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The American Israelite (Newspaper) - November 4, 1920, Cincinnati, Ohio there to to be Light. Volume 67cincinnati Ohio november 4, 1920. Number 19. At the last. By Philip Bourke Marston. Because the shadows deepened ver ii a because the end of All seemed near Forsooth a her Pra Clous spirit Ever Quick to truth. Hail pity on her Bond slave even on me. She came in with the Twilight noiselessly. Fair As a Rose immaculate As truth she leaned above Ray wrecked and wasted youth 1 Felt her presence which i could not see. A a Jod keep you my poor Friend a i heard her say and then she kissed my dry hot ups and eyes. Kiss thou the next kiss quiet death i Pray be instant on this hour and so Surprise my spirit while the vision seems to stay take thou the heart with the hearts Paradise. Third triennial con mention Council of Yong menus hebrew and Kindred associations the third and thus far most Imi it Ort ant triennial convention of the constituent associations of Young menus hebrew and Kindred associations was held in new York on the evening of the 23rd and the Day of the 24th of october. Approximately 2.�?Tio delegates from the associations through i out the country were present. Associations sent one Delegate for every r 0 l members in tie organizations. The most important business before die convention was the empowering of the Hoard of mangers of tiie a ounce to proceed with a merger of the Council Ami the jewish welfare Board. Tie Resolution empowering tie Board of managers in this regard and outlier important resolutions follow 1. Ite Solomi that the Board of managers of tie concil of Young menus hebrew and Kindred , with six other persons to be elected and added to the Board of managers for that purpose be aut Lior sized and empowered to enter into an agreement wit i the Jewis i welfare for Tjie conduct of their Vork a by a joint examination of 42, 21 from the Council and 21 from the jewish welfare Board and for that purpose to secure and adopt appropriate Amend merits in its charter and constitutions and to adopt a new Constitution bylaws rules and regulations for the government of the business and the management of the affairs and the Choice Powers and duties of the officers and agents of such joint Orga Lwi Tion and in conjunction with such outlier persons As May be associated with them under the provisions of the Constitution and by Laws made and adopted in accordance with this Resolution to do and perform All tilings in the government and management of the and affairs of the said organization Wahidi May lie entrust ii to them under the provisions of the said Constitution and by Laws. 2. Whereas the associations affiliated with tie comic in of Young menus hebrew and kind Reid associations have always in the past endeavoured to perform to the Best of to Weir ability their functions As agencies for Aine Riccini nation of the foreign bom and , the y. M. H. and Kin tired , because of their capabilities for absorbing on a basis of Equality tie foreign bom into Ali Etc Niendiek slip and whereas the y. M. H. and Kin tired organizations can congenitally to the fore bom perform the function of agencies in the various Fields of other than the economic Field therefore be it resolved that this convention recommend earnestly to the Council of Yutung menus hebrew and Kindred associations the development after investigation of a definite program on work with the new immigrants and on work with tie foreign bom in general in the Field of americanization. 3. Whereas there is in exist Eric nil organization known As the a Lionel association of y. M. H. And k. Secretaries and whereas this body through its de Lili rations and its membership is Ntim Ihle of rendering great service to the Council of Young menus hebrew and Kindred associations in laying the foundations for scientific and efficient Jewis i work and Ali areas the National association of y. M. H. And k. A. Secretaries at its last chm option held july 7th, Plum ugly july 11th, 1920, its willingness to lie of the utmost service to Quot Ilie Council of Young men s hebrew i Quot i i Kindred associations he it it solved that Liis convention urge Tio a Uncil to invite tie conference of y. M. H. And k. A. Secretaries to to operate wit i the Council in Suomi i ainu i As the Council sees fit. A Plum Cas Liere is a necessity for it Etc of army and Navy work with jewish men in the service find a Lineas tie army and Navy Coni omit the of the Council found it and Zuntag Cozik in the prosecution of kids Erk to Issue army and Navy Neui Quot Oishi is permitting the Liol aers of Toh of Leml Pership cards to enjoy temporarily the facilities of y. M. H. Oear which Uliey were stationed be it resolved that this convention recommend to the Council the re Stab Lisle intent of Arriey and Navy y. M. H. A. Of Inbe ships. Whereas it has been the policy Aivas of the constituent organizations of tie Council to co operate with local Synagog tier Ever and whenever possible be it Ite solved that the Board of Man be used to communicate with Central conference of american Bis the Union of american he Stew congregations the United syn a Kog of America the Union of Ortho a vl8h congregations and such Ether bodies As the Board of Mana see fit with reference to is Lamshing a co operation Between to in a a a a a tue ent Synagog and rabbinic Mem of these organisations to the a us Liat the Synagog met be used ror Extension work of like y. M. H. , and that in turn the rabbis and the Synagog might have the advantage of using the y. M. H. for the Extension of religious activity. 