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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 3 October 1919

Friday, October 8, 1919. JUDAISM, CHRISTIANITY AND . THE MODERN SOCIAL IDEALS THE JEWISH MONITOR Fifteen By G. George Fox, Temple Beth-El, Fort Worth, Texas. Review by David Bronstein, in the Chicago Sentinel. The thinking men and women, both Jews and Christians, will hail the pub lication of this small, but neat, little volume as an event, and as a very val uable source of information. The want of such a book has been felt for the last few decades, since the higher crit icism of the Old and the New .Testa ments began to make such wonderful progress, and since both, enlightened and thinking Jews and Christians, have come to conclusion that the most important elements of each religion are its social teachings and ethical precepts. Many rabbis, in their ser mons, articles and books, have touch ed upon some of the topics, of which Rabbi Fox treats in this book. How ever, none has as yet combined all these topics in such a thorough and systematical way as the author of this book has don...

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. — 3 October 1919

Sixteen .THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, October 8, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 211 Wett Eleventh St., Fort Worth, Texai 'Phone, Lamar 5460 OR. GEORGE FOX EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS Builne Manager U. M. CERF Circulation Manager JEWISH CALENDAR. 5680-1919 New Year's Kve Wed., Sept. 24 Yom Klppur Sat. Oct. 4 Ruecoth (First Pay) Thurs. Oct. 9 Suceoth (l.iiHt Pay Sliomlnl Af.ereth) Thurs. Oct. Ill Slmchath Torah Frlilay, Oct. 17 Rosch-Chndesch Chesvan. . Friday. Oct. 24 Rosch-Chodesch Klslev. . Sunday, Nov. 23 Chnnukiih (Feast of Pcdlcntlon) Wed. Pec. 17 Rosch-Chodesch Tebeth ....Moil., Pec. 22 5680-1920 Fast of Telieth Thurs., .Tnn. 1 Rosch-Chodesch Shebat. . . . Wed., .Tan. 2) Rosch-Chndesch Adar. . . .Thurs., Fob. 19 l'urlm (FeaHt of Ksther).. Thurs., Mar. 4 Rosch-Chodesch Nissan Sat., Mar. 20 Passover (Pcsnch) Sat., April II rnssover (Rlghth Pay) ....Sat., April 1 Rosch-Chodesch lynr Sun., April IS T.ng h 'Omer TburH., Mny II Rosch-Chodesch Slvan Tues...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 October 1919

raw L J Of n .v v WW ; ii tcv i -xi Hill VI C I i Ittt TTirrE r t I JUL 1Mb 7a I EI; 2 EADim Jewish Journa, DR. GEORGE FOX.. EDITOR G&eat Sutiwes. in (DR. GEOROH FOX, President I Xj '(SAM LIP8HITZ, Vice-President V ( (LOU18 MORRIS. Sec'y-Treas. I 1 The editor It not responsible for views) expressed by contributors. Anonymous I letters will receive no consideration. ) in l Entered In the Kort Worth Postofflce) nt Second Class Mall Matter by the Mon-S lltor Publishing- Company. ) VOLUME VIII. NO. 4. FORT WORTH-DALLAS, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1919. Price $1.50 Per Year. FOREIGN and DO'NSTIG NEWS FROM SPECIAL CORRESPONa.." 80,000 HOMELESS JEWISH REFU GEES' WANDERING ABOUT AS RESULT OF NOVGOR. OD VOLINSK POGROMS. Warsaw: (By I. J. P. B.) A Jewish delegation which has arrived here from Novgored-Volinsk has furnished a list of horrifying details about the pogroms which occurred there recent- ly. Not a single Jew remains in the town. Thirty thousand Jews who fled in terror of further...

