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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 April 1921

Friday, April 22, 192L , get a welcome the first time, and goes the second and third time, he becomes the mark of jeers and the grand dame and the big man wonders who H is that dares Invade the sacred precinct where he worships. Can one be blamed for leaving the church that gives him no welcome? Several years ago, a widow with two daughters moved from a small town to one of the leading cities in the south. This woman, moved solely for the purpose of being near a Jewish house of worship. One of the daughters held a college degree. They were poor. This moth er in Israel was the daughter of a rabbi. She yearned for Jewish com panions. She yearned to see her youngest daughters worship in a Temple. The poor woman had wealthy broth ers who were known in the city where she lived. Those brothers were friends of the rabbi of the leading congregation. The brothers had mon ey, the widow had none. The poor woman and her two daughters for several Sar baths attended the temple ' and were objects ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 April 1921

1 Page Eight THI JEWISH MONITOR Friday, April 22, 1921. EQITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Texa Rabbi Martin Zlalonka Rabbi David Lefkowlts Rabbi David Roaenbaum Rabbi Henry Cohan Rabbi A. Warn ' Rabbi A. E.-Abramowltx Rabbi Wolf a Maeht Dr. R. Farber Rabbi Samuel Roalnger EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Oklahoma .... -, Rabbi Joaaph Blatt .' ' Rabbi Morria Tallar Rabbi Chaa. B. Lata . Arkaneae ' Rabbi Leonard Rothatain -v Rabbi Joaaph H. Stola Rabbi A. B. Rhine Rabbi Jerome Mark -.: Louisiana . i ir Rabbi A. Brill Rabbi Harry A. Merlfleld EDITORIAL RABBI GEORGE FOX, Editor! TEXANS AND IMMIGRATION The Washington dispatches ; state that the Texa3 Represen tatives, especially Messrs. Box and Parrish, are violently oppos jed to immigration. Mr. Box is especially clamoring for a law that will exclude immigrants. ':. Mr. Box nas done this before. ..He is one of those who, constitu tionally, has been opposed to rating the United States as an asylum for the oppressed. It .grieves us very much to know that in t...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 April 1921

0 9 6 FridayApril 22, 1921. THEJEWISHMONITOR PUILISHED WIIKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING GO. ,j 'fhona, Lamar S4M DR. OIORQI FOX EDITOR LOUI MORRIS SJualnaaa Manager f; OfflMrt Dr. George Fox Praaldant Sam Llpahlts Vloe-Praaldant Loult Monrta ..BacraUry-Traaaurar The editor la not reaponalble (or vtawa ' . praaaad by contributors. Anonymous fatten will racaiva no consideration. Entarad In th Fort Worth Poatofflo u Saoond CUsa Mall Mattar by tha Mont tor Publlahlnf Company. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Nina JEWISH CALENDAR BUI. 1120 Naw Taar's Eva Bun., Bapt. II Tom Klppur Wad., Bapt. II Buccoth (Flrat Day) ....Hon., Bapt. 17 guocoth (Last Day ehlmlnl- Ataarath) Mon., Oct. 4 Slmchatch Torah Tuea., Oct. I Roach-Chodaach Cheavan Wad., Oct. 11 Roach-Chode.cn Klalav ..Frl., Nov. 11 Chanukah (Faast o( Dedica tion ..) Mon., Deo. I Roach-Chodaach Tbath..8un., ..Dec 11 Fast of Tebeth Tuea., Dec 11 SMI-1921 Roach-Chodaacb Bhebat ....Mon., Jan. 10 Roaoh-Chodeach Adar Wad., Feb. t Roach-Chodeach Va '...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 April 1921

PagaTen INTERESTING LETTERS. . We are indebted to Mr. Louis Buck span of Dallas for the following inter esting correspondence which makes most interesting, reading: March 30, 1921. Mr. W. H. Kittrell, Sr., Cisco, Texas, Dear Sir: It gave me great joy and pleasure to read your letter published in the News Saturday, March 12th. Permit me to thank you, my dear sir, for my self and fellow brethren. It takes true Christian to write such letter? as your's. I am thankful that we Is raelites can still claim such true Christian friends as you, and hundreds like you, are to us. If not asking too much of you I would like your permission to reprint your kind letter in two Jewish publi cations. One is' the Jewish Monitor of Fort Worth, Texas, the other being the B'nai B'rith News of ML Morris, 111. I am not a newspaper man trying to pick up so good reading matter, newspaper work is entirely out of my line. My aim is to give your letter wide publicity amongst the Jewish readers to show them the k...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 April 1921

