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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 28 May 1920

THE. JEWISH MONITOR Friday May 28 1920. joyed by thou present who were: Dr. and Mrs. Louia Abramson Dr. and Mrs. M. S. Picard Mr. and Mrs. Ilea ry.Cahn Mr. and Mrs Moise Levy Mr. and Mrs. Max Levy Mr. and Mrs. Ben Blumberg Mr. and Mrs. August Goldstein Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Manas- seh Mr. and Mrs. Isadora Goldman Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elfant Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Benson Dr. Bernhart and Miss Goldie Cohen of Fort Wort Texas; Mrs. Schloss and Miss Mary T. Wile Mr. Abray Weisman and Miss Esther Selber Mr. Stanley Sour and Miss Sadine Naman Mr. Sollie Meyer and Miss Edna Nossek Mr. Harry Goldstein and Rosa Sour Mi. Seymour Van and Miss Llbbie Julia Weisman Mr. Mike Weisman. WICHITA FALLS. Mr. am?- Mrs. M. Schlosberg and son and daughter Mrs. Levy of Henrietta motored over and spent Sunday here. Mr. D. L. Wertheimer formerly of this city but now of Amarillo spent several days here. Mr. Adolph Cohen has returned from Mineral Wells. ' Mrs. Rosenthal and daughter Gen- evieve of Oklahoma City are he...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 28 May 1920

Eight THE JEWIPT MONITOR Friday May 28 1920. H lEDITORIALm THE JABOTINSKY AFFAIR. The news columns of the Jew- ish Monitor and other papers re- cently reported a pogrom in Jer- usalem. Some two hundred and fifty Jews were killed and wounded and after the smoke had cleared awav. a vnnnv lion. 1 - tenant-demobilized was arrest- ed and tried on a charge of trea- son by the English military and sentenced to fifteen years' im- prisonment. Jabotinsky was the man who organized the Jewish Legionnaires; he was the man to whom a large part of the success of this organization was due and a young man who had made himself famous in the annals of Jewish history. The . trial and sentence of Jabotinsky who has served well and faithfully cre- ated a great sensation and the sentence was later reduced to one year penal servitude. But the sting of the great injustice done to him has not died down and we reprint an article from the American Jewish World which if true merits the deep- est consideration o...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 28 May 1920

Friday May 281920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Nine the rich harvest that comes to those who have fought and achieved as has he in the vine- yard of our f aith. SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNAL WORKERS VISIT HEBREW SHELTERING AND IM- MIGRANT SOCIETY OF AMERICA. Officers of Pacific Coast Branch Con fer with National Executive. Mr. Harry K. Wolff I. J. Ascheim Milton Meyer and Richard E. Gud- stadt president secretary and direc- tor! respectively of the San Francis- co Branch of the Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society of Ameri- ca were in New York last week for the purpose of conferring with the officers and the Executive of the Na- tional organization. They minutely in- formed themselves of the work of the Society and inspected the new build- ing the historic Astor Library 425- 437 Lafayette Street New York City which will soon be the national centre of the Society. Thursday evening May 20th the visitors were entertained at dinner at the Society's Home 229 East Broad- way. Mr. John L. Bernstein...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 28 May 1920

Ten THE' JEWISH MONITOR Friday May 28 1920. " ......v. TULSA - Confirmants. Temple Mt. Sinai El Paso Texas: Matilda Amstater Miriam Auer An- na Bromberg Blooma Borschow So- phia Blum Walter Gold Margaret Klein Irvin Kaufman Max Katz Ida Lerner Lillian Stem Julian Strauss Julius Silberberg Rudolph Wisbrun Ruth Zelman. At the annual meeting of Temple Israel Sisterhood the following of- ficers were elected for the coming year: President Mrs. Chas. B. Latz. Vice President Mrs. Lewis Barnett. Secretary Mrs. Louis Caplin. Treasurer Mrs. J. Stearns. Annual meeting of Temple Israel was held last week. Annual reports of all standing committees were re- ceived and filed. The following are the newly elected officers for the coming year: President Mr. Max Madansky. Vice President L. D. Lewkowitz. Secretary-Treasurer Sol Jacobs. Rabbi Latz was re-elected for a period of three years. Thursday May 27 the Temple Is- rael Congregation will hold its last social affair of the season. New of-. fleers o...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 28 May 1920

