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Not Walking The telephone is always your friend. It is the marvel of the age, yet in normal times ; you accept it as a mere incidental instrument in the appointments of your business and your home. Today, however, you are appreciating the incalculable value of the telephone. The city’s transportation system is at a standstill. The telephone is saving Denver a million ; steps today. ! In this time of great business stress, business NEEDS the telephone and is using it j; more than ever before. May We suggest that in the interest of business, social calls should be eliminated as far as possible? That will help you and it will help your neighbor. ;! The Denver switchboards are today carrying the biggest load in their history. We ;! are transporting our operators to and from the exchanges on schedule time and are I doing everything in our power to give telephone service to meet the emergency needs. ! LETS WORK TOGETHER The Mountai n States T elephone and Telegraph Company I The Downing Fuel, Feed | | and Transfer Co. | $3 announces a change of their location into larger and better I© Is quarters, but the same good service and exellent treatment. JfcJc | New Location | I 3258-60 Downing Street | SSI We handle oil kinds ot J) I COAL S!jj Order now as prices are going up, also Hay, Grain, Wood and Flour |© 1 PHONE YOUR ORDER 1 8 York 8818 P. BLOOM, Mgr. | H Also Express and Moving >o^‘00oaoooooooooooo.oo^o^o^o;<»2^^x?r8»3C8^»»»»3ca«2c«K8D SUITS CLEANED $l.OOl Call and deliver any part of city l West Vernon Cleaning and Pressing Works 1207 E. COLFAX \ Kindi* mention Denver Jewish News \ork 2782 g o ! See I Joseph Zigmond 504 Qamcy Bldg. 17! h mill Curt to. .'l2 years doing business in Denver; know real estates value, I’roiid of my record. 15 to 18 per cent investments if you wisl? to buy, soli or rent. It wil pay you to see a live wire. £ Joseph Zigmond. tHE DENVER JEWISH NEWS BALABAN BROS. j Successors. -to Rosenthal & Balaban I Printers and Publishers Estimates (heorfully Furnished 1627 Lawrence Street Rooms 10-11 Johnson Bldg. Phone Main 7225 — ■ . ■ Home Cooking Fine Pastries 3 Silver’s Restaurant I (Kosher) I 1731 Curtis Street I Opp. Isis Theatre ■ TEL. CHAMPA 3710 jH Try our home-made noodle soup PI TTING IN A WOKI) FOB t'S, IF WE HAVE IIKI.I’KI) VOl. IS RECIPROCITY. WE INSIRF AI'TOMOBILKS. Sckcui ix Every kind of ffleliab/e Snsurance IMiones: Main 3922 —Champa 5343 Suite 335 Kmpire Building Paris—Jacob T<»rb the famous Rabbi of Jablon. ami i grandson of the 11- lustrous rabbis <*t Xeistadt and Ku.di uilr is reported to have died. Social News Mrs. Melvin SclilcHslnger entertain ed the visitors ami their hostesses Mon day. Airs. B. Goldlierg and son, Harry of Tulsa, Oklahoma, are the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. Snyder. Mrs. Alh*l Goldhammer and ehlldreu left Sunday evening for Cleveland. <>.. where she will join her husband. She lakes this means of bidding friends and relatives good-bye. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Hellersteln will r<*celve, in honor of the Buruiitzva of their son, Jerome, Sunday, August S, from 2 to 3 at their home at WOS Cook, street. i Mrs. Win. Berger is spending a week l at the Mt. Morrison hotel. Her daugh ter, Mrs. All* La vine, spent a few ! days with her. i Mrs#* Michael Phillips and family, of Lendvillc, have moved to Denver and i are now located at 2327 Vine street. Miriam Harris and Frances Cohn will be the hostesses at a picnic lunch eon at Washington Park Friday. Mrs. David I). Abrainowitz. left with | a party of friends for a trip on the St. Lawrenee river and will then go on , to New York. ; Mr. and Mrs. I. Schoenthal are • guests at Fall River Lodge, Estes Park I for a week. | Mr. and Mrs. Felix Van Klees of • j Chicago spent a few days in the city || last week cnrotite to their home. Tin* II Van Klees are returning from a tour > of the Orient, which