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Page 59 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 26 November 1920

'- -- t4- t t 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 Hometurnishcrs Visit the News-Journal riant when in Dallas You're Always $ Welcome '- H onest Abover-oard Circulation Hased on "Audit Bureau of Cir- culations" Reports. IMunl of A. II. HKI.n X ( .. I'uMNh.rs. Your Newspapers nut (mi mi mi m mm i am bitch novai ukiiiicm - oyuuoo.oooat mvM mora Buaira f 4 st aw r l.Tr rXXlig . ESTIMATED 200.000 CIIILDREII AT FAIR inoumoi Toinriof i;as$ wwiEST (JilHD pnw "'""jvT . iiiw mi uck u rm ... ... T lH . ninno rm More than comon newspapers they are the spirit of Texas an J Dallas with whom they have grown up. Quickest most far reaching and reliable news sen-ices; audited ciruulation highest quality readers make the News and the Journal the chosen advertising mediums of the Southwest. Read Them for News Advertise in Them for Best Results : : : t

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Page 60 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 26 November 1920

"Dr. Austin's Health Builders" ASK TO SEE THEM HEM ' .. "DR. AUSTIN'S HEALTH BUILDERS" are construct- ed especially for the Southern trade. It is the most flex- ible shoe on the market and the steel arch support built into the shank makes it the most comfortable shoe for Men troubled with weak arches and tender feet. "DR. AUSTIN'S HEALTH BUILDERS" are made in our own factory and we carry them in stock at our Dal- las House in six different styles. If your dealer does not carry them in stock write us and we will furnish you the names of those nearest you who are supplied. WE SELL WHOLESALE ONLY Graham-Brown Shoe Co "The Pioneer Wholesale Shoe House of the Southwest." DALLAS TEXAS V mm- Conceded to be the Busiest Store in Texas THE LATEST STYLES THE FINEST MERCHANDISE DEPENDABLE INEXPENSIVE GOODS A. Harris & Co In the Heart of Dallas. The Central State Bank opened for business in May 1914 with Capital of $200000- 00. The great war set the world aflame in the latter part of that ye...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 3 December 1920

TT Ittt tttttF r - . i I 1 1 1 Villi I OW. i r i in i i no I H EI 2 7 DP. GE0PGE'F0XD1T0P AWy. . VOL. X NO. 11. FORT WORTH-DALLAS TEXAS FRIDAY DECEMBER 3 1920. Price 5 Cents. (All Rights Reserved) Men tell many tales of Judas the Maccabee that lion of God many stor- ies of his light-hearted daring his purrity of heart and love for Israel. But few know how he wooed and won the maid Helen golden-haired captive of Nicanor only to lose her in the end. In the early days of the struggle Jurity of heart and love for Israel udas Maccabeus met his Syrian gen- eral Apollonious in battle. The Lord was on his side and though his troops were new in warfare Judas won a great triumph; the heathens were " either slain in battle or saved their lives in flight for they were sorely afraid seeing that Appolonius their captain had fallen. But the men of Ju- das were filled with new courage upon that day; they rejoiced in their own strength and the strength of their cap- tain Judas; and Judas took from t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 3 December 1920

Page Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday December 8 1920. ' WICHITA FALLS. t Dr. David Goldberg has returned from Ardmore Okla. Mrs. M. Scholsberg and son of Hen- rietta spent Sunday here. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Marcus have re- turned from Waco. Mrs. A. B. Wolfson was hostess at a luncheon Wednesday in compliment to Mrs. Ray ExBtein Tillman of Sher- man. Other guests besides the honoree were Mesdames Eugene Liepold I. Lazarus and Miss Rose Riesenberg. Mrs. Lazarus Cohon and children have returned from Fort Worth. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kleinman motor- ed over to Burkburnett Sunday. They were accompanied home by their moth- er Mrs. M. Kleinman. Mrs. H. Friedheight of Oklahoma City is the guest of her children Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paul and family. Mrs. Ben Kaufman was hostess to the Wednesday Bridtro Club and one table of guests. High score prize was won by Mrs. Eugene Liepold and the out-of-town guests Mrs. Ray Exstein Tillman and Mrs. M. Kleinman were given dainty handkercshiefs. Refresh- ments of devi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 3 December 1920

