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Phone Champa 1371—1378
For
Good Work J-
Repair
NEWhCTHOD
CLEANERS &DYFRS
2009-11 Champa Street
Made Only In Denver
bj
THE 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. 3153
HEALTH ANI> ACCIDENT
INSURANCE
‘Ttlo.jc S.
cvnv kino or
jK4«Aakce
Suite 335 Umpire Bldg,
riiones:
Main 3S»T» Champa 5343
Lang’s Mineral Baths
Mineral. Vapor. Elect ro Therapeutic
Itatlis with (hiropratic Adjustments
111) FOURTEENTH STREET
Tel. .Main 5056 Denver, C 010.
Regular Meals 45 Cents
If von want to cut h good, tasty
weul and feel tlioroly at home
go to
Newmans Restaurant
110!) Eighteenth St. Tel. M. 4918
v
■ I

The Windsor Farm Dairy Co
“Honest 51 Ilk from Clean Cows"
Main 5136-513?
1855 Blake Street. Denver. Colorado
M. M. GOTTLIEB
INSIKANCK AGENCY
I’lio.ir ( lilt ill pit .1.118
All Kinds of InBUraiice Jli*j>ri*scnUug Old
Line I'ouipxnleH Only
7t!fi Colorado Bldr.
DENVER. ( OI.OKAIK).
Tony Sarroni 11. E. Wolff
Sarconi Billiard Co.
Commisions placed on Elections,
Base Ball and all Sporting
Events
1642-1644 Welton Street
rbone Main 3321—Denver
ptciuiNa a Bjunite ivrmai
L* WOLF? MAMUFACTL’IirVO CBh.
PIPB. VAI.VKfI, FITTINO9
Tall«-KlnM W mtmr (apply »r»ta«
ISM-M WaaM (treat UaaTar, n«U.
CATUERI AND CONPRCTIONKJSUi
Hungarian Flour Mills
Hungarian Highest Patent Flour
The rionuer Feed pad Hour House
of the WeAt
MURAD
The Most Famous
in the World
Turkish Tobacco
fi£sT QUALITY OF ALL CIGARETTES
Do Not Forget that
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
m auJMu — • I
It' You Reside
Beyond Denver
In an luiirhy •Ity or toivn, uuil
want to «*:i |.i >■ tin- h;i tin’ ad
In r«l»4>|»t»' 11 tr to do 1 »i*iiver r»*tdd«Mit*
—Junt i-'Hti* ui for wlnit you want,
and Vo 1 || ;,•( It l*ar*.-| I*n*d or
KxpreHM diarKei prepaid on them*
tor inn
“You money"* worth or >»»ur money
bin L."
WlCHAgLSON’S
IIond to fimt OntfttterH for Man.
Woman, or CJlilIU.
Corner I ."it It and I-orliner Sir«*D.
■ ■'»r.....
Mrs. Rosen’s
Kosher
Restaurant and Lunch Room
IIOMK COOKIN'(i
Cigars, Tobacco, Soft Drinks
SOW West Colfax
Denver, Colo.
SPECIAL PRICES
ON
De Molay Pins
It Will Pay You
to See Us First.
Mariam Jewelry Shop
Popular Priced Jewelers
1008 Seventeenth St.
"'OOOOvOO c OOOOOOOOOOvtX'OOOCK
2 We Cater to Parties <
O I
SP3 NAT’S
RESTAURANT f
% HOME COOKING ?
«;> f
% 1*!I.» Fifteenth Street
£ Denver, Colo. •:
6am^oox>^xfcfoocs^aao:o.o^oyoj
Phone .Main .">722 I’hotie Main 7801'
Olliee Phone, Champa 8233
Schriber & Friedman
Painting- and Decorating
Contractors
1138 Arapahoe St. Denver. Colo.
M.inuf-i- ,/ < ’aterlujr
rr
< midy Kat. 187- Ic<-< ‘r am
Tile Cleveland Connell of Jewish
Women, tii an open nietinu> voted in
Invoi* of n*-atliliiition with tin* Nation,
ui Comieil. Tie Cleveland Council
withdrew from the national l»odv in
Marshall Heads Ameri
can Jewish Committee
(Contimuni from |iukc 1.)
bis bin'll .‘experts’ wlm routimu- to
publish 'revelations' and ‘exposes’
als mu tin- formidable 'international
-Ifw.’ In each issue of th,. Dearborn
Independent. ilu* Fortl lutermfTiona:
Wti-kly. Knell article surpasses its
predis t-ssor in exhibiting da- iiu-pti
link*, lia* ignorance. and tin-' malevol
ence of tin- •rxiH-rts* wifb cannot roll
rrn 1 tln-lr wrath at tin- growing indif
lereiicc which an ungrateful people is
' manifesting towards their silly propa-
I ganda.”