6. Whereas the constituent organizations of this Council have found a pro it Asling need for a specialized department of the Council for Junior work be it resolved that this convention recommend earnestly to the Board of managers and the Council the establishment of a special department in the National organization for Junior work. 7. Whereas both laymen and professional workers in the Field of y. M. H. And k. A. W Ork have always fell the necessity for better trained a m. Hand k. A. Secretaries be it resolved Ebat this convention recommend to the Council and the Board of managers that they exert Belr utmost efforts toward establishing such a school or toward establishing adequate training facilities. S. Resolutions were adopted expressing sympathy for and offering cooperation with the following organizations re Ltd , near East Relief and Ine rican jewish Relief. 9. Resolutions of sympathy were adopted addressed to the families of or. Jacob h. Schiff and col. Harry Cutler. Phe following were re elected to the Board of managers or. Felix m. Warburg new York Ity judge Irving Lehman new York City or. Jacob a Loeb Chicago judge m. C Sloss Han Francisco. The following were elected in Midi ton to the Board of manage a is . Felix Fuld Newark Freil m. Bezel Detroit Benj. S. Washer Vouis Volle water Freund St. Louis miss Bertha Berkowich Baltimore j. L. Wiseman Boston Leon j. Hermayer Ali Ladelphia. A surgeon in France by or. Charles Goodman new York. On the 4th Day of May 1917, i volunteered for Active service in the medical Reserve corps of the United states army. On tie 19th of May i re it lived Iny commission As Captain but not until August 1st was i called to duty. At that time i was assigned to the Rockefeller Institute for re sear i and training and there i remained for three weeks when i was officially requested to organize a reinforcement for base Hospital no. 2, then in France. Base Hospital no. 2 consisted of the unit sent to France by the pre Yte Rian Hospital of new York in May 1917. It was the third american military organization to touch French soil and had begun its overseas service some two weeks even before the arrival of general Pershing pc god amp a to the shortage of British Hospital units this organization had been turned Over to the Briti Sli army and had taken Over no. 1 general Hospital b. E. F., at etre Tat Normandy. In pursuance of my instructions i reported for duty at u. S. Anny Hospital no. 1 of new York City on August 27th. I was entirely inexperienced in military work and anticipated much diff Tilty in organization hampered As i was by red tape we hich was entirely incomprehensible to me. In View of this i went to colonel i Ards of the Eastern department governors Island and asked him for lie him to sign Are me one of his experienced non commissioned officers. I found colonel Richards Well disposed but cynically inclined. He told me that it would probably take me three months to get together the nine offi it ers forty six men and thirty nurses which were to compose my outfit. He also said that he could spare no Mien and that i must Cope wit i the task alone. I did so and within ten Days the unit was Complete. The chief difficulty i had in procuring men was the fact that the draft Law would not permit the voluntary enlistment of any Man eligible for the draft hence i had to fall Back on whatever men i could procure who were Over age under age or otherwise unacceptable to the authorities. I May say that the results we Ere highly satisfactory and i have every reason to be proud of my command. Some three weeks were now taken up with that endless source of discomfort army paper work drilling and the Effort to procure equipment which was becoming at that time increasingly difficult on september 30th, however an instance occurred which brought matters to a head. As officer of the Day i refused to admit several cases of diphtheria to the Hospital which had been sent from the Camps near new York where there were slight epidemics of both diphtheria and measles. Complaint was made because of my refusal to admit these men and i replied that i would not submit my organization then awaiting orders for overseas to the possibility of contagion. This resulted in orders from Washington to Clear All casual in nits out of army Hospital no. 1 ii jul on october 1st i departed with my reinforcement for the overseas casual Camp on