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The Detroit Jewish Chronicle, 1921-09-09

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therefore, in this respect is not pecul-
iar; it is only bezause its problems
are immediate and acute that they
assume • mire protrusve sore! sig-
Susceptible to Solotiom
Broadly speaking, there are just
two Jewish problems; that is, all the
various questions that concern speci-
fically the Jewish people—that vex
A represetative of the Palestinian Arab delegation left for Geneva to and perplex—under philosophic an-
alysis fall into two general groups.
confer with Dr. Drummond, secretary of the League of Nations.
Those that vex result from race an-
• • • •
Herman Landau, well known philanthropist, social worker and artist, tagonism; those that perplex relate to
the mission ,of Israel.
died in London at the age of 82.
Now, every human problem poten-

tially is susceptible of solution. All
For the first time in history, a regular train service for passengers and
is required to this end is
freight has been established between Haifa and the city of Amman in thorough-going observation and ab-

• •
solute logic. This is because every
fact in the universe is related to all
At • large public demonstration of German militarists held in Berlin,
other facts. Therefore, no event
inflammatory speeches against Jews were made by several speakers.
(events being a form of fact) is iso-

lated from another, no happening is
A new Hebrew Seminary will shortly be opened in Riga under the direc-
complete in itself. Everything is con-
tion of the Jewish Scientific Society of
junctive and consequential. Yester-

day is indivisibly and cohesively
The well known Russian-Jewish author, Lifshitz, who wrote under the coupled with tomorrow. Earth itself
pen name Gershon ben Gershon, died in Odessa.
is but a link in the cosmic chain of
• • • •
causation. That any particular
The Queen of Holland has appointed Chief Rabbi A. S. Onderwijzer an problem remains unsolved is due, rot
officer of the Order of Orange Nassau.
to any intrinsic difficulty of the prob-
lem itself, but to our own intellectual
The Jerusalem Hebrew daily, Ila-aretz, has been suspended for a week limitations. Either we fail fully to
by the Palestinian censor.
perceive all the facts involved, or we

• •
are unable to place chase facts in cor-
The film "Humoresque," founded on Fanny Hunt's story of the same rect relation t, one another.
name, is now being exhibited in London, England, where it is duplicating
Need Impartial Observers.
. its American success.
Certain it is that the solution of

f the Jewish problem never will be
Dr. Max Nordau has decided that the fund collected on the occasion o . found by Judaphobes. Scarcely more
his seventieth birthday shall go towards the foundation of a biological echo'
probable is it that it will never be
provided by Semitophiles. It can be
■ rship in Palestine.

only by an impartial obsery
Prominent among the representatives of American professors at th f er, one whose vision is unobscured
Anglo-American Conference of Historians is Professor Jacob Hollander o
by any shadow of partisanship.
Johns Hopkins University, Batimore.
For this reason the .1 ea himself
is unqualified for the undertaking.
A portrait in oils by Isaac Cohen, R. 0. I., of Sir John Monash, K. C. B.
However broad the survey of wide-
which was exhibited at the Royal Academy, has been presented to th ; minded Jews, the really perceptiv e
Gentile is provided with a truer per-
Melbourne National Gallery.


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Miss P. Abrahams, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Israel Abrahams of Cam- 'P' It
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fit, therefore, that the Jewish
bridge, England, has received the degree of B. A. from Oxford University' problem should be discussed by
non-Jewish writer endowed with a
the first Jewess to receive the degree.

• •
Sammy Rzesschewsky, the youthful chess wonder, while in Los Angeles,
of his
As a understanding
disinterested party,
ts his attitude is one of detachment. The
as I Calif., recently for med a fast friendship with Charley Chaplin, who interes
onlooker always is more accurately
him as much as he interests Chaplin.
• • •

observant than the participator.
Israel's Ideal.
The Pope received Governor Sir Ronald Storrs of Jerusalem in private
The crux of the Jewish problem is
audience. Governor Storrs is influential in church circles in England and
the attainment of the ideal of Israel.
much significance is attached to his visit to the Vatican.
• • •

