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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 June 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOE n Friday, June 11, 1920. ANTI-SEMITISM IN THE POLISH UNIVERSITIES. Warsaw: (By I. J. P. B.) Professor Parness, a lecturer on medical chem istry at Warsaw University was sud denly dismissed from his position. Since no other reason was given, it may be assumed that the peculiar Jewish sound of his name have had something to do with it. Professor Bandinsky of Lembcrg University was called upon to take his place. The latter immediately accepted the offer and made public a statement in which he declared his satisfaction with the policy of Warsaw University of re placing Jewish teachers with Poles. This means that the position left by Professor Bandinsky at Lembcrg Uni versity had to be filled. At a meeting for this purpose, a resolution was of fered to invite Professor Parness to Lemberg University to take this seat of learning. Quite uninvited, Dr. Ban dinsky came to this meeting and pro tested against the candidacy of a Jew for a professional position at a Polish Uni...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 June 1920

Tea THE JEWISH MONITOK Friday, June 11, 1920. u Paramount M ack Sennett Comedy "BY GOLLY" PALACE SUNDAY THE BIGGEST COMEDY OF THE YEAR A THE NEW POLITICAL COURSE IN GERMANY. Russian Bolshevik! and the German "Michel" Conversations with Ger man Politicians Finance Minister Gothein a Bolsheviki Kop and Kahn Chemin and Ambassador Jaffe Germany Seeks Remedy from Trotzky German Psychology and the Entente. By Dr. Israe laTubea (Berlin). In the whole German press, in all the German Parliaments and in the minds of the leading statesmen, the question occurs and reoccurs: How about establishing relations with Bol shevist Russia and thus perhaps save the country from the complete eco nomic ruin which is staring it in the face. It is evidently no trifling matter to gain at one stroke a new neighbor and friend who is anxious to revolu tionize the whole world, to introduce a new order and to rebuild the world upon a new basis. Europe with its present social order is terror stricken before the Bol...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 June 1920

Friday,' Jane 11, 1920. because of the long war, the various revolutiois and the blockade. Each seeks to be the first in the field and to exclude all the others. Without Rus sian grain, without her raw materials, European economic life cannot resume its normal state, a fact recognized by alL Germany wants to catch the nets before the fish and to renew again "the old friendship" upon the basis of the "old historical traditions." She wants to approach Russia as soon as "possible to gain an effective economic foothold for commercial expansion. And here is the crux of the matter: Will Germany succeed in approaching Russia or will she be too late? What are the dangers involved in eith er case? I have had occasion to converse with a number of leading German politicana and all, regardless of party affiliation without exception, expressed them selves for the immediate re-establiBh-ment of relations with Soviet Russia, former Reichstag Minister Gothein contends that the Germans today have no...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 June 1920

Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOR . Friday, June 11, 1920. WHAT'S YOUR HURRY? Slack up brother, what's the hurry, That so recklessly you scurry, With your elbows crowing sideways And your eyes fixed straight ahead? Is a minute's time so precious, That you need be ungracious, And go tramping on your fellows Like one that is underfed? Can't you spare a nod of greeting, Pass the time of day on meeting, Swap a joke, or smile a little When a neighbor comes along? Is the dollar eo enticing Is success so all-sufficing That you can't devote a second . To a brother in the throng? Do you know your destination ? It's a quiet little station, Where ambition never troubles And the dollar jingles not; Where riches are not security, Where your note has passed maturity And the richest man's possession Is a little grassy spot. Why be over keen in speeding On a trail so surely leading, To that lonely little city Where we all must land at last? Slack up brother, what's your hurry, That you so recklessly scurry...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 June 1920

Friday, June 11, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR oooooooooooooooooooo King's Chocolates FOR ooooooooooooo Y I American Queens Pecans, Walnut and Brazil Nuts, Generously Covered with Cream and a Thick Coating of Rich, Dark CHOCOLATE KING'S NUT TRIO Aa tempting an assortment of FINE CHOCOLATE an Nut Lovers will ever find. Nut Trio U but one of the many delightful KING AiwortmenU For Sale by All Dealers in Fort Worth of Worth While Products. 000000000000000000000X0X0000 PALESTINE. On Sunday, May 30, Dr.Schwarti berg united in marriaire Miss Lillian Winner of this city and Mr. Joe Unplo of Chicatro. Owing to the recent death of Mr. Winner the wedding was a very qa'et one, only the immediate family being present Miss Winner was born ar.d .titted in this city, and counts her friends by the score, and all who know hi r love her for her beautiful chaiac tcr und charming manner and the best wishes of the entire community ac company she and her chosen one to their future home in Chicago. Mrs. London...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 June 1920

