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The American Israelite (Newspaper) - October 7, 1920, Cincinnati, OhioA air ,�?T- a a a a. A a a Quot a Quot so pc a a a a r a i v if Rio a a �1 w a a a fkr Jotis Ift j. A. Greenl Jui the owner of several apartment buildings in a Bucago re oed the rent of Bis tenants ten per cent on october Isth and announces that another reduction will be made on May 1st. The Nam suggests that he is a co religionist. The Houston Texas Post brings the rather startling i Formati Ltd that a for. Julian Morgenstern noted jewish rabbi and author is in Honston to conduct the jewish Christmas services and occupy the pulpit in Temple Beth is Airi until october 4.�?�i ism a the jewish ass ably in Palestine will be opened on october 7, it was officially announced. The main object of this first gather uni of jewish rep Rea Tarves from All parts of Palestine Edh he the election of an Independent executive composed of Palestine jews to replace the present a Ionest commission. Isted infantry. These two men now in civilian life weve further honoured by their co religionists while in Cleveland with a testimonial dinner recep to Ltd and dance Wahidi waa held in the by Nal by Ruth building under the asap Les of Cleveland Lodge no. 16,1. O. B., and the jewish welfare Board and was largely attended by the Cleveland jewish Community. Lonis diff Kier a former service Man and prominent in Cleveland jewish affairs presided at the dinner and inspiring talks were made by the guests of Honor messes. Kaufman and Yumpertz by Morton David esq., of Dover colo., Captain Leon Schwartz of Mobile ala., and several Cleveland Tes. About people Council of jewish women. A Monument to the memory of chief Ilabel Abraham Bloch of Lyons has be to veiled in the cemetery of St. Die. Raibl Bloch was the heroic jewish chaplain the first at the front and the first to be killed who died in the act of holding up a Crucifix before the eyes of a dying French Soldier. The chief Robby of France was present at the ceremony and the Catholic Church was folic daily represented by monsignor Colchy. New York City has a jewish court of a Bittadon which holds its sessions in the criminal courts building. The court consists of three judges one a rabbi one a business Man and a judge of the local court As the presid Jing Justice who at present is the Hon. Louis d. Debs. County judge of Bronx county. The cases in this court Are brought by Mutual consent and its finding is final. The matters at Issue Are usually questions arising in congregations and fraternal organizations. This court meets with the approval of the judiciary As it relieves the regular courts of much tedious and usually uni important Worth. The Down town chamber of Commerce of new York City has petitioned the Board of estimate that the unnamed strip of Parkway on Delaney Street extending from the bowery to the Williamsburg Bridge be called a Schiff Parkway a in Honor of the late Jacob h. Schiff. The petition reads in part As follows a in Loving remembrance of the late Jacob h. Schiff the East aide respectfully petitions your honorable body to approve our application for a a Schiff or. Schiff has been the great Beacon Light that has emblazoned the ghetto shedding Forth its illuminating rays As an inspiration to All men and. Women. This a peal emanates from the hearts of thousands of men women and children who use the Parkway above mentioned As a resting place. We Trust that our application will be approved for which you will receive the Tenial gratitude of the people of All nations a Dally papers of recent Date contain a notice which is Well Worth quoting verbatim As a specimen of the flippancy of our press in very serious matters. A dispatch dated from Chicago says a a murder a Row in the comity jail is due for a cleaning out a Cobar 5 4, Witten eight of the Elve occupants null by hanged. On the following Day four More Aro to be executed by to contrast with this frivolous humor the Beautiful statement found in the talmud Sanh. 46 a a when a criminal who is executed is suffering the penalty of the Law code a voice 4a heard saying j my head is heavy my arms Are heavy for the she Chanah grieves when bad Meir suffer and still More when the righteous one should imagine that the terrible increase of daring crimes in a time when economic distress can surely not be offered As an excuse should Lead to