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Page 55 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 19 December 1919

Friday, December 19, 1919. which has spent $200,000 in en largements, the King Candy Company and many others. The new Winfield Hotel, which will be sixteen stories in height and will cost $2,800,000, is being financed by Fort Worth men. W. T. Waggoner is completing a 22 story office building at a cost of $1,000,000. 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 1,400 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 C...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 56 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 19 December 1919

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

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 December 1919

V A wl ; Dl GE-0PGE F9 -EDiT0P Yo s , IDR. OEOROIB FOX, Prnldcnt 1 8AM LIPSHITZ, Vlc-ProUUnt V IlOUIB MORRIS. BM'r-Tnu. I ITho dltor U net rapeiulbl for vUwil xprMMd by contributor AnonymouaV Utters will rootlve no oonaldanOioa. ) & VOL. VIII. NO. 18 FORT WORTH-DALLAS, TEXAS FRIDAY, DECEMBERVm. I 2$ EnUrad In the Fort Worth Potoffloi u Second CUu Mll MatUr br tho Moo C Itor Publishing Company. ( Price $1.50 Per Year. FOR EIGN and DOMESTIC sa FROM SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS ' NEWS : FIVE HUNDRED AND SIXTY JEW : ISH LEGIONNAIRES ARRIVE FROM PALESTINE. New York: (By I. J. P. B.) Thii week 660 Jewish legionnaire! reached New York, among them many well known Jewish journalist and writers, including Mr. H. L. Gordon, the musi- ' cat critic Baron, and the novelist, B ru ches. ' . , ' The Legionnaires were welcomed at the pier by a committee of the AmerL : can Red Mogen David, at the head of which was Mrs. Romana Spivacke, and also by a committee from the Zionist Organization of America. Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 December 1919

Two ''.'':':.''' "; ' ' " ' '.. '. . . ; waco. - . Appreciation of Dr. W. Macht At a meeting held by the Congre gation Temple Rodef Sholom on Sun day, December 14th, the salary of Dr. Wolfe Macht was increased. The congregation , is anxious to show its . high appreciation of the Ejincerely re ligious work accomplished by its Rab bi in his short stay of three months. !Dr. Macht has found a place of res pect and admiration in the hearts of all Reform and Orthodox alike. On Sunday, December 21st the chil dren of the Temple Rodef Sholom Sunday school will present two plays for Hanuakah. One being ' entitled - "What's Tonight," and the other, "A Delayed Birthday." Those taking part in the plays are Harold Block, Simon Wise, Be.-jiie Kestner, Mollie Ellis, Eli Landman, Beatrice Cans, Dorothy Nssbaum, Hortense Schonberg, Lillye Lazarus, Hazel Levinson, Sol Cohen, Rudolph Rosenthal and Flora Berk man. Mrs. Liebschitz of Cincinnati is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. W. Macht. M. B. Berkman has gon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 December 1919

; Friday, December, 26, 1919. JEWISH ATHLETES OP PALES. TINE HOLD A TOURNAMENT. Organization of "Maccabees" Inaugu-' ratea "Jewish National S porta Day" During Succoth. A new insight into the life of Pal estine is furnished by the report of the first public athletic touranment of the "Maccabee" which wai held in Jerusalem on October 13th, last, the fifth day of Succoth. in the nresence " of Menahem Mendel Ussisftkin, Gen. ' Watson, the chief military administra , tor, Col. Storrs, the Governor General of Jerusalem, Judge Norman Bent, wich, many British officers and a vast . .h;amma tl. ni i it a A aicsiiiie iicwb Agency ' of the American Zionist Publicity De : partment reports that 600 young ath letes participated, including membera ' of thfl "Hamammnhna" irrnim. Tnf fa, Petach Tikwah, RisonMe-Zion, Ness Ziona, Rehobot, Gedera, Zichon, Jacob, Akron and Damascus as well as the Jerusalem group, each contingent zeal ous to win for its own individual ban ner. .. The tournament, which th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 December 1919

Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, Decemter 23, i: I FORT WORTH newsI ih. 1 NOTICE. " ' JUgular meeting of Isidor Straus Lode No. 619, I. 0. B. B., first and third Tuesdays of each month at 8 'clock p. m. at tht Hebrew Institute. L. M. MILLER, President EU GILBERT, Secretary. .." Cong relational temple Beth-El, 5th and Taylor Streets. - Services Friday evening at 8 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. - 8ynagogue Ahavath Sholem. Friday evening: services at 8 o'clock. Satur day morning:, 8 o'clock. Sabbath school Saturday morning:, 10 o'clock. The. regular dance given by the La dies Auxiliary of . the Institute each month,- will be held on the 28th of December. The New .Year's Ball will "be on Xmas Eve, December 31st A large crowd is expected and a fine time for all is promised. . " The regular meeting of the Bible Clasrf of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Institute will be held Tuesday, De...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 December 1919

ri'.:j, December 23, 1819. THE JEWISH MONITOR Five 1 NEWS FROM; DALLAS 1 tlr. and Mrs. N. Eron announce the engagement of their daughter, Carrie ' to Irvin H. Ashner. The box party given by the T. I. Girls Club at the home of Miss Fan-.-lie Goldstein was a big success. A large crowd was presente and dancing and games were enjoyed. The house . war) decorated in blue and white, the club colors. The next meeting of the club will be held at the home of Miss Mollie Mesiroff on Pecan street Elec tion of officers will be held. , Mr. and Mrs. Sol Harris announce the marriage of their daughter Sadie Mae to Herman' Kelman on Tuesday, December 9 at their home, 3600 Wen delken street Mr. and Mrs. Kelman will be at home after December 21 at 1007 Bishop avenue. . Mr. and Mrs. Simon Levy announce the engagement of their daughter, Jennie, to Mr. Joe Abrams of Fort Worth. They received in her honor Sunday afternoon from 2 to 5 at their residence 2207 South. Ervay street ' Mr, and. Mrs. Simon Goodman...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 December 1919

Six THE J E WIS.. MONITOR Friday, December 20, 1919. ADDRESS DELIVERED AT CELE BRATION OF THE 60TH AN NIVERSARY OF MEMPHIS .LODGE, I. 0. B. B. By Brother Second Vice President, A. ' B. Fryer, Shreveport, La. Brother Chairman, Fellow Members of the B'Nai B'Rith, Visiting Ladies : and Gentlemen: I am most happy indeed to be with you on this occasion, the celebration of the sixtieth anniversary of Mem phis Lodge No. 35, the oldest Lodge in District No. 7, and I appresiate ful. . ly the honor accorded me by your in vitation to bo with you at this time. I only trust that my message may convey, to you some suggestion of my earnestness of feeling and sincerity of purpose in the small part oppor tunity has permitted me to play in the great work accomplished under the banner of Israel's foremost represent atives. First let me convey to you the most cordial and sincere fraternal greet ings from your sister tjtate of Louisi ana, and the domicile of our District No. 7 The City of New Orleans. W...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 December 1919

Friday, December 26, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Seven ior tneirs is an eternal warfare against the greatest of all human vices, Ignorance, and its companion, poverty. For this social service work , : ine cnai u rnn does notvask of its members their money or their credit. It Is not your purse that is needed, but your personality. It Is something of yourself that is needed to carry the . message of your faith for the better- ' me'nt of 'your brother Jew; your thought, your attention, your time. It is your personal service that is need- ' ed for this great work of saving hun- dreds and thousands of young men and women of our faith from the pit. rounding them and their unwholesome environment and placing them where . the influence of good men and women can give them a proper standard. It is your personal effort, your time and your thought which is needed to ex tend to the fallen brother, who has erred and come under the punishment ' of the law, to show him that he has not been abandoned b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 December 1919

