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The poles Avail themselves of the if great political Opportunity we Hlatt makes them the spoiled child of the Allied diplomats who see in to Strong Poland a bulwark both against Germany Lind Russia. So we understand that the United states minister or. Gibson and the British Ste Tesmen minimize the persecution of the jews. There Are however facts which cannot be disputed. In Kolte of the dear stipulation of the peace treaty which protects the Reli mus Liberty of the jeans the Sejm passed a Law december 1019which requires absolute sunday rest even for one great Dowls communal institutions. Simna was a Bill requiring that bakeries and other shops dealing in necessities of life must be open on every Day of the week except St Day thus compelling jewish Bakers and butchers to violate the Sabbath. A Iother scheme devised to discriminate against the jews is a Law which denies citizenship to those who were not registered As citizens of polish cities be foil a the declaration of Independence. This bang a very Complex affair has to be explained. Under the russian Law a Man could not become a 1919 Necroto 1920 with $40�000,0n Aid jews std suffer rabbis teachers jewish authors. Sept. 29�?jeoob out Mann Rabbit. Author Breslau. Oct. 7�?solomon Kruger rabbi balt Towi. Oct. 23�?adolph Kurren rabbi. Tepolt. Oct. /26�?Joseph Bagel rabbi of Cracow Vienna. Nov. 5�?arnold b. Ehrilch. Uteg. Author. New York. 28�?isaac Honikman. Yiddish publicist. New York. Jetse july aug. Nov. Dec. Dee. Jan. 7�?david Nutik hebrew pedagogy Wilna. 81�?max Schlee Lnger. Retired Rami. Albany a y. I 1920�?michael Cali orthodox rabbi and author Fulda. A 8�?Jos. Shorr yiddish publisher Boston. 12�?sel. T. Hurwitz orientalist. New York. 27�?Baer Loeb Friedman hebrew Pedt Gog and author Indianapolis mar. 7�?Joseph Leucht retired rabbi Newark no. Mar. 9�?Judah of Ronyald Rabid Szatmary. Mar. 10�?Samuel Kohn rabbi and author Budapest. Mar 22�?bern. Rosenzweig retired rabbi Philadelphia Jan. Jim. Jan. Lib Moses Baer a Isenstadt hebrew publicist. Zionist worker Zurich. 23�?albert Hessberg communal worker. Albany n. Y. July 27�?dr. Abraham Flrsch communal worker Halber Vildt. 4�?mortis Grabfelder. Communal worker. Atlantic Cutty louts h. Rubinson grandmaster. O. B. 8 Philadelphia. 27�?01. Harry Cutler Providence r. I., chairman exam. Jewish a Elfath service Al Colotte Rhode Island state militia London. Aug. Or. Kratt <6k from Europa Talla of Para Cutrona in Poland and Hungary. Press was presented to the comb Tami for examination. Reeo Lutins were adopted setting Forth the objections and aet Iviree the league during the past aet years and in conclusion it was Fiir a in a resolved that the league continue Ite a Tiv cities by giving the we debt pee lbs publicity to the truth or seeming to Numbat 12. The French liner France a a rite at i j.�, and that is ene of the me in aug. Artists authors and savants. Sept. 83�?jacob spa Wakowski Pioneer. Yiddish some. In Mon. i amp Lysowski author on socialism. Psyris. Of oct. Jos. Brahm composer Brooklyn. A Benne bag sky medical author Berlin. Dec. Mar. 24�?jacob Feuerlicht a stored ral cd Imago. Aptil 29�?louis steer retired a bbl Washingtn a c. In a of a it. It Uva in de is not years gets not breaths feelings not in figures Onia dial i Lek mind count to life by heart throbs in Moat lives Idi inks Mosby feels the noblest cts the Best. But a Means unto an end that citizen of a town without being registered As such. Inasmuch As Many ing mean and end to All to filings i jews were expelled from the Interior of Russia within the last thirty years and settled in Poland which was part of the so called Pale of settlement polish cities had a number of jewish inha>ltant8 who came originally from places which Are now russian. The hew Law of Poland makes them aliens although they have lived Ift these places for two generations. The attitude of the government a May 17�?iwtac Jacobey term Eon rabbi. New Yorito. May 23�?moritz 8t8ckelm8xher, rabbi author Manche to. July 8�?Israel Friedlaender. Professor author assassinated. Jarrau Lietz. Fit Hyman b. Cantor rabbi Relief worker ass Amin ated Jar Muletz. July 29�?bu Mayer rabbi Albany n. Y. 8�?solomon Jacobs rabbi. Toronto. Can. July dec. 13�?yittore Rava , Rome. Deo. 13�?adolph on do Laryn Logist professor Budapest. Dec. 17�?bernard Yuen author of philes. Vienna. Jan. 13. 