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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 20 June 1919

m ma u i i .1 1 1 f i 11 X ( II M ' 1" III X v . ? EC Mi ?-Ar U H7 TTt 7 i-ima- cm m V DP. GEOPGE FOX..EDITOP V 4W -Jewish Jow?M I DR. GEORGE FOX President ) (BAM UPSHITZ Vice-President V ( LOUIS MORRIS Seo'y-Treas. I I The editor U not responsible for views) 4 expressed by contributor. Anonymous V (letter will receive no consideration. ) t Entered In the Fort Worth Postofflcel as Becond Class Mall Matter by the Hon- V I Itor Publishing Company. I VOL W! NO. 13. Price $1.50 Per Year. FORT WORTH-DALLAS. TEXAS F ' 'V JUNE 20 1919. rVS- 1 a FOREIGN and DOME S G NEWS FROM SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS 8 TAFT DENIES INTERVIEW Cincinnati June 9 1919. Editor Jewish Monitor. Dear Sir: The newspapers of June let carried an interview purporting: to have been given by lion. Wm. H. Taft on the subject of Zionism. From per- sonal knowledge it appeared to me that Mr. Taft had not been correctly reported. I therefore wrote him. I am enclosing the correspondence. Yon iwy make what use of this corres- pond...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 20 June 1919

THE JEWISH MONITOR Zion s Economic Foundation The world is seething with unrest The1 forces of revolutionary change are preparing to come to grips with the beneficiaries of things as they are. The consequences of this tug of war are bound to be disastrous es disastrous perhaps as have been the consequences of the Great War. Those who believe in ordered progress are concerned for some mode of action which will take humanity out of the eddies of Ithe two conflicting currents. The problem of national self-determination being now considered as set- tled the minds of men are being di- rected to the problem of social and economic relations. The problem of Jewish national self-determination be- ing also considered as settled the pro- tagonists of Jewish nationalism are also turning their thoughts on the so- cial and economic relations which should obtain in a Jewish common- wealth in Palestine. Since Jewish na- tionalism made its appeal to idealistic minds it is natural that these minds sh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 20 June 1919

' L t 1 J I Friday June 20 1919. homes once a week and in the base hospital too they saved neither time nor effort or expenditure. Council members had In hand the furnishing and arranging of the wel- fare hut at Khe camp and at its ded- ication end other entertainments that followed it was their pleasure to furn- ish the refreshments. A number of dances were also given for the sol- diers under the council's auspices. A lawn party which netted the handsome sum of $136 was one of Che first endeavors of the season last summer and the money was turned over in full toward the Jewish War Relief. A huge box of clothing was sent to the immigrant aid station at Ellis Island and the council has earn- ed through this deed the gratitude of hundreds of poor Immigrants detained tiiere who could neither be permitted into the state nor sent back and whose clothes were worn to the last thread. A fine number of layettes and other new garments were also sent to the Belgian relief. The council has made...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 20 June 1919

Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday June 20 1919. IFORT WORTH NEWSl NOTICE. Regular meeting of Isidor Straus Lodge No. 619 I. 0. B. B. first and third Tuesdays of each month at 8 o'clock p. m. at the Hebrew Institute. All members are urged to attend as there are always important matters to be discussed. JOSEPH WOLFFSON Prest L. F. SHANBLUM lecy. Congregational. Temple Beth-El 6th and Taylor Streets. Services Friday evening at 8 o'clock Saturday morning 11 o'clock Sunday morning 11:16. Sab- bath School Saturday morning at 9 o'clock and Sunday at 10:00. Synagogue Avatah Sholem. Friday evening services at 8 o'clock. Satur- day morning 8 o'clock. Sabbath school Saturday morning 10 o'clock. Club Notes. Miss Belle Goldberg entertained the Debutante Club last Sunday afternoon at her home on Eighth avenue. The election of officers for the new term was held which resulted thusly: Misses Estelle Shanblum president; Leona Cohen vice president; Ida Wolffson secretary; Belle Goldberg treasurer; Evely...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 20 June 1919

