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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 27 February 1920

Friday, February 27, 1920. SPECIAL WEEKLY LETTER FROM NEW YORK The Plane of the Jewish People' Bank The Hebrew Free Loan Association m ew I or k The Convention of the American Red Mogen David Jewish Court of Arbitration Opened in the Criminal Court Building. ' . (Copyright by I. J. P. B.) The plan to .establish a Jewish peo- Jim uuiik ior me .reconstruction or the runed Kehllahs and for the re rehabilitation of the Jews who lost to much in the war, is now taking on a clear-cut form. At the last meeting of the Joint Distribution Committee, it was definitely agreed that the bank should have a capital of (10,00,000, and that it is to have branches in all European countries, and in the larger Jewish centres of each country. Mr. Louis Marshall is devoting much thought to this plan and he is now en gaged in formulating the by-laws of the bank; and while he is looking af ter the "Jewish work" of the bank, many of our bankers have got into communication with various banks in Europe, with a ...

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. — 27 February 1920

Twelva THE JEWISH-MONITOR Friday, February 27, 1920. When Trading Please Say : "I saw your ad in the Monitor'! II, .1 FORT WORTH NEWSl KflTOTB . Regular meeting of Isidor Stnraa Lodgo No. 619, L 0. B. B, first and third Tuesdays of each month at 8 o'clock p m. at the Hebrew Institute. J MEYER MEHL, President 5 EU GILBERT, Secretary. CongregationaL Temple Beth-EL 6th and Taylor Streets, Services Friday evening at 8 o'clock, Saturday morning, 11 o'clock, Sunday morning, 11:16. Sabbath School, Saturday morning at 9 o'clock, and Sunday at 10:00. - Synagogue Ahavath Sholem: Friday evening services at 8 o'clock. Saturday morning, 8 o'clock. Sabbath School Saturday morning, 10 o'clock. , Mrs. Louis Cohen and family are now-located in their new home, 2661 Sixth Avenue, where they will be glad to see their many friends. Miss Gertrude Gordon has returned home after a pleasant stay in Hous ton1 and Brenham, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Landsman, who have been ill are now convales cing. Miss Daisy...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 27 February 1920

Friday, February 27, 1020. THE JEWISH MONITOR week-end as the guest of Miss Maxlne Ray Hirach. ' ' . Noted Social Worker in the City. '. Mrs. Ray David, of Denver, is vis. iting her sister and brother, Mr and Mrs. Louis Morris, 1115 South Hen derson street , Mrs. David is one of the best known of the Jewish women social workers c' this country. She has served sever al terms as president of the Denver Council of Jewish Women, and is at the present time at the head of the Federated Jewish Charities of that city. . She is a member of the City Charity Commission of Denver and also of the State Board of Corrections. To these offices she has been appoint ed by successive governors and may ors. She is also an active worker la the National Conference of Jewish Charities and of the National Welfare Conference. , 'Recently the National Hospital of Consumptives, decided to install a re search department, for the purpose of 'studying how to prevent a spread of tuberculosis, and Mrs. David was a...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 27 February 1920

Foi&&''"vi--;!i''!ii.i '.V IN THE FIEL -;bF JEWISH LABOR. ' Samuel ' Gompers, ? President of the American Federation of Labor, on the' United Hebrew Trades The WWfceMtoods Workers Secure an, . InWae b Wage8--The Jubilee of . tit Workmen Circle i Sanitarium. A Strike of the Suitcase and Bag Makers Imminent. TUB JEWISH MONITOR . By Elias Liebman. ... ' ! -(Copyright by I. J. P. B.), , . The American . Federation of La bor has resolved to unite all the cen tral;; organizations of Greater . New York into one central body, with the object of insuring unity of action and strengthening, the influence of the central body.. Many of , the, papers implied that.. the real object was to com,bat radicalism, for recently, the. Centra Labor Union of New York has not been submissive to the Ex ecutive Council of the American Fed eration of Labor, as in former years. Samuel Gompers, .however, denied this implication, when he came to New York for the purpose of reor ganizing the central bodies....

