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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 25 February 1921
Friday, February 28, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Pajre Fifteen THE TRUTH ABOUT THE SUNDAY LAW. (Continued from Page 10) papers ought to help the Alliance in its stand against lawlessness, which is one of the most alarming symtoms of the day, and in the purpose to pre vent the destruction cf our American rest day by commercial or other hos tile interests." NATCHEZ, MISS. SISTERHOOD CONDUCTS SERVICES The very fact that the Temple Sis terhood of Natchez, Miss., conduct ed religious services and carried on the work in the Sabbath School when they had no Rabbi, is an evidence that this organization is interpreting the spirit and fulfilling the function of the Sisterhood. The Sisterhood also aims to supplement the work of the temple and in the programs pre pared by the Natchez Sisterhood the national institution of the organiza tion is further illustrated. The members of the Sisterhood, are all busy giving individual as well as Committee entertainments to help swell the fund for repair work ...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 25 February 1921
Page Sixtten THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, February 25, 1921. THEJEWISHMONITOR PUBLISHED WKKKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. Phene, Lamar 4W DR. IRE FOX. LUI MORRIS EDITOR .Bualneea Manater Offloere Dr. George Fox. Prealdent LlMkltl Vlce-Prealdent Loqle Morrla ...gecrotarr-Treaauror The edUer la not reeponelble for vlewa Itrauad by oentrlbutora. Anenymoua ttara will receive no oonaideratlon. Entered: In tha Fort Worth Poatoffloa aa Second CUaa Mall Matter by tha Moni tor Publiahlng Company. JEWI8H CALENDAR 6681.1920 Now Tear'a Eva Bun., Sept. 11 Tom Klppur Wad., Sapt. 22 Suocoth (Flrat Day) ....Mon., Sept. 17 Buocoth (Laat Day flhlmlnl- teereth) Mon., Oct 4 Imchatch Torah Tuaa., Oct. I Roaeh-Chodeach Cheevan Wad., Oct It Koaeh-Chodeach Klelev ..Frl., Nov. 12 Chanukah (Faaat of Dedica tion ..) Mon., Dao. I Roach-Chodaach Tebeth..Sun., ..Deo. 12 Faat ef Tebeth Tuaa., Deo. 21 BW1-1I21 Roach-Chodaach Bhebat ....Mon., Jan. 10 Itoeea-Chadeech Adar Wad., Feb. ( Reeeh-Chedeach Va 'adar ..Frl....
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 25 February 1921
TH f! i J-WJ8HH0N1?t - - TES 8TAT1 CONFERENCE TOE RESARING PALESTINE INDUSTRIES The last conference which was held t Dallas on Sunday, February 20, waa certainly a wonderful gathering of prominent and Sincere Jewish peo ple from the larger cities of our state. It waa a pleasure to meet some of those old pioneers in the Zionist move meat, men who gave up the rery best of their years for a Jewish national home In Palestine, and it was grati fying to see those gentlemen still poesesaed of the same sincerity and lote for the movement The only difference was that in former years our conventions and mass meetings were only a sweet dream, and at this last gathering in Dallas, our dream wm on the point of realization, . Judge Dannenbaum explained the cause of our meeting, and be read the mandate which the English govern ment has drawn up for Palestine, in which mandate it is plain that after twenty centuries the Jewish people will once again have the opportunity to re-establish themselves i...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 25 February 1921
t il -i- 4 t h Ye' w" T s-k Vo n i VoTt- An (o im u mi n mi MayorW.aH Davis For Re-Election te .-For MAYOR "Bill" DAVIS The Man who had the vision to build Lake Worth. The Man who, with his friends, formed the Backbone of the Fat Stock Show. The Man during whose administration more improvements have been made in the city than ever before. The Man who is not afraid to do what he thinks is for the city's best inter ests, even if some "Bosses" thought otherwise. The Man who stands for progress, harmony and development in Fort Worth. MAYOR W. D. "Bill" DAVIS An extended announcement will appear in the next issue. Political Advertisement FridayeBhla-rVto
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921
i it. . f EOT ii J Of TTT X Jill E ILL VIHR 7 l NTKl I VOL. X. NO. 24. 0 El M 4qw Jewish Jouhiw DR. GEORGE FOX. .EDITOR FORT WORTH-DALLAS, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1921. SAN ANTONIO Annual Edition V i) RABBI SIDNEY TEDESCHE The Successful Spiritual Leader of Congregation Beth-El, San An tonio, Texas. F7fc G!?QiT$DUTmfES. Price 50 Cents
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921
Page Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March 4, 1921. CRYSTAL ELECTRIC WASHER AND jjfj 3j 1 APEX SUCTION CLEANERS MAKE HOUSEWORK A PLEASURE A DEMONSTRATION IN YOUR HOME COSTS YOU NOTHING JUST PHONE US Graham & Collins CROCKETT 1698 306 W. COMMERCE ST. IF IT IS ELECTRICAL WE HAVE IT. MAKE THIS YOUR BANK: . We have adequate means to serve you in any of the following ways : Checking Accounts. Saving Accounts and Time Certificates of Deposit which pay 4 interest. Foreign Exchange Department which transmits money to any part of the world. Collection Department to handle your drafts and notes. Bond Department which buys and sells Liberty Loan Bonds. Safety Deposit Boxes. Adequate Credit Department. These are reasons in conjunction with Safety, Service, and Conservativeness, why we welcome your account. NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS OVER $850,000.00 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS Guaranty State Bank Capital and Surplus $210,000.00 THE BANK THAT GIVES PERSONAL SERVIC...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921
