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In New York Is a City Set ApartWhere LiveJews Who Know No Yiddish
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V-be Chim/0 Co/y&e- Ho-Ltsa o/ t*he HtW
"*YorK. CotoW cy* Oriettt^l JeWs. Some o/7
It'gj P^ti*or)5, ^-wiog TufK-ish Jev^s, a^rtv
They Come Here from Oriental Lands and Speak
a Hodgepodge of Spanish, Greek, Turkish and
Arabic?They Are in Very Slight Touch
Usually with Their New Environment,
Retaining the Customs and Modes of
Life of Their Birthplaces.
GD ? "
Ihe i
man) a Weatern city llve In the
led pari ol Manhat
"bul
th. activltl"
i
ntervala? ?
and thal
?
? ? ?
ntelllglble, for they.
th Turktah
or Arablc or 1 Th< - ol
1(1} . with a
ilation througho it th
,.f -???.. tl
iiiiuin noi
nany of thei Tl
f. a i.k.- ex. epl tl >1 the
.. -i \ Lall !"..?
III rai taa Wrltten Kngllsh i- u
and i ? oaatderoble num?
ber ai
.!l.lil\ II f.
meaaa of comn ....
?
,,. g. excepl
Rlvington or llouston ai
,i you wlll ren
-
< in bla bei k
j.-ii.ii i bod). hut lacklng a har
atae < atln
I nlng
-
r th. ? .
id ii i mlna
faee In the II out
- ni lt i ;?..,..- foi ??> RId,
.-..,.1 to bi ?
...an| l< uion or ptepberry
t. n fi om the 1 '????? rown,
lik. ? a ? Hoa
.-.ni,'.
EARLY JEWISH IMMIGRANTS.
? i om tbt 0 ? i ou tln.'
He .o-1 lle ta b n pri aenti I
of tbe l it. si oddltloni to x> w I
Hi .5! a Tll
Ji a ..f ' h< Bpa ? .i more ?.
? -i tu th< aai lieal Jea tah Immigratlon
Into N a 1'ork than any Jewa who have
; |t CO
mon lha an l flftj
Walk along <'hi > -? ... \,, m
:? of tha -ti- ? ?
you tiiai t.
tt a ol of "La A be weckly
"Oriental Bpantah->Jearlah Journol." si.-n
i buj a . opy. Thi ?-<iitor will < n
aatlcall) tell ln Bngllah hoa bll
l ii ii- almoel
ti,? ..r-i> prlnted motter many -.i I
Jewi ..r able to i ad. if yea <-an .,<?
4-i|.h. i Hebrea charactera you wlll ilie
eover on glenclng ol thi paper whj
i.ii..- all Jewlah pubneatlona, to
?
and tba Bnrt la laai Begl nlng,
then. \\ it ii the flral \a I pagi .... qulckly
dl.-iov.-r that Wbll. 'th. hand i.- tbe hand
.,...? ,it
? fainiliar.
hai Um worda are n-.t the Fiddlah a
o ommon on lh< i".st Bl .? v..u can
late 11,. n. after a faablon, hoa
,i yov '?? accjuainted witi. tbe Bpantah
loagai Thoi ta the haala of the potyglol
loaguag* .-t a largi proportlon of tha
4_lrl. i.tal .J.-w.-.
CentlntM on down tbe atreet, nti'l na
1'., i ... antll you aome to No. '7>;
.. numbi' of young men atttlng
in irom .,i ti.. Ms platg gin.ss artndoa
i,. ai :, in Kngl rorda ' Inti
tloiUtl K- -la.iianl A < af?-. ClgOfl -fc
Tuii.-h Cigarettee, Oiiehtol Meeta I
<?,,,. ii. i..< b eharactera >i. i ia..
in<ai- to ba koaher. "loteraatloaal'
a^en.i-: rotber a i<U' word t.? u*. ... th
fronl "i ?< reatai rant a cb ue
euolea the apaee <?f a glngle Btere ,f tbe
?1?< t) pe "ii thi ground
. ... It B aald to
- aUng pi ic* *
"i- i rrient?1 Ji a
-, . ? : ? : ,,i on* "f ihe
narrow t..i:.- and i
u ,-. th i" ? ta privati b* \- rai
ii, pri i \ - , . ., -
tii. room la wMe o..lei
th> raoal lllumlnated part of the eafe. lt
ro 1 t "f the great whv
doa an pla) uj on Ita ra Two
m* H a:e Bl BtOd BbOUt it
ur.tii.- ? ' I ?' *;'
,,r i,,, ?.????: i -., e . . ..i ii reatauranta and
:ati "i "f from
..-, it the
hlnd :i game
v, Rb Bt* i -? .'
