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» MURAD The Most Famous :i Turkish Tobacco ; BEST QUALITYALL CipARETTES Local News Tin* iiinfereiwo of Colorado Social Soviet* Workers will meet in Colorado Springs net. 7 Among tin* dele gates will Im* Mrs. S. I’isko. Mrs. dtay David. of llit* Central Jewish Aid So cicl.v. null Mrs. Adolph Morris of tin* Council of Jewish Women. Mr. Max Sehayer, president of the I>envor Local Fire Agents Asocial ion, ntrended tin* iiiiimnl meeting of the Supervisory committee of the Nation >i| Fire Agents Association :it mdo Springs tliis week. Dr. Sailing Simon is expected hone* Hie end of tin* week from a brief trip lo Memphis, where lie went on busi ness. M. .1. Baum spent the week-end at Colorado Springy The Siuvocli donations of preserves and fruits at Temple Kinanuel were given to the Central Jewish Aid so ciety for distribution and some sent to the Denver Sheltering Home. Mr. Bernard David of Stratton. Colo., s|wnt a few days in the city i this week. Mr. Harold Straus left for Salt | Jjike City WiHlnewlay after a short visit here. Mr. I .oilis Keller, of Chicago, who has spent some time in the city leaves j lor his home this week. Messrs. Lonn and Hugo Block. for mer Denverites. ujyw of Baltimore are spending a few days in the city en rente from California to their home.; Mr. Ben Oriel of Montgomery. Ala.. I was the guest of Mr. Jacob Wolfl'e j this week. Mr. Jack Blum, of Oadsden. Ala.. • spi'iit a few days with the Ib-iteilici family tills week. Mrs Morris Boss disposed of a fountain pen last week for th ■ # lit of a poor family by whieli s!ie ntis id S’jo. Mr. Harry lMnnsky was for lunnte in securing the pen. A. Spinat. the well known restnnr iinieur. is opening a new restaurant at . FJIA loth street just up one High! of stairs, after tin* new eastern style of conducting, eating houses. Among those elected to the nude i and decoration of Knight Commander j of ihe Court of H/jnor. just a step below tin* -Tird degree honor at the | lecenr. meeting of the Ancient and Ac cepted Scottish Bites were. Fred Sy man and Walter N. Appel. Mr. Edward O. L->wy, who for the past four years has been with the C. S. Bedn mat ion Servlee as ns'-istunt engineer, has now taken over the Western Agency <>!’ the Automata* Be. frige rating eompany. of Hartford, Conn., as their hraneh manager with olliees at 22,‘i Synics Building. Mr. Jos. 11. Harrison is expected home during the week. The Immigrant Aid Committee <>f the Council of Jewish Women, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Bay David will meet Nov. H at •”* o’clock at the Central Jewish Aid society rooms, when the coming year’s program will he planned. RABBI C. H. KAUVAR AT ILIFF SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY Hahbi ('. 11. Kauvar represent «»d the Jewish Theology Seminary of New York at the Installation Exercises of Hr. IMudnvy, new president of the llilT School of Theology. Insist Thursday Rabbi <'. 11. Kauvar delivered an address before the la enlty ami students of the IlitT school! of Theology, at their request, on "The Spiritual Significance of the l>ay of Atonement.” I>r. Rode, curator of the German Na tional Museum in Berlin announces tliuc he has been forced to scU the major part of liis library because of the impossibility of obtaining proper acommodations for it. owing to the tremendous influx of Jews who have, rented or bought all available houses j and buildings. I Letters From Our Readers Ootolwr (1, l'.ilM. i hiitlonien: I mu taking tin* privilege of emclos ing to you substantially a conversation lull on’irrnl in flu* ('our! of Justice of the Peace* \V. .