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Denver Jewish News Vol. VIII. Nahum Sokolow and Dr. Alexander Gold stein Prominent Denver Visitors Will Speak At the City Auditorium, Feb. 9, in the Interest of the Keren Hayesod (Palestine Foundation Fund) Tlx* group of eminent foreign vis- I tors headed by Nahum Sokolow. who nn* touring tho country in tlx* Inter ests of tho Keren Ilayesod. is rocolv-| ing the most cordial reception in the various cities. This is especially the caw where Mr. Sokolow is the guest of honor. During his visit in Boston an of ficial luncheon was tendered him by (Jovernor (’ox; on behalf of the t’otu mouwcalth of Massachusetts. Pittsburgh also tendered a very un usual tribute to this brilliant Jew. Mayor Magcr personally invited Pitts l*r. Sokolow bnrßprs to flu* banquet lit which lie wiih host, as wcH a** toastmaster. The Sokolow tour Is a series of hon ors hoth to the man. ami tlir cause ho Is sponsoring. Nahum Sokolow, a. .low without titles, ensigns or letters. is neverthe loss at present the most recognized ami one of tin* most popular mums among nll classes of Jewry in all tin* world. Ills name inchoates forty years of literary, pul lie- and national work in the fullest moaning of the word. Il e has reached the highest, state of Jewish leadership. It is difficult to point to any statesman or national lender of any of the modern civilized countries whet would. Ilia* Sokolow, combine in himself• the most eminent traits and qualities of Ids pcstple. He is the living embodiment of tin* Jew ish manifold genius. lie is a modern political thinker. He is well versed in both political life and literature' unci knows political jugglery. Sokolow i familiar with and comprehends the individual psychology of every states man of significance in Europe' and Asia. Sokolow is familiar with 5,11 epochs of our history. Commanding BURNING AT THE STAKE PROPOSED AS SOLUTION OF JEWISH PROBLEM. (Jewish Telegraphic Agency.) Budapest. A rabid anti-.Iewish speech. the like of whirl) lms not hern drlivrrrd within thr memory of any Hungarian Deputy, was made on the floor of the Parliament yesterday, when Deputy Ilegcdues frankly proposed burning .lews at the stake as a solution of the Jewish problem. The Deputy cited the precedent of Tyrnnu where a few centuries ago the Jews were burned by their Magyar forefathers. Liberalism in dealing with the Jews only prepares the wuy for pogroms | against Christians. Deputy Hegeduos j MORNING INVOCATION At morn I ask Thee, lend Thy shelt’ring aid! My hopes and fears before Thy Throne are laid, Like one abashed I stand, prostrate before Thy might, My new-awakened heart hides nothing from Thy sight! My heart, my tongue, too, fails To utter what avails! My skill, my strength, are naught! But Thou, of grace, dost take The prayers which mortals make, The prayers Thy love has taught. So shall my voice ascend, Until my life shall end; The while, within my body’s shrine, Dwelleth my soul, Thy gift divine! —Solomon Ibn Gabirol. , practically nil European languages anti I « wing to 1:1s coast amt Journey k to countries in all parts of tin* glolw\ I Sokoloxv lam heen in a position to oh ! serve and to study from its original | sources modern Jewish life in all its form and expressions as crystallized under the influence of various polit leal, social and economic condition* and environment*. Among tin* Unhid* and students of tin* Talmudic lore he is a Talmudist. Ualfour, I’ichouk. Millerand and tlu* l*ope have admitted in Sokolow not only tlu* endowed poli tician hut tin* great intellectual Jew. Ilr. Goldstein He has nwt tin* greatest writers, thinkers and artists of our generation. No matter how serious. Ills public speeches never lack tints of healthy humor As a scholar, fi tern tour and teacher h<> is a born Jewish leader. Traveliiik with Mr. Kokolow Is Dr. Alexander CJohlsteln who is a native of Russia, born in Minsk in ISSB a lawyer by profession, a graduate of th t » I'etrograd University in 1900. While yet a student, he engaged in literary activities and contributed to a number of Jewish magazines. lie is the author of several books dealing with Jewish life. He has met with •;ren» success as a, speaker ami a propagandist. Possessed of a high de gree or organization ability, he was placed in charge of the organization work In Russia in 1917. After the Keren Hayesod was initiated, I»r. t'.oldstein was entrusted with the eon. duct of the propaganda department, at London. loiter he was sent on a tour throughout Knglnnd, Bulgaria and Ar gentine. His speeches ami his organi zation work in the latter two countries lay th(> ground work for a successful Keren I.layesod activity. said. nn<l il' the* Hungarian people are [to defend themselves against violence* I by .lews, they must turn to nnti-Kem i it ism. It is remarkable that the Deputy was | allowed to finish bis violent attack, the I admonishing of the speaker who inter rupted him repeatedly with the warn ing not to slander the Jewish people, notwithstanding. The old Ryan mansion at f»32 River dale avenue, just north of the New York city line, in Yonkers, has been bought by the Jewish Home for Friendless Children. It will be alter ed to provide accommodations for ! about 100 children and will he con 1 ducted on non-sectarian lines. Raise $250,000 for Keren Hayesod IZNTIIt’SIASTIC WELCOME AC CORDED VISITORS. LA ROE SI MS RAISED. Now York (.1. iß.). —The Zionist | Delegation lias just e*oniple*tcel ilio most I sue-e-e*ssful wook of tho tour. Not only , luivo tho.v arouscel onthuslasm for the* Fund in ovor.v oity nnd stimulated tin* permanent organization of Koron Ilnye j sod work on an intonsivo s<*«lo. hut ' i hnvo su«-eoo<l(Ml in raising tho sum of a J I quarter million dollars. At Philadelphia. SIOO,OOO was raised. , Tho most intluontial h*adors of tho Jow . ish oommunitios co-opera tod iu making , the* visit to Philaele-lphin a success. At Buffalo excellent arrangements I were made to receive and entertain tin* distinguished Zionist guests. They were received tit tho City Hall and Municipal and State* dignitaries, and the freedom <»f the* city was conferred I upon tlieiu. At the subsequent hanquot and mass me*oting. $27,000 was raise*el i of wldc-h $7,000 was iu e-ash i Mr. .lahotinsky. Col. Pat terson anel lProf. Wnrhurg raiseel $22,000 in St. Lends of which $7,000 was iu e-ash. j This sce-tiem of the* Delegation then pre>ce>t*eh*el to Omaha, where they wore | presemteel with a e-heck of $.".000 iu ael elitiem to the* large* sum raiseel iu ple*dge*s. The* full report now ree-eiveel from ; Minneapolis anel St. Paul shows that he* sum of $."1,000 has already l*e*e*n aise*el in the* Twin Cities. The local J ‘ommittee however, is h.v net means sat istie*el anel is e-ontinuiug the* work in- | tensively. One etf the* most cne*ouraging events | etf the* week was that some etf the* little* i hamlets anel e*onimunities etf 10 te> 20 1 fa!uilie*s have he*guu tei e-ate-h the* spirit of entliusiasin which the* Delegation is arousing-in its visits te» the* larger e-en ’ ters. Iu New Philaelelpliia. Ohio, for instaiie-e. a meeting was e-allcnl anil ael ’! elre*sse*<l hy Itahhi Simon Vinagroel of j Canton. Ohio, anel SIO,OOO was raiseel. I Ne*w Philaelelplda has about 2.7 Jewish families. ! Pex-ahontas Heights, a community etf ! 12 families, of the* Blue Ridge Moun- j tains, e-alh-el a ine*e*tiug which was ael- 1 elressed hy their Hebrew teae-her. a ; 1 Palestinian name'll Magrili. and an aP- | pre*e-lahle* sum iu e-ash was raises! by the* Ke*re*n Ilayesesl. HARDING RECEIVES SOKOLOW. I/(‘idler of World Zionist Organization Describes C onditions in Palestine. The following .1. <\ It. despatch ap ! poured in the “Now York Tlihoh” of jSnttirday. January 14th: Washington. Jan. l.'itji—(.l. T. A.