Friday June 20 1919. THE JEW'SH MONITOR nv WW iff 'WW WW I W I WllllHlf IHHWIIWIIH TLm winiiyi'''n'i"""";'::iiiiiiii i limn InMii nil i Stories About Our Soldier Boys in Camp and Abroad Conducted by Sol M. Wolffson Headworker Jewish Welfare Board Camp Bowie Texa. The "old guard" of Camp Bowls and a few of the overseas boys who returned with the 36th Division were present at the dinner at the Metropol- itan Hotel as the guests of the Fort Worth Branch of the Jewish Welfare Board last Sunday. It seems quite like old times to have the old boys back with us again and the bond of sym- pathetic fellowship that sprung up between our camp standbys and the boys who had just come back made things very pleasant After an enjoy able meal reminiscences were gone over and many pleasant happenings of days gone by were recalled. The boys .reluctant as a rule to talk about their "over there" experiences forgot their mantles of reserve adopted as a result of the experiences gone through on the other s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 20 June 1919

Six THE'JEWISH MONITOR Friday June 20 1919 I NEWS FROM DALLAS Everything is in readiness for the lawn fete and bazaar to be given on the night of June 25th by the Ladies of Shaareth Israel Congregation on Mrs. Klelnman's lawn at 1822 Sanger avenue. The various booths are in charge of the following ladies each of whom has Itwenty ladies assisting her. Mrs. Jake Yonack home made cakes and pastries. Mrs. Win Garonzik candies. Mrs. A. Hayman soda water. Mrs. M. Silberman cigars. Mrs. L. Michaelson flowers and pot plants. Mrs. L. Kleinman ice cream. Mrs. Philip Garonzik fishing pond. Mrs. L. B. Sachs and Mrs. J. Rosen- berg fancy work and miscelleaneous. These ladies have worked hard and long for the past several weeks and sucfcess should crown thir efforts. The admission tickets bear numbers entitling the holder to a chance at a handsome prize. A musical program and a dozen other novel attractions await ibhe guests so don't forget the time the night of June 25 and the place 1822 Sanger ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 20 June 1919

Friday June 20 1918 THE JEWISH MONITOR Serra The Jews of Central Europe By Rabbi Joseph Henry Stolz. Corsicana Texas During1 my Investigations a few years ago into the subject of Euro- pean Jewish history I found what will undoubtedly prove to the reader of this paper a number of most interest- ing facts pertaining1 to the relations of the Jews of Central Europe during the Middle Ages to their neighbors. I am certain that the points which I wish to make can best be done on the basis of the materials which I collect- ed. Jews are known to have emigrated to Central Europe as early as the fourth century of the common era. In this century when the harsh decree of the Holy Roman Emperor Constan- tino were issued Jews found a haven of refuge among the barbaric tribes of the Rhine and Oder valleys. In the course of time they settled further east and by the close of the tenth cen- tury had established themselves in all large centers of trade and com- merce. Therefore the Jew we may conclude...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 20 June 1919

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday June 20 1919. & lEDltORIALl & I THE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD AGAIN. We have heard a number of expressions regarding our editorial of last week on the Jewish Welfare Board. There Is a surpris- ing unanimity of opinion regarding our stand and that is that we are correct. We have heard nothing from the East regarding the plans for the continuation of the Board. But we know that the work if planned as outlined is going on. If those who are opposed to the permanency of the Board keep quiet the Board will certainly be made permanent; if there are any objections to this in fairness to the members of the Board they ought to be made now. We are reproducing here a letter received a few days ago. It is from one of the most prominent Jews in the Southwest; from a man who has devoted a quarter of a cen- tury or more to the welfare of the Jewish people and who has established for himself an enviable position in the counsels of the many organizations to which he has b...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 20 June 1919

