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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 August 1919

Friday, AupiBt 29, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Fifteen to hope that the darstic experience of this war may lead Russia to a differ ent view? A Blessing In Dreadful DisguiHe. If the war does help the Jew, it will indeed be a blessing in dreadful dis guise. One-half the Jews of the world nave had to bear its miseries, its cruelties, its sufferings. hTey lived in the theater of war between Russia and Germany and Austria. In this region, almost without ceasing, the campaign continued. The Russians laid waste the country in order to em barrass their pursuing enemies, and between the two armies the popula tion, of which the Jews were a large part, suffered untold horrors. As soon as the war came on, as soon as mobilization were initiated, Germany and Austria, on the one hand, and Russia, on the other, vied with each other in a cultivation of the good-will of the Poles and the Jews. Russia promised that an autono mous Poland would be created from all three of the incomplete tribal dis. tricts...

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. — 29 August 1919

Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, August 29, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 211 Wett Eleventh St., Fort Worth, Texae 'Phone, Lamar 5460 DR. GEORGE FOX EDITOR c JEWISH CALENDAR 5679-1918 Rosh Hashhanah Sautrday, Sept. 7 Fast of Gedullah Monday, Sept. 9 Yom Klppur Monday, Sept. 16 Sukkoth, First Day.... Saturday, 8ept. 21 Hoshannnh Kabbah Friday, Sept. 27 Sh'mlnl Azereth Saturday, Sept. 28 Simchath Torah Sunday, Sept. 29 Rosh Chodcsh Chesvan. .Monday, Oct. 7 Jlosh Chodcsh Klslcv.... Tuesday, Nov. 6 Chanukkah Friday, Nov. 29 Rosh Chodesh Tcbet.. Wednesday, Dec. 4 Fast of Tcbet Friday, Dec. IS 5679-1919 Rosh Chodesh Shebat ..Thursday, Jan. 2 Rosh Chodesn Adar.... Saturday, Feb. 1 Rosh Chodesh Ve-Adar. .Monday, Mar. 3 Fast of Esther Saturday, March 15 1'urlm Sunday, March 16 Rosh Chodesh Nissan. .Tuesday, April 1 Pesach, First Day Tuesday, April 15 Pesach, Seventh Day ....onday, April 21 Rosh Chodcsh Iyyar ..Thursday, May 1 Lair B'Omar 8unday, Ma...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 September 1919

. tnw mf r v II I UN . TTT T7TTT 1 1 I ii-L Ullb I 7 A CU M v I I DP. GEOPGE FOX..EDITOP j-, 15FIHE GPEAT SOVTHWES eading Jewish Joupmb: y y - . . l DR. (IKOKCK FOX, PreHldetit I 8AM IjIF'SHITZ, Vlee-I'reiildelit I I.OUI8 MORRIS. 8ec' -Trens. 1 The editor m not riHiiiiHllil for viewHj expressed liy contributor!). AiionymoUH . I letters will receive no cotmlderutlon. TV! I't? Trv a a v r WW 1 Kliltriil hi iiu- i,,,, ruaiolflc) ' an Hi'oonrt riiiM Mall Matter by th Mon- ' It or rulillithltiK Company. S f VOL. VIII. NO. 22. FORT WORTH-DALLAS, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1919. Price J 1.50 Per Year. FOREIGN and DOMESTIC NEWS FROM SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS CONFERENCE OF ORTHODOX JEWISH ORGANIZATIONS AT WARSAW. London: (By I. J. P. B.) Delegate! from sixty towns were present at the Conference in Warsaw of the Ortho dox Jewish organizations of Poiand. Delegates from I'osen were unable to attend but telegraphed their greet ings to the conierence. Rabbi Perl mutter opened the session. Rabbi Hal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 September 1919

Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 5, 1919. 4 WACO. Mr. Joe Snaman of Waco is here for a few days visiting the store of Snaman & Co. (Fort Worth.) Mr. Abe Cohen has returned from a two months' trip to New York. Mrs. Bessie Sachs (buyer) for Sna man & Co. Waco and Fort Worth, has returned from New York. JEWISH WELFARE BOARD. Paris, August 30. Praise of the work of the Jewish Welfare Board with the American Expeditionary Forces is contained in a letter to Chaplain Elkan C. Voorsanger, Direc tor of the overseas activities of the Jewish Welfare Board, from Lieut. Col. Kenneth Mygatt, Commissioner of the American Red Cross for France. His letter follows: "Before the work in France comes entirely to a close and we lose touch with the Jewish Welfare Board in its work for the American Army, I want you to know that the co-operation and kindliness of your organization have been deeply appreciated by the Amer ican Red Cross. I wish to express to you our congratulations for what y...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 September 1919

Friday, September 6, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Three THE PROGRESSIVE WORLD STRUGGLE OF THE JEWS FOR CIVIL EQUALITY An address delivered by the ex President, William Howard Taft, be fore the National Geographic Society at Washington, D. C. By William Howard Taft. In the National Geographical Magazine. (Continued from Last Issue) When we consider the congestion in i , New York in the East End of one mil lion Jews, and that this has come within the last thirty years, it seems remarkable that it has not given more trouble to our civilization and our gov ernment than it has. These are the lessons which an Investigation by Russian statesmen into our experience would furnish. Strength of the Jewish Character. The Jews of the world, in countries where they have had equal opportuni ties, have won their way not only to great financial power, but to places of commanding influence in journal ism in the professions, and in busi ness. They have retained always an cute interest in the welfare of th...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 September 1919

Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 5, 1919. I & editorial! 1 THE TRAGEDY OF JUDAISM. We have for the last few days, been look ing up boyhood and college friends, many of whom have made eminent places for them sedves in their chosen fields. Being a rabbi, our conversations often drifted to religious themes. Somehow or other, a rabbi always carries his profession with him. Others do not. A lawyer or doctor can get away from his workaday routine, after business hours, like a business man. A rabbi always think3 of his work, for the rabbi who wants to keep apace with the world, must always be on the lookout for thoughts and suggestions from others. Moreover, the right kind of religious life is not bounded bv business hours, and men always think of religion be cause it affects every phase of life. So that in our social calls and friendly chats, we in variably drifted to religious values as they touch living man in a pulsating life. Most of the young men of our acquain tance, ar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 September 1919

Friday, September 5, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Five I NEWS FROM DALLAS 1 Re-Engaged an Organist for Tempi Emanu-EL Mrs. J. H. Cassidy, who has been organist and choir director at Temple Emanu-El for the last twelve years, has just been re-engaged for the sea son of 1919-20. More than half of the ritualistic service is given in music. The temple auditorium has a hand some new orsran, and a quartet from the best professional singers in the city are encaged for the work. The service music is usually an an adaptation of traditional melodies and modem anthems. Many differ, .ent musical settiners are used throuTh out the year. During the summer Mrs. Cassidy has arranged and com posed two complete services of sixteen numbers each, to be used this win ter. She has made a snecial studv of the Jewish music in the temnle of the East, and has worked with the noted comnosT and cantor, Max Spicker of New York. Saulna. Okla. Mr. Have Go'dberg of Pallas. is vis itin Mr. and Mrs. Louis Geeteh of Mrs....

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 September 1919

Six World peace or world havoc. The" Jew has yearned longer and suffered more for the realization of the peace ideal than any other people in the wdrld. He has been the pro tagonist for righteousness in the world for nearly thirty centuries. Ac tively through preaching, and silent ly through praying, he has contended for both peace and righteousness sinca our first ancestors pronounced the Shalom and since Amos first cast hit thunderbolts into the midst of the re ligious revelers at Bethel. Now, the world-peace that seemed almost on the point of realization is being threatened by a powerful ele ment principles for the national life and international relations are those which the Jew first gave to the world and for which he has fought and pray ed ever since. The Jew, who under stands probably better than anyone else, both from his experience and from his unfulfilled hopes, the results of unrighteousness as it affects an unprotected people, Is perhaps in the position to judge the pres...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 September 1919

