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A bountiful family reunion will be bold in Denver this weei; iu honor of the 00th birthday of one of the most prominent Jewish women in the city. Mrs. Serupliinu Pisko celebrates her natal day on the first day of the year, and all the sisters and brother with , their families from coast to coast will be Jiere in honor of the event. Much entertaining both in and on: of the futility circle is being arranged for the guest of honor and the visi tors. Among the affairs arranged are a family dinner, Sunday, January 2, 'at the Morris residence, a reception at the Degen residence Monday eve ning. and a dinner by Mr. and Mrs. L. 11. Unldiunn, Tuesday evening, u luncheon by Mrs. Jennie Lesser. Sat urda.v. January S. Mr. atid Mrs. Arthur Eppstein, a brother, aud daugh ters of Portluml. Ore., reached Den ver Tuesday. Mrs. Sam Meyer, Mrs. Julia Cans, sisters; aud Mrs. Maurice HirshfleUl. a cousin, of New York, ar rive Thursday and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Levingstou. sister, of Waterloo, lu., will reach Denver, January 2. The Jewish News extends its sincere good wishes and hope's that many, many years of good health may he granted Mrs. Pisko to continue her useful anil beneficent life. Mr. aud Mrs. Win. L. Degen, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Truest Ulorris will l»e at home Mon day evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Win. L. Degen. 1311 Race street in honor of Mrs. S. Pisko. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Levingstou of Waterloo, la.. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Epstein, Port- land, Ore.. Mesdauies Julia Dans. Sam Meyer and Meyer Hlrshfield of New York. No cards. Miss Rose Scbecliter of 174. r > Irving street was the recipient of a beauti fully arranged surprise party Satur day night, December 25. The guests participating were: Misses Anna Wumlul. Anna Husuinn, Anna Sosuey Anna Rothschild. Ray Ureeublatt. Bessie Greenberg, Sarah llaruseu, Itessie Mllstclii, Rose Olde. Mildred oide, Sadie Messelson, Goldie Miller Lillian Newlauder, Etta Cohen, Frances Lehrman, Itessie Eliuan. Edith Klein. Elsie Klein, Ida Rubin. Rose Agren, Helen Klein, Rose Vlad. Leonu Kuchal. Esther Kuelmi. Ammie Bronsteln. Messrs: Jack Oreut, I)aW Wiiiogiad. Morris ltadsou, Morris Rubin, Isadore Greenblatt, Abe Green licrg. Sam Itarasen, Harry Kaufman. Rudolph Susiuan. Jack Olde, Mr. Wayne. Nut Miller. Jack Platkin, Leo Cohen. Frank Robins. Joe ltloom. Lou Louiuut. Albert Cohen. William Agren. Farid Tanneiihaum. Mr. Meyer, Mr. Wolf. William Goldberg. Mk and Mrs. Lou Cohen, Mr. aud Mrs. Abe Eller. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Uosmnu, Mr. anil Mrs. A. Superstein, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Greenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cohen \ Mr. and Mrs. Jack Outteriuun, Mr. and Mrs. Mux Schechter, Mr. F. Agren. MiV D. Klein. Miss Martha Fischer of Lou Angeles, reached Denver last week. She is the guest of her brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Max Fischer. Miss Rose Levenc, of Colorado Springs is u guest at the Savoy hotel for over the week. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ripley were the hosts at u dinner Tuesday eve ning in honor of their daughter, Beth, mid Mr. Leslie Lyon of Kansas City, whose engagement has Just been an nounced. Miss Ripley aud Mr. Lyon left Wednesday for Kansas City, to spend New Year’s with Mr. Lyon’* parents before her return to Smith College. Mrs. D. E. Harlem presided at a beautiful luncheon Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kiven an liounce the engagement of their daugh ter, Sadie to Philip Tyor. j Mrs. lleulah Schreiber is recovering from a severe attack ot touillitis. The I’i Tau I*l entertained at a dinner dunce Monday evening at the Adams hotel, complimentary to Miss Beth Ripley and Mr. Leslie Lyon, a Kansas City I*l. INDEPENDENT RELIGIONS SCHOOL NOTES. The Independent Religious ftchool children wore the guests of the Bialto theater Tuesday. Mrs. A<lolpli Mor ris ehaproned forty children of the school to the then ter. The school meet in regular sessions each Sunday morn ing at 1200 loth street. There la room for u few more to Join this school. A Jewish Hoy Scout troop under the direction of Scout Master Hurwitz meet every Thursday evening in room 17, 1200 15th street. The Young Boys’ Hebrew Associa tion meets- regularly every Tuesday evening at room 17. 