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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 16 July 1920

Friday, July 16, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Nine RELIGION NOT PRIVATE MAT TERS TO GERMAN INDE PENDENT SOCIALISTS. Berlin: (By L J. P. B.) The local Independent Socialist 'Party hat adopted .a resolution to the effect that its candidates for political office may not belong: to any religious group. By adopting this new attitude the Independent Socialists have dis carded the old rule that religion is a private affair of the individual and must not be held against him. It is interesting to note that among the founders of the Independ ent Socialist Party were Hugo Haase, and Emanuel Wurm, avowed Jews; V Dr. Cohn it even a Poale-Zlonist; Eichhorn, the chief of police in Ber lin is a Jew; and jMrs. Hubler and Mrs. Zietz, both descendants of Jews, and leaders in the Party, were Evangelists. the view of qualifying- myself for the of fice to which I now aspire. I have an al most complete file of the Texua Railroad Commission Reports, also a number of the Interstate Commerce Commission re ports,...

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. — 16 July 1920

Ten JEWISH BRAVERY AND LOYALTY. THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 16, 1920 That our people are capable of cour ageous deeds in the face of danger and the most heroic achievement and dis tinction on the battlefield has been suf ficiently demonstrated in the recent war. Their courage and capability have been so conspicuous, in fact, that Russia under the Czar at one time pro hibited the publication of the names of Jews who distinguished themselves in battle. The adoption of such a meas ure at that time indicates clearly that even the Russian government, which was not over-sensitive, felt that its barbarious treatment of the Jews would have become too glaring if the full extent of Jewish bravery had be come fully known. And, if the Jewish soldier in Russia, where he was denied all human rights, fought so bravely, how much greater was his bravery in the armies of civilized countries where the Jew has enjoyed civil and political equality. All this is, of course, in keeping with the establi...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 16 July 1920

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 16 July 1920

Twain THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 16, 1920 PRESIDENT SCHURMAN ENDOR SES STUDENT CONGREGA TION AT CORNELL. The student congregation at Cor nell University, Ithaca, N. Y., has en joyed the cordial support of its dis tinguished president, Dr. Schurman, who has done all within his power to further the effort of the Jewish stu dents there to receive religious in struction and edification. Rabbi Louis J. Kopald of Buffalo, N. Y., reports, as representative of the Department of Synagog and School Extension. This student organization has been in existence for several years. During the war period, services were held in termittently, but Rabbi Kopald pre dicts that next season the services will be conducted more regularly, and attended by larger numbers than in former years. The attendance at these student ser vices ranges from forty to a hundred and fifty. Rabbis from cities adjacent to Ithaca, have officiated in previous years. A like policy will be pursued during the coming season and ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 16 July 1920

Friday, July 16, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Thirteen brew Union College Scholarship Fund, makes each member aware of her per sonal obligation to this great institu tion of Jewish learning. Every mem ber individually conducts a financial enterprise and donates the money thus derived to the Auxiliary's Scholarship Fund. During the past season, the auxil iary celebrated its twenty-second an niversary with a luncheon, which was a great success both socially and fin ancially. There is no limit to the ingenious methods which Sisterhoods devise for obtaining funds to fulfill their finan cial obligations to their Temples' ac tivities. The Sisterhood of the New Synagog, New York City, for in stance, desiring to contribute to the Educational Fund of the Religious School, has arranged a series of three '"ures to be given respectively in rprember, January and February of next winter. They will be by a politi cal economist, a literateur and a hu morist. A moderate charge for admis sion will be mad...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 16 July 1920

Fourteen LAMAR 108 Union Transfer Co Moving Vans, Fir Proof 8torag Baggage Transfer Office and Warehouse: 1704 Jones Street Mention th Monitor In calling. THE TASTE TELLS SHAW BROS. Pure Ice Cream ITS QUALITY SUPREME Lamar 1358 Westbrook Hotel 300 Fire Proof Rooms 200 Bathe FORT WORTH, TEXAS Lee Huckins OKLAHOMA CITY The Huckins TEXARKANA, TEXAS Jewish Organizations & Pro fessional Men Should know what the Jewish Press writes about them The Jewish Press In All Languages la Read and Clipped by us. We are the first and only Jewish Clipping; Service For Clippings from the Jewish Press write to Clipping Dept. INTERNATIONAL JEWISH PRESS BUREAU, Ine. Beekmsn Street NEW YORK Telephone) Cortlsndt S4M DELCO-UGHT The complete Electric Light lad Fewer Plant Plenty of bright, safe, clean electric light Nn mora hot, imoky lames. v. m. BRATTEN ft CO., Distributors 1001-5 Throckmorton Street Fort Worth. ... Tenae rOOOO0OOOO0O0O0O0 FOR THE SMOKER WHO CARES JAMES STEPHEN HOGG 7e CIGAR VHE JEWISH...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 16 July 1920

