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The American Israelite (Newspaper) - July 8, 1920, Cincinnati, OhioF ii it t the i insist a Ltd we to have been ipe sed july 5 in London Haj keen postponed until july 7 Oum to the difficulty experienced by the delegates from Poland Lithuania and White Bissia in leaving their respective districts. M the Swiss parliament recently red a Law forbidding the Slaughter of animals according to jewish traditional Law. The measure is one of the few recently introduced in the parliament by Tbs anti semites in Ord to discomfort the Many newly arrive if in Rigi ant jews and Force them through Reli a and political discrimination to leave the country. Cago a count Ismel which la a congregation of Young men and women with services along a bristly traditional lines and Ltd full decorum and congregational singing. That Toung Israel i along to Beju Neaf the Yonne Israel Cen. Yor Gregat ions so Well established in new re and enjoying the Active Patron of men such As professor Israel hand. Or. Judah Manes. A in v \ few men better deserved the Post Mous honors that were paid them than did major general William a. Gorgas former surgeon general of the United states army who died in la Doh on july 4. The funeral will be conducted on Friday next in St. Paupe Cathedral the most prominent religious Structure in London aside from Westminster Abbey. At the funeral there will be in attendance represent elves of King George and the Royal family and of the British and american armies and navies and a delegation of the Royal society of Medicine. For the first time on the american stage the jew has been portrayed As he realty is in life a being of deep san apathy of Afore than Ordinary in Teh Glence and gluing to he a Good cite sen of any country he adopts As a Home if he is it my allowed to exercise his rights As a Cit Smi. In his impersonation of Isidore Solomon the jew who overcomes persecution by his integrity and Good nature or. Sidney �?�8 Skovra Heine ref to be an artist of tie highest Type. He has infused a soul into the character that makes it a living breathing personage that one feels is real and not the Impei donation of a player obstacles to the restoration of Palestine. The Success of George Sidney in the role of Isidore Solomon the delightful Central character in a Welcome stranger Aaron Hoffman a comedy now being played at Cohan a grand opera House has naturally ennui aroused much curiosity about the actors personality. The family name of or. Sidney is Gruenfeld. He made Bis first Success on the stage under the name of Sidney and or commercial reasons has kept the name Ever Flunce. His parents were orthodox jews residents of a Small town in Hungary called Nuj Mihal near the serbian Border Quot where. The actor also was born. To wove a glowing the reports which have come omit from the zoo Neidic bureaus at Otto the of restoring Palestine so that the wilderness shall Blossom As the Rose and Trio land once More flow with milk and Honey and however High the Hopes of intending immigrants have thus been raised these optimistic views have not been shaded by the zionist Leader or. Weltsman. True he has been discredited As a Leader by epigrammatic Zang will and denounced by the two jewish papers of London who want Palestine to be 0 jewish As England is English. But his hold on the Zion Stic masses has not been shaken for he so sugar Coats the Pill of disappointing reports that he is cheered to the Echo at English mass meetings. To keeps his hearers from the Depths of despair by sending among them rays of Hope for a pleasanter though Distant future. He does not appear to share the views of those who expect the Brit i Joe quickly Quot improve the Laud by irrigation and reforestation by raising the sea of Galilee and building dams along the River Jordan and planting Trees every Hrh Ere. He thinks restoration will be a slow process. Even the colonies though prosperous Are not an economic Success. We suppose he Means that they Are not self supporting. But the greatest difficulty he finds to be wit ii labor. The jews can not compete with cheap arabian labor which lives on Little and does not have the wants that civilization and culture bring. If factories Are to be Stahl Saied it will be necessary for the jews in order to compete with such labor to utilize the most modern appliances and methods. Nevertheless there May soon be the map ability of caring for 30,000 immigrants. Bulb hundreds of