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A merica ffewish PerlaSeal Coder

CLIFTON AVINUI • CINC1hNATI 20, OHIO

THE DETROIT JEWISH CHRONICLE

MICHIGAN'S JEWISH HOME PUBLICATION

B'NAI BR1TH
TO RECEIVE CLASS
OF 350 ON SEPT. 5

nuidates Entering Pisgah
Lodge Swell Membership
Roster to 2,500 Mark

SIMPLICITY WILL MARK
INITIATION CEREMONY

Per Year, $3.00; Copy, 10 Cents

DETROIT, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 3, 1920.

VOL VIII. NO. 15.

CANTOR'S BE-
TROTHED CON-
TINUES HIS WORK

Mission of Mercy Carried On By
Fiancee of Slain Rabbi

NE‘v vs
I: --Miss Irma Abram-
engaged to Dr. Ber-
owica, who
nard Cantor, the young New York
rabbi, murdered by bandits in the
Ukraine while engaged in relief work
with Dr. Israel Friedlaender, is to
continue the work started h• her
fiance. Miss .NI,ramowiez arrived in
New York recently on the Nieuw
Amsterdam. She met Rabbi Cantor
while the latter was engaged in relief
work in Poland. It is due to a pre-
moon i011 felt by her pother that
Miss Abramomicz escaped the same
fate as Dr. fatter and Dr. Fried- .
laeuller. She Was to join the party
on this relief expedition, but at the
last moment her mother begged her
not is, go, a. slit - had a premonition
of danger. Both 1/r. Cantor and
""r' til l ed.
Pr " i •

NEWS OF RELATIVES
IN UKRAINIA GIVEN
TO NEW YORK JEWS

Returned Worker With American
Relief Commission Brings
Tidings From Abroad

HAIL SAN REMO DECREE
AS MESSIAH'S ARRIVAL

POLES AND JEWS TRY
TO CHECK OUTBREAKS

Anti-Semitism.
Combating
Discuss
Plan for Better Relations

NEN1' YORK.—The Polish Infor-
mation Bureau here recently gave out
several reports of information from
Poland upon conferences held there
to consider means of abating the
uoiti-Jewish campaign. Jews and
Poles took part in the discussions of
ways to promote more friendly re-
lations between the two racial ele-
ments and one of the delegates "de-
clared that the orthodox Jew's are
the innoc'ent victims of the hatred
aroused by Jewish nationalists." The
account of the conference continues:
"The president of the cabinet stat-
ed that the Council of State De-
fense had ordered investigatios to
lie made, and has issued a proclama-
lion to the people, calling attention
to the needs of the present moment
and for the cessation of excesses
against the Jews."

The Idol of Eastern Jewry

SIR HERBERT SAMUEL IS FETED BY HOLY LAND

JAFEA.—The h wish colonies of
Palestine have recently been the hosts
of Sir Herbert Samuel, British
Illgh Commissioner. Among these are
Rishon-Le-Zion, where. on July 27th,
he participated in the ceremony of
opening the vintage.
This ceremony which, owing to the
exigencies of the war was not cele-
brated in seven years, presented a
brilliant spectacle. There were assem-

ed his gratification at having been me
h• the first man in First of Zion, ut
tering these last words in Hebrew.
Inspecting the guard of honor, eons
posed of Maccabees and Boy and Gir
Scouts, the Commissioner proceede(
to the fatuous wine-cellar by way o
the great "Baron's Grove," Mounting
with Mr. Gluskin the draped plat
form °upraised on the lower floor
of the Cellar. Sir Ilerbert, after re-
plying to the greetings, was accorded
the 'honor of blessing the wine cup.
He then threw three large baskets of
grapes into the l'ress and the huge
machines of .the Rishon %Vine-Cellar
commenced grinding. He was followed
by Mr. Heil of the I. C. A., Sheikh
Tufik El Dajani, who brought the
greetings of the Arab inhabitants. Mr.
Krause of Mikvah Israel, Mr. Isen-
berg, and Mr. Grasovsky, Mr. Ronald
Storrs, acting Civil Secretary and Mr,
l'ostelwaite, Governor of Jaffa. Sir
Herber) said he was glad that the
guard of honor was composed of chil-
dren of Palestine. "The intertwining
of the British Flag and the Zionist
harmer—he continued—is symbolic of
the future of this country, but do not
forget . that you must work in the in-
terest of all the inhabitants Without
distinction of race or creed."
Received by Jaffa Officials,