governors Island. Tie were then and had been All luring this period undergoing training at kills Island. We stayed Only two lays at this Post and on oct Jer 3rd we were taken in a transport to tie steamship Ceiro icon like new York Side of the River vhf to we embarked for France. Just before the time of sailing we were notified that major general s a Ott at that time chief of staff was to Cross on the same vessel. General Scott a adjutant seeing the non sink Able suits with which my officers and nurses were provided asked me if i knew where More of these could be procured. I told him that i not Only knew but that i should be very Happy to assist him in getting the ones he wanted which i forthwith did almost mls a the boat As a consequence. I mention this because it afforded me a please it it port Unity to come into Friendly relations with general Scott who several times afterwards manifested great kindness toward me. Before we left governors Artand i had been comply minted on the appearance of my men by the colonel commanding the embarkation Camp and i Felt consequently that we were starting off in a High officers and in ref were provided who fit class accommodations and the men had second class Cabins though their food while nominally third class was 1 think very much poorer. The voyage Over which occupied two dreary weeks was uneventful for Many Days however before there occurred among the troops on Board a of acute appendicitis upon which i was requested to operate. At this time we were passing through a storm and the seas were very heavy Render ing such an operation of the utmost difficulty. There were no facilities for surgical work of any sort on Board. An operating room had to be improvised and i was Oil Lam to work with what instruments i could borrow from tie other met local officers. With orderlies holding Down the operating table which swayed with the motion of the vessel the operation was performed successfully. It was after this that i was requested to take charge of the Medit Al and surgical service for All the troops on Board and As a result my unit was kept Busy for the remainder of tie trip. There were several u boat scares which resulted in nothing and alien finally the Convoy of destroyers met us a few Days off the English coast we liaised them As representing the last Lap of the voyage. On october 17th we locked in Liverpool at about one in the afternoon. After waiting on tie Dock for some Oliree hours we entrained for Southampton. We were not rationed and As is , the men were crowded Eglit in a Carriage which made the Long journey one of discomfort. At about two the next morning Wear he so in Softli Nipton and As the train Quill is in at tie do Kuks i hoped that we would Emilia re for the passage across the Channel immediately. That however was not the Case. The officers Ami nurses were ordered to a hotel for tie remainder of the night and there Ali a were taken charge of by the red Cross. The men under one of the officers were marched to rough Southampton to a British Camp at the Edge of the Black Forest where they were let it in Small Liell tents the floors of Wlinich w a re Liaf an Inch deep in icy mud and water. I went out to the Camp and inspected the arrangements the following Day and my impression was Liat the sooner i got my men to France the better it would be for All concerned. That same Day however i received orders to proceed to in Rance myself taking the nurses with me the men to follow with the outlier officers in a few Days. I crossed with tie nurses on Llie regular packet line reaching Havre at about seven the next morning. There we were received by a representative of the chief surgeon and were instructed that ambulances would be sent in from etre Tat which was about eight in Miles from Havre for is. The ambulances arrived and to our Surprise we found that they were driven by what we. Soon came to know As Cliniff Euretter. These were English girls of the motor transportation Section a detachment of which Vas stationed at no. 1 general Hospital. It always amused me in cold weather to observe that while they were heavily coated and protected from the tops of their Heads to their Ankles below this they usually wore Light stockings and Low . About noon we arrived in etre Tat and there we were met by a band composed of convalescent British patients from the Hospital and a full detachment of men officers and nurses from the unit. We were assigned quarters forthwith. I May say that the trip from Southampton to etre Tat made by the men of tie reinforcement and the officers who had charge of them a few Days later was much less comfortable than our own. They arrived safely however on the 23rd, leaving two of their members sick in the Hospital in Southampton. The situation in etre Tat at this time was Peculiar. Colonel Hopwood the officer of the he Spital bad several months before requested u reinforcement of men and nurses but he had failed to consider the fact that such a reinforcement must need be