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 27 February 1920

Friday, February 27, 1920. ' tarium and R. Guskin who wag chair man of the Concert Committee. Demandi on the manufacturers have been made by the Suitcase and Bag Makers' Union. Briefly, these demands are for: A 44-hour week; a minimum wage scalej'scven paid hoi idays, and week work for all employ es. As is usual when demands are made, conferences ensued. The Manufacturers' Association de clared that it did not want week work in the industry. On the other, hand, the! Union insists that it will stand Arm in this demand under all circumstances. And this point con stitutes the chief difference between the two sides.. One way of avoiding a strike would be to leave the matter "in statu quo." However, the Union is determined to institute a single system of work, and fundamentally, the Union is right but the result still remains to be teen. THE J I WISH MONITOR' FifUea Association of the Hungarian Jews Recognized by Hungarian Government. Budapest (By I. J. P. B.) The first annual convention...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 27 February 1920

Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR THH PMfcNiTOR PUBLISHING CO. til West Eleventh 8t, Fort Worth, Tsxaa --.i , 'Phansy .Lstnar ,6480 ; OH QEORQf FOX..... EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS Business Mansger U. M. CERP Circulation Manager TEK JI WISH MONITOI JEWISH CALENDAR. 5680-1919, New Tear's Eva...., ....... Wed.Sept 14 Tom Klppur Sat. Oct 4 Succoth (First Day) Thurs. Oct t Buccoth (Last Day Shemlnl " Atsereth) .Thura. Oct. 14 Slmohath Torah Friday, Oct 17 Roach-Chodesch Cheavan.. Friday, Oct. 14 RoaclvChodesch Klaler.. Sunday,-Nov. 21 Chanukah (Feaat of Dedication) i5 .-...-.:....-..v Wad. - Dm. IT Roach-Chodeach Tebeth ....Mon., Dee. 22 'Vr-1)680-1926 - . SkrtLLTibtfc,v" T1mr,-i Roach-Chodeach 6hebat....Wed., Jan. 21 Roach-Chodeach Adar. .. .Thura., Feb. 1 Purtra (Feaat of Esther).. Thura., Mar. 4 Roach-Chodeach Nissan Sat., Mar. 24 Passover (Pesach) .;.Bat, April I Pap;r (Eighth Day) ....Sat, April 10 Roach-Chodeach Iyer...... .Sun., April II La b 'Omer... ...Thura., May Roeeh-Chodeach Slvan ..i.Tue...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 27 February 1920

THE, JEWISH MONITOR f. - THEATRICAL COLUMN. , Eugene O'Brien In "Hi Wifs's . " '.' '. Money." . ... In this picture, .Eugene O'Brien por. bays struggling, young engineer from the west, who by a fanUstic ac cident stumbles into society in the East and meets a gay and willful heir ess whom he loves at first eight. To her the solemn admiration p( the young man is another keenly amus ing adventure and the moon struck adventure ends in marriage. The wife, the nioneyed ' member of the family, goes her sweet way into' 4 tangle of startling episodes that keep her husband on needles of anxi ety and emotion. The story is full of dramatic con trast, and, as Richard Flint, the am bitious and serious-minded young man wh4 Is married to a frivolous wife, Mr. O'Brien is given a splendid op portunity for work of more emotional depth than anything he has yet done. His characterization is truly remark able. At Phillips Egypt, starting Monday. ft FUJntJff sum defendant for dJvoro Upon th frrouml Of aba...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 27 February 1920

,TKP ,JEW MONITOR t t:'.'--f-r -; -..Bridge Courtesy for Bride,. . " The bride of Monday, Miss ' Haiel Davidson, was namel an an mtwIoI honor e-ueaf wfiAii Mr. fiMnav nA . , CJ " w.UMVJ , IUM" man and Mrs. A. S. Haber entertained in courtesy to the visitors now in the city and their hostesses. "' . The games of bridge concluded, it was found that Mrs. Robert Silvers had Won tha souvenirs tnr hlah imn ..... - w iwiip two pretty Maderia handkerchiefs; and.. Mrs. Auerbach the consolation, ' a box of correspondence cards. Miss Hazel Davidson received a bottle of sachet, as a- reminder of the bridge compliment. The very elaborate luncheon fol lowing the games consisted of Creole sweet bread,, petit pois in ramekins, hot rolls, a relish, asparagus and let-' tuce salad and a fruit' tart with whipped cream. Bidden lor the afternoon were the following: Misses Hazel . Davidson, Miss Hortense Harris, of Dallas; Ma mie Silvers and Rose Silvers of Des Moines; Pauline Frank,, of Austin; Isadora L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 March 1920