Immigration Kestrid ion
Following the discussion of anti-
Semitic movements in this country,
lhr report takes up tile question of th,-
restriction of immigration calling at
tention to the fact that tin- quick )»«•*-
sage of the three |m-recur restriction
law in t’ongress was in large measure
due to the national and racial animosi
-1 lies engendered by the World War.
The steps taken to oppose the passage
of the law which consisted of tie
• uppearnmv of representatives of the
I organization before the Mouse and
: Semite committees and a memorial ad
dressed to President Harding after tin
i bill had passed, are aUo referred to
The report, while discussing the sub
ject of immigration, recalls "an episode
v. liieh wav calculated to bring dl—
| grace upou Hie .b wish. p«*oplc.” This
the submission by the' State' T»opnrt
mem of a nieiiiora prepared -un
der the direction of Mr. Wilbur .1
t’a'T, director of the Consular service
which was given out by the Associated
Press as coming direct from the Scc:c
lar.v of State. Mr. Hughes, ascribing
io biie as the opinion that our res trie,
tioti of immigration should be so rig
id "I ha; it would be impossible for
Armenian.-. Jet. Persians and Hus
S .Mis to enter the I nited States.” 1 Ids
tiutiter was quickly cleared up and
Mr. Hughes' attention was called to
the fact that the report presented was
| replete with mi'ta tenants . and that
• hire was strong evhleia-e that it was
i «.t | rep.i*■*-11 by persons familiar with
the problems involved.
Jewish War Service SfufisJics.
During tin- past year tin- work
which had been conducted by the office!
oj Jewish War Ueeords of the com-!
j mltiee since 1!»1 7 was iirought to an
end and the office was discontinued on
| the ”.ls| of July last. Tills action was
■ taken by the commit;'--- after consulta
tion with the Jewish Welfare Hoard
which had provided mosi of the funds.'
Arrangements have been made to
; have tiie records -tored in such a man
ner that they will la- easily accessible
, whenever it will be found useful to
'cou&ilt them or whein-v«-r it will be
possible to revise and perfect them on
■ tiie ba.'is ~f o ffit• ini documents. The
, commit lei- lias directed Mr. Leavitt-i
! the former director of the otlicc of j
| Jewish W ar lieeords. to prepare a com
plete report on tin- basis of the eon |
I sidcruldc la»dy «»f information which.
, !u* had succeeded in collecting.
Elections of Officers, Kte.
j The present officers of the commit*!
I tee wen- reelected. Mr. i.ouis Mar- |
; shall remains ihe President. Doctor!
. Cyrus Adler of Phiiadelphia and
' Julius Hoseuwald. tile Vice-IT* idelit \ \
and Mr. I-ane W*. Ib-rnbeim of I.ouis* i
x ill** the Treasurer. The following]
I memliers of tin- executive committee.
whose terms expire on tile first >»f j
! January next, were lv-eelcled f«»r an-j
j other term of three years, t'yriis Ad.
: h»r. Abram I. Llkus. Albert D. Lasker
j and A. IjCo Weil.
Ararat I.*»dge. .Vo 1:; Independent-
Order P/nai P-ritli. of Hartford, Conn..
| llio oldest New Fiigluiid bulge of lb. 1 !
| eider, has launched plans for tin- cole
-1 tirutiou "I the seventieth nniilxersnry |
] of its «-\ist*-!u-*-. tin* eelehralion to
] take place December iv
I A. Levy lias been re-elected a mem
, her of the Council of Creator Habitat,
1 Australia. Mr l.e\ y is the only mem
j her of the Council who lias held the
‘ position continuously for over lift ecu
years.
L/.okial Leavitt, well-known Hebrew
i poet of I to-ton. ha.- another book, com*
| ing out soon, "parrot Gods.”