accompanied by officers hence when i arrived with eight doctors and surgeons there was really neither work nor room for us. Tie Best Wak made of a somewhat unfortunate predicament and As the British say we a carried etre Tat is a Cli arming and famous watering place on the Norman co St. 3 lie Hospital occupied two Large hotels and the Casino which faced the Beach. The nurses quarters were in another hotel and the officers were Iii lated in eclat Villas while the Barracks for the men were on the outskirts of the town using As their nucleus an old theatre. Tie town itself which is in reality less a town than a Village is directly at the Mouth of a Small Valley once the bed of a River. Great Cliffs run All along the coast Here and Sumii tie town in on Eitnier Side. Liere is probably no More a Beautiful spot in nor Niamey and to dwell Long on its Cli arms worm Lead me far from my narrative and w cd baffle my desc Pulve Powers. On tie Cliffs on one Side was a Small Golf course and tie View from this toward the sea Over the Moor like country where sheep were herded in primitive and picturesque fashion As Lovely and As unlike War As possible. Within a stones throw from this scene however men were dying of wounds received in Battle Only a few to ions previously. I was at first put in charge of what was known As the Annex Wlinich was just across the Street from the Plage division. 1 was Only there a few Days before my next move but during that Short time i became much interested in form of impetigo which had been found exceedingly difficult to treat. After some intensive study i decided that this i. C. T. Inflammation of the connective tissue As it was called was largely the result of the filthy and unsanitary conditions necessarily obtaining at the front and i discovered that picnic acid could be used with excellent effect. By this time the remainder of my command had arrived and was at work. There was a Call for volunteers for experimental work in connection with Trench fever. Several men were desired who would submit to inno Culaton and observant Lupi and three of the men i had brought with me offered tiie selves promptly. These were Mooon Strauss and Knighton whose names i am proud to record. These Ian went through Many weeks of pain and sickness hut their contribution to the cause was Worth All a he suffering it entailed. On october 25th i it Vas warned that i would be expected to take re of a surgical team Wal Cly was oing to be sent after the custom to the British front to be Vised in a casualty Clearing station. The Day after my warning i reported to the Gas school in Havre where i Quot went through the Gas chamber and my mask was tested. The next morning at 1 45 we set out in two ambulance a containing the two teams. I had with me Captain Peters one nurse and two men. After a trip of one Hundred and sixty Miles we arrived at ode in the morning at c. B. 47 Dos Higham near Poperl Gen in Flanders. There we were 1>11-leted in Bell tents where we slept on stretchers in the mud. This we As at the time of the tall end of the Pasch Endale offensive and the British had their. Hands full. The ii St time i put food in the operating room All eight tables were filled and All of them were doing amputations. The wounded were coming in very heavily. At tills piece there was a triage of three How petals 47, 4 and 61. Each had a capacity of two Hundred Beds and As one was filled up tie next one was taken it to admit patients automatically. We evacuated the wounded to the bases As rapidly As possible to keep from being Over flooded and in eight weeks forty seven thousand casualties passed through these three . We were kept Here working incessantly until november 30th. On thanksgiving Day the three teams arranged to live dinner to Geilier at Poi wringer a Holcli was then the huh of the Flanders District and was under constant and heavy Shell fire. It was however the Only accessible town and we were determined not to he cheated of our Little Celebration. I was especially anxious to celebrate for i had just received my promotion to the rank of major. The town was a mass of moving troops and transport Vel icicles going and coming from the front and the huns knew that a Shell in that Vicinity meant certain damage so that they were not sparing of their courtesies. We started dinner in tie Back room of one of the hotels at about two in tie afternoon and about four of clock just As we had finished there was a terrific explosion close at hand at which All windows promptly buckled and fell out. We rushed to tie front and outside and discovered that one of the German Long Range guns had registered directly at a building just around the Comer demolishing it Sompi lately. After looking Al out a bit that we had Best he getting Back to the Hospital which was about two Niles Cross country. We started out and at the same time the Boche sent Over a bombing Squadron of aeroplanes. The a planes were almost directly Over our Heads when the British archives began to pick them