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The American Israelite (Newspaper) - May 17, 1917, Cincinnati, OhioMiame race n i Ltd Olgr i 1s i Sivh 1 Quot a i 1 i a Ihor pm w a mask ammo i. R Ihmi 9 w Salt a it ave a t it my by a a we wawwimwwi.f1iwl,l my a floss who w 11 e. Third Street Dayton Ohio recounts merchants manufacturer. And individuals solicited. = a a a = s National bad Trust and savings Bank 9 East third Street Dayton Ohio in our savings department we accept deposits from i a a $t.0onp paying in per cent. Presti by Nai by Rith convention. Sixty fifth Anual meeting District grand Lodge no. H at Cincinnati a a commencingmay0i f District grand Lodge no. 2, inde a it m i tank a Law delegates hotel Gibson 2 00 p. M., visiting ladies will be taken to fort Thomas Kentucky to witness the soldiers Drill 6 00 p. M., return visiting ladies to hotel Gibson. Pm 1 4 committees. The reception irad entertainment pendent order b Nal Bolth. Win meet in charge two com la Amual convention next Suntay mimes a m�0��� morning May 20, at hotel Gibson Cincinnati o., remaining in session until tuesday evening inclusive. The Alfred Cohen chairman Victor following delegates have been named Abraham. A. And Gatab Oscar. A. By the lodges Berman Lawrence l. Bing Isaac a a the Cincinnati,coh-1 f1? often Gotthard Deutsch Arthur l. A j \ k prank. Leonard h. Freiberg Ben l�? p j�nk.fn8��?~�?o Friedman Harry h. Friedig hts Dupel s. Heyn Harry j. Mail d. May Moses Schwab. It Bernhard Freiberg Leonard h. Frei Bei Philip s. Frieder Benjamin Friedman Harry h. Friedman . Grossmann. T it ii Mavuin / Rry a. To Ean i Qai Iterman i Daniel s. Heyn will. I. Hilb Eilton to h Lazarus Joseph e Meyers Hurtig Charles Israel Alfred Jon s5�i1 i q a a Pic a it Albert f. Levi Harry j. Levi to Moses Mandel g. S. Rosenberg. Louis Eph Samuel Lipsch h. S. Cleveland to 1 Louis Wolsey s i Livingston Alfred Mack Leslie v. Schels wer d a Hub he j Marks Max d. May Herbert c. Out Kornhauser f w Oil Weidenthal pm Tinger William Ornstein Alfr e. A a gift i f t n a a Reinauer David n. Rosenbaum a c. Bloch a. Lewenthal Max e. Meis-1 a ears. .1 facts established la a i 1880. Ita by ,. A. A fend by to to a always. A Mem mks my a a m l v a 1 a Ita a a i t c so r. a Sec Ara &Quot.,1 a a he Wmk. V a a hmm it al warm if a a a a. A a a Ira a a a f Missouri St. Louis Karl Vets Burg jts pm Stampfer Arnold Loew Enstein a. L. Levi Samuel i. Siff than Rosenbaum Sidney Rosin Moses Schwab Isidor Wise Leo Wise. Ladies committee. Mrs. Bernhard Freiberg chairman 4-piece bedroom suite a As flu started for Ben l. Shiffrin Samuel Thurman i mrs. Lawrence l. Bing mrs. Isaac Louis d. Steiner a. B. Frey a. A it Bloom mrs. Alfred Cohen miss better Chas. Rederer. Hannah Cohen mrs. Gotthard Deutsch Call and get one our Small savings Banks this be Evansville ind., Silas Ich mrs. Samuel s. Einstein mrs. Henry Onhauser Isidor Kahn Clarence I englander miss Felicia Frank miss Kahn. Helen Frank mrs. Leonard h. Frei Ibn Ezra St. Louis Leon Cohen i Berg mrs. J. Walter Freiberg mrs. Ii Shep. R. Evans Joseph Michaels Samuel Rosenfeld Samuel Sale Maurice j. Schweich. Eshcol Dayton . Sidney g. Kus Harry h. Friedman mrs. Daniel Heyn mrs. William Hilb mrs. Harry Jacobs mrs. Jacob h. Kaplan . Kaufman Kohler mrs. Harry j. Levi worm d. Lefkowitz Jos. Lehman mrs. Alfred Mack mrs. Leslie v. Harry Lehman Isaac Yassenoff. Marks mrs. Max d. May mrs. Sam the Kimes co. Indianapolis ind Louis j. Borin Uel Mayer mrs. Henry Moses mrs. Am David mrs. Alfred e. Reinauer miss Sophie Rosenbaum mrs. Lester Rothschild. Mrs. Percy Shields mrs. H. George Sickels miss Bessie sins Mer mrs. Flag raising. Manufacturers pcs j j water motor pumps electric and Power driven deep and shallow Well pumps for Domestic use electric cellar Drainers Etc. ? 