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How the Stream Quie Kei As noon draws near no room for loiter ers no time for fear. Out on the farm land Earth smile As Well Gold crushed Grain Fields with Sweet warm smell and and senses the heroic role of Pinciu Roken 3 i whirr of the reaper like a giant Bee like a Titan Cricket thrill Long with glee. On Mart and Meadow. Pavement or Plain on azure Mountain on azure main heaven bends in Blessing i a St is but to i goes the Good rain clout conies the gun it a Sun. Only babes whimper and sick men Wail and faint hearts and and weaklings fail. I to it pm the great current let the boat swing there was never Winter but brought tie apr Iii. A Edward Row i 1. Tal Milijic sages Salt for democracy what the great jewish scholar Doii Isaac Abarbanel said in gifts Seth Century of form of government advocated by the Bible. To by Louis Friedman. Now that All the to find is in conflict that Universal democracy May be established for its people it May be of interest to the readers of the is Bakutz to learn that democracy is the preferred system of gov eminent according to the Bible talmudic sages and later rabbinical authorities. The great set Dipolar and statesman Don Isaac Abarbanel in his hebrew commentary on the scriptures treat la logically of this question showing conclusively that Doracy uus the favored form of Golem meet the personal Story of sir Isaac though familiar of course to every hebrew scholar is perhaps not so Well know no to the cultural world of English speaking people. Born in Lyshon Portugal in 1437, the child of wealthy parents Don Isaac became Early in life a great scholar later he was made minister of finance Secretary of state and adviser to the King of Portil and later to the King of Spain. Members of his family had been great diplomats and scholars in Spain Portugal and Italy for upward of three centuries. From the fourteenth Century until Well along in the seventeen i the name of Abarbanel appears in Golden letters in jewish history. High Plaw at court. Don Isaac Abarbanel held a High p pc ill. The court life of Spain until a a great jewish drive Quot a the drive that was to make Scalp poor interial by an intellectually a Tooh Pace in 1492. Isaac Abarbanel though he stood High in the favor of the King preferred to share the exile of his people. A it is essential Fop us to Kph says Don Isaac Abib gut a whether g King is a necessity or Urh Ether he Quay be conveniently la tue philosophers go so far As to say that the King bears the same relation to the nation As dogs the heating heart to the lev lug Hedi 4s the heart sends the red blood throbbing to All parts of the body so by say dogs King function in the be of the body politic. �?~3ut to me it seems Folly to think thus. If these philosophers believe As How Tan they help the state must include the three essentials of Unity sternness and pos Luve Power How foolish is their theory that these May Ibe Best achieved through the and maintenance of a i Seuss Nati orial Afflina a is it not better for a nation that there should be in its Council a number of men who can get to it Ether from time to time and Seuss National affairs through their discussions will not their do Sllen be inevitably Wiser than those of some Lunatic King who has inherited his Power by the so called a Diskie right a and if there must but rulers Why should not the rulers he chosen for a year or for three. And if there comes a time when the nation wishes to make a change of the ruler and fudges then let others come in their place and let them criticise and investigate and use the Searchlight of truth to find whether or no their predecessors have been True to their official Trust and ruled the people wisely. A if they made a rots in their judgments and by these judgments wronged any Man or woman then let them repay those whom they have wronged. Why should not their Power be limited according to accepted Laws and customs Why should Nof the majority Rule in All the activities of National Ufa is it not most plausible that the Rule of one Man la More do serous than that of Many ? per As the scripture says a the Wrath of a King is a we herons a and Eltheia through his Wrath or his ignorance or his vice great harm May come. On the other if the country is ruled by Many sent Alves of the people and one of these leans toward i us a met an of theol selves at the next election then the fear of Public opinion will compel them to be honest and Earnest in their official capacity. Two forme contrasted. A wherefore should we treat of this question with philosophical half split tag let us look to the practical Side of life. Let us judg a from the existing standards of our own Days. Let us lot flt around is and examine into the conditions of the countries where Kings Rule. What do we see there what but immorality Rasca Lity Kings the leaders in the satisfy octian of unhallowed Deidre and Carol inclinations. Bach in his Domain does As he pleases and the whole country is ruled by corruption. Let us on the other hand examine into the condition of the few countries in which the government is carried by judges and rulers elected for a Short period. God the Jordat King rules Over them. Justice prevails there. Everything is in order. Thi Rule their people with Justice