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Fitted. | i A. B. VDDIAM, OPTOMETRIST ft I -o3agee»KBKeaßacwai»cs3Bae«msBCßCB»afl The Windsor Farm Dairy Co “Honest Milk from Clean Cows” Main Ilium 1855 Blake Street, Dearer. Colorado. Champa 1374-1378 J/&SLO ' The New Method CLEANERS and DYERS 2009-11 Champa Street M. M.GOTTHEB INSIHASt'CE AGENCY Phone Champa 3340 All Kluda of Insurance—Represent Lug Old Lines Companies Only 7-6 Colorado Bldg. DENVER. COLORADO. W'wiiiixilzlkwillmlkl*nlA Wood, Metal and Electric Signs Oot>of-Town Orders Solicited Phone Champa K*K JO r / r discount to all who present this nd PO ULTRY Dressed to Your Order Ut Wholesale Prices Purchase your fowls alive, we dress j tlietii FI IKK while you wait, or call Clmmpu 10R2, tell us what you want, we will deliver the following day. Live or dressed. Satisfaction gua ran teed. Quality Poultry & Egg Co. Wholesale and Retail 1434 Market Street THE EGGERT ICE CO. Price— Service —Satisfaction ARTESIAN AND NATURAL ICR j Main 8095. Third and Walnut Streets Hungarian Flour Mills Hungarian Highest Patent Flour The Pioneer Feed and Flour House of the West PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS , Mention the Jewish News when pur j chasing from our advertiser- I j Made Only In Denver fc' r fill ~ s t>j THE MERCHANTS BISCUIT COMPANY MichaeJson's Unloading Sale is taking the town by storm. A $500,000 stock to be disposed iof quickly and price cutting before Christmas instead of after, in order to do three times the usual business. Don’t stand upon the coming but come at once. UlteSlMtwrck cc*Nt»> _ LARIMCRr D«nv«r' Jewish Types in Ameri can Fiction (Continued from Pace One.) and habits of tin? newcomers and. ac cordingly. made use of them in its let ters as the comic element. But it did not take long and yester day's immigrant became the articulate fiction writer of today and he wrote in the longue of his adopted country. He was first to write about himself, bis dreams atul longings, of his hard ships uml struggles, of the few joys and numerous sufferings ou the new soil. To this period beloug the ear lier storiPs of Abraham Cahan uml a few others whose very numes have sunk into tin* oblivion of our tumul tuous. rushing existence. Loading out Wir the present the question of- talent to be found iti these works, there is not the slightest doubt that tlies • Im migrants gave of the very essence of their hearts and souls to their new country, and it is equally true, that their works were but little appreeiated by their contemporaries. Again, the ! boy in short trousers was uot inter ; ested to liud out what was going on in tin* deepest reet*sses of the souls of I tln*se aliens and strangers. Vet the thirst for self-expression ! ou the part of the neweonicrs could ; not lx* suppressed and a tier a short | interval, found once more its way into print. This was the second ix*riod. the j period of “llidi. I’ugliaecio.' when the 1 immigrant, with aching soul ui-.l bleed ing heart, put ou a down's mask and j began to delight his atidieuce with all j sorts of funny antics. It was then 1 tluit match-maker i«aphlowilch, hi; I < onfere Keidausky and hist but not j least our friend?. Pettish and l'erl tuutter, made their uppeuruiice. This move, was indeed, a success, at least insofar as the material well-being of the authors was concerned Jl Is an old story that children appreciate a circus performance much more than •Hamlet” or even 'Twelfth Nig'jt." | And so. pseud''-comical Jewish types I hccaini* the vogue in American fiction. I and gained great popularity with all • asses of rea 1 *rs. More years passed, and American j fiction took a *1 *w turn Like every- I tiling else from lOuropc realism was l also late in reaching this country, but | cine it did and ha* been wending Its j way to tin* American reader sl.wvly but surely during tb? last decade or "itli the advent of realism there | came also a new era for the Tew In | American fiction. Not only lias the i number of Jewish authors increased. | but uon-Jewisli writers have begun to ; pay more attention to Jewish types, t The former begun to write novels and ' 'bi rf storii*s in wliieh they have tried I ' icstly .and to 'lie host of their abil ity. to represent the Jew. both the im migrant ami the one whose- great grandparents bad emigrated to this J country .and this was flu* rc.