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THE Periaor0 tsrt (11KONICLE

PAGE EIGHT

JEWS ARE WOUNDED
IN WARSAW RIOTS

WARSAW.—e(J. T. A.)—A large
number of Jews were attacked and
several wounded in a riot caused by
a mob of Jew baiters who gathered
at the Philharmonic hall, where a
concert of Jewish music was sched-
uled to take place 4,n Sunday night.
The announcement that the con-
cert had been called off had little ef-
fect on the incensed mob, drunk with
victory at having succeeded in calling
off the concert, proceeded to the Co-
perniculs monument, where members
of the Roswoj party delivered in-
flammatory speeches. Immediately
following these speeches the mob fell
on the Jewish bystanders and admin-
istered beatings indiscriminately. A
number of Jewish students were bad-
ly hurt while attempting to protec:
some of the older people.

'600 ATTEND ANNUAL
SYNAGOGUE MEETING

Important Motions Adopted on
Questions of American
Jewish Life.

the world." The resolution was adopt- TOLEDO RABBI SPEAKS
ed unanimously.
HERE FRIDAY, FEB. 10
The third and fourth sessions were
held Monday morning and Monday
Rabbi Michael Lichtenstein of the
afternoon at the lintel Astor. The ad- —,
nai Israel Congregation of Toledo,
dress of Professor Louis Zinzberg, ,
u will speak at the Friday evening
chairman of the committee on Inter-
services on Feb. 10, at the Shaarey
pretation of Jewish Law, was the co-
Zedek. Rabbi A. M. Hershman is ex-
casion of a long and stimulating (Ifs.'
changing pulpits with Rabi Lichten-
cussion on the present status of Jew-
stein for the night, and will speak in
ish faith in America.
Toledo.
The subject of the abuses resulting
This Friday evening Rabbi Hersh-
to the regulation for the withdrawal
man will speak on the theme "Back to
of sacramental wine was thoroughly
Methuselah," discussing George Bern-
discussed and the final decision was
ard Shaw's book of that name. A
to refer the matter to the Rabbinal
Assembly with recommendation that
they advise as to how these various
abuses may be obviated.

alaginatu Notts

Nelson Glueck of Hebrew Union
College conducted services at Tem-
ple Beth El on last Friday evening.
"Illusions" was the title chosen for
the sermon, based on Wasserman's
"The World's Illusion." At the close
of the service Mr. Glueck met with
his class for the study of Hebrew,
and on Sunday morning with the
Bible class, at which time Sir.
Glueck's subject was "Jeremiah,"
followed by a general discussion.

