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for Business Men and Women At j» :40 and 7:40 p. m., at 1043 CLaiupu Street, in the heart of the city. Three regular .four-year University course for EXPERT AC COUNTANTS, BUSINESS MANAGERS. SALESMEN, ADVER TISERS AND COMMERCIAL TEACHERS. Special courses for all oitice workers. New and la rue r quartern for IOUO-lim. Write for Year Book ami Schedule University of Denver SCHOOL OF COMMERCE. ACCOUNTS ANII FINANCE 1<49 Champs Street 2SEB&SSSSCSSpSSSSSSSSBS3ES9BOBS3EES3SESSSSS3KSSSSSS The Wolcott Conservatory oi Music Mrs. Anna Wolcott Vaile, Founder David D. Abramowitz, Director AMONG THE INSTRUCTORS: David D. Abramowitz, F. L. Abramowitz, Catherine Cranmer. Francis Hendriks, Katincka H. Hendriks, Frank Lussclien, Mrs. Flournoy Rivers, Victor N'enliaus, Kdw. J. Stringliam, W. A. White, Subjects—Violin. Piano, Voice, Cello, Organ, Publie School Music. Theory, all Orchestral and Hand instruments, Students Orchtestras, (liorus Opera, French Dietion Motor—Mental Rhythmics Pupils may enter at any time For Cat til ug etc., Wolcott Conservatory of Music. Ei'32s' Fourteenth and Lafayette Streets Phone York 5793 t Denver, Colo. Dancing Lessons by Prof. MacFarlane and Miss Jay Bickford < | (Denvers Leading Teachers) CALL AT PRIVATE STUDIO DIXIE DANCING ACADEMY 1 ’ Champa 3964 1809 Welton, Champa 1810 J 1641 Curtis Dancing Every Night ■j | ANNOUNCEMENT |g| I As Successor* to The Frank Kirchhof Lumber Company Yards and Mills—-Seveuth and Lawrence Streets Wo Solicit the Patronage of His Trade Telephone Us Your Orders MAIN 25 Prompt and Courteous Service The Hallack & Howard Lumber Co. Of Interest to Ladies Tailors Von cannot appreciate high class and artistic work until you try our new accordion and other styles of pleating, covered buttons ami ducat tailored and waist buttonholes. We Do Better Hemstitching 10c per Yard New York Pleating & Button Co. 1523 Stout Street Phone Main 7992 Denver, Colo. We express the earnest wish tiiai all who dwell ill our beautiful city may enjoy to the utmost a good, old-time, happy Christinas season—one of the kind we tell our childrcii about. 1 [ R£/U- ESTATE /STH£ BAS/S OF ALL We*LTW I STATEN 750 BURCHFIEL.D J JTQ4-COLORADO BLDG. REALTOR PHOWECHAMPA 31 AO % M. 6 0. Principe DeLees Havana Cigars Mild Havana Cigars EVERY PUFF A A CIGAR THAT PLEASURE SATISFIES CUBAN CIGAR CO., Makers Denver - ■ ■ .' MEYER UNDERTAKING WSf PAIUID A MV Expert Embalmers and IAJiVIi AIN I Funeral Directors Only Jewish Undertakers in Colorado. Full Automobile Equipment. ——■■■-■ ■ ■ • Colorado Herald, Sunday December 12, 192 u. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ripley an nounce the engagement of their daugh ter. Both Hteler, to Mr. Leslie Ai. Lyon, of Kuusas City. Miss Ripley will reach Denver Friday for the' mid-win. ter holidays from Smith College, where she is a Junior. Air. and Mrs. Ripley will Ik* at home to their friends Sunday evening, complimentary to Miss Riplev and Air. Lyon. Mrs. .1. Mortimer extended the bos pitality of her home to friends Tues day afternoon, complimentary to Miss Archenhold. Mrs. Sinslieimer of Chicago is the guest of Airs. L. 11. Guldman. Airs. Aaron Friedman presided at ; a lunejieon lust Saturday in honor or j Mrs. Hlnsheimer of Chicago. The Misses Grecnbuum and Mrs. Ot tenheimer will extend the hospitality of their home to friends Thursday ; afternoon and next Tuesday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Friedman and Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Straus leave .Jan uary sth for a two months’ trip to California. Tiie Bride’s club will meet with Mrs. Melvin Sehlesingcr Thursday. Aliss Marion Sclioyer is spending the holidays with her puientts. Aliss Sclioyer is attending Downer College. Aliss Leuoru Philips is home from Berkeley for the mid-winter vacation, where she is attending the university. | Miss Rhea belle Hirsh entertained a group of her young friends