RELIEF COMMISSION
CONTINUES LABORS
IN WAR-TORN AREA

--- —
J. D. C. Workers Stay to Minister

to Jews of Warsaw When
Menaced by Foe

CONFLICT SUFFERERS
NOW NUMBER MILLIONS

NEW YORK.—Armies may come
and armies may go, but the far-flung
activities of the Joint Distribution
Committee go on apace, alike in
‘1'arsaw and Moscow, in Danzig and
Constantinople, in Siberia and Ru-
mania. 'f he momentous events in
Poland and Lithuania, while they
have profundly affected its work,
have not halted it.
When the Red Army swept across
Poland, occupying province after
province. the J. D. C. relief workers
remained at their posts, liquidating
chairman n( the
office affairs, removing valuable sup-
Joseph Committ,
Gam."' e, has arranged a
Initiation
plies and funds, ministering to the
pingram.
The
,
press'
simple and im
refugees that flocked to the cities,
. tar es
degree team. coinpo,ed
and leaving only when in imminent
Rosenthal, Morris Garrett, Maurice
danger of capture. And in no case
Klein, Harold Rosenthal, Joseph Gar-
Wealthy Mt. Clemens Man Sails For
did they leave without providing the
Surprised
With
Gift
of
Congregation
vett and Louis Bass, will officiate at
Old Home to Bring Back
various welfare institutions with
on Return from Sum-
the ritualistic ceremonies. The Pis-
Starving Family.
money and provisions for a period of
gah Lodge Glee Club will reinter a
mer's Outing.
sixty days.
special musical program. 'f he prin-
The High Commissioner then Ivo-
Samuel Elkins, proprietor of the
Face Coming Foe.
cipal address of the evening will In
ceelled In Jaffa where he was received
Elkins' hotel of Mt. Clemens, left
Viio n their return last Friday from
Of those stationed in Warsaw,
delivered by Rabbi Mayerberg.
by the Mayor, Asim Bey El Said and
Detroit Nlonday night for New York.
\e vs le ruse. where
As a further tribute to its retiring Point
members of tha. Jaffa Municipality in most left the city wlvm the Soviet
There he has passage booked on
president, arrangements have been ihs" spoutIhrir vauu unit Ifabbiand
the Municipal offices. After this visit forces were at its gates. A few,
the Intperator for Lodz, Poland.
Mrs Leo. NI. branklin iimud await•
he paid a short visit to the office of however, decided to remain until the
completed by the binge for a fare- Mg them at their door a Paige Silan.
Ile goes to find his mother and
the \Vakf Administration where he last possible moment. But fearing
well gathering to be given at the club- the gift of friends and monbc, nt
father, four sisters and all kinsfolk,
was welcomed by the Kadi, Abdul that the city would eventually be
rooms, 25 Broadway. NIonday, Scp.
who have been reduced to depriva-
Trni l de Huth I I
Raman Effendi Ariz, the Director of captured, they organized a non-parti-
?ember 6.
tion and poverty as a result of the
a letter
u
the
car
was

