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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 15 October 1920

Friday, October 16, 1920. THI J1WISH MONITOI Page Nln ministers, rectors, priests or rabbis to attend their own church." This is the direct result of Mr. Lazdon's letter to Chancel lor Day. To all those who have con tended that it is impossible for the Jewish students at the Uni versities and High Schools to observe their religion, we have always replied that they are not anxious to do so. At Wadleigh High School Dr. Rowe, the principal, announced that no Jewish girl would lose any points because of the ab sence on Holy Days. Notwith standing this, Jewish pupils came to school on Yomim To vim. The heads of Colleges and High Schools are broad-minded and realize the Importance of religion in the education of their charges. They are at all times willing to make concessions when the matter is called to their attention. We reiterate, it can be done. Jewish students must give evi dence of deeper Jewish con sciousness. What was done at Syracuse University can be accomplished elsewhere, if ...

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. — 15 October 1920

Page Ten THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, October 8, 1920J THE JEWISH ELEMENT IN THE NEW GERMAN LITERATURE (Continued from Page 7. life. But the crystal spring of poetic inspiration, the divine form and rain, bow colors spread out in the heavenly inspired "Jacob's Dream" requires no further statement to impress it with a thoroughly Jewish conception of the world, marking it definitely as a Jew ish play in the realm of German liter ature. In his great work on Beer-Hoffman, Theodore Reik has the following to say about "Jacob's Dream:" "The last impression we gain after the reading of the play is that it is a creation which could not be compared in its grandeur of thought and sentimen" with anything but Goethe's 'Faust.' We may be permitted to add: And it is withal the greatest dramatic work created by a Jew at any time." No criticism and no reproduction can adequately present the beauty and greatness of this dramatic poem which depicts essentially such a sim pie fact as the flight of Jacob ...

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. — 15 October 1920

Friday, October 15, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Eleven the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Krohn last month. beck, who were in Colorado. Mr. Edmund Krohn of El Paso was from Rutgsr Nellson, Nw Editor 1892 Broadway, N. Y. City Just for Fun The Literary Digest "Topic of the Day" Path Distributor OH HAPPY NIGHTS AT THE MOVIESI Jews of Bialystok have at any time fraternized with the BolBheviki. MMihlL lUli fi"1 even. tho" wh0 r on'y cau visitor to the movlee will enjoy reading some of the punchy paranraphs and comments about hanuenlnirs In our im-flo5?Ai,n?tltut,on- tne motlon Pcture thentre, which have been i s own on the screen xXW "TPlc ' th.bay." Therefore, theTlS.Zr ha. Tcom piled th following Hat for amusement purposes only: Funny Ada from "Help Wanted-F :rr' male" Columns, At first glance, the "Help Wanted Female" columns of the daily papers seem to be of interest to women position-seekers only. But now and then the wordings of the little "ad-lets" are so contrived that t...

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. — 15 October 1920

1 Pag Twlv THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, October 15 1920. The New System Bank Now in Operation "FOUNDED ON MERIT, BUILT ON CONFIDENCE, OPERATED ON HONOR" 1 The opening of the new Abner Da vis System Bank completes the per fect co-operative system. It means to the Abner Davis System what the key stone means to the arch. Our valuable properties, wells, refineries, etc., are a tangible evidence of a splendid prog ress, and the Banking Department makes future success doubly sure. THE BIQ THING OF ALL Our present Investors, numbering thousands, will be able to do a part or all of their banking business with the Abner Davis System Bank. Their money will be just as safe and equally as available at all times to them as It Is today. In addition to this, their money on deposit In our bank answers every fiurpose for operating capital In buy ng oil to refine and In handling sight drafts with bills of lading attached on gasoline, kerosene, distillates, fuel oils, , etc., yet we do not have to go an...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 15 October 1920

Friday, October 15, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Thirteen 1 I ii illinium iimiiinnmi mv er i. J 5, vSL. BEST A' ;. t f T 7 - 1 sra w or. : . . m' s Jir' - - e PALACE STARTING SUNDAY Another superb screen Mra tion by the creator of "MALE AND FEMALE" an! "WHY CHANGE YOUR WIFE?" Cecil B. Dc Mille : Presents j GLORIA SWANSON I ELLIOT DEXTER THEODORE MOMTI ROBERTS BLUE in "SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT" another page torn from the book of life. SOCIAL JUSTICE AND TnE RABBIS. Commenting on the platform re cently adopted by the Conference of American Rabbis, the Union Labor Banner of Fort Worth, Texas, has this, editorial comment: Social Jiuttice Aa Advocated by the Rabbis. In another column we reproduce a resolution or declaration of princi ples adopted by the Jewish Rabbis In convention in Rochester, N. Y., In July. I Our attention was called to it by Mr. Henry Gernsbachcr, one of Fort Worth's oldest merchants. He is to day president of the Retail Mer chants' Association of Texas. It is one o...

