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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 16 April 1920

Friday April 16 1920. free to determine its own polity its own way of development unhindered unthreatened unafraid the little along? with the great and powerful. I am proposing that all nations henceforth avoid entangling alliances which would draw them into compe- te titions of power; catch them in a net of intrigue and selfish rivalry and disturb their own affairs with influ- ences intruded from without. "These are American principles American policies. We could stand for no others. And they are also the principles and policies of forward- looking men and women everywhere of every modern nation of every en- Kt lightened community. They are the principles of mankind and must pre- vail." In his address before Congress February 11 1918 he declared: "There shall be no annexations no J. A. MATJASIC Merchant Tailor and Draper Also Instructor in Sar- torial Art I wish to announce our new Spring woolens. We suggest you order ear- ly and avoid rush. Must fit before finished. 603 Vi MAIN ST...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 16 April 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday April 16 1920. Fonr I 9 I NEWS FROM DALLAS 1 - The Menorah Society of the Baylor College of Medicine and of the S. M. U. held their regular meeting Sunday afternoon April 11th. Election of offi- cers for the college session of 1920-21 was held and the following officers were elected: Dr. Joe Weinstein was unanimously elected president; Mr. William Rosenblatt vice-president; Miss Gertrude Newman was re-elected secretary and Dr. B. Rubenstein was re-elected treasurer. The society de- cided to give a formal dinner-dance during the first part May to complete the activities of the 1919-20 session of the society. The following program was then enjoyed. Mr. Ike Lorch secretary of A. Har- ris & Co. Inc. spoke on "The Jew in Business"; a short talk by Prof. Louis Rosenberg; "The Jew in the World War" by Mr. Goldberg; a violin solo by Mr. George Kaufman accompanied by Miss Hart; and a reading by Miss Regina Hart The next meeting of the society will be held Sunday...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 16 April 1920

Friday-April 16 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOl Tin Abe Marks returned home. panied by Emile Saner manager of Mr. Abe Gardner of Fort Worth the firm's clothing department left was here on a business trip. for Chicago and other points to place Abe Marks of Marks Bros. acconv orders for their fall stock of clothing. SHREVEPORT NEWS Mra. Eli Wiener entertained bril- liantly on Thursday afternoon in her home on Stoner Avenue with the first of a series of parties planned for her friends. The first party included as the guests the friends to whom Mrs. Wiener was personally' indebted for courtesies. The home was embowered with Spring flowers a gift of some eight dozen carnations were a conspic- uous feature added to which were hawthorn and dogwood from the woods as well as garden flowers of spring beauty. Pot plants added their preen to complete the pretty effect of spring. The rook and bridge pri- tes were candy jar in old rose brocade and consolation prize a blooming Eas- ter lily. Chocolate ca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 16 April 1920

Six THE JIWI83 MONITOR Friday April 16 1920. TREATL OF WORLD-WAR OR FOR WORLD-PEACE (Continued from Page S) our Rabbis of old not to judge a man until we are in his place we ought perhaps not to judge lest we be judged. Under like circumstances we might perhaps have acted as our President did. His spirit may have been willing but his power may have been weak or his obstacles insur- mountable. Or he may have lacked that quality of spirit that enabled a Luther to refuse to turn back even if every tile of the roofs of Worms were a devil to refuse to recant even though his judges represented the greatest powers of Europe even though death stared him in the face regarding it more honorably strongly and nobly to fail than weakly and ig- nobly to yield. No Match for Clemenceau and Lloyd George. As events subsequently proved President Wilson was no match for the past-masters in the arts and crafts of diplomacy Clemenceau and Lloyd George. In their eyes he was but an amateur in politics litt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 16 April 1920

