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A NCliCalf ffeurish Perlafix! eater

CLIFTON AVZNUI - CINCINNATI 30, OHIO

fitt Pentot

PAGE NINE

(iittoraca;

SAVAGE TREATMENT OF

in hum-
to teach us how to account for us I have done, can truly bow ree
and
EMIGRANTS IS CHARGED
to our lip. I could not for the failed
atit
Shall I say
that me
I taught
these . girls
bcauhey
ffere
a slendid
life ! f come
me rememb .1. the lon Krish-
I ourselves in the American scheme of bit grude
before
those
f
g
t
strains. As we rudged
p
d
that I things. When Mohammed found that mighty
o
(Hebrew
night
prayer)
na
w
WARSAW.-11T.
A.)—The de-
m
WARSAW.—
o
the hall-bedroom
lives of my , ma
to study
' opportunity
Russian sisters
of the
I used to rattle off every night. I the mountain did not m coe to hi, he homeard,
arm irm,
I was
over- cision of the Polish government to
for,
somewhere
vocifero usly conic with emotion
midway upon the path which had sep- direct 00 per cent of the emigration
for whose problems I had a genuine , prayed some infantile verse ending, just stood there, shouting
By MARY
, in beatific inetreetive phrases.
thy? No! Probably if I were: "I pray Thee my soul to keep. Keep
'. • Then, impulsively, I ran over to the arated our lices, we had found each through Danzig in order to patronize

l'olish steamship agencies is bitterly
maufactur er who other, My father and I.
silent, gloomy night, for I see nothd d o i ng it now, that would be my mo-: it, Lord, and give it not
w
'
siden
1.
resented by the !faint, a Yiddish
" Mr.
h.
rig, I know nothing and I feel noth- live. In these days, we worked co-: When age prays, it calls for
reneed
a cuppeakn
hardly
s
, but
could pret
alienm. father clime to America, i
GIRLS
BIRD
BLUE
daily appearing here.
next on
H. ',naively for we needed each other, strength to bear life's burdens
is
ounced,
"I'm
ng.
.
"
I
ann
but
it
('homer
I, found all his townspeop i am
The paper charges the "free city"
I
,
an
d
she
contributing
her
when
impt.
uOU
y
on
s,
Then across my clearing conscious- s
!
itives-w working at the garment father at my side. "The carbolic mite and I the open sesame to our diloquently wants death and wants it the program"
authorities at the emigrants' camp
Before he
had en
time
was
the
I
ness,
I
hear
the
familiar
voice
of
my
lati
permission,
Mrs.
Morrie
Deltoven
of
1130
Put-
inl ill
Galicia, my father had been
quickly, and then let the whole world to give
with
unparalleled cruelty towards the
a, villa. entertained at a lotto
ode. In
adopted mother-tongue. the United-So-; put on sackcloth and ashes. So I fell platform. Shapse Straw was poUnd- na
f woodenware for gran-
emigrants. Besides the extortionate
acid!" Someone cries, "Quick, the '
I steri ,
On Fridley evening, .
and slept the calm, refreshing ing the reader's desk, "Orlier, order, party kin Saturday afternoon, Jan. 7.
.
I
tin
utensils
were
yet
inven-
prices
which are exacted from emi-
asleep
,
.
its, and .!
Nt ll , r..
cultist-I toile-Zionist- rerntoria 1.
We ate with , carbolic acid!"
The guests lil l'mt,It.
sha, sha.
.
,,,,, i , , m ,„.,. E 1
grants and the unspeakable food
sons of the future.
Alcove the merry-making bedlam, 1 moss, Mrs. E. w
My finger had been caught in thetganization was hoisting a mass meet- sleep of youth. III.
soothes spoons, the baby played withl!
which
is
served to them, the authori-
, . arus and the Itlisses Lucille Freed,
: I The Krackoviakers had been wor- be.gan, "Niels and women of Kracko-
was had
ever
wooden dolls and bread wits prepares ! machine. 'rhe needle went through : ing at Arlington Hall. Sonia
ties have invented a means of tor-
When the center and out the side, having asked me to go along. As I
d ' shiping in a room in a rear building viak. I am a child of Krtiorarlak; nut Anna Kurtzman, Ida Greenwald and turing Jewish girl emigrants, several
kneading
trough.
