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Wood, Metal and Electric Signs Oul-oC-Town Orders Solicited I‘ltone ( harnpa H2B 10'r discount to all who present this ad > POULTRY Dressed to Your Order ut Wholesale Prices • I’nreJniso your fowls alive*. \ve dross 1 Mu*m FItKE while you wail, or cull Chniiipn IRS-J. tell us wlin t y.ou j want, wo will deliver the following j du.v. Live or dressed. Satisfaction guaranteed. Quality Poultry & Egg Co. Wholesale and |lct:iil 1131 .Market Street THE EGGERT ICE CO. Price— Se rv ice— Sa tisfa e t ion ARTESIAN AND NATURAL ICE Main 8095. Third and VTilujt Streets \ Made Only In Denver by THE MERCHANTS BISCUIT COMPANY Jewish Organizations and Professional Men | Should know what the Jewish press writes about them The Jewish Press In All Languages Read and Clipped by Us We are the first and only Jewish Clipping Servica. For Clippings from the Jewish press on any topic write to— CLIPPING DEPARTMENT 5 Beckman St New York International Jewish Press Bureau, Ine. Telephone, Cordlamlt 5450. *n Hello Champa 2711 CHARLES COHEN Kosher Groceries and Delicatessen New Laid Eggs at Lowest Prices 1842 Larimer St. Our Motto: Quick Sales and Small Profit Michaelson’s Unloading Sale is taking the town by j storm. A $200,000 stock to be disposed of quickly ' and price cutting before Christmas i n s t ea d of | after, in ordei to do three times the usual business. Don’t stand upon the j coming but come at once. 'Kltelkfl2U9!&‘ CXJRNCR LARIMER- Oenvor Who Wouldn't hVel Bad if slit; spilled soup or anything else. over her prettiest frockV But there's! ] consolation for you. Send it to the Famous Cleaners & Dyers 773 Kalamath Street Hungarian Flour Mills Hungarian Highest Patent Flour The Pioneer Feed and Flour Douse of the West PATRONIZE OCR ADVERTISERS Mention the Jewish News when pur ! -hasing from our advertisers. j ■ = -== ALL IN THE GOOD ROOK. Bishop I loss said at a Nashville pie | nie: i "The religious knowledge of too> i many adults resembles. I am afraid, i j tin- religious knowledge of little Eve. " ’So you attend Sujuhiy-school j ! regularly?' the minister said to little j ! Eve. I ".'Oh, yes. sir.* “ ‘And you know your Bible?’ } ‘ ‘Oh. yes. sir.’ '■ ’Could you perhaps tell .me some j thing that is in it ?' [ *• ‘I could tell you everything that's! in it.’ " Indeed.' And the minister smiled. ‘l)o tell me, then.’ “ 'Sister's beau's photo is in it.’ said j little Eve promptly, ‘and urn's recipe lor vanishin' cream is in it. and a j lock of my hair cut off when I was ■ a baby is in it. and tin- ticket l'or pa's J watch is in it.' "—Los Angeles Times.! Rev. McMenamin Talks’ to Temple Sisterhood j (Continued from Page One.) until Religion shall have penetrated to the hot tout of society atul iutulc multitudes of men unselfish and true, so that those who are not influenced »ty her high motives will be shamed at least into an outward conformity with them, until that is done, we cannot look forward with any degree of hope to a world at iteace. If this la; true, and it is. wlmt prospects for peace have weV Look at our own nution. Fully 00't of our population claims no church affiliation. Auil go hack in memory a year or more, stand over timt peace table at Versailles, see those men chosen by their nutions to perform the greatest task, to solve the most difficult problems thut men were ever called upon to solve. Are they . not appulled by the awlul weight of their respousiblity? Do they not full u|h»u their knees, as did those leaders of .Judea years ago, um! vail upon the <;<m lof nations to lend wisdom to their deliberations? Did they do so? No. During those hmg weeks Uoil was never mentioned, except iu blasphemy. There was much talk of the rights of 1 men and nations, but the rights of Coil were never mentioned. Is it any wonder that the Treaty of I'eace and ihe League of Nations ure utter fail* , ures ? Lust for Ciold and Fame Responsible. .Millions died that the world might le made u better place to live iu, and thut smaller tuitions be given the right of self-determination, and what do we ; see? Europe still red with Civil War. Smaller nations like Ireland, bleeding to l>e free. Men uiad with the lust for : gold and promience. willing to let na tions war and brothers quurrel if il will help them to acquire prestige, publicity or wealth. As un example, witness that egotis tical fool who iu lUI4 chartered a ves sel auil went abroad to end the war iu Europe. Uf cuurse he failed, as fools must ever fail. And now that the wav is over, he must; needs spend his time and his cash in an effort, to create a fratricidal war at home, endeavor- , iug to array citizen ngaiust citizen, liy a villainous ami unchuritalde at tack upon a class. I refer to Henry Ford and his propaganda against the Jew. Do you not see that as long as we cun breed muu.v men like him thut jicace can never come? And what force but religion can save us from breeding such. I»ut* of what use is : religion, tlur her prihc.pWs ’ he' lofty., to the world, unless the body pull fir becomes informed with those prim, ciples. and that it • Ik? 