1320�?wm. 8. Bothell. Medical author and professor. New Yea. Jan. To Tirol nip Navarra i enter. Milan. Feb. 17bela a Mogul socialist editor assassinated. Net Tork from Havre with 1,s00 passengers. To d baby girls were bom in the Steerage of armenian mothers. The voyage it occupied nine Days because France is economizing her Coal. Among the 475 passengers in the for set Cabin wus or Nathan Krass pc bbl of the Central Synagog and member of the american jewish Relief and joint distr Lention committee who for two months has been visiting the various distributing centers established abroad. In a statement he said a although the american jews have raised about forty millions of dollars in the. Last four years Many non to this end articles by leading has it dorians and educators Demontra Tilting to the non jew the slanderous dts Acter of the propaganda now being carried on by stir defamer and the base motives of those. Who Are attempts ing to create anti semitism in the United states be sent to those who Art rec ving the anti semitic literature. I thereupon professor Gotti iad Deutsch of the hebrew Union College was authorized to select a committee of which he shall be chairman composed of men of recognized authority regardless of religious Creed to ans to the false charges emanating from Tbs anti semitic clique and to publish to Budapest Stepna Aue. The year 5680 by Gotthard Deutseh. Communal workers and persons prominent in the jewish Community. Oct. 4�?salomon Schinkal i Starette manufacturer. New Yorac. A a oct. 14�?Moses h. Moses com. Worker new Yorac oct. 24�?berthold Geiger com. Worker Frankfort a. Main. Nov. 8�?gustav Poliak. American pm Bliest Cambridge. Maas. Nov. 27�?enoch Rauh com. Leader Pittsburg a. Dec. 1�?george m. Brandt publisher of Havanna a new York. 6�?isaac Hutzler com. Worker rid old a. 10�?8lmon Kuhn com. Worker can Cinatl. 14�?wullam Solomon philanthropist. New York. Feb. 21�?stephanla Goldenring authoress Berlin. Politicians men prominent in Public life. Of. 7�?hugo hate socialist Leader. Wimer. 10�?rebecca jews contrib Piug quite liberally for j a ame from time to time in pm Phlp a the suffering jews of Eastern Europe Fonn. Professor Deutseh there pm this amount was inadequate to do con behalf of the anti defame at of use Nevi b i str Etive Relief work. We Man . New Torii. 24�?henry Deutsch de la Murthe Maecenas Paris. Kept 1 i Ali a dec. Dec. Dec. Jan. 4, 1920�?philip Ornstein Secretary United Synagog concluded from last week Rumania. Jan. Sli the problem which occupied the thormities adds to the Legal difficulties. I Fob. L8b people for nearly sixty Yeara i it was admitted in the parliament that solved by the treaty signed de-1 jews were discriminated against in a feb. 10, 1919, which provides in ar-1 the distribution of Rel of thao c r 7 that Rumania obligates Burse it i from America. All that he a lifter he ize without any formality ice j when questioned on these facts i to say was that mistakes could Nair be avoided owing to incomplete itis in any other country a one Pou a tics. The principle upon which the authorities act is a a swot do Swego. A living in the territory of re Iola who have not claimed citizen London. 9�?louis 8. Levi communal worker of Cinel Lunati Atlantic City n. J. Jan. 26�?lquis m. Blumstein manufacturer. New York. 1�?ida Belle Cutler communal worker Providence r. I. 4�?louis j. Berkowtz communal Wor icer Kansas City to. 5�?Joseph Zeff zionist worker. A can Ork. 9�?julius Kayser communal worke ii w York it. Feb. 28�?abraham Kaplan. Zionist Leader. Minsk. Mar. 6�?henry n. Wessex judge and communal work the Philadelphia. Mar. 2 a Pomillo Ayo zionist worker Rome. 30�?lionel Abrahams assistant under Secretary for India London. /. L Dea 20�?adolph stand zionist sex member of Reich Sra Vienna. 28�?moritz Baerwald member National Verslu Berlin. 