Friday June 20 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Niaa NATIONAL FEDERATION of TEMPLE SISTERHOODS Charleston W. Va. Sisterhood Effi- cient. At a recent meeting of the Temple Sisterhood of Charleston W. Va. u number of important matters were considered. In response to the appeal of Rabbi Feinstein the Sisterhood vo- ted to send one hundred dollars ($100) to the Jewish War Relief Fund and fifty dollars ($50.00) to the Hebrew Union College Scholarship Fund. This is the Sisterhood's first contribution to the Scholarshrip Fund and the members hope to make it an annual contribution. The Sisterhood also pur- chased a $100 Liberty Bond. The work of the Sisterhood through out the year has been very successful the members evinfced a good deal of enthusiam. The Sisterhood as an or- ganization has taken part in all the important communal endeavors of the city and has become an integral part of both the Jewish and the communal life of Charleston. Its work in con- nection with the religious school has been ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 20 June 1919

Ten THE JEWISH MONITOR UNION of AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS Boston Mass: The third day of the 26th biennial council of the Union of the American Hebrew Congregations held at the Copley Plaza hotel in con- junction with the third biennial con- vention of the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods was prolific of many important developments. A ca- blegram was sent to President Wilson in Paru expressing indignation en- tering a solemn protest against per- secution of Hebrews in Eastern Europe and calling upon the delegates of the nations assembled in Paris "to take steps immediately to put an end ito these outrages and to insist that en- forceable provisions be made for eco- nomic civic and religious equality for all peoples and for their protection everywhere." Another important resolution adopt- ed declared that) Israel should dedicate itself not to any asuirations for the revival of a Jewish nationality or the foundation of a Jewish State but to the faithful and consistent fulf...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 20 June 1919

THE JEWISH MONITOR Elmo Of 2" Friday June 20 1919. CITATION BY PUBLICATION. The 8Ut of Teiaa.ln the Dlatrict Court Tarrant County Texaa July Term A. Xt 1919 To the Sheriff or Any Constable of Tar- rant County Greeting: Tou are hereby commanded. That t making publication of thia Citation in aom newspaper published in the Coun- ty of Tarrant four weeks previous to .me return day hereof you summon Clete . C. Ash whose residence Is unknown to appear before the Dlatrict Court to be holden In and for the County of Tarrant at the Court House thereof In the City of Fort Worth on the first Monday in July A. D. m the same being tne 7tn day of said month then and mere tw answer the petition of. Mrs. Mary L. Aeh as plaintiff tiled In said court on the 27th day of May A. D. m Clete C. Ash as defendant said suit being numbered 4H265 the nature of which demand Is as follows to-wlt: That on or about the 7th day of Octo- ber 1918 In MoUregor McClelland Cojin- ty Texas plalntllt then a single wom- an...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 20 June 1919

Twelv THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday June 13. 1919. "THE LOST BATTALION." (Continued from Page 6) will believing that he is doing wrong to his country to carry forward this present letter to the officer in charge of the battalion of ithe 77th Division with the purpose to recommend this commander to surrender with his forces as it would be quite useless to resist any more in view of the pres- ent conditions. ' "The suffering of your wounded men can be heard over here in the German lines and we are appealing to your humane sentiments to atop. A white flag shown by one of your men will tell us that you agree with these conditions. Please treat Private as an honorable man. He is quite a soldier. We envy you. THE GERMAN COMMANDING OP- . FICER." Major WhitUessey read the note and passed it over to Captain McMurtry. He read it and handed it to Captain Holderman. The three officers looked at one another and a grim smile wrinkled their features. "We are ap- pealing to your humane sentimeip to sto...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 20 June 1919

