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The Jewish outlook. (Denver, Colo.) 1903-1913, August 05, 1904, Image 8

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Mr. Ben Cohn of Leadville is in the
city.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Selig of Helena, Ar
kansas, are visiting Denver.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Strauss and child
ren of Chicago are at the Brown.
Go to Post for good Photos. 1206
Fifteenth street, corner Lawrence.
Mrs. George Schayer of Chicago is
visiting her mother, 2334 Stont street.
Mrs. Fink of Helena, Arkansas, is vis
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Schloss.
Mrs. Louis Anfenger and daughters,
Florence and Fannie, spent last week at
Palmer Lake.
B. Schradsky, Denver’s well known
merchant tailor, 1601 Larimer, for sty
lish clothes.
Mr. Newman and daughters of Chi
cago, stopped over a few days on their
way to the coast.
Rabbi and Mrs. Schreiber of Chicago
are visiting their relatives, Mr. and Mrs.
Meyer Friedman.
Mr. Samuel Lehman has returned
from Cincinnati, where he attended the
Elks’ convention.
Miss Minnie Davis, one of the society
bells of Salt Lake City, is about to visit
her many friends in Denver.
Lehman & Stewart, Denver's lead
ing fire insurance and financial agents,
1541 Champa Street.
. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Dreyfus and
Mr. Joe Gross of Chicago were in the
city visiting relatives last week.
Mr. Herman Bernd. one of the promi
nent charity workers of St. Louis, was
in the city last week for a few days.
The Schirmer Insurance and Invest
ment Company, fire insurance and
finance agents, 1430 16th street.
Miss Martha Fischer left Saturday on
a visit to St. Louis and Louisville, Ken
tucky. She will be gone about three
weeks.
Mr. Bruno Grosser and daughter
Adolphine, after a pleasant visit to the
St. Louis Fair and relatives in Chicago,
have returned home.
Miss Annie Greenbaum is visiting her
aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Isaacs, in St. Louis, where she will re
main for a month.
Mrs. Burnheim and daughters of
Helena, Montana, will make Denver their
future home. They are at present lo
cated at the Victoria.
SOCIAL ITEMS
THE JEWISH OUTLOOK
Buy your gloves at Gamossi Glove
company, Sixteenth street near Stout.
Their gloves are unequaled in the city.
Mrs. William Cramer of Trinidad, is
in the city to attend the wedding of her
niece, Miss Yetta Cramer, to Air. Sam
Isaacson, August 9tli.
Mrs. Robert Levy entertained the
Ladies’ Whist Club last Tuesday after
noon. The prizes were won by Mrs. J.
Fink and Mrs. Sam Lehman.
Mrs. Ben Solomon, who has been
spending the last five weeks with her pa
rents Mr. and Mrs. Oppenheim in Alma,
expects to return home about August 15.
Mr. Louis C. Isaacson has returned
from a two weeks visit to Salt Lake City.
Mr. Isaacson contemplates a trip to New
York and Eastern resorts in a short
time.
J. 11. Arkush, fire, life and acci
dent insurance; telephone 2863 ; 304 and
305 Appel building, Sixteenth and Lari
mer streets.
Mr. Robert Kottwitz of New Orleans,
accompanied by his parents, are in the
city for the Morse-Kottwitz nuptials,
which take place the coming Tuesday
evening. | k; 4
Mrs. 11. Scliradsy and daughter,
Flossie, will leave shortly for Excelsior
Springs, Missouri, to be gone about three
weeks. They will also spend a week in
Kansas City.
The Gamab Lamba Social Club held
the last meeting of the season at the
home of Miss Florence Weil. The prizes
were won by Miss Edna Weisbart and
Miss Florence Solomon.
Dr. W. C. Hollopeter, one of the dis
tinguished physicians of Philadelphia
and one of the examining physicians
there for the National Jewish Hospital,
visited the institution and the city last
week.
Ask Mrs. Parry Haines, 621 Six
teenth street, why a woman fails. Be
cause she does not pay enough attention
to her hair and complexion.
Rabbis Koch and Kaplan and Mr.
Levy have gone to Palmer Lake. Rabbi •
Kaplan will shortly leave for a visit to
his old home in Buffalo. Rabbi Koch
will go to Leadville before he returns to
Denver.
The Twenty-fourth street Temple has
purchased ground in Aurora and will
establish a cemetery there. The commit
tee in charge of this movement is com
porsed of Messrs. Plonsky, Saly, Gross
and Am ter.
The genuine “Gamossi” real kid glove
is sold in Denver only by the Gamossi
Glove company, Sixteenth street near
Stout. A two-dollar glove at $1.50.
A pleasant afternoon was spent at the
home of Mrs. A. L. Morris, 2337 Clark
son street, last Thursday, in honor of her
sister Mrs. L. Lewis of New York City.
The house was prettily decorated in lav
ender find white.
A large number of tourists are pass
ing through the city, among whom were,
Mrs. Ella Livingston of Chicago, Mr.
Julian Kutnow of New York, Mrs. J. N.
Miller and daughter of Harvard, Illinois,
and Mr. Edgar Burchard of New York.
Miss Drucie Adler of St. Joseph, Mis
souri, is spending the summer with her
aunt, Mrs. It. Oppenheim in Alma. She
will return with the family about Sep
tember 31st. She will be the guest of
Miss Lena Oppenheim and Mrs. Ben
Solomon.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Spear and Mr. and
Mrs. I. W. Frank and son of Pittsburg,
who have been making a tour of the
West, stopped over last week to visit
their friends and inspect the National
Jewish Hospital in which they are very
much interested.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. Levy of Chicago,
who have been visiting in Denver for six
weeks, left for their home on Saturday
last. Owing to the sad death of Miss
Bert Weil they have been unable to see
their many friends and take this method
of bidding them good bye.
Last week the Progress Club gave one
of its afternoons for the ladies. About
thirty-eight out-of-town visitors were
present. Mrs. Dr. Schreiber of Chicago
won the guest’s prize. Mrs. 11. Sclirad
sky and Miss Sadye Levy respectively
won the first and second prizes.
The Jewish Hospital acknowledges
the donation of flowers from the Inter
national Sunshine Society, Mrs. Judge
Carpenter, president, and from Mrs.
Weiner and Mr. Beers, also donation of
clothing and magazines from Mr. D.
Klien, Mrs. 11. Olcovich and Mrs. S.
Fredenthal.
The many friends of Miss Sippie
Davidson were delighted with her suc
cess in the part of Mina which she as
sumed in the play “Little Lord Faunt
leroy,” which was given at Elitch’s Gar
dens last week. Many compliments were
passed upon her work which was her first
venture upon the stage.
, Mr. 11. Sehradsky and Mr. L. Baur,
residents of Denver, will leave shortly
for an extended trip through the East.
New York being their goal. They will
also stop at Chicago and St. Louis. In
Chicago they will attend the wedding of
Mr. H. 11. Garret of Denver, to Miss

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