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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 1 April 1921
Friday April 1 1921. ttti Jlwiia koNif oi fcaja Thirteen Barringer Says The House of Hutchinson THE CAR WITH A HOME Frost Whited Bid?. 815 Texas Avenue Phone 1261 "Business Barometer" While there has been a perceptible increase in activities of several motor manufacturers recently the automotive in- dustry as a whole is operating considerably under 50$& of normal. Only a few manufacturers are producing SOft of of their 1920 schedules and many have not reached the 25 mark. Beside the II. II. Franklin Manufacturing Company of Syracuse the Reo Motor Car Company probably is the only motor company operating 1007c. Reo's February production schedule was laid out for 1500 passenger cars and trucks and it is understood that that many vehicles vera shipped last month. It is expected that an average of about ISO ve- hicles a day G07 trucks and 40 cars will be maintained for an indefinite period. W. G. Patterson Co. Phone 4100 INCORPORATED 417 MILAM STREET Jewelry and Kindred Lines Reliabi...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 1 April 1921
Page Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday April 1 1811. his private benefactions which were many and known only to himself he was one of the founders of the Gene- vieve Orphanage of this city. Mr. Barron was a partner in the big dry goods firm of S. G. Dreyfuss and Company of Shreveport This firm was established in 1869 by 3. G. Drey- fuss and his brothers Simon Emil and Henry the latter three dying of yellow fever in 1873. In the early eighties Mr. Barron was admitted into partnership of the firm remaining with them until his tragic death in May 1916. Mr. Dreyfuss survived his partner and devoted friend two years dying on December 16th 1918. The old Dreyfuss store was located until 1895 in the old Jacobs building 123- 125 Texas street when Mr. Dreyfuss erected the magnificent building cor- ner of Spring and Crockett now oc- cupied by them. The store is one of the largest and handsomest in the south and its clientele embraces the GREAT GRANDCHILDREN OF EARLIER CUSTOMERS. The name of E...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 1 April 1921
Friday April 1 iS2l. THE JEWISH MONITOR ' Commercial National Bank OF SHREVEPORT LOUISIANA Not So Big That It Forgets to Be Friendly Not So Small That It Fails to Serve Helpfully OFFICERS E. K. SMITH President S. G. SAMPLE Active Vice-President A. J. PEAVY Vice-President. A. T. KAHN Active Vice-President A. H. VAN HOOK Active V-Pree. P. C. WILLIS Active Vice-President M. RICKS Active Vice-President E. A. CONWAWY Cachier. M. E. PHILLIPS Asst. Cashier. A. F. FILHIOL Asst. Cashier. R. B. SEBASTIAN Asst. Cashier. Capital and Surplus $1000000 Total Resources $17500000 CAPACITY FOR YOUR GREATEST OR SMALLEST NEEDS. 4 On Savings Compounded and Paid Every 90 Days YOUR ACCOUNT INVITED WHATEVER ITS SIZE WOODSTOCK THE SUPER-STANDARD TYPEWRITER We invite you to investigate trie new Model Woodstock for your office. Other makes taken in on trade. All machines guaranteed and our repair department competent in every respect. SHREVEPORT TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE Old Phone 99 226 Milam St For the Home Coron...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 1 April 1921
Page Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday AprUi Mil' A SHREVEPORT ASSET. The Saenger Drug Co. whose adver- tisement appears on another page ol this issue is one of Shreveport's livest and best known retail establishments. That it is thoroughly "alive is' evi- denced by its steady and continuous growth. It is known not only locally but throughout the entire country and is everywhere recognized as a REAL LEADER in the drug business. Twice within the past year the Druggist's Circular America's Drug Magazine has seen fit to write up the Saenger business and the Saenger methods for five separate and distinct principal departments several of these being again more or less subdivided. The Prescription Department which is of course the most important in any drug store requires the services of five registered Pharmacists and none but thoroughly qualified experi- enced men are ever employed. At pres- ent this force consists of: Mr. Paul S. Lane graduate of Philadelphia Col- lege of Pharmacy and ...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 1 April 1921