Friday, July 16, 1920. THE JEWISH MONIT01 llftora SUMMER SERVICES. There is no reason why Jewish houses of worship should be closed during the summer months. Religion should not be regarded as a matter of convenience, but as an essential ele ment in our lives. We can see no reas on why services should be suspended in hot weather. If the rabbi is on a va cation some one can always be found in the community to conduct services. Some arrangement should be made to have a rabbi in the city during the summer. We are of the opinion that public services during the summer are based upon ethical considerations. Evidences are too numerous showing that our re ligious observances are governed too much by expediency and convenience, and not by self-denial and self discip line, which are so essential in the de velopment of our moral character. The thermometer should not be the index of our piety. The tendency today is to place a higher estimate upon physical comfort than religious ob ligation, and...

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

Sixteen THE JEWJSH MONITOR Friday, July 16, 1920 THEJEWISHMONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. Phon, Lamar 6440 OH. GEORGE FOX EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS ButlneM Managtr U. M. CERF Circulation Manager THE RABBI. There is no more exalted position than that of rabbi. The conscientious rabbi who is faithful in the perform ance of his duties is worthy of the highest respect, and the greatest care should be exercised by congregations in selecting their spiritual leader. Nothing is more humiliating than the trial sermon, and we are glad that this method is not pursued to such a great extent by congregations as in former years. Men who are the best qualified to fill such positions are not willing to stand this undignified test of their ability, and after all is said and done the trial sermon is not only an unjust method of selecting a rab bi, but it is an erroneous one, because oratorical qualifications alone do not make the rabbi. The true rabbi must not only be a preacher but ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 23 July 1920

The r n 1 KWl I LY TLl M XE ; (DR. OEOROTC FOX, Prenldent ) 8AM MPRIIITZ, VIce-I'roHldent V U.OUI8 MORRIS, Bec'y-Treaa. )TJie editor In not rennonalble for vlwi cxpreaaed by contributor. AnonymouiV letter will receive no comlderatlon, t ( Ki t Ulor Entered In the Fort Worth Poatofflc 1 Beeond Cliira Mull Matter by the Hon- V rubiianinir company. l VOLUME IX. NO. 18 FORT WORTH-DALLAS, TEXAS FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1920. Price Five Cents FOREIGN and DOMESTIC NEWS FROM SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS JEWISH SCHOLARS IN GERMANY Berlin: (By I. J. P. B.) Professor Lydia Rabinovitz, a Jewess, has had the unique distinction of being elected as the chief bacteriologist in the main hospital of Moabit. The world i-enowed' surgeon, James Israel, has recently celebrated his ju ' bilee as a doctor. Many universities, scholars, and Jewish communities .' acnt Dr. Israel their warm felt greet ings, and wished him many more years of service to humanity. w t I rroicssor wygoazinsKy, a jew, was i elected the head of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 23 July 1920

Two PHE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 23, 1920. fort worth newsI NOTICE. Regular meeting of Iildor Straus Lodge No. 519, I. 0. B. B., fint 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 Scheol Saturday morning, 10 o'clock. Please Phone News Items to Lamar 6460, Rosedale 6383, or 456. Last Tuesday evening a farewell party was given in honor of Miss Rose Olian of St. Louis at the Lake. After a delightful luncheon on the beach the gathering enjoyed an hour of dancing. The party consisted of Misses Mary Weinstein, Dora Eckert, Goldie Lip schitz, Rose Olian and Messrs. Nathan Persky, Nathan Hoffman, Morris Per sky, Abe Arbeiter, George Weinstein, Abe Fleet of Hogtown, Texas and Dr. and Mrs. Ed Krist. Miss Olian left We...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 23 July 1920

