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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 December 1919

Friday, December 5, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Sevan they compel Christians to listen and Jews to weep. ooo In New York, a Jewish worker must be a tailor or a cloakmaker in order to have it known when he is striking. Once the cloakmakers de clare a strike, they immediately re ceive publicity in the Jewish and non Jewish papers. Prominent men step in and take a hand in adjusting matters. The strikers are assisted and means are sought of effecting a settlement. At present in New York, Jewish workers in at least wur trades are striking; the capmakers, cigar mak ers, piano workers and druggists, yet everything is quiet. No one talks of these strikes and the public is not even aware that they are going on. The cigar makers have been on strike Jewish homes the suffering is very Jewish homes th esuffering is very great on account of this utrike. If it were not for the help of other Jewish unions, it is a great question whether the cigar makers would be able to hold out for so long. In mentio...

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. — 5 December 1919

Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, December 5, 1919. editorial! I "OUR ILLS." Our last week's issue carried an article on the question of "Our Ills," in which a return to the policy of immigration was ad vocated. We spoke however, of immigra tion "on probation." We have received a number of favorable comments on the editorial, but one contributor, asks that we explain what we meant by immigration "on probation." We are glad to do so. We do not know that the idea is original with us, and we are sure that some kind of "immigration proba tion" has been discussed recently. But the plan that we think best is about as follows: In the first place, immigrants must be vouched for as to character by friends or relatives here, whose records are absolutely spotless. We prefer this plan to that of the immigrant's having to have a passport from his native land, because of the great diffi culty in procuring such especially by Jews and because of the bribery, which enables any one but a Jew, to get a...

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. — 5 December 1919

Friday. December 6, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR NfaM V NATIONAL FEDERATION of TEMPLE SISTERHOODS The Junior Sisterhood of Atlanta, Ga., composed of girls from the Con firmation Class and those of older age, if fulfilling all the purposes of its organiztion, in January, 1919, as an auxiliary to the Temple Sister hood. Not only are the members of Junior society acquiring an interest in things Jewish, but tre relieving their seniors from the lesser duties for greater efforts in behalf of the Temple Sisterhood. Of the Junior organization, Mrs. Henry Bauer, president of the Temple Sisterhood reports as follows): "One committee of its members assisted in giving entertainments at the various charitable institutions; another held a story telling hour at the Hebrew Or phans' Home. Each month the mem bers acted as waitresses for the af ternoon teas given by the Temple Sis terhood at its monthly meetings. A library committee took especial inter est in the library of the religious school, and this...

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. — 5 December 1919

THE JEWISH MONITOR THE POGROMS IN ROUMANIA They Occurred About a Year Ago But Hitherto Nothing Was Known About Them in America. By Leo Wolfson. At the same time when the pogrom in Bukharest took place, pogroms oc curred in several other Roumanian ci ties, and that is the best proof that the pogroms were organized if not by the government directly, then with its knowledge and sanction. It seems to have been agreed upon that as soon as the German armies would with draw, the Jewish quarters should be attached. The pretext waq to be that the Roumanian masses wanted to re venge themselves upon the Jews for their alleged aid and support of the enemy while occupying Roumania. In the city of Braila there occur red a pogrom which lasted two dayB. At noon, October 29, bands of ruffians into Jewish homes, smashed doors and into Jewis hhomes, smashed doors and windows and beat murderously men, women and children. Jewish homes and stores were plundered and rob bed, the damage amounting to 1,222,...

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. — 5 December 1919

Friday, December 5, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Eleven NEAR END OF UNITED DRIVE. Campaign for Jewish Institutions Will Close Tuesday Morning. With nearly $7,956,798 of their quo ta already in hand, the officials of the $10,000,000 United Building Fund Campaign of Federated Jewish Insti tutions announced yesterday that the drive will officially close on Tuesday morning when a breakfast meeting of Chairmen of industrial teams will be held at the Hotel Biltmore. The sub. scriptions represent 7,475 individual donors, making an average of $1,000 for each subscription. "Success in the drive if) in sight," said Dr. I. Edwin Goldwasser, Execu tive Director of the Federatitn for Support of Jewish Philanthropic So cieties of New York. "About $8,000, 000 of the minimum of $10,000,000 necessary to restore and make ade qoate the Jewish philanthropic institu tions of New York is already seiured. Our thirty-three building projects make up a large program the largest the Jews have ever undertaken, but...

