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A 3ii&it a a a a a a a a mama Quot a / i cd a self skiis a a 3e� Fie most Ipoh it Book to american jewry issued in the twentieth Century 7 i i a the founder american Judaism a a a spec a Quot a a wifi a a biography h a Yin by Max b. May . Judge the court common pleas. Try a Polton county Ohio. A �?o4 in Juir quo Price $2.10, including postage. Maybe ordered from this office. Leo Wise amp c Ltd Chicago Monon bldg. Cincinnati Perin bldg mute for Sais Book wonted everywhere. Liberal Eom Losion allowed. About people Tho Ledding miss Bernice daughter Manhattan Borough new York City president and mrs. Mafia m. Marks and Robert b Stearns is announced to take place thie thursday at the Home the Bride s parents. Rev. Dr., John a. Elliott is to perform the ceremony 111 miss Regina Kail Lorain o., has recently been honoured with5 the a Point ppm Deputy clerk courts Lorain county Her appointment was made after working in the office the clerk for one year. Mise Kail is the Only a pop Girt in the state to hold such a position. Plications loyalty to the new London \. M. H. A. Joined with i the chamber Commerce in a starch. 3jl y a Phi oar Rick met with the representatives the social and philanthropic societies new Britain to explain to them the Workings the Erie social service federation. The meeting was arranged by the new Britain chamber Commerce with the intention organizing a new Britain federation. Jewish orphan Asylum Cleveland Proceedings at third quarterly meeting. My met it a yield this office to a another member. Sidney Jonas vice president and m. Frank Secretary treasurer were also re-elected.1 m. A a. A Lightman Alfred Joseph and David Lowenstern a were elected directors is a women organize for jewish is a Tkv a Congress. Judge Abram pm up Peter the new York City 0#ttrt,-��rio recently celebrated eight with birthday was one the presided electors that seated president Lincoln Quot judge Dittenhoefer Reid by Jami blushed a Book personal recollections president Lincoln with the title a How we elected it. Cohen is the Republican candidate for the office mayor Honolulu Hawaii. . Cohen is a former chicagoan having moved to Hawaii about their years ago. He is a brother Edward Cohen Chicago who made a splendid record As City collector under the last administration Carter h. Harrison. . Cohen is president the consolidated amusement company Hawaii and owns and operates Many t maters the islands with affiliations in Australia China Japan and the philippine t the engagement has been announce de rabbi Samuel. Abrams congregation Bene Israel Kalamazoo mich., a graduate the hebrew Union College june 1916, and miss Sarah r. Friedman daughter . And mrs. J. Friedman 495 Hudson Street new York City. Miss Friedman is a Young lady unusual accomplishments having her . From Hunter College and her . From Columbia University new York. She is one the Best teachers hebrew in new York and has been prominent in the menorah movement. I a rather in confection with the death sir Moses Eze Kiel in Rome was the fact that the Baltimore news announced the Day before that Ezekiel a Monument to Edgar Allen Poe had just been completed by the venerable sculptor but that it probably would not be shipped to this country until after the War. This great and important work had been commissioned by the Poe memorial association Baltimore where it will be placed either in a Park a thoroughfare. The statue described As wonderfully modelled is a seated one fur the vigor Genius. A a a v4n�m�h�i a Liberal Secretary the jewish Cefe Unity in Berlin has been killed in