<--_
A T-uf Kish
Jew W1.o
Will Stoititv
"^ou-r Sliocs
For TVo
a looka like .. backgammon i?u.<i l
r_la la i-ani t" bi otM of the m* tboda "f
k .1 has been reported thal
worklngman" ln two daya loat
112,000 bj gambltng In the eoffei b*
Perhapa, when yan kaow more aboul the
j poverty ?.f the Oriental Jewa in Nea
York yoa wlll conatder thi- itatemenl aa
one i" i" tak'ii with tha proverbaal grain
Of xa't.
Thi eoffe* i ppeara from aomedarh plaee
[ln the rear. v'>i. pa) youi nlekal an.i
l.mk aicillid for tha 'I'-am and BUgBI
There B nothhtg alaa upon tha table ea*
cepl tha cup and aaucei contalnlni ih*
. -i bt?nd ?>i tb* '.- veragn. ?, oa B U
ii. ii be - be* n twat " ?i d, v.iii tak>- no
cream ? Ith lt I mm a to a baaarntoli fa
on th" t"i' Perhapa Um proprletor i-ite
noimi to t:.ik with you. ii- B aaaong the
comparatlvety feu Ortental Jewa who
been In ihh country long enough t"
i. ome acqualnti d arlth _ngllah, or to '"<?
come a ot??i ii
He aooma t" be mora aoeiabla, franker,
lesa auaploioui than hB Pollah ca*relbja
lo*j?ata A'?< srdlng t' repcrt?, he B i o
h oa indlvidualtotic and leaa ambitloua f...
learnlng
"Vou lika the Turkleh oo-oeT" he aatu
ln Englleh,
n po48aaaaea qualltlei1 thal you l|ke,.eo
.,., 11!.- "Yea," altbougfa it \t so h"t lt
*-=?
"***Q48fc^
rnlag your longufl In a wo) that wlll
noi bo forgotten for aeverol houra.
"Too a Brltlal ? thi nexi ojm tlon,
"No, an \i.n-. i.-an."
"Shai... hondi. ' la i;" nexp i ted i??
aponse. "I om an A nertceo dttaea, too,
be contlnuea oa t..- reecbea l.l- hand
acroe* tba toble, Bvldently Amerlcan .n
laanahlp B appreclated by hlm.
"Hoa lotiK have you been ln Amerli iT"
"Thlrteen yeara. and ? cttlxan dtght."
ii>- a?t^ aa if he waa dellghtod ot eatar*
t.ilnini; a BBtive \m?ruan, and WbOO >'ou
leave Mr, i.<-v>. for thoi i* hla naaw.
jbMta you goodby wlth a imlla Hla ap
pooronce woui.i noi i>.t.i you t>. auepeci
blm of being a J. a Ha la untlke tbe
uaual i-im Mda Jew. Hls i..nn boad, oar*
row fece, thln, itraight'bolred muetacbi
aad ileader, ?,r-. bulM oll aiiggtii lha
| ?oetern Ifedlterroneoa type, On yooi
way out of thi- TurklHh OOffoe 00000 on
Ai... ii.-an -..di \i, ,i not* I.- ? al tha
young bmo. There gw m to be no old
Baea la Ihla nelghborhood rou would
j not reoognlae them ai Jewa, atther, for
they, lUt* tla ,fO|N i' t'.r. ai'- oi 11 dlffei
I i-i.t type from lhat to whleh you are ae
oueiomodi ti,. ., foeea baor rooamblaac*
I to th<- national type* of tl..- OQUlBlItll
from whleh they ccbbq,
Pa.-slns down '"hryatie ctreot and tuin
liuj io tho lafl upon l?elancey stre*L you
TV>e Ob-rv^tie. St-re,et Hoiiie. o/ lh& 0r)1y
. .,!,.? to i bi !? i. a .th protected b)
an i'.'n fi ln* wall
te lha i>..' t, al Inti
? r,. i i ., iii,.. ,.f boothB i
| : i oai 0 I ?