out and drive them Back. The sky was combed with and our feeling was a queer mixture of interest and discomfort. We Man age Ltd however to Complete our journey in safety. On our arrival at 47 that evening we were informed that had come for us to return to our base Ami tiie next morning we went again to pop Eringen to entrain. On inquiring from an m. P. Liere the Railroad station was we were met with a Grin Ami tie response that there was no Railroad station there that morning. It Lead been shelled to pieces the night Lief re. We went by ambulance to tie next station and got the train there to Lough before we did so a High explosive Shell landed within fifty feet of our party. Fortunately it was a Dud. If it had not been this account would never have been written. Our trip Lime we As a roundabout affair. W i went first to Calais alien to Rouen from there to Havre and from there to etre Tat. It took us in nil two Days. My experience at c. C. S. 47 had been a strenuous initiation. The British had concentrated nearly every gun in the District in tie immediate Vicinity of pop Eringen in the Hope of gaining a nearby Ridge. If they could once gain this Ridge their guns could be trained on Ostend Aud Uliey could compel the germans to evacuate their submarine base at be Eldruge hence their extreme anxiety fou the Success of the action. They worked however under enormous difficulties. It had rained steadily for two solid months and an officer informed me that the emplacements for the la la guns were built eight to ten feel Dei p in the mud. It was in fact a veritable sea of mud. A gun could he fired twice but by Bluit time tie Force of its double record would cause it m Lirly to disappear be Lieut i tie surface. Toward the mid of november to a British instituted a Foini Day and Iii lit of tie German limbs. Even Eglit Kilometres from the lion the vibration was so intense that tie metallic hut in Wlinich we were to lion billeted fairly danced on the piles Tomt raised it above the ground. I expected it momentarily to turn Turtle. One can have some idea of the difficulty of surgery at such a time when one realizes that the operating hut danced likewise. After four Days however the British were forced to realize that they had failed to achieve their objective and the Boni Bardeen a was terminated. To he concluded the Propof cd world jewish co Greis the editor of the jewish Monitor is not in favor of the proposed jewish world ingress and says so very emphatically in a recent Issue of the paper As follows a the business is so fantastic that we do not see How the matter could be taken seriously. To attempt to please groups so different As the american jews tie French jews the russian Tevs the English the polish and the dozens of others. Is a task far beyond the human mind. Why the jaws of America and Europe could not even agree on tie methods of helping the War stricken poor when they were dying before their representatives How much less probability is there of agreeing to the More intimate details that would be involved in a world organization a no we done to want a world Congress to Tell the world what we Are and what we want the world very Well knows what we Are and they wont give us what we want because the habit of 2,000 years is not easily broken. I to you really think the world does no to know what we want a we done to want a jewish Congress Bew Iuse the problem of the jew will eventually be settled in tie land in which he lives. No government will Ever be forced to give the jews anything by an International league of a tews i a we done to want to bind All of Israel to the idea of a Jewiak National Homeland until we know just what a National Homeland r Promise Means. A we done to believe in 20th Century excommunication. We can respect others who disagree with us�?�11 the jewish Wisdom is not concentrated in the minds of the callers of the Congress. A we done to want to give Ford and Watson any ground for believing that a world conspiracy on the part of the jews exists. It does no to and we done to intend that there shall be the slightest grounds for such idiotic contentions. A we can not help but Admire the intensity and loyalty of or. Schomer and his associates. However we we ill not excommunicate them because they disagree with us. We believe they Are wrong and they have a right to their ideas. Nevertheless we Admire i Liler a a class a in Imael a midst had they been willing to Leam and study or to take the Vord of such As did Leam and know their minds and Faith would still be a Tapir a their hearts and souls still Worth Nelly and purely theirs and ours Why look for evidences of judo Pho Bla amidst non jews when one comes face to face with jews As i have and As you have undoubtedly who speak of the jews whose misfortune or Good Fortune it is entirely a matter of Point of View it was to be bom in Reisla or Galicia or Poland or whose parents were bom there As if they were the scum of the Earth or w to speak of the jews of German antecedents