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“HOUSE OF SUPERIORITY” WEST COLFAX AND GROVE STS. GRAND OPENING Sat. Night, April 17 I A BIG DOUBLE BILL I NORMA TALMADGE “FATTY” ARBUCKLE I in in I “The Isie of Conquest” “The hayseed” II KINOGRAMS Shows Start at 6:30-8:30-9:45 PARAMOUNT REVIEW PRICES } MoMeI To cent! | WAR TAX ‘NCLUDED Special *° Local News Messrs. Louis Stern, I>. K. Harlem ; j'lirt Milton M. Scl layer loft Wcilni**- I ilny morning for u few days tour of . tin* state in tin* intorost of tin* :ti*con i ( struction Drive of tin* .1. 11. S. \ itmferenif nt tin* Vail Hotel ha.* ls*en | ? iirranged for Wt*dncsilay evening al | Pueblo. Mr. X. S. (loldsmith has retimed j 1 from an Eastern trip. I)r. Saline Simon leaves Tuesday fori « St. Louis to attend the National Tuber-! , miosis Association meeting. after I which be will go to New Orleans!* whore the Ameriean Meilieal A-socia tion will eonvene. Mr. ffm. TimlK*l is at St. Anthony's hospital where he underwent an oper ation Monday. Mr. Dell bin man of Si. Louis will reach Denver Sunday for a short visit with his mother. Mrs. F. Litturnn. Dr. Kolicrt Levy is at St. Joseph Hospital. lie is making a n’ee re covery from an operation he under went. hist week. Mr. Arthur Olierfelder is in New York on a business trip. Mr. Ted Epstein, president of the Alumni Association, has pledged his organization to give active supjKirt to the coming bazaar for the Old Folks Home. Simon P.itterman has returned from an eastern trip of several weeks ex tent. Ben Claff left last Friday to at- 1 lend the Social Service Federation I meeting in New Orleans. J. Lenten has returned from a trip to St. Louis. Mr. Adolph Berger leaves Monday 1 for St. Louis for n short trip. David Teplitz left for New York City ; Monday for a visit of about two j months with relatives. Conditions at the J. C. It. S. art* j rapidly lieeoming normal, due to the (■fflclent management of the superin- \ tondent. Dr. Marshak. By next week it is expected that new patient* imv be admitted. Those patients whose clothes ’ j wen* destroyed by fire have already , i been supplied with new ones. 1 1 M. D. Harnett is in ("as\n for a low days. Nows lias Imm*u nsvi ved of Iho death of Kdward Saolis who was woll known in this oily. Ho came to this oily for many yoars as a traveling salesman, ami of lato yoars s|M»nt tin* sommors horo on aooonnt of his honltli. William It. Mumcnthnl was selected as a judge in tlio Colorado High School I Debating Lou kiio contest hetwoen tin* Idaho Springs and Longmont high schools. Tlio delta to will take place April 17 at Idaho Spring* the question lieing the advisability of introducing compulsory military training in the t nlt (Ml States. Dr. Leon Itlock is in receipt of .1 letter from his brother. Dr. Harry Mock, of this city, now in California, in which he descriltos his introduction to tin* Prince of Wales. Tin* Doctor was one of the fortunate ones who re ceived an invitation to m«*et the heir to tin* Knglish throne on hoard tin* battlecruiser Renown. Liter in tin* , evening a hrillnnt ball was given to tin* Prince at Hotel del Coronado. at Cor undo Reach and the Doctor was pres ent with a galaxy of prominent person- 1 ages from the entire state*. Tin* hall was a most elaborate affair and flags : of I'. S. and Croat Rritain were every where mingled. Dr. Harry found the Prince a most amiable and likeable sort 1 of a chap. s|H*aking only words of good will towards the people of th*s country. * ’ Word has reached Denver of the death of Louis Marx, of Jackson. Tonn. His death was occasioned by ; heart trouble. Mr. Marx spent many summers in tin* city and had formed I a large circle of friends here. THE TRIENNIAL BALL GIVEN BY COUNCIL ALLIANCE AND JUNIOR COUNCIL AT PROGRESS CLUB ON WED. APRIL 28. 