111
,11
1

1AI."1
the 1A'alds, Yaeoli Elf, Abu El Iluda, san relief committee, consisting of
Russian-Polish
war.
me gathering will tal(e the form use k •six
ation
of
the
iipprer
110 .
Sheikh Issa Abu, El Jibain and oth- rarbstein and Eumel i(Zinhists),
I(Ikins has not seen his relatives
of a stag party and is limited to meat- donors c.f 1(illibi Franklin's work in
Gerdansky and Rundstein (Assimila-
ers.
for MI years. He came to this coun-
hers only. Thr prosiram of entertain-
At Tel-Aviv where a festive spirit tionists), Eirschenbaum and Kahan
ment will Mart iininedately following the community and wishing him best
try a poor boy. Today, as the owner
po•sible fortune in Ale years to come.
prevailed all day in anticipation of (Orthodox), Tannenbaum and Hel-
of one of the leading hotels in the
the Lodge meeting,
in charge of the The gift ass an entire surprise to
the High Commissioner's visit, Sir ler (Workingmen's Group), Prilucky
Michigan health resort, he is con-
The committee
Folksist), and Schereschefsky (neu-
Herbert was received with loud cheers
1 '111 ' 6 '
Frank " a '" I
servatively estimated to he worth
event is headv d by Leon tioldsmith . Rabbi
During fits absence on the New
by a great crowd as he made his way tral), and turned over to it money
considerably more than a quarter of
Assisting him are Bernard Ginsburg,
and
supplies sufficient for two
to the Municipal office. There he was
Louis has Samuel Rhodes and Simon I, t sey coast, Rabbi Franklin ad-
a million dollars.
dressed the congregation at Long
received by the Mayor, Mr. Dizingoff months. And now that the Bolshe-
Rosenzweig.
Story.
Tells
His
that
viki
have
been forced to retreat,
Branch speaking to an amhetic,
and members of the Tel-Aviv Council
who presented an address containing these J. I). C. men in Warsaw have
Concert Tickets Sell Rapidly. tilled 'temple to capacity, II, """ on
Ile told this story Monday:
an increasingly large field for their
several requests and suggestions.
f pis. spoke twice to ( 'mount all.lielsees,
"I have tried to induce mama and
O. W. Gutwillig, ,,,,.t a r) o
The princ',;val function of the (lay activities.
papa and my sisters to come here,
gall Lodge, reported a recur.] sal,. . on one occasion. at Point Pleasalii.
Malty of the J. I). C. men who left
were the graduation exercises of the
.
conducting
a
server
from
the
VIM.,
but
they
wanted
to
remain
in
the
old
on
munity
c
om
0 1 t ic k e ts for bum C
Ths• nine ('hri.t , lin
eighth class at the lierzlia Gymnasi- Congress Poland proceeded to Dan-
home Papa was a well known bank-
curl Course at the regular I.inl.n I'mycr loud:.
um. A large audience consisting of zig. Here they were confronted
,Iiiromination , participating in the
er,
doing
a
business
of
store
than
a
meeting Monday night.
graduates of former years, the faculty with a most critical situation calling
"Members have shown a gtalify. • server were enthusiastic in their ap
million rubles a year. Now they are
this year's graduates and their par- for immediate relief. This city, Po-
f precise inn of the Jewish ritual as reit-
without a home or food.
ins eagerness to take advantage o
ents and distinguished members of land's only port, was crowded with
"During the war with Germany I
the opportunity of hearing a distill- tiered Lt Rabbi Franklin.
the Yishub filled to its capacity the thousands of emigrants awaiting
sent
repeatedly
cases
of
good
food.
Rahlti Franklin expects to lease
guished group of artists in a series ,
Sir Herbert L. Samuel.
assembly hall of the t()ninasium passage to America, and with refu-
Save for the single exception of being
ill concerts at popular prices," Nlr , Saturday for Chicago where he has
building which was tastefully draped. gees who had fled at the approach
g:ven
just
a
1-4
pound
of
sugar
from
Owing to the. In-en called to meet some of the nat
lititwillig declared.
bled the founders and pioneers of the A large portrait of the High Commis- of the Red Army. Most of the new-
all I sent, they were deprived of even
rs of Jewish life in Amer-
limited capacity of Orchestra Hall.. t,..,1 leaden
Judean colonies, members and staff of sioner in uniform was suspended from comers had few or no means. Worse
this help. The German soldiers took
N1r. Gutwillig urged that subscriptions i, a iii discuss matters of present in-
the Zionist Commission, Dr, Shama- the wall facing the entrance. The yet, their presence in the city caused
leontInued On Page Two.)
the food for themselves.
I. le-t and importance.
be sent in without delay. •
ria Levin and a large, interested Jewish and British colors were every- prices to soar skyward, thereby
"There are Nachman Elkins, my
The concert course which will he-
crowd of spectators.
where in evidence. As the hall began arousing the hostility of the na-
father, and Rosie, my mother. Then
gin on Oct. 6th and extended to Nlar. i
Sir Herbert, accompanied by the
there are my sisters, Anna, Ilelena, acting Civil Secretary, A. D. C., and to full Mr. Jabotmsky entered and was tives. 'file J. 1). C. men at once
l, has been mane possible by arrange•
accorded in stirring ovation. Sir Her- buckled down to work. They pro-
Sonia
and
Sarah.
carat)
was
only
mem; concluded between the hitch- i
assistant Private Secretary were met hem at the request of the Director, vided food and shelter, they cabled
six months old when ! left for Am-
Irctnal Advatieennint ( oinnotter of
by the representatives at the Rishon was received by an impressive si- 600 appeals for funds front emigrants