in terms of supreme contempt speak of them As traitors and renegades forgetting that whether we like it or not the blood in the veins of the one jew is the blood that courses also in his neighbors veins that the Faith of the one is the Hope of the other that the sufferings of the one Are the vital concern of the outlier and that the usefulness of the one is the Pride and glory of the outlier. We Are to general anti semitism and too flagrantly indifferent to the jew baiting of jews to jewish enemies of the jews. The time is Ripe for the jew to set his own House in order and to apply the acid test of absolute loyalty to those who Are ours. We shall then Leam that we Hoever in our midst hinders the Normal development of the jew whoever slanders his people mine and yours whoever desecrated the name a a jews a we Hoever takes that name in vain whoever is faithless to the teachings of the jews we Hoever causes disrepute to blot the jewish character Viehoever loses sight of his responsibility to and for his Brethren in the Light of history and in the sight of the we orld we Hoever we Eakens jewish life and undermines it that jew is an ant semite an enemy and a foe and should be placed in the category of those of whom it was said remember Ali eur deed and infamy and do not Ever forget nor forgive t a sixteen million Marki. At Hall four jews were Kishid. At wiktorow iwo jews were wounded and fifteen jew esses were dishonoured. The Lossell amount to two million Marks. At Stanislau two jews were killed and Oliree were wounded and at Tum Lens Kry Neidow and Del Yow the losses amount to 400,000 Marks. The West ukrainian administration issued a protest against the pogroms. Tie polish government promised to suppress the excesses and announced tie instruct Lon of the Ukraine regiment under colonel Klaus which was guilty of in the pogroms. A jews Isle company of volunteers formed audio Lina co operated in the defeat of till Force under colonel Kraus. Intense jewish ardor and jewish anti semites. By rabbi Abraham j. Feldman. Wih irrigate Palestina. Professor claim Weizmann head of tic movement in addressing representatives of various Synagog in greater said that jews were entering Palestine at the rate of 1,200 monthly and that the number could not be increased until proper provisions had been map for the reception of larger groups. Professor Weizmann announced that a plan submitted for the Irrl Tion of Palestine had been accepted and that the actual work providing nip loom it Mit for 30,900 men. Would be begun within a few months. He said the zionist executive body was negotiating with the British government for the acquisition of some state Irro unil and had plans for the cultivation of vast areas of soil which were at present Barren wastes. He stated that not Only the zionist Council but Many other influential jewish organizations Lead signified their readiness to co operate with the Palestine administration in tie development of the country. Tidy Samuel wife of sir Herbert Samuel Gigli commissioner for pal foreign news the jewish National Council of Kovno let Luania sent a telegraphic Appeal to tie missions of England France and Italy in Vilna to take under their Protection the jews of Vilna against possible outrages and pogroms Liy the members of the polish legion which recently occupied the City. Britain gives �575,000 to Aid near i often think that the jew has grown to like persecution. The jew has grown to be fond of being the Martyr of the Ages. All too Many jews assume the attitude that the world owes them something because it has wounded them they expect for our people a pension As it were a pension in Tenns of admiration of apology or pity. Our gaze has been fixed constantly upon the i kissable appearance of new foes. It is True we were never disappointed. Try invariably did appear. And yet i feel that the time is Ripe for the jew to observe less the foe from without and to l Mik into his own midst to Fencl a alas a Liat there Lias been growing up in his own midst a form of jew limiting that is All the More hateful and detestable because it is the More dangerous and destructive. Qulie foes within Are of diverse types and of Many kinds. They Are not found in any one definite stratum of society hut like a faulted geologic stratum May lie found out cropping in Many Points. I Call that jew an enemy of his people who fails to represent the jews worthily Olio so lives As to desecrate the name of the jew by word or deed. I Call him an enemy of his people who consciously and willingly drifts farther and farther away from the responsibility of jewishness and jewish life who would not and does not Iden Estine left Tomlon with her family for in Al Stine recently. Tiny himself with the life of the jewish Community. I Call Liim a traitor and foe who for whatsoever reason assumes a studied attitude of indifference to the lot of his fellow jews who reads himself out of the jewish Community but for whose misdeeds the world holds us responsible for Liose every evil deed an i evil thought we must Bear the Brunt of the Burden of responsibility. Rightly or wrongly the world does hold us responsible tie one for the Illier and it does visit the sins of one jew upon All the others. It re Meliers the Rosenthals and the Gyi it the bloods As jews and forgets to credit the account of the jew with the vast multitude of and benefactors of Mankind whose blood is of Israel whose souls list ii itemize the soul of the jew whose warm throbbing hearts Register the heats of that Universal Lumbirt which is your people and my people i Call them faithless in an Etli ical if not in a theological sense who Drew gives �575,000 to East. London oct. 23.