THE DENVER JEWISH NEWS
Four Adventurers in
Israel
A KKdIKD ()i Til KIR AiHIKtK-
M KM'S
Four adventurers in Israel set out
one July evening In <m a ditti
eult journey along the highways ol
•Iminisui. Theirs wan flu* great iv- I
sponsihility <>f bringing together Ke
forui Judaism aml AnaThnu Jewry.
Ami they hardly guessed ut the ob
stacles that lay ahead. A ehary wel
come awaited them, for the coiiiiuuni
s es to which they were to come were
still enchained to age-old tradition,
were uniformly hostile to religion
formulated by modern thought. More
* than all else, their task was to justi
fy the existence of the llehrew I'nioii
College, for they were the lirst to call
the now and much-criticised theolo
gical school • Alma Mater.”
> !>». Isaac M Wise, founder and
president of the Hebrew I'nlon Col
* lege, conferred the degri*cs and pre
sented the diplomas when these four
adventurers set out tin their life-long
pilgrimage. Unhid Henry Uerkowitz.
Kahlii Joseph Kranskopf. Uahld l>avid
. Philipson. and the late Hnldd Israel
, Aaron, were the tirst four men to grad,
mite from the Hebrew I'nlou College.
Their name- are among the most illn.
ttrious in modern Jewry. Their
achievement' for Israel, for America,
and for their own communities in tlilr
tv-eight years of ministry are tin* un
mistakable answer to those who ar
gue “The Kahlil's calling is futile.
Nothing can he accomplished by the
ministry for (!od or man. Why then
support the Hebrew Cllioil College?”
Theirs has been a notable attainment
in spreading the message of Judaism
end promoting the wclfiir* of liuninti
ll.v.
A proof>f»f the diseounigement that
beset the Uabhi's career is the fuel
that of sixteen men who enrolled in
the Hebrew I’nlon College hi IN7.V
| IN7IS. only the above named foil** were
. • in the lirst graduating class. They
i met fop their studios in the hnseineitc
j school rooms ,»f Temple IVnal Israel
I i for two years, umi for four years after
that in Bene Ycshuriiu Temple. It
! was not until lssi that a resklenc**
: was purchased to he remodeled into
| tie Hebrew I'nion College. l>r. Isaac
M. Wise and Kevcreiul Solomon Kp
. I piliger. J*»r; .Max IJlicuthal. F.munul
H | laieweuthal. Ahraliiiin Harris, lands
Anfrecht and Mosc« Miclzincr. in
structed ihisJlrst class, and IM\ Kauf-
UQihn Kidder. Kahlii It. Szold. Itever
end <lcargo Jacobs, ami • Kahhi A.
I Moses conducted the oral examina
tions. I’hillpsnn was valedictorian.
Kahhi Henry lierkowilz
On the evening of'July 11. lss.”
i a historic. night in American Judaism
~ these four adventurers set out, an I
you shall hear how they farc'd:
a At .Mobile. Alalia mu. Kaldd Bcrk
-1 owitz lir-t sought to exemplify his
ii ideals of religious devotion and social
s service. There, in addition to his
t rabbinical duties, he organized tie*
s humane for the protection
i of eliildveil and animals from cruel
ly. At Kansas City, where he next was
«tilled lie organized the lirst bureau
c ol charities and was'appointed by tin*
* ! governor of Missouri to represent tin*
. stall- at dp* National Conference of
i Charities and Correct ions. luimediate
i ly after, the voting Kahlii came to
; Temple K »deph Slinlom in Phiiadcl-
IHiin —a synugog enriched with a een-
I, tury of tradition, where lie lM*gau hi'
. great wmk of spreading the message
«;■ Judaism. Tin* rubid’s task lie and
the tlm-o others who graduated with
1 1i III hel ! ' v<*d is lioi merely to ox
i pound the ideals of Israel in the word
- ol tied from the pulpit on Sabbath
and holydnys. It is the larger task
of carrying Judaism to every Jew
• verywhen by word of mouth, printed
page and force of example. According*
l.v. in Iss.:{. lie founded the Jewish
f luMitumpia Society, which lias for
i more than a quarter of a century by
lecture and publication carried Jewish
education ihruouf the land. In addi
tion. lie helped to found and became
the lirst secretary of the Central Con
ference nf America Kabbis. He was
I appointed on the Publication commit
i tee of i; Jewish Puhlieatiou Society,
was a member of the committee wiiieh
compiled tin- I'nion Prayer Kook, and
was (.'hairman of the committees
which compiled tin* I’nion Haggadah
aiul the P.ook of Prayers for Private
Devotion, respectively. The. College
' which has helped to make ills min
istry possible, is la-iielit iug by lijs
presence on tlje Board of (lovernors
lb- lias aNo liccn president of the
Alumni Association. While Kodcph
Sholoui grew in prestige and inlliH*nee.