Friday 'April 16 1920. TIB JEWISH UONITOE Seven THE ALPS THEATRE Starting Sunday April 18th Monday and Tuesday Eugene O'Krien in "BROKEN MEIjODY" Wednesday and Thursday All Star Cast in "VIRTUOUS MEN" Friday and Saturday Virginia Pearson in "IMPOSSIBLE CATHERINE" POPULAR PRICKS NINTH AND HOUSTON STREETS TRIO AEOLIENNE ENSEMBLE EXTRAORDINARY RICHARD CZERWONKY Violin His firm and authoritative style and purity and round- ness of tone are accompanied by ample mastery of his instrument. BRUNO STEINDELL Cello As a Cello Soloist he has no equal in this country and it may be doubted if there is his superior elsewhere. M. BOGUSLAWSKY Piano He is a personality in music his technique fluent his' runs are smooth he is a master of tonal variety he possesses the power of a virtuoso. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AUDITORIUM MONDAY APRIL 26th Seats on Sale Friday April 23rd Liggett's Drug Store. THE CIGAR IRRESISTABLEW MADAME BUTTERFLY MILD HAVANA Sizes 10c 2 for 25c 15c Straight and 25c HENRY LOWE CIGAR &a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 16 April 1920

Eight THI JIWI8H M0NIT01 Friday April 16 1920. I & lEDITORIA'Ll & I GLORY THAT DOES NOT GLORIFY! Some months ago we wrote a series of editorials on the mat- ter of rabbis leaving the pulpit. We prophesied that unless con- gregations would wake up to the reality of things many would leave the pulpit. Since we wrote those articles and they were copied extensively and comment- ed on several rabbis have left the pulpit just as predicted and we believe that the end is not yet. We are reminded that only last week one of the finest of the older American rabbis Dr. Chas. Rubenstein of Baltimore resign- ed. Dr. Rubenstein has been a rabbi for more than a quarter of a century yet he found that he had to give up his chosen work. And now come private advices that one of the most beloved of the Southern rabbis has decided to leave his pulpit after twenty years of active service and go into business in order to sup- port his family with that digni- ty of which it is worthy. The problem is...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 16 April 1920

Friday' April 16 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR NlM America. We therefore feel it encumbent upon us to bring for- ward a suggestion that is in our mind. Dr. Cohen thinks that by working at a terrific rate of speed as he always does he may get himself perfectly well. We suggest that Dr. Cohen's congre- gation insist that their beloved minister and our worthy friend take an extended trip. If the Galveston folks can't have him do it we know who will. Dr. Co- hen has given a life time to the cause of Judaism and humanity. This is an opportune moment for the worthy recognition of a life devoted to the best and noblest of causes. Will our readers kindly pardon our suggestion? We feel a hesi- tancy in publishing this as some rray think it is none of our busi- ness yet we think it is. ORGANIZATION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH COMMUNITIES IN GERMANY. Halberstadt (By I. J. P. B.)-At a convention of Jewish Orthodox Com- mittees of Germany it was decided that these organize themselves into one distinct body. I...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 16 April 1920

Ten THE JEWISH MONITOB Friday April 161920. THE VALIANT MEN BOWED DOWN. Joseph S. Block the Champion of Israel's Cause Suspends His Paper. A Contribution to the His- tory of Anti-Semitism. By Dr. Gotthard Deutsch. The year 1870 marks an epoch in modern Jewish history. On Septem- ber 2nd the battle of Sedan was fought Napoleon III was compelled to surrender the French troops had to be withdrawn from Rome and the pope whose throne was only main- tained through the military aid fur- nished him by France chiefly owing to the influence of the bigoted Em- press Eugenie retired poutingly to his imaginary and self-imposed pris- on in the Vatican with its 1100 rooms and miles of parkways while the troops of the Italian kingdom marched through the breach of the Porta Pia on the memorable day of Sept. 21 1870. It is one of the pranks of history that the first troop entering Rome was commanded by the Jewish artillery captain David Se- ished the last ghetto of Europe which ished the last ghettof...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 16 April 1920