and there to no murmur to be heard from their citizens. A let us take the example of the great roman Empire. She conquered almost every part of civilized world other nation Kiefe under her heels Idie ruled to universe. But her Rule lasted Only As Long As Rome was a Republic and i used by consuls Many and accomplished and limit cml to a certain period. When the Caesars came her glory dwindled into the labyrinth of the past and disgrace fully she died. A in on own Days we see the Republic of Venice big among nations the ruler of provinces. The same state exists in the Republic of Florence and other stat a and countries where King or cae8ar is unknown. The Laws and the customs of these countries Are changed according to National need. The very Constitution is improved with the development of the nations requirements. And their whole National activities a even to the going to War and Ctm nering of other lands go for Murd with Wisdom understanding and foresight. The Trail of Kings. A fall of this i believe is sufficient to convince us that the existence of a King is not essential to the life of a nation but is on the contrary dangerous from every Point of View. As the great teacher Moses Maimonides said the dangers that attend in the Trail of Kings Are so great inst we should avoid every possibility of bringing them upon the human Raco in any part of the what better proof do we need than that scripture itself compares the Stormy wind on the Ocean to the Stormy mind of a King i wonder How a philosopher with even the mind of a child could compare the human heart which is essential to the King who is not mily unessential hut positively dangerous. A Why should we not follow the dictates of our own common sense if on rulers Are Good and Wise is it not better to have in the place of one a Hundred Good and Wise men with limited Power even if these Many rulers who May be called a parliament or Cabinet Are wicked one King who is prompted by motives of selfishness of self Gloria Catlon can do More mischief than Many men who fear for their positions and must reckon with Public opinion dark of tit Jenna Lei and ideas Hiu to appreciate How embarrassing Woi Al have been to any of on municipal ill cats the awarding of his prize. The one hand if we have any a co Mimi pimple a we refrain from my Long them by that name in and forage Newt. Maumee full re on edibility for or formal. Or pills it manner accept izing the jewish self defence i purposes purely Tif Tirol Huid on defies the Mitiu iry authorities aroused of Deere dating Here to act Mhd to key Young Wynan arrest with All of the pain caused to the jewish people by the recent riots in Jerusalem this distressing incident described by some As a the pogrom that paid Quot will go Down in history As one of the finest Diin it lays of heroism on the part of nationally minded jews. The conduct of the old yes Hub the daring and self sacrificing of the american zionist medical unit now the a a Darling of Jerusalem Quot the nobility of Jab Otinsky All of these const tote a Noble chapter in the struggle of the jews to regain their Homeland. And now credit must be Given to another to one whose whole life has been a constant struggle for the Eman Cleat lbs of his pe<l0 and the vindication of their National Honor. The record wot old be incomplete unless it included the Story of the chivalry of Pincus Ruttenberg zionist and Leader in the jewish Congress movement. It is somewhat Over a your ago that the jewish world was shocked to learn that Ruttenberg was a prisoner in the Peter and Paul fortress for the crime of having been chief of police of Petro Grad under Kerensky where he had been thrown by the bolshevism regime. Now we hear of him in Jerusalem organizing the self defense and demanding that he be held wholly and we fid be most the highly invidious glory of official recognition As the most sex in a we Cit Ful. Her experiences would reset fade those of the Schoolboy who gains the name of a a teachers a pet Quot and the income for 110,000 tor a single Ymir would he sufficient recon Pease for the glances cast at her even afterwards by or the damsels proclaimed to be ber inferiors in conduct and family Virtues the hungarian minister of education has issued a ruling that Only 25 per cant of the High school students May he jews. At present 50 per cent of the students Are Jewa meet these according to the line rated. The president the c Sec rms by and advocate slim Norg were commissioned in company or. Rozantes to examine each demand separately and to state How they com soldered the desired remedies would in it or Latvia Nas agreed Ali invite a jewish representative to Kin the government. The decision Marks new departure in the attitude of the government towards the Jewl i question. Rny a Mai the students of the University of Agram have resolved to petition the government to introduce a percentage Norm for jewish students and to expel All alien jewish students from the educational institutions. The new ukrainian Cabinet includes has been a Nathan 8trau8 tells of Palestine work. Pointed minister for jewish affairs r. Krasnov oct snied a Al London july 4f�?nathan Straus of into Kleff. Occupied a similar Post in the ukrainian government which sex e general Denikin sentry Iven those few Kings whom history Calls