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The SOUTHERN OIL AND |
REFINING COMPANY I Invitee all investors, big or little, to take advantage of jj present 25 < ents a share sale. It now looks like we will H finish it by December 23. Then, as advertised, shares M go to $1.80 each. I would advise all to act now. Ours Bj is a shipping < ompany. Beside shipping our own oil. THE SOUTHERN 01U AND REFINING COMPANY has just received drafts for use of its pipe line by other Brush Creek Com panies production. We held 43 acres proved territory in Brush Creek Cumberland County and-1320 acres in Adair County, Kentucky. 1 A layer of shale 30 ft. thick underlies the grea'est part of the country. With Professor Frank D. Hines great mind this company is on the verge of becoming one of the greatest in the conutry. FRANK D. HINES President 1608 BROADWAY i| City Auditorium f ■; Friday—Saturday—Sunday ;! The Veterans of Foreign Wars of Denver I Present * “Powder River” Let’s Go! miicin] pictures of (lie World War Taken l».v the * Signal Corps t . S. Army < See the 89th Division (Colorado Own) in action • < ’ Three Shows Daily: 5—7:15—0:15 * \\ 50c Children under 12 years 25c 5 <; No War Tax | ONE WEEK 1 Left for the dance of dances b THE MOONLIGHT DANCE | by the A. A. C. Club £ Place: Coronado Club, 16th and Clarkson | / Dancing | $1 50 , , j ‘ Refreshments 1 per couple Includes checking £ ( War Tax $ I THANKSGIVING APPLES and POTATOES ; You mu liny your tipple* and pot at toe* from ns sit 11 1IID SAVINGS direct from farmer to you. N'n MIKIH.H.MI'.N S 1*1101* 1 I S ilLKK. Doing farmers. «r get the choice of the crops. *> Apple- Ahiny line varieties at rock prices. I'OTATDKS Wc challenge anyone to Ihid liner or hetter cooking * 1 (!•!,•((i.es than V\e have. They are tielieions and tin* price is the \ HKV ' . l.nWKST. Finest dry land and western slope Ked MefMures, liurhanks, <; Uu*sets, etc. t ome in or phom* us today. *, FARMERS’ CO-OPERATIVE CO. D 1131 Blake Street Main 4877 | Dr. Jacob M. Morris Dentist Suite 00t> Onlnil Savings Hunk Itullding Liltli anti Aniimboo i'liune rimiuiNi o'Jld Denver. < ••Messed are the women who semi their children to the House of Tray t r." T;i linin I. other Arab was sent nice* l !<• 1”» * liiolill l s' imprisonment. ami two lit 1- months. Three .lews were arrested -hi alleged serious eharges. Sir Herbert Samuel has not yet re plieil to the demauds made upon him i. by Jewish oi'Kaiiixafions for the * moval of Governor Storrs of •!*’- * rusalem. Subscribe lor ihe "Jewish .News. HERO OF LOST BATTALION GOES TO PALESTINE Kioto hin.sky and Sister Will Kng»::.« in Varming iir lloi> I/a: ill —>lr. anil i Mrs. Nathan Straus Will Supply : Them With a Farm. Abraham Krntoshiusky. who avnl | tin; “Lost llnttulion” in tile Argonm [ forest, at the risk of I*i ~ life, and tin* cost of uiucli physical suffering mi i . impaired health, is about to emigrate to Palestine, there to devote Ids life t< fanning. With him will go ids sis ter. a young woman who, hut a year or s:» ago. was brought to this eoilie tiy froiu Poland. Abraliam Krot»diinsky was a pr<- viito in < 'o. K. 3»7rh infantry, when liis Initiation, under I lie eommund of Col. Whittlesey, was surrounded in [!»