Friday April 1 1021 THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Seventeen FOR THOSE WHO CAN AFFORD AND DEMAND THE BEST Building Materials Marmon 34 JUST PHONE 884 ITS ALWAYS A PLEASURE TO SERVE AND SHOW YOU Wm.D.KEITH MOTORS CO. Bronchotone Mfg. Co. Sole Owners and Manufacturers of "Bronchoton" "The World's Greatest Creosote Emulsion1 for COUGHS COLDS and BRONCHIAL TROUBLES P. 0. Box 462 Shreveport La. LIME METAL LATH COMMON BRICK CEMENT SEWER PIPE ROOFING SAND FACE BRICK PLASTER GRAVEL MANTEL BRICK PAINTS DEPENDABLE GOODS- DEPENDABLE SERVICE Builders Supply Co. inc. BOTH PHONES 336 Shreveport Mattress Company Manufacturers of HIGH-GRADE MATTRESSES COMFORTS and BOX SPRINGS QUALITY GUARANTEED The difference in our goods and the others is the same as the difference between a cotton suit of clothes and one made of wool. Insist on our goods and you will be pleased.
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 1 April 1921
Page Eighteen THE. J SWISH MONITOR New North Louisiana Sanitarium The Consolidated Sanitarium Com- pany Inc. owners of the New North Louisiana Sanitarium now building plan to make the institution the very last word in modern hospital construe- tion. The best thought in the profes- sion unlimited money and the time and talent of men who have spent highest hills in the city. The building will be 334 feet long by 60 feet deep with two ells each 110 feet deep and will contain 250 beds for patients. The point in view of the men behind the enterprise is to make it indeed an efficiency hospital and to that end every modern utility in vogue in the and palatable with a minimum effort on the part of nurses and attendants. There will be complete hydrother- apeutic and electro-therapeutic de- parts. Artificial coilings to insure a cool atmosphere in the summer months. Ventilation and light will be a feature every room in the vast building being an outside room. The sanitarium will operate its o...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 1 April 1921
Frldy April 1 191. TBI JIWISH MONITOR COMPLIMENTS IB. MUCUS GROGHKT CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS i . r - ' - Free Tire Service OLD 3360 PHONE General Cords Jones-McCain "We Go A Long Way to Blake a Customer." Ptfft Nlatton Excelsior Laundry "WHERE QUALITY COUNTS" SHREVEPORT LA. A Laundry of superior service most modernly equipped with the best machinery made for the washing and press- ing of clothes and employing only skilled operatives carefully trained in the establishment. Every department has been brought to the highest point of efficiency. GENERAL LAUNDRY FAMILY WASH FINISHED AND ROUGH DRY DRY CLEANING PRESSING and DYEING RUGS AND CARPETS VACUU MCLEANED AND MACHINE SCRUBBED HATS CLEANED BLOCKED AND TRIMMED. The Peacock Shop 517 Milam Street ..Phone Old 8121 "A BIT OF FIFTH AVENUE ON MILAM" SMART MILLINERY FOR WOMEN and CHIDREN Our FLORAL DEPARTMENT offers you the BEST In artistic WEDDING BOUQUETS CORSAGE'S and FUNERAL DESIGNS. Our BABY DEPARTMENT is complete. Let us furnish your "LAYE...
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 1 April 1921
fageTwenty THIS JEWISH MONITOB . . . SHREVEPORT'S "FINEST BAKERY IN THE SOUTH" Campbell Baking Company's New Plant Represents tin Investment of $250000 Persons who have paid little atten. tion to the advance in bread making in recent years would receive a real thrill by making a visit to the plant of the Campbell Baking Company. This bakery which has just been com- pleted at Travis and Douglas streets is no more like the old-time bake shop of one's childhood recollections than is the airplane like an old-time three stick kite. Probably the first thing to cause remark from one stepping through the manufacturing part of the plant is the complete cleanliness that prevails. And cleanliness is an important fea- ture in the advance which bread-making has taken as much a part of it as brands of flour "which may be used and thoroughly sifts the flour before it is elevated to the mixing room. . Work in the mixing room is carried on with the utmost precision. All ot the flour yeast milk sugar...
