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” Turkish -Tobacco BEST QUALFrY pF ALL CIGAteETTES .►«»» ; '*'sKfS@wS&W* - •■J&r*'" Local News !»r. Migml Bluestoiio. assistant snp i rintonilent nl Alt. Sinai Hospital of x’ew York. is in tin- eity visiting lii>* brother anil sister. Dr. anil Mrs. K. li Kama t*. Dr. Sallng Simon pas returned from n Hying trip t«» Memphis. 'jVnn. Mr. Max Xeusteter his been ronlln iil to ills lioini' for tin* past three wiH'ks by illness. Mr. .!. M. Simmons of t'oiortirin Springs spent a few ilays in the eity :his week. Mr. S. I‘roiuiovit/, who lias hail a serious illnes; is well on the way to recovery. Mr. Philip Miller is out of the eity on a business trip. Mr. Melvin Nohlesinger left Snhir ita.v for a business trip to New York Mr. Max Strassherg. of Trinidad, spent a few days in the riiy rlii- week. ltayinoial Kortz. the young son < t Mr. anil Mrs. Ifcirry Korf z. i- able to he about again after file neehl »nt he sulTereil o;i the foot-hall lni«l. Mr. 11. lYrimnu has said out his business interests here anil ir having for New York, where* lie will make his future home, jfml fakes this itn mis of hiihliiig his many friemls good bye. >».Mr. D. 15. Simon is rad on a busi ness t rip. MOTZO SFOSECHO TISHMOR ‘•Timt which is gimc out tii.v lip*, ‘thou shall keep juul perform." (spcciiiliy is tiiis so of pledges mil.'• • on us ho by a day as Vote liip.'ur. They imisr surely ho !. therefore. wish to call the attoe fiou of all thus** who pleaded • unis of aiouoy for lho Ih-ih Israel Hos pital on “Voni Kippur” Kvo, at tho Xew Talmud Torah and who la v« tea paid it to do >o immediately - tho money is needed for tho oonpdo.ioa of the hospital, l’aymonts should he made to Kahhi Ilirsli HaliFii.-vit:: 2S2T» West Colfax avenue. Ilespeot fully Yours. SAMI'EI, WE<T. Secretary. Yoshlvns Torus Chaim. COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN. Tin* regular monthly meeting «• t" the Connell i!' Jewish Women will tala place Wednesday, Nov. It*. r.*2l :i t L* PUi iri tin- vestry rooms of Temple lluainnel. An inrerc.ding program wi'l lie given. ]>r. Friedman will spnuk. Mrs. Sam Cinshnrg Inis charge of tin* musical program which will Fons follows: Mrs. Aaron Mom* will render vocal selections accompanied hy Mrs. T„eo IJ Cf.lin. Miss Ilnhy Willmis will give piano solo. It is requested that every member <•! the Council attend this open meet ing ami a cordial welcome will la* Riven to all the new nieinkcs. TEMPLE EMANUEL SISTERHOOD TO MEET Tlu» regular mooting of Temple Kmanucl Sisterhood v.i'l In* held Mon day, "November 11th at 2 :*iu p. in. in tlie vestry rooms of Temple Kmanucl. A very interesting program has been arranged. Mr. George Williams Kg gers, Art Di root or of tie Diiimt At Association will speak on "Art as an Inspiration to a Community.” The musical program in e'mrge of Miss Bertlm Weiner an! Mrs M. Krolin will he rln* Troutman Trio. eom posed of Mrs. Helen Swan Barlow. Mis liutli CliihLs Troutman. Mrs. Marion Boali Adams: vocal solo. Miss I’ranees ICeehnitz. LADIES’ AUXILIARY OF SHERITH ISRAEL TO GIVE TEA. The Ladies’ Auxiliary ».f Sherith Israel will give a ten al I>a: i'Ts and Fisher’s Ten rooms. Tuesil.i; . No--, m her 22. All nre welcome. Owing to repairs which are h< :r. mnde nr the Synagog. the religious school could not he stariou earlier thi season but will open Nov. 2<>. All children are urged to he present. George A. Levy Speaks at Colorado Springs I CU.M: CKI.KIfiRATK IVNAI I.’KITH DAY, f!K\RS ADDKhSS ON “AAiERIPANISM.” Colorado Spring-. The Colorado Springs Lodge No. i (>. 