Friday June 20 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Thirteen Ballard Ice and Fuel Company WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Car Lots a Specialty Ice Capacity 360000 Pounds Daily. Factory Yard: Cor. Daggett & Lake Ave. on -Frisco Railway. THONE LAMAR 257 FORT WORTH TEXAS MEMBERS ILLINOIS CENTRAL NEW YORK SOUTHERN AND PACIFIC COAST WAREHOUSEMAN'S ASSOCIATIONS Lamar 187 BINYON-O'KEEFE FIREPROOF STORAGE CO. Ol flee and Warehouie: 7th and Calhoun FORT WORTH TEXAS Prepare for that Summer Trip As usual this exclusive. WOMAN'S SHOP is headquarters for apparel for the vacation days as well as summer time at home. TAILORED SUITS SILK SUITS AFTERNOON AND DINNER COWNS SUMMER DRESSES SILK SWEATERS BLOUSES SMOCKS SKIRTS NEGLIGEES PETTICOATS BATHING SUITS Special sales in every department afford selections of modest attire at interestingly low prices. CITATION BY PUBLICATION. The Btae of Texas In lha Pint riot Court Tarrnrt County Texaa July Term A. D. 1919. To tha Sheriff or Any Conatabla of Tar- rant County tireetln...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 20 June 1919

Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday June 20 1919. ? CITATION BY PUBLICATION. The Stote of Texas To the Sheriff or Any Constable of Tarrant County Cretins: You are hereby commanded. That by making publication of this Citation In some newspapr published In the County of Tarrant for four consecutive weeks previous to the return day hereof you summon M. C. Brock Susie Murrell and J. W. Hawkins whose residence Is un- known to be and appear before trie Jus tlce's Court of Precinct No. 1. Tarrant County Texas as a regular term thereof to be holden at my office In the City of Fort Worth on the 80th day of June. 1919 at 2 o'clock p. m It belnx the Inst Monday of June 1919 then and there to answer the suit of M. A. Fred filed In said Court on the 19th day of April 1919 aitalnst the said M. C. Brock Susie Mur- rell and J. W. Hawkins for the sum of One Hundred and Forty No One Hun- dredth Dollars besides interest costs and attorney's fees Instituted upon note and mortprnKe for $140.00 dated Octo...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 20 June 1919

Friday June 20 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR FiftMa c3 0 MARSHALL. (Continued from Page 7.) served and toasts were drunk to the bride-elect and to the absent groom after which the bride-elect toasted the friends she is to leave behind. The guests were the most intimate of Miss Bearman's friends girls whom she has associated with closely since childhood and covers were laid for Misses Ella Bearman Patricia Harrison of Alto Texas; Gussye Gold- berg Lucille Hall Elsie Bergson Rose Goldberg Frances Gross and Lillian Gold. Miss Gold was assisted in entertain- ing by her mother Mrs. M. H. Gold and sisters Bernice and Virginia. For the evening the girls were the guests of Miss Bearman at the Grand thea- ter. Miss Bearman is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Bearman. Born and reared in Marshall she has won a great many friends who rejoice with her in her happiness. She is one of Marshall's prettiest and loveliest young ladies who will be greatly miss- ed in social circles here. Mr. Kranson is...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 20 June 1919

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday Jane 20 1919. I1UB- THE JEWISH MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 211 West E'eventh St. Fort Worth Texas i 'Phone Lamar 5460 DR. GEORGE FOX....; ...EDITOR Sixteen JEWI8H CALENDAR 5679-1918 Ro8h Hashhnnnh . ...Sautrday Sept. 7 Ftist of Oedaliah Monday Sept. 9 Yom Klppur Monday Sept. 18 Sukkoth First Day.... Saturday Sept. 21 HoBhannah Kabbah Friday Sept. 27 Sh'minl Azereth Saturday Sept. 28 Slmchath Torah Sunday Sept. 29 Rosh Chodesh Chesvan. .Monday Oct. 7 Rosh Chodesh Klslev.... Tuesday Nov. 5 Chanukkah Friday Nov. 29 Rosh Chodesh Tebet.. Wednesday Dec. 4 Fast of Tebet Friday Dec. 13 5679-1919 Rosh Chodesh Shebat ..Thursday Jan. 2 Rosh Chodesh Adar.... Saturday Feb. 1 'Rosh Chodesh Ve-Adar. .Monday Mar. 8 Fast of Esther Saturday March 15 Purlm Sunday March 16 Rosh Chodesh Nissan. .Tuesday April 1 Pesach First Day Tuesday AprlllS Pesach Seventh Day ....onday April 21 Rosh Chodesh Iyyar ..Thursday May 1 Lag B'Omar Sunday May IS Rosh Chode...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 4 July 1919

