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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 19 March 1920

Friday,' March 19,. 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Thirteen the credit department three yean ago. Mr. Rosenthal said last night that he has been employed continuously since he was 12 years old, and that he had never worked for any other Arm except Sanger Bros. SAN ANTONIO Mose Glosserman and Gershon Rosen wasser of Lockhart, Tex., spent Sun day in the city. Miss Irma Kahn entertained the Nightingale Quintet last Thursday at her home. . Musical games were played and refreshments were served. The Synagogue Juniors entertained with a Bunco party Sunday in the red room of the St Anthony, honoring Miss Lillian Alterman, a bride of this month. Prizes were awarded to Miss Fannie Newding and Miss Alterman. Cream and cake was served. Mrs. Nat M. Washer and Mrs. Jay Washer entertained at luncheon at the Country Club, honoring Miss , Pauline Harris. Covers were laid for Miss Harris, Mrs. Emil Frank, Mrs. Sam Harris, Mrs. Dave Gottlieb, Mrs. Rosenfield, Mrs. Lieber of Chicago, Mrs. Nat Goldsmith and ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 19 March 1920

Fourteen TEK JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March 19, 1020. SPECIAL WEEKLY LETTER FROM NEW YORK. New Form of Rent-Profiteering. A Week of Jewish Folk-Music Preparations for a Relief Drive. The $25,000 Fund for the Jewish Congress. (Copyright, 1920, by I. J. P. B.) A new form of rent-profiteering has appeared on the East Side of New York, not in dwellings this time, but in store-rents. Jewish store keepers who kept up their places of business for years in the same stores, and paid their rent promptly, month after month, have suddenly begun to receive notices that their rent would be raised, in some cases, as high as 100 per cent; and if they do not care to pay the increased rent they must vacate. If rent-profiteering on dwellings fell as a heavy burden on many Jew ish families, the profiteering in store rents is a crying shame, a misfor tune, which threatens to ruin the businesses of hundreds of Jewish storekeepers. In the case of the dwelling it is possible to find a way out by moving into ...

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. — 19 March 1920

Friday, March 19, 1920. Til JIWIIK MONITOR Fifteen IN THE FIELD OF JEWISH LABOR. A Union Fund for the Millinery Workers New Methods for Gath ering Workingmen's Funds. An ' Interesting Situation of the Ladies' Waist Makers. Jewish Actors as ' Union Workers. By Ellas Lieberman. ' (Copyright, 1920, by I. J. P. B.) The situation this year in the mil linery trade is not a very happy one for the workers. Firstly, they had a long drawn out strike, and as is us ual, much suffering in consequence. Secondly, the trade season is very weak. Various explanations are be ing made concerning the conditions of the trade. Many assert that the bad weather has caused the bad sea son, since on account of the snow storms it was impossible to send out the orders in time. In such a trade as the millinery even a few days have an effect upon the season. Again, others contend that the local manufacturers are withholding their orders because a millinery exposition is now being held in Paris, and the concerns h...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 19 March 1920

Sixteen ' THE JEWISH M0NIT01 Friday, March 19, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. "Then, Lamar MtO DR. GEORGE FOX EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS Bualneaa Manager U. M. CERP Circulation Manager JEWISH CALENDAR. 5680-1919 New Tear' Eve Wed., Sept. 14 Tom Klppur Sat. Oct. 4 Succoth 'First Day) Thura. Oct. I Succoth (Last Day Shemlnl Atxereth) Thura. Oct. If Slmchath Torah Friday, Oct. IT Rosch-Chodesch Chesvan. .Friday, Oot. 24 Rosch-Chodesch Klslev. .Sunday, Nov. 21 Chanukah (Feaat of Dedication) Wed. Dec. 17 Roach-Chodeach Tebeth . ...Mon., Dee. 21. 5680-1920 Faat of Tebeth Thura., Jan. 1 Roach-Chodeach Shebat.. . .Wed., Jan. 21 Rosch-Chodesch Adar.... Thura., Feb. 1 Purlm (Feaat of Esther).. Thura., Mar. 4 Roach-Chodeach Nlasan Sat., Mar. 24 Paaaover (Peaach) Sat., April I Passover (Eighth Day) ....Sat., April 10 Rosch-Chodesch Iyar Sun., April II Lac b 'Omer Thura., May 6 Rosch-Chodesch SI van . ...Tues., May 18 Shavuoth (Confirmation Day) Sunday, May 21 R...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 March 1920