Tuesday I afternoon and will also extend‘her lies- j pitality next Wednesday. Little Albert Kacliofsky is making ! favorable progress in the recovery' from his recent illness. Airs. Meyer Friedman will preside at a luncheon Saturday in honor of Mrs. Hlnsheimer. The wedding of Miss Ruth Horubeln I to Mr. Al Fishman took wince at the Hooker street Synagog Sunday. Decem ber I2tb, ami was followed by a re ception at home. Tin* house was beau tifully decorated. Colors were ear* ; ried out in pink and white. Mrs. Fishuiun is an active member of the Eutu Kea Sorority. Invitations have been issued fhfu the Misses Betty Kucbai. Elizabeth Levy and Esther Kuelini. for a pic-New Year (lance, to Ik* gixen by the Conn ell Alliance at the Shirley hotel, De cember 28th. Air. and Mrs. Mux Schneider, of 2000 Larimer street, announce the en gagement of their daughter. Anna, to Mr. Herman Juffc. No date has been set for the wedding. Mr. J. Wax mu ii announces the en gageinent of ids daughter. Mollie to Mr. Hum tJoldfogel of Oil City. I’a. THE WINNER OF THE MYSTERIOUS QUERY. A large box of Bauer's elioeohite> j was presented to Miss tllndys Grouss-1 man. who guessed the sviouian el lib's j query, as follows: That a top-notch i club of the city, the giouiau dub. will give the best dance of the season at the best hall in town. Progress club, ut the host time of the year. Feb ruary 12-21. and with Kurton’s Jazz iest of Jazz orchestra. Ilur best of ail its a Valentine Novelty dance with the accent on "Novelty." Anticipate this great event. —L A. II. At Atlantic City, N. J.. Miss Klixa beth Kuufwnnu, Hi years old. daughter of Ludwig Kuufnmun of the firm of j Kaufiuann & Baer. department store) owners in Pittsburgh, when riding on the beach was thrown from her horse and her skull fractured. Tin* animal dashed under the steel pier. Miss j Kaufmunn's head struck a heavy pipe and site was thrown to me hcacli un conscious. Kite was rusheo to the City Hospital, where an immediate opera tion was performed. lie* condition is 1 critical. JUST A REMINDER I'OR The A. A. C. Paradise Dance AT THE ALBANY HOTEL Thursday Evening-, December -i<>, 1!)20 Morrison's 8-l*icro Orchestra Hurry ami .Malic a Hate Social News Mr. and Mrs. Hugo ltothenlierg left Sunday for their home in Milwaukee. ] Mr. and Mrs. Abe Goldstein will be the hosts Sunday evening at an anni versary dinner. . The Current Event class met with : Mrs. Simon Bitteruian Tuesday. Miss Louise (iuldiunu who has been visiting in New York left this week for Montgomery, Ala., for a stay of sev-! era l weeks. Mr. and Mir. M. S. ltudetsky have moved to the Shirley Hotel where! they will be located until their new home is completed. The members of the Euta Kea Sor ority were entertained at a trousseau i parly given by Miss Until Hornbein who Itecamo the bride of Mr. A1 Fish man on Sunday, December 12. Mrs. .1. K. Strouse and family, of] P7O Marion street, are sjien'di ig the winter at Ocean Park, Culif. Mr. and Mrs. S. llilb were the hosts, at a party at the Orpheum Saturday evening Mrs. Ben Buluhun has returned from Cedar Jtupids, lu., where she spent the past month at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Simon. Miss Jennie Bobb, of 1440 Hooker street, left for Los Angeles, and takes this means of bidding her friends good bye. Mrs. Murray SUnudul presided at a luncheon Monday in one of the series which she is giving. Mrs. Max Tatarsky and children, ot IMS Ogden street, left for a three weeks’ trip with relatives in St. Louis.! Chicago, and in Ohio. Ur. ami Mrs. Stanley Ercliborg have' leturued from a short trip Chi' engo. Mr. and Mrs. Milton L. Aufeugcr were the hosts at a dinner Sunday eve , ning at Progress club. Covers were , laid for 20. Mrs. 11. Pasternack nml daughter of] Cheyenne, AVyo.. is visiting her sister, i Mrs. C. Pooley, loin Dale court. Miss Sylvia Pei ton entertained In* formally Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. M. Frank