A fire that broke out in Scutari, near Constantinople, destroyed a large All other phases of the question are
part of the Jewish quarter of the town. Three hundred Jewish families subordinate
This consummation
to this sovereign
never can issue.
be re-
alized until the Jews are brought in ,
1307 Broadway, B'nai B'rith Bldg., 2nd Floor
are left homeless and in urgent need of help.
• • •

to harmonious relation with Aryan
The American Red Cross has presented the Constantinople branch of the peoples.
This is the day of coalition, and it
Joint Distribution Committee with considerable clothing and other neceosi-
Phone Cherry 1404
is imperative for the establishment
ties, in token of its appreciation of the good work done by the "Joint."
, in which the'
of the New
The London Times announces that the discoveries proving the so-called
"Protocols of the Elders of Zion" t obe false will shortly be published in a spiritual
idea diverse
shall be and
ideals shall be unified and harmoniz-
brochure which will be circulate d at a nominal charge,
• e • •
ed. The Jewish ideal is the only one

Good Wholesome Food, Conscientious Service and
famous cantor, Gershon Sirota, left Danzig for America. It is re- my searchings have found that, by
Reasonable Prices
ported here that he has signed a $10,000 contract to act as cantor in a reason of its rational basis, seems fit-
ted for universal acceptance by the
Synagogue during the high holidays.

• •
peoples of this planet. 11'e find it in
Egyptian elections for delegates the fundamentls from which all other
A Trial Will Convince You.
to the Zionist Congress the Weizmann faction succeeded in electing Most ethical systems have sprung. Its es-
sense pervades both Christanity and
Al of their candidates.
Mohammedism, whose followers com-
• •• •

more than half the world's pup-
.... is
zvr., —

al! appointments to government posts depend, decided that only Christian ulation.
? ,
ideal that could persist unim-
officials be sent to Ukraine from central headquarters, and that the local
paired throughout the changes of so
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many centuries must lie more than a
• • •


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A report from Budapest states that soldiers of Admiral llorty's army dram; it must have vitality and sub-
attacked the home of the Jewish merchant, Rothschild, and shot his young stance and integrity.
Seeks Public Good.
daughter. The soldiers sacked his store and residence and seriously injured
Israel's ideal is the public good. It
the merchant.
is the cult of righteousness, the gos-
• • • •
The Premier of Hungary, in a statement in Parliament, declared that pet of social justice. It would remodel'
Jewish refugees from Galicia are not being admitted into Hungary and society, readjust human relations, and
that the government was considering extending the prohibition to include establish a new and an equitable or-

Jewish refugees from all countries. der of The
principle of the common bond
• • •

The Society of Slardic Jews in Palestine has published an open letter of humanity is so plain that, a man
to lncr the
of to
ai e, French ex-president, protesting against his statement re- need know
olitical nothing
have science
the key
riddle in his possession. Basic
cetly made in the Malin, that the Spanish Jews in Palestine were op- or to pe
en of Zionism.
morality, upon which the integrity of
Dancing every Thursday, Friday,
a • •
society depends, recognizes no race
Dr. Eliash will take Dr. Eder's place as temporary head of the Zionist distinctions. The hand of the Jew
Saturday and Sunday
Commission in Jerusalem until Dr. Eder returns from Carlsbad. Dr. Eliash steadfastly holds aloft the light of
was formerly the secretary of the Zionist Commission and is a prominent this only ultimate human faith.
Special Features
Spectators Balcony
There is a significant symbolism in
Palestinian lawyer, who played an important part in the recent official in-
the legend of Ahasuerus, "The Wan-
quiry into the Jaffa disturbances.
Ladies, I5c
• • • •
tiering Jew," for in its subtler mean-
The London Morning Post prints a protest against the granting of ings it proclaims the promise that the
special concessions to Pinchus Rottenberg in the carrying out of his hydro- ideals of Israel shall eternally en-
SOCWKWSWYMIC973M10474WCIO ASSWISCWISWWW$10tWOMIOCWOCKS electric scheme, arguing that no such special concessions are in order until lure.
Judaism and not Christianity is
the contract for electrification and irrigation has been opened for public
right regarding the Messiah. Jesus
• • •