Friday December 8 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR LAMAR 108 Union Transfer Co Moving Vint Fire Proof Storage Baggage Transfer Office and Warehouse: 1704 Jonee Street Mention tht Monitor In calling. THE TASTE TELLS SHAW BROS. Pure Ice Cream ITS QUALITY SUPREME Lamar 1S58 WestbrookHotel 900 Fir Proof Roomt 200 Batht PORT WORTH TEXAS Lee Huckins OKLAHOMA CITY The Huckins Tf XARKANA TEXAS FOR THE SMOKER WHO CARES JAMES STEPHEN HOGG 7e CIGAR DtLCO-LlUrif Tk coopUte Electric Lifht aa4 Fewer Pleat Plenty of bright safe eUaa eleetrk light No mora hot smeky laeaee. I7BRATTBN ft CO Dlstrisitara 1001-8 Throckmorton Stroet Fort Worth. ... Tana Jewlah Organisations ft Pro fesalonal Man Should know what tho Jewiah Preaa write about there Tho Jowlah Preee In All Language la Road and Clipped by we. Wa art tha flrat and only Jewlah Clipping Barrlca For Cllpplnira from tha Jewtah Preaa write to Clipping Dept. INTERNATIONAL JEWISH PRESS BUREAU Inc. Beofcman Street NEW YORK Telephone! Cortlandt M00 jpQfl n n ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 3 December 1920

Page Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday December 8 1920. IFORT WORTH NEWSl 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 Schtol Saturday morning 10 o'clock. Please Phone News Items to Lamar 6400 Rosedale 6383 or 465. An important meeting of the Coun- cil of Jewish Juniors will be held Dec. 6 3 p. m. at the Hebrew Institute. Members are urgently requested to come. Important business. The Ladies 'Auxiliary to the Hebrew Institute will give a dance at the In- stitute Dec. 12th for the benefit of the Hebrew school. Every one is cordially invited to come...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 3 December 1920

Friday December 8 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Five NEWS FROM DALLAS 1 Mrs. Marie Lawrence is spending the holiday festivities in San Antonio Q with her son and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lawrence. Miss Jeanette Romick of Ranger spent Monday and Tuesday in the city and was accompanied by Miss Frances Lawrence. Mr. Nathan Wilner of Breckenridge spent the week end in the city with his family. Mrs. M. Schneider of Waxahachie spent last Saturday in the city. Parkview Club. O The Parkview Club gave its opening season ball Thanksgiving (Thursday) evening November 25th 1920 at 8:30 o'clock. The Parkview Club held its opening formal ball of the season at its home corner of Pocahontas street and Park Avenue on Thursday evening Novem- ber 25th. The grand march at nine o'clock was led by President Harry Sigel and Mrs. Sigel. The building particularly the ball- room presented a scene of unusual beauty being elaborately decorated for the occasion with handsome ferns foliage and flowers. Music w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 3 December 1920

Page Six EDUCATION FOR JUDAISM. THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday December 3 1920. An Address at Temple Beth-El Fort Worth Texas by Prof. H. A. Et- linger University of Texas Austin Texas. The role of the Jew in history as an educator is well known. Any study of the development of human thought and its propagation from generation to generation begins perforce with tat of the ancient Israelite. The His- tory of Education takes its first chap- ters from the methods end materials of the Palestinian school room and synagogue of old. Even as now in trial and tribulation when all was lost save the soul the Jew clung to his schools. Among the many ideals adopted by the early settlers of New England from the pages of the Old Testatment end the mode of life of the ancient Jew were those of religious education. The Pilgrim Fathers having found a safe refuge from persecution for themselves on the south shores of the North Sea soon realized that unless an opportunity were provided for the re- ligoius t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 3 December 1920

