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Page Two h JcWi$b ra.$ccipt "The Hos e.spaper O acific June 26, 1925 Northwest Jewry." The Lamping-McDonald Motor Co., Inc. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON East 7776 F. E. OLLINGER CO. I Empire Bldg., Elliott 1651 REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS FARM LANDS INSURANCE EXCHANGES BROKERAGE RENTALS LEASES LOANS PLANTATION on the Bothell Highway Chicken Dinners Steak Dinners a la Carte Service Dancing Every Evening FREE $8.5 0 set of famous "High Vacuum" ATTACHMENTS with each Grand Prize EUREKA Vacuum Cleaner  For lim- ited time only--act /lOW. FREE TRIAL Only $5.00 down. Phone to- day. Poole Electric Co. 1116 4th Ave. El. 3797 Mrs. Lillian Burkhart Goldsmith I 3It&apos;. and Mrs. Alfred Bornstein left of Los Angeles, who is in the city!last Thursday by motor for San for the Council Conference, was a Francisco. guest of honor of the Sunset Club last Tuesday. Mr. Charles Burnett returned last -- Monday from Los Angeles, where he Mrs. Myron Glauber of Los An- attended the Shrine Convention. geles is in the city for a few days. Mrs. Charles Aronson and Mr. Mr. Allan Blum left last Saturday and Mrs. W. Warshal returned last for Camp Lewis, where he is attend- Wednesday from a three weeks' ing the C. M. T.C. motor tri 1) to California. On the way home, Mrs. I. Goldstein joined them at Portland, Oregon. Mrs. Leonard Kaufman of Port- land, Oregon, is the house guest of The marriage of Miss Alice Adler, Mrs. Carl Shermer. daughter of Mrs. Anton Adler, to Dr. tIarrv L. Gerber, son of Mr. and Mr. Henri Alkan of New York City Mrs. Lot{is Gerber of this city, will was a guest at the Hotel Olympic be solemnized at the Olympic, Sun- for a few days last week en route to day, June 28th. California. Mr. Alkan is a cousin of NIrs. I. J. Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Burnett will be at home Saturday evening in Friends of Mrs. William Lewis will honor of the Bar Mitzvah of their be glad to know that she is conval- son Buddy. escing at her home after a recent illness. Mr. Abe Aronson was in the city for several days last week. Mr. Herbert Goldsmith of Portland arrived in the city last Sunday and Mrs. Roy Rosenthal and small is the guest of his brother-in-law daughter, Dorothy Mac, returned to and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Norman their home iri Montesano last Sun- Leopold, until Friday, when he day, after spending several weeks in leaves for a trip to Alaska. Seattle. Mrs. J. S. Kane, mother of Mrs. Rosenthal, accompanied her Mrs. Clarence Leman entertained home for a few days visit. with a luncheon last Wednesday at the home of her mother, Mrs. Arthur Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sehwabacher Bastheim. with their (laughter Bertha and son Morton, anti Mrs. S. Blum, left last Mrs. S. Lewisohn of Portland and Thursday morning fro" a motor trip her daughter Anne, accompanied by to San }'r'meisco. They expect to Miss Suzanne Seller, spent a few da37s remain south about three weeks. in Seattle during the Jewish Council Conference. The Zigmedah Club will entertain with a beach party for ten couples Mr. and Mrs. Mason Ehrman of at Des Moincs on Saturday, June 27. Portland were in the city during the Conference, and left Wednesday on a Miss Molly NeMiro of the Junior trip to British Columbia. Council of Jewish Women of Port- and, Oregon, was a visitor in Seattle ast week, attending the Convention. here she was a house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nudelman. Mr. Nathan Rickles, who has been The Red Top mding the Northwestern Medicgd at Chicago, arrived in town FAISAN Cafe Cab Company is responsible for having cut taxicab rates in Seattle nearly in half. The lied Top Cab Company's machines are equipped with the latest printing taximeters which is- sue a printed receipt for every fare collected. ASK FOR THE RECEIPT. for your service The Red Top Cab Co. CALL ELLIOTT 