erica. Anna and Sonia are married.
Synagogue vvhere the crowd had col- lence, the whole audience rising and to relatives in America, they paid
the lodge and the \Volyminv Lyceum
Sister Sonia has a baby son. I will
Seven
recital,
lected
to greet him. Several buildings remaining standing until he indicated out individual remittances intended
Bureau of Ifiitron.
“I Harry mond employ nom in the calming fac- bring them all hack—my sister's were draped with British and Jewish
R.
PRO \ WEN(
his wish for them to be seated. The for those marooned in Danzig, they
will be given at rlrchr,tra 11,11 by!
child and my brother-in-law.
tory
at
Farnham.
colors. NIr. Freiman, the oldest resi- pupils' chorus sang out a welcome as expedited the granting of vises. A
Eddy Brown, violinist; Leo Ornstein. i Cutler of this city. proton, io in
"I sentsseveral hankers' checks for
The boy at once began to earn what
Metropolitan I world-wide Jewish affairs, and a for-
dent, welcomed the High Commis-
pianist: Mary Kent,
special office for emigrants has been
(Continued On Page Four,)
money he could, running errands. 1,000 marks to papa after I learned sioner. Sir Herbert, replying, express-
Opera Co., contralto; Lana, nanseuse• rater memberOi Rhode Island l irneral
opened in Danzig„ to which the Joint
carry jag papers and in other ways of the attack on their town. They
and her company: Christine Lange- Assembly. (lied suddenly in London
Distribution Committee has already
received only one. Sister Helena
contributing
to
the
livelihood
of
the
ban, soprano, and NVilliam Rabe n. at o oclock Saturday martins. A
sent 150,000 marks as well as a con-
family. When but 12 ) errs old he was so overjoyed when the money
tenor; liana-Zucca, the Jewish Mau• cablegram with this announcement
signment of provisions worth $10.000.
came that she danced for joy—and
made
his
way
to
New
York
city,
ist-composer and Hans Hess, cellist: was received at the office of the Cut-
Two J. D. C. men have gone to
where he obtained employment of then she tripped and fell. A rut,
and Rosa Raisa. dramatic soprano and ler Jewelry Company, of which he
Posen, where there arc likewise many
was
'broken.
And
poor
papa
in
his
Reese
&
Reese,
&stranding
circulars
her husband, Giacomo 16111111i, twills 01 was nroprivtor. The cal vie of death
Jewi,h
refugees, and organized a re-
lie
\\slide there he learned of an open- excitement, lost the check, so it
the Chicago Opera Company.
to which
m'ai, not slated in the message
there,
Deposed King of Syria Asks Jewish Members Needed to Assist Women To lief committee
ing in the mills at Fall River where never did them any good.
25.000
marks have already been
Further information about the con - was in Ott 40111 year.
Serve Lunches at Pub-
Mice Went, becoming a duffer
Mother Injured.
Leaders to Aid Independence
Cutler sailed for VAITOlo . Oil he at
cert course may be obtained from Mr
turned
over.
lie Schools,
in the mill of an .Ninerican Linen
Campaign
"And when Lodz was attacked a
Ilutwillig who can be reached at the Aug. 12 as a member of the Seer,
Situation in Lithuania.
Company. Ile advanced to the posi-
club-rooms est ry day from 12 to 3 p. tare of NVar'sNlemorial Commission
stray htillet more mama's left eye out,
The Jewish M'oinan's Club has is-
A situation similar to that in Dan-
tion of boss doffer, but seeing no
NEW'
YORK.—Emir
Feisal,
de-
of
the
and a personal representalite
"I have had the aid of the state
, telephone, Cherry 3070.
assist
10
zig,
but
un a vastly. larger scale, has
further
opportunity
there
he
came
posed king of Syria, now on his way ^lied a call for voluteers
Nlassa-
department at M'ashington in an ef-
MelliOrial tbnnn i ss i nnins
Orphans Guests of Theater .
(luring arisen in Lithuania. A large part of
chosen. Dead of the World \Vat' in to Providence, entering the employ fort to locate my parents. I have to England, has appealed to the Zion- with the Penny Lunch work
work
The
it,
formerly
held by the Poles, has
ist leaders in London to aid hint in the coming school year.
Nathaniel tiolilstick, chairman of Foreign Como sirs. The object of the
had the co-operation of the Red
preventing Arabia from losing its in- requires but one or two hoes a wee. been the scene of fighting, and the
the Social Ser, C010111 . 0 I re, an- Memorial Commission was to con-
Cross. And last week I received an
dependence, according to an inter- on the part of each volunteer and it devastation of a city like Minsk, the
nounced at the Islonilai meeting that centrate into three in for cemetaries
English postal card from papa. view he gave to the Arabic newspa• is hoped by the committee that there serious losses sustained by the city
through the efforts oi Julnl, Hor in broke bodies of the men who
They had found their way back to
per "Kaffir." published in Cairo, just will be many responses to the call. of Vilna, the destruction of the
wit', the Madison l'heater has es- (ought and died Under the AllieriCall
Lodz. They have been persecuted
This phase of the many activities crops and of the whole economic
t. ioled an invitation to the children hag thin " d o • wor ld war.
and prosecuted—racked and grilled received by the Zionist organization by the Jewish Woman's Chili has re-
have
mechanism in the war zone
and harassed. I hate just cabled of America.
of the
widely known
, (1 tahg ee
en cus
o fini t ieir
ho
id a,
of social caused many to seek refuge in that
,ri,
stuis,T
7 11.. ' 25 , Col. , littler was
•11
Feisal,
who
declares
in
the
inter-
e
("han
