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The American Israelite (Newspaper) - May 17, 1917, Cincinnati, OhioA if a my Mamma al Mamma a i. To to Thrap a Mumm a dbl a it al a Del la my Numbat if volume 63. Cincinnati. Ohio May 17, 1917. To a a it amp a a a a y. Written for the israelite. America. By Ezekiel Leavitt. I love you America a amp a rated soil a a al i love your sense Liberty your men thought and toil. And dear to me will always be your Flag ill lift it High with Allm might for it ill fight. And ready be to die. I. Tew you 0 Ai Nerica v $j�j�l�$�0 the land free and Brave. The Laws broader brotherhood to All the world you gave. The Laws real Equality if one comes Here from Savage lands to the a Lodge room but Quot he in bondage he a no More. At the annual meeting. A Lodge which t Ohio a flood constantinople fire the did not hold a meeting for f three earthquake in Turkey the san fran uolil$6, fit failed to at Joe a report i Cisco a i present to. To a a Ftp la it de a a four a months i european for Fia a 3%ith was. Forfeited its the first in the Field to Render Relief a system material Aid in Case to our suffering co religionists sickness misfortune was adopted the order induced our government and following the example other to take action to prevent the further organizations the Seal secrecy was persecution the jews in Roumania. Stamped upon All its proceedings. / it secured the intervention the whatever May be the opinion the United states government in support present Day As to the Wisdom and the Universal protest against the opting this feature secrecy it not Kishineff massacre Only proved to be a great attraction it. Caused to be made known to the but gave the Young society a weight russian government through count and importance which under the then de Witte the sentiments the am existing conditions could possibly not Ercan people concerning the Perse have been attained through any other i cution the jews Agency. ? the anti defamation league which a careful supervision Over the con is Active in combating injurious Ani duct the Brethren was exercised mad versions against the jew was is Germany Austria Roumania Turkey and the Balkan states so that the order practically encircles the world. In european countries most the activities in jewish affairs Are in the hands member the order direct through its members in in pop indent organizations h is stir to say that the directors the Hills Verein Are nearly All if not All member Klawir in Turkey the under Secretary state is a Mem Union american hebrew congregations her the order and All its officers him offer Opik rtunitie3 / to All who courage show you give a Chance to All your sons to live to work to grow. I love you americ and tvs a love sincere. My fervent prayers Are for you for you my country dear. Boston Masa. I6ar, 1917. The Independent order by Nai by Rith beginning with a single Lodge in new York City in 1843, it has grown to be the most powerful organization in american jewry. Wise in their private and Public life and any infraction the Laws morality when clearly established by fair trial was punished in due degree to the offence even to expulsion. Among the first officers the new York Lodge were Isaac Dittenhofer president Reuben Roda her View president Henry Jones Secretary. At each meeting from Twenty to Twenty five applications for membership were presented and it was not Long before the influence the hew society was Felt in wider circles. Quarrels bickering and Petty Law suits before the courts ceased. Whatever differences there might exist amongst the members were brought before to a her team be before Juhe Lodge n. V 1 1 the spread the order was naturally slow but a steady and healthy growth. Not a few had withdrawn from the Synagog Active Particia it is unfortunate that no history has Over been compiled the Independent order by Nai by Rit h. The late Julius Bien new York undertook the i Tion in its meetings and looked else task writing such a history but he where. The order became a Neutral had Only covered the first fifteen j ground for parties. I a years the three quarters a Cen Julius Bien the first historian Tury when he was