ide
■ len
new exper i ences , prov
a a WOO
t, that served as a vest shoo during the I am also an American. As tia're are Tillie Halperin. Miss Halperin was
w that for six days of work a been deflected by the bone. Sly Nth-lenge, for
of whom are known to have attempt-
ee , I won
hi sa
ithout
. unscrewed the neeelle from itsl there was no a d m i ssion f
, . (r
as a place of worship on tens of thousands like me in this awarded a prize for winning the most
definitewage was reeei.vd . w
and
a t us e d place, and then first was I able to null ! The hall was alive with moving fig-
tte,
the Sabbath. On Friday, at 4 o clock, neighborhood, I am speaking for them. number of games, and Miss Freed was ed suicide.
week
tbe attendant uncertainties th
re
c
i
ga
o
f
,
loud
c
avy
e
- ,,
"First of all, yiai have lsough - t a ae.a . iewarded the. Issoby prize. A delight-
machines were shoved aside and
is worry him in Krakoviak, he, too, in Y oan" awaY. Then he drew out I uses in a h
,,
Let me. wish you 'mead toy , len
, , ,uncaeon
was served by the hast- PALESTINE IRRIGATION TO
von after his arrival, was turning out the steel and I began to feel pain. smoke—on a Sabbath eve. Leaver). 1 the
covered, chairs were placed in rows sehool.
CO 8 MILLION DOLLARS
I kaOW how you ,,,,,,‘
!handed, voluble workingmen were
stylish little cloaks for nidive-born They thrust my linger into the neck
have luck
toiled
and planned for it these
American children, hefore I hail even of the carbolic bottle and tied it with Planni"g for the millennium with and the little pine, cupboard-like ark (good
) because
.
LONDON.
-- (J. C. 13.) — Pinchus
a neg from the heap on the floor. The serious, pudgy shop-maids; for a Itus- was
brought
prominence.
For
years, into
my father,
as the reader many years. Before any of you ei)vn YIDDISH PRESS EXISTENCE
dreamed of possessing one.
Ruttenherg, who is here to further
your own h o m es, you have bought one
ma- s e wing continued as if nothing had sion Jewish meetingrarely starts at
IN RUSSIA IS THREATENED
and irrigation
lie w as willing to toll at t the
his
electrification
hour. Now and then, fa- of services, had been agitating to buy e ,or your God. In ancient times, when
I m i ght a k e ad- happeneet, but the. sunshine was gone , 0 scheeluled
-- -
names high in the literary or a house that should be used exclu-
chine in order that
scheme, is founding a company with a
that shines: mIlus
. if the eelucational opportuni- fvem
me. ale.nly
There is
no 111,111 and
RIGA. - O. T. A.) — The Soviet nominal capital of £2,000,000, a con-
w•t-
tee
warmth
colorful'
philosophic
world
were
uttered
by
sively
as
II
Krackoviaker
school.
The
a
people
was
transferred
front
con-
1
vantage .
; i, 1, ,
t People of Tarnobreg had two of them, (loured territiry to foreign lands,
that Galicia had denied him.
h e one th a t ha n gs in i those
at I spen
f Raswadow had one, and thee always adopted the gods of their government has decided to discon• siderable portion of which has been
ties
p am
l' ! l aces as i ! f th ey h
ke his burden lighter, b r illi ance as t
. o
0
' im.
I I sort o f the press appear-
new bon, H o t tb e Jett, was ht iu in
memory's
sky.
B
hen
I
think
of
it
all
their
lives
in
lecture
ha
s.
I used to work during the summer
The speakers of the evening, Mr. those
of Kolbuszowa
were building
a
handsome
brick synagogue.
IN by must
Babylon or in Persia or scattered over ing in the Yiddish language, it Mos- subscribed, it was announced.
One summer I was ern- all 110W, far and long from the mad-
report
states. The reason given
e; e galuth, has always taken cow
v acations.
t
Sitter and Dr. Myrkin, stars in the
th
e e ntir
I as piece worker at fancy Leath- denims strife of shop and machine,I firmament
of those people, spoke in the Krackoviakers hide their God as ,e,
his God along with him and built his for the withdrawal of this support is
I et
erS.
to make pompons by Bath- it all seems like a terrible nightmare :
if they were ashamed of him?
sam.tuaries and spread the. knowlellge that the "bourgeois Jews" dunot take
sling I had
skimpy little feathers which I' to me. Sweatshop toil. Excessive I Yiddish, but when at the height of
Finally, they bought an old private
their emotion they broke into Rua- house that had come to bemoan the of him so that his Word became sear- kindly to the official Soviet press in
bound with wire into fluffy, zinnia- ebild labor? I have known the un
Since private ..ublications
Yiddish.
Shampooing, Marcel Waving, Ma-
sian
and then
calmed Mr.
down
into was
plain absence

like balls to adorn pretty ladies' hats. forgettable bitterness of both.
"mamme
lushon."
Sitter
of luxurious finery of a for- ed upon
hearts.