Wise consider always themselves. How can it be that god by his Grace gave them by divine right the Mitre Earth for their pcs session to be theirs and their children a and their children a children forever no this belief in Kings is a leprosy that ruins the world and most he checked. There most be no More one Man Rule on the Earth. A it is True that in some countries there Are constitutional governments under the Laws of Ich a King can not do Mudi mischief hut far better than both the despotic and the constr Tel Iona monarchy we a be the order that comes when we rid ourselves of both and Dino Tocy will be the estab-llshf4 0� government for the human solely responsible for its existence and activities a cd using in fiery biting words the military administration of responsibility for the pogrom and with discrediting great Britain in the eyes of the jews and the world and insisting that he be arrested. The zionist publicity department has just received from a confidential source a pm Splete report of the conversation Between Ruttenberg and a British colonel after Zabotinsky had been arrested and or. De Sola Pool was being threatened be Couse he had led old men and women out of the danger zone. Ruttenberg became impatient and broke out with these words a i have decided to go Hack to the zionist commission and present my resignation unless the Wmk of of defense and its control is accepted by and handed Over to the zionist commission. Either i am doing Good work and the zionist commission should be responsible for it or i am doing bad work and i should be sent away. But it is absurd for me to talk with you As a private individual and the zionist commission should be afraid that my speaking to you of fld Aily would give you some Loop Hole against us. Colonel what is the Seif dense organization p. Ruttenberg i saw the first Arab demonstration and i have enough experience in such matters to know that there was trouble brewing. I understood the situation was serious and a that there was a possibility of a jewish pogrom in Jerusalem. Tou remember that three or four weeks before i met you in connection with my work. I add you then about the Sel defense organization and asked you to Arm it. Ton answered you would have to speak to the commanding officer about Thop International a St Cut Mere no Here today that the Strans health by Reau. In Palestine had supplied a head that had been ignored for inn deeds of years by a a criminally Minlu forent government Quot and that it had become a a in the like of the holy the Bureau was Etti dished by or. Straus in 1912. The Only Prohl which took precedence Over the he sixth Quro Tion was the feeding of the hungry for which he said he establish a a a free soup Kitchen in Jerusalem Vida he up to now has been feeding 1,000 persons Dally. Members of committees returning from Palestine he 9al<l�?T, bad told him that his soup Kitchen was a the brightest in got in the holy the health a Niihau or. Straus said was established to improve health conditions Genery and particularly to eradicate malaria and trachoma the two diseases w much were endemic there. It a in landed to serve All inhabitants of pal Stiim irrespective of Creed race or Rotor and since the jews number less than one sixth of the total Pup la a on its work has accrued Lerg a to the Benefit of non a -3 tews. Or. Straus a Vlf wed the fight conducted against malaria by the health Bureau in and around Jerusalem 1916 and 1917i Vith the cholera is were opened injections of a Given to All Crane Dren were Inorg a the health but the status of Palestine. Columbus Ohio dispatch the zionists dreams of a jewish Republic in Palestine have by no Means come True not As yet. Regardless of what it is idled is at this time and will be for some time to come nothing More nor less than a British protectorate with British officers in command. As the right honorable Herbert Louis Samuels High commis8i Mer of Palestine by virtue of British appointment says a civilian administration. For the country will be established immediate the higher ranks will consist of British officials of ability and experience the other ranks will be open to the local population irrespective of the commissioner goes on to state that a immigration of the character that is needed will be admitted into in proportion As its development allows employment to be it will not be left to the jews themselves to flock to the country regardless of All else than that they Are jews. Discretion must be shown of course to the end that those who Goto Palestine May have same Chance of working out their own future and not become Mere changes upon the Gen of Tolsty of the world. As regards the possibilities of the country As a place of residence for great numbers. Commissioner Samuels himself a is a Palestine properly provided with roads railways harbours and electric Power with the soil More highly cultivated the waste lands reclaimed forests planted and malaria extirpated with town and Village industries encouraged can maintain a Large additional Quot a Large additional population Quot yes. Perhaps a million or two certainly not More than three or four million. And it will take Lille and great invest it and later informed me Yon could not comply with my request. We have now seen the result of Thia decision. After