thousands of immigrants reported to he clamouring for admission a Emanuel. Began to mesday morning clearance Sale placard in Jim floor clearance Sale items All items will be designated by no clearance merchandise. No orders can be taken must come july clearance Sale of / coloured Wash fabrics july clearance Sale of All All Over our House department and continues throughout july in addition during july special sales will be held whenever desirable merchandise can be Pught to sell at reduced Fri it will everyone to visit our store daily during july. Abo read All the Moring ill Ciren Iii announcements of desirable merchandise at reduced prices or you May miss theve by Artic be advertised but will be designated by a clearance Sale placards placards As shown above. Many Spinall lots will exchanged Back. Person none dealers july clearance Sale Ilet there be Union among tin Cruz Lewit. A mar t said governor Gooledge of Massachusetts at a meeting of Amherst alumni in Boston and one of the most important things is Faith in Mankind the Faith that trusts men when you Call upon the for great deeds and ask them to perform heroic duties a not in an Appeal to their ignorance and prejudice but in an Appeal to everything High add Nome and True in them for if that be not the Case then the great struggle through which we have passed has been fought in vain and we May just As Ziril return to the russian Standard and understand that we must live not by truth. Justice and reason but by Force and the a the jewish physicians of Baltimore have organized themselves into an association for the promotion of the medical department of the University of Jerusalem. At the preliminary meeting or. Louis p. Hai Torger was elected president of the association. The association already has an enrolment of Twenty five physicians and Hopes to include every jewish medical Man in this City. A fund of $800 has been subscribed for by the members for the Purchase of medical books for the use of the medical school of the hebrew University. Contrib tons for this Pur Posks to anyone interested in promoting medical education in Palestine will be gratefully received. Among the physicians who Are actively seeking to enrol ail of the jewish physicians of Baltimore As members of the association Are or. Samuel Wolman and or. Edgar r. Friedenwald. Samuel in Palestine. British High commission of gets great reception at Jaffa. Jaffa july 2 jewish telegraphic Agency a sir Herbert Samuel the Jim British High Cimms Sloney Fop i blvd., Chicago formerly of Louis to a a betrothal Cahn Augusta or. And mrs. Lee August 10815 Drexel Road Cleveland Ohio announce the engagement of their daughter Betty to Ralph Ney Cahn of Youngstown Ohio. Deutsch Biumi mrs. K. Blum of 5415 University Avenue Chicago an a Nonnce the engagement of her daughter Mollie to Harold i. Deutsch son of or. Henry Deutsch of grand rapids Mich. Lapides Zetlin or. And mrs. Albert Zetlin 3444 Park Heights Avenue announce the engagement of their daughter Freda to Benjamin Lapides ail of balt Ingbre my. Lipman Strauss or. And mrs. Theodore Strauss 9310 ple Pont Avenue Cleveland announce the engagement of their daughter Doris to William b. Lipman of Akron Ohio. . And mls. Fritz Neuman of 235 East 86th Street. New York City announce the engagement of their daughter Madeline to Irving Frederick Reichert of Atlanta a. At Home sunday july 11th, 3 to 6 p. M. A Ros Enfrid Bennett or. And mrs. Adolph Bequett of 49 St. Nicholas Terrace new York City announce the engagement of their daughter Nathalie to Nat. Clifford Rosenfeld of Duguesne a . Alfred m. Cohen announces the engagement of Bis daughter Hannah to Sylvan z. Rothschild All of Cincinnati Ohio. 8teinau-glaserv_xhe engagement is announced of miss Helen Glaser daughter of or. And mrs. I. Glaser of san ranch so to Edgar a. Selnau of Portland Oregon son of mrs. Jennie and the late or. Abe Steinau of Cincinnati Ohio. A Steiner limn bergs Simons Steiner or. And j. Steiner of Chicago 111., announce the engagements of their son and daughter j. Howard Steiner to Esther Eisei Iberg daughter of or. And mrs. Philip i Enberg 3214 Polk Street Chicago and Esther s. Steiner to myer Simons son of or. And mrs. A. D. Simons 2437 North Kedzie imported embroidered voile $3.75 Yard reduced from $7.50 .00 Yard reduced from $4.50 and $5.00 White grounds with neat coloured embroidered effects. Upholstery and decorative materials every item Fin our immense stocks of tap Trees curtains a