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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 March 1921

Friday March 25 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Nine THE JEWISIIMONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 'Phone Lamar 5460 DR. QEORQE FOX EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS Butlnw Manager Officers k Dr. George Fox President T Bum r.lnhlli VI...VM.Iil.n Louli Morris.'. "Secretary-Treasurer The editor ti not reeponalble for vlewa ex- firesaed by contributor!. Anonymoui ttera will receive no consideration. Entered In the Fort Worth Postoffloe aa Seoond Class Mall Matter by the Mont- tor Publishing Company. JEWISH CALENDAR 561.1920 New Tear'i Eve 8un. Sept. IX 7 Yotn Klppur Wed. Sept. 22 Succoth (First Day) . ...Mon. Sept. 27 Buccoth (Last Day 8hlmlnl- Atsereth) Mon. Oct. 4 Slmchatch Torah Tues. Oct. 6 Koach-Chodeach Cheavan Wed. Oct. Is Koach-Chodeach Klslev . .Frl. Nov. 12 Chanukah (Feaat of Dedica- tion ..) Mon. Deo. 6 Roach-Chodeach Tebeth. .Sun. ..Deo. 12 Fast of Tebeth Tues. Deo. 21 M81.1821 Rorch-Chodesch Shebat ....Mon. Jun. 10 Roseh-Chodeach Adar Wed. Feb. -t Rosch-Chodeech Ve 'ad...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 March 1921

THE JEWISH MOKITOR Friday March 25 1921. Page Ten In Order to Meet the Demand Another Lot of Books Entitled "Judaism Christianity and the Modern Social Ideals" By Dr. George Fox Has Been Prepared This book is the only one of its kind written in America and competent authorities have pronounced it as one of unusual merit. The first chapter contains a short sketch of the New Testament The last chapter contains the attitude of the Jews toward Jesus and discusses the reasons why a Jew cannot accept Jesus as the Messiah Price $1.50 For Sale by the Jewish Monitor If you want to know what Judaism stands for read this Book. A thoutand authon worked during marly too thousand yean to product a mighty otll on unique In the entire hlttory of literature. A Scholar of the nineteenth end twentieth centurle toiled for forty yean to J'iix this work to he Enf-iih-ipeal(lng World. Tht mult It THE TALMUD IN ENGLISH Original Text Translated Formulated and Edited By MICHAEL L RODKINSON TO WHICH it AODIO ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 March 1921

Friday. March 25 1921. hardly notice if continued over two months. Frequent "Bronchial" "Grip" or "Fever" attacks very suspicious. Blood Spitting If blood ia coughed up the cause is tuberculosis nine times in ten. Pleurisy Caused by tuberculosis about seven times in ten. ' Night-Sweats Very suspicious. Loss of weight and strength very suspicious especially if there is a slight cough. ' If any of these symptoms are pres. ent no matter how well you look or feel go to your physician and explain your case. Yon can be cured if you be- gin in time. Hundreds of patients who have been treated at the State Tuber- culosis Sanatorium at Sanatorium Texas are well today. If you have tuberculosis learn it early. Early diagnosis means half the battle won in the cure. For further information and in- structive literature on the prevention and cure write to the State Tubercu- losis Sanatorium Bureau of Corres- pondence Sanatorium Texas. TBI JEWISH MONITOR Pag Eleven CHESTERTON IS A "BOOB" OR A "NUT S...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 March 1921