the Jewish C.lpiutamiua Society de
velopeil * 'orrespondciice School fot
the study of Jewish subjects and lie
education of teachers, and university
extension lectures on Jewish topics at
; leading American colleges. Kahhi
Berkowiiz has been vice-president of
the Philadelphia Playground .Associa
tion. on the Board of Kecrealiou. vice
president of the I'niversal Peace I'n
ion. and active in flic Social Purity
Alliance. He toured tin- countries of
Kurope in an investigation irip us a j
mcuihcr of Philadelphia - vice cumin i .
siou. studying social conditions and 1
their remedies In mniiy lands.
Rabbi Joseph Krauskopf
Wliile tli<. Rabid at Rodepii i*Uolom ,
was thus enriching the glory of ids
Alma Mater, at Temple Keueseth
Israel in Philadelphia, too. ids col
league, Italdd Joseph Krauskopf was ;
engaged iu different blit equally fruit-j
(ill endeavors, directed toward the
identical goal. The young Rabbi of j
Kcnoseih Israel, deemed it ids func
tion to tiring the young people to the
syuagog. To popularize the temple,
lie organized a choral society, a clr
eiilatiiig library and reading r«>oius.
groups for the study of current his
tory uml literature, and the Personal
Interest Society. To acquaint non-
Jews as well as Jews with Jewish
aims and ideals, la* published for five
distribution a series of discourses
which he was then delivering on Sun- 1
day afternoons— an Innovation in.
Philadelphia Judaism. This was tin*
>eedliug from which the Jewish l*ul>-1
Mention Society took root and became
.1 mighty brunch-work, with fourteen I
thousand members and one hundred
publisticd laioks. including a transla
tion of I lie Itilile. to its credit. While I
lie gave ids thought and energy to the
Jewish Publication Society, the Na
tional Farm School at Doylesiou.
Pa., may lie accounted Dr. Kraus-j
kopf's greatest individual achieve
meur. To tills school for the free
tuition of Jewish fanners. In* gave
twenty-two years of !:;l»or. The Idea
.of organizing it was lirst conceived in
liis mind after a visit to an orphanage
farm school near Odessa. 041 liis re
turn from tills European trip, lie di
rected liis energy towards tin* duplica
tion of the Odessa, school iu America.
TIIO National Farm School lias train,
♦si hundreds of Jewish farmers, prac
tically and thoroughly. yvithoul
charge, and lias hcl|M*d to establish
them on farms, thus contributing much
to die solution of tin* problem of tile
Jew flint has Itocn engendered by nr
l*iin life. ’Fills is ina. however. l»r.
Krailskopfs only soeiul Welfare
achievement. As early as IMMI. when
iu* first came to Philadelphia, lie help
ed to remedy existing social conditions
by taking tin* lead iu tin* Model
i ►welling Association and Model Kiteh
! eii. two ventures for relief of the poor.
| In 1 N!)7 in- went to Culm as ciiair
lean of ilu* National Relief commit
tee.
Knbbi David I'Mlipson
Rabbi David Philipson’s path lias
been tlu* Scholars way. After four
.tears iu Itnltimore. in* returned to
Cincinnati' 'in to lH*cotno Italdd
t*r Congregation Item* Israel, in tv hose
basement class rooms he had studied
during liis first years at the Hebrew j
i nion College. He was instructor in j
Mi hie. Arabic, and Assyrology at the
College and later was its professor of I
Homiletics for seventeen years. This)
scholar rabbi- whose writings on Jew
ish topics, books, magazines mid news
paper articles are numerous and not
able. was one of the founders of the I
Central Conference of American Hub-j
bis and during Ills presidency effect
ed arrangements with the Jewish Pub
lication Society for a translation of
the itilile. He was one of the seven
men who undertook tills task, lie lias
served, too. as president of tin* Jew
ish Historical Society an 1 was a con
sulting editor of I lie Jewish Kiicyelo
paedia. His devotion to Jewish class
ics luis not diminish**! this Rabin's,
zeal for liuuiun welfare. Fie was
recently selected to arbitrate the wage
< out roversy in the building trades, aml
lias been active in tlu* Associated
Charities of Cincinnati, tin* Public
Health Council, the Playground and
Recreation Council and other welfare
organizations.
