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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 7 January 1921

Friday January 7 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Pags Nina sleeping goinjr to church (sleep- ing in church is not forbidden) taking long and bracing walks or reading all day long. Riding in trains or boats or automobile or cars (except to go to church) is forbidden; baseball golf games of any sort taboo; taking your bert girl out for a ride realfng y-ur Sunday paper; buying: a cigar or an ice cream soda at the corner drug store;-going to a movie a concert or a theatre; buying the loaf of bread or the cold meat your wife told you to get the day before; taking the children to the beach for a swim good bye all of this. Dr. Bus- ter of Worthless-Living and the Bugbear of Youth forbids it Good-bye Moses ; good-bye prophets ; good-bye rabbis ; good- bye Jesus; good-bye God. Dr. Bowlby is here he will take charge of this Universe; you have all been miserable failures and now brethren we will have a real old-fashioned blue and holy (?) Sabbath I Away with the Constitution down with personal libert...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 7 January 1921

Page Ten THfe JEW IS H M 0 NIT 0 X : Friday 'January'? 1M1. CONGRESS TO PUNISH POGROM INCITERS. - Congressman Emerson of Ohio in- troduced the following bill in the House of Representatives: Section 1. That the sending of any publication or printed matter through the mails that contains any statement or article the obvious purpose of which is to stir up racial or religious hatred is hereby prohibite i. Section 2. Any person or persons found guilty under section one of this act shall be punished 'by a fine of not exceeding five thousand dollars or im- prisonment not to exceed five years or both. LAMAR 108 Union Transfer Co Moving Vana Fire Proof Storage Baggage Transfer Offlco and Warohouao: 1704 Jonoa ttroot Montlon tho Monitor In caflln. ' THE TASTE TELLS SHAW BROS. Purelce Cream . ITS QUALITY SUPREME Lamar 1358 !000O0OO0OO00OOO0 X FOR THE SMOKER X WHO CARES JAMES STEPHEN HOGG 7e CIGAR DELCO-LIGHT 11 oempUu Ekotiie licit ki Fewer Flas Plenty f bright ufe eUaa tloworu light No wore ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 7 January 1921

Friday January 7 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Fat lima- ALEXANDRIA NEWS man'a factory collided with th police. Several men were wounded one ser- iously. Eight men were arrested. The government permitted both picketing and also importation of strike-break-ers. .B'nal B'rith Day Observed Judge David B. Samuels Is Guest of Lo- cal Lodge. B'nai B'rith day of Rebekah Lodge of the Independent Order of B'nai ' B'rith was an overwhelming success s Sunday. The guest of the lodge was Judge David B. Samuels of this city. The program of the day was divided . into three parts. At 10 o'clock the . lodge held its annual B'nai B'rith day meeting at the Temple when Judge Samuels inducted the newly-elected officers and a class of seven new members was initiated. The judge made some informal remarks covering his experience among other lodges of the order particularly in the matter of campaigning for larger membership and instilling an active interest for promoting the ideals and principles of ' the order....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 7 January 1921

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday January? 1921. PgTrelve? Gootgeld's 1005 Houston St. My well known line of products is at your disposal: Rye Bread Pumpernickle Bread Poppy Seed Rolls Poppy Seed Twists Twisted Egg Bread (Fridays) Prompt attention given to out of town orders NO ORDER FILLED FOR LESS THAN $2.00 Shipments made by Express only. Presents Sunday 2 P. M. Elaine Hammerstein In JOHN LYNCH'S "Pleasure Seekers" Directed by GEORGE ARCHAINBAUD A charming story of young people & young ideas in which the re- alization is more than equal to the anticipa- tion. THE AMERICAN JEWISH RELIEF COMMITTEE. When citizens of Walla Walla Wash. came down to work the other day they found a cemetery built in the center of the town containing 800 "headstones each bearing the name of a child of Eastern European origin. Eightthousand dollars for 800 chil- dren was the quota of Walla Walla in the (33000000 appeal of the European Relief Council for the succor of 3500- 000 starving children in Eastern and...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 7 January 1921

