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Page 39 [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 for the...

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Page 40 [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- ed...

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Page 41 [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 42 [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 SPECIALISTS DALLA...

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Page 43 [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 solution ...

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Page 44 [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. Interurban Bu...

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Page 45 [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 physically an...

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Page 46 [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 Elm Street DALLAS TEXAS. ...

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Page 47 [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 perio...

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Page 48 [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. 1 TIRES...

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Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 26 November 1920

Friday November 26 1920. T H E J EW ISH MONITOR Forty-Seven Mlon alone there were 14 )00 of them and in the Argonne Forest this division captured 54 German guns. This shows that at Argonne the Jew ish boys from the United States fought for democracy as Joshua fought against the Amalekites on the plains of Abraham. In an address Oon the so-called "Lost Battallion" led by Colonel Whittlesey of Pittafield Major General Alexander shows the fighting stuff these Jewish boys were made of. In some way or another Whittlesey'! command was surround- ed. They were short of rations. They tried to get word hack to the rear telling of their plight They tried and they tried but their men never got through. Paralysis and stupefi- cation and despair were in the air. And when the hour was darkest and all seemed lost a soldier lad stepped forward and said to Colonel Whittle- sey: "I will try to get through." He tried he was wounded he had to creep and crawl but he got through. Today he wears the Distin...

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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 26 November 1920

Forty-Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Fridoy November 26 1920. t .v'.'...''.'.'.'.1;.1 ' 1 1 ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 11111 " The Inter-racial Council 2M Broadway. N.Y. TO THE FOREIGN BORN You have brought to America your racial talents industry strength and love of libertybut Your hands are tied by ignorance of the English language. Get rid of these fetters and then you can help make America great and strong and beautiful. Learn the English language. MMtMMniMMMIMMMMMMMMMHttMMMtMMMMMUMMl

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Page 51 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 26 November 1920

Friday November 26 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Forty-Nine EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS TKt Rabbi Martin Zlalonka . Rabbi David LafkowlU Rabbi David Roaanbaum Rabbi Hanry Cohan Rabbi A. Warna Rabbi A. E. Abramowlts Rabbi Wolfa Maeht EDITORIAL EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Oklahoma Rabbi Joa. Blalt Rabbi Morrla Tailor Rabbi Chaa. B. Lata Arkanaaa Rabbi Laonard Rothataln Rabbi Joaaph H. ttoll Loulalana Rabbi A. Brill Rabbi Harry A. Marflald RABBI GEORGE FOX Editor THE JEWISH CONGRESS CONTROVERSY. We published last week an open letter from Mr. Abraham Schomer and hia associates on the Congress Committee. Mr. Schomer takes the position that we and others like us ought to be in the lead in this movement instead of opposing it. The Congress Committee is in error if it believes that it is be- cause of fear largely that we op- pose this movement. That we do fear its consequences to a cer- tain degree is correct. But there is a much larger element than fear involved in this matter. Mr. Schomer states that "a...

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Page 52 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 26 November 1920

Fifty THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday November 26 1920. . as far as we are concerned and we don't for a minute believe this but it will not settle it as far as . the religious question bears on others. Mr. Schomer is to our mind greatly mistaken when he says that "all the talk of ethnic relig ious political economic and oth- er similar causes underlying the Jewish Question is pompus nothingness." His ideas' on the matter of what he calls "Head- ship and Self" we will treat in our next issue. On that side of the question there is much to be said. I NEWS FROM DALLAS FORT WORTH NEWSl Mr. Sol Jacobs of Tulsa spent a few days in the city during the past week. He was called to the bedside of his father Mr. H. Jacobs. Miss Sara Carb kindergartner and active civic and Temple worker pass- ed away last Thursday evening after a lingering illness. Miss Carb was one of the most beloved women in Fort Worth and a host of sorrowing friends mourn her loss. She was one of the pioneer kindergarten teachers ...

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Page 53 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 26 November 1920

Friday November 26 1920. TEE JEWI8H MONITOR Fifty-One Why Pay More? V 3 vii xvu WtVJLl. ftVt LJLJL UVOL JLTltCiU. Made with Pure Milk Large Loaves ... 15c Small Loaves ... 10c I have the Best Fruit Cake that can Ever be Made $1.00 Per Pound in Cakes of All Sizes Mixed Gut Fruit to make your own cake $1 00 Per Pound a To Our Many Friends who used to Send us Mail Orders We will say that we Fill Mail Orders Promptly the Same Day Received No Mail Order filled for less than ONE DOLLAR. We Specialize in Baking Pompernickel Poppe Seed Rolls Egg Twist Pure Rye Bread Good Bread being the Staff of Life Its Worth Going Out of Your Way To Keep Your Digestive Organ from Going Wrong. Gootgeld Bake ry g )i LOUIS GOOTGELD Sole Owner 1005 HOUSTON STREET LAMAR 4993

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Page 54 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 26 November 1920