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Announcement

NEW YORK—Over 600 represen-
0
tatives of congregations, sisterhoods
0
and young people's societies, from
0
practically every ',art of the United
States and Canada, gathered at the
° 0
Hotel Astor on Sunday morning, Jan.
The Junior Auxiliary held its regu-
Jewish Education.
22, to participate in what proved to
lar meeting on Sunday afternoon at
The subject of Jewish education in
he the most important convention in
the Community Center. Current
I the history of the United Synagogue, this country was then taken up and
0
events were discussed and it was de-
and one which promises to stimulate after a good deal of consideration it
cided to present a Purim entertain-
and strengthen traditional Judaism I was decided that the adoption of Miss
ment on that festival.
I Sulsmith Ish-Kishor's Biblical His-
throughout the country.
HIS MASTFKS MACE"
The esprit de corps of delegates was tory be urged in all religious schools
11. Ma OM,
On Thursday evening the Junior
DANZIG.—(l. T. A.)—One mil- splendid. There was an air of en- affiliated with the United Synagogue
Auxiliary ,chaperoned by Miss Lillie
and
that
the
United
Synagogue
should
0
lion German marks have been sub- thusiastic expectancy and a desire to
Lenhoff, visited the Home for the
take steps immediately for the publi-
scribed here in the course of the visit do and sacrifice for Judaism.
Aged and presented a delightful pro-
of Kurt Blumenfeld, secretary of the The convention opened with a pray- cation of a second edition of the first
gram, the participants in which were
Berlin committee of the Keren Heys.- er by liabbi J. J. Gittleman of Louis- volume and that a second volume
Emily Oppenheim, Edward Seitner,
sod. Two hundred and fifty thousand ville, Ky. A. U. Zinke greeted the con- should be published as soon as pos-
Helen Seitner and Lucille Green-
sible.
It
was
further
decided
that
marks have been paid on account of vention in the name of the New York
baum.
branch of the United Synagogue. Dr. Altor F. Landesman's Curriculum for
the subscription.
religious
schools
should
he
printed
im-
Elias L. Solomon read his message,
Sirs. I. Rich entertained four tables
containing a summary of the work mediately. The convention also rec-
of bridge on Saturday evening for
that the United Synagogue has ac- ommended that the Executive Coun-
LANE BRYANT
. complished
the
benefit of the dormitory fund for
in its last 10 years; its cil create a Board of Publication
Hebrew Union College. Ilonors fell
growth from 22 congregations to 350 which should have full charge of all
to
Mrs.
M. G. Meyers and Sirs. I.
subsidiary bodies and 3,000 contribut- educational publications of the United
Oppenheim.
ing members reaching about 25,000 Synagogue. A motion to create a spe-
families; its worth in the field of edu- cial fund for text books was also
cation, publication of text books and adopted.
Monday evening the convention
the helping of hundreds of commun-
WORN BY OVER A
ities; care of the college students, etc. banquet was held at the Hotel Astor.
MILLION 51071116RE
A. U. Zinke, president of the New
Hope. for Peace.
York branch of the United Syna-
Conforms scientifically
RABBI M. LICHTENSTEIN
Philadelphia Gives $100,000 in Cash
Dr. Solomon expressed the great gogue, was toastmaster. Dr. Cyrus
to Ws rtmnging thrum
During Sokolow Visit.
hope that the disarmament conference Adler of Philadelphia, and Emanuel choir of synagogue members will lead
supporta without corn-
amnion. Easily ad-
should prove successful in at least les- Hertz of New York City delivered ad- the singing.
NEW
YORK. — (J. C. It.) — The
Junto& Pro mot..
sening the enmity and hatred now ex- dresses. Sol M. Stroock delivered the
Rabbi Samuel Sachs, who is in busi-
.55th sod comfort.
isting in the world. Ile appealed for address of the evening.
ness in Detroit, having left the pulpit Zionist Delegation has just com-
pleted
the
most successful week of
the relief of the Jews suffering in
Dr. Elias L. Solomon was re-elected a year ago, was the speaker last week.
3.95 to 12.50
Eastern Europe and for the upbuild- president of the United Synagogue, Rabbi Sachs is doing organization the tour. Not only have they aroused
MATERNITY
ing of Palestine. Amongst other and the following were appointed as work in Gary , Ind. but is devoting all enthusiasm for the fund in every city
things he said:
Dams.. Oman. Skirts,
additional members of the Executive of his time to the business and has and stimulated the permanent organ-
Wasps, Iretticawto, Braaalores,
"The Jew is the greatest lover of Council: Dr. Cyrus Adler, Lyon Co- not returned to the pulpit as has been ization of Keren Hayesod work on an
intensive scale, but have succeeded in
Csonloolm, Nightgowns. Etc
