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Denver Jewish News Vol. VII. $9,000,000 for Palestine Fund KEREN IIAYKSOU CONFERENCE IN NEW YORK HOPES TO RAISE I.AKOE SI M. (J. If. Service.) W\v York Tin* first national con ference of representatives of Keren llayesoil eoniinitfees thruoiit fin* coun try. wliieli was field in New York on Noveiulier I'.nli and UOtli, fas deeided lo endeavor to raise SO.OOn.tHMk by .lan nary 1.1 towards the inininiuin budget of $12,000,000 required by the Zionist Orguiiizut ion for its activities in Palestine. There were 45;t dele gates from "57 slates and HO cities, representing tlie most active workers for the Palestine Foundation fund. The lirst session at tile Hebrew Technical School for (Uris, presided 1 ver by .Fudge Henry .1. iHinuebauni of Kouston, Texas. who will Is* remem bered as tin* chairman of the last Zionist convention at Cleveland, was addressed by Nahum Sokolow, head of, aiid Professor Otto Warburg, mem ber of, the Zionist delegation to this country. fill Hie following day, nl the ses sions at the Hotel Astor, reports were .submitted by representatives from Philadelphia, Baltimore, Hartford. Pittsburgh. San Francisco and many other points. The reports indicate! a well organized activity in all points where the work of raising Hie fund has commenced. Tin* feature of the Sunday session was tin* forceful nddrbss by Yladimlr .labotinsky. founder of tin* Jewish Legion, and now one of tin* directors J of the tun In olliee of tin* Keren Hay estsl in Ismdon. Far from theoriz ing or generalizing, .laliotiiisky dwelt oil tin* practical phases of the actual eolb*etion and outlined at some length Hit* met boil of upproaeli to the various Jewish elements, emphasizing partic ularly Hip need of maintaining the collection for tin* fund tit Ine high level proclaimed thru the principle of ••Manser.” (tithe.) A series of resolutions were adopt ed. the most imiMiffnnt of which Were those making the payment of "Mauser” obligatory upon all who would support the Zionist program in Palestine. A graded scheme of payment of the tithe v.as adopted, providing for the animal payment of a minimum -of $25 for those with an income of $2,000 or less, and $l5O minimum for incomes lip to $5,000; Jews with Incomes in excess of $5,000 tire, by these resolu tions, required to pay regular ••Maus er,” subject to the government income tu x. It was also decided to divide tin* country into 10 regions with Keren Hnyesod Bureaus in each in charge of directors responsible to the bead office in New York. A resolution which provoked considerable discus sion, and some excitement, was the one limiting the expense of maintain ing tin* bureau and tin* .subsidiary branches to WA. This was finally caiyied with tin* proviso, "as close sis possible” to 10'//. Reports were presented by Eman uel Neuman, temporary secretary of Hu* Fund, and Hermann Omlieim. Treasurer, showing net cash receipt or $052,000. exclusive of over three million in uncollected pledges in vari ous parts of the country. WOLFSOHN’S WILL PROVIDES FOR HERZL TOMB IN PALESTINE. (J. C. B. Service.) London —Tin* executors of (lu* "ill ol I >r. David Wolfsohn, Into president of the World Zionist Organization, announce that lie has l>equenthed his omire fortune of 180.000 florins to the Jewish people. His wish is that part of the money be expended in trans ferring the remains of I)r. Theodor Herzl, Mrs. Wolfsohn and himself to Palestine, whore suitable monuments Sire to In* erected. The greater part of Ids fortune is left to the Zionist Ac tions committee, to he spent as it sees fit. CANADA OPENS OFFICE IN WARSAW TO HELP EMIGRANTS. (.Tewlnh Telegraphic Agency) Warsaw The Canadian government lias opened an office here that will ex amine the passports and papers of emigrants desiring to go to