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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 8 October 1920

Friday, October 8, 1920. NEWS FROM DALLAS 1 , NOTICE! Through an oversight, greetings from Julius J. Loeb, 3027 South Boul evard, Dallas, Texas, wishing his many friends a happy and prosperous New Year, was omitted. Mr. Dave Freedman entertained with a dinner at the Adolphus Hotel in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Iseti berg of Amarillo. After dinner danc ing was enjoyed at the Adolphus Rooi Garden. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Isenberg, Amarillo, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Greenhouse of Chicago, Misses Anna Kriss and Rose Neuman of Dallas; Messrs. Dave Freedman, Sidney Rubenstein and Max Glazier of Dallas. The annual dance given by the Tif ereth Israel Ladies' Society will be held at the Adolphus Hotel Palm Gar den, Sunday evening, October 24th, 1020, at 8:30 o'clock. The ladies conducting this affair . . . i - l deserve unstinted praise ior tneir un tiring efforts to make this dance a greater success than any others that have been held in the past They have been preparing for this even...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 8 October 1920

Page Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, October 8, 1630. 4 WICHITA FALLS. 4 It is with deep regret that the en tire community received the sad news of the death of Mr. Gus Pink. Mr. Pink leaves a wide circle of friends in the city, having visited his son, Louis Pink, here frequently. The end came while he was visiting his daughter in St. Louis. The deceased is survived by his wife and two children, Mrs. Halpern of St. Louis and Louis Pink of this city. The family have the sym pathy of all. Miss Elsie Cohen left last week for Belton where she entered Baylor Col lege. Mrs. Sam Kruger and children have returned from Colorado. Mr. Levine of Dallas is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kaufman. Mrs. J. C. Simmons of Waco spent several days with Miss Rose Riesen berg. Mrs. Milton Anfenger of Denver, Col. is visiting her brother and sis ter ,Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Wolfson. Mr. M. II. Leterman is in Tulsa, Okla., on business. Master Adolph Swartz is attend ing school in Dallas this term. Mr. and Mrs. Zu...

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. — 8 October 1920

Friday, October 8, 1920. mains unchanged. This at onct brings home the lesson that the Greek translators of the Hebrew Bi ble had a text differing from our own, or at least read it differently. There was another incident which auggesetd different views on Biblical teachings. Dei Rossi's wife was no affected by the fright that she con traded jaundice. In consequence of her condition, she seemed tp develop an unnatural desire for salt, and without any medical attention, the consumption of large quantities of Bait restored her health. This sug gested to her husband the idea that i the biblical miracle reported of Pro ' phet Elisha, who made the water of an unwholesome spring drinkable by throwing salt into it (II Kings, 2, 21), was perhaps a natural process. Some people to whom the author told of his discovery objected strenuously to such an attempt to deny the mi racle. The author apologized. He did not intend to deny the miraculous power possessed by prophets, but hj thought that occ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 8 October 1920

Page Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, October 8, 1920. "& IedjtorialI & I WATSON, FORD & CO. Wonders never cease neith er do plagues. As long as man shall live, so long will he have the benefit of the one, and the sorrow of the other. It just seems that nature has so ordain ed that we must always have something to worry about, one's health, one's business, one's physical trouble or one's mental trouble. This applies not only to individuals, but to nations and peoples as well. One of these plagues is now troubling us and we admit that while it is not serious, it may be come so. It is the disease that such cankerous bodies as that of Tom Watson, of Georgia, and Henry Ford, of Detroit, create. We have been accustomed for some time to the foul smell of Watson the stench reached the postal department and they had his journal barred; now we are beginning to get accustomed to the foulness of Ford's Dear born Weakly. The old "Life" was a paragon of consideration and goodness com...

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. — 8 October 1920

Friday, October 8, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Pagt Nine proper machinery of American ization, we can take care of hun dreds of thousands of our Euro pean coreligionists; we believe that our past history will justify confidence in them in the future, and we maintain that so far as real Americanism is concerned, the immigrant Jew has shown himself to be among the truest and most loyal of patriots. If the Jew cannot come hero, if Palestine is not to hold him, and if the lands of his birth don't want him what shall he do? We had hoped that tha Jewish problems would settb themselves in the countries in which they occur but this is thus far only a pious wish ; the chances at present seem against it. We want to hear more from Warburg perhaps we judge too hastily. He is a big man, and doubtless has reasons perhaps his reasons, for the statement attributed to him. Bucharest: (By I. J. P. B.) The Roumanian Government haa finally granted official recognition to the Jewish religion. A committee f...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 8 October 1920