1200 13th street. There are over 50,000 Jews in Bag dad. Mrs. Emma Levy left Wednesday I for Louisville. Ky., where she will join j her sister. Mrs. Bcrubcimcr. They I will later go to I'uliq Bcu<*h for an j extended stay. Mr. and Mrs. Nut Goldsmith ex ; tended tl»e hospitality or their hotue I to friends Wednesduy eveuiug. The active members of the Alpha j Epsilon Phi Sorority will entertuin at I a dunce lor their pledges at the Adams ' Hotel, December do. Miss Herminu Tuuuenbuum attend | ed the convention of the Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority us the delegate of the Lambda chupter of Denver University. The convention occured December 20- 28 ut the Aator Hotel, New York City. Mr. und Mrs. Duve Laozlue, of 1057 High street, celebrated their first wed ding anniversary, Dec. 25th. Mr. Dave Calm and daughter, Betty, left for Boston Tuesday evening, where Miss Calm will be married to Henry Kaufman, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Kaufman, of Brookline, on January 2. A surprise silver anniversary party was given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. A. Stein by the Misses Dorothy and Mary Zerobuiek, Sunday, December 25th, 1020. Covers were laid for fif ly-two guests. The Bride's club will meet with j Mrs. Melvin Hehlesuiuger Tliursduy. Mr. und Mrs. D. Goldstein anuounee the engagement of their daughter, Bessie, to Mr. Philip Sussil, of thi.< city. Mr. and Mrs. Max tin* hospitality of their home at u hard time dance Suturduy night. Cov ers were laid for forty. Miss Bertha Seligsohn has rcturncl from an extended visit in Kunsas city. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Tyor enter tained Sunday evening complimentary to Miss Sudie Kivan and Philip Tyor. Mr. und Mrs. Puul Brooks announce the engagement of their duughter, Lucille Lilliau, to Mr. Abe L Levy. Miss Anna Flnesilver and Mr. Nate HUyerman, whose engagement has u-ceutly been announced, were enter tained by the Inseparable Four and a nmultcr of their friends last Suturduy evening. A midnight lunch was serv ed. The decorations were carried out iu pink and white. Mrs. Edward Mayer presided at u luncheon Wednesday complimentary ro Mrs. Siushciuier of Chicago, am) Mrs. Arthur Epstein of t»ortUiud. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Englander will Ik* the hosts at a dinner Saturday, January Ist. Mr, and Mrs. A. E. Iteubcn announce the engagement of their duughter, Belle, to Mr. Lulls Skass. Mr. and Mrs. Max Fisher, formerly of 1017 South Williams street, will be glad to see their friends at their new home ut 1451 Gilpin. The news of the engagement of Miss Clara AugcnbUck to Mr. Chas. Gold stein of Ambrldge, Pa., cuuie a a a great surprise to her many Deuver friends. Miss Augenbilck is visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Braun of Pittsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore D. Biorda. 1740 Geneva street, Aurora announce the birth of a 12% pound son. Sat urday, Dec. 25. Mother and lathy do ing well. Mr. and Mrs. H. Schwa lb left for California to spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. A. Abrams extended tlie hospitality of their home to friends Monday evening. Mrs. Sol Jacobs entertained twelve at a Xmas dinner and will entertain twelve at a New Year’s dinner. The Misses Anita Lesser and Rose Weiss were the hostesses at a sleigh ing party Saturday evening compli mentary to Miss Beth Ripley. GRACE FILKINS RETURNS TO STAGE. Grace Fllkins, noted American ac tress, ImM returned to the stage. Dur ing the week she baa Inea appearing in Cleveland in “Clarence.” A year ngo last July her husband. Hear Ad miral Adolph Marix, U. S. N.. passed away at their summer home in Glou cester, Mass., at the age of 71. The present stage engagement of Mias Fil kina is her first since her