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. — 15 October 1920

Page Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, October 15, 1920. ed 6430S, the natur of which demand Is ..8 follows, to-wlt: Plaintiff sues defendant for divorce upon the grounds of excessive, outrag eous, harsh and cruel treatment ' and i bandonment, for costs of suit and such other and further relief as plaintiff ma Le able to show himself justly entitled to. Herein Fall Not, but have you then and ihere before suld Court, this writ, with ; our return thereon, showing how you nave executed the same. Witness, Mrs. G. Frank Coffey, Clerk of the District Court of Tarrant County. Given under my hand and seal of sul.l Court In Fort Worth, this 29th day of September A. D. 1920. Seal) MRS. G. FRANK COFFEY, Uerk 'District Court, Tarrant County, Texas. By O. 8. Williams, Deputy, (i; CITATION BY PUBLICATION. The State et Texas, in the District Courst, Tarrant County, Texns, No vember Term, A. D. 1920. To the Sheriff or any Constable of Tar rant County, Greeting: You are hereby commanded. That, by ...

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

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, October 15, 1920. some newspaper publlihed In the County of Tarrant (our consecutive weeks prev ious to the return day hereof, you sum mon Dora Edna Smith whose residence la unknown, to be and appear before the District Court, to be holden In and for the Cmlntv eit Tim n m tk House thereof, In the City of Fort Worth, on the first Monday In Novem ber A. D. 1920 ,the same being the first day of said month, then and there to answer the petition of William H. Smith 'as plaintiff, filed In said Court, on the 24th day of September A. D. 1920, against Dora Edna Smith aa de fendant, said suit being; numbered 6423S the nature of which demand Is aa fol lows, to-wlt: Plaintiff 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 Fall Not, but have you then and there before said Court, this Writ, with your return thereon, showing how vou ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 15 October 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, October 15, 1920. Page Sixteen THEJEWISHMONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 'Phont, Lamar MflO DR. OEOROE FOX EDITOR LOUIt MORRIS Business Manager U. M. CERF Circulation Managar Officer Dr. George Fox President .vim Llpahlts Vice-President I ouls Morris Secretary-Treasurer The editor Is not responsible for views ex- Gressed by contributors. Anonymous itters will receive no consideration. Entered In the Fort Worth Postofflce as 8econd Class Mall Matter by the Moni tor Publishing Company. JEWISH CALENDAR 5681-1920 New Tear's Eve Sun., Sept. 12 Vom Kippur Wed., Sept. 22 i.uccoth (First Day) . ...Mon., Sept. 27 . uccoth (Last Day Shlmlnl- Atzereth) -....Mon., Oct. 4 Simchatch Torah .-..Tues., Oct. 6 . osch-Chodesch Chesvan Wed., Oct. IS osch-ChodeRch KIhIcv ..Fri., Nov. 12 Chanukah (Feast of Dedica tion ..) ; Mon., Dec. 6 'osch-Chodesch Tebeth..Sun., ..Dec. 12 Fast of Tebeth Tues., Dec. 21 6681- 1921 P.osch-Chodesch Shebat ....Mon., Jan. 10 ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 October 1920

Vmt X VOL. X, NO. 6. FORT WORTH-DALLAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1920, Price F1t Cnti , "The Gospel Cart," as some of us had come to call the big white wagon drawn by a lumbering, cad-eyed horse, passed down the street. The driver, smug of face and portly of body, rein ed in his languid steed. A young woman, strictly tailored, alert, smil ing, magnetic, leaped from the seat besde htm and spoke to some of the youngsters playing in the gutter. Most of them were of what the careless novelist loves to designate as the pure Ghetto type whatever that means. While there were a few Italian chil dren scattered among the little son and daughters of Israel just as bored by the sultry monotony of an East Side summer. Gazing from the window of our struggling little Hebrew settlement buildng, I thought of Rudolph Hirsch. Like so many New Yorkers, he be- y longed to no synagogue. A retired business man, he was able to escape almost entirely the importunities of collectors for War Drives or home " chari...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 October 1920

Page Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Address by Dr, Louis Grossman Every season has its charm. We en joy it and then forget it, being eager for the new. The cycle of the year pricks up our interest: just a while ago it was winter that braced us and our blood tingle, and now it is spring that coaxes out the bright green and fills the air with sweetness. The won der is not that we are interested but that we are so quickly sated. Only poets hold enthusiasms; most people simply raise their eye-brows and pass on to the order of business. It is the town that has taken out of us the freshness and buoyancy which nature is so generous and insistent to put into us. Not only the poor who see trees and grass very little, but also the rich have become dull to the beau ties of earth and sky and life. The fact that beauty does not pay, and so we shrug our shoulders when we come at it. It "pays" -well enough when we are tired, for then we run to country, sea shore and the open life passion ately. But as lon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 October 1920

