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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 12 September 1919

Friday, September 12, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Three NEWS FROM DALLAS Mrs. Mary Laurence and daughter have returned from a visit to relatives in Kansas City. Miss Annie Hurwitz who has been the popular house guest of the Frams, has prone to Waco where she will visit a week before returning to her home in Houston. An occasion which will be long re membered by those who were present is the Brith Milah of the newly born son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Segal, which took place on Thursday, August 28. Rev. A. Fram officiated in his usual manner. Some one hundred ami twenty-five guests were bidden to be present at this all-importnnt occasion. Tables which were heavily laden with the most delicious viands were set out on the lawn. Between course toasts were offered and after dinner speech es were delivered by Rev. Kleinman, Rabbi Hosniak, Rev. Rrestler and Rev. Fram. To honor this happy event the father of the rhild dispensed char ity in a most lavish manner. Over seven hundred dollars were distr...

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. — 12 September 1919

Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 12, 1919 THE JUDAISM OF A BUSINESS MAN. By A. C. Ratshesky, President Twen. ty-Sixth Council, Union of Ameri can Hebrew Congregations. Modem Judaism is highly practical and should appeal to the man of bus iness. Here and there the Jews have been asked to abandon the warm invigorat ing sunshine of world-civilization and to return to the dark alleys of the Ghetto. There are substantial explan ations for this, but history, proves that this tendency is not a good one. The decline of the Chinese was due largely to the fact that they idealized the past and minimized the import ance of the present and future. Other peoples of other lands have suffered because of a similar attitude. The ef fect of this adoration of the Past is to turn the attention from the vital facts of modern life to an enervating con templation of things gone. This poli cy perverts a man's ambition and saps his vigor. It makes a dreamer out of a man of action. Instead of doing t...

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. — 12 September 1919

Friday, September 12, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Five unpatrotic movements. Is is only when he abandons Judaism and its principles that he is lost. But, though we determine to cement the bonds be tween Judaism and the Jewish youth, let us be careful that we adopt the right method. I share the feeling of sorrow with our people in seeing Jew ish boys and girls drift to other re- WM. II. TAFT SAYS WAR BLESS ING TO THE JEWS. Because we are Americans, our duties as Jews go beyond the confines of the Temple and enter the broader field of na tional life. It is impossible to Hay of any problem that it he longs exclusively to Judaism or exclusively to America. America's problems are our problems, her dangers our dan gers and her glory our glory. From "The Judaism of a Business Man." ligions or to atheism. But I do not be lieve the remedy is to prevent these youths from investigating other relig ions. If any Jew abandons Judaism, it is not the fault of his new compan ions, but rather of his old...

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. — 12 September 1919

Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 12, 1919 RAISA LOVES MEXICANS IN SPITE OF REVOLUTIONS. Revolutions evidently nold no terror for Rosa Raisa, the wonderful prima donna with the Chicago Opera Associ ation, which is due to arrive in this city early next week, The experiences that Miss Raisa has put in during her stay in Mexico City does not compare with the days of terror spent during childhood days in Russia. In Mexico the people are at least given an oppor tunity to defend themselves, and there is an attempt on the part of the gov. ernment to protect life and property. Of course she admits there were ex citing times in Mexico, but they prov ed most interesting and adventurous in spite of the danger inrolved. fft' ROSA RAISA. But Miss Raisa is a prime favorite with all Mexicans. The revolutionists as well as the government in control would not harm their favorite soprano. She went about the streets with per fect safety. She played the cow-boy stunt, that of carrying a big revo...

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. — 12 September 1919

Friday, September 12, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Seven the Germani and the Slovaks, as well as the Magyars have a considerable section of Protestants, and finally there are a number of Unitarians, some of whom in the course of ICth century became Jews. They had, to conceal themselves, but occasionally they were discovered, and in 1638 one of their number, John Torockai, was stoned to death. Nevertheless they persisted, and in 18G0 their last rem nant became officially Jews. The greater religious liberty, not in a small part due to the Turkish government, also helped to increase the number of Jews. Their situation was precarious as everywhere, but anyhow bettor than in the neighboring states. They also were excluded from some cities, es pecially from mining states, where Jews always were treated as suspici ous characters who would act as re ceivers of stolen silver and gold; they could not hold land, and did not pos sess any political rights. They could, however, engage in mechanical t...