action the Western front. His body was conveyed to Berlin be burial. He was 43 years old. He Wras a native Posen studied philosophy a Fly a and Orient Aba at the universities Berlin and Giessen and obtained Tike degree doctor philosophy for a treatise ancient jewish history. From 1903 until 1907 he was Secretary the German Bureau the Alliance israelite universalist he received appointment As communal Secretary in 1909. He was also Secretary and librarian the Institute for the teaching Irish Scie mgl the Mohe Bofoon Liberal arts has elected As its president David Lasker Hyde Park a. . Lasker is the nest jew Ever to be chosen to such a nigh and Pon ored Post gun. He has been a member he class but one semester having come from Massachusetts agricultural College As a Transfer student feet september and since he was opposed by men who had been member the class since its Entrance in september 1915. Another jewish Young ten. Israel f. Miller a Baron pa., was elected chairman the executive committe Israel i Aaronson Chulsoo has been chosen Tor the athletic committee. This n�?~a5es# record for the jewish students where there a it five in the class 1 the third quarterly meeting the Board trustees and directors and also the trustees the Cleveland jewish orphan Asylum was held sunday april 1. In the y. M. H. A. Build Fig Louisville president Stein paid a Beautiful tribute to our late trustee and treasurer Fred Lazarus Columbus Ohio who died Friday. March 23, 191.7. Superintendent Peiser recited Kaddish for the departed. Fred Lazarus jr., was elected trustee to succeed father. It was recommended that a Branch institution be built in District no. 6, to accommodate no less than 150 children and that this be erected before Steps Are taken to build a new institution in Cleveland Ohio which recommendation is to be made a special order business at the next meeting. The nominating committee reported the following nominations president Hon. Philip Stein vice president Jacob Furth treasurer general fund Alfred a. Benesch treasurer sinking fund Fred Lazarus . Financial and recording Secretary Kate Weis superintendent Simon Peiser Matron Amelia b. Peiler. Local Board recommended that in order to bring about a closer affiliation Between the alumni association and the jewish orphan Asylum an additional stenographer be employed by the orphan Asylum to do the work which under the Laws the alumni association is performed by their Secretary and that All records the association be kept in the orphan Asylum which recommendation was accepted As ered Louis Renard St. Louis was the Board directors to succeed Benjamin Alt Heimer whose a a Noval to new Yop i a i Abraham Wiener for More than 43 years closely connected with the orphan Asylum and most that time chairman the finance committee tendered resignation As chairman the finance committee. With Many expressions regret and words appreciation for Many years faithful and Able service the resignation was accepted but membership the finance committee continued. Alfred a. Benesch was appointed to succeed . Wiener As chiarman the finance committee and Fred Lazarus ur., was ejected treasurer the sinking fund to succeed late father. If the Date the annual meeting was fixed for sunday july 8, 1917, at Cievo land. 1i�i at one clock luncheon which was attended by about three Hundred people was served to the visitors by the jewish Community Louisville in the y. M. H. A. Building. Messes. Sachs and Tachau Louisville members the Board trustees and directors the orphan Asylum. A charge thank arrangement the entertainment the Board trustees a a Dii Fefer. The a after