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Things unusual in Frocks,
Blouses, Lingerie, Hosiery.
619 Sixteenth St.
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W iSat>in9^
I Bai-ly*;*
m\ V Ol' ought to see the
I 1 crowds (hat are Join-
I ing our
I 1923
I Christmas Club
Looks ns If evoryliody
t in IXuiver would have
an account this year.
You will linvt* to hurry,
though. beriiUHt* the club
clomcm iu a few tiny*.
Cmno lu this week or next,
17th and Stout.
| United States
Hl National Bank
Bargains on Used Cars
This Week
1921 Ford Sedan $4OO
1921 Ford Touring $275
1918 Dodge Touring $3OO
Complete line of other Ford and
Dodge cars not listed
Small payment down, balance in
easy monthly payments
Authorized for Service Station
Repairing* Genuine Ford Parts
Gasoline and Oils
Nathanson Motor Co.
821 East 26th Avenue
Tel. Main 8261
1731 Curtis Street
Regular Dinner 40c
and up
Famous Noodle Soup
Ilungurian Cooking
Special Sunday
Table d’Uote Dinner $l.OO
You will enjoy a “£h\vitz”
in our modern Bath Howe
Open for Men
Saturday ail night
Sunday ail day
Wed. afternoon and night
Friday afternoon
1509 Clay Street
Telephone Champa 9021-W
Made Only In Denver
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Air. niiil Mvh. J. Levie were the host
end hostess of an elaborate dinner
tiveu In their home Sunday eVenlhg.
Cetera were laid for twenty guests.
Dr. and Mrs. B. M. Steinberg enter
t.lined at a small dinner in their home
Thursday evening.
Mrs. Samuel Mayer and young son
departed last week for Montgomery,
Ain., to visit With her relatives.
Mrs. Tlslilev departed last week for
2.11 iudetlhite visit to Chicago.
Mrs. Ernest Morris will entertain
tlio members of her card flub Friday
Mr. and Mrs. X. Fox announces the
engagement of their daughter, Molee,
to Mr. Abe M. Cohen.
Mir. and Mrs. Sam Crimes enter
tained a number of friends informally
Wednesday evening.
Mrs. S. T. Rosenbaum and daughter
of Sterling. Colo., are spending the
holidays visiting relatives-In Denver.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Oberfekler and
daughter. Bnbette .fane, are spending
the holidays visiting relatives in
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Friedman gave
a dinner for a few friends Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sehiiyer enter
tained informally at dinner Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weiner announce*
t.'hn engagement fof I their daughter.
Cell Lon to Abe l’epper of Pueblo.
Miss Marion Epstein motored down
trom Pueblo and |s the house guest
of Miss Beil Lea Weinefi
Many small hearts were made imp
|py thru the generosity of little Miss
Beatrice Steinberg and Master Junior,
children of Dr. and Mrs. B. M. Stein
berg. when toys anti candy were given
by them to the children of the /Shelter
ing home os a (’lianualui remembrance.
The management ami the children of
tiie Home are most grateful for thl*
lemcinbrnnce. }
Miss Itnth Kcluiyer the small datigli
i ter of Mr. and Airs. Morris Bchayer
jis confined to her home with a slight
: indisposition.
Mr. and Mrs. Alan t.nysor entertain
ed With an anniversary dinner in their
home Monduy evening.
Mrs. George Healer departed for Cbif
<ago Thursday. She was summoned
there thru the illness of her father.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry and
family an* now located, at their new
home 21 1 11101 Madison street, where
, they will he pleased to see tlielr
Mr. and Mrs. J. Welts announce
the engagement of their daughter.
Bessie, to Samuel F. Halabnn.
Mrs. Max Olierdorf enterlaiiml tiie
members of her club in her home Wed
Mir. and Mrs. lands D. Baer were
1 the host and hostess of the Monday
evening card club.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Snyder entertained
with an elnlmrate dinner in their liOme
Monday night, in honor! off Mr. and
Mrs. M. Tannenlmitin oti Los Angeles.
, and Mrs. S. T. Itosenliaum and daugh
ter of sterling. Colo. The center for
the table was composed of red roses,
j Covers were laid for 17.
1 Mr. and Mrs. A. Ne elson announce
•the engagement of their daughter.
Sadie to Mr. Joseph Edelstein.
j Mrs. Sum Ehrlich of Pueblo is vislt
jing with her daughter and son-in-law
| Mr. and Mrs. AI. Jarinkes. ,
( Dr. and Mrs. William H. Friedman, j
Miss Pauline Alma and Freyhau Fried- j
| man spent Stitiday and Monday at the .
j Broadmoor. Colorado Springs.
j Miss Sarah Baft of St. Louis is the
guest of her sister and mother.