that i went again to Galilee for a week and came Back to Jerusalem the Friday before the pogrom. During the next few Days Between four and five Hundred Young men were organized Aud some Anns bought from ten to Twenty revolvers and some rifles. Tou understood Perl Toetly Well that Urith these arms it is impossible for the jews to attack the arabs and it to also impossible to to Serl Raisley of our defending ourselves with them. The first Day of the pogrom Zakotinsky and i went to see colonel Storrs and told him we would put the Young men our arms and ourselves at his if he would use us for Protection of Fqy old men and women Aud children. He refused with the results that you know. Colonel but you cannot be armed a that a against the Law. P. Ruttenberg Tou have not protected us. I Hope you Are now in a position to control the situation but 80 far you have not done so. I have no right therefore to disarm my Young men and we cannot give up any Araos. But you can arrest me. I have aet out an official letter stating that i am at the head of the self defense organization together with Zabotinsky and have Given you the names of All the members who asked to be tried with those arrested for All Are equally responsible for the Organiza Terai and its arms. Tou Aro comprising the Engli people the Only Force materially mad morally fit to be the Center of the organized world. Palestine belongs to the jews and even if the 50,000 jews in it today were wiped out the jews would come again and in the end Palestine would he theirs. But if Britain loses Palestine once. It would be lost to them department zionist or in Zatlow of America. He said a snipped c in the clan Ive districts and aria Lymph were while school Chil by nurses sent by into districts. La All ,75u Perraut were Given preventive injections against cholera. Typhus Lyme ii Floso was prepared and administered. More Titan 3,000 persons were examined to As Pam if they were of Pectral with and where the to trat fun was Llu a ply of Shine was Ideh free of Cost the water in. Ottems used for drinking purposes was me and Ned and a museum of Hygiene was established. In rom batting Trach Rana or. Straus said the health Bureau treated 44l874 cases and an attempt was made to examine the eyes of All children who could be reached so As to Identie that disease which was prevalent in Palestine. A Hospital for Eye diseases was opened and the Campaign was extended into tie towns and conies outside of Jerusalem nurses being sent to various places. Aid was also Given to refugees Wiren the jewish population was expelled from Jaffa. Or. Straus Sai the health Bureau had proved its Efficacy and be hoped its services would in abase and. Become greater in the Rehall Tatton of the holy i and a bless Iii to the people irrespective of Rac color or religion. The russian refugees at Vania have opened a violent Campaign against the jews. They Are endeavouring to intimidate the bulgarians that the bolsheviks aur the jews Are on the Point of entering the country to destroy their churches and kill their children. On the occasion of the presentation of the rumanian National Flag to the great Synagog at Bucharest the King the Cabinet the Church and the Anny were officially represented. The metropolitan delivered a speech in hebrew in which he advocated hard Nous and brotherly relations with the jews. The polish diet Hae passed a Law which precludes jewish Schelt Fis being built at the expense of the state. This is a breach of the Minori Dauses i the peace treaty. The minister for Edd Catlon endeavoured to justify the Law by stating that it was Only provisional. There is no doubt however that this explanation is Only intended to soothe Public opinion in foreign countries. The polish parliamentary committee and the chamber rejected the jewish resolutions providing for a Complete scheme of National and religious minority fights. According to the scheme jews were to administer shelf own religious educational and charitable affairs including the emigration problem under the direction of a special ministry for religious and National minorities. The arabs in Haifa have issued a proclamation which cd Mains inter Alia the following adj rations 1 Boycott the zionists and shun their shops 2 see that the jews do not profit through you because with the Money they buy weapons whereby they will expel you from the country 3 do not admit the jews into your Vil Hast carried into effect As regards the Rell conference All preparations Are in full swing. The committee has sent invitations to Twenty even Branch committees to eight National councils or National also cations to thirteen Charity unions to five Jerimi Central Relief organic nations and four jewish is operative societies. 