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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 5 August 1921

r Friday August 5 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR . j T fi 1 i im ' ' II i is common to his congregation his colleagues and a wide circle of admirers outside his city. : He was a member of the first graduating class of the Hebrew Union College that of '83 and was one of the best known of its alumni. His work as preacher teacher and organizer has no su- perior in the annals of the American Rabbinate of his time and he is undoubtedly one whose efforts can ill be spared. His congregation is fortunate '''"pit so able a successor as Rabbi Harry W. Ettelson for the past year associate in Rodef Sholom. Rabbi Ettelson is a graduate of the Hebrew Union College a zealous worker and a fine type of man and minister. In wishing him success it is with the feeling that he is greatly blessed in the opportunity of carrying on the work so notably begun by his beloved predecessor. To the lat ter all who know him will wish long life and the blessings of health in which to enjoy the luxury of reflection on his...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 5 August 1921

Ten JEWISH PROBLEMS VIEWED THROUGH GENTILE GLASSES (Continued from Page 7) ert covetousness of whatever kind no dark designs of any description to add to the tangle of the world's intringue. As a citizen of every coountry he has impartially at heart the welfare of all lands the commune bonum is his only objective. In this work the Jews will be lead- ers as well as laborers. The present directors of the world's destinies have failed prodigiously. In earth's extrem- ity they are inept and insufficient. They have wrecked the machinery of society and want the wit to reassem- ble it They got mankind into a mess from which they are miserably unable to extricate it. With all their powers they are powerless to remedy the con- ditions they have created. They can only survey the results of their folly in fatuuous futility. They have prov ed their utter unworthiness and must step down and give place to their bet- ters. The upright Jew by reason of his traditions and his ideals is the man above...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 5 August 1921

Friday August 5 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR El even "Pure Distilled Water Ice" Hade in Fort Worth by The Ballard Ice & Fuel Co. 104-110 South Lake Street Phone Lamar 257 Our clientele is rapidly building up among; the class of families who demand that their ice is absolutely pure and that it be delivered promptly and by men who appreciate business and use all of their cus- tomers in an honest and sincere manner. Willard ESS Fort Worth Battery Company WILLARD SERVICE STATION 1019 Monroe Street phone Lamar 1959 THROUGH SERVICE WE GROW Sanitary Kosher Delicatessen M. SMITH Manager WE SERVE HOT LUNCHES AT ALL HOURS SANDWICHES A SPECIALTY PICNIC LUNCHES A SPECIALTY Next to Telephone Bid. 207 W. 10th Street Phone Lamar 6333 WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS MM. NATIONAL BANK FIX THE NAME IN YOUR MIND TEXAS STATE BANK OF FORT WORTH TEXAS CAPITAL $300000.00 SURPLUS $233000.00 Officers and Directors W. L. Smallwood President C J. Maner Cashier B. B. Samuels Active V.-Prt. II. L. Rudmose Assist Cash!. A...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 5 August 1921

Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday Angust 5 1921. NEWS FROMDALLASl ' Fcrmer Dallas Man Is Elected Mayor. A. J. Kaufman formerly of Dallas was elected Mayor of Buffalo at an election held here Tuesday for revis- ion of the corporate limits of the town and selection of officers. Others elect- ed were the following: 0. C. Ezell Marshal; G. N. Campbell N. A. Dav- idson L. L. Jeter T. A. Cochran nad W. J. Taylor Aldermen. A Miss Elsa Star accompanied by her friend Miss Edith Graenburg of New York City left recently for Casco Me. where they will attend Camp Songo. Mesdames G. F. and Ed Ascher of Dallas are in Los Angeles on vacation'. They were entertained at a dinnev dansant given in Los Angeles recent- ly. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Sanger Mrs. L. A. Metzlen and Miss Elinor Meadow all of Dallas are spending part of their vacation in Niagara on the Lake Can- ada. Sidney Brin has returned from a 6 weeks' trip to California. Mrs. Brin will return to Dallas about September first. Mr. and Mrs. B. Wadel ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 5 August 1921

