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' f YOUR PHOTOGRAPH A Lasting Remembrance of Friendship An Agreeable Surprise to Your Family An Ornament to Your Home A Real Work of Art in Your Likeness When Made by the CENTRAL STUDIO Tel. Champa 892 Enterprise Bldg. 829 Fifteenth St. Why Fon Shampoo If You , Manicure Can Massage OU&t —VvA' w Have Wk/V Hair Curl j^A\ Why do your own work. In our plaeA Denver Hair and Beauty Culture Academy Rooms 208-9 Enterprise Building I’hone Champa 8187 BOWLING Pocket Billiards /Tfljrl and Cafe \aHIM" :N IUIWMMi ALLEYS PRIVATE PARTIES I IVE TABLES A SPECIALTY DENVER BOWLING COMPANY i 1523 Champa Street ’ Palmer Pleating and Button Co. i Dress Pleating Cloth Covered Buttons • Button Holes Hemstitching 10c per Yd. $ Work Called for and Delivered 4 Tel. Main 1996 201 Charles Bldg. ' DENVER LEADING OSTHEOPATHiC PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS I Office phone Main 6474—Res. phone York 4238 J Dr. Garfield J. James I 428-29 Empire Building Sixteenth ami Olcnarm Streets t , Phones: Office Champa 1323 Residence: * Res. South 2393-W 623 Pennsylvania Dr. M. W. Bailey 1 Osteopathic Physician 432 Empire Bid;;. 16th and Clenarm Sts. Denver, Colo. Office Champa 5823 Phones: Dr. Will banks—Res. South 4808-W l)r. Dean—Res. York 8865 I)RS. WILLBANKS & DEAN Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons liooms <lOl-4 I Inn er, Temple four! . ISUIr. Colorado National Young Judaea Important Notice Jewish organizations in Now York City ami vicinity are asked to leave open the date. February I Nth. 11)22. ’t his evening lias Ik'oii set aside for the Zionist dance of the year. The dance will lie conducted by Young Judaea and will take place at the noth Regiment Armory. Organiza tions which would like to unite with Young Judaea in the running of this idance are invited to get in touch with National Headquarters. Fully lo.UOO .people can lie accommodated. The dance is expected to he one o! tin* most brilliant and colorful events of the season. Members of tin disting uished European Zionist delegation Will positively lie present. Meeting of the National Executive * Committee At the meeting of the National Esc Upstairs Shopping fl'hone Main :i7M» 'i'll lmvfi » Beautiful Complexion Is Really No Trouble At All IH At Tlu* Approved MarinelloShop Cpstairs b 1551 California Street j r. -S Hedgcock and George i I .Phone Hours: Main 4f>4o 10 to 12 P. M.—2 to 4 P. M. ’ Dr. George W. Perrin 317 Empire Building 1 nr. i'lms. <:. Knisell Denver. Associate Polo. Office: Main 1234—Res. Arvada 881-J-2 Dr. Frederick A. Luedicke OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Knipirr Bide., Mill and (ilenarm Otllee l’lioiie lies. :!7.V. Federal Bird. Main 1702 Phone lla'llnp PJliil Dr. Ralph M. Jones 321 Mack Bldg. Honrs: Denver, > l) lo - A. M.—o to o P. M. Colo. citiive I'liniuiiltH 1 of Young .1 udtien held on Sunday. November dtli. at tin? oflice of Nutliuii Strauss tin* primipnl \ ottng Judaea lomlors assembled for tin* first time since tin* Holy Days mid made plans for tin* activities of tin* coming, year. A new ineuiher of l Ik* Executive coimnittee elected to till a vm*nney was Mr. Mot* Turman, v ho has recently come into prominence in connection with his work as < hair man of the Finance committee of Young .hid aon and the Dance commit tee. A communication wad read from Miss Henrietta S/.old from Jerusalem in which Miss Sssold urged upon Young Judaea that it should undertake some (Mention educational activity in Pales tine Miss Szohl suggested for instance that Young Judaea found and equip a domestic science institute in connec tion with one of. the schools or a work ■ shop for hoys. The budget submitted No one seems to know or remember just how the upstair’s shop vogue started, but today it is an established feature of commercial life, and the unusual number of shops in Denver where people either climb the stairs or take the elevator proves conclusively