28--81r Charles h. Henry m. P., London. 10�?tobias Askenasy politician Lemberg. 15, 1920�?charles h. Lauchheimer Brig general u. S. N., Washington. Star. Is Georke Lotus Baer hist., economist. New York. Mar. It Moris Benedykt publicist Vienna. Mar. 13�?frederick j. Level so or dermatologist. New York. April 9--Judah Katsenelinbo gun hebrew publisher. New Mil Lions of children and Adulte Aliv in Tho Hopes that the coming peace would so alter living conditions As to enable the jews to care for themselves. Jet Ign presented an Art late prepared by him exposing the hoax which ing foisted on the american Public in a Book known As a the Proton blah it was ordered that the Articie be pub dec. Do a Jan. Jan. Our Hopes were / vain it once. It i York. april 14�?mortis . Alienist prof., Vienna. April 2t--h�niy Mosler Painter. New York. Id Kessler. Of ddts actor. New York. Everywhere Are practically worse than in 1914. A on account of the awful instability in Poland conditions generally Are very bad there and the greatest suf ferns Are the jews. Pogroms Are very frequent. The jews Are accused of being sympathetic toward the Bol Sheviki and More than that they Are also decided that when the series of articles is Complete rut Tobej la of be published in Book form. A Quot ii a thu reconciliation. Rabbi Isidore Lewinthal these Holiday times always bring it of be. I july is Heinrich Fried Jung historian Vienna. Aug. 32�?adam poll xer Ato Logist. Vienna. I Jan. Is Alfred Morde ii brigadier Gen. U. 6. Army Washington s3�?max Silberberg. Politician and financier Cincinnati. 2r"jacob Hecht rumanian senator a Zemowitz. Lwi Quot be a be Wal a it to i Are a. Toai feb. Feb. Mar. April May 23�?bllo Melli sex member italian parliament Ferrara. 12�?b t be or Evalola d a cute autre no 1 this is the question. The which Means everybody for himself. One of the leading polish journalists Andrew Niemojeski said to the correspondent of aft italian paper that the mar. 21�?leone Ravenna communal worker Ferrara. April 9�?isaiab w. Heilman banker and philanthropist. Aron Gustav Springer manufacturer Vienna. 7�?morris Simkofsky socialist assassinated. New York. May 11�?glarence i. De Sola zionist Leader Boston. Ent made by Premier Clemen that Rumania a trusted in us is Nous. The Lead Jig anti semitic it clan professor Cusa declared to Only solution of the jewish question american newspaper Corr Spond it Leo Wol Filon that Lii his opinion a oly solution of the jewish ques is emigration either voluntary or iced and if Yeeu be at the coat flood. There can be no a Are no More Friendly to i jews than they have been before. A a from Bott Sbani who applied was the extermination of the jews and w Hen asked Bow this was possible in View of the fact that the jews form sixteen per cent of the population he said that morally this was not different from War the attitude of the intellectuals is shown in the Case of professor Zerbak who delivered a lecture on ritual murder with stereo Ficon san Francisco. April 11�?isaac Weiss communal worker Philadelphia. April 27�?samu�l Grabfelder Philadelphia communal worker Atlantic City. 2�?adolph Zederbaum phys. Cen Nunal worker xxx Angeles Cal. 10�?isaiah Quot a. Hellman banker san Francisco. 27�?fritz Homburger communal worker Karlsruhe. Converts christians connected with jewish life. May May May mar. 2s�?prince Alois Lichtenstein Antl sem. Leader Vienna. Miscellaneous. Jan. 2, w20�?leopoldina Kulka worker for women s rights Vienna. My 6�?sophia, wife of Samuel Gompers Washington d. C. 0� i land. Shortly before i left several thousand jewish soldiers who had volunteered in the polish army were incarcerated and stripped of Ali eur uniforms with no charges against them. As the bolshevik a advanced upon various towns tie poles evacuated but before leaving would loot and attack the jews. 1 know that the moral Relicke or warning on the part of the United states and England would have a sobering effect and would safeguard the Jen s from further outrages. A was a result of these outrages ,-sa.nds of jews have fled to Czechoslovakia a where they Are fugitive of yet the Una Jority of