Friday, July 23, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Thr-e have returned from an enjoyable visit to Dallas. Miss Lois Herz has returned for a year's stay in New York. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Hirschfelder leave for Chicago and Detroit this week. Miss Libbye and Eva Davidson are summering at Ottawa Beach, Mich. Mrs. L. Fred left for Chicago to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. Gold berg, and will remain for the Fred Goldberg wedding on the 8th of Au gust. Mrs. D. Lebovitz left on Sunday for Fall River, Mass. where she will spend the summer with her parents. Miss Mary Novich is in New York where she will make fall purchases for the Novich shop. Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Goodman and son Aubrew, are spending the sum mer in Chicago and New York. Mt Phone Lamar 6530 Main and Houston at SeconJ We Will Give You 82 For Your Old Machine on the purchase of The Free Sewing Machine the world's admitted best home sewing machine. (Terms) AMERICAN JEWISH RELIEF WORK. Over $31,000,000 has been expended in American Jewish Rel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 23 July 1920

Pour " " THE JEWISHMONITOR Friday, July 23, 1920. Inews from Dallas STATE ' TUBERCULOSIS SANA. TORIUM. Dr. and Mrs. H. R. Levy have re turned from their bridal trip to Cali fornia and are at home at Oak Lawn Inn. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Goldman and daughter, Helen Mae, left Sunday af ternoon for an extensive visit to East ern resorts. Mr. and Mrs. B. Roth of Marshall, who were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Munsey, have returned to their home. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mallinson, who toured California on their honey moon, have arrived in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Star have re turned from a visit to California and are at home at the Park Hotel. Mrs. Lawrence S. Pollack has re turned from the East. Miss Mildred Liebman will leave this week for Philadelphia where she will visit friends. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Nossek have re turned from California where they spent their honeymoon and are living at Oak Lawn Inn. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Bloom are vis iting in the city for several days. They are on th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 23 July 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR ; Friday July 23, 1920. lois will conceal the - fact, " spitting wherever It is convenient, coughing and sneezing without covering the face, in these ways scattering the germs of disease broadcast over the land? There must be a complete change of front on the public's part A more intelligent attitude must be adopted in its treatment of the con sumptive, and when that occurs not only will the consumptive undertake all necessary precautions for the pro tection of others but others, not known invalids but nevertheless hawk ers, coughers, and spittcrs, all spread ing respiratory disease, will be ready to take up the use of the sputum cup 'tf and the handkerchief. SADISTIC MURDERS TY HUN GARIAN SOLDIERY. Budapest: (By I. J. P. B.) Many of the murders committed by Hungarian officers and soldiers are so revolting, bo bestial, that they can not be the acts of normal people, however en raged, but of psychopaths. It is more than probable that abnormals are leading the blood...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 23 July 1920

Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 23, 1920. "MOST OF WORLD'S FINEST MU SICIANS JEWS." Says Rachmaninoff in Special Inter view for "The Jewish Tribune" By Alfred Lieben. When Tschaikovsky visited this country on the occasion of the open ing of Carnegie Hall, thirty odd years ago, he was acclaimed by the large audiences here, as the "Modern Music Lord," whose fame had just penetrat ed the New World. Rachmaninoff, a refugee from Sov ict Russia, these last two years, al though not a stranger to these shores, was received with open arms by the vast throng of music lovers from the Atlantic to the Pacific. His second concert tour was an unbroken series of triumps. The fascination of a piano virtuoso added to the fame of a cele brated composer, proved irresistible to American audiences. These audien ces whether they be of New York, Cleveland, Chicago or San Francisco, are composed largely of Jews. One has only to look at the audfences which crowd our Symphony Concerts to real ize the trem...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 23 July 1920

Friday, July 23, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR 8rra The inseperable cigarette had burn ed down. The features of the giant of Moscow were overhung with the pro found sadness that denoted the long ing for the great country that he so dearly loves. I had a peek into the sanctuary of a great man, whose ex ceptional culture and marvelous mus ical attainments have securely placed him in the front row of masters of mu sic. Beethoven's Sonatas lay open be fore the piano. In leaving I had a glimpse of a floral tribute from his last triumph as a virtuoso. (Cour tesy Jewish Tribune.) ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA. Bishop Cameron Mann, of Florida, Dr. Charles H. Mayo of Rochester, Minn., Mrs. Alfred Noye, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dittenhoefer of New York, Mrs. David Lubin of New York, Mrs. Hfbben, Rev. G. Colin Hughes, of No wich, Eng., Rev. A. Van' Sever of Graymoor, Garrison, N. Y., Rev. J. F. Fogarty of Philadelphia, Rev. J. F. Oberwinkels of St. Mary's, Mo., Rev. P. J. O'Flynn, Beaver Falls, Pa., Re...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 23 July 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 23, 19201 l& IeditorialI a : THE INNOCENT SUFFER While the civilized world grap V pies with its tangled political problems, war continues to rage throughout a great part of Eu rope, and the innocent suffer. Six thousand Jewish children are starving in Poland we are told by Dr. Boris Bogen, head of the American Jewish Relief Com mission in Poland. In spite of America's liberality in sending food, clothing and money to re lieve distress, those innocent babes are stricken with all the awful anguish of starvation. Will the nations not hear their pitiful wails and for all time bring peace into the world! Would that all men might hear the Prophet's proclamation that men must "beat their swords into plough shares and their spears into pruning hooks." Israel has point ed the way of joy, of happiness and peace to all ages. God grant that all men may soon erase their blasting hatreds from their hearts and hear the leading call of humanity. The Detroit Jew i...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 23 July 1920

