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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 August 1919

fell f I ........... ' . - ' I I I I IV ITI J IT TT TTW DP. GEOPGETOX.EDITOP VVVVi 1 DR. GEORGE FOX, President I BAM LIP8HITZ, Vice-President V (LOUIS MORRIS. Sec'y-Treai. I The editor Is not responsible for views! exDressed by contributor. Anonymous V j latter will receive no consideration. I Entered In the Fort Worth Poet of flee) aa Berond Class Mall Matter by tb Mon- itor Publishing Company. ) VOL. VIII. NO. 17. FORT WORTH-DALLAS, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1919. Price 1.60 Per Year. St. SEC FOREIGN m DCMESTIC NEWS FROM SPECIAL COK. ENTS l to. 4V iorvj POLISH COMMANDER GENERAL PROHIBITS MASSACRE. OF JEWS (By I. J. P. B.J London, July 21, 1919. General Shepitaki, commander in chief of the Polish army, on the Lithuanian and White Russian fronts, issued an or der forbidding the soldiers, under the threat of a very severe penalty, from attacking Jews, molesting them, or requisitioning Jewish food and ma terials. The circular also prohibits the compelling of old or sick Jews to do seve...

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. — 1 August 1919

Twe THEJEWISH MONITOR ; Friday, August 1, 1919. NATIONAL FEDERATION 0 TEMPLE SISTERHOODS "Bad How One Woman Overcame Market" Now and then we read how some person attains success in spite of numerous obstacles, and thereupon we become fired with the ambition to go forth and engage in some big en terprie. Such is the effect of the sue cess of Mrs. Helen C. Binswanger, of Spokane, Wash. Many members of the Temple Em-anu-El Sisterhood, declined to serve as Chairman of the Uniongram Com mittee, for the Uniongram was new in the city and therefore not well un derstood, and they feared that they might not be able to fill their office satisfactorily. Thereupon Mrs. Bings wanger consented to fill the chair manship of the Committee, notwith standing the fact that she was pre occupied with many other duties as President of another Jewish woman's society. Was she discouraged with the rather gloomy outlook of her new work? Here is the answer: Mrs. Binswanger sold all the Uniongrams the Temple Ema...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 August 1919

Friday, August 1, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR ffcm WEALTH CALLS OUT TO YOU FROM THE GREAT TEXAS OIL FIELDS 0. BLOCK MER1CAN CHIEF OIL C RUBBING ELBOWS WITH STEADY PRODUCTION Block 89-Right Up Against the Big Noise in Startling Burkburnett and Desclemona Where Oil Reigns Supreme wherejGusher after Gusher Comes In and where Mother Earth is Waiting for You and I to Take Her Treasure. Stop! Ponder!! Consider!!! Our Hold ings are in the Two World's Greatest Oil Fields, and Remember DESDEMO NA, the heart of All Activities. 20 acres in the Golden Land just north of the Ranger-Rock Island producing 5000 barrels a day. Here is your chance to shake hands with and welcome opportunity. Be Good to Yourself. Prepare for the future :AND Mail Coupon TO-DAY Pin Check or Money Order to Coupon 50I!'j Main St Fort Worth, Texaa. Enclose find my check for . in full payment for shares in American Chief Oil Co. Fully paid and non-as-sessable. Name Address City State 13 ACRES IN OILMEN Much Sought After Office...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 August 1919

Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, August 1, 1919. FORT WORTH NEWSl HEBREW SCHOOL. NOTICE. Regular meeting of Isidor Straw Lodge No. 519, I. 0. B. B., first and third Tuesdays of each month at 8 o'clock p. m. at the Hebrew Institute. All members are urged to attend as there are always important matters to be discussed. L. M. MILLER, President. ELI GILBERT, Secretary. Congregational Temple Beth-El, 6th and Taylor Streets. Services Friday evening at 8 o'clock, Saturday morning, 11 o'clock, Sunday morning, 11:15. Sab bath School, Saturday morning at 9 o'clock, and Sunday at 10:00. Synagogue Avatah Sholem. Friday evening services at 8 o'clock. Satur day morning, 8 o'clock. Sabbath school Saturday morning, 10 o'clock. Mr. J. Jacobs left last Thursday for Chicago to attend the Progressive order of the West Convention. He was elected delegate to represent the local lodge No. 148. Mr. Harvey Schulman of New York was a visitor in the city last week. Mr. Sam Hurwich of South Bend, Ind., spent Su...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 August 1919

Friday, August 1, 1919. THE JEW'SH MONITOR Fiva Hunger Brings Age Jacob Billikopf Describes Scenes of Post-War Distress in Poland. STARVING, HOPELESS MISERY Women of Thirty Take the Appear ance of Seventy Babies With er in Mother's Arms. (In New York Times.) Jacob Billikopf, who went to Poland of Felix M. Warburg, and other mem- bers of th j American Jewish War Re- lief Committee, in an interview yes terday said that the six weeks he . spent in Poland made Dante's Inferno appear a haven of bliss by compari son. Starving, suffering, with no hope or strength, the Jews of Poland face practical annihilation, he said. The younger generation, such part of it which survives, is stunted in growth and suffering from all the diseases of hunger. The older generation lives, on resignedly praying for help, not for themselves but for 'their children. Here are some details of the condition of the children as narrated by Mr. Billikopf: "Krochmalna is the most ghastly . street in Jewish Warsaw, and ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 August 1919

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, August 1, 1918. Federal Oil & Refining Company Our Desdemona Holding Should Maks Us Rich The Ranger-Rock Island Company's well on a 10-acre tract in the Desdemona oil field (in which the Federal Oil & Refining Company owns a substantial interest) is making 2,400 barrels of oil per day, we are reliably informed. Our in terest in this tract alone should earn for all present stockholders an annual dividend of at least 20 per cent. This well is expected to make 7,000 barrels per day, when drilled deeper into the oil sand. The drilling contract calls for two more wells on this tract WITHOUT A CENT OF COST TO THE STOCKHOLDERS IN THE FEDERAL OIL & REFINING COMPANY. We own 4,200 acres of valuable leases and one in all the proven fields of Texas. 75 PER CENT TO STOCKHOLDERS . W)e have set aside 75 per cent of the net earnings of this company to pay dividends to stockholders, the remaining 25 per cent to be used for developing and drilling our lease hold...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 August 1919

Friday, August 1, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR m IMPRESSIONS OF THE XXVI COUNCIL OF THE UNION. There are those who indolently agree with Koheleth that nothing real ly new ever occurs under the aun. No doubt, a person with such a sterile dis position would say with regard to Jewish affairs, "AH religious confer ences are alike; the Councils of the Union of American Hebrew Congre gations, except for slight variations due to place and time, are at bottom identical." This Convention Was Different In the opinion of the writer, how ever, the Boston Council of the Union stands out in bold relief against the background of its predecessors. For, in many respects, the last Council marks a new departure in the activi ties of American Jewry. The atti tude of the delegates notably of the laymen to the business on hand was characterized by unprecedented in terest, fervor and devotion. There was none of the constraint, tendium and listlessness that normally pos sess persons who attend long meet ings. ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 August 1919

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, August 1, 1919. I & lEDITORIALl & I WJLL THEY REGARD IT? Mr. Louis Marshall has returned and has brought the information, that the Jewish minority groups in all the newer countries as well as in Roumania, will have properly guaranteed group rights,, such as are en joyed by the other minority groups. The Polish commissioners at first refused to sign, but later signed the treaty containing these guarantees. The Roumanian foreign minister left Paris in a huff. We do not know whether Roumania has yet signed or not. The French Foreign Minister, Stephen Pichon, says in a letter to a number of French Deputies, that "qualified represen tatives of the Polish and Roumanian gov ernments, declare their readiness to accord the Jews complete liberty and equality in politics, religion and language." He does not urge any special privileges for the Jews in these countries, or any of the other newly created countries on the ground that "our final object is to guaran...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 August 1919