Friday, March 4, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Three San Antonio the Convention City of THE GREAT SOUTHWEST CONVENTIONS are called for the purpose of transacting business, but the attendance at Coventions is not the attendance at Conventions is not of business that is to be transacted and the average business man, before he attends his convention or plans upon attending, has his mind upon what he is to do outside the Con vention hall rather than upon what he will do and say within the assemblage. In deciding upon a Convention city that city is generally chosen which offers not only accommodations for the gatherings of delegates but that city which furnishes en tertainment, and no organization would think of inviting delegates to the city with out making definite arrangements for their reception, their comfort and their entertain ment. A great majority of the men return home to read the report of the Convention from the official publications and to digest at their leisure the speeche...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921
Page Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March 4, ml The State National Bank of San Antonio, Texas Resources Over $7,000,000,00 Is appreciative of its Jewish Friends and Patrons, and will be glad of the opportunity of Serving You 4 Interest Paid on Savings Deposits As Safe As San Antonio The San Antonio Public Service Company offers its 8 cumulative Preferred Stock to its custom ers and to the public generally. Dividends on this stock will be paid quarterly. An investment in one share will pay dividends of $2.00 every three months or $8.00 a year. Those who prefer not to pay cash may purchase this stock on an Easy Payment Plan of 107 down and 10 a month. In terest on all partial payments will be paid at the rate of 6 a year payable when stock is fully paid for. An investment in this Preferred Stock is as safe as San Antonio. If San Antonio grows its Public Service Company must grow. If San Antonio con tinues to exist the Public Service Company must continue to exist. As long as there is...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921
Friday, March 4, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Paga Fiv the old Spanish Governor when San Antonio was yet held by Spain, the old Market House to which our oldest settlers often Journeyed the Menger Hotel in which Roosevelt or ganized his Rough Riders, the Quinta the first postoffice in San Antonio, and the many storied relics and battle fields add no end of interest and pleasure. Even in midsummer the evenings in San Antonio are most delghtful, the aid being tempered by the Gulf breeze, combining the radiant skies and soft moonlight of Califor nia, the velvetry breeze of the West Indies and the atmosphere of the Florida tropics. San Antonio has the rare dry air of the mountains of Colorado without the elevation that is trying on so many. San Antonio stands at the Junction of the great highways of the North and South and the East and West, which have brought to it a delightfully cosmopolitan population and made it the metropolis of Texas. The Chamber of Commerce makes ar rangements for co...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921
Page Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March 4, 1921 E.Hertzberg Jewelry Co. "AT THE SIGN OF THE CLOCK" ESTABLISHED 1878 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS The Jenner Mfg. Co. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING CONFECTIONERS "The Good Kind" Staple and Fancy Candies, Fancy Packages, Fine Chocolates. Factory and Office: 831 South Flores St. TELEPHONE CROCKETT 7580 Our facilities for rendering service oh a 6UICK are all that you could desire and that's what counts. San Antonio Buick Company Local Distributors ---'AAAf--------..-......,.,.......... ...... . . T """M'MMIMtMMHMMMMMtMMMM ;! WEST END LUMBER COMPANY Gnuer North Sibdo & Leal Su. "THE HOME BUILDERS" Phone Crockett 377 MMlHtmtlMltMtlMMtlHM -- MMMtttHMtMMMMMKMHMMMMMM The Original Mexican Restaurant 115-17-19 Losoya Street San Antonio, Texas 0
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921
