ENTERPRISE BLDG.-NEAR CHAMPA ST.
ENTERPRISE BUiLDiWQ —15th and Champa
A Lasting Remembrance of Friendship
An Agreeable Surprise toYour Family
An Ornament to Your Home
*A Real Work of Art in Your Likeness
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Phone Champa 892 829 Fifteenth Street
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If You n a Manicure
Can /iP, Massage xl , k^N..J(s
Have UJW Hair Curl
Do your own work us in our place l/V
you have the comfort and swiftness | vA /jjgffPwv
Denver Hair and Beauty
Culture Academy ' .sUsSjSW**
Rooms 208-9 I'lioiie (luuitpn 8187
/Tjy'j and Cafe
( HOWLING ALLEYS PRIVATE PARTIES
gHUI five tables a specialty
DENVER BOWLING COMPANY
1523 Champa Street
ESSLER-PALMER ~ho" :r.n f , B
• \\V J Complexion Is
Dress Pleating | H ‘^*UAn° Üb,e
Cloth Covered Buttons ! A t
Button Holes I Tl “‘
Hemstitching 10c per Yd. j MarineHoShop
Work t ailed for and Iteliverrd J 153! California Street
Tel. Main 4996 204 Charles Bldg. H.’dgCOC’i aild George
DENVER LEADING OS7HEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS AND SU/SGIONS
Office phone Main 6474—Re*, phone York 1238.1
Dr. Garfield J. James j
, 428-29 Empire Building
f Sixteenth and Glenarm Streets
* Phones: Office Champa 1323 Residence:
u Res. South 2393-W 623 Pennsylvania
Dr. M. W. Bailey
4323 Empire Bldg.
16th and Glenarm Sts. Denver, Colo.
Office Champa 5823
Phones: l)r. Willbanks—Res. South 4808-W
Dr. Dean —Res. York 8865
DRS. WILLBANKS & DEAN
Rooms 401-4 I louver.
Temple Court.. Bldg. Colorado !
'New School Lets Each Person Create His Own Idea
of Terpischorean Art
While the world as ji whole is dnnec
'mud soim* there are who still do not
know how to dame. At least these
ypersons who generally consider them
selves one step ltehiml in the march
of events think they don't km»\y how
\ Hut take the word of Mis; Klsie
Dufour, they are wrong. We are all
dancers by instinct, according to tills
•nymphlike exponent of the art of tcr
psichore. and to prove that dancing
is an art with which we me all en
dowed she has fostered a new kind of
dancing school in the flreemvich Yil
r'age section of New York.
Individuality in che dance is the
keynote of the Dufour system. And
‘music plays but a small part. In
Main 4540 10 to 12 I’. M.—2 to 1 I*. M.
Dr. George W. Perrin
317 Empire Building
I I)r. rims. Knisell Denver.
rmre: Main 1254— Res. Arvada 881-.1-2
Dr. Frederick A. Luedicke
G2B-9 Empire Bldg.. 1011* and Glenami
1 Otllee Phono lies. :1755 Federal Hiv'd.
Main 1702 Phone Gallup 1200
Dr. Ralph M. Jones
321 Mack Bid?.
lo to 2 A. M.—3 «o r» P. M. Polo.
stead of waiting to Ik* inspired by
the duct-like strains on n stringed or
chestra. you dance tlrst and it i 4 up
to tlio musicians to follow you.
New Plan I'sed.
A torpslcliorenn departure, you may
say. hut not in the opinion of those
who seek to utter the repressed poetry
of thoiy nature in rhythmie movement
of their own device, instead of me
ehanieally following someone olse’s
For under tin* Dufour system you
are simply rendered unconscious, and
whatever rhythmic theme happens to
he 111 you tones out of its own ac
As for dancing as it is known in
llio gilded emporiums where Vol
stead dodgers careen under tin* glare
of artillcial lights, that is not danc
ing nt all. Everybody trotting ac
cording to Hoyle with tho.jjrcclse steps
No one seems to know or remember just how the upstair’s shop vogue started, but
' i today it is an established feature of commercial life, and the unusual number of shops
j in Denver where people either climb the stairs or take the elevator proves conclusively
I too that it is a popular feature.
If anyone takes the trouble to investigate ho will be surprised at the variety of ar
ticles sold in these upstairs shops. Not only merchandise of all kinds, but an imposing
j number of personal services of different sorts have a home above the street.
