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The officers ami members of the • Yeshivns Turns Chaim,” West Utli Ave. and Federal Boulevard, uunounee to all Jewish organizations that a splendid meeting hall has recently Leen constructed in the above named 1 wilding, and that they extend a eor dial invitation to all Jewish lodges, societies, clubs and fraternities to hold .heir meetings there. Those who wish to make arrangements can communi cate with the secretary. Samuel Wa*t, l ico Fededral Boulevard. Ben Jtuben, of 2201 laiwrence street, left Sunday for l'iftsburgli and New York, where he will visit his mother. I '-inters ami brothers some of whom he 1 as not seen in twenty-one years. He takes tills means of bidding his friends good-bye. Stanley Barnett ami Morton Joseph inched Denver Friday for the lioli ..uys from New Haven, where they are •ittending Yah* Fniversity. Mr. T. Smith, of Dodge City. Kaussis. is the guest of L. E. Shuteran, 2HT»O Marion street. Mr. C. M. Ettenson reached Denver Tuesday to join his wife, who is in the city visiting their children. The Zionist Flag day which was to have been celebrated December 12 was postponed on account of incle ment weather to next Suuday, De cember 2t». J. Freylmn Friedman, son of Dr. and Mrs. Win. S. Friedman, is home lor the mid-winter holidays from Phillips Exeter Preparatory school for Yale. Mrs. Bay S. David presided at tin* Denver Women’s Press club’s Decein- Imt meeting Tuesday, held at the home of Mrs. Steele. Professor Lindsey Longa ere, teacher of the Old Testa incut at Denver Fniversity delivered iei inspirational uddyess on the prophet Elijah. Jack Lutz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max I.utz. has returned to tills city after a four month’s vist lu the east. Norman Landis is home for the mid winter holidays from Boonesvlllc. Mo., where he is attending the Kemper Military Academy. He will remain in the city until after the dance on De cember 30tli to be given by the A. A. t\, of which he is a member. Mr. Krone is confined to ids 1 *hl ns the result of nn accident. Mr. Hcxter is able ro Ih* about again after a long illness. A lecture will he given by Dr. Eman uel Friedman on the prevention and cun? of tuberculosis in children unth r the auspices of the laidles’ Education, ul club Sunday evening December 20 at the Labor Lyceum corner Julian and Canossa Court. Dr. Win. Drexier is very seriously ill at Mercy hospital where he under went an operation last week. B'NAI B'RTIH LODGE WILL HOLD ANNUAL ELECTION. At next Sunday morning's meeting of Dciivit Lodge No. 171. I. O. 11. 8.. the annual election of officers takes place. There is a pleasant rivalry among some of tin* candidates for of fice. and tin* contest promises to be interesting. Another large class of candidates will be initiated at this meeting, and it almost seems that liefore long every worthy Jew of this city will be a mem ber of. this lodge. Tlie lodge is conducting a campaign for funds for the Jewish Orphan Home in Cleveland. Tills institution is one of the IVnai IVrith institutions of this District, and shelters 500 dill, dron. Denver always bad a large number of children in tills Home. The institution lias passed ihru trying times, due to the Increased cost of o|H>ration. and lias a deficit of more than SIOO,OOO. To wipe out tills in debtedness a call for contributions from $5.00 and up fro nimombors and friends of the Home is asked. Mail j our check to S. Friedentbul. secre tary, 335 Empire building. CONCERT AT J. C. R. S. YB JUNIOR COUNCIL. Tin* Junior Council gave a **oncert at the J. C. 11. S. last Sunday which was enjoyed by the patients. The pro cram was: 1 Jazz Music —Army and Morton Weichsel. 2 Oriental Dance —Edith Goodinun. 3 Vocal solo—Florence Scliwurtz. 4 Widder Doodle—Mary Jaffe. fi Dance —Mac Itosc Wanddcl. 