Friday January 7 .1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Thirteen 0 rALACK ; COMING NEXT WEEK. :: i Mae Murray David Powell IN A STORY OF A LAN- GUDEOUS LOVE ON A TROPICAL ISLE "Idols of Clay" A FLAMING ROMANCE OF THREE WORLDS k SHERMAN ) The Jewish Women'a Council held a sewing meeting last Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Jake Weingarten 605 South Elm street Mrs. Sidney Tillman entertained at the home of her mother Mrs. Ike Ex- stein in honor of her sister Mrs. Morris Goldstein of Joplin Mo. who is visiting her parents Mr.' and Mrs. Ike Exstein. Bridge and 500 were the games played throughout the aft- emoon. - Mrs. Abe Marks won high score a lovely box of stationery and the guest prise was cut by Miss Loeb of Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Goldstein are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ike Exstein. Miss Eugiena Ashner and Miss Ar- line Loeb of Dallas are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. New. . Mr. and Mrs. Jake Weingarten spent the week-end in Fort Worth as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L Brown. The...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 7 January 1921

Page Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday1 January 7 1921. -. ' TYLER. ; ; Misses Ethel and Rath Friedlander have returned from Corgicana where they attended the carnival dance on December 27. Mr. Aaron Bearman of Toronto Canada was a guest in our city for several days. Mr. Abram Scheuer has returned home after several weeks illness at the Baptist Sanitarium at Dallas. Miss Ida Weil of Dallas is visiting Miss Rae Sandoloski. On Friday evening Bix couples met at the home of Misses Ethel and Ruth Friedlander to await the coming of the New Year. Misses Rae Sandoloski Ida Weil Ethel and Ruth Friedlander Minnie Cohen and Mrs. Maurice Klotz acted as hostesses to Mr. Bernard Zukor (Hot Springs Ark.) Simon Meyer and Bernard Gardner of A. & M. William Roosth Sam Cohen Per- cy Gill and David Wuntsch. Fireworks and gazootes added to the midnight merry making after which light re- freshments were served. Mrs. Silas Friedlander entertained the Tuesday 500 Club. Mrs. Maurice Klotz of Louisiana ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 7 January 1921

Friday;. Jwhury T 1921. -.' THE: JEWISH MONITOR CORSICANA NOTES. Among; the visitors for the Y. M. H. ' A.; Carnival Dance given last Monday night were the following: Misses Ma- rie and Sadie Rudberg Dallas Ruth and Ethel Friedlander Tyler; Sadie Jach Blooma Kaplan Waco; Gertie Greenatein Dallas; Miss Casir Tyler; ' Mis Brin Hillsboro; Miss Bernice Nussbaum Mexia; Miss Mary Wein- . stein Mrs. L. Weinstein Fort Worth; Messrs. Seymour Lippard Julian Lau- terstin Harry Gollob Genecov J. Berkman of Waco; Isadore Cohen of Temple Rudolph Fox Dallas; Mr. Isadore Cohn-Dallas Mrs. Ben Levy Webb City Mo. and many others. ' Miss Francis Shwartz -of Dawson came up for the dance Monday night Miss Louise Goldman of Calvert is visiting here and attended the dance Monday night j The Wednesday Bridge Chib met with Mrs. Morris Dreeben last week. Mrs. Ben Levy of Webb City Mo. won the prize. A salad course was served. Mrs. Lee Abrams and baby daugh- ter of Wichita Falls Texas is the guest of her paren...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 7 January 1921

Page Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR PUBLIBHID WIIKLY BY THB MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 'Phane Lamar HeS Offloers SrtSnifc fl?ul.'::.V.....IorUrT-Trwrr fEe ealtor in net responsiBie lor pressed by contributors. Anonymous fatteraWrsoslvs no consideration. Entered in tho Fort Worth Postofflee M Bond CUM Mall Matt.r by tho Monl- tor Publiahlng Company. THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday January 7 1921. IMHIM MOM tMMMMMMMM tMMMMM ? M ??' ' ?!?!..!?!!!! I I I t ft MMMMMM MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM ""V'V JEWISH CALENDAR Now Tear'. Ev -Bun-. "rothV"1 D." -on. Oct 4 Roech-Chodeech Chuvan Wed. Oct- Roh-Chodo.ch Kl.lev ..Frt. Nor. U tEX (F'Mt !?."ion. Deo. Roh-Chih" Tob.Ui..flun.u .-Doc. Rosch-Chodesch Shebat ....Hon. J". IS RSEh-Chooooch Ator ...... IWb. " Roach-Chodesch Vo 'adar .Frt. Mar. 11 Purim (Fee of EaU.er..Thur.. Mar. 4 RSch-Chod. Nissan. . . .Bat.. APri Passover (Poaaoh) aV ! Passovsr (Seventh Day) ..Frt. April M Bnh.Chodoch lyar ......Mon.. May iii i'Omar Tnurs. say RtJchChoS-eh Slran ....Tuoo. Juno T . . ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 14 January 1921