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 June 1920

Friday, June 11, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOl FiftMB costs of iult and general relief to which plaintiff may be Justly entitled to. Herein Fall Not, but have you then and there before said Court, this Wrt, 1th your return thereon, showing bow you have executed the Mine, Witness, Mrs. O. Frank Coffeey, Clerk Of the District Court of Tarrant County. Given under my hand and seal of said Court In Fort Worth, thla 26th day of May. A. D. 1920. (Seal) MRS. O. FRANK COFFEY Clrk District Court. Tarrant County, Texas. By Q. 8. Williams, Deputy. CITATION BY PUBLICATION. The Btate of Texas, in the District Court Tarrant County, Texas. July Term, A. . 120- . . To the Sheriff or Any Constable of Tar rant County, Geetlng: You are hereby commanded, that by making publication of this Citation in some newspaper published in the County of Tarrant four consecutive weeks prev ious to the return day hereof, you sum mon J. E. Conway, whose residence Is unknown, to be and appear before the District Court, to b...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 June 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, June 11, 1920. t e every support as VCKXX0XXX0 SWEETS Sugar Cane Granulated per pound 24c Powdered or Cut Loaf, per pound 25c (Limit on Granulated 5 Pounds) Honey This Year's Crop Quality Extra Fine: 3-lb. net weight Comb Honey $1.20 3-lb. net weight Extracted Honey $1.05 5-lb. net weight Comb Honey $1.85 5-lb. net weight Extracted Honey $1.65 Bulk, comb, pound .36 Bulk, extracted, pound .33 Syrups Dunbar's Southern: So-called gallons $1.44 So-called half gallons .76 So-called quarts .46 So-called pints .23 1-lb. box Cherries in Chocolates special... .75 (Finest quality at Cost Price) Turner & Dingee 18 STORES 18 00000000000K000000000 X00000000000000XX0000000 NOT AN AVERAGE DEPARTMENT STORE j NOT AN AVERAGE DEPARTMENT STORE I X but an institution of style and quality with year'a of reputation. 9 X It is our pleasure to offer the discriminating women shoppers of this X o vicinity smart and distinctive styled apparel at the smallest obtainable X 6 prices...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 June 1920

The i he m i mi t)R. OEOftOB FOX, President J 8AM UP8HITZ, Vlce-Prmldent (T.0UI8 MORRIS, Seo'y-Treu. VOL. IX. NO. 13. FORE IGN ( DOMESTIC HOOLIGANS ASSAIL AGED JEW. Sochatzev, Poland: (By I. J. P. B.) While on th train to Warsaw from thii city, Nachemla Nathan ,an aged Jew of 75, was assaulted by armed hooligans who happened to enter the same car. When the weak, old man tried to protect his lontf, grey beard from the scissors of his assailants, the latter beat him into Insensibility. Upon gaining consciousness he found himself beardless. Another Jew, Akiba Millstein, pass ed three Posen troopers on Nalevkl street One soldier grabbed his beard, the second searched his pockets, while the third covered hs mouth to prevent him from yelling. When Millstein be gan to struggle with the ruffians one of them took out his bayonet and be gan to cut the victim's beard, wound ing his hands and face. Then one of the armed thugs struck him a power ful blow on the head, which left the man weltering...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 June 1920

Two PHE JEWISH MONITOR " Friday, June 18, 1920. Ifort worth newsI NOTICE. Regular meeting of Isidor Straus Lodge No. 619, 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 5460, Rosedale 5383, or 455. Mr. Samuel Saikin of 1000 W. Dag gett avenue left Friday for an exten sive trip through the East to visit his father and .other relatives. Mr. Saikin will be in St. Louis, New York, New ark and Atlantic City, ne will also stop over at Oklahoma City where he will see his niece and nephew, Mr. and M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 June 1920

' Friday, June 18, 1920. , Misses LIppard at the Raleigh. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Novlch and daughter, Mist Gertrude Novich will leave shortly for an extended visit to Colorado, Utah and California. Guests Complimented. ' Prettily dispensed was Mrs. S. K. Hirschman's compliment to her sla ter, Mrs. J. B. Hoyt of Grand Rapids, Miss Snaman of Austin, and Mrs. Utay, of Dallas. Favoring a color motif of green and pink, the home was charmingly decorated. THE JEWISH MONITOR WALK UP STAIRS Save $5 to $15 Men's Guaranteed Clothes : CLOTHtERjS. Fort Worth Dallas Saa Antonio WHEN YOU WANT A GOOD RELIABLE CARPENTER CALL ME PHONE P. 943 FRED TAYLOR 1417 Lincoln Are. North Fort Worth, Texas THE MONITOR PUBLISHING COMPANY HAS JUST ADDED A LARGE QUANTITY TO THEIR ALREADY SPLENDID EQUIPMENT AND ARE NOW PREPARED TO DO BETTER PRINTING ' THAN EVER. GIVE US THAT TRIAL ORDER YOU'VE BEEN TALKING ABOUT! Plant 287 anil 2R9 W. Mth SI Joseph's Cafe Where Every Meal Is A FEAST Misses Dorothy Rosenthal and Bloo ma IC...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 June 1920