' Eight H I i E W t H 8 li O K I T 0 K Friday, December 28, 1819. 1 77-' . . . I I I I I - WE HEARTILY DISAGREE. ; The following is clipped from our esteemed contemporary, the American Israelite-: COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON. "The Holiday Season, which closes the Old Year and begins the New, has almost entirely lost its religious significance for the large majority of people and has become a festive time for all. wnne tne season has-no religious ; significance for them, it has be come impossible for Jews to keep themselves apart at this time of kindliness and generosity, even if they had so desired, which most of them certainly did not and do not. The Israelite, there ' fore, extends to all of its friends, ' ifa roadara on1 ifa nJiM.!.... ' both Jews and Christians, its . r.esi vvisnes lor tne full enjoy- i iie tjcaaun ttliu lor Happiness and Prosperity during the coming year." We confess to a large measure oi surprise at this "compliment." We heartily disagree with the Israelite in i...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 December 1919

Friday, December 26, 1910. THE JEWISH MONITOR Nine CONFERENCE OF MIZRACHI SO : CISTIES OF ENGLAND. ' i A conference of-all Mizrachi Soci ties of the United Kingdom was re cently held in London. Rabbi Dr. Schoenfeld, the. Vice President, wel comed Dr. Henry Keller of the Zionist Medical Unit, who had recently re turned from Palestine, and Mr. H. Farbstein, the noted Mizrachi leader of Warsaw, who is a member of the Polish diet Dr. Keller save a detailed reeport of the educational situation in Palestine' as affecting the Mizrachi. Speaking as one who has made a thorough examination of almost every school in Palestine, he stated that the only schools which provide an ade quate teaching of the Jewish faith, together with a sound system of im parting, secular knowledge, are those under the control of the "Superintend ing Council for Orthodox 'Schools," which is guided by the Mizrachi. Dr.' Keller's report having been conclud ed, the delegates discussed the situ, ation. It was resolved to...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 December 1919

5 , a Ten 'I. THE JEWISH MONITOR ADDRESS DELIVERED AT CELE BRATION OF THE 60TH AN-.' " NIVERSARY.OF MEMPHIS LODGE I. 0. B. B. (Continued from Page 7). .:' expenses. All these calhj are met by the Free Loan Societies by loans ac cording to the true Jewish ideal, with--out interest, payable whenever the ; necessity for the loan ceased to exist. Let me tell you here and now the greatest system of national credit, the Rural Credit Bill of Congress is a Jewish bill and simply further testifies to the spirit of the B'nai B'rith in its constructive work of helping people help themselves and thereby overcome poverty and the necessity for the false system of charity. , My friends, I know you little ex pected an address of such length to night, but, even at the risk of your tired dirpleasure, I want to avail my self of this opportunity to give you the salient features of the great work done by this noble order that you may better understand its usefulness and better appreciate your own obliga...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 December 1919

, Friday.'December 26, 1919. ';' ' v At ... . . . na tne lunaamental teachings of our ; Institutions. "While we ask no special privileges, Just recognition of our ! rvVi f . I U i. 1 x . iiftuva, jrci. iii hub meant mucn to us and to the Jew the world over that a . President, Mr. Roosevelt, appointed V Oii;ar S. Strauss to a cabinet oost. a President Taft, who fought so glor iously for the abrogation of the Rus-' sian Treaty or a President Wilson who places a Louis D. Brandeis on the most .exalted judicial bench in the world," as we are reminded by Broth er Coffee. The world has come to know the , lending statesmen of England, the T . 7V : 1 ! . XL.' f . mi few lymrueu, me Liora inier justice of England, the Jew, Rufus Daniel. I.'tiacs; the greatest lawyer America has ever produced, the attorney gen eral and often times called "The Braim" ftt Mia C!nnfnrliirB.tr Iaw , -. uviiibUllUlJ) VI IV CIT Judah P. Benjamine, the worlJ's most -!! J it. n . Sarah Bernhardt; the foremost musi cia...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 December 1919