retirement some time ngo. The famous actress Is the daughter of a Brooklyn rabbi and the mother of Mrs. Nikolai Boko loff of Cleveland. Mr. Bokoloff is the director of the Cleveland orchestra and a musician of national fame. Subscribe to the Jewish News. PUEBLO, COLO. By onr special correspondent, J. I). Mrs. C. W. CxarllnsLy entertained at a dinner dance at tbe Congress Hotel. Thursday evening, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Czarlinsky of Baton, New Mexico, who are a bride and groom of the past week. Sweet peas were the table decorations and the ml and white color scheme was carried out in tbe place cards which Were held to the glu*ses by red par rots. The favors were red satin hearts filled with red aud white heart sliup <*d mints. After the dance Mr. and Mrs. Czarlinsky left for Baton where they will make their future home. The guests present were: Mr. atul Mrs Morris Renter, Mr. and Mrs. Buy Mil ler, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Czurlinsky. Miss Noru Hheplierd, Miss Bona l'en ter, Mrs. A. Weinberg. Isudore ren ter, Irving Hertz, Mr. Hurnholtz of Denver aud Mr. (ioldsmith of Den ver. Mrs. Morris renter entertained the Tea Fe club and a few friends at her home Thursday evening. Bridge was enjoyed at four tables, after which a delicious three course luncheon was served. The dluing room wus artistic, ally decorated in pink and white, uml from a Ih‘ll of sweet peas, kewples and hearts, which hung over the dluing table, pink and white ribbons lead to u rose at each plate under which the guests found a little surprise card announcing the engagement of Miss Benu renter to Irving Hertz. Covers were laid for the Mesdumes I. Hertz. A. renter. S. Stone Sam Levin son of Trinidad, A. Schueberg of | Trinidad and Sam Bernstein, the Misses Benu renter. Rose Bernstein. Jessie Daviusky, Blanche Bosenhloom, Edna Stone, Bose, Surah and Bess Sell no berg, Lillian and Elsie renter aud the hostess. A pretty wedding ceremony was per formed last Sunday evening when Miss Freda Roth became the bride of Mr. Adolph Kohn at the home of t lie groom’s sister. Mrs. Ross man. Ituhhi H. Levine officiating. The bride wore u white satin gown and carried n shower boquet of roses, Miss Roth has for the past eight years made her home in rueblo with her Aunt and l-ucle, Mr. aud Mrs. H. Both, and her sunny disposition and pleasing per sonality have won her many friends here. After a short trip thru the western purt of the state the bride ami groom will make tlieir home in Omaha. Neb., where Mr. Kohn' Is engaged In business. Honoring Miss Rose Cohen, Mrs. H. Both entertained at a miscellaneous shower ut her home lust Monday after llOOU. Mrs. Isadore Rosen eutertalued Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. Roth at a uiscellaueous show er liohoriug Miss Freda Both whose engagement to Mr. Adolph Koli*i of Omaha was announced last week. Mr. and Mrs Adolph Stark announce the itiurriuge of their .niece, Miss Rose Coheei of Chicago to Isadore 'Stark. Sunday, December 20tb. The next meeting of the Nu lota club will be held af tbe home of Miss Pearl Roth. Mrs, Jack Upton who has been visit ing with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Ginzburg, for the past few weeks, left ou Monday for Kansas City to Jolu her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Llpton will then go on to St. Louis to speud the New Year season with Mr. Lipton’s brother and family. Mr. aud Mrs. Sidney Both und lit tle daughter, Maxine, of Denver are spending the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. H. Both, and will return to Den ver after the New Year, where Mr. Roth Is attending Denver University of Dental Surgery. Miss Jessie Davlnsky spent the week-end in Denver visiting with her cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Epstein. Mrs. M. Kohn and Mrs. Mux Kalin left on Mouday for New York to spend the Christmas season with Ltiskur Kahn. Mr. and Mrs. A. Schneberg and fam ily of Trinidad and Mr. Dave Selim* l*erg of Dawson, N. M.. are spending llie holiday season with tlieir sisters, the Mrs. M. Horowitz uml the Misses Surah, Rose ami Bess Schneberg. The Misses Mina Koperlick, Clara and Ethel Levy who are attending the University of Colorado in Boulder are home during the Christmas holidays. Miss Sadie Lelser who is attending Colorado College at Colorado Springs is home during the mid-winter vaca tion. CHEYENNE. By our special correspondent, M. C. The Jewish circle met with Mrs. Jacob Sherman. December 22. After the business of the meeting the ladles sewed aprons. Light refreshments were served. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Ralph Adamsky on January fi. at which time clectlou of officers will occur. Israel Zangwlll lias hud his latest book copyrighted in Palestine. Here’s one book at any rate which is not one of “The Children of the Ghetto.” — Canadian Jewish Chronicle. THE DENVER JEWISH NEWS DRASTIC REDUCTIONS ON OUR ENTIRE SToCK OF 3riltf*QttanaSta in ourßia yjw———»n■ n«. i January "«rOU’VE been hoping for, and we’ve been m Y anxious to give you, the old-time (1914) CIII.LC 1 * prices on high-grade, DEPENDABLE Clothing—and here it is. Beginning Mon- IQ day morning, your free Choice any Suit or Overcoat The best vour money can buy. Clothing designed In rw and made by HIRSCH-WICKWIRE, STEIN- In Our Entire Stock at BLOCH, RIMMEL & ALLSOP, SKOLNEY, GOODMAN & SUSS. Every suit and overcoat V U guaranteed to give absolute satisfaction. LAT ■ EST STYLES, fabrics, patterns, colors in every B man’s size to suit every man’s taste. Bf I Values Up to $lOO fi I All Other Suits and Overcoats in Two Big Lots I ■ Values to $4O Values to $65 H I *25 *35 ■ Watch Your Step, Sir— 8 ■ Thousands of suits and overcoats are leaving New York every Wfl! ' Hg ■ week for January Clearance Sales. It is NOT the kind of mer- tv" I chandise carried by this store; it is merchandise made up JUj gai S ’ to sell at an alluring price—regardless of Quality. Mer- Hr chandise in this sale is stock we have been selling H rightalong. NOT A SINGLE SUIT or O’COAT PUR- IjWLiT |Bp WOT’i I riiil,W S 5 . CHASED FOR SALE PURPOSES, but every one ■jMK'MWMm !/if//, f 3 a COTTRELL Suit and O'Coat made by Amer- ica’s and England’s foremost tailors. The lin- mnyX* LjM est lines of Men’s Clothing we’ve ever had. VuMOnv nCtSwiM We challenge you to match them any- Qomomhor where. We have determined to “Clear fiaMMWv*. ,V'TO7fi IKeniKUIUVf the Decks”—s2s, 535, $45 wiU do it. J■n¥'l|V This Class of mei-chan- Come early and get first choice. disc enables us to say Not a single Suit, not a single f IgßiMU"\ \>\ “Your Money CHEER- k O’® oBl reserved—the entire FULLY Refunded if You stock "" Are not Entirely Satisfied” MORROW at 9A. M. i'|!|WiwMKillinlN Wffl Vnn' a (gat*#-)?® JEWISH DELEGATIONS COMMIT TEE WILL MEET EARLY IN JANUARY. (J. C. B. Service.) Paris—Tin* committee of Jewish delegations will have n genernl meet ing In this city on January fltli. A large nuinlior of members of the Greater Executive are expected to lie present. PROFESSOR WEIZMANN WILL BE HERE IN FEBRUARY. (J. C. n. Senrlc®) London—Professor Weiamnun will not bo In the United States before February according to plans made public. 11c will visit Canada where lie will attend the Zionist convention at the end of Jamtnry. liefore pro ceeding to the United States. PLAN TO INTRODUCE AMERICAN MONEY IN POLAND. Warsaw, Doc. 12.—The constant ful' In the value of Polish money, is re sponsible for persistent rumors to the effect that the l’olish government will soon abolish its national currency anti substitute In Its place the American dollar as a unit. That the Jews are a blit factor In the social, ns well ns the commercial life of New York City. Is seen in tile exclusive Itlta-Carlton liotel of tills city co-operating last week In provid ing a strictly Kosher dinner at a wedding. The Astor. Gotham. Hilt more. Waldorf-Astoria and other lead ing hotels had already fallen Into line. —Hebrew Standard. NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN. Executive Committed Meets. The first meeting of the executive committee whs held at Brooklyn, New York, on Wednesday, Decemlier lßtli. , at which Miss ltose Brenner presided. Those present were Mesdames Leo. 11. Here, of New Iluven. William D. Spur, borg, of Port Chester, New York. ! Henry Bporborg, of Albany, New York, and Max I). Margolls, of Philadelphia, members of the executive committee, 1 and Mrs. Harry Bternberger, executive . secretary. Messages of regret were . received from Mrs. Israel Cowell, or Chicago, first vice-president and Alvin i L. Bauman of St. Louis, Mo., tlie Nu . tioual Treasurer. Mis* Brenner pre seiited the program of activities for the consideration of the committee, in 1 eluding plans relating to Immigrant Aid, Reconstruction work, and extei.