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GOLDSTEIN’S Special Pure Rye Bread Sold by all Grocers Is the finest and best bread made in the city 2518 W. Colfax Ave. Phone Main 4327 SILVER’S Hungarian Restaurant (Kosher) 1731 CURTIS STREET v Home Cooking Popular Prices /* Regular Meal 45 Cents If you want to eat a good, tasty inoal and feci tboroly at home go to Newmans Restaurant 1109 Eighteenth St. Tel. M. 4918 —' r Reopening of Beauty Parlor Mils. JEWEL GLEBERMAN announces that she Ims refitted her apartment 1228 E. 13th Ave- Apt. 1, with all modern equipment of n lienuty parlor, where she hopes to see all former patrons and many ones. Tel. York SO4O W. V. J CORRECT ENGLISH HOW TO USE IT A MONTHLY MAGAZINE $2.50 the Year Send 10 Cents for Sample Copy Correct English Publishing Co. EVANSTON, ILLINOIS Dr. Jacob M. Morris DENTIST lies Ires to unnounec the removal of his dental oflices to 609 Central Savings Bank Bldg. Tel. Champa 3013 When you are In need of a sanitary Moliel place your con fidence in a man, who has great experience In that line. Rev. W. P. Mayer 2151 Gilpin Tel. York 0472 J THE DEATH OF TWO PROMINENT ENGLISH RABBIS. Tho sudden death of I)r. M. .Inns. Clilof Minister of the Federation of jfynngogtf, occurred in London Inst month. He was born in 18(50 at Tisnr. Eslak, near Tokay. Hungary. He held the position of Chief Minister for the past ten years, and was beloved and highly esteemed for Ills piety, his learning and his sterling character. Ttnhhi Leo Jung, of Cleveland, 0., is a son of tho deeensed. The death of Rabbi Sailiucl Jacob Rahhinowitz, rabbi of the Liverpool Jewish community, also occurred last month. He was born in Chelm. Kovno, in 1857. He was a profound scholar of Rabbinical literature, and was a valuable contributor to it. He was one (if the founders of the Miz raclii organization. Samuel (ialland, one of the best known financiem and business men in Spokane. Wash., died suddenly in San Diego, Cal., whither he had gone to recuperate from ill health. He was active in religions, philanthropic and civic movements. A costly residence and art gallery is to be built by Michael Frledsam. president of R. Altman & Co., in the Park Avenue (section. New York. Mr. Frledsam has purchased the two old fashioned four-story dwellings at -H and 4(1 East Sixty-eighth street, each on a lot 20 b.v 100, about 110 west of Park avenue, and valued at $175.- (100. It is the intention of the pur chaser to demolish the present build ings on the site and build a new borne, with adequate provision for his «nrt collection, considered one of tin* 'liest in private ownership in the city. Social News Miss Mollli* Waxmnn, daughter of .1. Waxinnu was iiuirrled to Mr. Sam uel Goldfoglc Sunday afternoon. July !(• at 1 :.*Mi o’clock at the Adams hotel. Rabbi t’. E. H. Knuvnr and Cantor Miner off Ida toil. The ceremony was performed In the presence of tin* rcliu (Ives and intimate friends of the young people. A reception to their many friends was then held. The out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. I. Waxmnn of Sterling. Colo., and Mr. Joseph Brown of San Fran cisco. brother-in-law of the brhle. The young couple left for u short honey moon. They will make their home lu Denver. Mesdames L. H. Gnldmnn. Jacob Wolff and Melvin Sehlesslnger have issueil cards for u bridge luncheon at the (Juldmau home on July 20. com plimentary to the visitors In the city. The ladies will play cards from l6:3» to 1 p. in. when luncheon will be served. Mr. and Mrs. S. El lie have returned from an extended eastern trip, in eluding New York. Washington. At lantic City. Philadelphia and Chicago. Mrs. May S. David will spend the week end at Boulder the guest of Mrs. Georgia Cohen. Mr .and Mrs. Samuel Lehman will Ik* at home Informally to their friends at the Metropole Hotel Friday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Saltxepstein. who will depart for their home in Peoria, Sat unlay. Mr. mid Mrs. Joseph Miller. 