Yiddish press!
"Now, our
good
men and women of are not permitted,
nicuring, Hair Dyeing, Water
When the season was at its zenith,:
mar generation which was now hug-
n about to he dis-
I hope they adorned plenty of ugly
this
decision
Waving, Facials.
K rackoviak, you have bought this is by
black mustard
ones, too. The dye of the feathers th e e qwrators decided tel demand an l seeking the precious
ills of the languish- ging steam radiators uptown. They
entirely.
11•
continued
Scalp Treatments a Specialty.
.
o
colored my nails and hands and even increase on the price per coat. Ilymiei
Phone Cadillac 790
ing universe.
the bathhhouse. The first story was dis- ritual bath-house for the woollen in
my face. The feather fondly stuck , Gross was delegated to the office to seeds
to cue Ile had no faith in
home-
to me. They were in my hair and make the operators' demands. A few old method of praying for the me-
turned
the basement
into a ritual
housef
God. ; You
provided for
armed
of inner
walls and formed
the' the
basement
you have
have quarters
": worship and you have rooms
puoio.
walk- minutes later, Herzog, the boss; Fein- raculous return of Israel to its
on my skirt, so that when I was
you con eat herring
. Society, a ,,,,,,,,., wv,...,,
n r
ing home from work I was picking gold, the designer, and Katie, the land. You can't expect God to mix
in your petty affairs. Hasn't Ile done auditorium; the top floor served as and pumperniekel on Saturday after-
forelady, came straddling in, wildly
wi
feathers all the way.
rooms for the Burial
dams. Pray what have you dine for
When I received my first pay en- excited. The excessively animated enough when he made the world for meeting
kindred organizations.
I went with it to my father' party looked into the faces of two you? Give item a rest from Ifs job. the Ladies' day
Shurod
Sewing from
Circle
and me?
'
of removal
shop
What has - , you done for all the.
On
the
and
get
the
land
ve
1.EN .10 SHOP — Makers of ladies'
and .1..Yfully handed it to him as he rows of standing workers, stolidly de- It's up to you to go
there
was
great
joy.
boys and girls like me? What re-
an y more to synagogue,
and children's dresses. Altering of
ra
y
n't
p
e
d
o
it.
w
d
r
ule
.
an
ligious
heritage. are you handing down
the day's
ds work at the termined in their accusing, eloquent
nishing
many kind; moderate prices. Shop,
wash
machine. After tearing the envelope, silence. The electric strap runners like the old Overman in the synagogue, All the people of Krackoviak were to us in this country? What classes
ei,
oi,
Gottiniu,
drop
me
an
oit-
going
to
attend
divine
services.
,
505 Fisher Arcade.
we counted two dollars and eighty had ceased their seemingly intermin- otm
My mother donned her black, satin and clubs have you provided wlwre
cents! He looked at me, full of dye able revolutions and the shop was in- ' zer The
(foturne1!"
derision with which this was chuppah dress that came out only on we eau lea rn in a language.
that the
we
expect
its
breath.
pm
Bits
Do
NICE'
LARGE ROOM—Steam heat-
of undertand?
and feathers, saw how tired I was tensively, vividly holdin
which it pro- festive occasions. The duration
h ilarity
y socialistic
"What do you mean?" cried Mr. ,sooikdedandotyhee Th
ed, for one or two gentlemen. 291
ideal a a Galician wedding dress is remark- Owns:ends of us, who are running
and drew his hand over one side of
East
Forest avenue. Glendale
Herzog, wobbling to and fro. "I never ,
I remember my grandordher's. looye to wore,hip like you when yew •
his pale, shiny face.
tf
, ,Idly shut the dors in env. faces? "
7140-M.
said shall nut go there any more," had any strike's in my place and I': rude shock. My dormant love for my all
While
I
%%les
speaking,
I
beheld
a'
he said emphatically, "you shall not , won't have any nwo. Every man and people and my respect for their man- Having done splendid service up in ,
woman of you knows that my deal- ner of life were outraged. )low could the woman's ted
gallery
for men's
thirty quarters
years,
to
the
shaking
their
I
eads
in
disapproval
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for
go Slowly,
back!" unconsciously, I sat ekwn ings with you have been just. Im a mockery and the so-called tolerance it was prom o
rent. Centrally located. Call 4442
beside my father and -started to turn socialist! Do you hear? A socialist!" of a broad intenationalism dwell in below, where it spent its greenish. and others, exidrsionless and open-.
Brush. Melrose 4571-M.
capes on the right side. My father The season was in full swing. the same soul? black, declining veteran years on my mouthed.