\. Rice on (Iciohew ■»rd. Tills conversation was hoard by Mr. Walter M. Appel. who repealed it lo me. In view of the eonstant criticism iliat members of our faith make wiieu. ever we are adversely mentioned I I eel flint so unusual an example of line Americanism and broad-minded ness should lie Riven equal promin ence. Yours very truly. llt A C. ItOTHHKItP.KIt. The enclosure sent us by Judge Itothgcrlipr reads ns follows: (hi* Oct olier .'I, l'.rjl. being Itosh llashonah. I went inro the .lustiee I'ourt of W. A. Iticc at ll p. m. when lie opened court. He proceeded! to niU the various cases set for the day. among them one which we will call •.Miller against <«oldstein.” The fol lowing conversation took plan* Ik*- lween the plaintiff an 1 Judge Kite: | The Plaintiff: "I am ready. 1 • inji't chink the defendant is in Court, -o I suppose I can take a default.” Tin* Court : “Who is the defendant’* ! attorney?” The Plaintiff: “I don’t think ho has one. 1 don't believe* he’ll Ik* here.” The* Court: "I ask that* 1 localise I see a pencil notation on the tiles “Jewish Holiday.” The Plaintiff: “Weil, that doesn’t ; make any difference to me.” The Court: “It docs to mo. If this is this man's holiday, lie can’t come here.” The plaintiff: “Doe!? it mean that 1 localise this Is a Jewish Holiday we i:i:.'t g« i any judgments? 1 thought : no were all Americans hen*." The Conn : “W«* are all Americans, and ic is just for lliat reason that we • ill p■ i i *\ ry man's religion and t *\v him to observe* his holidays. I v ill de lay Hu* he aring in this case - vo lliat it will not Ik* re*ae*he*d until lie* dll he liere.” We appreciate* having Hie oppor tunity of printing so ch ar anel concise i definition of Americanism, one which -hows such sturdy common sense—The Editor. LISTEN YE FOLKS, AND YE SHALL HEAR OF THIS WEDDING ANNIVERSARY THE 25TH YEAR. Mr. ami Mrs. M. Crossiunn cele brated their ‘-’•"uli Wedding Anniver , miry (id. iT»lh. I'.rjl. l»y giving an <*ln. no rate dinner. in their many friends. 'Phis was followed by card games, darning, singing and <>i! so many iiioiv entertainments wiiieii made * • tilings run as smooth with enjoyment, as a mountain stream on a bright dune day. And what’s more, ic needed no home brew To ma-ke a success clear thru Due to the plans ftill of pep That made the folks so lively step; The daintiest refreshments of many Mirts word served. The glow of ap- | preeiation for tlie enjoyable evening was on tin* faces of those that clmiig. . <d tin* home into a Friendship Tem ple of merriment. The guests depart. ( rd at one o’clock a. m. NATIONAL JEWISH PRESIDENT IN CITY. Mr. ami Mrs. Nathan L. Dauby art*' spending a few days in tin* city. This j is Mr. Dauby's first visit to Denver since liis election to the presidency ! of the National Jewish Hospital for Consumptives. Wednesday evening a meeting of the local Hoard was held at the lies- ! pital which was preceded by a dinner J in honor of the president. Mr. and Mrs. Dauby leave Thurs day for fhe East. Mrs. Felix A. Levy, wife of Kahhi I Levy. <>r Chicago, addressed the Jew- ! i !i Students’ Congregation of the I'uiJ versity of Wisconsin recently and cap-j tlvated her audience by her eloquence. | Mrs. Levy's subject was the "Power of Religion in Women. ’’ No man dies before bis time. Clubs DR.VMI-I.IT DANCE TONIGHT. Tonight. October 27, ail Progress < inh. King Jazz will reign over his lerpsichoreun subjects. FeseluTs Cyc. lonic Syneopncors, seven of thorn, will furnish