The Hebrew Technical School of New
York is going to add a sixth story to its
building at a cost of $5,000.
Rabbi Ephraim Frisch (11. U. C., ’O4)
was elected to succeed Rabbi J. S. lvoru
feld in Pine Bluff, Arkansas.
Abraham Stern and Felix M. War
burg. New York, were re-elected to the
executive committee of the board of edu
Brother Louis Sulzbacher of Brad
dock Lodge has completed all arrange
ments for the formation of a lodge in
Johnstown, Pennsylvania, next Sunday
Marcus Goldman, formerly of Phila
delphia, senior member of the New York
banking firm of Goldman, Sachs & Co.,
died after a short illness at Elberon, New
Jersey, July 20th, in his 83d year.
Renewed interest is being exhibited in
the affairs of the Independent Order
B’nai B’rith in District No. 3. Nearly
UOO new members have been enrolled
since the advent of the present admin
istration, and this great revival is assur
edly a hopeful sign.
Benjamin F. Teller, one of Philadel
phia’s prominent Jews, died at Frauk
fort-on-the-Main on July 15th. He had
gone with his wife and daughter' to take
the cure at Carlsbad. Mr. Teller was
president of the board of directors of the
In the Fine Arts building at the St.
Louis World’s Fair, are a number of the
productions of Boris Scliatz, a celebrated
Jewish sculptor of Bulgaria. His works
in bronze and relief have received na
tional recognition and his talent is re
markably original and fine.
The educational fund established by
Mr. and Mrs. A. Bonnheim of Sacra
mento in memory of their deceased son
Joseph now amounts to $72,000. It is
designed to aid any worthy young men
or women, regardless of race or creed,
who seek to obtain college or university
The Jewish community of New York
has sustained great loss in the death of
Raphael Ettinger, who passed away at
his residence, 1451 Lexington avenue,
last Tuesday. Mr. Ettinger was closely
identified with Jewish communal and
educational work both in this city and
The national child labor committee has
begun in earnest its work of taking care
of the interests of children throughout
the country. Among the thirty-five mem
bers of the comjnittee there are five Jews,
THE JEWISH OUTLOOK
Dr. Felix Adler, Isaac N. Seligman, Paul
W. Warburg, Lillian D. Wald and
Adolph S. Ochs.
A great deal of consternation has been
aroused among the peddlers on the lower
East side of New York City by the fact
that Street Cleaning Commissioner
Woodbury decreed to deprive them of
their previous privileges, which permit
ted them to wander in such parts of the
city as afforded them the best means of
disposing of their wares.
The Hebrew Free Loan Association,
321 Grand street, New York, reports that
during the six months ended July 1,
1904, they loaned to 6,962 persons $161,-
960, being an average of $23.25 to each
person, and collected $161,871. The so
ciety makes loans to borrowers, irrespect
ive of creed or nationality, in sums from
$5 to S2OO without charge.
In answer to Rev. Dr. 11. P. Mendes’
appeal to the Union of Orthodox Rab
bis, in convention in New York, the sec
retary of the Union answered:
“Regarding the seminary, it was never
our intention to proclaim a Cherem, but
we do protest against the seminary call
ing itself orthodox, since the professors
of the seminary believe in the Higher
Criticism. Besides, the professors, in
our judgment, are not qualified as teach
ers in the Talmud and the Codes. We
protest, also, against the students who
graduate from the seminary as rabbis,
inasmuch as they are not fit for the posi
tion of rabbi on account of the lack of
proper and sufficient learning. We are
convinced that none of the graduates can
pass an examination before a competent
Jewish authority even for a Hatarath
Iloraah, much less a regular Semicha. ”
The Kischeneff relief committee has
just published its accounts. It appeal’s
that the total amount received from 728
cities and towns in all parts of the world
was 1,010,343 roubles. The largest pro
portion came from Russia itself, no less
than 663 places having sent contribu
tions. Collections were made by twenty
two Jewish and non-Jewish newspapers
and periodicals, the total from these
sources reaching 157,584 roubles.
The Frisco System will issue, dur
ing the summer months, tourist round
trip tickets to various resorts and loca
tions—the mountains, lakes and sea
shore, at greatly reduced rates, with am
ple return limit.
Call on nearest agent, or address
Passenger Traffic Department
THE ORDWAY, SNOW & ADDISON
1616-1618 Market Street. DENVER, COLO.
S. J. Slattery Chris Irvins Jas. Flockhart
A. J. Pierce Alex. Glen
THE CHRIS IRVING
1709 California St. DENVER, COLO.
G. L. BETTCHER
Drawings for all Kinds of Buildings
si> MACK BUILDING DENVER
Gives lowest estimates
and guarantees work on
Plumbing and Qas Fitting
Sewer and Job Work.
All orders promptly attended to.
Telephone 3066 Main.
3039 Lawrence St., Denver, Colorado
THE WESTERN LAUNDRY
1830-4 C MARKET STREET
We are prepared to do the finest
shirt and collar work in the city. Rough
dry, 35c doz. Plat rates on application.
Ask for family list. Phone 677.
Mention thin Paper.
COLUMBIA COAL & VAN CO.
E. GROSSER, Manager
1520-31 PLATTE ST. Telephone 2004
PUEL AND MOVING
COAL, COKE AND WOOD
Excavation and Grading. Also Pile Driving
and Bridge Building
403 Ogden Street DENVER, COLO.
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