Nearly all of the large buildings in downtown Denver and even in territory that
1 might be called “farther out” have their quota of establishments that prefer to trans
act a retail business on the second floor. It is self evident that these people do a satis
factory business, as many of them have been in the same “upstairs location tor yeai s
—some of them even going so far as to remark that they personally prefer to do bu.-n
-' ness where they are than on the street level.
• j One of the unusual features of the upstairs shops situation in Denver is the numbti
lof institutions that cater to women—now and then you will find one that bids lor the
; trade of the “sterner sex,” but the majority of these shops sell either merchandise or
: services that appeal to milady. One will find beauty parlors, hair dressing establish
ments, others that sell millinery, shoes, suits, dresses, coats, furs and I hotography.
Unquestionably the complexities of modern commercial life has been responsible in a
i way for the development of the upstair’s idea, jus t as the hugely increased value ot
1 land in cities was responsible for the skyscraper —in other words there isn t room enough
! on the street levels for all of the merchants that want to do business m the down
j town districts.
The shops that have*decided to present their appeals to Denver people in this col
i lective manner are all of an unusually fine type.
Phone Main 7283
| A. B. DUPLER
BETTER GRADE FURS
1526 Champa 5t,..l c "
Dr. Murray Graves
Broken Arches a Specialty
No-arch Supports Used
ROOM 214-15 BARTH BUILDING
Plione Main <llB7 AH treatments nj appointment
DR. RALPH B. HEAD
DR. HOWARD E. LAMB
DR. HARRY F. SCHAFFER
235 Empire Bid?.
Phone Main 181!)
Hours: 9to 1; 2 to 5
* Dr. Katharine Westendorf
Office till Kittreilge Bills.—Phone .Main 3802
Kps. 1322 Haul t'olfn\ Ave.—Phone York 830
Phono Champa •‘’i.lsi
Dr. Dale H. Craig
Umrtute (A. S. O.
710 Interstate Trust Building:
dictated by the dancing master—that
isn’t dancing, she says: It is hardly
more than a regimental goose step.
lii her small studio Miss Jntfour
may Ik* found teaching, or nit he:*
drawing out. this modern idea in
(jlirls Float About.
Tp In the air. stay there!" "Flout
on the air." "Itest on it.” Such are
the* cries of encouragement which may
in* heard emanating from the imfour
studio as one enters.
First thoughts might lend a visitor:
to suspect that a lesson in aviation
was in progress Hut the idea is sud
denly dispelled after a few moments’
sojourn in the creative dame acad
A score of beautiful young girls
•eantily clad In diaphanous garment
are seen gliding about as so man.
butterflies. Despite the fact that each
THE DENVER JEWISH NEWS
: K. T. SIMMONS BOSK SC HWAB
i’hr.nf l Champa N7-i 1
Bon Ton Specialty Shop
Kni'*-'.itletilit:. Braiding. <’»ialn Siili-hlug uml Slumping
Hemstitching. Bullous auil I’lcnMiig
326 Barth Block—l6th and Stout
Mail orders given special Denver,
attention —Postage .prepaid Colorado
Why Wait Until too Late
The Bankers Accident
of Dos Moines, lowa
E. C. Coburn
321 First National Bank Bids:,
rhonc Main 7070
one is creating her own iiulividu il •
rhythm, the whole breathes the es
sence of perfect harmony. But as
for Jin* strange cries one lr rd on en
tering, no. they were not the com
mands of an aviation oilleer. They
were cnttsed by Miss Ptifnnr as she
took the girls, ranging in age from
i to L’7. thru their cren'lve and!
rhyrlimie dance irnces.
1 Siit what oti earth was she driving
at with this talk of "side centers.”
-front centers." "buck centers." "throw j
it out to me." "shoulder, elbow, wrist
and fingers." "let it drip off the ling
ers. oft' the ankle." and other seem
ingly strange commands?
Business Women Ranee.
And a- for the girls who were fol
lowing the commands, ti most re
markable part of it was tliar most of
them were young business women.
They are the most remarkably oroa
live of nil my pupils.” said Miss I>u
1 four, "mill why shoul ln’t I hoy lio? To
know how to tin 111*0 is to know how
j t 0 cron to. I minin', nftor nil. is but ;i
nnturnl medium of expression. It is
, n< nnturnl ns speech.”