Friday August 5 1021. THE JEWISH MONITOR ThirUcn o 0 7. THEJE WISHMONITOR ' - PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 'Phone Lamar M0 DR. GEORGE FOX EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS Buslneaa Manager i Offloara Dr. George Vox.... President Bam Mnshlta Vice-President Uula Morris Secretary -Treasurer The editor la not responsible for vlewa ei- (tressed by contrlbutora. Anonymoua attera will receive no eonalderatlon. Entered aa aecond ctaaa matter by tha Monitor Publishing Company at the Fostofflce at Kort Worth Texaa under . the Aot of Section 423 Postal Laws and . Regulations August 24 1912. .0 ". " SHERMAN. Mr? and Mrs. Harry Stone and son of Dallas motored over Saturday and were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. I. Ex- stein. They left Sunday. Miss Ameth Meyers is visiting relatives in Wichita Falls. Miss Rosemie Dapplemeyer has re- turned home after a pleasant visit with relatives. Mrs. Bertha Ney of Texarkana is visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Marks and daughtetr Miss Samise is spending t...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 5 August 1921

Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday August 5 1921. $ DODGE TAXI $ Our Motto: Quick Service. Phone L. 665 Phone L.845 Anywhere Any Time on Paved Streets within city limits for ONE DOLLAR Office 1301-5 Commerce St. Also new Ford and Dodge Cars for rent with or without driv- CITATION BY PUBLICATION. Tho Htuto of Texan In the District Court of Tannnt County Texus September 'term A. D. 1921. To ihi! Hlieriff or Any Constable of Tar- rart County Greeting: You are hereby commanded That by making publication of this Citation In some newspaper published In the County of Tarrant four consecutive weeks prev- ious to the return day hereof you sum- mon Vera Alexander Spears a non-resident of the State of Texas to be and ap- pear before the District Court to be hold- en In and for the County of Tarrant at the Court Houxe thereof In the City of Kort Worth on the first Monday In Sep- tember A. 1). 1921 the same being the 6th day of said month then and there to an- swer the petition of Alvin L. Spear...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 5 August 1921

Friday August 5 1921.' THE JEWISH MONITOR Fifteen TO THE PUBLIC. (Continued from Page 11). the affairs of the Association with the Manager. Building & Loan Associations are more commonly known as peoples'" banks. By this term we mean a finan- cial institution incorporated under a specific act requiring the supervision of the State Banking Department and granting every protection for the de- positor to as great an extent as you will find in any bank the main differ- ence being that the Building & Loan Association is a public corporation rather than a private corporation and is therefore follows that the profit! go tb the depositor rather than share rs M:: hol(e Of course this institution does not take checking accounts but all sav- ings accounts can ba withdrawn upon notice with reservations on the part of the Association to make payment if conditions would so warrant or de- mand it similar to regular savings accounts and time deposits of privat controlled banks. Building &am...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 5 August 1921

Sixteen . THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday Augrut 6 lt21. THE APPEARANCE of your printed stationery reflects the character of your business FIRST impressions are usually last- ing and you should no more think of representing your business with ill- arranged poorly printed stationery than with an uncouth inexperienced salesman. The psychological effect would be the same. THE SNAP and vitality of our "dis- tinctive" printing registers instant approval. ASK A USER. SHIFT your printing troubles over to our shoulders they are a burden to you a pleasure to us. Monitor Publishing Company 285-7-9 W. 10th St. Lamar 5460 Fort Worth Texas LOUIS MORRIS ROY F. SMITH Gen'l Mgr Sales Mgr.