peace. Israel has been nurtured on hen, H. B. Freedman, Meyer Good- erroneously stated.
that ideal. Our people have also been friend, Rabbi Charles I. lloffman,
Among the important out-of-town raising the turn of $250,000.
At Philadelphia $100,000 was
the greatest sufferers from man's in- Professor M. M. Kaplan, Dr. Jacob speakers who will come to the Friday
humanity to man. It is, therefore, Kohn, Moses Kreeger, Dr. E. L. Solo- evening services in Detroit soon will raised. The most influential leaders
lag mew. 1817 Weedwfird
natural for us to exhort the nations mon, David Steckler, S. Herbert Gob be Rabbi Jacob Kohn of New York of the Jewish communities co-oper-
to cease their internecine strife, and dne, Professor Israel Davidson, Dr. and Louis Levin of Baltimore, head ated in making the visit to Phila-
to banish war from the world. We Louis M. Epstein and Rabbi A. E. of the Federation of Jewish Charities. delphia a success.
At Buffalo excellent arrangements
eagerly joined with others in encour- Ilalpern.
On Feb. 17, Isadore Levin will ad-
aging our government in the matter
dress a special Father and Son serv. were made to receive and entertain
of disarmament. We should continue
ice. A special Father and Son sup- the distinguished Zionist guests. They
our efforts in that direction."
WELFARE ORGANIZATION per for members of the congregation were received at the city hall by mu-
Has moved to 6827 Hastings SL,
and state dignitaries and the
"The closing of America, the asylum
TO HEAR MRS. WINEMAN and their sons will be held on Feb. 15, nicipal
near Medbury, where you can buy
Fathers freedom of the city was conferred
for the oppressed and the wronged,
plates being $1.50 each.
the best Kosher Meats and Poutiry.
in the face of the victims of misgov-
must bring their sons to be permitted upon them. At the subsequent ban-
Prompt Delivery
ernment, race-hatred and religious
The North Woodward branch of the to attend. A special Sunday school quet and massmeeting $27,000 was
persecution, fills us with grief and hil- European Jewish Women's Welfare assembly will be held on Feb. 12 for raised, of which $7,000 was in cash.
Mr. Jabotinsky, Colonel Patterson
miliation.
The
result
of
the
policy
of
Organization
will meet Wednesday af- the Sunday School boys and their
1
and Professor Warburg raised $22,-
immigration restriction, and particu- ternoon, at 2 o'clock, at the Irnai fathers.
000
in St. Louis, of which $7,000 was
B'rith
clubrooms.
Mrs.
Sidney
Wine-
larly of the quota system which has
in cash. This section of the delega-
kept families asunder, has been to man will deliver an interesting and 3 CLASSES INITIATED BY
tion
then
to Omaha, where
cause added anguish to our hapless instructive paper on "Woman's Serv-
Near Frederick, Opposite Commonwealth Bank
PURITY CHAPTER NO. 359 they were proceeded
presented with a check for
brethren who long to escape from the ice as Seen in the Bible."
504 FREE PRESS BLDG.
$5,000
in
addition
to
the large sum
The drawing for the $25 ladies' hat
European Gehenna in which they
General Real Estate, Insurance,
Purity Chapter No. 359, Eastern placed in pledges.
find themselves, neither dead nor at the Irving Hat Shop of the Fisher
Choice Homes, Two.Flats, In-
The full report now received from
alive. We fervently hope that our Arcade will take place at this meet_ Star, initiated four classes of candl-
vestments and Store Property
Records Delivered
Open Evening. and Sunday.
government will soon return to the ing. Refreshments will be served as dates Monday afternoon, Jan. 23, af- Minneapolis and St. Paul shows that
PHONE CHERRY 1195.
ter which a delicious 6 o'clock dinner the sum of $51,000 has already been
glorious traditional policy which made USUAL
was enjoyed by 200 members. At raised in the Twin Cities. The local
America great, noble and free.
7:30 work was resumed again and committee, however, is by no means
The Wins Question.
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I two more classes were initiated, mak- satisfied and is continuing the work
PHILOMATHIC CLUB
"The violations of the law relating
ing a total of 23 candidates.
intensively.
to wine for sacramental purposes is
The past matrons assisting. in ex-
One of the most encouraging
a matter of grave concern to us. The
emplifying the degrees were Mrs. events of the week was that some of
Jews, as a people, are among the most
law-abiding of citizens. The duty of marked the end of another Philo- Gordon of Kilwinning Chapter, Sirs. the little hamlets and communities of
mathic term. Officers for the ensu. Franc Nichols of Keystone Chapter, 10 to 20 families have begun to catch
reverencing law, the law of the state
Mrs. Nora Black of Highland Park the spirit of enthusiasm which the
as well as of God, has been inculcated mg term were elected.