in, ti \\:.. ii you learn thal
foi a diln* i- '"? - ? "t- | -ai wondi r, nol
? ,.i-,'. >-., iiiai 11> managa lo thrlve upon
11,, pi,,., i .i- ol ao amaII an ? rea, i? ?.t boa
..iild ? fou !>? rfni m a in. .tal < aleu
. latlon ami di-<"\ri thal In orak r lo havi
,. . , ? . rj a day ll ry te
on* hundred r !l ? ? ! ?? Vl
' lowtng flvi .i.ii' iti i". ? ach ? i
. onaumed In ai i ual labor Ii (lv< hun
drc ' n ,1 uti m ? Ii il and one-thlrd
houra, Of ? ourai. the eoal "t th? blai k
ur; .-iii.i i he weai and u?r on Ihe bi uaheg
Iiovi io b* Bred Boreover, no one
.... : . , ontln iou i fou feel lempti <i
lo go Into one of the aide atreeta folloa -
oil your ah.i, nol .. dlffl*
. uii thlng lo 'i" i" ..H Ba I Btdc Bri i I
and retura for anoth* r bj tha nexl In
tha line. Th* at bootblaeka are all Orten*
: | .l'V, . .md al the noon h-ur ". "t. a
before th* hollday are almoal i on?
llnuoualy buaj
Th* n i "u go down Into Ihe arcade ealli d
aii. r atrael aad atop In freni af .. hu1M?
Ing oeeupted b) a klrnone factory. The
two proprietora and an alari young n pri -
antatlva Oreek Jewa si|"? rea through
the Bre atory bulktlng where naere lhan
[one hundre.i raung rden and women ara
employad ai t?ahJan khnearoa aklrta aad
aprona Ton ara a llttto aarprlaed al the
aaneral rlaanllnaaa and ilghtneeg thal
preveJl. harlng Bnterad nnd.. lha Imprea
-i,n thal the plaee nalghl br a grlmy
aaraai ahep Tbera B aa eraarding of ma
chlnery. The power is f_ratobed hy elee*
irleiti and tha faa batta are all eavatad.
An Btovatar traj_t*orta rea freaa Baar to
floor. On aaa ran Bnd ;t dlgalBed Baaa
arlth araj beaurd, wearing a hi.uk faa an.i
i.MikiiiK rery much HBa b grand rtotojr ar
a BMtropolitaa art the Oreek Church, al
tbe rery Baat, aa be Bto beblnd hia pIB
of kimoiio.-s arlth diKt.itied. yat genlal
countenanea Tha aaraara are all Oreek
Jewa ni.tivr- of ;i plaaa Bean whleh Ufaa
-,r the MM Jewteh Inhahttanto hav. iaat*
gratad to thB aaantry. The alerl raanig
aalearnan reniarha ha exaeflenl Bngitoh
thal he B laiilag aa rnaaj *>f his fi-iioa
cfiintrymin natuialit.-d r*s posslble and
thal ao f.n more than l*M have becoroe dta
"i ,.-, a Republican naturolly," he aaya,
i we ara aii solog lo rotg for lUMoa*
.. "
Thi Orl niaal Jewi Mea \'ork. of
whom there ai aboai etghi thouaand, ?-.'?
cordlng lo ??> io. .-ni aurvey, ocvupj a pe*
rullai poeitlon. Phej ara Beperptad from
ih.-ii ...-r.ii; loni.-t.s. noi only becauaethey
-.. an entlrel) dlfferenl language, bat
'???au-. tha) ar. Bephordlm, a.- diMln
.. froni tahkenaitm, tbe former ba.
?-, d< icendanta ..f ti-.- Portugueee
.,i..i Bpanlah Jewa and the latter theQer.
man, Pollah and i.iri-ian Jowm Tha so
phardlm pronobnc* Hebrew dlfferently,
, . -..i... contend, more aceurotely, than
l ? A nk.-i a/ln. anl IhOTl la a BMgtll "II
\ rgence In tba rituol. Boelal dlatlnctiona
IIn tn. peal hav.- aometlmea been ao Kreut
ii...i Intenaarrlage Baa ilnteei Impoo.
albb Thej .t.- laoloted b) laitgaagg aad
1 retlglea praetlee Tha Bephordlm who
came Drai lahed tn Bhai part of thi dl
ii,.- Jewa iiv.il, wlth th. id.a of koIhk
among them te llye They orere do,.nie,i
io dlaoppolntment, for they coaM ool oa?
derataad lha tengui of theti oo-rellglon>
letJ Tha Hpanlsii bogla ,,t thotr lanKiiax.-.
bowever, Rtted them fer oobm dggraa of
. ...iiinuni. atiun arith th.- Italtaai, Tho
Turktah lewa ara eegetarlaaa to a ?reat
.1- degrea than their co*reUgtoaleta from
Caatral Borepe. They oln are mosob
tOOMd to OOlag OUvg oll |0 thetl <ook)p*.
