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The school i who was miss Rose subsidiary Herbert h. Lehman treasurer the american jewish Relief commit tee new York has announced that rabbi. Lazarus is survived by his wid-1 Goodman and Joseph Schonthal Are leaders in the work Here. My unquestionably authentic ses Cincinnati four a sons Simon Fred a animations and their officers help to a re a Robert stimulate interest in Sai it up shool ters mrs. Bertha Stern mrs. Matilda. A t\lmt3k a. A. % at. 1 Blies held in the school a Model lesson the Given by one the teachers and two classes Are represented in the recitations songs Etc. Each class vies with the other in producing better results. Miss Kastin has been appointed assistant principal. In addition to the purim entertainment Rose Gillette new National federation Temple sisterhood. York and mrs. Rosalie Washington d. C. Relief for the jews ii a ii and Palestine Mien a addition membership. Through the instrumentality mrs. Edgar Cahn the National committee propaganda the ladies auxiliary affiliated with the congregation Gates prayer new Orleans Hui women a easter apparel mrs. M. Lewis Montpelier ida., $5 in. S. Salzenstein Athens 111., $15 the children the school Are Prepar-1 hetrlleive��?~from1 w Lara Btu a �wi8terhoods the offi a us Ute a w i do received from leers Are As a mfrs mrs. J. Step Berg president mrs. A. Falk vice president mrs. C. Netter treasurer mrs. J. Goldstein Secretary. Membership�?100. A amp @7 rec 1 p Roc a to i mrs. Harry Liebman National Secretary . The sisterhood Temple Israel Boston mass., has sent an interesting report the Way in which her organization observed reciprocity ing for a minstrel show to be Given by them the 15th april the proceeds which Are to go t building fund. Sinai a Echo the news Mhz pm be a Juitt been so successful thai w Page will poem have to be increased. The literary society has been fortunate in securing the help miss Sandall. A teacher in the Julia Richmond High school. The society consists Young men and women Between the Ages 17 and 20, and discusses current topics jewish interest. Some the a Fec ent discussions were a prejudice against the jews zionism Quot the War and the among the activities the congregation May be mentioned a theater party give by the Board trustees for the purpose raising funds for the Temple. Rabbi Reichler has spoken at the commencement exercises six the Public schools in the Bronx. On january 12, masons night was held. Services were attended by a very Large number masons. The serv women whose husbands Are in in a report made to the joint Dis i Button committee by . Kahn who Quot . Quot -.�. A a. ,. A .a. A we Are featuring a number rep pop up a models in distinctive suite. Evolved my the most preferred fabrics and select Colora no Ferice to please women who appreciate % Good style and value at Warsaw distress $25 $30.00 and $59.50 rowing is what he Tefft the Condi-1 Gay. Her sisterhood invited the Tion a Large number women and women All t he other sisterhood in Are in America he says in this connection Council jewish women. To meet with them and to bring messages a i desire to Point out particularly the work in their own organizations it among the refugees there Are so 1,500 to , perhaps even ent convention in Baltimore. Mrs. It re. I women with children i whose husbands America who acted As chairman1 committee them for years. I have urged the authorities to have a list these women and children prepared. The Amer religion that afternoon. The sisterhood song was then Given by the entire Assembly. Following that mrs. Produced Good results. It brought to a assisted a the Temple people who had never at Erica must be asked to provide for tended any Synagog and quite a num j their transportation perhaps making Ber have since become Gular attend a come with the husbands lean government must be induced to lawyer read a paper a women in permit these women and children to the mrs. Lafferty spoke land just As was done with the Po-1 the subject the a Branch Sab u Ultra fashionable Coats for women. Bit 1. I. A i. These represent the very latest ideas in modish Spring style colors and