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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 September 1920

A HAPPY NEW TT rTTTT a TT TT 1T I IN. I I 1 II I III The UW II II till ) AIM i ff mi R r TTT rrrrr l- I 1 1U. XWblT-i EAD1NG VOL. IX. NO. 25. i iv m i mm Minnie Reforms Herself A Rosh ha Shana Story. By Elma Ehrlich Levinger. (Copyright 1920 by Elma Ehrlich Le vinger. All rights reserved.) Feature Story for The Jewish Monitor. Minnie Rosenkranze dropped into a rocker and looked about the parloi of her little Harlem flat with red rimmed, discouraged eyes. Every thing was ready for Yomtov: the paint and the windows shone as brightly as her cherished silver can dlesticks; on the fresh white table cloth the silver and glass twinkled merrily; there was a chicken in the pot. Even the babies, two-year-old Melvin and his sister, Bessie, who had just reached the crawling age, were a joy to behold from their still damp curls to their blackened toes. But Minnie Rosenkranze, looking about her spotless parlor on that late September afternoon, was not satis fied. Perhaps she was overtired. For th...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 September 1920

Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 10, 1020., FORT WORTH MERCHANT HOME FROM RELIEF TRIP TO POLAND. L. G. Gilbert, Fort Worth merchant, member of the joint distribution com mittee for the relief of Jews in Pol and, returned Tuesday from Poland where he has been for three months. With three other committee members, Gilbert distributed $102,000 among suffering and innocent victims of war and persecution. A& 6 L. G. GILBERT The relief trip was filled with count less hardships, the members at times facing death in their efforts to reach the suffering and starving. At one time, all four were arrested and im prisoned for an alleged offense pun ishable with the extreme penalty. But their American citizenship saved them On another occasion they were impris oned at Kobrin because they had fail ed to secure the proper passoprts at Warsaw. One member of the party was held in jail a week, Gilbert and the other members being freed almost immediately. All went well with the party from Ne...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 September 1920

Friday, September. 10, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Three Bunco was played during the after noon and prizes were awarded Mrs. J. M. Rosenberg, and H. R. Hayman. Punch and candied almonds were served during the games. The honoree was presented with a , lovely bottle of Djer Kiss. Mrs. Hay man was assisted in serving by Mrs. A. Lowich, A. B. Marker, H. P. Hay man and Sander Lowich. Angel food cake and brick cream was served the following guests: Mesdames B. To bolowsky, H. P. Hayman, D. Segal, S. Levy, N. Freeman, B. Kaplan, H. Freeman, G. Hirshbaum, H. Archen hold, Irving Berkman, A. B. Marer, D. Harris, C. Harris, A. S. Haber, Sid ney Goldman, Wolfe Macht, D. Rosen berg, J. M. Rosenberg, H. Sachs, M. Hirschfelder, A. Lowich, S. Freund. Miss Libbie Fred spent several days in Fort Worth last week. Mr. Phillip Levinski is visting in Galveston and Beaumont. Mr. Julius Berkman visited in Aus- Joseph's Cafe Where Every Meal Is a FEAST DALLAS and FORT WORTH SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC FOR THE SMOKER ti...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 September 1920

Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 10, 1920. FORT WORTH NEWS NOTICE. Regular meeting of Isidor Straus Lodge No. 519, I. 0. B. B., first and third Wednesdays of each month at 8 o'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, Rosedalc 5383, or 455. Mrs. I. Dahlman of New Orleans is visiting Mrs. B. Carb. Mrs. Ben Rosenbaum left for New Orleans after visiting her aunt, Mrs. B. Carb for several weeks. Mrs. L. W. Zeve and daughter, Charlotte, from Nacogdoches, Texas, are visiting their mother, Mrs. Tillie Carb and will remain for the wedding of her sister, Naomi. Mr. Theodore Rosenthal, conductor and instructor of music at T. C. U. has returned from a four weeks' tour of Sa...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 September 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Five Friday, September 10, 1920. with our choir for some time, and de serves the patronage of all music lov ers as well as those who have heard him sing .He goes to study in New York, and this concert is to assist him in financing his Btudies. Come and en courage this young man, who has de layed his trip East in order to sing for us for the Holydays. Mrs. Ida Lansky, 65, a resident of Fort Worth for the past twenty-five years, died Monday at a local hospital. She was born in Russia, but came to the United States and to Fort Worth twenty-five years ago. Her home was at 1009 Twombly street. She is sur vived by two sons, Harry of Fort Worth, Sam of Dallas, and by two daughters, Mmes. L. Cohen and J. Bronstein, both of Fort Worth. Funer al services were held Tuesday morn ing from Undertaker Robertson's chapel. I NEWS FROM -DALLAS Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Rosenbaum and children, Daniel and Dorothy Mae, have returned from Eastern resorts. Misses Amelia Dysterbach and Re ginia...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 September 1920

Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 10, 1920. was dark. She saw some of the wom en led away a short distance, so she walked out of the line too. All those remaining at the wall were given t time to say their last words. A teacher chanted the last Jewish pray ers for the dying, and the others re peated them after him. They were then shot dead. The survivors were told their time would come on the morrow, and that they would be hanged. From the wall they were led to the prison. The women were in a separate room. The Polish guard treated them very badly, but the Governor of the prison treated thorn kindly. A gendarme came lat er and they were all led to a room, stripped naked, revolvers put to their heads, and flogged. They were then turned out of the room, naked, with their clothes in their hands, into a corridor full of soldiers, who kicked and struck them. They were then sent into another room, where they dressed and were allowed to go free. M. Abrahamovitch gave evidence that h...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 September 1920

Friday, September 16, 1626. tan JfiWtSH MoNltbft seven Additional New Year Greetings Mr. and Mm. Harrv Rniim wish to extend to you a Happy and prosperous Mew xear. Mrs. E. Kati and Son Jack wish to extend to you a Happy and Prosperous New Year. Mr. and Mm. Morris Goldnteln of 1103 Macon Street wish to extend to you a Happy and Prosperous New Year. Ben Adelberg wishes to extend to you a Happy and Prosperous New Year. Mr. and Mrs. M. Resnick wish their friends and the entire Jew ish Community a Happy and Prosper ous New Year. Mr. and Mrs. Will Garonzik and Family wish to extend to you a Happy and Prosperous New Year. Mr. and Mm. L. B. RcHenberg and Sons wish to extend to you a Happy and Prosperous New Year. Mr. and Mrs. 0. Rubin and Family wish to extend to you a Happy and Prosperous New Year. Morris Vat wishes to extend to you a Happy and prosperous New lear. Mr. Abe Arbeiter wishes .to extend to you a Happy and Prosperous New Year. Mr. and and Mrs. Louis Weitwtein Family o f 1209 8t...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 September 1920

Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 10, 1920. 1 & lEDITORIALl & I NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS AND A BOXING MATCH. We dont' suppose that what we are going to say will do much good. A pessimist, on reading this, would ask why we say it, if we did think it is useless. Our answer is that some one who reads this may profit by it or change his course of action. One never knows what fruit scattered seeds may bring forth. There may seem to be little con nection between a boxing match and Rosh Hashanah, yet in our mind and in our present mood there is much. A young friend of ours one of the best-known boxers in America, and an ardent and sincere Jew Charley White, took part in a boxing match; and since we have known him for sometime, and know him to be a splendid young man, clean, honest, frugal, and above all a boy who hon ors his parents and his faith, we went to see him box. Anybody who knows anything about rabbis, knows that a rabbi is always on the lookout for setmonic material....

