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The Social Buzz The Post Studio for the best in photography, 910 16th-St. Mrs. Simon Kalil.ii- of Sterling Colo., is visiting in the city. Mrs. (ins Keehnitx will he at home Wednesdays, at 1269 Ogden. Miss Amelia Ahrahamson of Philadelphia is in the eit.v for a few weeks. Mrs. A. S. Xudel left on Tuesday fora few weeks' trip to B«>ston and New York. Mr. X. 11. Cohen left on Sunduy for a business trip through the Western states. Mr. and Mrs. I. Monheiuier and Miss L. Monheiuier are visiting nt their daughters. The engagement of Miss Tessie Lapidus and l)r. Benjamin M. Steinberg has been announced: Mr. Sol KsensKy of Lincoln. Neb., is visiting his sisters. Mrs. Nathan Kothsehild and Miss (Sussie Ksen skv. Mr. and M-s. K. Kohlherg of Kl Paso. Texas."are visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. .1. Kohlherg. 949 Humboldt st reet. Have you ever tried the Pasteur ized milk of the Windsor Farm Dairy t Call up Main 5136, 1712 Blake street. The next meeting of Denver Lodge No. 171. I. O. B. 8., will he la-ld Sunday morning, June 13th, nt 10 a. m. Mr. J. Hornhein left last week for Chicago, when after a short visit he will goto Excelsior Springs for a few weeks. Mr. Mitchell Myers, who has been confined to his bed for the past several days, is again able to la- at his place of business. Mr. Chas. Oreencla.v and daugh ter, Leona, of Las Vegas, X. M.. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. 'fishier of 1037 Fast Thirteenth avenue. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bloom en tertained their immediate family at an elaborate dinner last Sunday in honor of their fourteenth wedding anniversary. Mrs. Cans of New York City, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. M. Eppstein, returned to New York accompanied hv her sister, Mrs. S. Pisko. $5.00 DOWN, $5.00 PER MONTH Buys a piano with six months’ free music lessons this week at Colum bine Music Company, 920 Fifteenth street, Charles building. Mr. and Mrs. IT. Solomon and THE JEWISH OUTLOOK daughter, Miss Minnie, will leave Saturday evening, June 12th. Hu- New York City. On June 22ml they will sail for Europe on the Kaiser Wilhelm. The German-Aiuericun Trust Conipauy, 1430 Sixteenth street; capital $300,000; general banking and trust business; lire insurance, loans and investments; four per cent, on time deposits. WANTED —Jewish young lady wishes position as mother's helper: will assist with housework: ran do sewing and lx* generally useful; willing to leave town if so desired. I). M. care of Jewish Outlook, K. & C. Bldg. The wedding of Mr. Mark Harri son ami Miss Theresa Green was solemnized at the home of the bride’s sister. Mrs. J. Barnet, in St. Paul, Minn., on Tuesday evening. After a short trip to Atlantic City and other Eastern states, Mr. and Mrs. Ilarrisin will lie at home in this city. Mr. M. Bendix died Friday. June 4th, at the family residence, of heart trouble. Mr. Bendix has been ailing for the past year. He is sur vived by his wife and three chil dren, Herman Bendix. a son. and Mrs. Sanders of Trinidad, and Mrs. Abenheim of this city. The re mains were cremated. An open meeting of the Buds of Zion will be held Sunday evening; June 13th. at the vestry rooms of the B. M. 11. synagog. Twenty fourth and Curtis streets. The Buds of Zion Orchestra will ren der several selection and there will also be a sketch and several other numbers given by the members. The public is cordially invited to attend and a good time is assured all. One of the saddest deaths that has occurred in some time was that of Joseph llolzman. who died Wed nesday night at Helena, Montana. Mr. llolzman went to Helena only a week ago to attend the wedding of his son Julius llolzman, to Miss Millie Fliagelman, which took place on Tuesday. He Ls survived by two children. Mrs. William Bensev of this city, Mr. Julius llolzman of Helena, and Mr. S. L. llolzman, a brother, now of New York City, but formerly of Denver. The re mains will arrive in Denver Satur day morning. STARS OF ZION BASEBALL TEAM DISBANDS FOR SEASON. After ii most successful season, the Stars of Zion Baseball Team has disbanded, having never yet met defeat. The team, this year, was led by JEWISH OUTLOOK ADVERTISERS ARE RELIABLE. Henry Silverstein. eaptnin: Simon Heller, manager. ami Ismlor Kosen- I> l lllll. maseot. The team eons is ted of Chester (ioodstien, e.: Louis (irinstein. |>.: Merman Kttsenherg, lit.: Abe <■ohihanuner anil Knelt* Klien. 