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Mr. unU Mrs. M. CUarriek, lftOl liv
ing street were the hosts Ot a dinner on the sceoiul day of SuccoMi in hon or of Rabbi Rabinowitz. The dinner was served in their Succali beauti* fnlly decorated with the fruits of the season. Covers were laid for twenty. Mrs. Louis Friedman and daughter, Fanny, of Muneie, lud.» will spend the winter in Denver. They are com fortably located at 401 Franklin street. They joiued their son ami brother. Abe Friedman, who had been in, the city for some time. Mrs. 11. Gosliusky who lias been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Dave Jacobs, left Tuesday for her home in Alexandria, La. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Lew In entertain ed the Iteuler-Lcwin wedding party and the out-of-town guests at a dinner Monday evening at Baurs. "Mrs. A. Grunsfeld, of Chicago, mother of Mrs. Ira C. Rothgerber, re turned to her home Wednesday after a short visit hero. Mias Carolyn Lehman returned Tuesday from a short trip east. Mrs. Fannie Goodman was at home to her friends at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Max Fischer, In honor ol' her 7«th birthday hist Wednesday evening. Many friends greeted Mrs. Goodman on this auspicious occasion. Mis- Gus ltcchnitz entertained the ladies of the ltculer-Lewin wedding party at a luncheon at Baur's Friday. Mrs. 11. Joseph who has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Charlie Suckmun for the summer left Tues day for her home in Alexandria, where she will be joined after a week or two by Mr. and Mrs. SuCkiuuii, who will spend the winter in the south. Mr. and Mrs. S. Rusiuan, of 1412 Franklin street celebrated their thlr- . ty-sovonth wedding anniversary Sun day with a dinner for their children, which included Mr. and Mrs. John A., Kizcusku and daughter, Ethel June, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schwarts and sons, j Freddie and Marvin, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Busman and daughter, Betty Jane, and Mr. Edward Busman. Mrs. Borneo Lindenbaum ami little son. Hilary, returned to their home ( from Mercy hospital Wednesday. Miss Harriet Retiler was the hos- ! teas at a treouseau tea Monday. Miss Bosnhelle Cramer extended the hospitality of her home to friends Sunday afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. B. M. Steinberg ex tended the hospitality of their home to friends Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Hauler enter-j tained the Reuler-Lcwin wedding par ty and the out-of-town guests at a tiinuer at the Brown l’a I nee Hotel Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Maeliol <»g Idaho Springs spent a few days in tlic city tills week. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Sehlesinger 1 were the hosts at a dinner Sunday | evening. Mesdames Max Cook and .7. M. Morris entertained at a theatre party at the Dealmiu, Saturday afternoon, alter which they took their guests to j the Adams for tea. Forty Indies en joyed tills occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wolff extended the hospitality of their home to friends at a delightful evening affair j last week. Misses Dora Kaplan and Bertha Rachofsky have returned from a month's visit in California. PUEBLO. COLO. P.y our s|H‘<'iul correspondent M. A. It. Mr. ami Mrs. Wiling rad. Mi;. and j Mrs. Chutkow ami Mr. ami Airs. | ltoscii of La Juula. Mr. anti Mrs. <Jrot’iil»org ami family ami Air. ami .Mrs. 1.. Snclder of Snlkln wore a mom; the out of town quests in tin* city to attend services for Yum Kippur. Friends of Mr. ami Mrs. Wilt C. IfJivldsou arc. congratulating t tioin on the high score made by (licit* 611 c year old dan-liter. Shirley llojh-. in Ihe ltd ter Ihil’ics Contest at the Colo rado Slate Fair. Little Aiiss llavid w<hi won the goVl medal awarded in Class A. Kiris six to twelve months old. iir. Samuel Holdmaii returned from 1 louver where