a a s an open meeting and attended by Many our Louisville co pig in a. Address were delivered by superintendent Peiser illustrated with pictures my Joseph Selligman second vice president District grand Lodge no. 2 Henry Klauber president a federation jewish charities Louisville a a a Tucker f Furth vice president the jewish orphan Asylum and closing address by judge Philip Stein president the jewish orphan Asylum. Those present at the meeting were president Philip Stein vice president Jipp Furth sol s. Ki8erfnjjgteet and Gil Joseph sai�pbmf8 am Stearn Cleveland Herbert r. Bloch Cincinnati Milton r. Hart Chicago Silas Ichenhauser Evansville Edward Samp Feni s Ville Ernest w. Sti a St. Louis e. S. Tachau Louisville Samuel w. Trost Cincinnati aar4j Waldheim St. Louis Simon Peiser superintendent Amelia b. Peiser Marfe fete Weis Secretary. Nashville big Brothers. Tajh /u8 Stieglitz chairman he department chemistry at the to 1ver? 9 Chicago has recently men d pre3lde�t the american chemical society. In addition to Jais Honor he has also been elected it presidency 0f the scientific sir so mi6ty Lima prof up i tic a a it2�?T. Who a has been connected it exp Hersity ago since us founding Twenty five years ago a member the Coimo al chem �j7i a a. Pharmacy the american association and also a Mem a am Sion w tables constants i he Nas Given the Hitchcock lectures in science at the University califor a and a just been appointed a committee for the Cour gement a research for the Una Etsity Chicago. The a cd Curr cd. President t�l�6, a social service federa a Nve a Ltd a the Syracuse Church amp a and charities addressed the represents Tifei four Een social agencies Syracuse n. Army exp awning the principles �p8, Federated social work. the representatives in a endorsed the Federated plan themselves into a com 21 in for the in close forming a a Ciao service federation in syr a ins e. A a map a 25 rabbi a we Dree Nnapp ill meet Ian Oil City pa., hts auspices the . Presided at and addressed is mon8ter mass meeting held to the Ngwe county court House at which the ff1�, chapter the red Cross Socie organized. March 27 rabbi Rick spoke at an americanization Soj mfg a under the i auspices 1 the Jum Deill Conn. A chamber dotcom a al Ither i subject lamp i Pfeil al amp in t5e celebs Pon Qew first Nuver sary its organization the Nash vill tennj., big Brothers association the by Nai by Rith was made a great occasion at Nashville. President Leo Schwartz occupied the chair. The report president Schwartz was one the features the meeting. . Schwartz said in part a we have not been without our disappointments and keen though they May have seemed we must realize that they Are Only the results the manifestations boy nature and that Savage nature with which nature has endowed us. These manifestations i would liken to the Mariner s Compass. They give to the big brother an understanding without which he would be helpless in work. I see in this Field wonderful opportunities in the shaping human souls and developing Good citizenship while we should feel grateful for what we have accomplished we must realize that the future has in store for us unlimited work. It seems to me that the big Brothers association in giving counsel and moral support to the erring boy and unfortunate Man is fulfilling a Means truest . Schwartz paid a tribute to the work miss Suchman so Cial worker the Bertha Fenster Wald 3 social Quot center.1 who has aided the big Brothers until singly. He also thanked judge Madison Wells for the tribute paid to the big Brothers in Annua report As Well As for co operation and promptness in turning