The &W au nj , I -iv V v I II TO n m i he Ms n DR. GEORGE'FOX.EDITOP lllx .7111 V I (DR. QDOROB FOX, PrMldtnt I All MP8HITZ, Vio-Prtdnt V (LOUIS MORRIS, Bto'T-TrM. 1 I N" r t II' T7 ZW? J WISH JOURNAL-: V YA ( The dltar u st responsible for THwil I a. l i zFTfe GpatrSomims. The editor Is set responsible for rlwi) iprMd br contributor. Annymoui ittr wui rotT m eooaMtruM V -V. I M BnUrtd In the Fort Wna Fi SaoonS CUm Mall Matter kr U itor rDiianin company. MiMm Loa-( VOL VM. NO. 24 FORT WORTH-DALLAS, TEXAS FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1920. Price Five CenU lonTFi io Mend the M ion 1 i , & FOREIGN fluOMESTIC NEWS FROM fipYfc)..Ak JRFSPnNnFKTS , . FROM SPfcfyjJ RESPONDENTS THE SABBATH IN NEW YORK. The Sabbath in New York it par ticularly harassed now when the Sabbath bill, introdcced by Mr. Dick stein at the institution of the Jewish Sabbath Alliance of America (Ago dah Am Israel and Tomchai Shaboe) is pending in the New York State Legislature. This bill which when passed would allow consci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 March 1920

Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March 5, 192a Horse Show and Rodeo TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT Worth Cigar Store, 10th and Main Sts., Phone Lamar 5932 BUY YOUR RESERVED SEATS NOW FOR ANY OR ALL PERFORMANCES. YOUR RESERVED SEAT TICKET IS GOOD FOR GENERAL ADMISSION. YOUR GENERAL ADMISSION TICKET IS NOT GOOD FOR THE HORSE SHOW AND RODEO. Come Early and Take in the Entire Show LIVESTOCK SHOW POULTRY SHOW AUTO, TRUCK AND TRACTOR DISPLAYS MANUFACTURERS AND MERCHANTS' DISPLAY J. GEORGE LOOS TWENTY-CAR CARNIVAL Southwest Exposition & Fat Stock Show MCI if I 0 1ST I DONT FAIL TO ATTEND THE FAT STOCK SHOW ! WACO NEWS. Pretty Tea at Progress Club. (Delayed). The Progress Club was the scene of a pretty tea on Wednesday after noon, when Miss Ray Naman and Miss Isadore Levy of Marlin were hostesses in honor of Miss Hazel Da vidson, the bride of Monday. The formal line included Misses Ray Naman, Isadore Levy, Hazel Da vidson, Rose Silvers of San Francis co, Pauline Frank of Austin; Mes dames S. J. D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 March 1920

Friday, March 5, 1920. dont' fail to attend EXECUTIVE SESSION OF THE NA TIONAL. FEDERATION OF TEMPLE SISTERHOODS. Furthering the work of the Syna gogue to Increase Jewishness and '4f awa'ten the Jewish consciousness was again stressed by Mrs. Joseph Wies enfeld, president of the National Fed eration of Temple Sisterhoods, In her report read before the Executive Board at its annual session, held in Cincinnati February 11 and 12. Ow ing to illness in her family Mrs. Wies enfeld was unable to attend the ses- v. , sion, but various suggestions made in her report were acted upon. " Among several recommendations was an urgent appeal to the Sister hoods to form small study groups of members meeting together informally to study and discuss questions of re ligion which are of vital importance in creating a better Jewish woman hood and a firmer faith. "Out of the chaos resulting from the World War hat arisen the cry for spiritual ' things," the report stated, and "since the beginning of time ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 March 1920