ho spent the holidays with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Max llerkowita an j mninei- the engagement of their dnifgh. | tCr. llose, to Mr. Harry Strait, of this city. The date of the wedding has not lieen set. The Aliases Elsie renter and Edna i Si one have returned from Trinidad where they spent ltoslia Hashoini with relatives. Mr. Phil Kuplin left on Saturday; night for tJ leu wood Springs as a dele i gate to Local Post No. U—America a j Social News Air. am! Mrs. S\ Kibe will excend fill* hospitality of their liouie to friends Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Colien enter tained the A. K. club last Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Sig Strauss who have spent tlu> summer with their children, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Shandal, leave j Sunday for Chicago to spend the win u'r - Mrs. It. Steinberg of Los Angeles is visiting relatives in the city. Miss Corinne Hyman was the re-1 cipient of a surprise party Saturday i afternoon in honor of her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Kttenslm have I returned from California and are coiu fbrtably located at the Argonaut hotel.! The Misses Hazel and Celia Cooper,! of Omaha, Nebr., are the Jiouse guests of Air. and Airs. Max Lopatin, who entertained Sunday evening at n j Afonfi Carlo party. Covers were laid' for 14 gnosts. A number of enter tainments are being given in their honor. Airs. Rose L. Marx of Cincinnati, 0., sister of Airs. Simon Frank leaves for her home Friday noon, where she will be joined by her son, Judge Marx, who returns from abroad. Mrs. A. A. Graunion and little daughter are expected home from Cali fornia next Monday. Aljss Minnie Frankie, who Ims spentj the summer as the guest of lu*r .uncle ami aunt. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Ilaeli ofsky will return to her home in New j York Friday. The out of town guests of the Reii 1. r-Lewin wedding which occurred ; Wednesday. October 111. intltidlHi Mr, and Mrs. Harry Heubenstein of Baton ! Rouge, Mr. Hurry Henoch stud Minnie Henoch of Chicago. Mr. and i Mrs. Samuel Reuler and Mrs. Annie Summertield of St. Paul, nml Mrs. Mackey Ileideulteiiuer of Great Falls.! Mont. Miss Ssirah Kuchofsky leaves Fri- Any for North I’lntti-. NVU.. to visit her sister, Mrs. llyuiaii Illrschlleld. Mr.-. J.ulu Frankei leaves for De troit, Saturday to visit her daugh ter. Mrs. Irving Obcrfeldoc. Mrs. Win. l'asnioro of Idaho Springs, is die guest of her sister. Mrs. S. Itnrets. Mrs. Pasmore underwent a slight operation and Li recuperating nicely. i Mrs. Sam Mayer accompanied by! her mother. Airs. Alex Rice, who has! been her guest during the summer, left for Montgomery. Ala.. Monday, j The Friday club were entertained, by Mrs. Leonard Rothgerlior last; X' k - Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Alayer leave] next week for a trip to California. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Joseph of Los Angeles are the guests of Air. and Mrs. Geo. M. Harris. Mrs Isidore Colien leaves next week l'or a visit with her parents in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Harris enter-j tallied informally Saturday evening. Mrs. Anny Ycsness and daughter. Til lie, have left for an extended trip to the east and take this means of! bidding their friends goodbye. Mrs. J. Simmons who was the guest j of Airs, l’hilip .Miller has returned to, her home in Colorado Springs. Legion. when* I In- State Convention i* being held 11»»x week. Mrs. .lurk Upton of Ohiengo Is the idlest of her parents. Mr. and Mi's. |i. (iiiisburg. and will remain indef initly. Mrs. Liptou will he remem bered as Miss lk*»sle (Jlnslmrg. liefote ' her marriage. The death of Mrs. Anna. Hnekstein. ■, a resident of this city for many year* brought great sorrow to her relatives anil many friends. The funeral was held from the fnujily rhsideneo at - o’eloek on last Monday. Servires were