Friday, August 1, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR THE PROGRESSIVE WORLD STRUGGLE OF THE JEWS FOR CIVIL EQUALITY An address delivered by the ex President, William Howard Taft, be fore the National Geographic Society at Washington, D. C. By William Howard Taft Within the limits of this article one can hope to give only the merest sketch of the history which the sub ject of the Jews involves. I need not pause to emphasize the remarkable character of the Jewish people. They are unique in that for eighteen hundred years they have had no country, have been dispersed to the four quarters of the globe, and yet have retained their religion, their Cohesion, their intellectual capacity, their loyalty to their race, and have, whenever there was any pretense of equality of opportunity for them, forg ed their way ahead into positions of prominence, influence, and power in business, professions, in philosophy, in art, in literature, and in govern ment. They have at the same time made loyal subjects or ci...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 August 1919

TB THE J1WI8H MONITOa Friday, August 1, 1919. POST WAR SERVICE OF THE RED MOGEN DOVID. Ninety Jewish warriors returned from battle just the other day ruddy and tanned from the sun of Palestine and the Mediterranean Sea. They had traveled afar off, had risked their lives on the fields of the Homeland and fought beneath her blue skies. Some of them brought back scars re ceived while fighting in the first Jewish battle units since Biblical times. They had been away for a year, and had crossed six thousand miles of land and sea. And so it happened that those who had the honor of bidding them God speed were the first to greet them on their return. They were met at the pier at Hoboken by fifty young wom en of the American Red Mogen Dovid, with refreshments and com forts. Before they sailed from St. Johns, more than a year ago, the Red Mogen Dovid had brought them lunch boxes, comfort kits had gratified every need from a Sefer Torah to a shaving outfit. All through their stay in Palestine,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 August 1919

Friday, August 1, 1619. THE JEWISH MONITOR HflTM a "You Would Hardly Think Twas Summer" A BUZZ FAN MAY BE HAD ON TERMS IF YOU SO DESIRE 10-inch, 12-inch and 16 inch Fans, both desk and Oscillating types at reasonable prices. Besides we include a 2way plug. (Delivery Charges 23 cents Any Part of the City) Fort Worth Power & Light Co. 1001 Commerce St. n Lamar 6390 H-M i H America's Best Sewing Machine The New Home Also a good line Used Sewing Machines for Sale T. M. DUNCAN Buyi, Sells and Exchange! Furniture, Stoves, Rugs Etc. Phone Lamar 4906 206 Houston St. Fort Worth, Texas FORT WORTH BUSINESS DIRECTORY : ' . : AUSTIN. summer. Miss Delia Koen has left for New York where she will apend the summer in the Adirondocks ana return to the city for the fall months. Mrs. A. I. Haber is in Corpus Christ! where she will spend the summer with her daughter, Mrs. Jonas Weil. Mrs. I. Heidenheimer and daughters are summering in Maine. Among those who are in New York are Mr. Max Snaman, Miss F...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 August 1919

Twhr THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, August 1, 1919. B Oil ComBaBv ii u n 14 n u u m u M M u n n u u n H u H n pi Room 311 Oil Operators Building, Fort Worth, Texas An Unusual Opportunity for the Person Looking for Good Investment the BEAR OIL CO., organized by prominent Ft. Worth business men and associated with rec ognized oil men, own leases on 5,000 acres of favorable land lo cated near GRAPEVINE the coming oil field of TEXAS, the RANGER or BURGBURNETT FIELDS did not look any better than does the Grapevine field. We Have Started Drilling and the drill is speedily grinding down into the bowels of the earth, in search of oil, using heavy Ranger, California der rick and cable tools. The acreage we hold surround ing our well has been surveyed into fiveacre tracts. We are offering you the OIL and GAS lease on these and including with each lease five shares of stock of the par value of $10.00 each in the BEAR OIL CO., JUST THINK, A FIVE ACRE LEASE AND 5 SHARES OF STOCK IN OUR COMPANY FOR $...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 August 1919