2b.: Nathan Tharskv ami Harry Sewartz. :tb.; Henry Sil vers! ien. ss.: Collie Barnet, rf.; Barney Fliesher. ef.; ami Harry Bernstein. If. ALUMNI DANCE. Tin* eighteenth iiniituil reunion of the Temple Kinaiiuel Alumni As soeintion. which was held last 'l'lnirsday evening in the Brown Palace Hotel, was as predieted, the most enjoyable of the many meet ings of this association, and all who attended left with the feeling that these annual reunions were indeed the most enjoyable social affairs of the Jewish social season. After in dulging in a most delightful dance until midnight, to tin* sweet music of Koenigsberg’s orchestra, the guests adjourned to the banquet hall, where a most plenteous repast was served, and ami 'mill the chat ter and pleasure of the hour one could not help gaze around at the handsomely dressed boys and girls and men and women, ami wonder why it is that the members of this Alumni Association, which is the first one of its kind ever organized in the I’nited States, as they grow older that tiny should be so conspic uous by their alisenee. President Maurice Kobcv in a very interesting spi*cch welcomed tin* class of 1909 into the Association and told them of the dutii's for them to perform and that as they grew older they would be the ones who would be re sponsible for the success of the Al umni. The president of the class of 1909, Mr. Karl Pivan. accepted in behalf of his class the trust im posed upon them and promised that TELEPHONE MAIN 2094 . A. R. THOMPSON & CO. Manufacturer of Special Designs in Fine Show Cases Bank, Store and Office Fixtures 2166-2176 15TH STREET, DENVER, COLO. The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company OF MILWAUKEE. WIS. JESSE M. WHEELOCK, General Agent 613-618 Synies Building for Colorado and New Mexico Denver. Colorado ESTABLISHED 1892 she 'Central darings flank and 9rust 'Co. Fifteenth and Arapahoe Streets CA PITA ■< $2T»0.000.00 StIUM.tIU $20,000.00 Money laoaned’only on Heal Estate and Collaterals. Four per cent, interest paid on savings accounts Bjr .Mull If You Cnn’l Coll. “WHY NOT THE BEST” DENVER TURKISH BATHS 1547 GLEN ARM STREET : : DENVER, COLO. Ladies' Day: Wednesday 10 a. m. Newly Furnished —Everything Sanitary I to 3p. m. Lady Attendants A. MAC CORQXJODALE J. A. BAKER they would all do what was in their power to carry out these principles. .Miss It it t master then presented Unhid Friedman a beautiful set of hooks in appreciation of his kind ness and patience in the many hours of Sunday school work. Dr. Fried man in his usual eloquent and im pressive manner thanked the class of 1909 and told them that he had only the brightest thoughts for their future and knew they would all he a credit to themselves and their parents as well as their teach ers. A few brief remarks followed by Nathan Itothsehild. Joe Limber, lands and Harry Isaacson. 'file election of officers for 1910 was held on Sunday afternoon in the vestry rooms of the temple and the following were elected : I‘resident. Joseph 11. Lanier, vice president. Joseph Silversmith: sec retary. Harbarn Landman: treas urer. Nathan Itothsehild. advisory hoard. Harry Isaacson. Henry Frankie. Maurice Kobev. Isador Saly. Alfred l’elton. PROFESSIONAL. Dr. Orlando W. Brown neailat. SiH'iußuformr ailnslalalerrd. Kmirartlua Mad I'lalr Mprrlallat. <ll -UU llnrlh nlk. Pkoar Mala IKT.3. HIIONESI City OriliTM. 4320 Offlro. 4321 llakara* Suppllra SSPsSs Hemler Merc* Co* \V I IOIdKSAIdK GROCERS Western Agents OTOM HH4NII I’ANNKI) (iOODM 1529-31 -33-35 Market Bt. DENVER COLORADO Phone Main 392. A. Wertheim PHOTOGRAPHER Only First Clast Work Anderson Studio. 120*» Fifteenth St., eor. IdOwrenee St.