the gentle-souled was not the Messiah
The Russian delegates to the Zionist Congress called a special pre- The true Messiah is yet to come. The
liminary conference to discuss the matter of organizing those Russian mistake of the Jews was in their con-
Zionists now residing outside Russia. The impetus for such an organiza- ception of the Messiah. The Messiah
lion comes from the large Russian-Jewish colony that has grown up in is not a personage, but an incarnate
Berlin. idea. It is symbolic of a condition of
universal justice. The Messianic Era
• • • •
In accordance with a law recently paused by the New York State I.egis- merely will me the reajization of [s-
tature, Governor Miller has appointed a committee of three to censor motion rael's social ideal.
System of Ideals.
Specializing in Large or Small Alterations.
pictures. Joseph Levenson, for many years leader of the First Assembly
It is incorrect, perhaps, to speak
District of New York City, has been appointed on of the commissioners
of the "Jewish Ideal", a domain so
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extensive must comprehend a system
• • • •
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From the President's Desk—Talk No. 68.

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Financial Reserve

Every successful. efficient business-
man must always carry two reserves
with which to meet emergencies:

—a Physical Reserve.

—a Financial Reserve.

Our vacation period is about over. Every man has
had his summer play-time in which to build up his
physical reserve. Now comes the Fall and Winter
work-period during which we should build up our
Financial Reserve.

Start now to revive that depleted bank account.
Your Physical reserve will do it. It depends chiefly
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The city of Harbi, in Manchuria, now harboring thousands of Russian of ideals.
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This system embraces all those has-
. .
refugees, is fast becoming a great center for anti-Semitic agitation. A
isaSelSIssashis.WMWISSICISNIVOWIWISMSZOMMIMICKSWe6961$1033 society of Russian emigrees recently published a violent pamphlet against is ideals the universal acceptance of
Jews which are distributed among the local population, as part of the which will bind in harmonious union
uman o rite.
ps ail c e cse p utt. n h ce
pp TROrT

to arouse their hatred towards the Jewish refugees now in the same the
• .
of these

ideals inevitably will result in a gen-
• •

i l
It is now definitely established that the difficulties which Palestinian eral awakening of altruism and sym-
MaZir6V6WOMMIMMIXIStiCIS1MW6VissesSIMaltIOMWSICSMVeW ancl other delegates to the Zionist Congress have experienced in getting visas pathy, an improvement in individual
to pans through Austria, have been brought about by the action of a certain character, an elevation of all the stan-
minister, Weber by name, who is a known anti-Semite, and who acted with- dards of life.
The sooner the inarticulate major-
the knowledge or consent of either Premier Sehober or the Minister
of Interior. Both of these have now instructed consuls to vise the pass. ity comprehend these ideals, recognize
their utility, and adopt them, the bet-
-The anti- ports and the incident is considered •
ter it will be for the world.

