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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

Friday, November 26, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Twenty-Seven " CONGREGATION EMANU-EL , The beginnings of Congregation Emanu-El can be traced back to a - movement begun in the year 1871, to meet the need which the residents of Dallas felt for a centre of their Jew ish devotional life. But it was only on the first of July, 1872, that at a meet ing of the Jewish people an organiza tion was formed under the name of The Hebrew Benevolent Association. The organizers of this society were Moses Ullman, Alex Sanger, A. J. Rosenfield, Dr. E. M. Tillman, H. Goldstein, F. H. Baum, L. Jonas, B. Meyer, A. Dreyfuss, A. Prince and G. Burgower. On New Year and the Day of Atonement of the same year the newly formed congregation held ser vices. At about the same time the cemeiery on a Kara street was acquir ed and remained the cemetery of Con gregation Emanu-El until the year 1886. The first Sepher Torah was bought for the congregation in 1874 and in the same year out of this nu cleus Congregation Emanu...

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. — 26 November 1920

Twenty-Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, November 26, 1920. HURRY BACK STATIONS I I Pccommenr(clliif j moionsir ail 1 ia ij URIP AUTO 0ILf. jj ORIENTAL OIL COMPANY-Dollar Commerce & Prather Sts. 135 N. Lancaster St. Zcmgs & Marsalii Ross & Hall Ervay & Sanger 2421 Cedar Springs ::: OFFICE FURNITURE ::: Yawman & Erbe Wood and Steel Filing Cabinets STANDARD Desks Taylor Chairs Office Supplies Always A Good Show Stewart Office Supply Co. Phones X3G4.Y0384 1919 Main St. Presenting" the very essence of the best to be had in all the vaudeville world.

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

THE J EW IS II MONITOR Friday, November 26, 1920. . . . . , (Continued from' Page 25). Washington, D. C, on Oct. 13 of this year, in the course of which the fol lowing unmistakable language is used: "The toleration of persecution, whether social or political, based on religious differences, is incompatible with brotherhood or the essential spirit of Christ" Challenge to Christians. It Is therefore a challenge to the Christian pulpits of America. Are they ready to fight that form of the devil as they are any other form of anti-Christiaity? That is the chal lenge to yon who believe with all your hearts in the man of Galilee and in his teachings of love and gentleness and mercy. What will you of the Christian pulpits do with all the pow er of your voice and influence? Will you, after clear proof, brand these documents a brazen forgery! The Christian in England has done so. Will the American Christian, even be latedly, do sot Will you brand as an outrageous lie that there exists a body,...

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. — 26 November 1920

Thirty THE JEWISH MONITOR A GUARANTEED Land Tide MEANS A SAFE INVESTMENT Stewart Title Guaranty Co. MAIN AND FIELD STREETS STATE DISTRIBUTORS UNIVERSAL WINDGUARDS ATTRACTIVENESS AND INDIVIDUALITY MARK THE ACCESSORIES FROM THE STANDARD AUTO . SUPPLY COMPANY Corner Ervay and Jackson DALLAS, TEXAS SUN VISORS FENDER MIRRORS BUMPERS . Friday, November 26, 1920. Western Indemnity Company HOME OFFICE: DALLAS, TEXAS CASH CAPITAL $300,000.00 ASSETS OVER $l,700,00Gf WRITING ACCIDENT AND HEALTH PLATE GLASS RESIDENCE BURGLARY AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION era Fidelity and Surety Bonds PATRONIZE A HOME INDUSTRY Greater 4 Jefferson Hotel ABSOLUTELY FIRE-PROOF OPPOSITE NEW UNION STATION s and FERRIS PLAZA 300 ROOMS TUB BATH 50 ROOMS SHOWER 100 ROOMS SANITARY TOILET and LAVATORIES RATES $1.50 AND UP NEW ADDITION TO BE OPENED ABOUT FEB. 1, 1921 MODERN CONVENIENT SERVICE CHAS. A. MANGOLD, Manager.

