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Friday, July 4, 1919.
MRS. ROSE HERMAN DIES AT HOME IN DALLAS. THE JEWISH MONITOR EltTM Mrs. Rosie Herman, wife of J. L. Herman, died at 8:30 o'clock Thurs day at the family residence, 2510 Grand avenue. Mrs. Herman, who has been ill for the last six months, has been a citizen of Dalian for nearly forty years and previous to her ill ness was prominent in local women's activities of the city. Mrs. Herman was born in Louisville, Ky., in 1849, and would have been 70 years old next August. She came to Dallas with her husband in 1880. Mr. and Mrs. Herman celebrated their fif tieth wedding anniversary lost Janu ary. She is survived by her husband, one son, Louis M. Herman of Dallas; three daughters, Mrs. Martin Gold stein of New York; Mrs. Adolph Buell of St. Louis and Miss Adelia Herman of Dallas; three sisters, Mrs. Julia Levy, of New York; Mrs. Belle Calm of New Orleans and Mrs. Betty Cohn of Dallas, and one brother, 1. 1. Lorch of Dallas. Funeral services were held rrom the family residence at 5 o'clock. Dr. William II. Greenburg officiated. Bur ial was at Emanu-El cemetery. . The pallbearers were Max J. Roi enfield, Victor II. Hexter, Irvin L. Era mer, Louis Reinhardt, Hiram Gross man R. C Pollock Simon Linz and Sydney Reinhardt The honorary pallbearers were E. M. Eahn Seymour Myers, A. San ger, M. II. Hurst, Dr. E. Aaronson and D. A. Eldredge. TIMELY LITERATURE It has been remarked that every system of human thought, not even excluding religions, is essentially util itarian. The opponent of any system of thought have always sought 10 dis parage it by charging it with being merely the outgrowth of circumstan tial needs, of being merely in the service, as it were, of material mo tives. Each system for itself has al ways claimed that it was founded on the "eternal verities" and when two of them happen to find themselves in conflict it t afford sublime amuse ment to the "Innocent bystander" to ee each claim the "eternal verities" for itself and accuse the other of be ing utilitarian and time-serving. Such, in fact, have been the rela tions between Reform Judaism and Zionism. Said Reform Judaism to Zionism: "You are merely a reaction to the persecutions from which the Jews suf fer. You would betray the great mis sion of Israel for that purely material ideal of "every man under his vine and every man under his fig tree." You, therefore, have no understand ing, hope no regard for the eternal ideals of the Jewish people. You an merely interested in alleviating their temporary sufferings." Said Zionism to Reform Judaism: "You are merely an expression of the petty desire of the Jew to be as much like his Gentile neighbor as pos sible. Your theory of the mission of Israel is simply designed to idealize your present comfortable but small position. You are merely In the ser vice of the seekers of material com fort. You have no understanding of the eternal ideate of the Jewish peo ple And thus the merry wrangle went on. Frequently It became acrimonious and bitter. And every reform rabbi with some few exceptions looked upon Zionism as the hereditary enemy. And every Zionist, with some few ex ceptions looked upon Reform Judaism as the inherent foe of Jewish national ism. It is a pleasant speculation that some day these antithesis will be welded into the convenient synthesis. And the reform rabbi who is also a Zionist will tell you that this will happen in Palestine. At any rate, all Jews who are interested in this prob lem of the relation of Judaism to Jew ish nationalism or Zionist should be grateful for some cold light on the subject Most of the energy that has been generated about this subject has taken the form of heat rather than light And those who seek such light will do well to go in the first instance to the pamphlet of Dr. Max Schloes singer on "Reform Judaism and Zion ism." Dr. Schloessinger denies the the sis of Dr. David Phillipson that the two are irreconcoliable. Another etatcment by a minister of Reform Judaism which will ne read by all with pleasure and profit is Fundamen tal Principles of Zionism," by Dr. Bernard Felsenthal. The hitter was one of the leading reform rabbis of Amer ica, a profound scholar and a man of deep feeling. Another phase of the Jewish relig ion in its relation to Zionism is treat ed by Dr. Israel Friedlamlcr in a little leaflet on "Zionism and Religious Ju daism." This statement will be found especially suggestive and information in view of the reflections that are sometimes made against the Zionist religion is concerned In lands other than Palestine, a very suggestive study is made by Eliaha M. Friedman in a pamphlet entitled, "Zionism and Jewish Reconstruction." The author maintains that the realization of Zionism will result in a revitalizing of Jewish religious currents in all lands where Jews live. The Zionist Organization of Ameri ca, which is the publisher of the pamphlets above mentioned, naturally desires to refute the charge of irre ligiously and at the same time to con vince Jews that there Is no conflict between any phase of Judaism and the Jewish National movement There is perhaps nothing so fascinating to Jews at least as a struggle between two systems of ideas and the littld pamphlets above enumerated have the most of intellectual combat which the Jews have always relished. WORLD WAR." 