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

o if . mm i I ST n w 1 WW I LY E Hi VOLUME IX. NO. 17. MARX PIONEER MERCHANT DEAD. 'Marcus Marx one of the founder of Hart Schaffner ft Marx died at hia home at 6121 Kenwood avenue yes- terday in the city of Chicago. Mr. Marx celebrated his eightieth birthday on November 22 last He was born In Otweiler Hessen-Darmstadt Germany. He came to this country when a boy of 11 and lived in various of the smaller communities. In 1879 he moved from Hastings Minn where for fourteen years he had conducted a general merchandise business to Chi- cago and with his three brothers-in-law Harry Hart Max Hart anil Levi Abt formed the firm of Hart Jfil ft Marx. In 1887 the clothing firm of Hart Schaffner ft Marx was organic ed. The business was incorporaed in 1911. Mr. Marx continued as a direc- tor of the company until his death. Mr. Marx married Jennie Hart of Chicago in 1869. Mrs. Marx died in 1892. Six children all married sur- vive. Mrs. Henry C Davis of Cincin- nati Mrs. Rebecca M. Cobacker of Chi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 12 August 1921

Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday August 12 1921 SUCCESS OF ZIONIST CONGRESS IN HANDS OF AMERICAN JEWS SAYS KEREN HAYE- SOD TREASURER. Whether the Twelfth Zionist Con- gress to open in Carlsbad around Sep- tember 1st will be "as fruitful as it should be" will depend upon the promptness of the Keren Hayesod Committee Jewish Organizations and individuals in remitting the sums of money pledged for the Palestine Foundation Fund. This is the emphat- ic statement made by Hermann Con- heim treasurer of the Keren Hayesod Bureau for the United States in a statement issued the other day. Following is the statemnt: Within a few weeks the World's Zionist Congress will convene in Carlsbad. It will meet under difficult conditions and will face serious prob- lems. Whether or not the Congress will achieve great things and fulfill the expectations of the Jews of the world will depend largely upon the fin- ancial resources that will be at its dis- posal for the great tasks which the World Zionist Organiz...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 12 August 1921

0 Friday August 12 1921 THE JEWISH M0NITO1 4 b o BUY IT AT RENFRO'S 7 Busy Rexall Drug Stores 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 STANDARD BATTERY SERVICE STATION 114-16-18-20 Throckmorton Street FORT WORTH TEXAS DISTRIBUTORS atirtsr and Ignition Phones Lamar MS-BO i n j "Dependable Service" SptclilliU CAPTOR PLATES Standard Storage Battery CAPILLARY SEPARATORS reconstruct human life by new prin- ciples new if not novel and by a new just wonderfully original dis- pensation. All this in naive faith that the new Order once started will continue like a ball tipped by the hand to move on as wished. But not even the bah moves as thrown. It is deflected to the surprise and the discomfiture of even the best player. For there is the intangible something that interferes. And with us with man with all men this intangible disturber of all calcu- lations is hum...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 12 August 1921

Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday August 121921 FORT WORTH NEWS TEMPLE BETH-EL Corntr Qalvaaton and Broadway. Dr. Qaorr Fox Rabbi larvlcae Friday availing at S o'clock. Saturday morning? at 11 o'clock akbath Sohool Saturday at :S0 Sunday at 10:10. SVNAOOOUE AHAVATH 8HOLOM ay availing- irvloea at I o'clock. Sat- urday morning at I o'clock. Sabbath Sohool Saturday morning 10:00 o'clock. Plaaaa Phana Naws Itama to Lamar 4MO Raataala ISM or 4H. Mt. Barney Landsman arrived here from Chicago Tuesday where he went to see his father who was seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. B. Landsman are leaving for Galveston to be gone for ten days. Mrs. Dave Rubinstein entertained at cards last Wednesday afternoon at the home of her sister Mrs. U. M. Si- mon complimenting her guest Miss Lillian Rubinstein of Boston. In the game of bridge high score prize was won by Miss Ida Rubinstein; consola- tion by Miss Pauline Dinger and the visitors prize by Miss Janet Marks. A lovely gift was presented the honoree. Follow...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 12 August 1921