'so in- i formed becomes the solemn duty, the suered and abiding obligation, of every one who loves Religion. In conclusion. I find hut one con solution when I think of the World war. I find it iu the fact that "ideals ! never die." and the ideuis we fought for were high and noble. We have .it hist called the world's aUcntiuu to them. And tho the world is not pre pared to accept them. \w»luive at least hastened the day. Converts to Judaism (Continued from Pago <>-u*.) his hephcw Lelio S pci no. who likewise : he ins insecure at home, fled to L’oland and afterwards to Transylvania where the anarchical conditions of the coun tries allowed them to profess public ly a religion which rejected the di vinity of Jesus. Some of their fol ! lowers went farther and rejected the whole New Testament. They found that Jesus himself was quoted as hav ing declared that the law should he observed and that only righteousness was needed to make Judaism the true rel|giou. In other words. Jesus never j intended to abolish Judaism but inert*- 1 ly denounced hypocrites who coil , formed to the ritual laws of religion. • ostentatiously displayed tlieir piety 1 by practicing ceremonies but were i otherwise morally lux'. This condition did not last. The Polish kings, unable to control the re bellion of selfish nobles, appealed to the Jesuits and with their coming to the cotintry reaction had full sway. In spile of this same of the new con verts must have remained incognito among the numerous Jew’s of the coun try. It is not proven hut highly prob able that the author of a Hebrew j hook "Fortification of Faith" who was called Isaac of Troki. was not a j Karaite by birth hut a highly cducui- • ed Christian who as a proselyte to Judaism wrote his hook in Hebrew. ‘ proving that oven from tic point of view of the authentic reports in tin gospels. the present Christianity was a misrepresentation of Judaism which was the only true religion. Some of those men who could not remain in Poland must have emigrated to litis siu and joined tin* numerous sects, all of which, while differing in details, rejected the divinity of Jesus and wore more or Jess symputlieCc to Judaism. ; Some of them found that Jc.sus no where hud abolished the Sabbath u*id sanctioned the celebration of Sunday and so they returned to keep the j THE DENVER JEWISH NEWS Shoes for Women lIP at Less Than j|LEf Jm Wholesale Prices The Tober-Saifer Shoe Company is insistent that M we sell mow shoes. We replied to their letter tell- J 0 ing them that they can’t send them on too fast for us, that Denver women have made this low-price IN drive of ours the most popular merchandising move ” this city ever enjoyed. In other words, Tober- q uj . Saifer, of St Louis, are still trying to get from un der the burden of cancelled orders which dealers H P R V have swamped them witlL Department Saturday Will Be a Big Day I Response to our announcement I - I Here for the Women of Denver ing. Tomorrow we will look for Such prices as we are quoting today on shoes that some heavy selling at the prices really cost more wholesale can’t help but make this we are " laking on quality hose a most popular shoe center tomorrow. 13.00 values $1.95 Pure silk, full fashioned hose, black. - I • brown, white and field mouse; ref?u -' j". lar $2.00 values $1.25 ™ ,drßn ' a hoge - rcgultr 76c *5.95 ft $ 7.95 Sri You cannot duplicate these 3 values in any other store in 1 j Denver—they are worth / nearly double whit we ask. / This sale includes the New Dardanella for women, in black and dull kid, with full Louis covered heels, $l2 values at $5.95; black and brown kid boots, 9- and 10-inch tops, $l5 value at $7.95; field mouse boots, 9-inch tops, $l2 valde at $5.95; pearl gray Cled'ties, full Louis covered heels, $l2 value at $4.95; men’s black and brown dull kid, English lasts (also in high toes), Goodyear welt, $lO value at $5.95. We have these leaders in all sizes and widths. They are only a few items in our store full of bargains which we offer you beginning Saturday, at LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICES. The Tober Guarantee is behind every sale. Mail order customers can rely on every statement we make, and we ship by parcel post anywhere in the United States. 