Friday December 4 1920. tory served. Investors who take advantage of this stock-buying opportunity are not confronted with the possibility of put- ting their money into an uncertain concern located at some remote point where personal investigation may not easily be made and investors who take this stock may be certain that the property in which they are investing O il a reality and not u wildcat scheme concocted in the minds of unscrupu- lous speculators. Second Offer to Customers. This is the second time that the peo- ple of this territory have been privil- eged to invest in this company's prop- erty and the officials of the company believe that the customers of the con- cern are the logical people to enjoy the financial benefits of their own lighting company. f With absolute confidence in the fu- V ture expansion of this section served by this company with electricity for light and power the officials have the same confidence with regard to the fu- ture of the company and feel tha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 3 December 1920

Page Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday December 8 1920. EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Texae Rabbi Martin Zletonka Rabbi David Lefkowltx Rabbi David Roaenbaum Rabbi Henry Cohen Rabbi A. Werne Rabbi A. E. Abramowltz Rabbi Wolf Macht R. Farber Wolfe Macht Samuel Roalnger EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Oklahoma Rabbi Joa. Blatt Rabbi Morrla Teller Rabbi Chaa. B. LaU Arkanaae Rabbi Leonard Rotheteln Rabbi Joeeph H. 8tolt A. B. Rhine Louisiana Rabbi A. Brill Rabbi Harry A. Merfleld EDITORIAL RABBI GEORGE FOX Editor THE PROPOSED JEWISH CONGRESS CONTRO-VERSY. We dwelt last week on the land side of the question involved in the call of the Jewish Congress and on the question of the def in- iteness of the Jewish Question. We should like to say something in this issue about Mr. Schem- er's contention with regard to the "Self" or "Headship" of the .Jewish people. Mr. Schomer states that "since we Jews keep on declar- ing and insisting that there is a Jewish people and that we are its members why do we not en- do...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 3 December 1920

Friday December 3 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Nine its sincere condolence to the be- reaved family. I. A. GOLDSTEIN DIES; ONE OF CITY LEADERS. Isaac A. Goldstein aged 63 presi- dent of the Goldstcin-Migel company and one of the best known merchants in Texas died very suddenly at 1 o'clock Friday afternoon at his home 1225 Washington street Mr. Goldstein had been ill only lit- tle more than two days leaving his place of business about 3 o'clock last Wednesday afternoon at which time he complained of not feeling well. This was the last time he was able to be out Not until a short time before he Eassed away was it believed by mem- ers of the immediate family that dis- solution was at hand. A native Texan and born near San Marcos Mr. Goldstein came to Waco in 1868. He was an alumnus of Baylor University graduating with one of the early classes. Soon after he had finished his collegiate course he en- gaged in business for himself and it was in 1888 that he and L. Migel or- ganized the ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 3 December 1920

Page Ten THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday DMimbtt 1 I'M. 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 J 1 1 J J 1 1 hi! 1 1 1 1 1 I was he "ashamed to ask" An Elderly Lady a Widow In Modern Circumstances Came In Yesterday And Said "I haven't very much money and I thought of putting some of it in your Cumulative Preferred Stock only there is one thing I'd like to knovr and I'm ashamed to ask it Is this investment SAFE?" "Ashamed to ask" why that lady should not have put ONE CENT of her money into ANY investment until she was absolutely and unquali- fiedly satisfied and convinced of its SAFETY that's the very FIRST thing to find out about an investment IS IT SAFE? " and THAT'S JUST THE REASON so many of the customers and employes of Fort Worth Power and Light Company and other folks in Fort Worth are buying shares of Cumulative Preferred Stock of Fort Worth Power & Light Company because its SAFE Price $100 and Dividend for each Share For Cash or $5 Down and $5 a Month Ask any Employe of Fort Worth Power & Li...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 3 December 1920

