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11 AUDITORIUM LAST CALL AUDITORIUM S I j DONT FORGET THE 1 M. Z. BAZAAR j; June 15th and 16th June 15th and 16th | j The Goods Co. GOING AWAY — On Your Vacation? t To the Mountains ? —lf you arc, you’ll need a new coat. v , j —And here’s the opportunity ) d»OC AA to get a beautiful coat at. . j <POO«\/V/ (Instead of Paying the Regular Price y $45.00) —lt’s an offering of fifty Coats, most of which are the short sport lengths—just the kind most in demand. —They are ideal coats to wear on«your vacation trip, or for traveling, or for motoring or to the mountains. —The styles are attractive. —The popular coat materials for this season! All silk-lined.- —An opportunity to save $lO.OO on just the coat you’ve been wanting. (Five of the styles illustrated.) The Price Now Is $35.00 —Second Floor, Joslin's— Angora Scarfs Joslin’s Are Introducing V 111 Colorado. when* out* always lit “Oils some sort of wrap oven- M !■ tm _. * J Ixijiv- -especially when motoring or vacationing in tin* mountains * 1 ft I 11/M a wide enveloping Angora Scurf is one of the most desirable LJlf I vt 2 T A U twl accessories to a wardrobe. At Joslin’s you will lind a very pleasing selection of Angora V T § • . Scarfs. eaeli having a shoestring belt to match. These are very ■ VfllrO wide—ami are u light-weight. IlulTy Angora—sl2.7s. J/ | f l Cl ft —Third floor, Josliu's— —Just a word to tell you how attractive these Eiffel Elmo Toilet Preparations Mam union suits are * —Ot dainty nainsook, batiste, voile and silk mull. I la - I’Jifio line include'- I i"siie < ream. < iicuniber t n*aiu. —j.. tjir»b q»* whitp barrpd strinprl eVippkecl or nlain Cleansing Cream. Face powder. Vanishing Cream. Ilollgc. Toilet 1 . OI " nice » oarien * Striped, cneCKeu Ol plain. . Water. Talcum Powder and ivrfunie. —Fashioned for perfect comfort, in bodice style with 171 r r- n slastic band at waist and shoulder straps of sijk ribbon. Llrno 1 issue Lream —Buttonless, easy-to-get-into, step-in style. the use <>: which keeps tin* kin smooth and soft, prevents tin* Cool, comtortable, sensible and easy laundered, forming of lines and eradicates those that already formed. —A real advance step in designing. Elmo Cucumber Cream —Not expensive. A cooling and healing lotion, an <■ .< client bleach and astringent sizes, just as adaptable to the stout flguie as for large pores. Because of its cooling and healing properties men to the more athletic. Cu *’ , « u, »’ r Cr ™“‘ r '"’ "ufter-shavii.R" —You really ought to see this Ejffel Maid union suits. „. , . —lt is quite an agreeable surprise to a great many i tAmo Cleansing Cream women. ' to in- nwii insi.'.Mi .ii simp mill ivnti-i- Ihhhusi* watur —An excellent wearing suit of voile, nainsook or pon’s'wuii'uio'rpmim.iil.r skiu ,loss batiste may be had in sizes 34 to 44 from $1.75 to $3.50. ... . —A more elaborate suit in a fine quality tub silk, flesh —1 lie Elmo line of toilet prepara- shade, in sizes 34 to 44, for $5.95. turns is sold exclusively at Joslin’s. -These new practical undergarments will be on display -may wf, iiavi; the I'l.KA.si'ih; of memonstratim; in the Knit Underwear Department. ro VIII' Till: MERITS of THESE SPLENDID TOIL FT I REPARATIONS? —Fourfli floor, Joslin’s— THE MOSHAV Z’KENIM BAZAAK FOR AGED AND SICK. IMffge 4 Event of the Season to Finish Building Now I'jncler Construction The largest event of Its kind of the season, the Moshav Z’Kcnim Bazaar, will occur within a few days at the Auditorium. The evenings of June 15 and Id have been reserved for this im portant event, by many of the organi zations of the city and the numlH»rh*ss friends of the Old Folk's Home and Hospital. The public hns been most generous in its donations of every description which are coming in from • almost every business house. The Bazaar is under the auspicesr of j the Ladies’ Aid to the Old Folk’s Home j and Uospital society of which Mrs. A. | It. Itadotsky is president and Mrs. M. j Kaufman Ist vice-president. They will have charge of 12 booths. I of every kind of merchandise, which gives an idea of how hard these ladies have been working to fill the booths with the* necessary things for sale. It. also, indicates the kind response of t'he public. 