5900 CORRECT FORMS FOR WEDDING INVITATIONS, ANNOUNCE, MENTS AND SOCIAL STATIONERY 1515 Fifth Avenue Society Stationery Shop MAin 9248 LET US SOLVE YOUR PICNIC AND PARTY PROBLEMS C. f'. IIAA..VCH DELICATESSEN AND RESTAURANT 913 Third Avenue--Near Madison. Have You Tried Our Delicious Summer Lunch? ELiot 4956 SEATTLE, WASH. week to spend the summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Rickles. News has been received of the marriage of Miss Betty Becket, daughter of Mrs. Louis Beeker of San Francisco, formerly of Seattle, to Mr. Samuel Spitalny of Phoenix, Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Marcus celebrated their 35th wedding anni- versary on June 6th, by entertaining 25 friends at their home. Mrs S. A. Herzog and two daugh- ters, Harriet and Bernice, of New York, are spending the summer with Mrs. Herzog's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. tI. Freyd. Miss Ruth Hearns of Portland, Oregon, is a guest of her brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nudelman. Hr. B. Marcus Priteca arrived in tmvn last Monday evening from Los Angeles, and will remain here for some time. Mrs. Sol Prottas and her two sons, George and Sam, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Prottas and Mrs. A. Levitt,, left last Sunday for Covington s at Lake Crescent, to spend a week. Mrs. S. Levitt of Portland is visit- ing her daughters, Mrs. J. B. San- ford and Mrs. E. K. Lutz. Miss Rose Feinberg entertained with a mah jongg party last Wed- nesday evening in honor of Miss Minnie Brawman of Spokane. Mrs. J. Pineus and children are spending a month in Vancouver, B. C., visiting xelatives. Mr. and Mrs. I. Polishuk are re- ceiving congratulations upon thc birth of a son last week. The engagement of Miss Louise Bensal of this city to Mr. Albert Barokas of Oakland, Cal., was re- cently announced. Miss Fh)rcnce (lolan of Chicago, ill., arrived in the city last week to spend the summer with her sister Mrs. SamuC At(on, at her home 351 26th Ave. Mr. and Mrs. J. Vinikow are re- ceiving congratulations on tin" birth of a son, last Friday, June 19th, at tim Virginia Mason Itospital. Mrs. Harry Yale IIochberg and son of I)ort'land are visiting her mother, Mrs. Anton Adler, for sevcr- al weeks. She will bc mairon of honor at the wedding of her daughter, Miss :\\;lice Adler. Mrs. B. Lustig of New Yorl<, sis- for of Mrs. A. Adler, is visiting in Seattle and will be a guest of honor at the wedding of her niece, Miss Alice Adler. PHONE ELLIOTT 5977 RAINIER ELECTRIC CO. ELECTRICAL WIRINO Motor Repairs, Fixtures, Appliances Edison Mazda Immos - Radios Everything Electrical 219 Seneca St. Seattle, Wash. JEWISH WOMEN ARE LEADERS IN THE ,, WORLD'S AFFAIRS Many of the feminine leaders of the worhl today are Jewish women," said Mrs. Florence Kahn, Congress- woman from California, bcfore more than 400 delegates to tlle Western National CounC1 of Jewish Women at the birthday banquet of the Se- attle Section in the Olympic Hotel Tuesday evening, June 23rd. Jew- ish women are playing the roles in educational, charitable and welfare movements. A gloom was cast over the conven- tion whcn the coun(.il was notified of the death in Dallas, Tex., of Mrs. A. Neuman, national chairman of the national council. The delegates, honoring her memory, stood in silence while a prayer was offered. . Addresses were made in the morn- mg session of the Convention at Temple tic Hirseh by Mrs. Btumauer, Mrs. Herman Jacobs of Tacoma, Mrs. Earl Goldberg of San Fran- cisco and formerly of Seattle, and Mrs. Estelle M. Sternberger of New York City. In the afternoon Mrs. Sternberger motored to Everett and formed a l new branch. The afternoon session was pre -i sided over by Mrs. E. R. Sugarman of Vancouver, B. C. Mrs. Arthur Brin delivered a message on peace from the national chairman and presented Mrs. George Gohlsmith of Los Angeles. At the banquet, other speakers were Nathan Eckstein, Mrs. Stern- berger and Rabbi Jonah B. Wise