The Mnifnlo Jewish Community re
calls with affectionate memory tlie
quarter century of devoted service
which Unhid Israel Aaron gave* to Con
gregation Moth Zion Indore his death ,
iu P.»P_*—the courage with which he
overcame tin* obstacles that confront [
ed the reform minister, the foresight
with which lie planned and huilt tint
new temple of ills congregation, the!
esteem he left behind in the hearts j
of his fellowmeii of every faith.
Four adventurers of Israel —diesel
were the paths they took. Who shall |
say that they left no great nionumouN
along their Journeys or that the great 1
school from which their learning and
inspiration came was not repaid mani
fold? Thru them, ami chose for whom
they paved the way. the teachings of
tile Hebrew I'niou College was spread
thruout' the land. Creator even than
their geographical inlhienee is that
these adventurers reached the hearts j
of men. who in turn gave and are giv- j
ing themselves wholeheartedly.
The appointment of Dr. Rosenberg.
\ ice-president of tlu* Vienna-Anglo
Mil 11k as Finance Director of Austria
lias been continued, lie was appoint-*
ed by Premier Sliober and when a |
cry of opposition was raised by I lie
Anlisemites. the entire ministry,
threatened to resign. lie was. how
ever, later confirmed in bis olliee an.!
was given complete control to reor
ganize the finances of the country. 1
liarry K. Weinberg lias been ap
pointed city prosecutor of Duluth.
Minn.
HAVE IT FIXED
OK PATRONIZE
THE FIRMS LISTED BELOW
EACH 18 A LEADER IN IDS PARTICULAR
FIELD AND M K K I T S YOLK 111 SIN ESS
AN/TQ TOPv A. ami K. Auto Works ’
Manufacturer* of
/ HliffU,
LTj X I Bodlfii, Painting ami I
5lO-512 W. tolfax (
New-Auto PartS-Used
jAt pries* that will nave you uioncy. New «
juaianteed Muster ami Pinion tieunt anil ;
Hear Axle Shafts priced rljeht.
The Western Auto & Parts Co.
1220 Curtis St. Ht Speer Dlvd.
Champa 4010
—\VG iiAKULk thk 1 Allot s—
— ,T~~> SECO-BATTERY
I'nr<v*t rieted tJnnrnnteo
Dixie
Spltrer Electric Co.
, 1333 tlruailw »> I*hone Champa 4130
WK IH>
w 1 It ING—FI XT l • REB-RKPA IKING
WILLIAMS Jfc ROSE ELECTRIC ALCO.
.MAX L. ROSENTHAL. Mgr.
433 Flfteoalli Street Phone Main 133 H
i/gr/hy Experts in Ignition. Motor
& Cent*ml Electric Work
We npecfallie t>u
O.xy-Acetjiene Welding
ryyiu (Jeaeral Machlue Work
Heath Bros. Murium* & Welding Co.
liat Eighteenth Street Phone Main H 33;
Pansy Motor and Cycle Works
Denver'* Lending
! llhyrle Home*
Kil'.Tt
ifIPW N' " A
i On payments
In our new home 1736-38 Idtwrenee St.
I». COHAN, Mur.
Pioneer Iron & Wire Works
'
1 133 to 1439 Market Street
| ORNAMENTAL IRON WORK.
A Specially
! rSjib SEWING MACHINES
tjfjmr REPAIRED
Sold nnd Rented
Drnphcnds As to $lO. terms
. j • Hemstitching while you wait
RELIABLE SEWING MACHINE CO.
1 532 Fifteenth Street Tel. Champa USOS
Robinson Moving & Storage
„ Company
Furniture Movetl uihl Stored
I'lano Moving ami Country Trips a Specialty
■‘hour Main 705 BiU Fourteenth SI.