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 September 1920

Friday,' September 1, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Nine a I Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Seligman wish to extend to you a Happy and prosperous New rear. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Greenberg and Family wish to extend to you a Happy and Prosperous New Year. - Mr. and Mrs. Ben Art and Son wish to extend to you a Happy and Prosperous New Year. Mr. and Mrs. B. Max Mehl wish to extend to you a Happy and Prosperous New Year. Mrs. Eva Hurwitz and Daughter, Annia wish to extend to you a Happy and prosperous Hew Year. Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Davidson and Family wish to extend to you a Happy and Prosperous New Year. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Joseph and Family wish to extend to you a Happy and Prosperous New Year. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wolffson and Family wish to extend to you a Happy and Prosperous New Year. Mr. and Mrs. L. Pandres wish to extend to you a Happy and Prosperous New Year. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Gens and Daughter wish to extend to you a Happy and Prosperous New Year. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Lesser and Family wish to extend to you...

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

Ten THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 10, 1920. H. Harris and Family wish to extend to you a Happy and Prosperous New Year. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Rosen and Family 1717 Cooper St. wish to extend to you a Happy and Prosperous New Year. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hoffman and Family, 505 South Jennings wish to extend to you a Happy and Prosperous New Year. Mr. and Mrs. Jake A. Hayman of 1804 N. Fifth St., Waco, Texas take this means of expressing to their many friends and acquaintances throughout the state their sincerest best wishes for a Happy and Pros perous New Year. Rabbi and Mrs. M. Teller of Tulsa, Oklahoma extend their wishes for a very Happy New Year to the Jewish Community of Tulsa and to the Whole House of Israel. Rabbi and Mrs. Chas. Latz, Tulsa, Oklahoma wish to extend to you a Happy and Prosperous New Year. Mr. and Mrs. L. Lehman and Family wish to extend to you a Happy and Prosperous New Year. Mr. and Mrs. M. Cohn and Family of 900 Cherry Street wish to extend to you a Happy and Pr...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 September 1920

Friday, September 10, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Eleven The Following Business Firms Wish Their Friends and Patrons a Happy New Year THE EMPRESS Casey-Swasey Cigar Co. Phone L. 7160 LADIES' READY TO WEAR WHOLESALE CIGARS Fort Wcrth'g Fastest Growing Department Store. Outfitters to Every Member of the Family Gernsbacher Bros. & Co. SAMUEL ADLER WM. CAMERON CO., Inc. QUEENSWARE JEWELER AND OPTICIAN FOUR LUMBER STORES and GLASSWARE 1008 MA,N ST' ,N F0UT W0RT" HOME STAR PRODUCE A r , MODEL DRY GOODS CO. SAM LIPSHITZ ort Worth Macaroni Co' LIPSHITZ Manufacturers 304-306 MAIN ST. HARRY BOCKSTEIN ,og ,,ark M MAX HERMAN FORT WORTH POWER MAX GILBERT CLOTHING, GENTS' FURNISHINGS EXCHANGE STATE BANK AND LIGHT CO. mj Mal S(rKl Northern Texas Traction Co. JACKSON'S FORT WORTH GAS CO. Tarrant County Traction Co. LAI),ES' READY T0 WEAR R. L. Miller, General Passenger Agent 610-12-H Houston Street. HUB FURNITURE CO SAM GILBERT Huu UKiNiiUKu, iai. GUARANTY STATE BANK outfitter for men and boys MAN...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 September 1920

Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 10, 1920. BUSINESS FIRM GREETINGS of Fort WorthContinued R. H. EMERSON & CO. ENGRAVERS PEMBERTON'S FURNITURE FOR THE HOME Seventh and Houston Streets H. H. MARKS Special Agent RESERVE INSURANCE CO. 713 New Waggoner Building SELIGMAN FOSTER & CO. ALL KINS OF INSURANCE Room 524 Texas State Bank Building LADD FURNITURE CO. 704 Houston St. Compliments of the New Year WORTH SEGAR STORE CIGARS, FOSS CANDIES Drink at our Sanitary Fountain Tenth & Main C. A. Reichenstein Schmidt Special Service Shop 509 Commerce Street National Bank of Commerce Furman, Lawrence & Harvey GENERAL INSURANCE 6th Floor Flat Iron Building H. T, Cerf, Gen, Age. PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. 910 Dan Waggoner Building Texas State Bank Carter Grocer Co. WHOLESALE GROCERIES A. W. Samuels FIRE, AUTO, LIABILITY AND BURGLAR INSURANCE 110 W. Ninth Street Field-Lippman Piano Store 500 Main Street