pcs Cre tonnes velvets damask lamps and lamp shades trimmings ac., at 1-5 off Cir already Low prices. The Folio Wing lie is Only Are excepted Vudor it Orch shades awnings window shades and All hammocks and accessories our entire stocks at 1-5 off our regular prices. All Linen table cloths damask a towels it reads and suiting \ v a All Linen coloured suiting $ 1 -47 Yard reduced from s2.00 All Linen bleached a a double damask table Linen this Means All regular 50c items reduced All regular $ 1.00 36. In thes wide Cru Shable. In $4. Y Quot reduce 98 Yard 40c 80c All regular $ 1.50 items reduce to $ 1.20 All regular $ 2.00 items reduced to $ 1.60 All regular $ 3.00 items reduced to $ 2.40 All regular $ 5.00 items reduced to $ 4.00 All regular $10.00 items reduced to $ 8.00 a regular $20.00 items reduced to $16.00 All Secrular $50.00 items reduced to $40.00 scalloped and hemmed bed reads 98 i each reduced from $7.50 and $8.50 sizes 8x90 and 90x100 Inch amp used from $6.00 24 Yards wide. Three Good patterns. In fancy coloured Border Bath towels of 89? each a reduced from $1�o5 and $1.50 these Are Mill samples. I. A i. A in Yyi printed Satin Stripe voiles Fine printed voiles no change m prices will be made for making or hang it ing. These allowances apply to merchandise Only these allowances will continue during july us to withdrawal at any time. Buy Early West july. John s. Brown amp sons Fine double damask cloths a a a 1 a i come while assortments Are Good. A a a s $1.39 not a no sent approval Learance it reduced from $2.00 wonderful collection and Coloridge. Of patterns taken Back or exchanged Sale prices. Allowances will be deducted at time of Purchase. A the place of ideas. A Shilliton so fourth floor. $10.00 $12.50 $15,00 $20.00 cloths. Sizes 3, them hand loom a a a a a a a a a a a bos "8 a a a red from $20.00 reduced from $25.00 reduced Frau $30.00 reduced fran $40.00 a it m a he sy2 and 4 Yards Long. Many 4 y of 97 in no. Ibis lot n.-. A Shell Xpsy second a Quot i imported Novelty Wash fabrics s july clearance Sale White Quot goods july clearance Sale 3 fancy dress Gingham and coloured v a i a so a a. I $1.98 Yard reduced from $3.00 and $4.00 Yard embroidered crepes. N embroidered voiles. Woven Stripe voiles. Rating Check voiles. Imported White pique 53 c Yard v reduced from $1.00 lot 500 Yards i a or separate Palestine arrived Here yesterday and a rousing reception was Given him. He was welcomed by the mayor and the Heads of the various cum unities who presented sir Herbert with addresses of Wel Courte. A Salute of thirty one guns was fired. After the official reception sir Herbert proceeded by special train to Jerusalem where h was i Ecel Ved at Headquarters by i Al Bols who for some time past has been British administrator in Palestine. Sosnosky by Pom or. And mrs. M. Boom 1915 third Avenue North Minneapolis announce the engagement of their daughter Mary to Abraham sos Nosky of Aberdeen s.-d., formerly of Duluth Minn. A obituary United 8ynag0g opens Branch at Chicago. Expansion of the work of the United Synagog of America in indicated by opt no no of Headquarters for the states of the Middle West at 610 Ashland Block Chicago i. In charge of work is rabbi Philip a. Langh. An Active Branch of the United Syria Gog and of the women a league has been organized at Chicago Wuh the affiliation of the Large conservative and modern Ortho a congregate his. Officers acted 6f the Chicago Branch Are. For the United Synagog her Man Spluvak president. Robert s. Nathan vice president s. B. Platt vice Peri debt Charies Ticktin vice president rabbi i. A. Lassen recording Secretary or. Isaac Mullner corresponding Secretary Alex a. Beni Stein financial secret fire to fein Berg treasurer Isidore Coheh chairman executive Council. For i Hijo women a league mrs. Bep Jayln Tevis honorary Prasi a Dent mrs Leon Waldman president mrs. J Osbual wins Hurt vice president mrs. J. Glasser treasurer mrs. David Almond Secretary. Installation of these officers took place on june -86 the Morrison hotel and amid impressive ceremonies Solo Qon of new York president of the United Synagog of a America and professor of the teach Erff Institute of the jewish theological Seminary new York delivered an eloquent installation address. Mrs. Shulman a poke in behalf of the Chicago Community. Due to the efforts and the inspiration of the director of the United there was recently organized David Ginsburg rabbi of the orthodox congregation at Wilkes Barre