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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 19 November 1920

Friday November 19 1920 THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Fifteen ..T?iU are h.erey commanded to make paper published In said County for four conwcutlve week previous to the first hereof 'D?emr 192; th6 "turn day thi ?munthereby notl'y and "ummon Smith liwn owne. and Bydney A. ;iTVrh0M re8ld.ence unknown and fntePre.t rn7hn.'T' Saln.or calmln any hi ID ln the land hereln mentlonal to be and appear before the mild District Court of the 67th Judicial District of Tex- S!m o. .unex re"ulr term thereof to be Fort US Surt Houe " the City of ft. bw'm' Warrant County Texas' on bar Fim5 "niay-the 6th day of Decern- ii.J ? 'A.811 and thcre to answer the original petition of the State of Texas im 1?"U.'Bd.HC0Urt " th 7th 0" of July; iiv in said above numbered- cause fA.J?.e herel'bo'"-e named parties de- w..an.L'.a.1d n whlch "8 J'hilntlff al- !f!iJ..l.he!;e are now lHnqucnt and unpaid to the State of Texas and County ill arnt'. 8tate taxe amounting to !!i?.9 County taxes amounting to $28.46 Including a...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 19 November 1920

Page Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday November 10 1920 THEJEWISHMONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 'Phone Lamar 1460 DR. QEOROE FOX EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS Bualneea Managtr U. M. CERF Circulation Manager '. Offleara Dr. George Fox Preeldent Bam Llpahlta Vloe-Praaldant Louis Morris Secrstary-Treaeurer Tha adltor la not raaponalbla for viewa az- tressed by oontrlbutora. Anonymoua attara will recalva no consideration. Entered In tha Fort Worth Postoffloe aa 8acond Claaa Mall Matter by tha Moni- tor Publishing- Company. FORT WORTH NEWS. (Continued from Page 9) P. Micholson of Dallas; Mrs. H. Schuster Mrs. A. Marks Mrs. J. Lip- shy Mrs. D. Persky and Miss Rom Levin of Hartford Conn. Mamie Lip- shy and Messrs. I. B. Persky B. Per- Bky M. Schuster Jack Breacher and Joel Hoffman and Mrs. H. Rabino- vitz. - - thrown open where eight tables seated the guests for the game of bunco; the high score being won by Miss Ida Ant- weil and the consolation falling to Miss Sadye Nathan....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 26 November 1920

VOL. X. NO. 10. -. J c . ( o DP. GEOPGE FOXEDITOP SsSCJjJ) FORT WORTH-DALLAS TEXAS FRIDAY NOVEMbER 26 1920. Special Dallas Edition CHANUKAH 5682-1920 ' ' ' - i v ; .' : ' .'. i ' t .. .. .. . : ' . .''''.' . . . J RABBI DAVID LEFKOWITZ Temple EmunucI Editorial Contributor to the JewUh Monitor PRICE FIFTY CENTS Price 50 Cents : t

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 26 November 1920

THE FIRST choice Advertising Medium of the Dallas merchant because we lead in Dallas and nearby circulation THE DALLAS TIMES-HERALD "The Souths Fastest Growing Newspaper" IN THE SCULPTURING of a monument here only the very best obtainable skill is employed. And the rule is not speed in finishing but perfection regardless of time. That is why our monu- ments lire noted for their artistic completeness and beauty. We are at your command if you are consider' ing the ordering of a monument. North Texas Marble & Granite Works Office 1906 Main Street Y-2318 Work Oakland Avenue Edgewood 2482 THE DALLAS DISPATCH... Circulation The Greatest Gains Over All Local Newspapers The Circulation statements of the four Dallas newspaper show injr the average paid circulation for the nix months ending (V- tober 1 disclose the following interesting facts: THE DALLAS DISPATCH A gain of j THE DALLAS NEWS A gain of 2G63 THE DALLAS JOl'KNAL A gain of o THE DALLAS TIMES HERALD A less of 4f)i OF THE TOTAL ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 26 November 1920