Pag Tan .. PALESTINE, TEXAS. ; Mrs. Ben London has returned from Colorado where she spent the summer. She was accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Max Michelson who will spend a few weeks here. , Mrs. Isadore Davidson and baby are the guests of Leo Davidson and other relatives. Miss Lillian Chotiner has gone to Austin where she enters White's School for Girls. Miss Lorraine Pearlstone le(t for New York City to enter Benjamin School in that city. Mrs. Sam Lucas has returned from a few days' visit in Houston with her mother. THE JEWISH MONITOR JEWISH GERMAN CHILDREN PROTEST AGAINST ANTI-SEMITISM. Berlin: (By I. J. P. B.) The Jewish children of Germany, who now suffer so much at the hand of their anti-Se- DELCO-LIGhT Tl complete Electric light and Power Plant Plenty of brigni, aaf t, clean alectrie light. No mora hot, smoky lamps. P. M. BRATTEN k CO., Distributors 1001-5 Throckmorton Street Fort Worth. - - - Tens Joseph's Cafe Where Every Meal Is a FEAST DALLAS and FORT WORTH mitic school...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 8 October 1920

Friday, October 8, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Eleven inent Jewish merchants of Pinsk wera taken ai hostages for tha "good" be- havior of the Jews during the Bol shevik occupation of tha town. From Rutgers Nsllton, News Editor 1682 Broadway, N. Y. City Just for Fun Tha Lltarary Dlaaat "opica of tha Day" Path Distributor OH HAPPY NIGHTS AT THE MOVIES! All Mm fan and even thone who arc only casual visitor to the movies will enjoy reading aome of the punchy puraicriiphs and comment about happening In our na tional Institution, the motion picture theatre, which have been shown on the screen In THE LITEKARY DIUEST "Topics of the Day." Therefore, the Monitor has com plied the following list for amusement purposes only; Adv. "If the lady who stuck her gum on my seat at the movies last night will call she may have the gum. If the gum wont come off, she can have the pants, too." Wynne (Ark Progress. "Don't you detest people who talk behind your back?" Yes, especially in a theatre." Saskato...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 8 October 1920

Fagi Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOR Odorless and Smokeless Irontoh Bunsen Heaters The most perfect working, pipeless stove made. They are made right in every part, nothing is left off that would add to their usefulness or efficiency IRONTON BUNSEN HEATERS are made in various sizes and styles suitabe for all sorts of rooms, and at prices to suit the demand of all classes of gas consumers. You will find that there is no other stove so generally satisfactory for all kinds of gas heating. COMBINATION COST SERIES No expense has been spared to make this the most artistic line of heaters made. They will harmonize with the best furnished living rooms and offices. The design is new and will fit the modern fireplace and furnishings and will relieve the room of that awkward, out of harmony appear ance presented by the average heating stove. You must see these beautiful stoves to fully appreciate them. BUNSEN BURNERS These stoves are made of blue iron and fitted with polished brass re flecting plate...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 8 October 1920

Friday, October 8, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Thirteen t - Osteopathic Physicians. DR. CHARLES F. KENNEY Disease of Stomach and Nerves. DR. HELENE E. KENNEY Diseases of Women and Chil- drcn. Rooms 709 & 710 W. T. Wag- gcner Bldg. L. 4542. Res. Phone Rosedale S420 . DR. KOSSIE L. BUCKNLtt Announces the opening of an office at 505 First Nations i Bank Building. Office Phone L. 462. Residence Phone R. 48. Polish authorities and brought to Po land where he was confined in Jail without trial. The Breslau City Coun cil and other officials of the local gov ernment have taken steps to secure the release of the unfortunate victim. 9& JUWIMIIL WITH TORI IllStS srem mm. aiui.Ba, STRIPLINGS OPTICAL PARLM Middy SrTM DWOHtTmSTaOPTlCIAM 8 Haltom's Optical Parlor J. F. PR1CHARD, Optometrist 104 W. 6th Street Lamar 676 eeeeeee 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 prompt...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 8 October 1920

Page Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, October I, 1019. d 54305, the natur of whloh demand 1 as follows, to-wlt: - Plaintiff cues defendant for dlvorco upon the grounds of excessive, outrag eous, harsh and cruel treatment and abandonment, for costs of suit and Buch other and further relief as plaintiff ma be able to show himself justly entitled to. Herein Fall Not, but have you then and 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 sal.l Court in Fort Worth, this 29th day of September A. D. 1920. (Seal) MRS. Q. FRANK COFFEY, Clerk District- Court, Tarrant County, Texas. By O. S. Williams, Deputy. (o) CITATION BY UBLICATION. The State ef Texas, in the District Courst, Tarrant County, Texas, No vember Term, A. D. 1920. To the Sheriff or any Constable of Tar rant County, Greeting: You are hereby commanded. That, by makin...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 8 October 1920

