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land; Mrs. A. Cohen of New York, Mrs.
Englander of New York, Miss Tillie Fried man of St. Louis, Mrs. Cans of Salt Lake City, Mrs. Goldman of Des Moines, Mrs. Arthur Kline of New Orleans, Mrs. Kruschke of Durango, Colorado; Mrs. Levy of Hous ton, Texas; Mrs. Levy of New York City, Mrs. Haas of Kansas City, Mrs. Hirsch of Detroit, Mrs. Machol of Cleveland, Mrs. Newhouse of Kansas City, Mrs. Rosenwater of Cleveland, Mrs. Rothschild of Greeley, Colorado; Mrs. Altman of Cheyenne, Mrs. Steinbock of San Francisco, Mrs. Stern of Galveston, and Mrs.. Unger of New York City. The great Uintah reservation will he open for homestead entry August 28th, although registration will commence at Grand Junc tion, Colorado; Price, Provo and Vernal. Utah, on August 1st. and continue until Au gust 12th. The procedure necessary to se cure lands in this greatest of government reservations is outlined in detail in a pam phlet just issued by the passenger depart ment of the Denver & Rio Grande railroad. Colorado Springs. Mr. Sangar of Dallas. Texas, was a vis itor in this city last week. Mrs. S. Levin of Greeley, Colorado, is registered at the Sunny Sitle House at Man itou. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. llaldhoff and daugh ter Clara of Dallas. Texas, are spending the summer in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Westheimer of St. Joseph, Missouri, are spending the summer at the Cliff House in Manitou. The Denver visitors in this city and Manitou last week were Mr. David Plessner, Mr. Henry Schlesinger. Mr. Ben Rosenberg. Mr. Joseph Jaffa and Dr. M. Collins. Mr. B. F. Benheim. Chicago; M. H. Spiro, St. Louis; Mrs. B. H. Newman and daugh ter Marion E., St. Louis; A. R. Phillips of Shreveport, Ijouisiana, are at the Alamo. Mr. Emanuel Forth, senior member of the law firm of Forth & Singer of Philadel phia. while riding through North Cheyenne canon last Friday, was thrown from the horse and severely injured. The physician who examined him foupd him suffering from a fracture of the arm just below the shoulder. Mr. Forth is a promihent attorney in Phila delphia. Pueblo. Miss Sanders of Trinidad is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb. Mr. B. P. Bernheim of Philadelphia spent several days in the city. Mr. Aaron Sonneborn and children will spend the summer at Green Mountain Falls. Miss E. Samuels of Milwaukee, Wiscon sin, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ackerman. Mrs. 7j. Taub and baby are at Palmer Bake to spend several weeks during the heated term. Mrs. Emanuel Fist entertained at whist, her guest, Mrs. Schreiber of Chicago, win ning the prize. Mrs. S. Heilbronner of Owensboro, Ken tucky, is visiting her daughters, Mesdames Ed. Fist and S. Bernheim. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Bergerman have gone East. Mrs. Bergerman will spend the sum mer with relatives in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Marks and children of Chi cago and Mrs. H. Garrett of Denver are the guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaacs. Mrs. Julius Fist entertained at whist in honor of the visiting ladies. The first prize went to Mrs. Gottlieb, the consolation to Mrs. Klein. THE JEWISH OUTLOOK Cripple Creek. Mr. A. Beer will leave next week for Eu rope on a three months' vacation and will re turn about October 1st. The regular meeting of the 1. O. B. B. 1 .lodge, with newly elected officers presiding, was held Sunday, July 16tli. Salt Lake City. Mr. Max Daniels, formerly of Colorado Springs, will leave shortly for a trip to Chicago and New York City. The Jewish Ladies’ Aid Society gave their annual picnic at Lagoon, Sunday, July 23rd, and a very enjoyable time was had. Mr. Nathan W. Shapiro, a prominent young jeweler, formerly of Denver and Colo rado Springs, has opened up a jewelry store in this city. THE VALUE OF A DOLLAR. There are three ways to learn the value of a dollar: The first is to spend it and see what you get for it. The second is to earn it and see what you give for it. The third is to save it and yearn for all the things it might buy if you were weak enough to spend it. —Exchange. "Yes,” said the amateur sportsman, “I had great luck on my gunning trip to-day.” "Why, you didn't hag anything!” “I know; but the last time I was out I bagged a cow.”—Philadelphia Ledger. When the logs are burning free, Then the fire is full of glee'. When each heart gives out its best. Then the talk is full of nest. Light your fire and never fear; Life was made for love and cheer. —Henry Van Dyke. TH E> GROWN I N(fj^= 6T jfMV W oueH TOYOUR-^^ ISLm^m l gjflayri j a pod br&ad be* HjHBcTON^^ DELICATE FLAVOR WILL L&Hd AN <5= _ —-ADDITIONAb “STANDARD” gjCI THIS WORD DENOTES THE QUALITY OF OUR GOODS ffca<flirai««a3B WE lead, others follow. iifTf"" "JI" ' Jrau Standard Rotary, Vibrator, Paragon, Norwood and Favor /> fljH ite Machines, all ball bearing, and prices within the reach of every one. call and see us if you are in want of any j| thing in the Sewing Machine line, and get prices before pur Supplies for all makes; special attention given to rents and repairs. Agents Wilcox & Gibbs Genuine Automatic Ma chines. The Standard Sewing Machine Co. 623 525 J£n. Ei ? 8 N s ™Main REET A Stands for Accidents which Don’t happen here. Your garments return NEW, FRESH and CLEAR. I'liunc 4 lON. Wilsons Kvcrywlwre HOS 15th THE PANTITORIUM CO. !. C. Well. E. O. Symun. THE ENTERPRISE LAUNDRY DOES THE FINEST WORK IN THE CITY. OUR LAUNDRY WORK IS SECOND TO NONE. ENTERPRISE LAUNDRY GROSSMAN BROS. Phone Red 1074. 1719 Champa St. COFFEE Roasting Dally in Our Store THE SPRAY COFFEE & SPICE CO. lsth and CALIFORNIA the: Ordway, Snow & Addison Grocery Co. 1536 Glenarm. Phones Main 4721—22. Good Groceries Veribest Vegetables Fine Fruit Magnificent Meats 9