a very serious deliberation on tie cause of demoralization. A meeting which attracted the interest of social workers through Lieut the country was held at East Aurora n. Y., september 23-26. A number of prominent jewish social workers were present and took part in the program arranged for the National federation of settlements miss Lillian Wald Levi important discussions and others taking part were Jacob Teller of tie Irene Kaufman settlement Pittsburg Bruno Lasker of the Survey George Elsler americanization House Buffalo miss Dena Scheucher of the jewish settlement Cincinnati miss Davidson Hudson Guild new York or. Klingman University settlement new York miss Octavia h. Moses neighbourhood House Louisville or. Solomon educational Alliance Cleveland or. J. Hecht new York United neighbourhood House or. And mrs. J. At elder members of the Board of the Irene Kaufman settlement Pittsburgh Werf also in attendance Art the meeting. Miss Wald was called to new York on account of the death of Jacob Schiff. Mrs. Nathaniel Harria. Nati Mial president of the Counch who has been in Europe Rance july will return on the Lapland sailing on october 14th. The triennial convention of the of undo will be held in Denver ool november 7th to 12th, at the Brown Palace hotel. A Large attendance is expected. Mrs. David Benjamin of Kansas City mo., is the chairman of the program committee mrs Max Margolis of Germai town pa., is the chairman of the committee of revision of the by Laws mrs. Alex. Wolf of Washington d. C., is the chairman of the committee on resolutions mrs. Kemp net of Little Rock ark., is the chairman of the committee on credentials and mrs. J. E. Soro Merfield Atlanta a is the chairman of the committee on rules. Miss Amelia Greenwald supervisor of the work for jew Idi farm women Bod charge of a of Umcil farm Booth at the county fair held at Ellen Vule n. Y., recently. The Booth was the Center of much interest and great Good in the Way of was accomplished. Miss Greenwald represented the Council of jewish women it at the conference of Ito Lac health of ulcers held in Saratoga Springs n. Y., sept. 7th-9th. The Connecticut committee of work for jewish farm women held a meeting in Bridgeport on september 30th. Representatives from new Haven Hartford and Bridgeport were a present. Plans for continuing the Woik until the Areather prevents the trips of a social worker were discussed. Mrs. William d. Sporborg president of the new York Section of the Council of jew4 women was born in Cincinnati. Sch has Long been a resident of new York state and now. Resides port Chester. She has done much to gain recognition for jews women in All walks of life she is very proud of her heritage. She is vice president of the City federation of women a clubs of new York which has a membership of Over ten thousands As president of the new York Section she has Bemi an inspiration gathering into harmonious Union All bugs of jul Daf aeon. She is a National director and is very popular in the 125 sections scattered All Over the country. She is being import Ned to accept a promo next National office. Pittsburg �?octobhr 28th will Mark an important event in the literary life of Pittsburg when through the efforts of the Council of jewish women Walter Lippman the Brilliant author and co editor of the a new Republic a will appear for the first time in this City. His coming is keenly anticipated and his lecture a the political scene a will fully realize All expectations of a real discus Simi of the prevailing conditions in american and european politics. This opening meeting of the 26th year of Council work in Pittsburg has been planned by mrs. Leo half Cir airman of committee on program to Honor the associate men members and will be held at the hotel Schenley. Wednesday september 28, or. J. A. Perley was guest of Honor at a luncheon Given by the Board of the Council a Farewell before mrs. Per Leys leaving the Pittsburg Section. The penal committee tendered or. And mrs. Moses Ruslander a dinner tuesday september 27. Mrs. Ruslander is retiring from the chairmanship of this committee on which she has served since its inception about twelve years ago. Zanesville Kol Nidre and the yom kippur services lacked none of their usual solemnity under the spiritual guidance of or. Suchs. Or. Loeb addressed the congregation in the morning pm cd or. Suchs in the afternoon and evening. The memorial