�? jewish telegraphic Agency a the British government has spent �.575, x 0 on Relief work in Palestine and Syria Accord Itig to figures made Public by the government. Rumanian leaders on tiie jewish problem. Or. Take Jonescu in the course of a speech in parliament stated Liat he regarded it As dangerous to adopt a Iki Licy a Liili would convert 1x 0,0 m jews into enemies of tie country. The sex Prennier or. Vaid Voivod also censured the anti semitic cd Aiu Paigin As liar Ful to tie country. Condemn anti semitism in Germany. A mass meeting called by the Central association of German jews october 23, addressed by a ilium tier of clergymen Olio protested at the increase of anti Sei Nitsui in Germany. A letter was read from the minister of Justice of Hesse condemning anti semitism As a utterly French government whitewashes Poland. The Alliance israelite having drawn the attention of the ministry of foreign affairs to the excesses committed against the jews in Poland and Galicia and the apathy displayed by the polish government in the matter has received a communication from the ministry which states that the acts complained of were isolated instances and that the reports of impartial observers hear out to Weir View that there is no systematic or organized per Secu Uon of the jews. Lie communication goes on to state that As already reported in columns a commission of poles and jews Lias been established by tie government to discuss the whole pm Stion of the relations Lieuween the poles and jews. Bishop proposes Law to Check jews influence in Hungary. A presentation of the jewish question in Hungary that has attracted wide republication and comment was made by the of Stuhl Weissen Burg Ottakar Prohazka in the course of a debate in the National Assembly. The Bishop introduced and spoke to a Bill intended to restrict the number of Jewis i students in the University the clinics and the colleges of agriculture. It was meant he said to guarantee a living to the hungarian Middle classes and at the same time afford a basis for a predetermine is selection of students. A this selection was to have patriotism for a basis. The measure was not a plot against the Liberty of education. A since 1867,�?� he continued a hungarian political Ert Momy and him Garian Trade have experienced a great expansion and for this we have to the Wmk the jews. By dint of their intelligence their Diligence and tenacity of life the jews have pushed Back As it were tie new hungarian generation. A As such does not exist in Hungary. Our anti semitism is Sulci As bids is to look upon the jew us an essential portion of this nation hut to prevent him gaining a preponderance Over us. We air not faced by the problem of anti semitism hut by Liat of racial self defense. Our Clorist vanity is being made to feel that it is being pushed Back at every step. This process deserves the name of de christianization. A your attitude of defense must not be looked upon by the tews As an act of hatred. Merely for the Sake of liberalism we must not suffer that Hal the lawyers and the majority of medical men in tie country be jews. Not Only the Middle classes but also what May be called the Genius of the race is advancing toward its extermination. Hungarian literature is saturated with the jewish atmosphere. We must defend our National culture when we see it endangered. Force of habit. It is related by Rev. Frank Oliver Hall that he dropped Ioto a menus meeting at a certain Church to hear a noted speaker. He says a there were a Hundred men present mostly Young and vigorous business men. One could have organized two excellent football teams and two More a Seball teams from that company and they would have enjoyed playing. The men looked As it Lough they enjoyed the game of use and would play fair with Dadi and vigor. What do you suit it one Toxey Wero asked to sing a i heard the voice of , Soroe unto me and Reat Lay Down thou wearer it me Lay Hown thy head upon my a Hie girls Timidi Register. Their souls nourishment at the breasts of my people and forget to mention alien Uliey Are in a position to Reilay the debt a hey owe to us that they Are of us blood of our blood and sinew of our sinew Trio ugly they do strangely Rii in Evilier that lie cause Russia Liou Necmi them and exiled them they Are russians russian violinists