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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 2 July 1920

L IF1OT1 i n wi IE. Ti 1 TTW y JUL 1UR i7-- i nut 2 I :.. 5i s n . v V; DP. GEOPGE TOX.qTOP lHiVVII WVss WW II yirLy I LA I jfeMf utem DR. GEORGE FOX, President (HAM iaBHlTZ, VIoe-hTwildei T.OUia MORRIS, Sec'yTreaa, X - . -. ) I Th editor It not reiponilble for vlewtl ru k 'expressed by coniriDUtore. Anonymouif I Mrtteri will receive no consideration. I I The editor It not reiponilble for vlewtl Jexpreeied by contributor!. AnonymoutV 'letteri will receive no coniiaeration. ( Entered In the Tort Worth PeetoffUe i e Second CUee MmU Matter y Ue Mea- Ntor Publlehlnf Company. ' VOL IX. NO. 15. FORT WORTH-DALLAS, TEXAS FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1920. Prk rive cmh FOREIGN and DOMESTIC NEWS FROM SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS 4 JEWISH GIRLS TO BE GIVEN VO CATIONAL TRAINING. Budapest: (By I. J. P. B.) Upon the initative of the Industrial leader, Mr. Okusiua Horvath, the Jewish commun ity of Budapest founded two vocational schools for Jewish girls. These schools an to give instruction in sewing, cut ting and k...

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. — 2 July 1920

rHE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 2, 1620. i oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo FORT WORTH NEWS 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. ATTENTION, YOUNG LADIES! Synagogue Ahavath Sholem:, Fri day evening services at 8 o'clock. Sat urday morning at 8 o'clock. Sabbath Scheol 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 5383, or 455. Mr. David Ballas left Tuesday for the Eastern market to buy goods for the new store which is to opened about July 15 and is to be located on Houston street. ' Mr. L. F. Shanblum, delegate from the Fort Worth District to the Jew ish Congress, ret...

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. — 2 July 1920

Friday, July 2, 1920. French design. Other guest prizes . were given to Misses Cohen and Field Schmidt, Mesdames Blumenthal, Pink Mil TT Tfl.l m 1. v muu ii. ivitiinman. ine nign score was won by Mrs. Charles Greenberg and 500 was won bv Mrs. Damnf. : Mrs. Chas. Greenburg complimented a .Mrs. J. N. Hirsh of Houston and the v'other visiting ladies with a bridge and "500" party at Lake Wichita. THE JEWISH MONITOS Virginia where he wan a student in the V. M. D. Miss Rosalie Fishel is visiting rel atives in Houston. Mr. Hardy Soloman was a business visitor in Oklahoma City Saturday. He motored home in a new King car that he purchased there. WACO. Mrs. I. Gabert of McAlister, Okla., fjl)turned to her home on Sunday, after " a' pleasant visit with her daughter, Mrs. H. A. Wood and her sister, Mrs. Mrs. J. A. Dannenbaum. Mr. William Marks spent several weeks in Houston and Galveston. The death of Mrs. Lena Meyer caus ed much sorrow among her many friends here. Mrs. Al Marks and Mrs. Sol Go...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 2 July 1920

K Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 2, 1920. jl'1'"'1 "I Inews from Dallas! Jews Will Build Modern Hospital. A movement now is under way to as sure for Dallas another modern hos pital to cost approximately $1,000,000 and to be erected with funds contrib uted by people of the Jewish faith in this city and in the surrounding ter ritory, according to an announcement made recently by Arthur L. Kramer, general chairman of the committee in charge of the project. The capacity of the hospital will be about 150 beds and construction work is expected to be gin about January 1, 1921. The decision to erect a Jewish hos pital in Dallas is the result of a sug gestion recently made by the Dallas Chapter of the Council of Jewish Women, according to Mr. Kramer. He explained that while it is the intention of the committee to solicit funds only from Jews, voluntary subscriptions have been received and will be accept ed from other sources whenever made. The active cempaign for funds will not commenc...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 2 July 1920

Friday, July 2, ' have only mercenaries. Can the soul die in the seemingly living: body? I am inclined to believe it can at least be seized with such an In ertia as to be to all intents and pur poses dead. The quicker the dollar, the deader the soul. In old age there is no greater danger than this antithesis. How many bodies have been reverent ly laid away, how many expectant mourners have dried their tears on a . very small bit of lace and have heard the lawyer clear his throat, adjust his spectacles, clear his throat again, readjust his spectacles (the clumsy old ass )and then proceed to unfold and read that clammy calumny, the last will and testament of a dead soul. Nothing lived for that being but dol lars, and he has tried to make thsm not only live after him, but live to eternity and dominate the lives of his descendants to the bitter end. It is a curious world. One can feel pleased, however, that many souls live even to the end of their clay house and af ter in a greater peac...