-f-U Cl V V ' I IOT i unni II- M DP. GEORGE FOX. D TOP 3E - " L&07 r TrsCTtXWAW rFTSr GparSourmES. VOL. X NO. 17. FORT WORTH-DALLAS TEXAS FRIDAY JANUARY 14 1921. Price 5 Cents. Joint Distribution Committee Will Es- tablish Centnl Child Care Bureau In Each Country with Blanches in all Cities to Care for These 300000 Un-forunates. Nature and Extent of the Problem. It la estimated that there are over 300000 Jewish orphans in Europe. These children have lost their fathers and mothers during the terrible years since July 191.. Thousands have seen their parents perish from typhus and other diseases that the war brought in its wake; thousands have seen their mothers and fathers murdered by the marauding bands that infest the war lands. Thousands have traveled weary miles with their parents as refugees only to see their guardians perish by the roadside leaving them to wander on helpless and shelterless. Thousands were left in the streets as foundlings by mothers who could not bear to se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 14 January 1921

Pace Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday January 14 1921. Teltphont cftarje .O0O5o wck dollar. ltm 0m Yh List One of the best known business houses in the United States in a recent advertisemet presented a chart show ing just what it does with each dollar of its revenue. This concern is nationally known does business on a large scale and its list of business expense items form a long column. The smallest item on its list was the amount paid for telephone service. In fact the telephone charge was so small it could hardly be shown graphically. From each dollar of its revenue only eight-ten-thousandths went for the telephone service. As a comparison with other expenses it was found that it spent six times the proportion of its dollar that went for telephone service for twine and containers. Efficiency is the keynote of business today. Everyone is looking for the short cut. We rely on the telephone today and use it to such an extent that many of us seldom stop to think what a big part it play...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 14 January 1921

Friday January 14 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Par Three AUSTIN. Mrs. Jonas Weil and daughters of Corpus Christ! have returned to their home after a pleasant visit with their parents Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Haber and sister Mrs. L. Straussberger. Mrs. Lawrence Pollock of Dallas was the New Year guest of Miss Her- mine Heidenheimer. Mrs. Mabel Herford of Baltimore who has been the guest of Miss Laura Hirshfleld has left for her home Miss Hirshfeld accompaning her as far as Houston where they will visit for a few days. Mrs. S. Berman of Beaumont for- merly of this city has been the guest of her sister and brother Mr. and Mrs. Abe Frank. Mrs. Ike Roscnfield and little daugh- ter Jean Shirley have returned to their home in Clarksville Texas after a visit with their mother Mrs. F. Da- vis. Mrs. Harry Golden's holiday guests were her mother Mrs. Freedman and sister-in-law Mrs. I. Freedman and little daughters of Fort Worth. Miss Aimee Stark of New York who is the guest of her cousin Mrs. Sol Stem ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 14 January 1921

Page Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday January 14 1021. - .- M .1 ..--1 -I.I I II . .1 H -. FORT WORTH NEWS NOTICE. Regular meeting of Isidor Strain Lodge No. 519 I. 0. B. B. fint and third Wednesdays of each month at 8 o'clock p. m. at the Hebrew Institute. ELI GILBERT President. DR. MAURICE COHN Secy. Temple Beth-El Corner Galveston and Broadway. t Dr. George Fox Rabbi Services Friday evenings at 8 o'clock. Saturday morning at 11 o'clock. Sabbath School Saturday at 9:80 Sunday at 10:30. Synagogue Ahavath Sholem: Fri- day evening services at 8 o'clock. Sat- urday morning at 8 o'clock. Sabbath School Saturday morning 10 o'clock. Please Phone News Items to Lamar (460 Rosedale 6383 or 465. Play for Benefit of Temple Beth-El. "The Fairy's Child" will be given Monday night January 17 at Temple Beth-El Centre for the benefit of the Temple by and under the direction of Mrs. Louis Morris. The story of the play is as follows: Little Trudie the Woodcutter's child has strayed into the forest on ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 14 January 1921