Canada and will inform the emigrants wheth er % the immigration ofilela.ls.in Canada will admit them. This step was taken so as to avoid a repetition of the un fortunate experiences of some emi grants. who, after crossing the ocean, were sent hack because they did not possess Hie necessary paper. MARRIES BROTHER OF FIANCE KILLED WHILE DOING JEWISH RELIEF WORK. (J. C. n. Servlet;.) New York Itahhi Stephen S. Wise tied the nuptial knot for his young assistant. Xatluinial Cantor of Murrain, anti Miss Irniu May of I.cmlterg. Pol and, ail bin home. Miss May, whoso fatbt a r was a representative of flit* Kuropean hanking house of Rothschild in Js-mberg. tnarriotl tin* youngest brotlifr of bet liant-f. Rabbi Bernard Cantor, who was killed by the Rol shfviki. Rabbi Bernard Cantor was serving in P.rjn as representative of the Amer ican Joint Distribution commit Iff in Poland anti tilt* t'krniiif when lit l mot Miss May. where slio ami lift* mot iter were running a soup kitflifii for Pol ish refugees in Is*rul>erg. After* the tlentli of her flnnee Miss May eaine to this country to visit, his parents. where she ultimately made her home anti has taken an active in terest in movements for Polish re lief. 80% OF JEWISH WORKINGMEN IN WARSAW UNEMPLOYED. (Jen tan Telegraphic Agency) Warsaw- Tin* economic. crisis in I'olainl has hit especially hard tin* Jewish "workingmen in Warsaw. SO% of whom, it Is estimated. are out of employ incut. It is known that at least four-lit run of tin* Jewish laborers in the leather tratio art 4 idle; likewise 70'/* of workingmen in tin* spinning ami weaving industry, mnl SO', of the Jewish* rlonknmkers. Pundit ions in other Helds are no brighter. The Jew ish eooperalive stores art* doing their Iwsf to alleviate the suffering, hut limitisl resources make tlieir activi ties insignilicant as compared with the liuiuensity of the distress. It is fear etl that unless the general economic situation in Poland improves appreci ably, the Jewish laltor element, in the larger towns especially, will Ik* faced with a very terrible crisis. JEWS AND CHRISTIANS VICTIMS OF HINDUS UPRISING (J. C. B. Berries.) I.omlon—According to reports from Bomlmy. tin* follower* of Olmmll have boon attacking Jewish and Christina inhabitants. Those attacks, const it ut m g part of tlio reprisals against tin* British government. with peaceful Christian and Jewish citizens as inno cent victims, arc not con lined to Hin dus alone, the Mohammedans taking an equal share. A brutal assault on Jews and Christians Is reported to have been made in Bombay during which Jewish shops were pillaged and |H*destrinns uttucked on the streets. film ml i, the leader of the insurrec tion. has published an appeal to his followers, declaring that he would de prive himself of all food until such time as his followers learned to let peaceful Jews anti Christians alone. LEMBERG COLLECTS TWO MILLION MARK FOR KEREN HAVESOD. (Jewish Telegrnplilc Agency) Vienna —Tin* visit of tin* Tcliort kover Rabbi to I>mberK on behalf of the Keren Iliiyesod of Palestine re sulted in the collection of two million mark for that l'niitl. NAHUM SOKOLOW AT THE 8TH ANNUAL CONVENTION OF MIZRACHI. NYu York —The Nth annual conven tion of the Mizrachi Organiation .of America was opened at the “Ilins* building on Sunday evening by’Rabbi Meyer Berlin, president. Pointing to Die achievements of tlie Mizrachi or ganization on American soil, Rabbi Berlin declared tlmt this organization l ad become an important factor in the uphuihliug of Palestine. The mcmlier ship of this organization, he declared, numlKM's 10.000. and represented one tfourth of the total membership of the Zionist organization. JEWS IN HEREIN CLEARED OF UGLY CHARGE. Berlin —The court rendered its de cision on Friday in the case against the production of Arthur