called hence. Or. The order Many years ago wrote a Iii Gotthard Deutsch professor history reality the order cannot be said to at the hebrew Union College has in be a secret society in the accepted de taken the very difficult task significance attached to that meaning completing the history and until his none the attributes such Are a work is done there will be no Possi-1 Pii Cable to it. Its purposes lie open Brlity giving anything except a before the world and it has the Mere outline the work done and the Jet 0f giving them the widest Exten great results achieved by the exec Sion. The order is really secret Only Tulve committee the order in the in it charitable various periods its history. The next Lodge was instituted the present head the order . A february 11, 1844, known As a Zion Adolf Kraus Chicago in addition in de no. 2.�?� to a full comprehension the Broad the very same persons who started principles and grave responsibilities i the order started a congregation the order brings to his office flue the cultus Verein Ais it was then Call exp a Uye ability to that his term e a it and . Merzbacher was installed promises to be the most progressive As preacher. The culture herein devel order. The order has created an immigration commission to study the entire subject imm Gracon and distribution and to recommend remedial measures. The order has created a Bureau directed by an expert to superintend extensive social service work throughout the country add to compile such statistical data As will enable it to devise ways and mean for fully realizing jewish social ideals. The order has presented to the people the United states the statue Are leading jews that country. The London Lodge if a to imposed Lectia Lse no one is admitted unless he has made Naine for himself. To be admitted in Todi embers hip in the european Lodge is equivalent to granting an absolutely reliable certificate to the Holder character and standing in the caftan Unity. Naturally the Terri he world War has disorganized he work the lodges abroad but it will require Only a Little time after the struggle is Over to again in working order. There is accordingly a great task before the order Fin America but the past has Given Laipple evidence that the great organization will be equal the co institution grand Lodge meets every five years ind in the interim the affairs the order Are in the hands the executive committee m ii by the personnel follows correspondence pupils in Alaska. Rabbi Samuel Koch Seattle Suer visor Synagog Extension ? District no. 43is making a Survey jewish conditions in Alaska. His particular interest is in securing the names and addresses the jewish children in the settlements that territory to serve As the basis for educational work among the scattered jewish communities there. This will be conducted by correspondence an elaboration the method installed in Washington state by rabbi Koch and in other districts by other super Quot visors. Instruction is Given without Cost to the parents. ? the department Synagog and school Extension is co operating with rabbi Koch in this work supplying literature and other assistance. If it f ? a go t Volunteer rabbi Louis d. Gross Akron o., has made frequent visits to the reformatory at Mansfield o., where a number jewish boys Are confined. Hymnals the gift the Central conference the american Babbie will be supplied by the department Synagog and school Extension. Or. Leon l. Good St in a Jar up a wifi a Maurel Samuels Axi amp Dis cussed the a free will a Elf Erin Rosh be hash Anat and omit kippur a Succoth hanukah and passover in each paper the aim thai writer we to describe the various objects and ceremonies with the Observance the occasion treated. In the f that followed Manv interesting Points As to the nature and historical development the ceremonials were brought out. At that meeting a report was also Given by the Delegate to the National federation convention at if Isaore v a Council sunni women loyalty to their country their Council and their members j marked the May Day luncheon the san Antonio Texas Section in Celebration the tenth anniversary the organization in the Ball room the Gunter