Harry H. Platt was elected speaker. Chapter, Mrs. Ilarry Schiller, Mrs. delegation is arousing in its visits to
in us by Judaism ever since we have
been a people. This duty of the Jew I Wilbur DeYoung now holds the office Mittshkun, Mrs. Lowenberg and Mrs. the larger centers. In New Phila-
is crystallized in the Talmudic in- of clerk. The assistant clerkship Sam Schmitt of Purity Chapter.
delphia, Ohio, for instance, a meeting
junction, the law of the land is the went to Aaron Weiswasser, and Louis The past matrons welcomed in the was called and addressed by Rabbi
law. We are, therefore, particularly Carpol is the new sergeant-at-arms. East were Mrs. Henry Schiller, Mrs. Simon Vinagrod of Canton, Ohio, and
aggrieved against unscrupulous men, The members of the Board of Direc- Sam Schmitt, Mrs. Weinberg of Ono- $16,000 was raised. New Philadelphia
Gymnastics, Hydro-Therapy,
rs comprise harry H. Platt, chair- way Chapter, No. 362; Mrs. Lowen-
o
has about 25 Jewish families.
who under the cloak of religion, abuse t
Local Treatments.
Pocahontas Heights, a community
the privileges extended to observant man Dan Budnitzsky, Wilbur De- berg Mrs. Marks of Pine Tree Chap-
Young,
Aaron Weiswasser, Ben Safer ter, No. 261, and Mrs. Graybower of
The Beat Equipped Swedish hist'.
of 12 families, of the Blue Ridge
Jews under the ruling of the Revenue
and Louis Carpol.
tute in Detroit.
Elbeise,
No.
326.
mountains, called a meeting which
Department, and thus bring shame to
1507 WOODWARD AT CLIFFORD
At the next meeting the new offi-
The past patrons welcomed in the was addressed by their Hebrew teach-
Special Treatments for Rheuma-
our people. , The Rabbinical Assembly cers will be formally sworn in and
tism, Lumbago, Indigestion, Obe-
of the Jewish Theological Seminary the new term will commence. While East were Sam Schmitt, Harry Schil- er, a Palestinian named Magrill, and
sity and Nervous Troubles, Etc.
which meets this week will devote a the term just ending was altogether ler and our honorary member Her- an apreciable sum in cash was raised
by the Keren Hayesod.
good part of its program to this successful, the new one is expected man Weiss.
Phone for appointment or call
Mr. Weinberg, Worshipful Master
problem and we trust that together to mark an era of prosperity hereto-
between 9 a. m. and 6. p. m.
of l'erfection Lodge, addressed a few
with other rabbinical bodies, it will
JR. WELFARE SOCIETY
Expert Attendants.
fore unsurpassed.
interesting remarks to the chapter.
succeed in finding a remedy for this
Speaker Max Cohen will perform
DANCE SUNDAY, FEB. 5
Sanitary Dressing Rooms.
abuse."
his last official act as leader of the
Branch Institute:
Mrs. Charles I. Hoffman spoke of Philomathic at the oratorical contest
CRIMSONS
The
second annual dance of the
the growth of the Women's League of next Thursday evening. lie has been
LENOX HOTEL, Opp. D. A. C.
Junior European Jewish Women's
the United Synagogue and appealed instrumental in the organization's
Cherry 1363
236 Madison
Crimsons
defeated
the
Defenders
of
Welfare Organization will take place
for the kind of work that will help progress and has time and again
Main Institute:
to keep the family together. She brought glory to it by his activities the White and Blue; score, 10-1. Fol- this Sunday evening at the Addison
CHARLEVOIX HOTEL
Hotel. Numerous interesting enter-
said: "To the Jewish women of outside. Characteristically Philoma- lowing is the line-up:
Cohen tainment numbers have been arrang-
R F'
Main 6352
2025 Park Blvd.
America, our appeal goes out: 'Be thian in his ideals, he has done much Frank
Martel ed for the occasion. Proceeds are to
strong and of good courage, be not to impart to members the true signi- Goldsmith ......L F ......
Departments
Thomas go for the European war orphans.
C
terrified, neither be thou dismayed, ficance of Philomathic teachings, and Pearl
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
G....... Jaroslaw
for the Lord thy God is with thee, commands a position of respect from Frank ... ...... It
Zeman L G. Welling
whither soever thou goest.'"
Philomathians, young and old.
S. Edelstein and Dizik substituted.
"Let the artistic sense find expres-
Crimsons also defeated Ullman's
sion in our homes—Jewish art as ap-
team
by a close score. L. Dresser,
plied in the beautiful kiddush covers,
SIGMA PHI GAMMA
regular
guard, was not able to play
the silver mezzuza, the elaborate Cha-
because
of a bad shoulder. The team
nukah lights, the picture of Jewish
A meeting of the Sigma Phi Gamma would like to book some games with
celebrities, and the many other sym-
bsis of Jewish thought. Comfort as Sorority was held on Wednesday eve- 16 and 17-year-old teams.
ning, Jan. 25, at the home of• Miss
well as beauty, heart-to-heart talks
between mother and son about the lit- Anna Baron, 2S3 East Hancock ave-