Schnitzler's “Rcigen.” In freeing the accused, the court declared that if all political and anti-Semiric interests are excluded, one cannot help hut recognize the real literary and ethical merit of the play. When tho drama was put on tin* stage several weegs ago. a number of anti- Semites charged the Jewish manage ment with demoralizing the (Jerman stage, anti brought the case to court. The management lias now been clear, ed of this charge and can continue with its production of the druinn. Samuel Untermyer is Council for Strikers GARMENT MAKERS I NION TO HAVE EMINENT COI NCTL IN STRI'GGLE. (Jewish Telegraphic Agency) New York—Tile announcement of Jicnjnmin Sclilotinger, President of ihe International I.a dies* Carmen* Workers’ I'nioii. that Samuel I'nter inyer Ims offered his services in tin* injunction proceedings to enforce the* labor agreement, after rendering an opinion on the strike to Morris Hill quit, attorney for the l’nion. that the union can enjoin file employers, has produced a profound impression. .Mr. I'ntermyor declared, "It is about time that the courts In* required to commit themselves on the proposition of whether it is any more unlawful for the workers to break their ngr<*e menc than for the employers, and whether tlie-law cannot In* made to np piy equally to both of them." Mr. i*n.; lermyer Ims consented to act as the champion of the union in their slrug- j gle. on the condition that lie should not accept compensation, .Mr. Sclilos inger announces. It is likely, accord ing to the •Times." that the injunc tion light will lM‘gin before the cud of Hie week. The legal contest promises co be unique. Eminent coun cil. in addition to Mr. rntermyer and Mr. ilillqiiit. will In* retained by the union. JEWISH RELIEF DELEGATION FROM HROM HUNGARY ARRIVES (Jewish Telegraphic A geucy) New York A delegation represent ing the Hungarian Jews arrived in New York on tlu> "Paris.'* The dele gation is comprised of Fran* Snknii. head of (In* Budapest ('oininuniiy, (In* hcverend l»r. Kilns Adler, and I>r. Emil Znliler. Tin* delegation em* plintically refuted (lie runuu* (hat its mission was undertaken in behalf of the Hungarian government. They de clared that they had been invited to confer with roprimentn fives of the Hungarian Jews in this country and Hint they had lmd conversations with Mr. Felix Warburg of the Joint Dis? trihut ion commit ten*. M. I. BERDECHEVSKY, HEBREW WRITER, DEAD. (Jewish Telegraphic Agency) Berlin—Tlii* (lentil is 111111011111*1*11 of M. I. Bordechevsky. note*l Hebrew nutlior ami >n*l lettrist. in Berlin at tlie nse of •"><’>. A pi liar of tin* mod ern Hebrew literature, anil author of a great number of Cluishlic stories, be was particularly lielnveri by the new Hebrew-reailhig generation. POLISH SOLDIERS ORDERED TO FIRE AT REFUGEES CROSSING FRONTIER. (Jewish Telegraphic Agency) Warsaw—Polish soldiers on guard at tin* eastern frontier of the coun try. especially those near the White Russian lKMUidary. have been given special orders to lire without warning at refugees without legal documents who attempt, to cross into the coun try. DR. GASTER ACCUSED OF HAVING BEEN PAID FOR MISSION. (Jewish Telegraphic Agency) Ruclmrest—Declaring rimt the Ron umuiun government ha<l rewarded I>r. Caster. the Sefnrdic Haliam. for his journey ahroart. tin* Jewish Rnuman iaii “Manturen*’ continues,_ "I)r. Cus ter hart aeepted a decidedly unsavory mission. Tin* Roumanian government engaged a Jew to save her reputation ahroart. anrt In* was charged with the duty of showing for the world at large tliut there was no Jewish prob lem in Ilouinuiiln. The money wliieh the government hart expemh*d on this political mission, of his is wasted. His statements are of no value, English Jewry knowing very well what Jew ish life in Romannia is. anrt will also know what