80 far the num ber of mandates Given ont for administrative work amounts to Dan Hundred and six. In order More thoroughly to carry out toe work of toe Relief conference the committee of the jewish delegations have instituted a special organization comit Pittee which will include besides toe members of the reconstruction commission All the delegates now in Paris. The Provis Raial Board appointed to look after these matters consists of messes. Motzkin Salkind and Temkin. Or. Szlosberg reported on life in great Rassla itself. Jews there Are not in actual danger of the lives nor Are they subject to any partly near persecution but toe social system now set up has entirely ruined the economic life of the jews and what makes matters worse is that the government in Power prosecutes any special jewish organization and hinders its activity. Or. Temkin related that in the Ukraine not Only was All economic life ruined for toe jews but that the latter lived in a continual state of misery and that every succeeding government tier More particularly a Volunteer army and pet Louray a forces. Instituted a series of persecutions with a systematic cruelty without example even in the Long Story of jewish sufferings. Or. Temkin proved that the usual number Given of victims As 50,-000 was far too Low an estimate and that to make Good the initial damage Lages drive them ont and do not come in Contact with them <4 take care of your son and do not sell an into of ground counteract toe middleman a efforts 5 unite i Mohammedans and christians against the common foe the treacherous jews. Immense sums Are required and state help must be forthcoming to supplement private donations. At the desire of the committee or. Temkin will publish his report with documents. Resolutions to the following effect were passed the plenary meeting of the com fit tee of the Jev so delegations will be held at Carlsbad on the 5th to 8th of August 1920. All members of the committee of toe jew Ito delegations will be invited to attend and those agricultural organizations Wahidi have not been hitherto represented will he asked to choose their delegates. 1%e com amp Luttee of the jewish delegations welcomed with much satisfaction the statements made by sir Start Samuel president of the do Nitrai of British jews As to the need of co. Ordina Ting to re work toe Bartraw departments of the joint foreign committee. Of this malady. The estate was Laid out originally by Abraham o. Wolff who built two Large houses of Spani Sti Type of architecture for his two daughters mrs. Henri Werthem and mra Otto h. Kahn. One of the two houses a need Down and or Kahn then took to whole place Over recons trucked it and made one Larga dwelling. With All this work and the original amount spent by or. Wolff the property Cost More than a million dollars. There Are Over fifty rooms 1 the main dwelling. Besides this there Are six cottages a Large stable who w converted into a nurses to Iii buildings Dairy Squash court Nis courts and an eff in Hole Golt course. The grounds fre few Urbus in that Section of tiie Coit Otry for specimen Trees abound. The p Morris Donn to Golf a we the a mar. Twombly estate and the property recently sold by Pease amp Elliman for the estate of w. V. S. Thorne to Symington. Or. Kahn and his of nifty for some time have been i ending of the summer at their new cd Firlit estate at Woodbury l. I. This is Lozis of the finest estates and hous Rac of the North Shore of Craig Island Lora it on an Elevation overlooking the Countryside about a mile from the cold Spring Harbor Railroad station. Immense terraces flank the House on three sides one being made up of pools and a Fountain a a the House is approached by a Long drive through Cedar Trees and Entrance la made from a great Stone paved courtyard. One Wing of the Structure has a clo Tower. There to a Large greenhouse in the grounds. Or. Kahn a town House is at 1,100 fifth Avenue where the wedding of his daughter miss Maude e. Kahn acid Captain Brevet major j. O. Marriot scots guard was celebrated on june 15th last. Fhe estate of or. Abraham Jacobi Veteran physician who died last year has been appraised at 1515,933, of which the bulk is in mortgages and securities. He gave 1600 Cash and books Worth $4,567 to the Academy of Medicine and $1,000 to the civil Servic Reform association. He remembered relatives and friends and gave the residuary estate of $459,184 to his daughter. Continued on Page 2. A 3 i the Ain. Abel tragedy in Syria. Through an englishman a the jewish Public ton society of America has just issued a a biome of essays by the noted a Glish scholar Israel Abrahams. Tim entire Book is in or. Abrahams Beiva vein which is saying a great special interest to american jews Are toe appreciative Rait Clai essays in this volume on Isaac m. Wise Isaac Leesik and Emma Lazarus. We have in this country Pul these great americans on a Pedestal and it is Gratifying to read an English mime a estimate of their greatness and fluid that in the by and Large we have not overrated them. In fact All three essays conclusively Den nitrate that to have failed to do Complete Justice to any and All of them. Or Abrahams confines his discus a Don of Isaac m. Wise to this noted leaders neglected introduction to the Bible entitled pro Naos to holy writ he confines Bis discussion of Leeser to a consideration of this immortal Rab i s English translation of the Bible and his discussion of Emma Lazarus is wholly taken up with a consideration of her poems. Points out that Isaac m. Wise was a Learned theologian and an Independent thinker on theological subjects a fact which we americans Are prone to Overlook in our admiration of his extraordinary accomplishments As an organizer and reformer. While the attitude of i it a. Wise on the question of Blu Cal inspiration is the jewish leaders of a Zernowitz utilized