Friday August 12 1921 THE JEWISH MONITOR FiTt . Worth w will pay for them provide ing you get then from Sammy Neus- ner. ' We have no hard feeling just friendly competition. We still claim next to the F. 0. P. Club the T. 0. 0. Club comes first and we will prove it . when you accept our challenge in due and ancient form. Wo will be glad to give you a dance if you want to come over. (Signed) F. 0. P. CLUB. ' Mini Rose Saikin gave a farewell party in honor of Miss Ida Goldberg who has been visiting here for somi time. A delightful evening was enjoy ed by fifteen couples. Refreshmeii lALPS Friday "NEGLECTED WIVES" Saturday and Sunday Monroe Salisbury in THE BARBARIAN" Monday and Tuesday Wallace Reid in "WHAT'S YOUR HURRY" Wednesday and Thursday "HUMORESQUE." pclal Comtdlss Evsry Day. were served throughout the evening and at the close of the evening 'he couples wer taken for a long auto drive. Mrs. Harry Buckstetn 1921 Hur ley avenue gave a surprise party in honor of Misses Ida Goldber...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 12 August 1921

Friday August 12 1921 ee- Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Jewish Problems Viewed Through Gentile Glasses BY WALTER HURT '0 wad some power the'jiftie gie us To see oursel's as others see us!" Burns. NOTE Be It understood that this nr. las of artlclea preaenta Jewlah queetlpne purely from the non-Jewlah viewpoint and neither the editor of thla Journal nor any Jew ahould be regarded aa reaponal- bla for or neceaaarlly agreeing with any opinion herein expreaaed excepting quotatlona of Jewlah origin. w. H.) ARTICLE XV. Jews in Finance and Industry. Jewish commercialism like other Hebraic characteristics is partly in- herent and partly acquired. Although Jews have specialized in merchandiz- ing and developed an abnormal busi- ness acumen under a forced economic environment it cannot successfully be contended that they would not be de- votees of commerce had they not been driven into traffic; in turning; to trade under racial restrictions they prob- ably followed the tribal predisposition. Original...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 12 August 1921

Friday August 12 1921 THI JEWISH MONlTOJt Sevan tile community he makes no impres- sion: he bites a file." It is charged that the Jew is not attached to the land. It can not be de- nied nor should one lire to deny that the Jew does not monopolize the nat- ural sources of production. His eco- nomic ethics are not those of the Gen- tile. Yet whatever tendency toward land-holding he originally may have had has been eradicated by long de- nial cf the right to rtality. It is not truo that the Jew never possessed love of the land. Before commerce l ad been intensively devel- oped and while occupational choice re- mained to him tl'C Jew was a son of the soi!. In common with all primitive peoples he extracted his sustenance from the earth. As far back as the Adamic period wo hrve i record of the Jews as agriculturists. Cain and Abel formed the first filming and stock- ra'sing lombine and go; along to- gether In business r.bout as harmon- iourly as brothers usually do. Then came Jabal first ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 12 August 1921

Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday August 12 1921 EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Oklahoma- Rabbi Jaaaph Blatt Rabbi Morrla Tallar Rabbi Chaa. B. Lati Arkanaaa Rabbi Laonard Rothataln Rabbi Joaaph H. ttott Rabbi A. B. Rhlna Rabbi Jarama Mark Loulalana Rabbi A. Brill Rabbi Harry A. Marfald EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Taxaa Rabbi Hanry Cohan Rabbi A. Warna Rabbi Martin Zlalonka Rabbi David Lafkowltz Rabbi David Roaanbaum Rabbi A. E. Abramowltx Rabbi Wolf Maoht Dr. R. Farbar Rabbi tamuri Roalngar EDITORIAL RABBI GEORGE FOX Editor CO-OPERATION OF NATION- AL AGENCIES AND WASTE OF FUNDS. Sometime ago we had occas- sion to write an editorial on the good work that was being done by the I. 0. B. B. in sending to Mexico Vice President Archi- bald Marx and Rabbi Martin Zie- lonka for the purpose of survey- ing the situation there and es- tablishing agencies for the care and welfare of the immigrants who were drifting into Mexico. We at that time stated what had been done and commented fav- orably on the result...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 12 August 1921