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. — 5 December 1919

Twelv THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, December 6, 1919. ZIONISTS PRESENTED GIFT TO PRINCE OF WALES. H. R. H. The Prince of Wales re ceived on board the Renown at 10 o'clock Saturday morning a deputa tion consisted of Judge Julian W. Mack, president; Dr. Stephen S. Wise, vice president; Mr. Jacob de Haa executive secretary, and Alex ander Sachs, assistant executive sec retary of the organization. The deputation presented to H. R. H. The Prince of Wales a silver men orah studded with garnets in appreci ation of the official declaration by the British government on November 2nd, 1917, in favor of the establishment in Palestine of a National Home for the Jewish people. The Menorah which the Zionists presented is particularly ap propriate. It is one of the firsft pieces of work turned out by the . Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts in Jerusa lem after its liberation by General Allenby two years ago, during the Chanuka festival. In presenting this gift, Judge Mack said: "Your Royal Highness: We...

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. — 5 December 1919

Friday, December B, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR ThirtMa THE HISTADRUTH IVRITH. (Continued on Page 13). immediate steps to co-operate with the Histadruth in carrrying out its plans in the future. The members of the Hebrew Society, "Hatchiyah," gave a reception in hon or of Mr. Reuben Brainin, who pointed out to them the dangers of a Judaism, particularly in its bearing future Jew- ii)h life in America, and appealed to them to enter upon intensive campaign to stimulute a larger interest in every thing that pertains to the Hebrew lan. guagc and its literature. In New Haven there has been form ed a number of Hebrew study circles for adults and the local Hebrew so ciety, "Hatchiyah' is planning to utilize the Chanua week for Hebrew propaganda work among the Jews of New Haven. FORT WORTH BUSINESS DIRECTORY SUBSCRIPTION BLANK Ilrufiatj iHnnttar 211 W. 11th Street FORT WORTH, TEXAS Enclosed find check for $1.50 for one year's subscription. Or $2.50 for one year's subscription and book, "Judais...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 December 1919

Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, December 5, 1919. THE JEWISH BANK OF PALESTINE. The Anglo-Palestine Company, or as it is called in Palestine, the Jewish Bank, is displaying great activity. In spite of all the difficulties under whic hthe bank labored in the days of the Turkish rulers who finally de creed its liquidation, the confidence of the population in the bank has re. mained unshaken. Since the conquest of the land by the British, the head bank in Jaffa and its branches else where in Palestine resumed their ac tivities. The Anglo-Palestine bank was founded by the Zionist Organiza tion for the development of the future Jewish Homeland, The large business houses as well as numerous small traders were at once able to resume their commercial relations) with Egypt, and for this purpose the bank accorded them a large credit.. In this way the Jaffa and Jerusalem market have been supplied with many Egyptian goods, according to a bulletin issued by ihe U. S. Bu reau of Public Inform...

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. — 5 December 1919

Friday, December 5, 191S. MAJ. EVELYN DE ROTHSCHILD'S BODY FINDS LAST RESTING PLACE IN PALESTINE. THE JEWISH MONITOR Remains of Proud Jew Who Made the Supreme Sacrifice for Liberation of Jewish Land Laid Away on mond Rothschild. The Colony Founded by Baron Ed bond Rothschild. The earthly remains of Major Evelyn de Rothschild are now at rest in the Land of Israel, for whose lib eration he made the supreme sacrifice. He, and his cousin, Capt. Neal Prim rose, fell in the Gaza-Beer Sheba bat tle which marked the beginning of the final stage of the British conquest of Palestine. In deference to the wishes of the family, the body of this proud young Jewish hero has been interred in a shady spot on a hill overlooking Rishon-le-Zion, the eoionly founded by Baron Edmond de Rothschild. Major Evelyn de Rothschild and his cousin, who were volunteers, both re quested, as soon as the British Army Office announced the plan to organize a Jewish regiment to participate in the Palestine campaign that...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 December 1919

Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, December 6, 1019. CHESTER R. BUNKER & COMPANY CERTIFIED INNESTMENTS 814 Throckmorton Street Fort Worth, Texas CERTIFIED INVESTMENTS AND WHAT IS BACK OF THEM A certified investment is one offered to the public by Chester R. Bunker and Company as a money-making opportunity. We certify an investment only after we have investigated the proposition, the properties, the men controlling and managing them and their policies and recommend it for qafety, profit and permanecy. The certification of an investment is made by Chester R. Bunker and Company of Fort Worth. Chester R. Bunker and Company is an organization of financial responsibility, composed of men who have spent years in the investment field in Oklaho ma, Nevada, Wyoming, California and Texas and are thoroughly familiar with the Texas oil fields and the great industrial oppor tunities surrounding them. The study of investment!) is made with great care and by experts. My first financial training...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 12 December 1919