the occasion of the visit of the King and Queen of Romania and of the Premier general Averesch to place before Vliem toe problems confronting our co religionists in Buko Wina. The Premier assured the jewish leaders that he stood for toe Complete Equality of the jews and that he desired adequate representation of jews in parliament. He also gave eat is factory assurances with a Rard to the appointment of jews to state posts. At the elections held in the a Kowtna or. Benny Strauber was elected a member of the Senate. The Bun dist Pistner was elected a member of the chamber. Horrors of too Ukraine. An important letter has. Been received by the British federation of ukrainian jews from commissioner Kass who is acting on behalf of this organization in conjunction with his duties As representative of Toa american joint distribution committee. Or. Kass is now in Warsaw after having visited Ukraine toe first occasion he has had of penetrating into the country. A nothing that i can write can Eda quaely describe the terrible conditions of our poor Pera it a in the districts i have just visited a writes or. Kass. A the position in Kleff itself is indescribable. In this City there Are now gathered All jews who managed to escape from the surrounding pogrom areas. There is overcrowding typhus and starvation and Hundred Are dying weekly. Relief is urgent. I Appeal to you to Send Money and clothes without delay unless you want to wait until another 100,009 of our Brethren perish from exhaustion. The Money is needed for Hospital work childrens Homes there Are thousands of orphan Public kitchens and for Loans to workmen and Small or. Kass after consulting with the joint committee and ton Dering his report will return to Ukraine to help in concentrating the re Lei work. To View of typhus raging in Many sections of the country or. Kass is risking his own life in Coil York happen kit two Hundred and women have contributed More Tom one thousand dollars each to the federation for support of Jerimi poll anthropic societies this year. This and other equally interesting statistics can be gleaned from the list of federation subscribers toe 1920 edition of which has just come from the press. This list forms an interesting Index to the support of jewish philanthropy in this City. Approximately 30,000 names appear contributions for which they Are pledged Range from Mie Dollar to $10 m 00. Thirty eight Hundred per sons give less than $10 annually and 250 give More than look. The total of All month buttons is approximately $300,000,000, three fourths of the total sum required for the support of toe 91 prominent philanthropic institutions that Are affiliated with federation and supplied with funds by it. Every Street in new York is represented on toe list of donors and every Borough of greater new York and All of the in gang Island Westchester and new Jersey suburbs. Although the institutions which belong to federation Are located in new York or its Vicinity and minister chiefly to the sick and needy of new York nevertheless listed among the annual Conti Lautore Are residents of Geneva Switzerland romps Italy Palestine Paris a mitral Canada Havana Cuba Balboa Heights canal zone and Panama canal. Among the Distant american cities whose residents help to support new York charities Are Lynchburg ya., Savannah ga., St. Louis Tulsa okla., Chicago Minneapolis Sioux City Houston Des Moines san Francisco san Antonio Portland me., Seattle Charleston s. C., and Pontiac Mich. Or. Samuel Buchler founder of the jewish court of arbitration announces that he is in receipt of a letter from new York sinking fund commission in which he is informed that the City of new York recognizes the Good work of the jewish court of a Ike action tinting Tois work. He appeals to jews i Vail itself of the grand jury safety first evidently their motto. There need be no affectation of Surprise at the news that by a unanimous vote and on the recommendation of mayor gainer the common Council of Providence r. I., has respectfully but dimly declined to accept a bequest of $10,000, left to the City by the late count Paolo amp in Otto of Turin Italy. The reason for the refusal was that acceptance would have pieced Tipon toe City fathers each year the truly dangerous task of deciding what Young woman living in Providence of Marriageable age and a daughter of toe people is Moat deserving a Money Reward for a her conduct and ments considerable addition to the present Post fiction. It Tam the Best among is need Deal i mass of his colleagues Check him i Wito Cruz Lewit. The counts intentions were admirable but though he was in Tutts country for some time himself and married an american woman he evidently did not learn enough about social conditions representative of toe old school he defends his position with an originality that does credit to his scholarship and his fearless adherence to what appeared to him to be True. Many of the problems raised by or. Wise in his of Enos must be taken into account and his skill in putting his hand upon the weak links in the chained Armor of higher criticism demonstrates a clarity of thought and a vigor of intellect Seldom encountered. Or. Wise a pro Naos May be out of Date to Many it seemed to be out of Date even when first a hushed but it is a Monument of