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Post for photos. 1206 Fifteenth street and 910 Sixteenth street. Mr. and Mrs. M. Tishler have moved to 1037 East Thirteenth avenue. Miss Hattie Davidson and Dr. 11. N. Krohn, spent Christmas in Pueblo. Lehman & Stewart, Denver’s leading fire Insurance and financial agents, 1541 Champa street. Mr. Alfred Muller left for New York Tuesday evening and will be absent from the city for a week. For up-to-date millinery see Miss Fisher, 1114 Sixteenth street. Parlors up stairs. The Progress Club has arranged for a New Year’s Eve ball and dinner on Sun day December 31st. B. Schradsky. Denver’s well known mer chant tailor, 1601 Larimer, for stylish clothes. Mr. Joseph IT. Harrison left for the East Wednesday to be absent from the city for a few weeks. Mrs. M. Mitchell and daughter Hen rietta, are spending the week with Mrs. S. E. Davis in Pueblo. j. H. Arkush, fire, life and accident in surance; telephone 2863, 304 and 305 Appel building, Sixteenth and Larimer streets. The pupils of Temple Emanuel Reli gious school will give a Chanuka enter tainment Sunday afternoon at 2 :30. The Tuesday Afternoon Whist Club met with Mrs. E. Monash in her apart ments at the Shirley Annex this week. The most artistic work in oil por traits at reasonable prices is to be gotten at Litzenburg Studio, 230 Fifteenth street. The National Jewish Hospital acknowledges the donation of clothing from Mrs. L. Mayer, 940 Seventeenth avenue. Rabbi and Mrs. ITepp from Kovno, Russia Poland, have just arrived in the city and are for the present the guests of their son, Mr. I. Hepp. Scalp treatment for lalling hair. Hair dressing. Manicuring, for men, women and children. Artesian water. Haines’ Hair Store. 621 Sixteenth street. Mr. Abe Caro the popular cigar sales man who has recently undergone an operation at St. Joseph's Hospital, is again seen among his many friends in the city. The B. M. H. Synagogue held a very successful Chanuka celebration this week which lasted five nights. A large sum of money was realized for the benefit of the Synagogue. LOCAL ITEMS THE JEWISH OUTLOOK Jesse Shwayder wishes to announce that he is making the biggest and best line of trunks and traveling bags in the city. The name of the place is—The Shwayder Trunk Manufacturing Company, at 92S Fifteenth The Progress Club give a children’s dance and entertainment on Monday afternoon. The youngsters had the good time of their lives and the parents also enjoyed it. The German-American Trust Company, 1430 Sixteenth street; capital, $300,000; gen eral banking and trust business; fire insur ance, loans and investments; four per cent, on time deposits. The Misses Jennie Silverstein, Sallie Kaplan and Nellie Weitz made two sofa cushions which they sold for S6O. The money was given for the relief of the Jews in Russia. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenclay and children have gone to Las VeVgas, N. M., which place will be their future home. They take this method of saying good bye to their many friends. The latest up-to-date Etchings is only to be gotten at the Reinbrant Studio, 1132 Fifteenth street, over Hurlbut’s. Rabbi W. S. Friedman will deliver the opening address of the State Conference of Charities and Corrections which will be held in Pueblo on January 21st, 22d, and 23d. Governor J. F. McDonald will preside. The date of the first dance to be given under the management of the new amusement committee of Denver Lodge No. 171 I. O. B. B. will be announced soon. It will be the most enjoyable af fair ever given by the Lodge. Best equipped and largest plant in the West. The Pantitorium Cleaning & Dyeing Co., 805 Fifteenth street. Phone 4168. The patients of the National Jewish Hospital celebrated the feast of Chanuka on last Monday night with vocal and in strumental music. A resume of the his tory of Chanuka was delivered and the patients enjoyed the evening immensely. Mr. and Mrs. David Galland of 1188 Halsey street, Brooklyn, New York, an nounce the engagement of their daugh ter, Dorothy to Mr. Daniel Grossman of Denver. Miss Galland is a charming young lady, an accomplished musician, and an artist of note. Mr. Grossman has been in this city for the past eight years and is in business here. E. J. Gattmann, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gattman, celebrated bis birthday anniversary with a dinner party last Sat urday evening at the Savoy. The table GL.OYBS OUR GLOVE STOCK IS UP TO DATE. When buying: a pair of Gloves, why not have one that will wear and lit and at the same time have that up-to-date appearance that is so desired by every well-dressed wo man! Don t fall to nee our Glovcm for tlie Holidays —they are beautiful and they al ways give satisfaction. C.E. Beauchamp PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST Corner Seventeenth Ave. and Pearl St. All goods delivered from 6 a. m. to 12 p. m. Telephone York 718. THE ADAMS Cor. 18th and Welton Sts., Denver, Colo. Sixteenth St. Cars Pass The Adams. J. S. GIBBS, Manager. European Plan, 91.50 per Day and Up. American Plnn, 93.00 per Day and Up. Long Distance and Local Telephone in Every Room. The hotel is conducted in First class style and provides a Cuisine and Service of Exceptional Excellence. JACOB B. EMANUEL EXCLUSIVE MENS FURNISHER Phone Main 2973. 1110 SIXTEENTH ST. SCHROEDER ENGRAVING RUBBER STAMPS AND SUPPLIES. Phone Main 4030. 1755 Champa St.