35 St. Clair Street Dayton Ohio compliments is Dayt it a. Ohio Bash a ind patriotic Demona traction Temple grounds at Cincinnati. A a he pm. Hotels. Hotel Pierrepont Atlantic City n. I. A to a Salt water Baths capacity 400 All modern conveniences mrs. Gerson l. Kahn Stein Isidor Feibelman Adolph Bic card Eph. Levin a. H. Goldstein Feuerlicht. Eek Beracha it. Wayne ind., Isi Dor Lehman a. L. Woina Tein. Zion Columbus o., Jos. S. Korn-1 Theresa Strauss mrs. Leo Wise. Fold e. J. Sab amp Farber Robert Lazy rus i. B. Sashenosky Louis Kahn. Joseph St. Joseph mo., Louis Bernstein Samuel Hassenbusch Simon Binswanger. Sholem Leavenworth kan., Morris Abeles Edw. Sickel. Gan Eden Terre haute ind., i. Marcuson i. L. Goodman s. J. Goldstein. Barzillai Lafayette ind., Harry h. Atlases. Hagar Madison ind., William Isaacs. A a Wmma a Harmony Paducah ky., Lee j. Levinger Moses Simon. Denver a col Milton l. Anfenger s. Friedenthal Arthur f. Friedman David h. Harlem Joseph h. Harrison Ernst Morris Sig Strauss Samuel r. Zwetow. Toledo . Alexander j. Silverman j. J. Kobacker Lou Frank s. H. Frank sol. H. Calisch Harry Lelson. Kansas City Toj. L. Lorie Leon Block Philip Schier h. H. Mayer Herman Stern Fred Goldman. Gihon Zanesville o., a. Loeb. Etz Chaim Vincennes ind., Daniel Oestricher. Asher Owensboro ky., Louie d. Raer. Queen City Sedalia mo., Slyvan Kahn. Afif Elf my a Riverside Louisiana mo., Max Michhal. §?-.� a a Bisi Lexington by not named. Gilbert Phi Undene. Ligonier Frfd Irvin Jacobs. Albuquerque n. Amboise Bergman Gustave r. Rosenberg. Mahoning Youngstown o., Emanuel Hartzell Louis Ozersky. Colorado Springs colom. K. Pueblo Coll. U. Guggenheim Herman cities Joplin mo., William Fleischacker h. Hurwitz Weiler. J. E. Rosenwald Las vegas n. M., Charles Green Clay. Beth Horon Kansas City kan., Max Melensky a. Brenner. Topeka Kan Benjamin Barnum. Springfield Ignace Glaser. Akron Henry d. Fuerst Maurice Krohngold Louis d. Gross. In genuine mahogany quartered Golden Oak $90.0g for i5�ipsiittc american Yatell is an example the Many Pleim values we a4pp�np month in completa suites and individual pieces for the a. A a a Ivy a. It a ,. a Quot a 3 a . L a r. Ai1.,. It / a it g 4� a a. A v1� / w to a xxv a a r a v a a a. To but Ujj l Jyi. A a a a a 1 it f1 a w n living room Library dining room and be Roqia a june pts a Are about to a Purchase established housekeeper who is planning to refer Felt rooms to Purchase individual pieces will find much to interest thelml hip and find our prices the lowest in the City. We invite inspection and comparison and will be pleased to show you without Impo tuning you to buy. Ii us Ito a fifth floor we Wim my i seventh race and Shiu Itol places a is i a b m % 3j it wimm it. A re a % t in Rarra Atlantic City a newest and finest fire proof hotel. On the Ocean front. A House changing features and refined atmosphere with capacity for 1,200 guests. Hot and cold sea and fresh water in All Baths. American and european plans magnificent restaurant. French cuisine. Daily concerts in a hotel promenade. Fis k Bros monuments. 4016-29 up runs grow Avo. Amp phone Park a. S betrothed rent at Charleroi Mich., 8-room cottage has two Baths equipped with laundry stationary tub screened porch a situated Lake Michigan. Address mrs. J. H. Campbell 113 River Street Charlevoix v for rent season 1917 a. A i to a a by a. It t a a a i cottage at cup Levoix Mich. A Addra Jfe Sig. Rhein Stwora 1406 Union Trust bldg. Cincinnati for rent clue void Mich. A Decker cottage. Ainslee Avenue one door to Offik a wide 12 rooms with stationary. Washstand and bathroom second floor. Bedrooms and Bath first floor. Apply to p8 miss Madeline Newburgh 2327 Upland place Cincinnati a the l Wise amp Bros. Co. 36.m�lnstreet, Cincinnati \ hides fur Ipa Iol Weilage Steide dealers in Ohio. L 020.20 race Street. Brown Weiss. Or. And mrs. Nathan Weiss 1222 Madison Avenue new York announce the engagement Jet air daughter Mildred to . Joseph Brown Scranton. Jacob Slusky. Mrs. Ida Slusky announces the engagement her daughter Sara to . Aaron Jacob All Baltimore. .