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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 17 September 1920

Friday, September 17, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Thirteen H. VEAL JEWELL & SON (H. C. Jewell & Son) 208 W. 6th.- St. Fort Worth. The Rental A (rents 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. I). LEVA Wholesale anil Retail Produce, Poultry and Butter A Schochet Kills Our Chick- ens. 0 MWSMCLL WITH TORIC Lenses W VM I limit STRIPLINGS OPTICAL PARLOR HE Ml SPf DPTONtTRISUCPTlCIAN A NICE ROOM for Rent with Jewish couple at $40.00 per month. 2001 Hurley Avenue. Take Summit Avenue Car. Haltom's Optical Parlor J. F. PR1CIIARD, Optometrist 104 W. 6th Street Lamar 876 assist Jews wishing to emirate from Poland by providing facilities to pro ceed to countries such as Palestine, Canada, South Africa, Algeria and South America, or any other c...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 17 September 1920

Page Fourteen DR. HERTZ OF VIENNA THE JEWISH MONITOR Himself Blind, Can Make Other Blind People to Read. Dr. Marx Hertz, of Vienna, who last month came to New York on the invi tation of many organizations interest ed in the welfare of the blind, brought him a new invention, the result of his - own ingenuity and labor which makes it possible for the blind to "see" with their ears. The invention is based on the electric sound system and affords the unfortunate ones who have been deprived of sight to read sound in stead of letters. The reader for the blind is a sort of phonograph record which reproduces sounds, each of which represents a letter in the alpha bet. It takes about two weeks to mas ter the new system. At the present time the blind are taught to read by means of the touch system. In this system the impres sion of type is made in relief on coarse texture paper; the blind pass their fin gers over the impression and are thus able to read. This method of reading is extremely dif...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 17 September 1920

Friday, September 17, 1920. and direct, of the following described real estate, l7th Interest, belonging to the estate of suid wards; this property being part of the community estate of Oliver T .Maxwell, deceased, Elizabeth . Maxwell, and Tom Maxwell have a J14th Interest In said 80 acres, making both minors having a l7th Interest In said land ;same being described as fol lows, to-wit: 80 acres of land described as follows: All that certain lot, tract or parcel of land situated and lying In the County of hastlnnd and State of Texas, and known as the 8 1-2 of the 8W. 1-4 of Section No. 67, In Block No. 3, as surveyed by the H. & T. C. KV. Co. In Eastland Coun follow a"d arllcularly described as Beginning at a stake, the 8W C. of this section and NW. C. of Section No. 66 from which a 1'. O. 10 In. Vrs. 8. 70 K." 10-16 Vrs. do 7 In. Vrs. N. 60 W. 9 Vrs.: Thence N. O. SO K. 475 Vrs. to the N. W. C. of this tract; Thence 8. 89 1-2 K. 950 Vrs. to the N. K. C. of this tract; In South ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 17 September 1920

Page Sixteen THEJEWISHMONITOR PUBLI8HED WEEKLY BY ' THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 'Phone, Lamar 6460 DR. GEORGE FOX EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS ButlneM Manager U. M. CERF Circulation Manager Officers Dr. Georpre Fox President Sam Llpshlta Vice-President Louis Morris Secretary-Treasurer The editor Is not responsible for views ex- f tressed by contributors. Anonymous etters will receive no consideration. Entered In the Fort Worth Postofflce as Second Class Mall Matter by the Mont tor Publishing; Company. THE JEWISH MONITOR JEWI8H CALENDAR 5681-1920 New Year's Eve Sun., Sept. 12 Yom Kippur Wed., Sept. 22 Huccoth (KlrsTTJay) ....Mon., Sept. 27 Succoth (Uist Day Shlmlnl- Atiereth) Mon., Oct. 4 HlmchBtch Torah Tues., Oct. 5 Kosch-Chodesch Chesvan Wed., Oct. IS llosch-Chodesoh Klslev ..Krl., Nov. 12 Chanukah (Feast of Dedica tion ..) Mon., Dec. 6 Roseh-Chodosch Tebeth. .Sun., ..Dec. 12 Fast of Tebeth Tuts., Dec. 21 6681- 1921 RoHch-Chodesch Shebat Mon., Jan. 10 Kosch-Chodesch Adar Wed., Feb. 9 Kosch-...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 24 September 1920