Included Aus- I trnlin. Java, Sama. Japan and China. ► ] v _______ | Miss Eva Schoentliul left for Trini • dud for a week’s visit. I ; Mr. and Mrs. B. Sliuhart and children )j returned last Thursday from their cx | tended motor trip to the eastern <oast. » They are the guests at present of I Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Ottcnheinicr. | Mrs. Ts<l ward Monash Is spending a ' short time at Glenwood Springs wtili I her sister. Mrs. J. Trlebcr, of Little |i ltock, Ark. J Mrs. Richard Loewy entertained ► some friends Monday afternoon. I Miss Euiina Felner Is in ltaton. New ► Mexico, where she will visit her sis ► ter, Mrs. B. Rubin. She takes this | m eft ns of bidding her friends good-bye ’ Mrs. D. E. Harlem extended tlic » hospitality of her home to friends | Tuesday. ’ Mrs. Rose Shaw who lias been the ► guest of Mrs. Adolpli Ottenhcimer left I for the east Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cohen ac companied by their children. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cohen and the Alesdatues IMioebe Sommers and Amelia McMur rnn spent a few days at Lake George. Mrs. Haskell M. Cohen presided at luncheon and card party at Flying Horse Inn, on Mt. Lookout, last Thurs day. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Simons and chil dren arc susticuting at Brook Forest. Mrs. Pansy M. Cohen entertained twenty-four ladies at her home, Thurs day afternoon, iu honor of her cousins. Mrs. Meyer Cohn and Mrs. Dave Cohn, of Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bell and son Gerald, are spending the week at Estes Park. Mr. ami Mrs. Jos. Lioliernian an- I uouncc the engagement of their daugh ter, Jennie, to Dr. H. E. Dveirin. Mrs. Louis Herzog and son. Robert, are spending the summer at Atlantic ;j City. Mr. and Airs. Jjeopold Rosonblum. [ and son. Edward, of Los Angeles are visiting their brother and uncle, Rev. I L\ Fried. Complimentary to Aliss Fannie Hoff man. of Kansas City, a dinner, which was followed by a dancing party, was given by the Misses Lillian and Rose | Goldman. Those who enjoyed the ove ; ning were: Alisses Fannie Hoffinun, Rost* Goldman, Anna Sonny. Lillian | Goldman. Ida Cohen, little Sosny, ' Sarah Goldman. Airs. Louis Cohen. ' .Messrs. Nathan Rahson. Max Cohen. I Louis Lebetsky, Harry Levinson, Louis Lenefsky. Sain Balubau. Louis Scoss. Louis Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. A. Rachofsky. daugh ters, Anna and Lilly, and Air. Max Meyer and daughter. Carolyn, have moved to 162 d Steele street. Miss Ruby A Villens is visiting the i Wundel family at Pine, Colo. | Aliss Helen Schayer. of Chicago, is the house guest, of Air. nml Airs. I. j \V. Wikler. I Air. and Airs. Morris White return cd from New York last week, after » very pleasant visit, with relatives and j friends. Air. and Airs. Nut Weinberg have re j turned from an eastern trip. Mr. ami Mrs. Jacob Olcovich and family have moved to their new home, 1204 Downing street. Mr. anil Mrs. ft. C. Rosenbaum have returned to their home in Sterling after u delightful visit here. Mrs. Lichtenstein, a resident of New York State, is here on un extended visit to her sons. Saul and Walter G. Lichtenstein. Teddy Levitan, young son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Levitan, entertained his young friends at a birthday picnic party at City Park Monday. The Friday club will meet with Mrs. Celeste Diamond this week. Mrs. M. 8. Radetsky and children, and her house guest, Miss Esther Blltzstein left Tuesday for a week’s visit at Colorado Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brooks, of Memphis, passed thru Denver this week, en route from Yellowstone Purk to their home. Carolyn Meyer Is spending a week at Estes Park and Loveland. Mrs. Aaron Kaufman and daughter, Shirley, has returned from Chicago, after a three months’ visit with her folks. The Mesdames George Meyer and Lewellyn Beer have returned from California, where they visited with relatives. The nindy friends of Mrs. A. Ra chofsky will regret to hear that she lias been confined to her lied by un attack of bronchitis for the past week. Mrs. H. Fortner was hostess, Tues day afternoon at a luncheon in honor of Mrs. Ilcrinun Greensteiu of Kansas City, formerly Miss Irene Stein of this city. The color scheme was carried out in pink and green. Covers were laid for the following: Mesdames. H Fortner, H. Greenstein, S. Curse. M. Perotin. 