1521 LAWRENCE STREET seventh day Sabbath holy and wore called Subotniki, (Sabbath observers). A largo uuuibcr of these people open ly separated themselves from tli»- Ortliodox ehurcli aud formed a con gregation in Muratov about 1040. Topes wore sent to win them back to llie Itussiun church but failed. They were imprisoned, tortiued. a number of them executed but they still re mained steadfast. Finally, even the, despotism of the czars down tc the days of Alexander I ami Nicholas 1 hud to give up the attempt as hope less and exiled those sectaries to the I Caucasus where they remained io this day. Not all of them are Jews In the j fullest sense, hut almost nil of them i reject the belief in the divinity of i Jesus. A great number adopted cir-! cutucision, oliservod the dietary laws ; and proclaimed the liclicf that the Messiah has yet to come. Our his- j torie sources are meager because thoe 1 men were plain people who did not j write hooks and least of all boasted i of their religion. The Jews look lit tie interest in them and at any rate, being constantly afraid of persecution. «iid not write of tbem. Only excep tionally we learn of their existence. The scholarly rabbi Jacob Fiuden tells us that in 17<»J some deputies of iW*li converts from Ukraine caiiH* to Hamburg asking for support of their numerous followers who, nimble to withstand iierseeutidn, had emigrated < to- Turkey. There they undoubtedly 1 were completely absorbed by tlu* Jew ish communities which they joined. Another branch remained, us was said before, in Transylvania. Here was a country which constantly changed hands between Magyars and [ Turks or occasionally established aft*i autonomous government and so it l>c- > came a place of refuge for people who 1 could not exist in a couutry where the narrow laws of the church were rigidly enforced, besides the I'ni tarians who had come to this country ns refugees there was a number of Magyars who joined the new move | meat just as i:i Poland, at first re- I jectlng tin* belief in Jesus* divinity ami then adopting the seventh day Sab bath and other ceremonies. When the ! home government became stronger they , were ipersec»it(*d. Freed from the j Turkish rule the native princes con vened ehureli councils which adopted j strong measures to suppress “hero-; sies.” There was a Polish pastor, j blamlrata. who settled m Traiis.vl. 1 vania and proclaimed the Jewish re ligion. It was then rather uncomfort- j able to remain in Poland, especially when under King Stephen llathori. I 157-1. the Jesuits obtained practically control of the government. Hut even 1 before that time we hear of a public execution of a prominent woman,) Catherine Wejgicl. who was burned at the stake in t’rueow. Hisliops j continued to denounce heretics. in cluding of course. Protestants and | i oven charging u converted .lew, Pa ulus Aemilus. a native of Prague who hud l.ccoine a Protestant pastor in Poland, tiiat lie aetually remained a .lew ami pleached Judaism. So in l'olaml (lie l'nitarian movement di«*d out and its devotee# came to Transylvvilnia. There, as said lieforc, Magyars joined it and we posses* quite a literal live containing translations of the Hebrew 1 rayer book and byinns in the Magyar language. Here also tlit* new church bad martyrs a:id to quote but one pathetic instances. John Trockai was stunt'd to death upon tin* order of tin* governor in lfKit). In order to mal:e Ids death more ignominious gypsies were ordered to perform the execu tion. This was a feature in these lair barons countries practiced also by the Turks ami the Greek# who coin -1 tel led Jews to perform executions in order to disgrace a criminal. The movement survived in spile of j all persecution and a considerable | remnant was finally permitted to pro- ! ftss Judaism openly when religions freedom was proclaimed iu lM»s. Judah Halevi, the great poet and thinker of the twlefth century, calls Israel tin' heart of humanity. What ever affects the world is felt by tbe heart. The conquest of Armenia or Hie changing of a rule in an rkmiiiiuu town from Holes to Ukrainians and from Ukrainian to I.olshrriki always makes llie heart of the world ache. JEWISH KEHILLA WINS CHRISTIAN INHERITANCE. By I. J. P. B. Vienna—The Austrian Coansnl. tieneral Frouiuiler of CVmstuntinoplc. a Christian, who died In Ibid. left his entire property to tin* Jewish Com munity in Vienna. Against this will u protest was made by his adopted daughter wfio only received an annual income of 2,400 crowns, which the Jew. ish Community wus to p«y her under the term of the will. A contest in the courts resulted in u decision in favor of the Jewish Community, which was awarded the property in accordance with the wording of the will. HUNGARIAN THEATRES CLOSED FOR WANT OF JEWISH PATRONAGE. By I. J. P. B. Uiulupcst—News from many Hun garian towus Is to tin; effect th.it their theatres are compelled to close tlieir doors for want of funds to continue tlieir business. The usual explana tion of such a state of affairs is the fact that Jews have refused to pat ronize the theatres, because of fear of pogroms or mourning the* death of pogrom victims. Theatres in Szeged in and Miuzkolcz have already closed their doors, ami the same thing happened in many small towns, liven In It ml a pest the situation of the theatres is a very un fortunate one. due to the same cause.