services were except smally impressive. The Succoth services were very pretty. The altar was decorated with an abundance of fruit and vegetables and Flowers which were Given to the Day Nursery and the needy poor. The Story of Succoth we As beautifully illustrated by or. . Berger of new Castle pa., was the guest of her parents or. And mrs. miss Ida Blickstein is visiting friends in Columbus Cleone Loeb spent several Days in Columbus while or. And mrs Loeb attended the Bankers convention in Cleveland a. The end of the Daylight time we Iii began last week in various cities a Tilch had advanced tiie clock one hour during the summer season suggests a recollection from rabbinic literature. The babe sex 11, 4 tells us that Moses in announcing to pharaoh the tenth plague used the words a about the rabbis commenting on it say god who knows the exact time actually said at Midnight but ses fearing that the astronomers in pharaohs Observatory might be mis changed the wording so that me aise men of pharaoh should not Nave a Chance to say that his predict the did not come eos aptly True. If Ima Raohl a Cabinet should have deeded on a Daylight time to begin on passover there was really a danger that tie question of the exact time of Midnight would have been a mooted Mie. Shirely even pharaohs Astron amers changing from a Railroad train arriving it in new York from the West to a 101 train going to Long Island Souid easily have been mixed up in regard to the schedule. It happened others to forty Odd centuries after pharaoh. England has a woman Justice of the Pence in the person of the Hon. Lily h. Montagu who was appointed a j. P. For the county of i Ndon. The High commissioner for bout Africa and mrs. Blinkenberg have accepted invitations to be present at the dinner to or. Hartz chief Raibl of England and or. Albert m. Wolf on october 6. At Dayton Olio rabbi Samuel Mayerberg h. A a. C., �?T17 was duly installed As rabbi of congregation Bene Jeshurun. Rabbi i., m. Franklin of Detroit mich., whose assistant rabbi Maye Foerg has been for several years past preached the Sermon and Joseph c. , president of the congregation had charge of the services. The annual dinner and meeting of tie Temple congregation will he held october 12 at the elks club. A general reception i Honor of the new Raibl is to be arranged for another october Dale. A rapid Rise in the theatrical Field where metric flights Are not uncommon is brought to Light in the signing of a contract last week to run for the next two years by Eddie Cantor with Ike Shubert i to agree to him $1,450 weekly salary for that term. In addition Cantor will receive .$1,000 extra for All sunday bight concert performances and his phonograph contract with the Emerson phonograph i go. Is supposed to net him Over $.50, 00 per annul. A few years ago Cantor was the comedy assistant to Bedini the Juggler. The marriage of miss Rosalind i seem daughter of or. And mrs. Lonu d. Lesem of Joplin mo., to Richard it a. Heyman. Of Coffeyville Kansas took place sunday september 26th, or. Garry August officiating. The brides sister. Miss Fanny Lesem was maid of honer and Max Heymann of Okmulgee okla., was Best Man. Among the out of town guests were or. And mrs. I co Heymann the bridegrooms parents and brother Bernjamin Heymann of Coffeyville Kansas Max Heymann of Okmulgee okla., mrs. Laura Falk and Morris Saunders of Kansas City. Rabbi Charles a. Rubenstein who for the past Twenty two years has been rabbi of har Sinai congregation in Baltimore delivered a Farewell address on the Day of atonement rabbi Rubenstein some time since decided to retire from the Rabbinate and tendered his resignation which was very reluctantly accepted. Or. Rubenstein has been a valuable member of the Rabbit me since his ordination and his retirement is a loss to american jewry. I. Rubenstein is at present the editor of the balt More jewish times. What other activity he intends to engage in has not yet been made Public. Docant of it m Lim then that thanks to the Traer Laii Psi arts sent of Jim Tice the Jewl i to ohm Unity was nude aware of their Faience. They had already done Contafi taxable mischief As May be seen by propaganda leaflets distribute by the Aero Erilane service of the Brit la armies at archangel and Murmansk and certain oracular utterances of Winston Churchill in a sinday new spicier Imre. Last year the idea occurred to certain