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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 September 1920

I Friday, September 10, 1920. H. VEAL JEWELL & SON (H. C. Jewell & Son) 208 W. 6th. St. Fort Worth. The Rental Agemts of the City Real Estate & Fire Insurance 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. THE JEWISH MONITOR Twenty-One NIWSHCIL WITH TORIC Lenses !.. STRIPLINGS OPTICAL PARLOR MfNRySPfM OPTOMETRIST OPTlCIAtg A NICE ROOM for Rent with Jewish couple at $40.00 per month. 2001 Hurley Avenue. Take Summit Avenue Car. mm Haltom's Optical Parlor J. F. PRICHARD, Optometrist 104 W. 6th Street Lamar 876 MINNIE REFORMS HERSELF (Continued from Pane 1). heard you," she answered him bit terly. "I'm glad to work for you and the children, but this isn't any life. Com ing home tired and finding the chil dren all dirty and the house " "I do my best," she flared. "They get it dirty as...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 September 1920

Twenty-Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 10, 1920. SEPTEMBER FUR SALE May the the coming year prove a very happy one to you. COLEMAN'S MILLINERY 513 Houston SCHMIDT SPECIAL SERVICE SHOP MOTOR SPECIALIST PEP POWER ECONOMY Obtained by DOUBLE-SEAL RINGS. I SAVE YOU 30 per Cent GAS 50 per Cent OIL. All Work Guaranteed on Delivery. 509 Commerce Street, FORT WORTH, TEXAS MORE AID ASKED FOR POLISH JEWS. and the remainder to nephews and niects. CITATION BY PUBLICATION. The State of Texas, In the District Court Tar,fant County, Texas, October Term, A. D. 1920. To the Sheriff or Any Constable of Tar rant County, Greeting: ou 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 hereof, you sum mon O. Hobart Brammer, a non-resident of the State of Texas, to be and appear before the District Court, to be holden In and for the County of Tarrant at the Court House thereof, In...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 September 1920

Friday, September 10, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Twenty-Three In equity, to which he may be Justly en titled. Herein Fall Not, hut hnve you then and there, on the 8th day of October A. D. mo before said Court this Writ with your return thereon, showing how you have executed the same. Witness. Bnrt Mynatt, Clerk of ' the County Court of Tarrant County, for Civ il Case. Given under my hand and seal of said Court, In Fort Worth, this 8th day of Sep temher A. D. 1920. (Heal) BART MYNATT, Clerk of the County Court of Tarrant County, for Civil Cases, Tarrant Coun ty, Texaa. By Mary C. Rudford, Deputy. CITATION BY PUBLICATION. The State of Texas, In the District Court Tarrant County, Texaa, October Term, A. D. 1920. To the Hherlff or Any Countable of Tar rant County, Greeting: You are hereby commanded, That by making publication or this Citation In som newspaper published In the County of Tarrant four consecutive weeks prev ious to the return day hereof, you sum mon Rebecca Connelly whose re...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 September 1920

Twenty-Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 10, 1920. THEJEWISHMONITOR PUBLI8HED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 'Phont, Lamar 6460 DR. GEORGE FOX EDITOR LOUIS MORRI8 Bualneit Manager U. M. CERF Circulation Manager Officers Dr. George Fox President Sam Llpshlti Vice-President Louis Morris Secretary-Treasurer The editor Is not responsible for views ex pressed by contributors. Anonymous letters will receive no consideration. Entered In the Fort Worth Postofflce as Second CInss Mall Matter by the Mont tor Publishing Company. POGROM, TOO, IN BRESLAU. Jews as Well as the Entente Missions Attacked by Mob. Berlin: Private reports arriving from Breslau leave no doubt that yes terday's excesses were instigated by reactionary elements. At the same time it is only fair to state that the leaders of the two Nationalist Parties took no part and that their organs de plore the occurrence as much as all the other papers. It is also true that while violent demonstrations were directed again...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 September 1920