Pour THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March E, 1920. NEWS FROM DALLASl See the Pageant Saturday Night Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Neiman have re turned from New York. Miss Viola Holzmark has returned from a visit with her aunt, Mrs. A. Berger, in San Antonio and will con tinue her visit with her sister, Mrs. Arthur L. Joffee. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin H. Weil are back from an extended honeymoon in Flori da and Cuba and are at home at the Hotel Adolphus. Mrs. I. Baron and daughter, Miss Felice Baron, are visiting friends in New York, Philadelphia and Balti more. Miss Mildred Liebman has returned to the city after a most enjoyable visit with her aunt, Mrs. I. Liebman, of At lanta, Ga. Mrs. Mose Hirschfelder of Waco is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Utay. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Joseph are back from the East. Mrs. S. M. Freedman and little son have returned from Terrell where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Baum for several days. Mrs. T. H. Adler entertained inform ally on Thursday afternoon with cards at ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 March 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Five Friday, March 5, 1920. WACO. ' The Junior Congregation have out lined a program for the year which consists of two meetings a month, an j, 'educational and social. At the edu cational meeting, Jewish current events, modern Jewish problems and history is studied and discussed. The social meetings have met with suc cess and on Sunday, March the 7th they will entertain with a big dance at the Progressive Club. Rabbi Macht was one of the com mittee to select the commissioners to be voted on by the voters in the pres ent election. Mr. Lape Lazurus formerly with Ely Walker Co. of St Louis, has re turned to Waco and is now the popu lar manager of the Beacon Shoe Store. Miss Menah Rubinsky and Mr. Al Marker of Alberta, Canada, were married on Saturday evening at the home of the bride, Rabbi S. Levy of ficiating. Only members of the fam ily were present and after the cere mony, the happy couple left for their new home in Canada. Miss Mary Ablon of Dallas is the guest ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 March 1920

Six THE JEWISJ MONITOR Friday, March 5, 1920. DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND THE FAT STOCK SHOW ! "EVERYWOMAN," MADE INTO GREAT MOTION PICTURE, IS COMING. Big Allegorical Play Has Been ' Filmed on an Elaborate Scale. The famous morality play, "Every woman," has been made into a motion picture and will be shown at the Pal ace Theater for the entire week next week. The story is declared to have been filmed on an extremely lavish scale and to abound in beautiful set tings, lovely women attired in hand some gowns, and spectacular effects. Against this extravagant background Walter Browne's celebiated allegory of life and its temptations is acted by an extraordinary cast of players. The role of Everywoman is played by Violet Heming, a beautiful actress well known on the stage and the screen. Monte Blue has the part of Love, Wanda Hawley is Beauty, and Theodore Roberts is Wealth. Others in the company include Margaret Loomis, Mildred Reardon, Bebe Dan iels, Irving Cummings, Raymond Hatton, Noah Bee...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 March 1920

Friday, March 5, 1920. THI JEWISH MONITOR Seven DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND THE FAT STOCK SHOW I ment, she sat down, and with her fingers touched the keyboard. Have you seen Fannie Bloomfleld Zeisler's hands? Her fingers, when she plays T Her tender, bruised, deli cate fingers! Those gloriously beau tiful fingers that can bring to you the ttrill of a nightingale! Her remark able grace in the lifting of her wrist, high and low, like the waves of the sea, and the velocity and ra pidity in the running of her scales. Her hands the long, white hands, angry in the expression of the bra voora in great emotion, and again her grace and beauty, and aristocratic rendering of a delicious waltz. The expression of her face, with a pallor of death, bent over the Instru. ment, making it cry and sing, arous ing your emotions and passions, creeping into the hidden depths of your soul. What a Chopinist she Is, this daughter of Zion! The hot blood of Judea is racing in her veins. Born in Poland, she combines ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 March 1920

l1; Eight ORGANIZES CONGREGATION IN NEW ENGLAND STATES Rabbi Jerome Rosen, field secretary of the Department of Synagogue and School Extension, who is touring the New England States in behalf of the Department, reports that preliminary measures have been taken in Water bury, New Bedford and Fall River towards the formation of modern congregations. At Stamford a mod ern congregation has been formed. In all these industrial centers there are large numbers of Jewish residents who have been in some instances without religious institutions. A sin cere desire to organize congregation al activities is manifesting itself throughout the New England States. TBI JEWISH HON IT 01 Friday, March 5, 1920. Don't Miss the Rodeo Events! FLOUR SHIPPED TO POLAND. A cargo of flour valued at $259,070 has been shipped to Poland by the Joint Distribution Committee of American Funds for Jewish War Suf ferers, according to an announcement made public by Mr. Felix M. Warburg, chairman of the committee. The ca...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 March 1920

