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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 27 August 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Thirteen Friday, August 27, 1920. H. VEAL JEWELL & SON (H. C. Jewell & Son) The Rental Agents of the City Real Estate & Fire Insurance . Every National Bank in Fort Worth is Represented on Our Directory Board. BRANTLEY DRAUGHON BUSINESS COLLEGE Phone Lamar 1307 If Busy Lamar 868. The South's Greatest Business, Shorthand and Telepgraph School. 6th & Main St. Fort Worth, Texas. Taints and Varnishes Lower Prices. FINK & COMPANY 112 Main St. Fort Worth CHEEK'S CAKE SHOP Formerly Standard Bakery Our Specialty: Cakes of the "Different Taste." Between City Hall and P. 0. on Jen nings. Phone Lamar 2476 Cream Pastry. have executed the unit, Witness, Mrs. U. Frank Coffey, Clerk of the District Court of Tarrant County. Given under my .hand and Real of said Court In Kort Worth, this 24th day of August, A. 1. 1920. (Heal) MKS. O. FRANK COFFEY, Clerk District Court, Tarrant County, Texas, by U. 8. Williams,' Deputy. CITATION BY PUBLICATION. The Btate of Texa...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 27 August 1920

Fourteen District 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 September A. D. 1920, the same being the 6th day of said month, then and there to answer the pe tition of Clysty Oldfleld Romlnger as plaintiff, filed in said Court, on the 29th day of July A. D. 1920, against James Ro mlnger as defendant, said suit being num bered 63665, the nature of which demand is as follows, to-wit: Plaintiff sued defendant herein for di vorce upon the grounds of cruel treat ment and alleging that defendant was guilty of adultery with a woman by name of Vade Mead well; for abandonement and non-support; for costs of suit, etc. Herein Fall Not, but have you then and there befor said Court, this Writ, with your return thereon, showing how you have executed the same. Witness, Mrs. G. Frank Coffey, Clerk of the District Court of Tarrant Gounty. Given under my hand and seal of said Court In Fort Worth, this 30th day of ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 27 August 1920

Tria'ay, August 27 i92d; THE JEWISH MONITOR Fifteen day of said month, theh and ther id ari wer the petition of Cora Bailllo ai plain tiff, filed in said Court, on the 2nd day of July A. D. 1920, against Carl Bailllo aa defendant, aald ault being numbered 63, 869, the nature of which demand la aa follows, to-wit: Plaintiff aues defendant herein for di vorce upon the grounds of harsh, cruel and tyrannical treatment; abandonment and non-support; for the care and cus tody of their minor child; for costs of suit &hq general relief, etc. Herein Fall Not, hut have you then ana there before said Court, this Writ, with your return thereon, showing how you have executed the same. , Witness, Mrs. O. Frank Coffey, Clerk of the District Court of Tarrant County, Given under my hand and seal of said Court In Fort Worth, this 4th day Of Au gust A. D. 1920, (Seal) MRS. 0. FRANK COFFEf, Clerk District Court, Tarrant County, Texas. By D. T. fciwlnt. Deputy. 6ITATI6N BY PUBLICATION. f be State Of ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 27 August 1920

Sixteen THEJEWISHMONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. . 'Phone, Lamar 5460 DR. GEORGE FOX EDITOR LOU 1 8 MORRIS Builneti Manager U. M. CERF Circulation Manager Officers Dr. George Fox President Sam Llpohlts Vice-President Louis Morris Secretary-Treasurer The editor Is not responsible for views ex- ressed by contributors. Anonymous etters will receive no consideration. Entered In the Fort Worth Postofflce as Second Class Mall Matter by the Moni tor Publishing Company. THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, August 27, 1920. ADDITIONAL FORT WORTH NEWS ITEMS. Mrs. S. Saikin is enjoying a two weeks' stay in Mineral Wells. The following motored to Mineral Wells Friday: Misses Mayme Potish man, Gertrude and Mae Goldstein, Messrs. Harry Irving, Jack Feldman, Springfield, Mass., and Mitchell Greenvall. Mrs. H. F. Lubin entertained a few of her friends at her spacious home on Pennsylvania avenue, at which time those present formed a club to meet weekly. Bridge was the diver sion of the ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 3 September 1920