— Nahum Sokolow. President of the Rx jecutlve ('oinniittoo of the World Zionist j Organization, now visiting the Pulled i States as tin* head of a European dele- I gat ion of Zionist h‘adors. was today re ceived hy President Harding at tlio White House. The conference lasted over half an hour. Mr. Sokolow is understood to have reported to the President on the con dition of Jews, particularly in Eastern Europe, and on the work undertaken hy the Zionist Organization in Palestine for the resettlement of that country. He also spoke of tlie political situation in relation to tin* continuation of the Palestine Mandate and told of the work of the Zionist Delegation. Mr. Sokolow was accompanied hy his daughter and personal physician. Dr. ("etina Sokolow. EINSTEIN INVITED TO JOIN EXPEDITION TESTING HIS THEORY. (Jewish Telegraphic Agency.) Merlin. January l!)th—Prof. Albert Einstein, author of the theory of Rela tivity. lias been invited to join the Holland Expedition proceeding to the Indian (bran for tin* purpose of test ing the soundness of the Professor's theory. Ait ho he lias not as yet de i elded whether he will accept the in ■' citation, it is known that Einstein is interested in this expedition and will follow its activities and findings with close attention. Simultaneously, a number of ex peditions are leaving for various parts ! of the globe with a view to observing at certain angles, the eclipse of the sun during which, scientists say. the lielntivlty Theory can best l»e tested. The next eclipse is accordingly looked to with considerable suspense by Her man scientists. 11l weeds grow apace; neglect Is | their gardener.—Talmud. Wednesday, January 25, 1922 Moses and Jesus Mot bought on two .lows mooting 1 «1 i«l chance— Ono old. stern-eyed. doop-hrowod ; yot go rla ndod Willi living liglii of lovo around. Ids bond : Tlio oilier young, with sweet. sornpliio glnnoo. Hound thorn wont on tho Town's Sa tanic (lanoo. Hunger u-piping while at heart he Ided. Salem Aleiken mournfully each said. Nor oye<l the other straight, hut look, ed askance. Sudden from Church 0114rolled an or-: gan hymn. From Synagog a loudly chanted air. Each with Its prophet's high acclaim instinct. Then for the first time met their eyes swift-linked In ono strange, silent, piteous gaze, and dim Will hitter tears of agonized despair. Israel Zangwill. RABBI FRANKLIN ASKS APOLOGY OF FORD. Iloforrliift to Henry Ford's state ment that l»e "ill diseontinue Ills ar ticles on the .Tews and inviting them to assist him in establishing a new monetary system Unhid l.eo M. Frank lin of Detroit in an interview pub lished in the "Times” of that city says: ”1 liclteve it is an error to say that the present financial system wnt founded by the Jews. "If there is to 1h» a change in tlif financial system of the world. I dr iwft thin!; that Jews more than other* should l»e consulted. “However, the Jews can have .no confidence in any plan of Mr. Ford or any advances lie may make to then* until lie either proves his charges which in** has not done, nr frankly nc knowledges thaf practically every oni of the articles he printed and all hr said in his attacks on the Jews werr without foundation and that there if no international Jewish conspiracy. “If he wishes to gain the eonlhh ‘»y ; of the world. Jew and non-Jew, li > should frankly state that he knowf ; now that what he printed was false that the so-called Protocols of the E! ders of Zion, upon which his attack* were’ based, were, as we have alway* maintained, and as the world knows •ire forgeries. "Few thinking men have given any credence to the charges of Ford against the Jews. Put his publication* have besmirched the name of the Jew in the minds of the great majority and especially in small towns of the country where Ford’s word was taken as gospel. Tie also fed the flames of anti-Semitism throughout the world. "All men. Jew or flentile. would be glad to know that Ford has had the courage to admit he has boon wrong in ids attacks, and if lie will frankly admit his error no one will lie more willing to forgive him ids error than the Jews.” JEWISH EX-SERVICE MEN MAY BE USED FOR PALESTINIAN DENDARMERIE. (J. C. It. Service) Ixmdon—The Hrltisli Colonial office announces that Churchill, in consulta tion with the Palestinian fJovormneiit hns decided m raise a force of about 700 British soldiers to hi* added to the existing Police force iu Palestine. Itecruit ing from units disbanded dur ing the current year will shortly com mence: and it is expected, that nuiu- I its of Jewish ex-service men will he enlisted. A previous report stated that the British Government intended to em ploy 700 members of the Blnck-nnd- Tnus for polishing Palestine. MOST COUNTRIES HAVE EXCEEDED IMMIGRATION