Friday, July 23, 1920. THE JEWISH'MONITOR Nina stigmatized as a Jewish line of business. '' s J ' ' As an organizer, Bernard Can tor was exceptionally able. WrJie a young man he establishe 1, al most without any assistance, a Young Men's Hebrew Associa tion in Buffalo, N. Y. His talent in this direction would have been given wide scope in the duties ft signed to him in his capacity ps assistant to Stephen S. Wise. He died a martyyr. When the sum mons came for volunteers to cross the ocean and distribute among the suffering Jews of Eastern Europe the funds col lected in this country f6r this purpose,, he offered. his services immediately. And now, he has laid down his life upon the order of duty. In the honor role of brave men who died for humani ty during and immediately fol lowing the great war, his name will be written in letters of gold. He will not be forgotten by those that knew him, and his glorious death will compensate partially for the pang that is felt at his untimely assa...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 23 July 1920

Tta adolph solomon; leader of rumanian jewry, dead. THE JEWISH MONITOR By Leo Wolfson. (Copyright, 1920, by I. J. P. B.) News of the death of Adolph Solo mon, one of the leading Rumanian Jews, has reached - this country through the Rumanian presj. He died in Bucharest last June 15th. The news papers also report that all the Jews of Rumania are mourning for him: that on the day of his funeral all the Jewish business houses in Bucharest were closed, and that thousnnds gath ered at his grave to do him final hon or. Panegyrics were delivered by the leadng rabbis and the foremost Jewish citizens. In many of the ohev cities of Rumania memorial meetings were held. Everyone mourns the irrepara ble loss which Rumanian Jewry suf fered through his demise. In him all have lost a staunch defender of their interests; the orphans and the wid owsa protector; the destitute a friendly, helping friend and teacher. Adolph Solomon was one of the most interesting personalities in Ru mania. He was a self-...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 23 July 1920

Friday, July 23, 1920. a steel pillar and demanded justice and protection for his brethren. His stand was the worthiest and proudest ever taken by the Jews of Rumania and aroused the greatest admiration. To their credit it may be said, that the other community leaders and the Jews of Bucharest stood with him and like loyal soldiers obeyed every command of their aired general. It was my privilege to meet Mr. Solomon when I visited Rumania. I spent much time conversing with him, and attended several meetings at which he presided. His was a sympa thetic character. He had a gentle voice and mild ces. His face express ed his kindliness, fie never spoke of himself or of what he accomplished. His manner bespoke reserve and con trol. The wealth of experience that was his made it a pleasure to hear him npeak. I ahull never forget the old Jewish fighter and shall always be grateful to the opportunity that en abled me to meet him. Last September he visited America, and was received by the lead...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 23 July 1920

Tw1t THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 23, 1020. POLES RE-INTRODUCE THUMB-SCREW. Warsaw: (By I. J. P. B.) If the in famous Torquemada were to rise from his grave and Bee how the Poles tor ture their political prisoners in the dungeons of Minsk, he would admit that times have changed, and that the modern Polish officials are more in genious than the medieval Spanish in-' quisitors. A blood chilling tale of tor ture and mutilation of human bodies is told in several letters which have been smuggled out of the prisons of Minsk. The eyes of Jewish children are burnt with lighted cigarettes. Fingers are crushed by closing doors.' Infernal thumbscrews are tightened on human fingers and toes, until both flesh and bone form one grounded mass. Iron caps are fastened on the heads of men and women, and are tightened until the eyes come out of their sockets. The soldiers in charge kick men, women and children with their heavy boots into insensibility. Often their ribs are broken and even their che...

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