hotel. Mrs. Eur Newberg organizer and Only president the Council presided As toastmaster introducing each speaker in appropriate i and mrs. Gelly Oppen Heimi a Lara e. M Finkelhor mrs. J. Up Hilura lies. And mrs. Samuel Gallinger. Appointed to represent the Council in the Congress women a clubs Western i Ensyl Vania i mrs. G Louis Amshel mrs. Marcus ? Spiro pm mrs. Leon Ball mrs. Louis Gordon miss Hannah and mrs Alice Bonn ? the were elected to1 the state federation meeting in Erie in october mrs Hannah Marks miss Miriam Schoenfeld mrs. And miss Rita St in a and mrs. Barnett Davis mrs Louis Amshel i pen by Davis a mis. F Henry a a me a he re. Theresa Tausig miss Gertrude Frank. As delegates to the triennial the National jewish women in Chicago in Tove Rabil were h ii a St mrs. Mrs. Jucoff mrs. Fechheimer i Liss Ellen Flors Heim mrs. Gusi Tel mrs. My m. Kano mrs. Charles be and i Rit s. S. Seiil we ii c. 1. At we i a a a. _ a i the Dallas Texa Section at the annual if a i litle Tefft offi Happy vein. Mrs. Herzberg conclude a in de i. President Taft and me n who gave him a medal. A it is a time friends when if it be we . M Joten up for our country our very own blood insists upon the jewish boys holding our sons it our Brothers our ibus hands a a a my a v v1 a. W i m my my a Wpm i was Jow it pc m a wat % my and fruitful in the history the order. The world War which is in every direction taxing a the resources abm wife and the pie arising therefrom Call for the highest order ability and the by Nai by Rith through . Kraus has proved itself equal to the emergency., since the incumbency . Kraus the order has doubled in membership a record which in itself would Mark an epoch in the history the order. Following is a Brief summary the history the first fifteen years the existence the i. O. B., As compiled by the late Julius Bien history the i. O. Oped into the congregation pm amp Nuel which under the leadership . Merzbacher introduced an in ii a a a amp Yax ask 5/ is it y a a it vat j a. Jou a a Rev a k pc it \ al t. Of a oct it to str it my Wilt a services and welcomes . Ssh a Volunteer services for in re ctr no these ? soldiers and sailors at the recent passover holidays rabbi Jacob s. Raisin Charleston s. C., had the soldiers and sailors then in the Vicinity invited to seder among the members. Of his congregation. On the first night All these soldiers and sailors and the students the local colleges were invited to and attended the services. J r prison welfare a a. 1 a i _ a rabbi Samuel a Abrams Kalamazoo Mich., has arranged to have weekly services f for the inmates the state prison. At Jackson Mich. Our sweethearts. This too the jew a for a will do Fop flu amp it pm i c our beloved America which has Ever been a Haven peace for the unfortunate persecuted i our i race from other lands. For the Star spangled Banner the jew will give up his All for in America he has the right f to live unmolested. Yes for this the greatest All countries he will glad j by Lay v??4? mrs. Eliza Levy introduced by mrs. Hertzberg As the youngest member gave the Toast a to the miss Levy spoke the ten years the Council and its efforts and paid glowing tribute to the president mrs. L. Goodman paid a tribute Loving re embrace to the departed members. He also conducts fortnightly ser race. A a a Xuc a Ling the religious school that meets a a v a a. Fruit \ president Temh in her seen with my Mon i the jewish order al Onmi brith to presented we with appreciation playoff la jbehal_0t the jew pm photograph Are Delius l Peyar iof Jyh Ork Jacohs with a St it Ulm a Simon proved divine service. The Congre Adoja a Kra my Chic Asfe id Ward if Cali a hat station first worshipped in a 5 Small in he Nelv Phi Kaffl Church which had been transformed into a Synagog in Chrystie Street but a few years later acquired a Large edifice twelfth Street where it remained until the new magnificent Temple fifth Avenue was ready for occupation. The next Lodge established was Lodge no 3, in Baltimore under the name a a Jeshurun in 1849 a number israelite in Cincinnati opened correspondence with the do i Ais Usu cull Snodon As it i Koffi a a in i a Lufft to al Felt my 1 to i Iii id inn n a Abtil Lloil int Dort r a every sunday. This is the first time in the history the state institution that the jewish prisoners have had religious a services. Vout s 1073 prisoners. 