QUOTAS. NVw York (.1. Ik)—Tin- number of immigrants admissible to this country to the* ond of the fiscal year. June 30. U)22, and also those admissible for the month or January, were given out at Kills Island. The following countries have exceed ed their quotas for immigrants admis sible during the remainder of the fiscal year:: Australia. Africa. Atlantic Islands. Bulgaria. Greece. Hungary. Jugoslavia. Other Asia, Other Europe, | Palestine. Poland. Portugal. New Zea land. Spain. Syria, and Turkey and j Smyrna district. Great Britain has 50,300 to come; 'Germany, 57.700. and Russia, 18.240. Raise $6,000,000 for Jewish Relief 600 DELEGATES OF ZONE 2 PLEDGED TO It.USE QI'OTA. New York t.L T. A. \. — Yost onlay's | meeting <»r tin* «MH» delegates Irftin New 'York Stale*. Rhode Island. Connecticut and Northern Now Jorsoy. whloh wjis hold at tho Hotol Astor to plan their I work in furtherance of tho Sl-I.tMMMMio nation-wide* nppe*al of tho American | Jewish Relief Committee. hoard stories ’ of horror and suffering auiontc tho .'too.- (Mkt .Towish war and pogrom orphans 'Had 400.000 .lowish refugees of Eastorn and Central EnrojK*. James 11. Becker. | former European dim*lor of tho Joint I Distribution Committee. in addressing the meeting, descrilied what ho railed a typical pogrom in the town of Kitui gorod. la every community in south ern Russia. Mr. B«*okor said, there had horn anyywhore from (5 to -2 massacres. There wore areas as large as the state of New Jersey with hut one dn«-tor. Mr. Hooker stilted : from to fW)Q.OOO |M*rsons do|H*mlod on one hospital- The observations of Mr. Becker wen* sup ported by other speakers, including Mrs. Alexander Kohut. of tin* National Council of Jewish Women, who s]toko of conditions in Hungary and Foland. Other s|H*akers were Louis Marshall. Julius Itosenwahl of Chicago. Felix M. Warburg. Mortimer SchifV. Adolph Lowisohu. Ilorhort 11. Lehman. Hr. David Do Sola I’<h>l. Hr. Nathan Krass. 'oolnel 11. A. (iiUnzlmrg, Jacob Hilli .opf. Arthur Lehman. and David A. Irown. National Chairman of the Interim n Jewish Relief Committee’* Vppeal. Tho People’s Relief Committee and he Central Jewish Relief Commit toe •o-opeml»*d with the American Jewish lelief Commit Its* in the conference- Mr. Marshall, in his address, nt ackixl tin* Immigration policy Iteing •ursued in this country, ‘Tnfortunate y a harsh policy has been adopted.” le said, “a policy that is intended to irevent altogether immigration from thread. In its operation it lias been •ruel beyond description, hut whatever ho law is we are bound to oliey it. Vud so loug as tlie law Is as it is there mist be no assisted immigration ami herefore, these ]H*ople who are dying mist be kept alive for us, must ho math* -elf-supporting." Secretary Hoover seat a telegram to tnvid A. lirown. National Chairman, ayitig that latest reports indicated the nost urgent need, esjieeially for clot li ng and im*dicnl supplies. The quota of Zone 2 is 1.000. of which Jfo.ooo.otto is to Is* raised by New fork City during the campaign begui ling February ISMIi and ending March Ith. The delegates adopted a resolu ion pledging themselvea to raise the quota. GREENBAUM REFUTES CHARGES AGAINST JEWISH EMIGRANT ORGANIZATION. (Jewish Telegruplilc Agvucj) Warsaw—l>eputy Isaac* (Jrccnbauni, in a statement to the Jewish Tele graphic Agency, emphatically denies ’the allegations made by the "Jewish Immigrant” accusing the Jewish euiigra lion organisation of diverting the cur rents of Jewish emigration towards French ports, and deriving personal profit from their transactions. The "Jewish Kimgrant,” he asserts, is a IMihlieatiou of no significance, tracked by no institution. The Warsaw Kmigra tion committee, lie adds, maintains ah. solutely no connections with tlie ship ping companies outside those involv ed in curing for the interests of the emigrants entrusted to its care. The object of the Jewish Kuiigrnut in issuing is sensational accusations at tliis linu* seems to lie to discredit the World Conference of immigration organizations to tie held ill l'aris on tlie sixteenth of tiiis month. JEWISH AND CHRISTIAN WORKINGMEN UNITE IN POLAND. (Jewish Telegraphic Agency) Warsaw—A