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. — 10 October 1919

Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, October 10, 1919. NATIONAL FEDERATION of TEMPLE SISTERHOODS YEAR'S WORK OF LARGEST COUNCIL SECTION. Succoth Coming Sisterhoods to Meet. Many Sisterhoods will this year, as formerly, aid in congregational cel ebrations on the Succoth festival. Ob servance of the Feast of Tabernacles has been for the most part of a na ture from which the greatest enjoy ment and benefit is derived. Practi cally every temple erects a Succah, either 'in the outdoors, when climatic conditions permit, or on the altar. Sisterhoods very often decorate the Succoth, sometimes themselves going into the conutry to obtain verdure for this purpose. Some congregations per mit the children of the Religious School to adorn the Succah, and later to distribute the fruit used as decora tions, among charitable institutions. In the endeavor to add interest to the Succoth celebrations, many rab bis hark back to the agricultural sig nificance of the holidays. Many of the Religious Schools, in ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 October 1919

Friday, October 10, 1919. and the chairman raised $1,000 from Council members. The War Service Committee ans wered the call of city and country as such a call to duty should have been answered. We point with pardonable pride, yet with humble appreciation, to the achievements of the various departments. "For the Fourth Liberty Loan our Senior Section was responsible for se curing $2,000,000 worth of subscrip tions, and our Junior Auxiliary $1,. 000.000. For the Fifth Loan, all the women's organizations in the city have been formed under one Women's Clubs unit. At the present writing our organization leads all the others in the city in the amounts of sub scriptions raised. "For six months past, beginning November 2nd, at the earnest request of the Jewish Welfare Board, and un der a special committee appointed for the purpose, our orpjiniaation) has been giving two dances each week for men in uniform, at the Academy, 79th street and Columbus Avenue From November 2nd to April 15th, 10, ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 October 1919

Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, October 10, 1919. THE AMERICAN JEWISH RELIEF COMMITTEE FOR SUFFERERS FROM THE WAR. New York: New and dreadful dis eases, previously unknown to medi cal science, has developed to a great extent throughout Poland and malnu trition and hunger are responsible, ac cording to Mr. Bernard Horwich, of the Joint Distribution Committee of American funds for the relief of Jew ish sufferers from the war. How the lack of proper food has af fected the morals, as well as the phy sical condition, of the Jews is inter estingly commented upon by Mr. Hor wich in a report received at the Amer ican Jewish relief headquarters here. Within the past two years, he says, great numbers of little orphaned chil dren have died throughout Poland, al though in spite of the high death- rate there are still some 40,000 fath erless and motherless little folks. During the past two or three years, in fant and child mortality has been so heavily that few under six years of age have surviv...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 October 1919

Friday, October 10, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Five TRY IT JUST ONCE Acme Ifort worth newsI IN 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. L. M. MILLER, President. ELI GILBERT, Secretary. Congregational, rem pie Beth-El, 6th and Taylor Streets. Services Friday evening at it 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 day morning, 8 o'clock. Sabbath school Saturday morning, 10 o'clock. Announcement. A very important meeting of the Y. M. H. A. will be held Sunday, Oc tober 12 at 3:30 p. m. Election of offi cers and other matters of great im portance will be transacted. All mem bers please attend. L. GILBERT, Secretary. Announcement. The Y. M. H. A. will give its initial dance of the season at the Hebrew In stitute, Sunday, Oc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 October 1919

Six THE JEWISJ MONITOR Friday, October 10, 1919.' KROTOSHINSKY'S OWN STORY (As He Told it to Meyer Magui, J. W. B., A. E. F.) Most of us selective service men, es pecially the Jewish boys who, like myself, were accustomed to working indoors, found it hard to get used to Bleeping in pup-tents, eating the army chow and exercising hjard all day long. But I thank heaven that I got the training I did before I went into lines or I would never have come out alive. Our biggest battle was in the Ar gonne Woods and it was there that our battalion, under Colonel Whittle sey, got lost and nearly wiped out. We had been fighting hard from the the middle of a regular jungle full of swamps, vines and heavy under brush, and living on bully beef and hard tack. At first it was easy because we had the advantage of a surprise at tack and the Second German Land wehr, which was in front of us, could not stand up under our terrible bar rage, which knocked down the trees and ploughed up their trenches. But ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 October 1919