11 ' The a mm a m m m m mm DP. CEQPCjE 0. - A JLi. - n mi i dim I it Y 11 TDX..EDITOP LEADING JEWISH JOUPNA. ZTTfe GPEAT SOUTHWES VOL. X. NO. 1. FORT WORTH-DALLAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1920. Price Five Cents f In the Middle Ages, when a plague, usually the result of bad sanitation, decimates the countryside, the cry arose that the Jews had poisoned the wells, and a massacre followed. It is probable that the persons who made these charges were subjectly honest, but fanaticism had robbed them of their reasoning powers. We have no doubt that the author of the strange articles which have lately appeared In the "Morning Post" on the cause of world unrest is perfectly honest. He has only, we believe, sought the ex planation of our troubles in a wrong quarter. The cause lies, we think, rath er in the unchristian spirit that has governed the world for the last three centuries than in any Jewish or Ma sonic plots. However, he has thought differently, and has given to the world a strange and...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 24 September 1920

Page Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 24, 1920. Anti-Defamation League Acts An all day meeting attended by representatives of the Central Con ference of American Rabbis, the Coun cil of Jewish Women- the Executive Committee of the B'nai B'rith and the Governing Board of the Anti-Defamation League was held in Chicago Sunday, September 5th, lasting until 11 p. m. The Central Conference of American Rabbis was represented by Drs. Leo N. Franklin, Felix A. Levy, and Jos. H. Stolz. Mrs. M. L. Purvin represented the Council of Jewish WoTen. The following members of the Executive Committee of the B'nai B'rith and of the governoring board of the Anti-Defamation League were in attendance: Adolph Kraus, Juijge Samuel Rosenfield, Professor Gotthard Deutsch, Rabbi Eugene Mannheimer, Sigmund Livingston, Judge Philip Stein, Julius H. Meyer, Dr. Gerson B. Levi, Dr. A. D. Weiner, A. B. Seelen . freund, Leon L. Lewis, Dr. Harry A. Kraus, Henry Monsky, Gustavus Lo evinger and Hiriam D. Frankel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 24 September 1920

Friday, September 24, 1020. hit article how German anti-Semitism caused great harm to Germany and her industries during the war, and how, at the same time, the English Government together with the Allies made use of the anti-Semitism of Ger many for its own anti-German prop aganda. "At the outbreak of the war," states the Chancellor, "the allies expended unlimited sums of money and much effort to carry on anti-German prop aganda among the Jews the world over. The English government pointed out how alliance with the Czar would improve the position of the Jew in Russia. England's motto was: We must primarily destroy Germany, which is the dominant factor in anti Semitism and its growth. At the time when England conducted this cam paign against anti-Semitism, Germany published pamphlets and circulars against the Jews of Eastern Europe, Jose Cafe Where Every Meal Is a FEAST DALLAS and FORT WORTH FOR THE SMOKER WHO CARES JAMES STEPHEN HOGG 7c CIGAR DELCO-LIGHT The sifhu Ehctrfe Uikl mi Pt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 24 September 1920

Page Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 24, 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. Please Phone News Items to Lamar 6460, Rosedale 5383, or 455. Mr. Leonard Art, father of Ben Art has just returned from a seven weeks' vacation in Colorado. Mr. Art cele brated his 70th birthday September 21st, and his many friends hope that he will see many more such happy days. Mrs. A. Fred and daughters, Lillie and Rose, of El Paso street, have re turned from an extended trip to New York and Edgemere, Long Island. Mrs. Minnie Friedman and little daughters are home from an extended...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 24 September 1920

Friday, September 24, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Five I NEWS FROM DALLAS Miss Sylvia Abrams who was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Boas, has returned to her home in St. Louis. Mrs. David L. Wartsman and daughter, Evelyn, have returned to the city after spending two months in the East. Mrs. Emanuel Levy and baby have returned from a visit to Atlanta, Ga. and New York. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mallinson have gone to Chicago and New York for a month's vacation. Jerome Moch left last Wednesday afternoon for Philadelphia, where he will attend the University of Pennsyl vania. Howard Aronson has returned to Austin, where he will resume his stud ies at the University of Texas. Miss Josic Kahn has returned from Marshall where she spent several days with relatives. Mrs. S. Myers and daughter, Miss Fay Myers, are the guests of Dr. and Mrs. H. R. Levy at Oak Lawn Inn for several weeks Mrs. Alvin Lehman and little son of Cleveland, Ohio, are the guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Crossm...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 24 September 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 24, 1920.' The Jewish Element in the New German Literature Page Six By Jacob (Copyright, 1920, Lack of space forbids us to analyze every individual German man of let ters, or even the most prominent mas ters of German style. We shall, there fore, have to content ourselves with the few remarkable products of gen ius and only in so far as the same af fect in some way Jewish life or at least reflect a Jewish spirit, Jewish struggles or Jewish sorrow. The work of Max Nordau, although his "Conventional Lies" are far re moved from any "Jewishness," has brought about a storm of critcism bas ed on the elements of destruction con tained in the book, which German crit ics were prone to associate with a "Semitic spirit." To be sure, the work of Max Nordau and the criticism lev eled against it. is almost forgotten and properly belongs to another gen eration. In more recent times Theo. dore Herzl, Max Brod and Arthur Schnitzler received a similar treat ment. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 24 September 1920