15. 15. <•: lehratcd Il'nai It'rith day hv an upco meeting, the address <»f tin* evening was iuado by Mr. (Jeorge A. I.ovy ot Denver. Tin* was open to the public and Mr. I.ovy was greeted by a large and enthusiastic audience. Tin sill ject of hN address was "Americanism Ileal ami Cnrcal." Mr l.cvy said in part: ‘'Americanism Id;o Judaism. is a spiritual ideal. and tlsc alien that Is to h t > made a UK pi r fVnt A:r.< .scan cannot be band I icked." lie cited many incidents o I. r 1 -~.il and saeritiee upon the i«art of manv of his jH-opl • for America i: fling attention to tin- hoys of the "lost battalion.'' who were principal!; itlie.M of New York's Hast side *■ oil id tribute to the saeriliee of Mrs. Isidi.r Strauss and the Making oft«.« Titatile. w hell she preferred to die with her husband rather than h without him. "America ami the world owes g;»n, tit lit to the work ami chons o iaiv ' lad-i i o ...i. .■auieiuo • alif. as lie who gave to the world Ii h ternafic lal la ante of Agriculiun located in ltmnc. This institution i t!> greatest ia economic value in tin v.i. d today To Iluhhi Joseph Kraus . ■ •if of i’hiladi Iphia. horn in Russia owe aaotber great del ;. Ii wu> tiiru his labor that there was tot. celled and developed' t!;'* Nationa. - 1. .an seliool ai Jniuis.’otvu. l’a.. wliim beys are taught scieutillc farming ” "Tlic Kii Klux Klan program of hig otry, boycott and violence is «■; niaat inn's str.ad.ird of 1(H) p. r een Amerfeani'-m. tin* si;»:c a in 11-:u ...ds a .1 -Via lie pro-i: a:ida wit! h‘~ staiidartl «;f Id pi r cent \meri worthy citizens of .lewis’i origin b I dubs, hotels and 1 usiness houses. In Id into- rogation, “what is wrong j with the lodges” the speaker answer <**i convineingly “that the organization j was and IV a. defensive one. and doe* e. ic*:d in world's thought aud action. ■ to re - .uti- i’ord’s -t . cineut that tic Jewish people are ‘one and : part.' there should he d d'.cured ! America a national institution to b« •;iveil to a! peopl- s. irresjicctive *»t line, color or cred.” lb* advocated that tin* institution or memorial to be given be built, subscribed to and i-itnlr- ilcd by Jews, but given to Aiuer ii a out of love of country iu. apprecia tion for the equality and justice they enjoy in tills country. “At present." the speaker continued t "America's greatest in dilutions, like the Carnegie and Itockefcller institu j liens aud tile Bussell Sage foundation | lire carried on largely by Jewish scion - I tists.” As a tribute to 'B’nni B’llth dav i tie lodge voted to adopt one Jewish orphan of the oe.e thousand orphans | the Constitutional lodge is bringing j from the war stricken zone of East-j ern Europe. 5J5.00 was donated for the Jewish sufferers of the Pueblo flood, and individual donations were made for the maintenance of the Edu cational I/•ague to provide higher c-du-i cation to talented Jewish orphan*. .V rising vote of thanks wa - given Mr. Levy for his -nlendid a 'dress and j ail invitation was extended to him to speak again before the lodge at tic January meeting. LADIES' AID OF BETH ISRAEL HOSPITAL AND HOME GIVE THEATER PARTY. The Ladies' Aid of Peril Israel Hns- I }*!•;» 1 si ltd Homo has arranged for a theater party at the Denham theatre; on Monday. November 21. Tickets an*, exchnngahlo on Xov. 1-4. Tin* many friends of Mr. Robert 11. Lion will regret to hoar of Ids very ( rlous illness at his home. Ills »on. !