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11. 75-yard dash for men over 40 years. First, M. Kobey; second, S. Strauss. 12. Peanut race for ladies. First, Mrs. Behm ; second. Mrs. Shandel. 13. Hop, skip and jump. First, Moe Solomon; second, Max Anfenger. 14. Fat men's race. First, Alfred Price : second, S<«l Schwayder. 15. 100-yard dash. First, Max Anfen ger : second. W. llalm. The judges for the above races were Moe Marx. E. Morris. S. Strauss. ,J. 01- covich, L. Levy and M. Kobey. Starter, T. C. Weil. The entertainment commit tee, which was composed of Fred C. An fenger. chairman: Arthur Syinan and M. Meyers, worked hard to make the picnic the great success that it was and are de serving of the commendation of the mem bers of the lodge. Pueblo, Colorado Dr. lvlotzky spent the week in Denver. Mr. Sam Newman was in town Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Bach spent Sunday in Manitou. Mr. lliram Hammer of New York City was in the city. Jlr. Abe Nathan of Durango was a guest in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Sig Walker spent the week in Manitou. Mr. and Mrs. M. Kolin and family are camping at Manitou. Benjamin Kosenhlum left last week on a business trip to Salt Bake City. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Bergerman are mak ing a tour of the eastern coast resorts. Mrs. Tj. IT. Guggenheim and children have returned from a visit in Denver. Mrs. T. R. King of Newkirk, Okla homa, is the guest of Mrs. Aaron Sonne born. Misses Cizella and Victor Newman left Sunday for an extended trip through California. Mr. and Mrs. S. Schon and family have returned from a fishing trip at Camp Pueblo on the Gunnison. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Modi have returned from a month's business and pleasure trip to Chicago and New York. Mrs. lllman. Miss l iman and Mr. Ti nian. who have been visiting Mrs. Elliot, have returned to their home in Mary land. What is a baby ? A London paper of fered a prize for the best definition of a baby, and the one that received the prize was this: “A little stranger with a free pass to the heart's best affections.” THE JEWISH OUTLOOK Aspen, Colo. Elias Cohn left for Denver on a busi ness trip. Ben Kobey is in Denver visiting his brother, M. J. Kobe.v. Emanuel Silver of (llenwooil Springs was a visitor in town for a few days last week. S. S. Shoenberg is confined to bed with a severe illness, and his daughter. .Mrs. Franklin, arrived from Pueblo to be at his bedside. Miss Lily Silver, who has been en joying: the past few weeks in Denver vis iting' relatives and friends, returned home last Sunday. Joseph M. Silver of Olenwood Springs visited his father, B. Silver, for a few days last week and then he left for a two weeks' fishing trip. Glenwood Spring's, Colo. Syman Hymes and Joseph .M. Silver went to Sweetwater lake for a two weeks' fishing trip. A party composed of Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Vnle of Newcastle, Jnd*re and Mrs. John L. Noonan and Mr. and Mrs. S. Sham will leave next Sunday for Ilaiifrinsr Lake. Mr. and Mrs. J. Wulfsolin left last Sunday for a month's visit in New York, and on the way they will stop over to visit friends in St. Louis and Chicago. Mr. Wnlfsohn is one of our most promi nent co-reli<rionists in town, and their many friends wish them a pleasant trip. The Union of American Hebrew Congregations Tlu* receipts for the Isaac M. Wise memorial fund to Julv 41. 100(», amount to *418.074.45. The hoard of management on syna gogue and school extension held two meetings last month, one on duly 4th. another on July loth. Rabbi (Jeorgc Zepin. who has done such such excellent work in organizing congregational and religious schools, very much to the regret of the hoard de clined a re-election, thus leaving only Rabbi (Jodshaw to carry on the work. 11l view of the importance of the sub ject. however, the board did not deem it expedient to diminish its efforts, and therefore appointed Rabbi Louis I). Men doza. a graduate of the Hebrew Union College of the class of 1!106. a director. The high manner in which Mr. Mendoza has been spoken of by the faculty of the Hebrew Union College leaves no doubt but that he will prove a very efficient worker in the cause. Best Place in the City to Purchas SOUVENIRS FRUMESS, the Jtweler 906 Sixteenth S'reet I’lM'kiiKCN, 10 to 25 Hm. Trunk?* 25 to 50 etn. ESTABLISHED IS9O. Freight Transferers ami Distributors. Storage. PECK DELIVERY COMPANY S. C. PECK, Proprietor. Tclc|»|ioucm—l3ol. 1305 153*1 Champa Street Denver, Colorado. REV. LOUIS KLAVANS Expert MOHEL of Over 20 Years’ Practice. Best of reference, both medical and lay. 2762 Howard Place, Denver, Colo. Manhattan ThePublic’sPlayground WEEK AUGUST 13TH. FAREWELL WEEK Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, THE CINGALEE Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Satur day Matinee. SAN TOY. Sunday, August 19th, Vaudeville Concert by members of the company. Souvenir Photos at each perform ance . NEXT WEEK, BEGINNING SUNDAY NIGHT, AUGUST 12. Jane Oaker and Bellows Stock Co. iN "If I Were King" and “In Old Heidelberg" SEATS ON SALE AT THE TABOR. THE NEW CURTIS THEATRE Next Week, Beginning Sunday Matinee, AUG. 12, AND ENTIRE WEEK. “fHE WORLD” PRICES —Every night 'end Sunday matinee, lower floor, 30c and 60c.; balcony, 20c and 30c. Matinees daily (except Monday.) Entire lower floor, 20c.; entire balcony, 10c.