Friday, September 10, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR PROF. ALBERT EINSTEIN DIS GUSTED WITH BERLIN. Berlin. Local newspapers state that Prof. Albert Einstein will leave the German capital on account of the many unfair attacks made against his relativity theory and himself. These attacks recently took the shape of public lectures by alleged scien tists who, under the name of the "coalition of German natural philos ophers," combined to make it unpleas ant for Einstein. Nevertheless, the latter attended the first of these lectures expecting to see his theory criticized in a scientific manner. In stead, the first lecturer, Dr. Wey land, who was styled "a well-known philosopher," concentrated his at tacks mainly on Einstein's person and accused him of "businesslike booming of his theory and name," while the second lecturer, Prof. Gehrke, seemed only superficially conversant with the relativity the ory. Replying to these attacks in the Berliner Tageblatt, Einstein says he personally would not co...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 September 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 10, 1920. ed four years ago, for just life, for just enough to keep them alive and to save their children from de struction. This past year has witnessed, how ever, a marvelous achievement on the part' of American Jewry, the sending of its first relief unit overseas. The achievements of Overseas Unit No. 1 are the bright spot in the history of the year just past, so far as Europe's Jewry and Europe's sufferers of oth er creeds who were victims of the war horrors, not only for what the unit has already meant to them, but for what it promises for the year to come, with the gifts of American Jewry increased and with the send ing of additional personnel to attack the task anew. This year has brought with it also a new meaning to the relief work. The cause for which men have given their lives becomes thereby sanctified and holy; by the death in service of Pro fessor Friedlander and Rabbi Bernard Cantor the Jewish relief work as sumes, more than ever b...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 September 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 10, 1920. has a place and can make a helpful . contribution. Some more effective, some leas; some noble, and some com monplace; some for the day and some for all time, acording to what they do and what they are. The Sukkoth Festival is the culmin ating lesson of the series of holidays of the month. It addresses itself to the facts of life which we might, oth erwise, leave sordid. It widens the hor izon of our individual interests. It ap proves our vocations ajid labors not when they bring private satisfactions but when they vitalize our common humanity and make us more efficient in the work upon which they depend the weal, the peace and the joy of the community. Silverman were Ardmore visitors on Wednesday. Mr. Simon Kahn spent Wednesday in Norman, Okla. Mrs. A. Soloman and son, Mr. Har dy Sims, motored to Galveston, Texas where they will spend a few weeks. DR. MORGANSTERN IN HOUSTON Dr. Julian Morgcnstern, professor in the Hebrew Union College, ...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 September 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 10, 1920. daughter Minnie, have returned from Colorado. The many friends of Dr. Goldberg will sympathize with him in the re cent loss of his mother and brother. Mrs. Louis Pink who has been away for her health has returned home greately improved to the delight of her many friends. Mr. Berliner of Buffalo, N. Y. and Mr. Bud Fischer of New York City were in the city for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Kaufman have return ed from a visit in Dallas. Mr. Singer of Newark, N. J. is in our city and is connected with the Wolffson Cigar Co. AUSTIN Rabbi David Rosenbaum has re turned from Chicago, where he spent the summer. Little Miss Josephine Daiches of Laredo was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Koen last week. Mrs. Henry Michelson is visiting in Waco. Miss Raye Loeb has returned from a visit to New York and Connecticut. Mr. E. M. Joseph, Mr. Abe Wil liams and Mr. Morris Silver were among those who went with the Shriners to Wichita Falls last week. News has reac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 17 September 1920

I n Wl DP. GEOPGEOX.,EDTOP Vftx t - b f- - . rv-A' s7r n yy jj 1U. Wk 7- r-rrS I- I I I m - in ff N. tl VOL. IX. NO. 25. FORT WORTH-DALLAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1920. Price Five Cents SIR STUART SAMUEL'S OFFICIAL REPORT deserves to be repudiated. It would lead very far if all persons who at any time have been employed in Sec " H were to be entitled for the rest iftj to describe themselves as Hi. a-Boyal Danish Lega- Sir Stuart Samuel's Official Report on the Outrages Committed CaTjudgeiwr ahentic" " ' Against tne jews in roiana-'-ruii lext with extracts from the Supplcmentry Report by Captain Peter Wright (Continued from Last Issue) (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 re interested in knowing and spread ing the truth about the treatment of the Jews in Poland. The British gov ernment has delayed the publication of this report for about six ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 17 September 1920

Page Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 17, 1920. A Sabbath Evening With a Chasidic Rabbi By Leo Wolfson. (Copyright, 1920, by I. J. P. B.) The arrival in New York of Rabbi Elimelech Horowitz, the "Mieletzer rabbi," of the well-known Rapshitzer rabbinical family, was heralded far and wide. TLs ntropolitan and Jew ish dailies chronicled the event and gave much space to the details of his enthusiastic reception. Indeed, he was received by his many "Chasidim" and they must be numbered by the thousands, in a manner which leaves no doubt as to their sentiments and reverence. In the morning when he landed from the steamer, he was greeted by thousands of people, and in an imposing procession of hundreds of automobiles, he was conducted with much pomp and glory through throng ed streets to the Mieletzer Synagogue on the East Side and thence to the residence which his followers fitted up for him a small house in Avenue D. Throughout the entire week he was the principal topic of discuss...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 17 September 1920

