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1 Mr. ami Mrs. 1.. 11. Guhlman leave
jionvor on Fobruury I* for a European rip of indefinite extent. They will Mrs. Elsie Guldinan in Chicago and sail on the C’arniania on tin* Hth if February. They will bo Iho re cipients or many social attentions prior to their departure. Among the functions planned for them are din ners on Sunday evening by Mr. and Mrs. I tick l>cvy. on Monday evening by the Adolph and Uuiis Mayers’ Tuesday by the George Harris.’ Nate Cohns’ and Julius Marx’s Thursday evening by the Anniversary crowd. Many luncheons are also being ar ranged complimentary to Mrs. (luld uian. Dr. (Vlilia Sokolow will accompany ber father. Nahum Sokolow. to Denver and will be the guest of Denver Jewry Foil run ry sth to the lltli inclusive. Dr. (Vlina Sokolow is an accomplished young lady and the young women or gUJiizations of this city are called up on. either through committees, or as •t whole, to greet Dr Sokolow upon Jier arrival in Denver at 3:30 p. m.. of February Sth. Mrs. D. S. Ixdnnan entertained the Tuesday club this week. Miss Bernice Isaacson is expected home this week from visits in New Orleans and St. Ixnils. Miss Ruth Molt of Chicago is the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Max < luldmnu. Miss Betty Yakor left for Portland, Ore., Wednesday night, for an in definite length of time. She takes tills means of bidding her many friends good-bye. Mrs. Win. Klein was operated upon at St. Joseph’s hospital Tuesday morn ing. and is doing nicely. The Current Ekent club will meet with Mrs. Phoebe Summers next Tues day. Mrs. Bay Creamer announces the engagement of her daughter, Florence, to Mr. Morris Miller of tnls city. Mr. and Mrs. H. Yaffo announce the arrival or a baby girl at their home U.".V. Ijawronee St.. January I*o. Mrs. Yaffo was formerly Miss Anita Sny der. Mother and baby doing well. M*s. L. Barnett and Mr. and Mrs. Max Kravetz have returned from Kansas City. Mo., where they attended Ihe'Mtumhinor-Barnett wedding. Mrs. I). M Harlem exended the hos pitality of her homo at a luncheon Monday and will also preside at one on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. N. C.ohlsmith were the hosts at a dinner Saturday eve ning. Mr. and Mrs. 11. Zall and family have moved to their new home KH»!> Fairfax an will be pleased to see their friends. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Kezenska and little daughter. Ethel June, are leav ing for the east and will be gone sev .eral weeks. Mr. Kizenski is going to the eastern markets and Mrs. Kizen ski will mean while visit relatives in Kansas City. Mrs. Louis Mayer will he the hos tess for the Friday club this week. Mesdames -Adolph Morris and Jen nie Lesser will be the hostesses at a luncheon Friday. The Phi Sigma Delta Sornritj* will i give a dinner dance at the Sliiriey-j Savoy. Saturday evening. A campaign is now in progress in ; Buffalo. N. Y.. to obtain l.tHXt annual members for the Young Men’s Hebrew! Association and to insure the erection of a suitable building. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Isaacson will ] extend the hospitality of their home j to some friends Sunday evening in 1 honor of Mr. Isaacson’s birthday. The Gospel of Buddha in pure Rib. 1i(*sal Hebrew is about to appear in book form. I*rof. G. Seliknvitch is the translator. Chicago (111.) charities will receive $10,000 under the will of the late Alfred H. Wolf, one of the first engineers to use steel in the construction of large office buildings. Arthur Brisbane the famous edltoi of the Hearst. papers was the princi pal speaker at the second annual din ner of the United Jewish Charities of Detroit, Micli. t held on January 11. Mrs. Rae Mint/. Karlinsky, of Balti more. Md.. has established a perman ent scholarship in the University of Maryland in memory of her husband, the late. Dr. Leo Karlinsky, an alum nus of the institution. Social News Tin* Misses Henrietta and .]osophliic| Cohen entertained ton *»f their friends .at eard«. Mr. Harold Wishnews piano playing was a fouturo of the evening. The group thou adjourned to tho home of Miss Mindoll Wintors whoro dime in*; was on joyed. Mr. and Mrs. nornhttrd Kloln have taken up their rcsidernv at the A. II. Itadotsky. home, during ho lattor’s ah. sonoo front tho city. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. .1. Levy enter tained at dinner Sunday January 22nd in honor of Miss Ethel Tonoxvsky whose hot hot ha 1 to Mr. Ixniis Snyder lias Just boon announced, (’overs wore laid for ton. Mr. ami Mrs. If. C.arfoin colohratod their twontietli wedding anniversary last Thursday evening. Mrs. Charles Hi rn ha tun presided at n bridge luncheon at her homo Tues day. Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Hailetsky left Sunday for an extended trip which will include New York and tho West Indies. A social function that will long ling er in tho memories of those who were present was a dance amt house party given at the residence of Max Katz at Central Avenue Long Island over the past, week-end in honor of his sou, Arthur, who has spent the past year in Denver and is now visiting his par ents. Twenty-live couplet including groups from many states in the Un ion. Among those present were: Miss Lillian Wisburu of El Paso, Texas; Mi.*** Marie Klosshurg of Richmond. Virginia ; Miss Gertrude Hhadskln of Tauipa, Florida: the Misses Emily and Alice Simon of Newark, New Jer. sey; Miss Hortense Limburg of Cleve land. Ohio, and the Misses Edna Hot), ilisou, Raymond** logo, Dorothy Dock, er, Beatrice Norton. Bell and Mona .Fox, Cecflo Smith. Constance Glick and Huth Katz of New York. The Messrs: Herman and Joseph Sawyer of Missoula. Montana, Harold Brand of Ix>s Angeles. Cal., James Walker of Kansas City, Mo., David Elsenberg, of Denver. Colo.: Ij»wrence Green of Waterhury, C’onn.: Horace Ilirsch of Boston. Mass.; Carl Chadsy of Newark, New Jersey, Clifford Davis of East Orange, New Jersey, Harold Glick of Philadelphia. Pa.; Henry Peek. Irving Luhetkin. Captain Paul logo; Dr. Walter Smith. Paul Suss ii'iin. Raymond Courie. Victor Kramer mid William Kutz of New York. Mrs. I. Friedman left Monday for her home ill Stratton after a visit of some weeks in Denver. Mr. and Mrs. A. Morris were the hosts at a dinner Tuesday evening complimentary to Mrs S. Pinko prior to Iter departure for Europe. Mrs. Philip Hornhcin wilV preside at two tiridge luncheons on Thursday! and Friday of this week Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bendix ex- j feuded tin* hospitality of their liomej Sunday evening at one of the series of dinners they are giving. Mr. uiwl Mrs. Joe Levle extended: the hospitality of their home ar din ners Friday and Saturday evening. Mrs. Isidor Cohen will be the hos tess of the Thursday club this week Tile engagement of Miss Augusta l.evitt. of Ft. Collins und Morris Cohen of Brooklyn. N. Y., was announced j Tuesday under very sad clrcum-1 stances. According to her dying flutt er’s request the announcement was made at his funeral. Mrs. B. lenders entertained at n ! luncheon at Baurs and at a box party at the Orpheum last Thursday. Those enjoying her hospitality were Me*- dames II. ChernofT. M. Goldberg. M. Robinson, H. llohinson, Fisher of Chi cago. J. Helstein. M. Bronstein. Si mon Heller. Density. Rahhi Joseph Fink, of Terre Haute, Tnil., was elected president of the In diana Jewish Kell pious Education As. sociation, to succeed Rahhi Weinstein, of Fort Wayne, at the final business session of the joint convention Inst week. At Iloston, Mass., Governor Cox tendered an official luncheon and re ception to tlm Zionist I)cty»ga,tion. beaded by Nahum Sokolow. It was a most brilliant function and was at teudod by some of the most important dignitaries of the State. A conference of Jewish farmers liv ing in Connecticut held at Ellington i last week under he auspices of the| Jewish Agricultural Aid Society and i the Connecticut College was well attended. Clubs NOTICE!! YOUNG MEN'S CU BS. ! You are all requested to send n gntc to a very importuni conference at tin* B»*ssic I. Rude (’immunity <Va lor Friday evening. January l!7tli at K;:m». Somo vory Important and urg ent business makes your representa tives presence necessary.