Over to the association All boys coming within its line work i miss Suchman a rendered a report also in which she told How the Young boys had been benefited by the movers ent is a it it pm p is we. F. Rosenblum superintendent the ., discussed the movement and Aleo declared that attention should be Given to the Man who is old in years but a boy in mentality. He also urged that i infer action be even Tor causes de Mifek ill Leo Schwartz was re elected president the organization by acclamation in spite expressed wish to in order that the proposed jewish Congress shall not be without woman a influence that a it it has been organized in be York City a women a organization for the american jewish Congress which it is intended to make a National organization. The hirers elected Are mrs. N. Stratil pres. Miss Henrietta Szold new York City and mrs. Julius Rosenwald Chicago vice presidents mrs. Stephen s. Wise treas. . Dora Asko with instructor to european history at Hunter College National director. The Central executive Council which is the main working body includes besides the National officers chairmen for eight congressional districts in greater new York who Are mrs. Hillel Solotaroff . Rosa w. Straus miss Rose Shomer . David de Sola Pool mrs. Samuel Mason mrs. Charles Spivack mrs. Chas. Zun ser and mrs. Robert d. Kesselman. The advisory Board includes mrs. Richard Gottheil mrs. Daniel Guggenheim miss Lillian d. Wald mrs. M. Richter miss Eva Leon miss Mary Antin mrs. Solomon Schechter miss Emilie Bullowa mrs. Mortimer men Keri. Mrs. Irving Lehman mrs. N. T. Phillips and mrs. Henry Moskowitz. Similar organizations including the most prominent jewish women in the United states Are being effected throughout the country. From the offices at 44 East 23d St., a National Campaign is being carried under the supervision miss Asko with literature is being disseminated lectures Public meetings and forums Are being arranged and a monthly bulletin will be issued. Convention Ohio zionists. The zionist societies Ohio held a convention at Youngstown the 24th add 25th March. The sessions were held in the vestry rooms Temple Emanuel. Oscar h. Altschuler was the chairman the convention committee and the greeting was by rabbi i. M. A a Ftp. There were a number prominent speakers whose addresses were enthusiastically received the principal speakers were miss Henrietta Szold chairman the Central committee the Hadassah Jacob Dehaas and . Shmarya Levin new York and rabbi s. Margolies Eleanar rabbi Margolies who is president the state association outlined plans for the state organization during the coming year. Taking an Active part in the proceedings were members the state executive committee composed Simon h. Shebs Akron mrs. M. Levine Canton e. M. Gordon and David Rossen Columbus mrs. S. Fisher Robert Glass and rabbi Jacob h. Kaplan Cincinnati a. L. Biskind mrs. S. P. Burnstein a. Cher Toff Sam Salz and . K. Svok Cleveland m. A. Margolies Dayton Moris a. Epstein Toledo and mrs. A. Kamenetsky Youngstown. There was a mass meeting sunday evening at the grand opera House a luncheon was Given to the delegates monday noon in the vestry rooms the Temple and monday evening there was a grand reception and Ball in Honor the delegates at the masonic Temple. Additional correspondence continued from a amp be 2. Was Given by . And mrs. Frank Rosenblatt in Honor miss Fannie Steiner and rabbi Louis Bernstein Washington d. . And mrs. Joseph Grinsfelder Spokane wash., and miss Clara Grinsfelder Baltimore were recent guests in this City miss Mattie . Louis Simon entertained at cards during the past week. A