*l dawn . "f the Jewish type in American litera ture. As for the nun-Jewish American authors, like their Russian colleagues, they begun to regard the Jew u'»t only as a curiosity, but as a subject well worth while studying and portraying in their works. It will be tlu* object of the subse quent articles to take up each pe riod in detail, to point out the good ami bud work done so far and to at tempt to outline the path which that part of American fiction dealing with Jewish type- w ill .or ought io treat. I JOSEPH M. HERMAN, PRESIDENT MANUFACTURER OF BOSTON DIES. i»ift l'or Charily offered City in H*' s Memory. Jteepli M. Herman. veteran manu facturer of Boston, died in Atlantic City. December l). He was usually ..re ferred to as tile • lH*an of the Clmji ties." He was an indefatigalde wo’rk er for ail rhai is best and noble. Hi* was probably the. best; *kuowut mairufaeturer of army aud iisjvy'sbocs in America, having been engaged.in that line since the Spanish-American war. His professions of love fOtj liis country were. not empty. hollbw phrases'. • His deeds proved that it wa. to . 'Diirjrtel the world war he turned], over liis jihAij jii) Millis to the goyrn.- incut, devoting* Jti , entire the production of siloes tor the ne* . army. He was tji* *us>vurd • of> merit hy the government fPr effi-J deucy in fulfilling war contracts. For over :JD years Mr. Herman was treasurer of the Leopold Morse Home. He was president of tin* A. C. Itafis- ; hesky Foundation aud first vice-pres ident of tlu* Federated? Jewish CJiari , i . k . r f . 1 1 '. 5 *.. * He was l»orn in* Alten-Kanstudt. Bamberg. Germany, coming to Ameri ca when 1 1 years old. He came to Boston as a shoe salesman in 187-1. Mr. Herman leaves u wife, three daughters. Mrs. S. .l i Burnet of Lyjm.' Mrs. James X. Uosenl>erg of Xf?w York and Mrs. C. Salomon sof Ja maica Plain. aud a lirotlier, Leonard M. Herman of Chicago. A gift of &.MXM) was given to Mayor | Peters in memory of Mr. Herman. It roads as follows: ** lit memory of Joseph M. Herman, whose death is not only our deep per sonal sorrow hut a heavy 10-** to the city, state ami e<#tmtry whidli In* so intensely loved and so well served, wo send you herewith a small sum aud ask that It bo expended, under your* direction, toward making the holiday season a happier one for the poor of Boston. Whether this money lie used to help provide coal, clothing, food cr medicines., or otherwise, we leave entirely to you, or such agency us you may designate, asking «mly. as Mr. Herman would have wished, that it he expended without regard to race, color or creed." The check given to the mayor by the delegation which called on him ami which was hcad«*d hy Charles B. Strecker, president of the Kqultahle Trust Company, and perspuXl friend nf * Mr. Herman. ' T lw mayor immediately announced that it would be distributed in four equal parts, to the Salvation Army, the Boston Post Santa Claus fluid, the Boston American Christmas Iwtsket fund, tin* Boston Record Coal Club. THREATENED EXPULSION OF JEWISH REFUGEES FROM VIENNA. (J. C. B. Service) New York —Tlu* American Jewish Congress today maiU* public tlu? fol lowing : On DocoiuIht 2nd. tlu* Provisional Organization for an Auicricun Jewish Congress received a mbit* from Yieu nu with reference to the threatened expulsion of the Jewish refugees of which there are now ubout ."MMMHl in that city, the cable having been sent by Dr. Strieker in India if of tin* Zion ist organization, the Jewish National Council. Austria