the latest Broadway melodies. An inhlcil lean iiiv will he the singing ’ «.f Krmick’s latest song lilts hy lleinie * Kiel/.. An excellent dance program j has lw*en arranged and a wonderful f evening is promised to cveryone t who i attends. The next issue of the "Ink-Well" will hi* ready I lie tlrsr weli of No ! xcmlier. t 'ontrihnt ions for same will he accepted until r. p. in. Saturday. The coming windier lias been enlnrg • tied to eight pages, and will contain cveral feature articles, Details of a most interesting short story eonti*si will he fiiilioiilieed ill tilt* next issue: the prize winning article to receive sin in gold. Order your copy of the Ink We!!" now. and learn about this novel prize contest. After tlie last business meeting, a , >hort social hour followed. The new. ly appointed social comniittee is ar ranging for u series of social enter lainineuts to he given later. Imn't forget our various classes: i Spanish, photo-eoloring. Jewish and English literature drama. The !Un-Mu-I.it orchestra has room for a few more members. V. o. z. The Y. o. Z. dub were hosts last Thursday evening when they enter tained about 30 couples at a private i dance in the vestry rooms of tin* illicit Ztidck Synngog. Dave Samuels and liis Jazz boys did Justice to all till* late lilts. Kefreslinielits were serv ed and dancing resumed until mid night. The dance was chaperoned hy Mr. and Mrs. Max l.mz. Mr. and Mrs. .1. Grossman anil Rev. Will. May. er. Don’t forget our next big dame Sunday evening Octolior .*lO in the Vestry rooms of the Olieb Zudek Symi g«»g. Bring your girl or if she can’t come bring some other fellows girl they’ll nil want to come. Don’t dress up: because its* si hard time affair Don’t forget to I ring a lin cup along 100. WhyV Well, that’s a secret, but bring one anyhow. Don’t forget the date Sunday night Oct. 30 s<*e out ■i :d. n. m. k. Y. >l. & \. W. 11. A. DANCE. Invilarions for the monthly "Y” Malice have In*cii sent out to till infill her-. Remember Thursday evening Novernlter .‘5. at the ltc!!evuc Hotel ballroom. If hy elm nee you have not •.eeeivod your call’d please notify the . cretary. Miss A. Wandd 232 X High street. M. M. K. D. 11. I. GIBES DANCE Have you go* your tickets for the Third Dig Annual dams*? You caid i.lTonl to miss tliis dance ns it prondses !>• he fh<* higge-t event of the season Time: Thanksgiving Eve, Novem ber 23rd. I'laict*: Albany Hotel. Music: Melvins Jazz orchestral. I’ll Ilf Sell. A. K. D. & K. S. OITIMISTS. A meeting of the Optimists was held at the home of Mis-; Clara Hailporn ast Thursday evening. An interest ing article regarding the condition of tile Jews in Russia was read hy Miss Milstein ami tllaciissed. Our next reg ular meting will in* held at the home of Mr. L. E. Itossnian.--(». M. A. A. C. CLUB. We have secured the hull supremo, tin* Coronado. Oct. 1(»th and Clark son which is claimed to lie tin* most beautiful Imll west of Chicago for our •lance. The lighting system will make «<ur A. A. C. Moonlight dance the sue cess that you have lieen dreaming about for years. Don't forget the date Deeember 1. 11)21. The A. A. C. club he'd an interest ing meeting Sunday afternoon. Oct. 23. 11)21 at the Community Center. Full plans for our all night stag par ty to be given ait tin* home of Sam Waindell. 2330 Marion on October 20. 1021. have been completed. P. J. THE STAGGER BOYS Arrangements are completed for our Hard Time party to lie held at Stag ger Alie (Joldnuin’s home, on the eve ning of October 30th. A rattling good time is assured the club members and friends who will be present. At our last meeting which was held on Sunday. October ltltli. Jack Ze iinkolT wais voted in ns ai new Stagger boy. Our next meeting will be ait Stagger Sicilian's home 1323 Lipan St. 2:30 p. ill. sharp.