i E ' DP. GEORGE YOX.DITOP VOYr JJI I DR. OEOROB FOX President ) 8AM LII'SHITZ Vice-President ( LOUIS MORRIS Becy-Treas. t VOL. VIII. NO. 14. FOREIGN and DOMESTIC REPORTS OF CONDITIONS AF- FECTING JEWS IN FORMER WAR ZONES. The Joint Distribution Committee presents .the first reports of it's com- missioners now abroad detailing the actual conditions in the countries to which they have been assigned in- cluding Poland Czecho-Slovakia Greece Turkey Roumania Syria Palestine Siberia and other countries. These reports form the initial in- stallment of the accounts which this paper will publish from time to time and the material has been compiled solely from the letters and cable-messages the commissioners have dis- patched to the Chairman of the Com- mittee. The members of the Commission in addition to their own observations have been aided by reports received by the American Relief Administra- tion which under the direction of Her- bert Hoover is distributing American food supplies. They...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 4 July 1919

Twe THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday July 4 1919. :. A CITY OF DESPAIR i By Leo Wolfson. ; Paris May 21. Jewish news which reaches Paris is bad and get- ting worse every day. It causes much concern tnuch worry lots of anxiety and efforts of all kinds and in all directions are being made to do some- thing1 effective but it seems that all is of so avail. Complete reports of the latest outrages in Vilna have been received. The information is very re- liable and is to the following effect: About four hundred Polish legion- aires arrived in Vilna by a train on April 18th. From the 19th to the 21st there were continuous street fights. Ostensibly the fights were against the Bolsheviki in fact they were directed against the Jews. Thirty-five Jewish hostages were taken including state Secretaries Rosenbaum's and Rachmil- owitz's wives. All of them were taken to Wilkomir and nothing is known or can be ascertained as to what became of them although every possible ef- fort has been made to that effect...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 4 July 1919

Friday July 4 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Tixm THEY ARE WADING IN OIL Down by the Dui uKe Know! es Annex While making the location for our No. 1 well our engineers had to wade in oil that overflowed from the Southland well on the adjoining lease. Extract from Fort Woth Star-Telelgram June 17: Stand in? on a street. cart be counted and there are scores of others that cannot be seen. There are a half dozen wells around the town that are responsible for the rush on the town. The Echols Terrell Peerless Hamilton and others of the gusher type that are near the town are the big drawing cards A string of derricks stretches from Desdemona to Gor- man and the Southland well two miles east of Gorman has started a big development there. This well gets from under control occasionally and floods the country according to op- erators who have recently visited the field. Engineers mak ing a new location near the Southland last week reported they waded in oil ankle deep for hours. No less than fifty we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 4 July 1919

Foot THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday July 4 1919. IFORT WORTH NEWSl NOTICE. Regular meeting of Isidor Straui Lodge No. 619 I. 0. B. B. first and third Tuesdays of each month at 8 o'clock p. m. at the Hebrew Institute. All members are urged to attend as there are always important matters to be discussed. JOSEPH WOLFFSON Prest L. F. SHANBLUM Secy. Congregational. Temple Beth-El 5th and Taylor Streets. Services Friday evening at 8 o'clock Saturday morning 11 o'clock Sunday morning 11:15. Sab- bath School Saturday morning at 9 o'clock and Sunday at 10:00. Synagogue Avatah Sholem. Friday evening services at 8 o'clock. Satur- day morning 8 o'clock. Sabbath school Saturday morning 10 o'clock. Isie Baum son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Baum left for New York City to spend his vacation with his aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. R. Baum of that city. Mr. Meyer Richardson who is con- nected with the Model Dry Goods Co is leaving for his vacation and will visit St. Louis Chicago and New York before he returns. Miss ...

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