. jK r is? EAD1NG DR. QDOROH FOX. Praeldant ) AM LIP8HITZ, v(o-PrMldnt LOUIS MORRIS, Saor-Tra. f VOL. EC NO. 1 1 FOREIGN and DOMESTIC NEWS STATISTICS OF JEWS IN ITALY. Turin, Italy: (By I. J. P. B.) In the Lunario Calendar Dr. Servi publishes tome Interesting statistical informa tion about Jewa in the now-enlarged Italy. There are altogether about 67,- . , 800 Jews in Greater Italy, distributed as follows: Tripoli, 12,000; Ben Casi, 4,000; Derna, 2,000; Tryst, 4,000; Fiume, 1,000. The largest Jewish pop- 4., ulation it in Rome. The following ci ties have over 1,000 Jews each: An eon, Belona, Perrara, Florence (2800); Genoa, Liverno (3000); Milan (4,500); Naples, uTrin (5100) Venice (2500). The balance of the Jewish population is to be found in cities and towns, ranging between 2000 and 11, 000 each. In all Italy there are 57 synagogues and 60 rabbis. Although such a minute part of Italy's popula tion, the Jews have fourteen mem bers in the senate and twelve mem bers of the House of ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 March 1920

Two THE JEWISH HONITOl Friday, March 26, 1920 PRIDE IN BEING A JEW. A Discourse at Temple Keneseth Israel. Term "Jew" Regarded an Offense. By Rabbi Jos. Krauskopf, D. D. Philadelphia, March 7, 1920. A very estimable Christian gentle man and I were engaged in a con versation, some time ago, . in the course of which he began one of his sentences with the words: "You Jews Stopping himself abruptly, he re started his sentence with the words: "You, Hebrews." When he had fin ished, I asked him why he had re called the word Jew, and put the word Hebrew in its place. To this he replied that he did not wish to hurt my feelings, having been told that that term was offensive to the peo ple of my faith. Upon which I asked him whether his substitution of the word Hebrew for the word Jew was not rather due to his being accus tomed to hear the latter term used in an offensive sense, among the peo ple with whom he associates. An swering this question in the affirm ative, I asked him whether he be l...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 March 1920

Friday, March 26, 1920 TEI JlWlfl MONITOl Thm otheri of our people have become, but I doubted the probability of that par ticular boy ever proving himself cow- ardly and disloyal. I cited a number of our people who are devoted to their faith, and, at the aame time, illus trious for their nonsectarian public and philanthropic and patriotic serv ices, and I asked whether they, thought that these men had, at any time, and under any circumstances, been afraid or ashamed to acknowl edge themselves as Jews? As for myself, I told them that, far from concealing my Jewish faith when with non-Jews, I make it a rule to have that fact known whenever the turn of conversation in the direction of re ligion requires it, and that I prefer to be addressed as Rabbi instead of Doctor, though possessing the latter title as well as the former. I told them that upon a certain time I had consented to address a certain society. A few days later, the chairman of that society inquired what title should preced...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 March 1920

T H E J E W I S H M 0 N I T 0 E Friday, March 26, 1920 . NEWS FROM DALLAS I Mr. Sidney Myers of Houston an nounces the engagement and ap proaching marriage of his daughter, Myrtle, to Dr. Harry R. Levy of Dal las. The date of the wedding will be announced later. Mr. and Mrs. Max Casper of New York have moved to Dallas to make their home at 2934 South Boulevard. Mrs. Casper before her marriage was Miss Thekla Harrison, daughter of Major and Mrs. A. Harrison of Beau mont. Alex Sanger and Elihu A. Sanger have gone to the Pacific Coast for a short stay. Mrs. Emma Perrin Coleman has re turned from a visit to her son, Shelby Coleman, who is attending Allen Acad emy at Bryan. Mrs. Ralph Mayer of New Orleans is the guest of Mrs. Luline Whitman, 2901 South Ervay street. - Mr. and Mrs. Gerson Meyer of St Paul, Minn., are in the city visiting their friends. They are en route to California and will spend a few days in Mineral Wells. Miss Mae Smith has returned from an extended stay in the East....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 March 1920