The DP. GEOPGE FOX..EDITOP n m I EC Wl -- -t' leading JmsH JoummyliEGPDrrSovTHWES. I 4 (DR. 48AM OEOROK FOX, President ) LIPSHITZ, Vice-President 1 OUIS MORRIS, Sec'y-Trens. I The editor ti not responsible for views) -expressed by contributors. Anonymous 'letters will receive no consideration. I I Entered In the rori wuuii hoeioffloe u Hrrond ('Inn Mall Matter by the Men- Mtor Publishing Company. VOL. VIII. NO. 13. FORT WORTH-DALLAS, TEXAS FRIDAY. DECEMBER 12, 1919. Price 11.50 Per Yeer. & EDITORIAL OUR WEAKNESS. We have been interested in the last few weeks, in watching a number of "drives" that various churches have been carrying on. The one in which we were par ticularly interested was the larg est of . these, the $75,000,000 drive of the Southern Baptist church. This money was to be raised in the South only, and the organization that was to raise it was composed largely of South ern men. They went to work, and the latest report is that the quota was oversubscribed, by at lea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 12 December 1919

Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, December 12, 1919 Ifort worth newsI NOTICE. Regular meeting of Isidor Strain Lodge No. 619, I. 0. B. B., first and third Tuesdays of each month at 8 '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 0 o'clock, Saturday morning, 11 o'clock, Sunday morning, 11:16. Sab bath 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. Fort Worth Social Notes. The Temple Beth-El Auxiliary held a very interesting meeting last Tues day afternoon in the Temple. Reports of the various committees were read and plans formulated for a Chanukah entertainment for the children of the Sabbath School. Several new mem bers were nrolled. The committee in charge of the Fort Worth Booster edi tion of the Monitor that is...

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

Friday, December 12, 1919 THE JEWISH MONITOR AUSTIN. The many friends of Mr. Joe Koen will be glad to hear he is able to be about again, although on crutches, af ter being confined for the past two months at his home owing to a very severely sprained ankle. The Council of Jewish Women gave a cabaret and dance at the ElkV hall last month, which was a financial as well as social success. Miss Zerlina Levy of Waco was the guest of Miss Minna Rypinski for Thanksgiving. Dr. Henry Barnstein of Houston de livered a very interesting addre. to the Menorah, Sunday afternoon, No. vember 23rd. Lt David Carb was a visitor in this city and gave interesting addresses to the Y. M. C. A., and the Rotary Club. While here he was the guest of his mother, Mrs. I. Carb, and his sister, Mrs. A. Guggenheim. Miss Delia Koen has returned home after voting for the past four months In New York City. Miss Hermine Heidcnheimer has left for New Orleans. The many friends of Mrs. Jacob Stern will be glad to hear sh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 12 December 1919

Pour THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, December 12, 1919 f I NEWS FROM DALLAS PRINCIPAL CHAS. BLUMENTHAL of Dallas. The many friends of Charles Blu menthal, who recently resigned his po sition in Fort Worth, to go to Dallas, will be glad to know tliat he has met with pre-eminent success in his; pro ject with a new institute in Dallas. He has just been elected principle of the Dallas Hebrew School for four years, receiving $3,000.00 the first year and $3,600.00 subsequently. There are now 125 pupils in school and new scholars are constantly being added. It is ru mored that a new building is to be erected soon. It will be uspd as a He brew Institute. Those who know the work of Rabbi Blumenthal in Fort Worth, and the Hebrew Institute for which he is largely responsible, will have no doubt of his ultimate success in Dallas. Principle Blumenthal has already established a reputation as one of the best Hebrew teachers in the country. Miss Pauline Fram has returned from a delightful visit in Houst...

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 December 1919

Friday, December 12, 1919 THE JEWISH MONITOR Fivt Dallas Professional AND Business Director JEWS BEING DRIVEN OUT OF PUBLIC OFFICE IN THE ' UKRAINE. ANTI-SEMITISM SPREADING THROUGHOUT COUNTRY. Phone Y 1294 SQUARE AUTO SUPPLY CO., TIRES, TUBE8 AND ACCESSORIES 613 Commerce Street Mandel Harrla DALLAS Phones: Manuay M. 907; M. 6712 Automatic Y. 1272 J. ELMER TURNER Real Estate, Loans and Rentals 1021 Commerce St. DALLAS H. A. Fisher W. W. Fisher Deal With FISHER & FISHER Real Estate Investments 115 Field, Cor. Commerce DALLAS 'Twelve Years' Fair Dealing." Warsaw: (By I. J. P. B.) "Kievlian in, the anti-Semitic paper published in Kiev in printing demands that all Jews who hold public office shall re sign, and the activities in that con nection, the papers says, have already brought enough misfortune. It is clear ly implied that if the Jews do not follow thhj advice, matters will be come worse. ESTABLISHED 1874. Murphy-Bolanz Land & Loan Co. Real Eatate, Loana and Inaurance. 1004...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 12 December 1919

