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MICHIGAN'S JEWISH HOME PUBLICATION

DETROIT, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 5 ,1920.

VOL VIII. NO. 24.

Jews to Honor p ERMIT SAMUEL TO Says Russia Gives
FLYING SQUADRON Ask Prof.
Equality to Women
Friedlaender
CONTINUE WORK OF
HEADS TO ADDRESS
HIGH COMMISSIONER
DETROIT AUDIENCE

1JEWISH CHRONICLE MOVES
INTO SPACIOUS NEW HOME

Mme. Lovrov, Addressing Wo-
man's Club, Declares Land
Is Aflame; Woman
Guiding Star.

Organizations Representing the
Youth of the Country Launch
Move for Fitting Memorial.

Per Year, $3.00; Copy, 10 Casa

POLISH JEWS FACE
PASSPORT DELAYS,
DISCOURAGEMENTS

Thousands Stand in Rain Before

Mane. Marie Lovrov, noted author
NEW YORK.—An appeal to the Relief Felt as Zionists and British
American Consulate Doors
and lecturer, and a native of Russia,
Jewish youth of America to dedicate
Anti-Semites Curb
Awaiting Turn.
made her first appearance in Detroit
a fitting memorial to Professor Israel
'Monday afternoon, Nov. 1, under the
Criticism.
Friedlaender, who was killed in the
auspices of the Jewish Woman's Club,
DECLARES
SYSTEM NEEDS
Ukraine last July while on his mis-
speaking on the subject, "Education
SOME STRAIGHTENING OUT
sion of service to his destitute breth- INTEREST IN RELIGION
and Political Influence of Women in
DR. FRANKLIN PRESIDES
ren, was made last night before an au-
WANES FOR YOUNG JEWS Russia."
AT BETH EL GATHERING dience which filled the Great Hall at
By Arthur Ruhl.
Mme. Lovrov, a woman of charm-
City College at Convent Avenue and
(Writing in the N. Y. Evening Peet)
By Hon. Leonard Spero.
ing personality, possessing rare stage
Strauss, nationally 139th street. The meeting was called
Nis. Manny
presence, was enthusiastically received
(Exclusive
to
the
Chronicle.)
known as a financial advisor and busi. to allow Jewish young men and wo-
by one of the largest gatherings that
One of the sights of Warsaw, par-
consultant, and Dr. Nathan men, for whose religious education
TICSS
ticularly for those wino have some ac-
LOICDON—There is a general feel- ever attended a 'sleeting of the club.
Krass, noted orator, who recently re- Professor Friedlaender had labored,
In an inspiring and instructive talk
quaintance with the difficulties of get-
ing
of
relief
here
that
Sir
Herbert
turned from a visit to Eastern and to pay their respects to his memory.
the speaker traced woman s progress
ting passports for America in the
Some of the organizations which Samuel is being allowed to settle
Central Europe, who are heading the
in Russia from the time of Peter the
neighboring countries, is the long
"flying squadron" of bankers, mer- took part were the' intercollegiate down into his duties as High Com-
Great in 1762
queue of Polish Jews in front of the
chants, business men, educators and Zionist Association, the Menorah In- missioner of Palestine without any
She spoke of the Russian W(1111311'S
American Consulate. There have been
philanthropists will address a mass tervarsity Council, the League of Jew- more criticism front anti-Semitic
craving and thirst for knowledge and
days since the Bolshevik drive began
meeting to be held in Temple Beth ish Youth, the Young Judea, the quarters or crowding from the Zion-
education
and
deplored
the
fact
that
to
threaten Warsaw when tine whole
El, Fr:day evening, November 5, for Teachers' Institute and Seminary, the ists. Sir Herbert has a long row to
only 15 per cent of the population of
sired was black with them for blocks
the Union of American Hebrew Con- Young Israel Synagogue and the hoe. He will need all those quali-
Russia
can
read
and
write,
due
to
and
the police had to be called to
kregations, which is conducting a na- Young bleu's and Women's Hebrew tes of far-sightedness, astute judg-
Governmental hindrance, every for-
clear the way.
tion-wide campaign for $3,590,000 for Associations. if he speakers were ment, and urbanity tinged with firns-
ward
movement
being
thwarted.
On
the day I visited the Consulate
John H. Finley, State Commissioner 'less on principle which distinguished
a ten years' extension program.
When Catherine the Great came to
it was raining hard and the line
of Education; Dr. Judah I.. Magnsis Isis career in cabinet oilier.
the
throne,
Mine.
Lovrov
explained,
During the war Mr. Strauss ren-
reached only from the door down-
It is curious ffsat both Mr. Lloyd
of the Joint Distribution Committee