Friday August 12 1921 THE JEWISH MONITOR Kin dren who have been bereft of their parent or parents. The plan of Mr. Voorsanger is not to bring any of the unfortun- ates to this country but to raise enough funds to guarantee their care and bringing up under con- ditions which will give the chil- dren a chance to live and develop. Federaion has forwarded a protest to the Zionist Executive against the de- cision of the Greater Actions Com- mittee that representatives of the smaller federations shall not be per mited into the Senioren Convent of the next congress. The French Zion- ists demand that their leaders be heard at the congress and declare that the new measure was passed with the ulterior motive of suppressing all opposition. HOW ABOUT JEWISH "AMERI- CANISM T' Cohens Lead All Others in New York's World War Fighting Forces. New York: Cohens led New York's fighting forces in the world war. The War Record Bureau of the State Bonus Commission has found that more soldiers and sailors ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 12 August 1921

Ten THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday August 12 1921 JEWISH PROBLEMS VIEWED THROUGH GENTILE GLASSES. (Continued from Page 7). practice. His people have been forced to resort to commercial camouflage and necessity has made them masters of all the tricks of traffic. Anyway in such practices they are but playing a competitive game with the Gentile and who righteously may represent them if they excel thereat? The economic reason for excluding the Jew from the less fluid forms of wealth and forcing him into finance is readily perceivable. Rulers found him a convenient collector of tribute. He was allowed to exercise his superior powers of acquisition until his accu- mulation of the possessions of the non-Jewish population was sufficient- ly large when a transfer of the accre- tion was accomplished by the simple process of confiscation. A perfect an- ology is found in the bee which as the more efficient honey-gatherer is per- mited to harvest and s'.ore his sweets until his hive chambers are fill...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 12 August 1921

Friday August 12 1921 THX JEWI8H MONITOR Eleven "Pure Distilled Water Ice" Made in Fort Worth by The Ballard Ice & Fuel Co. 04-110 South Lake Street Phone Lamar 257 Our clientele ia rapidly building up among the class of familiea who demand that their ice is absolutely pure and that it be delivered promptly and by men who appreciate business and use all of their cus- tomers in an honest and sincere manner. TUMI 1 STORAGE Willard wim Fort Worth Battery Company WILLARD SERVICE STATION 1011 Monroe Street Phone Lamar 1950 THROUGH SERVICE WE GROW Sanitary Kosher Delicatessen M. SMITH Manager WE SERVE HOT LUNCHES AT ALL HOURS SANDWICHES A SPECIALTY PICNIC LUNCHES A SPECIALTY Neit to Telephone Bide 207 W. 10th Street Phone Lamar 331 Wl WANT YOUR BU8INE88 F.&M NATIONAL BANK FIX THE NAME IN YOUR MIND - - TEXAS STATE BANK OF FORT WORTH. TEXAS CAPITAL $300000.00 SURPLUS $233000.00 Officers and Directors W. L Smallwood President C J. Maner Cashier B. B. Samuels Active V.-Prt. H. L Rudmo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 12 August 1921

Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday August 12 1921 I I NEWS FROM DALLAS I . Mr. and Mrs. U. M. Cerf of Fort Worth are in Mineral Wells. Mrs. Mary Lawrence is enjoying her visit very much with her son and the Greenman family and friends in Kansas City Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lawrence of San Antonio have returned from a six weeks' visit through various parts of California Colorado and Yellowstone Park. Mrs. I. N. Cerf and family Mrs. Louis Cerf of Corsicana are visiting in Chicago New York Washington and other points. Miss Rosa Wolf 1716 Canton street has returned from a few week's visit in Mineral Wells. Donald Brin has gone to Atlantic City for a six week's vacation. He will visit relatives in New York and De- troit before returning. Mrs. Alex Walter and son of Hous- ton are the guests of Mrs. J. L. Tress burg 2901 South Boulevard. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ablon have re- turned from a months' trip through California Utah Nevada and Colo- rado. Miss Fanny Hayman 2817 South Boulevard has return...

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