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The Detroit Jewish Chronicle, 1921-12-02

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DECEMBER 2, 1921

New Hamilton Market

This Is A
Furniture Christmas

Corner Hamilton and Sturtevant

22 Stalls only

Make reservations now.

Kid Lewis of London has issued a challenge to fight Georges Carpentier,
who had challenged the championship of Dempsey.




•The visit of the Tchortkover Rabbi to Lemberg on behalf of the Keren
Ilayishuv of Palestine resulted in the collection of 2,000,000 marks for
that fund.

We protect your business.

We assist you by our advertising policy.

We have a large flat building in connection with
our Market.

Headquarters of the Zionist O rganization in London announce that the
first meeting of the newly elected Actions Committee will be held at Vienna
in December.



We will have the finest refrigeration plant in the city.

The frequenters of the Vienna Bourse declared a strike because of the
attempt of the Finance !Minister to place a special tax on Jewish brokers.
The proposed tax was to have taken the form of a levy on possessors
of gold.

• • •

And we are going to get the business.

We are already partly rented up.

Toyland

Bring the kiddies here and
let them revel in our verit-
able maze of better toys.
This department is greater
than ever and not to be
overlooked in our unusually
low prices. Don't fail to see
these toys.

One hundred and twenty chaluzim bound for Palestine, stranded at Ga-
latz because of want of funds, have hired themselves out as longshoremen
of the port and in this way hope to earn enough to proceed on their way
to Palestine.

• •

Better call and see us at once.

LOUIS SCHMIED, Owner.

DREIFUSS BROTHERS

The well known Warsaw Hebrew daily, Ila-Zetira, which has been in
existence for the last 40 years, will hereafter be published as a weekly
magazine. The change is due to financial difficulties from which the news-
paper has been suffering during the past year.





- Cherry 2966

The influential Bucharest Roumanian daily, Adverul, prints an article
praising the activities of the American Joint Distribution Committee highly
and urging the Roumanian government to assist the .1. D. C. financially in
its work among the Jewish refugees in Bessarabia.

• •

The Governor of Kluusenberg has sent a statement to the Jewish press
declaring that the Roumanian government has recognized the Jewish Na-
tional Council of Siedenburgen as the legal representative of the Jews of
that province because it is the organized expression of the majority of
its Jews.

• •

Sending Money Abroad
for Christmas

—THE—

OF DETROIT

lisoltr•C'es over $35,0Vt4000
Commercial Banking Services
3% on Savings Deposits


Is and clever innuendo in notices appearing
From carefully couched words
in the Vilna daily, Unser Freind, so written as to avoitUthe eye of the,
censor, it is learned that the Jews of Vilna have definitely decided to boy-
cott the forthcoming city elections for a Vilna Sejm, on the ground that,
independent body though it he now, it will soon lose its independent status
and become a part of the Polish state, it development to which the Jews
are opposed.
.


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Hard COAL

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Call G. GASSEL

, GARFIELD 3556

MARKET 1600

Also all kinds of Soft Coal—Hard Wood

Prairie Avenue and P. M. R. R.

From the President's Desk—Talk No. 79.

A Wish -I- Effort
-1- Time = "A Home"

This is the formula stated in its

simplest terms. Every man knows
it, but only the man with a "back-

bone" ever works it out.

The wish is born in your mind.

Whether it stays there or finds a

place on a corner lot depends on how
much effort and time you put he.

hind it.

The record of "Effort" and "Time" is written in
• Bank Book. If you have the wish, set it in
action. Open a Savings Account with this bank

then keep going until you arrive "home."

IRS

6TA

:71s
.

They formerly sold at $1995. Tomorrow at $941, more than
$1000 less. The sale will last 10 days. This is your opportunity.
Come early. They'll go fast. Ten-day sale. I

The Berlin Vossiche Zeitung prints an article by a Zionist authority, an-
swering the accusations made against Jews by General Ludendorff in his
book, "War and Politics." The writer declares that the arguments presented
in Ludendorff's book regarding the part played by Jews in the World War
and their demands with regard to Palestine are highly fantastic and with-
out foundation.

National Bank of Commerce

For the Highest Grade

These cars were made for foreign dealers, who were unable
to take them due to conditions abroad. To sell them quickly
they will be offered at a price that means NOT ONE CENT
OF PROFIT.

The Canadian government has opened an office in Warsaw that will
examine the passports and papers of emigrants desiring to go to Canada
and will inform the emigrants whether the immigration officials in Canada
will admit them. This step was taken BO as to avoid a repetition of the
unfortunate experiences of some emigrants who, after crossing the ocean,
were sent back because they did not possess the necessary paper.

FOREIGN DEPARTMENT



This morning at 5715 Woodward Avenue, a limited number
of new Columbia Six five passenger touring cars built for export
trade will be put on sale at $941 each. This price, which includes
war tax, is the lowest at which such fine cars have been sold in
recent years.