Friday, October 22, 1020. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Three similar patients throughout the world. That fatal shot has cost us all a great deal. A journal for teach ers published weekly during the war the list of teachers who had lost their lives on the battlefield. France alone furnished the names of seven thou sand and we are still to get the details D from Germany. They were school masters who were near the heart of children and scholarly men who were promoting the science of education. The shots that killed these men hit the heart of the future. War is terri ble and reckless and the men in battle-line are not the only ones who fall. Still, what military murder does in unreasoning hate, disease and death O do, not infrequently, right before our eyes in the peaceful city. Have you not heard of faithful and genial phy sicians, or broad-guaged lawyers, and men of wide usefulness, torn away by the pitiless hand of death? It is a perplexing fact and we must accept it. The losses in peace ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 October 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, October 22, 1920. Page Four Ifort worth news NOTICE. Regular meeting of Isidor Straus Lodge No. 619, I. 0. B. B., first and third Wednesdays of each month at 8 '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 E460, Rosedale 6383, or 465. Sacramental wine for ritual purpos es can be obtained from Mr. M. Res nick at the Hebrew Institute. Call La mar C872. Domestic and Palestine im ported. Mrs. Mary Cooper Smith, who has spent the summer away visiting rela tives in the East, has returned. The Young Girls Judcah Club are giving a dance Sunday, October 24th at the In...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 October 1920

Friday, October 22, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITbR Page Five I NEWS FROM DALLAS I Morris L. Finngburg and Miss Frie da Fox, daughter of Mrs. Gussie Fox, were married Sunday at 6 p. m. at 1601 Lenway street. Dr. David Lefko witz performed the ciremony. Before the ceremony Mrs. Sarah Efron, great aunt of the bridegroom, sang "The Sunshine of Your Smile." After the wedding a reception was held. The house was decorated with palms and cut flowers, carrying out a pink and green color scheme. A shower of vines fell from the chandelier above the table where the bride's cake was cut. Refreshments were served to a ' large number of guests. Mr. and Mrs. Finneburg left for Houston, Galves ton, New Orleans anJ St. Louis. They will make their home in Dallas at 1601 Lenway street. Pioneer Woman cf Dallas Dies Here. Mrs. Cornelia Sanger, widow of the late Philip Sunger, one of the found ers of Sanger Bros, here, died Monday at 1 p. m. at the home of her daugh ter, Mrs. Edgar L. Pike, 915 Browder street, ...

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. — 22 October 1920

Page, Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Farming Urged for Cure for Dangerous Unrest . Farm School, Pa., Oct 3. Stir ring pleas for a "back to the soil" movement as the only remedy to save America from what might mean Bol shevism; the direct benefit that would result from the government of the United States opening the door to the help-deserving immigrant, and the establishment of agricultural col onies in California as a means of solving the hunger problem in the congested city sections, were among the most important matters dis coursed upon by the speakers today at the twenty-third annual Succoth Harvest Pilgrimage to the National Farm School. Approximately 1,500 persons from Philadelphia, New York, Baltimore and Kansas City attended the exer cises, which were held in Adolph Se gal Hall in the morning and on the beautiful school campus in the aft ernoon. Governor Sproul presided, and among other speakers were Sec retary of Agriculture Rasmussen, of Pennsylvania; Rev. Dr. Joseph I. Krauskopf, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 October 1920

Friday, October 22, 1026. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Seveii A Polish Plan for the Solution of the Jewish Problem By Joseph Scheuermann. (Note Mr. Joseph Schenkermann is a journalist of note who has re cently arrived in this country from Europe. The Editor.) (Copyright, 1920, by I. J. P. B.) A cable dispatch in one of the Jewish newspapers in the United States states that the Polish govern ment intends to colonize Jews in Eastern Galicia. The above news is not surprising to those who have lived in Poland in the last few years. Incidentally, I am the first Jew to whom this new plan of Polish diplomacy was com municated. It happened last summer. I was at that time arrested by the Polish government and held imprisoned in Cracow. Why? Not because of hav ing stolen anything, or because of having made pogroms, or even for plain swindling. My arrest was due to the following circumstances: I was at that time working on the staff of a Jewish daily, "Die Zeit," a Zionist progressive newspaper in ...