Broauaway, to oe guests of the man- inrotignotti the United States as a
another sum of money and the word
igli)
li o n ut tli
part of Lithuania which comprises
agernent at a performance any after- business man :rid a manufacturing
I am coming for them—coming to view' that the rabid pan-Arabs, whom
he was powerless to resist are re- and state. The Penny Lunch, as the the Lithuanian republic and which
noon during the week.
bring them all back here.
on
es
jeweler Ile was prominent' ill relief
has enjoyed comparative peace for
sponsible
for
all
the
agitation
against
"'There is just one note of sorrow.
work during the NVorld War, being
1 1 17nTle lesu a n t Pic ic os s.t tPor°t'hied children of the several years. The result is that the
Nip grandma, Mrs. Eva Elkins, who Zionism. He says that the opposi- East Jade in the schools during recess.
chairman of the Jewish ‘N'elfare
rice of necessaries has arisen seven-
lion
of
Arah
extremists
to
Great
resided at Grodno, Poland, cannot be
Board. During the 1'ersailles peace
Sandwiches, fruit, milk, sweet pota-
and threatens to rise higher yet,
located. I hate to think what her Britain's Zionist policy, is responsible toes and other notirishing foodstuffs fold
confrieme Col. Cutler was (lute of 10
Throughout Lithuania, according to
for
the
downfall
of
the
Arab
govern-
fate has probably been, "
delegate, representing Jewish inter-
ment at Damascus. 'The Emir ex• are sold by the members of the club a recent cable from the J. D. C's rep-
Mr.
Elkins
left
on
the
Michigan
of
the
to the children at the cost of a penny resentative an Kovno, there is an
ests. During the operation
Central flyer at 7:30 o'clock Monday presses the hope that the Zionist for each article. To children who acute shortage of food, clothing,
Selective Service act Inc was chairman
011
His friends in eight automo- leaders in London will intervene
night.
WASHINGTON—The cost of the of Selective Service Board No. 5 of
come break fastles, to school and for :nedicines, and wood, which is the
behalf
of
Arabia,
so
that
it
will
not
biles, trimmed with American flags,
European war in real and potential Prosidenee.
other little ones to whom the long chief fuel in that country. Five mil-
conveyed him from his hotel to the lose its independence.
Upon leaving for Europe Aug. 12, it
lives was equal to one-third the pres-
school hours are irksome, the penny lion marks are needed immediately
'rim
interview
clarifies
publicly
a
station. Ills wife and five children,
ent jismulation of the United States, was the intention of Col. Cutler, . if .
lunches are a healthful and diverting for fuel for the welfare institutions
Cecile, aged 6; Evelyn, the baby; sit nation which Zonit leaders have factor.
hr the his health permitted, not only to rest
according to a ',Pill
in the Vilna district alone. Fortun-
Joe, William and Max, the last nam- known for some time. that Emir
Scotland,
American Red Criss, today from the England.
France,
hilt
Nlembers of the Jewish NVomait's ately, the districts hardest hit are
Feisal.
who
publicly
expressed
his
ed served as sergeant in the United
Society for Studying the Social Con- Siximirland, Italy, tzecho-Slovakia
Club
who
wish
to
volunteer
their
see-
provided for two months with funds
States forces, were there to see him friendship for Zionism at the l'eace dee,: to this worthy work are re- and provisions left there by the J.
se(mences of the War."( t'openhagen. and Palestine. He Wai earlinilarly
Conference, particularly to American
off.
This organiration reports the lin- Mir reoed in the conditions of the
quested
to
communicate
with
Mrs.
D. C. workers. Minsk, for example.
"Have the spare rooms all ready," Zionists there, was not expressing Harry L. Jacobs, 252 Longfellow,
!nail loss of 35.520.000 persons. follow- Jews in Europe. Col. Cutler was
was left with six million marks. And
he called as the train began to move his real view's in his recent opposition Hemlock 6340, or with Mrs. D. M'.
' • '1),:s• 'ilig statistical researches made on a deeplv interested in the work out-
before the two months are over. it is
eastward, "for when I return I'll to the movement, but that his hand Davis, Stevenson Hotel.
scientific basis.
ing .1 for the Memorial Commission.
hoped that ways and means will have
have mama and papa, and the girls was luring forced by Arab extremists,
Of the loss, q,8lo,f1n0 are listed as and Ill'clarml Vi hell sailing that th,
been found to meet the special con-
and their husbands and the little who do not represent the views of
COL. HARRY CUTLER
"killed in war."
commission hoped to make the
ditions that have arisen in Lithuania.
the MASS of Arabs in Palestine.
batty and all with me."
When the war started, in 1914, the lyric. in which American soldiers and
Moscow Workers Face Task.
Zionist leaders here emphasize that
fighting nations had a total popnlation sailors are buried in Europe. "fitting of George F. Cole, proprietor of a
of
Arabs
in
Pale,-
the
great
majority
The occupation by the Soviet
picture-framing establishment.
REINHARDT TO WITHDRAW tine are friendly to Zionism and web
of 400,000,000. Under lovrtnal condi- monuments to our men, unassuming
Although he became proficient in
troops
of the Ukraine, White Russia,
tions, it was said, this population in life and glorious in death, who
FROM THEATRE GAME come it in Palestine, because it means
this line of business, it did not Meet
Zionist re-union gathering will and parts of Lithuania and Galicia