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

Friday, November 26, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Thirty-One t clothes and mostly without any mon ey. There is no provision for their proper shelter, and while waiting for transportation they consume the lit tle money that they have and then are unable to get any further. They cannot go back and they cannot go forward. The result is that they are accumulating in those cities, and, having no permission to stay, they are ground to dust. Every day some one of them jumps into the Danube river. "As I walked through Vienna and Pressburg, dozens of these 'chaluz im,' having discovered my identity, followed me in the streets and beg ged for some help to get to Palestine, and with tears explained to me the terrible story of their sufferings and how they are unable to go forward, to go back, or to stay where they are, for the government does not permit them to remain in these cities, hav ing only admitted them on the under standing that they were to proceed to Palestine. "The Palestine amount in ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

Thirty-Two T H E j EW I S H MONITOR" Friday, November 26, 1920. Compliments of Dallas Cotton Mills To be Efficient in time of peace or war it is necessary to have perfect rest. Insist upon your dealer giving you a DALTEX SPRING BED and be assured of this necessary restful sleep. For Sale by all leading dealers throughout Texas. DALTEX SPRING BED CO. DALLAS, TEXAS RESERVED PRESTIGE CONFIDENCE and REGARD EARLY half a century of exalted service has endowed . the City Bank with a traditional prestige.- Promises always redeemed ; obligations never evaded, have inspired a public confidence that matches in depth the breadth of its fame; and unfailing courtesy, rising from a genuine interest in the customer's well-being, has blessed it with the lasting friendship of those with whom it deals. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK MAIN AT MURPHY SINCE 1873 0 ;

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

Friday, November 26, 1920. T H E J EW ISH MONITOR Forward By Rabbi David Lefkowitz, Dallas, Texas. Without the formality of an instal lation service which I understand is to be carried out next fall in connec 0 tion with the dedication of this Tem ple, this is really my installation ser mon and must in some way sound the keynote of my ministry here in Eman uel and Dallas. It is therefore to me a solemn hour. I still have in my ears and heart the words of love with which my own congregation B'nai Yeshurun and the city of Dayton bade me fare- well and here the words of welcome (Q have been wanting neither in sinceri ty or warmth. My ministry in Dayton, however, unworthy, yet has brought me and mine the fruit of real love and respect from my own people and the city generally. May I hope and pray that at least a measure of what came to me in Dayton may crown my work and ministry here in Dallas. Such is my heartfelt prayer unto the God of our fathers to whose service my en tire life is d...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

Thirty-Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, November 26, 1920. COMPLIMENTS- Otis Elevator Co. Dallas - Texas HOWE SCALES THE EVERLASTING KIND HOWE QUALITY Refrigerators The Ice Saving Kind HERRING-HALL-MARVIN Safes "The Fire-Proof Kind" The Howe Scale Co. 600 S. ERVAY Y-4998 DALLAS You Know Your Own Business We Know Our Business Our Business Is PRINTING We solicit your patronage Monitor Printing Company BATTERY FACTS No man knows and understands the significance of the improve ments embodied in the EVER EADY non-Sulphating Battery now doubts its superiority. No "sulphation," no plate buckling, no internal short circuits, life and ca pacity guaranteed. Let us tell you about the EVEREADY and the guarantee behind it. Free Examination Free Water Any Battery Any Time EVEREADY Service Station 431 South Ervay St. Phone Y-1561 t9i PHILLIPS & HALL ICE AND FUEL DEALERS Kindly Solicts a Share of Your Patronage PROMPT AND EFFICIENT SERVICE Phones E-1913 J-6913 1721 Kelly Avenue 287-9 West 10th F...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, November 26, 1920. gentlemen to work together for the purpose of affecting a lasting organ ization, and build a synagogue where services should be held at least on every Sabbath. On the suggestion of Mr. S. L. Meyer, one of the three still living charter members, it was decided to 0!ame the new congregation "Shaar ith Israel," which means "The Rem nant of Israel," and is taken from the Prophet Zcphania 111:13, where be says: "The remnant of Israel shall not do iniquity." When the number of those enthus isastic workers reached twenty, an application was made, on April 2nd, 1886, to J. W. Bained, the then Sec lOfctary of State, for the State of Texas, for a charter. The petitioners respectfully asked "that they be granted a charter for the purpose of establishing a Church (meaning syn agogue), and the maintenance of a private cemetery." Of the following l!st of names in scribed on the Charter, only three, Mr. M. Wasserman, Mr. S. L. Meyer and L. Goldman, are...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