eomlueted at. the H'nai .laeol* Syiuigog and ai the ceinelery hy Itahhi A. Edel. son. She is survived hv her Jius- Ihiud. Morris Ihiekslein, three sons, and one daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Carl (V-arlinsky. ite eoiupaiiied h.v Its Center motored toj Union. N. M.. where they will remain for a few days. In an attempt to bring the member. shii» of the Independent order IlTlthj A lira Ilii hi to the LOtHMMK) mark a spe rial euinpaign eouimlttee has been ap pointed to tour New England in i »«. tuber. The eominlttee ineludcs among others, .lust ire (Justav llartman and Aaron I. Levy, former Judge LWi'i i Samb v uii»J former Cougi'e loan lienry M. Coldfogh. TRINIDAD, COLO. By our Special Correspondent. At the regular monthly meeting of the Hebrew Ladies' Aid society, held in the Vestry rooms of the Temple. Wednesday. October .>. Mrs. Plested entertained the ladies, by giving a most interesting group of selections on the new pipe organ. The Sisterhood had a very pleasant meeting Friday, October 14. Mrs. I. Poliak was hostess. The afternoon was spent in working*-for the Bazaar which is to 1m* held in tlie West ball, room. Oct. 27. The A. B. C. club met Thursday Oc>. Id. nc the home of Mrs. Arthur Sand ers. Mr. Gilbert Burden delightfully en tertained the AiMinut tit his home Mon day. Oct. 12. Mr. Bernard Sanders will ho host at the next meeting. Mrs. P. Prnger who has been con fined tot her room at the Cornido Hotel is better. Mr. Max Sanders has gone to Kan sas City and St. Louis on at business | trip. Mrs. Bernard Zcarlinsky will leave, the hospital Monday aiid return to her] homo in Baton with her young son.; Ralph Charles. The Progress club mot with Francis | Sanders, Sunday Oct. 2. Bennie Poliak will be host nr the next meeting. Klninc Freiricli entertained nine of hor little friends at n birthday party Sunday, Oct. 2. Ruth Gottlieb will entertain a few friends Saturday, Oct. Id. at lier home. ARE JEWISH WOMEN OVERDRESSED? Ity fhe Associate Editor'of "Costumes and Dresses'* In a discussion apropos rhe clothes of vonieu cfilininating in Ila* question of t!ic over or «>f the Jewish woman, eonies the dictum Him the Miper-drcssttl woman is always a Jewess. We sprang tills question at a gath ering of Jews and Jewesses, writes June Ellis.. associate alitor of “Cos tumes and Presses." 11l order to ger the gist of Everybody’s arguments. we. of course, took the opposition stand In the affirmative — that the Jewish woman is more apt to bo over-dressed than her similarly prosperous sister of other her! rages. “The other day." said the youngish matron in quiet and unobstrusive clothes. “I went to a grocery shop, stood close to two much overdressed women, considerably liedlnmoiuSl and bedecked with, other Jewels, and was tempted to conclude that here were iwo typical matrons of my own re ligious clan. But the grocer} signed them up as McCarthy and MneOJuire. And then then? was no room for doubt!" one member of the group, argued Hint "Jewish women, no more than other nationalities of Hie same econ omic status are overdressed. A Jew ish woman and a Herman woman—or an American of the same type and j economic status will hear quite a re-j semblance to each other In the sim ilarity. not of their specific tastes for color and line, in clot lies, but in Hie degree of intensity to which they ex press this fondness for outward or namentation. Pressing is not a mat ter of religion or race. In America clothes are a matter of the length of time to which one lias lieeii accustom ed to tin* economic status which otic Puds it comfortable to live'without too much struggle with the environment.