I Mcsdanie.s Jake Olcovlch anil Fred
! i'"-'- ’
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Isaacson. Mr. and 1
Airs. Samuel Sclilessinger, Mr. and I
I Mrs. Max Gulritnnn ntuli Mr. Herman
Ilendix will Ik- the guests of Air. and
, Airs. Max Bchayer on New Year’s Eve.
Mr. and Afrs. Sl.van Hart Joseph i»re N
i attending the I‘i convention this week
in AViishingfon. J>. C.. Mrs. Joseph was,
[ formerly Alias Celeste Simon.
i Air and Mis. U. Simon will enter
| tain with a New Year’s party in their
l ! home. Their guests will be Mr. and
Mrs. Isidore A niter. Mr. and Airs. Alor-
I rfs Renler. Air. David Harlem. Mr.
and Airs. Edwin AVittlesliofer and Air.
and Alr.<. Sydney Kohn.
Mr. and Airs. Sam Else!} of 1-4H4
Knox Court are receiving congratu
lations on the birth of a baby girl born
Itecemlier Pith. The little one is: called
j I rum Janice.
Social News
Mrs. F. Letj entertained with i
family dinner in her horn* Hhnday.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Robinson uf Los
Angeles departed from Los AngCtM
this week for New York City by Steam
ship thru the Panama Canal. They
will Ik; oh board until the fifteenth of
Mr. and Mrs. A. (Jottstein were the
host and hostess of a delightful din
ner glfen at the Argonaut hotel Tues
day evening.
Mr. and Mrs. William Klein enter
tained With it dinner in tlieir home
Monday And on Wednesday of tlic past
Mrs. Ihiv id Curb and little daugh
ter, Hobby. accompanied by Ber
laird Davhl from l'ueblo, nr« guests
In the city*. A family dinner was
given Monday at tlie home of Mr. and
Mrs. Morton David.
Miss Grace Knyser. traveling field
f-reretnry for the National Jewish Hos
pital Is sperifling the holiday vacation
l:i Denver with her parents, Mr. and
.Mrs. Lee Kayser.
Mr. and Mrs. tleorge A. Ix*vy an
nontire the engagement of their daugh
ter, Elisabeth, to Mr. William l’rager
of Dallas, deltas. No definite -date
for tlid wedding lias been announced.
Mrs. D. M. Steinberg entertained the
metnbers of her Sewing club Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Cross of Franklin
street had as their guest last week,
Mr. Louis Gross of Mineapolls, Minn.
Miss Ruth Jafeckl. is spending the
hollduy vnCutiofi with her mother, Mrs.
Theresa Jnfeckl.
Mr. and Mrs. Williant 11. Hene en
tertained n few friends with a dinner,
in their home Thursday evening.
Mrs. Kate Kolia entertained n few
friends am! the of« her fam
ily with a dinner Monday noon.
After n luncheon, the Tuesday Pic
nic club assembled in the home of Mrs.
O’Gnro for auction .bridge.
The Current Evcht clnb met at tlic
home of Mrs. Sydney Rinds on Tues
day. An interesting and instructive
discussion took place.
Mr. and. Mrs. Joseph Rosen of Pu
eblo spent the week end in Denver.
Miss Dcfia Kaliseher of O.OfiO Mt.
Vl6w Illvd.. entertains with n bridge
luncheon in her home Thursday. Those
present were tlt» Misses Regina Klein.
Amelia Marx. Beatrice Welntrauh.
Until Michaelson. Hilda Posner. Naotna
l'clton and Leon ore Lelglit.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Welclisel entcr
taineil a number of friend* atj a din
ner Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Herzog returned
last week from an extended eastern
trip and are at home to tlieir friend*
at the Brown Palace hotel. Mr. Hubert
Herzog Is spending Ills vacation with
his parent#
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wohlgemuth,
Mr. and Mrs. B. Levey, Mr. ami Mrs.
Rlgfrlcd Hllb, Mr. and Mrs. Jonas
Goldsmith, ami Mr. Isidore Hllb will
form a New VHir’s Eve party, first at
tending the theatre, afterwards cele
brating In the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Sigfried Hllb enter
tained Informally at bridge in tlieir
home Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gramnnn en
tertained a few friends with u dinner
in tlieir home Momlny.
Mr. and Mrs. Gershons Sdioeutliitl
silent, tlie holiday week in Trinidad.