/For Better Work
The 16th Street
f 5 i™* K e P ll ' r Shop
3JI 1,!,h Sl - Ornver
I \f s4 Mull »»nlors given
Rk| [ || prompt attention
i ~
!
j Weal her sbv Studio
| 1.520 Ciiiimpu St.
SLA ff Ln ml slide in photo prices
j 'll v f*»r Hu* holidays
j ILJt TWI J Duality Absolutely
i /el !g —1J ■* (iita rant cod
W. V. tirow KEKI* k MAX K. A. Lacey
Oldest Most Reliable
Ustahlislir'l 11)00
Metrupolilnn Window Cleaning Co.
Stun s i Wires -Private Dwellings
Woodwork, Painted Walls. Wall Paper
1 Phone Main 3037 13*2( lanreme Street
DR. N. WOI.i SON
j 17th and Idiwrenee Sts. Denver
PAINTINti AM) IWP’JI UANt.INti
THE JOHN P. HUGHES CO.
Shop 7 It) Thirteenth St. Plion* Main JGU>
; Successors to IV 1,, .lames .M. .V .M. Co..
Decorating Dept. 1
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I; WEEKLY JEWISH PUBLICATION NEEDS |
RELIABLE AND LI.V E-W 111 E COR- |
RESPONDENTS IN ALL CITIES. APPLY |
i T. I\ All AN, 12(10 47TH ST. BROOKLYN. N. Y. I
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WE PAY C ASH FOR USED PIANOS
; ff*' l|,rT 'ffl'"T We ilo llrst ohms
niTUNEOI
• Repairing, KcJlfilshine
W\ ; LAM AN ft JOHNSON
|f| |) MUSIC CO.
B 1— ■■ We nre Vlrtrola njrents
™Open evenings
South llrtuidway Tel. Soutli 4538
Shampooing. Manicuring .
at ml 1 laireurlingdone for 25c f' Bv«'
[Students enrolling now mil fori
Denver llaiir and Beauty w'
Culture Academy
Dooms 9<K<-0 Enterprise lluHdlng
Phene ChampM Hl'37
WM. DOMINICK
Dyer Illicit grade plstoun nml plan, piston
rings I) & It silent timing gear** r.nglne
hearings for all makes —Quality rylliidor A:
crank nlinft grinding.
825 BROADWAY
Vo*
DEADER
KORFHAGE HENNRICH
lip lmn«llo us«*d cars
1401 .Market Street Tel. Champa 1703
r 'j Henry Meyer
II Upholstering,
Furniture Repairing
I p- ■ ■—* I Phone Champa 3340
lr~ - F'* 1326 Lawrence St.
f Phone Main 7002
The N. Y. Pleating &
Button Company
Docs flue button holes, heuisflrli
lujr. pleating stud buttons
1523 Stout Street
Tl) 1 Wr .I irn KLt:*TiU li.wllnc
Iten«u Vmir tt«H»f—HipiltnlilE Hnlldina
A. B. DUPLER
Manufacturer of
Better Grade Furs
1526 Champa Street Phone Main 7283
AL. NEUMAN rj^A'.V^T.,
Spinal Nerve Adjustments
”01-3 Cfimmonweallli lUilk.
mid Stout St.
ft ml by uppoiutiauilt
Emergency
liik, 11 rut I fie ami
1 111 larlntfr St. Tel. < hunipa linn
SAVE MONEY and TAXIDERMY
Fur (Jarnieuts. ling--. tJnnie Heads,
Birds and Animals .Mounted
Furs Miitle. Repaired,
Remodeled, Cleaned \Vrll.- now
I HARR/AMtHN free
K-'ub'islicd in r.uo ■
! Champa StlStl !>“.I 1-4tli St. I’ rh• ■ • I.HI
Denver. Colorado -* ll * l <>:|l
S ODDEST AND BEST
TIIE CAPITAL DYE
AND CLEANING CO.
Tel. Multi 31M7
Ollier 1130 Stout Street
Works: \V. lllli Ave. anti Speer Blvcl.
I 1 PHONE
HARRY HARRIS
GOOD COA!.
I* CHAMPA 3550
JUST Jjjm THE HAT BOX
LIRt *8 Tel. Clian'pa 3337
NEW /) rt,tf Fifteenth >treet
/ Ladies’ and Men’s hals
<*lfi» nc*«l ami rebuilt
A Remodeled liito latest iip
i A* tn dale style if desired

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