** It is quite obvious that all Orien tals have a predilection to more in tense colors than those of the wed and north. .Inst as the reds and yel lows developed in Spain and the deli. , cute pastel shades developed ill Jap anese art. so any southern Oriental will prefer an intensely bright shade where it pale one might do the cold northerner. So much for color in clination ns determined by run*. Press ing is not so much a matter of na tional or religions tendency as meet ing wiili tly approval of our neigh- Im*i-s and eligible males. Hrniitcd that the second generation of American Jews assimilate- more Americanism than the first genera-, lion had either time or inclination to. j it is possible to assume that these j second and succeeding generations will be less and less distinguishable- from those progeny longer oil the soil. Pressing becomes, therefore, a mat ter j of character and intelligence quite as milch as acquired tastes. Once the taste and type of clothing of rhe so called "typical" American is acquired, tin- Jewish woman will certainly not sjaml out with any greater premia (J»iee ill diVsslng Him any others. I'nt if the second generation Ameri can Jew should receive her training in so-called good taste in I lie narrow ■ provincial Jewish quarters ol New York City, then I lie difference in dressing will Ik- almost as apparent as if she were not of the second genera tion. Without, gelling into the debatable question of who is an American, it is, obvious 'that! the vast majority of the, shiploads of people deposited on our shores decide eventually to avail tliciiisolvo.s of what seem to be tliej a'-eepted tandard of dri ' in A tiler- I lea, * I THE DENVER JEWISH NEWS T’ll fortunately some of us become rich too rapidly ami acquire an obvi ous dyspepsia in the matter of good taste in dressing. And finch dyspep sia is usually disposed of by the rein, cdy known as the French designer. It is Mr;. Clare Sheridan, the English i sculptress, who claims that American , women dress monotonously Ix'ortnso they all have money enough to de rive their clothes from French de signers. ami therefore, they all wear strikingly similar clothes. lint so. undoubtedly the same is true of tin* Jewish women who have the wherewithal to keep in the height of fashion. And the same may be applied to the quantity of their clothes j.s well as to the quality. Whuc Kipling said of "Judy O’Grady and the Governor’s J«ady” is quite as true of clothes as of the matter of falling in love. And if we finally | buckled down -to the arguments of the ; economic Interpreter of history, there would be but one conclusion; that cli. i mate and topography determine , the I characteristics and tendencies of a I people. And thus having generalized i lor the whole of mankind. It remains I but to place the Jews in a similar j category. Dressing •w*eonios, therefore, not n ' matter of race or religion but of so cial habit. And then, what is over ! dressing, hue a social habit? Or un der-dressing? ’Having determined t lint Jewish women are quite the same as oilier women, and that the tendency to dress overqriintely is the same in any lan guage, it remains hut to add that the simplicity of American clothes and the habit of long generations in America | will survive as typical of American j women despite their religious or racial i origins. Interesting Items Tin* Missouri lodge's of die I diyit Order H’nai H’rith will collate ami publish tin* best ut lent net's of the Inti* Jacob Furth of St. Isolds. Mr. Furl It’s life and activities were de voted to the welfare of the order. In memory of the late Louis Lesser, for over twenty-eight years a member of the Hoard of Directors of the He brew Friendly Inn and Aged Home of Haiti more. Md., Ills family have re built the synagog conae-ctcd with the institution. The Jews of Maiden. Mass., have formally opened, the doors of the new. l.v erected Talmud . Torah building erecteil at a cost of approximately nso v (HHI by holding elaborate public dedicatory exercise'-. Seven hundred students are attend ing a Hebrew gymnasium recently opened in Kign. Twenty-six Jews and four Jewesses were admitted this year to the Hilda pest Med leal Faeitlty. llefore the in* troduetiou of the jiercciitage norm aliout •'SOO Jews annually were admit, ted. Temple Fmanuel fJuilel. of San Frau, elseo. Cal . has given two seholarstiips .