too that it is a popular feature. If anyone takes the trouble to investigate he will be surprised at the variety of ar j tides sold in these upstairs shops. Not only merchandise'of all kinds, but an imposing I 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 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- j factory business, as many of them have been in the same “upstairs” location for years —some of them even going so far as to remark that they personally prefer to do busi ness where they are than on the street level. One of the unusual features of the upstairs shops situation in Denver is the number of institutions that cater to women —now and then you will find one that bids for 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 Photography. Unquestionably the complexities of modern commercial life has been responsible in a way for the development of the upstair’s idea, just as the hugely increased value of 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 in the down town districts. The shops that have decided to present their appeals to Denver people in this col lective manner are all of an unusually fine type. Phone Main 7283 A. B. DUPLER Manufacturer of BETTER GRADE FURS 1526 Champa Street Denver, Colorado Dr. Murray Graves OSTEOPATH Broken Arches a Specialty No-nrch Supports Used ROOM 214-15 BARTH BUILDING rlwnr Main CIS' All treatments nj appointment DR. RALPH B. HEAD DR. HOWARD E. LAMB DR. HARRY F. SCHAFFER 235 Empire Bldt;. Phone Main 1819 Hours: 9 to 1: 210 a Dr. Katharine Westendorf Osteopathic Physician Office 410 Kittmlge Blilg.—Phone Main 3002 Res. 1322 East Colfax Ave.—Phone York 830 IMiono Champa .".">Bl Dr. Dale H. Craig Cirocltlte (1903) A. K. (>. KIItKSVILLE, MO. 710 Interstate Trust Building |>y Miss R/.uld showed tlmt this would j involve an expense of about $2,1100. The executive eominiltee instructed, the Administrative committee to coll ier with I>r. Alexander M. Dushxin I on this matter and on the question of erecting a small school building in one of tlie newly formed Jewish col onies to la* known as the Young •Judaea building. Mid-Western Conference. An invitation lias been sent to .Mil waukee Young Judaeans to organize a conference of the Young Jmlaea clubs of the Middle West. The matter is being given consideration. Chicago reports 1”» clubs meeting regularly and conducting active Young Judaea work and new clubs being or. pnnizod in I.nwndale and the West Side. leaders Handbook Chicago leaders have hit upon a novel plan of securing the Leaders THE DENVER JEWISH NEWS E. T. SIMMONS ROSE SCHWAB Plume Champa 3754 Bon Ton Specialty Shop Kmlirnhlrrinc. Braiding. Chain Kl itching ami Stamping | Hemstitching. Buttons ami Pleating 326 Barth Block—l6th and Stout Mail orders Riven special Denver, j attention —Postage prepaid Colorado | Why Wait Until too Late The Bankers Accident Insurance Company of Des Moines, lowa E. C. Coburn GENERAL AGENT 324 First National Bank Bldg. Phone Main 7076 i Handbook l».v milking :t 11 initial pny i.iciit on their registration fee anti pay j ing tlu» bain nee in montlily install ■ meats of Joe. This plan lias met with ' tin' approval of the national admin istration and other leaders are invited to register on this basis if they so desire. The registration fee is sJ.ot) per year. The initial payment should be SI.OO and the hnlnnee remitted at the rate of ’Joe per month. OVER SIX HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS FOR MEDICAL AID. Since tin* time* when the special medical unit of the Joint Distribution <-oin in it tee went to Poland to oi'Kimi/e local forces for systematic medical and sanitary work, a total amount of s<*•.*<4,soo was spent by the committee lor that purpose, according to tin* last report of the committee on Medical .Aid. [ Conferences with representatives of ' (li«> local Jewish population on the or \ ganizatiou of medical aid have been ; held in Cracow, Kovno, Brest-Litowsk, Bialystok and Vilna ! and special appropriations were made • j to promote tin* work in each district. 