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. — 12 September 1919

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 12, 1919 I & EDITORIAL & I CHIPS FROM A RABBINICAL WORKSHOP. By RABBI DAVID ROSENBAUM, Austin, Texas. The So-Called "Successful" Rabbi. Popular opinion, though not always cor rect, is nevertheless worth noticing. Some times its very incorrectness is symptomatic of popular failing, and as such is of interest to the social pathologist. It indicates the limited vision of the mass of the people. The rank and file not infrequently take the mere incidentals for the essentials the shadow for the substance, as it were and are carried away with them not unlike lit tle children with their newly acquired toys. This tendency is frequently met with in life. The popular appraisal of men and measures clearly indicates the failure of the masses to see beneath the thin veneer. As a commonplace example we may take the pop ularity of the spellbinder or lodge "orator" who is lauded to the sky as a "brainy" man, and as one extremely able. He is the idol of th...

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. — 12 September 1919

Friday, September 12, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Nine sphere of the soul-life he was called to be the religious guide and spiritual leader. For this he was prepared by training and temperament. Whatever good results be the fruitage of his spiritual activities in the character and conduct of those over whom he wields an influence, may rightly be ascribed to his successful labors and praised as his just achievements. For these alone he may be accorded the meed of praise, and his ministry be considered a success in the true sense of the word. Furthermore, as the spiritual leader of the congregation he will aim to influence not only Jewish life but also the life of the community at large. As the representative of his group he will co-operate with others in the better ment of the religious, social and moral agencies of the city, state and nation so far as his ability and time will per mit. As the citizen and as the relig ious guide, it is incumbent upon him to make such tasks a vital part ...

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. — 12 September 1919

Ten THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 12, 1919 HUNGARY A HISTORIC SURVEY (Continued from Page 7). since. The number of members electw ed to the lower house at one time rose to 23, the record number in any Eu ropean parliament. Edward Horn, as sistant secretary of state, was al ready mentioned. Had he not died at the early age of 50 in 1875, he prob ably would have risen higher. Louis Doczi, also a Maygar poet of note, was assistant secretary of state and the right hand man of Count Andrassy in the trying days of the Berlin Congress of 1878, and in 1917 the first Jew, the son of the president of an orthodox congregation, William Vaszony, be came minister of justice. Hungary also had the first Jewish general of the Austro-Hungarian amiy in active ser vice, Edward von Schweitzer, a con forming Jew, who was a trustee of the congregation of Budapest. It may also be mentioned as noteworthy that Ig naz Goldziher, professor of Semitic languages in the University of Buda pest, was elected...

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. — 12 September 1919

Friday, September 12, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Eleven NATIONAL HOSPITAL HEAD CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY Samuel Grabfelder, Seventy-Five Years Old Tuesday Has Given Larue Sums in Support of Institution. CORSICANA. FORT WORTH BUSINESS DIRECTORY Denver, Sept. 4. The seventy-fifth birthday of Mr. Samuel Grabfelder, president of the National Jewish Hos pital for Consumptives, was telebrat ed in Atlantic City and in Denver, September 2. Samuel Grabfelder is a unique char acter. He is typical of the old school of Jewish pioneers. A fine, hearty type of citizen, self-made, and with the milk of human kindness constantly overflowing in deeds of goodness and mercy. Samuel Grabfelder has been a tremendous inspiration to all of his fellow-workers in that beneficient in stitution, the National Jewish Hospi tal. The Independent Order of B'nai R'rith builded better than they knew when they secured Samuel Goldfelder as chairman of the provisional board of control, which eventually opened the doors of the N...

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. — 12 September 1919

Twelve WM. H. TAFT SAYS WAR BLESS ING TO THE JEWS. (Continued from Page 5.) ty in politics, and they manifest a dis position to disintegrate as a commun ity. They retain a loyalty to the race, but not a strict adherence to the cere monial and they intermarry with Gen tiles. "A number of modern books written by Jews deplore this fact. They fear that Israel will be swallowed up in the nations. They are excellent law 'abiding part of our population. 'The Jews of the world, in countries where they have had equal opporuni ties, have won their way not only to great financial power, but to places of commanding influence in journalism, in the professions and in business. They have retained always an acute interest in the welfare of their co-religionists throughout the world. Their religious training has inculcated in them the duty of charity to all Jew and Gentile and they have given un sparingly to aid their brethren in dis tress. "The result of the war and the breaking up of Russia and gi...

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. — 12 September 1919

Friday, September 12, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Thirteen PRESS ARRANGEMENTS ZIONIST CONVENTION. Ample and extensive provisions are being made by the Zionist Publicity Department to accommodate the law flock of correspondents and special writers who are expected to report the proceedings and features of the 22nd Annual Convention of the Zionist Or ganization of America, which begins business in Chicago on Friday, Sep tember 12th. On that day the Zionist Publicity Department will open headquarters at the Congress hotel to receive the cre dentials of accredited newspaper cor respondents, issue press badges and such advance information, reports, etc. as may be available. Bearers of the press badges will, with the opening of the convention, have at their disposal the entire umler-stage green room of the auditorium. There they will find tables, copy paper and typewriter ma chines for their use, and from time to time there will be distributed mimeo graphed copies of resolutions, reports and...