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. — 22 October 1920

Page Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, October 22, 1920. I lEDITORIAL THE OUTRAGES SPREAD i. i Cables from Austria Hungary and Eastern Europe continue to speak of the anti-Jewish exces ses. Now a Berlin dispatch states that Dr. Magnus 'Hirschfield, a r.oted authority on sex diseases, recently died from the effects of injuries received at the hands of an anti-Jewish mob. The doctor had gone to Bavaria to lecture on his specialty, and was attack ed while at Munich. It is almost unbelievable thtvt Germany one of the nations that before the war was regard" ed as one of the most highly civ ilized peoples has sunk so low. The activities of the German hooligans simply stun the mind. It just seems as if an uncontrol lable mania has seized Europe and is spreading to America a mania that finds its reaction in anti-Jewish proganda and exces ses. Those who are acquainted with the peculiar movements in earlier times will find little so lace in the recurrance of the present anti-Semitic activity. ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 October 1920

Friday, October 22, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Nine AL HOMELAND promiso means. We don't believe in 20th Cen tury ex-communications. We can respect others who disagree with us all the Jewish wisdom is not concentrated in the minds of the callers of the Congress. We don't want to give Ford and Watson ANY GROUND for believing that a world conspira cy on the part of the Jews exists. It doesn't and we don't intend that there shall be the slightest grounds for such idiotic conten tions. We cannot help but admire the intensity and loyalty of Mr. Schomer and his associates. However, we will not ex-communicate them because they dis agree with us. We believe they are wrong and they have h right to their ideas. Neverthe less we admire their intense Jewish ardor and patriotism. PALESTINE FROM DAY TO DAY. A alight decrease ia apparent in ex ports and imports in Palestine thia June, as compared with May of thia year. For June, imports totaled LE 269,473 as against LE395.909 of May, and exports...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 October 1920

Page Ten THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, October 22, 1920. WACO NEWS. On Sunday, November 7th, the sec ond Sunday of the Cotton Palace, there will be a big matinee dance giv en at the Progress Club. Good music has been secured for the affair and an enjoyable time is promised every one. Come and tell your friends to come along. You're welcome. Mrs. L. Fred and daughter, Libbie, and Mr. Sam Lieberman left on Mon day for Fort Worth where they will attend the grand opera on Tuesday. They will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Simon and Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Fred. The engagement of Miss Rae Na man to Mr. Jack Levy of Selma, Ala., of this city has been announced. The wedding is to take place in Decem ber. Miss Naman is one of Waco's most popular young ladies. During the war she was associated with many of the activities in behalf o,f our coun try. Mrs. Randolph Nathan will leave for New York her future home. DELCO-LlGtiT The complete Electric Light and Power Plant Plenty of bright, salt, eleaa aUrtrU ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 October 1920

1 Friday, October 22, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Prom Rutgers Nelleon, Newa Editor 1662 Broadway, N. Y. City Just for Fun Tho Lltarary Dlgaat "Toplca of the Day" Patha Dlatrlbutora OH HAPPY NIGHTS AT THE MOVIES! All (Urn fana and avn thoaa who are only casual vlaltora to tha movlea will enjoy reading aome of the punchy paragrapha and comtnenta about happening In our na tional institution, the motion picture theatre, which have been ahown on tha acraan in THE LITEKAJIY DIGEST Toplca of the bay." Therefore, the Monitor hae com plied tha following Hat for amuaement purpoaea only; A Casual Colored Comment Carefully "Selected". Colored folks have a keen sense of humor. Their witty sayings ere al ways entertaining and often, very laughable. On the motion picture screen in The Literary' Digest "Topics of the Day" colored folks' humor has produced lots of laughter. The Moni tor selected the following wordings from the "Topics" to take yo' back to "01 Virginny" for a spell of fun: "Sam: You ou...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 October 1920

Page Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, October 22, 1920. .SPECIAL CABLES TO THE INTER. NATIONAL JEWISH PRESS BUREAU. Jewish National Council of Lithaunia . Appeals to England, France and Italy for Jews in Vilna. Kovno: (Direct via Danzig). The Jewish National Council of Kovno, Lithuani, sent a telegraphic appeal to the missions of England, France and Italy in Vilna, to take under their pro. tection the Jews of Vilna against pos sible outrages and pogroms by the members of -the Polish Legion which recently occupied the city. Jews Urged to Defend Lithuania Against Polish Invaders. The Jewish National Council also issued a proclamation to all Jews in Lithuania to defend the country against Polish invasion. The appeal reads partly: "Jews know what Polish invasion means. Before us stands blood-besmirched Vilna of a year ago, also many other Jewish towns. The hundreds of fresh graves of Jewish martyrs tell the story of the lost and tortured. We cannot forget how Polish sol diers outraged ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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