attitude to take towards Dr. Duster." Nevertheless ir is neces sary, in the opinion of this journal, tlint the Federation of Roumanian Jews, shall not pass over this in stance in silence, hut despatch a con tradictory report in which the whole I ruth will he told in a. way that would paralyze Pr. Caster's political mis sion. Mr. and Mrs. Simon l’eiser have re turned to Cleveland after having spent the past two years in welfare work in central and eastern Europe. Mr. Rei ser was director of child care work for (he Joint Distribution committee. Wednesday, November 30, 1921 CHARITY ! >llll :i father In tile fnlherless. I succor those whom fan* hath left to mourn 111 helpless poverty and deep despair. Crushed and defenseless In their hour of need. I am a rod of strength to those who fall I'nheeded from the scurrying ranks. that swarm Along life’s road in quest of happi ness ; I give them courage for another trial. I mil the light of hope io those whose falrh Has faltered in misfortune's hitter test • I am the promise of a lieiter day. A luirhiuger of peace and new-found joy I am the •friend in need* to every man The sick and maimed, the aged and the young: And none shall ever 'call on me in vain. Thus I serve find—My name is char ity : A NEW FIGURE IN AMERICAN JEWRY. David A. Brown’* Message Upon En tering National Jewish IJfe. "11l accepting the responsibility of tin* National t'lmirinnnship of tin sl-4.000.000 appeal I dill so with tin* solemn pledge of two hundred or more of America's represent live .lews ring- I■ ik in my ears. Kinee tlien I Imve iwi*lviil hundred* of letters from every seel ion of tlie United Suites and <’a nil da. jttl of them Duvhl A. lirou n I ironthing ;i spirit of co-operation, .1 spirit of helpfulness. a Jewish spirit, if you pirn so, tlmt lius made me proud of the fact tliat I nm to be associated with thoso moil in tlfis most worthy enlist*. The rosponsildiity of saving and helping Ku rope's suffering .lows Is not the rosponsildiity of any one group of men and woinoiiv hut the duty of every Jew worthy of tin* name. By putting oifr hearts and souls in to this effort and hy giving freely of our means and more freely of our selves we ran secure the fourteen mil lion dollars which amount is the ir reducible minimum misled to render the necessary service to our fellow Jews. David A. Brown. JEWS TO RAISE $5,000,000 (.?. C. It. Service.) New York Five million dollars is jo In* raised li.v I In* .lows of fids city for Jewish Relief in Russia and other oounlrios of Knstorn Europe. accord ing to an annonm-cinoni at a dinner in the Hi It more at which were a hun dred representative Jews. 'Phis amount is to he made New York Oity’s quota of the sl-4.000,000 fund being raised by the American Jewish Relief committee The dinner was arranged by Louis Marshall. Nathan Straus and Felix M. Warburg to enable leading Jews of rlie city to meet David A. Hrown. a Detroit busi ness man, who is chairman of the na tional campaign. Mr. Marshall an id the worst place in Europe today was the I kraine, where hostile armies bad been light ing for seven years and a largo part of the Jewish population has disap peared. Ir is remarked that the number of deaths of celebrated men this year has been exceptionally low. This sug gests to us also that not a single I drill of any famous person has been recorded during tin* last twelve months London Opinion. Would Cut Prices in Jewish Bakeries Now York—ln :i move to roduoo tlio price of hrottd in .lowisli liakeried from . nine lo oonts. Ihr Now York Maxtor linkers' Assooiation. niimlsr ins' inn oinployors who mnko npproxi innioly l'jA.Otm lonvos u day, roquostod , Mint iln* union, roprosontiiij! .*I.SOO moil, dologntn eiirriinlttee of olilcors to moot with a liko pommittoo of omploy its and n non-artisan ohnirinnii to si is. Mins n r«Hliu-tion in wuros nml arid* unto rllxpmod points. I Tlio ompln.Vors n!