Th. cholCO of a lo.atlon WBg OlOO llmltod
b) an, th. r < on.sld-ral,on. They re.|ulred
Ko.sh.-i moat. Hat theeg n-uaotm tho
nclgbbothood grbtcb they rhone for tbelr
eolooy i- boundod by Itallaag gad Phllob
an,, Ruaalan Jowa. Owtag, bowever to
thoi, Uagaal and aodal l.-olatlon. thr
i.v 0f Amerlcanizatlon la somewhat
alow, althoufh they m.p.-ar to i.e gaxtoaa
for iiitlurallzutloii oa aOOB a. the law wlll
permit
The promptngaa with wh>h .vome of tho
Turhlob ^Ji-ws Ho+k dtUenshtp ls illua
trated la*thg eaaa ..r .?,, :,lun S|tting ln a
harh.r ..hop In Ihe fhrystle btreet eolony
..f TurklBh Jews who talked wlth a rep
raaentattrva of The Triuuno of his ex
perlenea in becomlng natarailged, ita ro*
oalled thg day df th.- month of the year
on whleh ho land. d Hu aon had been
hera .. yaar. Toavthor. on the followlng
t'aj- th?.v vialted thg na'uraUxatlon olllce
OrietfteWl Jewisb Types o-n the ?<%st Si^et^
? al ho mii-r.i n.iko hit* do.-Iar.i
u ntloa, tha eoa baelas
l ?. oct ti..- i ?? rloog ?
whole routlm ta Bai >i cleorly in hla n
Ha remembera t i ? oaa to whleh i"
lan gnewera. Five yeara gftoromrd * i
I . ha toob the aocond step. follow
tnu one* naora tn the potli trod
B(.n tho year before Thi everi i
araa cleariy Impreeeed upoi hla n
Ho ro,-aiio.i how bta ??' ?tber
dtlien with ohon ; had bet m ai
Quolated a moatfa after ho laadad wani
with him ae wttneaoea and loar h
teM ic muat a aH .. month i ? ?? inee
ho bad known one of t'aa wltn
ond eleiei aionfh*), tbe
law requlrlng a coatlnue i im
.... Tha bobi
month he went ogala Thla time hl
raad waa a gucaaaaful ooe Then f.i
lowed ln dtn courae th* exomlnetlon In
courl He g I ? ? ? lueotle a hl< h
waa pui te '"tn ond ea< inewer whleh
n. made. Ai laai ttv axamlner aald
"There ia no objectlon." and hg waa
adopted Into thi dtlaeaahlp of thi
country. WThlch redtol ?imy |t*r< ..
ii- w polnt of i lea ragarding tb?? rere.
moay of th?- odoptkm of ollena lato i u
.-itizenahtp. the Impreaaloa n makag upon
t,..- nea i ittn n ind tb< manner ln w
it aboold be coadueted
Thg North Amerlcan Chrtc Loof a boi
t to brias the Orloatal Jeara Into
eleeer oontacl wlth thdr Americen en
vlronment ond racentl) completed a atud] i
,,i them wttb tha klea ol mohlog Aaaei -
oona better ecojaalnted wlth thla Uttle I
ethoologtcal lolaad lo tha nr.-at polyglot]
Bgg of New York.
FUGITIVES from spain.
W'hon 1-Vrdiiiari.l an.I laabello OCdi rad
lha Jeara oui <?f rfpam in IfH many weat
in., Pcrtugal, aad aMghtly mera tbaa m
-.. .:s ago found th.-ir woy to th. geJoay
eetoMtabed .t the meuth <>r th.- Hodaoa
Rlver, Thej erere permltted t-> eettlehen
att..- thej ..ad uudertoheo tn provtde
oraong thenuelvea for lha noeda of oay
of their povert) atriehea oaea Peecead*
anti Of tho.-^o ggfllerg ar?- .-llll tl be fou.ii.1
ln tl.N ?-lt\
a largi proportlea of theae Jeara, bow?
ever, aeeurad >.f a welcotne te tho iitt..