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. — 2 July 1920

"THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 2, 1920. It . 61x OUR WEEKLY NEW YORK LETTER. New York Jewish Social Activity Al most at a Standstill Most Leaders in Europe The Mizrachi Drive Hebrew National School Strike The American Academy Research. (Copyright, 1920, by I. J. P. B.) The hot summer weather has not overtaken New York as yet but Jewish communal activity has already adapte ed itself to it. There are no Jewish meetings of importance, no conven tions, no new drives for funds. Some work is still being done by the commit tees of the old drives which started several months ago, such as the Pales tine Restoration Fund Drive, the Re lief Drive, and the Drive of the Fed eration of Jewish Charities. These committees are trying to raise the missing sums necessary to fill the quota set for each drive. But this ef fort is continued not by our leaders and well-known men but rather by the associate workers, because our lead ers are not in New York just now. A great many of them' went to Europe. ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 2 July 1920

Friday, July 2, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Seven A HISTORY OF THE COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN. By Mrs. Hannah G. Solomon. "They used to think that the woman who belonged to a club was entirely too. radical for polite society, and so most of us contented ourselves with sewing circles and coffee-klatches. We learned to play cards and then we were the "equals of men," Mrs. Hannah G. Solomon of Chicago, the founder of the Council of Jewish Women and pioneer of women's club work in Am erica, laughingly said. Mrs. Solomon has been in women's club work since 1876, when as a school girl, barely out of her teens, she joined one of the first women's clubs in America. Those were the days when women met to worship fully discuss the mysteries of Brown ing's poetry, the far-off rumblings of woman suffrage and to mention with trepidation the subjects of higher edu cation for women. "I was considered quite radical," Mrs. Solomon said, "and the good la dies of Chicago were skepitcal indeed about whether I...

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. — 2 July 1920

Friday, July 2, 1920. 1 EDITORIAL THE JEWIPH MONITOR MAKE HIM PROVE IT. We picked the following up in the "Telegram" of Portland, Ore gon. We are republishing it be cause we want our readers to know what false and scurrilous libels are being circulated against Jews of the world. We are particularly alarmed at stuff of this sort, because the article is a "New York Times and Chi cago Tribune" production. These two dailies are among the most important in America, and their readers number into the millions. We do not know whether or not they were printed in those dail ieswe hope not. It is inconceiv able that Adolph Ochs, of the New York Times would permit dangerous drivel of this sort to go into his paper. He is a Jew of the finest type proud of his people, its achievements and its possibilities. He is a son-in-law of the late Dr. Isaac M. Wise, the foremost of the earlier American Reform Rabbis, and the founder of the Central Con ference of American Rabbis, the Hebrew Union College, a...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 2 July 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 2, 1920.' their relation to each other as husband and wife is more ethi cal, more practical and more es sential to the individual and ag gregate happiness of the race. Kansas City Jewish Chronicle. ZIONIST i ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA. Mrs. Nathan Straus, wife of Amer ica's most noted and beloved Jewish philanthropist, has given her entire collection of jewels to the Zionist Or ganization of America to be used in health rnd medical work in Palestine. Mrs. Straus made the gift at the same time that her husband gave the Zion ist Organization $100,000 for a Health and Medical Research department for the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, but at her request the gift was not made public until she had sailed for Europe. Mrs. Nathan Straus has donated all her Jewels, including many priceless heirlooms, to the Zionist Organization of America for the development of medical and health service in Palestine Dr. Stephen S. Wise, vice-president of the Organization announ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 2 July 1920

Ten THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 2, 1920 A HISTORY OF THE JEWISH COUNCIL OF WOMEN. (Continued from Page 7(. organization permitted to carry on welfare work at Ellis Island. They could scarcely forsee the honored ' place the Council holds in the National Council of Women of the United States, the National Federation of Women's Clubs and International Council of Women. "But our pioneers builded well, and so carefully that they may yet recog nize in the Council of Jewish Women of today, the foundations which they themselves laid, for the spirit of the work has remained unchanged even i.1 L 1L - 1. !i 1 1 -1 1 wiuugn uie wuik useu una tiiaiigeu ' with changing times. The ranks of the ! workers still include many of our "old tlmara " wlin naaifitad in fha fnrmn. tion of the Council, Mrs. Rebekah Kohut, of New York; Mrs. Pauline Rosenberg of Cincinnati; Mrs. Caesar Misch of Providence, R. I., Mrs. Jul ius Beer of New York, and many others." of the Society, and Chairman of the committee...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 2 July 1920