dered notable service to the govern- for which Prof. Friedlaender was dis- George, WII0 could not persuade women became more emancipated
stairs and through the court - and a
ment as advisor in many departments bursing funds at the thine of his Samuel to join in his Coalition aminis- She painted word pictures of woman's
little way down the street.
There
,
ts
and
part
in
Revolutionary
movems
of the Liberty Loans and War Sav-
was one day, so the Consul told me,
tragic death, and Leon Hoffman and tration at the beginning of 1917, and
of their dissemination of education
ings Stamps Campaigns and in a num-
when they had 8,000 applications, and
Ruth Dressler. George M. Hyman, Mr. Asquith, whom Sir Herbert would
among those who were forbidden to
ber of other patriotic activities. He
on an average, Inc said, they ranted
President of the League of Jewish not desert. find themselves pressed
is a member of the National Commit-
between 500 and 1,000 applications
often enough for reasons why they partake of the tree of knowledge.
Youth of America, presided.
Russian
Women's
Equality
tee of the Constitutional 1.cague of
daily.
"With the spirit of youth we ad- should be so steadfast to the political
that need. Despite cramped quarters
Lovrov stated that meetings IVITH this issue if he Detroit Jew-
America, chairman of the finance com-
Old men in little black caps and the
genius
of
the
Montagu
banking
mire the soldier-like courage, the Mac-
and obstacles connected with printing
of women only were unknown in Rus- " ish Chronicle announces its re-
mittee.of the National Committee on
long black Jewish coats, stoop-
cabbean heroism of l'rofessor Israel house. The general public does not
sia. "Man looks upon woman in Rus- moval from the offices hitherto occu- and poldication, news sources were shouldered boys with flat derbys rest-
Budgets, vice-chairman of the Busi-
seem
to
realize
that
sterling
loyalty
Friedlaender in facing death to give
increased, the size of the paper en-
TIM Men's Council of New York, and succor and relief to his fellow Jews," to his friends and patriotism of the sia as absolutely his own equal," the pied in the Book building to per-
larged and a more attractive typogra- ing on their ears, fuzzy-haired young
is actively affiliated with many other said Mr. Hyman. "But we are not cleanest and most unselfish kind are speaker declared. "They are given manent quarters in its new home, 206
girls and wrinkled older women with
phy etnployed.
full equality in every way." "Russia High street west.
national organizations.
met merely to give expression to the outstanding characteristics of the
The Chronicle's efforts met with al- brown wigs—they wait there all day,
The
transition
was
long
in
contem-
is
aflame,"
she
said
in
conclusion,"
with the long suffering patience and
Dr. Krass is bead of one of the grief at our great loss. Youth does High Commissioner.
and woman is her guilding star."
plation. With the amazingly rapid in- most immediate success. Accompany- determination of their race, as the
No Promotion for Samuel.
largest congregations in New York not mourn, for youth thinks but little
The meeting was opened with the crease in the population of Detroit ing its recent reorganization and the line shuffles forward, inch by inch,
It was no political promotion for
taking
over
of
the
company
by
Jo-
City and has toured the country sev- of death. Youth has life before it,
reading of the 23rd Psalm by bliss came a corresponding growth of the
toward the promised land.
eral times in the interest of Jewish and we here this evening have before him when he left London for Jeru- Anna Solomon.
Detroit Jewish community. There seph J. Cummins, were flattering in-
It may appear to be moving slow-
lie was not only Mr. As-
us the living hopes of the Jewish peo- salem.
War Sufferers abroad.
sprang up, over night as it were, a creases its circulation and the amount ly, but as a matter of fact, in com-
Mrs. A. Cooper Sings
qu:th's
second
in
command
of
the
free
ple. We must become the standard
Several pleasing vocal selections multitude of purely Jewish enterprises of advertising space carried.
parison with the emigrants of the
Will Conduct Active Campaign.
move- Liberal opposition, but he had at his
The
new
home
of
The
Chronicle
is
An active campaign is being vigor- bearers of a great Jewish youth ssance
nearby countries, who have to wait
disposal, whenever Inc cared for it, were given by Mrs. Abraham Cooper. and activities, all of which pointed to the direct result of that expansion.