Friday, March 5, 1920. TBI JKW10H MONITOR Nine Illustration of $5,000, 20 Payment Life Annual Difidend Policy $10,000.00 for Accidental Death 5,000.00 for Natural Death 100.00 a month for Sickness 100 a month for Accidents ALSO FOR PERMANENT TOTAL DISABILITY $150.00 monthly for 12 months and 60.00 monthly therafter for life and 6000 at death and 600 cash additional to the insured if such Permanent Total Disability is the result of accidental loss of sight or two limbs. "It Pays Five Ways "It Pays h ive Ways' Also in event of Total Permanent Disability, premium payments cease but the policy continues to grow in values each year and dividends continue to come to the insured each year as though Insured continued to pay premiums. If interested fill out coupon below and mail to II. F. Ccrf, Gen eral Agent Write us for specimen policy and full particulars. State your age and occupation., Agents Attention We want reliable agents to represent us In attractive con tract. Write us at once. H....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 March 1920

Ten '1 THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March 5, 192a WICHITA FALLS Jewish Women Meet Monday After noon. The Council of Jewish Women held their regular weekly meeting Monday afternoon at Kemp library. The fol lowing program was rendered: "What the Women of Texas Are Doing" . Mrs. J. W. Lee Piano solo Mrs. Joe Art "Story of Jacob" Leon Joseph "The Meaning of Prayer Dr. David Goldberg The council will entertain with a dance Wednesday, March 10, at Hack's academy. An admission of $2 will be charged, the proceeds to go to the building for the new temple. The general public is invited. Cornerstone of Jewish Synagogue Is Laid on Sunday. With appropriate services, with the participation of the pastors of the Presbyterian, Methodist and Christian churches as a feature, the cornerstone of the new place of worship of Tem ple Israel was laid Sunday afternoon. Owing to the inclement weather the services were held in the First Pres byterian church, where the congre gation has been worshiping almost si...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 March 1920

Friday, March 5, 1920. Danby, Cacey Kanotkin, Max Wolff, Philip Wise, Joe Reuben, Mr. Nathan and H. Btecher. Mrs. L. K. Rosenbaom ofEvana ville, Ind, ig vihifng her daughter Mrs Julius SliRn:ant her home,' 61.1 East Quincy Btieet . A JeVsh dramatic and mnalcal performance was : presented here 4, February 29 ot the Main Avenu High School' by a well-known Jewish actor, ' Mr. Hurry Pfa.hij of Cincinnati, Chlo, insisted ly local talent Mr. . PmcIiv nctej in ths "Confirmed Lu natic." written by Ji.nself, a dra matic etude In one act. He also played in "The Gnat Debt," by 'Jacob Goadin a dfM.m in ere id He was assisted in this play by Mr. Meepas and Mrs. Sinkin. MILLION AND HALF JEWS TO PALESTINE. Over 1,500,000 Jews in the Ukraine are organized to leave for Palestine as soon as that country is opened to receive world mass-immigration on a largo scale. Meier Grossman, member of the Jewish National Assembly of the. Ukraine and head of the London Jew ish Correspondence Bureau, made the stat...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 March 1920

Twelve THE J X W I 8 J MONITOR Friday, March 6, 1920. EDITORIAL THE TREND OF THE TIMES. A number of protests have been received of late, regarding ' what seems to be the efforts of many church organizations to religionize the public schools. Alabama has recently passed a law making reading of the Bible without commentary, compul sory in the public schools. An effort was made to have the Bible read in the public schools of Arizona, and after the bill was passed by the legislature, the governor vetoed it. In the constitutional convention of Ne braska, a clause was passed by a majority of one vote, providing for the compulsory reading of the Bible in the schools, and now Illinois church organiza tions are working on a similar bill in the constitutional conven tion of that state. Some years ago the Illinois State Supreme Court ruled that reading the Bible in the public schools was unconstitutional, and now those who believe in it, want to be sure to make it the law of the state. There i...

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