announce the! nigagcmeut of their daughter, Bertha, to Mr. Samuel Gordon of Bonne Terre. Mo. Mr. mid Mrs. Isadore Hiiilpern are] lvjoieiug over the birth of a baby boy.; born Monday noon. December 13. at , Mercy Hospital. Mother ami lmby do-! iug flue. Baby named Beutzion. The Misses Lillian Fosemun and ! Myrtle Fishman leave Saturday for] Kansas City, where they will be uniong the visitors participating m the festiv ities of the Ilni Itesli convention. WOMEN MAY BE ADMITTED TO THE PALESTINE BAR. (.?. <\ I*. Service.) Loudon— Tin* PalcHtlm* Advisory Council Ik considering the n«lvi-«l»ilily of admitting women to practice Hulicitorw' in the Palestine Courts, yc cordiug to u Jerusalem dispatch. Col. Norman Uentwieh. I lie head of the Judicial Department, ns well as Sir Herbert Samuel, the High Commission er. arc said to favor their aduds fcion. AMERICAN FINANCIERS INTERESTED IN PALESTINE BANKS. 1.1. it. Service. London —Sir Herbert Samuel, the High Commissioner for riilcstliw, Ims informed tlu* Advisory Council that lie is at present negotiating with Eng lish American anil Egyptian fitianeiers for tlu* estaiilisliinent of ('mill Hunks thruoiit Palestine ami In* hopes to see these operating at an early date, say*: a Jerusalem dispatch. The deepest happiness in life comes not to him who seeks after happiness, hut to him whose chief purpose is to cio ids duty. COLORADO SPRINGS. By our special cor respondent G. G. A ■ The B. C. J. club, composed of Jew-1; ish young men of this city, has been j tunned. This club fills a long fell'; need of the younger people of the,: community and has the hearty en- : dorsement of the older set. At u uieet • ing held December sth at the resi dence of Mr. Abe Silver the following officers were elected: Jacob Liften. president: Lawrence Kuhscheid. secre tary: Ham Harris, treasurer, and Abe 11 a rris, sergea n t-a t-a raw. Messrs Dave Hpizer, 1). W. Harris and George G. Alterman were elect ed on the advisory board. Messrs. Hpizer and Harris have given the club substantial donations. Mrs. Dave Hpizer is sick at her; home 1111 North Wasatch avenue. , Mrs. Marx Loris is leaving Thurs day to spend Christmas and New* holidays with her daughter. Caroline, j in Kansas and will probably later go, to Oklahoma City. Miss Caroline Newman is leaving, this week to spend her vacation with , her father and friends in Joplin. M - | The Women's Auxiliary gave the| Denver Jewish Sheltering home S-'M) for Chunuuku. . Mr. Sam Waserstrotn lornn rly of j Colorado Springs now of Chicago is in New York for two weeks. Mr. Hester has been elected a del- - gate to St. Louis convention of tlm B’liai B’ritli Lodge of Colorado Springs. Mr. Sam Mogilner of California is visiting his brother anti sister. Mr. and Mrs. Max Mogilner. Mrs. Alex Bahirsky of Walsenberg. Colo., is visiting her parents and sisters. Mr. and Mrs. 1). Waehnov. Mr. and Mrs. Philip He!gal lwivo moved to 1307 West Coloratty avenue where they will he glad to receive their friends. Mr. and Mrs. George G. Alterman will spend the New Year holidays with their parents and sisters. Mr. and Mis. M. Alterman, Anue and Celia, of Don. vcr. Mrs. Kaplan has returned from the Mayo Brothers’ hospital. In Rochester Minn., and has been greatly ltenefit ted by the treatment. Mr. Harry Feldman son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Feldman of 271 U W. Colorado avenue has opened an auction house for himself at 403 South Tejon. The Ladies’ Auxiliary has donated 5,35 for the European Relief Fund, ol which Mr. Henry Suehs is chuirnmn. Mrs. L\. T. Kruiitz sent the Cleve land Orphan's Home and Denver .lev. !>•», stailoring 11« .