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The Jewish Outlook stands for everythin? pertaining to Jewish interests, synugogul and institutional. It chronicles the most im< portant foreign and domestic news, and par ticularly concerns itself with the doings of Jews in the Jtocky Mountain region. The Jewish Outlook welcomes contribu tions to its columns when properly signed. The Jewish Outlook does not necessarily concur in the opinions of its contributors. The Jewish Outlook solicits correspond ence from every section of the Rocky Moun tain region. Subscribers whose papers do not reach them regularly will kindly Inform us at once. All matter for the week’s publication must reach us not later than Tuesday noon. All matters concerning advertisements, subscriptions, social notes, etc., should be addressed to P. O. Box 723, Denver, Colo. Mr. Lou Garbarsky is in town. Mrs. Sum Cohen is in Fairplay. Mr. Alfred Patek left for the Hast last Sunday. Mr. Ludwig Bruek left Monday for his western trip. Mr. Sam Lehmann has returned from a short trip to Creede. Telephone to 297, it will bring a wagon from the City laundry. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel K. Zwetow have returned from a trip to Chicago. Governor Buchtel will lecture next Friday evening at Temple Emanuel. Sunday evening, the 13th, will be the first Ladies’ night at Progress Club. Miss Pearl Cohen, who has been ill for several weeks. Ls now able to be out again. Mrs. S. Spitz of Santa Fe. New Mex ico, is the guest of her sister, Mrs.,.l. S. Drevfuss. B. Schradsky, Denver’s well known merchant tailor, 1601 Larimer, for styl ish clothes. Mrs. Louis Morris will lead the Sab bath school choir on Saturday and Sun day morning. For Men’s fine tailoring sec B. Lebo vitz, 1728 Broadway, opposite the Brown Palace hotel. Mr. Markus Frankie, after having spent a couple of days in the city, left .during the week. Mrs. Mannie Hyman leaves shortly for Chicago to attend the wedding of her niece, Miss Jacobs. Mrs. Bernard Beer expects to move shortly into her new home at 2230 East Fourteenth avenue. For steam and French dry cleaning and repairing, see the Ladies’ Dress Cir cle. ’Phone, York 1647. THE JEWISH OUTLOOK Local Items Gov. Henry A. Buchtel will occupy the pulpit of Temple Kmimuel this Fri day evening. Nanette Lehman entertained a num ber of her friends in celebration of her twelfth birthday. The Tuesday Club met with Mrs. Sig mund. and the Thursday Club with Mrs. Baer, the past week. The marriage of Mr. .lake Olcovich and Miss Bertha Saft will be solemnized in March in St. Louis. The swell place for hair dressing, man icuring and hr.ir goods, is Haines Hair Store, 152(» California street. Miss Minette Baer of Salt Lake City, who has been visiting in the city with friends, left Tuesday for St. Louis. Miss Daisy Lrwin has been confined to her home with a sprained ankle, caused by a fall at the skating rink. The W. 11. Stewart Agency Company, Denver’s leading insurance and finan cial agents, 1541 Chainpn street. The many friends of Miss Helen Or nauer regret to learn that she is ill with nervous prostration, and wish for her a speedy recovery. Miss Beulah Stern accompanied her aunt. Mrs. M. L. Stern, to Albuquerque, New Mexico, where sin* also went to at tend the Montezuma. Items for these columns should reach us not later than Tuesday evening ns we go to press Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Michael and Miss Klirma Michael are now located at 1542 Williams street and would be pleased to receive their friends. Kabbi Dr. W. S. Friedman left for Cincinnati last Saturday night to attend the executive committee meeting of the Central Conference of American Habbis. Dr. M. Collins, superintendent of tin* National Jewish Hospital for Consump tives, left for Louisville, Kentucky, last Sunday night. He is visiting his mother. Mrs. Mark Mitchell and sister. Miss Sippie Davidson, have leased an apart ment on the corner of Fourteenth and Emerson and expect to take possession of same about November Ist. In honor of his fourth birthday. Mas ter Max Levingston, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Levingston, celebrated the event by inviting a dozen of his little friends to spend Friday afternoon with him. Money loaned on chattels and real estate. H. S. Engle, 30 Good block, Six teenth and Larimer. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Saly Aitertuined at dinner last Sunday evening, Mr. .lake Olcovich being the guest of honor. Oth ers present were Miss Anna and Yetta Olcovich and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Levy. If you arc interested in stylish fall Millinery, call on Miss Martha Fischer, 1114 Sixteenth street. Parlors up stairs. ✓ Mr. and Mi's. t'. A. Ilirsch of El l’nso, Texas, have been spending a few days in Denver, the guests of 11. Jacobson and family, on their wedding trip, having been married Tuesday, October Ist. Mrs. Edward Moiiash entertained on Wednesday last at luncheon at the Sa voy. Those present were: Mesdanies. Jerome Dreyfus, Mrs. Hacharach of Chicago. Mrs. Leopold Mayer and her niece, Mrs. Mayer of Chicago; Mrs. M. I). Harnett. Mrs. Sam Lehman and Mrs. Harry Kline. After luncheon the Indies spent the afternoon at bridge. Election of officers of Shearith Israel Congregation, corner Tenth and Law rence streets, was held last Sunday, with the following result: L. Wandcf, presi dent: M. Ilerschkovitz, vice president; Joseph Lichcrman. secretary: J. Silver man. treasurer; trustees—Charles Ju delovitz, M. Levy, A. Weisbrodt: and J. Weltman on the board of directors. For hair goods, switches, pompa dours, etc., for hair dressing and mani curing, Haines’ Hair Store will please you; 152(5 California street. The* “Xeshef Ivry,” or Hebrew Night, of the Denver Hebrew School, at B. M. 11. Synagogue, last Sunday evening, was a success. Tin* boys showed familiarity •with the tongue of their ancestors. Ad dresses were delivered in Hebrew by Rabbi C. 11. Kauvar, by the teacher of the Hebrew school, Mr. Elkan, by Mr. Sol Wolf, who presided, by Dr. C. D. Spivak and by Mr. A. Levit/.kv. The pupils of Talmud Tliorah Shearith Is rael attended in a body as guests of the Denvei Hebrew School. The German-American Trust Com pany, 1430 Sixteenth street; capital, $300,000; general banking ami trust bus iness; tire insurance, loans and invest ments; four per cent on time deposits. Mrs. F. Goodman and daughter Pauline have moved to the Plymouth hotel, corner Sixteenth and Broadway. They will be pleased to see their friends. The enthusiasm attending the first meeting of the Denver Junior Council assures us that tin* present season will be one of great results. We meet every second and fourth Sunday of the month in the vestry room of Temple Emanuel.