�1 level a a Ian e . And mrs. S. Maisner 785 e. 90th Street announce the engagement their daughter Sylvia b., to . William e. Levey All Cleveland Ohio. A a a Ross Gold pan. Or. And mrs. S. 4643 Woodlawn ave fee Chicago announce the engagement their daughter Ruth Muriel to . Ross san Francisco Cal. V he brew Calendar 5677ref a 1916-17 september 28, 1916�?september 16, 1917 printed in Large Clear to Bond paper without Ary advertising it ii matter in Handy pocket avg cloth cover a Sulu to Reg it a la my a ? with bunk me Mound pages 32 h my Mew stiff paper cover other Wue May Plain paper Covell 16 pna/3 Mats in Lotf kindly accompany orders with a drink Wagner so Elters Vichy Lithia Waters Bloch publishing co Muncie in not named. Bellaire Max l. Herzberg. Lima Not named. V Steubenville . Leopold. Mansfield not named. A program. The convention will be called to order sunday morning May 20, in the ballroom hotel Gibson. After an invocation by rabbi Louis Bernstein St. Joseph mo., there will be addresses Welcome by Hon. James Cox governor Ohio mayor George Puchta and Joseph h. Levi president the local Lodge. Response will be made behalf the grand Lodge by first vice president Louis Borinstein Indianapolis. After organization the morning will be Given up to the Reading the presidents. Report and miscellaneous business matter. There will be no afternoon evening session. On monday morning the invocation will be by rabbi Feuerlicht Indianapolis. There will be no afternoon session As the afternoon will be Given up to the various committees to enable them to prepare Quot their reports. There will be an evening session however at eight clock. On tuesday morning the invocation will he by rabbi Max pm. Merritt Evansville. All unfinished business will be disposed officers elected for the ensuing term and a meeting place for 1918 selected. The convention will close with a Benediction by rabbi David Lefkowitz Dayton. For the entertainment the visiting delegates and their ladies the following program has been prepared saturday informal reception to the delegates and their ladies hotel Gibson 8 30 p. Sunday 1 00 in. M., luncheon to visiting ladies hotel Gibson 1 30 p. M., luncheon to delegates and past presidents hotel Gibson 4 00 p m., Auto ride through the City and us their ladies visit to the hebrew Union ago the stirring words the song in raising the american Flag the Rockdale Avenue Temple grounds at Cincinnati last sunday morning was most impressive. A the Iron Flag pole and Flag were presented to the congregation by the members the confirmation class and the children the religious school. The children marched from the school building to the grounds preceded by a Troup boy scouts. The exercises began with the Call for Assembly by the boy a scouts. The Flag was presented in the name the confirmation clap he miss Jean Hoffheimer. Daughter judge Harry Hoffheimer who a spoke As follows i a we have gathered Here today. Or. President to expression to our loyalty and Devotion to our j9gf we Mimm a your beloved country is at War and in times like these it is right that we renew our Faith fun god and invoke his help his guidance. A for countless Ages the children Israel wandered homeless the face the Earth at last to find a Happy Refuge Andjel Haven in this blessed land Liberty and it is. Therefore Especial her fitting that we above All others sri Cate ourselves to those undying principles for which the immortal Washington fought and which the martyred Lincoln preserved for us under our glorious Banner. A in this land men dwell together in h Amity. . 