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 1 April 1921
0) April i ML tat jiewisti uoNitoS Ptg Twenty-din Established in 1880 ARDIS & COMPANY LIMITED Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors THE INN The Hotel with a Reputation" Louisiana Cosine Unsurpassed HOTEL TULLOS "THE HOME OF THE TRAVELING MAN" Centrally Located SHREVEPORT LA. Unde rthe Management of JACK TULLOS E. J. DEAS CO. Paving and Grading Contractors Old Phone 248 P. 0. Box 801 MARSHALL and DAVIS STS. S. BENDER IRON & SUPPLY CO. Oil Well Supplies SHREVEPORT LA.
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 1 April 1921
Page Twenty-Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday April 11921... Samuel Marks rabbi Emeritus. '- Father and Son Banquets. . Temple Mt Sinai of El Paso Tex. reports the Father and Son Banquet recently given in their social center for the fathers and sons of the con- gregation a tremendous success. Fol- lowing a sumptuous repast several eloquent speeches were delivered on the part of the fathers and sons who attested to the vital bond of union that was being forged by the older generation transmitting the heritage of Judaism to a younger generation. The ceutinuity of Judaism the speak- ers showed was thus being maintain- ed. The program of the evening in- cluded in addition to the speeches some moving pictures and the even- ing's entertainment was concluded with a basket ball game in the Temple gymasium. of the life of the individual and equal- ly that of the nation for the nation Is the sum total of its individual citi-. zrns. The late principal Pirie of the University of Aber-iee-i used to ...
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 1 April 1921
Friday April X 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Pj Twenty-Thm READY FOR YOU DAVISBROWN OIL COMPANY'S NEWEST AND BEST FILLING STATION Texas Avenue-Crockett Streets INSURE WITH H. H. PRESCOTT HONESTY IS THE BEST POLICY PHONE 776 BAKER-STROTHER OIL CO. INCORPORATED Distributors of High Grade Gasoline and Motor Oils Filling Stations Located So as to Serve Any Part of the City The Handsomest and Most Convenient in Town Guarantee Visible Fillers Visit the good looking station placed where it will do you the most good and lay in your usual supply of Crystal Gasoline and Oil. We use Guarantee Visible Fillers in selling Gasoline the Fairest Squarest way for both buyer and seller. It is before your eyes to the last drop. CRYSTAL PRODUCTS Gasoline is not made that is better than Crystal. It is hon- estly made honestly dispersed. Crystal Lubricants are of the same high order. DAVIS BROWN OIL COMPANY General Offices: 1996 Southern Avenue BUCKELEW HARD- WARE CO. "Louisiana's Model Hardware Store" Offers ...
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 1 April 1921
Pago' Twenty-Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday April 1 1921. firm protesting in strong terms against these publications and ex- pressing his shock that the honored name of the Putnam firm "should be made the vehicle of disseminating among the American people these out- pourings of malice intolerance and hatred this witches both of virulent poison." "The real purpose of these publications" wrote Mr. Marshall "is to arouse sufficient hostility against the Jews to subject them to mob to Mr. Marshall. "It is evident" he said "that the document has no voucher for authenticity and it is quite possible that it will be found to possess no historic importance." Further on however he said that the books do not accuse the whole Jewish race of a conspiracy but only those elements who are pro-Bolshevist and to whom the Jews as well as the Christians should be opposed. In re- ply to this lettter Mr. Marshall denied that his firm had decided not to pub- lish the Protocols. The correspondence of Mr. M...