Progress clul» was the scene of de
lightful party Wednesday evening
when tlie Hni Resli fraternity enter-
1 1 Mined with a ball, tlic complimentary
{guests were tlie visiting menil»ers of
tlie Hlgina Theta Pi's.
Mr. Iludyn Kline, a student nt. the
Boston Took spent the vacation in De
troit with his mother, Mrs. .Harry
i Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Mayer wil! en
I (ortain with an anniversary dinner In
tlieir home Thursday. Tlie guests will
Ik* the members of the anniversary
cl ul».
Tin* niemliers of the Brides club
was entertained Thursday by Mrs. Wil
liam Him.
The formal dance given at tlie Cor
onado club by the PI Toil Pi's Tues
day evening for the visiting Sigma
Theta Pi’s was tlie most delightful af
fair given. The visiting guests will
long rememlic* tlie courtesy and atten-j
lion given to them by this fraternity. J
Tlic mothers of the Sorority girls of j
the Eta chapter Sigma Theta Pi will
driertaiti with a luncheon followed by
cards at Bnurs Thursday the 2Rfli.
Their honored guesds will be the visit-!
mg sorority girls.
■ Un mM i*Tnr-*. W- Bn^nky,-M*.
RKI Mrs. H. p. Levey anil Mr. j»:ul
Mrs. h. V: Onggenheim will” form a
tmrtjr who will spend New Year's Eve
St the ftroadmoor, Colorado ' Springs.
Mr. ahd Mrs. Alfred Treifus, Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred CJrnuinan, Mr; and Mrs.
Louis Cohen, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Adolph
Mayer, Mr. and Mfd. I. Cohen, Mr. and
Mrs. Simon Bittormnn. Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Wallbrum, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
llepley, Mr. and Mrs. Max Fincher,
will form n party Now Year's Ere.
After the theatre* n sapper will be
served in vlie home of Mr. uml Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel E. Kolin were
called to Montreal, Canada thru, the
herinns illness of Mrft; Kolin's father,
Mr, Herman of Montreal.
The reception given at the ’Progress
eluh Monday, Dec. 25, to Introduce the
visiting Sigma Theta Pi’s, ope tied the
conclave. TliM reunion party was one
of the most enjoyable affairs given.
The favorable impression received J/y
the visitors will establish the sorority
of tVnver Sigma Tlieta Pi’s us charm
ing and gmcioUs hostesses.
Mrs. S. IMsko will entertain the mem
bers of her family with a theatre party
followed by a midnight supper Sunday
evening iu the home of Mr. ami Mrs.
Ernest Morris.
Mta Annie Esther Harnett from
Wellesley, and Stanley Barnett from
Yale, will la' iu New York ami Boston
for the holidays.
I>r. and Mrs. John .1. F*lnesllver from
Brush. Colo., ure spending the holi
days with their parents, Mr. uml Mrs.
I. Flnesilver.
The Conclave ltall given at the Prog
ress club Thursday evening. December
2H, will conclude the week's entertain
ment given by the Denver Sigma Tlieta
Pi’s for their visiting Sisters. The week
has been one of gay happenings, and
this hall will be oiie long to be renietn
bered by all participants.
Messrs. Jerry I loir.man. Eugene
Frcedlicitu. Harold Hchocntliul, aiul
ArmaiMl Sommer of Denver, are the
delegates from tin* Denver PI Tail Pi’s
to represent their sorority at the con
vention held hi Washington. I>. 0-
Dcceinlier 27 to tlio HO. Miss Mendel
Winter front Denver, and Miss Marccllc
Kline, formerly of Denver, hut now re
siding in Baltimore. will he In’Wash
ington for tlie convention.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sclilcssinger
will preside at an elegantly appointed
dinner at Baurs, £riduy, followed by
Mr. Jules Hohor6fr. front Chicago, is
In the city Jo a tty id the meetings of
the Sigma Tlieta Pi .conclave.
Mr. ahd Mrs. Sydney Rlihlk enter
tained with a supper in their home Sun
day evening.
Miss Carrie Koch of Seattle. Wash.,
will arrive in tlie city .Monday and will
lie the house guest.of Mr. and Mrs. I.
Barnett of 2.’IKCI Albion street. Miss
Koch lias been east visiting in Wash
ington. Atlantic City. Philadelphia,
Ornulrn and St. Joseph.
Dr. and Mrs. Haskell Cohen departed
Monday for u visit to New York City.
Mr. David Davis of Denver, will
slid id Xmas with Ids parents. Mr. uml
Mrs. Samuel Du vis of Pueblo. Mr. Joe
Davis from Chicago, will spend tlie en
tire holidays wiflt Ids parents ill
Pueblo. . '
Mrs. Ernest Morris will entertain tlie
members of her curd club in her home
Friday afternoon.