Friday May ?8 1920. ' Miss Ray Wise; 6. The Arab Mr. Phil Wise. Refreshments were served and dancing enjoyed. THE JEWISH MONITOR . TYLER. ' t M. Faber had charge of the Baccal- aureate Services at the High School Sunday morning. The text was taken from the nineteenth and twentyieth chapters of Exodus. Sunday May 16th the Corsicana team and its rooters met the Tyler team to play baseball. The Coraican- ians came out victorious the score be- ing; 9 to 1. Sunday evening a delight- ful dance was given in honor of the visitors. The homes of Tyler were open to the visitors during their stay. Dr. M. Faber has returned from Austin where he addressed the Men- orah Society. Miss Botty Franklyn Brooks of Lit- tle Rock Ark. is the guest of her aunt Mrs. I. Licbrcich. Mrs. Liebreich is re- covering from a very serious accident. Alex Kurtz of Gilmer came over for the dance given in honor of the Corsl- caniancs. Mr. and Mrs. B. Wadel have re- turned from a visit to the East Mr. Phillip Friedlander...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 28 May 1920

Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday May 28 1920. our own Brandeis surely every Jew should join in this work. There is no longer a question of Zionism or anti- Zionism or non-Zionism. San Remo has settled these controversies. We must an now join nands in the prac- tical work that confronts us. Never was the need so great for one place on earth in which Jews will be welcome a haven of refuge from hatred and op- pression one land on earth in which in time they will become the dominant element onn ponnfrv nn earth In .which their genius may develop freely to the glory of God and for the bene- fit of all mankind. AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS. The granting of the mandate by the Peace Conference to Great Britain un- der the conditions which assure the establishment of Zion as a Jewish national homeland brings to a dram- atic climax the long struggle for the regaining of Jewish nationhood. In that struggle the Jews of America have played a most important role first in extending generous aid to the...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 28 May 1920

Friday May 28 1020. THE JEWISH MONITOR ThlrtMn ? 0 J n SAY GIRLS You can learn to give your husbands a thrill every day if you learn the tactics of CONSTANCE TALMADGE in "The Love Expert" playing this wcrk Also PALACE ORCHESTRA J his exposition of Tsadakah Gemilath Chesed etc. Rabbi Stolz received much praise for his talk. Qr:. Q UNION BETWEEN "AGUDAS IS- RAEL" AND MIZRACHI. The "Agudas Israel" a strong or- ganization of Orthodox Jews of East- ern Europe has after extended nego- tiations now definitely decided to alism itself with the Mizrachl and to adopt the Mizrachl program for the rehabil- itation of Palestine. As the outcome of a desire expressed at the recent Mizrachi World Conference in Am- sterdam by delegates of Polish Jews resident in Holland for union be- tween the "Agudas Israel" and the Mizrachl a Vaad Hahissachduth (com- mittee of unity) has been formed. The chief rabbi of Amsterdam and Rsbbi Shapiro of Kovno were among those present at the meeting at which this step w...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 28 May 1920

Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday May 28 1920. LAMAR 108 Union Transfer Co Moving Vans Fir Preef iterate Baggage Transfer Offloa and Waralieuaa: 1704 Jenea itreet Mantlon tha Monitor In calling. TBI TASTB TELLS SHAW BROS. Pure Ice Cream ITS QUALITY 8UPREMI Lamar 1IIS Westbrook Hotel 100 Plre Praaf Reoma Mf Bath PORT WORTH TIXAi Lee Huckins OKLAHOMA CITY The Huckins TIXARKANA TlXAt Jewish Organlzatlona A Pro- fessional Men Should know what tha Jawlah Praaa writes about them Tha Jawlah Praaa In All Languages la Read and Clipped by ue. We are tha Drat and only Jewlab Clipping Benrlce For Clippings from tha Jewtah Preaa write to Clipping Dept. INTERNATIONAL JEWISH PRESS BUREAU. Inc. I Beekman Street. NEW YORK Telephenei Certlandt MM DELCO-LIGHT TU al.ti EUetrk lif kt mi Pawar flaai Plenty of bright taft clean electric light No mora hot smoky lamps. mm miiTTni a. v Diatrikatora 1001-5 Throckmorton Straai Fort Wertk. ... Tacaa TOR THE SMOKER WHO CARES JAMES STEPHEN HOGG T QQAR ities deni...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 28 May 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday May 28 1020. CITATION BY PUBLICATION. Thn State of Texas in the District Court Tarrant County Texas July Term A. V. 11(20. -To the Sheriff of Any Constable of Tar- rant County Texas Greeting: You are hereby commanded. That by making; publication of this Citation In ome newspaper published In the County of Tarrant four consecutive weeks pre vlous to the return day hereof you sum- mon Henry C. Scherf a non-resident of the State of Texas and whose residence In 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 July A. D. 1920 the same belli the 6th day of said month then and there to answer the petition of The Peunsylvanta-Burk Petroleum Com- pany a Joint stock association as plain- tiff Med In said Court on the 17th day of May A. D. 1920 against Henry C Bcherf as defendant said suit being numbered 6229 the nature of which demand is as foll...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 28 May 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday May 28 192C. Sixteen THEJEWISHMONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 'Phone Lamar 546; DR. OEOROF FOX . EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS Business Manager U. M. CERF Circulation Manager JABOTINSKY TAKEN TO ACRE CONSTERNATION IN JEWISH CIRCLES. took the floor to speak upon a subject on the agenda. He was unceremon- iously interrupted by the chairman in the middle of his remarks and asked to be brief. Apparently Dr. Nordau's feelings were much hurt for he im- mediately left the hall. Nachura. Sok- olow went out after him at once ana thanks to his soothing: conciliatory words Dr. Max Nordau returned to the meeting. L. G. GILBERT SAILS. The London Jewish Correspondence Bureau states: "According to the Times of the 29th April Lieut. Jabotinsky has been sent to Acre. This report has caused great consternation in Zionist circles in Lon- don. We learn that the prisons of Acre are old Turkish buildings and well known to be among the most hor- rible prisons in the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 4 June 1920

V WsJJ 5- he ? I HE Ymi 1 DP. GEORGE FOX. ED TOP .DR. OEOROE FOX. President 1 ISAM UI'HHITZ Vlce-l'mildont JT.OUI8 MORRIS Bcc'y-Treaii. I leading Jewish JakMbMyk I - ' . A A i 1 The editor li not responsible for vlewi) iiraaf1 hv rnntrlhuto AnnnvmomV ilotlera will receive no co mjderatlon. i S Entered In the Fort Worth I'oetofflce i Hcrond clam Mull Matter by the Mon- Itor I'uhllehlnir Company. S VOL. IX. NO. 11. FORT WORTH-DALLAS TEXAS FRIfAY JUNE 4 1920. Price Five Cents a FOREIGN mJDOMESTIC NEWS ? FROM SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS JEWISH ORGANIZATIONS OFFER- ED TO ENRICH ANTI-SEMITES. Berlin Germany: (By I. J. P. B.) The Jewish organizations in Berlin have lately found a new method of fighting the lies spread about them through the whole country. A large urn of money has been placed in court with the stipulation that if dur- ing a certain period any of the anti- Semites should prove the truth of any of their charges he should receive this money. So far none of the anti-Semites has avai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 4 June 1920