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 1 April 1921
FrlAaj April 1 1921. THE JEWISH MONIIOK Page Twenty-Fin SERVICE CLEANING PHONE 4770 & PRESSING CQ. SERVICE 4770 FRANK GROCERY CO.. Inc. ALL THE NAME IMPLIES 4770 CUESTA REY and OPTIMO CIGARS ONE DAY H. L LIEBER SERVICE SERVICE MANAGER 100 Texas St. Phones 1248 FORTIER'S DRUG STORE WHERE "You Always Get Just What Your Doctor Orders" Phone Old 4183 New 606 Colonial Hotel Bldg. When in Need of Modern Office Supplies and QUALITY PRINTING Phone 987 or Write CASTLE PMIITI1IC CO. 519-521 Spring St. SHREVEPORT LA. DRINK ELECTRIFIED WATER ELECTRIFIED PURIFIED BY ELECTRICITY Plant 1626 Southern Ave. Old Phone 289 New Phone 130 WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS RELIABLE SINCE 1857 M. LEVY CO. Inc. HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES Levy Building SHREVEPORT LA. Renf ro's Pharmacy COMPLIMENTS The Special Delivery Service Drug Store COLUMBIA CAFE "No Order Too Small No Place Too Far." "GOOD THINGS TO EAT" NEW PHONES OLD 3889 462 - 869132 KODAK SUPPLIES '
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 1 April 1921
Pg Twity-Si THEJIWlSflMONITOi Friday Ipzil 1 182L Carter-Allen Jewelry Co. Ltd. 322 Texas Street SHREVEPORT LA. Jewelry and Watch Repairing a Specialty New Way Dry Clean- ing and Dye Works Exclusive Cleaners and Dyers PHONES 1300 Crockett Street and Texas Avenue ; SHREVEPORT LA. WellmaiVs Undertaking Parlors TELEPHONES 187 616-618 Texas Street ' SHREVEPORT LA. Phelps' Shoes Are Good Shoes Hosiery Too Next to the Postoffice SHREVEPORT LA. Shreveport Nash Motor Co. Distributors Nash Passenger Cars and Trucks A complete stock of parts and a real service station available to NASH owners only. Nash owners are our best salesmen. Andrew Stewart & Co. Ltd. Granite and Marble Memorials Texas and Jordan Street Old Phone 176 SHREVEPORT LA. HEADQUARTERS Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes New Complete Slock Now Ready for Your Inspection. Many of These Suits have Two Pairs of Trousers Another Selber Bros Feature. Superior Alteration Serrice Oi Texas Street eu Edwru-di Satisfaction or Money Ref...
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 1 April 1921
THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday. April VJML which jfully 40000 were volunteer!. ' The record of honors conferred on Jewish soldiers is notable. There are no less than 1100 citations for valor on file in the office of Jewish War Eecords. The D. S. C. was conferred . off 160 'Jews and the Croix do Guerre on 174 Jews. The Congressional Medal of . Honor of which only 78 have been conferred to date was awarded to three Jewish soldiers. The total cas- ualties of Jewish soldiers was about 14000 including 2800 killed in action. Memorial Resolutions. The report also gives the resolu- tions adopted by the committee ex- pressing deep regret at the deaths of Jacob H. Schiff and Col. Harry Cut- lerj of the executive committee and of the five members of the general body who passed away in 1920 namely Prof. Israel Friedlander Emanuel Co. hen of Minneapolis Isaiah W. Hell- man Jr. of San Francisco Albert Hessberg of Albany and Henry N. ' Weasel of Philadelphia. The officers of the American Jew- ish Commi...