—A. 11. I»- TEMPLE EMANUEL .11’MORS. Tho noxt mooting of tlio Junior Congregation Kinanuol will In* hold Sunday. January 20 10:.*10 a. tn. Froo Tho Junior <’ongregation Emanuel will ontorlain Its members at a sooial Sunday. January lilt at p. in.. In vestry rooms of Tomplo. Wondorfut ontortalnmonf. good cats, and ovory thing free. Boys, innko a dato and coino. Girls. If thoy don't, comp any how. and show thorn. A. A. C. CLUB. A regular mooting of tho A. A. <'■ rhih was hold at. tho Bossio I. Kudo Community Con tor Sunday afternoon January tho twenty-second. Many plans woro brought forward for tho future. All of tho members will bo present at tho dance given January the 20tli at the Coronado club, under the auspices of tho Entertainers club, i A talk was made on “American Ideals of Internationalism’’ by Isadore Uat ner. the winner of the Woodbury Con test at North Side High school. —A. h. r>. U. S. A. GIRLS DANCE. The F. S. A. Girls will give their annual dance on February 2ft at Cor onado club. The dance promises to be a big success.—M. S. SHERITH ISRAEL VALENTINE DANCE If you want to spend Valentine eve. ring dancing with pretty girls on a good floor with excellent music. Come to the dance and entertainment given by tho Indies’ Auxiliary of Sherith Israel at the Adams hotel. Tuesday evening. February 34th. “Y” BASKETBALL LEADER. Throe hard fought games were play ed at the Neighborhood House on the evening or January 2ftrd. The game ness and lighting spirit of the losing teams were tho features of the night. The results were: Y’s lU. Buffalo’s 5. H’s 24. V’s 0. Para mounts 18. Nair Tomid 8. The schedule for Jan. ftrt. Para mounts vs. Centaurians, K:00 p. m. Buffalo’s vs. K’s 8:45 p. m. B’s vs Nair Tomid. »:ftO p. ni. Tho publio Is cordially invi t<m! to at tend the gnrat's. .1. Chairman. COLUMBINE CLUB. A very soelahlo mooting of the Col umbine did* was hold at the homo of Helen Kleinberg on January 8. Matters of Importance were dis cussed. The dub regrets the illness of one of its members. Goldie Walk, and hope that she will make a speedy re covery. The next meeting will la* held at the home of Sarah Peterman. O. W. U CLUB. A regular meeting of the O. W. T,. club was held at the Community Cen ter Tuesday. Jan. 17th. Under pres ent plans an affair will be given Jan. 28tli. at the home of Julius Hollander and a Stag party Fob. 22. at the home of Nathan Millenson. DANCE. This letter will admit you and two friends to the llrst joint, social meet ing of the B. M. IT. Junior Auxiliary and' Young Men's dub. in the Syna g«»g Vestry rooms on Sunday evening. February oth. at 8:00 p. in. Short so cial program followed by a dance. Grattan's Orchestra, Admission by letter or with member only. We want you there as our guests. It. M. H. Junior Auxiliary and B. M. IT. Young Men’s dub. THE OPTIMISTS. A regular meeting of The Optimists will be held Thursday evening. Jan uary 20th. at the home of Gold feder, 1575 Grove street. All mem bers are urged to Ik* present. Two of our members Anne Susman and Etta Cohen have now received the Mrs. degrees and a third Bessie Mil stein has announced her engagement to Arnold Rose. —G. M. THE CENTAURIANSI The Centaurians will hold a very im portant! meeting tonight. January 20th, at the Gufdman Community Center. All momtiers are urged to be present. We have several prospective mom berd in view and expect to add some of them to our membership lists in the uear future. —G. S. Subscribe to the “Jewish News.” THE DENVER JEWISH NEWS HRA MT LIT CIRCLE NEWS. A musical ami literary program presented Sunday evening at 'ln* F.x- Pulients 11ouii* for Consumptive'. Tin musk’ was furnished by tin* Bra-Mu- Lir orchestra, ami the other of, 1 program w.is I l>v the Yid dish and English Hranmtic groups of) iho oirolo. Several members of tho Sunday .School also look part. Thursday 10 cuing. February 2nd. .1 Iroturo will bo given at the club rooin«-- h.v .1. Allard Jeaneon, of the State; Museum, on the subject. •pro-llisiori -. Colorado Rediscovered.’’ Mi. Jean con is a speaker of known ability < and an interesting evening is expect ed. A Brand Benefit. concert will In | held on Lincoln l»ay. Feb. 12th at tliej Women’s club theatre. The entire gross proceeds will be given to the fund of the Famine Stricken of Itu sin. A nuinlier of musical and liter ary numbers (In English 1 have been secured and will be well worth tfco small admission charge. The second presentation of tho "Yid dish King I .ear." which will Is* given March 12tli at the request of the Jew ish theatre going public, has aroused , a great deal of interest. Popular prices I will ho in order and a large gathering j is expected.—S. S. jr. BETH ISRAEL LAMES’ \II> AR RANGING FOR MASQI’ERADK IKANCE. A Masquerade I'urlhi hall is l»elng arranged by the Ladles’ Aid to the Beth Israel Hospital and Home on March I). 1022 at the Coronado clnli. A. >l. A. A very important meeting of the A. M. A.’s was held at the home of Sarah Isaaeson. Bertha Jneohsteln was initiated as a. new member of the club. Plans for the Valentine party to lie given Fell. I t were discussed. The next meeting of the A. M. A.’s will be he’d at the home of Bertha Jneohsteln. —F. <l. iTTTT". The meeting of the I>. A. 1.. duh has had to lie postponed, hut mean while many new members have join ed the club. They will receive mem- Itership cards. if they should not re- 1 celve them notify Phil Judd. I.‘l.*v:’., Vine St.—J. Interesting Items IMiuoikI .1. Marx, of St. Louis. Mo.. J president of the Jewish Old Folks’ Hom<\ has l»een appointed by Mayor Kiel as a member of the Hoard of Chil dren's Hoard la ns j Mrs. Kinanuel Maudel of Chicago, j 111., has given 5*10.000 to the new Conn ell Summer Home for tired mothers ami children, under the auspices of the Chicago Section, Council of Jewish Women. i David I*. Senfner. <»f New York, a veteran of tin* World War ami a stu-j dent at the Sehool of Journalism of Columbia 1 'diversity, has had the Al- 1 fred A Knopf Publication Prize award led him for a book of poems entitled "Cobblestones." Mr. Sent nor. who is blind in one eye ami in danger of losing ' tin* sight of the other as a result of a 1 gas attack in the war. was sent to Columbia by the 1'nited States Veteran : Bureau. Dr. Mass, editor of a Jewish daily 1 in Buenos Aires, who has traveled re- i eently in the regions where large mini- ! hers of Jewish refugees are emigre- j gated, states that Brazil is in general j unlit for the settlement of Jewish refugees, ami Jewish committees should I move warily before advising anybody 1 to settle there. On the other hand, he J maintains that Argentina could well re ceive a number of Jews. The Jewish Progressive Order, of Philadelphia. Pa., hold its sixth annual j convention in that city last Sunday. There were delegates present from | many out-of-town lodges. Babbi Richard M. Stern represented the Jewish community nt the recent unveiling of a memorial war shaft at New Rochelle. N. V. A Jewish Chamber of Commerce is in process of formation nt Syracuse, N Y The Jews in New f»recce have this) year been called up for the first, time j for military servlet*. The Jewish re-! emits are constantly being lauded by Colonel Magotilas. commandant of the training camp in Salonika, who is treating them with truly paternal soli, citude. He has directed the officers ; who are charged with their military training camp in Salonika, who is treating them with truly paternal soli citude. lie has directed the