Friday, March 4, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Seven acres, and has normally about three or four thousand in garrison. The government has also an avia tion field southeast of this city, which hat been named Brooks Field, in hon or of Sidney Brooks, Jr., the young San Antonio aviator who lost his life in November 1917, in the line of duty. This field contains about nine hundred acres. It represents an over-head in vestment of about a million and a half dollars, and can take care of the train ing of about one thousand to fifteen hundred men. The government Bal loon School is now located at this field. 5. The San Antonio Arsenal which is the great ordnance depot of the Southern Department, located on South Flores Street, in the heart of ,the city. It is a wonderful establish ment of its kind. BltlEF HISTORY OF SAN ANTONIO By Dr. Samuel Marks. Like many another towns on the North American continent San Anton io's origin was a military and relig ious outpost. The granting by Louis XIV, K...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921
IIWIl Page Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March 4, 1921. : JT THE ACORN Automatic Fireless Gas Range is absolutely the most wonderful gas range manu factured. It will save you one-half on your gas bill. Just think of it! You put your dinner, soup, roast, any vegetables you wish, with pudding, into the cold Acorn Automatic Gas Range, walk out the door, go shopping or to business. The entire meal cooks automatically. It's a Wonder. Come and See It! THE ONLY GAS RANGE OF ITS KIND SOLD ON EASY TERMS Come and See This Range Demonstrated Phone Crockett 113 KING FURNITURE CO. 205-207 West COMMERCE STREET rhone Crockett 113 Founded in 1865 The Lockwood National Bank 113 At C Opposite Moore Bldg. SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS CONVENIENTLY LOCATED IN OUR NEW BANK BUILDING Officer! : Directon: Joseph Muir, President A. S. Gage Joseph Mnir A. S. Gage, Vice-President . L. A. Schreiner L A. Schreiner, Vice-President J. M. Gaddis M. Freeborn, Cashier F. L. HUlyer E. W. Richardson, Asst. Cashier Robert W. P...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921
Friday, March 4, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Nine of the Alamo, popularly referred to as it will within ninety days, there is bound to be a reaction. Even in the case of cessation of hostilities however, it is only reason able to suppose that the Government will maintain a much larger standing army than in the past and, San An tonio, being the site of one of the oldest posts, may be counted upon to receive the benefit of the permanent a JAPANESE GARDEN AND LILY establishment of the larger number of regular troops. If the war ceases the stocks of merchandise and the amount of cap ital being used by local merchants in meeting the needs of the present population and demands will prove to be excessive and there will naturally be reduction because of the abnormal population being reduced. This, how- COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN The Jewish Woman's Council has for its motto: "Holding my member ship in the Council of Jewish Women as something sacred and worthy of unfailing loyalty, I will sust...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921
Page Ten THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March 4, 1121. MY DEAR SIR OR MADAM; With your kind permission we herewith take the liberty of introduc ing you to the "Success Family." " The father of Success is Work. The mother of Success is Ambition. The oldest son is Common Sense. Some of the other boys are Perseverance, Honesty, Thoroughness, Foresight, Enthusiasm, and Co-operation. The oldest daughter is Character. Some of her sisters are Cheerfulness, Loyalty, Courtesy, Care, Economy, Sincerity and Harmony. The baby is Opportunity. Get well acquainted with the "Old Man" and you will be able to get along pretty well with all the rest of the family. Yours Respectfully, ED STEVES & SONS, The Original Home Builders, San Antonio, Texas. FRED HUMMERT PAINT WALL PAPER WINDOW GLASS ARTISTS' MATERIALS PICTURES, PICTURE FRAMING 204-6-8 West Commerce St. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS EUGENE NCLTE, President C. W. FICHTNER, Secy-Treas. MERCHANTS ICE and COLD STORAGE CO. (Incorporated) ICE CAPACITY 100 TONS ...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921
Friday, March 4, 1921. EDAR LODGE NO. 211 Edar Lodge No. 211, I. 0. B. B. is one of the oldest Lodges In the Dis trict Grand Lodge Number Seven. It was established about 1873 and had V SYLVAN LANG and still has some of the best Jews in San Antonio as its members. Such pioneer Jews as Dan and Anton Op penheimer, Sol and Mayer Halff, Mor ris Friedman, Saul Wolfson and oth ers, are some of its charter members, and at some time every prominent Jew in San Antonio has been a mem ber of it. In points of number hav ing about three hundred, and activi ties it is one of the most influential Lodges in the District. It has furn ished two Grand Presidents of the District, Brother S. C. Eldrige, who is also the originator of B'nai B'rith Day and Brother J. M. Oppcnhcimer; . Brother L. N. Lee, is now a member T of the General Committee. The past year has been one of un usual activities. The membership has been greatly increased and splen did and well attended meetings are held. A short time ago a ...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921