Friday April 16 1920. Til JIWIII MONITOB Elertn daily the Allgemeine Zeitung which afterwards turned anti-Semitic His articles created a sensation and made him so popular that upon the death of Rabbi Simon Schreiber of Cracow whom the Poles nominated member of the Austrian Reichsrat for the district of Drohobycz he was in 1884 nominated and elected for the same district in spite of the opposi- tion of the Polish party. In the Reichsrat he continued his cham- pioniship of the Jewish cause with marked success although the liberals who did not like to see the Jewish question being given such prominence also antagonized him. His attacks on Rohling culminated in the statement that the professor could not read a line in the Talmud correctly and that having offered FOR THE SMOIIB WHO CARES JAMES STEPHEN HOGG Te QQA1 DELCO-LIGHT Tb compUtc EUctrie light u4 fww PUmt Plenty of bright safe elm electric light No more hot smoky laaf i. JSteB P. M. BRATTEN ft CO Uiitritotara 1001-5 Throckroortoa ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 16 April 1920

Twelve 'THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday April ie 1920. IFORT WORTH NEWS NOTICE. Regular meeting of Isidor Straus 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. ELI GILBERT Secretary. Congregational. Temple Beth-El 6th and Taylor Streets. Services Friday evening at 8 o'clock Saturday morning 11 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 School Saturday morning 10 o'clock. Rabbi George Fox was called to Waco Monday. Mr. Leslie David of Kansas City was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Morris over the week end. Mrs. B. Goodman returned to her home in Winfield Kansas last week after a delightful visit with her daughter Mrs. Edgar Mayer. Mrs. Louis Black and children are home from a week's visit with rela- tives in Dallas. Mrs. Moritz Baer spent the week end in Dallas. Mr. Dan Brown has retu...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 16 April 1920

Friday April .16 1920. mandment. This commandment had preference over all other command- ments of the Torah. Ransoming a na- tion ransoming millions of people is redeeming the future Jewish genera- tions from slavery and persecution is considered still more important. Your Jewishness is now put to test If the woes of your people touch your heart if their sufferings make you Buffer do your duty. Contribute to the Restoration Fund Campaign and help set the foundation of a country for your people. Help make a home for those who need one. It is in our hands to turn a new leaf in the Jewish history We are able to end now the bloody and dark ages of the past and open up a bright fu- ture for the Jewish race. Should we neglect this today tho curses of the bloody past and the cries of the future persecuted Jewish race will be heap- ed upon our heads. W can make and change history. Every Jew now has the opportunity to do it if he is a GOOD JEW. A mass meeting for the purpose of organizing th...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 16 April 1920

Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday April 16 1920. CITATION BY PUBLICATION. The State of Texas In the District Court Tarrant County Texas May Term A. D. 1920. To the Sheriff or Any Constable of Tar- rant County Greeting: You are hereby commanded That by making publication of this Citation In some newspaper published In the Coun- ty of Tarrant four weeks previous to the return day hereof you summon H. Mott. whose residence Is unknown to be and appear before the District Court to be holden In and for the County of Tarrant at the Court House thereof in the City of Fort Worth on the first Monday in May A. D. 1826 the same being the Srd day of said month then and there to answer the petition of Cordle Mott as plaintiff filed in said Court on the 80th day of March A. D. 1920 against H. Mott. as defendant said suit being numbered 62306 the nature of which demand Is as fol'ows to-wlt: Plaintiff sues defendant for divorce upon the ground of abandonment and non support for costs of suit and ge...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 16 April 1920

Friday April 18 1920. CITATION BY PUBLICATION. Th Stat of Texas In th District Court Tarrant County Texas May Terra A. D. mo. To the Sheriff or Any Constable of Tar- rant County Greeting: You Are Hereby Commanded That by making publication of thla Citation In aome newspaper published In the County of Tarrant four weeka prevloua to the return day hereof you eummon C. O. Maddox whoa realdenoe la unknown to bo and appear before the Dlatrlct Court to be holden In and for the County of Tar- rant at the Court Home thereof. In the City of Fort Worth on the firat Monday In May A. D. 1920 the earn being the trd day of aald month then and there to anawer the petition of National Beourltlei Company a common law trust aa plain- tiff filed In aald Court on the 25th day of March A. D. 1920. agalnat C. O. Mad- do and Alvln Jamleaon as defendants aald ault being numbered 82281 the na- ture of which demand la aa follows to- wn: Plaintiff aues defendant C. O. Maddox en one certain promissory note In ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 16 April 1920