30 Are i jews rabbi Abr is had the co operation the women a auxiliary Temple Beth al Detroit ? a rabbi Leo % m. A Ink the -3 Council jewish women mrs. Nathaniel Harris from Many the state presidents from miss Ernestine Dreyfus executive Secretary the. General Council jewish women and from Many members and Felt the War sufferers3the officers elected were mrs. Hex Treffe. Re elected president mrs j lao4 land Auer a lit i amp Max 2d a vice pres. Mrs. Jui a Kahn Sodhi vice pres. Trs. Gerard Dreyfuss,l4th pres. Mrs. L. Rosenberg Faithf vice pres miss a Anna Job habit record-1 in Sec. Mrs.,sidney�jsencecor.% Sec mrs. Joe Utay Albert Mittenthal and ill Yonack aa-1 doors. The to erectors a Hal ? the period i 1917-19 Are mme f. But Maii ? h. Greenburg aug. Cahnt Coben Jonah i Filer and 8\ Nathan Mittenthal. Mrs. Emma diets was elected parliamentarian lire. #ie-1 Tor i Hexter re Tom Max to sea held were appointed Delegate to ? the i triennial Quot Craven Tiomi the a general Council to be held november m to is at Chicago mrs. A Kahn and miss Grace a Goldstein % were appointed al % Ternate. The Milwaukee Section at its meeting May 1 in Temple Emanuel Hall elected As president mrs. Emanuel a Freund face presidents Mes. 1ilx? Polacheck Charles l j Aarons if than Glicksma Fred g. Cramer friends were read by mrs. L. Good a Felt dig go Salt Man miss Marin b. Fenwick a a alled upon wot an Impromptu Toast if spoke fial % 4 m Rel amp Liberty in Philadelphia. It was the by Nai by Rith which inaugurated the movement against the White slave traffic and which was responsible for legislation correcting during the past five years the order has expended for charitable benevolent and educational purposes the sum $2,265,279.71. Ujj t ? the order was instrumental in Bringolf trabout the abrogation Oft be russian treaty. I it the order has been Active in immigration legislation which would operate to exclude by Means the literacy and other tests the victims persecution. Fish f the by Nai by Rith stands not for self Golden. .anniversary,.cele bration by Jacob Lodge no. 91, Syracuse n. Y. A a . Jaa. Mitchell about sixty years a to cd a fro in How order w a Vlf a 01 founding a 4odg$ 4n no by Ris a f tartly Sid that City. Henry Jones Baruch Rothsr to v a a saw child and Jacob Mulhauser visited the summer 1843, twelve lib 0incj Ninati and after a Tho thigh in eral minded men anxious to see Juda vektigatioi1 the surrounding Tern truly represented held a meet cations pm March 4, 1849, granted ing and with a Midi Effort a infilled Cal artery and the Day following their object and created a fraternity. Duly installed. Bethel Lodge no. 4. Their aim and purpose was to bring the Best elements among the Israel about an Elevation to a form a society Itee Cincinnati joined the 5 new upon the moral Union israelite Lod which by the Zeal and Intelli for their True principles Judaism a its meal it ers speedily exer which should exercise an influence Cigar a Beneficent influence Over the upon All who should come to Amer Community and spread the Fame Ica in the future As Well As upon those Jer throughout the Western who had already made this country country. Their 1 the next Lodge was he Broil Lodge. _. On november 1. 1843, the first Lodge no. 5, in be. York which establish a ikn1,v the Independent order by Nai de the first Library. 213 Baronne so treet nerf by Rith was opllind8-.?. 25, 1850, Jerusalem a a with Toast to the president the United states in a room Hung with National colors 150 members the in dependent order by Nai by Rith pledged5 anew their allegiance to the Flag and the government which it is the Symbol. The occasion was the Golden Jubilee Jacob Lodge no. 91 Syracuse n. A which celebrated with a banquet at the Temple the fiftieth anniversary its institution. Many matters relating to ? the welfare and growth the order were discussed by the various speakers but loyalty and Devotion to the principles freedoms a a a i a 8to a a a a. Effi c i e neg Aiby do Bill i tits res id eur a Jacob b. Kirohn Gold. Of con mrs. Hert bergs a who ? in 3earlyl Pliler Adali j Israel a Ling i amp Days had been presented for member ry., a Urvey he ship m�88if�pvri�?