Miter prising people who had been concerned in there Maneu vers and who were affrighted by the impending com apse of Denikin that Money might he made out of the protocols. Acc singly certain of the jewish Delegat Lohs in Paris were Ai reached with an intimation that these precious do commits were about to be Public riled and the kindly offer was made to spare Israel this damning dlr insure for the trifling sum of $50,000. The up shot of the matter is that the a formidable sect is a German anti semitic and anglophone myth constructed out of garbled history and synthesized by in a admit forgery. How and for what purpose it has been pc fluted on the innocence of the Quot morning Post have yet to be Standard. Work aqain8t anti jewish agitation. Or. Emanuel Sternheim of Chicago has just received intimation from England that he has been elected a fellow of the Sorlete internationale Phil Sologie sciences it beaux arts. Four years ago he was admitted As a member of the society carrying the title m. S. P. There is an intermediate associate degree conferred by the society and theft Howship is the final degree carrying the title f. S. P. Without election to the intermediate degree at All or. Sternheim now by comes a fellow in recognition of original research in the Fields of the so Cletes activity. On september 29th, or. Sternheim was honoured with an invitation to deliver for the second concurrent year tie matriculation address at the opening convocation of the University of South Dakota at Vermillion South Dakota when he spoke on a the new change in appearance of immigrants. Within the last few weeks those of us who have had the Chance to see the jewish immigrants who Are Drifting into this country in Ever larger number have been More than surprised at their appearance particularly that of the men. Gone is the picturesque Oriental quaintness As the Kinder ones amongst us were wont to refer to the disorderly and unclean looking men and women who crawled out of the Steerage More dead than alive. Glt me is the air of bewilderment one would expect from an absolute foreigner who a does no to even know gone is the look of helplessness and worry that made us feel so like philanthropist As we did our bit in directing Halml the new arrivals look capable and intelligent and quite Able to take care of themselves As soon As they get their bearings. The moment you look at them you know they will not be dependent upon the Community from the moment the Community directs them along the right jewish chronicle. We publish in this Issue an account of meeting in Chicago at which representatives of the anti defamation league the Council of jewish women and the Central conference of american rabbis met and considered the charges which have been levelled against tie jews in books pamphlets and magazines. The charges Are generally absurd and the resolutions of the conference Are a record of score Width which jews Obs Rve the obvious attempts at calumny. Soon no matter Bow righteous and cd rect it May be will unfortunately not Wither so weedy a growth As the propaganda of the jew waiters. This is the most brutal movement the jews have had to face in Many years. It is an International menace. In no country is there lacking Eitz Imp an organization or to carry on and spread the stupid lies. Hie Dearborn Independent is supplemented in this country by pamphlets and frequent comments in the press with open or lurking stabs at the jews. The accusations Are Dull remnants of medieval ignorant remains of priest mulled fantastic charges. They Are grotesque As to it cd allege the sanity of the propagandists but they go on just the same. The resolutions of the conference recommend that the Rii Arges be answered and also that or. A Kisthard Delitsch be entrusted with the selection of a come flute of various creeds to answer the charges made. This is a move that May be of some value Bur f there can be no doubt As to the value of or. Duetsoh in the is the Best informed Man in America on the sub.1ect. This is not meant in the sense of imply to or. Deutsch Job acquaint Lahb Roii the problem the lha a one of a superficial sort. He is a historian journalist and philosopher. He is trained and ready to do a big work. If he is not tinted in funds and moral support he will do wonders and we Hope the program will be of the widest scope. To have a few monographs or news items written for