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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 19 December 1919
Friday December 19 1919. .THE JEWISH MONITOR SOME OF THE JEWISH MONITOR STAFF Five r ! MATTHEW FOX Advertising De-Department i 0 v MISS ROSE RIESENBERG WichiU Falls Texas. x K'v ! (' 1 i . f I 1 i A f 1 - ' y I i " ' cV: (cvA J : 1 s7 MRS. GEORGE FOX MRS. II. II. MILLER ' '. URIAH CERF Manager Circulation " . ' Department L. : I X k 7 ! F 5 1 ! MRS. MORRIS SANDBERGER Texarkana LOUIS MORRIS Business Manager ' MISS SADYE BERKMAN Waco Texat jr. ; I i - MISS PAULINE FRAM ''... Dallas Texas ! ) i r MISS CORNELIA NEWMAN Marshall Texat
Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 19 December 1919
Six nsv.-iu THE JEWISH MONITOR ..Friday December 19 1213. 4 is COMMENCING SUNDAY 2 P. M. OLIVE THOMAS IN OUT YONDER ' - 1 ' . v ' ': . .... : 1A Built around a Novel Theme with a Plot that Moves Quickly from One Thrilling Situation to Another It is the Boldest and Most Daring of All Miss Thomas' Pictures. fitL5.1mtlHM ' S: D. Chestnut r Comer Sixth and Commerce Streeta " ' McFarlin Cars Cole Aero 8 Stearns Knight Lamar 1505 Lamar 3050 Cook With Gas Mean s Never Late for Schooh No Late Breakfast No Rush No Hurry Fort W Ask Us About It! orth Gas Co mpan? i n ri r-w rrvr rrw rrarraimiNnisi
Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 19 December 1919
Friday; December 191919. THE JEWISH MONITOR 1214 Houston Street Phone Lamar 258 MARTIN SEA FOOD CO. FORT WORTH TEXAS Wholesale and Retail Dealers in FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS -if-. 5J ah t r I r ... .. A. P. Mitchell Auto Co. Fifth and Commerce Streets Cadillac Chandler Cleveland THE HOUSE OF SERVICE Lamar 1429 Lamar 5644 COMPLIMENTS Joe Greenberg KOSHEN DELICATESSEN "GOOD THINGS TO EXT' US East Tenth St. Phone Lamar 4828 Seren
Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 19 December 1919
Sight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday Decomber 19 1919. 2jV I Ct 'EDITORIAL 1 i" THE SEASON OF THE YEAR. All is bustle and turmoil. The streets and shops are crowded and the spirit of gayety festivi- ty and kindliness is abroad. The annual Christmas season is upon us and here in the South at least a new air .pervades. The Christmas spirit is" one of the finest contributions of Christian ity and only those who want to be blind can deny its worth. However we do not forget if we know anything about Jewish life that our beautiful festival of Chanukah also comes at this season of the year and that it is historically also a feast of a gift- giving character. As a matter of fact Chanukah and Christmas both probably had their origin in an earlier winter festival which was no doubt common to all . the peoples of ancient time. So far as Christianity is concern- ed the Santa Claus idea is a def . inite proof. Chanukah has a stronger historical basis. The cleansing of the defiled altar by the heroic ...
Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 19 December 1919
Friday December 19 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR King's Chocolates for American Queens PECANS WALNUTS and BRAZIL NUTS generously covered with CREAM and a THICK COATING of RICH .DARK CHOCOLATE. KING'S NUT TRIO As tempting an assortment of FINE CHOCOLATES as nut-lovers will ever find NUT TRIO is but ONE of many delightful KING assort- ments. For sale by all dealers in worth while products. Compliments of Lubin's THE PROGRESSIVE MEN'S STORE JOE SCHWARTZ The Popular Tailor THE RIGHT WAY IS THE ONLY WAY AND THE ONLY WAY IS THE RIGHT WAY THE QUARELS WAY IS BOTH Quarles Quality Lumber is right lumber and the best way to be sure of right lumber is to get it from Quarles BUILD A HOME John E. Quarles Company QUALITY LUMBER 90 South Jennings phone L. 874-334 When Better Automobiles Are Built Buick Will Build Them Bailey-Womack Motor Co. Buick Automobiles and Accessories 501 Throckmorton St. Lamar 808-2525 Fort Worth Texas Wm. Cameron & Co. Inc. ALL KINDS OF HIGH GRADE BUILDING MATERIAL Four Lum...
Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 19 December 1919
sTn"; T H'Er J' E W IS H 1 M 6 N t T O'R Friday December 19 1919. WHILE MARKING TIME MANY I ITHINGS CAN BE DONE FOR - JEWISH PALESTINE. 1 Program - of Preliminary Practical . Work Can Be Undertaken Pending i! Peace Conference ' Ratification of .n Agreement by the Five Powera Recent ; Statement by Feisul Due to :'.t; t'". Misunderstanding. Arabian Crown Prince Misinformed by sii Interview Concerning Immediate ' '-iUiV--'.. Zionist Policy. (Special Paris Correspondence Ameri- n. can Zionist Publicity Depart- .So many months have passed since the question of Palestine was last un- der the consideration of the Peace Conference and in the interval so many surmises and rumors have got about that a statement of the exact situation of the Palestine question to. day. may well serve a useful purpose. The Five Great Powers have agreed that Palestine shall be set aside for the experiment of the recreation of the. Jewish nation that is to say of a Ration in the full sense of a people rooted to i...
Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 19 December 1919
Friday December 19 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Eleven GALLEY FIFTEEN SPECIAL ). Young women interested in such work are advised to get in touch with . the Committee on Nursing of their local Bed Cross Chapter or to write Miss Lyda W.' Anderson Director of Nursing .. Southwestern Division American Red Cross St. Louis Mo. A COMMERCIAL COLLEGE . Education in Palestine has hitherto been mainly of an academic character and has failed to give due considera- tion to the necessities of the country. Hence the Jaffa Commercial Associa- tion recently convened a special meet- ing for the purpose of improving this -unsatisfactory state of attain so that when an official is wanted lor some bank or an office he might be found in the country instead of being import- ed from abroad. Many local merchants ona are Incapable of continuing their fathers "work as they have had no commercial training. Some are attend- ing the Missionaries' schools which are better adapted to the needs of the population. With ...
Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 19 December 1919
Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday December 19 1919. . I PORT WORTH' NEWSl : notice. - Regular meeting of Isidor Straui Ledge No. 519 I. 0. B. B. first and third Tueadaya 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 Streeta. Services Friday evening at I o'clock Selturday morning 11 e'cUck 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. Ladies' Auxiliary to Temple Beth-El. - About seven years ago a Ladies' Auxiliary to the Temple was) organized by Dr. George Fox with Mrs. H. Brahn as the first president. She in turn was succeeded by Mrs. A. B. Wolffson who was followed by Mrs. U. M. Si- mon. Two years ago Mrs. I. S. Brin was elected to the presidency which office she holds' today. - The activities of the A...
Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 19 December 1919
Friday December 19 1019. THE JEWISH MONITOR Thirteen ' lighted Christmas tree but in the wonderfully beautiful thought that on that Day the. greatest Day of the year and of the centuries Jesus Christ came to this earth to save mankind spilling his rich blood that you and I might be saved. As I listened to her my thoughts raced to my fellow Jewt Jesus might have died for a laudable cause but God! how we have suffered through .his death. He is called "The Prince of Peace" but through him we have be- come "The Wandering Jew." A NEW FIRM. Henry Sanders a well known piano and Victrol'a dealer has formed a part- nership with L. Boiling under the firm name of Sanders-Boiling Piano Co. and have opened for business at 46 Jennings avenue. They are mak- ing a specialty of the Bauer Piano one of the oldest of the standard makes of instruments. Mr. Sanders assures us that the Bauer piano isj one of the very best makes on the market and of that you will be convinced if you put one in your home. T...
Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 19 December 1919
Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR ' Friday December 19 1019. I NEWS FROM DALLAS I Mrs. Emil Stern has returned from New York City where she has been on an extended trip to visit her daugh- ter Ruth who is attending Columbia TfnfvavaHw Mm Of awtc fa at Vaima at w ui t v otiii tui a hj u ao a v uvuis a v the Oriental HoteL iMr. and Mrs. Leo Levi left Thurs- day for New York to spend several weeks. iMr. and Mrs. Ray Goldstein of New York are the guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Goldstein who Celebrated their fortieth wedding an- niversary on Sunday evening at their home 2409 North Pearl street. "Mr. and Mrs. Marian Levy have gone to Mineral Wells for a short ty. " .On Saturday evening Edward Titche entertained with a box party at the Majestic Theatre honoring the debu- tantes and visitors of the Columbian Club set After the theatre dinner wasj served to the guests at the Columbian U4UU (Mrs. Gus Roos gave a box party at the Old Mill Wednesday afternoon to see "Male and Female" in h...
Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 19 December 1919
4- 2 Friday December 19 1919. . aoiiNOH nsi&ar am Fort Worth Vegetable & Produce Company D. LEVA Lamar 1449 ' I ' - fc BOOTH BROS. Candies t E. L. WHITE & CO. office OUTFITTERS FORT WORTH TEXAS H. F. CERP 1250000 MEMBER BIO TREE CLUB 1919-20 GENERAL AGENT Tha Pacific Mutual Ufa Inauranca Company of California 114 Fort Worth Club Building . Fort Worth Taxaa ACCOUNTING AND AUDITING INCOME TAX STATEMENTS PREPARED SYSTEMS INSTALLED If your business does not justify employing a regular book- keeper can be of service to you. Making aapeclalty of keep- ing small sets of books and can furnish satisfactory service and help. M. A. LEHMAN 304 Main Street Phone Lamar 6547 Six More Days Till Xmas Do Your Shopping Early XMAS STORE FOR WOMEN SHOP TODAY COATS DRY GOODS DRESSES SHIRTWAISTS SHOES LINGERIE MUMNERY HATS NOVELTIES The Model 304306 Main 1 i - - I i ANNOUNCEMENT Adams Cafe Changes Hands Adams Cafe 605 Main Street has been purch- ased by Mr. Victor Paris and Mr. John Gakais the...
Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 19 December 1919
HOIINOH HSIMSf 3HX Friday December 19 1919 GABERT AUTO WORKS FOR EVERYTHING We Wish all the Subscribers of the Jewish Monitor a "Merry Christmas" and a "Happy New Year." Worth Cigar Store 10th and Main Levy Bros. Curran Laundry Co. Compliments Ed Levy 212 Houston Street Christmas Bicycles for your boy or girl. We have the best. Let us sell you one J. A. Massie Supply Co. Ill East 10th Tenth Street Phone Lamar 55 The Fort Worth Elevator Company Fort Worth Texas High-grade Grain and Grain Products Public Storage and Elevators Offices and Elevators 1510 East First Street
Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 19 December 1919
FAST AB OUT grtjwv US 7? ... i i . - FORT WORTH ll f .-M. YS X CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BUILDING - n - TiT V':"" - 'yrrrr - v'u- ' ) ' .v ( t LOBBY SCENE AT WESTBROOK HOTEL K 1 u 1 u 1 'J LI 1? - r I ' ' J 1 Just two years after the dis- covery of oil in Texas Fort Worth made out a balance sheet and for the first time her citizens are able to get an adequate idea of what the oil fields have meant to themselves. In making this statement it is not intended to indicate that the waive of prosperity has passed or even reached its flood. As a matter of fact the beginning of the present month saw more de- velopment activities underway than ever before. Results secur- ed throughout the entire North Central Texas fields in the month of November are probably more satisfactory than those of any preceeding month. On December first there were 1014 rigs and 2542 drilling wells in the field. This was an increase of 81 rigs and 284 drilling wefls in one month. During the month of No- vember there were 3...
Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 19 December 1919
Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday December 19 1919. WHERE. FORT WORTH SEES THE BEST IN MOTION PICTURES PALACE "TEXAS' FINEST PLAYHOUSE" Hippodrome "EVERYBODY LIKES OUR PLAYS" Coming Attractions PALACE Dec. 21-27 MARY PICKFORD in "HEART OF THE HILLS" Dec. 28 Jan. 3 DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS in "WHEN THE CLOUDS ROLL BY." HIPPODROME Dec. 28-30 DOROTHY DALTON in "HIS WIFE'S FRIEND." Dec. 31 Jan. 3 TOM MIX in "THE FEUD." . Fort Worth Fish Market Announce for the Holidays the following items: Fish such as pickled herring" salt herring and smoked fish of every description also cured cod fish and also lobsters blue points and clams on the shell live lobsters and etc. We will also have a variety of fresh fish such as Crappe Bass Perch Trout Red Snapper Halibut Spanish Mackerel Poultry such as Ducks Geese Chickens and Fowls of all sorts. Game such as Rabbits Squirrels Etc. Table Delicacies Sauces and Catsups. Fort Worth Fish Market 1208 Houston St. FORT WORTH TEXAS RrnnmLTiT iv J WW. js j ' -. 7' ;rr v -...
Page 51 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 19 December 1919
Friday December 19 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Threa pf?" J - fir . IIL OCT" J p ..... 1 FORT WORTH RESIDENCES BiI0 d cfft Tt a cina J WH 1 mm LUECERNE APARTMENT . ''I1 I'll 1.1' L I II II IF 3 w 1 1 no rie II. lit v C IP J? 12 QiPffl W: .6 Cn:' i (V if i j TJ " largest volume of permits of any month during the year in spite of approaching winter. Permit issued in August had a total val- uation of $3114190 and those in November a valuation of $2- 322125. In each month since June the total valuation of build- ing permits has been in excess of $2000000. This record is far beyond that established by any other city in the South. Buildings already planned and others which are projected give ample assurance that the pres- ent building activity will be maintained for many months to come. There are 550 oil companies now maintaining offices in Fort Worth and it is estimated by the Chamber of Commerce that 6800 persons directly connected with the oil and gas industry have been brought to Fort Wo...