The
gas
dint
jets
light
made
cast
me
throw
by
the
the
of flickering
back in slipped
the shape
- Months before, the work had been •
a cattail. My mother
on her scene in perspective so that I saw the
„ Son" I said, "I feel out of place grandfather's
JEWISH
GIRL. wants home with re-
o
tha
slow
and
manually
un
sto
was naturally
em
d for an d all of thod
beautifully coiffured wig and her, walls and these of the surrounding
I • e. I want to go home."
he always had to have contracte
fined family. Call Monday. Cherry
skilled so
moved not -- a ll, excep t my
little pointed lace hat on top of that, tenements lifted up; and tier upon •
a "helper." Ile used to look up for and
i‘ r "But it is only 1 o'clock and we
3991.
short cape full of limp, tier of Chinese-like temples full of
a strapping young. fellow who had' father.
Liae:!oiit, hea, rd the best speakers. The and her
living, throbbing beings seemed to:
"Why don't you stand, father?
facetiously.spangles and beads. It was early, 8 0 i
,
. ■ (Du Ann t , close
just stepped off Ellis Island whom
STEAM HEATED ROOM, nicely fur-
"Sonia,
if
you
go
to
ed
so
ate,
she
sat
down
and waited for my, listen to the pleading cry of the tow.
he taught how to sew so that the Don't cce deserve a raise? Is our lot ' ey,
h
put us out, ' she
nished, good location. For one or
n
completed on time. so plentiful that we don't need any?" how can vou rest before tomorrow's father, who was nervously walking' went youth.
two gentlemen. Reasonable. 651
garments could be comp
At the side of me, ,Shapse Straw,'
up and down our little bare foam till:
After a couple of weeks, the assistant I asked.
King avenue, near Oakland.
the
frowning
variety,
, 'N‘ hat shall I do? What if they w ork?"
it seeined he was walking round and who had bun
usually received 30 per cent of the
oing. round it. Usually, on Sabbath morn- ruse excitedly Shapse was a miser
gross wages; at the end of the month, tell me to go, after? Does not Katie • „ p h, it is this that keep us mi
A NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for
that is why they nicknamed hint
50 per cent; and nt the end of two make it insufferable enough for me This is the w 'II r ol r., e
ing my father drank a raw egg and, and
a gentleman. Call mornings only.
No matter how much the,
practiced a little singing, just to see , " straw. .
months, he not only balked at work- al ready? I am a bearded Jew 111111' Think of wehatloU
l'hone North 18254.
' how. his voice would ring. That morn- Krackoviakers squeezed him for a
plansi,ed
i • far bettering
mcussl
ing fur, but with my father, having hire they let me keep the Sabbath. : we 1- I not discuss
(1120110N C. VRINA.
loan
or
a
donation,
Shapse
remained
'
R
d
not
feel
like
singing.

!
e
1
she
(
,
raw
0
,1hc
ei el, i,
,,0
far outstripped him in skill an d spee d. How can I stand before the Ark and' „ our conditions.„”
H. T. Ewald. president of the
Northway 18253
he said at last, "today we like atrium, for no juice came out of
Melrose
4942-R
work
pray
for
a
multitude
if
I
am
a
striker
disappointedly,
"you
are
like
all
ing
Campbell-Ewald
company,
Wanes--
Therefore, when bundles of

• i Blum
le Think of it him.
In Galicia he had been an oft.
SACIIS A BELSKY
Blume le.
day announced appointment of
were being dealt out, they were grab- and rub elbows with anarchists who American girls!" She had thought muss
t re j o i ll,
George C. Fries, as manager of the
Orchestra
failed We have lived to see a Krackoviaker driver; and there an o-driver is con-
bed on all sides while he was still know not God? I am glad to be left me a kindred spirit and I had fad
publication department at the com-
sidered a ruffian. Even six-drivers
Music for All Occasions.
school in America!"
struggling with an unfinished lot.
alone." And be bowed his head upon ' her.
o
pany's Detroit offices. Mr. Flea le
,
a ,
,
Sachs, Leader, 4729 Antoine
"11
Avrumele how
are ,, hum n an I it s happened that
ow ' n
ca I r joice
rejoice
one of the best known space buyers
On Friday afternoon, he would the machine.
The intelligent Russian woman un-
Roht.
Belsky, Mgr., 639 Medbury
in
the
middle
west
For
20
years.
up for justly views her American sister with can I rejoice? Will our children be when Shapse came to America he
ooh, but they at thes e
cease pressing the pedal, for his Sab-
ho has been engaged In the study
bath had
begun.