<o on Hod n mooting I «>f Mioir exooutivo oommittoo ut 71HI I .roadway to disousp plans for notion | in ovont tlio union oitlior nooopts or 1 rofusos tlio invitation to oonfor nml 1 nrhiirnto. Edward .1. O’Mnlloy. t’om ! missionor of Mnrkots. wns nskod to , I alt ond tlio moot ini;. ROUMANIA LIMITS JEWISH REFUGEES TERRITORY. “Joint** Declines Help Action of ftovernntmt I’njuslifled. (J. C. 11. Service.) .London—At the immthly inerting of tin* Jewish Hoard of Deputies, presld- | ed over by Sir Stunrt Samuel. it was IcnriiiHi that tin* Jewish Kehillah of lionniailia had addressed an npi»cul to the Hoard for 20 million lei in order to earry out the tleeree of the Rott tnanian (ioveritnient, restricting the residence of Jewish refugees from ItnsS'ia to s|»<*•*!lied territory. In con ueelion with this telegram. Lucien Wolf declared that he had taken tip the matter with Mr. Kalian, a rep resentative of the "Joint." hut that the J .!>. had refused its assistance because it regarded the action of the government as unfair in the unfor tunate refugees. Mr. Kalian d»*elared that the "Joint” Is ready to help the refugees, hut has no intention of com ing to the assistam-e of tin* Roumanian government iu its work of deporting them. The !l«uird of Deputies decided to refer the matter to the committee for War Sufferers, for action. In the stormy dehate on Lticieu Wolf’s nttirude with regard to the l!o0.000 Jewish refugees who are at present distributed along the frontiers of various eastern border states, it ap peared that Lord Rothschild is in full accord with Mr. Wolf. Lord Roths child stated in this collection that the t -are of these •JoO.OOO Jewish refugees was of more iiu|K>rtnnoe than that of the .->O.OOO Jewish refugees from Russia. JEWISH CLOAK OPERATORS GIVE ONE DAY’S PAY IN THIRTY FOR RUSSIAN RELIEF. C.T C. B. S«rvlc«.) London—Tin* Jewish clonk niukers hero pledged themselves to gUe the wages of one day in every month for the relief of the famine sufferers in Kussia. The decision was arrived at ar a general conference of the (Monk makers' l'nion. held Imre on Mon day. ATTENTION!!! ALL YE JEWISH WOMEN. Harken, to tlu* News. Keep iterom ber tin* 7th iii your minds, ns n day when ye will nil gather together ai (In* Panicl's and Fisher’s Ten room— tor n enrd party and tea given by the Junior Council at 2:30 p. ni. Fifty patronesses will preside—(their names will appear next, week.) liet us all be there, ns a joyous time is prophesied.—M. S. ARABS SENTENCED FOR PARTIC IPATION IN JERUSALEM RIOTS (J. C. B. Service.) London —The Special Court cons!l* luted to try those charged with par ticipation in the November 2nd dis til rhances in Jerusalem, has convicted two Arabs to 1."» years’ imprisonment on the charge that they were in pos session of bombs and weapons: one AMERICAN CONSUL TO VIZE POLISH PASSPORTS. Warsaw —'The .American Consul here lms vized the passports of :i few dozen emigrants of Polish/ nationality, in accordance with instructions received from Washington. The “Hias” lias succeeded in hav ing tin* visas apply for a form of three months instead of one, so that in life event of immigrants arriving when their quota is filled their deportation may be prevented. Julius HosenwaUl has so far given $3fl0;000 toward the erection of V. M. <\ A. buildings for Negroes, lie gives •$20.000 10 (>very one built. SOKOLOW RECEIVED AT STATE DEPARTMENT Also Confers With Balfour. <J. C. it. service) Washington - Nahum Sokolow. chairman of tli«> executive commitlcc of flu* World Zionist organization, hero as head of tin* delegation for tin* Keren llaycsod. was received by Act ing Seeretary of State. Henry I*. Fletelier. yesterday and was assured that (lie I'nitcd States government slimh! ready