8. R. Perotiu. 8. Roth, A. Sehreiber, D. Schwartz, W. Stein. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rugdblantl an nounce the birth of a tmby girl at Mercy Hospital, August -4. Mother and baby doing well. Dr. and Mrs. Wm. A. Epstein an nounce the birth of a daughter, Friday, July 80, at Mercy Hospital. Mrs. Philip Hilkowitz will preside at a luncheon Thursday. Mr. and Mrt». Arnold Weinberger announce the arrival of a baby boy Sunday at St. Joseph Hospital. Mrs. Jack Wamlel and daughter. Muezlcil, are ut Pine, Colo., for a three weeks’ stay. The Mesdames Wm. O’Gara and Ar thur Oberfelder entertained the visi tors uud hostesses at u luncheon and theater party Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. S. Well nod daughters of Bt. Louis, who have been tlie guests of Mr. aud Mrs. I. Burnett are at Munitou, Colo., for u few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. E. Hoffman announce the engagement of their daughter. Jennie, Jo Barney Bell. Mrs. Samuel Cohen was the hostess last Thursday of a charming grand mother’s party. Sunday, August Ist, the ranch of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Karsh, was the scene of a most delightful birthday party given in honor of Isador Walrt iTmn’s twelfth birthday. Those who participated enjoying the day were: Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fishman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Wftldman and son. Isador, Mr. and Mrs. Bam Kay and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fishman and son, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Karsh and daughter, Mr. Wolf Karsh. Mr. and Mrs. S. Feldesman. and family. Miss Clarice Gelbstine, Miss Sarah Lucas aud Mr. ami Mrs. Karsh. Atrs. L. Watidel left for Pine. Colo., where site will pay a two weeks’ visit to her children. Mrs. H. C. Rich nut ii and children have returned from Glenwood Springs, where they spent the month of July. Mr. .T. L. Rusenbloon of Jackson. Tenti.. is visiting Mr. Rokenbloom mid family of 15Tifl Cook street. MARSHALL COAL CO, BEST DOMESTIC COAL. CHAMPA 488-487. COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN JOTING9. The Council of Jewish Women i* making preparations for a Rain year. Much added interest amt enthusiasm in the council has been awakened among the women of the city due to tln> Triennial meeting of the International body in Denver during tne first week of November. A special committee, the Triennial Board, is busy making plans and arranging for the many meet ings. social functions and entertain ment of the out-of-town guests. The first meeting of the Itenrer see tion will oecnr October -0. A piny. “Council's Every Girl" will l*e given by an excellent cast of council mem bers at that meeting. Only members whose current years dues have boon raid, will be admitted. Weddings Goldberg-Bloom. Miss Anna Goldberg, daughter of .1. Goldberg, was married to Jack IJlooui lust Sunday at the Adams hotel. Dr. C. E. H. Kanvar read the services. A dinner for the Immediate family fol lowed the ceremony, after which a re ception for the many friends of the young people was held. The out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Rosenbaum. Mr. and Mrs. ,T. L. Goldberg, and M. Goldberg of Sterling. Colo., Mrs. B. Goldberg and son, Harry, of Tulsa. Okla. The young couple left for u honeymoon trip thru the state. They will be at home after the first of the mouth. Robert z-Unter A very pretty wedding was