the zionists were very enthusiastic As the convention in new York May 9-10 listed in 1856. Or. Maurice Freiberg 1 beaten because she demanded payment donated 150,000 for a Hiaty Ralty Ward for vegetables stolen from her stall of the jewish Hospital of Cincinnati and a monster Parade on the following and mrs. B. D. A Windrath of Chicago without any Means of earning a livelihood. In Prague for example i saw in the mortuary room at the jew Lali cemetery a number of such fugitive admission to civil service Examina-1 views showing jews wrapped in Taliath m in the Railroad department was he should prep re himself in Tal Lud and apply to the authorities in it inc. There Are occasionally log ims reported As one from Braila of in the act of cutting the Throat of a child. We have not had cases of bloody pogroms such As occurred a year ago but the aun Yancek to which travelling r 29, 1919, and from the former jews Are subjected Are pogroms of an Rian province of Bukovina now prorated in Rumania it la a epoxied the jews pre Frum All run sent monopolies such As Salt. Led by soldiers in uniform late-1 various religions id tobacco and All jewish officials e of whom were of High standing t�4? Leon Kellner an author ii of English literature were Dis red. The Only outstanding fact Talmit a jew formerly a member of the austrian Reichsrath Benno Strauc a a represents now the City of Czerno Voltz in the rum Anlon parliament. Inferior Cliar Acter. Jews Wito travel in railroads Are as8auited.,their beards Are pulled Vlf a of that of Felty of the mob Usu Nily rep a Senta Tives of the Day showed. The crowning event was the appointment of Herbert Samuel on this occasion raised to Knighthood a High commissioner to Palestine and his appearance in Jerusalem july 7 when he read his declaration in which the jewish Homeland was again announced As a fact with the ass univ Ance that it would not mean the of the . And religious Liberty would be pre full Cound up Thor sacred gave $7oq,o0cr to relieve malnutrition among the children of the poor. Or. Samuel Grabfelder who for years was the Ini ration in the a Dak of developing the National Hospital for jewish consumptive in Denver Colo left in his will go 0j 00 for charities. An equal snip was bequeathed by or. I. W. Hell rank of san frands of which 125,000 was sep to a cat buc of plan in tying. To if in a und on another occasion when a jewish Hawker cd me into a Market Placid w4ui a Carload of potatoes hl3 St Ock farm lies w As a gazed and a forced Sale was of a Vienna alone there felted it a ruinous Price. Neither he nor any jew was allowed to buy and the Only effect of is protests wis to ensure him being left As the result of the assaults he rec Elleck a jewish Polis i Minifay issued a of ecu Are about eighty thousand fugitives and More Are entering daily. While i was in Vienna i head rumblings of anti semitism and would not at All be aur Priseila if an outbreak a Ould occur during tie elections in october. A in Hungary the bed terror fomented by the bolshevik Baa been Soi it Teta a net a a i a de by various com planted by the White terror carried on to assist the by the a banter . Because i Russia. At the moment of this writing con Lions Are very Voce Talut. A fact that Tan be taken As pos Falve is the report of judge Harry Fisher and or. Max Pine who returned from a Mission to but via and state that under the Bol i Kvalst government there is no jews ish Ion in the political Ense but the comic and the spiritual condition i very unsatisfactory because of the. Huge number of merchants among the and because of the hostility of the soviet to religious institutions. It is. Equally certain that where the Loyal russian armies under Kolchak by in View of the great crisis die to the Progress of the bolshevism armies there was an attempt made to modify conditions. The jew Lidi members of the parliament were Callett in consultation by the Premier who promised that every Case of assault or of persecution would be investigated and promptly remedied. We shall see How Bis Promise will be carried into effect free countries. Switzerland Quot enjoying immunity der