0 Jazz Music. LADIES’ AUXILIARY OF SHEARITH ISRAEL The Ladies’ Auxiliary of Shearith Israel will hold their next meetiug Tuesday afternoon, December ‘2H. The hostesses will be Mesdames: .1. Sny. M. Rubins tone, J. Ruskin. M. Rosko. F. Safferstein. All are welcome to, j.ttend the meetings. TWO APPRECIATIONS. Editor Jewish News. Dear Editor: — The SI on in u club wishes to express its sincere ipproda tion and thunks for the co-operation the Jewish News has given to our organization. Your efforts to pro mote the interests of all clubs and societies is highly commendable, ami bus contributed wuek to their suc cess. Yours very truly, THE SIONIAN CLUB. By Louis A. Hellersteia, Secretary. Editor, Deuver Jewish News. Dear Madam: At the last regular meeting of the K. K. K. a resolution was passed by unanimous vote to thunk you and show our appreciation for putting our ai llclcs in your paper. Also we wish to state that anything that the lv. K K. elub can do for your paper will he done with pleasure. Sincerely Yours. JACOB lUIBENBTON E. Publicity Agent. ZIONISTS CHANUKAH ENTERTAINMENT. A most Interesting and enjoyable Chanukah celebration was held tinder the auspices of the Denver Zionist District on Sunday Dec. 12th at S :.'to p. in. at the new Talmud Torah. The speakers of the evening were Dr. A. M. llluuilicrg. Dr. C. E. 11. lvauvar, Mrs. I. J. Kolinsky. Mrs. It. I. Uiule, Mr. I. ltude and M. S. Slirelbef. The Ilutikvnli club gave a beauti ful playlet and furnished the musical part of the program. Mrs. L. Fein gold and M. A pel man gave very in spiring recitations. Miss Lillie Kam insky read her prize essay on Zion ism. Miss Sylvia Zarst recited the ‘‘Llchtaluch” by Morris Rosenfchl. The chairman, Mr. I’ll. Ragoolaiul. appealed to the ladies to join the “Hadassuh” and 40 ladies enrolled as members. The program closed with the siuging of Hatikvali. —M. S. S. CHELTENHAM NIGHT SCHOOL Tin* first .)f the monthly concerts to l*e given hy the Chelteuhnm Night school under the auspice*, of the Lea gue of Jewish Youth was held Wed nesday. December 15. An Interesting program was arranged and the Lea gue wishes to thunk ail who took a I art in the program. The program was ns follows: Piano solo Miss Sndae Illrs 1 ' Address—•• Americanism.” in Yiddish „...T)r. P. lUllkowl tr Recitation 11. M. Kaufmai. Violin Solo Miss Finegold i Accompanied by Miss It. Itosenbloom) Recitations. Yiddish. Miss I. Aaron and Miss It. Mllsteiu. Piano Solo Miss (I. (ieller Recitation Miss V. Weiss A short Skietch by Misses Ann and Mary Morris. Mr. Cluxton and family were honor guests of the evening. Mr. 11. M. Kaufman presided. The teachers ol the school were given tokens of ap preciation by the pupils of the school. JUNIOR CONGREGATION OF TEMPLE EMANUEL. A meeting of the Junior Congrega tion of Temple Emanuel will be held on Sunday, December 20, 1020, at 10:30 u. m. Mr. George A. Levy will speak about the “Contribution of the Jew to England.'* Lionel Sbeflan will lead the service and Selniu Levy will read a short paper on Maimonides. All young people are cordially invited to attend. Junior Congregation of Temple Eman uel—At tent ion! The Vaudeville committee will pass on all sketches ami acts for the Junior Congregation performance, on Sunday afternoon, December 2(5. 1020, in tli«: Vestry rooms of Temple Emanuel, lie sure to have your sketch ready by that date. The committee will be the only judges. We can’t have too many acts, so do not fall to present yours.—A. i. I*. HOW TO SEND MONEY TO EUROPE OR TO SEND FOR RELATIVES. Anyone desiring information ns to sending money abroad thru the Joint Distribution eouuuittec, or wanting in formation and assistance in bringing relatives from Europe, and making out the necessary papers without which no one can leave European countries, for America, can receive it. by applying to Mr. Nathan Weiner, president of the West Denver Uelicf committee, 2U211 West Colfax avenue: Itahbi E. S. Hulpern, treasurer, and also at .'ill Central Savings Bank building, from Mr. Itagoolnnd. Infor mation will In* cheerfully given. COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN TO GIVE CHILDREN’S DANCE. Th** Council of Jewish Women will give their annual children’s party at Marble Hall. Wednesday, December 21) from .