Friday, September 24, 1920. trial in Hungary of 1882-1883. Even Professor Horwitz has already utiliz ed the theme for a cheap melo drama on the Jewish stage of New York. But Zweig has prepared the material in such an original fashion, the accusa tion of ritual murder which is the principal theme of the play is worked so cruelly into the plot of the story that we become fully aware of the tragedy of the race, which has been compelled by the relentless persecu tion of ages to suffer a form of accus sation so devilishly brutal that our blood stagnates at the thought of it In the character of the two Hungarian counts Jstoczy and Onody, whom the author symbolically describes, the one with a dog's head and the other with the head of a cat, we see inconceivable brutality and such love of human blood with such Mephisto-like pleas ure in the destruction of human life that we can barely believe that such inhurr.anity'is anywhere in existence. And observe the contrast in the figure of the old ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 24 September 1920

Page Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 24, 1920. & IeditorialI & 1 THE JEWISH WORLD RE LIEF CONFERENCE. Let's Have All the Facts! An interesting conference was recently held in Carlsbad, Czecho-Slovakia, at which there were about ninety delegates, representing twenty-eight coun tries. Some very interesting points were brought out, and some that we think ought to be known by those who are contrib uting to the fund of the Jewish Distribution Committee. Engineer Temkln of Russia reported that there were 568 po groms, in which the number of dead exceeded 138,000. There are at present in Russia alone over 130,000 homeless orphans. Anita Miller of Austria report ed that there are in Austria, and mostly in Vienna, more than 400,000 Jewish homeless or phans a number unbelievable. We wonder whether the report is not in error with regard to this. The number seems alto gether out of reason. A number of delegates criticis ed the American Jewish Distri bution Committee for its m...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 24 September 1920

Friday, September 24, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Nine PALESTINE FROM DAY TO DAY. Old prejudices ; and ignorance of even the most characteristic Jewish traits was the cause assigned by George Manssoura. one of the editors of the Arabic paper "Anafir," in a lee ture at the Jaffa Gymnasium on "Ju daism and the people of the country." He expressed the hope that the Jew ish people be re-established in Pal estine in peace and harmony with the Arabs. Moving picture films can be exhibit ed in full sunlight by means of a de vice invented by Mayer Gur-Ayre, di rector of the Ivory Department of the Bczalel Art School in Jerusalem. A successful experiment has been made by the Zion Cinema. L200,000 has been voted by "Habon eh" for the purchase of building lots in Haifa and Jaffa, according to a Reu tcr cable. The national reawakening of the National Executive Committee of the Zionist Organization of America pur chased 45 war paintings by Abel Pann of the Belzalel School. Mr. Pann origt ally i...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 24 September 1920

Page Ten THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 24, 1920. AMI and PRO-JEWISH DEMONSTRATIONS. Svinemuende, Germany: (By I. J. P. B.) In this seaside resort a large dem onstration was staged by the anti Semites against the Jews. Among the demonstrants there were many sol diers. National hymns were sung and played and many speeches were made containing threats against the Jew ish summer guests. Everything look ed like a preparation for a real po grom. The police, however, soon ap peared in full armor and put an end to any pogrom activity. A week afterwards the workmen of the town arranged a demonstration against the anti-Semites. In a procla mation to the people, the workers pointed out how the anti-Semitic agi tation was a misfortune to the town. Hundreds of summer guests had al ready left and the season, not other wise very successful, was completely ruined. Hundreds of musicians, wait ers and others had lost their employ ment The good name of Svinemuende was ruined and it was the duty...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 24 September 1920

Friday, September 24, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Eleven SIX WEEKS ACTIVITIES IN THE JOINT DISTRIBUTION . COMMITTEE. Appropriations. During the period from July 1st, 1920, to August 17th, the following appropriations were made by the Joint Distribution Committee: Austria. $150,000 for general relief for Vienna (August). Czechoslovakia, $10,000 for general relief for three months. . City of Prague, $15,000. Switzerland, $2,500 for students in Switzerland. Palestine, $8,000 for Soup Kitchens, Jerusalem (July). $25,000 for Orph ans' Committee for May. Poland, $10,000 for purchase of milk for Warsaw. American Relief Administration, $25,000 for food for refugees. Kowno (1,000,000 German marks), $21,200. Dwinsk, $3,875 general relief. Riga, $5,000, making a total of $293,575. In addition to these appro priations the following regular ap propriations were made for the month of August: Poland, $310,000. Palestine, $105,000. Germany, $5,000. Hungary $17,000, making a grand total of $730,57...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 24 September 1920