1 With regard to sanitary provisions, i the construction ol* bathhouses has been of great importance. In nearly ! all parts of Poland work has been | begun on 'the construction of new bath 1 houses anti tin* repairing of tin* old j ones: thus, bathhouses are being con- I strueted in seven towns in tin* district i of Lemberg (Basttrn Galicia): in th" district of Bialystok. six bathhouse-* have already been completed and twen ! ty more are nearly ready. The same is true of ocher districts. In some towns the American Landsmanscbafteu I have been contributing to the work. ' In the Bialystok district eight old ®HOW IS YOUR WATCH? GEO. ROBINSON Efficiency Our Motto—Come Up, See Us and Save Money 1622 Arapahoe Room 15-16 ! You* The Hopkins Studio > Photographs Charged in I On Your Regular Daniels and Fishers Tower P:„* . Makers of Kill Quality Photographs Telephone Main 110 : ALBERT HOLT Vocal Teacher “Old Italian School” Speaking Voices Developed Public Speaking Classes a hullo .‘520 Barth Block Phone Champa 5055 fi. K. AIILRI'RN N. A. LACY rimin' Main 25!4 COLORADO OSTRICH FEATHER i COMPANY Cleaning. Ctirline, DyHnp and Rrpnirinc ! Booms *21:514 McCllntfHk Block ! . I 1534 California Street Cor. Sixteenth Denver, Colorado Violin Telephone Sevcik Method Clmmpn 2rtt>:s Professor Konoysky Institute of Musical Art Kohemian System Tli(*or.v nnd Couching Sclent ille Methods 120(5 Pianos 15th Street Dr. Masons Rooms H-!» Chopin Meitimls Miss Catherine McCune Ktittni 232 Drown Palace Hotel Main 1740 Oradunte in Electrolysis of Dr. John son's Moles and Warts of Columbia Col lege of Beauty, N. Y. Work guaranteed. The Tlmroiua Terjis superfluous hnlr permanently. No depilatory used. This' is a home treatment. Call or write.! Inclose stamp. Brown Palace Beauty Parlor pharmacies have been restored, and six now 0110 s have been established. In addition to Us work in Poland, tho Joint Distribution committee li« s contrlhntod s.'td.r»oo for mod ion l and sanitary work in Latvia, and lias ap propriated SIO,OOO for tho estnblish mont of a hospital at Muncncz in a district of ('zooho-Slovakia, in wliiob a Jewish population of over 100.000 lias thus far not had any medical instilulion whatsoever. NEW AMERICAN CONSULATE IN KOVNO. Purine tlie* work tho State Popnrt ment nnnoumvd that an American Consulate had been opened in Kovno. Lithuania. on Nov. 7th. in oharp. of Consul Kd wards. This now Consulate will ho the non rest to tho Russian border. and for that reason is of par ticular imporenneo from a Jewish # LADIES’ BOOTS Oxfords $3.85 to $6.85 MUTH’S Second Moor Fifteenth and Arapahoe Streets EXCHANGE BUILDING 10c a Step—2o Steps Save $2.00 ALL LEATHERS—ALL STYLES L«\v mid II lull Shoes All Hist's and widths from 1 to 8 Specialise on Ladies’ Footwear r -'WITO CHOICE $4.90 A REAL yx.oo VAftf ' The New Shoe Shop 209 Charles Bldg:. Denver, Colo. i , The DeLux Studio For Photography 1230 Sixteenth Street Phone Main 8239 522 Tabor Building I'hone ( hampa 5951 DR. W. E. STONE DENTIST 307 Bank Block riione Main 2764 UNITED CO. MODERN ..SIGNS.. —and— SHOW CARDS 1206 Fifteenth Street Corner of Lawrence Phone Champa 2886 standpoint on account of tin* niuny Russian .lows who arc espiTtwl to emigrate from Soviet Russia, now that the ivst riot ions against emigration have boon lifted to n considerable de gree in that eoumry. Tlie problem «.f entry by these* people into Lith uania. and the other border states, where Amerienn Consulates are estab lished, atal the question of the Issu ance of visas to them by the ('on | sulates < is a complicated one and nor; .In* object of negotiation abroad, and at some later time 1 hope to treat of this subject, at length. JEW ELECTED MAYYOR OF BIRMINGHAM (J. C. IK Servlets.) London- A Jewish alderman, David Davis, has been elected Lord Mayor of Iliruiingham. one of the largest j industrial centers in clu* British Isles.