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Tony Sarconi H. E. Wolff
Sarconi Billiard Co.
Commisions placed on Elections,
Base Ball and all Sporting
Events
1642-1644 Welton Street
Phone Main 3321—Denver
BROCK-HAFFNER PRESS CO.
Photo-Engraving, Printing. Binding
Specialists in Color Work
1400 ARAPAHOE STHEET
Phone, Main 6210
Frank Kirchhof Lumber Co.
Building Material Supply House
Wants your Order and Inquiries
7th and Lawrence-—Main 4697
The Capital City Shoe
Repairing Co.
Repairing done while you wait—Work
called for and delivered
Phone Main 7377 1511 Champa St
CANTON RESTAURANT
1535 H CURTIS STB. —Champa *B4
Denver’s Finest and most
Elegant Chinese Cafe
Chop Suey, Mandarin Style—Special at
tention to Parties.
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Walnut —Phones, Main 305 and 30G.
South Side Brunch :94 So. Broadway— |
Phone, South 3110.
THE ANDERSON - HARRING
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Ifighgrade Coal, Wood, Hay find Grain
Hecla, Rex. Gorham. Canon City. Mait
land, and Itoutt County Coal.
Norton’s Auto Livery
New Cadlllas and Cole Limousines and
Touring Cars—Competent Drivers
Champa 28 and 29. 526, 17th. St-
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The
New Method
CLEANERS and DYERS
2009-11 Champa Street
The Windsor Farm Dairy Co
“Honest Milk from Clean Cows’’
Main 5136-5137
1855 Blake Street, Deuver, Colorado.
The Cliff Van Ness Teaming Co.
Teaming Work of All Kinds
MOVERS
Phone. Main 175 834 1 »th Street
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THE MERCHANTS BISCUIT
COMPANY
THE EGGERT ICE CO.
Price —Service —Satisfaction
ARTESIAN AND NATURAL ICE
Main 8095. Third and Walnut Streets
Hungarian Flour Mills
Hungarian Highest Patent Flour
The Pioneer Feed and Flour House
of the West
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Professional Men
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writes about them
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432 Empire Bldg.
Phone Main 7153.
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PAPER BAGS]
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Faultless Sales Co.
1316 18th Street
Denver, Colorado.
Closed Saturday all day.
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M. M. GOTTLIEB
INSIRAXCCE AGENCY
Phone Champa 3346
I All Kinds of Insurance—Representing Old
Lines Companies Only
72(1 Colorado lUdg.
Df.NVEK, CO LORA DO.
Manhattan Barber Shop
N. Kohn, Prop.
Shave 15c Four Barbers
In Attendance
Haircut 35c Your Next
1326 Sixteenth St.
Don’t Bewail the
High Cost of
Living—There is
a Remedy—
Trade at
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Cor. 15th and Larimer Sts. |
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Tin* executives of the estate of the
li'to Sir Moses EzekiOl. together with
the family of the deeehsed sculptor,
ere making arrangements for the re
moval of his remains from Rome. Italy,
to this country for interment in the
Arlington National Cemetery, in ac
cordance with his wishes. Sir Moses
Ezekiel made the great bronze monu
ment. his most important work, for
the Arlington Cemetery, ,to the mem
ory of the Confederate dead who are
buried there, and. being a Confederate
veteran, he desired to lie laid to rest
with his comrades.
Citizens Protest Judge Herteys
Attitude
(Contoftticd frotn Page One. )
good reason to shake hands with the
judge, but we are seriously in doubt
as to the reason that prompted the
judge to extend his felicitations. A
considerate regard Tor the feelings of
i lie widow, stricken in grief, and of
the‘children who were oiphuncd by an
assassin’s bullet, it appears to us,
would have cautioned the judge against
such conduct. If he had given a pass
ing thought to the poor widow and
orphaned children, it see ins to us, nob
ler sentiments would have prompted
him before joining in the Vindication
of the accused.
"It is extraordinary find lUiusrtal for
citizens to criticise judicial conduct,
and all law abiding citizens will tin- j
hesitatingly agrpe tlia't only in rare ;
r.nd exceptional chsos should ally pOr- 1
tiou of the body of citizenship under- ,
take such h task. Nevertheless, it Is ,
within the clear prerogative of citizens
to criticize official conduct, whether
in high or low places, or whether in
judicial or other branches of the gov
ernment. when public welfare seems
to be at stake. No one is safe In his
home from murderous assault when it
is known that there is a judge who
bus declared that the charge of inttr
der was too seriohs a charge to be
brought against one who kills another.
"In the interest of society, and for
the protection of the lives of our
citizens in the future, the undersigned
feel impelled, in the cause of com
mon humanity, fair play and Justice,
to present this protest.
"Lost injustice be done to .the other
distinguished jurists who honor the
district bench, we feel it necessary to
name Hon. Henry .1. Horsey, tile judge
who presided ut the trial 'and wlio ap
parently could not understand that
there was anything serious about one
nmnt killing another and making a
widow and five orphan children there
by.
l>r. Win. S. Fried mah. Rev. H. Ti.
McMenaniin. I’liilip iTornhcin. M. C.
Harrington. B. Flesher, E, Friedman.