—F. O. I>. I . MENOKAH A regular mecring of the I>. T’. Menorali will he lid.! Sunday evening October 30 at Temple Knmnuel. Dr. A. A. Kalian of the Colorado College of Dental Surgery will he the speaker of the evening. Mr. 11. Goodman will present an in teresting journal. THE DENVER JEWISH NEWS RESOLFTIONS OF DENVER I.ODOE Ml 171. I. O. R. B. FOR SIOMIND 1 KIEDF.NTHAI.. WHEREAS, brother Sigmund Frohl cuthnl lms passed on to Ids eternal re ward. leaving a void in tin* ranks of the order of 11 1 i< Lodge which cannot easily bo tilled and leaving in the hearts of his brethren the sorrow which time and affectionate memoriesj alone can effae.. and WIII’ItKAS. his seventeen years and more of service io the Lodge as its] Secretory, his '-landing in the Lodge as a past President, his activity in the work of the order. Ids zeal and! sarriliees in ii hehalf. his fori its stuvess and his joy at its realiza tion. Ids sineei.- and earnest interest in the affairs of the eommniilty and of this great governim*nt. his standing as n. citizen. his genial personality. and his unswerving fidelity to his ideals j commend Ids memory ami influence to our especial attention, command spe- j Hal recognition, and make us realize that men such as brother Ffiodcnthnl leave behind • 1 1» -in to posterity an iu llticncc which betters inanUind. and keeps their meaiory green. nr. it therefore resolved. That I)euver Lodge. No. 171. I. O. It. I!., deeply mourns tin* loss of its Sec retary ami brother. Sigmund Frleileip that: That it hereby expresses its lasting appreciation of his service to the Lodge: That ir extends its sym pathy to his widow and to his rela tives, and that to them as well as to our members ve commend the thought that consolation in his parting may Is* gathered from the realization tintt In* still lives in'tin* hearts of his fellow men. flint his life was such ns to cause his influence to eontiniie, and that Ids iniiiHrt'fal soul Inis reached its eternal reward, nml That these n •solutions he spread up on tin* tiiinipe' of tills liodgc and a copy thereof l»e sent to liis widow ami one to the Denver Jewish News nml 15’nni B’ritli News. JACOB .1. LIEBERMAN. SltiMl'M) STItALSS. kdwin .i. wittelsiiofor Commit teci on Resolutions. THE WINDSOR FARM DAIRY. Delivers early and promptly. Pur*- and health giving milks and creams, from healthy cows, (jet on our route. Pall Main ni.°A NEW GYKAGK OPENED. Mr. Philip M. Segal has entered the garage business at -011-20 Id Welton street. lie lias lioen fortunate in se- j lining the services of It. <\ Andrews,! former supervisor at the Velie factory i at Moline. Ills., as head mechanic. j The shop is fully equipped for re-t pairing, both electrical and mechanical. ; A He ret* Arrow service ear will Ik* ready day ami night to maintain road j service for friends and customers of the firm. THE C ENT! ARIANS A very important meeting was held at the home of Morris Devins, Oof. I 2-1. Joe Walacfc. basket-ball eapfajn. j will soon l»e able to receive challenges 1 from other clubs. <'eiitaurians, take notice: This is positively our last announce.! ment before tin* party. The Hallowe'en party will he held on Sunday night, Oet. 30. 