Friday, October 8, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR some newspaper published In the County or 1 arrant (our consecutive weeks prev ious to the return day hereof, you sum mon Dora Edna Smith whose residence Is unknown, to be and appear before the District Court, to be holden In and for the County of Tarrant, at the Court House thereof, In the City of Fort " rUi, on the first Monday In Novem ber A. D. 1920 ,the lame being the first day of said month, then and there to answer the petition of William H. Smith as plaintiff, filed In said Court, ?ntne 24tn dliv 0' September A. D. 1920. against Dora Edna Smith as de fendant, said suit belli numbered 64236 the nature of which demand to as fol lows, to-wlt: I'lalntlff sues defendant for divorce upon the grounds of excessive, outrag eous, and cruel treatment, and on ac count of the infidelity of defendant: for . costs of suit and general relief. Herein Kail Not, but have you then and there before said Court, this Writ, with your return thereon, showi...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 8 October 1920

Page Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, October 8, 1920. THEJEWISHMONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. Phone, Lamar M60 DR. GEORGE FOX EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS Business Manager U. M. CERF Circulation Managar Offlctra Dr. George Fox Praaldent 6am Llpshlts Vlca-Praaident Louis Morris Secretary-Treasurer Tha editor ia not responsible for views ei ressed by contributor!. Anonymoua ettera will receive no consideration. Entered In the Fort 'Worth Postofflce aa Second Clasa Mall Matter by tha Moni tor Publishing Company. JEWISH WAR RELIEF NECES. SARY. With reports from relief workers and first-hand observers emphasiz ing that conditions in Poland and ad jacent countries are practically worsj than at any time during the past s!. years, the American Jewish Relief Committee is preparing its 1920-21 appeals in which it hopes to raise adequate funds so that the work of the Joint Distribution Committee n saving Eastern European Jewry from annihilation, may be continued.. "The Bolshe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 15 October 1920

b i 1 rrras I IE Yd I EZ E 1 M DP. GEORGE FOX , 0 TO P VOL. X, NO. 4. FORT WORTH-DALLAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1920. Price Five Cents Thtre is a fine saying in the an c!)nt lore of the Rabbis that "when a wise man dies, all are among: his mourning relatives." Jacob Henry Schiff certainly was a wise man in more than one sense of the word. There doubtless were others more schooled in the wisdom of the world; but there were few as wise in the sense of knowing how to live for his fellow-men of all creeds, and still more for the people of whom ho was proud to be a part. He understood how to serve his country, his co -religionists, and humanity at large. Therefore, the demise of this good and wise man has been sincerely la mented all over this country and abroad. Many keenly felt the irre parale loss sustained by his passing away. His influence for good has been recognized in so many circles as to make his death a source of universal grief. Thus countless num bers have felt like mourning re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 15 October 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, October 15, 1920. Page Two Judgment Dictates Readjustment of Prices In keeping with the general downward trend of prices, especially in' automobiles and asscciated products, the Lee Tire & Rubber Company, manaufacturer of the famous LEE PUNCTURE-PROOF, has announced a general reduction of 15 to 20 per cent In the judgment of factory officials, the time is near when raw materials will be obtainable at lower prices. Anticipating this decline, our factory has, wth its UBual fore sght, reduced consumer costs. The Lee ideal makes it imperative that the public be given every opportunity to buy at lower prices the moment market conditions make such a move practical. This reduction gives the mctorist an added incentive to use his car without a "pocketbook pres sure" that would ordinarily ccmpel excessive economy. Our enviable position cf being able to sell a product that eliminates delays, broken engagements, disappointments, and gives to the pur chaser more t...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 15 October 1920

Friday, October 15, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOl Par Thm UPBUILDING JEWISH HOME. LAND DECLARED BY ZION ISTS TO BE THEIR PRI MARY DUTY. Era of Education on Behalf of Zion ism Has Passed Over Into Period of Construction Work in Palestine and Movement Should be Reorgan- ized to Meet New Epoch Beginning with San Remo. Recognizing that with the San Re mo decision whereby the Peace Con ference gave its official sanction to the project to establish the Jewish National Homeland in Palestine, a ' new epoch in the movement began. I The Zionist Organization of America is preparing to concentrate on the task of actually upbuilding the Home-, land. At a meeting of the National Executive Committee of the National Organization held on Sept. 29th and 30th it adopted minutes declaring that its primary duty is to devote every effort to this imperative ask since the era of education on behalf of Zionism has passed over into the per iod of constructive work in Palestine. Below is the complete text of these...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 15 October 1920

