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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 October 1919

Friday October 17 1919. THE JEWISH M0.NITOR Five NATIONAL FEDERATION of TEMPLE SISTERHOODS TRY IT JUST ONCE Acme Equally Interested in Every Actovity. The Virginia Street Temple Sister- hood Charleston W. Va. is not one that permits its numerous activities to interfere with one another. It is inter- ested alike in matters of religion and culture and in communal national and world problems. The following paragraph is taken from a report of the Charleston Sis- terhoods work written by Mrs. Isa- dora May the corresponding secre- tary. "Our regular bimonthly meetings both of a literary and musical charac- ter were very successful. During the time there was great need for refugee work we met every week and sewed. An interesting feature of our meetings was the social hour which followed the program. Two or three of the mem- bers acted as hostesses. At the last meeting of our Sisterhood in response to an appeal made by Rabbi Feinstein the Sisterhood voted $50.00 to the He- brew Union Colle...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 October 1919

THE JEWIS.' MONITOR Friday October 17 1919. f WICHITA FALLS. MINERAL WELLS. 4 If You Want Results Advertise 4 Miss Grace Goldstein of Dallas who is recording secretary for the Na- tional Council of Jewish Women was in our city Monday and Tuesday. She was the guest of Mrs. Joe Art Mrs. Louis Pink and son Richard are spending several weeks in St Louis and Indianapolis. Mrs. Sam Kruger and children have returned from Fort Worth. Mrs. Harry Katz and children are out of the city. Mrs. Herman Samson of Fort Worth was a guest in the I. A. Fine home. Mr. J. C. Simmons of Ardmore is in the city on business Mr. Al Levy of Fort Worth wat seen on the streets Monday Adolph Cohen is in Fort Worth. Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Glickman of Chicago have come here to make this their home. Mrs. Glickman was for- merly Miss Levine of this city. The Council of Jewish Women held their first meeting October 6 at the home of Mrs. Louis Pink its presi- dent. The meeting was called to order at 3 o'clock by the presi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 October 1919

Mr Friday October IT 1919. DIL- KKAUSXOPFS TRIBUTE TO CASDINAL MERCIER Eloquent Addresa Mceta With Wide- spread Praise. "Tht honor of the occasion went to Joseph Krauskopf. I have never heard him speak to more advantage. Hit address was in itself a gracious piece of eloquence but coming from a Jew it was peculiarly f elicitious and worthy. I doubt whether the cardi- nal in the journeyings which he is yet to make over the country will hear anything in the course of the many addresses in his honor with more taste more of the rightful sort of appreciation and more of the sym- pathy that springs from both brain and soul in the recognition of the deeds of a pure and lofty manhood." This editorial paragraph in the col- umns conducted by "Penn." in last Saturday's. Evening Bulletin gives expression to the impression created upon all who were present at the luncheon tendered Cardinal Merrier in this city last Friday and who heard Dr. Krauskopf giving tribute to the hero-priest of Belgium. T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 October 1919

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday October 17. 1919. ' 1-6 lEDITORIALl SUPPOSE THEY DO WANT TO WASTE MONEY? A number of the Jewish weeklies have raised a violent protest because at a recent meeting of one of the Eastern Episcopal Dioceses two or three of the clergy sug- gested that out of the fund of $100000000 that is to be raised a part should be de- voted to the "Christianization and the Americanization of the Jews." "The Jews control the world and if Christianity is to convert the Jew the attempt must be made at once" said one of the ministers. There is of course a full justification for whatever outbursts the journals have made. Only the rankest kind of ignorance would prompt any one to even insinuate that the "Jews" need Americanization. After the magnificent showing that the crowded dis- tricts of New York and the other large cities made in the war both on the battlefields and in the war drives at home only fools will make remarks like that above. As far as the Jews controlling the wo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 October 1919

Friday Ootober 17 1918. THE JEWISH MONITOR SETS THE PACE 22nf!ear GAR AMD TOUCH WE HAVE THE GOODS TO DELIVER n Peters-Cooke Motor Co Lamar 3400 The Stellar Automobile Attractions At the Fair NATIONAL APPERSON KING EIGHT HOLUER 1 I NATIONAL Kg Power 3 Beauty f:-! xsy$ - .- -o . 5 BUY WHILE YOU HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY. KING EIGHT Comfort Luxurious National Automobile Co. w52 1505 Commerce St. P. L bentley Mgr. Nina. and DORRIS 606 Commerce St. APPERSON Style Performance VU: if ..a! HOLLIER Snappy Speed