delegation. National Council of blast Calicut and the \Vien or Moi'gen/.eitnng. The cable follows: ''Itepresentatiyes slruclitic 1’niou visited the provincial governor and de manded expulsion of Calician reftigees. Professor laintcrhach of . (’iueinnati who spoke to tin* governor is a wit ness. Conferences .held between Jew ish bank managers and auti-Kciuit’<• Ministers to spare the native Jews a ink expel easterners. I/living election campaign for Parliament and Jewish community expulsions \vgs the battle , cry against tin* Zionists. Jewish uni-, versify. professor members of I'nion i Alliance passive regarding exelnsion i Jewisli students from high schools.-' Present puroly anti-Semitic govern. i ment. Hanger increased by Dr. Kuhn i from Berlin manager Joint distrilm i tiotr eonmiittce Who is present hero and wants to remove refugees. Joint's ' assistance is connected with uliovc < mentioned eneiniw. Pray call mass I demonstrations in helm if of refugees. | Appeal to Vienna governmiYit. Lead- j ing Jews siiould intervene with New | York Joint in regard to Kalin/’ Immediately after the receipt of this 1 cable the hmttcr was considered lij tin* Administrative eommittee which * decided to take up with our (Joveru meiit the matter of the threatened ex | pulsio*.i and to eonununieate with tin Joint Distribution committee with re-1 gard to the charges made against Dr. j Bernard Kahn. The following tele- J gram was addressed to the State De- . part men I "We an* greatly distillled by most ; urgent dispatches from Vienna lx*- seeching us to iuterveiie with our (lov i eminent to avert the tragedy of ex pulsion of tens of thousands of Cali cJau Jewish refugees from Vicuna. W» believe that uu appeal from you thru I THE DENVER JEWISH NEWS The Outstanding- Offer of The Sale •'; - A I y"Y AA Women’s 9-inch black kid boots, at a I I I*" saving of $5.05 the pair. Saturday these (T> AQC | W will be the stellar leader 6f a stellar sale, *P /I and you’d best be on hand early to get Values yours f0r...., 1 » ' . •. lo - ,t - ■ ? -■ < .1.. V• 1 : » _ . Selling Shoes for th,o niwu- Leave the housework go to facturer is proving popular morrow morning and make a with, Tober patropa. There visit to this store the first will never be a time when - concern after breakfast we can’t rely on prompt re- Such an item as this waits sponse from Denver’s people. " j not for breakfast dishes. This sale includes the New Dardanella lor women, in black 7<W /mL and duH kid, with full Louis sobered.heels, $l2 values at $5.95; jm/ ■ I /- ““rV black and brown kid boots"' 9- and 10-inch tops, $l5 Value at J j j "'57.95; field mouse boots, 9-inch tops, $l2 value at $5.95; pearl vSV # gray Cleo ties, full Louis covered heels, $l2 value at $4.95; it! Ills M f ’ men’s black and brown dull kid, English lasts (also in high WtS ' bLj 'il J ] toes), Goodyear welt, $lO value at $5.95. We have these lead- /S y ers in all sizes and widths. They are only a few items in our store full of bargains which we offer you beginning Saturday 1 f at LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICES. t* The Tcber Guarantee is behind every sale. Mail 65c Children’s Hose ! order customers can rely on every statement we f° r make, and we ship by parcel post anywhere in the S° me ° rfol ;-, is ?' t “• **»” United States ” ,om m iIU J | 1521 LAWRENCE STREET 1 the American mission would uvuil to ' prevent inflicting this added calamity : | upon a terribly stricken helpless popu. j hitloii who have fled to Vienna as only i 1 refuge from persecution, hunger, po j grorns. MOIUUS ItOTHKNBEKG. j Chairman Executive committee Pro j visional American Jewish I’ongress. } "HTKi'HKX S. WISE. ! i Chairman Committee on Political Status of Jews In Blaster*i Europe. M > To which tin* State Department re plied : i The receipt is acknowledged «>f $*our telegram of December 2. 