Ile packed
up it.
a one
I protested.
huge
bundle
of coats
and took
So I another,"
decided quickly
and stood up On aloof contempt. She has entirely happy about it too? Our children are grew more. and more pious each year.
of publications and space buying.
I 'e of the
CLEAN-CUT MAN desires room and
. . • slowly leaving us." She bent her Glorious paradox! In fact, his piety
The last 10 years be has been with
I the
h sweet camareic en
Power, Alexander & Jenkins, De-
garage with refined family. Box
with the rest. Ile looked at me with , missed
woman. Medieval Gal ici a weeping head upon his shoulder and became so proverbial that he was
Ameri
home, where all of us children helped
troit. Previous to that, he was with
had not prepared me for Sonia's ra- we all turntsl our guilty little faces made the shammas (sexton) of the
an alarmed, withering stare.
NIL
Sunday.
011
him with the sewing
Krackoviaker school. He was of tre- Critddield & Co. for three and one-
he
muttered
under
his
away
and
pretended
not
to
see.
half years, and with the Cherie.
"Sit down? .
dicalism and I was the daughter of a
Katie Sheir, the forelady, did not
'.
H. Fuller company Ms and one-halt
"Sha,
she,
you
naarele,
you
little
!
mendous
build,
As
I
said,
Shapse
relish my father's closing shop at an breath. "Don't repeat what you did : Chassid.
WANTEDL13y
young refined Jewish
c n ssid.
years. H. already has assumed Ms
" h e . ai
1 while trying to arrest 1 arose.
lady, home in private Jewish fam-
unofficial hour. Every "botched" last year!"
said
"In Russia," she continued," we are tool;'
.
, rho autumn before, I had taken
"Whom is it," he yelle.d as in ox- doiles• with the Campbell-Ewald
'
ily.
Address
Chronicle, Box 605.
not afraid to go out alone at any the tears from his own eyes, for a
company,
cloak that used to come hack from
mock
political
party
school.
Girls
with cam-
soft time. We go fearlessly after our late Galician Jew can weep like a woman. driving (lays, "that we put up to chide
the
the examiner, she recognized as his; part in in a high
Do we need the daughter of
but used
she could
never a outwit
him, floe Ile'" homesand manners and voices t meetino, singing in the night as we "It isn't so had. At least we can , as?
he
to make
little, cryptic
Such . Jeroboam, the son of Naiad, to coax
') r iss sI wokv woods and broad ' miry still pray as minis as ever."
eei neinon heart-aches lie.oenclit them so us into a new religion? What will you
brew mark on the bark side of the match, spoke on the principles of the truss
pin-ticket. She couldn't see why he two great political parties of the no- fields. But I will take you home if closely together that when they felt have? Maybe English, too? And per.
If you are in the market for ■ good business location, consult us.
On are
the afraid."
way, I shrank within me as themselves sinking beneath the on- hops an urged and shickslach to sing
should be singing Hebrew at the ma- lion
I was a child of the sweatshop ' you
in Je. and mine was the voice of the. tine-
chine. Did he think he. Wan
meats. I had therefore the forum here and there shadows flitted out rushing tide, they were sinking to- ' and a moos ing pictcheh?"
' "Mine girl what she goes to high
rusalem? Indeed, his voice of ten
privilege to speak upon the principles from doorways behind early morning gather.
rang out above the noise of the whir- of the party that promised most to garbage cans, shadows not of men, . Later on, when 1 had straightened school, heard her spik on Social's.
but of boys, restless and uncontrolled. up the room and given each child a mum!" someone called out.
ring machines. He used to sing "Re-
,, came hoarsely
s • •
member us unto life" and "Thou sus- exercise the ideals of social justice em- When I had gained my doorway, So- chunk of cotton-seed-oil-raisin cake, . „.,,
ialistke!
,
.
7.521?-52t
''
"
2525
h
its decoders
at to
least
bothered
tamest the living," and the other selves
enough
promise
me t some-nix's little figure vanished back into a delicacy among us, I hurried away , t ,,in the rear.
operators joined in like one great
An ana rchistke!" wailed an old
the new synagogue. In the hall,
th,,g. So far I had received the most the darkness and to the bread of her 1 to
innacent
of
any
heard my father's mellow baritone plan. With them the two terms were
i
chorus, even if it was
concrete lessons in civics from ha_ life,
at Arlington
When
ray father Hall.
opened the door, . full of unusual strength and pathos. interchangeable
synonymous
111111
harmony.
When
death stared us in the face, ran ues delivered sop
reeking her-
curb-stone
era- I could see that he had nervously sat All week he was only a "hand" at with free life, free love and free
W
i
we had learned from our Chassidic ring
barrels.