fabrics. The Range includes Saj flour Burella Bolivia Valeria gabardine and taffeta strikingly unusual values at $35.00, $45.00 and $59.00 Section third floor. Bath miss Caro entertained our friends in am-1 the Assembly with some charming songs. Special papers the convention were read by mrs. L. J. Bar arrangement with the husbands i Nett whose subject was a the social Era. Borough president Marx spoke thereby repayment would be made Side the convention mrs. Felix at the Temple january 19. An in Small instalments. The lot the Vorenberg whose theme was a Spe families pros event that was very important for. The left behind interests jewish education held february 4, when a rely al census was taken the neighbor because. Hood. The Temple was the head Quad Side the Ocean _ ters for visitors and two the Mem also necessary to avoid demoralize Bers were appointed leaders the to . To be sure this Relief measure would require Large sums Asal Hil Terri Fishel who gave a general re supervise institutional welfare. Towns j port the whole the proceedings who spoke the president a Mes Sager mrs. Goulston. Who made a appealing plea for a co operation and rabbis Rubinovitz and Levy followed speaking a women tory to new York including incident in the Synagog. 99 rabbi Joseph Rauch Temple Tal expenses comes to about m500 contribution to h. U. C. Scholarship lath Israel conducted two services a Quot Aat the Indiana reformatory. Through his efforts one a file prisoners secured parole. W .1 fund. Fred lazaru8 dead. It is to be hoped that . Kahn s m suggestion will be acted upon though the jewish rs7 i the difficulties in the Way safely t f Dot. Sf�n01al a transporting these unfortunate to the. A United states seem just at present to j55f fourth and race streets. Btroy but inevitably to strengthen the authority the Bible Over the lives men and women. The difficulty with the average person is that in his attitude toward this great literature he does not distinguish Between leg a christians a#re<�m1&t� the jews. Continued from Page i end and history Between legalistic varsity Sarah Bernhardt the actress Josef israels the leading representative modern dutch Art Bergson the French philosopher and to la my big and More mature civilization. A Sci jew to be elected to the French Academy. And professor Hermann Cohen n philosopher american leg be insuperable. Not Only the jewish Community Harry Columbus o., but the country a j pjs Cabej treasurer the Central com Large have sustained a. Great loss in society toward the hebrew Union it cot Jgr be Scholan Filp fund. Activities the male Aid Helena Ark. Ting amid the historical conditions that called it Forth. Such criticism then is construct a in the highest tense the term and should been Haffkine inoculation be advocate Mittee As March 15, 1917, covering mrs. Dave Solomon disarmament whose works 1� establishment the peace a hat the Hague at the Ca the death Frederick Lazarus Twenty nine months since the Organ _. _. Iza Tion the committee shows that week. R Reu Lazarus was born in Ger ?64 48g 59 has passed Many May 5, 1850, and came lax Ijar Kuju Xhaj a Iovu i our w Franq lira Columbus with his parents when be j \ was one be Ever since. Most important business houses in i rates the City Columbus. He was very in incl prominent in jewish affairs having1 served Temple Israel for Many years this committee. The february 2nd. Mrs Pizer Jacobs Money was received from 32,195 sour Chapman the program Ces which include every City in the has made arrangements for a paper be read by a member and a Musi Cal number to follow for each meet states including Alaska and the Phil-1 ing. Mrs. Jacobs read the first paper a the benefits derived from the National federation Temple sister a t Ernie am . Ion a i in in a Tianci worthy comment i a Jar a submitted a Verv interesting rennet no and Par neat reflection the part names who have honoured science and a Tau meteet7ng a so a i a x a such As . Morgenstern s called Forth j Judaism and blessed the we orld. Nau Sara Dona among a Christian jews themselves. Has the jew interest in the Book that he has i As trustee and treasurer. He was also for Many years president the