~�k. A the place is jewish prisoners in the detention institutions in his District. It was found that the state prison a Frankfort had no jewish prisoners and that the greens Dale reformatory had Only one. At the Temple to which All the jew Honor the Jhu Grani was Woodrow Wmma amp Resi Dent. Of the United states n mrs. Natl Goldsm gave this Toast Asi follow m a wot Edrol am al a president the to calf Sec mrs Quider Levy Tzeis mrs. Richarles reichenbaum auditor mrs a Berman a Jungle directors mom we amp Ramm a Hun pm hrs cube r a Edward Freschl a. Kick Hugo Leo Jehu owl Sluk Quot Ftp Mundyk for. F Harar Bam Ujj ear a four Henry Kudman. A talk was Given by Henry Campbell a journalism a in Quot which to de ult committed Zbyl any n rabbi Krohngold gave a Public seder United states. An inspiring sub gtd it i Bibb 1 lated Carer was no Sceini re run Raik Mai a i the Public . Jure to air so a in no a w Cejp Jurj t ? eve by ish stud Eric the local University a which to fully express his greatness were invited. The members the Las a man5and president. A needing congregation also invited the top the harsh criticism he received from dents to their Homes. The National federation Temple sisterhood fit a it i ish objects but for jewish thought a were emphasized in All Tbs addresses and sentiment and jewish influence recent political happenings in Russia for the betterment Mankind. Executive committee the order. Adolf Kraus president 1248 Tribune building Chicago 111. Lucius l. Solomons finst vice president Sharon bldg., san Francisco were looked upon As indicative a great step Forward in the struggle for emancipation a people who have suffered Long under distressing Condi i ions govern Eaife new sisterhood joins. F the jewish women a auxiliary Elkhart iind., has recently affiliated a Issy pm j mrs. Philip Horwich president and its. G. M. ? Meyers Secretary. Series interesting meetings with the National federation Emple sisterhood. The officer Are Many sides he still followed the dictates his own conscience shaping thu destiny America As he would his own child. A in his recent paper to have guided the faltering footsteps Congress asking that a state War with Germany be declared to exist. A pm per which will Gojo own Tami Fri Zodrow we Persy a Fly . Canp Btu a Are not Only responsible to the a Tui lie but Are Respoli re and Atal Edito is the exception who declines Ito i Ftp cent Good sound ?9h cism from the j Isaac Ruben Stein superintendent jewish charities to a i his work Amon Gilje poot an suggested tha the to unto a jewish women appoint la certain number women to visit among the a poor one Day a week. A i at the annual meting and a male Rochester fiction i a new York Lodge no. among Lodge no. 6 Cincinnati the first the charter members were we. Re English speaking Lodge the order cult nov Nau Reuben Roda her Isaac Rosen was formally opened by we. Renau eng 1 Simon sex offi Eio Woodward Burg Henry Jones and others. Or. Who had come from new York for Renau Quot wrote the first ritual. That purpose. Among the first Mem is 21 St october that year that Lodge were Lewis and ,. T the first Constitution and by Laws were Joseph Abraham. Abraham and Isaac �u1 1 a Awe District no. 1, Charles Hartman 24 new Chambers Street new York City. District no. 2, Jacob Furth 415 to District no. 3, Jacob Singer 1218 adopted together with the ritual. In Harris Morton s. Cohen and Jacob the Early Days All Ftfe business was a in v ,.,Ai we transacted in the German language after the revolution 1s4s in a a a we a and the society was known As a bund rope a Large number israelites16 v a Phi in a. In i a . I Gersbacher game came to this country who joined the ,.6 a dds so Elk a 1633 list it the hebrew title a a by Nai by Rith a order conspicuous among others a i a r \ ? r in Itra i i timor a a a to a do a Bui in the beginning the organization the next lodges established were a a a Dan imparted lessons As to the aim and Emanuel Lodge no. 7, in Baltimore i hah the knit objects the