271.1 Humboldt street will la* at home to their friends Sunday. July 17 from 2 to 5 p. in. In honor of their sou and Ids bride. Dr. and Mrs. Louis I. Miller. The Misses Frieda and Marcella F.hrlieii will lie the hostesses at a luncheon at the Metropole Hotel Sat urday. Mrs. Nannie Ilenoclislierg who luis I teen visiting her son. Chi rence. in Memphis. Tenn.. for the past few months, is expected home Saturday by her daughter. Mrs. (ieorge Jnrecki. K. S. Barnett, his mother and sis ter. Mrs. M. Kravetz. also their house guest. Miss Goldberg and. Mr. Ben Kcmpler have motored to the Springs for u few days and are staying at the Cliff house. McwlnmcH Max S. Selinyer and Mil ton M. Bchnyer will entertain at the latter’s home a few of 'the visiting ladies and their hostesses Friday at a luncheon bridge. Mrs. Charles Dorn and children. Malpli and Ilose. of Oklahoma City, •are visiting their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. EL Schocliet. Mesdames Alfred Triefus, A. A. Crauman and Louis Cohen Jr., will Ik* the hostesses at a picnic luncheon at Washington Park Thursday. Sirs. I. Gerson of Houston. Texas, and mother, Mrs. Goldsmith, are spending the summer at Boulder. Mrs. Goldsmith is resting nt the sanatar ium. Mrs. Gerson is stopping at the Boulderado Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. A. Rifkin celebrated their twenty-fifth wedding annivers ary on Sunday. July 30. A reception was held at their home from 2 :-'U» to ft which was followed by a supper for the Intimate friends and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Rlelimnu enter, tnined nt a delightful dinner parly Tuesday evening iu honor of their guests. Mr. and Mrs. James Vener of Albany New York and Mr. A. Lutz and dimghter of Los Angeles. Cal. Cov. <*r? were laid for twenty-five. Miss Rose Dorn of Oklahoma City is the house guest of Miss Leonic Scliochet. Miss Lihhie Lowensteln and niece. Lillinn. left Thursday for a visit In St. Joseph, and will later go to Chi cago. where the latter will enter col lege. Harold and Irwin Olcovieh will ex. tend the hospitality of their home to their little friends Saturday. Tile Busy Bees Sowing dull met with Mrs. Haskell Cohen Monday. Mesdames Adolph Mayer. I. Colicn and Julius Wnllbninn were the hos tesses at a breakfast nt Baur’s Wed nesday, complimentary to many of tin* Denver visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Mackey Heidenheimer of Great Falls, Idaho are the guests of their parents. Mr. and Mrs Kd. Lewin. Mrs. 11. Olcovicli extended the hos. pitality of her home to relatives last Wednesday complimentary to Mes dames B. Saft. of St. Isiui- and M. A. Saly of Chicago. Mrs. H. Schwalh lias returned from California and is nt home again nt i •117 Ogden street. Mr. nnd Mrs. Borneo Eindenbuiun have moved t«» tln*lr new home at 7dl Frnnklin street. Mrs. D. K. Harlem and little son returned Saturday from a short stay at Estes Park. Helen nnd Charles Selmyer enter tained tldrt.v-five of their little friends lust Saturday at a birthday party. Miss May Eifshutx returned last week from a short! visit in California. Masters Edwin Ilyman. Kingdon Hirsh and Emmett Ileitler left Mon clay for a few weeks stay at Camp Chief Ouray. Miss Caroline Bcrghcim of Boulder will be tin* house guest of tin* Misses Marcella ami Frieda Ehrlich over this week end. Thru a mistake in last week's is sue of tin* News a number of names were nmith*d from one of the large parties s|>cuding the Third and Fourth i»t Estes Park. Tin* names of the young people forming the. party were the Misses: Frieda Ooldlerg of Omaha: Sylvia Hirsh, of Now York: Hazel Berger. ItosnlroUo Cramer, Jasephine Cohen, Henrietta Cohen. Ethel