would have increased (luring the war have made the soil of France hallowed
an improvement in their economic
his natural liking and did not afford
has
suddenly
expanded the field of
take place, Sunday evening. at 8
period to 424,210.000. Instead, there in the hearts of all Americans."
and political condition. The anti-
h'm the opportunities for advance-
the relief committer recently organ-
LONDON.—The latest Berlin pub-
was a decrease resulting from the
o'clock, at the Shaarey Zedek syna-
ment which he sought. so lie picked lications received state that Max Zionist feeling in Palestine, they
Active
Welfare
Worker.
ized
in
Nloseow
by Messrs. Fisher
war, so that the total at the end was
point out, js engendered by a few gogue. The meeting marks the for- an Pine. The ranks of Jewish war
During the war Col. Cutler was 0 111 the jewelry business as the ladder Reinhardt is retiring from theatrical agitators, representing not the mass mal beginning of Zionist activities for
30,030,000.
and
pogrom
sufferers,
it is estimated,
upon
WIliell
to
Clitilli
to
success.
management in Berlin because of the
In addition to those who died as the very active in welfare work as chair-
of the people. but the rich, absentee the fall season.
have been increased by 1,500,000 as a
financial burden imposed by the the•
direct result of the war, 5,901,13($1 addi- man of the Jewish Welfare Board and
Showed Application.
landlords, whose exploitation of the
"Events In connection with tho result of recent events. An idea of
tional deaths were due to war epi- made a trip to Europe to conduct a
ater lax. -
Arab peasant would naturally cease unhanding of Palestine as Homeland the colossal task confronting the
Ile entered the employ of a jewelry
Max Reinhardt first came to Lon•
demics and economic blockades. The personal inspection. While there he
later became a manufac- don, 1910, "to demonstrate the Ger- with the establishment of the Jewish for the Jew have followed upon each Moscow committee may be obtained
fall in the birth rate, due to the received word of the critical condi- jobber W110
National Homeland in Palestine.
turer
and
he
soon
advanced
to
the
ether in such rapid succession within from the budget which one of its
man art of stage production and
mobifizatMn of 56.000,000 men be- tion of his wife, who had been in
Now' that Emir Frisal, who is very
t•een the ages of .20 and 45, was 20.- poor health for several months, lie position of foreman, applying him- scenic effectiveness." He had hail •a
the laid few months, that the taking representatives submitted to Dr.
popular with the Arab people and
the J. D. C:s
self
so
steadily
that
he
was
later
made
remarkable career from the tale
0(0,0(10. The three totals of those hastened back and arrived A few days
th f
a art 3t,e he
ar tg, in oti mie n s g aoirFrank
their recognited leader, has virtually o
Regional Director for Soviet Russia.
11894) when. at the age of 21, he un
killed, of those (lying in war epidemics previous to her death. The shock of general manager of the business.
thrown
himself
upon
the
good
offices
According
to
this
budget,
the Mos-
During this time he attended night dertook the management of the
and the fall in birth rate make the this, together with overwork and pre-
most a necessity, Mr. Leon Zolotkof.',
'Zionist leaders in England and
ill health caused a collapse shooh adding to his vmeagre educa- Ikutsches Theater, Berlin. of has
(Continued On Pere 4.)
grand total of 5,520,000.
publicly admitted that the pan- secretary of the local Zionist district.
d
on
hi
s
Lon
e
f
ore
iiierra
t
b
i
The countries included in the in- while in New York and he was tion, and after convincing himself
n the i
dee 1 ared I n di ttellS13 I ng t h e propose(
vestigation were Great Britain. Ger- brought to this city and was at St. that the jewelry business was his successes—the production of "Oedi- Arabic agitation against Zionism has
ANSWERS CALL IN
many, France, Austria-Hungary, Italy. Joseph's Hospital for treatment for held of activity he sought an oppor- pa" at Covent Garden in January, caused the downfall of his govern- meeting.
tunny
for
independent
action.
1912,
still
remains
his
greatest
err
met
and
threatens
its
independence,
Mr. Fred M. Butzel. Mr. lolotkoff
Belgium. Bulgaria, Roumania, Serbia several weeks. It was believed that
NEW YORK.—Announcement was
lie bought the old factory of WA- uniph—he had been called "the Na- it Is expecte!! here in Zionist circles and others will discuss the latest de-
and Russia in Europe. he had sufficiently recovered to allow
the Free Synagogue is call-
the theater in his energy, that much it not all of this inspired
made
velopments In the Jewish world as ing nto the service Rabbi J. Max
his present trip abroad, although he liam Walton. borrowing the money poheon
into
COURT - MARTIAL 300 JEWS was accompanied on the voyage by with which to make the purchase. fearlessness, and conquests—a rare anti-Zionism will cease in Arab affecting Zionism.
Weis of Temple Israel, Gary, Indiana.
combination
of
idealist
and
man
of
circles
in
Palestine.
his persolial physician, Ds. William and started in business. The bill of
Rabbi Weis will help in the work of
sale for the property Was one of Col. action.
LONDON.—At the speical order F. Flanagan, of this city.
the Free Synagogue in the Greater
JEW AT BALTIC MEET
Last November Reinhardt embark-
Col. Cutler was born in Yelisavet- Cutler's most cherished possessions
ALLENBY BACK IN EGYPT city in association with Rabbi Dr.
of General I'ilsudsky 300 Jews of

