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PHBPII s LfJ -for Thursday and Friday j We present to Denver shoppers a brilliant array of money-saving bargains that clearly emphasize our ifj greater value-giving supremacy. Just a few are mentioned in this ad —hundreds of others await your choosing here Thursday and Friday. 5 Charming New Fall Dresses I That Were Made to Sell at Up to $l5, Choice at Only— jjj Straight line models of tricotine jC Embroidery and silk braid trim- hfl and Poitet twills featuring the • W w med styles in the newest dark ifi new lowered hips and novel neck colorings only; sizes 1(» to 44, for iSr bfi and sleeve treatments. women and misses. jfj Never before—since we can remember—has any Denver store presented such unusual values as 1 bfi these so early in the season. The savings offered are truly phenomenal. —JAp LJ^j (Second Floor—Cioltlru Fugle) “ 1 bfi Wool Slip-On Sweaters Women’s Bungalow Aprons ffi Newest fancy weaves in popular light weight wool slip-on In Kick-rack luaid. belt and pocket trimmed models of y- Sweaters; some have Peter Pan collars; wanted light and checked, striped and figured ginghams and percales; many 3g dark colors and combinations; $3.50 values, OO attractive styles; actual $1.50 values. C hoice Kxn Jfl at only ♦W at JOb * (Second Floor) (Second Floor Annex) Ifi i g Women's Stylish Low Cuts | ; That Are Actual $6.00 to $B.OO Values, Sale Price, Pair— S ,1 > Strap I’umps, cut-out clTects, M£■ Materials consist of black kid, jjj la. 'Sally Pumps, ankle strap TO .A 3 calf, patent and brown kid y- Pumps, Lace Oxfords and leathers and black satin; mill- or many other smart fall foot- Jury, low. Cuban and Junior -j- When dressing up for fall don’t forget your feet. These wonderful styles we offer in this timely sale will enhance the appearance of any outfit. The values are truly amazing at ' wilt $3.45. All sizes included. * •* (Main Moor, Annex—Golden Fault ) * :— a; UZj Wool and Cotton Batts Boys’ Sturdy School Shoes j}| 3-I.H ALL-WOOL BATTS. -LB. COTTON BATTS— Blucher lac*style, of all solid black nr brown leather— MM Good quality; spcial SIS S values; each .. at 7 FOR “ Sizes 2'/> to 5, regular $3.50 values at $2.29 g „ (Fourth Floor) LMain Floor Annex) Jj] — : w 500 Popular Fall Felt Hats | Everyone Worth at Least Double the Special Sale Price— jjj Stripped felts, fur felts and Qf- You may choose from black. ] bfi plain felts in newest fall .9 9 brown, tan. sand, navy and P / S styles, becoming to the young I many other fashion favored \ V 3: miss and her older sisters. I new autumn colorings. ' bfi Were it not for an opportune spot cash purchase we could bfi not afford to sell such wonderful values at $1.95. !n (Second Floor—Golden Fugle) yfj Women’s Cloth Coats . Women’s Silk Stockings S Belted models, of heavy weight double faced velour; patch Manufacturers’ close-outs of oik's and ends and slightly pockets and button trimmings; coats made to CQ Cfl imperfect full fashioned and seamless thread silk CC_ sell at up to $17.50. Choice at only <J)*JidU stockings originally made to sell at up to $1.75, pair (Second Floor) <Main Floor l!.«oth) bfi bfi bfi Stunning New Fall Suits | You’d Consider Good Value at Up to $30.00, Choice at— y- Striclly tailored and fur trim- f- A Embroidery, braid, buttons. jfi med styles of tricotines, trico- «P . wU luxurious fur and other la\oi- TL twills, duvet dc laines, velours, ■ * ed trimmings adorn these J® n ' vllamas and other high grade ' ■ handsome models. The coats r*y4 materials. * are silk lint ' d - jjj We sincerely urge every woman and miss who is contemplating the purchase of a new fall suit to bf see the strikingly attractive garments we of-c at only sl9.so—(he values speak for themselves. br (Second p. or—Golden Fault*) IT - y. ' tf Wool Nap Plaid Blankets 27-inch Dress Ginghams These popular size 60x76 wool nap plaid Blankets come in a 27-inch Dress Ginghams in stripes, checks and plaids, and jf splendid range of popular colorings; regular «*0 Q 0 32-inch plain Chambray Gingham; regular 2ac -jtjQ $3.50 values. Special at, pair vaiue. Special sale price, yard y; (Fourth Floor) F,oor) if THE DENVER