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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 12 December 1919

Friday, December 12, 1919 THE JEWISH MONITOR Eleven burned and destroyed. No words can describe the abject poverty which pre vails. Aged men, women and chil dren begged that I give them alma I do not exaggerate when I say that thousands accosted me and my com panions, and pulled at our coat-taails and tugged at our elbows asking and begging for a couple of groshen. Sev eral of the leading men of the town who accompanied us deplored the ter rible poverty, and merely said that they were helpless to do anything. There is a spot in the center of the town which must once have been a garden. I saw there hundreds of per sons ijtanding idle. "Do you see those people?" said a Jew, who was ac. companying us. "They are living corpses; they have no means to live, and have not the strength to die. Colomea has always had a great many poor but now we are all poor. There is no way of earning a kronen. Ev erything is unbelievably dear, and many are simply dying from sheer starvation." "Have you rece...

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 December 1919

twelv THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, December 12, 1919 COMMISSION IN HANDLING PROBLEMS OF LABOR AND IMMIGRATION IN PALESTINE. The Remedy Lies in the Gradual Adoption of a Modified Form of Self-Government. By Louis Fischer (Our Palestine Correspondent) There will be no Constitutional As sembly in Palestine. Instead the Pro. visional Committee has decided to call a meeting of elected representatives of the Jews of Palestine which is to arrange the self-government and dem ocratic representation of the Jewish Settlement. AH this has a history. It will be remembered that on several occasions the Provisional Committee determined on the convening of a Constitutional Assembly, that on each occasion rea son was found or created for post ponement, that the final postponement effected by the united opposition of the orthodox and the colonists, was tantamount to a death blow. Now, in place of an assembly which was to have written the constitution of a commonwealth, we have an assembly which will at...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 12 December 1919

Friday, December 12, 1919 permission to complete the last lap of their journey to Palestine. They who thus check the influx of life blood into the settlement become an object of hatred and distrust. While the Jewish temporary govern ment stops and hinders immigration, other elements hasten the introduction of additional human material. Expla nations as to the seriousness of such a situation are unnecessary. In ex tenuation it may be argued that the present state of unemployment docs not warrant new settlers. But men who are students of local affairs claim, first, that if it were the Commission's desire to do so, an expenditure of its funds along the proper lines would create work for new settlers; and, tpcond, that even without the Com mission's help, immigrants could find themselves employment. "Hapeol Ha zoir" of Sept. 17th reports that twen ty.six imigrants who arrived at Jaffa on August 10th had necured positions within a week. Granted that dealings on such a scale cannot solve ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 12 December 1919

Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, December 12, 1919 THEATRICAL COLUMN. Natural Vamp Is Trouble Maker in Busy Office; Boss Vamped! Constance Talmadge as titled beau ty, becomes Nellie Jones to win liveli hood despite natural bent as "A Vir tuous Vamp." How a modest girl with a captivat ing smile lured a Manhattan Insurance company into a work shop of love-lorn wretches forms the basis for the next Constance Talmadge picture which will be seen at the Palace Theatre commencing Sunday. When Nobility Becomes Commercial. "A Virtuous Vamp," is the title of this attraction, which is based on Clyde Fitch's play, "The Bachelor." John Emerson and Anita Loos, the screen's foremost satirists, are respon. sible for the adaptation and eastern critics have showered high praiqa on their effort. As Nellie Jones, Miss Talmadge takes the part of a girl who found it convenient to cast aside her aristo cratic name of Gwendolyn Diana Bea ufort Armitage, in order to gain a place in the insurance office o...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 12 December 1919

Friday, December 12, 1919 THE JEWI8H CHAUTAUQUA SOCIETY Program of the Twenty. Eighth Assembly, December 20 to 3f, U19, . Baltimore, Md. Headquarter, Hotel Belvedere, Room 803 Prday, December 26. 8:00 P. M. Bolton Street Temple. "?yer Rabbi Henry Berkowtz, Phila delphia, Pa., Chancellor, JewlBh Chautauqua Society. Reading of Service Kabul Louis Haas, 1UI I 1BIIUI K, I II. Sermon Rabbi Louis I,. Mjinn, New CTohIiir I'royer and Benediction Rabbi ChmUs Kuhensteln. Baltimore, Mr. Saturday, December 27. 10:00 A. 'M. Eutaw Place Temple. Prayer Rabbi Morris Jjizaron, Balti more, Mr. Reading of Service Ralihl Nathan Stern, New York City. Closing; Prayer and Benediction Kalibl Morris Baron, Cumberland, Md. 2:!0 P. M. Eutaw I 'lace Temple. Illustrative Lesson for Teachers In Jew ish Religion Dr. Julius (ireenatone, Philadelphia, member of Faculty of Correspondence Schnol "Sources of the Jewish Religion." Discussion (a) Children Under School Age Rabbi Kphralm Frlsch, New York City. (b Children...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 12 December 1919

Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, December 12, 1910 THE JEWISH MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. Ill Watt Eleventh 8t Fort Worth, Texat 'Phone, Lamar 6460 DR. GEORGE FOX EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS Bualneia Manager U. M. CERF Circulation Manager If That Boy Never Did Anything More Strenuous Than This ADDITIONAL FORT WORTH NEWS The Bridge Party, given at Josephs by the Council of Jewish Women, was a great success both financially and socially, one hundred and four ladies attended. Mrs. Abe Gardner, who sp gracious ly donated four aprons and a beautiful boudoir cap, which she made, helped to swell the funds. Mrs. H. Kassel won the cap and was kind enough to donate it back. It will be disposed of at our next party. PHILLIPS EGYPT 711 Houston Street COMMENCING SUNDAY SMILE And the whole world smiles with you. That's the modern idea in a big, modern comedy drama that tingles with the spice of life! SELZNICK PICTURES ELSIE JANIS IN A Regular Girl Earning $10,000 in thirty da...

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

V. DP. GEORGE "FOX.. EDITOP I LEADING JWISH JOUJWAE-.. WJllOflHE GPEATSOUTHWES. Mm E TTT Mill E I ILL lilU- 7 I IE IK iiHE It (DR. GEORGE FOX. President ) ISAM LIP8HITZ, Vice-President V ILOUIB MORRIS, Beo'y-Treas. i The editor It net responsible for rlews) eipreised by contributor. Anonymous), (letter will receive no consideration. I 11 I Entered In the Fort Worth PoatoffUet -'m Second Class Mall Matter by the Men- 'Itor Publishing Company. ( VOL. VIII. NO. 14. FORT WORTII-DALLAS, TEXAS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1919. Pric $1.60 Per Yaar. SPECIAL FORT WORTH and TEMPLE BETH EL EDITION 1 : M. S3 U .t.4Ui. W ...r..!,::::-.JEi4 &?::.:: fciSiis SSSSWsi--- ,imto-M.it jitter J&tt-KgS) iwa' : , ;!'JV ll W" Vt '' Tt'.'.'. ::a . . i'.. .WW r, I .,1,,,, j rrn- -sfPf - ; i m-sssm I ? lif : i h:pffei&ii : d ill li fei . .1 N vyi W - -i-::Ar , 'T , v ..v s-. - . a vv. - m a ,-. i -a f :;f .. ,s;v -.v.wt ; -, , A A:... . ,: .. - ' ; j 'I ; ' x : a-. :: . : ' . ' -v .1 jt&Ht&KiiM .v...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 19 December 1919

Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, December 19, 1919. THE SITUATION IN POLAND. Description by an Eye-Witness. The "Israelitisches Wochenblatt," of Zurich of October 31, contains the foL lowing description of the conditions in Poland, furnished by a man whose name is given merely in the initials "Dr. H. F.", probably on the ground that naming him would bring peril to the Jews whom he met while in Po land. He says: The most impressive picture of the sad condition of the Jews of Poland is the fact that when standing in line at the office of the distribution agen cies, there is a Jewsih and a Polish line. This is a clear evidence of the bitterness of the anti-Semitic feeling and of the impossibility for the Jews to exist under these conditions. The whole population is infected with an implacable hatred of the Jews which is fanned daily in the press. You can not compare the present situation with the former one existing under the Russian regime. In those days anti Semitism was bred by the go...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 19 December 1919

Friday, December 19, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Thrtt when they will be permitted to emi grate. No matter where, as long aa they can get out. Many are looking towards Russia, where they hope to be permitted to exist, as soon as condi tions shall have become settled. All of them would prefer Palestine but they are afraid that they will be unable to make a livelihood from the start. Any one can appreciate their desire to em igrate who has seen their inhuman treatment. The Poles) have not the slightest regard for religious or na tional sentiment. When labor is need, ed they pick the people up in the streets without regard for age or con dition. I saw how Jews were corralled In the streets on Saturday, were pack ed into an automobile and taken to the depot where they had to unload a car of hay. Still more provoking are the jokes in which the soldiers indulge. I saw a man of 80 years held up by sol diers, taken to a place where a hog was killed, and compelled to hold the hog's tail while i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 19 December 1919

Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, December 19, 1919. GALVESTON. TEMPLE SOCIETY OF CONGREGA TION HAS UNIQUE HISTORY IN 33 YEARS OF EX-ISTENCE. By Lillian E. Herz. Embracing a varied scope of liter ary and civic activity and extending over a period of thirty years or more, the Temple Society, an adjunct of Congregation B'Nai Israel, occupies a conspicuous place in tiie cultural life of Galveston. Inaugurated in the year 1886 by Leon N. Levi, for eleven years the president of the congrega tion, and carried on under Mr. Levi's supervision for four years, it subse quently reverted to Dr. Henry Cohen, who assumed the pastorate in 1888, and under whose jurisdiction it has been conducted since that time. With the exception of the year 1917-1918, due to the number of its active mem bers having enlisted in the armed branches of the United States and others engaged in war activities, it has convened annually, holding meet ings fortnightly in the building whose fiftieth anniversary will be celebr...