• Argomie. They were short of ra tions. They tried to get word hack to tno rear, hid their man never get thru. Paralysis and stupeiaction ami despair were in the air. Air! when the hour was darl'.e t« ami all scouted lost, Abraham Krolosli insky steppcil for ward uutl said he would try to ■ thru. He tried, lie w• ; wounded, he had to creep - and crawl, hut lie got thru, and la saved the “1.0-t Huttnl ion." Aitho lie may justly In* ranked among the greatest heroes oi tln* war. nothing in h ! s man ter ha.-- ever sag g.-sted thin la* did anything unusually different from the service of any or dinary doughboy. It will ho' roipcmbered that, fol'ov.- ii.'g liis discharge from the army, he iiig desirous of following agriculture as liis life's work, he applied and was admitted to .the .National Farm School where lie proved to he one of its uios. exemplary students, 'bringing the same earnestness which lie brought to the grtm business of war to the work <•. the great agrieiiltural # army- of peace. lif will now contribute his practical uiid sclcntllie knowledge of agricultur • to the cause of Zionism in Palestine and Mr. and .Mrs. Nathan Straus, who. Idealise of their interest and faith i:- him. had planned 10 supply him with a farm in northern New York state, will now see Mint ho is provided with a suitnfrfe I rind in the Holy Lsnd. Through the experience gained at the National Farm School he will be lilted te Iteconie a leader and organizer of colonies in Palest.ilie. THE AMERICAN FLAG. •'Amorim's Amha> ador to Persia lialil.i .10-< -,»|i Konifold. of Coluuihus." says tin* l)is|au-|r of Zanesville. Ohio, ••under tl»o of tin* loea! *:hap tor It’nai r.rilii. *ra»r one of «lit* , M; t A merlon ni/.atlou talks of all those in citi'il l.y dir World War. Kahhi lirmi lold. wlio ail ono 11 in** ollieintvd at ti rindh*y avoimo temple in this oiiy has* A [,is remarks on Walr Whitman’ linos in which hr s|" aks of an Ameri «.-in as distinguished from ll:o for eigner hy hi- , aui|ilitudo. reefitud.* an I impartiality.’ in part. liuhl.l Ivoni* I rill said. ‘'The Ann*riean Ikijr ia not liio ilau of the A morion a aloiio. hot of Man: Man is Cod and therefore tin \ merit an Ihr' is ihe tlajj uf tlnd. *i • -•-•• h a «c rati well dodieafe otf flies. la pis elosillfC remarks lie hade farewell to his ninny Zanesville friend*- in taking leave of lids eountry f*»i servioe in (he world.’* MEMORIAL SERVICES FOR J. WALTER FREIBERG. ('ilirililiali A joi:il t **i*> i;••• <»f hH I Ihe Ucrorni Tiinph - nf < Mlm liiiiji i i: inrmnrv of .1. WnMor I'rnihi rv\ Into I rosi.loiif of tho I’nion of A a;: ri<*n" Uc*hro'>\ i '«* ions. who «!?.■«! '»:• .Jtmo !». IMUI. "a * Ik hi at tin* U"« 1, dnlo Avonuo Tomplo. Snnday, N«»v:*u. lur itlli. nt 10:1" n. in. Tin- 'lV:np' was lillnl to cnpaiity with flic lari:*- immhciH who ih-siir I to honor tho iiMMiior.v of tin* lino philanthropist am! coumnmal lrmlor. PALESTINIAN WORKMEN APPEA AGAINST OPEN SROP. (Jewlull Telegraphic Agency) Jerusalem— Tin* .hilTu commit lee « 1 i lx* I'nilcd .lrwish Workingmen <»; ! Palestine lias miucsh'il all employers ;! in tlit* country not to employ or alis '! • I mrgc woriiimnnon wit limit previous ’ eonsnltalion with the unions. Sim ultaiioousl.v. tliry have asked a'l nn- I lional institutions to refrain from ; placing contracts with such <■ • ■i► 1 • j its as do no! arced* to this rc-pc ROUMANIAN EDICT AGAINST REFUGEES NOT TO