Mon it inform hoods and what Itti Tutti in me Muic locality Montgomery ., Cleveland trustee and treasurer 0f m?.tal failure the jewish orphan Asylum at Cleve a perfected Tor the raising .Mi�ee to a Emaio land it director the jewish Hosni Toney for the jewish War suffer 7ul,n Quot a bad pain to at hoisting. Arks Quot add my ithe following we. Eft is Hoota mrs. 811�, Lew committee Vii. There remains one other _. Ground for appreciating the jew and to the world. Or is u p�88� that is his Enterprise in finance and under the dominance the a Vail Trade the jew flr8t lived intent and ing commercial spirit it . Our time h was the deeper sheep and the Tiller has sunken so deep into the Mue Toje then largely simgh., Vii a i. T i Force circumstances he became the Tural character does not hold s 8 a worlds trader and held Sway the Are the following were a. Chairmen the various local i materialism committees mrs. Louis Solomon Jmel a ,v6 i. Juv Ria it Solomon committee Sabbath the ca8e> what wprd8 8hall0 i world Are poor but they have a per if such is indeed bourse it jibe mass 0f the jews the to this work and that president and pc is Isidore president co operation to express our pity for it jewish chronicle. Detroit executive head the Lasarus co., he 1869 treat. Leopold Strauss was one a the founders a director 8ei5t several committee religious schools mrs. A Isadore a Rothschild. A committee pointed to solicit funds from jews propaganda mrs. L. Sullivan. Jewish pm plication society. And. A member the executive com-1 the first Davis work Quot resulted i committee scholarships mrs. J Mittee the Ohio National Bank and in a Ine so 8ay8 resume a ,. Rommi Tipp museum mrs a Large number other business in a4-00? be to it roam Sti Tutins member the boards old ii i . Of ,. I w a. I ii. Tog Sis tent faculty for rising in life give them but the slightest Chance. The great department stores american cities Are in the hands jews. The a Are 250 jewish millionaires in Amer raised committee museum mrs committee Union rams trustees the Greenlawn cemetery i Framst $7-500 ,as1 Columbus humane 9hch better society the Columbus children s pos Pital. The Columbus associated Chari-1 the largest Council the jewish publication society Ica a striking contrast to the misery America held its Twenty ninth annual a jewish Pale ghetto. The meeting at Philadelphia sunday rothschilds Frankfort London March 25. President Seligman ers new York Lazard Freres Paris London and san Francisco past president the Chi re is i by War in def a Giat ered me the i triennial a Dlly under Way and i bten�?otte�?~pubtl-1 mob let Oltaria i Baron a Weh to Hospital a former vice president beginning the War the basis the Date tentatively decided is no . _1_. The m. A f vein Ber these Addi committees sons As Well As 32d degree scottish personal efforts rite Mayo no a among others he was i Central Relief committee who in a member the athletic club the person actually saw every one the chamber Commerce the Progress i contributors and induced them to club As Well As being identified with give. Or. Travis without any and the Columbus chamber Commerce and for Many years a trustee the i Tulsa okla., in which a population sinking fund the City Columbus consisting two three Hundred pointed he was also an honorary life member jews have made possible a total registration miss Lilly Berlitz the Columbus Lodge elks and $10,836.51, amounting to More than Helmer Mes. E. Mandel. M. F. Grau a member Magnolia Lodge a $300 apiece. This Money Jas secured . We. Friedman. Furnishings miss Mary m. Kili secy. Utilities mrs. Morris Tower. House committee mrs. Felix Kahn chairman Mes. Morris Griesheimer Joseph Weil Joshua Ginsburg. Hospitality mrs. David Yondorf. A courtesies mrs. Leon Becker. Information Bureau mrs. L. Taussig chairman Mes. A. Berger d. Rosenberg. Excursions mrs. Max hamburger. Printing mrs. Ignace Reis chairman mrs. L. H. Frensdorf. Committee finance mrs. Martin Barbe chairman Mes. Isaac Block Edward Gudeman. The Silver anniversary Patron fund the Council jewish women has been increased by three new sub scribers mrs. Edwin Forman. Chi ago mrs. Solomon Hirsch Portland . Alfred