to do everything to facili tate consummation of tin* otlicial . status of Palestine as the National J Jewish homeland. While no forma! ! statement was forthcoming as to what ! transpired ut the Department, it is I understood that the interview, which | lasted over an hour, was of a satis factory nature. Mr. Sokolow was ae j com pan led by Mr. Ah. (ioldltcrg. of 1 the Zionist Administrative cominith'c. | and Unhid Hlnzer of Kansas City. The Zionist leader was introduced liy Sen ; ator Selden I*. Spencer of .Missouri Warren D. Bobbins, chief of the Near- Fa stern Division of the State Depart ment. was an interested participant at the (‘(inference. Sokolow is said to have described recent progress made by the .lews in Palestine, and referring to the Ameri can restrictions on immigration. palm ed out that Jews by hundreds of thou sands in Kastern Kurope. now perse cuted and homeless, are eagerly await ing the chance to enter into Palestine as soon as the llnal act of the rad-, llcatiou of the Palestine Mandate takes place. .Mr. Fletcher, who is Acting Score- 1 tary of State* in the absence of Secre tary Hughes, functioning as chairman of the American IVlegation ai thei Arms Conference, is understood to have expressed on liehnlf of the (sov eminent, the opinion that the Ilighes’ note regarding A and It Mandates, ne gotiations concerning which are still in progress, raises no question regard ing the Jewish Palestine, bur denis on. ly with the principle of an “open door” tor American trade In mandate terri tories. In the evening Mr. Sokolow was re ceived by the Hon. Arthur J. Balfour, bead of the British delegation anti au thor of the famous Balfour Declara tion, at rhe latter’s residence. ARGENTINIAN COLONISTS PAYING THEIR DEBTS TO "ICA" (Jewish Telegraphic Agency.) Paris—lt is learned that tin* .leu ish colonists in Argentine, settled there with funds advanced :y Huron de Hirsch. have forwarded large sum* of money to the ”Ica'’ here as initial payments of their loans. This new source of linnip*es will permit lie* "lea” to develop its activities for the Jewish refugees in Korop** and f» r Jewish colonisation in ralestim*. HUNGARIAN GOVERNMENT SENDS JEWISH PROPAGANDIST TO AMERICA. (Jewish Telegraphic Agency) Vienna Tin* Hungarian tiovern mont lias, after consultation with Jew ish leaders hero, decided to semi to America « special Jewish envoy in an attempt to create for it a favorah! • American public opinion. SOUTH RUSSIAN JEWISH COLONIES APPEAL FOR AID. (Jewish Telegraphic Agency) Merlin—Tht» "On” Society Inis con vened a conference of newspaper rep resentatives for the purpose of ex plaining the crltlcuf~econouiie condi tion of the Jewish colonies in Sontli Russia. These settlements, it \vn shown, are not only important in themselves but are necessary to the existence of the large urlmn popula tions in the country. The "Ort” ap peals to the .lews of America to des ignate special relief funds for the re hahiliatiou of the colonists, particular ly in view «»f the fact that the Ameri can Relief Administration is not in a position to cater to the special needs of the agricultural population. The • Weeker." a communist paper published in Witehsk. carrier an ar ticle by Merezhin. a well-known Com munist. who states that the Jewish Agricultural workingmen in Russia have accomplished more in the last year and a half than have the Jewish workingmen in Palestine during the last Id years. He states that in the neighborhood of Wit disk alone, there ure farms which employ sou Jewish laborers. The Jewish Cincinnati. C\. has been given | ossihle voting hv the American College of Surgeons in the annual report, ju-i re leased. No. 48 Severe Sentences for Jews in Jerusalem JKWISII rOH J.ATION SIUM KKI) ijv i nkxpkctkd ykkmct. (JrwlHh Tel(*ffrn|ilii<* Agfiify.) Jerusalem