pa., passed away last month in the i fifty seventh year of his age. Previous to coming to Wilkes Barre rabbi Ginsburg lived in Rochester where he has a daughter mrs. Or Isidore m. Davidson. her sub a resident of Cincinnati tor Over half a Century died on wednesday june so after a Short illness. The funeral services were held july 1, or. Julian Morgenstern officiating burial was in the Judah Tonto cemetery. He is survived by his daughter tier self Abe Strauss and son Ben Quot hire sigh 6f Cincinnati. Price a it mrs a a a Steinau Price beloved wife of Samuel a. Price 84 Oxford Street Dayton Ohio died july 4, 19�20, at 8 Ai m. Funeral services were held from the Home tuesday a july 6, rabbi Abraham Holtzberg of Chattanooga tenn., officiating. She is Sui it tved by her husband Samuel a. Price and her glister celeb Selnau. Silk and Cotton a go org the crepe Fine printed voiles $1.00 Yard from All this seasons styles and patterns. So second White gabardine skirting 69c Yard reduced from $1.00 36 inches wide. Soft finish. Launders Well imported White pique 77c Yard reduced from $1.25. 84 inches wide. Excel lengths. For dresses Lent for Golf and Tennis at sharply reduced prices White dotted voile 7 7c Yard reduced from $1.25 86 inches wide Short wests and curtains. Skirts. A Shilliton so Boond floor. Tref fan zephyrs 49c Yard reduced from 59c Beautiful new plaids 82 inches wide. Coloured Woven Madras 79c Yard a it reduced from $1.25 an Ideal fabric for menus Fine shirts 82 Hudgies wide. Merc sized foulard and Pon .29c Yard reduced from 59c Plain colors stripes and figures 32 inches wide. Shilliton a extra value sheets $1.69emh reduced from $2.00 seamless made from Fine h e a v a reached sheeting. Size 54x90. Shall Ito so floor. I 1-� a a a ii. I jul a a a a a a a a a a isl a a pm isms new the a International wish Cook look july clearance Sale Shilliton a summer a Rug an unusual assortment of rugs consisting japanese Rush grass fiber rugs made up in Plain Colore a Ltd contrast engr stencilled Border size d 7 70�% a a a a a a a a a a a a a. See eee Yeeee a to Hal 41 7�0t by % f�0tp a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a Yeeee Yeeee be w Kuzuw r04luic0oi Ftp Tootick feet 8 inches by 10 feet 6 a Tybea. A reduced from ret by 12 feet a 0��4l&Quot reduced from Domus fiber rugs made up in sturdy Coloridge a Ltd motors Woven through to m to n them reversible Frize. 41231 6�?o0 a a a a a a a Yeeee a a a a a a a be #4 eee Yeeee a a a cd Ucci fro Tel o a a a a eee a a a to de it a a i reduced Frome Aeye e. E e a e e a i a mtg he Ite Dulced from 2x12 a reduced from i sets Isedo ced from july clearance Sale fiber porch and Garden furniture at a Reed. Fiber. Sea grass great reduce Tkv Cane Maple old v. -1. 7 a. A. A j .1 Complete suites and separate pieces. 10.00 16.00 .00 11 60 14.00 11.00 14.60 19.76 a 1500 wed and Savoy recipes a cording the the jewish diet air imps. The favorite recipes of America Austria Hungary Germany Somloi France Etc. The largest and Best 8trictiew< is look Book Ever if finished Whf fils country. Of cloth. 448 Page. $2.00. Send for list of cont its a Bloch publishing co. Rugs made of heavy plaited Ruih and awed into Oval shapes. Sise. A 9zl9. $17.80�?teduced from 9jtl6 .8.00�?"reducedfrom hzl6 888.80�?reduced from 11.00 17.00 12.60 six vat. New York. A a extra 8pbcial it 36 Labelle Rush rugs size only�?<6 it by 10 it made up of extra heavy rushes ase Basket weave so As to give Good service spec Tail $15.00 my dosed Tom numb six piece Gold find Glaze Reed solarium suite. $472.50 reduced from $590.50 8>hece Putty enamel Reed suite. $502.50 reduced from $628.25 6-piece a weathered Blue re solarium suite. $487.75 reduced from $609.50 3-piece antique brow fiber suite tapestry cover. 3-Pieoa Ivory enamel fiber Dembik a Quot a ii.-,. It. Or a Quot i. 1 a. A a i is a n $264.00 / Aliew Anses will me de4�ete4 at tosses. A Onhasey. Duo ask a _ l l reduced from $330.00 3-Heoe baronial Bro a fiber tapestry suite $287.00 red Semi from tsss.00 Radii cod from $265.00 4-Pieoe Ivory and Blue Hickory Lawn or Boeth set $84.00 reduced from $105.00 4-piece varnished Hickory Lawn of Roh set. $70.50. Reduced from $88.25 it Peacock Peel Oare chair. A $60.00 Kim end for $75.00 be it or ra88 Peel Cane Chai i a a a i a a a 0 7.,. Tto b i. R it i �3f a i i k. A to. A i a be a a $11.00 a or a a a i. I. Reduced fit \ i. A. F 1c. Yvo a % a i a. Ssh a a twi a 5�?~ a it
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