9 a there the blessings Freedom abound. A there civil and religious Liberty Are the portion even the a i. A there no tyrant rules but the people reign supreme and True democracy proclaims All men Brothers May our Flag Lead the world out darkness and gloom even As a pillar fire led our fathers in Days old May it continue the Flag Hope the Flag courage top Flag free men god bless it a and watch Over and bless &1p those who uphold it in Honor a emr. President in the name my classmates the confirmation class and a my schoolmates the religious school i hand filter to you As the representative Bur congregation this Flag the Emblem Impf the president the congregation col. Max Silberberg accepted the Flag with these words my a behalf the k. K. Bene Israel congregation i accept Frith than kit this precious gift the Emblem love Liberty and righteousness coming from the youths who have been taught the principles True patriotism and Devotion to our country and our Flag this awakens in the hearts All a deeper love for the Flag and a desire to live the principles taught in its Beautiful colors and formation. A there has never been a time in the history our Republic when the Prin a bes in which it exists have been More emphasized and the teachings amp Flag More broadened ipod More intensified than now. There has never been greater need vigilance and patriotic teachings than now. A to. Our Borders May come vast hordes belligerents to the menace our government. Our duty is now to give to our country from among the boys and girls an army god led. Clear eyed Broad Visioned men and women ready if need foe to did for our country and our Flag. A your opportunities Are great our responsibilities imperative. May the lord our god bless you All Sii psf after the Flag was raised the children spoke the pledge to the Flag and thereupon the entire company joined in the singing it the Star spangled ban n Efi �,��1$ . Philipson delivered an address a the spirit he said to up. A few years More than a Century racy which have brought Blessing to us and All the world. A this inspiring ceremony is very significant. Our children the guardians and builders the future have presented this Flag and it has been accepted in the name the congregation by our honoured president a representative a glorious past for he was one that ipg company who fought during Tbs i a struggle to preserve the Union that the Flag symbolizes. Past and seated thus by our Veteran and our children have met in Loving Devotion to our american ideals and our Faith in democracy. The past the present is troubled font if ours be the same Faith that preserved the fathers if our children a be the same Devotion As marked the men and women �?T76 and �?T61, the future is As Safe a the past. I have no doubt that this will prove to be the Case for our congregation the oldest existing american jewish congregation West the Atlantic Seaboard which during the ninety three years it life has been distinguished for its american spirit pledges $1�ffyaith anew today to the pure and lofty principles which our country stands for in the family Nat a. this hour our county i Neil we will heed the Call Freedom for the world the great Enterprise upon which we Are now embarked and in in grudge ing Devotion our Young and our old our children and our sires our men and our women will be found ready when called upon to do their share toward keeping this the land the free the Home the Brave Over which in Majestic Beauty shall wave forever and Ever More the Flag our love the Banner our the exercises were dispersed throughout with the singing patriotic songs by 1 the a children Anaf the audience a despite the very inclement weather about one thousand f people were William Funke a Ftp pure Gigg milk and Cream cows fed the most healthful food Lilii ? sunday iap9l a ? Good returning same Day ii sgt dish 2mi�uimk and return isl Elf a t Shelbyville and return. .1.600 Greensburg and returni.