man Rmplre, *al iMtal ad themaelvea thi r<
an.i i.uiit up eommualtteo, la wht.-i. th*
Bpanleh longuoga was apehaa. AceerdBig
to ..ni' atadOBl Of .iewl.h lypOg and thir
orlgta, "Ti.o trodltlonal BemJUc boBBty,
Whleh ln wi.mon often BgOBBlOg an fx
Qutalte noi.iiity, i?4 geaerally found gagoag
theee J.v.. . . . lt appoar. that la a I
dltlon tO tho delleoey and the strlklni;
aymmetry of the feoturag whlcb aro often
m.'l wlth. It is ulao tho brttlloat, radlant
o\r* arhlcb glvea theae Bephordlm th.-ir
repatatlOB foi beaitehlag degonce ond
, hnrin Tho Spanish and An<laluolan
wegBoa org aald i.y aooM t<> .n.- thdr
ohonaa io th.-.>. boautlful ayea, arhlcb ow
aiie/t.-.i to bava thdr ortgtn In tha smuii
quantttlea ..f Bamllhi blood whlcb Bowa in
thoir vdne, . . . ObI) very raroly B to
l.e Meon g BpOBlgh .low dlsplaylnat a Ber
Vtle or rrlnultiK attttude ln tho preaomo
of gopadoro, aa la often to bg gaaa omoog
OOfBiaa and I'.-llah JOWO, The Sephai.lltn
are very PTOUd, and their .-ona.- Of dlgBlty
moBlfaotg itKoif aven in thdr iIiom.m and
depertment, to whleh they pay acrupaloaa
attentton, Theee trait*. whleh they a?
qulred whllo lldog f.>r eoatuiiea aaaaag
tho CoatUlaaa, baea heoa tranomlttod t..
thoir deecendanta of to-doy. , . ? Kem
braadl baa patated thla type of j.w-b tx
elodvaly, Hg tael theea la ABmtaraoaa,
where mnny Mttlod aftt-r their expulslon
from Si'iiin an.i pprtBgal/.' Thlg arrtter
|.4ilnts out that tlw Hephardlm have taken
on many ol "th,- Bomotoleglcal tralta of
the 1*0001 and pgoplOg OIBOBg whom they
llve.''
Owtaf to thg b*ab of oppertualtlgo for
tdu.atlon. thg JgWg in the- Ottonmii l.m
pire hav* not rlpga ihkIi Ib tiu goelal
aeote, belBg tallom. ahOegBOhOfO, carp.n
tera, baggage porter.. IIbIi pedlers, l.arge
1111*11, rag podlera nnd sueh llke. Th.-y
follow the Oriental inmtoin Of Bleeplng on
plllona and rlothB fpTOOd OB the lloor. lt
B aoly by means of the Ineome dorlved
from lodaers that they are able to pay the
rontala asked for the wretch.-d houHei.
whleh are avallalde for their use. OwlnK
to the lack of faelllties for learning iho
laiiKiiage of the country. the deacendanta
of tjie BpBBteh Jews who rniKr.it. d to Tur
Bey have llttle accjualntanoe aith the Tur?
ktah tongue. hut rely upon the corrupt
Hpanlah. Their italOOt la alyled Ladlno,
or Judea-Hpaniah. belag a mlxture of
Spantab. Turklsh and H?brew Their lg.
ability to rea.) and wrtte the TurkBt, MP
_? _ggi baa baaa a bar ta their or<r-re?.?
in the ?lii ea life af Tarfc* r. la bbbb
part f Mi i adoafaa and ?
Itallan are apokea, bul I ? I Pfepari
f tbe O ?:?! Jewa rel - ?
toa v number of jm- of b_ka
onta .lolned the foti - T ?
ItJO I lul H.imid.
and u la aald 'hat one>ejuarter of I
di i - from BatM h b ?
I Coaatanttn* |
threaiemanl of thal pot i ri Jawi
In the teet " uaent there were aevena
i rewlah ,].?;. gatea
POLITICAL DISAPPOINTEES.
s, . -"' . "? ? ?
Amerlca twenty yeara ara>
pered They wer* onl] a faa in Buarta,
howerer Binigral
numl?-r- dld ' ' Bl I II tll ':'",r ,rV
.Isbaa nt
of .1 , ..natltnti- ra! c hl ?**?