1920 ANNUAL MEETING. The niiniml meeting of the members 11ml contributors to Temple Kmnmtel will occur Sumliiy evening, April 18. nt K o'cloek. AN APPRECIATION. The I ten ver Jewish News, Mr. Xeuhaus. publisher, Denver, Colo. My dear Mr. Ncnlmus:—Permit me Jo express to you in "behalf of the .Joint Dlstrilmtlon Committee. The Cen tral Jewish Council ami the West Den ver Relief committee, our heartiest ad miration and deep appreciation for 1 your kindness in giving us so much valuable space in your worthy paper for this great humanitarian work— Jewish War Relief. l>enver sure ought to Ik? proud :>f having such a worthy paper which reaches almost every Jewish home, and we are sure proud of our Denver Jew ish News. I state without hesitancy that it is the pupcr with a heart, especially since It came under your management. 1 Again thanking you I am. isdleve me Very sincerely yours. The Joint Distribution Committee. Ry I*lll Mi* J. KAUOOLAND. Local Director. THE JEWISH SHELTERING HOME AUXILIARY. i A regular meeting of the Jewish Sheltering Home Auxiliary was lieltl at the Home. 10th and Julian St.. Hun day, April 11, JIO2O. After the meet ing the members partook of a light luncheon and enjoyed ,n number of piano and vocal solos rendered by the members. We are desirous again of bringing ] l»efore the eyes of the public the date of May 17. 1020 which, falls on a Mon day. This date should be set aside by all. It is the date of the theatre party at the Denham given by the Auxiliary Tor the benefit of the Shel tering Home. Now let us all get together and pull for the Sheltering Home Auxiliary Theatre Party. May 17. 1020 and make it one grand success. Tickets can 1k» secured from any of the members. HKItMAN OIJ>F.. Publicity Agent. SCHIFF AND MARSHALL TO GET DEGREE Jacob H. Kcliiff and Lon Is Marx hall of Now York, will roeoivo tho degree of Doctor of Hebrew Laws from the Hebrew I'nion College at its graduat ing exercises in June. Mr. Soilin' and Mr. Marslaill will be the first men to | receive tliis degree. THE DENVER JEWISH NEWS FURTHER DONATIONS TO THE MOSHEV ZKENIM HOME OF $25 AND OVER. Karl C. Schuyler. Ist. National Hank Bldg.. s.'>oo; tin* Daniels & Fislicr Stores Co.. $100: the Denver Dry Goods Company. $100: the Guno Downs com pany. sltH>; the O; P. Ha nr Confection* cry Co.. s.">o: the A. T. Ixnvls & Son Dry Goods Co.. S3O; K. 11. Radetsky. S3O; hv will of Pincus Radetsky. de cease!. S3O: the .loslin Dry G<nmls com pany. S3O; Jos. I. Schwartz, S3O; Isaac Levy Memorial Fund society. S3O; M. Berkowltz, 2300 Wei ton, $23: Mrs. Annie Sepiro. 1003 So. T'niv. Ave., $23; tin* John Thompson Grocery Co.. $23: Bart chics S«*ed Co.. $23; Beatrice Creamery Co.. $23; Samuel lilelman. $23; Jesse Sehtvuyder. 1333 Platte St. $23; If. E. Ellison. Mur. Princess ami Rialto. $23; Henry Sohle. $23; Mrs. Spaul. $23; Max Rosenthal. $23; Mrs. 15. Witlom. $23: C. S. A. Girls. $23: Samuel Cohen. 323 Exchange Bldg., $23; Joe PeppQr. $23. ARE GLAD TO RECEIVE THE JEWISH NEWS. Venidk Calif.. April 7. 1020. The Denver .fewlull News. Denver. Colo. I enclose you herewith check for $2.00 in pa.vuienti of a year’s sub scription for The News. Kimllv acknowledge receipt - . We are eagerly awaiting the weekly arrival of The News and find it very newsy and in teresting. I extend our best wishes for its continued success. Yours truly. M. GKRSTLK, 427 Ocean Front. THREE DAUGHTERS MARRIED AT TRIPLE WEDDING. The three daughters of Mr. utul Mr*. Marcus David, were married Tuesday evening. March 0, in the ballroom of Hotel Seneca. Rochester. With the triple wedding ceremony Miss Klsu David was married to Mr. Howard Leonard Rothschild of New York city: Miss Viola David been me the wife ol' Mr. .lack It. Weiner of Rochester, and Miss Marjorie David was murried to Mr. Kdgar .1. Arnstine of Cleveland. Dr. Max I.undsherg. by whom the bridi*s* parents were married. jjerform ed the ceremony, assisted by Rabbi Horace .1. Wolf. Mr. David gaYe bis daughters in marriage. Obituaries Ihi v ill Plessner. David I'lciwnrr, for more than thirty j years one of tin* well