officers, who are charged with their military training to apply special treatment j to them, so that they may become | familiar with lmrmck life. The col-! ! onel has also grouped all flu* Jewish i recruits so that they may feel more at [ ease. ati<l thus contribute to expedit ing their training. A COMMUNICATION. T>» On* Editor of the Jewish News: The views of the* learned Rabbi a-’ to why Jews turn l«* Christ inn Science have heoif nototl with interest and ap proeiation. the appreciation being for hi- manifest desire to in* fair ami kindly. This apparent fairness as sures rne that the RSnbbi would wel come a. correction of a misstatement. Referring to Christian Science tho Kahld wrote. ‘‘lts quest is not of right ness of living. hut the prolongation of life.” The fact that healing h.v pray, cr is an Integral part of tho Christian Science religion is doubtless tho cause of such tin impression. But in her hook -Rndimontn! Divine Science." Mrs. Eddy writes. “Healing sickness is the stun Host part of Christian Science. It Is only the bugle-call to thought and action, in the higher range of infinite goodness. The cm. plinth* purpose of Christian Science is the healing of sin.” The verification of these words is to lie found in the reformation and liberation wrought by Christian Science in the lives of many who were formerly Ihuuul by the fet ters of sinful habits and tendencies. The healing of sin ntid sickness are coincident in Christian Science, which -dates emphatically that no man can he healed of sickness while continu ing th wilful slu. This is in con formity with the law and word of Cod as voiced by Moses when he saidf “ye shall serve the I.ord your find, and lie shall 1 bless thy broad, and thy water: and I will take sickness away from the midst of thee.” Christian Scientists are taught to resist evil, because “find saw every thing that He had made, and liehold ii was very good:” and therefore evil must l»e without divine authority or reality in the sight of Him. who. as the prophet Ilabakkuk said, is "of purer eyes than to behold evil.” It is not Christian Science* to Ignore evil and say there is none, but contrary wise Christian Science uncovers evil, points out its illegitimacy, baseless ness .and impotence, and thus proves the* omnipotence of Hod. who forgiveth all thine iniquities: who healeth all thy diseases.” W. STT’ART BOOTH. Christian Science* committee on Pub lication. WHAT IS THE KEREN HAYESOD? Keren Hayesod menus Palestine Foundation l'niiil and is tlie fund for j ( I*** iwonst ruction and rehabilitation of I'nlextine. either as u homeland for those Jews who look upon it as sneli, ' or as a haven of refuge for those who | tind renditions in other places intolcr j aide. It is not a purely Zionistlc mow nicnt. hut ma.v In* termed a humani tarian one of great interest to world Jewry. The Congress of Carl shad adopted resolutions which provide for the al location of funds of the Keren Have | sod as follows: Twenty per cent for the purchase of land and its preparation for set -1 tlenient hy Jewish agriculturists. Thirty per cent, will he Used for undertakings of a commercial nature, in particular tin* llut ton berg Irrigation and Water Power enterprise for which the necessary concessions have already l»oon obtain, ed. cr(slits for house building thru the newly established t’rha-U Mortgage Bank, and credits for industry, trade and agriculture thru banking institu. tions already in existence and thru an agricultural bank to be established. The remainder will Ih» used for pub lic works and public services such as afforestation, general sanitation and maintenance of hospitals, organization of immigration, social welfare insti tutions. strengthening and extending the Jewish agricultural settlements and maintaining and extending the Palestine educational system. Keren Hayesod is a legally consti tuted corporation. It aims to bring about the orderly settlement