The marriage of.Miss Hazel Berger
of tlds city, to Dr. Harry Block of San
Diego, will take ntace at the Brown
Palace hotel, ut 6 o’clock New Year’s
Mr. niid Mrs. Max (luidiniin were the
host and hostess of a dinner given in
their home Sunday evening.
Tlio Testimonial dinner t«» M* Riven
by flit* Zionist Organization of Amer
ica to Hamilton Fish. Jr., sponsor of
tin* Palestine Resolution in the House
of Ropresontativos. which was to have
l*eon hold on Thanksgiving Day. but
was post|H»ht*d dm* to the sudden (loath
of Mr. Schweitzer, will Ik? hold on
Monday night. January H, lit tin* Vion
ta. ISI East iiStii street. Now York.
Among those who will Ih« present
are Hon. Nathan Straus. Louts* Wiley
of the New York Times; M. O. dullois
of the I’oughukeopsio Httnday Courier;
Denis Tlldon Lynch of tin- Now York
Tribune; Fredrick \V. Wilson of the
Newburgh Dally Nows; Congressmen
Ansnrgo. Bond. Perl man. Siegel. Ross
dale. Fairchild Chandler. Yolk, a lid
Senator Caldor.
Rosorvations at Soy a plate may l>o
I made In writing to the Zionist Or
ganisation. K Fifth Avenue. New York.
Jerusalem —Jews constitute little less
Mian one per cent of the population of
the district of Damascus, census re
sults indicate. Th® total population
is 110U.127, the Jews numbering 0,000.
Dr. tV. S. Friedman will, spefck Fri
day night in Temple Emanuel, 10th
avenue and Pearl street on “Itpw and
Why jWe Number the Days.” Services
begin at 7:45 o’clock. All ife W’el
On Saturday morning at 10:30
o’clock Dr. Friedman will speak on
"Brotherly Sympathy.”
Junior Congregation.
The Junior Congregation will meet
Sunday at 10:30 a. in. MUIon M.
Scliayer will speak on “Abraham Ibn
Ezra” and Walter M. Appel on "Jew
ish Elliies.”
The Brotherhood.
The, Temple Brotherhood will meet
Wednesday evening, January 3rd, at
supper In the vestry rooms of the iviii
ple at 0:30 o’clock. A very attrac
tive program has lieen arranged. v Bis
hop Irving P. Johnson will deliver an
n(Hlress and Joseph S. Jaffa will speak
on “My Trip Abroad.” There
also I* an unusual musical entertain
Tlie Sistetftood
The Sisterhood of the Temple will
hold its next meeting Monday after
noon. January Bth. at 2:30 o’eloek.
Italpli Emerson Smith Will speak on
"My Journey Through Mexico with
Carranza.” Mrs. Edwin Stevens will
render a vocal selection. ' * !
The Bible Class.
The next footing of the Bible *Chiss
will Ik* held Saturday afternoon. Jan
uary 13th. af 2 :30 o’cloc k. Mrs. henry
Moliwiirtx. Jr./vil! speak on
Book of Snmuek and I>r. Friedman will
speak on “IVhnt’s Oolng on id the
a i
At the late Friday evening service
held nt 8 o’clock Rnbhi C. If. Kanvar
will speak on. “The Religions Mood.”
Cantor Pesscn will read the services.
This I Saturday. Rahbi Kauvnr will
s|Kiik to the Children. Tlie theme for
the addresw K “Story of Five Hun
dred *rhotisnnd.” The addresses to the
children are a custom that the Uahhi
has followed for twenty years. All
Children of ' the TLrßglou* School and
of the Hebrew Sohwil should Ik* nt
the Synngog Sntttnfay morning l at 0.
Sabbath Social Hostess
Last Sfltnrda?*<!frofnoon Sirs. n.
Robinson was the hostess for the Sat
urday classes In Mishnn and the Tal
mud. This Saturday Mrs. J. Miller
will be the hostess.
Junior Auxiliary
Tticsda.v night the Junior Auxiliary
will hold a meeting nt the Synag«*g.
Mbn’a Club
Wednesday night the Men's Club
will jjiold their meeting at the S.vnn
gog. * Tin* Rev. Lackland will apeak
fo the members of the organisation.
The public is invited to attend the
Vaudeville at the Synagog.
A vaudeville show will Ik* presented
at the Synagog. Jnn. HI. Many differ
cut acts by tin* best. 10 haul talent
will be presented. Several «mo act
sketches will also lw* given. Every one
should lie at tlie Synagog on January
10. 102.1.