1 ’ Those in charge of the receipts will be Mrs. I*. Frumess. Mrs. M. 11. Block. Mrs. Honibein, J. Grecublatt and J». Frames. The chairman of the Bazaar is Mrs. A. 11. Itadotsky. A harder worker or a more enthusiastic leader could not ln*en found. Her time is continually given up to daily meetings and other ( Bazaar business. The arrangement committee consists of the following. Mesdames A. 11. Itadotsky, A. L. Cramer, 11. Mint/. , Miss Itosahelle Cramer. Messrs S. J. Frazin, I. riotkiu. Froimowitz and I>. j Karsh. This committee has avranged the different booths, taken care of decorations and attended to many oth ; or details. Mesdames J. Borkowitz and I’ansy Cohen are in charge of dol lar tickets to Ik? exchanged for mer chandise and their success is shown l»y the great number of tickets sold. Mrs. A. L. Cramer is in charge of the five and ten dollar tickets, which | wore sent out of town. These tickets j are donations from other cities and ■ this idea was original with Mrs. Cram i er. This is very successful as each mail brings checks as donations and the amount already received runs into 1 hundreds of dollars. Mesdames Sol Weiss and I). damage ire in charge of the “Kosher luncheon” ’to he belli on June loth from 11 to 2 o’clock. Delicious eatables will be served by delightful hostesses at a very reasonable charge. Mesdames I. Berman and L. !’. Gug genheim are in charge of the children's afternoon, June lOtli. Hundreds of happy children and joyous mothers will participate. Everything to delight a child’s heart is being planned for. The children of the Sheltering Home I are to receive a special invitation and a delightful time will be shown them. Miss itosulhcllc Cramer and Mrs. S. i - i AMPICO REPRODUCING PIANO I The piano that can ba played by hand, also a player piano, using any 88 note roll, and furnishes you practically all of the World’s great pianists, S’ through the medium ol'.their special cut rolls. Simply turn a lever, using S an AMPICO roll, press the button, and the AMPICO re-creates the Ar tists’ performance in every detail, so perfectly that we will defy any musician, to distinguish the reproduction g from the original. g TERMS IF DESIRED -yJjjlpF S TheMcKannon Piano Co. hStW o 'III.' ■t' <y (The House of Satisfaction) 9 m & 8 v | !!*>*"•*; 1616-18-20-22 California Street 1 . , . i8 f I£e ' ord « I £ Tuned l ylimlcr Records g 8 Repaired Denver, Colorado IMn.vrr Reeords g § Rethushed Aiupieo Rolls C- The AMPICO in the KNABE or MARSHALL & WENDELL , Pianos § O g o « $ » 1 J. Frazin arc in charge of organiza tions. This committee has worked very hard to bring all the organizations together thru meetings and better co operation has never, before been wit nessed in Denver. Seventeen organi zations halve been working hard for tin* last three months to assure the suc cess of their booths. Mrs. I. L. Goldstein and Mrs. Ker stein are in charge of tin* social con test. The contestants are: Miss Evelyn (’olui. Miss Hath Bril liant. Miss Dorothy Ucsenlauin. Mi-s Sadie Knight. This contest speaks for itself for flic busy young ladies have many points to their credit which mean so many dollars. MltS. A. 11. UADETSKY. President Ladies' Aid to iloslmv Z’Keniiu, Chairman of tlio'M. ifn/uar. Miriam Radetsky and Ester Weiss are in charge of balloons to be sold on the floor. L. U. Guggenheim Is to be in the box office. Mrs. M. Graus will have charge of checking. Mrs. Win. Cohen in charge of tin* collection committee. The floor committee is as follows; Ed Grimes. A. L. Cramer. M. Xieron l>erg, Sam Grimes. A. 11. Itadetsk.v. Sam Frohnowitz, M. Kaufman. I>r. Ed. Silvcrhurg. Chas. Gins burg and .1. J. Lioltennan. The captains for securing merchan dise lire: Mesdumes M. Goldberg 11. Mint/. 11. Huyutiu. 15. Shraiberg. 11. I>. Levy. Sol Weiss. Rose Klein. L. Wamlel. M. Kaufman. 11. S. Engle. .1. Zerobnick. R. Silverberg. X. Hyman. M. Snyder. Rue Brilliant. A. L. ('ram er. Sam Cohen, Fred Cohen. F. Wein* I>crg. Max MiLstein, S. Froimowitz. I. 1.. Goldstein. I. I. Block. Continual Imrd work by these ladies lias brought thousands of dollars of merchandise t" the Bazaar. The publicity commit tee is as fo’ lows: IXmver Post. Mrs. Bertha Mil ler: News-Times. Kvelyn Cohen: Ex press. Miss It. Cramer; Jewish News, S. J. Frazin. Luncheon committee, Mrs. Sol Weiss, chairman. Mosdames l). damage, E. Friedman. 1.. Froimovltz, Joe Crimes. Saiu Crimes. E. Kaufman. 11. Ila.vutin, I. I’erkowitz. M. Crails, J. Zerobnick. I. Berman, A. Berger. A. Weisbrod, Anna Pelton. Ph. Illlkowltz, A. L. Cramer. Joe Miller F. Weinberg. J. I. Seliwnrtz. It. Silverberg, Miss Itosa hello Cramer. Children’s afternoon. Mrs. I. Ber man. chairman, Mrs!. L. V. Guggen helm, vice-peshlent. Mesdanies Anna rclton, I). Clanmge, It. Isaacson. d«H Grimes, Gottstein. A. Cohen. Miss Miriam Itadetsk.v in charge »>I .Mother Goose, Characters and Ihioth* Sellers for dollar tickets in exdmnp of merchandise. Mi’s. J. Berkowitz. chairman; Mrs I'ansy Cohen, vice-chuirnmn. Miss Silhering. Miss Ida Cohen Mrs. Hose Klein. Mrs. Kd. Sllbcving Miss Sara Hertz. Miss Ida Grime- Miss Hose Goldman. Mrs. Win. Scliiti nor. Mrs. Alex Dunovitz. Mrs. 1! Aiintz. Miss Sadie Mesolson. Mrs. M Goldberg. Mrs. Sam Ginsberg. Mrs. Morris Xelrenberg. Mrs. Clms. Bomush, Miss Mellman. Miss Libby Karsh. Mrs N. Samelson.