Twelve ,, . BRATLA.NO t CSE3 j3S."iPER,r ?. ' TH E J I WIS H 'lib N I T 0 B ' Roumanian Jewish Repref enttUToi Da Not Allow ThemselTeJfo Be In- : v JUmldAted Into TB? -itIf (0 Their Demand for Citi- "r -: Vienship.'X7..V.A.;..- .- ?;.-..;m-v ...... --T-. (Copyright by I. J. P. B.) Ir'-' v ; By Leo Wosoju, , ,. . All . Roumanian governments with out exception, have always, refused to recognize the Jewish organizations which were engaged in the fight to se cure political emancipation, and often they; were plainly hostile to them and characterized them as menaces to the. interests' of the government. The administration of Mr. Bratiano was no exception in this respect. Cir cumstances, however, decreed that the bitterest enemy of the Union of Na-, tive Jews in Roumania should give it the greatest recognition and. consid eration. In Novemberr1918, the gov ernment ; decided' fo carry through a law decree by which the Jewish ques tion was to be qplved, and" the Min ister -of the Department ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 December 1919

Friday, December 26, 1919. ,' we Jewn have an entirely different conception concerning the method and manner in which the Jewish question ocht to be solved-Hmd l also wish to state that the law, as it has now , been formulated, and as I understand' it, is even worse than the old law of Mr. Karghiloman and that was bad , enough. (The Marghiloman law, was made in ivnrHnnro with fha RiitMat ' ' ---..-... II a VU . V HVIIt9, ' Treaty whicl( the Germans forced upon Koumanii). our attitude to ward the Question has two nointi of view; one the Roumanian, and the other purely Jewish. Both are of the greatest importance and both demand that the question shall immediately be settled." ; ; .; - . - From the '. Roumanian ; standpoint, Dr. Filderman explained that the . problem was to win the loyalty and confidence of over 700,000 Jews in the occupied regions, and that could not be accomplished, he said, unless these Jews saw that the Roumanian govern ment was treating the 230,000 Jews in M U1U M...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 December 1919

Foi ourteen THE ' J E WISH, MONITOR THjB STORTf OP THE OLD JElWliSH delivered speech on. the occasion in . J. COLONEL'. II ROUMANIAN which, he said: "; -;1;h : vV' Vii' .fBrochter,' your, - Bv. LeovWolfson f;:vCyottf family, of honor, the honor of your whole race and K Copyright hit Qtttky&fr yPpeoehe,in your hands., "'''Vrd 4jr Y -'ki i.Ma: beg ns. I-want you to' be ' ColonerMauricl Brpcinethe '-Ja,uJ-' . 2?SS S" Y! SBi' y '"'-"Broclni- modeJy replied he His. parents were honest, respectable folk-wlfo had emigrated froin Galicia to fRqujnania several years "before. Thfe yoipg Brociner attended the Rou manian primary schools and later pur sued his studies in Czernowitz, Gratz, and i Vienna. In 1874 he returned to Roumania, to Galatz where his par- enfci had in the meanwhile established . replied.' would do his duty. ' !i : ' pAnd'hYdfd itTVhen his Captain fell dead during the attack, Brociner as sumed the command'and although a bullet struck 'him,' ami his blood was flowing he c...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 December 1919

Friday, December 26, 1919. TH ISH MONITOR F)T:::a cipai aaviser, in all my philanthropic work. Colonel Brociner. who was twice wounded in the war of 1877. Inter he- came our Secretary, and now devotes himself unreservedly and enthusiast!- cally to all those needy ones who are dependent upon my help." . ,' A - it. - I J tti i 1 1 r " . Alter vim oiu rung ana me tueen died, Colonel . Brociner remained in the same post, although King Ferdin- nu ana vueen mane nave noi aiapiay- . - IJ ll! J 1 ' - J J r w i . " u n ouiiic xiiciiuiiiicsB vuwgru mm. It -was not fated, hnwuver. that, ho rpouid live to the end of his days in - the splendor of the royal palace a unique exception in a Jew-baiting country. The anti-Semites had never - looked upon him with any favor altho , he was a Roumanian citizen and a col onel. They had little influence upon ' me uiu amg, out vne new King nnaiiy yielded to their importunities, ' and -carried out their wishes. Colonel Bro- ' ciner was dismissed from his posi...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 December 1919

