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The Jewish outlook. (Denver, Colo.) 1903-1913, March 30, 1906, Image 10

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PUEBLO.
Miss Saunders of Trinidad is visiting
her brother and sister, Dr. and Mrs.
Gottlieb.
The Tuesday Whist Club met this
week with Mrs. Kohn. Mrs. Nathan
won the first prize; the second going to
Mrs. Julius Fist.
Mrs. Herman was hostess of the Fri
day Whist Club. A most enjoyable
afternoon was spent by all the members.
Mrs. Shloss won the prize.
Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb entertained at
a large reception last Sunday, in honor
of their son David and his bride, nee
Miss Saunders, of Trinidad.
Joe Herrick, of Denver, was the guest
of his brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
L. J. Nathan, for a few days, but was
called home on account of the illness of
his infant son.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Spitz have returned
from a trip East.
Mr. Jake Weinman lias returned from
a business trip to New York and other
eities.
Mr. Sol. Weiller has just returned
from a purchasing trip to the eastern
markets.
Miss Estelle Lewinson was the hostess
Wednesday evening at Bridge whist in
honor of her friends. ’
Mrs. Dr. B. F. Copp and mother. Mrs.
Abraham, of Silver City. New Mexico,
are sojourning in California.
Mr. and Mrs. Austrian of Chicago
spent a short time in the city, the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Grunsfeld.
An impressive Purim Festival enter
tainment was given at Temple Albert
for the benefit of the Sunday School
classes.
Mr. Walter Jaffa, who was recently
operated on for appendicitis is improv
ing rapidly and will soon be on the
streets again.
Messrs. David Weiller and Leon Hert
zog recently sailed from New York for
an extended visit, to their old home in
A1 sace-Lorraine.
Mr. and Mrs. Gumbiner and son of
Peoria, Illinois, are guests of the Alva
rado hotel, having come here for the
health of the son and now contemplate
making this their permanent home.
Prof. T. L. Krebs, (non Jew) organ
ist of Temple Albert, this city, has writ
ten some music for Friday evening ser
vices, which the Bloch Publishing Com
THE JEWISH OUTLOOK
pany of Cincinnati lias accepted and
will publish.
* Miss Inna Schutz of El Paso, who re
cently had the misfortune to lose her
father, Mr. Samuel Schutz, one of the
pioneers of the Pass City, is on a visit
to her sisters, Mesdames B. Spitz, James
Grunsfeld and Noa Ilfeld.
Russian Jews Are Advised
to Avoid New York
Berlin, March 22.—Unusually large
numbers of Jewish and Russian emi
grants to the United States and South
America are expected to leave Germany
after Easter, and an influential commit
tee has been formed here with the object
of directing the emigrants to the best
places. So far as the United States is
concerned, the committee will publish
advertisements throughout Russia ad
vising emigrants to avoid New York and
all eastern states. Committees will be
formed at Galveston, New Orleans, Bal
timore and other southern seaports
which, co-operating with committees in
the interior, will direct emigrants to
places where they can work at their
trades.
CHARACTER.
The noblest product of a human life
Is character, on which there is no stain.
It is not in the market to he bought,
But from the purest metal must be
wrought,
And tested often in the hottest fire,
’Till fully cleansed from every base
desire.
Exalted high above all earthly strife
Is he who mastery o’er himself shall
gain.
In all the world there’s nothing more
sublime,
When it is molded after God’s own
plan,
Than character, well rounded and com
plete,
Justice its throne and love its mercy
seat;
Honor and virtue counted of more
worth
Than all the pomp and pageantry of
earth;
This truth abides, and will throughout
all time,
’Tis character, not dress, that makes
the man.
It is while you are patiently toiling
at the little tasks of life that the mean
ing and shape of the great whole of life
dawns upon you. It is while you are re
sisting little temptations that you are
growing stronger.
THE THEATRES
TABOR GRAND
OPERA HOUSE
12. F. McCoiirt, Prop. nn«l Mgr.
One Week, Beginning Sunday Matinee
APRIL 1,
THE SHOW YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING
FOR—THE
AL. G. FIELD
GREATER MINSTRELS
21 YEARS OF CONTINUOUS SUCCESS
BroadwayTheatre
ONE WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY,
APRIL 2,
DAVID PROCTOR
“A MESSAGE
FROM
MARS”
THE NEW CURTIS THEATRE
Next Week, Beginning Sunday Matinee
APRIL 1, AND ENTIRE WEEK
The King of Detectives
PUICftBSt Every night and Sunday Matinee.
Lower Floor, 30c and 50c; Balcony 200
and 30c.
Matinees Daily (except Monday) Entire
Dower Floor, 20c; Entire Balcony, 10c.
Illinois Central Railroad
The Chicago
Finest To
Route Denver
Offers the
Most Luxurious Double Daily Train Service
Between Chicago, Omaha, Denver, Los
Angeles and San Francisco, and
ALL RESORTS OF COLORADO
Also St. Paul and the Northwest, South and
Southwest, New Orleans, Memphis
and St. Louis.
For particulars address
JAMES CULTON, Commercial Agent,
805 Seventeenth Street. Phone Main 1125.
DENVER.
The MAINE
PUEBLO
CONDUCTED IN
FIRST CLASS
STYLE.
EUROPEAN $1 UP
AMERICAN $3.00 UP
Proprietors.

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