. Friday, April 22, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Eleven Religon and Religious Schools WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS . Read before Council of Jewish Wom en's Conference, San Antonio, Tex as, 1921, by Mrs. A. B. Wolffson, President Wichita Falls Section. Religion is primarily a phenomen on of the heart. Every human being is possessed of a sense of dependency upon some power higher than himself end in the heart of every human be 'ug there is implanted a desire and a (raving to commune with that mys terious unseen power upon which he depends upon God. This spells the teligious instinct. . Yet, although religion flows out of the human heart, of the seat of emo "on, it must call on the human intel lect for assistance and guidance, if it is to lead man on the path to God. For the religious instinct of itself cannot be relied upon; when unaideu by knowledge and understanding, in stead of to God, J' may Ina people to idolatory and superstition. That, in deed, is the case with the heathen who, altho...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 April 1921

Page Twelve TBEJIWISHM0NIT01 Friday, April 22, 1921. NEWS FROM DALLAS The ritual music of the Passover will be given by the Junior Council Music Study Circle. to a coronet of seed pearls, Mr. and Mrs. Epstein will be at home in Hous ton after April 20. Dallas Merchants Extend Store to , Occupy Entire Building. Formal opening of the Click Bros.' ready-to-wear store at 1602 Elm street, , which has been enlarged to occupy the entire building, will take place Thursday, according to an nouncement of Louis Glick and Moses Glick, members of the firm, : The store now occupies three floors of the building, and lias 12,500 square feet of floor space. The first floor is utilized for furnishings, bag and hos iery department; the second for suits, dresses and furs, and the third the shoe department, and the beauty parlor. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Goldsmith will arrive from New York and will be the guests of their daughter, Mrs George Coon, 5421 Bryan street. Rabbi to Giv Lecture. Rabbi Isaac Werne w...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 April 1921

Friday, April 22, 1921. da, in which more than eighty lodges art organized at present. Extensive plans are being made by more than twenty committees of the local lodge for the entertainment of the visitors. All sessions of the Dis trict Grand Lodge will be held at the Columbian Club on May 2 and 8. The opening meeting, under the auspices of the cultural advancement commit tee, will be held at Temple Emanu-EI on Sunday evening preceding the opening of the convention proper. Prominent speakers from all sections of the South will be on the program. THE JXWIIH XOMITOl Mr. Rudolph Liebman Is in Shreve port, La. on a visit. " Mrs. Max Bernstein will leave this week for Marshall to spend the Pass over holidays. Mrs. Zadoc Rosenthal has gone to Shreveport, La. to be with her moth er over the holidays. Mrs. Sam Nossek has as her guest her mother ,Mrs. Gerson of Oklahoma City. Mrs. M. A. Bernstein has returned from Alexandria, La. Mrs. Herman Phillipson has gone to Omaha, Neb. to visit her pa...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 April 1921

Page Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITQR Friday, April 22,. 1921. The Jewish Musical Patron By Edward Feldman, El Paso, Texas. Commenting in a recent issue of Musical America on a most import ant event of the New York musical world, namely, the absorption of the New York National Symphony Or chestra by the old Philharmonic So ciety, Mr. John C. Freund,- the dis tinguished publisher and chronicler, stresses an interesting point relating to JewfsTi "patronage in 'musical en deavors. . Mr. Freund, although well on in. years, isfever on the alert. to-excite youthful spirit. in promoting a wide spread propaganda for the best in xriu sic.j He has a peculiar faculty for enlisting the moral and financial as sistance of men prominent in every waft of life to focus their interest on sonje idea that requires the necessary encouragement to bring about success, whether it be in helping some poor artist to achieve a public hearing, or cultivate enthusiasm in bringing good music within the domain of the h...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 April 1921

Friday, April 22, 1921. MANY PAY TRIBUTE TO HARRY CUTLER AT SERVICES HERE. Gathered to do honor to the mem ory of Colonel Harry Cutler, who died in London last year, hundreds of. Rhode Island residents thronged the Strand Theatre to the doors last night. Jew and Gentile, rabbi and minister of the gospel, took part in the most moving tribute to any of her sons that Providence has wit nessed in many years. As speaker after speaker, from Col Cutler's personal physician to the Governor of the State, told of the dead man's many virtues, and extolled his good works, 'men and women who had known him and loved him during his lifetime sat sil ent and reverent, while Col. Cut ler's mother, in one of the boxes, sil ently wept tears of mingled sorrow and pride.. Without exception, the speakers said the outstanding features of Col. Cutler's character were his keen de votion to his religion to the Jewish race, and his many charities and philanthropic acts. Rabbi Gup of Temple Beth-El, of which Co...