Friday, August 1, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR UNION of AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS .The Teachers' Institute of the He brew Union College, of which Dr. Louis Grossman, of Cincinnati is Principal, held its seventh season of summer sessions in Cleveland, Ohio, June 22-July 1. This was the fourth " successive series of courses given in Cleveland, the other three being held in Chicago. This year's lectures were attended by 70 normal college grad uates, most of whom are teachers in public schools. About one third of the students were awarded diplomas to teach in Religious Schools. These students attended three summer ses sions of the Teachers' Institute, and in addition completed other prescrib ed studies in absentia. The courses were given at the Eu clid Avenue Temple by Dr. Gotthard Deutsch and Dr. Henry Englander, professors at the Hebrew Union Col lege. The former gave a series of ten lectures on each of the subjects "History of the Jews" and History of Jewish Literature." The Jewish H...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 August 1919

FtarUtn THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, August 1, 1819. THE SITUATION OF THE JEWS IN POLAND. (By Dr. Gotthard Deutsch.) Facts and Reports. Under severe mental stress people cannot be expected to be accurate in figures. The town of Austin, Pa., was flooded by the bursting of a dam, Sept. 30th, 1911. On the first day, following the catastrophe, the papers reported: "900 of the inhabitants are known to have perished." On the fourth day we learned: "The total number of known dead stands at 38." One must not forget that murder on a large scale will create a much great er excitement, and therefore the oc casional exaggeration in the number of victims is not due, as the apolo gists of Poland like to make it, to an intention of blackening the reputation of a nation struggling for independ ence. An Associated Press Dispatch on Nov. 29th, 1918, reported that in the course of pogroms perpetrated in Lemberg, Nov. 22 and 24th, 1100 Jews lost their lives. A correspond ent to the London "Times," Dec. 2...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 August 1919

Friday, August 1, 1919. VA8T JEWISH MASSES PREPAR ING TO GO TO PALESTINE. (Continued from page 2) kinds of skilled laborers, engineers, and teachers, are being classified." Dr. Saalkind, a member of the Jew ish National Council for the Ukraine, and former president of the Jewish Community of Petrograd reports that in White Russia, rich and poor, and young, all are carried away by the idea of going to Palestine. 'The rich want to invest their capital; the poor hope to have a market for their la bor; and the intellectuals hope to be able to apply their knowledge for the building of a new Palestine. Many have liquidated their property, and made themselves ready to go. The Zionist offices of Kiev are always thronged with hundreds, inquiring as to the possibility of early migration. Committees have arrived from Kher son, Podaha, Bessarabia and various other comitties demanding facilities for at once sending their people to Palestine, being all prepared to go en masse. Similar reports wer...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 August 1919

Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, August 1, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 211 Wert Eleventh St., Fort Worth, Texas 'Phone, Lamar 6460 DR. GEORGE FOX EDITOR FORT WORTH NEWS. (Continued from page 4) dinary hard Btudy succeeded in ac quiring an education at this early age, of such wide range as takes most stu dents many more years to acquire. Born in the holy city of Jerusalem, he was at the age of four brought by his parents to this country in order that he may get an elementary Amer ican education.' When eleven years of age, he was sent back to Palestine where for the next six years he stud ied under the most famous Rabbis there, gaining a thorough knowledge of the Talmud and the Poskin. At the invitation of his parents, Rabbi and Mrs. B. Abromowitz of St. Louis, Mo., he decided to visit this country again, and his thirst for knowledge caused him to stop in France for one year and to take a course in French liter ature. On reaching the Unite...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 8 August 1919

