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Phone Champa 63-15 List Your Property With Us I. E. Schachet 619 E. a: C. Bldg. —a— Beginning Friday. April 22, Pass* over Week we will serve Matzos and delicious Passover Specialties Silver’s Restaurant (Kosher) 1731 CURTIS STREET ■ Regular Meal 55 Cents , If you want to enjoy a real PESACH MEAL rail at ' Newmans Restaurant 1109 Eighteenth St. Tel. M. 4918 >. ■ Plume York 52H3 ALL WORK GUARANTEED * BERMAN TIKE A- RUBBER CO. 1760 Humboldt Street Denver, Colo. VutennUing. Retreading, Accesnorle* New nnd used Tires t Work called for and delivered For First Class * Paperhanging and Painting Call » N. T. SEGAL 2246 Williams St. Tel. York 6854-*! “Nothing in our national life Is more important than the fullest and best' * facilities for the education of our chil dren.” Social News l’assover was ushered iu with Seder services in any number of homes in which an ever increasing nmul>er of fnwlies are participating in this city. It can be seen that the beau tiful home ceremony is making a fresh appeal to the present generation. A few among those who celebrated, sur. rounded by friends and relatives, were: Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lehman, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Price. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Marx, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Harlem, Mr. and Mrs. H. Kossman, Mr. and Mrs. B. Willens, Messrs, and Mesdaincs A. Friedman and Joseph Silversmith. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. I. Berman. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Levy. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Cohen, Mr. mid Mrs. Morris Sehayer, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Lorber, Mr. and Mrs. .1. N. Rachofsky. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Block, Mr. and Mrs. S. Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs. L. Sherman. Mr. Mrs. A. Dunievitz, Mr. and Mrs. A. levin, Mr. i.ud Mrs. J. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. D. Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. L. Wandel. Dr. and Mrs. Emanuel Friedman. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schwartz, jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hurwitz, Mr.andMrs.Schiff. Mr. and Mrs. Frumess. Mr. and Mrs. S. Hornbein. Mrs. Mellman, Mr. and Mrs. Brlcker. Mr. and Mrs. Salmth, Mr. and Mrs. J. ZerobnleK, Ilev. and Mrs. M. Shreiber Mr. and Mrs. J. Sarobnick. Mr. and Mrs. F. Bloom, Mr. • and Mrs. Messcl, Mr. and Mrs. It. S.! Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs. L. Sherman and the A. K. Club. Mrs. Ben Kobey, of Aspen, has beeu brought to Denver and is ill at Mercy hospital. Mrs. Hnrry Isaacson and infant daughter are visiting relatives in Lit tle Rock. Mrs. Joseph Silver uuuounces the marriage of her daughter. Stella to Mr. Edward Berger of New’ York City on April 21. Dr. Wm. S. Friedman per formed the ceremony at his residence. After a dinner at the Brown Palace Hotel for the immediate family, the young couple left for n two weeks’ motor trip thru the state. Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Lichtenstein have as their house guest their mother, Mrs. Lichtenstein of New York. She is enroute to her home from a seven mouths’ visit iu California. They were the hosts at a supper Sunday evening iu lier honor. Mr. and Mrs. Morton David an nounce the birth of u son ut Mercy Hospital, F’ridny April 22. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harris will bo the hosts at a dinner Saturday eve ning iu honor of their wedding auul versurv. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lowenheiin ex tended the hospitality of their home to friends at a dinner last Thursday eve ning. Mrs. Harry Wohlgemuth and little daughter leave Thursday for an east ern visit which will include St. Louis. Cleveland and Cortland. N. Y.. where she will visit her sister, Mrs. Abe Louis. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Learner and family of Casper. W.vo.. have moved to Denver to muke their future home They are located at 04!» Steele street and will be at home to their friend* after May 1. Mr. and Mrs. M. >L Hamer, nee J buna Minnie t'hisdes, me the proud nml lmppy parents of a baby hoy born April 20. Mr. and Mrs. J. Rachofsky announce the birth of a son Inst Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Weil have mov ed to their new apartment ut the York Hotel Apartments. Mrs. Weil will I»e the hostess to the Bride’s club this week. Mrs. Henry Schwurtz. jr.. leaves for the East Sunday where she will visit relatives l»efore attending the Nation al Sisterhood meeting at Buffalo to which she is a delegate from Deuver. Mrs. I. Becker and daughter Jane reached Denver Wednesday after an extended visit in Eastern cities. They are located at the Argonaut Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Weinberg were, the hosts at u dinner Tuesday eve- j uiug. Mrs. PhoelHi Sommers will leave. May 1st in the interests of the Na tional Jewish Hospital and will travel 1 thru the Western states. Mrs. Ben Bergeruian of Pueblo is j the guest of Mrs. Meyer Friedman. Miss Carolyn Lehman is making a nice recovery from tin* operation sin* underwent at St. Joseph’s hospital Mon day. when her tonsils were removed. She has been able to return to her homo. Mr. and Mi’s. Max Sunshine and; daughter of Pueblo are visiting rela tives in Denver. Many affairs are being planned in her holier during her stuy iu the city. Mr. aiul Mrs. Adolph Mayer extend, ed the hospitality of tlioir home to friends at a dinner Muturduy evening. Miss Ethel Dunievitz has returned to her home after an extended visit with her sister, Mrs. Harry Golden, of Manitowae, Wis. Mrs. Golden also re turned with Iter for a visit to iter parents here. Mrs. George M. Harris will leave Monday for a ten days’ stay at Ex celsior Springs. Mrs. Dan Isaacs and children of Florence, Colo., is visiting her par ents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Amter. Mr. aud Mrs. S. Simon entertained at dinner Monday evening. Mrs. I. J. Kolinsky will be the hostess Thursday at a shower in honor of the Misses Rena and Esther Green - blatt. Dr. and Mrs. Win. S. Friedman will extend the hospitality of their home to friends Saturday evening at a din ner. Mr. and Mrs. Sorobnick. 1724 E. 22nd Ave.. will entertain Sunday afternoon in honor of the fourth birthday of their little daughter, Betty. Mrs. and Miss Levitsky arc making their home with their 'daughter and sister, Mrs. Louis Degen. Miss Anna Kachofsk.v of Loveland and niece, Miss Carolyn Meyer, who is attending school at Boulder, spent a few days in the city. Miss Bessie Milsteiu leaves for New' York alanit May 1st. Mrs. Saidee Sands entertained the Tuesday club this week. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lehman were the hosts at a dinner at Baur’s Mon day evening in honor of their wedding anniversary. Mrs. II. Talpers of Casper. Wyo.. has been visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. .1. Zerobnick for the past month. She was joined by her husband. Dr. Merman Talpers, Sunday, and after a week’s visit they will return to their home. Slv. ami Mrs. Kdfcartf'Mayor Extend ed the hospitality of their home to their friends Sunday by entertaining at a supper. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Itaube of Wichita Fails are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. Wnndel onroutc to their old home iu San Francisco. Miss Martha Shapiro left for Mi ami. Ariz.. to visit her brother and sister. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Itosenbcrg. They will motor to Ix»s Angeles from Miami. Miss Shapiro takes fids means nl bidding her friends good-bye. Mrs. L. H. Guldman and Miss Louise Goldman who have l»een visiting in New York are expected borne Satur day. Miss Tillle Ycsiiess was he hostess at a dinner given at her home Sunday. April 24. Tin* guests who enjoyed her hos pitality were Misses: May Squires, Esther Kuss, Dorothy Silver. Esther Winter, Bertha Sigman. Messrs. 4hjt Zucker, Albert Biegel. Morris Winter. Ilarry Ginsburg. Dave Winter, Charles Feldman, Joe Sumuclson. Mr. ami Mrs. A. 1>. Mllste» and fam ily have moved to their new home at ,%<t0 Eriierson. They will la* at home to their friends Sunday. May 1st. Mrs. Oscar Wetzlar and daughter, Amy. have gone to Xew York to at tend the Golden Wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Btelnbrlnk. par cuts of Mrs. Wetzlar. after which they will visit several Eastern resorts to spend the summer. Mrs. Simon Shapiro of Salt Lake is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. bam Amter. Mrs. W. E. Friddlo, of Harrisonburg, Vu.. is visiting her mother, Mrs. b. | Klingstcin. at 747 Cook St. — Mrs. Irwin Wertheimer and cli.l dren of Los Angeles arc the guests of ! her brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. j Nathaniel Ilulpcrn. Rabbi Dr. Isaac Her/.og, of Dublin, j bus accepted the invitation of the I Council or the Aduth Yisrocl Syuagog of London, England, to become its j labbi. Dr. Herzog, who will lake up I his ditties the first week in May. is , the son of Rabbi J. L. Herzog, now chief rabbi of the Russian anil Polish Jews in Paris. For some time he was assistant to his father in Paris, and was i n 1010 appointed minisleujii Bel. I last, migrating to Dublin, to hold a j similar appointment, in 11)1!