Benjamin Kansas City to cation a new translation the by who made the Transfer Furente table. He announced that the society Demnitz to Prussia after the Franco wars the United states. I and the handels Gesellschaft Ber the net working capital the Organ j in. Sir Ernest Cassel who financed about $100.000. The disbursements during the year were $59,939.22. The officers elected were Vyp for the term one year a presi Dent . Simon Miller Hli Ladel phia first vice-pres., . Henry m. Leipziger new Yor second vice pres. Horace Stern Philadelphia. Trustees for three years a . Cyrus Adler Philadelphia a by. Henry distinctive dress for a Nen children. Race at seventh h five to organize the new Hanking system America and the Sassoon London Bagdad India and the far East a these Are some the great names in the world finance and equally so in the sphere philanthropy. We have finished our review some the achievements the jews in different walks life. The recitals sufficient to show with a what Good 3s new Purger new York . Jul Reami the jew should receive the ius Rosenwald Chicago Hon Mayer Hearty a preen a Christoffi Leo strange As the remark May be if the Edwin Wolf Christian can appreciate and Admire is now displaying the finest collection distinctive Spring suits hash a in Cincinnati a at moderate prices i a the local Minneapolis minn., Section gave a complimentary Tea to the St. Paul Section february 28. A mus ical prof Fram lip Given and reports read by committees both sections. Constructive criticism. Once. Style and Quality considered a Enfin pm Esq a Gap unteed lowest no matter what the this unusually smart suits Wool Eric up a swing and dash that is characteristic Denton suits. In chinese Blue Gray Baise it is especially desirable at $45. Everything for expertly made a debate prices. During the week beginning february 6 prof. Julian Morgenstern he department Bible and semitic literature in the hebrew Union College at Cincinnati gave under the auspices the Sabbath school Board congregation Beth al a series six addresses a the scientific study the these lectures served once More to prove the Folly and injustice the charge that is so often made by those who do not know that the jew american birth does not Rise to great scholarly Heights in the Field jewish learning. Or. Morgenstern an american by birth and a graduate the institution whose faculty he has been for a number years an honoured member will easily authorities in his particular Field investigation. I gifted with keen critical Powers and having at his easy command All the tools . Modern scholarship. Or. Morgenstern touches the heart in Philadelphia. The jew it will not be Long before honorary vice presidents for three be Ean he a he jew. Compatibility Iju Rev Henry Cohen Gal la Best develop Mhz ton Tex. Or. Louis Gutman both sides by an interchange left in Murray Quiry and instruction and by senti Cincinnati Hon. M. C. san ments Mutual esteem and Admira the publication committee the Tion. To begin by trying to like a person is a futile Effort. We May society consists the following m. End by liking a person though we be chairman Gin with dislikes. The natural pro Cyrus Adler Henry Berkowitz Solo ces8 0f feelings Concord Between Mon Solte Cohen Felix Gerson Max two olasse8 persons like jews and l. Margolis Allol Philadelphia by christians different in religion some Man g. Enelow Israel Friedlaender times in nationality and race and _ Quot Quot a Magnes Alexander Quot habits is first to select a few in the Marx Leon Man Straus and miss Henrietta Szold All new Herbert Friedenwald Den-1 worst d then Advance to a More Max Heller Orleans j hero Baltimore Christian jewish and dwell its Philipson Cincinnati i i. Georgea w Dobsevage Phila drop a is Secre j Genera admiration is produced put tary the committee and . B. Hal per Philadelphia is editor. Or. Henry Fernberger was re elected treasurer . Ben Alexander Secretary and . I. George Dobsevage our love to the test by Here and there a personal application. Our likes for particular persons is thus the outgrowth a general love Mankind. From Travis a Frosa a. 4j%�hiy. Of the Man we expand our affections until Secretary