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. — 22 April 1921

PageSixteen THI JEWISH MONITOR Friday, April 22, 1921. FAST N ! i We have told you about the beauties of HI-MOUNT. That there are 200 lots that must be sold. That the sale is a genuine, Bona-Fide Auction Sale. That HI-MOUNT is two miles from the City Hall. We have told you that $1,000,000 has been spent by the United States Government and the City of Fort Worth to build sewer mains and outlet which directly serve HI-MOUNT, That Artesian water mains and high pressure gas mains also surround HI-MOUNT, thereby fitting HI- ' MOUNT with all the conveniences of city improvements, We have told you of the great demand for homes and your opportunity for future profits at this HI-MOUNT Auction Sale. We have told you of the owner's determination to throw these 200 Residental Plots on the market and to sell them for whatever price you are willing to pay. We have told you that vacant Real Estate is at the bottom and it is the only thing that has not gone up, but common sense will tell you that l...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 April 1921

'- nr TTirrE V " . P UL Mb 17-A I EZ-Ki I VOL. XI. NO. 2. ZJ Of J- M II I A II sfl II WU DP. GEOPGE FOX, D TOP ay yx EAD1NG JWISH JOUPNA. tTThe GpnirSoumvE& FORT WORTH-DALLAS, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1921. DEDICATED TO THE GREATEST JEWISH ORDER IN. THE WORLD THE III! P Hi! Ill VJY IT, ' VICTOR H. HEXTER President District No. 7 rdsr I'm B'rih In Convention Assembled, Grand Lodge, District No. 7 DALLAS, TEXAS, MAY 1-2-3 Price 25 Cents

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 April 1921

Page Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, April 29, 1921 - MM"""'"""""""""" A XX XX Welcome, B'nai B'rith More Than Ever Before is the Adolphus Roof meeting with the approval of discriminating Dallas and Fort Worh people. Redecorated in the spirit of the Land of Nippon, our Japanese Roof Garden offers you a menu to please the most fastidious epicure. The equal of our musical entertain ment both during1 dinner and later in the evening is seldom found away from New York or San Francisco. The Best For a Moderate Trice Adolphus "The Hub of Dallas" ii ft 0 xx 0 xx XX XX XX v XX XX 0

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 April 1921

Friday, April 29, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Pae Thi-M From the B'nai B'rith Newt The 13h of October,, 1843, was he birtlday of the Order. On that day in the City of New York, the first for mal session was held and steps were taken for the establisment of a Jew ish Fraternal Order, patterned after the many friendly societies of this country but with a distinct purpose of its own. Whether or not alleged dis crimination against Jews in certain lodges led to the foundation of a Jew ish Order for Jews, is immaterial; aa a matter of fact, some of the very founders of the order have been ad mitted to the Masonic Lodge. But it stands to reason that not all of the immigrants from Germany possess ed the same degree of education and adaptability to new surroundings, and most of them were happiest in as sociiting with their own kind. What actuated the twelve men who first met in an Essex Street saloon, differ as they might in education and men tality, was tie unanimous couv:- t'i r that somethin...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 April 1921

PageFour THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, April 29, 1921 tic. Thus the Order not only evinced its interest in our persecuted co-re-ligionists abroad but it began to transplant to the other side of the dcean its benificent educational or ganization. At home in 1873, another new Grand Lodge, No. 7, with juris diction over the Southern states, was instituted. As a mark of the love which American Jewry bore for their country of birth or adoption, reveal ing how they identified themselves with its civic life and how they val ued its blessed institutions which af forded freedom of conscience to all citizens alike, the Order entrusted in 1874 the sculptor Moses Ezeikel with the execution in marble of a statue representing "Religious Liberty", and it was unveiled two years later on the grounds of the Centennial Exhi bition commemorating the signing of the Declaration of Independence, at Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, where it remains as an everlasting tribute by the Jews of America. A new sphere o...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 April 1921

. Friday, April 29, 1921. tfHE JEWISH MONITOR Pftge Fiv 'The Shopping Center of Dallas" Extends Greetings to I. 0. B. B. Delegates and Wives WE ARE glad to have you with us and know that your stay in our city will be as enjoyable as you expect it to be. We want you to know jur city and see the sights worth seeing. No visit around Dallas would be complete without a visit to this big stoer. the "Shopping Center of Dallas." For your convenience we have Reading Rooms, Rest Rooms and Writ ing Rooms, local and long-distance phones, Beauty Parlors, and a booth on our First Floor where parcels are checked free of charge. We want you to avail yourselves of these conveniences, and at the same time see our very wonderful exhibits of Women's Ready-to-Wear Millinery, Shoes, Undergarments and Accessory articles. MAIN, ELM AND ERVAY STREETS Titche-Goettinser Co Neiman-Marcus & Co. 'The Store of Individual Shops" Neiman-Marcus Co. Extends A Welcome to the Delegates to B'nai B'rith Convention jo...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 April 1921