The v.; l II M If! I HE Mi I E E as IV' V " DP. GEOPGE FOX. .EDI TOP WVssJ WW (DR. GEORGE FOX, President J BAM LIP8HITZ, vice-President (LOUIS MORRIS, Seo'y-Treas. ( i The editor Is not responsible for view. expressed by contributors. Anonymous ' letters will receive no consideration. I IKntrrrd In the ss Heeond Class Mall Matter by the Moo-) Itor l'ulillahlns; Company. VOL VII. NO 18. FORT WORTH-DALLAS, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1919. Price $1.50 Per Year. FOREIGN and DOMESTIC NEWS FROM SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS ROUMANIA ASKS JEWS TO PRO TEST AGAINST MINORITY RIGHTS WANTS JEWS TO WORK AGAINST OWN INTERESTS. (By I. J. P. B.) London, July 31. The Roumanian government asks the Jews to work against their own interests and to protect against the concessions given the Jews by the Peace Conference. While Roumania does not express it in the same words it practically amounts to the same thing when it issues an appeal to the Jewish popula tion similar to the one issued by the Polish government c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 8 August 1919

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, August 8, 1919. PROGRESS IN JEWISH PALES-TINE. (From A Correspondent of "Pales tine") One effect of the new regime in Jerusalem has been a considerable improvement in the organizing capac ity of the Jewish inhabitants. Before the war and up to the timo of the British occupation, the Jews of Jerusalem were divided into separ ate communities, each one preserving the name and characteristics of the Jewry of the country whence it came. This absurd separatism inevitably produced rivalries among the differ ent communities, which naturally hin dered the achievement of any reform. But with the arrival of the Britsh, who brought with them a new spirit of order and unity, the Jews of Jeru slem were led gradually to realize that the welfare of the city required the immediate closing up of their ranks, the abolition of communal iso lation, and the establishment of one strong and united community for the common benefit of all sections of Jewry in Jerusalem. Many were t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 8 August 1919

Friday August 8, 1919. THE PITTSBURG PROGRAM. Fundamental Principles Which Amer ican Zionists Will Endeavor To Have Accepted As the Basic iunmiviiwcaitii Palestine. By Bernard A. Rosenblatt. The Pittsburg rrogram is a aeciar- ation of the kind of a Jewish Com monwealth which the Zionists of America hope to establish in Pales tine. Its six leading clauses are: 1st. Political and civil equality ir respective of race, sex, or faith of all the inhabitants of the land. 2nd. To insure in the Jewish na tional home in Palestine equality of opportunity, we favor a policy which with due regard to existing rights shall tend to establish the ownership and control of the land and of all na tural resources, and of all public util ities by the whole people. 3rd. All land, owned or controlled by the whole people should be leased on such conditions as will insure the fullest opportunity lor development and continuity of possession. 4th. The co-operative principal should be applied as far as feasible...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 8 August 1919

Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, August 8, 1919. fort worth newsI NOTICE. Regular meeting of Isidor Straus Lodge No. 519, I. 0. B. B., first and third Tuesdays of each month at 8 o'clock p. m. at the Hebrew Institute. All members are urged to attend as there are always important matters to be discussed. L. M. MILLER, President. ELI GILBERT, Secretary. Congregational Temple Beth-El, 5th and Taylor Streets. Services Friday evening at 8 o'clock, Saturday morning, 11 o'clock, Sunday morning, 11:15. Sab bath School, Saturday morning at 9 o'clock, and Sunday at 10:00. Synagogue Avatah Sholem. Friday evening services at 8 o'clock. Satur day morning, 8 o'clock. Sabbath school Saturday morning, 10 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. U. M. Simon and chil dren returned during the week from a several months visit in New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Levy left last Sunday afternoon for a trip that will include Chicago, New York and Char levoix, Michigan. Dr. Joseph Linnett who has been overseas for the past year...

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