11)20, address-! I ed to the Secretary of State, in which you request that an appeal he made i thru the American Mission in Vienna ' to prevent the expulsion from that ; i city of tens of thousands of Galician j I Jewish refugee. In reply you are informed that il i is at present tin* understanding of tIf-* | State Department that during tin* way a greait number of people l'led from! Galicia ami elsewhere to Vienna at the! time of tin- Russian advance and tbu: j lor some months the Austrian govern. I meat has been considering means tu r.e , turn these people 4 * to their homes as a measure'of rehof from the danger-1 I ously overcrowded conditions iu Vieu | :ui. Inquiry lias, however, been made | of the American (.'bjmuissiouer flirt 1 Cull information uh to the reported hi-: tentiou to expel Ualiciun Jews from' ' Vienna. lu connection with the churgi'sj | upuinst Dr. Kahn. Mr. Velix tf. J i burg forwarded to the Congress Coni- j 1 mittee a letter from lije Joint Ills-! J Si'ihution committee's European direr ter. in which the charges are ’em i ■ plmtirally denied. FRENCH JEWS HONORED. In commemoration'of tin; jiibilee of! tin* French Kepnblic nnn'the miniver- j miry of tlu* armistice, special services were held in all tlic ayliu&ogs of Paris, In connection with tiie celebration, tlcneral Camille I>.*vi. military gover- 1 •or of lniuKirk, has het-n prompted j Commander of the Legion of Honor, ills native town in Alsace unmet!' a street “Uuu de Oenerul liovi” in liis honor. An election which was recently held j at the Academic lies Inscriptions cl Ilellc.s-Lcttrc* rcsnltirU i:i Uie appoint.- j. ment uf I’roL’essor tjlotf, us a nniidu-r ( of the Academy. He is professor, of Creek History at-the Intvereity ot Paris .and js Hit* aitllio;- .<f a number j of valuable works tin Creek Law. Willi j t lie* appointment of Professor Clot/, j there are now twelve .lews members' of (Mid or Ihe oil MM* »>f the Academies. 4 They are - Messrs. Henri Burgium. l llddamard. 'l.ippnmn ami • Whin!. I Itninsoh'viff. Lev.v-ljnilil.- Lvoii-Cne’.i. j Kaphalt'. Courses Levy. Clot/.. Solomon! Itcjha'Cli. Theodor ItciWach and Baron Ktlinoml' dt* itollis -liild; M. S.vlvnin Ilalff, 'the Paris earn* j political of i.endow .Jewish Chroni cle, lias been appointed Chevalier of I I la* Legion of Honor for services ren-1 tiered during the war. in which he serv ed as a captain iw I lie Interpreters'j (*orps. ■ DUTCH COMMITTEES FOR RELIEF OF DESTITUTE JEWS FORMED. The various Dutch com milt cos for? Keller of the Destitute .lews of Middle! Europe arc ovonvliolmod by inquiries and requests wliieli jrive evidence of the misery and need of our fellow be. Hovers ia Middle and East Europe. In order to avoid us nn\eli as pos-j .sitde the difficulties wliieli tile solv ing of these problems offers to file individual eomuntt'ies Jiie following! i I organization# i. c. Committee for the ! .victims of Pogroms in East Europe, I Jtolief committee fop the starving 1 Foreign Jewish Children and tin; | Committee for the Jewish Trunsmi -1 grunts and Fugitives in Holland liuvo I united into one Ceutrul-Orgunizution. ! Ainstordaiuseh Ilulpwcrk yoor iiuiteu. j landscjie ‘ Jodcn (Amsterdam Relief committees for Foreign Jews) which 1 Is under honorary presidency of the ’ Thief liahhi of Amsterdam Dr. Ondcr wyzor. The representatives «»f the | above mentioned committee arc: Mrs. : H. Konyn-Prins. Mrs. Slyper-Asscher. j liahhi Sarlouis Mr. van Dion. Dr. j I'riedeniann and Mr. izak l’riijs, wliiL* i tin* office of tile Centra I-Organization : is under supervision of Justice Dr. Isidore Hen, to whom all eoinuiuniea i lions are to Ik* directed. | The office address is: Hours v. d. , Diamanthandel. Weesperpleiu 1. Kum or 22. Amsterdam. Dr. i. '/. Tnuh, assistant sitpcriie temlent of the Detroit, Midi.. House of Correction, has liceti presented witli a silver loving cup hy the inmates of tin* prison as a mark of their apprecia tion of the new disciplinary system now uhtaining at the xirlson. The sys tern was instituted by Dr. Xaub.