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

Friday, December 19, 1919. Brief History of the Jews Until the Fall of the First Temple," "The Reign of Herod and the Birth of Christian ity," "War With Rome and the Fall of Jerusalem," "The Revival of Learn ing," "Jews in Medieval France and Jews in Germany in the Middle Ages," "Return of the Jewi to Eng land" and "A Champion and a De tractor of Talmud." Program for 19H0.11. The program for 1910-11 included topics of interest, comprising "Some Famous Rabbis of Modern Times," "The Attitude of Some Christians To ward the Jews," "Resolved, That the Ethics and Style of Hebrew Poetry Is Superior to That of Greek;" "Famous Israelites in Sociology;" "The Alli ance Israelite Universale;" "Re Bplved, That Jews as a Body Should Actively Protest Against Persecution of Their People." The program for the season 19l 12 comprised a review of American literature from the earliest period un til the present day, including such ubjects as "Indian Folklore," "Effect of Colonial Life Upon Literature," ...

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

Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, December 19, 1919. THE UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS FORT WORTH BUSINESS DIRECTORY VISISTS WISCONSIN UNIVERSITY FOR JUDAISM. The Jewish Students' Association of the University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis., held a religious service, the first of itij kind ever conducted at the in stitution, on Sunday evening, Nov. 30. Rabbi Samuel Hirschberg of Mil waukee, Wis., officiated. The 150 or more students who attended the serv ice gave marked evidence of their in terest in the devotional exercises and in the sermon. This service was one of the tangible results of the recent visit to the Uni versity of Rabbi Louis I. Egelson. as sistant director of Synagog and School Extension. When he came to the university Rabbi Egelson, who has been visiting the colleges of the Mid dle West and East to organize relig ious activities among Jewish students, found hearty co-operation for his work in Louis B. Wolfenson, profes sor of Semitic and Hellenistic Litera ture a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 19 December 1919

Friday, December 19, 1919. 16; drugs, 1; fancy goods, 7i grocer ies 6; general merchants, 5; jewel ers, 2. In Jaffa: Building materials, 6; cement, 2; china and glass, 1; fancy goods, 1; flour, 1; furniture, 1; gro cers, 9; iron, 3; leather, 1; Manches ter goods, 6; orange export, 1; per fumery, 1; stationery, 3; timber, 3; commission export and import, 1; watch store, 1; children's toys, lj fac tory for metal, motor cars and en gines, 1; tiles, 1 . Lists for any particular line will be gladly furnished on application to the Publicity Department, Zionift Organi zation of America, 55 Fifth Avenue, New York City. THE JEWISH MONITOR Sevsn PALESTINE IMPORTS AND EX PORTS. The imports for the three months ending June, 1919, for three Jewish centers in Palestine, was as follows: Haifa, value in LE 4C5.148; Jaffa, LE 314,667; Jerusalem, LE 270;916. Hai fa is the greatest importing center, after which comes Jaffa, Jerusalem, Gaza, Tulkeram, Khan Yunis. Bee: Sheba, Ludd, Acre, whose imports w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 19 December 1919

Eight '.' "TOSS THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, December 19, 1919. FOREIGN and DOMESTIC NEWS FROM SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS mm AMERICAN CONSUL GENERAL TO INVESTIGATE CON. DITIONS IN ODESSA New York. Announcement of the intention of the State Department of the United States to investigate thor oughly reports of massacres of Jews in Poland and Ukrania and other parts of Russia was made by Secretary of State Robert Lansing in a telegram to Col. Harry Cutler, chairman of the Jewish Welfare Board. Col. Cutler presided at the meeting held in this city on Monday to protest against the massacres of Jews in Ukrania and has been in conference with the State De partment on several occasions regard ing pogroms in Russia. Secretary Lansing announced that an American Consul General, Mr. Evans Young, is shortly to leave for Odessa to investi gate general conditions. Mr. Lansing also states that the State Department will assist any relief organization de siring to aid people in these regions. Secretary Lan...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 19 December 1919