«>••> one dozen bungalow aprons as a Chanukah giL- The next mc*eting of the Council ot Jewish women will he held on Jnntiuiy 4th. 1921 at the sons of Israel Synu gog. 417 South Cascade avenue. Mrs. Henry Sachs will nrcsUle. as the l»res blent, Mrs. Marx Lorig will Ik* absent, from the city. CHEYENNE, WYO. Mr. uml Mrs. A. Golclfnrb announof tlu* cupißi'iiu'Ut of their ilauglit*T. CJ oldie. to Sol Zuckorinan. Miss Adeline Upson, who is attend iu« Dcuver rnivi-reily. is at home for the holidays. The Misses Edith and Agnes CJold fnrh arc* vistiug tlu*ir grandparents Mr. and Mrs. A. (ioldfarh. TRINIDAD, COLO. The wedding of Miss Kthcl Hsminer ' slouch ami Mr. Bernard Czarlinsky of Baton. N. M.. too!: place at tin* horn.* (,f the' bride, Tuesday, Deer mis r 1-Bit at f»:;U) p. iu. Ratbi Bergman of Ai bPQUert|Uo officiated. Alter tin* cere mony the guests repaired t*» the Cor i:uulo hotel where an ciubor.it. • wed * i jig supper was si*rve i. after whieh dancing was enjoyeil for the 1 ala nee .f the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Czur lirsky left for u short wedding trip to Deliver. The;, will be at hutue *n p-iton after December UO. Mrs. I Jen Haiutncrs'ettgh was lu»s Uss of the Sisterhood Sewing eirele lu.s- i iiduy ultviuon. . Max Lawrence accompanied by her niece. Mrs. Max Bus -.Hit.*, relum ed ie lnc last Monday *' *•> n It-jchcstei Minn., where Mrs. latwreiiee under went an operation. Vile A. U. • . elnli mat at the home! • f V . 1. Sunders lasi, 'Thursday. Airs. Clms. Hi stein en*. •rtiiinod at an elaborate dinner in honor of Miss Kthcl Ilummorslough and Mr. B C/.ar linsky. Covers w» re laid for ten. Mrs. Siuio'.i Sanders entertained at an afternoon Bridge in honor of Miss l-lthcl Hamincndough. Mrs. Phil Prager entertained MlsH l.'lhel Hammerslougli and Mr. V- I Czarlinsky at -a n elaborate dlunc* nil the Cornado hotel, where Mrs. prager is making her home. Tin* Alumni of Temple Atiren met last Monday at the home of Miss Bose Kahn. Next meeting will he held at the home of Ilyinan Paliak. The Downtown Chamber of Com merce of New York lias presented to the Board of iKsLiinutc a petition re questing tlmi the unnamed strip of parkway on Dclaucey street, extending | from the Bowery to the Williaiushurg bridge, he called “Sehiff Parkway.” in . honor of the late Jacob 11. bcliitl. , I Look for the Electric Sign—Get Into the Itight Place p Established 1902 1008 | Candy | | Direct From The Maker I I We manufacture our own Candies, and therefore know the quality 8 to l»e the best. You sa\e the mhldlemail’s profit when you buy direct 8 from us. Variety unlimited. Quantity orders a specialty. ;? v Mail Orders Filled Same Day Received I Chocolates This Week’s Specials % Nougats. 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Colfax Ave. I'llone Main 4327 ■ " - i .j I Homo Cooking Fine Pastries Silver’s Restaurant (Kosher) 1731 Curtis Street Opp. Isis Theatre TEL. CHAMPA 5710 Try our home-made noodle soup Mrs. Ida Kruse McFarlane Will Give a Course of Ten Instruction Lessons in Modern Culture lief ore ail livening Class Regaining in January For Informalitui Call MISS THOMAS Room 1171 Shirley Hotel | L. FEINGOLD p Manufacturing fcT Jeweler WCT All kinds of new work, Platinum ami Cold, reasonable prices K’’ 1605 Larimer Street Champa Room No. IS For First Class Papcrhanging and Painting Cull N. T. SEGAL 12-16 Williams St. Tel. York G854-J 1 The Winter , Term Tin* Harm's School has receive*! more Hum two iliuiisamls applications for ollice workers litis year. This is not only evidence of the denmml for capable workers, lull we believe is a direct /tribute to tiie - cflieioiicy of our graduates. Ifusiness men want uppiieuuts who are thoroughly trained, and lliis phase of the question should have llrst con sideration 111 selecting a sclusd. The Winter Term opens Monday. Jauttury Jsrd. (’all or write now for catalog and full information. 1623 Champa Si.. Denver, Colo. Member of Association of Accredited (’oiniuercial Schools TAKK TIIK SHORT KM) OF A inn TO I I6KI AND PROTECT 3 OI'R SFI.F AO.\INST LOSS It\ FIRE TO VOI R At TOMOIIIUS. \77/ax S. Schai/cr Every kind of S?e//a6/e insurance i'liones: Main J 92 5u43 Suite &15 Empire See that your neighbor subscribes to 1 the Jewish News.