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 September 1920

V Friday, September 10, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Thirteen Fakes & Co. FURNITURE The Fort Worth State Bank A GUARANTY FUND BANK Marcus Bright, President. Sandegard Grocer Co. Seventeen Economy Cash Stores in Fort Worth The Wright Co. AUTOMOBILES Turner &. Dingee GROCER CO. Nineteen Cash Stores in Fort Worth. Monitor Publishing Co. PRINTERS OF QUALITY 287-289 West Tenth Street. W. T. SHAW COUNTY TREASURER mf Greetings From City Candi j& M dates to the Jews of Ml I Fort Worth J i j3 GREETINGS TO MY I WISH MY FRIENDS A HAPPY P 5 JEWISH FRIENDS NEW YEAR J S l Jjj ALBERT TANKERSLEY A. M. KEISKER -t j A For For V J City Assessor and Collector Street Commissioner 0 V i 9 8 S! i I ' $ A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL (;REET,NGS fR()M K hx MY JEWISH FRIENDS ft jj JAMES LISTON E. R. COCKRELL jj ( I City Assessor and Collector Mayor (J " f $ r u " ' ! 5j I WISH MY JEWISH FRIENDS C A HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS , it SELWYN SMITH PAUL G,LVIN I $ For r ' jj City Light Commissioner Street Commissio...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 September 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 10, 1020. ii ssssssssi mnr 1 " 1 Officers of Tarrant County Wish Their Jewish Friends a Happy New Year MRS. G. FRANK COFFEY DEAN BELL CARL SMITH DISTRICT CLERK TAX COLLECTOR SHERIFF BART MYNATT BILLY McCAIN JUDGE JESSE M. BROWN COUNTY CLERK JUSTICE OF THE PEACE DISTRICT ATTORNEY II. C. CANTRELL JUDGE BEN M TERRELL EMMETT MOORE CONSTABLE ,UDCE JUSTICE OF THE PEACE S. D. SHANNON Judge Robert Bruce Young JUDGE R. E. L. ROY COUNTY ASSESSOR JUDGE 48TII JUDICIAL DISTRICT 17TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF OF TEXAS TEXAS JUDGE GEO. E. HOSEY JUDGE HUGH SMALL JUDGE BEN M. TEPRELL JUDGE CRIMINAL DISTRICT COURT COUNTY JUDGE JUDGE 67TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF TEXAS

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 September 1920

Friday, September 10, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Fifteen The Perfect Man A Sermon for Kol Nidre. Rabbi Joseph Silverman. When I behold Thy heavens, the work of Thy fingers, the moon and the stars which Thou hast ordained, what is man that Thou rememberest him, and the son of man that Thou visitest him? "Yet hast Thou made him but lit tie lower than the angels, and hast crowned him with glory and honor; "Thou hast given him dominion over the works of Thy hands. Ev erything hast Thou placed under his feet." (Ps. VIII, 4-7.) God, man and nature are in this majestic lyric poem brought into close and proper relationship: God, the Creator, man the master, and nature, the servant Here is the per fect man, the creature God made in His image, only little less than the angels and intended to be the lord of creation, the master of all nature. Where is this perfect man, this di vine being? Is he a myth, has he been lost or has he degenerated so that his identity cannot be ascer tained T The purpo...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 September 1920

Sixteen Atonement bids us all rise. We ma) not reach the summit, perfection, but we can at least try to ascend it. The Yom Kippur is a spur to such endeav or. Its appeal to a higher mentality, purer emotions and stronger will, to self-mastery and divinity, must not fall on listless ears. With prayer and fasting and charity let us prepare ourselves for the great task of self emancipation and self-mastery. Let us gather inspiration from the mes sage, "Thou hast made man but lit tle less than the angels and hast crowned him with glory and honor.'" Amen. THE JEWISH MONITOR COMMUNITY SPIRIT DEVELOPS ABOUT SISTERHOODS. The community spirit of mutual service which realizes the ideal of the brotherhood of man, now regarded in many quarters as the final solution of the world's ills, is developing in some cities about the local sisterhoods as nucleuis. "The Sisterhood of Temple Emanu El has taken its place in the Jewish community of Denver as one of the foremost women's organizations," Mrs. J...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 September 1920