>’•„ Rrc n tr. i- orl at Ft. Pavoid. X. M . has been called to his bedside, and ; l i< daughter. Mrs. Mario P.ren Xmiss will also reach the city today, from . i New York, where she now resides. Clubs C \N YOL ( "mon :i 11 <! prove it. If you don't, •vc wit! show you how ill I In* I). If. I. toils Dunce I'hank.-gi ving Hve. Nov. 1021. Albnuy Hotel. Melvin's .hr/./., orchestra. A special attraction will he a iiumv ',y Helen La Houle. Do not | ’'nil to ,«w lief. The «irls are put tiny forth their nest efl'orts to make this iliinco the Ins.' dunce of Ihe season, ami the pro •e«*!s will go i<* help build the Den » e.- Hebrew Institute. —A. I'.. It. A K. S. K. K. K. The season’s inos: spectacular da net will he lie’ll on Armistice F.ve. Noveiu. her I**. r.». l sit ihi* (*ity Auditorium, (.oilman's twelve piece orvilest ra has arepnreil Ihe choicest musical selee •tons ami will olTer them for approval | ami einerlalnmeil. Denver's thrtn •'oreiuofU souk hiriis will also Ik* there; !\h»t/. White ley ami Dnvi-. nee.l no in j production. I localise of the support ami < acorn I ngonient wliieli was given tin K. K. | K. in the past we are conthicnt that •he llama* will he the tremendous suc cess that this filth’s affairs always , 'mve heen. We look forwanl to the 'Measure of stroking your hand at tin * i.y Auditorium on Thurs '.ay eve •ling. November 10. 1021.- K. iVS. j Tin* It’s held their regular meeting ; at the home of their president. 11. <!ohl llCI'g. Many important topies were dis cussed. among which was the mini vet-ary party to he given Nov. 10. We have- just linished our football season without a defeat, and. we an now opening our haskethall season Hyman (iinshurg was elected Captain and Natium I.eiser. assistant. I. Maydeek was appointed to stlc ceed M. Ilellerstein as publicity man •iger. as the latter has resign; d that of fire. For elialh ages please call up Champa —I. M. THK AKHONAI’T ('LI It. Final preparations have already been made towards the completion ot our plans for our niueli discussed "In vltatio.i Affair” which we will give, in answer to the many itfipiiriers, we wish to announce that the dale has not heen set. as we do not wi h t< interfere with public danees given l> other ee.lhs A date wiM therefore hi se leefed and made publie next week. Watch for it. S. A. THK BOVS A.MATKI K ATHI.KTIC Civii* No le: < ihaii .'SOO spectators wit nessed the hard-fouglit. double-hend e** football game staged at 12th and Decatur stre-ls. between the Fnirvlow Juniors and the Terrors, and between llte A. A. S. and the Colfax Hull dogs. The score ef th 'dirst wa - tweis ty io twelve while the .-core of the second was twenty-four to six. Those teams comprise the Hey’ j Amateur Athletic club and each b j scheduled to play three games, the | in xt games to he plnyo-.I on Novem ber 13.—M. W. 1 NBEKAKI The Fneekakis and tlieir friends en. joyed a stag at the home of Leo Mns;*.- Wednesday evening. November Dili. Tin* club announces the pledging ol Leo Weiss for future membership in I their organization. L. THE SIONIAN (’LI li. The Sionian club at its last regular ! meeting held the semi-annual election ..f officers. Tin* results were as fol , lows: Mr. Sam M. Cohlhcrg was re < 1.-.-ted president. Mr. William Spor ! ling elected vice-president succeeding j Mr. I. !•!. Flier. Mr. Sam Segal elect ed secretary, succeeding Mr. Nelson j Schnehct. Mr. Dave Morris re-elected treasurer. The new administration holies to make the ensuing term one of j the most marked in the history of the club. I. E. H. J. li. (’. A regular meeting of the J. 15. C elul> was held at the home of Miss Kate Znrit Sunday. November (’>• I The first annual party was given (let. .’ll at the home of Miss Anne I'rigel. All who attended agree with us that we had a "grand and glorious time." The next meeting will he held at the home of Miss Lena Ight. Sunday. No. veniber 20. All members are urged to hi* pres < nt.