Thirty-Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, November 26, 1920. !! Piggly Wiggly HEADQUARTERS FOR Everything Good to Eat DISTINCTION ACHIEVED IN TONE QUALITY THE INSTRUMENT OF QUALITY SONORA CLEAR AS A BELL has reached the highest standard of per fection having been awarded this dictinc tion at the Panama-Pacific Exposition. No matter whether you hear the Sonora first or last in quality of tone, beauty of ap pearance and remarkable features of con struction you will be convinced that it is the PHONOGRAPH SUPREME Come and choose yours from a compleU line of upright and period models. THE SONORA SHOP 1707 Elm St Earle D. Behrends, Pres. and Mgr. U. S. Coffee & Tea Co. 1621 ELM ST., DALLAS, TEXAS . IMPORTERS and ROASTERS of the FINEST COFFEES GROWN TEA, SPICES and FANCY GROCERIES Hargreaves Co. OFFICE EQUIPMENT BLANK BOOKS LITHOGRAPHING PRINTING EMBOSSING STATIONERY TO ORDER Pictures and Picture Framing 1012 Elm St. Corner Factory Swiss 1013 Main St. main and Preston and Cantegral i 4 Chr...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

Friday, November 26, 1020. THE JEWISH MONITOR Thirty-Seven A mass meeting of our Jewish com munity was called. The thought, fath er to the deed, was unanimously en dorsed and a Hospital Committee, composed of our leading business men, permanently organized. This committee has the authority to push the project ahead and the new season 0 will find many of our members serv- . ing on various committees, to build this beautiful memorial to humanity in the City of Dallas. A gift of the Jewish people, "The Flower of That Spirit which Animates the Council of Jewish Women." The friendly calls as well as hos pital and sick visiting is still carried , on, and offers many opportunities to Q develop that needed requisite in every nature "Personal Service." Tho Communal and Civic report embraces much welfare work. Assist ance has been given to the Baby Camp, Working Girls Lodge, Tag Day, Health and Recreation Centers, Fed eration Camp for Working Girls. To the camp the Council sent subscrip tions...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

Thirty-Eight T H E J EW ISH MONITOR Friday, November 26, 1920. Trinity Fuel Co. COAL AND WOOD BEST AND CHEAPEST Yard: 113 South Washington Avenue Your Patronage Will Be Appreciated DALLAS TENT & AWNING CO. WD'D?S () Tents j 2620 Main Street ' Dallas, Texas ; ECONOMY IS THE WATCHWORD OF TIMES Conserve your resources by purchasing QUALITY. You will eliminate maintenance by specifying WOLFF PLUMBING FIXTURES IN YOUR BUILDINGS. L. Wolff Mfg. Co. of Texas Show Room, Preston and Pacific DALLAS, TEXAS The General Cord Tire Goes Along Way to Make Friends The General tire is ready to go along way to make friends with you. Our service and General tires for every pleasure and com mercial car need yours for the asking. TRINITY TIRE &. SERVICE CO. Dan D. Rogers President Tel.;Y-5050 D.T.Ray F. E. Armstrong .Vice President Secretary-Treas. CONCORDIAN CLUB. The Concordian Club is the em bodiment of the oldest' club in Dal las composed of Jewish young men and women. This club was originat e...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

Friday, November 26, 1920. T H E J EW ISH MONITOR Thirty-Nine ,-; .1 j L CHAS. KAUFMAN President First Roumanian Congrega tion, Dallas. VILNA OBTAINS FOOD. Vilna: (By I. J. P. B.) The first transport of foodstuffs sent as a gift of the people of Poland arrived here BEN ARLON President Tifereth Israel Congrega tion, Dallas. this morning. The local government of Vilna is sued its own postage stamps. BALACHOVITCH'S OUTRAGES SURPASS ALL IMAGINATION. Philutzky Makes Facts Public and Ap peal to the World. Warsaw: (By I. J. P. B.) Noah Pril utzky, formerly a member of the Po lish Diet and a well-known journalist, publishes an article in "Der Moment" a Yiddish newspaper published here, in which he depicts many details of General Balachovitch's attempt to "liberate" Russia. Pogroms perpetrat ed by the general's armies in the towns of Plotnitza and Stachov were so terrific and cruel that in the story of anti-Jewish outrages there cannot be found a parallel. Plotnitza was reached by Balachov i...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