Dusty conducted here as a part of this ment, of that Jewish rennai
and without sacrifice of principle, any accompanied on the piano by Miss a steadily increasing complexity. The
The building at High street and months, often, even to have their ap-
national campaign to raise the funds which l'rof. Friedlaender heralded
Detroit
Jewish
Chronicle
had
passed
Mildred
Nadlc.
plications acted on, these Polish ap-
other he chose to take under Lloyd
for the support of the Hebrew Union —the dawn of the golden era in J ew-
Many important reports were given. its early era of struggle. It had be- Grand River avenue will be entirely plicants are particularly favored. They
George. lint Inc felt his duty was to
occupied by The Chronicle editorial
College of Cincinnati (an institution ish history, of the Diaspora plus Pal-
Mrs.
Sidney
Weinman,
chairman
of
come
the
official
mouthpiece
of
De-
till out their papers one day and, as
bring to the first government of the
the Religious Committee, spoke of the troit's largest Jewish social and fra- offices, business, advertising and cir- a rule, get their passports the next.
for the ordination of rabbis), for the cstine."
Commissior
ne Finle y d eclared that Holy Land, that combination British
excellent work that was being done ternal organizations. It bent every culation departments. Ott the ground At the rate they are being hurried
extension of synagogue activity, and
should long remembet administrative integrity and Jewish
floor
have
been
installed
two
Morgen-
Jewish education throughout the the whole city
understanding which together would through Friday night services at the effort to meet the responsibilties en- thaler linotype machines, together through indeed, some 250,000 Polish
country, for the establishment of a Friedlaender, and compared hint to
provide the precedent for future rulers clubhouse, 45 Rowena street, kindling tailed by its position in the cotnniun- with stone-tables, type-cases and com- Jews will have gone to America in the
rabbis' pension fund and a synagogue the Crusaders of old.
next year through Warsaw alone,
of the new country. Whether Sit the Sabbath Lights and reading pass- ity.
With the recent census report and plete printing equipment. With the
building loan fund, and for the pro-
Herbert will remain for many years ages from the Bible.
From Warsaw to Danzig
Dr. Franklin Talks
city directory statistics came the real- completion of its program, The Chron-
teetibn of Jewish irights throughout
high commissioner is not certain. The
From Warsaw they proceed, as a
Rabbi Leo M. Franklin talked on ization that more than 80,000 Jews icle, it is said, will be the best-equip- rule, to Danzig, assisted by
the land, which has as its purpose the
very anti-semites who complain of too
one of the
ped Jewish weekly printed in English
prevention of enactment of class legis-
much Jewish influence in British poli- the coming Comnignity Union drive had made Detroit their home. With-
powerful Jewish organizations, which
t and urged the wosnen to do their out seeking to differentiate between in the United States.
gives
advice,
sends
cables,
tics,
and
imply
or
say
outright
t1
and even
lation.
News Sources Augmented
share in the campaign. Mr. A. Lovett Reform and Conservative, Zionist and
they would be glad to see the develop
provides special trains, As Poland is
One million three hundred thou-
The editorial division of the paper
meat of a nationalism which shoal d of the Citizen's League directed the Anti-Zionist, Jews of the old world
full of typhus and the disease is car-
sand dollars of the $3,500,000 fund has To Be First of • S ' of Educational
members in the method of voting.
or Jews of this, the new, the De- will keep pace with the mechanical. ried by the body louse, all the third-
(Continued on Page Six.)
already been raised, it has been an-
Lectures Given By Shaarey•
Refreshments were served at the troit Jewish Chronicle endeavored to Foreign and domestic news will be class and some of the
second-class
nounced by Mr. Manny Strauss,
Zedek Y. P. A.
close of the most enthusiastic and in- record the activities of all and to find handled by two press services, the passengers are sent to a detention
chairman of the advisory committee
structive meeting ever held by the something of interest to all in the Jewish Correspondence Bureau and camp and thoroughly deloused before
of the campaign. This fund has been
the
International
Jewish