NEW YORK.—The American Jew- Semitic daily, the Morning Post, taken
When this is done—and it must be
Ws Relief Committee has sent to the quite seriously the recent articles
Donating books on Jewish subjects to the library of the University of l one
yu aistic initiative—the Jew-
Synagogues of the United States a nrinted by the London Times, show- Oklahoma is a policy adopted by the members of Temple B'nai Israel of a
request that the Rabbis devote their ing that the so-called "Protocols of Oklahoma City. The university authorities appreciate the favor and approve IA problem will disappear.
sermons on Yom Kippur to the prob- the Ehlers of Zion" are false docu- of the plan whereby students of the plan whereby students of the university
lems of the Jews in Europe, and that ments manufactured by individuals of are afforded opportunity to consult sources on matters pertaining to Jewish' EXPULSION OF UKRAINE
For Cash, Partial Payment or on Conservative
funds be contributed on that day to rather shady reputation. The Morn- religion and literature.
. • . •
help carry on the important work of ing Post, however, refuses to rely on
putting our unfortunate co-religion- the evidence of the Times and prom-
The Young Zionists' Society of Damascus has forwarded an appeal to
Review gives the facts pertaining to
ists upon their feet. The letter, ises to conduct an independent in- the Zionist Congress asking it to intercede for the abolishment of the sup-
the active stocks in the various markets. Write today for a copy
WARSAW.—(J. T. A.l—The Po-
signed by Felix M. W•rburg, says in vestigation, assuring its readers, pression of Zionist activities which now exists in Syria. The memorandum
nevertheless, that on no occasion did discusses at length the importance of Zionist propaganda in Syria and lish government has begun the expul-
"They still need our help. They it commit itself to the authenticity of emphasizes that a proper understanding of Zionism by Syria Arab nation- sion of the thousands of Ukrainian
want to earn their daily bread, be- the "Protocols."
alists will do much to smooth out many of the difficulties now existent homeless that have taken refuge in
the frontier districts of Poland. Rep-
come again self-supporting and self-
between Arabs and Jews.
• • • •
Established 1913.
resentatives that have come to War-
respecting men and women they once
were. They have no tools, materials JEWS OF ROUMANIA
The Inter-Allied High-Commissioners in Constantinople have issued an saw from the towns of Lemberg,
Ninth Floor Re•I Estate Exchange Building, Detroit, Mick.
workshops; they must have medical
ordinance that all passengers landing in Constantinople must have a specified Bartshev, Kopatiniez, Zbarash and
Cadillac 6150.1-2.3.
aid against epidemics, the war or-
— sum of money. If they cannot prove that they possess this sum, they are to be Skala in Eastern Galicia report that
phans must be cared for, the thou-
VIENNA.--IJ. T. A.l--The Rou- sent back to the country whence they come. Many Jewish refugees from the Polish police is energetically en-
Private leased wires connecting all offices and markets.
oands of wandering refugees must be manian Jewish press has subjected different countries will therefore be unable to land in Constantinople. Steps gaged in the work of evacuation. The
brought back to their dear ones.
condition of the homeless is truly de-
Dr. Castor of England to much criti- are being taken to obtain permission for those refugees who are recommend-
Without our help, they cannot do c'sm since his recently published in- ed by the Palestine Office in Constantinople or the "Joint" to land in Con- plorable.
The Ukrainian committee addressed
terview with a Roumanian journal, in stantiople.
The American Jewish Relief Com-
itself to the Ministry of the Interior,
• •
• •
which he declared that the Jewish
mittee has prepared special literature
iut without success. The ministry
problem of t .e country had been
The influence of the "Awakened Magyars" party on the Hungarian gov-
for Yom Yippur and will gladly sup-
solved with the granting of full eiti- ernment has been strengthened of late and is marked by a tendency to keep stated that the evacuation of the
ply every synagogue. Requests for
zenshin rights to all Jewish inhabit- all foreign Jews out of the country and to discharge Jewish citizens holding frontier towns must go on at all costs.
literature, pledge cards, etc., should
ants. Dr. Gaster's negotiations with government posts. Deputy Budavary demanded in Parliament that the gov-
be sent at once to the American Jew-
Take Janescu, the Prime Minister, ernment clear all government offices, courts and schools of Jews and Free
ish Relief Committee, 103 Park eve.
are resented as interferences of a Masons. Ile suggested that Jews should not be permitted to enter the uni-
Max Unger, Sec. and Trim
nue, New York City.
Lou Eppstein, Pres.
PARIS.—(J. C. B.)—The Arab
foreigner. versifies and that they should be tried in special courts.
delegation sent to Europe to inaugu-
As reports of the activities of the Arab delegation now in London con- rate • campaign otanti-Zionist propa-
PALESTINE INVESTORS tinue to.reach Jerusalem. dissatisfaction with the delegation, existent even ganda arrived in Rome. The head
before the delegation left Palestine, grows apace in local Arab circles. A of the delegation, Muss Pasha, presi-
JERUSALESI.— Several capital- movement has already been started to send to England another delegation. dent of the Arab Congress, issued •
WA RS A W.—(J. T. —Two hun-
statement thanking the Pope for his
■ who arrived in Palestine a fee This project finds especial favor among the extremists in Haifa and Shechem.
dred Ukrainian pogrom orphans left fat
Cartage Washing Polishing Accessories
months ago and purchased orchard. who have often expressed displeasure with the personnel of the group which opposition to Zionism. It is practi-
here for Danzig, whence they will in the vicinity of Jaffa, have liquida- Musa Kassim Pasha now heads. That the present delegation has failed in cally certain that the Christian mem-
- -
proceed to London and then to South ted their affairs and are preparing its mission to have the Balfour Declaration annulled has brought the oppo. bers of the delegation will be received'
Telephone Melrose 5849
556 Garfield Avenue
Africa, where they will be provided
to leave the country, for fear of repe- sition to • head, and it now appears probable that the delegation will be in audience by the Pope and his car-
for by individuals and the Jewish
the work it inaugurated.
talon of Arab attacks. recalled, and another sent to continue



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