Forty T H E J EW ISH MONITOR Friday, November 26, 1920.' Montgomery Fuel Company Wood si Coal A hearty welcome, a pletsant smile Good food to eat, make life worth while Such is the foundation and policy THE GOLDEN PHEASANT RESTAURANT 140412 Main St. DALLAS, TEXAS THE NOURISHING DRINK GRAINO A CEREAL BEVERAGE WITH THE REAL TASTE FOR DYEING, CLEANING, PRESSING, CALL J. 6077 MILLER DYE WORKS Oldest Established, Newest riant WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Young and Ervay Second and Grand G W eictisel Company KODAKS and FINISHING STATIONARY and OFFICE SUPPLIES 1611 Main St E.G. MARLOW, Mgr. THOS. MONTGOMERY, Mgr. Phone Haskell 4043 YARD Haskell Ave. and Santa Fe R. R. SERVICE QUALITY The Jones Lumber Co LONG LEAF PINE LUMBER LUMBER SASH, DOORS, BLINDS CEMENT and ROOFING Telephone Y-5699 Y-5690 2514 Commerce WE DID THE METAL WORK ON TEMPLE EMANU-EL and SAARITH OF ISRAEL Dallas Heating & Ventilating Company H. STANYER, Manager WARM AIR FURNACES, VENTILATING SYSTEMS, COOLING SYSTEMS, SHEET METAL ...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

Friday, November 26, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Forty-One (Continued from Page 37) Secretary and Treasurer, Mm. Sol Kaufman. THE FEDERATED JEWISH CHARITIES. Charity activities among the Jews of Dallas were developed very early. Several institutions, such as the He brew Benevolent Society, Ladies' Or thodox Society and many individuals responded liberally to every cause of destitution and suffering that came to their notice. Help was given indiscrim inately in keeping with the traditions of Judaism. However, with the growth of the city and the corresponding in crease of applicants, charity work be came complicated. It led in many in stances to a duplication of work, in still others it encouraged indirectly through the lack of any underlying scientific prnciplc, pauperism and idle scientific principle, pauperism and idleness. More and more the need of consolidating all social and individual efforts in the charity field became par amount. The problem of a Federation was forcing a solutio...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

Forty-Two T H E J EW ISH MONITOR Friday, November 26, 1920. METAL CAR TICKETS G.E.FRANKLIN D.L.MICHAELS E.T.FRANKLIN FRANKLIN TOP & PAINT COMPANY Telephone Y-5464 2501-3-5 Main St. DALLAS, TEXAS JOHNSON PAINT & PAPER CORPORATION THE ORIGINAL CUT RATE STORE The Store that Sells the Best Goods for the Least Mdney. OUR GUARANTEE We positively will refund your money in full and pay freight or express charges both ways on any goods returned to us in good shape. Our absolute guarantee stands behind any and all goods sold by us, to be exactly as we represented them. JOHNSON PAINT & PAPER CORPORATION 1606-08 Commerce St. Phones: X-3330 and Y-3696 Open All Day and Part of the Night. We Deliver Are provided for the convenience of Dallas Railway Company patrons. They are easy to carry and save you time. TRANSFERS Are good for 15 minutes after time punched on dial. Patrons should board the first car at first transfer point. RIDE A STREET CAR AND BE SAFE! DALLAS RAILWAY CO. Interurba...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