Press
Bu-
Prof. Herbert R. Cross, head of the
club.
Jewish news of the city, the state, the
being permitted to embark.
contributed by 69 cities. Two hun- Fine Arts department at the Univer-
reau. This will be augmented by a
nation and the world.
Colonel Gilchrist, in charge of , the
dred communities arc participating in sity of Michigan, a nation-wide au-
number of special correspondents,
The Need for Expansion
American commission to fight typhus,
the campaign.
The need for expansion was at hand writing exclusively for The Detroit feels that there should be a 12-day
thority on classic art, will speak on Noted Cleveland Jurist Speaks on Cons.
mon
Sense
Administration
of
Jewish Chronicle, located in the larger
Dr. Leo M. Franklin is chairman "The Old Testament in Art." before
quarantine at Danzig. The officer
Bishop Proposes Law to Check Their and The Chronicle sought to meet
Justice.
cities of the United States and in the
of the local campaign and will pre- the Young People's Auxiliary of
sent by our Public Health Depart-
Influence in Hungary.
Judge Nlanuel Levine, a noted
Hon. Leopold
European capitals.
side at the meeting, at which there Shaarey Zedek synagogue, corner
ment to oversee the departure of these
Cleveland jurist, will speak on "Corn-
whose first ar-
Spero, A. B.,
will be tut solicitation for funds. Th e NVillis and Brush streets.
emigrants told me however, that
ticles, written from London, appeared
BUDAPEST.—A presentation of
meeting is purely educational. The
Prof. Cross Will illustrate his talk non Sense in the Administration of
inasmuch as the voyage took at least
in the last issue of The Chronicle is 14 days, and as the
speakers will explain the work of the with stereopticon views. A splendid Justice," at the opening meeting of the Jewish question in Hungary that
delousing was
the first of these correspondents
Union of American Hebrew Congre- musical program has been provided. the Detroit Open Forum, Sunday, has attracted wide republication and
carefully done and the emigrants re-
whose weekly letters and special in-
comment was made by the Bishop of
gations and appeal to the Jews of this
The address marks the first of a November 7.
mained for a week generally in the
Twenty-one speakers of national Stuhlweissenburg. Ottakar Proltazka,
terviews will do much toward giving
city to give to it its active support.
series of educational lectures to be
camp there was little danger of the
and international prominence are in the course of a debate in the Na- President-Elect Declares Failure to to The Chronicle its desired interna-
The meeting will he preceded by a presented by the Auxiliary this sea-
disease getting into Atnerica in this
scheduled to address the fifth season tional Assembly this week.
Preach
Tolerance
and
Justice
tional scope.
son.
Other
speakers
in
the
series
are
religious service which starts at 7:30.
way.
of
the
Forum,
according
to
the
cur-
Photographs and illustrations of pe-
The bishop introduced and spoke
Results in Riot.
l'rof. blax I.. Nlargolis, of Dropsic
Delays and Difficulties
The public is cordially invited.
culiarly Jewish interest will be sup-
to a bill intended to restrict tine num-
College, Philadelphia. who will lec- rent issue of the Detroit Forum.
To nte, after hearing all summer of
Other speakers on the list are: Nor- ber of Jewish students in the univer-
NEW YORK—Judge Gustave Hart- plied by Underwood & Underwood, the difficulty of getting to America
ture on "The Truth About Jews and
Judaism," on Wednesday evening, man liapgood, former editor of Har- sity, the clinics and the colleges of man, Grand blaster of the Independ- the Wide World Photo Co. and the the spectacle was, indeed, astounding.
Nov 24, and Rabbi Max Heller of per's and Collier's Weeklies. and re- agriculture. It was meant, he said, to ent Order B'rith Abraham, has made International Photo Co.
Inc Finland, Esthonia, Latvia and Lith-
New Orleans, who will speak some- cently American minister to Denmark; guarantee a living to the Hungarian public a letter which inc has received
State News to be Featured
uania, one had heard the same stories
Arthur Gleason and S. K. Ratcliffe, middle classes, and at the same time from President-Elect Warren G.
Jewish activities throughout the —delays and difficulties of all sorts,
time in January.
New $100,000 Building at 166th Street
The Y. P. A. Hebrew and History authorities on British labor and so- to afford a basis for a predetermined Harding. In the course of the letter state of Michigan are to be mirrored apparently desirable people, who, in