Poverti-, a_aappolntment ai th* Bek ef
politleal reeogi the Vouag TBrl
party. the adoptlon ??' - n !a i*&
and dtotuti ad coyndll Balkea
resrn.n h-d them te eonaide
Tha fad thal their i
aroapered here i irni I ihel '? m in ihi*
dliwetlea The -tream i.as centtoael B
groar, I v.n ent* i "*; " "? ' ??
jaara arha ha- a kat thai i-raaag
tbe)
lacea toarard Ih* 11 ?
it k) r-ttmated thal ? BBBial
Jewa ha Baa ferl ?? P8BI th*
.halra-Fianl.-h dtalaet, I " Oraa* antt
the r'-malnd.-r Aiabtc and i IdW laa
eoloalea tn Beattia L v - Ba laa
Fram-is.-o. At.ai.ta. Montgoraery, ai*.
? blcago, Phlladelphto, Al aatlc Ctti and
Barttan, N J., ar* inBaalfBaat aa a*a>
. aarad ait* that ln thB rftj Taeei ?
v.u vork are dlrtded betareea tha BBfl
BJde and Karlern, th bara ef B
Idowartaara coi->p> llrlng ta lha Bral
bounded by Chryatle. ' ?? Houatoa. bp
- x ind >'.u-ai atrxw la ? icfl) oa Orc^ra
Blvlngtaa and AJloa atreeta The uptown
coio. v is aaattered through thi rectaagt
bounded by Plral and nfth aveaata aaa
110th and U.'.th jtr-.ts
DANGER OF FEW FAMIUE3.
An unfortur.ate phaae - l tha On-nt*l
IjOWtoh Imm.itiati".. tl mtall numwr
. ..f b-Btltoa in the i-aaalea ln Bea k*^
City it is estimated that there are aa
more than Bd IBBilllea The UBMBin
are men who have left thelr fainflha 88
hind. ar raung uaaaarrled BMa *
gaartan which they ara oblkrel B
ctapy eenseat Uaually. of three or W
' reoyaM. for whleh the. pay an ?Nfn*
of from 116 tO W r.-nt. an Bl^jj*
rate. when one r-ousLL rs the ?'"?""
>0f the .piarters md tha BBBaBKaO fn
iioi.ment. As th.- Bveraga weekB ?*
inga ..f Uhtaa waa arork aprrosimawia?
a.nountitiK to a lltth mon- than >
n.onth. it is evident that there anaaa.
af Bupptonaonrlng the toeaaaa ^^
majerity <>f the nualllra thrrefora,^^
ln reeaaerB. iiioupa af yoBag aaaa _
Ibariag as aaany ?" tm or tw^iv.>. ^^
real two room apartmenU, all >"n (
iiiK towaril the rent The lJtt,r '' k.
the oriental custom of aleeplng oa kauar
,-nts apraad on the gger. -N'?l ^
haaaahaapata b>- nature. and vT0 ^
llk- many nmny other men wlMTB '. ^
work B involvad. th- bedd.ng:to<**?
alred. the arlndowa are win '
i.pened. UM vr-ntilath... ls t"?"" ?"* ,
intervuls betw.. n the 8PPh^tJ*** ^
'broom are w.-eks ln duratton. ' ,">
I their Baeala In the eottoa BHiaaa bbj
taaraata, which are tba chlef aoeia
tres. At thaaa ptocea thej raaalaawai
1* tti ri- from the Orlent. ?r,t,'lt ??,,
Plles. read Um Wgeetly cagar. play ?
or gamble. J(1,s
I The n.vupation* Bf th? TurBBa^g,
litrc- aaean in chBuracter. Thej ?
in th.- tsawntawB Bwvlng i-iIU' ,,,
aad aboul one hundr.d poBah bB as^
DalBBney and aaarhy atreataat twe
a Bhlna Koaa of them has a bsaaai.
they are ir4?-.en.lv arre.ted OB tl.io ^
count. Many aro also emi*lo> ?M i ^
eaal laaaaa <*f hotels and reetearaa
niuuufa. iur- idgarettea Ib the Betori ^
a well-to-do Turklsh Jewlsh llmv
of the Turklsh Jews have aaved a ejj
from thelr earnlii?a-'or the) I' for
aeaaamlcal an.i aaving-w apa- am* ^
the sal? Bf orlontal goods. and na (
Baadld. The Oreek Jews arv pera r-^
llttle better off tliuiiiciall). for "'? ,
elthcr been ablt- to orlng BfBthai BB
ttoaaasaai oa s4??oa?b pag?.

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