—K. M. COLONNAIIK CIA H. A regular meeting of the Colonnade <lnh was held ;it the Adams hotel, Sun day afternoon. Nov. 0. Very import : ant business wa- transacted and in j tcresting subjects discussed during i good and welfare. Mr. Sam Santag lias been elected a member. Folonna i der Herman Olde was married Sunday ! to Miss Valerie Weiiitrill). M. W. THE DENVER UMVf 'Il NKW, Institutional Items V .1. 11. V. Mrs.. S. l'i>, <» will have tin* L'Oili ** 1 l In* itiont li • r a short lecture trip lilt'll the cast ml smith. The JMltioilts ;i re V**i» three moving picture* enterta inmenls each week. T!u* initial showing in this <-ity of ••Tin l.arrioude" a i, . motion picture on a Jewish theme was given ill the hos pital. "Disritt ; "as one of the pie lures shown ti.i< v.eel’. The iiislilu lion has the n e of all the Hints with out expense. I *r. Hurry i.anss of tie* Research Department has left tile Hospital au;l t-nleretl private practice. Denver Sheltering Home. Mr. Win. < 'aliea of Chicago. has conic to l>env. r (o accept (lie olthv of sitperintendeni < f the Denver Shelter ing Home. .M t’ohen served for t"'*» yoJtrs at tin* Chicago Home for Jew ish Orphans . assistant to Mr. I«eo p« hi Dattleha "i nnthinally 1t... ti in t liild earing work. The Chicago Home has a capacity of -~>n eiiildrett. The Shelteiing Home was well :v- Piembeic.! liy tin* Needle Work Guild in tin* annual distril.tition of gar ments. Plans for i : u- new but! dings are being perfected and eontrnets will ‘soon he let. •lI'NIOR CONGREGATION OF TEM PLE ti.MANI KI . r o! tin* Junior ('ongre gallon fiturg to In* at Temple. Fri day evening. Many will he there, so he sure and cane. The choral mk icty will practise after tin* services Friday night and Sunday morning at I<> :•’><' Tlu* Junior Congregation will give a daut*e in rite near future. This dtitiee will lie for uiemliers only. R. M. 11. JIMHK CONGREGATION The It. M. 11. Junior Congregation held a very: sines.fill mirgnniznt ion meeting last Sunday, about lifty young men and wonn-n attending . We ap peal to tin* you tig peonlc of tin* congre gation to assist and support us in our splendid worl . 1.. M KOSEfU l> dl li WINS TWO FRIZES *.T FOOD S,IO\V. The Kovel i I « itil*, under th • guh! a tux* of Mrs. Adolph Morris, spent l-t'-'t winter. doing some literary ivori;. I Ml**- j ing the summer they changed their 1 line oi work amt under the direr, ion i.r .Mrs. Mot Mrs. Wu. Hams.;., -petit one t< .< noon in two wn iii r.l the Morris la me learning to cun an ', preserve IV-.h. They were in . - fed in winning two lirst pri/.es at the Feed and Flowi i show at the auditorium last week. They have returned to their regular r!ul> work tor tin* winter season. They 'celebrated Hallowe'en with a party at the home of one of the giv*-- \. A. C. ( U K. Tin* plans for the A. A. C. Moohlight da tut* to he given at tlu* Coronado ; clnh. Deeembcr 1. ate almost coin I loted. Tlu* Coroiiudo dill* whicli is known as one of the most beautiful dam-. Imlls in the West is most appropriate lor a "Moonlight Dance." Those who have never seen the Coronado will want to take this opportunity: and j those who have already been there will certainly want to dance there again. Tin* regular Coronado .la/./, j orchestra, has been procured for the evening. it will It* a pleasant evening spent a monger a sociable crowd. Do not miss "The Moonlight Dance." Tickets, whicli may lie procured front any member, include war tax. cin eking and refreshments. L. 1.. 