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Friday, July 4, 1919.
THE JEWISH MONITOR Kin I NEWS FROM DALLAS I Mrs. Morris A. Wolfe and baby, Anna Bess, and sister, Miss Anna Bess Meyers, have gone on an extended trip (to visit relatives and friends In Ken tucky, Virginia, Washington, D. C, Baltimore, Md., and Harrisburg, Pa., , where she will spend the summer. . Mr. Abe Garonzik of Harrisburg, 'yf1 Pa., accompanied by his niece, Miss Gladys Adele Garonzik, are here to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. Lynn announce the engagement of their daughter, Sarah to Mr. Sam Isenberg of Amarillo, Texas. PLANS RECEPTION TO LOUIS MARSHALL. (Continued from Page 4) vent recurrence of attacks upon citi zens of Jewish faith, He is at present leader of the Jewish delegation in Paris. The Louis Marshall Reception Com mittee also announced that the recep tion to Mr. Marshall is a recognition not only of his present labors on be half of his people, but because of his long and ardent championship of their cause. Mr. Marshall is chairman of the American Jewish Relief Commit tee, and of the American Jewish Com mittee, a member of the executive ' committee, a member of the executive committe of the Jewish Welfare Vyv Board, president of Temple Emanu-El, Y the leading Reform Jewish congrega tion in the United States. He took a leading part in bringing about the ab rogation of our treaty with Russia, because of the tatter's refusal to rec ognize passports carried by Americans citizens of the Jewish faith. He fought against the passage of immi gration laws restricting immigration. During the war he was a member of g& the New York City's Draft Appeal Board. Mr. Marshall is one of the best known authorities on American Con stitutional Law. ADDITONAL POGROMS OF JEWS IN POLAND AND GALICIA. The Zionist Organization of Amer ica received another of the long serieb of cablegrams from Copenhagen, via London, which have been filed almost daily for the past few months, giving details of the pogroms, which like some uncontrollable' prairie fire have been sweeping over Europe, and par ticularly In Poland and Galicia, des troying thousands of beings and mil lions of dollars worth of property. In the latest cable, which was filed in Copenhagen on May 13th, it Is re ported that new and terrible pogrom are raging everywhere in West Gali cia. At Lublin, on May 1st, recruits of the Polish Legion, reenforced by students of the Commercial and High Schools, raided the Jewish quartet. The Jews tried to defend themselves but, being unarmed, their resistance was easily overcome. The police not only failed to interfere, but in many instances, encouraged the rioters to additional excesses. The local militia plundered every Jewish shop. They rioting, were forcibly detained in its barracks by the rioters. On May 4th, a crowd surrounded the town hall at Raoszicw and clam ored for a better distribution of food. The municipal authorities, addressing the crowd, said that ample food sup plies would be found in the Jewish quarter. The mob rushed thither, plundered every JJewish shop. They stormed the synagogue, sullied the Holy Scrolls. Sixty Jews were severe ly injured in these riots which did not end until martial law was proclaimed. During a county fair at Nyabilec, the farmers indulged in the popular pastime of Jew killing. Four went killed and sixteen severely wounded. On May 1st, at Mielic, the farmers, unrestrained by the authorities, loot ed every Jewish shop and drove oft with their plunder. At Suytoze, three Jews were killed and a number wound ed. At Kelbussowa, eight were killed, and the town set afire. The newspaper Dziennikovo, pub lished in Cracow, has been suspended because it printed a list of the victims of a pogrom at Lida. All the Polish papers are now beginning to admit the occurrence of these pogroms, in con tradiction to their strenuous denial when they first began. A report thai Commissioner Foster of the American Food Commission had declared the story of the Pinsk pogrom untrue, ha Salubriously Refreshing EH 7WH in i. ,,,,'M iii'H'iiPii f in ik, " i -.,111 i i n 1 . f f :. M Health (.lllluliiiUlJilluWIWIhllilliUilMJllJlxil. f OLD BY ALL SOFT DRINK DEALERS GRAINO COMPANY been officially denounced as untrue by the Polish Foreign Ministry, in res ponse to Mr. Foster's demand that a statement be issued that he had not discussed the matter at all. The cablegram states that there ik great alarm in all Polish Jewish cir cles because the pogrom wave con tinues unabated. Reports have been received by the Jewish National Council of Vienna of pogroms at Maj dan, Baranow, Brzostek, and that new pogroms are being planned by the re emits of the Polish Legion and the soldiers of the Polish army command ed by General Haller. say, I am sure on behalf of his fellow laymen of this convention, that he thanks God for having had the privil ege of attending this convention ?" Mr. David Philipson, of Cincinnati, then pronounced the benedicition. Mr. Benno Lewinson, who represent ed Temple Beth-El, of New York, made the following statement: "A rabbi said to me this morning, "this convention is an investment in Juda ism!" I ventured to say to him in re ply that much as that is, it means more, it is an investment in friendship." MORE THAN CONVENTION-A DEMONSTRATION. When lay delegates devoutly gave thanks to God for having had the privilege of attending the Twenty sixth biennial council of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations in Boston recently, and ardently advanc ed new theories for strengthening Ju daism, the Union knew that this was no ordinary convention. It was a dem onstration of the growing religious consciousness in American Israel. Several examples of the admirable spirit of the twenty-sixth council are here given. Just before the adjournment of the convention, as rabbi was about to pro nounce the benediction, Mr. Alfred M. Cohen, president of the Board of Gov ernors of the Hebrew Union College, arose and said, "It is customary that these proceedings close with a bene diction. Is it amiss for a layman to Rabbi's on the Move Rabbi I. Warsaw formerly of Wa co, Texas, has left the pulpit tempor arily. He goes east. Rabbi Abramowitz of the Orthodox Congregation of Shreveport, has been called to the Congregation of Fort Worth. He has been elected for a term of two years. He has not yet indicat ed his acceptance. Rabbi Louis Witt of Little Rock, is delivering a course of lectures at the University of Louisiana, at Baton Rouge, under the joint auspices of the Chautauqua Society and I. 0. B. B. District No. 7. Rabbi Henry Bernstein of Houston has left for a trip to England. He will be gone all summer. UNEEDA CARPET & MATTRESS FACTORY CARPET AND RUG CLEANING MATRRESS RENOVATING A SPECIALTY t, , ALL WORK GUARANTEED GIVE US A TRIAL 501 W. Neatherford St. phone Lamar 7145 Visit Schaefer's Bakery for Good Things to Eat and get your Easter Novelties, Ducks, Chicks, Rabbits, Bankets and EASTER Favorites for your Eauter parties. Give us your order for FANCY CAKES. Schaefer's 1108 HOUSTON ST. 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