dispatch from anti- Semitic Poland furnishes a striking illustration of the fact that the bonds that unite labors in its struggle arc becoming stronger than any antagon isms of race or creed. It announces that Christian labor organizations are uniting with associations of .Tows in order to earrv on their common fight against tin* wage reduction that the manufacturers are attempting to force upon them. To slander is to commit, murder. — Talmud. DR. HYAMSON OF NEW YORK GIVES JEWISH LAW ON WINE Bible anil Talmtiii, lie Says, Nut Op posed to Its I'se in Moderation. Now York The low. Moses llynm sori of lids eity has ri'cently hml print id and distributed among the rabbis aml mi inbors of .lewisli rongregntlohs throughout the eountr.v a four-page leaflet, giving "The Jewish Coneept of Wine and Its I'se." The leaflet has partietilar signlllennee at this time in tew of tile discussion of the use of unfertnented wines in religious serv- I>r. IlyaniKon has met with some of the committees at work on a : plan to guard against the abuses that ! have crept into the handling of sac* i ramental wines. In tlie summary of his treatise on j the subject. Hr. Hyamson says: "The lUble and the Talmud are not ; opposed to the use of wine in lnodem-( lion. They are opposed to intemper-; mice. They recommend abstinence fori tin* sake of example. "Wine should l>e used for Kidduch. j HalMlaJlah. marriage ceremonies, and I the first nights of Passover. Hut it j need not he intoxicating, and. for | Passover, mend may la* used if wine Is not procurable. On Purlin ami for (•race after meals its use was eustom nry. Tlie Qimntity of wine to l*e used each time is a fourth of a. log. equal to the volume of mi egg and a half. ITALIAN JEWS TO ADOPT POGROM ORPHANS. (Jewish Telegrnphle Agency) London —The Association of If til ion •lews Ims In for mot I tho Hnhhinicnl au thorities of Warsaw, that: it is ready lo do its share toward aiding Polish Pogrom victims, and to adopt its quota of pogrom orphans. At a recent meet ing of the heads of Italian Jewish communities the Jewish population of Italy was charged with shirking their I'osponsihilities toward their stricken eorrellgionists in Poland. FREEDOM OF THE PRESS ESTABLISHED IN RUSSIA. Revival of .Irwhh I'rens Anticipated. (JcwlMb Telegraphic Agency) Moscow—The Soviet Covernment has confirmed the Introduction of free dom of the press for nil political groups in Russia. The All-Russian Council of Commissars reserves the right of <*ci)sorship in nit cases in which It shall consider such action necessary for safeguarding tin* inter ests of the Workers’ Republic. It is anticipated that a revival of the non-Commiinist Jewish Press will follow swiftly upon the fiovernment’s newly initiated policy. TYPHUS RAGING AMONG JEWISH RE-EMIGRANTS. (Jewlab Telegraphic Agency) Wnrxaw —A typhus opidcuiic hns at tacked Russian re-emigrants in Pol and among whom tin* disouse wns nl reudy rampant. Tin* sit tuft ion is lip pulling: scores of tin* stricken wander ers. nre dying by tin* way. and now. bringing flip horror to its height, the whole personnel of tin* hospital train sent by the Polish authorities to rare for the sick re-emigrant.* has snc cmnbed to the disease. The Bara.no witeh hospital is filled to overtlowing. and numbers of tlie sufferers have had to be left lying in the stations. The Polish authorities nre taking energetic .measures to prevent the epidemic from spreading into the interior. ABANDONMENT OF IMMIGRATION QUOTA APPEARS INCREASINGLY IMPROBABLE (J. C. B. Service.) Washington—lf is learned that tin* Immigration commit too. which yester day held its second executive session since the Christmus recess, lias now under consideration the question of the form of the new legislation to he enacted. The probability that the quota sys tem will he abandoned is t>ecoining in creasingly remote, as also is the sub stitution of a bill extending the priv ilege of entry to relutivcs of citizens of the I'nited States. The supporters of immigration are now concentrating their efforts upon securing the passage of amendments to the existing Immigration Lhw. cal culated to soften the harshest of its provisions. It appears