Page Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday March 25 1921. held at the Shaareth Israel Synagogue Dr. Werne will speak on "The Mod- ern Amalek." The subject of his ser- mon Saturday morning will be "The Biblical Sacrifice." Purim services will be held Wednesday at 8 p. m. and Thursday at 8 a. m. The "Megillath Esther" will be read at both services. Mr. and Mrs. Sam T. Kaufman Entertain. Mr. and Mrs. Sam T. Kaufman en- NEWS FROM DALLAS Miss Junaita H. Kramer will arrive Sunday morning from University of Chicago to spend the Easter holidays with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Irvin L. Kramer 2685 South Boulevard. She will be accompanied by Miss Edna Lyons of Kansas City. The Council of Jewish Women and the Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El held a joint meeting today at 3 p. m. at' the art gallery at Fair Park. Miss Ona Brown talked on "The Second Annual Art Exhibit." Rabbi Lefko- witz made a short talk on "Jewish Art' and Miss Ruth de Capree ex- plained the pictures in the gallery. Miss Nora Wormser a...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 March 1921

Friday March 35 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Thirteen tcrtained with a reception Sunday evening at their home 2806 Cleveland street in celebration of the sixth an- niversary of their marriage. The home was decorated with Am- erican Beauty roses and Easter lilies. At 9 p. m. a delicious supper was served. The guests were seated at a long table covered with beautiful linen cloth and decorated with vases of ro- ses and carnations and at each place were tiny baskets filled with confec- tions and almonds. Michael Murphy was toastmaster and led with a toast to the bride and groom of six years. He was followed in appropriate and happy speechmaking by Mayor Frank Wozencraft Col. W. E. Talbot L. E. McGee and others. Mr. and Mrs. Kaufman were assist- ed in receiving by Mrs. Charles Kauf- man and by Mrs. Kaufman's parents Mr. and Mrs. Max Kaufman and by Mrs. Kaufman's sister Mrs. M. Rub- enstein and Dr. Rubenstein of Shreve- port La. The guests numbered about 100 and included both married and...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 March 1921

Page Fourteen THE SOUTH'S FASTEST GROWING PAPER HOUSE" GAMER PAPER COMPANY WHOLESALE PAPER WRAPPING PAPER PAPER BAGS BOXES AND TWINE PRINTING DONE IN OUR OWN PLANT FORT WORTH and DALLAS BUY IT AT RENFRO'S 7 Busy Rexall Drug Stores WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS NATIONAL FIX WANTED with some nice Jewish family a home by an elderly Jewish lady of means. State your price and address communication to 1100 Macon street. Cafe Where Every Meal Is a FEAST DALLAS and FORT WORTH Jewish Organizations & Pro fessional Men Should know what the Jewish Proa wrltet about them The Jtwlth Preee In All Languages la Read and Clipped by ua. Wa are tha flrat and only Jawtah Clipping- Service For Clippings from tha Jawtah Praaa write to Clipping Dept. INTERNATIONAL JEWISH PRESS BUREAU Inc. Beekman Street. NEW YORK Telephone! Cortlandt M60 LAMAR 103 Union Transfer Co Moving Vane Fire Proof Storage Baggage Transfer Office and Warehouae: 1704 Jonee Street Mention tha Monitor In calling. MM. jlii THE JEWISH BANK TH...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 March 1921

Friday March 25 1021. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Fifteen WAR ON JUDAISM IS PLANNED IN AUSTRIA. Vienna: Worldwide war on Judaism was contemplated in resolutions pass- ed at the closing session of the Aus- trian Anti-Semitic Congress yester- day. A world anti-Semitic congress was called to meet in Budapest next autumn and a central bureau was created to get in touch with anti-Semitic centers throughout the world. Provision was made in the resolu- tions similar to the one that occurred here on Sunday in every provincial capital of Austria once each month. CITATION BY PUBLICATION. Herein Fall Not but have you then and there hefnr anM rv.ii .hi wi. your return thereon showing how you Tll? 8tate of Texas In the District Court have executed the same. Tarrant County Texaa April Term A. witness Mrs. O. Frank Coffey Clerk of the District Court of Tarrant County. uiven unuer my nana ana aeal of aald Court In Fort Worth thia 2nd day of March A. D. 1921. (Seal) MRS. O. FRANK COFFEY Clerk District C...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 March 1921