Friday; March 26, 1920 which afterwards followed by a lunch- ' eon at the Country Club. Those pres ent were: Miss Kate and Rose Black : man, Fannie and Eva Wolf, Sara and Josie Lubel and Matilda Lippman, Al Rosen, Morris Greenberg; Osias Wolf, " JuliU Cohen, Dan Kraetz, fhilip Ger : shen and Hyman Rosenwasser. ! Mr. Morris Rosenberg of Waco who is attending the State University in Austin was a visitor of the Lubel's household. 'Rev. and Mrs. H. Lubel are expect ing as their guest for the Passover Holidays their children, Mr. and Mrs. Lipoff and daughter of Port Arthur. "' Miss Sarah Lubel entertained with ; a Majestic box party honoring Miss ' Rose Freedman of Fort Worth. After ? the show an Ice course and cake was ' served to the following, Miss Freed jnan, Ethel Karothin, Kate Blockman, ;-Eva Goldberg, Rose Blackman, Lillie 'Alterman, Anna Schlesinger, Dora Ginsburg, Ray Wise, Jos:e Lubel and the hostess. Mr. Oliner Berlowitz of Waco waa in our city Monday and Tuesday. While here ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 March 1920

Six Til JEWISJ MONITOR Friday, March 20, 1920 PRIDE IN BEING A JEW. (Continued from Page 3). treatment. There are countries in which posts of honor are still denied us, even though our residence in 'those countries dates back many centuries, even though we have earn ed such distinctions with our hearts' blood on the battlefields, in the de fense of those countries. And yet, despite all thee disadvantages, I would as little change my faith for yours as you would change yours for mine. This is not said in deprecia tion of your faith and people, but in appreciation of what my faith has done for my people, and for the world. You may know something of the shame we have been made to feel for being Jews, but little of the pride we feel in being descendants of lib erators, prophets, lawgivers, bards, inspired writers and speakers, to whom half of the civilized world does homage; descendants of a people who have given half of the Christian world the Christ God it worships, and the other half...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 March 1920

Friday, March 26, 1920 Til lit III MONITOR Srra lived the mightiest of them? Ii it a hame to have been packed into dark ghettoes, and yet to have kept the lamp of knowledge burning even in the darkest ages? Ia it a ihame to have luffered enslavement, and yet to have written the word Liberty into the dictionaries of the world? Is it a shame to have been denied admis sion to the public school, and yet to have been the founder of it? Is it a shame to have been denounced in the churches, and yet see these very churches avail themselves of the sa cred literature and the religious prac tices of them whom they denounced ? Is it a shame to have been branded as Deicides, even while laboring hard to keep alive and unpolluted the idea of the one God? Is it a shame to have been caricatured and defamed, and yet to know that greater honor than has been shown to Jesus, the Jew, and to his Jewish Disciples, has never been shown to any other men? Is it a shame to have been barred from non-Jewish soc...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 March 1920

THI JEWISH MO NIT 01 Friday, March 26, 1920 1 lEDlTORIALl I MERCHANTS, PLEASE NOTICE. A Jewish merchant in Fort Worth, some time ago bought three and one half dozen neck ties, from Carter-Biard Company, Men's Furnishing Goods, Dallas, Texas. When the merchandise arrived it was not what he had ordered and he returned it. He received a credit memorandum for $36.19, the amount of the merchandise, with this notation on it: "We re gret our salesman called on you, he must have made a mistake in the number, evidently a real "Jew." We do not know who the Carter-Biard Company is: but we do know- this, that if we were a Jewish merchant and were pur chasing anything from this con cern, we would never give them an order. There was a time when an insult of this sort was passed by without notice; that time is passed. There was a time when we passed insults of this sort by because we felt that those that made remarks like this had no better sense; but we assume that in these days businesses is car...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 March 1920