1 CONSTRICTION OF UETII ISRAEL HOSPITAL PROGRESSING RAP IDLY. A meeting of tlu* Hoard of Direr-' tor's of Doth Israel Hospital was held at 4 lie Adar.i * hotel Monthly evening. Nov. l, u iii-ii it was announced that tin* contractors "ill proceed at once witdi the installation of Hi heating jilant and plumbing. Tlu* < ild Folks' Home is completed j and the chapel In connection with the Home is being finished and complete ly furnished l»v Mr. A. Cohn. Tlu* tin p.mrinl plates are now ready for engravityj. T’nose who have sub seriiHMl for them kindly eomuutnieate with Mr- !. Unde in referenee to same. Then* are. also, a few rooms still available, which may he dedicated to < me loved one. Thou* who made pledges to this institution which they have not y. t paid are urged to do so immediately ns money is needed Tor tlu* current i xpcn-.littires. A mass meeting will lv held at Hooker street syuggog Saturday < ve iling. Nov. VJ nc S p. in. Then* will be prominent speakers who "ill dis cuss flu* progress of the building of tin* hospital. Every body is welcome. - M. <l. M. THE WINDSOR FARM DAIRY. Delivers early ami promptly. Pur*; and health giving milks and (reams trotn healthy cows. Get on oitr route. Call Main CI3G. In Memoriam • ! < In loving tiikl sacred nii'mor.v iir our 1 beloved sun ;iml brother, Pernio . •'.reeuhiirg wliu deparlrd this life, Nov. ' 7. r.MN. Sadly 111 i-• *•« *« Iby mother and ] sisters. In loving nienmr.t of Waller I. Tish ler. who departed I Ids life. November n. iin». MUS. M. TIKIII.KR. AiiTin it II ti. iii j:r. AlllS. ( IIAKI.FS CIiKKNVI.AV. lIFNYFR All SIC? ( Cl. WII L KK .MODEL W> SiOU KOOMS. The Denver Al.isie compunv. estab . ! lisped in Denver t iiiriy-.-oven years ago, will soon begin ihe l eino "cling | of Its building at Stou. street- to include one of the inosi up- .o-ilal*- j and heautifully.appointed phonograph and plnyer-pluno show rooms in the e.-t. Win -a e'unpleted ihe new ar tuug.-im-iit will include thirty-five in dividual music rooms. The estimated cos! of installing tin* new features i v i ■'••L'l.r.oo. . The window display on Stour dree; will lie enlarged so as to afford exactly ! I twice as inueli space as that occupied ;at ilie present time. The entire lirst j j Hour under the new plan will Im* given ! over to the suial! goods • department. | music and land Instrunicm display, sheet mush* seel ion and general unices, < l the llriu. The Denver Music eempauy has rc*- I linquished its spare on I lie second hour of the Kress building, at Six teenth ami Stout streets. out the liym has contracted a lease for second tloov ; space in the Coronado building which • alls for the occupancy of fourteen of the present otliee room.' which adjoin the music company building. This entire second floor will he used inclusively fur photo graph, piano ami player-piano hsphiv . \. illi Nit* n*«• *• ■: and music roll departments added. One of the main features of the remodeling plan is the Mason-Ilam'in • xliihit room. This room is to Ik* ,1. pitifully furnished and adapted ! wiiji special round devices. One Mas-j ; on-I!aialiti instrument will be install- i • d for demonstration purposes. \iiui her -imli.ir. hut smaller room.