Friday, September 10, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Seventeen WE WISH OUR FRIENDS A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Harkrider-Keith-Cookc Co. WHOLESALE FRUITS AM) PRODUCE 10 T POIN T Electric Vacuum CLEANER The dixtinctive featured L The exclusive comttruc- of the HOT POINT JcJWr tkn and the GENERAL of aluminum lightneHH jFllM ELECTRIC MOTOR make it a likeable MirM insures for you a ner- ecmpanion upstair or '! mj vant lna K've down. i 'jiifllj ' Hm'ce it ENJOY BETTER LIVING All the family appreciate refreshed and dust-free home furninhings. Wive and mothers who rely on a HOTPOINT to keep the home al ways in spick and span condition join the family circle of an evening and smile meets smile. For wife and mother is no longer fatigued at the day's end, when a HOTPOINT cleaner does her work. Ask for Free Demonstration A small payment puts a HOTPOINT in your home, while the balance is being paid monthly. Fort Worth Power & Light Company 1001 COMMERCE ST. LAMAR 6390 WORDSWORTH'S ODE ON THE ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 September 1920

; Eighteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September id, 1620. curious it is to bring together a mod ern poet's dream and a parable of the ancient Talmud. The rabbis also entertained this naive and lovely fancy. The infant souls, they said, are in Paradise. And when the child is about to come to earth, an Angel strikes the infant mouth that it shall be dumb when it seeks to tell of the divine glories in Paradise above; and the mark of the angel's hand is still visible in the indentation of our upper lip. You see Wordsworth, like the Rabbis, believed in pre-existence. Others there are who think that every new soul exists by a special act of creation; and still others who maintain that the soul of a child is derived from the parental body, as the body is fashioned from the pa rental body. Whatever view we take, whether Wordsworths 'or not, we are obliged to note how closely associat ed must be our idea of the destiny of man with our belief as to his oririn. And the idea of mortality is sti...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 September 1920

Friday, September 10, 1920. human relief to religion; to Christian ity on the one hand and Judaism on , the other, central in the one and sub ordinate in the other, but real and vi tal in both of them. It is interesting to note in connection with this rela tionship, the arguments commonly adduced in behalf of immortality. They are theological; they are philos ophical or scientific ;and there is fin ally what we may call the ethical ar gument. This does not mean to say that these are proofs. They are simply analogies. They are inferences from human thought They simply show that such a belief belongs symmetri cally and properly in the order of the universe. The first great bulwark of this faith is, of course, religion. It is included in religious faith, it is supported by religious authority. You may peihaps discard this sanction. You may re ject religion. You may attach no weight or importance to religion's warrant for this great human convic tion. And I argue this matter, not simply...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 September 1920

Twenty THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 10, 1920. Fort Worth's Fastest Growing Department Store Outfitters to Every Member of the Family Are Your Boys Ready For School COME TO OUR STORE NOW AND CHOOSE FROM THIS COLLECTION OF JUST RECEIVED That will be sold at a special price. This is another special purchase and is worth more money. All the newest models and in beautiful patterns, and they will wear. That fact alone should interest every mother here just before school time. In ages 7 to 18 years. Regular $20.00 values, special at $15.00 BOYS' SUITS With one pair of lined pants; all new models and a splendid assortment of patterns in Brown, Gray, Dark Green and Fancy Cassimeres. Here is offered a Fine Dress Suit for the boys as well as an excellent wearer for school. There are two prices in this collection, and they are extraordinarily good values. Ages from 6 to 18 years. $18.50 VALUES NOW $13.85 $15.00 VALUES NOW $11.25 A Real Saving of 25 WE WISH YOU A HAPPY NEW YEAR 806 Throc...

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