order in six degrees. I in 1859 har Sinai Lodge no. 8 and i a in a a to rho each lesson degree was lust rate a Lebanon Lodge no. 9, in the same i no 1m no me in ranged an entertainment to commemorate hanukah. The hanukah fair 25th anniversary Cerebra i was Given by the children the Sab Tion b. F. Peixotto Lodge. I Bath school. The fair was preceded one the most elaborate affairs in service a which was enacted by the the history the jews in Utah was pupils the school. Thor Money real held in the hotel Utah Salt Lake City i de from the Bazaar will be used to Utah in Celebration the Twenty j refurbish the Sabbath school room fifth anniversary g. F. Peixotto at the second meeting the current Lodge no. 421. The Celebration Eon j events Reading Circle insisted a banquet and Ball. The Hall heavy Snow storm there was a very was decorated with american flags j Large attendance. A discussion was and tables with Flowers. Or. Louis i held various events jewish in Marcus presided and introduced the Terest. At the open meeting offid by toastmaster. Or. L. Jacobs a charter ithe sisterhood . Mims spoke member the Lodge it who in his the subject a the proper books to opening remarks reviewed the history put into the hands my child. The the Lodge. Among the speakers speaker gave some practical Concrete were . Daniel Alexander whose advice As to which books it would be subject was . Ezra Best for parents to have their evil Bear discussed a brotherly love a and Dri it a read. Various musical numbers . Simon Shapiro spoke �?ohar-1 were rendered by members the rabbi we. Rice spoke the sisterhood. In addition miss Sadie a jews Utah a and . In. Wolff a Frank the present Delegate to the charter member the Lodge the convention religious school teach history son Rose to the supreme Heights statesmanship turning critics into admirers sceptics into believers and the following officers were enemies into friends. Thereby unit a rate Samuel pm the Rolie ious j school committee ill Dpi to t maintain the avowed j mar Adler second vice president mrs. The Temple sisterhood Nashville principles our forefathers and treasurer mrs. A David it tenn., mrs. Charles Cohn presiden preserve unsullied the Honor a amps. Arthur j. Joseph Secretary Are a a a and the glory our Flag. As corresponding secreted. A a fitting tribute to Joti Ftfe pm Tbs great j Meyers recording , mrs. Al est presidents the United states has Mer Robinson directory mrs. Henry Ever seen i propose that we Rise and a Hayes mrs. Rose Yva Termana mrs. Sing the song he and we love Best Meyer Jacobstein mrs. Oliver Oppen the Star spangled a Heimer. Plans were made for the up a All joined in singing a the Star spangled a fitting Climax i for to the 7ea� Gay these to the patriotic sentiments that had 19 been expressed throughout the course 1 ome the luncheon was the Resolution Jeen a pledging loyalty and service to the members the a Seq by at if Touitou president the United states As Fol pc a a was announced that Long has been raised by the members a the Council to pay m a inn omm Dii Law i we nil Sec the institution. In other cot their i i?3611�?T Tase has been rented at Summerville Iff Vns As Tor the Home. At the Home last s and Tolm i thirty families were Dekeni care at be i i pledge our Hearty one to me fr0in june i until septem we 1tco.nserv.ati<?n Ber 1. The time that the vacation Home non Qun fur �2o a j living simply was open 250 women a and and sanely serve the Best interests i were taken care . Each Iii Lei to atry Hurt put a a 1 permitted to stay at Home two crus. I Foyt. A copy tit Frais resold three weeks. Often a Mother and by examples and illustrations from year in the City new York. A a run. Unrur a bss11 for1<s� Melhei a different Tel it Onesti Tion was vadonl8 the b be Reni seen us by 1228 subject gov. Ralph ers gave a valuable report. De reels Weller the officers order tined Over eleven lodges Tribune bldg. Imago 111. Bamberger was the last speaker cd april Meetin Hugl Quot a a Erdei contain a court appeals the order. A among the thoughts that he expres�-1 the ladles Temple Guild Mer the subordinate lodges and for those a har Moriah Lodge no. 10 having the grand Lodge. The