Page Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday March 25 1921. i - . Do You Remember? that over a year ago and for six whole months Ellison's advised you through the local news papers NOT TO BUY FURNITURE--IF YOU MUST BUY-BUY ONLY WHAT YOU NEEDNO MORE. To day Ellison's owns no goods at the old Peak Prices. Ellison's merchandise is practically all new. To day Ellison's PRICES are such that you will not see lower for a long time to come. Ellison's PRICES are based not alone on present factory list but on THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PURCHASE PRICE. NEW FURNITURE is arriving daily- with better designsbetter finish better cabinet work better prices and better service. With keen competition the fac- tories gave us all these things and you in turn get the benefit. You will do yourself an injustice if you do not get ELLISON'S PRICES and see ELLISON'S NEW STYLES. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Ellison Furniture & Carpet Company ONE PRICE TO ALL it

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 1 April 1921

; The 1 H'r i nr Ym DP. GEOPGE FOX ED TOP VOL. X NO. 28. 0 Leading Jewish Jopma FORT WORTH-DALLAS TEXAS FRIDAY APRIL 1 1921. V SHREVEFORT Annual Edition H - A- RABBI ABRAM BRILL The Beloved Rabbi of Temple B'nal Zlon Shreveport La. ttThe GpeatSduthwes. PriM Fir Cents

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 1 April 1921

Page Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday April 1 1921. The Store that Grows and Keeps on Growing All the Yer r round Gifts (orKufe 3m 613-615 TEXAS ST. BOTH PHONES 1118 Ghreveport's Complete Department Store "Better Merchandise at no Greater Cost" Authorized Dealers THE UNIVERSAL CAR FORD CARS PARTS AND SERVICE TIRES AND ACCESSORIES FOR ALL CARS SHREVEPORT LOUISIANA There is a friendly atmosphere and helpful spirit about the Exchange Na- tional Bank that you will be sure to appreciate Mutual helpfulness is the basis upon which we strive to conduct every phase of our bank's service. To help you and your interests is our prime motive. Let's Get Acquainted EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK "A BANK FOR EVERYBODY" SHREVEPORT LA. The Sign Pointing to Success IS A SAVINGS BANK It is an institution organized to help men women and children in their efforts to advance along the road to prosperity. This bank offers every necessary facility for Banking and Saving and solicits your patronage. 48 On Savings City ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 1 April 1921

Friday April 1 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Pag Thm 1 i i ' A 1 it- X" ' fc .-)G Yr-'J' V ' ' wk 7 1 ; km S. L. Herold President I C f I Judge David Samuels Vice Temple B'Nai Zion I Pres- Temple B'Nai Zion Max Levy Treasurer Temple B'Nai Zion - i ' J vf Ml : - ' ' kl W - Ma iff N Beautiful Temple B'Nai Zion Shreveport La Jake Kaufman Secretary

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 1 April 1921

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday April 1 1921. Shreveport the Queen City of the Great Southwest Queen Citjy of Southwest Advances in Leaps and Bounds in Past Quarter Century; Progress Unrivaled by Any Place; Is Marvel of the Nation and Richest Community Per Capita in America; In Splendid Financial Condition and Over Million Dollars Voted by Property Owners for Further Public Improvements. Page Four ''v':': ' 'h- j y ! '''if ' LEON I. KAIIN COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC UTILITIES In the early sixties when the growth of Shreveport at that time demanded a town hall our venerable and highly respected citizen Major Nathaniel S. Allen architect was selected to design a build- ing to meet the requirements of the community at that time and in accordance with the custom there was selected the plan to erect the building which appears in the upper corner of this page and which twenty-five years ago reflected the sentiment of the municipality during that period. The appearance of this building might well car...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 1 April 1921