Milstein. Francis Uechnltz. Messrs: Mortin ftcchnitz. Melvin Strauss. Ileir Kempler. Harry Zlnn. K. S. Barn eft. Harry Milstein. .I«n* Shapiro. Jin* Optical!, Max Barnett. Paul Eight. They were chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Mala-hock, of Omaha. Noli.. Mr. nnd Mrs. Philip Eight. Mr. and Mrs. M. Miehaelson. Mr. nnd Mrs. tins Berlin it/.. Mrs. Anabolic Katzen hurg and Mrs. Hirsh of New York. Mian llr/nlrr (iuggentlriiu whose «>iiKiiK<'iiieiit was recently announced Miss Until Klingdcin is recovering nicely from tlie serious Occident which occurred to her a few wi-eks ago. Slie is now aide to Is* about with the aid of crutches but will be confiued to her home for some weeks yet. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cohen have mov. «*d from the Vasser Hotel to 1815 E. 25tli Ave., where they are comfort ably located. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Olierf elder of Detroit art* visiting relatives in the city. Miss Celia S. itenko of St. Louis who lias been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. 11. Borwick left for the western 'coast and takes this means of bidding her friends good-bye. The many friends of Mrs. S. Jaffa will regret to hear of her serious ill ness. Mrs. A. Bern was the hostess at Ijikeside Tuesday of a group of visi tors to Denver. Misses Natalie Baum ami Yetta Mnhnlowitz of Jackson. Tenn.. are the bouse guests of Miss Myrtle Fish man. I>r. and Mrs. Wm. S. Friedman ex pect to leave Sunday for an eastern trip which will include besides At lantic City, other eastern resorts. Mr. and Mrs. B. Borwick. family and guest, Miss Celia S. Itenko. spent tin* week end at Manitou. Mrs. Bob Lewis entertained her card club and a few visitors Tuesday. Mrs. Sam Feldman and daughter. Dorothy, are spending a few weeks at Manitou at the Cliff House. Miss Hose Goldman lias returned from a months trip in Salt Lake City where she attended the Knight-Pepper wiodding. The engagement has been announced of Mrs. Beulah Schrelher. daughter of Mr. and Mrw. It. Weis to Mr. A. T. Ilirsli. No definite date has ImAmi sot for the wedding. Master Lester Greenfield was host of a birthday party tit his home Tues day. July 12. In honor of bis eighth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Baer moved into the Cecil Apartments Monday. THE DENVER JEWISH NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Print* and family liare moved to 1450 Clayton -l reef. Mr. and Mrs. Henry <!. Frunkcl h»Ve moved to tlielr new home 2224 Fair fng striVt. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Jacobs and dnugh- W. Helen, spent tin* week end at the Cliff house at Mnniton. Cards hnve been Issued |>y the Mes dnuies Harry Edward Isaacson and Allen Joseph Kayser for twa Bridge Luncheons Thursday. July 21 and Wednesday. July 27 at Ilnurs. Miss Dolls Simon, of New Orleans. Is the home* truest of Ml<s Amy Esth. er Ihirnett. Mrs. Sam Gurse Is at Idaho Spring' for a week’s stay. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wertheimer and sisters have as their guests, their nleee. Mrs. S. Klein and daughter. Majorle. <»f Pittsburg. They will leave in a few days to spend the summcr at the Broadmoor. An engagement of no little interest Ip the younger elrele eonies with the announeoiuont of the Isdrothal of Dorothy Chutkow to Meyer Charle* Buck of Santa Maria. Calif. Miss Chutkow eaine to Denver two years ago with her family and has made si large elrele of friends for herself. Ijist year she attended the Cnlversity of Deliver. Mr. Buck is a prominent young oil man of Santa Maria, and well known on the eon si. lie is now visiting his fiancee and will remaii until after the wedding wldrli will take phue early In August. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Block niinounrt the hlrtli of a little daughter at Mercy Hospital. Monthly, July 11. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Itch-hurt and son spent: the wobk cud at the Cliff House. Manitou. Mr, ami Mrs. Joseph Schwartz an noiiures the engagement of their sis ter Miss Celia I/*xer to Morris Eiseii. Mr. and Mrs. Hernia a Strauss are reviving eongratnlntions upon the hirth of a little daughter last week. Mrs. J. Brodsky was the hostess at a luncheon bridge at the Argonaut hotel Thursday in honor of Mrs. M. Jneohson. of Los Angeles. Mr. ami Mrs. dairies C. Wilmorv. nee Miss Doris Finesllver. are the proud parents of a little son. bore Saturday. July 2nd at Park Avenue Hospital. The littlo--one will he c-illed Kenneth Gilbert. Miss Louise Michael, of Kansas City, is the guest of her grandmother Mrs. Louise Aufeager and aunt. Mrs. Sidney Binds. Mr. ami Mrs. M. Ilownfel 1 and daughter. Lucille, "f St. Louis spent a few days in the city, the guests of their sisters. Mesdames Henry 'resell er aud Samuel Isaaeson. Mrs. Adolph Abraham, of the Met ropole. lias returned from a month's visit In the east. Miss Florence llirslifield will reach Denver? the end of the month from Chicago, for a month's visit with her mother. Mrs. S. A. Hirshficld. Dr. and Mrs. I.«>uis I N Miller who wore married last Friday in New York City have returned from tlu-ir honeymoon trip. They will make their home in Denver. Mrs. Miller was formerly Mis* Ethel Blue-stone, who visited Her sister. Mrs. C. E. Kauvar last summer. > Mr. Max L. Ln/.arus of Brunswick, j Gn.. is in the city visiting his fiancee. Miss Bernice Guggenheim. A recep tion and dance in honor of the young couple was given Wednesday eve ning by MV. and Mrs. L. C. Guggen heim, parents of Miss Guggenheim. Mr. aud Mrs. M. I>. Barnett, accom panied by their daughter and her guest. Miss Doris Simon spent several days nt Colorado Springs. | Mr. and Mrs. Louis Y. Frntikel have moved to their new home at 2542 Asl»i street. Miss Ueva Silver of Glen wood is the house guest of her grand parents. Mr. and Mrs. I>. L. Ilnehofsky. Mrs. Charles Trifoii, of Galveston and Houston. Texas, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Trifon. She will remain in the city for two months. Miss Tillie I. Levin and Miss Mollie Izen left Friday t" spend a month at Brook Forest. Mr. and Mrs. L. Thomnschefsky and party will motor to Castle Book. Colo.. Saturday t" attend a dance given in honor of Miss Esther Katz. of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Kizensk.v and their daughter. Ethel June and Mr. Ben Terte motored to Estes Park with tin* Shrine and spent the week end nt the Lewiston Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. W. Wikler and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Schnyer motored to Estes Park for last week end. TRINIDAD, COLO. By our Hpcciul Correspondent G. B. 8. .Mrs. Vanderwert uml daughter. 1 Sin licit. |**f t lust Moiifluv to visit points in Now Mexico. liefore returning to tlicit- home in Boston. Mr. and Mrs. Vnmlcrwcrt hnvc lieen tin* guest., of Mrs. Belle Sunders uml fntuily for the past two weeks. Mrs. Belle Suinh*rs uml her duugh. ter. Mrs. Dovld 11. Gottlieb, enter tained u few friends in honor of their guests, Mrs. uml Miss Yunderwert. Mrs. Will Freirleh and daughter. Adreu, motored to Denver lust Sun-1 *la.v. Mrs. Mux Sunders uecompnnied j then us fur us Pueblo. Mr. uml Mrs. Mux Itiisgpwer motor-! ed to Denver to spend u few duys with tlielr mint uml uncle. Mr. uml Mrs. I'lill Kuscower. Mr. B. Bole.v of New York Cl tv is s|N*nding n few weeks with Ills daugh ter. Mrs. Ed. Freirleh. Mrs. Steintliul of New York City Is visiting her daughter. Mrs. M'iltnn ’ I ianiersloiigii. .Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Klllot nml three sons motored to their home in Pueblo after spending the -Itli with their mother. Mrs. Simon Sunders. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bem'ix and .two sons motored to Denver last Sun day after spending a week with their sister, Mrs. Isidore Sunders. They were iicconi|mulcd home by Master Simon Bemlix Sunders who will spend a few W(*eks with tliein in Denver. •Mrs. David Gottlieb eiitertuiued u few ludies in honor of Mrs. uml Miss Vanderwert of Boston. Invitntions are out for nn elalKirute Bridge luncheon to lie given at the Country club by Mrs. Kd. Freirleh. Mrs. Ben Hiiuiinerslough and Mrs. Itnne Moses. COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. By our sped nI correspondent <J. A. Mrs. Meyer (loodstein spent a picas nut wi*ek in t’uloruiln Sprlncs iis tin* Kinvt of ln*r brother nml sister, Mr. mill Mrs. Louie Sup|M*rst«‘iii. Mr. mill Mrs. CJeo. 11. Altermnn. Mr. mill Mrs. Louie SnpiHTsti'ln. Mrs. M. Cooilstcln. Messrs. Chester Slipper stein. Freil mill .luliiis (ioodstein mill Kiclinnl Sal I inn n. Mlrties Mililreil Stip perstein. Aim Sii.siiinn, Itesde Klieu i r mul Bala* <2 old berg motored to Pu eblo. Miss Anne Susinnu is visiting Mi. mid Mrs. Max Mogilncr. Mrs. M. t.oodstein, Mr. and Mrs. K. Friedman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Alie Salilumi and family. Mr. and Mis. Isidore Saliuimi. Mr. and Mrs. (Jeorgu C. Alterinan. Mr mid Mrs. I<ouie Stippernteln and family. Mr. and Mrs, Max Mdgilner. Mr. and bis fiancee. Miss Lillian. .FMitb Mnreus spent tin* Fourtb camping near Wood, laud Park in tile pines. Mr. and Mrs. li. <J. Alteruuin. Mr. and Mrs. L. Suppcrstein. tbeir son. Chester. and daughter. Mildred, will motor to Denver Sunday. July 17th to attend the wedding of tbeir broth er and nephew, Julius Saliman to Miss Lillian Edith Mnreus. ROBERT SZOLD RIDICULES MORGENTHAU'S ESTIMATE OF PALESTINIAN POPULATION. Mr. Robert Szold has recently re turned from a trip thru Palestine. Commenting on tin* article «*f Mr. Mor gentium in World's Work, lit* ridicules tlic assertion of MorKPiitlin.il that l*x»l --cstlue cun ncpommotlntp no more than one million additional Jews. If Cairo, said Mr. tizold. can count a million souls, there was no reason why cities in Pa lodine can not he huilt up like wise. Of course, he submitted, if one divides the numlier of available dun ams. one arrives at a rather llniitiM figure hut if Palestine is developed industrially, as it should lie, there will lie no end to tin* receiving nhility ot the country. Mr. Alexander Aron son. a native of Palestine, held a sim. ilar view-strtpsiiiK the great, but as yet. undeveloped potent lull ties, of the Holy Land. OLD FOLKS’ HOME AND HOSPITAL PICNIC. Arrangements lmvo lieen completed for tin* big picnic to be given l>y tin* j Ijkllck' Aid to tho Obi Folks' Home nml Hospital on July 20th at Elitrb's | Ciinlens. A complete picnic supper will Ik* served. Everything kosher. Come and bring your friends. A classical scholarship lias been 1 awarded to Nathan Slmfer by Dublin | (Ireland) I'niversity. Mr. Slmfer en.! terisl the university in 1010 from the; high school with a classical slssarship, and a junior and school exhibition, lie also obtained entrance prizes !•> j Greek prose ami Lathi verse. He lias since obtained CirsbKilass honors in classics ami the Marshall Porter prize. I The deatli lias occurred at Petrograd , of Moses Ostrogorsky. The decease-.l j was a member of tin* first Russian ; Duma and a famous lawyer. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Oberfelder. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Frankcl and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Frankcl will motor to Estes Park for the week-end. Miss Augusta Morris of St. I/mis. a cousin of Mrs. B. Borwick is her house guest. Selected List of Firms Worthy of Your Patronage PLOHBIR* A lUIIII lOPIUM I l u woLrr iui«urAOTUEii<a o*. PIPK, VALVES, PITTING* Vall*-KIMM Water lapalr >?