of Pales tine by Jews in steadily increasing numbers and provide for its economic development, to the advantage of its Jewish and non-Jewish inhabitants alike. There is land to he bought and prepared: roads and railways, harbors and bridges to he built: marshes to he drained : soil to he made fertile by Irrigation; water power to In* harnessed to drive the wheels of industry. There are crafts and industries to be developed and towns to lx* laid out. Public health and education is another great necessity. A resolution passed by the Carlsbad Congress gives to this part of the budget, which is the regular Palestine budget, priority in the Keren Hayesod funds to be raised this year.) At the New York Keren Hayesod Conference, held in New York City, November ‘2. 10*21. the representative* of the Jewish communities of Amer-! icn have with firmness and entlius-! iasm resolved to help World Jewry | in raising a two-year’s Palestine I budget of twelve million dollars, and also re-solved that seventy-live per rent of this sum, or nine million dollars. ho raised hy A morion n Jewry. To this enterprise. tin* Jews of Ainor i«*:i have given their almost uncli support. The platform of tin* Keren Iluycsod is hi£ and hroad--it is one on which .lows of all shades of opin ion linil a common meeting place. The task of raising nine million dol lars calls for the prompt response from every .lew in every city, twon and hamlet of this country, and we know that the .lews of Denver and its en virons will not shirk their duty. TIM: DFNVFIfI KFRFN lIAYESOD < 'OMNI ITTFF. Headquarters. ;*u,*l Kittredge ItlTldg., Phone Main THE EXPATIENTS TUBERCULAR HOME Tlit* Eleventh Annual meeting t»f the 'ICx-Patients Tubercular Homo was 'hold January IS 1!)22. 2:<*o I*. .\L. at tin* Knesetli Israel S.vnagog, Denver, Colo. Mr. M. Schradsky, noting; an ohnirmnn. Unhid lln hi now it/.. A. Judelowitz. Frank Manure*, .1. Klntzkin, A. noioliiiian. and Adolph Kioslor made appropriate speeches. They roviowod Iho history of tho organization and presented tlie* aim, ucopo and work of tho Ex-Patients Tuhorcular Homo for tho fiscal year. A report of the activities of the Or ganization for the year 1021 was pre sented. It showed that ninety-five patients have been eared and provid ed for at tin* Home during 11*21. 13,- JBEi hospital days were provided. Tho income for 1921 was $"*4,794.08. Ex penditures $"*0,312.13. It was a very strenuous year for the organization. The generally de pressed conditions reflected greatly on its income. However the Ex-Pntients Tubercular Home Is coining steadily and surely to the front. Branch of fices are lieing opened in the hig cities in the East. Ladles* Auxiliaries are l*eing organized. Many Federations, Brand Lodges and Societies are ap propriating directly to the Home. The election at the annual meeting resulted in the following being elect ed as members of the Board of Di rectors. for the ensuing year: M. Berkowitz. I»r. A. M. Blumlierg. M. Cohen 11. M. Eher. C. Bullnson. J. I*. Karwli, Adolph Kiesler. .1. Klntzkin. Kd. Ijiekner. Frank Masure. M. Nier enherg. I. Pasternak. Simon Quint. Je rome Kel chart. M. Schradsky, Win. Schradsky. Sam Schrellier. I. Shapiro, 11. Symler. A. .fudelowitz and N. Zns- Invsky. The New Board of Directors met at a regular meeting held January IS. 11*22. for the purpose of reorganization of the Board and for the election of officers. Mr. Max Schradsky was *looted as president. Mr. M. Nieren licrg. vice-president: J. Klatzkln, treasurer: I>r. A. M. Bltunlierg. secre tary. Various committees have been or ganized to supervise and attend to the different departments. All the Board members nre very en thusiastic and intend to make the year 11*22 a banner year in the administra tion of The Home. The Executive | Board is extending its heartiest and sineerest thanks to all the friends who have helped to build up the Home, and to make It such a useful anti noble