Friday, December 19, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR POLES PROTEST TO GOVERN MENT AGAINST APPOINT MENT OF JEWISH JUDGE Warsaw (By I. J. P. B.) The ap pointment of the assimilationiBt Jew, Adolph Cohen, as chief justice of the Lodz District Court, has aroused a (jtorm of protest against the Polish government on the part of the local Justices, court clerks and lawyers who do not care to serve under a Jew. A deputation was sent to Cohen asking that he resign, but he refused. A pe tition to the government that the ap pointment be revoked met with no more success. The government de clined to remove the judge from his office. HOTEL FOR VISITORS TO SOL DIER DEAD OPENS. The first hotel for visitors to the American war cemeteries in France, designed to accommodate the fathers and mothers who will cross the Atlan tic to visit the graves of their sons, has just been opened by the American army and the Red Croiji at Romagne, France. Here is the largest of the American military cemeteries, con taining ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 19 December 1919

Ten THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, December 19, 1919. THE JEWISH LONGING TO ESCAPE FROM THE 4 LANDS OF BONDAGE Quest of Freedom May Become Great est Racial Movement World Has Witnessed. In a remarkably well-informed study of Jewish condition in Poland, Galicia, Rumania and the Ukraine, the writer of the ."In Foreign Lands" col umn in The Philadelphia Evening Bul letin, portrays what he calls "the Jewish Quest of Racial Freedom," or in other words the urge to emigrate. The United States and Palestine are the two great objectives of this im pending migration which, in the opin ion of the writer, "may become one of the greatest racial movements the world has witnessed." The number of Jews in Poland, he says, if) estimated at about three mil lion, or equal to the number resident in the United States. For the most part settlers in the cities, they form compact groups closely united by re. ligious and racial associations, and one of their complaints has been that in the redistricting of Polan...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 19 December 1919

Friday, December 19, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR tfeven the conditions in whichsoever are just clean and wholesome can flourish and abound. "A League of Nations must be no mere theory of statesmen. It is to be the people's pact. We are answerable ' before God and man that it live and grow, and the people are worthy to be its. artificers. "The nation builded upon entirely ethical conceptions realizes its debt to the world as well as its privileges to the world. It sees, itself in the lighf of an opportunity for a worldwide ser vice, and it sees the world, not as a treasure to be exploited, but as a race of men to be advanced. All the price less things of national life have their final justifications in enriching the whole life of man. "Now this combined caution and daring belong to the very nature of religion. The principle of international brotherhood is to fulfill the law of the nations and this is vital to religion. "A man does not have to be false to his own religion to .j?e the goo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 19 December 1919

Twelva THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, December 19, 1919. THE VELVET HAMMER. By Arthur Brooks Baker. Rabbi Emanuel Sternheim. Some people do not use at all their so-called intellect. The effort it re quires, they say, is too much to expect. They freely answer yes and no, asi first class puppets do; they get com plete and ready made opinion, thought and view, but very carefully protect from every stress and strain the organ which is technically designated brain. Some other people take the mind for daily exercise, but trot it on a sin gle track because they deem it wise. They think that they are specialists, a certain persons may who get a little subject down and pummel it all day, but when at last the safe is locked and shades are drawn at night, their brain is not irradiant with extra special light But here's a solid citizen who sees some weight and worth in everything beneath the sun or on the famous; earth. He thinks and talks of politics, of cabbages and kings, of public health and pr...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 19 December 1919

Friday, December 19, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Thlrteu t WICHITA FALLS. Miss Carrie Obendorfer of Colorado Springs, who has been the charming guest of Mrs. Leon Loeb, left Wednes day for Joplin, Mo. Micp Ella Ettleson returned to her home in Waco, after spending several months with her sister, Mrs. Abe Mar cus. Miss Eva Blank is viqiting in Fort Worth. Mrs. Leon Loeb entertained quite a number of friends, honoring her guest, Miss Obendorfer of Colorado Springs. The Council of Jewish Women gave a box supper and dance last week. It proved to be a great success, both so cially and financially. Mrs. Char Greenburg has returned from a six week's visit to Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. I. Lazarus of Chicago are in the city. They are located at the Westland hotel Mr. and Mrs. P. Kleinman and Hy man Kleinman have returned from Dallas where they attended the fun eral of Rabbi Kleinman. The friends of Mrs. Leo Markowitz are delighted to see her out again af ter an illness of several weeks. Mr. Char...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 19 December 1919

Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, December 19, 1919. ISRAEL'S FRIENDS AND ISRAEL'S WILL. (Address Delivered by Dr. Stephen S. WUf3 at the Mass Meeting of the Chicago Zionist Convention.) "Israel, the people of Israel have been practiced for two thousand years and more, in the art of forgiving our enemies. The great Christian virtue, as it is called, is a virtue which we Jews have honored and ennobled our selves by monopolizing, but if we for get our enemies, we never, never for get our friends. "In the old days, under the old or der, in a world of injustice and op pression and unrighteousness and the denial of liberty, Israel was sur rounded by a world of enemies; but a new day has come, a new order is about to dawn a new world to live in, and in the new world Israel is to know only friends, because the new order is to be an order of justice and freedom. "I say that we do not forget our friends, friends within and friends without Israel. We have friend We have not sought these fri...

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