* will he e ii:ip;M'd for the demon, t rat ion . of the Apollo player-grand a . ! will I he KIIOWII a- the "AjMi’lo room.” "The alterations will douiile our ca- ! | | nelty atal relieve annoying conges j : ion." said F. .V. Cox. president of the j :iu's’c liriii. "We have fell the. lie* 1 . of expair on for some time and I le tie\<* tt'hen the nllcr.it ior.s are com- j • ■leted our rooms will h * the mos i handsome and elegant I\-appoint• d In the west." I SIR 5. RUDE COMMUNITY CENTER ANNOI N C E A! >. N T S WEEK OF NOV. 11. Nov. in s. C. N. Nov. 10. Choral society. Nov. I". A 'A. C. Sunday nft-rno.e, ;(K) p.. m. Nov. Id Sionlnn. Nov. i.V C. A. C. Nov. 1.1. n. W. 1.. Nov 1 . T. N. T. Nov. 17 -S. C. N. M. S. C. A regular meeting of the M. S. C. was held Nov. tl. 11)21 at the home of 1 Anna Stein. Flection of oflieers was held which r« lilted in Rebecca lon stock for president : Alina Stein, seere- : .arv: (iladys Rosc.ilmum. treasurer. , The Hallowe'en parly proved very sltcessflll. A. S. PRESIDENT OfTaKNEHIE INST! II l TF LISTS FOR!) AMOND NA TION’S PERUjS. j Pittsburg. -Addressing the Pit Is hurg Asoeiation of Credit Men on "The Perils of the Republic." Samuel Darden Church, president of Carne gie Institute, llayed Ilcnry Ford and! his vicious campaign of anti-Semitism, i Ford was listed by Dr. Church | among the Nation’s perils. Dr. Church introduced his remarks with the assertion that new foes hove| arisen that should bo met with the same courage in pone** as the country j . showed in war. In reference to Fold 1 end the "international” organ of tlit* j Ford family, lie unit!: "Another peril of the Republic is Henry Ford. !h inaugur.Ved a week ly magazine. The .Dearborn Indepen- j i 11(11*. and i devoting the whole power el ids wealth to a persistent, ldgor- ! <d. mendacious and malignant attack upon our citizens of Jewish faith.” In order that all Jewish patients ; rnay be supplied with kosher meat, at the instance of Committees from I.iv i rpool and Manchester, the Final" oi eoinmirtee of tin* Lancashire Asylums Hoard has recommended that .til such patients in county asylums be trans ferred to Prestwieli Asylum, wln rc proper facilities will l.e provided. The largest at tendance of Jewish worshippers ever gathered under o.ic roof in this country, attended sdrvict - at Medinali Toinplc. Chiengo. where Voin Kippur services were held und-v he auspices of Temple Shalom C‘»;i --; gregation. Dr. Abram Hirst hberg. : i abbi. *•: OCOOOOC*.v vOOOvOOO vC>ovOo.o vOOOOvOO'OOO OWOOOOO'OO'oooooo il® DELICATESSEN f BS£9S!I Grocery and Bakery Is now Open for Business g : at the DIAMOND “A” MARKET I ; 1533 Lawrence, Next to GOLDEN EAGLE | Free Delivery Same Day V 20LBS.fl SUGAR 1 WITH 57.50 GROCERY ORDER g > Read Offer lJelow Carefully , > 8 5 . ItltKAD —Large loaf. Q r ?. > ' wrapper, euch wU o 20 LBS. SUGAR Milwaukee and Mark 0,, $l.OO J I I'uuiperniekl. l . Ih Oli > We Sell the Finest Rye ami Ail- £ Wheal Slreud in Denver. <y WUli $7.50 Grocery Order eonklea. aaanrtwl. PC. | j With mi order for groceries - dozen o > amounting to ST.oll. exclusive of Pretzels. «(■ O £ aey k?nd of sugar or any kind of |i,. iIOC > Itmr. )<m to unler -JO 5p |,.,., t (In IC.IIk § \ ixiuiiils of line granulated Sugar or Doughnuts, cake or 4Cp O , for $l.OO. or 10 |M>uiids for "Hie raised, dozen Iwl/ ! With every »Will order of una-erlr*. Nll>T Km lU-. SC.IKI o > Cronrirs at llrmly's Standard Xnvy Henna. IS Ilis. sum g I'rires Why pay more? MEXIA DIVIDEND PAYER Here O a propnslli.iii tlmt should ltit.*r«>m -.