‘i to 3:30 p. m. The affair will !»** a fancy *lr**ss dance and prizes will lie given for the prettiest girls', and boys' costume. All children of Council members are urged to be pres ent. 1 Clubs M. B. C. An interesting meeting of the M. It. j (elul» was held on Saturday eve ning at the home of Miss Hesse Kauf man. A get-to-gether affair to la* j given soon was discussed. In addition ' to this elaborate ohms were made for I tlie second anniversary dance which will be held at the Aduins Hotel tie* i latter part of March.—ll. S. A. X C. The A. A. C’s. have procured the j “Sensational Eight,” orchestra for their First Annual Paradise dance, to be given at the Albany. December 30. The A. A. C’s. held a meeting last Sunday, Dec. 19. at the Community House. One of our members, Cadet Norman I Hindis, described camp life at Kempner Military school, which lie is attending—P. J. OPTIMISTS. A regular meeting of the Optimists will Ik* held this evening at the home | of Miss Mae IJfshltz. B>B3 . Federal j Itlvd., at 7 :30 p. in.—A. W. K. K. li. A regular meeting of tne K. K. K . j was held Sunday. December 20th, 11)20. j Tilings of big interest to the public j were discussed and will he announced at a later date. The progrutu com- j mittee has made arrangements for out big private hard time dance to he j given at Hannon Hall New Year's! Eve. | Refreshments will Ik* served. Invi-1 tations only thru members. —J. It. JEWISH CULTURE SOCIETY. •The second meeting of the current season of the Jewish Culture society will Ik* held at the home of Dr. O. M. Shere Wednesday S p. m.. Decent ln*r 23. Mrs. O. M. Shere will speak on “Whither We Are Drifting.” and M. S. Shreiber will read a paper on "The Jewish Aspiration thru the Con turies.”—W. R. 8.8 SIGMA ALPHA PHI GIRI-S. A farewell party was given Satur day evening in honor of Miss Evelyn Rosenthal, who left for Pittsburgh. Sunday, to attend the Mareovitz-Slinef t r wedding. The party was held at tlie home of Miss Pearl Scliecter. The flub is planning other activities, which will Ik* held in the near future. Mrs. Schecter chaperoned tin* party.—S. 1. W. Y. A. B. The first meeting of the Y. A. It. was held Sunday, December 12. Elec tion of officers resulted us follows. Edward Hirshfield. president: Alla*r* <joldlM*rg. vice-president uud secretary • Bertram Kleiger, treasurer. The club is open to new members tietween tin* ages of 11 to 14. It m«*ets every Sun day at the Bessie I. Rude Community Center from .‘i to 4 p. m. in room It. — A. (5. It. B. B. At our last meeting we initiated two new members. We defeated the He brew Chums in u basketball contest by the score of 23-10. We debuted on the "Immigration Question.” Mr. Gold lierg and his party took the affirma tive side of the question. Mr. Gins burg and his party took the negative side of the question. Our entertain ments were a success and we thank Mr. and Mrs. Goldberg for the use of their home.—H. G. COUNCIL ALLIANCE GIRLS. The Misses Ida Grimes. Betty Kuchai. Adelaide Pivan and Estlie'* ICuchai will lie hostesses at the reg ular meeting of the Council Allinuct’ Girls, which will lie held at the home of the Misses Betty and Esther Kuclial 1214 East 10th avenue on Sunday. Do cember 20, at 3:00 p. m. sharp. All luemlters are urged to attend. Invitations have liven Issued for a dance to be given by the Council Al liance Girls on Tuesday, December 28, at the Shirley Hotel. SISTERHOOD OF TEMPLF EMAN UEL SOCL\L AND DANCE. The Sisterhood of Temple Emanuel will give a social and dance at Pro gress club, January 12. Reserve the evening. SO EVERYBODY MAY KNOW We Mine Our Own COAL “FROM OUR MINE TO YOUR FUISfACE” Wo can deliver now our Famous Sunnyside Lump From our Louisville mine. Our Marshall Lir.np From our Marshall m<ne 2000 LBS. TO THE TON GUARANTEED Ceneral Offires: 311 Central Savings F*anh Ruildlnj Telephones Champa 487, 483. 