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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 30 July 1920

Friday July 80 1920. i THE JEWISH MONITOR Sam Daichea and Mr. Aaron Levine. Mrs. Ike Mintz and little son Jos- eph of Dallas are the guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Goldman. Mr. Alfred Goldman is in St. Louis on business. . Mr. Ed Cans of Tyler spent Sunday here. LaBt Sunday evening at 6 o'clock Rabbi Joseph Stolz and Miss Rose Miller were wedded at the home of the bride's brother Mr. Harry Miller. Only the relatives and very close friends of the bride were present to witness the impressive nuptials which is the consummation of a love affair which began when Dr. Stolz was the popular Rabbi of Temple Beth-El here and extremely popular with both Gentile and Jew for his broad liberal policy culture and intellect. Rabbi Fa- ber of Tyler officiated performing the truly impressive Hebrew marriage ceremony which is indeed a wedding of two lives into one until death doth them part. The bride was very hand- some in her going away gown strictly taillcur with all accessories to match. Af...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 30 July 1920

!our . THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday July 80 1920. IK NEWS FROM DALLAS Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Kahn Miss Ma- rie Kahn and Lawrence Kahn are in New York. Mr. Aaron Landauer Mrs. L. Land- auer and sons are enjoying a dilghtf ul summer at Atlantic City and New York. Mrs. Sam Mittenthal will leave soon for California to be gone during the remainder of the summer. Mr. L. Phillipson and daughter Mrs. Arnold E. Harris have gone to Estes Park Colorado. Herman Phillipson left last week for a visit to Omaha Neb. and Colo- rado. Miss Magdalene Lorch returned to the city Saturday from New York where she spent several weeks. Miss Schon Landman of Waco is in the city the guest of Misses Dorothy Lorch and Blanche Mittenthal. Arthur L. Kramer and family of Dallas are guests at the Ambassador Hotel Santa 'iarbara California. Misses Francis and Theresa Alex- ander gave a delightful bridge party last Wednesday morning In honor of their guest Miss Dorothy Keller of Oklahoma. A salad an ice course was served to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 30 July 1920

Friday July 80 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR P1t THE YESHIVA THE JEWISH SANCTUARY. "Only Knowledge Will Save Judaism in America" Says Head of Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary. The fact that the Rabbi Isaac El- chanan Theological Seminary better known as the "Yeshiva" has purchas- ed several buildings on East Broad- way New York in order to enable the institution to enlarge its scope of work gave the writer an opportunity to discuss the question of Jewish edu- cation in America and the work of the Yeshiva which has its present home at 9-11 Montgomery street New York. With Rabbi Dr. Bernard Revel one of the greatest living rabbinic schol- ars president of the faculty of the Yeshiva. I found Dr. Revel in his study at the Yeshiva. Books everywhere the walls lined with bookshelves from floor to ceiling. On the tables books and even on the chairs. The Yeshiva was a busy beehive. The pupils of the Yeshiva High school were preparing for their graduation exercises and the others were get...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 30 July 1920

Us THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday July 80 1920. A Jewish Tribunal By Dr. Samuel Buchler Founder of Jewish Court of Arbitration. (Copyright 1920 by I. J. P. B.) The establishment of the Jewish Court of Arbitration a Tribunal to administer the Mosaic Law is the first attempt in the history of the Jews of the City of New York to set- tle religious disputes synagogual controversies and all other disagree- ments growing out of the religious life of the Jew by applying the prin- ciples of the old Hebraic Law. The Tribunal is composed of persons who are fittted by their character ability and training for the performance of such duties. Prominent members of the Bench and Bar of the City and of the State have spoken of this new departure in terms of highest praise and commen- dtion. It is hailed as an institution pro- motive of greater public and private justice. Jurists look upon it as new tribunal to try cases never contem- plated by the laws of the State which must necessarily result in better...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 30 July 1920

Friday July 30 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR and present their case with the least fear of annoyance. The litigants never leave the Court without shaking hands without expressing their deep appreciation and gratitude to the judges for their sacrifices of time and energy on the altar of peace and har- mony. The composition of the Court is such as to inspire confidence in its findings and to command implicit obedience and reverence for its dic- tates. It is composed of three men a Judge (Municipal County or Su- preme Court Judge) a Rabbi and a business man. Such a personnel is well calculated to recommend itself to the Jew and induce him to in- trust his case to it. The Rabbi is there to jealously guard over the religious aspect of the case. He is conversant in all the complicated doctrines and refine- ments of Jewish equity and juris- prudence. His life-work consists of probing deeply into the hidden re- cesses of the Jews' law of follow- ing the principles to their primary sources and ra...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 30 July 1920