the jewish Prei will be futile. It will be necessary to go into the thing Deef a and probe the accusations to the Dipko. The committee of which or. Deutsch is the head should Hue a straight line. If the chips fall on and injure jews in Peremi purse or Pride let that happen and if it accuses the mighty let it be so. The committee has a Field that offers Toto for new ideas methods and scope. It should not go into it in the Pinchback spirit of the usual committee Enterprise. It should ask or. Deutsch to take a leave of absence from his present Post equip him with an office that will give him every facility for probing the facts of the indictment and Settle this tiding now and for our generation. A merely Amateur superficial Chautauqua chatty lecture Bureau method be too Vil Clyor words. We need and we to mild have thoroughness and completeness. Henry Ford has hired a Man and equipped a factory for his attacks on the jews. We need a Complete and efficient Force of real trained investigators to sift the. Matter As we Woi fld have it sifted. We want the truth and nothing but the truth. It is a rare Nugget and takes Effort to cure. We Trust the leaders who have taken up this work Are big enough to see the Correct method. A i he scribe. Origin of the protocol. Think / English publicist refutes London morning posts Libei of jews. Providing holyday8 for overflow congregations. M War her0e8 honoured. Special events in Clevo the convention of the la Gion was the assembling Etner of thirty two men who had hed toe congressional medal of lil Ghast multary Honor Ini won in the world War. Ftp a a Humber gathered were two the jewish Altol i Tenry a a a Benja. We understand that As a result of some of the developments at the zionist Congress in Amidon last july Sruti Nientsu of dissatisfaction Over the Amer. Lean leadership in toe movement have he express in certain european zionist circles. The cause of these misgivings is apparent. The american zionists Aro not actuated by that love of things jewish Fot their own a a ekes which operates in the of ses of zionists hailing from say Russia. The american zionists although perhaps better jews than some of the Early european zionists who had completely divorced themselves from their Gigious and comm Imal jewish Fellowship Shine Only by their financial ability. American jewry and much More american zionism have still to learn that a Ney is not everything in the establish Mit and maintenance of Jev Rusli causes hebrew Standard. Strip jews at worship. London sept graphic Ulman company Quot a a 308to Hertz. 41 by 21.�? jewish Tele the lithuanian delegation in this City today made Public an official report of a pogrom alleged to have been committed by polish soldiers in Selby near the polls Lethu Anian Border. The excesses the report says lasted four Days during which Twenty five shops and 150 houses were plundered Twenty two women mistreated and a number of men subjected to abusive measures. The soldiers broke into the Synagog duing toe services and deprived the entire congregation including the rabbi of All their garments. The report estimates toe damage at 2,000,000 Marks. Lucien Wolf has answered in a most telling fashion the sixty columns of printed matter which the a morning Post has published As an attack upon the jews under the title of a the cause of world Wolf deals with the material upon which these charges Are based the Proton it Fis of the Learned elders of Zion Etc., and finds them to be Clumsy forgeries that have been hawked about Eui be for some time. The Book has been known to the jewish Community for some years. The first draft of it was fabricated in 1868 by an official in the prussian Post office named Herman Goedsche who was Dos missed from the service on account of More vulgar forgeries. It was Long a Stock Broadsheet of the German anti semites. In 1905 it was used in Russia by the secret police for pogrom propaganda and it was afterwards embodied in a Politico apocalyptic Book on Antichrist by a disciple of father John of Kronstadt one Serge nilus who sought to show that the old a formidable sect of gouge not Des Mous sea tax consisting of jews acid freemasons under toe direction of England was the real Antichrist. This Book was used to persuade the credulous Czar to conclude a secret treaty with the Gernian emperor aimed at England and toe entente. In 1918 and 1919 doctored typewritten