Friday January 14 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Par Five InewsfrontdallasI Cards are being sent out to read as follows: "The Parkview Club will entertain with a dance and open house Sunday evening January 16th 1921 8:00 p. m. For members and families only. Informal. Music by ' Dave Winer's Jazz Orchestra." Mrs. N. Yonack and children have returned from Denison where they visited their parents and grandpar- ents Mr. and Mrs. H. CwengeL Isadore Cwengel of Denison spent a few days here last week. During the month of December Rabbi Lefkowitz has spoken at many meetings outside the Temple among them being the following: Before the B'nai B'rith and the Council of Jewish Women of Sherman Texas on the subject: "What Remains for Israel?" before the New Concordian Club on "Millitant Judaism" before the Open Forum on 'Can Municipal Government Be Democratic and Efficient 7" and be- fore the Menorah Society of Baylor College on "The Talmud." Appreciation for Federation Clinic The following letter sen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 14 January 1921

0 Page Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday January 14 1921. CORSICANA NOTES. Miss Hattye Daniels is visiting in Waco. Mrs. Ben Levy visited Waco this week. Rabbi Solomon of Los Angeles Cal. will occupy the pulpit here Friday night. Mrs. Louis Swartz entertained with a bridge party in honor of her sister Mrs. Isadore Cohn of Dallas and Mrs. Ben Levy of Webb . City Mo. last Friday afternoon. Miss Rose Daniels was the recipient of a lovely prize for making high score. The honorees were also remembered with dainty gifts. A delicious salad course was served. Miss Ruth Goldsmith arrived home Monday evening after a delgihtful vis- it to friends in Marshall Misses Hattye Daniels and Hilda Jarrett entertained the visiting girls in the city with a "movie" party last Thursday afternoon. Refreshments were partaken later at "Coulson's." A lovely time was had. The visitors were MissA Marie and Sadie Rudberg of Dallas Mary Weinstein of Fort Worth and Mrs. George Weinstein of Desdemona. Miss Edith Eeron ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 14 January 1921

0) Friday January 14 1021. THE JEWISH MONITOR Pat a Stm Dave Paul David Goldberg and J. M. Dampf were hostesses to a social af- ternoon Monday given at the Temple. The entire affair was very original the invitations issued read: "Bring a needle A Thimble too And well give you Some work to do." Each guest was met at the door and her waist measure was taken the price of admission was a penny for every inch. This caused quite a bit of amusement as some of the "stouter" ladies .refused to be measured. Mrs. Dave Friedner received the prize for the smallest waist measure and Mrs. Joseph Alexandria the largest The first feature of the afternoon was spent in hemming articles used for the Da yNursery. A prize was awarded Mrs. H. Schack for being the first to finish hers. - The main feature was a style show of the early spring hats. Each guest made her own hat out of crepe paper and tnen after the judge's were se- lected each guest modeled her hat Really "Rawork" and "Cecille" mod- els would ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 14 January 1921

Page Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday January 14 1921. EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Texae ... Rabbi Martin Zlelonka Rabbi David Lefkowltx Rabbi David Roaanbaum Rabbi Henry Cohan Rabbi A. Werna Rabbi A. E. Abramowltx Rabbi Wolfa Maeht Dr. R. Farber Rabbi Samuel Roalnger EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Joa. Blatt Rabbi Morria Tallar Rabbi Chaa. B. Lati Arkansas Rabbi Leonard Rothatein Rabbi Joseph H. Stoll Rabbi A. B. Rhine Louisiana Rabbi A. Brill Rabbi Harry A. Merflald EDITORIAL RABBI GEORGE FOX Editor BILLY SUNDAY AND AMERICA. Billy Sunday the famous evangelist has issued an inter- view in which he defends the movement for the Sunday Blue Laws. He denies in the inter- view that he is in favor of abol- ishing tobacco or that he is a leader in the anti-tobacco reform movement. He does say how- ever that "a man can be a Chris- tian and use tobacco but it is my private opinion he would be a better Christian if he didn't." Just why one can't be as good a Christian when smoking a cigar as when he does ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 14 January 1921

