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The Jewish outlook. (Denver, Colo.) 1903-1913, February 10, 1905, Image 11

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The Red Cross Manufacturing Co
Manufacturers of
ALL KINDS OF DISINFECTANTS
Disinfectants used In National Jewish Hospital.
Office, 2912 Marion, Denver, Colo.
Northern Coal and
Coke Company
RETAIL DEPARTMENT
Now at Their New Address
835 Sixteenth Street
Dealers in Coal, Coke and Wood.
Phone 5000
Duffy Storage and Moving Co.
Movers of Furniture and Pianos
Safe Machinery and Boilers
MOVING AND HOISTING.
PACKING AND STORAGE.
Office: 1716 California St. Telephone 1340.
Colorado Packing ‘S
Provision Co.
Beef and Pork Packers
1611 MARKET ST. STOCK YARDS
Phone 527 Phone 2iB
SUPERIOR SERVICE
VTA
Double Train
Through Service
From Denver, Colorado Springs and Piteblo,
to Kansas City and St. Louis.
Quickest route Little Rock and Hot
Springs.
h. n. kooser, a. mcfarland,
G. W. F. & P. A., C. T. A.,
Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo.
THE JEWISH OUTLOOK
plays on Old Testament subjects came up
for discussion a few months ago, took a
very decided attitude in opposition to the
Jewish memorialists. Mr. Lieberman is the
head of a large business interest.
On the 13th of July last, three sisters,
Thekla. Krimhilde and Margarete Egerer, of
Prague, were bathing in the river Beryun.
when a Czech lawyer. Dr. Eugen Sieber,
without any reason whatever, rowed toward
them and, threatening them with an oar,
cried out: "Get you gone, Hebrews; you are
soiling the water!” The girls brought an
action against the lawyer at the District
Court of Konigsaal, near Prague. The mag
istrate. after examining Herr Egerer, brother
of the plaintiffs, and the only witness of
the scene, whom, however, he did not put
on oath, declined to question the sisters on
the ground that they were not sufficiently
trustworthy. Needless to say. the judge ac
quitted the accused. To justify his decision,
he argued that the statement of Herr Egerer,
as a brother of the plaintiffs, was not to be
believed, that there was no corroborative evi
dence, and that, moreover, the legal require
ment of publicity was lacking in this case,
because the river Beryun, near Dobrichowitz,
could not be looked upon as a “public place.”
Fortunately, the High Court of Prague, to
which the sisters eventually appealed,
quashed the judgment of the District Court,
and ordered the latter to have the case re
heard before another magistrate. On the
4t.h tilt, the case was again heard, and this
time the Czech lawyer was sentenced to five
days’ imprisonment, with costs.
HAD TO GET IT DONE SOMEHOW.
A little hoy bustled into a grocery
one day with a memorandum in his
hand.
“Hello, .Mr. Smith,” lie said. “I
want thirteen pounds of coffee at 32
cents. ’ ’
“Very good,” said the grocer, and he
noted down the sale, and put his clerk
to packing the coffee. “Anything else,
Charlie?”
“Yes. Twenty-seven pounds of sugar
at 9 cents.”
“The loaf, eh? And what else?”
“Seven and a half pounds of bacon
at 20 cents.”
“That will he a good brand. Goon.”
“Five pounds of tea at 90 cents;
eleven and a half quarts of molasses at
8 cents a pint; two eight-pound hams at
21 Vi cents, and five dozen jars of
pickled walnuts at 24 cents a jar.”
The. grocer made out the bill.
“It’s a. big order,” he said. “Did
your mother tell you to pay for it?”
“My mother,” said the boj-, as he
pocketed the neat and accurate bill,
“has nothing to do with this business.
It is my arithmetic lesson and I had to
get it done somehow.”
Each with the hand upon the other’s
shoulder, the rector and the rabhi were
engaged in earnest and friendly conver
sation. when they were joined by the
doctor, a well-known physician. “I am
glad to see the Old and the New Testa
ments hound together in such liarmo
ny. ” said the newcomer cheerfully.
“And what sort of literature are you?”
laughed the rabbi. “Oh!” flashed the
physician, “under the circumstances 1
might be considered the blank leaf be
tween the testaments devoted to ‘Births
and Deaths.’ ”
Chicago, Dec. G, 1904.
A. Wongrowitz, 2326 Champa street,
Denver, Colorado:
Dear Sir—This is to certify that no
oilier pai«*y but yourself has the sole
agency for our goods in the city of Den
ver. and any party using our name to
further the sale of somebody else’s goods
is a fraud, as all our goods are tagged.
Very respectfully,
(adv.) DAVID BERG & CO.
The Allison-Hill Tin, Sheet
Iron & Furnace Co.
TIN ROOFS PAINTED AND REPAIRED.
We do good work and guarantee It.
DAIRY SUPPLIES.
634 18th St., near Calif. Phone Main 2521.
Spectacles and Eyeglasses
Must be Correct in All Their Adjustments.
We Make Them Correct Only.
IDA M. THOMPSON W. G. THOMPSON
Undertakers and
Embalmers M..
Phone 2602 1529 Tremont
Phone 378 Main.
Rhodes Ranch Esg Co.
COM MISSION MERCHANTS
Our Specialty is Fancy Ranch Eggs.
EGGS AND POULTRY.
1826 16th Street. DENVER, COLORADO.
JOS. W. WALKER
MANAGER AND AGENT
FOR EVERYTHING MUSICAL.
1631 California Street. Phone Main 3179
Canvas and Outing Goods
THE BROOKS TENT
ft AWNING COMPANY
1421-25 16th St. Phone 3107 Denver, Colo.
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