Friday, March 26, 1920 THI JEWISH MONITOl NIm once and we willingly praise it Anyway we are glad to know that if there was only one land lord in Chicago who did not prof" iteer and increase his rents he was a Jew. EDITORIALS BY OUR READERS May I be permitted to have a little space in your valuable pa per in order to offer some ight to Mr. Resnick on Re- orm Judaism. Mr. Resnick is, '. fear, one of many, either too azy to read at least one of the numerous articles in the Jewish Encyclopdeia bearing on the sub- iect he writes, or too biased to ave ever discussed the issues in volved with some liberal thinking rabbi. I desire to Bet Mr. Resnick and Jewish men and women of his stamp in my own as well as other communities right. Let me at the outset point out to Mr. Res nick that the Conference of American Rabbis exercises no hierarchical powers, but is mere, ly a deliberative body, which en deavors to appel to the reason as well as the conscience of the modern Jew. It seeks that com mon...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 March 1920

Tea TIB JEWISH MONITOI Friday, March 26, 1920 THE BUDAPEST POGROM.' (Contniued from Page 7). arda and consequently no one knew or rather all pretended not to know whence they came. Of course, the pictures and the wording varied, but I remember quite distinctly one post er. It depicted the Bolshevist in the garb of the Polish-Jew, with gabar dine and long side curls, a gigantic red figure, who held a dripping weap on in one hand, whose body was drenched with blood, standing astride over the bodies of his victims, and underneath the caption read: 'This is how the Jews will treat their victims. Rise all you Christian brothers de fend yourselves.' Every few days the placards changed, but the purport of all of them was similar. ' "Anti-Semites Christian socialists they call themselves held inflamma tory meetings until they were forbid den by the police and then the meet ings were held in secret. Under Bol shevism the synagogues had remained open. However, the Christian social ists and th...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 March 1920

Til JIWIII M0MIT01 Friday, March 26, 1920 idle and renders him paraiite; be came he if a narrow-minded reac tionary; became he ii revolutionary radical; became he ii the earth's capitalist par excellence; became he la a medicant and a pauper; became he it landless and no patriot; because he is a patriot and yearns for his erstwhile inheritance; because he -is a coward; because he is too daring; because the hatred against him is na tive to the nations; because the na tions suffer of their own ills and er roneously point to him as the cause of their sufferings; because he is an idealist; because he is a cheat and a fraud; because he is a chauvinist; be cause he cringes and fawns; because the Jews are leagued together into a strong union; because among Jews no onion can prevail and so on and so forth. Upon entering on this problem of anti-Semitism from a solely objective viewpoint, one feels like lost, blind folded in a labyrinth, with the task of groping for an exit before him so many...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 March 1920

""Twelvt Tridayi March 26," J.920 'THE JEWISH MONITOR I FORT ; WORTH NE WS ' -' ' ' :- : ' " ' ' ' , NOTICE. ,v-Regular meetingr of Isldor fltrtM Lodge No. 619, I. 0. B. B, first and 'third Tuesdays of each month at 8 , o'clock p m. at the Hebrew Institute. ' ... MEYER MEHL, President iv-'. ELI GILBERT. Secretary ' CengregationaL ', ' i Temple Beth-El, 6th " and faylar " Streets'. Services Friday evening; at. 8. o'clock, Saturday morning," II o'clock, Sabbath School Saturady 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 Schoal Saturday morning, 10 o'clock. '. ... 'i ... . ' !... V J . Fort Worth Hebrew; Relief Society, v -3. Holds Annual Meeting. . The Hebrew Relief Society held its 19th annual meeting on last Sunday evening at the Institute. , President-Manager I. N. Mehl read a detailed report of what the Society accomplished during the year, Here-. ported that 252 cases, and almos...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 March 1920