1021. at Si p. m., at 1372 Santa Fe Drive. Do not fail to Ik* present. S. F. CORRECTING A MISTAKE. Thru an error in tin* New Year edition of the Denver Jewish News it was stated that Dr. Bernice Slmw Blaegg. I* (’. Ph. Co., one of Denver’s leading chiropractors, with offices in, tin* Empire Building was a two year' Palmer graduate instead of a three] year Palmer graduate. It is to he regretted the mistake oe-j eurred. and we are pleased to correct it. MOTHER’S CLUB AND SIIROLD SOC IETY TO MEET Tlic Mother’s dub and Shroud So ciety'will meet at tin* Community Con. J ter. Wednesday. November 2. at 2:30, p. m. All mothers are urged to hi* present and plan work for the coining j yen r. I S. ROSENBERG I Wholesale Retail I Kosher Delicatessen | The best in Denver 9 New Loi alion | Biggest in West Denver I 32 04 W. COI-FAX I Phone Champa 4317 In Memoriam Id memory of our beloved sister. Jennie rtz. who passed away ene'year ago August 1.1, mi'O. Surrounded by friends we ore lone some in lln* midst of our pleasure we're blue A -inllo on our fares. still a beart aebe Aehing and longing for you. N ATI IA \ Si’ll W A ItTZ. KSTHKIt CO! JiSTOFF, .1 A«.’K SriiWAltTZ. In Messed memory r»f our deMr be lt >v« d son and b.other C’hnrles Risen, who departed from tins world three years ago today. Oel. -d. 1018. When the evening shadow.-* are failing And we are sitting alone. In our hearts there routes a longing. If you only eould eonie home. Sadly missed by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Risen. sisters and brothers. In loving memory of our darling •vife and mother. Mother Zigmond. who went to her heavenly rest three years ago. net. l.sth mis. Isaae Zigmond and ehildren. In sad hut loving memory of our dear friend. Abraham Fishman, who departed tills life Oetober I*o. lli'JO. Clone hut not forgotten. Mr. and Mrs. M. Wald man and son, Isadore. In loving memory of our dear wife and mother. Mrs. Bessie Ooldhorg. who passed a'vny two years ago. tione but not forgotten. .1. CODDBRUC. lIAICIITKUS AND SONS. Obituaries Ilenry Uncrr Vr. Henry I .anger. sin aged anil re ypecti <1 nu*nilK‘r of tin* community passed away Tue*day. following an operation for an acute attack ap liendie.lt is. Mr. hanger liml passed Ills '.list birthday Monday. lie had lived in the city many years and was en gage! in tin* fur business from wlileli he lmd retired some years before his death. Mr. I.anger had retained full pos session of ids faculties to the time of bis death and his active interest in a Hairs. lie is survived by ld< widow, mid two sons. Joseph and Tester. Fa ne ra I services will he held from Mey er’s Thursday afternoon, at *J In terment will lie at Knmnucl CVmeicry. Ur Win. S. Friedman will officiate. Want Advertisements Hilt S.M.K Seven room modern ImiiM'. 1 1 j lots t garage. North Side, 2447 < I rove. -t. WANTED -Jewish young innn cap ! able to handle laundry route in the j West Si te Jewish district. Apply Ctlorado Laundry. 2207 I«n rimer. WANTED—Reliable woman to take • <-are <»f home an<l do general house work. Call York 100 S-W. 2-405 Wll ' Mams. It 1 NICE furnished front room for lent to lady or young man, Clmmpn 1224. FCRNISHED room for rent, hoi water and furnace heat: *5lO a : month. Cali York 2220-J. It WANT HI) First class Jewish cook and general housekeeper wants po j sit ion eouhl net as practical nurse or do nil general work of household. Mrs. j Weiner. 1400 Newton St. It. I.IMHKK and kindling for sale. Hluomlleld Park. Inquire of Sam j (in Hinkle Congregation H’nni Zion, of Ft. Col i lins.. Colo., offers a desirable posi tion to a Schochet lloffes and Hebrew teacher. ' For further information ap -1 ply to Mr. J. Istnburg, 1010 Larimer. 