- ! sion efforts including Europe, Canada, Cuba and the United States. The pro posed budget for the ensuing year was also considered and action was taken [ upon all recommendations and resolu tions referred to the executive com -1 mittee by the Denver Triennial. New Haven Anniversary, i The New Haven section observed its i tenth anniversary on Thursday, Do * cornier 10th. with a very eleboratc » program. Miss Rose Brenner, of Brooklyn, New York, president of the Council of Jewish Women spoke on the • influential position that this section - has held in the counsels of the Na tional organization, and aroused great interest on the part of her audience I in tin* enlarged program of the Coun cil for the coming year. Mrs. Caesir Misdi, who lmd organized the New , Haven Section ten years ago. was pres • eut und extended a tribute to the Section upon its remarkable progress ; • and successful work. Mrs. la*o. 11. lierz. National Chairman of the Spe • eial committee on work for women oi; J the Farms referred in the course of • her address to the achievements of this • section in promoting the cause of the • Council in the State of Connecticut. • Mrs. Sumuel Muhlfelder, president or • the New Haven section presided. Itep • resentatives were present from the j r Hartford, Stamford, and Bozrahville • sections. The Bozrahville represents - tive bringing greetings from a com munity in which successful work has - been accomplished by the committee on work among women on farms. t Farm Work ;uid Americanization. Miss Bose Brenner, newly elected • President of the Council of Jewish • Women, addressed the Federation of • Jewish Farmers, on December lltli. • ut its twelfth annual convention, held • at the Educational Alliance, of New York City. Miss Brenner indicated in the course of her address what the Council of j Jewish Women Ims recently achieved in its new field of work among the • Jewish Women on Farms. f Miss Amelia GreenwaUl. organizer ; und director of work for women on ■ farms for the National Council of i Jewish Women, attended the recent - county conference of Americanization t work at New York City. Miss Greenwnld is enroute to Itlinca tii discuss with Ih-an A. U. Mann nml Miss Martha Van Itcnnsalncr of the i State College of Agrlcnlturo f a pro gram of co-operation with the home and farm bureaus. “Our work is I primarily among Jewish women, hut we do not stop at creeds,” said Miss i (Jreenwald. “We aim to bring our work before the foreign-horn women who are isolated on farms anti by so > doing, make them happy and content ed to stay there.” Miss Greenwald told of the labora tory work lieing done in Ulster a*ul Sullivan counties where the represen ‘ | tetivea of the Council of Jewish Worn • en are co-operating with the American ization workers and the Immigrant division «>f tin* State Department of ■ Kilties tion. The program includes “ English. civics, naturalization classes, instructions at methods of marketing product ami demonstrations given by 1 borne and farm bureau agents. Mrs. Harry Sternberger. newly elect ed Executive Secretary of the Council i>f Jewish Women recently addressed ' a joint meeting at Paterson, New Jersey, bold under the auspices of the Barnert Memorial Temple Sisterhood on the subject “The Solution That Solves,” members of both sisterhood ' ami the Paterson section of the Coun cil of Jewish Women attended and it was felt that the spirit of cooperation in behalf of community needs was ' fostered thru this joint program. t The B'mil B’ritli Lodge of Montreal, i Canada, which was dormant for a number of years, has been revived with i every indication of permanency.