copies of the protocols with toe anti English passages carefully deleted were secretly circulated by emissaries of Koltchak a and Denikin a intelligence service among Cabinet ministers and other officials of toe Allied and associated Powers with toe object of showing that bolshevism was an excl vely jew Iii created i and that to whole russian people were in this situation which arises Evory year at the approach of the jewish holidays is an Index of the vitality of Judaism. In an Ideal religious Community the multitudes who flock to the Synagog and temples on the holy Days would be present at Rell Ous services week after week. There is no such thing however As an Ideal religious Community. We must not Slot upon perfection although perfection should always be our goal. In the hearts of the multitude who throng our jewish places of worship at this season the spark of True religion still glows though it May Burn but dimly All the rest of the year. We May congratulate ourselves that at least this much remains to retain our co religionists within toe fold. The wandering sleep of Israel who has strayed far away from the Temple and the Synagog should be welcomed As Long lost Brethren when they return Ltd the holy Day in response to toe Call of their h. H. Maj or in k. Jewish Diron icle. The Ponzol Altair. In Boston proves one thing conclusively and that is that a a fool and his Money Are soon part a so proves that the Quot number of those who Are anxious and willing to get a something for nothing a no matter How it is obtained is inordinately Large and growing exponent. , betrothal a a o i i to c Oti i 1 i. I 1 i i i t a prices and our fall opening % t for a considerable time past this store has been making reductions in the prices of goods. Our reductions have Foh owed in every Case directly after the wholesale change. Many times we foresaw what conditions were bringing about and took Quick advantage in order that the new Low Price should Benefit our always the policy has meant a sacrifice in profits but our stocks have Ever been fresh and filled with the latest most seasonable merchandise. quote. A i .-.�y, i customers. We were particularly Well prepared to take advantage of lowered whole be prices in arranging our fall opening. Customer will find every department offering a number of things at surprisingly Low prices. A be. I a betrothal . And mrs. E. Bol any of 2320 East 57th Street Cleveland Ohio announce the engagement of their daughter Esther Rhea to Sydney Cohen son of or. And mrs. A. Johen of Akron Ohio. . And mrs. Morris b. Mayer of 1812 Diamond Street Philadelphia announce the betrothal of Tir daughter Mildred Helene to Hill Joseph of Cincinnati Ohio formerly of Baltimore my. Kate Lawrence it a or. And mrs. Sam Tel Lawrence of 3825 Jackson blvd., Chicago announce the a gag lenient of their daughter Ethel to Morris Katz of Boston mass. . And . We. Epstein of Sheffield penn., announce the engagement of their daughter Carrie to Herman Lewkowitz of Phoenix Ariz. It . S. L. Sigal of new Kensington pa., announces the engagement of his daughter Bertha to a. H. Mac Mont Oie Mew , Esther gins Geraldine tuesday eve. Ocl 12 the greatest american Prima Donna in a magnificent concert. Sale of seats now on at the Willis music store 137 Street wednesday. Ocl 6 new a a a re a a a a Sidani new to a. Tie Thui toil a it his music Hall Friday oct. 15, at 8 15 p. The Only appearance of the season in Cincinnati of Tho famous Quot March King and the greatest band he Hae Ever erected. Sale of seats opens in Willis music store 137 w. Fourth Street Day ocl 11. Mail orders in Advance to j. H. Thuman. Prices first floor $2 and $7.50 Balcony $1 to and $1 gallery 77c and 50c. Plus 10% War tax. Berg of Baltimore md., announces the engagement of her daughter Ida to Samuel Sanders of Washington d. . And mrs. William Cosel of Youngstown Ohio announce the engagement of their daughter Roma Frances to sol h. Schach Tel of Cleveland Ohio. Concerts put marriages marriage of Sadie Glass of los Angeles Cal., formerly of Cincinnati to Charles Meyers of san Francisco will take place sunday evening october 10, at tie residence of her brother Sidney Glass 1250 South Magnolia Street los Angeles Cal. After a honeymoon in san Francisco or. And mrs. Charles Meyers will reside in los Angeles. Obituary a Baroh aged fifty five years died at his borne in new York City on september 