Friday, November 26, 1920. T H E J EW ISH MONITOR Forty-Three medan chaplain remained modestly without any ahow of boisterousness. Then somebody ,at a moment of hil arity, suggested that the chaplains sing. The rabbi refused but the Mo hammedan "mufti" began to chant one of his sentimental Oriental melodies, nasal, and not unlike the Chassidic songs. The assembly thought it a good joke and the poor Mohammedan preacher hung his head in shame. He realized that he was being made fun of and felt very much out of place in the hilarious crowd. But then his eyes met the eyes of the rabbi and it is here where he found love and under standing and purity, so sadly wanting that day from the officers' table, in cluding its Catholic priests. Jewish officers in the Austrian ar my when divided into provinces of origin,' belonged principally to three groups: Galicians, Hungarians and "Westerner," from present Czecho slovakia and natives of Vienna. Hun garian Jews were a better type of man physicall...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

' Forty-Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, November 26, 1920. i DRINK ELECTRIFIED WATER "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" FLORAL DECORATORS Mas .Floral. Company Ross and Masten Streets H. F. GREVE, Proprietor. Mc B. CLARKE, Pres. & Treas. R. L. WEIGNON, Secy. Oak Cliff Planing Mill & M'fg. Co. High-Grade Mill Work "OUR HOBBY" Phone Cliff 1613 700 S. Ewing Avenue DALLAS, TEXAS We Did the Work for Temple Emanu-El. Phones Belle II-6G02 Auto. Y-250 1 PULLIAM TRANSFER & STORAGE COMPANY FIRE-PROOF STORAGE FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS ONLY Experienced Men for Hauling, Storing, Packing and Shipping all Classes of Household Goods Floyd, Hawkins and Pacific Avenues DALLAS, TEXAS MOORE & CO. Wholesale DOORS, SASH, MOULDINGS, .ETC. Retail Lime, Cement, Plaster, Laths, Building Paper, Fire Brick. Clay, Sash Weights and Cord, Acme Cement Plaster, Rubber Roofing. 400-406 Main St. Phones S. W. X-282; Auto. Y-1377 DALLAS, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF The Troy Laundry Co, "CAREFUL, CLASSY, CLEANERS of CLOTHES" 2525 ...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

Friday, November 26, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Forty-Five the next year build a large and well appointed Synagogue building. The Congregation has an active La dies' Auxiliary, of which Mrs. Bertha Schachman, President; Mrs. Morris Ablon, Vice-President; Mrs. H. Hieze ker, Secretary; Mrs. T. Tobolowsky, Financial Secretary,' Mrs. Ben Ablon, Treasurer. HERBERT MARCUS PreHident of Emanu-EI Congregation. Mr. Herbert Marcus was born some forty years ago in the city of Louis ville, Ky., and in 1803 his family re moved to Dallas. By dine of industry, determination and a large amount of native genius Mr. Marcus steadily forged forward until he and Mr. A. L. Nieman developed one of the most ar tistic as well as widespread businesses in Dallas and all the southwest, the Nieman Marcus Co. Prominent in all the important un dertaking along lines of civic improve ment in Dallas, he has really gained signal honors as President of Temple Emanu-EI. For he accepted the pres idency in the most critical...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

Forty-Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, November 26, 1920. OFFICERS HENRY ELY BEN GRINSTEIN T. E. MILHOLLAND K. BERTUCCI Who, Me? Yes, I have all my clothes dyed, cleaned and press- eu in iCiiiiiti , une ui miC8t uuu iiiicsi. plants in the South serving retail and wholesale trade throughout Texas. Send them your work. fkfi. Cleaning & Dyeing Co. CARROLL at COLUMBIA DALLAS, TEXAS Neiman-Marcus Co. "The Store of Individual Shops" . The South's Most Beautiful and Destinctive Apparel for Women garments of that illusive charm and individuality that marks the world's best dressed women. --- t : 4 4 Federal Glass & Paint Co. MEMORIAL CHURCH WINDOWS A SPECIALTY PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS MIRRORS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS WE ALSO RESILVER MIRRORS The Memorial Windows of Temple Emanuel Designed and Installed by Us. 1709-11 N. Market St. i; i t t Phones X-6146 DALLAS X-6147 Y-5023 COMPLIMENTS OF Will Horton County Assessor COMPLIMENTS OF F. H. Alexander Justice of the Peace Precinct No. 1, Place No...

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