When
a
tor, g seeing my shawl-covered little up and waited for me. Ills manner cloaks and a poor one at that; but thought, a condition incompatible
today, he was more than a whole •
fathers to sing bravely of life. But
with Jew's and Judaism.
por te nded a coming storm.
soul, the admired
as times were continually changing, body cried ou t, "Is your f at h er a can
"What!" continued Shapse, "One
" W h ere have you been?" he de- body. Ile was a
'
.. '
of a crowd, a superman.
Emma Goldman is an affliction
it was difficult to keep pace with elec- maser? Does he make thousands of ' mantled peremptorily.
Behind the curtains the women,
tree machines and the needs of a , (aps a year? How many caps do : . 'At Arlington !talk' I answered.
'lough! Out upon the soap-box! "
t
the
e
with heavy earrings ( 1 ang fig a
growing and numerically increasing vou own?" I felt that the premise's
Meanwhile, I saw only two burning
"What did you do there?"
drawn-out ear holes, shook
Rs syllogism justified his ironic
family. Knowing all this, and being
"I went to hear Dr. Myrkin and end of
y eyes. They were my lather's.
their heads and complimented in
familiar with coat making from home conclusion. I said nothing
lather's eyes are bluislogray, and
onwhow
my Mr. Siller.”
mother on how well he 1,vas doing.
about this
practice, I was henceforth my father's at home at the time, but ag
Socialist.
That evening, the Pillat's of the when anger kindles them they an.
father had teamed from an acquaint-.
life
"helper."
He exclaimed the one word till the
1
,„_,
very
roof
of
our
basement home, with Krackaviaker conggation, with a like dead, ith
gnat'
ashes leaping
same, whose (laughter attended the '
My work was closing linings '
blue to
flame.
a consuming
sea
' school. that I had mach. a o
of hiredmusicians of the Atrial- again w
band
same.
lined capes padded with buckram.
I
Straw
lifted
the
ninety-
Mr.
'
the in stories of sleeping occupants
Then
sewed together the sides of sleeves odor spe.aking on Socialism. The r ! towering above us, shook with the gainated Harem:Meal ()lbw, had been
re . four pounds of me and put me (10W11
si
' echo. That one word wits the final carrying through the streets the
amidst the disorderly roar of the
and ■ . sleeve linings and sewed these result was a small domestic clan
anathema and my father hail pro- mining scions of the Law [non the . crowd. Corpulent Mr. Getz thought l
together with a cuff between them.•
se.ntiments.
'
:
nounced
it
upon
rne,
for
whose
sake
previews
place
of
worship
in
the
shop
"Arc'
Then I closed the sleeves and their
the joke so huge that his hemisphere:
Presently, Katieespied me. "Ai
he was toiling bitterly at what na- to their new home. It had been a was heaving up and down with iaugh-
linings at one run. I used to do that
p . you, too, standing? ' she hissed. " 11
-- " w
.
to
about
fifty
sleeves
without
sto
ping. At times my back was break- old are you? I'll send the inspector lure did not fit him for. lie felt like triumphal march. The harmonica) • tar r.
' the slave who sees his offspring torn amalgamation played "ilatikvah" and
1 was so bewildered that I did not
ing beneath the weight of my droop- after
"My You."
age is about as doubtful as from him forever while
he is
chained.
"Coale, Isrulik,
and
oke and
were
half everybody
sang Come
along Aheim,"
and marched
know just what had befallen nle,I
ing, weary shoulders.
though
this I knew in my subcon-
17
and
The
children
aw
W05
The vacation heat was so intense. Your." I answered, for e, I was 12 and ,!,. o pity and irritably crying. My along and two policemen kept order. setuusness, that they would never
w h e re as s h
At the synagogue, my father had
that my clothes were pasted to my looked 12,
body. The noise was so tumultuous was trying to look 17. Katie blushed mother crept down from her bed in
that the silence at noontime was beneath the static roses on her tong her wigless bekerchiefed head which joined in the ceremonies of dedicatory again
before
let them.
my father
What
get hail
up and
I done?
pray, I iI
ud of
strangely deafening. At 2 o'clock we and perfectly serious face upon which made her look like an old woman at consecration.
speakers
were
there. Among Several
them were
bloated
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"Sha, sh a, Avrume le," she plead ed, G
wanted to be a judge, and Dr. Wol- I felt a hand placed roughly on my
alt arun
d ale out upon the soothing
l
Sabbath. Pray, do kowitz, WhO Was MO 11 Kralik0Vialeh (Ma of the noisy street, for there wa.:
the
"I know your kind," she yelled us and it is
eMployed by the con-
Position, the monotonous work made
i not make a 'misha berach' (public to be sore, kit
a welcome quietude in that noise.
truculently. "When the inspector
gregation in a way. Each member
Even the Ghetto had a grim beauty
me forget just where I was.
w."