ed on what is apparently to be his
S'edlice are to be court martialed. grad, Russia, May I, 1075, his father and hung in a frame in his office,
Stephen S. Wise and Drs. Goldstein
PARIS.—Information has been re-
last great enterprise—the new Berlin
They are charged with having fired bring a merchant in that city. Young where is was regarded as one of the Das Grosse Schauspielhaus, which ceived here from Riga to the effect
LONDON—Despite various rum- and Newman.
milestones
of
his
career.
on Polish military forces. Accord- Cutler was but seven *Tars old, when,
Rabbi Weis who is a graduate of
ors to the contrary we are authori-
was
built
with
a
stage
of
unusual
that
the
representatives
of
the
Baltic
The business thus established de-
ing to a report appearing in today's in 1882, the pogroms broke in that
depth and prolonged in addition well states are at present meeting at a tatively informed that Field Mar- the Hebrew Union College was called
"Morning Post" the court martial region which resulted in the death veloped under his guidance until it into the auditorium itself, so that the conference there. One of the leading shall General Allenby will worn to to the pulpit of Temple Israel in Gary
has already condemned 10 of these of his father.
became the present Cutler Jewelry
stay of two
action of plays might he carried on in figures of the conference is Professor Egypt within the next few clays to in 1918, and during his
His mother. one sister and Col. Cut- Company, one of the best known --
Jews to death. Five of these were
the very midst of the auditorium it- Frankfort of Kiev who represents resume his position as head of the years has rendered the community ex-
reprieved on account of their en- ler escaped to the United States, land-
cellent service.
British forces in the near East.
l'etlura's government.
(Continued On Page 8.)
self.
jag in New York, where the mother
ri me youth.