Friday, July 2, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR ElTn Get Your Needs Supplied by One of the Well Known Firms Listed on this Page Warm Weather Is Here and it's time to think of an Ol'EN-FRONT and SIDE Auto top for that Touring Car or Roadster of yours How about it? Whether You Are Going to Keep or Sell Your Car Our Tail ored Tops Will Make it More Cheerful to Look At IT'S A PLEASURE TO RIDE UNDER ONE OF OUR TOPS ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN FORT WORTH AUTO TOP WORKS Phone Lamar 2555 1213 Commerce St. Fort Worth, Texas Our mechanics are skilled auto repair men. Let us repair that car. We pull you in day or night. Cars washed, greased and stored. Gas, air and oil night and day 15,000 feet of floor space. We will sell your ar at nominal charge. We have the most modern and up-to-date garage in the city. Give us a trial. Parrent Garage 1009-11 Commerce St. Lamar 985 Two Doors North of Majestic. WE CAN REPAIR IT BRING YOUR BLOWN-OUT TIRES TO US We can repair it promptly and guarantee satisfaction. V...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 2 July 1920

TweWt 'HE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 2, 1920. THE JEWISH CONGRESS. Let us at the outset express our gratification at the step taken at the Jewish Congress in Philadelphia last week, when this great and important organization placed itself upon what we hope will be a permanent basis for all time. There is need for such an in stitution as the American Jewish Con gress in the life of our communities in this great republic. We have in the past ventured to point out the main reasons for this, our belief, and re gard this as an opportune moment to repeat what is to us the chief factor sustaining our contention. The Con I gress is representative of all shades and directions of American Jewish thought, and is recruited upon a thor ouroughly democratic basis and princi ple. This is the reason which in our i,jinion demanded the permanent con tmuance of the organization. At Philadelphia, if the reports of the industrious pressmen may be ac cepted, stirring scenes attended the holding of the C...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 2 July 1920

Friday, July 2, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Thirteen cussed at the world conference through reports furnished by the American delegates and plans will be formulated for carrynig then through on world wide scale, Mrs. I. Sieff, London, . a leading English woman Zionist was chiefly responsible for the calling of a world women's Zionist Conference. Mrs. Sieff led the fight, which finally re sulted in Jewish women being grant ed equal rights in the voting in Jewish Palestine, where the first elections found five women elected as delegates to the first assembly. Lieb Yaffe, well known Hebrew Yiddish poet, who recently arrived in Palestine from Russia, has been ap pointed on the Zionist Commission by the Actions Committee. A mutes' institution is planned by the Jerusalem Jewish Medical As sociation. Statistics are being gathered as to the number of Jewish mutes in Palestine. Wines, oranges, barley, lentils and soap were Palestine's exports for Feb ruary, totalling L102.216. Over 203, 000 lit...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 2 July 1920

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 2 July 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOI Friday, July 2, 1920. adopted in Russia, that country, too, will be invited to accede." The investigating: bureaus of the League have already taken up the question of the food and coal supply in the continental countries lately at war, and preparations are being made to wage a systematic campaign against the terrible ravages of typhus in Poland; and the neighboring lands. The International Health Office which will soon be under way will have the general direction of this campaign. These are, briefly stated some of the things which the League of Na tions has started in to do, or is about to begin. Whether the United States continues to place itself on a level with . Ecuador, Roumania and Portugal or not, the work of the League will go on, not always with success perhaps, but always with the possibility of doing more for the peace and well-being of the world than any other international agency which has heretofore been call ed into existence. Mr. Fosdick has told hi...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 2 July 1920