2480. Souih 2*ol Yards in South and West Denver THE MARSHALL COAL CO. THE DENVER JEWISH NEWS HOW TO REBUILD TO ZION? Symposium at Albany Hotel Meeting December 2ti. The annual meeting of the Denver Zionist District to receive the report of its delcgute to tlie* Zionist conven tion will be belli Sunday S p. in.. De cember 2(5. in the Magnolia room Of the Albany Hotel. 1. Kuril*, the-delegate to the twenty thliil annual convention*of tin* Zionist organization of America at Buffalo, will give his report of the plans ami achievements of that notable conven tion. Elected member of the National executive committee of the Zionist Or ganization and especially delegated with the office* of furthering Zionist activities in the Kooky Mountain States, Mr. Kudo will explain the plaits undertaken by the convention for the rebuilding of Palestine along prao Ileal and efficient lines. Dr. 0. D. Splvak who as represen tative of the Jewish Relief Commission was recently an eye-witness of the after-war horrors experienced by the Jews of Eastern Europe will speak on tip) Why of Zionism and will describe the heroic sacrifices being made by European Jews for the restoration and reconstruction of Palestine. "Machinery for Rebuilding Zion." will, be the subject of an address by William R. Blumenthal. M. M. Dolitzky of New York, noted Jewish and Hebrew poet, and one of tile foremost Jewish men of letters in America, will recite his "Songs ol Zion” and other of ills best known poems. Leo R. Cohn will preside. An ap propriate musical program lias been ar ranged a feature of which will be tin sing.. g of the Hatikvali club. Others participating are Mrs. Samuel <• ins burg. pia.io ,olo: Arthur Do flier, violin solo; group of songs. Mrs. Morris .1. F.rohn iiccompn.iicd by Mrs. Burton damage. Mr.*. Leo R. Cohn is chair I man of the musical program. Thi* 1 meeting ’s not limited to Zlo-tsts hut ! all who are hiterC'.iCj i:i tin* wePavej of our pcvsGCUtid brethren in Europe ! ere cordially invited to lie pivsi.A —W. R. It. D. 17. 1. ClKi-S. Sunday. Dec. lut’a the D. II. I. Girls ] went out to Golden to entertain the 1 * Jewish hoys at tin* Reform tcliocl. I Dr. Morris, the president of the : Institute lectured to them on clean • [ living and the object of the Denver j Hebrew Institute after which games! were played, candies were distributed ; and the hoys alt had u good time.-- i IOTA GAMMA KAPPA. || < Tin* Iota Gamma Kappas held a rog ular meeting. Saturday evening. De- ; comber IS. at the home of Miss Werdo slieim. Mr. Kaufman und Mr. Wuudcl spokv* | to the club on the spreading Anti-Sem itism and of tiie fine work of the | Anti-Defamation league of the B’nai B’rith. The girls all pledged their , Mipport to tlie noble work of the j League. The girls will sell flags on Jewish | National fund day. December 20. After an interesting program, dauc. i lug und refreshments closed a very successful meeting.—T. F. YOUNG JUDEA. Young Judea held a very successful meeting last Wednesday, with an at tendance of over 70 members. At Its lust meeting it decided to give n bazaar in the near future, the proceeds of! which would be applied to tin* Talmud ■ Torah. O. W. I* A regular meeting of the O. W. L. was held. Wednesday. Dec. 2*2, at the Community Center. A debate between Isudore Kubin and Benny Bloom, on "Whether President-elect. Harding’s i administration will improve the con ditions of the country or not," proved to be very interesting to all present. The club is preparing to have a de bating team, and will challenge clubs c*f its own age. There are still a few vacancies in the club, so “Hurry” if you want to Join. You must Ik* 10 years of age or ever. Send all antdicnrlons to II. Zeiinkopf. 