Two fHE JEWISH MONITOR Friday June 4 1030. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOvOOOOOOOOO IFORT WORTH NEWSl NOTICE. Regular meeting of Isidor Straus Lodge No. 519 I. 0. B. B. first and third Wednesdays of each month at 8 o'clock p. m. at the Hebrew Institute. MEYER MEHL President. E. L. GILBERT Secretary. Congregational. Temple Beth-El at Hebrew Institute. Services Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Synagogue Ahavath Sholem: Fri- day evening services at 8 o'clock. Sat- urday morning at 8 o'clock. Sabbath School Saturday morning 10 o'clock. WANTED Two experienced ready-to-wear sales ladies. Good salary and permanent position to right parties. Marks Bros. Sherman Texas. Please Phone News Items to Lamar 6460 Rosedale 6383 or 455. Miriam Club Meeting. There will be a meeting of the Mir- iam Club Monday evening June 7th at 7 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Louis Morris 1115 South Henderson. All members ere requested to be present. Morton David state adjutant of the American Legion of Colorado living in Denver...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 4 June 1920

Friday June 4 1920. Rabbi A. Horwitz has resigned his position with the M. M. Congregation and left last Monday for his home In Louisville Ky. All his members re- gret to see him leave but wish him much success in his new position. Miss Sadie Stein visited her sister Mrs. Ben Bernstein in Shreveport on t Sunday. Miss Dora Braunig of Shreveport visited her sisters Mrs. N. Stein and Mrs. Joe Schendel Sunday. Mrs. J. L. Kranson of Natchez La. was here Sunday to see his new grand- son Norman Kranson. THE JEWISH MONITOR 9 WICHITA FALLS. 4.444.44 Miss Hazel Sachs of Port Arthur is the guest of Miss Rose Riesenberg. Dr. David Goldberg has returned from El Paso. D. L. Wertheimer of Amarillo spent last week in the city. Sam Riesenberg is spending a few weeks in Mineral Wells. M. H. Leterman left Thursday for a business trip to Dallas Fort Worth nd Oklahoma City. Mrs. Goldstucker of Tyler is here with Mrs. Herman Goldstucker who has been ill. Dave Paul is in St. Louis. Mrs. Dave Friedner and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 4 June 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday June 4 1920. Four I news from Dallas " A number of elaborate social affairs have been planned beginning Wed- nesday June 2 in honor of Miss Be- atrice Wertheimer who will be mar- ried June 8 to Herbert Mallinson Wednesday June 2 Mr. CDarence Linz will entertain with a luncheon on Wednesday evening and elaborate supper dance will be given at the Col- umbian club by Mr. and Mrs. Leo Levi. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Levi and Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Munzesheimer. Thurs- day evening the members of the wed- ding party will be hosteses at a party the nature of which is to be a surprise to the honoree. Friday at noon Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hexter will entertain with a luncheon and Friday evening Mrs. Elihu Sanger will be hostess in honor of Miss Werthehner. Saturday evening Louis Lipsitz will give a the- ater party followed by a supper dance in the Adolphus hotel palm garden. Sunday evening Mmes. M. L. Cans and I. Shayne will be hostesses at dinner. Monday night the family of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 4 June 1920

Friday June 4 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Tin An Appeal To Humanity Zionist Restoration Fund Campaign The Supreme Council at San Remo has placed Palestine under a British mandate and has established again the ancient limits of the Holy Land which it calls "National Home for the Jews." HELP us rebuild Palestine for the millions of Jews who need a resting place. HELP us prepare desolate Palestine for the weary wandering race whose millions of barefoot ragged and starving numbers are driven from tortured Europe to places unknown. HELP us make a home for this homeless people. HELP us provide a sheter for this shelterless people. DO justice to the race that has suffered during the last two thousand years so much injustice and help us restore the children of Israel to the Land of Israel. Send your contributions to ZIONIST RESTORATION FUND Rabbi A. E. Abramowitz Chairman. Hebrew Institute 819 Taylor St. Fort Worth Texas. NATIONAL COMMITTEE Justice Louii D. Brandeia Judge Julian Mack Professor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 4 June 1920

Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday June 4 1920. EASTERN JEWISH WORKERS IN GERMANY. CONFERENCE OF JEWISH ORGANIZATIONS. (Continued from Page 3). lish their won rule i. e. the rule of in- ternational Judaism. So the Jews live today in blackest fear because they are not certan of tomorrow. All boundares of the western coun- tries are zealously guarded. Yet in- stead of staring at death in the East or of becoming Polish soldiers and watch with bleeding hearts the punc- tual and orderly massacre of their brethren the Jewish youths are striv- ing with all their might to reach Ger- many. And so hundreds of young Jews ragged and destitute between the ages of 18 and 25 may be found in the principal industrial centers seeking work. The situation may turn the most confirmed optimist toward pessimism. The German authorities place all sorts of difficulties in the way. Nor are the German Jews any too friendly. The wretched Jews have left on hades to find themselves in another. Germany drives them out ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 4 June 1920

Friday June 4 1920. - THE JEWISH MONITOR Seven 1 massacre the Jews and particularly elements of the population is any too the refugees. Toward the latter not favorable. It is therefore quite easy to even the attitude of the more liberal (Continued on Page 9). A Procession of 60.000 Men You would be quickly convinced of the magnitude of the J. C. Penney Co. purchasing power if all the men who bought Suits from us for one year were to form a procession in this town. The number would be 60000. Think of it! Doesn't it sound reas- onable that buying for cash that vast number of suits each year we can do so at very low prices. Remember that saving is pass- ed along to you proportionately on each suit you buy here. To be well dressed is a man's pride and that pride can be grati- fied with a minimum outlay if you come to our store for your clothing. In 1919 with 197 stores we sold 60000 men's Suits. With 100 additional stores in 1920 we expect to sell nearly 100000 men's Suits. Our Price Ra...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 4 June 1920

Eight THE JEWIPM MONITOR Friday June 4 1920. editorial! & WHEN WILL IT STOP? A few days ago the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church met in Philadelphia. The leading lights of the Church were there and the matters discussed were those that dealt most vital- ly with the growth of the Presby- terian Church in this country. The following is a summary of the work according io the press reports: Philadelphia Pa. May 22. A cam- paign to bring about enforcement of Sabbath observance laws was outlined today in resolutions adopted by dele- gates attending the 132d General As- sembly of the Presbyterian Church here today. In addition to this notice was serv- ed that any political party which aids desecration of the Sabbath will be vig- orously opposed. It was suggested in the resolution that at least 10000 sermons a year should be preached by clergymen of the Presbyterian Church and that each minister should deliver at least two sermons a year on the subject. It was also urged that...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 4 June 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday June 4 1920. the religious training and pro- gress of their children and give them the encouragement the child craves and ought to have we wil have a generation of Jews worth while; on the other hand if the parents accept the Bar Mitzvah merely as a matter of routine tradition and Con- firmation is regarded as an oc- casion to show off the child both ceremonies are worthless and rather belittle our faith than dignify it. The parents are the keepers of the ohildrens faith just as the children are the successors of the parents after the latter are gone. And this let the par- ents hold in mind and guide themselves accordingly. o THE POGROMS IN VIENNA. (Continued on Page 7.) rouse the populace against all Jews in general The great "Successes" of the reactionaries in neighboring Hun- gary have given added encouragement to their Austrian compatriots to in- troduce the same "system" in Vienna. After an anti-Semitic meeting of "cltisena" in the public hall of the c...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 4 June 1920

Ten THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday June 4 1920. 1 C A Syncopated Romance of Jazz and Joy 'The Dancin' Fool' A Paramount Artcraft Picture with Wallace Reid Bebe Daniels also "EXPLOITS OF THE U-35" and "MUTT AND JEFF" ft i i WORK OF REUNITING FAMI- LIES SEPARATED BY WAR BEGINS. Accomplishment of the Commission of the Hebrew Sheltering and ImmlKrnnt Aid Society of America In Western Eu- rope shbwa that all agencies abroad are co-operating In great humnnltarlan task Interesting; reports received. "We find that all leader of Jewry whom we had met are enthuslastlo about our undertaking. They are of the opinion that this is the most Important piece of work ever undertaken by the American Jews although thy are very thankful fo- what has been done by the Ameri- can Jew until now." The above la an extract from a recent communication to Mr. John L. Bernstein. President of the Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society of America sent bv Messrs. Leon Kamalky and Jacob Mattel Commissioners of the So...

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