-it the Hebrew Fnion College in honor off Itahhl Martin A. Maver and the late Itahhl Jacob Voorsnnger. l’repu 111 lions an- under way to raise . with wliieli to construct an ad . dilion to the Jewish Children's Homo j at Itochcster, N. V. .Vhralmm l>. , i Jo He has* contributed Sd.tKK) to the j fund. A large transport of tools collected in Merlin. New York and London, has ! arrived in Moscow and will Ik* dis- J frihuted by the • Ort.” among tin* Jew ish workingmen of Moscow. i The London ••Sunday Pictorial” ■: eomplains time tin- Zionists in Males line are* importing goods from <lcr ! many and other countries, while the tonnage of import' from Fnghiinl i v j couiparativcly small. I»r. William M. Lbisersou. Impartial ! Clmirman of tin* Men’s and Hoys’ Clothing Industry, itochcster an 1 New York City, has b ■:i selected by Sec i ret ary Hoover as a delegate to tin- I national .conferem. on uncniployiuent Hint bus been siiiiiiuoiied by President 1 Harding. Mrs. Herman lb ndell. wife of Dr. Herman Heiidell. "Mod daughter of ' the late l>r. and Mrs. Joseph Lewi. • elebrated her '.Mllli birthday «n September Pith. and he r eleven broth ers ,aud sisters arranged to go ! lo i lie old home* at Albany. N. Y.. on ? Im( day I<* felicil. e her. Henry Joslnli Solomon, member of ! Ibe London Stea k Fxe-hllllge* sine-'- INTO, mi l whe» die-el on July I*, h-fl i J.tKHI to such e-bill ities as liis willow ' may sedect. For nmny years tlit* administrative I activities of the* Foiled Je*wish Cliari. lies of Itoe-lie*sler. N. Y.. were eli r«e t - tel by Itabl i Max l.anelsberg. and siin-e his active* retirement the directors luive* ele<-iele*el te* e ngage* a pa.iel work tr. Mi'S Small It. Hre*gstom*. I'e»rine*i*_ Iv with tlie- Jewish Aiel Society e»f Chi (ago. :i4<d feel- the* pasi IS inolltlis -villi Die* Cuiteel .Iti ll Charities of He iroll* has been elected for tin- l" | sition. Eastern Mink Wrap >875 Most moderately priced at $1,350, is offered for sale it ... . THIS IS BUT ONE O* J* W m Which Starts Here To- MANV MATCHLESS XA I Hi morrow and Continues OFFERINGS IN A £% 1 Until the Following Of- STARTLING ferings Are Disposed Of *7C Silk and Cloth Dresses lOC.OO B fc, J The season's very latest conceits most moderately priced at -» " S35.00 to $49.00 offered at the choice for * All higher priced dresses, ineludina a maRiilflrent show ing of rirh imported Sphinx rohes. during this sale sub ject to special discounts ranging from 20% to H3Mt r ', off. One Hudson Seal Coat One Hudson Seal Wrap Willi KciiulncSkunk Collar tr, |,„.h,.s lmijr. willl the very lutes! lies eeul is oil inches loiiR. it ip.i.KI.00 Cl OC Tuvedn front of Siberian Squirrel, also value for Silierinu Squirrel eufTs. a *0n0.00 MCA One Hudson Seal Coat ir ‘"'heu leni; wiih skmik « , oiiar umi 0 Re Hudson Seal Wrap ( lifts, ii splendid $42.*-00 value, in this &O7C * S4, * < a * A ilussiau Mouse MToct with Kolinsky One Hudson Seal Coat $495 .’>(» inches long, with tin* genuine Natural * ■ rr ' Silurian Squirrel Collar niul Cuffs, the /-* Wrar. season's inotierate priced $4(»r*.(M) eon shlerahly retlneed, sale price... A magnificent garment wit Ii sliaw l collar. One Hudson Seal Coat dupm-ate* s..i.i during the »«m ai mjc » £<78.00. reduced to A ..(r-inch length with genuine Natural Heaver Collar anil Cuffs, marked to sell POQT at .<ig.-,.(mi. reduced to Q ne Natural Raccoon Coat One Hudson Seal Coat Made «»f the finest winter skins ohtuiu- With self collar and cuffs. 