known attorney* i of tills city, died at a sanitarium in Macon. Mo., Monday morning, of pneu monia. My. riwwnor luid lieon ill fori the past year. Mr. I’lessner was ltorn in St. Louis. Mo.. Aug. r»th 1800. He was graduated at the Missouri Normal school, and graduated from Yale University, with the degree of A. B. in 1888. He re eelved the degree of L. L. B. at the St. lauds Law School in 1887. and be gan the practice of law in that city In 1880 he removed to (’olorado. lo cating first in Trinidad, and after a few months came to Denver. He prac ticed his profession successfully in this city up to the time of his illness a year ago. In the eurly days of his residence in this city. Mr. IMessncr took an active part in the Jewish communal and re ligious life of the city. For ten year* he was a teacher of the Temple.. Ema nuel Religious school, and took an ac tive part in all educational and in tellectual activities. • He was in great demand ns an after-dinner speaker, and had few equuls ns a toastmaster. He stood high in his profession, and was a man of the strictest honor and integrity, and highly respected. Samuel Lesem News has reached here of the death ol Samuel Leseiu. a former well known and prominent Denverite. Mr. Leseiu died in Detroit. Mich., his late home last Friday, and was hurled In New York City on Monday. During his residence here Mr. Lesem was general manager of the Travelers Insurant* Co. Relatives in this city are Ids nieces. Miss Laura Wisebart and Mrs. Harry Wohlgemuth. FOOD STUFFS FOR JEWISH WAR SUFFERERS NOW AVAILABLE IN DENVER. Some time ago it was announced l».v the Joint Distribution committee that food might lie purchased in this coun try for Jewish War Sufferers abroad by paying the money here and have the food distributed from warehouses in countries adjacent to which the sufferers lived. The arrangements were made at that time, hut it was only this week that the final arrange i Meet Me Brody’s : yj] tWm[7) * will introduce you to 1 I J the i uiciest corn beef TRY A TASTE j You Will Ask For More i| WHOLESALE RETAIL : ; Timely Spring Delicatessen .; Our Spring Stock of Seasonable Kosher Delicatessen Is 1 •; Now Most Complete j ;: ,f you have lost your Buy Brody's Delicatessen \ I appetite vou will find it and gain in health I ! a * BRODY’S and wealth ' ;! Brody’s Kosher Delicatessen i 16. VJ Ijtrimer Street ~h one Mail , 5|199 ! Some Good Investments A Ill'll! red pressed brick double terrace. 4 rooms each shlc. for s2,rioo; yields I a Rood rental, anil I* well located. Double terrace, :t rooms each able, 2 lots. South Side, for $2.fKO; modern. 1 | A nice looking red pressed brick double terrace, 4 rooms each side and is l I brlußiiiß a Rood rental, for S:i.7(KI 1 I All modern red pressed brick double terrace. 4 rooms each side broad lot J and only $4,200. ; | m *JSM estate /s the basis or all wealth 504 Colorado llldg. STATEN 5Z BURCHFIELD t,i. o, ampa ll4o | — 'at- realtor " p " ; i ments wero concluded for such pur- \ I j elmsos in Hits city. The Joint Distribution committee sent their local representative, Mr. Philip Kagooland, the necessary pap ers. 1 The coupons for the purchase ary made in three languages, l-'nglish. Yid dish and Polish. For tne sum of R12..T0 the following articles contained in a case can 1h» procured. A sample case can he seen at rill I’entral Sav ings Hand Huilding. It contains IMP. Ibs. wheat flour in cotton sack: 10 lbs I i rye flour In cotton yack, G Ills rice flour 111 cotton snck, G lbs dried beans ■ In cotton wick, 1 G-lb tincoca, 4 j qt, . I ins pure vegetable oils, JO 14 oz tins ■ i sweet condensed milk. Minute instruc lions are given for sending the supplies. ■ *1 lie first $12.G0 coupon purchased was scut to Mrs. Szalndle Moszer, Ullca Wnrslmwski dom. No. 32, Misto, Oroltsl I neiua. Warshaw. Polona, by I>. Post ' ernack, ir.U!> Julian St., Denver, Colo. • People are to be taken In very .small II doses.—Kltierson. '