Friday April 1 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Five Established 1869 Seymour L. Florsheim Louis S. Florsheim President Secy-Treas. Bernard H. Florsheim Vice-Prcs. i Good bread is a delight to all. To the housewife good bakers' bread is doubly so. It means to her that she can save time energy strength and mon- ey by buying instead of baking. How fortunate then is the housewife who knows CAMPBELL'S MERIT BREAD GROCERS SELL IT The Campbell Baking Co.raa SHKEVEPORT COMPLIMENTS OF Tekulski & Freedman Artistic Jewelry 419 Texas Street. Shreveport U. The Florsheim Bros. Dry Goods Co. Ltd. WHOLESALE Dry Goods Notions and Furnishing Goods 510-512-511-516 Commerce Street. 88 CHOCOLATES DE LUXE As exclusive representative for this city we take pride in offering the delicious crea- tions of thisfcrld Famous Confectioner SAENGER DRUG CO. Inc. Agents a'.o for Elmer's Maillard's Tiffin and Pane & Shaw.

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 1 April 1921

!S Page Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Louisiana's Invitation By Harry D. Wilson Commissioner of Agriculture and Immigration. The hospitality of Louisiana is pro- verbial and she now stands with open arms at her borders to welcome the stranger. Nature is exceedingly boun- tiful within her gates; agriculturist manufacturer or artisan will find here what all men seek "a festival of well requited labor" with a genial cli- mate an honest sunny-tempered peo- ple and all the advantages of Twen- tieth Century civilization. Those who have come to her in recent years stand ready to testify in her behalf. Louisiana's marvelous development of the past ten years is but the fore- runner of a more marvelous develop- ment in the future. She invites you to come and be a part of this develop- ment. The 1910 United States census report shows that capital invested in farms yielded in Louisiana an income of 27 3 per cent annually on the in- vestment and this gentle stranger is 70 per cent higher than the gener...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 1 April 1921

IriUy April 1 1921. THX JI WIIB MONITOR Crawford Jenkins & Booth Ltd. W. T. Crawford Pres. John Jenkins V-Pres. J. J. Booth"6ecy.-Treas. Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors Studebaker Thornhill Huntingburg Wagons Buggies and Harness ; Jordan Paige and Gardner Automobiles White F. W. D. (Four-Wheel Drive) Paige Atlas and Smith Form-A-Trucks Highway Trailers Casings Tubes and Oils. LIME AND CEMENT Shreveport La. Schwartz Optical Co. MANUFACTURING AND GRINDING Opticians 306 Texas Street SHREVEPORT LA. OLD PHONE 3225 All Work Guaranteed Dr. F. W. Schwenk Manager. Elliott Electric Company (Incorporated) Electrical Contractors Chandelier Manufacturers APEX VACUUM CLEANERS A. C. C. WASHING MACHINES Electrical Equipment for the Home in its Entirety 517 Spring Street SHREVEPORT LA. S. G. Dreyfus Company Importers Wholesale Dry Goods NOTIONS FURNISHING GOODS Corner Crockett and Spring Streets SHREVEPORT LA. Page Sren

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 1 April 1921

Page Eight THE JEWISH MONITOi Friday April 1 1921. Indeed it ia said by competent judges that Louisiana is the best state in the union for raising hogs. Colonel F. L. Maxwell a Union sol- dier from Illinois who cast his lot at Mound Madison Parish Louisiana forty-five years ago and has accumu- lated a large fortune by farming says: "As requested I give you my opin- ion on the advantages of Louisiana to the investor and homeseeker. Louisi- we have excellent churches and schools; quick and easy transporta- tion facilities. "As a corn country this is not ex- celled by the famous Wabash and White River bottoms of Indiana or the corn belt of Central Illinois Iowa . Nebraska or Kansas and it excels all other states in ribbon cane cotton rice clover alfalfa Bermuda peas soy beans and all kinds of vegetables. "Louisiana produces the finest oran- Come to Dixie. In conclusion let me again invite to Dixie the sturdy citizens of the north and west who have gone to Canada or contemplate a change...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 1 April 1921