to the society. Shylock should be banished. Ham . Jacobs . Israel and . Ezra and they in turn can include Peter and Paul and John and Mark. This Concord men i would add in is Best acquired by the Ture the Bible. A the fear some that to put the Bible under the keen eyed Microscope analysis in the Light history is futile. A if the Bible can not stand scientific scrutiny then so much the worse for the Bible. But Shakespeare is so big that he can be approached boldly and thus boldly does the present writer consider a. J ,. Play that Quot Ini Elizabeth a time was Man 8 nature not �1� wrong that in our Era is a preserve a Ltd Jiveh a social and religious Bac spirit. Hence the Christian should not Terla and that should be for the Sake mourn if the jew is becoming More Universal cheerfulness be forgotten religious he should mourn that the writer holds no. Brief for the lit Efte jewish people but he has a Strong All religion. Here the Christian can Are Rig dramatic Pic a tog their race an Ltd while he and Chris than is to Lay anew value a the merchant Venice he is inclined to question foundations and help each a i find god again until heart and mod e al lib Ifill Miff in a 1 i i we i. 1.11 e Bible undertaken and pursued in Herb reverent spirit will to mtg not to perpetuate a social a one god and prot la off All who is Psi i l in i Almi All. And through amp and in you a Ai swim hmm a Sec Mem in. A 7.a 1 1 a r,.1. Pm a7,y. A -7 a to . Or r pm nmn a k 7 Mph form it i v a leg .i-.,. A be. I biblical occasionally we some its favorite heroes the Story mentions tersely a the went and built a City no in a matter this business building a City. But such is the writers sweep vision. La a. 1 a h .7 7-r. A a i. Quot it 7 �?~7- i 7 7&Quot. 7 a in much the same fashion it May be said i ,. A i.�?~�.j�f�j-.�?. 1 .7, a. V . A .7 i. A a Quot a. A1. ,77. A Isaac Mayer Wei and Btu Reform jul he a lbs organized Erica n hebrew congregations formed the Centre Alico Ference american rabbis established the fee a v i. V i 7 a. A a. A a atop Quot. ,1. A 7. Quot Ofa 7 a. A . J a. 7 . A Quot r \ 1 ,.a >2.7 it. A pfc a a7 it Quot. I j a. A. Brew Inion College. And these three foundation stones Reform Ida sep Sis. Of pal v.  -.1 read the charming Story in his grand songs Book. Upon Rapun Jamar Juba by judge Max b. May Putnam $2.10 postage May be ordered from Tbs office. It is waste Money to buy a clothing and them get shabby before they Are a half 1 worn it oar service will keep them looking new. % phone and ear Wagon will Call. Woodburn 32. The French Benzyl cleaning and dyeing co. I he successful p Perii the qua to map what makes a newspaper great and in the highest sense successful the foundation is plainly the Confidence its readers the respect the Community to which it apr eals. A Vouis Wiley the new York Fri tip the israelite is a successful paper advertisers find in the israelite a circulation an already Estwald Tinl Channe. Into the Homes the people they desire to reach. Hence it comes that Quail to circulation is simply a reflection Quajo to in a newspaper itself. The Iwa Dite is a paper qua a if a it watch the Poi eng Penok history at washing history is Teichm written every minute a at the nation capital f world events m tremendous importance a Climax under a your eyes there. No citizen a Nerica should neglect the Opportunity to visit a Washington and if possible his family should also be Given this never to be. A forgotten experience. Baltimore 8t Ohio the natural route to Washington operates All steel trains consisting comfortable coaches a Wing room sleeping cars and dining cars via Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and new York. Departures from Cincinnati a metro poli special leaves -1 n m. Was Hington new Fork express leaves 12 45 p. M. Washington new York limited leaves a 6.35 p. M. A trates leave Central Union station third and Central ave. 1 a tickets May be purchased at the City ticket office. Cor. Fifth we a Vhoia-.mii149-2345 290ilj c. H. Wiseman District passenger agent. #1 Bat hid amp a Halo comp Phamm Nymn Arm our i. T we ?T-.y set it. -.jptsc. A _

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