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. — 12 September 1919

Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 12, 1919 WHAT WOMEN CAN DO. JUNIOR MIZRACHI ORGANIZED. The season of the year when plans for various activities undertaken by women are mapped out, is at hand. For several years the women imposed many tasks upon themselves in assist ing their country to a successful ter mination of a great war. The under took and carried out great projects, and found that, beside their many du ties of home and family, they were able to do much for their country. They worked unceasingly, in their homes, their gardens, for the Red Cross, and suffering Belgians, French and Palestinians. All were enfolded in the throbbing mother-heart of the American woman, who yearned over each one and was anxious to mother each sturdy soldier or suffering refu gee. Then, in the midst of this stren uous work, came the armistice, sud denly taking the greatest incentive the war from the zealous worker, and almost as quickly as she had en tered this work, the American woman le...

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. — 12 September 1919

Friday, September 12, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Fifteen MANY PROMINENT JEWISH LAWYERS. Men Who Have Taken an Active Part in National and Jewish Affairs. By Miss Jessie Cohen. LOUIS MARSHALL. Louis Marshall, one of the most prominent lawyers of the country and an active worker in behalf of Ameri can Israel was born in Syracuse, N. Y. in 1850, and is the son of Jacob and Zilli Strauss. He received his educa tion in the elementary and hiprh school of that city, graduating from the law school of Syracuse University, from which he received the LL. D. decree. He married Miss Florence Lowenstein of New York in 1895, who died on May 27, 191(5. He began the practice of lnv in 1878 in Syracuse and hns been a member of the law firm of CiUKgen heim, Untermeyer & Marshall for many years. Mr. Marshall has argued many im . portant cases in the higher courts, es pecially constitutional and corpora tion law. He was a member of the con stitutional conventions of New York state in 1890, 1894 and 19...

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. — 12 September 1919

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 12, 1919 Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 211 Weit Eleventh St., Fort Worth, Texas Phone, Lamar 6460 DR. GEORGE FOX EDITOR JEWISH CALENDAR 5679-1918 Tlosh HiiHhlmnah Saturday, Sept. 7 KbhI of (iedallah Monday, Sept. 9 Yotn Kippur Monday, Sept. 16 8ukkolh, First Day. .. .Saturday, Sept. 21 Hoshannnh Kabbah Friday, 8 pt. 27 Sh'mlnl zereth Saturday, Sept. 28 Sltnchath Tornh Sunday, Sept. 2'J Roxh Chodesh Chesvan. .Monday, Oct. 7 Rosh Chodesh Klslcv. . . .Tuesday, Nov. 5 Chanukknh Friday, Nov. 29 Rosh ChodeHh Tebet. .Wednesday, Pec. 4 Fast of Tebet Friday, Dec. 13 5679-1919 Kosh ChodeHh 8hcbat ..ThurHday. Jan. 2 KoHh Chodenn Adar. .. .Saturday, Feb. 1 Kosh Chodenh Vc-Adar. .Monday. Mar. 3 Fast of Esther Saturday, March 15 I'urlm Sunday, March In Konh ChodeHh Nissan. .Tuesday, April 1 Tesach, First Pay Tuesday, April IS resach, Seventh Day ....onday. April Jl Rosh Chodesh lyyar ..Thursday, May 1 T.ng B'Oniar Su...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 19 September 1919

l j J DP. GEOPGE FOX, .EDI TOP SSJJJ I DR. GEOUdK FOX, I'reHldrnt I " BAM LII'SHITZ, VIce-ITfuiileiit -I LOUIS MOKKIS, Hec'y-Treim. VOL.irto. 1. 3 To Our Readers, Our Patrons and Our Friends A Hap py and Prosperous New Year TTR " ' ' FOREIGN and DOMESTIC JACOB DIXEZOHN BURIED AT WARSAW. London, Sept. 9. (By I. J. P. B.) Ten thousand Jews among them Jew ish deputies of the Polish Parliament, representatives of all synagogues and Jewish organizations, members of the American Food Commission at War saw, and Jewish soldiers took part in the elaborate and impressive ceremon ies in connection with the funeral of the Jewish writer and charitable worker, Jacob Dinezohn, who died last week in Warsaw. The funeral of the beloved "Father of the war-orphnns" was one of the greatest mourning demonstrations which Warsaw has ever seen. Police men and five hundred special officers were assigned by the authorities to keep order and to see that traffic in the streets did not interfere with the funeral...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 19 September 1919

Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 19, 1919. Ifort worth newsI NOTICE. Regular meeting of Isidor Straui 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 oath School, Saturday morning at 9 o'clock, and Sunday at 10:00. Synagogue Ahavath Sholem. Friday evening services at 8 o'clock. Satur lay mornine. 8 o'clock. Sabbath school 'aturday morning, 10 o'clock. Mr. David Greines is now associat ed with Baskin, Estes & Ammerman, Attorneys at Law. The following Jewish young ladies are teaching school in Fort Worth: Miss Sarah Carb, Miss Ida Brown, Miss Ida Greines, Miss Nellie Levison, Miss Ricca Friedlander, Miss Millie Rosenstein. Lieut....

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 19 September 1919

Friday, September 19, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Three ; UNION of AMERICAN HEBREW 1 .. CONGREGATIONS . SYNAGOG EXTENSION IN HONOLULU. Beyond the American shores the Department of Synagog and School Extension has gone in its work. The Department is helping to instill a re ligious element into the Jewish com- l( munity of Honolulu by providing sermons for holidays and prayer books and hymnals, for use at services in that city. Press notices of holiduys, for publication in Honolulu newspa pers have also been furnished. The call for aid in arousing the dor mant spiritual life of the Jew in the Hawaiian capital come from Mr. Vic tor Harris, who resides there. In pre ' viously published newspaper accounts Mr. Harris contradicted reports that there is a thriving congregation in Honolulu composed of sixty Jewish families, that this Congregation pos sesses a Torah presented by a former Hawaiian queen, and that a Jewish cemetery is maintained. There is no sign of a Congregation, the Torah was m...

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. — 19 September 1919

Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 19, 1919. MR. AND MRS. OSCAR SELIGMAN wish to extend to you a Happy and Prosperous New Yaer MR. AND MRS. JOE GREENBERG and family wish to extend to you a Happy and Prosperous New Year MR. AND MRS. BEN ART AND SON wish to extend to you a Happy and Prosperous New Year MR. AND MRS. B. MAX MEHL wish to extend to you a Happy and Prosperous New Year MRS. EVA HURWITZ AND DAUGHTER, ANNA wish to extend to you a Happy and Prosperous New Year MR. AND MRS. IS. DAVIDSON AND DAUGHTER wish to extend to you a Happy and Prosperous New Year MR. AND MRS. SAM JOSEPH AND FAMILY wish to extend to you a Happy and Prosperous New Year MR. AND MRS. JOE WOLFFSON AND FAMILY wish to extend to you a Happy and Prosperous New Year MR. AND MRS. L. PANDRES wish to extend to you a Happy and Prosperous New Year MR. AND MRS. NATHAN GENS AND DAUGHTER Of Tulsa, Okla. wish to extend to you a Happy and Prosperous New Year MR. AND MRS. LEO ZEVE Of Mineral Wells wish to extend to you...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 19 September 1919

Friday, September 19, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Five NEW YEAR'S MR, AND MRS. BEN LEVY AND FAMILY wish all their relatives and friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year MR. AND MRS. LOUIS MORRIS AND SON wish all their relatives and friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year RABBI AND MRS. GEORGE FOX AND DAUGHTER wish all their relatives and friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year MR. AND MRS. R. FULLER wish all their relatives and friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year MRS. L. M. MILLER AND MRS. MOLLIS ROTH wish all their relatives and friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR SIMON AND FAMILY wish all their relatives and friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year MR. AND MRS. S. H. COPLIN AND FAMILY wish all their relatives and friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year MR. AND MRS. MAX LIDDELL AND SON wish to extend the season's (rreetings to their friends and relatives REV. AND MRS. A. GORDON AND DAUGHTER wish to extend the season's greetings to their friends and relatives....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 19 September 1919

tHEJEWiSHMortiTOR NEWS FROM DALLAS A Happy and Prosperous New Year MR. AND MRS. SAMUEL ADLER wish all their relatives and friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year MR. AND MRS. D. W. WOLFE AND FAMILY wish all their relatives and friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM GARON- ZIK AND FAMILY wish all their relatives and friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year MR. GUS ROOS wishes all his friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year. TEXAS PAPER CO. wish all their relatives and friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year Dr. Blech Achieves Honor. Dr. Gustavus M. Blech of Chicago, who was a colonel in command of a base hospital, has received word this week from the war department that the French government has conferred upon him its highest decoration the Legion of Honor. Col. Blech, after recruiting a sani tary train for the Prairie division, was appointed assistant chief surgeon at Camp Logan. He accompanied the di vision to France and in July, 1918, wai detailed to the field...

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