-Friday December 8 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Eleven JEWISH STUDENTS OF ANN AR- . BORMEET. . The season of Jewish religious ser- vices at colleges and universities is now well under way; As was the case last year the Department of Syna- gog and School Extension is giving of its efforts and resources in all ways necessary to fosted the movement to . hold Jewish college-trained men and women to their faith. Prayer book and hymnal leaflet reprints are being .furnished and arrangements with rabbis to conduct services for the stu- dents are being made. Rabbi Leo M. Franklin of Detroit Mich. visited the University of Michigan Ann Arbot Mich. on Sunday October 17. He de- livered an address before almost 400 students. Rabbi Franklin writes that .there is a growing neod for a students' chapel at Ann Arbor. Some of the best lectures are heard some of the finest associations are : formed by Jewish men of Buffalo N. Y. at meetings of the Men's Club of Temple Beth Zion. A recent announce- men...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 3 December 1920

Page Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday December 8 1920. JEWS BLAMED FOR ENGLAND'S ANTI-POLISH ATTITUDE IN UPPER SILESIA. Warsaw: (By I. J. P. B.) "Dwa Groze" the notorious anti-Semitic newspaper declarea that the reason why England favors Germany rather than Poland in the forthcoming pleb- iscite in Upper Silesia is because of the fact that she is influenced by Jews who are the "sworn enemies of Poland." ............... WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY DEC. 5TH. M. Golden Presents VLASTA MASLOVA EDMOMD MA KALIF & CO. in "THE SHEPEHRD'S DREAM" PAST PRESENT AND FUTURE A Novelty Comedy EDITH CLIFORD COMEDIENNE FOUR OTHER BIG TIME ACTS U 711 HOUXTON sr. SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY iTiQ W FOR RENT Nicely furnished bed- room in new modern home to one or two gentlemen. Phone Rosedale 259. CITATION BY PUBLICATION. The Stata of Texaa In the District Court Tarrant County Texaa January Term A. D. 1921. To the Sheriff or Any Constable of Tar- rant County Greeting: You are hereby commanded. That by...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 3 December 1920

Friday December 8 1020. THE JEWISH MONITOR Per Thirteen lEiHLaaaaaBiggEiiiiBqBnnaan IMPORTANT OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT OUR NEW CHRISTMAS CLUB IS NOW OPEN-ALL ARE INVITED TO COME IN AND JOIN INVITATION TO ALL Our Bank extends to every man woman and child in our city and community a cordial invitation to come in and JOIN OUR NEW CHRISTMAS CLUB. This is the most popular plan ever devised for having MONEY NEXT CHRISTMAS and enables those of small means those in moderate circumstances and also business men to lay aside money by SYSTEMATIC DEPOSITS each week. To Join Is Easy No cost no dues no red tape. Look at the Tables below and select the Club you wish to join lc 2c 5c 10c 25c $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 or more and come into our Bank with the first deposit. We will enroll you as a membpr of the Club and give you a pass book showing the money de- posited. That is all there is to it. HOW TO HAVE MONEY NEXT CHRISTMAS INCREASING CLUB PLAN lc CLUB Deposit lc 1st week 2c 2nd week. Increase lc each week i...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 3 December 1920

Page Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday December 8 1920. REV. ABRAHAM FRAM. (Inadvertently omitted last week) It is hardly necessary to present Rev Fram to the reader for there are comparatively none in our com- munity who have not become endeared to the charm of his magnetic person- ality and he is very well known all over the state. Rev. Fram is now entering his tenth year with Congregation Shaa- reth Dallas whence he came from Mobile Ala. where he was spiritual leader of the orthodox Congrgation Ahavash Chesad for a period of eight years. Prior to that time he was for twelve years "Chasen" "Schochet" and "Mohel" in the large town of Kavarask Russia. He began his practie at the early age of 21 and in the capacity of cantor he was a won- der for his age leading services in the largest synagogue in the cit. of Ponevez at the age of 19. Rev. Fram has always been a zeal- ous worker for his people; his serv- ices rendered in that mellow baritone have always been a boon to th true Jewis...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 3 December 1920