scholarship and is marked by rare intellectual acuteness. If we have been at All sceptical regarding the claims of Isaac m. Wise As a great theologian we most revise on unfavourable verdict in the Light of Israel Arab Amzy appreciative Discua Sion of him and Accord him a Well Danied place among the real control by tors to theological 43cieiice.kan8as City jewish chronicle. In England to at least Send theh Money London guardian. Recent anti Viriee of committee of jewish delegations at Paris. On the 8th, 9th and Kwh of july the committee. Of the jewish delegations held important a a to this in Paris. Of toe detailed communications by or. Sondow the president the most important were statements on toe efforts made at san remo on behalf of the hungarian jews and in support of the rights of the minority in Turkey and other stops taken in respect of the Ukraine with regard to the oppression of the hungarian jews a Promise was made to him by the Allied Powers at san remo that a special note should be forwarded to the hungarian government a to the minority rights for turkish jews thanks to the action taken Fiill Security for these was successfully obtained. At the afternoon sitting on june 9th. Or. Vozanis in get scially Cummis slowed to speak on the situation of the jews in Ali key Laid before the committee the particular demands arising out of their present position and it was agreed that All necessary Steps should be taken to in the criminal court building whenever it is in session. The sinking fund commission consists of City mayor Hylan president of toe Board of aldermen la Guardia and City comptroller Craig. Major Gustav h. Lamm u. S. A., last week presented a Bronze memorial Tablet to the Independent order of fre sons of Israel during exercises held in the National a quarters no. 21 West one had fed and Twenty fourth Street. The Tablet has inscribed Uron it the names of four members of the order who lost their lives while in the service of the country. Rabbi g. H. Hausmann of toe Washington Heights Synagog delivered the Benediction. An address was made by Henry w. Buxton county chairman of the american legion and songs were Sung by a chorus of girls from wad Leigh High school. Otto h. Kahn has sold Cedar court his million Dohr country estate at Normandie Heights Morristown n. J., to a new York and Philadelphia syndic to headed by or. F. M. Allen a specialist in diabetes. The estate will be used As an exclusive research and treatment zionist commission Rii Joseph Barakat much Hur of the mar onite con Unity of Ain Abel Givre the following account of the Mas Mcra in Ain Abel in the Ain Abel the population of Whlig numbers Jisoo souls. Is surrounded by two Christian villages Ramisk and Debely and villages of menu elites. Alto whom we have always love i m peace some Days ago the Meto artes called a meeting. I Ellie Var by Kamel Bey Al Saad and noting oar anxiety assured is that toe object of the meeting was to organize toe defense of toe inhabitants. Nevertheless As a safeguard we to it Fik Steps to protect ourselves and 40 men were placed on guard Day and night. On May 5th we received a letter from Abed Al Hamid in which he promised peace and offered to the christians the Protection of Kamei Bey Al Saad. But at the same time we were informed of the approach of a Largo crowd from the West 200 Young my a were immediately organized to meat the enemy. Firing ensued on every Side. The assailants numbering 5,000 and including their chiefs and their Leader Mahum Amad waved White handkerchiefs and shouted a christians fear not a but As they approached they fired on us. After the exhaustion of our Supply of ammunition and toe wiling of six of our men we returned a did escorted our women and children to the Northern Section of the Village. The enemy entered the Village pillaged and plundered murder and set fire to the houses after having witnessed the Slaughter of Dill run and Wynen and the burning wive of do men we were forced to evacuate toe tillage. The assailants entered every House pillaged everything in it and set fire to it. Jacob Sadar after having handed Over his Rifle at the order of Mahmod Ahmad a was killed by the latter. Eula Wah and her daughter la Law were not raged a and subsequently murdered. The son of Joseph Alhaj was Slauf i tired on his fathers Lap. George Andres and others who were hiding were fired upon and later bad their Heads severed and thrown on toe rocks. The assailants entered the Church where they found four women and two toll Dren. After violating the women they murdered women and children. And plundered the Church. When we lost every Hope of returning to our Village we decided to go to Palestine. We reached Safe where we were Cir dually. Received. We informed the British authorities of the disaster and reinforcements were immediately Dis patched to escort the refugees to Palestine. The priest Yohanna and others were conspicuous in the work of Relief. We have not enough words of Praise for toe zionists. We Aye not in a position to reciprocate their kind no is. They received Over of our people in their private hous fed and shod them until we almost forgot our distress. In Tiberias we Ifon also most generously treated by the Zivott its whose rear native or. 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