Friday, September 17, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Three voice, and closely watched every move 'ment of the Rabbi'i hands and face. To everyone in that large room, that chant brought back memories cher ished old memories of Sabbaths spent at the Friday evening tables of the Rabbis in Eastern Europe, many, many years ago. To my mind it brought back reminiscences of the rabbis I have known and at whose hospitable tables I have spent many . a Friday evening. I recalled the can dle lit rooms, the dim and mystic air that prevailed there, the chants and songs, at the beginning plaintive and sorrowful reflecting the pain and sorrow of European Jewish life, and then, as the wine flowed bountifully and the evening went on, the gradual change: feelings of joy and gladness, songs of happiness and merriment, a joyous spirit taking hold of the guests. And the joy was not mere ma terial, gross joy, but there was some thing of heaven itself in it. Involun- Joseph's Cafe Where Every Meal Is a FEAS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 17 September 1920

Page Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 17, 1920. IFORT 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 School Saturday morning, 10 o'clock. Plense Phone News Items to Lamar 6460, Rosedale 5383, or 455. Herbert A. Shapiro of New York is visiting his sister here, Mrs. H. H. Klcinman. There will be a meeting of the Mir iam Club at the home of Mrs. Louis Morris, Sunday, September 19th, at 3 o'clock. All members are requested to be present. FRANCES NEUMEGEN, Secretary. Mr. and Mrs. W. Kipper announce the arrival of a baby girl. Do not forget to attend the dance Sunday night, September 19th at the Hebrew Institute. W. V. Lyons...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 17 September 1920

Friday, September 17, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Five ents, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Levine. Among the large number of stu dents leaving for Austin next week to enter the University are the fol lowing Jewish students: Miss Gladys Samuels; Messrs. Hey man Jarrett Miss Beatrice Schlcsinger of New York City is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Elsas and Miss Lucille Frier for a few days. John Cohen of Gainesville is in Dallas to attend the services of Tem ple Emanu-El during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Duve Elsas and son, Robert, have returned from a two months' stay in California. Miss Lucille Frier has just returned from an extended trip through Cana da, Washington and California. Mrs. Sam B. Mittenthal and chil dren have returned from a three months'trip to California. Mrs. Paline Marcus has returned from California where she spent the summer. Rudolph Liebman returned Friday from New York. Roy Goldstein of New York is in the city. Mr. and Mrs. George Coon ami family have returned from New Yo...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 17 September 1920

Page Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 17, 1920. In the Jewish Field of Labor A Workmen's Convention Concerning Immigration The Strike of the Furriers' A Strike of a Half Year Finally Settled. By Elias Lieberman. (Copyright, 1920, by I. J. P. B.) The question of immigration is now the topic of the day among all the Unions. Conditions in Europe are such that at the first opportunity thousands will flee. They will seek refuge from that monster, hunger. They will run from those cities and towns which re mind them of pain, sorrow, massacres, and similar tortures. And, as usual, America will be the haven. How best to face these throngs of immigrants is of interest to each and every Jewish labor union. The prob lem of Jewish immigration is really the problem of all Jews. But the lab orers must take particular Interest for two reasons: First, that the majority of immigrants will seek work and therefore come in contact with labor, and secondly .because employers will take advantage o...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 17 September 1920

Friday, September 17, 1020. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Severt of the parties can boast of a 100 per cent victory, and both ask themselves: Why couldn't the settlement have been made before? This strike ought t oserve as a warn ing to our industrial trades in similar conflicts. t SAN ANTONIO. Miss.Doia Karotkin entertained with a bunco party the early part of the week in her home - in Arsenal Street in honor of her sister, Miss Ethel Karotkin, bride-elect A deli cious six-course luncheon was served. The guests included Miss Karotkin, the honoree and Misses Leah and Eth el Sachs, JTay Wise, Rose Blackmon, Celia Tobias, Sarah Lubel, Dora Zins berg, Lillie Rosenberg, Frieda and Lillie Zurinsky, Pearl Zurinsky, Ida Schapiro, Delia and Basela Chrystal, of Chicago, Leona Westheimer of Houston and Hose Stein of Houston. Another pretty affair of which Miss Ethel Karotkin was the honoree was a card and bunco party in the pink room of the Gunter Hotel Mon day afternoon with Mrs. Earl Rocusin as h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 17 September 1920