MOTHERS TO MEET
tle incidents of daily life, and the nue. Election of officers was held and
the following were elected: Evelyn
hopes for the future, yes, and even
A
mothers'
meeting will be held at
V ine, president; Myra Myers, sacra.
Showing the Latest W
about his 'best girl ;' carefully planned
the Jewish Institute, High and Ilast-
celebrations in the home of all those tary and Treasurer; :Mildred Bach- ings streets, on Saturday, Feb. 4, at
Room 207-09
festivals and special occasions which rash, chairman of l'ress Committee. a 3 p. m. Mr. Sehuldinger will speak
Broadway Market Building
mark the Jewish year—these are the Following the business meeting
dainty luncheon was served by the in Yiddish on arts and crafts. Danc-
things that will help to hold the fam-
ing of the Russian Sherrily, etc., will
hostess.
ily
together."
follow the meeting.
0'
Sounds Call for Youth.
Children under eight years of age
R a bb i Israel Goldstein sounded a EUROPEAN JEWISH
i ne
d b
R ea
r ti o n
e b en
t
y th
e ec
well
e erta
EWISH
call for the Jewish youth of the coon-
Department.
WELFARE ORGANIZATION No postals will be sent, the news-
try to rally about their faith. "That
the Jewish youth in this country has
papers being used as the only medium
A board of directors' meeting will to get the announcements to the
been neglected," he stated, "is the
most serious indictment which can be ! be held at the home of Mrs. Rosen-
arraigned against our short-sighted', stein, 404 Holbrook, Saturday eve- mothers.
elders. Reform and Orthodox Jewry' ning, Feb. 4, at 8:30 o'clock. A play
SIGMA MU
I alike have connived, perhaps unwit• will be given at the Circle theater on'
Fastest modern -steamers in the
tingly, in this crime of omission. Be- , Wednesday evening, Feb. 15. This
of
world. Excellent treatment
yond sounding the alarm at the re- play will harmonize with the work ' , The Sigma Mu Fraternity recently
passengers. There Is a local agent
ligious apathy of the young people, that the organization is doing and the , held the election and inauguration of
in your town or nearby.
nothing constructive has been at- co-operation of the public is asked to !officers in their new clubrooms in the
To Poland, Lithuania, Ukrainia,
tempted on any large scale. No or- assist in making it a financial success' Balch school. The retiring secretary
Russia and all Baltic States via
gaeized effort of any considerable and help to bring the European or- administered the oath of office to the
;new executives.
Hamburg • . •
Hamburg.
proportions has thus far been made ' phans to America.
I The Fraternity has completed a
March 7 to enlist and to train in the cause of 1
SAXONIA
I very successful year, both financially
Judaism, the thousands of young pro-
Cabin $130.00. 3rd Cl. $103.60.
MACCABEAN
SPORTS
land socially. Many delightful affairs
pie
who
in
another
decade
will
be
' Tax $5.
!are being planned for the present sea-
upon to take up the task at the
Via Cherbourg, Southamp- called
The Marcabean Sports are continu-, son.
point where their fathers shall have
ton, Livirpool and Glasgow: left it—of preserving and transmit- ing their progress in their undertak- 1
the Jewish heritage." ings. The membership list has been
GRACE KURLANDER
SATURNIA -------Feb. 16 ting
The afternoon session was devoted doubled in the last few weeks. The
(from Portland)
to a consideration of the problems of primary purpose of the organization . The regular meeting of hte Grace
Feb. 18 organization. It was decided to ar- is to encourage athletics. At the last Kurlander Aid Society was held on
ALBANIA
range for seven districts in the coun' meeting held at the Jewish Institute Wednesday evening, Jan. 25, at the
(Cabin only)
each one with a regional director,! a fine program was arranged by the , home of Mrs. I. Harris, 535 Hendrie
Feb. 25 try,
ALGERIA
who would have the right to appoint committee consisting of J. Thumin and avenue, and all arrangements for the
Feb. 25 . a charman for the smaller divisions S. Pomerantz. Due to the efforts of , society's dance to be held on Feb. 18
CYNTHIA.
A. Katz, the athletic director, a sue-
..
his district.
at the Eagle Temple on Brush and
Via England or Hamburg to Dan- of The
Young People's League is to ceesful basketball team was formed Bethune, were completed.
Detroit Branch: Cass Ave. at York St.
zig, $106.50; Libau, $110. Tan $5.
have
representation
not
only
on
the
which
defeated the Lotus A. C. by the
I
Luncheon was served after the
Executive Council, but also in every score of 16 to 9.
, meeting.
branch organization of the United
The members of the Grace Kur-
Synagogue in the country.
Lander Society are cautioned against
AMITIANS
Resolution
we Pope's
Death.
Before
the
close
of the session, a giving funds to any men soliciting do-