and Grand Concourse Ready
in regularly-appearing columns de- spite of exchange, had scraped to-
classes, conducted by Rabbi A. M. cial problems; Mlle. Marguerite selection of students. This selection Harding says:
for Patients.
"It is gratifying that you and your voted to news notes from l'ontiac, gether the money to cable to Wash-
Hershman have proven a great suc- Clement, of the University of Paris; was to have patriotism for a basis.
Louis
F.
Post,
assistant
secretary
of
The
measure
was
not
a
plot
against
associates
recognize
the
sincerity
of
Flint, Saginaw, Jackson, Kalamazoo, ington and pay for their vise and
cess The classes, which are divided
labor; Rabbi Horace J. Wolf, of Ro- the liberty of education.
my protests against the outbursts, Battle Creek, Lansing and Bay City. steamer tickets—a mere vise in Latvia
NEW YORK.—Attended by a into two sections, meet Thursday
chester,
N.
Y.,
and
a
number
of
Amer-
amounting
practically
to
emotional
in-
"Since
1867,"
he
continued,
"Hun-
Detroit and Detroit's Jewish life, costs 1,600 Lettish rubles—waited
thousand or more men and women. evening, from 7:30 to 10. About 40
ican university professors.
garian political economy and Hun- sanity, which arc most often respon- will, of course, continue to hold the months for Washington to answer,
the formal dedication of the 5100000 students are enrolled.
Meetings are held every Sunday, at garian trade have experienced a great sible for the pogroms, for massacres center of interest for The Chronicle.
Sunday Dante.
building of the Bronx Maternity Hos-
and then had not heard at all or had
The Auxiliary will give a dance 3 p. m., in the auditoriutn of the Cen- expansion and for this we have to of innocent victims in many lands. Space wilt be devoted to every worthy only heard that they were refuses and
pital, at the northeast corner of 166th
tral High School, Forest and Cass thank the Jews. By dint of their in- even sometimes in our own. 1 do not enterprise and every communal
street and Grand Concourse. took Sunday evening, November 7. in the
lost
both cable charges and the chance
avenues. l'rof. Marshall Pease, tinder telligence and tenacity of life the mean to excuse the perpetrators of achievement will be faithfully record-
!place outdoors' in front of the insti- gymnasium of the synagogue. A
(Continued on Psis Six)
-
the auspices of the Chamber Music Jews have pushed back, as it were, such crimes when I ascribe them to ed. Besides furthering these enter-
tution recently. An opportunity was special orchestra has been engaged.
Society, will furnish the music. The the new Hungarian generation.
period of temporary insanity, because prises by every possible means
given those present to contribute Mr. and Mrs. Philip Gordon will act
meetings are free to the public.
"Anti-Semitism as such dries not that would be to admit that the civili- through its columns, the Chronicle
something toward liquidating the out- as chaperons.
exist in Hungary. Our anti-Semtism zation of which we boast is a mere hopes to act in the role of historian
standing obligations of the institution
is such as bids us to look upon the veneer. We fail lamentably where we as well, furnishing the non-Jewish
and for its maintenance, and several
Jew as an essential portion of the na- do not preach effectively tolerance as news agencies of Detroit with such
thousand dollars were raised. The
tion, but to prevent him gaining a well as justice and security and re- data as may be sought relative to the
campaign for funds is to be continued,
preponderance over us. We are not spect for the rights of others as much significance of holidays, religious Many Novel 'Stunts' Promised By
and the hope was expressed that at
Leon Goldsmith, Chairman of
faced by the problem of anti-Semi- as liberty.
usages and customs, and whatever
least $100,000 will be subscribed for
Entertainment,
"And while I hold these views as else may be of significance or interest
tism, but by that of racial self-defense.
Carrying on this work.
Our Christianity is being made to feel to ail. peoples, irrespective of race or to the city at large.
The institution is now open for the
Something
distinctly novel and dlr.
that it is being pushed back at every creed or condition, I am especially
Dr. Franklin, Editorial Head
registration of patients The building