Simplicity will mark the initiation
,eremonies of the 3511 candidates who
will lit come members of Pisgah
Lodge, No. 34, I. O. B. It.. Sunday,
Sept. 5, at Temple Beth El.
The new group of candidates, swell-
ing the membership lists of l'isgali
Lodge to the 2.500 mark. will go on
record as the "Rabbi Samuel S.
Inayerberg" class. in tribute to its
retiring president whn leaves for lby-
ton, 0., within few weeks.

Rabbi Franklin Is
Given Automobile

'Death

NIVNN' PORK.—When a repre-
sentative of the Jewish Correspond-
ence Iturcan located S. Blattinan, in
the home of his relatives, he found
the house packed with "landsleit' who
regards from their
had come to
dear oars in l'krainia. For some time
NIT% lilaitman continued answering
personal questions of the various
visitors Finally, however, the in-
terviewer so:reviled in leading the
(tont ersation into illore general chan-
er•011e present found hint-
nels
s( If lisiellitig intently and feeling as
if trail-ported to the ruined little
towns of des astated_Ukrainia.
Illaitinan is a brilliant conver-
sationist Alin story teller and no one
isper baps better in a position to
sp, :II, of the sufferings of l'krainian
. 1, w ri and to relate the comical epi-
...,I, s which intrude themselves un-
(on ioasly into the great tragedy of
I, III-11 hie in Russia. NIr. Illattman
I, ii kme, net,Podolsk on July 6tli
of -Si'- I 5ril.;inally a student in
l'n.vvrsity, he became
see r.ms to the American Relief
Cononission in Ukrainia which was
chiefly oniposell of Professor Israel
l'rii .11,11 ■ 115, Dr. Lev and NIr.
Kate Toyet her with these gentle-
men .i• us, 11 as 1)r. Bernard Canter.
In, hoer joined the American Relief
who
work, l'krainia, he went about
from i«wii to town and from city
the vin ihr.omh the provinces of l'o-
doh,. Volilin and others. Often,
erre often, he says. they were right
alongside of the battle front and
:yell within reach of cannon shot.
soh places they flew the white flag.
that ill-bated day when Professor
Fro Blander and Dr. Cantor were so
brutally murdered, Or. Lev and Mr,
'Bauman should have accompanied
them and were prevented from doing
so by the merest circumstance. All
of them. XI r. Mailman included. con-
teninlated leaving for the United
Sfittes within a few (lays of the un-
fortunate occoratice.
Americans Bring Joy.
f the Am-
Speaking of the tvo
r. Mailman
M o
mean Relief workers rk

get

Would Rescue Kin
From Polish Fear

of Col. Harry Cutler
Shock to Jews of America

ASK VOLUNTEERS
FEISAL APPEALS
TO HELP WORTHY
TO ZIONISTS IN
ARABIA'S BEHALF CHILDREN'S WORK

35,000,000 Lives
Lost in Late War

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Detroit Zionists to
Hold Reunion Sunday

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