2551 Cherry street. In Memoriam In loving memory of Hose (loodniM. J I'rduuk. who departed this life tw< J years ago Deeeiuher 1.1, 1!)1S. If we had seen you at the last. And “held your dying hand. And heard the last sign from your hea rt. We would *u»t feel so had. We did not know the nuhi you had. We did not see you die. And only know you went away And never said good-bye. Sadly mi<sed by her mother, sister* and brothers. MRS. A. S. COOHMAN. MUS. !». GHKINKTZ. MU. AX!) MUS. RKX GOODMAN. MRS. S. (I. I*OI,I.AK AND SON. MU. AND MUS. SAM GOODMAN. MAX GOODMAN. Obituaries Sanford L Klirli« li. Sanford L. Klirl 101 l passed away 1 >•*- j comber 17. after an Illness of many i weoks, at the home of liis parents. ; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Khrlieli. He was a Colorado hoy. having been ednoatod in Boulder, when that was the family home lie had lived in tin* state most of his life, and was 33 years old at the time of his death. His home had recently hoo:i in Ster ling, Colo., where he was engaged in business with his brother. lie is survived by bis widow, par ents. one brother, and three sisters. Funeral services were held at Mey er’s Sunday. Dr. Win. S. Friedman of ficiating. Columbine Lodge. A. Fund A. M.. had charge of the funeral. Interment was at Emanuel come lory. HEBREW CLUB TO BE FORMED. A meeting will in* lielil Saturday Do- : comber 2"i at S i>. in., at tlio home of T>r A. M. Illumlie-g HIT. Went Colfax of there interested in Hebrew for the Mirporc of orrnnizin* n Hebrew ro- j | i»-ty. Ti.O"c interested real appli-j ! cations to 1*. Saporn'o*'. 1 ~~~> lIao!:o" i street, phone Champa Ot'.'.'O. The o-.Riii.'r.'.: t committee are H. t nolitftlcjr. r ■. C. r>. Snlvnk. Dr. A. ' niumbcrg. II. S. S'*h:a , ilK , .\ R. Sapor.- 1 I * Want j WANTED Wo* 1 ' 1 stroi ; American v/r?::inti f >:• 1 ’-Mays; inus! ! bring rliibl 2’a years o’.tl. !I. 1212. I'KOPBUTY FOU SALK—I-onjt LUt of actual bargains. cottages. double j bonnes. bungalows. apartment*. il.fiOO to s2*..non in West and all other parts >.f Hrriver. Do not buy before you nee tny I list ; inv unto Is at your service. Photic. | call, or write, will show property, reinetn-i |I. r real bariralus and terms. Zigmond, r>2o I Quincy Itldg.; Main 204.8. rfl Gift from the American jL S i^ 7 '""'\ I Bs the Appreciated ftift f : I Make this a practical Christmas by giving practical 1 \/ I gifts—such as a piece of furniture—a cedar chest, fit / f § phonograph, Hoosier cabinet, dinnerware or some- 1 ■ g B Look over this list of gift suggestions—then buy 1 8 them on Liberal Credit Terms. I Gate-Leg Tables Dinnerware 8 |'v [jl I 1 Ladies’ Desks Duck’s Ranges 8 8 Spinet Desks Cedar Chests B <- -- , 1 Tea Wagons Colorful Draperies B It's - Phonographs Luxurious Rugs S m ■ Cozy Rockers Carpet Sweepers S (g, '—^ 1 Hoosier Cabinets Redding M 1 Smokers Stands I.amps f ■ Sewing Cabinets Royal Easy Chairs r? | | Liberal Credit Terms | I The American Furniture Co. ‘ -hi:".'' T j Tff «OVttt«M»T CPTTWCMTTP t—Ml U 1 COTTMGMT L AW. Clmrlc3 G. Lovl, who tiled at Dnl- ’ las, Texas, la-t week, was one of tl»**! founders and original trustees of tin* J LEARN TO SAY I Sna PPy j ( pss! ; Su)eets \ * Is ? Do you sometimes hunger for “chewy” j ( Y( chocolates—chocolates that are crisp, snappy, i i Pf. “munchy”? J o ( 4 Drecht Snappy Sweets have a delicate chewy- i " y. ness and brittleness that is enjoyable to the 1 ! £ last bite. ‘ y K N £ Nuts ami nougats, butter scotch aind hclmonts. caramels ami kriim- 13 f, bb s. fruit paste am! molasses chips M Loo X. Levi Hospital of Hot Springs, I Ark., which was erected in memory of his talented brother, the lute Leo I X. Levi. Mr. Levi, who was horn in Victoria, Texas, in 1 N(JO, resided there I until lUOS, when he moved to Dallas.