solem nized Sunday, August Ist, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Roberta, when their daughter, Mollie, became the bride of William Tlnter. Rabbi Samuels per formed the ceremony in the presence of the large uumlier of relatives and friends of the bride and groom. Re ception was held following the cere mony. The bride wore a lovely lace and taffeta gown, with a bridal veil and a beautiful isiuguet of ros«>s and orchids. Tlie out-of-town guests were the Misses Stella Block and Sarah Spiegel of Philadelphia and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Solingee. entertained tin* wedding par- Houtheru Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. Solingee. entertained the wedding par ty by demonstration to what an extent an Indian can be educated, Tlie young couple will be at home to their friends at ulierry street. ZINIK-ROBINSON. Miss Lena Zinik, daughter of Mr. nml Mrs. A. Zinik. und Louis .7. Robin son, sou of F. Robinson, were married Sunday evening at the Adams Hotel. Rnbbi 8. Hulpern officiated. A re ception to their numerous friends and a <lance followed. After u short trip to Colorado Springs the young couple will make their home here. ('ohen-Rlsenstein. Miss Dora Cohen was united in mar riage to Joseph Eiseiistcln. son of Mor ris Eisenstein. Sunday morning at R. M. H. Synngog. It was a strictly pri vate wedding. Rev. E. Snmuels of ficiated. Fine-CoHwi. Marble Hall was tin* scene of a very pretty wedding Sunday afternoon when Fay. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fine. Itecame the wife of Morris Cohen, son of Mr. and Benjamin Cohen. Reverend E. Saiuu.-w officiated. Zerobnirk-Talpers. The marriage of Miss Bertha Zerob niek. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .1. /nrobnlck. and !)r. Herman Talpers. of Casper. W.vo., was a pretty nuptial event of Sunday. August 1. The wed ding. which took place at the home of the bride’s parents, was witnessed by iilsiut fifty guests. Rabbi C. E. 11. Kauvnr performed the ceremony. The bride was lovely in a dn.K blue trieo tine suit, set off by a corsage of bride’s roses, and a large picture lmt. After the ceremony a dinner was served to the guests. Dr. and Mrs. Talpers de parted for a short trip thru the east ern part of the state, and will return August 15tb to attend the wedding of Miss Celia Zerobnick. a sister of the I wide, and will leave August Kith for Casper, Wyo.. wficre they will reside. Arkin-Kortz. A very pretty family wedding was solemnized last "Wednesday. July -7. when Miss Fannie Arkln became the bride of Herman L. Kortz. It. took place in tin* home of her brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Martin, 2032 Welton street. Rev. Sam uel officiated. A feature of tin* wed ding dinner was the reading of a speech written h.v Arthur Arkin, of New York, a brother of tin* bride. It was read by Mrs. M. B. Rattier. The large number of congratulatory tele grams received were also read by Mr. Rattier. Mr. and Mrs. Kortz will spend a few weeks at Colorado Springs and Munitou. ENTHUSIASTIC ZIONISTS MEETING HELD. A very enthusiastic* meeting of the Zionist Organization was held nt the Hooker street Bynngog Saturday night and pledges amounting to $238 were re eeired for the Restoration Fund. The speakers of the evening were Tx*o R. ('olien. president of the Denver Zion ist District. I. Rude who spoke* in Yid dish. and Messrs. Tannenhaum and Xemells. The following were among the sums pledged: Mr. Mnrantz, sr*o: Mr. Shnett. Sod: William Torner. s2o: L. Xanuls. $25; A. Aaron. $2."»: A. Ruhin. S2O: S. Fnrher. $lO. D. H. I. GIRLS. The n. H .T. Girls hold tlioir ln*t meeting at flic home of Miss Term Frazcn. The girls spent n most en joyable time last Sunday on n hike to Lookout Mt. Several new members have been initiated, and the elnb now consists of fourteen girls.—A. L. The Social Workers Council will give a picnic at the Boy Scout club it Golden. Thursday evening.