29th. He is survived by his widow and five children one of whom is rabbi Joseph Louis Baron of b Nai Israel of Davenport Loava. Or. Barnfi was a scholar of the old Type and although he was prepared for the , he never entered the profession. He was in business until recently but he always took a Lively interest in jew to and civic problems and was Active in a number of educational and philanthropic institutions. . Moses who Iliad on september 29th, at the Home of his sister mrs. To. Goldberg in new York City was for Many years a prominent citizen of Scranton pa., and ride red valuable services to the City As a member of the City planning commission and in outlier capacities. He was also a prominent member of the jewish Community and served several terms As president of Ashe Chesell congregate of. Burial was at Scranton rabbi Bernard Heller officiating. Sun iving or. Moses Are three daughters mrs. Samuel Woolner jr., and mrs. Adolf Woolner of Peoria 111., and mrs. H. Singer of new York one son Henry l., of new York the following Brothers and Sisters Viliam of Scranton Fred h. D., mrs. J. Goldberg and miss a Lla Moses All of new York. The Cincinnati symphony orchestra Eugene Ysaye conductor fourteen afternoon concerts fourteen evening conceits world famous soloists prices $25, $20, $18, $12, $8.75, 56.25 try purchasing season tickets reductions Are secured As follows $2.50 tickets for. .$1.78 2.00 tickets for. 1,43 1.50 tickets for. 85 1.00 tickets for. J6z .75 tickets for. It auction for Choice of Reata october 12-13, hotel sinter 10.80 to 12 30i Box office 12 times Star bidg., third floor. A it j Demardi presen is san Carlo x Pera company at masonic auditorium 35is Euclid Avenue Cleveland in four performances a new edition the International Abolon Newman. . And mrs. Adolph Newman of 5164 Michigan Avenue Chicago announce the engagement of their daughter Elaie Hazel to Sidney Abelson of new York. engagement is announced of miss Rita Rodenbert a of 6854 Cornell Avenue. Cal Pagotto Herbert Adler of new York. is made by or. And mrs i. To. Zymm Man of 552 Bast fiftieth place Chicago of the engagement of their Sis Bessie to Rio Cibil son of or. And mrs. Zibull of i Doii England. Lewish Cook 1,600 tried and Savory real pea to cording to the jewish dietary Laws. The favorite recipes of America Austria Hungary Germany. Russia France Etc. The largest and Best strictly jewish Cook Book Ever published in this country. Oil cloth 448 Pagos $2 00 Send tor list of contents Bloch publishing co. 18 w. 23rd so hew York. La Tosca october 18 Lohengrin october 19 rigoletto october 20 Madame buttery students matinee october 20 the opera engagement will be followed by the first number of the Bernardi concert course Friday evening ocl 22, which brings Marie Rappold metropolitan dramatic Soprano Jose Mardones Spanish baritone and Josef Lhevinne master pianist. Later dates include such Well known stars As Raisa Rimini Ruffo May Kubelik de stifle Lii Thill Byrd Amato Seidel Novaes Bones Rosen Mero Martinelli Braslan and Godow toy. 0 .4nother musical event sponsored by or. Bernardi is the Pavlowa and her Ballet of 30 artists. Her engagement Calls tor three performances nov. 29 and 30, with students matinee nov. So. Tickets for All Bernardi attractions Are on Sale at the Rudolph Wurlitzer company 1015 Euclid Avenue prices Range fran $8 to for concert course $1 to $2.50 for san Carlo opera $1 to $4 tor Pavlowa. Single seats for course will not be sold until later. Mail orders filled now by w i g. Bernardi both telephones 909 Euclid Avenue. Cleveland Ohio t a a e Theodore. Thomas first my Speed i ret or a. V a bib anti Bonet a so Oioi awol la a jew and Gentile essays on jewish Apoc tics and of fired historical subjects by prof. Gotthard Deutsch. A series of enemy on jewish subjects instinct with fervid Patriot imn coupled with scholarly acumen�?$1.50. Oilers will be Reeed Ved at the office of the Ajner ican Isra Dute Colfi Einnatz o. My v a All departments now open All classes and departments open tor registration. Music taught in All its branches. Special classes tor children in piano and vol Chi. All to embers of the faculty of wide experience and tation. For Catalon address the Rouege of music Elm St. Adjoining its usic Hall j. H. Thuman manager y in a. A i. K is r r it l 1l a i. R a 1 a a a a it a a a i i

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