The i li srg I 11 I LY Ki DP. GEOPGE FOX.DITOP GPffl SbVTfflES. VOL X NO. II. FORT WORTH-DALLAS TEXAS FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2C 1920. Price 5 Cents I . A History of Dallas In 1841 when that hardy pioneer John bank resources t i. . . i i i Now. 1 1900 1 7.251000 Bryan scratched his head shifted his sus- Nov. i iio 28.537.uo penders and selected as his home a camp on d!1 31' 1iVi8 : ill! " iej'ws the upper reaches of the Trinity naming it De- 31 1919 " " g'fj j ' deposits after George M. Dallas former Vice Pres- My 1 191s t 30.187.48 ident of the United States he builded bet- o!c. si' 1919 I";;".;;!""!;! miIwvm ter than he knew. Keeping step with the BANK clearings development of the Southwest Dallas has w """!.'!.".".' Jooioooiooo . . ... . . 1917 790312.779 grown from a sprawling village to a city is i.07.092.24 4 with a skyline which Collier's Weekly says 199 u31.379.1e1 is outclassed only by that of New York; a Dalla bank clearings during 1919 in- city supreme in its territory in commerc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 26 November 1920

Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday November 26 1920. Chamber of Commerce. This business is itemized roughly as follows: Automobile! and kindred line $193354000 Dry Goodi Millinery Clothing etc 78750000 Building Material! 47005000 Farm Implement! and Machinery 35000000 Cotton Seed Product! 26650000 Packing Houae Product! 20000000 Food Product! (Wholesale Grocerlei etc.) .. 357t0000 Saddlery Harneil Shoeflndlngi etc. 12500000 Flour 11000000 Wholeiale Produce 0 6500000 Crackeri Cakei Bread etc 4653000 Moving Picture Fllme and Acceaaorlei 10000000 Hardware and Heavy Machinery 9600000 Office Suppllea Book! Typewriter! etc 4400000 Musical Good! 6000000 Electrical Good! and Supplies 7150000 Drugi and Sundrle! 6500000 Furniture 3150000 Print Paper Stationery etc 2200000 Paper Baga Wrapping Paper Roofing Paper etc 4625000 Preue! Type Printing Material! 7M000 Ready Prlnta Plate! Engraving! 240000 Sporting Good! 4400000 Jewelry and Optical Good! 3300000 Candy and Confectionery 1925000 Bagging and T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 26 November 1920

Friday November 26 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Threi ber of Northern corporations are seeking Southwestern headquarters and the other is that Dallas has more buildings available for them this year than last. Dallas' build ing permits for 1919 were $14295520 and for the fiscal year ending May 1 1920 they reached $20881484 breaking all former records of the city. Dallas is the skyscrap- er center of the Southwest with 61 build- ings either completed or under construction six or more stories in height. Ten years ago the Praetorian Building was the only sky- scraper in Dallas or in Texas for that mat- ter. ; Among the larger buildings either recent- ly completed or under way are the 25-story Magnolia Petroleum Building; the Procter & Gamble Co. which is expending more than $2000000 on the first unit of its Dal- las' plant; the $1000000 addition to the Jefferson Hotel which will bring the capa- city of that hostelry up to 400 rooms ; the $1000000 twelve-story Dallas County State Bank bu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 26 November 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday November 26 1920. Four MMI Hickey-Freeman ;; CLOTHES FOR MEN ;;' ;; COMPLIMENTS OF ;; THE SHOW CLOTHES OF AMERICA ' WEILS Hurst Bros. Co. I ;; MAIN AT FIELD TEXAS' FINEST CLOTHES SHOP compliments FLOWERS FOR ALL I OCCASIONS WcbstCr Quality and Service f ft (OUR MOTTO" Grocery lo. I Lang Floral & Nursery Co. j; " ;; THE souths largest FLORAL HOUSE '' UIMMMItMMIIIIIIMMMMMMUtMMHttMtt Afternoon Tea specialists leather and findings Dansant JUNIOR BALLROOM rr-C?fo PlVvir Every Saturday Afternoon from 4 to 6 IVlirnHS' I HANK MILLER'S ADOLPHUS 1l ORCHESTRA The best dance music in the J ! ;; Southwest " ;; SHOE STORE SUPPLIES AND SHOE MACHINERY ADOLPHUS HOTEL (Forty Years Knowing How) S. KOENIGSBERG I! HOUSEHOLD GOODS MOVING PACKING & SHIPPING " TAILOR and Storage : IMPORTER Baggage :: Taxictbs :: Touring Cars ;; Phone Main 623 1304 'i Main St. Upstair ; BAGGAGE Checked -Through to Destination Our Office Adolphus ; ;; notel ;;