regalia in been established in december 1850, their shape and design referred to in in Philadelphia and Sheba Lodge a dents in jewish history distinctly 1 no. 11, in 1851, in new York pointed out in the lectures that a at the sessions the Oon Stititz companies the installation. Signs Tion grand Lodge held in the City want twi work aug tuft 25, the ing and altogether the ceremonials Days following a new Constitution attending the introduction member into the various degrees furnished the needed material for those Whoso minds could Best be impressed by forme symbols and a mystery gradually developing a Clear exposition the past and the Mission Israel. A a no More instructive and effective Way could have been conceived at a time when other Means were wanting to teach and enlighten those who deprived the advantages better education were deplorable ignorant the history and traditions their the City new York was made the seat i the grand Lodge. % the officers consisted the grand Nasi abhor president grand Aleph vice president the grand Sopher Secretary the grand Baal a Ginsch treasurer thee grand Cohen if the grand Levy 4 the grand Shomer guardian and others subordinate rank All whom were elected for one year. 4 the grand Lodge met quarterly in the months november february May and a gift Tugus was Eon older Edrhea annual meeting Tjhan Ges ill the Constitution were made a the order was adopted and a charter was issued for District grand Lodge no. 1, located in new York and District grand Lodge no. 2, to be Lov led was that the jew should guard id Jan it miss., miss Annie Rothenberg Well his reputation for while he May president and mrs. A. Brill Secre District no. 1. Chas. A Stern is t a if a a a a al Zyl the meet lag before 505 St. Paul bldg., Cincinnati rated in the City Cincinnati. The Nat. Bank bldg., Atlanta a. Lately necessary that the jews prove passover by a special program which a credit to him. Included a poem the singing pass Over hymns and a paper pass Choice a minister. Lover ceremonies in the Home their it is easy to get a minister whose contribution to scholarship Cam services Are gym Mac worse. Noth a q District la a a e. I Ogaard h 9i� Hattte it it und jul cml it prudent s,8, a a can. N. Pearl Street Albany n. Y. District no. 2, Leon Block 726 new York life bldg., Kansas City to. District no. 3, Isidore Rosenthal Lancaster a. District no. 4, Edward i. Wolfe 630 Mills bldg., san Francisco Cal. Wit 1 several her children were taken Iirth r we. Jerz prf�?~8,Dent care to the same time. A lowing a resolutions the business meeting Madame Cara in addition 10 .,.bieop. L Captain Boston gave a recital an anniversary Celebration a dmm so. The Leo ? Levy. Pital at hot Springs. Ark., in it Treffil the atlant. 0a,hath mrs. A. Gumberts was a feature. Tinted its in educational a Mary Bernstein presi pare will protect an inexpert in Nicil following officers were elected for the if District no. 6, Sigmund livings ton 1 Church from a Dent and mrs. St. Michelson Secre Constitution grand Lodge Henry i Bloomington 111. 1322.4 no Kwh 5 a tary. Has forwarded $5 to the he , grand Saar . L. Merzbach District no. 7, Charles Jacobson Dimter. Do not to Ftp inviting brew Union College scholarship . Deputy grand Saar i Rosen Little Rook Eren to to lilt Treu Gnu you a the sisterhood is in let let Bourg. Grand Mentor Isaac Ditten-1 District to. 8, . Hugo Kotul till y11?�?, �j�8 no. A. This r District contributed a Hoefer grand treasurer. Joseph Ochs Bell Alliance Platz 68,. Berlin Ger. 1f. A a 10 Yul a a 8�?o�?o? Complete scholarship $300 to the grand Secretary. The following com District no. 9, . I. Niemi rower a hebrew Union College last year. This posed the Council Kenim Baruch Anton pan Strada no 12, Bucharest 010 7� a 01 scholarship is known by the name Rothschild William Renau h. Heine Roumania. G it i a Atar poacher. Be Only a m contributing sisterhood. Man Reuben Rod Ackt Henry Kling in strict no. 10, . Heinrich Rouen we w a Fly map Mietla devoted to ceremonial Art Valentine Koon. J. Hecht and m. Baum Prague Austria. Seek for a Monist fico will be Faith devoted to ceremonial Art. Schwab. District no. 11, a. Seelenfreund 2?,toc.,u