miss Beatrice Hahn who has been spending several weeks in Chicago i now in Indianapolis where lie will visit before returning Home. A . And mrs. Abraham Simon Are end fat mpg miss Carolyn Furth san Francisco Ruth Israel has my amp to Reading pa., after Steffe ing a month Here with her sister Mai a Grid . M. S. Cohen who Lias beef visiting her sister mrs. A. Ott Ingberg in Baltimore has returned to this . T. Haas has returned Home from a visit to her son . Alb a Haas in Richmond . Joseph Kaufman has joined wife and Little daughter in Nashville where they have been for some time the guests miss Kaufman a parents . And mrs. Joe. Miss Rose Rosen Stein who has been spending several weeks a in i this City with mrs. Julia Luchs has ret feed to her Home in new misses Gertrude and Beatrice myer Baltimore who came Over to attend 1 he Oettinger de Ford feeding were House guests miss Eleanor Selinger a mrs. Ben Rosenour has returned to her Home in Frederick md., after a visit with mrs. Abe . And mrs. Emil Levy Orange va., announce the engagement their daughter Ruth and . William g. Ilich Washington d. Rickie Gans entertained the members the Board the sisterhood after their meeting wednesday Ini vestry the eighth Street . Ben Heid has returned to Washington after spending several weeks in miss Julia a Solomons has returned Home after a visit in new York with her sister mrs. N. Taylor Philips. Mrs. Stanley Lansburgh has been the guest relatives in new . Alexander Wolf and miss Hortense Hano have returned from Atlantic . And mrs. M. Philips gave a party to the children the jewish Foster Home sunday in Honor their son Lazarus seventh birthday. . Philips a presented the children with a . S. Parkus left sunday for her Home in Baltimore after spending two weeks with her sister in Law mrs. W. M. a and mrs. H. Oettinger entertained at a family dinner sunday in Honor the 79th birthday . Oettinger. A mrs. Herbert Rich and son Herbert jr., have returned to Washington fron Baltimore where they visited . And irs. A. M. Dannen Berg net York is spending a week with mrs. Abe Liebman in Fuller social event the past week was the marriage miss Dorothy Oettinger this City and . Alla a de Ford Philadel Fec. Fefe ceremony which took place in the Bay window the drawing room brides Home was i performed by the rev.,. Abram Simon and was witnessed by the relatives and intimate friends the a Young couple followed by a dinner and dancing at Raleigh hotel miss i Eleanor i Selinger was maid Honor miss Alice de Ford Philadelphia sister the bridegroom was bridesmaid. Little Herbert Rich was ring bearer. the out town guests were . And mrs. Moise de Ford and miss Alice de Ford Philadelphia . And mrs. T. Oettinger miss Meriam 000�0fcr, . And mrs. Elmer Oettinger i Wilson n. C., . And mrs. Jacob Oettinger and miss Clara Oettinger Greensboro n. Cd m Nathie Rich new York . Allen,., the misses Allen Philadelphia . David Oettinger mrs. M. Kahn . Samuel Kahn . And mrs. Arthur Meyer mrs. Bella Loeh . Harry Loeb . Harry Loewy Baltimore. I Zanesville Krohngold and children have returned from a Long visit with mrs. Ehrlich Bessemer . I. Bayer will spend the passover Holt Feys with her Broth gee . Gross South Bend Irene Jacobs left for new York City. A miss Nanfel . Cincinnati is the guest . And mrs. master Milfrod Blattner spent a week at the Home mrs. ladies auxiliary the by Rith Abraham congregation held their monthly meeting at the Temple. The Jelly Shower a oven by them for the Bethesda Hospital netted several Basket loads. Miss Ray Goodman entertain d with for miss Ann Rich whose engagement was announced lately. Kauai