10-2 t. Rabbi A. Rraude’s residence and of fice is located at 1400 Federal Blvd. Tel. Chuinpa 5405. 21-4 t WANTED Women to take care of cook ing. baking and preparing, salary no object. Call 1652 Larimer Street. """ - Books to be Sacrificed Ito volumes Hubert Howe Bancroft Works, leather-bound; Millspaugh's 1000 medicinal plants, ISO full page plates . colored from life; 10 volumes J. Fenni- I more Cooper: 2 volumes Standard Dictionary: Karl von Botteck’s and Ridpath s Histories of the World—and I other sets of individual hooks, as well as (i lobe- Wernicke sectional bookcases. May he seen daily from 0 ;.‘M) to 12 A. M. and j to 5 P. M. at room 1. 1520*1-awrenee | Street. SUREIY BONDS INSURANCE \YM. R. WEBB. General Agent L. li. COHEN, General Attorney SOUTHERN SURETY CO. 1204 Foster Bl'd’g. SPECIAL SALE! PRICES REDUCED -AT BRODY’S 1533 Lawrence Street, next door to the Golden Eagle We sell a full line of all kinds of canned goods in case lots or less at wholesale prices. imported Sardines, Jockey : ' 85c Kim: <:# -..:•”>■ S:ir<liii'- 2”>r AC p ,„T «<;". : INS., lor ‘▼'Jl' ' 111|H Picnic i r I| Sa nI i iif'. OE p JM-- i :i ri £.*Jb r^c I' '"'(''ll||''"M:izi.l;i <)il 'Lillon CC p si.<»<>; ..in JJo K 1 I*MUinsr I• ■'■'!'•'•■ QE P ( *BBWy r. I’oiiiki- (Jv«o S.! nil-II l*:i <tc. lin i m .11 ••« l OCp 4. Am li'ivy I*;i tc. jM-r <nn vl L »n 4Ca faney jjirs. per jar *rJl» All kimls of Ilren<l from Jewish bakers at redm*«*d prh*es And hundreds of other items at greatly reduced prices We sell the finest bread in Denver Large loaf of bread Q_ Kosher Doughnuts, lE. wrapped in wax paper »“ raised or cakes, doz. lull Oat Meal, 5 lbs. 25c Sugar, 3■ > lbs. 25c 1 Cup Cakes 1C P Cinnamon Rolls, 1C« Dozen tub Dozen lull • Milk, Carnation or 11. Columbine, per can . I I “ ALL AT BRODY’S 1533 Lawrence Street, next door to the Golden Eagle 2014-2016 WELTON ST. U THE SEGAL MOTOR CO. U has commenced business, maintaining complete garage service of high quality. Motors overhauled; parts sup- IxCJJUiril tg« plied; running order brought to S perfection; repairs of every nature guaranteed ; motors J= I§ attended on the road at any hour ; mechanical depart- 2 n ment under supervision of R. C. Andrews, former supervisor at Velie factory, Moline, Illinois, and re cently instructor in repairing at Y. M. C. A. Automobile School, Denver. ’T'iyoc' Official Goodyear service station; tires, 1U *lf Co. tubes and supplies; repair kits; oil-free air 12 [5l for replenishment. IS Storage: Steam heated space at low charge. p |. Accessories; parts; electrical sup tjUppiieS, plies; Powerine gasoline; Autokrat U oils and greases. • IU We Wash, Polish and Renovate Cars PHWLIP M. SEGAL, Mgr. Tel. Main 6226 2014-2016 Welton Street Have you found a Winter Home for your Car? | « ’ Wintor with its disagreeable features is at huml. We an* aliii* to take S * • can* of tin* wants of tin* most exacting oar owners l»y lvason of onr wide « < ’ experience. courteous service. and the consideration shown all costumers. % <‘ t Ask any of your friends who keep their ears with us. or have kept > < • them hero. % * Repair work done in our shop is guaranteed to Rive absolute satisfaction. J Henry Thompson Fire Proof Garage f < ; 1315-1327 Washington Phone York 3048 * There is an idea abroad among moral people that they should make their neighbors good. One person I have to make good—myself. My duty I to my neighbor is more nearly express. | ctl hy saying that I have to make him happy—if I may.—Stevenson. It is easier to no down hill than to hack up. hut this is the po\ : you can hack up.