singers pianists and a what Liat shall 1m said of the jews craving social preferment who Jay for it with their self remix hts cringing fawning beings Rod kissers and loot lickers shall we not designate such As foes within Wilio forget their origin As soon As the Sun of Prosperity begins to Shine upon them Par Venus of the spirit slaves to the Lesli pots servants at the feet of mammon think of the half baked intellectual and full fledged jews ignoramus who in his ignorance of jews a life and thought and because of an excessive laziness and unwillingness to become informed a a finds nothing that is attractive in Judaism hut is ready to join the Imrch of of Holst scientist and confess As a Man and his wife did to me recent a their ignorance of the fad and its Doc Trines and dogmas and Are a a Joe ready to Trust others to surrender their own minds and read son until As they put it they can take a class a when they Hope to learn to understand and to be initiated into the myst Erlea of the cult. A take class a think of it had they taken bolshevik peace Delegate on jewish problems. In an interview with jewish journalists or. Yoffe tie head of the Bol a Slivik peace delegation a Riga said a lat tie statement Liat soviet Russia Lead Lein Angeii from Poland guarantees for tie w fare of tie jews untrue. Russia Only asked for tie release of All political . Soviet Ukraine did not up old tie principle of Jewis i autonomy but it ii Allied jews to use yiddish i freely �111 1 it facilitated the entry of jews into All educational inst lotions. In tie opinion of or. Yoffe Ilie Jewis i a bourgeoisie assists King Lisle Lin Izerial Ifni in Palestine and Stelps England to Milave Turkey Rise jewish workmen lie Felt Sun had no for sue i a policy and did not want to emigrate to Palestine. The ukrainian pogroms in Galicia. At Marine pol Oliree jews were kill ii Ami eighteen were Wou Diml during the pogrom. Nine jew esses were dishonoured and goods to tie value of l,r>00.000 Marks were plan Dei de. At stand Slavov six j is were killed and five were wounded. Atys Supol five jews were wounded. Tie losses in the latter place to four million . Thirty jew esses w a re dishonoured. At Slatin Tolomea and Horo Denka the in Eplura gangs organized terrible pogroms. At Buczacz eight jews were killed Oliree were wounded and Oliree jew esses were Disho Nomi. The losses amount to Many millions of Marks. At two tews were killed and four were wounded. Five jew esses were dishonoured. The losses amounted took 0,000 Marks. At try Stanyslaus two jews were killed and three were wounded. Thirty five jew esses were violated and the losses amour it to three million Marks. At Bol Bowce six jews were killed and seven were wounded. Thirty Jet vessel were dishonoured. Tie amount hungarian protestants and anti semitism. Tie hungarian protestant Organ published a protest against the new Aifiti Emit la education Law. The Organ deplores that whereas counts Andrasy and Apponyi Aud Bishop Gei Sweln voted against the Bill the protestant leaders could not be found among the opponents of tie measure. On tie other hand hungarian anti semites attacked the residence of Deputy Ugron the Leader of the Deni a ats because lie voted against it. Jewish situation in Poland. Tie situation of the jews in Poland ill tie past two years is Well known. It can he described As a permanent pogrom Rico situation has become so terrible since tie Stabli Sliment of tie Polis i state Liat one Ini Glit imagine amp Liat it could not have lie come worse. But the lust three Iii nuns live Lirou Glit a serious in the misery of jews Sulci As would Iliavi seemed almost impossible. A a Silies of ii cts of Eliie Anery frightful and pogroms against tie jewish population by tie Christian poles characterizes tiie past three months. The latent pogrom has become Ilie in Tual and acute pogrom and All Means Are being employ he to annihilate the def Ltd Sceless Jewis i population. Tie Iii trial of All happenings has not yet Lieen Cou a Ted. Several towns Are still under military Rule and civilians Are not a limed to enter them with the exception of the i presenta Tives of tie polish anti semitic newspapers. Nevert lifeless the Jewis i leaders in Poland live already sue needed in collecting a Small Ikuto of of the evidence and from it one can gather Liat a happened in Poland during the last few weeks. Its analogy is Only to i a found in the most 1 rightful accounts of tie jewish martyrs logy. The Lewisii leaders Are actively engaged in completion if the material already to Weir archives Are packed with protocols and affidavits which Are made on tie spot and then sent to them. But the jewish politicians m Poland Are not yet in a position to Publiski their facts. The newspapers Are under military censorship and in provincial reigns. Districts military terror a the Good old times h Ive gone Lor Ever a sighs the aged erne. And is about the Best that can be said of those same old times

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