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 October 1919

Ten THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday October 17 1919. The following firms announce their removal from the old F. & M. Bldg. to their new locations; ' ' fort 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. L. M. MILLER President. ELI GILBERT Secretary. Congregational. Temple Beth-El 6th and Taylor Streets. Services Friday evening at a 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. One of the most novel and enjoy- able affairs took place last Sunday when Miss Leona Cohen entertained the S. O. F. Club at her home 2212 Fairmount. After an interesting meeting which took up part of the afternoon the club members were ushered into the dining room where an umbrella was...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 October 1919

FridSy October 17 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Elevea '01: WHY THE JEWS SURVIVE Rabbi Martin Zielona El Paso Texas. Be ye comforted 0 children of Is- rael : the God of your fathers still reigns. Your prayers have been heard on high; your hearts have h.-en softened to the sufferings the sin and short-comings of your fellow- man. You have heard the voice pro- claiming "I have pardoned accord- ing to thy desires." The God of your fathers still reigns and will reign forever; he has been he is he will ever be the guardian of Israel jit sleepeth not nor slumbereth. So long as Israel assembles in such numbers on this day of days and so long as the Jewish heart throbs will the Jew survive. So long as fathers and sons mothers and daughters gath- er on this day search their inner- most thoughts and proclaim their al- legiance to the Eternal and Everlast- ing Father so long will persecution fail and intolerance bear no fruit. Su long as the heart searches its inner- most recesses and the head bows...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 October 1919

Twely THE HORRIBLE PROCLAMATION OF A ROUMANIAN COM-MANDER By Leo Wolfson During the time of the war the Roumanian High Command issued many orders and proclamations against the Jews. A part of these were secret and confidential but many were entirely open and public. I am sure that in no country in no army in the world would it be possi- ble for such a proclamation to be is- sued as the one which I shall trans- cribe here. It is unbelievable that such a thing could have occurred but I assure the reader that the pro- clamation is a fact that it was act- ually issued. By reason of it Jews suffered much anxiety and terror. The author of the proclamation is a Roumanian captain named Kitzules- cu commander-in-chief of the division of the Roumanian army in Bessara- bia and it reads as follows (textual translation). "From the Commandant of the Roumanian Army in the region of Secureanu-Tarnava in Bessarabia. No. 12 in the City of Secureanu the 16th of January 1919. To the Priests Mayors Teac...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 October 1919

Friday October 17' 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Thirteen I NEWS FROM DALLAS 1 DALLAS PROFESSIONAL and BUSINESS DIRECTORY The engagement of Miss Anne Gafonzik to Charles Goodman son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Goodman has been formally announced. Miss Garonzik is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Gar- onzik of Harrisburg Pa. The wed- ding will take place sometime during the winter. The Concordian Club will entertain with its opening dance Sunday Oc- tober 19th at the Moose Hall on Er- vay street. The opening meeting will be held Thursday. October 23rd. Mr. and Mrs. Nate Freeman chil- dren and nurse of Waco are spending the holidays with parents and grand- parents Rev. and Mrs. A. Fram. Mr. Freeman has returned home but Mrs. Freeman and children will remain a while longer. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Fox are the proud parents of a baby daughter. Rabbi Chas. Blumenthal has been elected Hebrew teacher for the Dal- las Hebrew Schools and the Dallas Jews are looking forward to a bright future for the schools unde...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 October 1919

Fourteen INTERVIEWS WITH PROMINENT ROUMANIAN DIPLOMATS Alexander Marghiloman and Take Jonescu Both Former Premiers Promiae Many Good Things For the Jews If They Should Again Come Into Power THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday October 17 1W9. By Leo Wolfson. The statements on the Jewish ques- tion in Roumania which follow were made to me by two of the most prom- inent statesmen and leaders of the opposition parties to the government. The (first statement is from Mr. Alexander Marghiloman leader of the Progressive-Conservative Party. Mr. Marghiloman was the Roumanian Premier ait the time when Germany . compelled Roumania to sign the peace of Bucharest in 1916. In the treaty there was a stipulation that the Jewa should receive equal political rights. Under the leadership of Mr. Marghilo- man the Parliament adopted a natur- alization taw which was so bad that the Jews declined to take advantage of its so-called benefits and refused to become naturalized under the same. Mr. Marghiloman invited me ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 October 1919

.ricUjr October 17 1919. how could it be brought about!" I . asked him. - "First it ia necessary" he answer- ed "that Jews shall take an active interest in the political life of the land by joining the various political parties of the country. My own par- ty is ready to receive Jews on equal basis with the same rights which all have." "Will your party put forward Jew- ish candidates at the next elections to the constitutional convention Parlia- ment?" I asked. "Certainly" he re- plied "we would be glad to do so and I am sure the other parties will do the same." "Will they be elected! Have they any chance of election at all? Do you think that there will be Jewish members in the next Parliament?" I asked further. "Positively" he answered; "I can- not imagine the next Parliament with- out Jews. In fact I believe that there will be many Jewish representatives. Then I put my last question to him: "If you came into power now what would you do about the Jewish ques- tion?" "Assuming the st...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 October 1919

Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 211 West Eleventh St. Fort Worth Texaa 'Phone Lamar 6460 DR GEORGE FOX EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS Business Manager U. M. CERF Circulation Manager THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday October 17 1919. Closer Rolled Brims That's the great difference between Hats this and last season and they look good too You'll say these beautiful silky looking Felts are the classiest you've seen. They're here from Stetson Trimble C. & K. Mallory Schoble. $4.00 up wisher Brolkers an-iu-u-m! imi-irnf Largest Hat Department in the South Main at Eighth GORDON TIRES Are Better Tires COKDS AND FABRICS 1 ry to Find a Dissatisfied Gordcn User Lamar 00 The Minute Men Tire Service Qmnl Distributors for Texas Corner 5th and 1 hrockmoi ton Opposite Chamber of Commerce JEWISH CALENDAR. 5680-1919 New Year's Eve Wed. Sept. 24 Yom Klppur Sat. Oct. 4 Succoth 'First Day) Thurs. Oct 9 Succoth (I.n8t Duy Shemlnl Atzereth) Thurs. Oct. 18 Slmchath Tornh Friday O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 24 October 1919

t The n w in I E E 5i "g Xfc " If AT r7x u fin DP. GEOPGE FOX.EDITOP Ml' IPK. GROROR FOX President I (SAM MPSHITZ. vice-IYeiddent I LOUIS MOKIUS Bec'y-Treus. t Tin1 editor In not rcnponnlMe for views i eK)irMwil by contributor!. AnonymouH Mi'ttura will receive no eoniilderatlon. I Entered In the Kort Worth Pontofflca) na Second ('limn Me II Matter by the Mm- Itor Puhllnhtna; Company. V VOL. VIII. NO. 6. FORT WORTH-DALLAS TEXAS FRIDAY OCTOBER 24 1919. Price $1.50 Per Year. FOREIGN and DOMESTIC NEWS FROM SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS HOLY LAND MAY BE PLACED UN- DER ITALIAN MANDATE AC- CORDING TO RUMOR. Copenhagen: (By I. J. P. B.) Ac cording to a rumor which has won gome credence here the Italian gov- ernment may be Riven the mandate over the holy places in Palestine and Syria by the decision of the Peace Conference. DAY OF MOURNING FOR POGROM VICTIMS IN POLAND. Warsaw: (By I. J. P. B.) The Cen- tral Zionist Organization of Poland set side the 13th of October as general day of mourning and p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 24 October 1919

Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday October 24 1919. WACO. (Delayed) Mrs. J. A. Hayman ia visiting in Dallas. The Quartette Club met at Miss Libbie Fred's home on Tuesday the 7th. After the game refreshments were served to the members. Miss Bess Freeman won the prize a silver pencil Miss Gertrude Novlch has taken up her duties as chemistry assistant at the high school. Miss Maxlne Lorch of Louisville Ky. is the charming guest of her sister Mrs. L. Aaronstein. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Freund will eelebrate their silver anniversary on October 24th and they take this means of extending a cordial invita- tion for friends to call between the hours of 8 and 11 p. m. Their daugh- ter Mrs. Herbert LoeD of Louisiana will be present for this event. Miss Mary Novich has returned from her trip east A very interesting and entertaining meeting of the Y. W. H. A. was held at the home of Miss Rosalie Lazarus. Plans were made for a big dance to be given during the Cotton Palace. Af- ter the business meeting a soc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 24 October 1919

Friday October 24 1919. OUR OWN. A Cry Across the Atlantic By Israel Zangwell. The following poem addressed to American Jewry by the master writ- er of our people Israel Zangwill was written especially for the Central Committee at the request of its man- ager Mr. Stanley Biro and at this season its eloquent appeal should serve to move every Jewish heart to come generously to the relief of those of our co-religionists abroad whose condition and misery not even the most vivid description in prose or poetry can adequately convey: Jews of the great Republic Clasped to her mother-breast Nestling so warm and peaceful Within that bosom blest Turn to our tortured Europe. Hark to the myriad moan Of pinched lips white with hunger That stiffen as they groan And remember in these wan creatures runs the blood that is your own. Their sires and yours together Bore ceaseless years of scorn; With quenchless faith in marshfiree They followed after morn. They built their houses on quicksand Or the red...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 24 October 1919

Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday October 24 1919. BUY IT AT RENFRO'S 4 Busy Rcxall Drug Stores The Baking with a Jewish Flavor and Taste HHKAD NOLLS CAKKS and VltS NEW YORK BAKERY 303 South Jennings Ave. Fort Worth Texas MAIL ORDKRS OUR SPIX'IALTY DELCO-UGHT The complete Electric Light and Power Plant Plenty of bright safe clean electric light. No more hot smoky lamps. Em mm I. M. BRATTEN & CO. Distributors 1001-5 Throckmorton Street Fort Worth . . Texas Josephs Cafe Where Every Meal Is a FEAST n Onlv 90000 Sires Offered af par The first Block of 100000 Shares will go at par. We hope to be able to advance the price when the money for tnis fca 1 1 1 I . J. II- diock nas Deen spent in our nrst iwo wens. 100 PER CENT DIVIDENDS Real Value Always Talks All (100 per cent) of the net profits from the sale of production or any other source whatever will be paid to the stockholders in the form of monthly dividends. File this statement away and watch its fulfillment. Look Think and Draw You...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 24 October 1919

THE JEWISH MONITOR Fivi rBDK313K3S3X3!23031ffi3B3DK3 v v Friday October 24 1919. ) m n m Drilling Operations Start Immediately DERRICK NOW GOING UP GOING DOWN AFTER THE LIQUID GOLD ON OUR FIVE ACKEi: LEASE ONLY 300 FEET SOUTH OF THE III RK-SENATOR GUSHER REPORTED TO BE A 3000 BARREL WELL NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY BUY BURK-NORTHERN STOCK AT PAR DON'T WAIT OR YOU MAY BE TOO LATE Since the Burk-Senator well came in an a big gusher only three hun- dred feet from the north line of our Ave acre lease in the Durfce sur-vt-y we turmd down an offer of $75000.00 for thin lease. Drilling operations have been delayed by the recent heavy rain and almoHt impassible roads but we expect to have the derrick com- pleted by the 27th and then move the machinery and go to drilling. Our ten acre lease on the Durfee School land is only a short dis- tance from the Sky-line well and the Lurk-Bet well; two good produc- ing wells. This lease is increasing in value every day and w ill soon be as valuable as our ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 24 October 1919

Six THE JEWIS.i MONITOR Initial Sermon Delivered by Rabbi Macht of Waco Dr. Wolfe Macht the newly chos- en rabbi of Temple Rodef Sholem was installed recently with the usual cer- emonials accompanying such an event. Dr. Macht succeeds Dr. Warsaw as rabbi of the local temple and has already entered upon his duties with energy that bespeaks unbounded suc- cess for his efforts. The installation address was de- livered by Dr. George Fox of Fort Worth and the usual program was particularly atrtactive. This event was the occasion for Dr. Macht's in- itial sermon. The subject of this ad- dress was "Israel and the Nation" and was discussed in a manner that brought out many points hitherto somewhat obscured. Dr. Macht made a very favorable impression at this time and received many congratula- tions. Dr. Machts Sermon. Dr. Macht's sermon is printed be- low: "To all men who live nobly come moments of great illumination. The history of great men offers many ex- amples. Prophet Jeremiah experien...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 24 October 1919

i Friday October 24 1919. EMMY DISTINN THE JEWISH MONITOR 1 Leading Artist who will appear hen Wednesday Night October 29 in "The Masked Ball." THE RABBI AND THE LOCAL MINISTERS. A. T. G. The rabbi of the small town has niany problems that do not confront nil colleagues in the larger city. Nat urally the people who live in the lar- ger communities have a wider outlook and a. broader horizon. The man who lives in a small town and who seldom if ever leaves the confines of his state cannot have the same vision or out- look of one whose mind has been en- larged and soul developed by contact with life in larger and more progres- sive communities. While of course there are excep- tions to the above this applies very often to the members of the minis- ters association of the small towns. We hear occasionally of towns in which only protestant ministers are eligible to membership In the Minis- ters' Association. Unless a man con- forms to certain theological require- ments he cannot be admit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 24 October 1919

Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday October 24 1919. i 6 IeditorialI 5 I SHALL RABBIS BE MUZZLED? Some two weeks ago Dr. Stephen S. Wise of the Free Synagogue of New York deliv- ered a sermon in which he scored in no un- certain terms Judge Gary of the United States Steel Corporation and his associates on account of their attitude towards the steel workers. Dr. Wise was especially bit- ter against the employers because of their opposition to unionization and because of their refusal to deal with the represen- tatives of the union. After the sermon Dr. Wise found that he had stirred up what at first seemed to be a hornet's nest. A large number of his own members were large employers whose ideas about labor were exactly like those of Judge Gary and his associates. The result was that seven of Dr. Wise's members re- signed. When the rabbi found this out he re- peated the sermon of the previous Sunday and asked his board of directors to vote on the question of accepting his resignation. The...

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