JEWISH NEWS “ Courtship” By MORRIS SAREMSKY Xowsi <lii y»» it is »l uii •iiiiiikmi to find discard in a hone* of I In* average l mil.v usually. There precept iaies collisions. misunderstandings mistnc-t between man and wif-*. In n "rc.ii ( many instances the trouble if we may call it such, starts wiili dislikes, pnr- I iculnrly the friends oh either side. If! tin* wife entertains friends at the house lhe husband immediately show-! resentment and on the other hand I should he invite some of Ids friends of an evening—there is no end to the objection. After they leave a eon-1 tinned friction exist day and night I over a thing to which both seein to have their rights. If we stop here Just for a moment j to study this deplorable situation— | we do not have to look further to. see ; where the source of this trouble orig inates. First the courtship id* today | with which we arc familiar lacks in' every respect. The romance, the Joys, i that usually eiime through a frieudshipi h.•tween two people who are con templating marriage, make it their business to become acquainted with each other ugly ways, tenipennent i like and dislikes, so as times goes on they at least try to cultivate tiled better qualities iiy each other in that ' way. pave the road, and then in after life, there will be no misunderstand-1 ings and when little improprieties may ,-liow up can lie easily corrected and forgotten. The trouble however seems to lie most eonspicious in the desire, nnd the caution on tin* part of each party to! make marriage not a bond of faith | and bore hut purely yet stlhscouseioiis- | Iv a business proposition. Tin* forgoing article "would 1m* of greater Interest nnd the. writer feels certain would impress our younger generation were they to take a little more interest* in the courtship of (dih n times. May even r«*nd some of our old hooks wherein nh.Kinds tin* inn* courtships during tin* mediaeval times for instance, tin* song of songs in the old testament was considered one of the most popular ho-iks in tlx* old testament, read In tin* syimgogs and tliis idealization of love lieeuuie a tradition which tinged the most matter of fact marriage bargains with ! some color of romance. It Is said by four greatest renders, that the Hebrew love songs of Moses lldti Kzro. have never to this day ln*en equalled for, the beautiful, soul stir ring appeal which they possessed. .leliuda lloleri. the greatest Jewish poet of the middle ages with numerous love songs display similar abandon-, incut to romantic passion. If our younger generation would just leave out every other stipulation or matter pertaining to their intended marriage and just follow a course of true courtship, there would 1m* little concern about their happiness after) the nuptials were tied. B. M. H. NOTES. Through the* Summer months ninny of tin* Syungog activities have con tinued mid with tin* return of Unhid Knuvnr to tin* city preparations nn* being nnnh* t<» stnrt everything in full swing nghin. Services I hilly services me held in tin* synn gog Chapel i»vt*ry -morning at <1:00 j and i»vi*ry evening nt <1. This Fridiiy ] night the Knhhnth will In* ushered in at nltd Snbbnth morning servlet** \ will he held nt 0. For the High Holy, Hays services tin* Syungog Inis engng (>il n highly rei*ommeiuleil Cantor who I otlieinted nt the lending Herlin Synn gog. Schools The Synngog Hebrew School stnrl rd its Full term Wednesday. Sept* in her Cltli. Courses in Hebrew. rending, writing, nml speaking nre given by competent teachers on week day- ho bo tween -I and 0 in the afternoon. Registration of pupils for the Re ligious school will In* held Sunday morning. September 17th at ••'110. en trance a ml supplementary examina tions will lie held Sunday morning. September 10tl£ at 10. Constitution Diy The various Synn cog nubs arc plan ning to hold a patriotic evening at the Synngog on Constitution Hay. St ptem hoi* 17th. JEW RESIGNS TO MAKE FLACE FOR ARAB. Ixmdon —'The Palestinian (iovern mont. according to reports tvhivh reached here from Jerusalem, has ad vised a Jewish member of tin* Coun cil of the C’lmmher of Commerce of Jaffa to resign mid allow the election of an