Fifty-Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday November 26 1920. THEJEWISHMONITOR PUBLISHED WKEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 'Phene Uinw M0 DR. OIORQE FOX EDITOR LOU I MORRIS.. ...... Business Manager U. M. C1WP Circulation Manager Offloara Dr. George Fox Prealdent hn Llpehlts Viee-Presldent Louis Morris Secretary-Treasurer Tha editor la not responsible (or vlawa ex- pressed by eontrlbutora. Anonymous letters will receive no consideration. Entered In tha Fort Worth Poatoffloa as aeond Claaa Mall Uattar by tha Moni- tor Publiahlnf Company. JEWISH CALENDAR WSL1920 Naw Taara Ev Sun. Sept. II Tom Klppur Wad. Sept. 12 Buccoth (First Day) . ...Mon. Sept 17 Buccoth (Last Day flhlmlnl- Ataereth) Mon. Oct 4 81mchatch Torah Tuea. Oct Roach-Chodeach Cheavan Wed. Oct 1 Roach-Chodeech Klilev ..Frl. Nov. 11 Chanukah (Feaat of Dedlca- tlon ..) Mon. Dec. Rosch-Chodesch Tebeth..8un. ..Deo. 11 Fast of Tebeth Tuea. Deo. 11 SM1-1921 Roach-Chodeach Bhebat ....Mon. Jan. 10 Roaoh-Chodeach Adar Wed. Feb. I Roach-...

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Page 55 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 26 November 1920

Friday November 26 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Fifty-Three THE STATE OF TEXAS B.if t. J0 C'im n C-J881. B..l?iu .V hreby commanded to make Prbn.0h.tdh'fcufii!! n om " paper published In aald County for four coneecut ve week prevloueto the first h.r.o?y SKS" 2i th- re S?n day hnttnVrerA" Smith whoae residence la unknown and be and LnnA. hereln mentlonal to M and appear before the aaid District th.1 n!.Vth Ju1"clttl D1 of Tex-' Km ..nex4 re"ular term thereof to be Fort Uor rSnX' "I tnen 'nd tner to answer the SU5'?S1-.Uon .of th State of Texaa! mi In lf Uh 0n th6 7th of July lhS'r. 2 fSido.a0Ve. "umbered cause wherein the State of Texaa la Plaintiff and the hereinbefore named parties di. ff?!ii .at.Lho. are now delinquent and 114 m rf?.-'..8.11- taXM mounting to in;if.!liunty taXM amounting to $28.45. n i?' D?"lt)f mounting to 10 per U.?f ld " 'or the yeara Inclid- M 'Ln.Ce. th' W 1912' for wh'ch the .ar d8"nquent together with per cent Interest on aald taxea from the ill.. y '""ry next ...

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Page 56 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 26 November 1920

j Fifty-Four THE JEWISH MONITOR CITATION BY PUBLICATION. The State of Texas In the District Court Tarrant County Texas December Term A. D. 1920. To the 8heriff of Any Constable of Tur- . rant County Greeting: You are hereby commanded That by making publication of this Citation in some newspaper published In the County of Tarrant four consecutive weeks prev- ious to the return day hereof you sum- mon Dudley Major 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 Worth on the first Monday in December A. D. 1920 the same being the 6th day of said month then and there to answer the petition of Hazel Major as plaintiff tiled in said Court on the 4th day of November A. D. 1920 against Dudley Major as defendant said suit being numbered 64686 the na- ture of which demand is as follows to- wit: Plaintiff sues defendant for divorce upon the grounds of excessive outrage- ous harsh ...

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Page 57 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 26 November 1920

Friday' November 26 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Fifty-Five . ADDITIONAL DALLAS ITEMS Mr. and Mrs. Herman .Philipson have returned from their wedding journey and are at home at Oak Lawn Inn. Mrs. Lee Swope has as her guest her sister Mrs. Fineberg of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Linz entertain ped Tuesday evening for their niece Miss Adelaide Bach of Chicago with a Majestic theatre party followed by a dinner dance at the Adolphus Hotel. Fifteen couples enjoyed the evening. Mrs. Samuel Adler is entertaining with a series of affairs for her sister Miss Lillian York of Pittsburg Pa. Dr. and Mrs. Emil Aaronson of 1805 South Ervay street will hold a formal v afternoon "at home" Sunday after- noon from 4 to 6 o'clock to honor their house guests Miss Beatrice Baum of Humboldt Tenn. ' Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Frank of Montgomery Alabama. . - are the guests of their daughter Mrs. Robert Mayer 2821 South Boulevard. Miss Karline and Mildred Lichen- stein of Shreveport La. are visiting their grand paren...

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Page 58 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 26 November 1920

Fifty-Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday November 26 1020. We at all times serve the freshest and most wholesome goods to be found on the Fort Worth market OUR FANCY LINE OF SMOKED AND PICKLED MEATS ALWAYS MEETS WITH APPROVAL Our goods are sold by weight or served in lunches REVEREND 0 Frank (Horns ii IL Kosher Delicatessen JOE GREENBERG Proprietor 113 East Tenth Street Phone Lamar 4828 U 711 HOUXTON sr: Thurs. Fri. and Sat. (This Week) Levis wf. SelznlcK Presents m Mts. Baillie R?jnol&s THE DAUGHTER. PAYS" Dixecud by Robert ElUs Pictu.rzd 3vj Edwotd J Montagna The story of a man who married a girl because he hated her mother. He wanted to make the daughter pay. WILL SPEAK AT THE Hebreu Institut SUNDAY tlOV. 28TH 3:30 P. M. Reverend Norris recently returned from a visit to Pales- tine. He made a thorough study of the conditions over there and is able to give us an impartial opinion about the expectations of our homeless brethren who turn their eyes to Palestine as their future home. ...

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