Some dual personalities are a baf- comes, you hide in the woman's wash - • scene)
no
My father's
accusation stung me paid sacral five cents quarterly and
away from Dr. Wolkowitz gave all medical treat- sometime., in the cool evening when
fling mixture of good and evil, or ' room!" She was entirely mistake.n,
run
the practical and the ideal. Mine i for when the inspector did come my' poignantly. I had
high
abuse
shod'.
consists of a surprising ability for de- chair and I stuck to each otha' like cant and irreligion, back to the Sab- taunt that the member's family might, arise
in the
parks
the the
tall indistinct,
electric lights
two cotyledons. Whereas, he could '\ both of my own home, only to be or might not, need, exclusive
of serv-
never ling multitude. From Hamilton Fish
I have
tachment
from I my
environ- , see
t a good part of me above the ma- thrust back into--nowhere. If he ices during childbirth.
meat
so that
live narrow
in a boundless
had said more, I might have found heard of such remarkable arrange. Park 1 heard the music of the manic'''.
pal band flare forth a Yiddish melody
universe full of color and melody', chine level, he was never wiser as to tongue to explain; but the silence ac- mints anywhere out of the East Side,
nit every tongue on the liv-
where I freely sing what my actual' how much of me extended below.
ins; was
trotoirs. But my heart was filled
self longs to pour forth and where a During that traublous week-end, cased me and intensified my guilt. when: a congregation engages the that
throng of kindred beings values me my father was sorely displeased with ' And of wavering doubts that rocess
beset rabbi.
services of a physician instead of a with self loathing for I had disgraced
my father in the eyes of Krackaviak,
Mr. Getz gave a pompous oration on
for what I strive to be and not for' me and I knew that he had based all my mind in the pain-racking p
On opening his and the weight of my accomplish_
I am. So I wandered back in the. hopes of his rough-coat-making, of adjustment, I was not wholly gui
Kona citizenship.
neat was heavy like toe load that
What
nlY imagination, far, far across the : life upon me. In my ambition to live. less. Let us search our hearts, those ' mouth to speak, he astonished me.
Young Isaac More upthe mountain to
COVernuus
sea to the lanes and byways of : death alone shall stop me from aim- of us who are graduates of the
My father drew me to the full flare
Krackoviak whence I had come five ing to achieve the blessings of life Ghetto. Who of us had them not? From the deep recess of his
c-light,
on my own account. But all my Yet, during the school year I was chest emanated only an effeminate
father could do was to save his soul.' daily eating bread that 1 was old falsetto. lie admonished them to be of
laughing
ar
Ile the
still squinting,
shook with
indignation
and
years before.
The with
lanes
of scorching
Krackoviak sand
were burning
cos- . Years before 40, he had parted com- enough to get out and hustle for and law-abiding citizens in a land which the light made his face look ghastly
ered
hot,
my bare feet. My throat was parched. pony with ambition and shoved his did not. Henceforth, each bit would permitted them to carry scrolls of the
so h_
I ran, ran for water. The faster I hopes on the shoulders of the next ' be to me like Vie bread of affliction Law on the streets. As if those timid Pale. Ile drew my face toward the
running over the yellow earth generation. I did not realize at the' and each drink like the waters of Galicians had the temerity to be any- light and, like Isaac, I meekly

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was
and across green fields shot with • time that trying to save one's soul lIlarah. thing but law
Ile was glad
I was
ready
that abiding!
the Krackoviakers,
many mitted.
of and closed
my
eyes. for the knife

my
spears of meadow-gold, the stronger from oinking into the depth. when ' How easy it would have been if
done
years.
I felt
warns,
salt
the sun seemed to be shining. There weighed down by a cultural dead.: father and teachers and friends had whom were his lodge brothers and sad
Then
he' in did
to me
what
he had
s
new place of worship. fow- drops falling on my face and hi
was sun on the earth and sun in the weight of centuries, is far more (hill- ' spurred me on in Americanizing and clients,
A were prosperous enough to
, dosed
myself
grateful
emo- ever,
sky. Everywhere were heavy, scent- cult than to fish up a brand new one
delaising
me! to I the
could
have aban-
open if any of them ever happened to rough, straggly beard brushed against
Dons which our dear land evoked in be in trouble, he would always be. my neck and, in the sight of all the
ed, pure air, acres of yellow denote- i without anchorage anywhere.
world—he kissed me.
II.