8ix THE JEWISJ MONITOR Friday, December 12, 1019 WACO. Mr. and Mrsj. Samuel J. Davidson announce the engagement of their daughter, Hazel Mildred, to Mr. Wal ter Goodlove of St. Louis, Mo., the marriage to occur in the early spring. Miss Libbie Fred honored her guest, Miss Evelyn Goldberg of Chicago, with a beautiful one o'clock luncheon in the gold room of the Raleigh. Pink and green were chosen colors featur charming miniature candelabra with pink chrysanthemums and ferns as the centerpiece. Plate favors were charming miniature candelbra with tiny pink and green candles. Silver candlesticks with pink tapers shed a soft light over the attractively ap pointed table. A handsome gift for the honor guest was a beautiful ostrich fan. The guests for the occasion were Misses Bess Freeman, Naomi Katz, Edith Adelman, Janet Marks, Blooma Kaplan, Sadie and Bertha Berkman, Jennie Novich, Evelyn Goldberg, Lib bie Fred, Mesdames Maurice Eisen berg and Harry Wood. Miss Bess Freeman and Mrs. Maur i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 12 December 1919

Friday, December 12, 1919 THE JEWISH MONITOR Sevan what the other fellow makes than to make the article yourself; hence the ludicrous spectacle of five men break ing their necks for the chance to sell what two men make. Nearly every body is busy trying to convince the other fellow that it is his (the other fellow's) business to produce. As soon as a man And.) himself with a few dollars to his credit he becomes a potential "business man;" ergo, one laborer less and one labor hunter more. It is easy to see how the war with its pseudo prosperity brought this state of affairs to a climax; and how the cry of "labor shortage" iri merely the veil of the uppercruster for what he regards as his rightful share of scarolding to stand upon "in the un." Then what is to become of us when the supply of "furriners" runs out? Or when they get wise and insist on being really, truly Americans, busi ness men, that is to say? We'll have to hump ourselves and do some of our work, won't we ? Why not do it...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 12 December 1919

Eifht WEEKLY LETTER FROM NEW YORK (Special Correspondence from Inter national Jewish ress Bureau, Inc.) Two Conventions Jewish Farmers in America Jewish Farmers and the Future Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations Tragic Death of a Jewish Editor. Two Jewish conventions! were held simultaneously in New York during the past week the Eleventh Annual Convention of the Federation of Jew ish Farmers and the Ninth Annual Convention of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. A general air of depression seemed to be the keynote of the farmers' con vention, and this pessimistic attitude was to be seen in the faces of all the delegates) during the two days thru which the convention lasted, the few score of delegates who were present felt that they did not have the "peo ple" back of them, on whose strength they could rely to carry thru the reso lutions which they would adopt. That the Jewish farmers do not understand or appreciate the power that lies in unity was evident the far...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 12 December 1919

Friday, December 12, 1919 THE JEWISH MONITOR Harmony Club Concert ij Course ALL STAR SERIES AMELIA GALLI-CURCI Coloratura Soprano JANUARY 13, 1920 RUDOLPH GANZ, Eminent Swiss Pianist CAROLINA LAZZAR1, Contralto Metropolitan Opera Joint Recital FEBRUARY 7, 1920 FRANCES ALDA, Sopranno Metropolitan Opera CHARLES HACK KIT, Tenor Metropolitan Opera Joint Recital APRIL 26, 1920 Season Tickets for Course, Single Admission $5.00, $4.00 and $3.00, According to Location Tickets on sale beginning Nov. 15, at Field Lippman Piano Store EXTRA ATTRACTION DECEMBER 24. 1919. MATINEE AND NIGHT Sousaand His World Famous Band POPULAR PRICES Fort Worth's Fastest Growing Department Store. Outfitters to Every Member of the Family Gift Suggestions for the Coming Holiday Our store is Brimful of Useful Gifts and will b ea pleasure to shop at Gilbert's. Come in and see how we have arranged this beautiful collection of gifts so that shopping will be so easily done here. Do not wait until the last minutes. Come...

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

THE JEWISH MONITOR ROUMANIA CAN BE HUMANE TO JEWS. The Jews in Colomea and Other Cities Very Well Treated, but They Do Not Lack for Troubles. By Leo Wolfson. In a newspaper appearing in Yassi, I read a statement by a member of the Jewish National Council of Pocutzia, which was full of prafcfj and gratitude toward the Roumanian government, and its military commander for that region. The fact that there were Jews who expressed their thanks to Roumanian interested me keenly, and so I decided to find out the facts and circumstances. Upon investigation I found that Pocutzia is a province of Eastern Ga licia, and Colomea is the capital city; that for several months Roumania had occupied the region, and that it was being administered by Roumanian military officials. In Roumania prop er little fc known of the entire mat ter, aside from the fact that there appear from time to time in the press notices containing expressions of thanks on the part of Jews and oth. ers, toward the government fo...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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