Para i Montefiore Kesher Home m Cleveland He mortuary record for april 1917. Isaiah Frankel ask Alisa la., died april 1, 1897. F Isadore Frankel Detroit Mich died april 1, 1900. Maurice b. Rohrheimer Cleveland died april 1, 1907. Lily Joseph Miller Cleveland. O., died a9t�1 a % 1967. F a yep w. Sarah Goldsmith Cleveland o., died april 2,1913. Fany Wallace Cleveland o., died Anri 1914. A Minnie Einstein Cleveland o., died a re 4, -1908. Jwj Sophia Levy Gallatin Tenn., died 1908. A mrs. Kalman Strauss Cleveland o., died april 5, 1882. Sism it Bloch Cleveland. O., died april 6, 1892. I8h Felix h. Einstein Cleveland o., died april 5, 1909. A Hannah Grossman Cleveland o., died april 17, 1909. Egg Lewis Hefter Chicago hi., died april 8, 1897. Cena Loeb Kuhn Champaign 111., died april 8, 1906. Joseph w. Blum Cleveland o., died Bette Schwarz Waldorf Germany died april 8, 1858. Jug Bernhard Goldstein Cleveland o., died april 10, 1891. Louis Weisenberg Cleveland. . Died april 11, 1915. Flora a. Statter Cleveland o., died april 11, 1913. Wpm m Kaufman Hays Cleveland o., died april amp 1916. Catherine Deutsch Cleveland o., died april 15, 1914. Lena Loeb Lahrheim Cleveland o., died april 16, 1915. Caroline thesis Cleveland o., died april 17, 1914. Helena Flehman. Cleveland o., died april 18, 1914. Geo. L. Kahn Cleveland o., died �6pril 20. 1891. Essm Charles Stein Cleveland o., died .\prilft2, ims Minnie help Louisville ky., died april 22, 1912. I a Alp Falle Cleveland o., died april 23, 1897. I if Ferdina and Strauss Cleveland o., died april 23, 1904. If Yetta Halle Schwarz Cleveland o., feed Appl 24, 1913. Emanuel Loeb Cleveland o., died april 25, 1894. Frank Block St. Louis mo., died Palfe 26, 1900. Pm Isaac Lafferty fort Wayne ind., died april 27, 1891. We Henrietta Streng Wile Gallatin Tenn. Died april 2. 1913. Isaac Dryfoos Fremont o., died april 28, 1887. Charles Schaffner Cleveland o., died april 28, 1909. M acknowledgement donations National jewish Hospital for consumptive Denver Colo. Carlsbad n. Wertheim 5 if Eui Kaufman 5. F Santa Rosa n. M a a s s Moise 10. East Liverpool Ohio jewish ladies Aidt society to. F Haverstraw n. . Blank 1, Luzerne �?Max freedman�?T2.p , Hurvitz 1 h Green i f Cincinnati Adler m Blumenthal 10 Levi Bettman 25 Aaron baer.0 g bfep$il0 Moses Cohen 10 Harry Eichberg Jacob Frank 10 Emil Frank 10 Chas Frank 10 a Freiberg mrs Maurice Freiberg 10 miss Duffie work Freiberg 5 Maurice a Freiberg 50 Julius Freiberg 15 Fox 5 Edwin Guttmann 2 mrs Herbert Hoffheimer 2 mrs get Aniel a i Fehrberg 5 b Kahn 20 Sidney Lehman 6 mrs Matilda Long 10 we s Mack 5 Emil r mif Eter 15 Stador Muehlfelder 5 David Phil Ipa ofe Heijne Roll Man 10 Abe Rouda 5 m Rosenbaum 1 Sidney Rosin 5 Raab Bros 5 l c Strauss 10 m r so Dens 3 Phillip season Good 25 mrs Emma Seasongood 100 Samuel Trost 50 Horace Wildberg �0 Jesse sife Zepf hofe a nig 16����ml Stockton Soss 1. Santa Rosa Rosenberg 3. Bridgeport. Sachs �1. New Haven Conn.� Sutta 2 a Feldman 1. Fulp Waterbury Lodge no 241 1. Rome May Sulzbacher 1 Harry Loeser 1 Isaac Miller 1. Boise Falk 5. F Montpelier l Lewis 2.50. Carmi 111.�?a Schoemann 5. A St Joseph Blackman 3. Sag Harbor l. Heller 1. Chicopee Falls . Sam Wiener 2. Wll Lili Hll Charlotte Vomberg 5. Grand rapids Simon amp son 5. A a friars Point Matilda Silverblatt 5. St Louis �?Moses Schoenberg 50 Leo Levis 25. If Tipton �?-Rosalie Cohn 10. Helena mont.� Fligman 2. Niagara Falls n. Katz Cincinnati �?Jos a Magnus 100 Laura m Newburgh 25. Okmulgee h Kahn 3. Allentown �?Chas Kline 25. Grove City � win beg 5. Pittsburg �?