PosUGradnatc Club
The I’ost Graduate* cluh will hold
l!s weekly meeting nt the Resale I.
Rude Community Center Sunday morn
ing at. 0:4.1. Mrs. Jerome Wiesman
will take charge of the meeting.
Honor Roll of Religious School
The tegehera of the Religious school
have given a list of their honor
students for the first quarter.
The following is the list:
popper. Po
vorn Colin. Jerome Tobcr.
First Grnde—Rae Rerry, Joseph
Anronson, Rohc Lieliernmn.
Second Grade —L»*o Rlock. Alw* Knu
\?fr, Solomon I>nvidson,- -Gerald Ru*
hiti.s Margaret Dunovftk, Sam Orlln
Tliird Grnde —Lucille Rerkow.
Poise, llolhii Berlnrid. •*
Fourth Grade—Flora Rem. Libby
Sehnitrer. Leonard Appel.
Fifth Grade—Helen Rostaitlhil, llnr
<>Ul Friedhtnd; Ida Martin.
Sixth Grade—Leba Block. Tossie
Shwarts) Anna Krupp! Nathan Kiven,
Ileraehel Hliwnydor. Norman Adelsohn.
, Fighth Grade—Kvelyn Rricker. Rose
Kleignr. %Evr!yn Hellorstoin, Regina
Sl>eelnl Grade —Lillian Ilellcrsteln,
Itowiim Celia Dosor.
Gradual lon Grade— Ethel Mendel
sohn. Ruth Shwayder. Sarah Miller.
Services and Forum will 1m livid
nil Friday (evening at 7 :.'{o u‘i4oek.
Servlets on Saturday nioriilng at :(M).
Hebrew" School.
The Obeli Zadek Hebrew School i.<
now in session dally from 4 to 0 p. in.
Religious School.
The lleliKloiiH Sellout of the Obeli
Zadek rnnurealion , :iow open Sun
days from !):80 to 12. .
Be'h Joseph Kyiiagojj. 24tli nnd
Curtis Svi. daily services 7 a. ui. f
nlid at sundown Saturday, 1* a.
Cantor Samuels officiating.
Religious and Hebrew Seliosl.
Tiie Beth Joseph Hebrew and Re '
'.ijjibus school, 24 th and Curtis fcrts..
Distinctive Suits
For Men and Young Men
Seldom are these fine suits priced so low. The tailoring is
of a high order, the styles are correct and the materials are
of the dependable sort.
Models for men and young men: Single or double-breasted,
two or three 7 button. Checks, stripes or plain colors in
worsteds, worsteds and cassimeres.
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\Ve have the best in used cars ;
WE SELL ON TIME 324 Seirtk Braadway :
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17th and Lawrence Sts.
ifeWSfe The American Bank 8 Trust Co.
House Cleeainc Our Specialty—For Best of Work Call
Denver Window and
House Cleaning Co.
Our BeputaHM tar High Grade Work Should Interest Yeu
Modern Equipment—Experienced Help—White Men
Washing Scrubbing, Bleaching. Washing-Windows, Floors, Taints,
MarMe, Tile, Steps, Torches, Wall Paper and Freer.
Day or Contract—Estimates Cheerfully Furnished
Phone Main 2784 630 Fourteenth Street
\ Begs to announce the removal of his offices from j
; 608 Central Savings Bank Bldg, to his own home, ■
! 3147 West Colfax Ave. corner Hooker St., where !
! he will be pleased to see his old and his new |
; patients. ?
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.. ; BqJ Managing Proprietor.
NhAtwiKaMdnJUl 777 Broadway, Denver, Colo.
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rnMP A MV Expert Emhalmers and
i VV/WirI Funeral Directors
Only Jewish Undertakers in Colorado.
Full Automobile Equipment.
have elected a regular hoard df edu-1
cat ton; classes are in session from 4 i
I** (l p. til. Examinations will In* held i
tin* last Thursday of every month. '
All children from the ages of 0 to lii j
years are urged to attend the ses
Slierltli Israel services jii*e held
every morning at 0:30 and Friday eve-1
Mug at sundown. . !
I (JewUh Correspondence Bureau)
' Vienna—The dining room furniture
I impel b.v Theodore Hens' during Ids s<>-
jjouru in Paris as the corespondent of
I Hie •‘Freic Presse" of Vienna, has been
|offered for sale. These lielongings have
| iK'cn in possession of a Jewish family
which bought flifrtn some time ago. and
are of some historic value, some of
i he pieces being engraved with Herat's

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