*. ! Our trade with Germany during ltui ii mounted to $400,000,000. This | was «ir»::.00n.no0 below our biggest j : year’s business with that country. THE DENVER JEWISH NEWS COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN TO HAVE EVENING MEETING. I)raMu-Lit Circle to Present Plays. The Council of Jewish Women will again have an evening meeting after an interval of several years. The evening will no doubt prove very interesting an»l serve to revive tin* evening meeting ns a regular feature, especially as the program will be in the nature of a Little Theater performance, so popular thru the coun try at the present time. The Dra-Mu-Lit circle will present two plays before the Council Sunday evening. May 8 in the vestry rooms of Temple Emanuel. Some good musical minders will also be given. "The Last Jew.” a one act drumatie sketch h.v David Pinski. and "She Must Marry a Dbctor.” a one act comedy by Sliolom Alalctiem are the. plays to be presented. These plays have Iteen translated from the Yiddish and are by two of tin* l»est playwrights of the present day. The Drn-Mu-Lii Circle has a group of very talented young people whose efforts will no doubt prove very entertaining and well worth while. The election of officer* will be held May 18. This occurs during Music Week when an especially fine musical program will be presented under the leadership of Mesdamos K. Colin and I). E. Harlem. POPPY DAY CELEBRATION. Willi the official endorsement of Governor O. H. Slump and Mayor Dewey C. Bailey, both of whom have issued proclamations recognizing the civic character of the event, tin* grand patriotic rally and championship wrestling matches, to he held in the Auditorium next Monday night for the j benefit of the American and French Children's League will formally in-1 nugurate tlie drive, turnout the-Most,; for the celebration of Poppy Day, May j 28. The Auditorium meeting promises to he a record-breaker in the matter of patriotic demonstrations. The rally; is sponsored by tin; American Legion | which Ims named a committee of for ty. representing the ten Denver posts, and a general committee of the most j prominent men and women in Denvers . civic, social and business life. Considering the public character of the big event the city has donated the i Auditorium and Gov. Slioup will pro-: side. There will be brief addresses by the uidst eminent spenders in Denver. Jhit tlie drawing card will l*o the championship wrestling matches Ik?- , tween Kklund, who holds the world's title as light heavyweight ehumpion. and Hunuel, champion of the South ! west, and between J<*e (Toots) Mondt and JuVk Nelson. The League purposes to make au in-, tensive drive all over the country for j the wearing of the poppy on Memorial Day. May ISO. Millions of these pop ! pics have Ijoch made by the little chil- 1 dren of the devastated war zone in I France, who were left the victims ot ■ disease and fear as a result of the j war, and the proceeds of the poppy sale will he devoted entirely to the sustenance of these children thru tin League. Denver should show its civic; and patriotic pride by a generous out-j pouring at the Auditorium rally. THE CITADEL OF RELIGION. It is unfortunately nil too true tliat tin* modem practice docs not follow | the ancient teaching. Whilst for many i centuries the home was the citadel of | Jewish life. In nil too many instances: it is so no longer. The custom and ceremonies which sanctified the home | are still followed by many an ohscr-! vnnt family. Hut others, not so oh-i servant. have seen fit to relegate them I to entire ohseurity or to a mere per functory recognition. The strong dis-, dpiiue of Jewish custom Ims given • way t<» the pursuit of pleasure, which ( ignores the spiritual side of human nature and reduces life to, a wild , scramble for material things. Itcligi-i eus training Is relegatetl to the re ligious schools unless it is entirely neg- ] looted. That line of conduct is not ( in accord with sound Jewish prat-1 tice. The parents. hy the spirit which; doniinutes their homes, and witii the ; teaching hy example which often proves the host lesson, an* hound to do their share in rearing their fnuiilii* | in the love of Cod and in devotion to j the Jewish religion. The Jewish home I must l»e flu* citadel of Judaism, for its influence, felt dally and hourly. | readies further than any other in con-j serving our religious life.