■**■ ill W—» ltf« Bum, Owto. OATMUmi AND 00|r«CTI0WEM Caterer Roiir'c Noon J? 11 * * and OdUr » after Theatre Confectioner Estab. 1872 Lunches ISIS ('artla Street Our Tea Room Open Until 11 :30 P. M. Tony Sarconi H. E. Wolff Sarconi Billiard Co. Commisions placed on Elections, Base Ball and all Sporting Events 1642-1644 Welton Street Phone Main 3321—Denver The Capital City Shoe Repairing Co. I Repairing done while you wait—Work called for and delivered Phone Main 7377 1511 Champa St The New Method sSF&, CLEANERS and DYERS 2009-11 Champa Street Hade Only In Denver br rUE MERCHANTS BISCUIT COMPANY Insist on getting: the Famous Rye and Cizzel Bread Ask your grocer for it The Famous Rye Bread Bakery 3164 W. Colfax M. 3753 M. M. GOTTLIEB INSURANCE AGENCY Phone Champa 5348 All Kinds of Insurance —Representing Old Line Companion Only 720 Colorado Bldr. DENVER. COLORADO. I Dr. Herman E. Kahn | Dentist and Dental Surgery 6 519 Mack Block § X-Ray Equipment 8 Telephone. Champa 5486. p The Windsor Farm Dairy Co “Honest Milk from Clean Cows” Main 5136-5137 1855 Blalte Street Denver. Colorado. THE EGGERT ICE CO. Price—Service—Satisfaction ARTESIAN AND NATURAL ICE Main 8095. Third and Walnut Streets Hungarian Flour MiUs Hungarian Highest Patent Flour The Pioneer Feed and Flour House of the West PATRONIZE OI K ADVERTISERS Mention the Jewish News when pur chasing from our advertisers Mention the Jewish News when pur chasing from our advertisers. ■ mmmmr., '•'« ■ ‘ P Michaelson’s Our July Clearance jjj is now in progress, and ! | y every department is cut ting prices. You may as « well save money on your § . Men’s and Troys’ cloth- | ing, Women’s apparel, jJ shoes for the Family, | Men’s and Boys’ fumish jj ings, Women’s furnish- jj i ings, etc., by attending H this sale. Michaelson’s 15th and Larimer Sts. i | Tel. Main 5722 N. SCHRIBER Decorating, Painting and Contracting 1438 Newton Denver, Colo. FORTIFY AGAINST MISFOR TUNE. INSURE THAT AUTO MOBILE. 77/ax S. Sc Aayer Every kind of ffle/iable insurance Phones: Main 3922—Champa 5343 Suite 335 Empire Building Over Ten Years With E. MONASH All Kinds of Insurance C. A. HARDER 709 Cooper Bldg- Cor. 17th and Curtis Phone Main GG79 REPORT DESTRUCTION OF HEBREW VOLUMES BY JEWISH BOLSHEVIKS. (Jewish Telegraphic Agency) London--Report h arriving here thru Riga from Moscow, state that tin* Jew i'll affairs in Soviet Russia have or derod the dost met ion of numerous He. 1 1 row. Talmudie. Mishnaie and Rihlieul hooks lieemiM* of their alleged re actionary character. The books have been sent to the paper factories where they wil be unbound and used as raw material for new pai»er. A WOULD CONGRESS OF JEWISH BOY SCOUTS. (Jewish Telegraphic Agency) London—On tlio initatlve of the Hnr Koch ha Society of Antwerp, n (’ongross i>f Jewish ltoy Scout socie ties in various parts of tin* world, will Ik* convened in the near future. Tiie tentative program includes the question of a world organization with headquarters in Palestine, and the gradually increased use of Hebrew as the language of comma ml in Boy Scout gymnastic societies. HOW THE BIBLE HELPS. Tin* Bible helps folks in nil kinds of unexpected ways. For instance, tin* oilier <lny a bashful curate found that the young ladies of his parish were getting too helpful. At Inst it became so embarrassing he left. Not long afterwards la* met the curate who had succeeded him. 'How did you get on with the ladles?’ he asked. 'Very well, indeed.’ said he. ‘There Is safety In Numbers.’ Like n flash the other rejoined, ’I only found it in Exodus.’ Hr. Victor K. Levine, professor at the Creighton College of Medicine at Omaha, will soon leave on a trip to the Ituffin Hay district, in the extreme northern part of Canada, .’too miles from the nearest white settlement. Here he will live and study the life of the Eskimo.