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dues for the
resolution was adopted on the death The Amitians held their weekly nations or N collecting
o one has been authorized to
7 ' '
toc of Miss Goldye o t SO
of Pope Benedict XV as follows: meeting at the tonic
.
United
Synagogue
of
Amer-
,
Velick,
1489
Euclid
avenue
,
west,
"That the
lea, in convention assembled, give ex- Tuesday evening, Jan. 31. Many top-
NU BETA PHI
pression to its sincere sympathy with ' ics of interest were discussed and the
tte fellow citizens of the Roman Cab- entertainment committee has made
A
regular
meeting of the Nu Beta
loss
they
have'
plans
for
a
card
party
to
be
held
at
she church in the great
sustained in the death of his lioli- , the following meeting at the home of Phi Sorority was held Wednesday
ness, Pope Benedict XV. Miss Ida Becker, 995 East Philadel- evening, Jan. 26, at the home of Miss
"We pause in our labors to honor phia avenue, Tuesday evening, Feb. 7. Ruth Ilarrison, 8050 Third avenue.
the memory of one, who largely con- The regular sewing session followed The next regular meeting of the sore-
tributed to the spiritual and moral the adjournment of the meeting and rity will be held Wednesday evening,
influences which were devoted to the a dainty luncheon was served by the I Feb. 16, at the home of Miss Ida Sil-
ver, 590 Palmer avenue east.
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