. Friday January 14 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Nine the un-American track when they plead for justice to all con- sideration for the rights of all and above everything a deep f undametal and holy reverence for the ideals implications and teachings of the great immortal documents upon which our de- mocracy our safety and our lib- erty are founded. Perhaps they are on the wrong track but our feeling is that not they but Bil- ly Sunday and those who are with him are wrong and we further feel that the ideals of America will not be destroyed by the masses of real Americans! FUNERAL OF MRS. SARAH GOLD- STICK. The funeral of Mrs. Sarah Goldstick who died in New York City January 9 took place from the home of her daughter Mrs Joseph Goldgraber 1315 S. Henderson Wednesday morn- ing at 11 o'clock. Mrs. Goldstick was a pioneer resident of this city having come to Fort Worth thirty years ago. She leaves one daughter Mrs. Joseph Goldgraber and four sons: George Sam Will and Rufus; two brother...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 14 January 1921

Pa? Tin THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday January 14 1921. GERMAN DIVINES AGAINST ANTI-SEMITISM. Batteries at a New Price Level Effective with the I publication of this an nouncement Willard Batteries will be sold on a new and materially lower price level. The same Willard quality backed by the same authorized Wil lard Service Fort Worth Battery Company 1019 MONROE STREET LAMAR 1959 WkoA Berlin Germany. "The Society to Combat Anti-Semitism" here has ar ranged a series of mass meetings at which well known ministers and priests of the Catholic and Protestant church appear together making speeches against anti-Semitism. The speeches are made in the name of Chrstiianity and German patriotism and the population is asked not to be misled by anti-Semitic agitation. All meetings have been well attended although most of the public are Jews. Accounts of the meetings published in the liberal press are the only re- sults. In comparison 'with the meetings held by the society a year ago which were addres...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 14 January 1921

Friday January 14 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Paffe Sieve 0 ' GALVESTON. Mrs. H. Kempner Presents Temple an Organ. To an audience that taxed the seat- ing capacity of Temple B'nai Israel the new organ a gift to Dr. Cohen'a congregation by Mrs. H. Kempner was dedicated at the usual Friday evening service yesterday. Immedately following Psalm 150 and the dedicatory blessing Mr. Hu T. Huffmaster played "The Lost Chord" by Sullivan and "Andantno"' by Lemare. The evenng service was sung by the synagogue quartette (Mr. and Mrs J. N. Spurway Mrs. E. B. Holman and Alfred Dreyfus) wth Miss Laura Park the Temple or- gainst at the organ. Mrs. Ralph Fra- part sang "Fear Ye Not 0 Israel" by Dudley Buck and the choir ren- dered "Doth Not Wisdom Cry?" by Rogers accompanied by Miss Park and following the benedicton by the rabbi Miss Park played the postlude "Festival March" by Stebbins. Both musical artists brought out the ex- cellences of the new Pitcher organ as only virtuosi can and a most im- pres...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 14 January 1921

THE JE WIS H M6W ITOR Friday January 14 1921. Page Twelve Goptgeld's Bakery 1005 Houston St. Fort Worth Texas My well known line of products is at your disposal: Rye Bread Pumpernickle Bread Poppy Seed Rolls Poppy Seed Twists Twisted Egg Bread (Fridays) Prompt attention given to out of town orders NO ORDER FILLED FOR LESS THAN $2.00 Shipments made by Express only. Announcement We have succeeded the Farrar Lumber Company of Fort Worth at 201 West Railroad avenue. The purchase of this business was made by Walter B. Sloan on or about January 1st 1921 for himself and associates who have organized the SLOAN LUMBER COMPANY to continue the business under the new name with Waller B. Sloan in charge. We wish to thank our friends and acquaintances for having helped us get started in business and assure them that we will exert our best efforts to make this your slogan: SLOAN'S FOR BUILDING MATERIAL" Sloan Lumber Company 201 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE Phone Lamar 1147 WALTER B. SLOAN President and Mg...

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