Friday July 80 1920. A SOLEMN DUTY IS1 THE JEWISH MONITOR An Appeal to the Readers of this Paper Joseph Weldon Bailey on July 24 won the greatest victory ever recorded by a candidate for high office in this state. Running for Governor of Texas without an organization except in a few of the larger cities he led the ticket in a field of four. Inspired by the remarkable record made by him in that primary his friends are determined that he shall be nominated for this office in the second priamry on August 28 by one of the largest majorities ever given a candidate in this State. To this end organizations are being perfected throughout the State. To this end willing workers have already taken the field in all sections of the State to make the victory certain. ' THE PEOPLE OF TEXAS ARE DETERMINED THAT THEIR GOVERN- MENT SHALL BE WRESTED FROM THE POLITICAL MACHINE NOW DOMINATING IT AND THAT IT SHALL BE RESTORED TO THEM. To this end we appeal to every citizen of Texas to awaken now to the be...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 30 July 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Nint CONFRONTING TEXAS Friday July 80 1920. ;al Adv. - f -.'' V ; l 1 MS v' v. r. V j . V V.' LDON BAILEY WIS STATE AS HE IS OPPOSED TO IG TO DICTATE IT. HE IS IN FAVOR jE GOVERNING. i lo remove from the backs of the tax pay- d of the present extravagant and intol- !to reduce this burden one-half. He j Austin a horde of petty office-holders j are living at the expense of the hon- A CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR 1ST OF THE GREAT MASSES OF THIS F - ANY CHURCH ORGANIZATION INIES. i for Governor charged and by the re- i of the Baptist church in Texas are at tempting to perpetuate themselves by electing Pat Neff Governor of this State. There is as much reason why the Catholic church should at. tempo this. There is as much reason why those of the Jewish faith should attempt it. There is no reason why the sovereign voters of Texas should place the stamp of approval upon the efiort of any church to control the pities of the State. When the time comes that any religious denominat...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 30 July 1920

J THE JEWISH MONITOR SIXTEEN YEAR OLD JEWISH BOY HEROICALLY DEFENDED AGED MOTHER. Uzhorod Czechoslovakia: (By I. J. P. B.) A'young Jewish boy of a village near Munkacs in northern Czechoslo- vakia bravely defended his sixty year old mother and his two brothers against a group of armed riotous sol- diers who attempted to break into their home in the middle of the night. From their peaceful sleep all the members of this Jewish family were suddenly awakened by a loud rap- ping on their closed gate and by harsh drunken voices that demanded to be admitted. When no one in the house stirred to obey the soldiers be- gan to shoot through the windows The director of the company Fazekas did not like his presence in the estab- lishment and pointed him out to the Brachial military officers. He was im- mediately taken in hand but after a short incarceration was released to be kept under constant observation. Somehow the officers' detachment was informed that Friedman carried 300000 kronen on his ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 30 July 1920

Friday July 30 1920. rHE JEWISH MONITOR' EUvcb URGE MOTHERS TO SET EXAM- PLE IN RELIGIOUS OBSERVANCES. Fearful lest the Jewish children yield to indifference in the observance of the religious ceremonials Mrs. Henry Bauer in presenting her an- nual report to the Temple Sisterhood of Atlanta urged her fellow members "to bring the young folks of the con- gregation into the religious life of the community by forming the habit of attending divine cervices so as to in- still into the minds of our youth a love and reverence for our holidays." This note witnessed with more emphasis this year than ever was mingled with a certain "sadness because the time has come to sever the most cordial and delightful relationship that has ex- isted for three years." The report shows that with the ne- cessity for emergency war work no longer existing the activities of the Sisterhood have been confined within the sanctuary with only an occasion- al excursion to show that religion and humanity go hand in ha...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 30 July 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR maay July so 1920. . I EDITORIAL I- & A MARCH FOR JUDAISM. Next November a remarkable journey is to be undertaken by a number of prominent Jewish men. While it will not be a re- ligious crusade it will neverthe- less be for the cause of relig- ion. It is to be a march for Ju- daism. One hundred men all of them eminent as men of light and leading in their communities have agreed to tour two hundred cities of the United States in the interests of Judaism. These men will not sell anything. They are not going to collect funds. They will set forth to examine the status of the Jewish religion in America and to outline what can be done to stimulate still greater interest in Judaism and to deepen the spiritual con- sciousness of the American Jewish people. The men enlisted in this pil- grimage represent the flower of American Jewish manhood. Through their efforts and abili- ties they have attained a high rank and command the esteem of their fellowmen. These men are to...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 30 July 1920

Friday July SO 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Thirteen "Are we or our children after us in any danger in this coun- try?" he asks. "I think not but it is well to remember that pub- lic opinion is plastic." It is the intention of the Lea- gue in extending its work ac cording to Mr. Kraus "to awak- en the consciousness of our fel- low citizens to the true worth of the Jew and to defeat by every means within our power all attempts to destroy the character which the Jew has de- servedly acquired as a true loy- al and valuable factor in Amer- ican civilization and in world economy." . "Statements however false and misleading" Mr. Kraus states in his letter "must inev- itably if often enough repeated and not refuted be accepted as true. It is the League's duty and function to refute them. Truth is on our side but we must bring that truth home to the public." In this case the B'nai B'rith should not only receive the co- operation and financial support of every member of the Order but of every Je...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 30 July 1920