; Sixteen " ' THE JEWISH MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 'Phon Lamar 5460 DR. QEORQE FOX EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS Bualnau Managtr U. M. CERP Circulation Managar TBI JEWISH MONITOB Friday April 18 1920. JEWISH CALENDAR. 5680-1919 New Tear'a Eve Wed. Sept. 14 Tom Klppur Sat. Oct. 4 8uccoth (First Day) Thura. Oct. t Buccoth (Last Day Shemlnl Atzereth) Thura. Oct. II Slmchath Torah Friday Oct. 17 Roach-Chodesch Cheavan. .Friday Oct. 14 Roach-Chodeach Klalev. .Sunday Nov. 21 Chanukah (Feaat of Dedication) Wed. Dec. 17 Roach-Chodeach Tebeth . ...Mon. Dee. 22 5680-1920 Faat of Tebeth Thura. Jan. 1 Roach-Chodeach Bhebat... .Wad. Jan. 21 Roach-Chodeach Adar.... Thura. Feb. II Purlra (Feaat of Esther).. Thura. Mar. 4 Roach-Chodeach Nlaaan Sat. Mar. It Paaaover (Peaach) Bat April I Paaaover (Eighth Day) ....Bat. April It Roach-Chodeach Iyar Bun. April II Lag b 'Omar Thura. Mar Roach-Chodeach Blvan . ...Tuea. May II Bhavuoth (Confirmation Day) Sunday May II Roach-Chodeach Tamm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 23 April 1920

M 11 nk v DP. GEORGE FOX. EDTOP r n m I HEY!; I L3 E 1 jTThe Great SbuTHWES. t I DR. OBORGB FOX Praaldant I All LIPBHITZ Vloa-Praaldant LOUIS MORRIS. Bae'y-Traaa I 1 Th adltor it oat raaponalbla for Tltwii 'iprMMd by contributor. AnonyirtouaV 'lattara win raealva no eonaldarailoo. VOL. XIX. NO. 5. FORT WORTH-DALLAS TEXAS FRIDAY APRIL 23 1920. Bntarad In tba ran Wart PaaUfflM m Baoond Claaa lfaJl kUttar bf Ua Maa- I tor PablUblnc Compajqr. Price Fir CnU FOREIGN and DOMESTIC NEWS FROM SPECIAL Cf ' ENTS ATTORNEY FOR PRINCE JOACH- ANTI-SEMITIC DEMONSTRATION MINORITY RIGHTS FOR JEWS IN ZIONIST COMMUNITY DECIDES IM HOHENZOLLERN A JEW. AGAINST JEWISH ACTOR. SALONICA. RIGHTS OF A BABY. Berlin: (By I. J. P. B.) The Jewiih attorney Dr. Wronker has been invit- ed to defend Prince Joachim Frederics Hohensollern the son of the former Kaiser who was arrested for insulting the French officers. POLISH OFFIOIAJL ANTI-SEMITISM INJURES NATIONAL TREASURY. Warsaw: (By . J. P. B.) The Depu- ty of the Pol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 23 April 1920

Two UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS. Five Hundred Thousand Dollars Rais- ed by Jews for Survival of Juda- ism in America. THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday April 23 1920. The first half million dollars jn the nation-wide campaign of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations to insure the survival of Judaism in America has been raised according to announcement made by Manny Straus chairman of the Advisory Board. Pledges totaling that amount and pay- able in ten years have been received at headquarters of the Union. The cam- paign will last thirty-five weeks and an effort will be made to raise a fund of $3500000 to be devoted to a ten year program of expansion. This sum represents contributions from Jews throuhout the nation. Its realization marks the first definite step taken by the Committees in the actual work of the campaign. In many cities organization work is still going and on it will probably be another week before returns are re- ceived from these centers. Scores of municipal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 23 April 1920