Frifejr April 1 JML THE JEWISH MONITOR 0 Old rhone 51 (9 AT CI TIE ESSE Dickiiison Motor Co. Marshall & Crockett Streets Abel & Asher Co "Roasters Tea Coffee Spices Extracts i "... and Good Things to Eat S26 Texas Street New rhone 59 It's Mighty Fine to come here and collect in- surance on your burned up or damaged car. That is the advantage of carrying an automobile policy with us. We maintain a claim de- partment to give you Ser- vice and safeguard your in- terest. Immediate pay- ments made by this office. IQUERBES O0URQUIN INSURANCE 214 Milam Street SHREVEPORT LOUISIANA ' " THE CLANG OF THE FIRE APPARATUS is a reminder that if you are not insured it behooves you to waste no time get- ting protection against fire loss. Make that your first duty. We will write you a . policy in a millionaire com- pany and place it in force immediately. INSURE WITH US. COMPLIMENTS OF W. W. WARING UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER 519-521 Edwards Street Both Phones 320

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 1 April 1921

Paga Tn THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday April 1 Ml' fireworki spectacle numerous free acta and Midway attractions and vais ious other amusements with probably a horse show. It has been several years since there was a horse show at the Louisiana Fair but the expecta- tion is that one will be staged this year. If the plans materialize the show will be held in the Coliseum In which last year the first annual Na- tional Jersey Cattle Show was con. ducted. The Midway attractions will be fur- nished by the C. A. Wortham Shows. The contract has already been entered into. The free acts have not yet been decided on but the management is figuring on a collection of unusually attractive acts.' The plans for the horse meet pro. vide for both running and harness events six each day of the 7-day meet and horses to the extent of (15000 will probably be hung up. OFFICERS LOUISANA LODGE NO. 107 1. 0. B. B. Jake Katzenstein President; I. L. Shaferman Monitor; Louis Selber Treasurer; David Gallant Vice Pres...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 1 April 1921

Frldar April 1 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR 1 if H U P MO BILE When we say the Hupmobile is the best car of its class in the world we are simply echoing the con- viction of the thousands of families who own it. H UPMOBILE S. B. HICKS MOTOR CO. INCORPORATED FOR SALE Red River and Mississippi Delta Plantations City and Suburban Real Estate also Factory Sites and Railroad Trackage and Commercial Property. Money Loaned on Plantations; Commercial and - Real Bond Issues Handled. We Have the Capacity to Serve A. C. Steere Company Inc. 525 Market Street SHREVEPORT LA. Gravel Pits Located at West Monroe La. and Sibley La. North Louisiana Sanitarium 717 Crockett Street SHREVEPORT LA. Both Telephones 236 SPLENDID SERVICE VICTORY GRAVEL COMPANY INCORPORATED GOOD ROAD GRAVEL WASHED SAND WASHED GRAVEL BUILDING BLOCKS LIME AND CEMENT Foot of Texas St Telephones Old 164 and 4176; New 164 Pafft Eleven

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 1 April 1921

tUt JWISH MONITOR Friday April 1 1ML Pag Twelve pense on the part of the Sisterhood. The congregational supper given un- der the auspices of the Sisterhood have been very successful in the com- munity. The dinner was followed by an excellent program of songs and instrumental numbers. At the month- ly meetings a discussion on "The Value of Woman in the Religious Life" is featured in addition to the regular routine business. Clarksburg (W. Va.) Sisterhood Re- organizes. . Mrs. Leo Wolf and Miss Speyer of Wheeling were instrumental in aid- ing the Jewish women of Clarksburg W. Va. to reorganize their Sisterhood. The following officers were elected: Mrs S. Nusbaum president; Mrs. B. Heller vice president; Mrs. S. L. 1 RABBI ABRAM BRILL Cherry secretary; Mrs. A. W. Wolk treasurer. Mrs. Wolf accompanied by Miss Speyer visited the Sisterhood at their invitation. Mrs. Wolf read an inspir- ing paper on Sisterhood work and with her help a constitution was drawn up to meet the needs of the com...

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