40 inches long. able. -42 inches long, formerly market at #OAC a maguaficent $408-00 value, reduced to.... .CIAo.ihi. sale price 20 to 33* ra Sr C r CNT On All Winter Cloth Coats It should be needless to call attention to our very superior showing or to mention a fact which is most generally known that our regular prices are one-fourth and one-third less than more generally quoted—so that the 20'u to 33‘/ioff our prices represents a saving of approximately half. The appreciation displayed ill $10 Hat Sale . | |iiP^ * -» -——“a n ■■■«•■«■. Jacob Epstein. Mic celebrated sculp :»r. whose* statue of the Xawuvne has attracted worldwide Htiention, Is com ing—or rather returning, for he hails from the East Side of New York- to Mds country. Unhid Mil tom Ellis, who was grad* nuted this year from the Hebrew Un ion College has boon formally installed as Assistant Unhid of Temple JteMi-Kl, .Ith Avenue and 7<ifli street. New York City by the Kev. Dr. Sehulnmn. Itiidolph I.cvy. a leading eifl'/eu of Newark. X. J., died last week. Mr. Levy was vice-president of Temple jj’nai .leshmun uml active in a mitn her of building and loftn associations. An athletic club has been formed in conjunct ion with the Jewish National Institute, Mlasgow, Scotland. Habbf Louis M Misehkind lias been installed as rabid of Trentont Temple of New York. Mr. Maurice Iteujuiiiin. who has ,-crved on tin* Shanghai (China) Muni cipal Council for a number of years, Inis been returned unopposed for tin* current term. While at ltradldy 1 teach. Uabbf Charles I. Hoffm;in was instrumental in the establishment of synagog serv ices there on Saturday mornings. II ■ also spoke in the Anvcm Synagog. in Aim rn in behalf of the Jewish Theologieal Seminary, and hy his ef forts a ihuulier of annual contributors were secured for the seminary. Mr. Julias Kosenwnld called a con ference of the leaders in Amerieaii , Jewish Kelief work to meet in Chicago on September iMth and h at tl"' Standard club. The object ;>f this conference was a discussion on the j problem of tlie Jew in Europe and it-, solid ion. Professor (Sedlhard Deutsch, of tie* Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati. j li., was presented by bis students on I.ls sixtieth birthday with two hand somely bound volumes of a selection; of essays which he laid published dur. jug a quarter of a century in various, periodicals, year books, amt similai , work. They included Scrolls. Essays, on Jewish Hi>tory and Literature and Kindred Subjects. I The A. A. C. Club 1 j g wishes to announce that its seeond annual dance will be given g g Thursday, December 1, 1921. g g Eig surprises are in store for all. Watch these columns for g g future announcements. 5- Oooa0o.oo.oo»«oo»*:'>:o:oooo0oo®o«oooc'ocoo.oooo.oaooockc.ooao.o-O: I The New York Tailors for NIFTY SUITS and OVERCOATS i; at exceptionally low prices s “ Goodman Levin f i A dispateh from Now York says.l Hint (In* Jewish Now Year was said I Iiy food exports to bo responsible for , the record supply of 1 .Mn.717 live 1 ehiokeus brought to New York from' the west within six days. The ex ports figured that, the birds eost the I consumers Jf-.lKtO.OOO. Private .hillus Siverinau. a yotirg; .l« wish boy. of Winnipeg, who eon-j I’aeted I id. *. mitosis on tie* other side, while serving with a Canadian eon-1 tiugont. died on May L*S. lit' left all; his possessions* amounting to $Mi» to. tlie Hebrew Orphan ffonit* of Mon-j I mil. Harney Bernard. stairring in "Two Itloeks Away.’’ left n lucrative posi lion as a clerk in a clothing store in Chillocolhc. Ohio. to go on tin* stage and strange to ~-;i.» inis never, regretted, the move. Mr. Ilt'rniaii II. I’inkle has been . leeietl Bepuhlicnn floor leader of Ihe ( ity < •Hint'll of Cleveland. Silver’s Restaurant (Kosher) 1731 CURTIS STREET Home Cooking—Prices Reduced SPECIAL DINNER 50c UP Unhid Mouroc A. llussetisjiruug of the Itronx Y. \Y. II. A., is a graduate of I ho Koval l nivorsily of Music of I'a riin and f.erved as hand lieutenant (.1 ilit* Kussian army during llie Kus so-.Iuimnese war. "Thrift is a general moral tonic#, it develops elm racier. It takes self denial. and lienee creates self-mastery, which is the thing any human being 'most needs. —Dr. t rank Crane.