Friday, June 18, 1920. Four THE JEWISH MONITOR I NEWS FROM DALLAS Lawrence-Cerf Wedding. A pretty home wedding took place at the home of the bride's Bister, Mrs. Samuel Eatenson, 1834 McMillan street The house was decorated in palms, smilax and stand baskets of gladiolas and sweet peas. Miss Sarah Weinstein played the Lohengrin's Wedding March, accompanied with the violin by Dr. Wm. Rosenblatt. Rabbi David Lefkowich officiated at the ceremony. Miss Frances Lawrence was maid of honor. She carried a large bouquet of sweet peas. Mr. Leon Levine was best man. The bride was given away by her brother, Mr. Theo. Lawrence. She carried a large bouquet of brides' roses aud lillies of the val ley. She was presented with a hand some nine diamond plantinum bar pin by her grandmother, Mrs. Louis Cerf. The bride's dress was of white geor gette with silver beads, her veil was trimmed in orange blossoms. The bride's going away suit was of navy blue tricotte with shoes, hat and ac cessories to match....

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 June 1920

Friday, June 18, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Fir nation, the Association will be able to perform the work of a national library commission and encourage the estab- ; lishment and development of public library service for all the people. At present thirty states have free library ervice for less than fifty per cent of their, population; six for less than ten . per cent and one for less than two per cent Although the population of Norway is more uniformly served by libraries than the United States, Norway, like other European countries, derives its public library methods from America. Arne Kildal, who recently arrived in this country on leave of absence from the Bergen Public Library to take up special work for the Norwegian em bassy at Washington, reports that an Increasing number of Norwegian li brarians are attending library schools in the United States. Mr. Kildal, who is a graduate of the New York State Library School at Albany, estimates that at least thirty Norwegian librar ians h...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 June 1920

Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, June 18, 1020. SHREVEPORT NEWS BUY IT AT RENFRO'S, 7 Busy Rexall Dru Stores Proud Minutes for Class of 84. Mothers, fathers, Bisters, brothers, sweethearts and hundreds of others thronged the City Hall auditorium Fri day night to see Johnny or Mary walk shyly or boldly across the stage to re ceive their diplomas at the annual graduating exercises of the Senior High School. The number attending the exercises was roughly estimated to be somewhere between 1,600 and 2, 000. The hall was packed to its capaci ty, many were standing in the aisles, every available space was occupied by onlookers and several hundred were turned away at the door after the au ditorium became filled. William Clay Holmes, who w."j in troduced by G. C. Koffman, principal of the school, delivered hte annual commencement address, and chose for his subject: "Citizenship, Its Respon sibilities, both Old and New." He was frequently applauded during his ora tion. Miss Bessie Kupperman, ag...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 June 1920

Friday, June 18, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Seveo Cohen and Bessie Kupperman 'and Messrs. , Isaac Abramson, Harry Brandt, Joe Gold, Billy Lipshiti, Max Brandt, Sans Wexler, Ellis. Green wald, Albert Kaplan of Houston, Rob ert Black, Irvin Cohen, Eugene Rapa port, Ira Lewis, Morrii Schwartrburg, of Alexandria and Alter Swartzburg and the chaperones, Mesdames Joe Graeber, J. Castleman and D. L. Abrams. THE MIZRACHI IN BELGIUM. The Mizrachl in Belgium has of late developed very rapidly and the movement- in that country is now very ac tive.' The center of the Belgium Miz rachl is in the city of Antwerp, where there are many Orthodox Jews. The Mizrachi World Conference gave the movement in Belgium great stimu lus, and after the Conference, a public mass meeting was held in Antwerp, at which Chacham Bashi ben Zion and Rabbi Fishman of Palestine spoke. There are three large Young Peo ple's Mizrachl Organizations in Ant werp, two of them composed of young women. ample to the people that there...