••mi. A OIVIDKNI* PAYER tlu«t litis I it I 12S per ••ear 111 CASH tiivitl.Mills 111 the past nine mnntlis an.l paying I per rent in.Mith'v NoW fri.iii present pro.lutlnn. Our Ural MKXIA well is drilling ICIt.IIT IN 'l'll H HEART OF THE I'IKKH. .mi the stun.- sirin ture anil right 111 line with the f :rn■>!!> Klrhy and 0.-H.uiherg gli«!iei s. We «.rr. r a limited limaln-r <>f units ..f The Puthllnder Syndieate at Par Value, J* 10.01) per unit. 1 128'' Paid in Cash Dividends O KPIHI. 1. ;:»•_*l. I PKIt CKNT CASH WAS PAID o MW 1. Hl'.’l. S Pklt CKNT CASH WAS PAIO ON .II'NK I. !'.•_• I. I PKIt CKNT CASH WAS PAIO ♦ < \ .It I.Y 1. Pi_l. I PKIt CKNT CASH WAS PAIO ON AFC. 1. ltt.M. » PK It CKNT CASH WAS PAN* ON SKPT. t. I'.i'-'l. I PKIt CKNT CASH WAS PAH* ON OCT. I. P.r.M. i(ii PKIt CKNT CAM! WAS PAN* ON Ot ; 1.-.. p.r_*l. I PKIt CKNT CASH WAS PAIO Next Dividend Will Be Paid on Nov. 15, 1921 and Miil H.-ilptloiiK re.e!ve.l up to noon, mi that date, will participate lit it. At"!' NOW. T<>l>AY. Cali, wri.e <>r wire. THE PATHFINDER SYNDICATE lIV. First National Pauli Ituildinc, llrnvrr. Colorado. - J Want Advertisement: MO It SALK— Seven room motion; house*. 1 lots garage. North Side *_* 147 (Jrovo. lit Itnbbi A. lira ude’s residence nml of. ! lice is located at 1400 Federal Illvil I Tel. Champa f»4or». IIJ-4I j MODKItN front stcjmi heated room with private family. IJKIO Irving. I'.OAKII AND ROOM tor on t\v« [ gentlemen in strictly private fain | iiy. rhoiic YorA liTsl-W. or call 11* 1• i i Hast :istl. Avc. It i KLKCA.NT rooms for one or two porch included, very reasonahh j home convenienees. .*i!7 Mast (sth Avc 1 So. 2120-. T. 1i . « >!t it:A\T i .lie ftirillsltcd sl«'('i>i ll j room, privclges of kitchen to couple. ! 2447 (Jilpitt St. | FOR RENT—Exetdient front sleeping room for gentlcm in. Private home ! 244!) (.ilpin S* YUI NC man wants room and board wirh refined healthy family. !?o\ 2< nenvev Jewish News. \o t :• «. OF DIBBOLI TIOM \V >, tin* iindcrs-lg-ied. Dwight 1.. Chap i man. President and K«*y l\ .Imlg, Sec re Ia r v "I 'i'li.- A ill** Mercha ml! s«- Co.. a mr porutloii formed under the laws of Mo State "I' Colorado, do hereby give nolle* tii.it :it a meeting of the stockholder* ol sain corporalhot. duly called lor the pm pose of considering tin- propriety «*f ills solving said corporation. and held at I)**n l Vi *r. in tin City of Denver, state of Colo ra.!o n:: i First ilay of November. A D. I'.)_'l. pursuant to tint ice given to the stockholders thereof in the manner pro vid'd I. • I iw for the milling <>f coekhold ers' nu-i-tii’.irfor tin* p'.i. p >se of .limend lug ac.i'-us of Incor-mri*lion, tin* stock I* • 11 . i■ * i's, ii- a vote of more ili.m Iwo-thirdu of t In- ' erit in capital stock •>'' slid eor ,-i. ordered said corporation to be 111 sdved. Wc further certify that all debt* owing by-• i i corporation have he n rally l-iibl. IT. WI.'NKsS .WDI’U. have ; i ~ i; , oo i in- s- 1 1 of said e. 1-a ■■..!. * lit-. r;r.*i day of November. DYVIC.HT !,. CHAPMAN. ATTHST I * resident. lIOV !•'. .ll'Mi. Secret a ry. [Corporate Seal. 1 IS. ROSENBERG Wholesale Retail Kosher Delicatessen The best in Denver New Location Biggest in West Denver 3204 W. COLFAX Phone Champa 4317 SUREIY BONDS INSURANCE \VM. K. WKRD. tieneral A«ent I„. It, COIIKN, General Attorney sol Tlir.KX SntKTY CO. 1204 Foster IM'd'g. Phone Main 3722 Plione Main 7803 Office Plume, Champa 8233 Schriber & Friedman Painting and Decorating Contractors 1438 Arapahoe St. Denver, Colo. Western States Oil E. T. Williams Oil Western Oil Fields r-nllßtlt. Kohl. <}!».!< (1. H. V. WAI .ES & CO. Msii.i 7(!S(i—Main 7C87 510 California Bldg.