A conference of the Ort Society is to be held in Danzig towards the
end of November, in order to esatblish a large trade school for Jewish
workers in Danzig. The project has caused much interest in local Jewish,
circles, especially in view of the recent decision of the Christian artisans
to refuse Jewish students in the general trade schools, and prohibiting
Christian teachers from accepting Jewish students.

Open Monday Evenings from 6 to 6 o'clock

evaWs 1

At 5715 Woodward Avenue

Government promises to the contrary notwithstanding, the Jewish edu-
cational institutions in Bucharest are not receiving any support from that
source. In Kishinev alone, there are eight Hebrew schools and 100 ale-'
mentary Jewish schools, laboring under considerable difficulties and primi-
tive hygienic conditions because the Roumanian government has not kept
its promise.





Those who are planning to send money abroad for
Christmas can obtain the best of service through our
foreign department.
We have banking connections throughout the world,
and are thus able to transact your foreign business.
For those who wish to send money abroad we make
transfers by cable and also issue drafts and money
orders.
Let us help you •end your money safely ,ofd
economically.

BANKT

rraor

Chronicle Want Ads 'Bring Results

ellitIVIMIC1I

No Profit Sale

Trials of the first among those accused of participating in the anti-'
Jewish excesses in Vienna commenced last week. Among the first to be
tried are the rioters of Zaligevzeg. The Jews are not placing too much
hope on the results of the trial, those best informed expecting a mock
verdict.


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Our Convenient Plan
of Payment if Desired

Michigan Ave at Washington Blvd.

Polish soldiers on guard at the eastern frontier of the country, espe-
cially those near the White Russian boundary, have been given special
orders to fire without warning at refugees without legal documents who
attempt to cross into the country.

.



Supervision:

More than ever before, people this year at,
turning to furniture in search of the ideal
gift—the gift that is worthy of expressive
one's true feelings, that is practical, thereto'.
sensible, and yet not expensive! A little tine
spent in our great store will reveal gifts of
distinctive character, very reasonable in pile,.
and in a wide variety. Please shop II OM
You'll get better results, to be mire.

Finsterwald's

The Berlin Kehillah needs 35,000,000 German marks in order to carry
on its activities during the coming year, including the upkeep of its schools
and institution's A conference will be held in the near future to consider
the budget question.

• •

Schmied Coal & Lumber Co.

815 Ford Building. -

Prompted by
The Thought of
Giving Something
Of Intrinsic Value

tsCIMENVIANICNOSA WCIMIMV1%%1M

The cars are big, roomy, powerful. A car you will be proud
to drive. Regular guarantee, factory service.

This Ten-Day, No-Profit Sale is made possible by permission
of Stuber-Stone Co., Detroit Distributors, who have waived their
selling rights and profits.

A conference of Zionists was held in Bucharest to consider the question
of organizing a general Jewish organization for political and economic work,
to assume the responsibility for all such activities, while the Zionists, as
Zforiists, will not have to concern themselves with Jewish political affairs
of Roumania. The Zionists are ready to participate in the work of the
new organization, but they feel that the Zionist Organization itself should
not interfere in internal Roumanian affairs. .

• •


NOTE: — No cars will be sold to dealers for re-sale.

The new geographical division of Poland into voting districts may re-
sult in the diminution of the number of Jewish deputies in the Sejm from
nine, which it has today, to three, one each from Warsaw, Lodz and Lem-
berg. On the other hand it seems probable that the Jewish representation
in the senate will increase provided all Jewish parties vote as a unit. In
that event, senators are likely to he elected from Warsaw, Greater Warsaw,
Cracow, Lemberg, Lodg, Keltz and Lublin.

Commander Kentworthy, liberal British M. P., asked in the House of
Commons whether it was not true that Petlura might well be characterized
as it bandit. The speaker of the house refused to permit a reply and cen-
sured the member for his language. Mr. Ilarmsworth, Assistant Secretary
of Foreign Affairs, announced that the British government had official in-
formation as to anti-Bolshevik uprisings in Southwest Russia. It was not
known, he said, whether the movement Was being engineered by General
I etlura from Roumania.
••


The special court constituted to , try those charged with participation in
the Nov. 2 disturbances in Jerusalem, has convicted two Arabs to 15 years'
imprisonment on the charge that they were in possession of bombs and
weapons; one other Arab Was sentenced to 15 namths' imprisonment, and
two to 12 months. Three Jews were arrested on alleged serious charges
Sir Herbert Samuel has not yet replied to the demanda made upon him by
Jewish organizations for the removal of Governor Storrs of Jerusalem.