• "Tochtershee, my perele," he said
lions on tall, brave stalks, sweet but-
During school months, in the even.' me and flown upon glorious clouds ' glad
help
out.
On to
the
East
Side, the only w ay a
with suppressed emotion, "so long as
bove it But I bad to live the past
tercupa and pale satTron sheets of
l
I used
to Russia.
teach English
new
arrivals
from
One of to the
which I could not shake off, and the physician can be distinguished
from there is strength in these arms, they
wheat waving gently in the imper- : ' ing,
res- the common run of men, is the Van
,a la shall guide miles and miles of stitches.
of which I dreamed in a ron- Dyke beard.
ceptible, hot breeze.
owitz
Dr. Wolk
The waving grain often reminded girls whom I taught was Sonia Pal-
future
ap
c
, of ent whose complex mehaos
too, like mode, said he was not a speaker as So long as there is strength in on
these
p il e
. I. was
me of the people in the synagogue. ton. Nature has a freakish way
to
feet, they shall heap up pile up
his forte lay in another direction. he
Was the day stormy and turbulent? endowing some of her children, giv- slant troment
type
the' war. And you s ht
all no
a
type.
She
was
the
of like
inf antae
Was
The Minstalks were bowing to the ing beauty
of spiritual
person without
cos
Sonia,
dine
beauty, a or
e' . of
the thousands who had already Still, let not the previous speaker
m. You will go to college!"
___ , . , .. .,_..e.. s.--..ree as reesnon
.___ ...
.,1
.. red niessia: and I, think that he is the only one anxious'
1 1,,,,1 'in...hind the. slinri,,,. of me
life e
on the Day of Atonement.
Was
loving
,come
life. Su rise, because of the prom-
sunshine?
It the
was noble
in an mind
ugly and
shell.
Sonia heart
was encased
the re- type
of the thousands who are yet to to be
of
assistance
to
them
in
There is a time in life
g
Ga- st rugle.
career?
reer? No! At that
day luxurious with
joy of living cipient of the latter, having high, come from pogrom-swept pious
,chen the physician is necessary, and ise of a college
been happy
could
as on Pentecost, full of
nose and a chin !Reis.
e I' no Protest like the moment, I
flat
r
a bore r.
cheek
bones,
a
And now, the grain-
possible dimensions. But when , So I lay me down on a little wire although the
and growing.
o f im
spoke of liberty for Russia, of !cot that was a shrouded mystery by medical—by making people healthy— with w the
prospects because
of a shop
l father
my
as
surprised
heads, upturned in adoration, were she
the
Krac-
nevertheless wishe d all
ous
sleeer
p
by
he
.
the
sun-
pros_
kissed
me.
In
our
sordid
struggle
thanking
the invisible for
day an d a miracul
shine humanitarianism and Russian liter al
h a d long koviakers health, wea lth and
for existence, we lost the inclination
'The Sabbath candles .
to ni ht
• b
Per •
for endearment and the finer express-
But I must run on, for my throat : ' tore, her shoe- u
Isince mingled their stuffy,dying
There was one prominent men from
fire.
strange
hedge-podge New York Jewry to sons of life. Long-drawn-out tragedy
with the heavy atmosphere;
is parched and my lips are bleeding. burn with a
I reach the well behind our house at. In Russia, Sonia had thrown bombs,
I fumes
an closely together
meetings
but the gleaming brass of my moth- all
deliver a real, soul-stirring message. can knit us quite
The been present at undeground
candlesticks stood witness to the
of uptown as quick, life-nourishing comedy.
the edge of the crooked lane.
preparatory schools , er's
Ten years ago leaders
hand
in the park let the
of
rest
and
peace
that
were
not
dear oozy well, how cool it looks! I . —the Bolshevik
looked at us, children of the rabble, The brass
once missed by the police when' day
jhe largnette, little reckon- "Star Spangled Banner" float over
rush to it and lower the bucket into, —Was
as through
volley
of sound. None
refreshing
depth.
I
want
to
pull
she
had
hidden
in
the
ark
among
the
mine.
My
heart
melted
in
stifled,
throat-
its
I found that I .ng that the time would come when our heads in a
the gall o f
a
up the bucket out of the darkness, ; scrolls of the law in a synagogue. She
offspring of the proletariat, would but those who have drunk
ve,
Moat
hut I cannot do it. I cannot even I was of the quality of Russia's valiant could
aching weepingnd
w
feel
e
When
oppression for an undeserved shame•
prayers sit in judgment upon them for having,
from the lowered) legion, the Battalion of Death, and
n
the
simplest
w
a
d
I bowe d
pull my hand away
pale. It is dark down there, like a she fascinated me.

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