Page Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 24, 1920. A Jewish Voice in Roumanian Legislature By Leo Wolfson. (Copyright, 1920, by I. J. P.' B.) At last the Jewish voice was heard in the Roumanian Parliament. The "parliamentary tribune," ever since the beginning of Roumania's national existence the place from which calum nies and false accusations were hurl ed against the Jews, has now, for the first time in its history, been ascend ed by a Jewish speaker. In the hall in which the very word Jew, was so often held up to derisio.i and ridicule a Jew spoke by right, as a member of the House. And the anti Semites and other enemies of the Jews members of the Parliament, with gnashing teeth and foam at their mouths listened for awhile to what the "Jew" had to say, and then furiously left the chamber raging, foolishly and helplessly, behaving as stupidly as they had always done. It was a great day for the Jews of Roumania. For the first time they had their say at least the beginning o...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 24 September 1920

Friday, September 24, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Thirteen 4- Osteopathic Physicians. DR. CHARLES F. KENNEY 41 Diseases of Stomach and Nerves. DR. HELENE E. KENNEY Diseases of Wcmen and Chil- dren. Rooms 709 & 710 W. T. Wag- gcner Bid. L. 4542. Res. Phone Rosedale 3420 HIWJMUL IHAI1U WITH Kb TORIC Lenses STBIPUNG J OPTICAL PABUJ MENRy SPfRI 0WflMtTIST OPTICIAN A NICE ROOM for Rent with Jewish couple at $40.00 per month. 2001 Hurley Avenue. Take Summit Avenue Car. Haltom's Optical Parlor J. F. PRIC1IARD, Optometrist 104 W. 6th Street Lamar 876 BINNS' Eye Talks Impaired Eyesight is a Bar to Progress We have just completed im provements in our shop which enables us to grind lenses more accurately and promptly. Our aim is to give you the j best possible Optical Ser- vice. X Try our "KANT BREAK" Glasses 90 unbreakable N. N. BINNS' Manufacturing Optician 713 MAIN ST. citizens and enjoying full civil and political rights; we will fight for the recognition of the Jewish Communi ties a...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 24 September 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 24, 1020. Page Fourteen ONLY JEWISH-GERMAN DIPLO MAT DEAD. Berlin: (By I. J. P. B.) Dr. Wilhelm Kohn, the only Jewish diplomat in Germany, who has reached the rank of Geheimer Legations-Rat, is dead. Dr. Kohn was Bavarian Minister to Paris before the Franco-Prussian war of 1870-1871. During the war he re mained in Paris with the permission of the French Government. After the estalishment of the German Empire, Dr. Kohn became connected with the German diplomatic service in Berlin. Prince Bismarck at one time offered Dr. Kohn promotion to an important post on condition that the latter em brace Christianity. Dr. Kohn, however, declared that he was satisfied to re main at his present post. Bismarck threatened to send Dr. Kohn to a dis tant consulate, but as his threats re mained unavailing, nothing was done in the matter and Kohn continued at the Foreign office. Nevertheless. Kohn was advanced in rank, and Bismarck was always deeply attached to him, ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 24 September 1920

Friday,' September 24, 1920. your return thereon, showing how you have executed the lama. Witness, Aire. Q. Frank Coffey, Clerk of the District Court of Tarrant County. Given under my hand and aeal of laid Court In Fort Worth, thla lit day of Bep tember, A. D. 1920. (Seal) MRS. O. FRANK COFFEY, Clerk District Court, Tarrant County, Texas. By O. 8. Williams, Deputy. CITATION BY PUBLICATION. The State of Texas, In the District Court Tarrant County, Texaa, November 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 ?'" newspaper published In the County of Tarrant four consecutive weeks prev ious to the return day hereof, you sum mon I Jisle May Clark, a non-resident of the State of Texas, to be and appear be fore the 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 November A. p. 1920, the same...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 24 September 1920

I v Page Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 24, 1920. THEJEWISHMONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 'Phone, Lamar 6460 DR. GEORGE FOX EDITOR LOUI8 MORRIS Business Manager U. M. CERF Circulation Manager Officer Dr. George Fox President Sam Llpshlti Vlce-Preeldent Loulg Morris Secretary-Treasurer The editor la not responsible for views ex- f tressed 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. cree forbidding the Zionists of Hun gary to call a conference at Budapest to discuss important problems grow, ing out of the war and the break-up of the former kingdom of Hungary. Efforts are being made to induce the government to modify its decree and permit the conference to meet. JEWI8H CALENDAR 6681-1920 New Year's Eve Sun., Sept. 12 Yom Klppur Wed., Sept. 22 Succoth (First Pay) ....Mon., Sept. 27 Buccoth (Last Pay Shlmlnl- AUereth) Mon., Oct. 4...

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