a it a no in by inter0, recent meet my Temple s a at the my pts air it the and in the sberal interpretations Gram was Given covering the subject briefly summarised the work the 8090�?olns�odgl� 1jsratlons religion. Call my Hie record not Quot jewish v ceremonial objects in to. Relat in a to the general Onier de a a ample Terni in a not a a hire this kind program is part the rfcs establish and main-1 term led and All Minera that con we for year Youin lakes Meu Fth work the by Nai by Rith. Mrs. Gumberts reported having re a work ? the regular weekly open Bible Cei Ved about $70 and much handsome class meets regularly. The education Linen. Covers were Laid for 130 guests committee has it also arranged some prior to the luncheon a concert excellent talks and readings which give some the Council Mem-1 were much enjoyed.? the p monthly bes and Mufit Cal friends furnished i meetings have been interesting and two hours m entertain instructive and Well Civ mint. The program was Given in Arlic work the. Counts i stands always Hugo it fee by each performer with assist and its most recent mrs. Edward Sachs presiding at the a work in this line was to obtain Mem piano. Quot a ? a a Ibers for the red Cross a the budget for the philanthropic order is As follows gains hospitals schools Ltd Phap any Cern the order at Large Are considered. Rin ser a 1 k v Tir get i Folt wat inn tar the ���.0 Luis Homes for the aged libraries f. that the relation May be terminated National federations for the purpose free employment bureaus another 5 8 a a Ijlal for the Relief the distress p in Germany there Are one More Eft in All parts the United Quot states lodges in every Large City the same pm Bonn tries and in in Austria and Roumania. There Are three months notice from either a re acquainting the jews with jew Side. ?. The directors have no de is ceremonial Art. At the meeting sire to control your Choice. Their in new Orleans mrs. Isador j. Jacob desire is that the churches shall have son spoke a Tell Lime Mes. Eur the Orient. Lodges in England Servia the my no Stem they want but they i Gene h. Gut Mph Albert j. Simon and in every great emergency such a Buu Greece a a Ift Riand and one i must insist that the shall be minis-1 Charles 4 Godchaux spoke respectively the Chicago fire the Chamis Tili Earth Flogel in Denmark several in pales tens Good character and reasonable ? a a Mezuzah a i a Friday evening quake the Galveston tidal wave the Tine with District grand lodges in Register. The annual meeting the Pitts world has not yet been completed. One Burg. Pa., Section was held May 1. In i Huff Ifft dollars has been sent to the the. Fort Pitt hotel with sessions War sufferers and a late Attoun wih both morning and afternoon and a Allf Given to the immigration Aid fund lunch soft reports were Given by 43 p business schola Riipa and these committees and an address was made Essary books have been Given. Milk by rabbi t. Coffee Chicano. Former and bread have been Given tally to by Pittsburg. A Resolution adv the free i kindergarten at Quot the Alliance eating reasonable Economy in dress last Winter new indoor gift were fur was adopted. Mrs. Enoch Rauh was wished pts to kindergarten. We re elected president the Council fori year an outdoor equipment Wililie be Tami fourteenth year. It other officers i Given. Materials have been donated elected were. Mrs. A j. Fechheimer to Ltd the Little girls sewing class and mrs.? so Cecera hymn pm books sunday and mrs. M. Ruslander vice-1 Scholt it my it a i Fri for ii aking president mrs. S. S. Hoffheimer. Re-1 garments for the am been act cording Secretary mrs . In a a Many a society students financial Secretary miss Rita Otteen Aid fund Tallulah corresponding Secretary mrs. Henry j for incurable Home for old Fomen Finkelpearl treasurer. Mrs. E. A a it Yms a a Bercu and Fth Lasares auditor % directors to serve Phi kindergarten wih be i it raft two years mrs. M. Block mrs. Lou-1 a thaber mrs. Morris Baer mrs. Care p visits and treat have been made to Sunstein. Mrs. Ferd Newman Varl Oitt tote Lions at Eft free ? e. T. Tfx Athan Tai Ismai it Merit Havid iary pm

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