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. — 18 June 1920

Eight THE JEWIP1 MONITOR Friday, June 18, 1920. 1 IeditqrialI i 1 II II 9m CONGRESSMAN FRITZ LAN-HAM. We are glad that no one has Vto1 4-ltA IKo1 inlipnftA 4rt Oil- imu tiic vau juuguiciiv tv cm" nounce his candidacy against our ' present congressman, Fritz Lan ham. It would have been worse than useless to have done so, for our Mr. Lanham is without doubt the most popular man that ever sat from this district. "' And Lanham is deservedly so. His fine sense of duty, his magni ficent devotion to the welfare of those whom he represents, his always-ready desire to aid his con stituents in every way, have en deared him to those who have had occasion to call upon him. He has not been a mere figure-head in Washington; he has counted for something, and he is going to be a much bigger man than he even now is. They have taken notice of him up there in the Capitol. His fine culture, his wide knowledge of things, his ability to speak and sav the risrht thincs at the richt time, have won him a pl...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 June 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, Juno 18, 1020. come the mouthpiece of baseless and wicked calumination. He is too big a man, too great a man, and too public spirited a man to fall into the methods of German and Russian intriguery. 1 We feel that the matter will V"' be righted soon and in the may mar the effors of the Anti Defamation League. RABBI BARNSTON REMAINS Rabbi Henry Barnston of Xf Houston has consented to with draw his resignation at the earn est solicitation of his congrega tion. At the same time, his salary WAS InPfMflMl. We are glad that our Texas colleague stays in Houston. He has served that community the best years of his life ; he has built his congregation up until it is bne of the strongest in this sec tion of the country. To have ner- mitted him to go, and then elect ed someone else in his place, at an increased salary would have been as unjust to him, as it would have been harmful to the ' . congregation, fy, We ought to realize what twenty years of service means. We ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 June 1920

Ten " .' IN THE FIELD OF JEWISH LABOR Furriers' Strike in New York A Pos sible Federation of All the Needle - Trades. ; , Py Eliaa Lieberman. On the 27th of May the furriers of New York went out on strike. Being well organized, their strike practically palayzed the whole industry in New York, As yet, the employers and em ployees are in a test of strength. A certain number of bosses have already settled, but their number is not large enough to justify anyone in calling the strike a success for the workers. The strike came not unexpected, al though there were hopes of it's being avoided. Since the causes that led to the final break are very characteristic of the economic condition of many industries at the present, I believe it . important to describe them. For the last few years the furriers witnessed a state of "prosperity." There was simply enough work, and the workers were able to make a de cent living. This favorable condition attracted many new workers to the trade. The employer...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 June 1920

Friday, June 18, 1920. WACO NEWS. (Continued from Page 8). ed. The hostess was assisted by her mother, Mrs. A. Novich, and Mrs. L. L. Gorin and Mrs. S. P. Jacobs. Others present were: -Misses Sadie Jach, Ida Rosenberg, Bertha Berkman, Ruth Leyinslci, Dor othy Rosenthal, Helen Goodman, Sadie Berkman, Rosalie Lazarus, Thelma Novich, Glen Jacobs; Mesdames M. Gollob and Ben Novich. MIm FrMnli Hoabau. Mis Ruth Gilbert of Fort Worth, THE JEWISH MONITOR nd Miss Fannie Snaman of Austin, were honor guests with Miss Leah Friedman, recently, at an enjoyable evening party, which featured games and dancing. The hostess was assisted by Mrs. Friedman and Miss Pauline Friedman. Afterward they drove out to the Bos que and were served appropriate re freshments. - In the party were: Misses Leah Friedman, Ruth Gilbert, Fannie Sna man, Helen Goodman, Annie and Leah Lippard, Eva Abrams, Bess Freeman, Dorothy Rosenthal, Gertrude Novich, Blooms and Sadie Kaplan, Elka Ja Pihllip Levinski, Bernard Sachs, Mon...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 June 1920

Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, June 18, 1920. X FLAG DAY JUNE 14TH. Flat; Day was celebrater last Mon day, June 14th. n that day, one hun dred and forty-three years ago the Congress of the United States declar ed the Stars and Stripes to be the em blem of the nation. With that symbol thirteen stripes and thirteen stars set in a field of blue the American col onies served notice to the world of the birth of a new and independent na tion whose motto was "Liberty." At that time some of the countries of the old world were under the iron heels of more powerful nations. Might made right. The appearance of the American flag, a "new constellation" as Congress termed it, was not without its signifi cance to the world at large. It signi fied that the American people had elected to live their own national life according to the wishes of the majori ty and that they were prepared to fight to hold on to their independence. The flag was particularly full of meaning to the subject peoples in Eu ...

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