Friday, October 10, 1919. Battalion. Then he asked me whether I could lead him back to the battalion. I said, "Yes." They gave me a bite to eat and something: to drink and after V a little rest I started back again with the command. That night the 307th broke through on the right and we got through a lit tle later. I will never forget the scene when the relief came. flie men were like crazy with joy. But there were not many of them left Of 679 who had en tered the pocket only 252, counting myself were alive, and of those only 160 were able to walk without help. Right after that I got sick with the "Flu" and nearly died. The long hunger and terrible hardships, and a few whiffs of gas that I had gotten while crawling about in the woods, nearly gnished me. But thank God, I am alive and well. Afterwards everybody was very good to me. I never was put on any details and they gave me all the priv ileges a soldier could have. General Pershing himself gave me my Distin guished Service Cross....

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 October 1919

Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, October 10, 1919. 1 lEDITORIALl it 1 A MODERN ELIJAH, II. We have serious doubts as to whether any congregation would tolerate a minister who would thunder against the proprietors of establishments which violate the Sabbath, and thus show the rank hypocrisy of the Jews of today who officially that is in our Temples observe the Sabbath, and then .urn about and do everything on it, that the spirit of the rest-day forbids. We recall the great objections that had to be over come even by the few who have inaugurated religious instruction on that day, so as to give our children an idea of the sanctity of the Sabbath. We remember how the moth ers complained that that was the only time which their children had to take their danc ing lessons, and their French lessons, and some even objected on the ground that that was the only time that mothers had an op portunity to take their children to do their shopping, for in the afternoons, the children had to go to th...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 October 1919

Friday, October 10, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Nine DOES at some time set before himself, it is because the sad realization of the practical things he has to deal with, the practical problems of sustenance and life, have forced him to fall away from his ideal, and in the final analysis of the matter, the rabbi is hardly to blame for the times we live in, the terrific struggle for existence, the fierce competition, and the commercialism of the age, pushing aside the better and deeper things in life, have all combined to force the religious leader into circumstances over which he has little or no control. Like our correspondent, we hope for the day when a prophet will arise in modern Israel, an Elijah to lead us back to the real and sincere worship of our God but how we will have to change, to appreciate a real prophet in Israel, and what a monstrous task he will have! o DR. BLATT HONORED. On last New Year's Eve, Congregation B'nai Israel of Oklahoma City, through its president, Ike Fli...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 October 1919

Ten THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, October 10, 1019. CORRESPONDENCE. Fort Worth, Texas. Editor Jewish Monitor, Dear Sir: A copy of your valuable publication, bearing date of Septem ber 26, has fallen into my hands, end I wish to tell you how much I hart enjoyed reading it and noting the re vival of Israel's hope, which is, inci dentally, the hope of the entire world. Especially was my heart touched by Wie appeal in Mr. Warburg's letter, and all Jewry should respond gladly. That nation's period of special fa vor began with Abraham and ended 33 years after the beginning of the Christian era. It was a period of 1845 full years, and the prophet, Zech ariah marks the day saying: (Zech. 9:12) "Turn ye to the strongholds, ye prisoners of hope; even TODAY I will render a DOUBLE unto you." That "double" ended in June 1878 at the time of the Berlin Congress, when ten men out of all languages of the nations, took hold of the skirt of him that was a Jew, saying: We will go with you, for we have hea...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 October 1919

Friday, October 10, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Elerea RAIZA LIKES TO BE DOMESTIC. Famous Soprano Likes to Cook Rus sian Dishes Purchases Own Eatables. One must not think that Rosa Raisa only gets pleasure in singing. While It is true that the famous dramatic soprano is kept busy learning new roles nevertheless she gets time to do many other things. Her special hobby is keeping house and doing her own cooking. To visit Mme. Raisa some early morning the visitor is like ly to find her attired in a long white apron busily engaged in preparing vegetables or fixing a chicken in true Polish style. She has many receipts for her favorite dishes, and never tires in trying to teach her friends to cook in the style that best suits her taste. To give them the proper names would require almost a whole line of type, and then the English tongue would not be able to pronounce them. But eating them is another matter; only the palate has to be the judge. Besides doing her own cooking the soprano likes t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 October 1919

Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, October 10, 1919. - BUY IT AT RENFRO'S, 4 Busy Rexall Drug Stores I NEWS FROM DALLAS I Mrs. August Kahn and sister, Mrs. Belle Kahn, have returned from Colo rado, where they spent three monthi in Denver, Manitou and Colorado Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Grossman and mother, Mrs. B. Kahn, have returned from the East. After an extended trip to points on the Pacific Coast Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hexter are at home at the Oriental Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Levy and little daughter, Jean, have returned from California where they went to attend the wedding of their brother. Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Bromberg and Miss Mina Bromberg have returned where they spent the summer months, from New York and Atlantic City Mrs. Sam Brodia and children, Ber nice and Raymond, of Alexandria, La. are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel , Adler, 1829 South Boulevard. Mr. Milton A. Harris of Omaha, Nebraska, will spend the week in Dal las, the guest of his brothers, Arnold and Arthur M. ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 October 1919

Friday, October 10, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR y u i W lyniie Jioe House SILK liOSlERY SPECIALS Vr n -!t cf Ercv.n Cordovan Fancy tp Phoenix Havana Browns Blacks Greys White: Tills cupcxh i: ; ror,orerl to you in a bewilder ing array cf ayks. Field Mou:t D :vc Brown, Two-Tone Browns, Taupe; LcuL .Wf heels; reinforced counter; widths AM t: D. Specially priced $12.85 Time Vii! Steal Your Money B'JYNOW LISTEN! Don't Forget the Dance At the Metropolitan Hotel Next Thursday, October 16th, Under the Auspices of The Temple Beth El Auxiliary Waurika Oil Association No. 3 Less Than Three Weeks Old HAS ENTERED THE CLASS OF BEST SELLERS WHY? 1IECAUSE 1. The 35 acre in Desdemonia are the best that money can buy in the Wonder Field. 2. The same officers who made Waurika Nos. 1 and 2 such successes are guiding Waurika No. 3. 3. Par value ia within the reach of all and the capitalization, $200,. 000, small enough for big dividends. Had Shareholders in Every State io the Union Because Waurika Number ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 October 1919

Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, October 10, 1919. "THE WATERS UNDER THE EARTH." Sermon Preached on Morning of the Day of Atonement, Saturday, Oc tober 4, 1919, Congregation Mt. Si nai, Sioux City, Iowa, by Rabbi Emanuel Sternheim. Preaching from the text, "The Wa ters Under the Earth," Rabbi Stern heim dwelt upon the ancient Hebrew cosmognony as applied to present day problems. '"The Waters Under the Earth" is a phrase familiar from childhood. Some of us said it in a monotone in day school; almost all of us had lessons on the commandments including this phrase in Sunday School. Some of ui have repeated it like parrots in public worship ever since. But does it mean any more to us than when pur childish lips pratteled it off to proud parents who felt we were infant prodigies? It is an arresting fact if we can pause from our avocations to think about it for a few minutes. There is water everywhere under the earth. Dig a well and hey-presto there is water. Science has demonstrated t...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 October 1919

Friday, October 10, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR V- V Fifteen giving feast at the Farm School, to re turn thanks for the bounteous harvest and for God's Providence in preserv ing the fruits of the fields. It is one of the most notable public events in the year's activities of the school, and attracts large gatherings of people to the grounds of the School, composed of country as well as of city people, of farmers as well as of those engaged in commercial, indus trial and professional pursuits; afford ing an opportunity to all thoso inter ested, to visit and inspect the Farm School plant, and to participate in a very exceptionally fine programme of exercises. Brief addresses will be made by the Guests of Honor of the occasion, including the governor of our state, the Hon. Wm. C. Sproul; Hon. Isaac Johnson, presiding Judge of the Dele ware County Court, and president of the State Board of Public Charities; Hampton L. Carson, Esq., president of the American Bar Association and former Attor...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 October 1919

Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR THE JEWISH MONITOR PUB&SHEa WJBKLY BV the . mcnitok publishing co. 211. West ilevnthFt Worth. Texas OX EDITOR US Business Manager .Circulation Manager 5680-1919 New Year's Eve Wed., Sppt. 24 Oct. 4 Oct. 9 Ynm Klppur Sat. Puccoth (First Day) Thurs. Succoth (bant Day Shetnlnl Atzcrethl Thurs. Slmchath Toruh Friday, ltosch-Ohodcsch Ohesvan. .Friday, Itosch-Chodesch KiKlev. .Sunday. Chanukuh (Feast of Dedication) Wed. Rosch-Chodesch Tohcth . ...Mon., 5680-1920 Fast of Tebeth Tnurs., Rosch-Chodesch Shebat. . . .Wed., Rosch-Chodesch Adnr Thur., Purim (FeiiHt of Ksther). .Thurs., Rosch-Chodesch Nissan Sat., Oct. IB Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Nov. 23 Dec. 17 Dec. 22 Jan. 1 .Tan. 21 Fnh. 19 Mar. 4 Mar. 20 April S April 10 Anrll IS May May IS May 23 .Tune IS July 4 .Tulv 1 .Tulv 2f. Auif. 14 S:-pt. 12 Passover (Pesach) Sat., Passover (Eighth Day) ....Pat., Rosch-Chodesch Iynr Sun., Lag b "Omer Thurs., Rosch-Ohodpsch Slvan Tups., Shavuoth (Confirmation Day) Sundny, Rosch-Ch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 17 October 1919

n 5 DP. GEORGE FOX, EDI TOP SyJJJl I PR. OKOnOK FOX, President 1 HAM UP8HITZ, Vice-President I I.0UI8 MOKRIS. Bec'y-Treaa. I The editor Is not responsible for views i expressed by contributors. Anonymous ' letters will receive no consideration, t Entered the Kort Worth Postofflce) as Second Class Mall Matter by tiie Mwi Itor Publishing Company. VOLUME VIII. NO. 5 FORT WORTH-DALLAS, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1919. Price 1.60 Per Yer. A cable received from Paris states that the Committee of Jewish Dele- , gations at the Peace Conference has just made public a protest against the anti-Jewish pogroms in Eastern Eu rope in the form of an appeal to hu manity which has been signed and is- ! sued by the foremost men of letters and leading public men of France. This statement bears the signatures of such eminent names as those of Ana tole France, Pierre Mille, Charles Seignobos, the historian, Henri Bar- busse, Victor Margeritte, Michael Cor . day, M. Aulard, the historian, Emile French Not...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 17 October 1919

PR. JACOBSON RESIGNS AS MIN ISTER OP B'NAI HON. OF SHREVEPORT. At meeting: of the B'Nai Zion con gregation Thursday night which was called by Rabbi Moses P. Jacobson, Dr. Jacobson tendered his resignation as minister to the congregation, his connection with the local temple to take effect at the expiration of the Feast of Booths holidays. His letter of resignation is as follows: Shreveport, La., Oct. 7, 1919. Mr. Sidney L. Herold, President, and members of the B'Nai Zion Congre gation: Shreveport, La. Brethren: "I herewith respectfully, and I may add, reluctantly request the congre gation to release me from my con tract with it immediately with the close of the present holiday season. The reasons prompting this request are wholly subjective. I feel that I must have at least a years' rest from the ministry and from all thought of the ministry. 18 Years in Shreveport. "My ministerial career covers now a period of thirty-three years, eigh teen of which I have spent in your pulpit. The ...

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