Page Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, April 29, 1921 sentation tending to injure Jewish reputation. It has a department lor social work, realizing wisely the need of caring for Jewish delinquents. Above all, it has acted as the peace maker in American Jewry. Certain of its own position, of its record of a beneficent activity spreading over seventy-five years, the Order can af ford to put its own private interests, if it has any, aside and on all occo sions not to seek glory for itself, but for the welfare of the house of Israel. 1 rue to its traditio.it;, ho soon as this great American nation entered into the war the Order made clear its unequivocal position on the side of the sacred duty and privilege of pa triotism. If set in. j motion en or ganization for attending to the needs of the Jewish soldier and sailor. For the time being, the ties that unite Israel, and also our Order, throughout the world are necessarily severed. When the time for reconstruction ar rives the organization ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 April 1921

Friday, April 29, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Seven Texas Products For Every City May be Judged by Its Street Railway Service WHEN a stranger comes to town all he has to do is to use his eyes and his intelligence to know what kind of . a town it is. One of the first things he notices is the street car service. If he finds modern, rapid electric trans portation he knows that here is a wide-awake, prosperous, progressive community. If he doesn't find such service, no amount of verbal "boosting" is going to convince him that this town is a de sirable place in which to live and work and invest his money.. For he realizes that an up-to-date, prosperous, growing elec tric railway service means a prosperous, growing commun ity made up of broad-minded, progressive citizens. American public services are the envy of the world, be cause it is here that the greatest progress has been made in their development. Electric light, power, electric transporta tion, the telephone and telegraph, in fa...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 April 1921

0 THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Eight tablished and a vacation colony is be ing maintained. , Basel Lodge, of Basel, Switzerland, maintains a station .for nurses, and contributes liberally to the Jewish In fant Home and the Hospital; it main tains a vacation colony, and through its Women's Auxiliary looks after the needs of the poor Jewish families. London Lodge was instituted on March 19, 1910. The lodge has had, almost from the time of its inception, a special mission, in the work done by it affecting the welfare of alien immigrants. The Toynbee hall, a reading room and preparatory school for the chil dren of Russian parents, and a sew ing school are maintained by Den mark Lodge, Copenhagen, Denmark. The lodge also supports the Orphan Asylum founded by the members of the lodge, a Jewish infant's home, and a loan office. During the lodge meetings a number of lectures were given. Denmark Lodge published an elaborate festival booklet upon the occasion of the hundred years Jubilee of the em...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 April 1921

Friday, April 29, 1921. V THE JEWISH MONITOR A Servant of the People YOUR electric light and power system is the most faithful servant in the community. Its hours are long 24 a day it knows no strikes, and it works for less than any other servant save one the two cent postage stamp. 11 In the home it quietly and quickly cooks the meals, sweeps, sews, washes, irons, lights the lamps, and assists the housewife in countless others ways. It never "answers back." H It is the silent partner of industry. In store and factory it makes the machinery go, brings in trade, furnishes economical and efficient light, heat and power, and saves endless hours of labor. 11 It works with church and school to further the intellectual and spiritual advancement of our children and ourselves. It helps police our streets and safeguard our property. And it is democratic. Rich and poor are served alike. The light responds whether the button is pressed by magnate or me chanic. 11 The whole scheme of living in ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 April 1921

Page Ten; THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, April 29, 1921 patients by teaching them to read and write-English; classes in citizenship which prepare them for taking out ther citizen's papers, and numerous other classes which prepare them to better opportunities for vocations on leaving the institution. The after care of patients in their homes and co-operation with the Central Jewish Aid Society in the care of tuberculous poor in their homes is part of the in stitution's work. vTbe latest addtions to the work of the Hospital are the Research Depart ment, which has been established during the past year, and the Nathan and Helena Hofheimer Children's Building. The Research Department is under the directorship of Dr. Harry J. Cooper, doctor of philosophy of the University of Chicago, and doctor of medicine from Rush Medical College, formerly a member of the Otho S. A, Sprague Memorial Research Institute of Chicago at present still an honor ary member of the same institution, a former Laborato...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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