Sixteen ; ' THEJEWISH MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 'Phone, Lamir 6460 THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 2, 1920. ..j Henry Morgenthau, and within a very short time, made more than 100 gar ments for needy Jewish children of Poland. On. GEORGE FOX ' EDITOR LOUIS MORRI8 Builnesa Manager U. M. CERF Circulation Manager BIBLICAL PAGEANT IN BROOKLYN. (Continued on Page 16). from the congregation in sending out 650 monthly bulletins containing a ifrogram of the Congregation's activi ties for the current month. The society also aided Dr. Alexander Lyons in dis tributing appeals for a more universal observance of Passover, and as a re sult there was a marked increase in attendance at services on that holiday. The entire congregation is entertained by the Auxiliary at a reception in the Religious School Auditorium, follow ing services. From the Auxiliary emanated the idea of religious school library, which has been started with a donation of books by Mr. Theophile Weill...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 9 July 1920

in? i . he mi -ft. - - - W;, OEOROB FOX, President 1 ISAM UPBHITZ, Vlce-1'r-.-.ldent T.0UI9 M0R1U8, Bec'y-TreM. VOL. IX. NO. 16. I The editor It not reiponilbU for vliwii 'eipresned by contributor!. Anonymoual 'letters will receive no consideration. j FORT WORTH-DALLAS, TEXAS FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1920. IP n f r In V. . w ... . PriM Fivt Otata 1 FOREIGN 'DQMEST.Tr N P w"oll ' " IAL COlREgPONDBXTi POLISH ANTI-SEMITES ADVO CATE JIM CROW CARS FOR JEWS. Warsaw (By Lj.f. B.)-The anti Semitic newspaper, "Dwa Grosche," has come forward with the project that the Jews should be limited to sep arate cars on the trains. It proposes further that special ticket offices and station entrances be established for them. This proposal was made in a "friendly" spirit as a solution so it alleged to the problem', which, ac cording to it, must result from tho government order to bar all unclean persons from traveling on the trains. If this order is strictly applied, Jests this journal, "the whole Jewish na tion...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 9 July 1920

Twt THE JEWISH MONITOR IFORT WORTH NE.WSl NOTICE. Regular meeting of Isldor Straus Lodge No. 619, I. 0. B. B., fint and third Wednesday! 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 Scheol Saturday morning, 10 o'clock. Please Phone News Items to Lamar 6460, Rosedale 6383, or 465. Mrs. A. H. Gans leaves for Denver, Colo., to join her husband, where they will make their future home. Mr. Sam Breacher and daughter, Mrs. M. Gilbert, left for the Eastern markets. While in New York Mr. Breacher is Invited to attend the Fall Fashion Fete to be given at Hotel Commodore July 14th by the Whole sale and United Garment Workers of the United States of which organiza tion Mr. Breacher is a member of. Therefore, upon his return he will be able t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 9 July 1920

Friday, July 9, 1920. THE JEWISH. MONITOR Tkm nounce the engagement of their daugh ter, Anne, to Harold I. Salins of Chi cago, HL '.The marriage of Meyer Friedman and Miss Miriam yictor will be solemn ized at the home of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Victor, at 414 West Magnolia street on Monday, June 21, at 5 o'clock in the afternoon. Rabbi Samuel, Marx of Tempel Beth El will officiate. - . . Miss Carolyn Jane Victor, who has been visiting her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Bodenheimer of Houston, returned to her home yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Bodenheimer of Houston who arrived yesterday for the Victor-Freidman wedding are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Frank on Laurel street Leslie Bodenheimer of St Louis is visiting his mother and sisters on Magnolia avenue, having come for the wedding of his niece, Miss Miriam Victor. Jake Freidman of Mobile, Ala., ar rived Thursday to visit his nephew, Meyer Freidman and attend the Victor-Freidman wedding. Leon Freidman of Birmingham, A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 9 July 1920

Pour THE JEWISH MONITOR NEWS FROM DALLAS Miss Adele Friedburger and Miss Helen Friedman are spending a week in Galveston. Mr. Abe Hurwitz of Houston has re turned home after a pleasant visit in the Fram household. 1 Mrs. Nate Freeman and children of Waco, are visiting parents and grand parents, Rev. and Mrs. A. Fram. Mr. and Mrs. I. Rude received Sun day afternoon and night, honoring their daughter, Fannie, whose engage ment to Ben E. Goldberg has recently been announced. About three hundred guests called and many out of town friends were present. Al Black and Miss Grace Wolf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. Wolf, were united in marriage Sunday after noon at the home of the bride's par ents, Rev. Fram performing the cere mony. The bride was attended by Miss Elizabeth Black and Henry Rosen was best man. The groom entered with his ' parents, and the bride was given in marriage by her parents .She was dressed in a beaded creation of white georgette with a veil in cap fashion, and carried a...

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