—Jewish Kx. | ponent. Thu Bible is u democratic book. It | sanctions no privileged classes. Itj gives no exclusive rights. It recoguiz- 1 es all men as being equal. It advu-! cates greut spiritual brotherhood, it speaks to men as individuals. U is j n guide In all things. It is to all uien | •*a lamp unto their feet and a light unto tlicir path." A man should hear a little music. ( read a little poetry, and see a fine picture every day of his life, in order that worldly cares may not obliterate j the sense of the bountiful which Clod j lias implanted iu the human soul.— Coe the. i — —————- Mlk /*|i\ a tfSHRi ms X U tf'cnu**'. * h***' “"t,* FATIMA CIGARETTES Liggbtt 8c Mmi Tobacco Co. CENTRAL JEWISH AID SOCIETY MEETING. ICcportK for Month of March. I Tlie Central Jewish Aid society held | its rcgulur meeting Monday evening I April 24. The news hoy problem was j ; discussed in every phase. Mrs. Kuy David, superintendent ot the Central Jewish Aid society, will attend the National Tuberculosis convention I which will meet iu New York June 14. and will later attend Jewish Social j Service conference in Milwaukee, June I is>-23. Financial Report. j Expenditures l'J-l 19"-d Admin, expenses ..$ 120.71) $ 102.30 j Drugs IJH) ! Salaries 475.00 2.»0.00 Cush Relief 1.084.50 1.138.01 Hoard 127.00 102.00 Rents 313.30 105.00 Coal 108.25 115.00 | Transportation 13.37 150.04 : ] .onus 205.00 385.00 j Cash Advances 1.080.80 1,080.30 : Miscellaneous 1.50 Total $3,000.01 $3,500.71 Statistical Report. Number of eases handled. 182: re lief eases. 85; social service eases. 07. | 1 Number of new eases. 40: re-opened j , eases. 14 . continued eases. 128. Official work: Visits and investi gations. 317; by nurse, social calls, j 140: nursing calls. 137: total. 283: by | ; superintendent. 3.4. Employment found. 4; Saturday* Sunday Hosp. order obtained, 1: ad j ; mittod to hospitals. 3: jail eases. 2: legal aid. 5: medical aid, 0: chihl-de | linquoncy, 5: immigrant aid, 1. Social Status: Single men, 24 : single ; women. 4 ; detached men. S: detached women. 1: families. 24: widows. 17:, widowers. 1; divorced. 1; separated. 2: I children, 3: total, 85. Health problems: Tulioreulosis. 40; I I asthma, tit gangrene of foot. 1; crip- |j j pled. 1 : diabetes. 1: epilepsy, 1; fee* I ble-inimled. 1 : mentally deficient, 1: I lieiiresthenin. 1 : old-age. 7: insutlieient | earnings, 11: out of employment. .3: I transients. 7 : feeble-minded eliilrcn. j ' 2; ehild-plaeement, 1: total. 85. | Individual cases: New. 30: could, j 23: men. 1: families, 3; boys. 48: | girls 8. ! Calls to office. 50; calls to homes.) 00: calls to public schools. 17: ehil- ■ : (Iron interviewed at public schools. 35; I visits to Sheltering Home. 1; visits to, 1 Detention Tome. 1; visits to Industrial j School for Roys. 1. 11 hoys; employ- 1 meat applications. 2: medical. 17: 1 Rinet-Simon mental test, l: meetings, j (V. M. H. A.). 1: conferences. 25. j The Department of Agriculture ad ! vises the use of sweet cream butter J ltccuuse of its excellent keeping qual i itics. I Grand Patriotic Rally farbMMfit of AMERICAN AND FRENCH CHILDREN’S LEAGUE American Legion Noted Speakers World's Championship Wrestling Match Denver Audjtorium,lMay 2 ECKLUND BfSl'B OOHDT VC Kicketson. wc Matchmakers, Tally and HUNNEL NELSON livnilliii O’Bnan (Polly Pry). Tickets on Sale at Wells Music Co., 1626 California. Hurt Davis’ Cigar Store. Max Jacobson’s Cigar Store. Sarconi’s Billiard Room. Stout Pool Parlor, 1619 Stout Street. Prices 50 cents to $3.00 (at ring side) No war tax ! THE JEWISH FORUM. Tht* Passover Number of the Jew-, isli Forum contains messages troui Sir Stewart Samuel, brother of the High Commissioner of Palestine, uml Jacob IVHaas of the Zionist Orgauiiuitiou of Ainerini. Among the other features of this Interesting issue are a symposium on "What is Lacking in our Communal Life?" in which I)r. Samuel Buchler and Rev. Alexander Lyons participate: an outer toning as well as instructive article entitled A Daughter of Israel.” by Dr. Jacob S. Raisin of South Car olina: one on "The Snldmtli Bill** by Hon. Samuel Dickstein of the New York Stall' Legislature: another on • Orthodoxy, Reform, aud Kaplauism," n rntln*r vigorous attack by Uuhbi Leo .lung of Cleveland, Ohio; one entitled “A Bulwark of Judaism in America" by Isaac Rosengarten, associate editor of tin* Jewish FV»mui: another entitled. “A (Jeuius in Embryo” by Edytlie 11. Browne. Elina Ehrlich Leviuger contributes n Passover Play, P. M. Raskin, a poem, In*. Moses llyanisou . continues his translation of the ‘•Duties of tin* Heartand Alter Abelson, his epic poem. Copies may be secured by writing to the Jewish Forum, 3 Beckman St., New York City. There are more than 2.000,000 miles of unimproved highways iu the United States.