• • •

A dispatch to the London office of the Poole Zion from its Palestine
representatives status that the Jews defended themselves valiantly against
Arab attacks on NOV. 2, and that it was due alone to the work of the Jewish
self-defence corps that the riots were prevented from taking on a whole-
sale and serious character. Attacks, it is learned, took place within the old
city where neither the military nor the police operated. The same source
indicates that all of Jerusalem is now demanding the resignation of Gov.
Storrs, who, it is alleged, was responsible for the occurenee of the outburst.
• • •


Columbia Motors Company

5715 Woodward Avenue, Near Palmer

Telephone Market 2224



DR. SCHMIDT OF BOSTON
HEADS J. D. C. IN POLAND

• WARSAW—(J. T. A.—Dr. Schmidt,
well-known physician of Boston, has
been appointed head of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committees sanitary work
in I'oland.
All sanitary activities
are to he reorganized under his direc-
tion. His first step was to arrange
The anti-Semitic press in Warsaw has been conducting a strong cam- for a student nurses' course of five
paign against the permitted use if the Yiddish language in all public gather- years' length which will be given at
ings. They have gone to the extent of bringing the matter to the attention Warsaw, Cracow and Rovno
of the I'olish cabinet, whereupon thy. Minister of Interior replied that it
Dr. Schmidt has called a conference
was impossible to prohibit the use of a language when persons wished to of local Jewish community leaders
speak it. The agitation against Yiddish, however, continues, it benig main- where it Was decided to create a com-
tained that unless the restriction be put into effect it will be necessary for mittee of Polish Jews to co-operate
Polish officials to learn Yiddish so that they may he in a position to have with the J. 0. C. in its sanitary activi-
ties.
knowledge of public utterances by Jews.

• •


The Vilna Cathedral authorities have taken steps to remove 26 Jewish
merchants from their stores situated near the cathedral building, on the
ground that the presence of Jews defiles the cathedral. Rabbi Rubenstein
has approached General Zeligowsky with a plea to postpone the expulsion,
and he has promised to refer the matter to the regular court. The Jewish
merchants have been in occupancy of their stores for several years past
and the sudden move of the cathedral authorities is interpreted as simply
another step in the campaign to undermine the economic condition of the
Jews in the city.
• • • •

REFUGEE CAMPS PROPOSED

WARSAW—(J. T. A.)—The Pel-
ish-Russian circle here has decided to
approach the government with a view
to establishing special concentration
camps for the Russian rfugers so-
journing in Poland. This proposal is
made so that the deporting of the
Two hundred chaluzim from Ukraine, prepared and ready to enter refugees !nay be stayv,I, e:en if tem-
Palestine, are held up at Galata, in Roumania, on account of the small sum' porarily
of $3,200, which must be paid to the Roumanian government for the 200
visas. Neither the chaluzim nor the Roumanian•Zionist organization has ROUMANIAN CROWN PRINCE
the necessary funds at its disposal. The London Zionist Executive was
TO PUBLISH CASTER'S WORKS
appealed to, but replied that its present financial condition does not permit
it to satisfy the request. The Roumanian organization has therefor initiated
LONDON—(J. C. B.)—The crown
a campaign to raise half a million lei (which is $3,2010, so that the chaluzim
Prince of Roumania asked permission
may proceed on their journey.
of
Dr. Gaster, the Sefardic Haham, to
• •


publish a new edition of Dr. Gaoler's
The economic crisis in Poland has hit espdially hard the Jewish work- literary works at his own expense.
ingmen in Warsaw, 80 per cent of whom, it is estimated, are out of em-
The permission was given. Dr. Cas-
ployment. It is known that at least four-fifths of the Jewish laborers in
ter, it will he remembered, recently
the leather trade are idle; likewise 70 per cent of workingmen in the spin-
visited Roumania, his native country,
ning and weaving industry, and 80 per cent of 'the Jewish cloakmakers.. where his statement that .the condi-
Conditions in other fields are no brighter. The Jewish co-operative stores tion of the Jews there no longer ne-
are doing their best to alleviate the suffering, but limited resources make cessitated the movement for national
their activities insignificant as compared with ON immensity of the dis- rights, provoked considerable excite-
tress. It is feared that unless the general economic situation in Poland ment in Jewish circles in Roumania.
'moroves appreciably, the Jewish labor element, in the larger towns espe- During his visit he was officially re-
cially, will be faced with a very terrible crisis.
ceived by the Roumanian government.

There is Still Time to Get
Engraved Christmas Cards

We have an unusually complete line of
Christmas Cards—the finest assortment we
have ever had. Or we will make you a
special design to fit your requirements.
But plan your order at once; you can then
be sure of mailing in ample time.

For the New Year

You will need new forms,
loose leaf binders and
sheets, steel transfer files
and blank books for 1922.

Let us go over this with
you here at the store or in
your Mike.

THE ICHMOND & ACHUS 0.

Stationers

Eng

Printers

Binders — Office Supplies — Office Furniture

Woodward at Congress

Cherry 4700

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