Friday,::March 26, 1920 t . THE JEWISH M ON TO. I, Thirteen .(...Appeal for Passover Funds. T . fort Worth, Texas, March 16, 102Q. .' Dear Friend: . .. - t. Our sacred historical festival of Passover is at hand. The Hebrew Re. lief Society is prepared this year as in the 'previous 'years! to provide forf those who are in need, with everything necessary for the Passover. To make happy everyone in the family, and to help thesis who are in need to make a living, jtn this we need your help. Our Organization has been in exist ence for eighteen years, the work is undoubtedly known to you as it is to the entire public. Our aim in the past and at the present is to extend the hand of help to every Jew who needs help, and do our utmost in their be half. We. therefore appeal to you to give us yjtmr assistance, your unstint ed helpj in; free measure. Thus fulfill ing a duty to our needy. Since! the founder of the Hebrew Re lief Society, we have fulfilled every duty toj our Jewish needy, always ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 March 1920

Fourteen Til JIf III MOKITOI Friday, March 26, 1920 THE JEWISH QUESTION AND THE JEWISH CONGRESS. (Continued from Page 11). W tee before as, not an interna tional Jewish body corporate only an international multitude of Jews. There is a world of difference be tween a definite collective body of men and a mere multitude. A body corporate contains within itself cer tain positive elements which consti tute it. Such a body has unity of name, unity of aim and unity of rep resentation. A multitude on the other hwd is a mere gathering of individuals in a state of anarchy. Unity of name alone without the oth er basic requisites, will not turn such a mass into a collective body of pos itive meaning. To go further: if such a multitude be possessed both of unity of name and aim, but without the element of representation, it re mains a mere multitude without a corporate status. One body-making element or pos sibly two are lacking in the make up of the Jewish collective body. It has name, a spiri...

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. — 26 March 1920

THE JIWIII MONITOR Friday, March 26, 1920 thr before laid court, this writ, with your rtturn thereon, showing how you hv exe cuted the urn. Witness, Mr.. G. Frank Coffey. ' Clerk of theDlstrlet Court of Tsrrsnt County. Given under my hind and seal of laid court in Port Worth, thia 8th day of March. A. D. 1920. TAOI A. D. 1920. MR3. 0. FRANK COFFEY, C PUtrlet Court, Tarrant County, Texas. By G. a William.. Deputy. CITAtlON BY PUBLICATION. The Stat of Texas, in the District Court. dJimo cunty' ADrl1 T,rmi A. To the Sheriff of Any Constable of Tat-' rant County, Texaa, Greeting: k Villi ti.a.kn n I wmt I . I I . . ' Binimnrauu, mat, Dy making publication of this Citation in erne newspaper published in the County of Tarrant four weeks previous to the re turn day hereof, you summon Adelia Wood, whose residence Is unknown, to be and appear before the District Court, to be holden In and for the County of Tar rant, at the Court House thereof. In the City of Fort Worth, on the first Monday I...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 March 1920

Sixteen TBI JEWISH HONITOB Friday, March 28, 1920 THE JEWISH MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. Phone, Lamar 640 DHk OEORQE FOX EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS Business Manager U. M. CERP. Circulation Manager JEWISH CALENDAR. .. : ' 5680-1919 New Tear'a Eva Wed., Sept. 14 Tom Klppur Bat Oct 4 Buccoth First Day) Thura. Oct I Succoth (Last Day Shemlnl Atiereth) Thura. Oct. It Slmchath Torah Friday, Oct. 17 Roach-Chodeach Ches van.. Friday, Oat. 14 Rosch-Chodesch Klslev.. Sunday, Nov. 21 Chanukah (Feast of Dedication) Wed. Deo. 17 Rosch-Chodesch Tebeth ....Mon., Dee. 11 ' 5680-1920 Fast of Tebeth Thura., Jan. 1 Rosch-Chodesch Shebat....Wed., Jan. 11 Rosch-Chodesch Adar.... Thura., Feb. It Purlin (Feast of Esther).. Thurs., Mar. 4 Rosch-Chodesch Nlaaan Sat., Mar. N Paasover (Pesach) Sat, April I Passover (Elfhth Day) ....Bat, April It Rosch-Chodesch Iyar Bun., April II Las b 'Omer Thura., May t Rosch-Chodesch SI van ....Tuts., May II Shavuoth (Confirmation Day) Sunday, May 11 Ro...

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