Tin* trial of the thro* .lows accused of participation in tiio r»«»tk lion' on Novomlior ibid, cmlol yoslonlay. Tho 00-iikml woro chnrgi*d with throwing a Ismth at tho Arab moli while tin* lot nr was uitackint: tin* .Jewish quarter. In announcing the verdict, the court declared that in its opinion the three .lews had thrown the hninh which resulted in the death of one Arab anil in the severe wounding of another. Tho court found that this was not done in self-defence. Tlu* British tribunal which tried the ease wax unmoved by the pleading of Harry Saolier of London, counsel for the de fense. Tin* verdict produced a profound shook among the excited sp«*etators. Tho climax was reached when rite sob fences were announced: Jacob .lashi. the Jewish policeman. to eleven years* hard lalair: David tJauon. an cx-sol dier of the Jewish’ Legion in I’ah*stiue. to 10 years, imprisonment, and Aaron Naknwc to r» years. 500 COMMUNISTS IN PALESTINE. r«i |• lii«- Atfi'iir.v.i Kipi StntUtics roinpilod l».v tin* nf fl«v of tin* Third Intoriuttioiinh* sit M«*s 4inv indh-ntr that there ur«* oOti com iniinists in all of I’ulostine. Tin* re port does not show to what nmionsili tins'tin* eojiitnimlsts Ik*loiik. nor to wlifif extent <-nnimunit*in has taken hold of tin* nallvo popnlntion. 77,000 REGISTERED AS JEWS IN LEMBERG. (Jewish T«‘lfgrii|ilil<* Alft‘iir.v.l I.onil*orn Tin* lnt«»st oonsiis oompil cml liy Hu* authorities show Mint out of a total population of 'Jls.tNio in Uuuliorfc. 77,«hh» niv Jews. Tin* iium- Imt of Pules is placed «t 1 H1.41M1. tin* rotouimlor lieiut; ltutlioniniis. Assuin -ii.fj tlmt ji uunilHT of .lows luul boon fonisl to ri*jcisfor as Polos, the ni’tunl imtiil.or of .lows residing at l.oinlterg Is probably in oxr«*ss of 77.<mmi. EMIGRANTS AND REFUGEES CAUTIONED TO AVOID AMERICA. (Jewlull Telex rupli it* Ajreney.l Warsaw- Tin* ••Jewish Kmigrnnt." anticipating a In rge emigration of Jewish workmen on «iccoinii of lie* acute unemployment condition. him tlons emigrants to avoid the I'nited States and Canada, and to try and .-ettlo in Sotttli Aineriea and Central America. PEOPLE'S RELIEF COMMITTEE AIDING JEWISH COLONISTS IN RUSSIA. Itii;n - Jewish colonists in I lie Kit siiin drought region have lieeii receiv ing considerable help from the Jew i -1 1 People’s Kelief eoinmittei*. This is particularly true of the ilisfrict of Mohilew where 100.000 pmls of sec! were (list ribmed. The* winter crops have l»eon plant is I with this seed. The help, it is learned. came at a very critical moment since the (Jermaii "On” has. according to the rkrnin ian Jewish People’s committee. not c« ntrllmted anything in that diroe tion. The "Viilpescom" at t’hnrkow also (listrihiitcil lIHMMMt puds of seed in the districts of Wohin Polia. .Mariampol 4. lid Kriwoirog. Owing to the great distress at that time, the (listrlhntloll was eontiuiiisl on Voin Kippitr. It is reported that while the sit uation is not so desperate, help is still m eded. Wilkesharre. Pa.. i< the (irst town to go over the top in the big 514.000.0tk) campaign of the American .lewish Ke lief committee for the relief of Jew isp sufferers in Russia and other Kuropenu countries. Wilkesharre. with a Jewish population of .‘J.oOO. set its own quota and raised sWi.OOO. or Sio per capita, in a strictly sectarian ct mpaign. CHALUZIM EARNING THEIR FARE TO PALESTINE BY WORKING AS LONGSHOREMEN. Huoluirest 120 c luilu/.im bound for Palestine. stranded nr (Jnlalz because of want of funds. have birod tlicni s< lvcs out as longshoremen of tin* port, and ’n this way hope to earn enough to proceed on thoir way to Palestine. In tin* Detroit summer high schools this year, out of a total attendance of .‘..500 there were Jewish hoys and girls, or 50 per cent, of the total af hndanee. The Jewish l>opulation of Detroit is less than 10 per cent.