Arab in his place. The Arabs had threatened that they would estab : lish a new Chamber of Commerce if I they would not obtain an equal nnm- I her of members in the Council as the Jews. NOTES WITH ANTISEMITIC VERSES. Berlin—The* l’russinn Attorney Go i ral has summoned the Town Gouw ( .f Botkenen for issuing munieij) money eertiflenles, bearing: nnti-Semit | verses. H tar I Inc Tuesday Mat.. Sept. 5, 1922 TRIXIE FRIGANZA 111 MV I.IT'I LB BAG O mix ftPtty—MARTIN A MOORE—Philip •A MIDAIIt CLASSIC" The Four Camerons In I.IKK KATIIKIt. I.IKK SON" Jimmy Savo I Assist**!! by JOAN rBANZA In "A SAtVO OK Si.'ftF*A MS" CERYO & MOKO "NOTKS AM> TillMiS" OSItORNE TRIO Novel Amimlnif Kiiullilirlitu SHEILA TERRY In "MAY AMi OKt’KMHKi:" A Itonian<*> j In S.-vn Srenes wit 0 Willlntn Oumlall I iiikl liny Si'illi'jr. |*al he News, "Topirs of t lit* Day,” Aesop’s Film Fables Orpin-uni Ori'lii">lru "Tilt* In lln* Ituruuln Mal«, Im*. Slir. .UN-. N Irlils, Im. *»«•, .*»««•. --M-. $l. For September i Only! Remember that our Unusual Offer of a Western Electric Washing Machine is just what you have been waiting for. Make sure you get yours FOR ONLY Come in and see it work, or telephone and we will send our representative to your home. The Denver Gas and Electric Light Co. Arl Media Ilarry Fishman Bodies anil Fenders Repaired and Rebuilt MEDIN & FISHMAN Automobile Radiator Repairing NEW CORES INSTALLED Bth and Speer Blvd. Phones South 488-1198 THE JEWISH CONSUMPTIVES SOCIETY OF DENVER, COLORADO OFFERS PRIZE FOR SCENARIO. Mr. Win. Fox of tin* Win. Fox Pro ducing company. ami Mr. Soul K. Holers, of New York, both loyal j friends ami enthusiast ie admirers of tin* Jewish Consumptives* Relief So cipty of Di’iivcr, Colo., have piven evi dence of their friendship ami admira tion for tin* Society and its a<*complish ments by ordering their export photo-1 grnplier to make a film of the Sana torium ami its multilarious activities. Tint film is now ready and the* l*ress and Propaganda commit tee. of which Mr. Max !>. Neusteter is chairman, do. rided to offer three prizes of twenty live. flf.een and five dollars each, for I a scenario. The offer is open to all. All manuscripts should be sent in be- I fore November 1 •*». Itrj'j. Address: l>r. C. I>. Spivak. secretary Jewish Con | sumpfivos’ Relief Society Post office j box 0.*17, Denver. Colo. i The Jewish Lehor Ix»ader at Lem* berg. Mr. liowenherz. has on account of his Socialistic views, declined n i polish order offered to him in recog nition of his services to the State. Superb Orchestra Thursday and Friday, September 7 and 8 BETTY CO'MPSON, in ‘The Bonded Woman’ Saturday, September 9th- CONSTANCE BINNEY, in “Midnight” Sunday and Monday, September 10 and 11 “Too Much Business” From The Saturday Evening Post Story with Tally Marshall. Tuesday and Wednesday, September 12 and l.Tth THOMAS MEIGHAN, in “Bachelor Daddy” Special matinee ever Wednesday be ginning at 2:30. show starts every evening at 7:.15 and it. Continuous show Saturday and Sunday beginning at 2:30. Comfortable seats Well Ventilated The Pride of Capitol Hill AUGUST SALE FURS Fine Furs and (torments at ISig Reductions. A small deposit "ill secure any fur until wanted. I Art us tan your hides and make into line fni*s. roltes and rugs, and we can , remodel, repair your old furs to look new at a reasonable price. Furs made to order, stored and insured, reasonable price. We eall for and deliver orders. L. FINKELSTEIN 1(110 Trrmont Champa 3357 Do Not Forget that GOLDSTEIN'S Special Pure Rye Bread Sold by Grocers Is the finest and best bread made in the city Snipping Country Orders ' our Speciality 2518 W. Colfax Ave. Phone Main 4327 Phones Main 3189, Champa 7237 VISIT TIIE Wm. Penn Grill ‘ Lunches and Sandwiches for Picnic’s Kosher Delicatessen, Soft Drinks and Lunches HARRY W. COHEN. Prop. i Cor. 18th and California Music Silk Elastic Hosiery Abdom inal Belts, Trusses. Invalid Chairs. Arch Supporters, Hospital and Sick Room Supplies Established 1874 The J. Durbin Surgical Supply Co. 1632 Welton Street Telephones Mam - The Windsor Farm Dairy Co 1 "Honest Milk from Clean Cow," 1 Main 5136-5137 1855 Blake Street, Denver, Colored*.