been in Denver. She leaves a husband,
Leon Lasarow, and two children, Evelyn,
aged eight .veal's, and Seymour, six years
old. The funeral services were held Fri
day afternoon, Rabbi W. S. Friedman
The Jewish Alliance program as now
arranged includes an original one-act
farce, “Cupid the Shatchen,” or The
Marriage That Failed; a minstrel first
part and some extra fine vaudeville
turns. Efforts are now being made to
secure fhe large auditorium of the Wom
an’s Club for the 29th of April—in the
event of this place being secured for that
Jude Julian Mack of Chicago, Judge
Harold Solomon of Stockholm, Sweden,
and Professor Thurston, of Chicago,
Judge Ren B. Lindsey and Dr. Merrill
of the city were entertained at dinner
Saturday, March 24th, at the National
Jewish Hospital by the hoard of man
agers. Judge Mack is president of the
National Conference of Jewish Chari
ties as well as a member of the board of
Jewish Charities of Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. TT. Frankcl announce
the engagement of their son, Mortimer
Newman Frankel, of New Haven, Con
necticut, to Miss Emma Sugenheimer
of New Haven. Mr. Frankel is a large
manufacturer of caps in New Haven
and has resided there for the past six
years. His fiancee is a very popular
young lady of the elm city and belongs to
one of the old families of Connecticut.
Mr. and Mi's. JI. Frankel have the
hearty congratulations of their many
At the East Denver High School last
Friday morning, twelve girls read se
lections from noted authors before an
audience of almost 900. It was the oc
casion of the twenty-seventh annual con
test for a gold medal donated by Henry
R. Wolcott. Reula Barbara Stem read
“Aunt Miranda’s Apology,” by Kate
Douglas Wiggin, with much charm and
expression and won the prize. Miss
Stem was elected by the seniors of the
1906 class of East Denver High School
as class reader on graduation day in
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. S.
L. Bresler surprised them last Wednes
day night, at their home, 1029 East
Thirteenth avenue, the occasion being
the first wedding anniversai-y of Mr.
and Mrs. Bresler. They received many
costly presents and were showered with
congratulations from friends in this city
and New York. A sumptuous supper
was served and the evening was spent
pleasantly. Mr. and Mrs. Bresler are
popular and valuable members of our
Jewish community. They are both, ac
tively engaged in charitable and phil
THE JEWISH OUTLOOK
Depends as much on knowing how to
apply the paint as on the quality of
the materials. When we do the work
we furnish the best materials, em
ploy the most skilled labor, supple
mented by our own experience of
twenty-five years in the business. We
paint so it won’t come off,, whether
the work is done in winter or sum
mer. Schayer & Gollick, Josephine
Council of Jewish Women
Another interesting meeting of the
Council of Jewish Women was held
Wednesday afternoon at Temple Eman
uel. Each program this winter seems
to have eclipsed the previous ones.
Mrs. Martha Conine’s paper on Rus
kin. Morris and Elbert Hubbard was
very interesting. It was full of thought
Dr. Friedman’s lecture on Isaiah—
like the council program—surpassed all
former lectures of his. which is no small
commendation, as it is hard to fancy
any effort of that character more help
ful and more uplifting.
The music of the afternoon was ex
quisitely rendered by Miss Nafe, whose
splendid soprano voice was at its best.
Tier reading to musical accompaniment
was a pleasing number.
Mrs. S. Pisko, the president, ap
pointed the following committees to pre
pare next season’s work
Program Committee.—-Mesdames S.
Friedenthal, M. C. Shandal, Wm. Fried
man, the Misses Tina Garbarsky and
Nominating Committee. Mesdames
Alfred Muller. M. Hyman, G. R. Feil, A.
Erdman, Ed Lewin, Max Morris, and
B’nai B’rith Notes
The next meeting of the lodge will be
Sunday, April Bth, at 10 a. m.’ The en
tertainment committee have decided to
give a smoker at the Adams hotel in the
latter part of April, in celebration of
the 34th, anniversary of the organiza
tion of the lodge. The exact date will
be announced later.
Four new members were initiated at
the last meeting, and several applica
tions were handed in. The officers of
the lodge are going to make a vigorous
effort to show a big increase in member
ship before the end of the year.
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Pncknges, 10 to 2.1 ct». Trunks 25 to .10 ct*.
Freight Transferers and Distributors.
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