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man. After the meeting a collection brought
in about a hundred dollars, which was
turned over to the treasurer, Dr. Zederbaum.
Arrangements for another meeting down
town are being made. Time and place will
be given in the next issue of The Outlook.
CRIPPLE CREEK.
Mr. Kiulman will leave shortly for New
York.
Misses Flora and Ray Goldsmith of Den
ver were visitors here last. Sunday.
The regular meeting of the I. O. B. B.
will be held at Cripple Creek August 6th.
Mr. H. Herz of Goldfield, Colorado, and
Miss F. Davis of Portland, Oregon, were
married recently at Portland, Oregon.
COLORADO SPRINGS AND MANITOU.
At the foot of one of the greatest moun
tain peaks in the world and known as the
Cities of Sunshine, are Colorado Springs and
Manitou. These two places are indeed
blessed with everything that is desired as an
ideal residence city. That the people are
fast realizing that in no other place can
they spend such a pleasant summer with
such delightful surroundings, is evidenced
by the fact that a larger number of visitors
are at present in the state than have ever
visited here before.
The month of August promises still
greater crowds. The management of this
paper will at all times be pleased to answer
any questions regarding Colorado points of
interest and hotel accommodations. Below
we give the names of a few of the people
sojourning here this summer.
Mrs. D. Childs, Mrs. P. J. Silverman, Mr.
and Mrs. P. H. Bitteman, Mr. Louis Stern
and wife, Chicago: Dr. S. Wolfstein, Cincin
nati; Misses Sophia and Alma Berger, Da
Crosse, Wis.; Mr. Paul Strauss, Budapest,
Hungary; H. Solomon and wife. Misses Ger
trude and Amy Frank, Pittsburg; Mrs.
Emma Eckhouse, Indianapolis; Julius Gold
berg, Salt Bake City; Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Simsheimer, New York; Mrs. J. D. Barth, St.
Louis; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Raff. Cincinnati;
Mr. Carl Weil, Lincoln. Neb.; Mrs. M. Epp
stein, Denver; Mrs. Emma Haas, Kansas
City; Jos. Schwartz and wife, Corsicana,
Tex.; Messrs. A. and H. Sanger. Waco, Tex.;
Mr. and Mrs. I. Rosenbaum, Dallas. Tex.;
Mr. Jacob Levy, New Orleans; Misses Rose
,and Mabel Strauss, Montgomery, Ala.: A. F.
Dreyfus, Pine Bluff; Mrs. H. Kaufman, Fort
Smith, Ark.; Mrs. J.Wosserman, Little Rock,
Ark.; Mr. S. H. Hess, Chicago; Miss Belle
Rice, Lewiston, Minn.; H. R.
Council Bluffs, la.; Mrs. Emily Aaronson and
Miss Della Herman, Dallas, Tex.
Mr. B. Rosenberg has gone to New York.
Leon Von Rosenberg of New York is reg
istered at the Antlers.
Mrs. Joseph H. Levin of Greeley, Colo.,
is at the Grand View, Manitou.
Mrs. M. Gruenberg and children have left
for New York to attend the wedding of her
sister. •
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Kaufman left last
week for the East. They expect to be gone
a few weeks.
Miss Julia Mandelbaum and Miss Sophia
Sperling of New York were in the city last
week, registered at the Antlers.
Miss Mabel Strauss of Montgomery, who
has been spending the past few weeks at the
THE JEWISH OUTLOOK
Cliff House, Manitou, left Tuesday for her
home.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Lavermore entertained a
dinner party at Broadmoor Casino last week
in honor of Mrs. M. Michaelson and daugh
ters of Nebraska City.
PUEBLO.
Mrs. S. E. Davis and son David am at
Palmer Lake.
Mrs. Weinberg of Denver is visiting Mrs.
L. N. Guggenheim.
Mr. Albert Kahn has returned to his
home in Cincinnati.
Mrs. H. Levin and daughters spent sev
eral days at Manitou.
Mrs. Morris Cohn (Bella Levin) is the
guest of her parents.
Mrs. Ben Bergerman entertained at whist
for the visiting ladies.
Mr. Charles Moch and Joseh Elliott will
spend the week at Rye.
Mrs. Joe Oppenheim is visiting her
mother in Colorado Springs.
Miss Leah Oppenheimer, who has been
the guest of Mrs. M. Kahn, has gone to New
York.
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Phone Olive 609 1617 LAWRENCE ST.
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'wHl of every one. call and see us if you are in want of any
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Supplies for all makes; special attention given to rent
and repairs. Agents Wilcox & Gibbs Genuine Automatic Ma
chines.
The Standard Sewing Machine Co. 523 525 SSST-T “ T
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We Do Lots;
In Cleaning Soiled Garments
and Taking Out Spots.
Phone 41 (IS. WnigonM Everywhere 805 15th
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THE ENTERPRISE LAUNDRY DOES THE
FINEST WORK IN THE CITY.
OUR LAUNDRY WORK IS SECOND
TO NONE.
ENTERPRISE LAUNDRY
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Phone Red 1074. 1719 Champa St.
COFFEE
Roasting Dally in Our Store
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lsth and CALIFORNIA
THE
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1536 Glenarm.
Phones Main 4721 —22.
Good Groceries
Veribest Vegetables
Fine Fruit
Magnificent Meats
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