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 26 November 1920

Friday November 26 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Five and distribution of saddlery harness and cotton gin machinery. Dallas is the third largest farm imple- ment and machinery depot in the Nation. Dallas leads the Southwest as a distribu- tor of dry goods automobiles tires tubes and accessories motor trucks paper office supplies musical goods building materials heavy hardware jewelry and optical goods sporting goods soda fountains electrical goods and many other lines. Dallas is the leading insurance center of the Southwest all branches of insurance being represented with Southwestern head- quarters in the city. Dallas is the leading market-place of Texas a State that produced $2500000000 worth of new wealth in 1919 or $2500 worth of each family of five. Dallas has the largest State Fair in the Union with $2225000 invested in build- ings and grounds. Approximately 1000000 pass through the gates of the State Fair an- nually. In connection with the State Fair this fall October 9 to 24 was ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 26 November 1920

Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday November 28 1920. ARE YOU CONTEMPLATING BUYING FURNITURE If so now is the time Assortments are complete and Prices have been adjusted downward. A WORD TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT Rodgers-Meyers The Criterion Homefurnishers Visit the News Journal Plant when in Dallas You're Always Welcome i'J.j D - Honest Aboveboard Circulation Based on "Audit Bureau of Cir- culations" Report i. Plant of A. H. BELO & CO Publishers Dallas. Your Newspapers Wtt jlallal Jfonrraj Jttofl l nm m ii Donmirjn coaiiii mmmt RMPWfWH'UIIN mm MB Mt M Wi4 tum Boai rtnii m m mu rt . .7Xjaj - 5 0 ' 200.000 A T FAIR SUSDA Y THE PALLAS JOURNAL hu ma rwo . f X 1 V N!ueiauiuaimiin wra ro U? . A hlKIIMlll Mint r "Vk J .mm ob ramM ESTIMATED 200.000 CHILDREN AT FAIR Uioumoi lTOKCTta iw . iw BIGGEST CROWD nnuU 0N "CORD IS rACIING FAR! r M n I M M M More than comon newspapers they are the spirit of Texas and Dallas with whom they have grown up. Quickest most far reaching and reliable news servi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 26 November 1920

Friday November 26 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR The Tragic Situation of the Jews In Poland A STRIKING DESCRIPTION BY AN AMERICAN OFFICER The New York Globe has the follow- ing ipecial correspondence by Major Sanford Griffith an American officer in Poland: Warsaw Poland: (By Mail). "If it were not for American aid a fourth of the Jewish population here in Pol- and would have atarved" a prominent Jewish physician hero in Warsaw re- marked to me. "My visits to the Ghetto here and in towns on the line of the Bolshevist advance fully confirmed the accuarcy of this statement There can be no doubt that a large number of the 6- 000000 Jews in Poland would have gone under and that nearly as large a number who have r.ot the good for- tune to have relatives in America are at present in various stages of starva- tion. "The immediate effect of hunger are hard to measure. They show them- selves in undergrowth apathy arrett- ed mental development. These are all characteristic of the Jewish popula- tio...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 26 November 1920

Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday November 26 1020 Our Apparel For Autumn Portrays New Fashions at their Best - A superb collection of Suits and Street Dresses Frocks for Teas Dinners Dances and the Smartest Togs for outdoor wear. Each garment shown has been chosen to compliment the loveliness of each particular type of womanhood. MENS' AND YOUNG MENS' FALL SUITS AND OVERCOATS We've solved the Clothes problem for men with all wool fabrics sound workmanship perfect fit and style in guar- anteed garments. Wise Planning has Made Possible Wise Priceings which will be found unusually satisfactory CANGER BROQ DALLAS TEXAS Temple Lumber Co. Building Materials of all Kinds 2428 S. Harwood St. f Inc. "The Worlds Safest Milk1" Tennessee Dairy Routes cover every block in Dallas Highland Park and Mount Auburn. Phones Y-4173 Y-1858 Y-1822 HOME FURNITURE COMPANY Dallas Newest Furniture Store Elm at Preston Street Have on display at all times a complete line of FURNITURE & RUGS PENINSULAR GAS ST...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 26 November 1920

Friday November 26 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Nina Wise Accuses Ford of Libeling ews j Rabbi Denounces Automobile Manu- factum for Hia Attack on Race. Says Charges Are False. Sees Spirit of the Incendiary Appeal to Racial Prejudice Condemned. In the course of his address at Car negie Hall before the Free Synagogue recently on "Henry Ford's Challenge and a Jew'a Reply" Wr. Wise said: "Henry Ford's series of articles in The Dearborn Independent now re- printed in pamphlet form under the heading "The World's Foremost Problem: The International Jew' i3 not so much a challenge to the Jew as an affront to public opinion as an in- suit to every public decency. Before the war and the state of psychic dis- turbance which it has brought about not even a Henry Ford would have dared to publish material resting for ' the most part upon the so-called Proc- tocols a forgery so clumsy so stupid so obvious that none save Henry Ford could be deceived thereby. "The very title of the pamphlet "The World'...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 26 November 1920

Ten . THE JEWISH MONITOR Telephones S. W. M. 5257 Auto. Y. 5257 ADOLPHUS AUTO RENT GO. TOURING CARS AND LIMOUSINES S. D. Ray Mgr. 1320-26 Commerce Street DALLAS TEXAS AND Skillern & Son 1312 Commerce Adolphus Pharmacy 601 Commerce Adolphus Main Lobby 901 Commerce Cigar Stand Adolphus Junior Lobby Cigar Stand The Adolphus "Spa" Dallas' New Select Meeting Place for the Smart Set. Spa drinks confections sandwiches salads music and service demonstrate the famous Skillern Way of doing things exactly right. your patronage at any Skillern establishment is always Appreciated. -"Thank You" Friday November 26 1920 DAVIS For 20 years the Davis Hat Company has served prominent dealers all over the Southwest. The present great business of this company has been built on its abilities to serve all classes of patrons who buy good merchandise. If you take pains to ask for a DAVIS HAT when you next buy you will be repaid. Davis Hat Co. DALLAS Quality Fixtures r K- in " It Designers and Manufactur...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 26 November 1920

' Friday November 26 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Eleven An American Commission In Europe A Story of How the Envoys the He brew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society of America Sent to Europe Hare Brought Order Out of Chaos Have Reunited Families Separated by the War and Infused Hope into Hearts Embittered by Untold Sufferings. Mr. Leon Kamaiky One of the Socie- ty's Commissioners Issues Detailed Report of the Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society's Activ- ity in Europe. Mr. Leon Kamaiky who went to Europe early in February together with Mr. Jacob Masscl and Mr. Louis Busker their Secretary in behalf of the Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society of America and returned recently has now issued a detailed report of their activity while in Po- land. The report reads like a novel in that it tells of accomplishing what was deemed the impossslble in its story of how American Jews through the Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society have succeeded in reunit- ing American citizens ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 26 November 1920

Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday November 26 1920. TEXAS PRODUCTS for TEXAS PEOPLE SHOULD BE THE SLOGAN We are producing an equal if not SUPERIOR line of Crack- ers Biscuits and Cakes to that produced anywhere in the world and largely from Texas raw materials and Texas la- bor. Up-to-date methods and every known equipment are em- ployed in making our products absolutely wholesome and healthful. If you want the best insist on Brown's Liberty Bell Crackers and Cakes Makers of Texas Girl Chocolates BROWN CRACKER & CANDY CO. AUSTIN EL PASO FORT WORTH DALLAS HOUSTON SAN ANTONIO We Are Agents for Some of the Leading Manufacturers in the United States J. W. Jenkins Shoe Company WHOLESALE BOOTS AND SHOES 1209-1211 Commerce St. DALLAS TEXAS DODGE BROTHERS Closed Car The convertible Sedan adjusts itself to all seasons and all weathers and to every purpose social or business of the entire household. IT WILL I'AY YOU TO VISIT US AND EXAMINE THIS CAR. The gasoline consumption is unusually lo...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 26 November 1920