institution. —A. M. B. Jews of Newark. N. J.. and even the Jewry of the entire country continue to manifest intense interest in the fight being made hv Mrs. Juliette Cooper to regain the custody of her daughter, pretty Lillian Cooper, the sixteen-year old Jewish girl who was lured into Presbyterianism by a missionary crew. Jacob L. Newman, the determined di rector of the forces which are making every endeavor to return Lillian to her mother and Judaism, won a partial vic tory for Mrs. Cooper, in the private chambers of Vico-Chaueellor Foster in Chancery Court when the vice-chan cellor directed that Lillian be allowed to visit her mother for two days. They have been kept entirely separate hither to. The Board of Directors of tho New York Build for Jewish Blind have erected in the Home a bronze tablet in recognition of the untiring efforts of Mrs. Edward I. Wilson to raise the funds for the first home for Jewish blind in the I’nited States. The dedi cation took place at the Home at Old Jerome and Fairfield avenues. Yonkers. Sunday. January 8. and was preceded by an entertainment given by the blind children of the Homo and an exhibition of the wonderful work done by them. Mrs. Bernard G. Whitlock has been elected a member of tho Board of Trustees of Temple Israel, New York. Mr*, Whitlock is chairman of the Harlem District of the United He brew' Charities, and for several years has been president of Temple Israel Sisterhood. She has been active in Jewish communal affairs for a long period. I Congregation Agudath Achim of Ashland. Ky.. is the most recent ad dition to the raster of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Before You Throw Away That “Worn Out'’ I'air of Shoes Ask li" if we <-»n riv them up for longer wear. The chances are wo ■ •an anil you will 1.0 saved tho ex pense of buying now shoes. only to abuse tin-in by walking a round in inolornoiit weather. Landis Shoe Repairing Co. 1830 Welton Street CHAMPA G 478 I). J. KEIXREHO, Proprietor !-|-%HOXE her or hint 1 9 r*or tboiu to meet ■ you here. Nothing like good food to help I friends reach and keep I an understanding. £ There is nu artistry in our cooking that will i iiarni you. Edelweiss EJ Cafe mmd Lnek Roaa H '*B Calltanila at. H n| »w»a All Wight M Prices Reduced At Silver’s Restaurant (Kosher) 1731 CURTIS STREET Regular Dinner 10c, -15 c Includes Chicken Noodle Soup Choice of Meat Vegetable Potatoes Coffee, Tea or Milk Chicken Dinner 65c Zuckerman and Radetsky Building. Painting and Papering Also High Grade Furniture and Fixture Finishing High Grade Work Reasonable Prices Champa 3563 Resilience 2NOS West Hth Avenue INSURANCE THAT INSURES —your life; your home: your health: your automobile or personal property. Standard anil special forms of |H»lieies to meet all needs. Phone Main 2048 JOSEPH ZIGMOND 32 Years Doing Business in Denver Know Value—Proud of My Record 518 Quiury Building Insurance. Real Estate, Loans, Mortgages ■ mwMnaniinniiuiutuiimmmu'Ki::ii:mMMnii.i l ii.uiiiuiiii.inmbiiua.i:iuu.auii a Manufacturers’ Outlet Sale The most stupendous purchase ityd sale in the history of I leaver merchandising- Never before have mnnnfac- h furors shown such an anxiety to convert their merchandise into cash. i A HALF MILLION DOLLAR £ STOCK PLATED ON SALE AT FAR LESS THAN COST £ OF PRODPCTIOX. MICHAELSON’S Corner 15th and I.nrlmer Street*. ■'' - i.;i", :. ■ Miss Elinor Heavenrich of Saginaw, Mich., was the winner of the first prize lor the best essay submitted by pupils of all the public schools of Saginaw on "The Value of the Welfare Lea gue.” The prize was awarded by the Kiwanis Club of that, city by judges chosen from well-known educators. Miss Elinor, who is 11! years of age, has written many articles on vari ous subjects that have elicited favor, able comment. The Kiwanis prize was turned over to the Welfare League by Miss Elinor, to ho devoted to the furtherance of the work of that or ganization.