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Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday December 19 1919. Buy His Gifts at the Men's Store Compliments Continental Bank & Trust Co. Seventh and Houston Streets Arranged for your convenient selections are scores of GIFT SELECTIONS for MEN. We know what Men like because we study their needs and anticipate their wants; so yau can safely leave to us the decis- ion of that GIFT PROBLEM. Of Course She Needs Some New Skirts WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR THE CHOICES PATTERNS AND FABRICS IN THE SHIRT GAME TODAY. OUR LINES COMPRISE THE STANDARD MAKES AND DEPENDABLE MATERIALS BUY HIM A SILK SHIRT WHICH WILL BE THE MOST TIMELY GIFT THAT HE WILL AP- PRECIATE. $10.00 AND UP Suggestions NECKWEAR MUFFLERS GLOVES HANDKERCHIEFS HATS BATH ROBES FANCY TIES FANCY HOSE Taggart Lintz Inc. JOHN WILLIAMS 'OLD PLACE. THE TEXAS ARIZONA Petroleum Company ORGANIZED SIX MONTHS AGO CAPITAL $300000. OCTOBER 10TH ABSORBED THREE WELL- KNOWN OIL COMPANIES INCREASED CAPITAL TO $1000000.00. DEC. 1ST. ABSORBED THREE MORE COMPANIES...
Page 53 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 19 December 1919
Friday December 19 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Five A ' -ft r WAGGONER BUILDING h LAKE WORTH BEACH SCENE six-story office building at North and Lamar streets to ac- commodate its office force of one hundred people. This building will cost $100000 in addition to the $55000 the concern has al- ready spent in Fort Worth ; stock worth $500000 will be carried. The Oil Well Supply Company is completing a warehouse which cost $95000; the National Sup- ply Company has built its ware- house is now being enlarged and has invested $132000; the Nor-vell-Weilder Hardware Company handling oil field supplies has invested $435000; the Peden Iron & Steel Company has pur- chased its yard and warehouses at a cost of $175000; the Conti- nental Supply Company has a warehouse which cost $35000; the Parkersburg Rig & Reel Co. has purchased a factory site but has not yet announced its build- ing plans. i Other supply companies repre- sented in Fort Worth including the Standard Supply Company Home Cons...
Page 54 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 19 December 1919
THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday December 19 1019. Planters Petroleum Texas State Bank We Wish Our Many Friends a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Baker Bros. . mem EHEH1 gANGER BROg PHONE LAMAR 6530 Main and Houston at Second Street The House of Dependable Merchandise-The Gift Store Supreme Our Greatest Aim Now Is to Make the Task of Christmas Busying as Little Burden as Possible u n conveniently displayed here almost an innumerable number of gift numbers in wearing apparel for the young and old-all suitable and appropriate as holiday remembrances. Hundreds of other items we are unable to mention will meet your requirements for sane and useful presents. Give Her HOSIERY. It's a rare compliment to present a woman with one pair or a box of three of this splendid quality Silk Hosiery. You will find plain Hosiery to match all costumes as well as smartly embroidered offerings. Family Gift Seekers Turn to these Displays when they want to select remembrances that are sensible and substantial. ...
Page 55 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 19 December 1919
Friday December 19 1919. which has spent $200000 in en- largements the King Candy Company and many others. The new Winfield Hotel which will be sixteen stories in height and will cost $2800000 is being financed by Fort Worth men. W. T. Waggoner is completing a 22- story office building at a cost of $1000000. The Farmers & Mechanics Na- tional Bank is building the larg- . est and finest office building in the Southwest. It will cover a ground space of 100x100 feet and will be twenty-five stories high. The total investment will : The Neil P. Anderson Com- pany has completed plans for the erection of an eleven story office building which will cover a ground space of 100x126 feet. Several other large buildings have been planned adn will be started in the immediate future. Approximately 1400 new homes have been built during the past year or are now under way and the average amount for which theresidence permits are now being taken out is in excess of $4500. On the site of Camp Bowie ...
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Eight Gans Company A SIS Hi i r mm ) Jill 1 II Wi THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday December 19 1919. ; : 'I ' ' f Acme Way ' THE SUCCESS Of A Business Enterprise Depends to a great extent upon the personal abil- ity of the men who manage its affairs But the Bank Is the foundation upon which such success is built. We would like to Be Your Bankers Give us an opportunity to demonstrate our efficiency. F. &. M National Bank