Friday April 23 1920. ganization as a whole. Possibly that is so because each brunch has complete autonomy in cultural matters. No one may hinder it from arranging those lecture courses which the membership desires. There ia no "rule from above." The central office of the order is occu- pied mainly with problems upon which all are agreed and as long as conflicts for principles are avoided the peace of the household is secured. After all the principal original purpose of the societies is mutual aid a thing upon which all are agreed. And so long as full freedom is given to the branches iti all particulars anJ the central of- fice is occupied chiefly with business matters it is hoped that the existing harmony will not be destroyed. The Workmen's Circle is a living active orianization which lets its voice be heard upon every social phe- nomenon and responds to every weighty occurrence. What the Work- men's Circle has accomplished and what the plans for further activity are we shall disc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 23 April 1920

Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday April 23 1020. news from dallasI The T. G. Girls club entertained with a Leap Year Tacky party Sunday evening at. the home of Miss Mary Ablon 2230 Caroline. The large spa- cious front rooms were tackily decor- ated and cleared for dancing. . Music being furnished by a string band. Everything was carried out very tacky also the programs and the young la- dies chose their partners for the even- ing. Most all the guests were dressed tacky and Miss Mary Friedman and Simon Golden well deserved the prizes given them. Ice cream cones jaw- breakers all day suckers and orange pop made all think of their real young childhood days. Thirty couples enjoyed a very pleasant evening. Mr. and Mrs. Israel Dreeben have gone to Buffalo and New York. Miss Ruth Liebman is visiting in Galveston the guest of her sister Mrs. Marion Levy. Miss Esther Harris who has the guest of Miss Hildegarde Simon has returned to her home in Pasadena California. Mrs. Zada Rosenthal and childr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 23 April 1920

Friday April 23 1020. SITE FOR HEBREW SCHOOL AND ' JEWISH CLUB HOUSE PURCHASED. Quarters for a Hebrew school and a club home for the Workwomen's Cir- cle Arbeiter Ring will be provided by the Jews of Dallas with the erection of a building: of two stories and base- ment at Harwood and St Louis streets to cost about $30000 it was announced yesterday by J. Shapiro. The site for the proposed building was purchased from the Central State Bank through Ellis Mitchell. Shares are being sold amonrf the business and working men of Dallas. Mr. Shapiro said and building operations will be- gin at soon as funds are available. Mr. Shapiro said the plans of the or- ganization behind the project are meeting with much encouragement As an aid to the raising of funds announcement was made that David Meyerovitz Jewish tenor will sing at the City Hall Auditorium on the after- noon of Sunday April 25 at 2:30 o'clock. Part of the proceeds of the entertainment will go to the build- ing fund and a portion w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 23 April 1920

Six 1 THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday April 23 1920. ELECTIONS IN CZECHOLOVAKIA AND THK JEWJs. By L. Taubes Our Vienna Corres- pondent (Copyright 1920 by 1. J. P. B.) Ip the old Austria the Jewish na- tionality was not re?oguizerl. The gov- ernment persisted in its stand that in order to find out the nationality of the various races which inhabit Austria a definite characteristic is necessary in this case langauge. Let the language which a man speaks in the Intimacy of his home determine to what nation- ality he belongs. Thus through statis- tics it found that there are nine na- tionalities living in Austria each using a different language: Germans Czechs Poles Duthenes Ital'ans Serbo-Croats Slovenes Roumanians and Magyars but no Jews. It i in- teresting to note that in the last cen- sus of 1910 there was in the whole of Bukowina only one Serb who gave Serbian as his mother tongue altnough be has no one with whom to speak a word of Serbian. At the same time it did not show a single Jew no...

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