Fourteen LAMAR 108 Union Transfer Co Moving Vant Fire Proof Storag Baggage Transfer Office and Warehouse: 1704 Jonea Street Mention the Monitor In calling. THE TASTE TELLS- SHAW BROS. Pure Ice Cream ITS QUALITY SUPREME Lamar 1358 Westbrook Hotel 300 Fire Proof Roome 200 Baths FORT WORTH TEXAS Lee Huckins OKLAHOMA CITY The Huckins TEXARKANA TEXA8 Jewish Organizations & Pro- fessional Men Should know what the Jewish Press writes about them The Jewish Press In All Languages Is Read and Clipped by us. We are the first and only Jewish Clipping Service For Clippings from the Jewish rress write to Clipping Dept. INTERNATIONAL JEWISII PRESS BUREAU Inc. 6 Beekman Street. NEW YORK Telephonet Cortlandt MOO DELCO-LMirff Tba complete Electric Lif lit and Power Plant Plenty of bright safe clean electric light. N more hot imoky lamps. I-. i. URATTEN CO. Distributors 1001-6 Throckmorton Street Fort Worth. - - Texas r0000000000000000 FOR TFIE SMOKER X wno CARES 0 JAMES STEPHEN HOGG 7c CIGAR 6 YH...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 30 July 1920

Friday July 30 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR riftora LIBERTY REIGNS SUPREME IN HUNGARY. - .Budapest: (By I. J. P. B.) Crimes for which the offenders were called upon to suffer the supreme penalty in all civilized communitnes for many centuries now masquerade behind holy patriotism in Hungary and their per- petrators are hailed as heroes by the butchers that are ruling; the coun- try. Here are a few examples: Karl Friedman a Jew was found murdered in a forest near Hajelmas- ker. Until recently Mr. Friedman was an official in a gas lighting company. CITATION BY PUBLICATION. The State of Texan in the Dlxtrlct Court Tarrant County Texas. September Term A. D. 1920. To the Sheriff or Any Constable of Tar- rant County Greeting: You Are Hereby Commanded That by making publication of thiH Citation In some Newspaper published In the County of Tarrant four consecutive weeks prev- ious to the return day hereof you sum- mon K. T. Wnsson. whose reHldem-e la unknown to be and appear before the District...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 30 July 1920

TH1 JIWI8H MONITOR Friday July 80 1920. THEJEWISH MONITOR PUBLI8HED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 'Phone Lamar 5460 ed of several hymns from the Union Hymnal accompanied by a piano and two violins. An address appropriate for young and old alike is delivered by Dr. Eh- renreich who usally selects a subject which serves as a lesson for the boy campers. That plaintiff and defendant were mar- ried on the 15th day of December 1897 and lived together aa husband and wife until on or about the of July 1910 when de- fendant abandoned the plaintiff and did at Buch time permanently abandon plain- tiff. Wherefore plaintiff prn-n that defend- ant be cited In terms oT the law to ans- wer thla pelt Ion; that plaintiff have Judg- ment against defendant for divorce eto. Herein Fall Not but have you then and there before said Court thla Writ with your return thereon showing bow you have executed the same. Witness Mrs. O. Frank Coffey Clerk of the District Court of Tarrant County Texas. . Given...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 6 August 1920

TL f OWl iii ii ir- ii i ii w In mil I IHE Mi 7-r : DP. . GEQPGE ;FDX . D TO P - ' A I EAD1NG JWISH MP. tTThe GpeatSovthwes VOLUME IX. NO. 20. FORT WORTH-DALLAS FRIDAY AUGUST 6 1920. Price Five Cent The Chazan of Kalmonik was fold- ing his praying shawl one morning after the service humming a tune when he attempted an intricate mu- sical stunt. The sound stuck in his throat. He glanced about him anx- iously to see whether anyone had no- ticed it but there was no one in the synagogues except old Enoch who was deaf and dumb. The echo of the unsuccessful feat rang in the Chazan's ears as he was walking home with his praying shawl and phylacteries under his arm. He ws astonished for nothing as serious as that had ever happened to him be- fore. But then he recalled that a few weeks prior on a Sabbath morning while he stood at the altar surround- ed by his choir he had failed in the very same way. As luck would have tt then too no one noticed it At least his basso did not and he was a goo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 6 August 1920

Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday August 6 1920. IFORT 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. 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. Please Phone News Items to Lamar 6460 Rosedale 5383 or 455. Miss Carrie Bloomberg returned from a month's vacation where she spent one week as the guest of Misses Gussie Goldberg of Shreveport La. another week at Alexandria La. and a touring trip to New Orleans La. visiting the quaint and old historic French Quarters. On her return she stopped at Shreveport and returned with Miss Gussie Goldberg of that city as her guest. Mrs. Mose Bloomrosen of Corsicana Texas is spending the week with her mother ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 6 August 1920

Friday August 6 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Thr Vacation and . Outing Apparel that is distinctive and original Moderately Priced. THE VOGUE Women's Wear Exclusively 509-511 Houston St. Joseph's Cafe Where Every Meal Is a FEAST DALLAS and FORT WORTH ooooox FOR THE SMOKER W HO CARES JAMES STEPHEN HOGG 7c CIGAR DELCO-LKiril The complete Electric Llf ht aod fewer Pleat Plenty of bright uf e clean electric light N more hot amoky lampi. . iw. itKATTEN A CO- Diitributora 1001-5 Throckmorton Street Fort Worth. Teiae Jewish Organizations & Fro fesslonal Men rUiould know what the Jewish Prese write shout thorn The Jewleh Press In All Languages le Read and Clipped by us. We are the flrat and only Jewish Cllpplni Service For Cllpplnirs from the Jewish Prena write to Clipping Dept. INTERNATIONAL JEWISH TRESS BUREAU. Ine. I Beekman Street. NtW VOBK Telephone! Certlandt MM MR A hayride was given Tuesday night in honor of Miss Gussye Goldberg of Shreveport. A large gathering of young people attend...

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

THE JEWISH-MONITOR Friday August 6 1920. oxkxxxxxoxxxxxxxooooooxxxox OVERSTOCK SALE OTTO ELECTRIC CO. OF Four 1NEWS FROM DALLAS I Nathan Yonack left Sunday for New York and other eastrn cities. Mrs. A. Lorch left last week for California where she will be the re- mainder of the summer. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Kahn have re- turned from the East after an absence of four months from the city. Mr. and Mrs. A. Linz Mrs. M. Sachs and Mrs. Guy Hirsch and son are at the Ambassador Hotel Santa Barbara California. Mrs. Alfred Boas entertained with a luncheon Wednesday noon at the Coluumbian Club in honor of her guest Mrs. Gall of New York City. Mrs. Carrie Barnett of St. Louis has announced the marriage of her daughter Janice to Edward Gall of New York City. After an extensive tour of the Pacific Coast Mr. and Mrs. Gall will be at home in New York. Miss Marie Kahn and Alexander H. Weisberg of this city were married in the private parlors of the Hotel As- tor New York City Sunday at noon in the pre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 6 August 1920

Friday August 6 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR rtr Mr. and Mrs. Wolens and Mr. Joe Wolens Mr. and Mrs. Louis Swartz of Corslcana Jack Gardner's orches- tra furnished music for dancing. The grooms' gift to the boys in the bridal party were sterling silver in- itialed belt buckles. The bride's gifts to the girls were sterling silver initialed photo lockets. NATIONAL FRJEDLANDER-CAN-TOR MEMORIAL MEETING AT CARNEGIE HALL SEPT. 9. New York: (By I. J. P. B.) Next September 9th American Jewry is to mourn for its martyred dead Profes- sor Friedlandcr and Rabbi Bernard Cntor who were murdered in the Uk- raine while performing their duty toward their stricken brethren in that unfortunate land. The memorial meet- ing which promises to be one of the most impressive ever held in the city of New York is to take place in Car- negie Hall. All the national American Jewish organizations are expected to parti- cipate in order to make the occasion 'worthy of the two noble souls who gladly offered their lives...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 6 August 1920

Friday August 6 1920. ding. Mrs. Hayman aunt of the groom was matron of honor. ADVERTISE III THE JEWISH MONITOR THE JEWISH MONITOR Six WACO. Mrs. Meyer D. Nathan of Eagle Lake was honoree at a lovely bridge party given by her sister Mrs. M. R. Wood of North Fourteenth street. At the conclusion of the game Mrs. Ed Silvers of New York was awarded the prize for high score and Mrs. G. Ro- senthal was given the consolation fa- vor. Mrs. Wood presented the honoree with two beautiful Maderia handker- chiefs. The hostess then served her guests with delicious cantaloupe a la mode. Miss Hattie Daniels of Corsicana has returned to her home after a very pleasant visit with Miss Sdye Berk- man. . Mr. and Mrs. Abe Gilbert of Fort Worth are the proud parents of a dar- ling daughter born July 25th. Miss Sadye Berkman entertained on Tuesday in honor of Miss Hattie Daniels of Corsicana. Bunco was play- ed and Miss Sadye Kaplan was given in incense burner for high score and Miss Hannie Genecov was pre...

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