Benjamin C’laff. Dr. C. fe. TI. Kauvav.
Paul Slavsk.v. Sitnie Atlivaick. 8. C.
Hone. Max Duliiu, Rev. Wm. O’Ryan.
J. H. Harrison. .Tolin daffy. William
H. Crisp, M. I). Barnett, Charles Gins-
I*erg. O. M. Sliere. Kd. Anderson. W. j
E. S(*conl. It. d. Moser. < Mrs. It, i§.
David. William Sncamcn. John L. Fall
back. Chdslli Waldtnan. J. H. Walk
•■rrTTnnk J. Mniinlx. Aimer Wagronn.
S. W. Bcenhard. A. B. ‘Hirschfeid. Wil-.
iiam Tiinlile, Frederick ’Francis. A.
CARSON’S
ANNUAL JUNE .
Dinnerware
Sale
We have been very fortunate in getting five cars of
Dinnerware in the past two weeks and we wish to advise
our many customers who have been patiently waiting f6r
such an opportunity that we are now in a position to sup
ply their Wants at attractive prices.
As our storage space is limited we are anxious to dis
pose of these before the next shipment arrives.
DURING THIS SALE WE ARE DIFFERING:
500 complete Dinner Sets, Limoges Chink Dinner Sets,
American semi-porcelain, in floral decoration; excep
-10 different decorations; set tional value at, set of 100
of 100 pieces $30.00 p,eces for * 7SM
Bavarian China Dinner
250 small sets, setting for 6 Sets, very hkndsOme new
persons in many up-to-date iesign, 97 pieces; special,
decorations at, Set ..$12.00 iet $90.00
. , . ... All of our large assortment
100 42-piece sets in white of op(m stock B patterns at a
and gold, very suitable for discount of from 10 per cent
summer cottage, $lO.OO to 25 per cent.
Nippon China Dinner Sets, We have a , ! ar * e stock of
-it , Haviland China open stock
37 pieces, dainty rosebud , atterns that wi „ be placed
border decoration; special, sa j e a t a discount of
set $60.00 'rom 10 to 20 per cent.
EXTRA SPECIAL
We have just received a shipment of Oriental Chair
Mats, very suitable for porch chairs and swings or for
use on the lawn; choice of several decorations; each ,50c
COMffiNY
Street Dcn(/cr
THE DENVER JEWBH NEWS
Millet, Morris ’Glavius, Chaises Fold
man, b. n. Rosenberg, Philip S. Mar
ti noff, b. M. WulkenbUrg. Leo R. Cotin.
Matthew t'u\. XatUtiu Halt>em, Wtn.
M. Goldberg. M. Mose*. T. E. Gold
steiu, Norton Nelson. .1. H. I\ West
brook, M. D.; s. Wargon. S. Ehre, J.
Waitof, A. Morantz, Si. Linstock, Mor
tis Ginsberg. Frank P. Shapiro. Sam
nel Gurse, Frank B. Madison. A.
* beiilielnier, 1- M. STie'rmaU, H. O.
Rerentmum, Gttstfcv Dunn, Samuel
Francis, 3. A. Miller. Benjamin Greene.
| A. M. Cohen. It. H. Block, S. Frieden
tlial, *B. C. Levitan. Lawrence Miller.
; Max GVeenfield. D. Cohn, .lames? J.
I Kelly, Bamuel Priest, Albert Klein.
Louis G. Keluon. Sam Isaacson. Louie
A dolman, Leopold Weil. Mortis CMiti,
I Ren Solomon. WllHata Landes.
REFORMATORY WORK OF RABBI
RAUCH.
In Rabbi Joseph Rauch, of Louis
ville, Ky., n District Supervisor Ot'
Synagog and School Ek'tonrf(6li, the
Jewish Ttoys at the Indiana feef6fctah
tory, Jeffersonville, Tnd., a friend
who is interested Tn Vh'elr person ill
welfare. Rabbi Rauch visits the ill
st i tut ion twice a month when he con
ducts a religious service and holds' in
dividual conferences with each of the
boys. They are provided with ■proper
medical intention, but in some in
stances 'specialists from TJonlsvlllc a‘(
tend the more serious cases of sick
ness. One of the Jewish t*oys at tin-
Reformatory was recently afflicted
wftli ah ‘eye disease which the insti
tution was unable to treat satisfactor
ily llocalise of inadequate facilities,
lthlhi Ranch oh tallied a temporary
parole for the hoy frdm •Governor Goofl
rich. Of Indiana, and vonchod for his
ret am at such a time when the
disease should be enfed. The yonth
was returned to the Institution sev
eral mouths later, fully recovered.
A teacher to Rive religious instruc
tion Once a week to the Jewish chil
dren At the local industrial school has
I»ctm appointed.
TRUE TO THEMSELVES.
Xo nation can enjoy n healthy, vig
orous, national existence that does not
draw a large paVt of Its inspiration
ntwl its wisdom from flu* fountains of
it own past: tliat does not pro<*ocd
in its development along lines of na
tive genius and tttiiltrion —without
breach of continuity, remain fug ever
t rrte to itself amidst the constant Wud
P«»nUtdlhlti*' of fiifie «n<l conditions.
—Prof. Eugene O’Cmry.
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