step. This process deserves the name earnest in my protests against the fre-
Dr. Leo M. Franklin, of Temple ferent In the way of amusement Is
accommodates forty beds and will be
psomised
by
Leon Goldsmith, chair-
quent reversions to bar anty the Beth El, president of the Central Con-
quent
of dc-Christianization.
Aiss) used exclusively for maternity cases
"Our attitude of defense must not treatment of the Jewish citizens of ference of American Rabbis, whose man of the Entertainment Committee,
and the treatment of diseases of chil-
be looked upon by the Jews as an act many lands, a people who have com- editorials in the Chronicle have been for the Stag party to be given by
i then. It was announced that the
of hatred. Merely for the sake of lib- manded always my admiration bt widely quoted in the Literary Digest Pisgah Lodge, No. 34, I. 0. B. B.,
policy of the institution is to provide
eralism we must not suffer that half their genius, industry, endurance, pa- and other sectarian and non-sectarian Monday, November 15, in its lodge
free treatment and accomodation to
the lawyers and the majority of metli- tience and persistence, the lives their publications, will continue to act as rooms, 28 Broadway.
those who cannot afford to pay, and
"While It Is not my Intention or
cal men in the country be Jews. Not broad charity and philanthropy and editorial contributor.
is non-sectarian.
purpose to disclose the nature of the
only the middle classes, but also what their obedience to the laws under
Special messages, articles, and com-
surprises arranged for the evening,"
The exercises were presided over
may be called the genius of the race which they live."
ment on situations affecting the Jew
Mr. Goldsmith declared, "I can con-
by Mayron S. Yochelson, one of the
is advancing toward its extermination.
will be elicited from time to time and
fidently say that the evening will
vice-presidents, who made the open-
Hungarian literature is saturated with
from various sources. An elaborate
prove replete with pleasant surpIrses,
ing remarks. The other speakers in-
the Jewish atmosphere. We must de-
exchange system to operate among
It will be the most mirthful, enjoy-
cluded Health Commissioner Royal
fend our national culture when we sec
America's Jewish dailies is also being
able, fun-provoking evening the mem-
S. Copeland. Congressman Anthony
it endangered."
contemplated. The Chronicle will be
bers have enjoyed In many a month.'
Plans for the erection of a new
J. Griffith of the twenty-second con-
regularly supplied with stories and
Novel stunts of a mysterious nature,
synagogue in the north Woodward
gressional district; Judge John If.
fiction by Elma Ehrlich Levinger,
district will be completed at a meet- who occupies a high position in the vaudeville acts, music are a few of
Tierney and Dr. Henry Moskowitz,
the
features.
ing to be held at 7 o'clock Sunday literary world through her knowledge
who spoke in the place of Judge
Dr. Stutzman Talks
evening. Nov. 7, at the home of Mr.
Abraham I. Elkus. Dr. Julius Weiss,
of and ability to depict Jewish life.
Dr. J. 0. Stutzman, Superintendent
J. M. Morris, 128 Hague avenue. A Exclusive rights for the territory
chairman of the building committee,
of
the
Detroit
House of Correction,
location
for
the
newly
planned
syna-
presented the key to the institution
Edwin task, for Fourth Time Wins
have been sold to The Chronicle.
gave a highly Interesting and Instruc-
gogue has been selected at the north-
to Elias Bayer, president of the
Western Chess Championship.
Editorial Policy Remains Same
tive
talk
to
the
members at the Mon-
west
corner
of
John
R
and
Holbrook,
Bronx Maternity Hospital, who was
The editorial policy of The Chron- day meeting, on "Advanced Methods
the lot chosen having 100 feet on Hol-
warmly praised by Dr. Weiss for the
icle will remain the same, actuated by of Prison Reform".
Edward Lasker for the fourth time brook and IW feet on John R.
part he had taken in the construction
No
won the western chess championship.
Dr. Stutzman explained the new
Temporary officers of the new con- a spirit of fairness and sanity.
of the building. Interspersing the
MANNY STRAUSS
Mrs. Lasker is a daughter of Rabbi gregation will be elected at the meet- cause will be deemed too unimportant disciplinary system now in force at
DR. NATHAN KRASS.
speeches were selections from the
to
receive
notice
in
its
columns.
No
and Mrs. May Heller, of New Or- ing Sunday evening, when plans will
the prison and which la being watched