BE POSTPONED. (Jewish Telegraphic Agency) I’.ucharesl The (Jmeral Sin IT lips issued ji statement that. the order providing lor (In* evacuation of I’d - j MM( Jewish refugees I efore tlie* cud <'l j November is i<> remain in e fleet. and 1 will nof lx* postponed v'espife the re-j quest for postpolieim lit addressed ! j tin* government l»y nil Jewish organi i /:ilinns anil laany prominent .lews. The Minister of War repealed hi declaration Hail should rile Jewish committees not he in • position* to earry out the r*vaeuatiou of Hr; refugees within Ihe next week. the government would take steps lo en-; fol-ee the return of tin* refugees i.. I krai lie regardless of the state of war now existing in that territory. Ih: a disciple of Aaron, loving peace. THE DENVER JEWISH NEWS ~>. ii 11 -i syffß | Ogulinis* Pri'scrjirtfans I'honc Chnnuia 5312 | Accurately FiliiiT Kt-shlem-t* rii . < | lire Kin Lenses ! York :: v \V COLORADO OPTiCAL CO. - 80!) Fourteenth Street Work ('allrti fur ami Dflivcrwl A. 'J. POMAN, 'lgr. For Superior Prescription Work—Courteous Treatincut -..i- . ■ —■ ■- w—r . ■ ■■ ■ SAYS BRAZIL UNFIT FOR JEWISH COLONIZATION. (Jewish Telegraphic .Agency ) Vienna Mr. Musts, tslilor of si Jew ish thiil.v in I’.ueiioH Aires who hu> trnvelletl reeenl'y ill Ihe regions wheiv large numbers of Jewish refugee- are congregate! I. ale- chill ltiU7.il is in 1 general unlit for 4 lie set I leiitent of Jewish refugees. ami lilt' Jewish ro:e milteO sliouM n. •■■e warily bcl'eije n-’ vising iiii.vlmmlv to settle the •. * tin* oilier luiiml, he maintains-thal Ar gentina Jronld \v«*ll mvlvc larjie num* 1 1< ■ rs of .lews. IWjssii* Zelokovi tell. of nostoa. ami i H rmerlv superintendent of I In* Sum mit Hospital in Jlrookliae, Ini' l l" M ‘ n appointed superintendent of tin* now. Mount Sinai Hospital in Norfolk. N ir ninia, 'flit* lirst .Jewish In spilal to_l* , ‘ opened in the so.lltll, PboeniV i pembNove! ly.Sbop [ PboeoiY 1 Is*b Cal and Melton | MASONS HONOR RABBI. A signal honor lion hoon oonforro«l j upon llahbi Abram lirill of Sliivw purl. I*.' ll!i> SnproiiK* ('ouiioil, Snulh irn .lurlsdlelhm. of Sooltish Hit• * 1 Masminry in b< slow in:; upon him Mm j ihiri.' -i hiril «|oj;roo I Imnornry I in rur of bis splomlhl Masonii-j >\ nrk. Mr. A. Ijint-olu Foohlioinmr. doin', si utr birlh. lias lon run l io spoak. ;*o-; oiiiriil u Jirsl-olass gaiiont! ami pro iVssional nluaolion ami is now niu> of j ilfo lomliiitf’nrohiloois in ('lin-i.inali. A .now ohiuii of ha \Yilf m>";i j opnf in l>ui»vor.. Tims** iMikorios. will. In* uiiiJor Iho manapMMuiit of Mrs. Jlol iii Law FimiHl. Tin* llrsr lakory: \\ ; ll In opriinl a( 110 Kif'rcnlh sipti.l ANOTHER FORD AGENCY CANCELED Ku-em 1. lto>vnfoM liilhcrt I.i heivlcs of Ilitltimorc who liilM- homi t In* proprietors of Hi*- Fori I y in ill. l l oily for tilt* past I'm- years have hail l!i' r cunt met’ cnnivioil. A i|Urs tintiriaiiv hail hoi-ii soul thoni a-kins information lopi riling their husiiie.-s ami including the follow iiur: Are you n suhsorihor lo flit* ''l>ear -I'orii Jiiilopoinlonr'? If nol will you suhsi rilH' ? ’Will you have your salesmen solicit sulim rjpl ions lo tlio "Dcurboru Imlc -jeudeiit V” Ai• —1 - Ih.M iifohl ami Lilierlcs 'e jioK:uiv■■ ;i’iswers lo these three qjios- and within thirty days tlu*ir con tracts wore ran .-el toil.