Page Four. THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, October 15, 1920. Ifort worth newsI 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. SAM LIPSHITZ, President. . DR. MAURICE COHN, Secy. Temple Beth-El Corner Galveston and Broadway. Dr. George Fox, Rabbi Services Friday evenings at 8 o'clock. Saturday morning at 11 o'clock. Sabbath School Saturday at 9:30, Sunday at 10:30. 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 6460, Rosedale 5383, or 455.' Ben Ell Shanblum, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Shanblum, has been elect ed president of the Senior High School Senate. This is a much coveted honor. Selma Brin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. Brin, has been appointed as sistant editor of the Junior High School paper. Sol Brachman tendered a farewell dinner to Morris Tennenbaum, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 15 October 1920

Friday, October IB, 1920. THE JEWISH MON2TOI iNEWS FROM DALLAS 1 Charles Bergman Cohen and Miss Estelle Goldstein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Newman Goldstein, were married Wednesday at 8 p. m. at the Columbian. Dr. David Lettkowitz performed the ceremony. The ceremony took plac in the ballroom, which was given the ap pearance of a garden by twining tl:e white trellis work with smiiax and chrysanthemums. The alta', which was banked with palms and white baskets of chrysanthemums, was sit uated on the stage under a shell can opy of smiiax. The aisle laa-iin to the altar Btcps was marked witn tut in streamers tied :o tall whi. wicker baskets holding long-stemmed chrys anthemums. Preceding the ceremony Henri L:i Bonte sang the nuptial song, a ft or which the bridal party entered to the wedding march from "Lohengrin." The ushers entered first, Messrs. Ed win L. Sanger, Elmer Abranr, Da vid Cahn, Jules Cent and Nathan Florence. The ring-bearer, little Mies Frances Levin, dressed as a mi.vai...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 15 October 1920

Paga Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, October 15, 1920. JEWS IN JUGOSLAVIA. Sephardim and Ashgenaslm A Little History Jewish War Heroes Three Jewish Deputies in Parliament Zionism. Anti-Semitism in Jugo-Slavia. (By Our Special Correspondent in Belgrade.) (Copyright, 1920, by I. J. P. B.) The newly elected state of Jugo slavia, which consists of old Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegowina, and some former Austrian and Hungarian pro vinces, has now a Jewish population of about 18,000 souls, almost ten times the Jewish population of pre war Serbia. There are among the Jews of Jugo slavia principally two great groups, the 'Sephardim" and '"Ashkenasim." Both groups are almost equal in num ber. But the Sephardic Jews can boast a longer interrupted settlement in the country, having first originated some 600 years ago. As to the Jewish com munity of Sarajevo, the old capitol of Bosnia and the place where the Austrian Archduke was assassinated in June ,1914, an event which precipi tated the World War t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 15 October 1920

Friday, October 16, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Pag STn THE JEWISH ELEMENT IN THE NEW GERMAN LITERATURE. By Jacob Mestel. (Copyright, 1920, by I. J. P. B.) (Concluded) In a conversation with Romaim Rolland, Stefan Zweig declared: "Jer emiah is the typical prophet of Juda ism. Moses, the prophet of Europe, spoke and acted: Christ died and act ed; but Jeremiah spoke in vain. His people did not understand him and he could accomplish nothing:." Thus we find that when after the ills of the war shackled art again found an out let in literary and poetic production, Stefan Zweig, to give expression to the untold miseries of the Jewish peo ple, turned to the prophet Jeremiah for a plot for his dramatic work. It was to depict the same tragedy which inspired P. J. Jouave in his "Dance of Death" and which is responsible for a consideable number of novels by H. G. Wells and Goldring. The Ger man Uhu has likewise masterfully presented in his monumental play "The Race." All the martyrdom and fruitles...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 15 October 1920

Pare Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, October 15, 1020. & lEDITORIALl I SHALL "JUDGE" NOT BE JUST? Not many months ago the comic paper "Life" changed hands, and with the fortunate change, there went into oblivion one of the vilest and mjost anti Semitic journals that America had. The present owners of that periodical set out upon a policy of fairness and justice which has enhanced the stand ing of Life to a degree never reached while in the hands of the previous owners. "Life," to paraphrase a bon mot of Zang will's, "has been worth while" ever since it passed into the hands of Dana Gibson and his associates. Now comes "Judge," and gives indication of forgetting its for mer good record or perhaps it was only an oversight. In the issue of October 9th, the edit orial page deals with good dress ers. The editorial speaks of the fact that New Yorkers used to be the best dressers in the world. Now they are freaks, wearing grotesque and uncom-l fortable clothes. And who is tol blam,e f...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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