Friday November 26 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Thirteen Aid Society of America New York's Old Landmark Brought to Life Once More. "The Hebrew Sheltering and Immi- grant Aid Society of America has perhaps done the largest things for the Jews of America." Jacob H. Schiff. Everybody in New York has heard of its famous landmark the Astor Li- brary building which was abandoned by the city nine years ago when the new Public Library on Fifth Avenue and 42nd street was opened. Last January however the name of the Astor Library once more began to be rumored throughout New York every body spoke of its having been pur- chased through the unremitting ef- forts of Harry Fischel treasurer of the Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society of America since its very inception and chairman of its Build- ing Committee to be the Society's new home. The Cries of Distress. Thousands of letters had been com- ing to this country since the armistice but the husbands fathers and the brothers were helpless. Eac...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 26 November 1920

Furten THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday November 26 1920. 1 Compliments of Nelson's Praetorian Pharmacy Trinity Lumber Co. Dealers in To Patrons and Friends The Management Extends to Each of You a MERRY CHRISTMAS AND WISHES FOR YOU A HAPPY NEW YEAR OLD MILL QUEEN "Home of Paramount Realart Pictures" HIPPODROME Fiva Acts of Pantages' "Coast to Coast" Vaudeville JEFFERSON Five Acts Loew Vaudeville CRYSTAL "Popular with the People"' To Our Customers Lumber Haskell 4161 BUILDING MATERIAL Main at Pacific and Washington Aves. Get the most for your money out of the gas you use. Make your gas bills thrift bills. We will gladly help you to do this by aiding you in choos- ing the most economical gas appliances and tell- ing you how to avoid waste by using them intelli- gently. Waste of gas means big bills complaints investi- gations rechecking letter writing delayed pay- ments and other expenses and worst of all it means dissasitfied customers. Satisfied customers are worth more to us than any reven...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 26 November 1920

Friday November 26 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Fifteen adequate to give them tempoary shel- ter and it is the duty of.every Jew and Jewess in America to give as much as they can afford and more to make it possible for us to go on with the work and complete this new home for our brothers and sisters who come to America their new fa- therland. It is our duty towards our co-religionists towards . ourselves and towards America." Mr. Fischel added that part of the building will be completed by the first of the year and that the entire building will be finished during the early part of the spring before the Passover Holidays provided tha Jews of America respond and contrib- ute liberally to the Building Fund. American Jewry Will Do Its Duty. By Rev. J. Frank Norris. For the first time in nearly three thousand years has all Palestine been under the dominion of one Jewish ru- ler! This was actually and officially brought to pass Sept 1 1920. Sir Herbert Samuel a Jew is the "high commissioner" ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 26 November 1920

Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday November 20 1920. DREYFUSS -the BUY word for Men's Clothes COMPLIMENTS OF THE J. W. CROWDUS DRUG CO IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF Drugs and Druggists Sundries 1508-10-12-14 Commerce St. DALLAS TEXAS GIFTS Expressing by their beauty and utility the kindly thoughtfulness and good taste of the giver. This holiday season we present the most fascinating and varied offering of the latest and best in Electrical Gifts ever offered in Dallas. Exquisitely designed Electric Table Ware. Dainty Boudoir Lamps. Distinctive Table and Floor Lamps. Useful lasting labor-saving Household Appliances. We have but one business Electrical Service. Let us suggest assist and serve you in solving your gift problems. APPLIANCE DEPARTMENT Dallas Power & Light Company X-8080 INTERURBAN BUILDING X-8080

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