Been use of its mime. Elsie I>u
1 out’s school of rhythmic art. it has
been mistaken by cnsunl observers ns
j just another center of ‘’interpretative
dancing. * But it is anything but that.
Greek' dances. Egyptian dunces, folk
I dances and operatic interpretations, in
i other words, the highlbrow sort of
i dancing, are taboo.
Problem Is Hard.
Yes. it’s a problem, this attempt to
bring in connection with art and la , i“
ty. a group of girls, made up mostly
from representalives of tin* every -day.
(rdinary walks of life, and others who
are of the so -called out-of-doors, ntn
1 letic and virile type girls who have
■HMI HOW ls YOUR WATCH?
. GEO - ROBINSON
iEfficiency Our Motto—Come Up,
See Us and Save Money
1622 Arapahoe Room 15-16
Y«ur The Hopkins Studio
Regular Daniels and fishers Tower
I D. if' 1 ■ Milkers of
i Quality Photographs
i / Telephone* Main 110
ALBERT HOLT f ns LADIES'
Vocal Teacher BOOTS
“Old Italian School” ||Kf 1 J nd
Speaking V'oices Developed w 1 \sv Y*
Public Speaking Classes $3.85 to $6.85
Studio Second Moor
320 Barth Block Fineenth and Arapahoe Streets
Phone Champa ;>os;>
IOr a Step—2o Steps Save $2.00
I (i. K. AHLBI KN X. A. LAI'Y M.I. LEATHERS—ALL STYLES
Phone Main 3544 shn< '»
All sizes ami w idths from 1 to 8
COLORADO I Hitoeiulize on I Julies’ Footwear
OSTRICH FEATHER I voir choice o.sw
COMPANY A REAL «.«« VALUE
Cira Repair, njThe N«W ShO« ShO P
21:1.11 MeClini.- k Block : 209 Charles Bldg.
1354 California Street 1
Cor. Sixteenth ■ O*.
Denver. Colorado The DeLuX StudlO
Violin Telephone I
Seyeik Metliml L’linrapu IiOJCt |
Professor ttonoysky 1230 Sixteenth Street
Institute of Musical Art Phone Main 8239
Theory ami rnttehln* 522 Tabor Building
Scientific Methods Phone Champa 3951
15th Street l>r. .Masons
Rooms 8-9 Chopin Methods
— DR. W. E. STONE
Miss Catherine McCune dentist
drown Palare Hotel
Main 17 lu ljenver 307 Bank Block
| Phone Main 2764
, , , —ami—
terminate in Electrolysis of Dr. John-
sou's Moles ii ml Warts of Rolumldn Col- CUAIiI/ PADHC
lejje of Reality, X. Y. Work joinninteed. 9llW«v
The Tliariiinii TerJls superfluous linir,
l!i*niiiinently. No depilatory used. Tills 1206 Fifteenth Street
is a .home' treatment. Call or write. of u
Brown Palace Beauty Parlor Phone Champa 2886
i had a touch of the so-called aesthetic
dancing and are afraid of showing i
any deep Hiding for fear of looking
too pretty or graceful- -scornful of
anything that has the earmarks of
I begin with work," said Miss l)u- j
four, • which makes them conscious of
all the Dig fundamental muscles of the
o. since all mhvement .must ini
tiate from there, the sent of all feel
in. I let them hear music at first ;
i and then coax them to move to it
iu their own way ns they feel it and
not as rhey hear it.
••Sometimes I just give them a story
i to work out in the dunce without
music. For example, the scene of the
mourners at the bier of Eurydiec in
•Orpheus.’ I had some of them place
i a rude hoard construction as the hier
of EurydiCe nt the side of the stage
for the bier and grouped them in a
scmi-elrrle around it.
Girls Feel MMusie.
•Then flu* music liegan Unit slow
iiinl majestic profession from Cluck,
and eiieli Kiri stood still and felt it.
Then I watched each to see when she
was pulsing it within herself. A few
responded at once. Those who had
had training in the ‘aesthetic' kind <>f
tilings began to tling their arms in
meaningless gestures, and with bodies
stiff. Those who felt tin* most moved
moved the leu st. One was swept for
ward mor** than the others.
Rev. Robert Abraham-on of Congre
gation Alnivai Sha'o-.n of I’ortinnd, has
lieen made raid)] emeritus of that
congregation, after having served *t
for thirt.v-seven years.
We should do good whenever we
can and do kindness at all times, for
at till times we can.—Joubert.
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