certain, that legislative notion on the immigration measure will first he taken in the House, since the Senate Commission has not yet met. though it. may soon assemble. No. 4 Balfour Reaffirms Faith in Jewish Palestine AI’TIIOK OK KA.MOIS ZIONIST OKCI-AKATION KMEIVES ZION IST OKIJCOATION AT IIKITISII EMBASSY IN WASHINGTON. \ViiKhlnj!liiii. -I ii min ry 1- Arthur , | James Balfour, head of lho British i 1 telegation to the Conference on tho I.imitation of Armaments, ilodarod nt ['the roooption to the Zionist Orgunizn ! lion of Amorim, tomlorod at tiio British I Kmlmssy. Unit liis lielief in tin* success 1 iof tho Zionist ideal was undiminished, ami that tho sentiments in favor of a Jewish Palestine were now the same as in November. P.U7. when ho pro : nounccd his now famous Dcclnration. I pledging the s«pi>ort of the British Gov ernment to tlie upbuilding of tho Jew ish National Homeland in Palestine ”l stand now whore I stood then,** 'exclaimed Mr. Pal four. In refenlng to his original promise of the British (Jov erument to facilitate the establishment I of the Jewish Nutionai Home. This last remark was greeted by the j thunderous applause of the assembled. , who rose and remuined standing for several minutes, interrupting Mr. Bal i four's closing remarks, j The reception was attended by over sixty representatives, Zionists from all parts of the country, who cutne to pay tribute to the British diplomat, who | was the first to proclaim the principle of the recreation of the Jewish Pale stine. Nathan Straus, the New York phi lanthropist. attended the reception ns the Honorary Chairman of tlie teni|»o rary organization of tho American Jew ish Congress. The address in isdialf of tho Ameri can Zionists was made by Mr. Morris Kothcnbcrg of New York, who conveyed to Mr. Balfour the sentiments of Amer ican Jews in their determination to mnko every effort for the actual up building of the Homeland in Palestine, which was rendered |»ossible politically by Mr- Balfour’s Declaration. PROF. GOTTHEIL PLEADS FOR PALESTINE AT ZETA BETA TAU DINNER. Trophic* Awarded College* for Splendid Activities. New York f.I. C. It.).—The Columbia nnd New York Cniversity chapters of Za ta lie til Tan fraternity each won one of the trophy cups presented hy the national organization for campus activ ity at tlie twenty-third animal dinner held at the Hotel Astor. About .‘inn inemliers of the fraternity, represent Ini; .‘KI colleges throughout the Pulled States and t'linadii. attended. The Marshal! Trophy, awarded hy I.ouis Marshall to the chapter most ac tive on tin* campus of their university, was won by MiCill I'nlversity of Can ada- Columbia won the Solid cup. awarded for scholastic standing, and the Frauenthnl cup for athletic activ ity was won by New York I'niverslfy chapter. Julius Kahii spoke on the growth of the organization and Its work in Jew ish circles from the time of its organi zation. and urged the men to continue tin* good work. Prof. Richard (iottheil of Columbia, described conditions in Palestine, and made a plea to the fra ternity men to aid the work of rebuild ing Palestine and aiding the Jews of other lands. S. Herbert Wolfe. Harold Reigeltnnn and Brigadier flenernl S. Bernard Wolfe. P. S. A., were among tin* other speakers. JEWISH RELIEF FUND TO CLOTHE THOUSANDS. New York (J. T. A.).- -The Amorimu Jewish Holiof Committee sent out ti special mil for routriluitlons to the 1 $14,000,000 fuinl which the Jews of this country have ln»en asked to contribute for tin* Jews abroad- Refugees continue to pom* into Poland from southern Russia,' and the problem of keeping them alive grows more seri ous. About 10.000 of them are now be ing maintained in camps and tempo rary shelters by the relief committee, and thousands more are arriving who have no hope except that of charity to tide them through the winter. The 1 committee needs 100.000 suits for men 4 and the same number of outfits for women and children, but desires money '; to buy them rather than uctuai ♦•loth ling, as it is costly and difficult to ship ‘! clothing abroad. . The wealth of a man is the number t of things he loves ami blesses, which I he is loved and blessed by.—Carlyle.