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Wllllnme. Deputy. CITATION BY PUBLICATION. CITATION BY PUBLICATION. The Stiito of Texna, In the DlKtrlct Court Tarrnnt County, Texna. Auguat Term. A. I. 191 1. To the Sheriff or Any Conatnble of Tar rnnt County, Greeting: You nre herehy commanded that, by makiiiR publication of thla Citation In tome newHpnpt'r ubl lulled In the Coun ty of Tarrnnt four roiiHccutlve weeka prevloua to the return day hereof, you ummon Mary Jonea. whone realdeiice I unknown, to be ami appear before the lUatrtrt Court, to be holden In and for (he County of Tarrant, nt trie fouri flouae thereof. In the City of Kurt Worth, on the find Monday In AuguM, A. ! 1919. the aame belli the 4th day of aald month, then nnd there to anawrr the petition of Ike Jonea na plaintiff, filed In aald court on the 14th day ot June, A. I. 1919. iigalnat Mary Jonea na defendant, aald ault leliig huini-ret 4t.'i. the nature of which denmnd la aa follow to-wit: Itclng etltlon for divorce, alleging that heretofore on July jitth, 191 1, de fendant voluntarily left the bed nnd hoard of plaintiff with the Intention n abandonment nnd haa remained away lr auch manner from plaintiff down to tli. nreaent time; that plaintiff haa neve: heard from defendant during all of aniri time, nnd doea not nt thla tnnu kno here ahe realdea. Wherefore, plaintiff prayi for citation for Judgment for divorce, for cemi cult and general nnd wclnl relief. Herein rail Not, but have you then nnd there before wild Court, thla Writ, with your return thereon. Knowing how you nave executed the aame. Wltneaa Mra. tl. Frank Coffey, Clerk of the llatrlct Court of Tarrant County. (ilven under niv hand nnd eeal of aald Court In Fort Worth, thla ISth day of June. A. U. 1919. (Sent) MRS. O. FRANK COFFF.Y. Clerk Pletrlct Court, Tarrnnt County, Texna. The Htnte of Texna, In the Platrlct Court Tarrant County, Texua, Auguat Term, A. I). 1919. To the Sheriff or Any Conatable of Tar rant County, Creeling: You ure hereby commanded, That, liy making publication of thla Citation In winie newaiutper publlahed In the County of Tarrant four weeka prevloua to the re turn dav hereof, you auminon Klwood Vaul, whone realdence la unknown, to be holden In and for the County of Tarrant, at the Court Houae thereof. In the City of Fort Worth, on the firat Monday In Au glint, A. D. 1919. the aame being the 4th day of aald month, then and there to anawrr the petition of Alice Vnul aa plaintiff filed In aald Court, on the 4th day of June A. . 1919, ngalnat Klwood Vnul, na defendant, aald suit belli num. bered 493J7, the nature of which demand la na followa, to-wit: That on or nlxHit the 7th day of Pe ceinl.er, VMS, plaintiff nnd defendant were dill-- nnd legally married the Count v oi l'allaa, Ktate of Texaa, and continued ! live together ua huaband and wife until about thi. 17th day of January, 1919, thai at nil timed while plaintiff and defendant lived together na huMiand and wife plain tiff conducted hemelf with propriety, do ing her duty aa a wife, and nt nil tlmea treated the defeiidan with klndneaa unu forelmrance and baa been guilty of no act bringing about or cauaiug the hcrelnaftei ib'Rcribed m-ta, omlKeloua and cominta aiona on defendant' part. That defendant dlnrcgardcd the solem nity of hia marriage vowa. and hla ohll gallon, and within a abort time artei their marriage commenced a courar of unkind, hand) nnd tyrannical conduct to warda her, which continued until ahe fin ally aeparateil from him. that he waa guilty of excexKea, cruel treatment and outrageoua conduct lowarda her or auch a nature that rendered their further Uv Ing together lnauiHirtable. Wherefore, prelum.- conaldered, plain tiff praya that defendant le cited to ap pear nnd nnawer herein, that upon nun hearing plaintiff have Judgment d I involv ing the marriage between plninmr nnn defendant, that ahe be rentored to tier former name and for auch other and further relief aa the court ahall think projHT to grant, and aa plaintiff may be entitled to, either at law or In equity, and for coata of ault. Herein Fall Not, but have you then nnd there before aald Court, thla Writ, with your return thereon, allowing how you have executed the anme. 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