Friday, September 6, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Seven KOSHER PROFITEERING. When we consider the varied un accountable acts and doings of man kind, even of its most civilized por tion, we are irrestisibly led to the conclusion that ninety-nine percent of it consists of the following three parts: one third crazy, one third idi otic, and one third rascality and hypo critical. The present agitaion regarding the high cost of living, hoarding, profi teering, gouging, etc., is one more confirmation of our conclusion. What ia all this excitement about? And what will it all end in- In nothing, of course. How can it be otherwise? Profiteering has been going on ever since man began to trade, bar ter, exchange, sell and do business. What is the incentive, motive, rea son, of all business and all effort? Profiteering. Everybody is trying to get all he can out or the general scramble. Business and profession, capital and labor, producer and gam bler, worker and shirker, all are in the same game. Th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 September 1919

Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 6, 1919. Away from the Path of Uncertainty o K-IN PRODUCING & REFINING COMPANV NO IDLE PROMISE BUT THE TRUTH 1 The purpose for which this company is formed is to build a Refinery to manufacture crude oil products; to be wholesale manufacturers and jobbers of crude products, such as Gasoline, Kerosine and Crude Oil pro ducts. Our Refinery site (36 acres), which we own in Fee, is located 5 miles N. E. of Fort Worth on the T. P. & St. L. S. W. R. R., served by two pipe lines which are common carriers in the state of Texas, where we will build our 5,000-barrel modern refinery. Hi (COPYRIGHT Al Our Holdings 36-a. in Fee, 5 miles N. E. Fort Worth on T. P. & St. L. S. W., where we will build our refinery, just opposite the Magnolia, Pierce, Fordyce & Gulf Refineries THE BIG ONES. Valuable Leases We own 2,000 acres in ten proven fields in Texas, 900 acres of which are in Erath County, where the largest wells in the state of Texas ar...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 September 1919

Friday, September 6, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Nine --ELIMINATING THE GAMBLE 0 K-IN PRODUCING & REFINING COMPANV NOT A DREAM BUT A REALITY X PLIED FOR) It has been the history of the oil industry that those who have invested in the refining of crude oil have realized on their investments in nearly every instance. Where there has been one failure of a refining com pany paying substantial dividends, there have been countless numbers of failures among producing com panies to even secure a single barrel of oil. With the refining business the stockholders cun ko daily, if he so desires, to the site, and see the foundations, brickwork, stonework, stills and other valuable machinery placed upon an.l erected on the site, and he can go away feeling that his money is being spent in something tangible, and not put into a dry hole where he cannot even see that his money has ever served any useful purpose. We believe that this statement as to th desirability of refining stock over oil stock w...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 September 1919

Ten AFTER TWENTY YEARS. (Letter from Roumania) By Leo Wolfson. After twenty years of absence, I am now revisiting Roumania, my na tive land. I was a lad of eighteen years when I left a college student, with a keen sense of the injustices and op pression which were the lot of my people. My spirit yearned for liberty, and in other, more hospitable lands, I hoped to find the opportunities which were denied me in my own country. In the true Jewish spirit I picked up the legendary wandering stick and at first actually walking, and then in a long adventurous journey, with a group of one hundred young men similarly sit uated, I arrived in God's own coun try "America." My life in the land of the free is known to many and I need ideals, in an important position, after not make a recital of it. Now, saturated with American twenty years I came back for a short visit, to see those I left, and in my humble way, do something, if possible for the amelioration of their condi tions. Roumania! In the...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 September 1919

THE JEWISH MONITOR Eleven JUSTICE BRANDEIS SAILS FOR AMERICA. FORT WORTH BUSINESS DIRECTORY Friday, September 5, 1919. British Government. Sends. Pogrom Investigation Commission to Poland. Mr. Justice Louis D. Brandeis, hon orary president of the Zionist Organi zation of America, is expected to sail for New York from London, August 30th. A few days after his arrival in New York, Mr. Brandeis will leave for Chicago to attend the 22nd Annual Convention of the Zionist Organzai tion of America, to be held there be. ginning with September 12th. He will be accompanied by Prof. Felix Frank furter, Mr. Jacob dcllals, executive secretary of the Zionist Organization of America, Mrs. Mary Fels and Ber nard A. Rosenblatt. Justice Brandeis had made a flying trip to Palestine to investigate con ditions there. Just before he left Lon don for New York a reception was held in his honor there. During the course of the reception Dr. Weitzmann spoke very highly of the groat work Justice Brandeis had do...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 September 1919

Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 6, 1919. ---- - BUY IT AT RENFRO'S, 4 Busy Rexall Drug Store Ifort worth newsI NOTICE. Regular meeting of Isidor Straus Lodge No. 619, I. 0. B. B., first and third Tuesdays of each month at 8 o'clock p. m. at the Hebrew Institute. All members are urged to attend as there are always important matters to be discussed. L. M. MILLER, President. ELI GILBERT, Secretary. Congregational. Temple Beth-El, Bth and Taylor Streets. Services Friday evening at d o'clock, Saturday morning, 11 o'clock, Sunday morning, 11:15. Sab oath School, Saturday morning at 9 o'clock, and Sunday at 10:00. Synagogue Avatah Sholem. Friday evening services at 8 o'clock. Satur day morning, 8 o'clock. Sabbath school Saturday morning, 10 o'clock. lar business was transacted, bunco was played, at which Miss Regina Kahn won high score and Miss Jen nie Copling consolation. A lovely ice course was served to the following members: Misses Leona Cohen, Ida Wolffson, Regina Kahn, Ka...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 September 1919

Friday, September 5, 1919. CORSICANA. THE JEWISH MONITOR Miss Mary Weinstcin of Fort Worth is visiting in the K. Wolens home. Mr. Uriah Cerf is visiting here from Fort Worth. His friends were all glad to see him. Mr. Dave Levy returned home last Wednesday after seeing 19 months service in France. He was the first Jewish boy to leave for the army and the last to return. On Thursday last, the C. F. Club met at the home of Miss Rose Dan iels to indulge in the usual game of bridge. Everybody was in excellent spirits and played "better than ever." After the scores were added, it was found that Mrs. Ivan Rosenberg was the winner and for her skillful play ing was awarded a dainty pin cushion. Rose, who was always considered a gracious hostess, served at her best and all declared that her refresh ments were "hard to beat." The club members accepted Mrs. Made Gol den's invitation to meet at her home Thursday next. Misses Hilda and Stella Jarett vis ited in Dallas last week. Born To Mr. and M...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 September 1919

Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Zionist Organization of America PALESTINE OPENS LARGE TRADE FIELD The economic outlook of Palestine is analyzed by a special correspond ent of the London Morning Post. Treating his subject from the point of British commercial interests, the cor respondent says: "Although Egypt had aided Pales tine considerably since the cessation of hostilities, little more can be ex pected from that source. Before the war Egypt was in no way a large sup plier of Palestine, the figures for 1913 being $305,000,, a total which bears no comparison with those of England, Turkey, and Austria. Since the occu pation Egypt has imported rice, su gar, beans, soap onions tobacco, foot wear, Manchester goods, fish, caustic soda, alcohol, provisions, dates and household utensils, but the regular supply of these goods to Palestine must be regarded as abnormal, as it took place at a time when Egypt's own imports were considerably limit ed by the exigencies of war, and a prolonged demand...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 September 1919

Friday, September 5, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Fifteen NATIONAL FEDERATION of TEMPLE SISTERHOODS A LITTLE GIANT. The accomplishments of the Sis terhood of Sinai Temple, Cham paign, 111., attest that the size of an organization may determine the ex tent but not the number of activities. Though rather small, the Champaign Sisterhood has undertaken as many duties as its larger contemporaries. Two fields of work participated in by the Sisterhood last season merit spec ial attention. The society gathered a large quantity of used clothing for destitute inhabitants of Palestine. Secondly, it gave several suppers for the Jewish students at Illinois State University, in order to bring them into contact with the religious influ ence of th Temple. Preparing for Meeting In Deo Moines As a member of the Des Moines Federation of Woman's Clubs, the United Bcvenolent Society of Temple B'nai Jeshurun has been called upon to aid in arranging for the Biennial Convention of the General Federation of Wom...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 September 1919

Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 6, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 211 Wert Eleventh St., Fort Worth, Tex 'Phone, Lamar 5460 DR. GEORGE FOX EDITOR JEWISH CALENDAR 6679-1918 Rosh ITashhanah Sautrday. Sept. 7 Fast of Gedaliah Monday. Sept. 9 Yom Klppur Monday, Sept. 16 Sukkoth, First Day. .. .Saturday, Sept. 21 Hoshannah Ilabbah Friday, Sept. 27 Sh'mlnl zereth Saturday, Sept. 28 Slmchath Torah Sunday, Sept. 29 Rosh Chodesh Chcsvan. .Monday, Oct. 7 Rosh Chodesh Kislev. .. .Tuesday, Nov. 5 Clmnukkah Friday, Nov. 29 Rosh Chodesh Tebet. .Wednesday, Dec. J Fast of Tebet Friday, Dec. 13 6679-1919 Rosh Chodesh Shebat ..Thursday, Jan. 2 Rosh Chodesn Adar. .. .Saturday, eb. 1 Rosh Chodesh Ve-Adar. .Monday. Mar. 3 Fast of Esther Saturday, March 15 Purlm Sunday, March 16 Rosh Chodesh Nissan. .Tuesday, April 1 I'esach, First Day Tuesday, April 15 I'esach, Seventh Day ....onday, April 21 Rosh Chodesh Iyyar ..Thursday, May 1 T.aff B'Omar Sunday, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 12 September 1919

JL Si DP. GEOPGE F0X.ED1T0P KSrM DH. (JKf)lt(lH TOX, President I 8AM MI'HHITK, Vlre-1 'resident I I.OU1S MOKKIU, Sec'y-Troas. I The editor In not reHponHible for view) expressed by contributor!). AnonymouH ' letters will rerelve no consideration. 1 ( Knlered In tin- rmi nun 11 rontoffW-el an tvTnrid I "limit Mall Mutter by the Mon- ' llor I'iiIiIIhIiIi.k Company. N VOL. VIII. NO. 23. FORT WORTH-DALLAS, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. 1 !!'.. Price $l..r0 Per Year. 1 1 FOREIGN and DOMESTIC NEWS FROM SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS r. 3 V5j ZIONIST CONVENTION TO CON SIDEIt STATUS OF JEWS IN EUROPE. Important Reports to He Made at Chi cago by Judge Julian W. Mack and Dr. Stephen S. Wise Regarding Prospects of Emancipation and End of Pogrom. Discussion of the status of the Jews in Europe, with especial regard to the prospects for their political emancipa tion, will be one of the big features of the 22nd Annual Convention of the Zionist Organization of America which begins its formal sessions at the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 12 September 1919

Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 12, 1919 Ifort worth newsI NOTICE. Regular meeting of Isidor Strain Lodge No. 519, I. 0. B. B., first and third Tuesdays of each month at 8 o'clock p. m. at the Hebrew Institute. All members are urged to attend as there are always important matters to be discussed. L. M. MILLER, President. ELI GILBERT, Secretary. Congregational. Temple Beth-El, 5th and Taylor Streets. Services Friday evening at 8 o'clock, Saturday morning, 11 o'clock, Sunday morning, 11:15. Sab bath School, Saturday morning at 9 o'clock, and Sunday at 10:00. Synagogue Avatah Sholem. Friday evening services at 8 o'clock. Satur day morning, 8 o'clock. Sabbath school Saturday morning, 10 o'clock. Mr. L. F. Shanblum left for St. Louis and Chicago and while in Chica go he will represent the Fort Worth District at the convention of the Am erican Zionist Organization. On Sunday, Sept. 14th, Mr. Esir Ablon, one of Fort Worth's popular young men will marry Miss Hazel Evelyn Dreeben, d...

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