it The E 11 I II: 'Li i VOLUME IX. NO. 24. FORT WORTH-DALLAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1920. Price Fire Cents (The report of Sir Stuart Samuel, owing to the responsible character of the Mission which he headed, and of the Government which it represented, has been eagerly awaited by all who are interested in knowing and spread ing the truth about the treatment of the Jews in Poland. The British gov eminent has delayed the publication of this report for about six months, and on its final presentation to Parlia ment it elicited a lively and memor able debate. Sir Sturat's report is ac companied by a supplementary one from Captain Peter Wright, Assistant to Sir Stuart, which, owing to lack of space, is here printed in extract only.) SIR. STUART SAMUEL'S OFFICIAL REPORT Sir Stuart Samuel's Official Report on the Outrages Committed Against the Jews in Poland Full Text with Extracts from the Supplementry Report by Captain Peter Wright The Boycotting of Jew In time of scarcity essential article...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 3 September 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 3, 1920. FOREIGN and DOMESTIC NEWS FROM SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS Two BOLSHEVISM AND THE GERMAN NEWS. Man and His Ideas The Three So cialist Parties of Germany Israel is the Symbol of Money Interviews with the Bolshevikl Trotsky, Axel roda and Kopp on the Jewish Prob lem Protests by the German Jews. By Dr. Israel Taubes, Berlin. (Copyright, 1920, by I. J. P. B.) . What is man without an ideal, with out self-reverence ,and without a defi nite aim in life? As an idea strikes him, it works its way up to his reason and dwells there until it becomes a part of his natural logic. This idea then takes the upper hand and kindles the fire of will, the strength of man. No, not only the thinker, the poet, or the artist is the father of great ideas; not only the spirit or internal beauty produce this in a person. Life itself does it. Time has its own great influ ence on man and his deeds. The great phenomena of the time stirs his soul. Though the idea may be as ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 3 September 1920

Friday, September 8, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Three ed the British Government for hav ing sent one of ita best Jews and Englishmen. The Greek Minister in Jerusalem while visiting Haifa, urged the Christians to live in peace and har mony with the Jews, and to emulate their industry and tenacity in order to. improve their position. An international Medical Society consisting of 24 Jews and 12 non Jews has been organized in Jaffa to consider scientific and professional matters. Five hundred and eighty-five stu dents attend the ten Hebrew Even ing Schools where arithmetic, history reading, writing and conversational Hebrew are taught. Some of the schools are attended by young boys and girls who had to leave school early and go to work, but a great Joseph's Cafe Where Every Meal Is a FEAST DALLAS and FORT WORTH 5O000O0O000O000O0C FOR THE SMOKER number of adults, especially women, are enrolled. A tract of about 3000 yards was purchased by the Vaad of Tel Aviv for the construction of a mod...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 3 September 1920

Four i THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 3, 1920. iFORT WORTH NEWSl " NOTICE. Regular meeting of Isidor Straus Lodge No. 519, I. 0. B. B., first and third Wednesdays of each month at 8 'clock p. m. at the Hebrew Institute. MEYER MEHL, President. E. L. GILBERT, Secretary. Congregational. Temple Beth-El at Hebrew Institute. Services Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Synagogue Ahavath Sholem: Fri day evening services at 8 o'clock. Sat urday morning at 8 o'clock. Sabbath Scheol Saturday morning, 10 o'clock. Please Phone News Items to Lamar 5460, Rosedale 5383, or 455. Phone or mail your New Year Greetings to the Monitor without de lay. All greetings will appear in next week's Monitor. Miss Stella E. Tapurt, who has been the honored guest of her Bister, Mrs. I. E. Harwitz at 3037 Lipscomb street, will leave Tuesday, September 7th for her home in Cleveland, Ohio. Her many friends will be sorry to see her leave. Mr. and Mrs. H. Brodky of Hender son street, have returned from a two months' vi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 3 September 1920

Friday, September 8, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Piv NEWS FROM DALLAS I AN OVERSTOCK OTTO ELECTRIC CO. OF Phone or mail your New Year Greetings to the Monitor without de lay. All greetings will appear in next week's Monitor. Mrs. Marie Lawrence announces the marriage of her son, Leon, to Miss Ida Sims of Kansas City, Mo. The couple left for an extended trip to St. Louis, Chicago, Detroit, Mich., and New York. They will return about the 1st of October. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence will make their home in San Antonio nd for awhile will stay at Hotel Gun ter. Miss Frances Lawrence who is visiting in San Antonio is spending a very pleasant time with friends. She will return about the 15th of Septem ber. Mrs. Marie Lawrence and daugh' ter Frances are spending a few weeks with friends in San Antonio. Mrs. N. Yonack and children have returned from a very pleasant visit with her parents, Mr.' and Mrs. H. Cwengel of Denison, Texas. Mr. Joe Ablon and daughter, Miss Mary and Mrs. A. Rubenstein and littl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 3 September 1920

Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 3, 1920. What Does the Jew Owe to Judaism ?., A Sermon for Erev Rosh Hashanah. Published and Distributed by the Tract Commissioin, 62 Duttenhofer Build ing, Cincinnati, Ohio. Price 25c. Rabbi G. George Fox. I recently attended a gathering of prominent Jews of a certain section of the country. Men who had made a success of their lives were there, all interested in the matters to be discuss ed. At one table sat an old gentle man, and near him a younger man. Upon inquiry I found that the older man was the father of the younger. But the younger man looked upon his father with such beaming admiration with such deference and respect, that judging by the standards of these times, one would hardly have thought that the gentleman towards whom this young man was so deferential was his father. Of course, the first impression should have been just the opposite. If we were correctly trained, the very fact that we regarded a certain elder with wholesome re...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 3 September 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Seven FridaV, September 8, 1020, beastly existence what do we aa Jews - owe it? First, we owe it the will to believe in its worth as a builder of character, and in its value as a God-given body of precepts, traditions, and practices, for the preservation and upbuilding of human society. No one can doubt the value of Jewish ethical precept in the solution of the belief that the applica tion of its prophetic ideals will pre serve and upbuild mankind. Secondly: We owe to Judaism the will to act according to its prescrip tions. Jews must not violate the ethi cal essentials of everyday life; all men should not Jews must not, vio late them. We owe it to our faith to practice the homely virtues exalted by our teachers, prophets and rabbis. No Jew worthy of the name can be loyal to his faith, and can at the same time transgress these rules of conduct which are the essence of right and considerate living. No Jew can be un just, unrighteous, immoral, unmerci ful, inconsider...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 3 September 1920

Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 8, 1020. & EDITORIAL COL. HARRY CUTLER. A dispatch from London brings the news that Colonel Harry Cutler is dead. No par ticulars are stated, but since the Colonel recently suffered a stroke of paralysis, it is assum ed that he died from the same cause. Col. Cutler had gone to Europe on a mission from the War Department, to locate the graves of the Jewish boys who fell in the late war, and to mark them with a Mogen David. Need less to say that American Ju daism mourns the loss of this worker he was only about forty-five when he died. Harry Cutler was a remark able character and when we say remarkable, we do not mean that he was fautless. He was perhaps, the finest type of the Russian Jewish emigrant, who coming to these free shores finds not only that freedom for which he yearned, but finds with it wealth, fame and station. Arriving in America a youth of seventeen, Cutler went to work in a New England mill. He received the magnificent s...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 3 September 1920

Friday, September 8, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Nine To Known and to Proclaim A Sermon for Rosh Hashanah Morn-ins. (Published and Distributed by The Tract Commission, 62 Duttenhofer Building:, Cincinnati, Ohio. Price 25c.) Rabbi Solomon B. Freehof. Text: That every created thing may know that Thou hast created it, and all the living proclaim: "The Lord of Israel Ruleth." From the Tefillah of Rosh Hashanah. Thought: It is our task on this day to learn how to be conscious, with mind and heart, of our divine origin, so that we may achieve a largeness of vision, an impulse to holiness, and the courage of our religious convic tions. From the beginning of our history, religion has been our central inter est Students and dreamers in Israel have written books and composed poems on the nature of God, the du ties of man, the pathway of life, and the hope for the future. The energy which other peoples have put into state buildings and war making, we have expended on the solution of the problems ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 3 September 1920

Ten SIR STUART SAMUEL'S OFFICIAL REPORT. (Continued from Page 1). men to one for the reduction of the Jewish population as a whole. This proposition is fraught with a danger not confined to the Jews; it is a dan ger to the State. To render the condi tions of life so intolerably to the Jew as to force him to leave his native country, has ever been followed by disastrous consequences to the coun try, where this form of persecution has been assayed; whereas in every country, where the Jew has been granted an effective citizenship he has proved himself a mainstay of law and order. The Jew has usually so much to lose through the consequences of disorder that he ranges himself in stinctively on the side of good govern ment. It is for the Poles to choose whether they will follow the example of Great Britain, the United States of America, France, Holland, Italy and the other liberal-minded States which have treated the Jews equitably, or link their fate with ancient Egypt, mediaeval Spain a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 3 September 1920

Friday, September 3, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Eleven statements that by the acceptance of these tenets most of the Polish Jews would but compass their own destruc tion. In conclusion, I desire to point out that, if the social boycott were suc cessful in securing a large emigration of Jews, it would result in a very large decrease in the productive powers of Poland. As the future of the Republic depends largely upon its exports ex ceeds its imports the future of the State itself might be imperilled. The Polish government would be well ad vised in its own interests that to take immediate and active measures to bring this unsatisfactory condition of affairs to a speedy end, would be act ing in the best interests of the people committed to its charge. The Outrages. I now propose to report upon the result of my investigation into the excesses perpetrated in the towns I visited in the order they occurred. Be fore doing so I would like to remark that as statements that the Jews were enemie...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 3 September 1920

Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 3, 1920. stated it was untrue, then the soldier said he would take 150 roubles to let them go, there being six of them in Gottlieb's room, and eventually he consented to take 50 roubles. He then found two pocket books and took 500 roubles and 600 roubles respectively from them. He then said: "You are free." He accompanied Feinstein along the street and he arrived home at 4 a. m. (To be continued.) TO KNOW AND TO PROCLAIM. (Continued from Page 9). didness of motive, will disappear in a fervor of aspiring emulation. In this way our New Year delves for us down to the very basis of religion when it calls upon men to feel in their hearts that God has created them, that even in the pettiest moments eternity is looking on with all-seeing eyes. A larger vision comes to the mind, selfishness turns into kindness, impatience becomes brotherly toler ance, all of life deepens and broadens out, when man, the created of God, feels the presence of his Cre...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 3 September 1920

Friday, September 3, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Thirteen H. VEAL JEWELL & SON (H. G. Jewell & Son) 208 W. 6th. St. Fort Worth. The Rental Agvnta of the City Real Estate & Fire Insurance Paints and Varnishes Lower Prices. FINK & COMPANY 112 Main St. Fort Worth CHEEK'S CAKE SHOP Formerly Standard Bakery Our Specialty: Cakes of the "Different Taste." Between City Hall and P. 0. on Jen nings. Phone Lamar 2476 Cream Pastry. SIS STRIPLINGS OPTICAL PARLM HtWRySPtm QPTOHETinSTOPTlCIA learned to know who is the true "Rofe Holim," the healer of the sick; and if you have become convinced that in all this changing uncertain world, where riches vanish, strength disappears, the young become old, and the old de part, that in all this world of change there is One at least who is "Mekay em Emunoso," fulfilling His promise of eternal life to those who Bleep and to those who wake, then speak out your faith unafraid, turn from shame faced apology to staunch affirmation. Let men know throu...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 3 September 1920

Fourteen PALESTINE. Mrs. M. Grossman is visiting her two daughters in Dallas, and will spend the holydays with another daughter in Fort Worth. Mrs. Ben London is spending the summer in Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hart and chil dren are home from Eagle Lake, where Mrs. Hart spent the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nath an. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Pearlstone are home from Colorado after an ab sence of two months. Mr. and Mrs. H. Horwitz and chil dren are spending the summer in Cal ifornia and Colorado. Miss Lillian Chotiner is home after a three months' visit in Houston. She was accompanied by her cousin, Miss Reginia Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lucas are home after spending a couple of weeks in Houston and Galveston. Max Chontiner is home, after a two months' stay in Colorado and Colo rado. Sam D. Brooks spent the week end in San Antonio, where he went in the interest of his new store there, "The Fashion." Regular services will again begin September 12 at Temple Beth Israel, Rabbi S....

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 3 September 1920

Friday, September 3, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Fifteen The L 107,000 Palestine education budget which included evening class es, workshops, and other cultural ac tivities for the year 1920 'for 12,000 pupils, has been increased to L 233, 735 (about $1,165,000) for 1921. It provides for 15,000 children and al lows for the University Library, gen eral cultural work, and the education of immigrants immigration being estimated for the coming year at 50 per cent of the present population. CITATION BY PUBLICATION. The State of Texus.ln the District Court Tarrant County, Texas, October Term, A. D. 1920. To the Hherlff or Any CoiiMtahle of Tar rant County, Greeting: You are hereby commanded, That by making publication of thin Citation In some newspaper published In the County of Tarrant four connective week prev ious to the return day hereof, you sum mon Kebecca Connelly whoae residence la unknown, to be and appear before the District Court to be holden In and for the County of Tarrant, at t...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 3 September 1920

Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR . Friday, September 8, 1920. THEJEWISH MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 'Phone, Lamir 6460 DR. GEORGE FOX EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS Business Manager U. M. CERF Circulation Manager Offlceri Dr. George Pox President Sam Llpshiti . .Vice-President Louis Morris Secretary-Treasurer The editor Is not responsible for views ex- iressed by contributors. Anonymous etters will receive no consideration. Entered In the Fort Worth Postofflce as Second Class Mail Matter by the Moni tor Publishing Company. A NICE ROOM for Rent with Jewish couple at $40.00 per month. 2001 Hurley Avenue. Take Summit Avenue Car. CITATION BY PUBLICATION. The State of Texas, In the District Court Tarrant County, Texas, October Term, A. D. 1920. To the Sheriff or Any Constable of Tar rant County, Greeting;: You are hereby commanded. That by making publication of this Citation In some newspaper published In the County of Tarrant four consecutive weeks prev ious to the return day ...

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