sixteen : ;-: ,'; T H ts J EWI s n U ON ITOR . PUBLISHED WtEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 211 WMt Eleventh St., Fort Worth, Texaa . 'Phono, Lamar M0 . :V DR. GEORGE FOX......... D,T0? LOUI8 MORRIS .Buelneaa Manager , U. M. CERF . Circulation. Manager JEWISH CALENDAR. , 5680-1919 , ' New Year'a Eve............ Wed.. Sept. 14 Tom Kippur ...Bat Oct. 4 Buccoth (Firet Day) Thura, Oct Succoth (Last Day Shemlnl m Ataereth) ,ur"- 9?- ? Blmchath Torah IS4ftjr' 2f- II Roach-Chodeach Cheavan.. Friday, Oct. 24 Roach-Chodeach Ktalev. .Sunday. Nov. 21 Chanukah (Feast Of Dedication) , , Wed. Dec li Roaoh-Chodesch Tebeth ....Mon., Dee. 22 V,. 5680-1920 Faat of Tebeth .......... Thvira., Jan. 1 Roach-Chodeaoh Shebat. . ..Wed., Jan. II. Roach-Chodeach Aaar....Thura., Feb. 1 Purlm (Feaat of Esther). .Thura., Mar. 4 Roach-Chodeach Nlasan.....Sat., Mar. 10 Pasaover (Peeach) Bat., Apr 1 I Paasover (Eighth Day) ....Bat., Apr 1 10 Roach-Chodeaoh Iyar....... Sun., April H Lag b Omer Thura., May 6 Roach-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 2 January 1920

30 DP. GEOPGE FOX,,EDlTOP . -Sdvthwes. v v r y . v V v n i -7 jr- rK - T T JIT1KTS friirrnrr tSYrrr- 1 r V: V V -tCtTHt fr-srA-A ill! rvvSS 'Q' IDR. OEOROB FOX, Prealdent 'BAM LIPBHITZ, VIce-Preeldent hOVia MORRIS. Seo-Treia. 1 The editor la net eipreeied by contrlbw 'letters will receive no coi.. VOL. VIIL NO. 18. for views! rv, mouiV FORT WORTH-DALLAS, TEXAS FRIDAY ftfyjfafr 2, 1920. ! Entered In the Fort Worth Poeteffleei u Second Claee Kail Matter by the kfee-( Itor Iubllihtnv Compenjr. ) Price $1.60 Par Year. I FOREIGN and DOMESTIC NEWS FROM SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS ROUMANIAN JEWISH DEPUTIES EXPRESS THEIR SATISFAC TION WITH GOVERN MENTS JEWISH POLICY. Bucharest: (By I. J. P. B.) That Roumania hai granted her Jews foil rights, and that the Jewa have noth ing of which to complain, ia the sub stance of a atatement which haa just been issued by the four new Jewish MimkaM " i tV& Vah.hm.I.M m vl t a mont. All four belong to the so-called As- similationint ranks of the Jews. They d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 2 January 1920

Two THE JEWISH MONITOR NATIONAL FEDERATION of TEMPLE SISTERHOODS OHIO FEDERATION OF SISTER HOODS FORMED. First State Group of Sisterhoods to Be Formed in the Country. Presidents of Temple Sisterhoods of Ohio held a two days' conference in Cleveland on November 24 and 25, or ganized as the Ohio Federation of Temple Sisterhoods. This is the first state group of Tem ple Sisterhoods to be formed in the United States and its object is to bring the various Sisterhoods of Ohio, af filiated with the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, into closer co operation and association with one another. Any Ohio Sisterhood connected with a Jewish congregation, or any organ ization of Jewish women in Ohio, in a community where there t) no con gregation, if affiliated with the Na. tional Federation of Temple Sister hoods, may become a member of the Ohio Federation of Temple Sister hoods. The executive committee consists of the president or a representative of every Sisterhood affiliated with the ...

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