Hebrew Orphan Asylum Band. The
group will be refused opportunity to with Interest by penologists through-
leans.
be completed for a large public mass-
invocation was offered by the Rev. MURDER OF JEWISH WINE TRAGIC DEATH OF A
According to a cableram received meeting. Suggestions will also be re- present its views. Without obligations out the country. The system, accord-
Dr. Joseph Silverman, and the closing
JEWISH SCHOLAR from
to any save its public, enjoying an ing to the Superintendent, does away
London
Sam
Rzeshelski.
the
8-
ceived at this meeting for a name for
prayer was given by the Rev. Dr. MERCHANT STIRS HUNGARY
FRANKFORT-ON-THE-MAIN.— year-old Jewish chess wonder, is the new synagogue. All north Wood- independence in its sphere often de- with armed guards and all forms of
William M. Kephart.
nied the greatest of city dailies, The physical punishment, They are u-
ready
to
take
passage
to
this
country,
Arthur Wolfgang Kohn, a young Jew-
ward residents interested in a congre-
The officers of the hospital are:
VIENNA.—The details made pub- ish scholar of this city, was killed together with his manager, his par- gation in their immediate vicinity are Chronicle need never hesitate in a pro- slated In the management of the
President , Elias Bayer; vice-presi-
fession of its faith, an opportunity to prison by the prisoners themselves
cousin,
as
soon
as
the
pass-
and
a
lic by Deputy Rupert at the last ses- while climbing mountains in the vi- ents
asked to communicate with Mr. Mor-
dents, Harry Abberlock, Nathan A.
sion of the Hungarian parliament re- cinity. He was 25 years of age, but ports arc granted to the party. for ris, 128 Hague avenue, or call Market champion whatever scents to make through a council composed of 13 in-
Kommel and Myron S. Yochelsonn;
for Jewish welfare, with those forces mates.
garding the murder of the Jewish notwithstanding his youth, had which the American consul in Lon- 205-H.
secretary, Barnett Kopellman; treas-
avowedly or subtly antagonistic to
How well the new system I. work-
merchant I.anda has aroused much already made his mark in the field of don has applied.
urer, Dr. Louis hf. Kommel. The
Jewish interests it need make no com- ing and In what measure it Is appre-
It is the intention to have the child
excitement in that country, according jurisprudence. Ile was recently ap-
JEWS FLEE VILNA.
other directors of the institution are:
promise
or
declare
truce.
Ever
main-
elated
by the men was evidenced re-
give
exhibitions
of
simultaneous
play
pointed
a
professor
at
the
Frankfort
to a report from Budapest. Premier
Dr. Samuel L. Bach, 981 Avenue St.
Thousands of Jews have fled from taining its loyalty to Judaism, thor- cently when Dr. Stutsman and Dr. I.
Teleki after a conference with other University, but before he had a in all larger cities of this country and
John; Dr. Philip Leibling, 920 Avenue
oughly
American
in
spirit
and
tone,
Z.
Taub,
assistant superintendent,
Canada,
and
to
have
him
meet
some
Vilna
and
have
arrived
by
wagons
and
chance
to
deliver
his
first
lecture,
the
members of the government, stated
St. John; Dr. Julius Weiss, 748 Kelly
The Chronicle can but hope that the were presented with two silver lov-
that a searching investigation would accident occurred. The deceased was of the strong American players in in- by foot at Vilkomir. Representatives
Street; Harris Danzig, 1055 Stebbins
the gifts of the prisoners,
ing
cups,
future
will
bring
a
continuance
of
the
of
the
Jewish
National
Council
have
dividual
games.
be made of the affair with the idea a son of the well-known philosopher,
avenue; Benjamin Markowitz, Rock-
Another Jew, Dr. Emanuel Lasker, left Kovno by automobile to bring favor and support which it has en- purchased out of their prison earn-
of establishing those guilty of the Leopold Kohn, and the nephew of the
ville Centre; Julius Finn, 120 Broad-
ings.
joyed
in
the
past.
food
for
the
refugees.
holds
the
world's
chess
championship.
great Jewish scholar, Moses Lazarus.
crime.
way.

Straws and Krass Open Drive for
$3,500,000 Fund Friday,
Nov. 5.

PROF. H. R. CROSS
TO TALK ON OLD
TESTAMENT ART

JUDGE LEVINE TO
OPEN FORUM YEAR

MAYGARS CURB JEWS

POGROMS CAUSED
BY INSANITY OF
MOMENT—Harding

BRONX MATERNITY
HOSPITAL DEDICATED

PISGAH LODGE WILL
STAGE STAG PARTY
MONDAY, NOV. 15

WILL PLEAD FOR JUDAISM

NORTH ENDERS PLAN
FOR NEW SYNAGOGUE

JEW IS WESTERN
CHESS CHAMPION

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