-40 Batesville and return $1.10 3755-�p�ards Roab i a Hyde Park a a a a train leaves Central opinion station at7 l5. 1 i ticket offices. N. E. Cor fourth and Vine its. Central Union St it a f. H. Wupper g. A. A d. Special women a 4 _ a a. A ,.4., philippine Haford a Bro dered undercut Dirini beginning monday we place Sale a special Shipmen a a a Ltd ends u Nilde the Bro dered in the philippine islands. Every garment is Cut american patterns 90 is made to it. This Dainty under Muslin Are very i Perial. Gowns Dainty Nain Sook aph scalloped Edge each $1.98 a Rdo Chemise a very Large a Formento Nain Sook envelopes in pretty Floral punch and Many other . A v gowns Nain Sook in Dainty design and Plain ocal to lop Edge each pfc quote a gowns women s heavy Nain Sook gowns with Plain Scal Iii Edge each a in a vim $2.98 gowns a Square round neck Empire effects Dainty Scallop and ribbon trimmed each Refl Liry $3.25 new i prettily embroidered each 1 gowns a tilt $p8 Plain Chemise made splendid a a a a ii ii my excellently la women a Chemise daintily scalloped neat designs to hem Bottom each. Up a a a a envelope Chemise Plain Scallop top and Bottom envelope a he Mise also Dainty Floral to a a he a h r i in a special for monday in boys Wash suits College 7 00 p. M., dinner at hotel Gibson followed by Musicale informal dancing. A 4londayr 10 00 a. M., the ladies will be escorted to various Points interest in the City 12 30 p. A. Luncheon to a the ladies. Zoological gardens 1 00 p. A. Luncheon to Dele Gates hotel Gibson 3 00 p. M., the ladies will visit Rook Wood pottery. 8 00 p. A. Reception 11 entertainment for ladies at the Home which we joined immediately upon the unfurling the Flag the free were written by a great american in a burst enthusiastic loyalty. During that Century Star upon Star has be in added to the number that designated the original thirteen states until Row forty eight Sovereign commonwealths joined in one great Bond Union Are symbolized by our gloriously Beautiful Banner. In these Davs that Are by log menus souls As they and s. Leslie to. Marks to 4�mch were tried in the year a the Revo the guests will be taken i Auto Flo a Lution and the Civ War. That Flag bikes i i tuesday 10 00 a. M., visiting ladies will be taken through the a business District and 1 afforded a panoramic View the i suburbs i and Quot Kentucky the Tower the Union Central 12 30 p. A. Lunch Eon to vow Chi Dies the business menus club 1 00 p. M., a in a Abs to the Frol symbolizing the american spirit. Is floating from a school and Church a from Home. And counting office building and from factory throughout the land. It Speaks a language that we All understand. The language loyalty and Devotion to our beloved country and to the institutions Freedom and de sizes for boys from 2% to 9 years. Every suit is new and fresh made up dependable materials excellent styles and smart patterns. All colors Are guaranteed. This is an exceptionally Low Price for garments this Quality. See them Mort Day without fall. A u films Hifp film packs and plates developed free when a to i. ,. F pm. A. 1. I. .3. J \. A .3 leave your film with us by 9 a. M., and we will develop and print the films and have your pictures ready for delivery toy 5 p. fthelime Day. I All work guar a prints up to size f a 5x7 inches. 1 each it prompt attention Given mail orders. Our Stock Kodak promos cameras and brownies is always Complete. There1 is every size every Price. Films film packs and plates always new and fresh m Vii a a. A a it a a r. 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