Page Twelve "THE JEWISH MONITOB Friday, March 4, 1921. WAGNER'S DRUG STORES TWO REXALL STORES RELIABILITY QUALITY-SERVICE MODERN PRESCRIP TION SERVICE IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC PERFUMES FINE CANDY Store No. 1407 E. Houston St. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS Store No. 2 Houston and St. Mary's Sts. TEXAS STEAM LAUNDRY HIGH-GRADE LAUNDRY WORK Excelling in the Cleaning and Dyeing of Women's Dainty Gowns SHELLEY UNDERTAKING COMPANY JOE SHELLEY, President and Manager FUNERAL CHAPEL AMBULANCE SERVICE-FUNERAL CHAPEL CORNER MAIN AVENUE AND TRAVIS PHONE CROCKETT 971 ESTABLISHED 1858 D. & A. OPPENHEIMER, Bankers (Unincorporated) An experience of More Than Half a Century Enables Us to Give the Best Service Consistent with Conservative Banking. ACCOUNTS SOLICITED SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS THE NEW EDISON THE PHONOGRAPH WITH A SOUL Gives you all the Artist has in both Voice and Instrumental Music Plays all Records. 312 W. COMMERCE ST. A. F. BEYER SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS mmmn mm "A STORE OF SINCERE SERVICE" A store whose ...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921
Friday, March 4, 1921. undertook to build a great people. Insignificant in numbers, cut off from the world, separated from the great commercial nations of their day, the children entered a small territory known as Palestine, hemmed in by i lL 1 NAT M. WASHER mountains on the East and North, by the desert on the South, by the sea on the West. Their isolation made them introspective and. under the divine in fluence, the developed from the woof and warp of their inner consciousness, a religion destined to bless humanity. At a time when the whole world was bowing before hooded cobras, or was worshipping snakes and crocidiles, or was prostrating before grinning, hor rible idols, the great masters in Israel were turning the eyes of humanity to the unseen God of all. Principles Rather Than Institutions While others were building powerful systems of ecclesiasticism, while oth ers were submitting to aboxinable priestcraft with its evil power, the religion of Israel was endeavoring to develop...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921
Page Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March 4, 1921. 1 Gunter Hotel San Antonio, Texas Internationally Known Catering to the Traveling Public GOOD ROOFS AS WE APPLY THEM, LAST MANY YEARS TAR and GRAVEL ASPHALT ROOFS SLATE SURFACE SHINGLES ROOF REPAIRING ROOFING MATERIAL OUR DEPARTMENT IS ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE Peden Iron & Steel Co MOVING PACKING SHIPPING STORAGE SCOBEY FIREPROOF STORAGE COMPANY Blue Bonnet Creamery Co-operative Creamery 800 East Houston St. San Antonio, Texas Owned and Operated by 300 Milk Producers Our products are pasteurized, clarified and stand ardized sweet milk ; Blue Bonnet Butter, butter milk, cream and ice cream. YOUR PATRONAGE Will Be Appreciated
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921
Friday, March 4, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Pag Fifteen loved wore the yellow veil of disgrace. Thus enclosed he was denied the right to own or till the soil; for those who worked on the soil might become strong and healthy, and it was the world's purpose to bend the Jew's back, to weaken, and, if possible, to break it. Schools were closed to him, and though he might knock at the doors of the universities they would not open to him. Governments pas sed laws restricting the number of marriages permitted each year, among this people, hoping, no doubt to thus impair domestic morals. Prescribed Outcat Year in and year out preachers thundered against the Jews. Even Luther advised, "Treat the Jews as gypsies; cut out the tongues of their best and most learned men, unless they accept the teachings of Chris tianity!' It was. therefore, not strange that all manner of accusa tions should be brought against this unfortunate people, that it should be falsely urged, with the intent of arousing ant...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921
Page Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOfc Friday, March 4, 1921. Jew is "shrewdness and astuteness in speculation and money matters gen erally." There are about ten million Jews in the world, nine million at least are very poor. It may be said of them, as was said of the Nazarene, whose spirit is strangely wanting in so many of his followers, "the son of man hath not where to lay his head." Instead of "as rich as a Jew," the pro verb should run "as poor as a Jew." Talk not of "Jewish Methods!" But if you will, what then? Are you right in condemning all for a few bad specimens? Blame the bad Jew and you will have the thanks of every self-respecting Jew; but acknowledge that not all Jews are bad! Judge each Jew on his merits as a man, and not through the distorting lenses of prejudices, misrepresentations and errors that have been current for long ages of persecution during the Jew could not speak in self-defense. The Efforts of Conversionalists - There are many, movey perhaps, by pity and uns...