of Portland, Ore. The invocation was given by Rabbi Samuel Koch. The convention held in this city by the National Council of Jewish Wolnen "was very successful, and a full report will be lmblishcd in the Tr'mseript next week. Graduates (1925) U. of Wash. Degrees of Bachelor of Arts were awarded to: Selma Ads Bendetson Jack Jerome Levinson--Cum Laude Samuel Lewis Levinson. Degree of Bachelor of Science were awarded to: Leon Lewis--Cum Laude Degree of Bachelor of Fine Arts: Elsa Kaufman Levinson. Degrees of Bachelor of Business Administration: Jacob AbrahaInson Herbert A. Levison--Cum Laude Degrees of Bachelor of Law: Samuel Lewis Levinson Maurice H. Cooperman Edward Starin--honor graduate. Master's degrees were awarded: Rebecca Cooper--Master of Arts Philosophy. Melvin P. Levy--Master of Arts in English. David Nathaniel Riekles--Master of Science in Chemical Engineering. Other honors and prizes awarded were: Sophia Coyne--Gamma Phi Beta Scholarship. Charles laIorowitz--Philo Sherman Bennett essay prize in Political Science. Lawrence SeltzmThe Fraternal Order of Eagles' prize. John BIum--Commissioned Second Lieutenant of Infantry in the Officers Reserve Corps of the United States Army. The exercises were held in Meany Hall Sunday and Monday, June 14 and 15. Degrees of Pharmaceutical Chemist were awarded to: Sam Chess Lillian Clein Eva Wittenberg. Star of David Will Be Erected Over Graves New York.--The question of prol)- er Jewish markers on the graves of American Jewish sohliers who fell in France during the Worhl War was dealt with in a statcment issued to- day by Dr. Cyrus Adler, chairman of the Army and Navy Committee of the Jcwish Welfare Board. "A resolution adopted by the Sixty-eighth Congress authorized the erection of durable markers on the graves of American snldiers in lhe cemeteries in France and specifically )rovided for Slar of David markers on the graves of Ameri('an Jewish soldiers. The Jewish Welfare Board will sec lo it lhal the Mason David markers will be placed on the graves of the ,Jewish (lead," Dr. Adler de- clared. "An e(litorial in the American Israelite of June 4, and the rel)rint from the Anmrican Israelite in lhe 'Jewish Daily Bulletin' of June 8 with reference to a report by one of the correspondents ()f the Israelite that the graves of Jewish soldiers, whose remains were left in France, arc 'marked by crosses, in (he center of which there apl)ears a small Shield of David,' have been brought to my athmtion. "Let mc say that the Jewish Welfare Board has given constant attention to thc matter of markers over the graves of American Jewish soldiers. Your Best Reason for buying Electric Goods FROM An Electr!cal Dealer You receive with each purchase Value, Quality and Service. Think it over. J. J. AGUTTER & CO. "EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL" 1409 FOURTH AVE. "Between Pike and Union" CARSON HAIRDRESSING Established 1908. The old- est recognized school in the Northwest. Complete or partial courses tauglit. COLLEGE Permanent Wave)whole head. by experts. $15 or Partial Pay- ment Plan. 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A man's faith in hu- manity and divinity has been shat- tered by a series of events which leave him groping in spiritual dark- ne, ss; a woman, hcr soul torn by sus- picion, but her faith in t)rayer anti the all-perwding love of her Maker remaining unshaken, drifts into the; wilderness to hide herself from the unjust accusations of the law. In the Canadian north woods Fate draws the drifting wrecks together. Then begins a gripping combat be- tween the two forceful personalities. The climax (tomes with a herculean, brutal struggle between a brace of hulking giants for the right to love one frail woman. The author's de- scription of that fight still clings to the memory of the millions who read the original story; the scene has been transferred to the screen with startl- ing vividness. 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