Page Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 17, 1920. A U it? irv t nn r in t a t THE BIBLE IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. With the beginning of the public schools an agitation is be ing started in certain quarters, asking that the Bible be read in the public schools. The cry has been raised by church organiza tions, and the arguments for the introduction of the Bible are the same as those usually cited. As an example of this propaganda, we herewith reprint a set of res olutions adopted by an organiza tion of women in Marshall, Tex as. It is similar to those adopt ed by other organizations inter ested in the movement: "Whereas, one of the good re sults of the war being a revival of interest in the Book of Books with intensified dependence up on God and His Word; There fore, be it Resolved 1st. That we approve with deep appreciation the action of many of the schools, colleges and uni versities which are giving prom inence to the Bible by including it in their curriculums, and by counting...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 17 September 1920

Friday. September 17, 1920. Jesus, information that is misin formation, which would be ped dled every time some New Testa ment passage.would be read. We don't want theeacher who hap pens to be also a Baptist Sunday school teacher, interpreting for a Methodist child, certain pas sages about which these two sects disagree it is wrong and out of place in the public schools. We have no hesitancy in say ing that Bible-readings un-American. If it were originally Am erican, the Bible would have been in the Constitution and in the Declaration of Independence don't forget that. There is so much to do in the public schools, so much to stress, so much to THE JEWISH MONITOR learn, that it ill behooves us to introduce elements of discord. It is union and harmony we want constructive Americanism ; not prejudice, bigotry, d if ferences, and elements destructive of Am, erican Ideals and Hopes. MAYOR HYLAN APPOINTS ABEL. MAN. Mayor John F. Hylan .through Commissioner Bird S. Colcr, Depart ment of Pu...

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

Page Ten HAPPINESS. Dreaming dreams of joys that lie on yonder shore. Trusting good supremely, but Gor forevermore. Learning life is kindly and our dominion great To stem the tide of sorrow or change the mood of fate. Rose Strauss. JEWISH SABBATH ALLIANCE OF AMERICA Active in Campaign with Wet Wash Laundrymen of Brownsville and Baker Drivers of the Bronx for Sabbath Observance. The Jewish Sabbath Alliance of America, better known as the Agudath Am Israel and Tomchai Shabbes, with national offices at 110 Fifth Avenue, New York City, are now waging an active campaign for Sabbath Observ ance among the Wet Wash Laundry men of Brownsville, and the Baker Drivers of the Bronx. With the Wet Wash Laundrmen, the fight is almost finished. Of the twelve laundry establishment in Brownsville, seven have already sign ed a pledge to close their business from Friday sundown to Saturday ap pearance of stars. It is expected that the others will meet the committee of the Alliance the coming week and si...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 17 September 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Eleven Friday, September 17, 1920. HOW TO BECOME A BLESSING. (Continued from Page 7). while tarrying under one'i roof. When the rabbis maintained that God is present in a hospitable home, they poke more literally than figuratively Nothing gives us such a pleasant fore taste of our heavenly abode than a hospitable home. Whenever we ente one we are under the Impression that its walls enclose a small nook of Heaven. Or take f. 1. one of those minor Jewish customs the observance of which would mean so much to us, that prohibits the spreading of evil tidings and unpleasant news. What wonderful improvement would we un dergo, were we to select as our topic of conversation the good, the positive, the bright aspects of life, and think and speak of its seamy side as little as possible, not by choice, but necessi ty. And so we need not sigh for great wealth in order that we become a blessing to mankind through our pub lic beneficence, nor do we have to covet the creativ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 17 September 1920

Page Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 17, 1926. SIR STUART SAMUEL'S OFFICIAL REPORT. (Continued from Page 1). bribe these men were released. In one town, Bobrojuisk, Jews were taken from the Synagogue on the Day of Atonement and forced to remove dung from the military stables and streets. Even old men were forced to do this work. At Lemberg Jews were taken for forced labor at any time of the night. In order to avoid this the Jew ish Relief Committee undertook to provide laborers. They paid nearly three million crowns in bribery, but Jews were still taken and sent back, as there was no work for them to do, thought at that same time still more Jews were being taken in the streets for forced labor. Unfortunately their distinctive dress and mien, and their practice of cutting the beard, in accordance with the Biblical precept, render them easy butts for hooligan humor. My atten tion was directed to numerous cases of Jews being assaulted and robbed in railway trains, and their...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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