Friday December 8 1920. t.1. you luramon Wra. tt wh0M r'nc U unknown to 5 n PPer before the County Cases to be holdenln! f ' tt County of Tarrant at the S?uJ?uHouM hrof In the City of Fort a no?? Hi8 Flr" Monday In January A. D. 1912. the same being the Srd day of narX. D' ll2L Flle Number belnf 18392 then and there to anawer the pe- tUlon of 8eourlty State Bank of Fort rw'Z8' f cnorftt'on. "led in said ioa '. 0n. "J9. Ith day of October A. D. 13 J nst.th ?'- Wm. H. Taylor and alleging In aubatance aa follows to- On Feb. 11 1920. the defendant for a Valuable consideration made executed and delivered to plaintiff his ( certain promissory notes of that date each for h of $100 the first due June 18 1920 and one each on the 16th day of each succeeding month thereafter until " bS Pll. with 10 per cent Interest and an additional 10 per cent on principal and Interest as attorney' fees. To secure the payment of said notes the defendant executed a chattel mortgage on one t-paasenger Nash tou...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 3 December 1920

Page Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday December 8 1920. NOW IN PROGRESS AKisher Brothers Clean-Up Sale OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF Mens Young Mens and Boys Suits and Overcoats JUST EXACTLY Half-Price This is a sale that is well worth your while for these are Garments made by HART SCHAFFNER and MARX SOCIETY BRAND and other famous manufacturers of Men's fine wear. There were no special purchases made for this sale it beinj our regular stock that we are disposing of at this reduction. We are filling Mail Orders Promptly During the Sale just aa Always. wisher Brolkers MAIN AT EIGHTH LAMAR 3036 UttttltlllMMH HA LPS Thei SELECTED PICTURES POPULAR PRICES The Confession FEATURING HENRY R WALTHALL Starting Sunday for One Week Will Be Shown for the Benefit of "THE NAVAL POST AMERICAN LEGION" At the ALPS 911 Houston Street Help the Boyi in Blue to establish permanent headquarters in Fort Worth. They are not begging. They are giving you the biggest treat ever shown in motion pictures for 25 cents. T H ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 10 December 1920

. U n wf 7 dp. ge1f5 " ! i i - ' :vol. X. NO. 12. FORT WORTH-DALLAS TEXAS FRIDAY DECEMBER 10 1920 Price 5 Cents. New York November 80.A coni ference to discuss the widespread campaign of secret anti-Jewish prop- aganda in the United States was call- ed by the American Jewish Commit- tee. This conference was participated by the foremost national Jewish organizations and authorized the is- suance of a public statement in which the so-called "Protocols of the Learn- ed Elders of Zion" now being circu- lated in large numbers by secret agencies are condemned as a forgery a'nd the charge that Bolshevism is part of a conspiracy by Jews and ' Freemasons to secuie world domina- tion is denounced as a malicious in- ventlon Inspired by foreign reaction- ary forces for the rurpose of breed- ing suspicion and hatred by the Jews and -Freemasons in the United States In order to discredit "free govern- ment ' Ih' the eyes of ' the European masses and thus facilitate the restor- ation 4f;ab'solutism...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 10 December 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday December 10 1920. The Problem of Jewish Recon- struction in Eastern Europe the community. It means in brief as are made necessary by the new to restore the normal life of the pre- conditions. ' war days with such readustments Now besides political stability the Page Two The Joint Distribution Committee -has already carried cut a number of important reconstruction measures'. It has for example rebuilt many homes in Galica and lent two hundred thous- and dollars to the Jewish co-operative societies of Roumana. Moreover some time ago it created a special commit- tee on reconstruction under the chair- manship of Col. H. Lehman and plac- ed five million dollars at its disposal. As long however as Eastern Europe was still in a state of war. the com- mttee's work along these lines was necessarily limited; for there was dan- ger that what was rebuilt might be destroyed again. But with the cessa- tion of hostilities between Russia and Poland Eastern Europe is finall...

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