-a c Speyer 5. Manchester Segel 1. Mine la s Sodekson 2.50. Tacoma w Levy 3. Seattle Lodge no 503 i b b 15. Madison Queen Esther Lodge 5. Portsmouth �?i Jacobson 1. Lonaconing �?Joe Weinberg 10. Cumberland �?Rosenbaum Bros 10. A a a Guj i Atlantic City n. . And mrs. J Schwab 5. to Camden n. J.�? i s Siris 1. Lambertville n. Raphael 5. New York City Sta Robiner Lodge no 675 i b a 5. Indianapolis Adler 5. Danbury cemetery 5. M s Sacramento Lubin 5. San Jose w Alexander 2 m Engelman 1 e Fox 2.50 a Hart 5 Leon Hirsch 2.50 s Jarus 1 l Jacobs 5 h Levy 5 e p Levin 3 i Marcus 2 g Rosenberg 1 l Richards 5 Steining 1 h Saber 1 Cash 1.50. Rome l Cornblum 1 Joe Eserman 1 l Esserman 1 Preseley Esserman 1 Chas Esserman 1 m Franklin 1 m Haisfield 1 Max Kutt Ner 2 Sam Kuttner 2.60 p lesser 1 h d Maring 1 David Moses 1 Safe May 5 a Pintchuck 1 m Rosenberg 1 mrs. H Smith 1 Ben Shulman 1 l Yalovitz 1 Jake few Fey 3. Asheville n. Bros 2 a bumper a Sibl no re 6 Blomberg 2.50 Jake Blomberg 2 m Diamond 1 h l Frankenstein 3 d h Fater 1 s h Friedman 1 Rev e focx#2 s Finestein 2 me Max ofe Lula 1 Huvard 2 s Lipinsky 10 m Levitt 2 Julius Lowenbein 10 Morris Meyers 2.50 s h my Halle 1 l h Poliak 2 m Roth 5 i Swarts Berg 1 m Swartsberg 1 d s Sci few Ler 1 in Shohet 1 r b Zageir 2. Charlottesville �?s Greenabaum .50 Jos Hecht 1 m Kaufman amp sons 5 n Newman 2 p b Oberdorfer 5 i Reichman 1 m Rubin amp sons 2.50 Louis Shapiro 2. 1 Bristol. Tenn.-?m f Roo Home 2 p b Aronhime 1 b Alpern 1 d Blaufeld 2 Frank 2 miss h Gump 2 a Gutmans 10f Adolph Heller 1 Sam Liebman 1 i Morse it so Mic Perry Ross .50 Nathan rows 1mrs 7 1tmrs �lpiwiifw3 n Chas Shimmerman 1 Jake Simon h Simon 2.60 h Tayz be 3. F i Johnson City Man 1 Gump Bros we Jar Rose Ler .50 Ben Jaffe 1 Tom Silver 2./� $ Knoxville Adler 1 Morris Bart in memory 1 miss Flora Bart 1 h Berry 50 h Bloom 2 Nathan Barnett 2 i Beiler 1 i Copian i g Corkland 1 i David �2 s Deitch 1 l Dryzer a pm Deitch 1 s Fayonsky a Max �?T��6�6bfel l Gerber .50 f Louis Ris Goldstein f 1 Geotge Gourse 1 t Greenstein 1 Frank heart 2 Alex Kleinberger 1 mrs a Lobenstein �5 Lippner 1 Sam Levy 1 Fesl a by 1 mrs t Leibman i a has Margolies 1 a d Rosenthal 5gl� Rabuchin 1 Abe m Rohr 2 Jacob Spiro Simps Sunshine 1 b Thorpe 1 l Tob 1 d Tob .50. My pm a Chattanooga Tenn.� m Alper i american Iron Metal co 2 a Alper a 1 Isaac Alper amp son 1 n Blumberg 1 h Blumberg 1 m Brener if d Benkovitz 1 Joe Bergheimer 1 h l Benjamin 1 l p Block 5 Sam Baron 1 s Block 1 p Block 1 Phillip Brody 1 Joe Blumberg 1 h Cohn 3 consolidated Iron amp Metal co 5 b cas8el amp co 2 Abe ditch 1 Abe Edelstein-2 sol Edelstein a g Edelstein 1 s h Frank 1 Leonard i Frank 20 m Fine 1 Morris Feld fiend Mettr up up Riis Friedman 2.50 a Goldstein 1 a Geismar 3 i Goldstein 1 a Goldberg 1 Goodman hide amp in put co 5 Gottshalk amp co 2.50 Sam Gold Insl Sam Ginsburg 2 Horwitz amp Hodes 3 a h Harris 1paul Man 5 e Jacobs 3 s a Jacobs 1 h Koblentz 1 i to Pelousky 1 m Kanter .50 s Klaus 3 i s Krels Man 1 l Worshofsky 1 is Levine p. 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Rose Abeles 5 Lewis Adler 5 l Isaac Adler 10 Isaac Beir 5 Albert Beir 5 Fefe Benjamin 5l Block co 10 Blumenstiel 5 Sam Blumenstiel 5 m Cauffman 2 Diamond 1 Harry Frankenstein 2 mrs Stella Friedman 3 Lester m Garson 5 r Fejgl Felip 2 Gold amp Ter i Bros 12 and mrs Sidney Goldsmith 5 Leo Gold Mith 5 Milton Goodman 2 Geo c Guggenheim 5 l Griesheimer 25 Hersh Berg amp co 10 Jesse Horwitz 5 a f Horwitz 5 i Jackson 3 a Katz 20 n Kurzburg 5 Leon Kleinberger 5 Marcus Kochenthal 5 Lou fas Lazarus 3 Eugene h letter 10julius Lempert 5 h Levin 2 Levy Bros clo. 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