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 1 April 1921
ag Twenty-Eight 513 Milam Street THE JEWISH MONITOR We Have Heard It Said That Habit Was Responsible for Women Using Perfection Flour So Steadily. Yes! The Habit of Baking With Unexcelled Quality of Results! 55 FREE BUBO ILLS. (OJTm&SAisfuawwr Foster & Glassell Company Ltd. Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors. Distributors Shreveport La Natchitoches La. JMiance I namfind fo. i jiy anreveporr Friday April 1 t t Louisiana
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 1 April 1921
Friday Apr 1 1831. TK I JI WI 1 H M OK ITOI Page. Twenty-Nine EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Texas Rabbi Martin Zletonka Rabbi David Ltfkowlti Rabbi David RoMnbaum Rabbi Hanry Cohan Rabbi A. Warn Rabbi A. E. Abramowlts Rabbi Wolf Macht Dr. R. Parbar Rabbi Samuel Roalngar EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTOR! Oklahoma Rabbi Joaaph Blatt Rabbi Morrla Ttllar Rabbi Chaa. B. LaU Arkanaae Rabbi Laonard Rothataln Rabbi Joaaph H. Stols ' Rabbi A. B. Rhino Rabbi Jarotno Mark Loulalana Rabbi A. Brill Rabbi Harry A. Marlflald EDITORIAL RABBI GEORGE FOX Editor CARDINAL GIBBONS AM- ERICAN DIES. i The death of Cardinal Gib- bons removes from the arena of the world's activity one of Am- erica's greatest thinkers and doers. His death is a distinct loss to the country. Cardinal Gibbons was a Prince of the Church; but he was an American just as well. He was one of those types of great men who felt that if he was a Catholic first by religion he was an American first in his political loyalties. He was one of those who unders...
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 1 April 1921
0) Page Thirty'. THB JEWISH MONITOR Friday April 1 lftl. mm Watch for the First Installment of the . '. v.. ; - Jewish Problems View- ' . . . :. ed Thru Gentile Glasses By WALTER HURT OSCAR LEONARD RESIGNS POSITION IN ST. LOUIS. Oscar Leonard for almost ten yearj superintendent of the Jewish Educa- taional and Charitable Association now known as Jewish Community Centre at 3636 Page has resigned hit position to which he was unanimously re-elected for the tenth time the be- ginning of this year. He has acquired an interest and has become vice-presi. dent of the G. C. S. Service Company a New York corporation. The company was organized by men who like Leon- ard have been in relief service aborad for the Joint Distribution Committee of which Felix Warburg is chairman The G. C. S. Company represents t number of American Banks abroad ir connection with the transmission ol funds for relatives in Poland Lithu- ania Letvia Roumania and other East European countries. The president of the comp...
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 1 April 1921
Friday Much 26 18tl. THE JEWIIH MONITOR Pin Thirty-Ont the came hour a Christian in Nw Orleana. Their birth follows a law. Who it there to say that there was a greater right to life at birth for either? These two human beings pass through the cycle of human exist ence and depart from the world; but one thing out of the life of each will leave its imprint upon the his- tory of the world: Service to others. Jews' Work in the World. Sweeping aside all of the accumu- lated common sense of the great American people now comes one a success in commerce who says that the Jewish race is unworth of a com- panion place with those other peo- pies of the earth who walk about and perform relatively useful tasks. As a purely scientific proposition no promise has been advanced in this country or elsewhere in recent years containing within itself more outright stupidity. It is so true that there are good Jews and bad Jews that it is a waste of the time of in- telligent people to bring up so trifling...
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 1 April 1921
Page Thlrty-Two THI JEWISH MONITOR Tfiixy April I tCi THEJEWISHMONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 'Phone Lamar 0460 DR. GEORGE FOX EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS Business Manager Officer Dr. George Fox President 8am Llpshits Vloe-Prealdent Louti Morris Secretary-Treasurer The editor la not responsible for views ex- tressed by contributors. Anonymoua ettera will receive no consideration. Entered In the Fort Worth Postoffloe aa Second Class Mall Matter by the Moni- tor Publishing Company. where the society has branches name- ly Baltimore Boston Chicago Phila delphia San Francisco Seattle. Open house will be the rule for the whole week of Passover. At Ellis lBlan4 there will be Sedorim for detained im- migrants. In view of the quarantine regula- tions in force arrangements have been made whereby all Jewish immigrants who will be quarantined during Pass- over on steamships and at Quarantine stations will be provided with special Passover food and Sedorim will b given for them a...