list of dry statist do data but this one is quoted As a proof of the Broad Buind Denees of jewish Benedictos who do not draw the line against other religions Denom Dallons. By Way of con War loan. The jewish communities ing Ali War became Alaven of re Fuge i a a Ion for numerous jews compelled to leave Joseph Schon thai of co were praised for their patriotic we orig. Five Hundred jews entered the polish army As volunteers at Kalish. Throughout Poland special services were held in the Synagog for the sue Een unbelievable pogroms in Hungary a few jews were associated with the bolshevik movement in Hungary the vast bulk of the rank and file As Well As 88 per cent of the immediate leaders. Were non jews there have their Homes. There is no doubt that of ii donated $10,000 for toe zionism. The anniversary of the Balfour declaration was celebrated with great enthusiasm in London november 2, 1919in a meeting presided Over by lord Rothschild. Lord Curzon the Secretary of foreign affairs sent a message in which he stated that the government stood by the Balfour declaration. Simar was the statement of Herbert Samuel who expressed a the unshakeable will of the jewish people to re establish the National Home ill at the dinner Given by w4 Denikin were fighting the jews i the zionist organization of America these newcomers Are not quite Welcome. The prohibition against the ritual Kuling of and Mala which had been sushi Index november -.23, 1918, was re enforced april 1920. It May be that this action was not directed against the immigrants but it surely proves a desire to make the jews uncomfortable. This desire was More clearly expressed in a session of the Ganton Connuli of Zurich february 2, 1920in the course of a debate on the privilege granted to jewish children attending Public schools that they shall not be compelled to write on the Sabbath. It was demanded that parents of such children should not be naturalized. In Italy for the first time since the in Licati Ltd of jewish text books. While the needs of Relief of poverty sickness and a naturally require larger Sims than the spiritual Aims of Judaism this fact shows that they do not Appeal very strongly to our philanthropists. Zoniga news the polish government has appointed professor s. Ashkenazi to by its a second representation the league of nations. The sex Premier air. Paderewski is the first representative. The polish government has postponed the conferences of polish and jewish leaders w Lreh reference to toe Cess of the polish Arras. All preachers appealed to the jews to support Tho army and the War loan. A deputation of the jewish committee for the defense of Poland visited marshal Pilsudski and promised him the a fun ill support of the jews against the external enemy of the Counti a. Premier and Lemberg Jiw. During his visit to Lemberg or Vitos the polish Premier received a jewish deputation headed by or. Schreiber. The jewish leaders com pain pm of toe internment of Many particularly in Budapest. A thousands of jews driven to def Spair have been baptized in the Hope that this would Wash the Mark of condemnation from their trembling a with regard to Russia a. Krass said that no matter what form of gov or Timet finally is Estable teed in that country the jews can not have worse treatment or suffer More than at present., in Germany he said that he font the sentiment in favor of the Republican party because of the. Belief that i zionists in Galicia and of Tho whole Sale employment of jews in the forced 1 i How Republican Vic Torje. To the most formal stickler for Reily Lous observances and to the advanced free not lined extreme Liberal to oink a. Whether in consequent of Long inherited habit of pious by a arding these seasons or from Timeir inherit flt no a and Beauty these new Yea a Daj so Widis their innocent joyous customs coming As they do Alto nature s most lavish and Lulu Sloas season w Hen she is in her utmost Fri icon and Lux dance the Happy preset teaches us to forget past disappointments a the in kindness of ratio the ingratitude of forgetfulness of friends. Now in this season ail kind actions arc remembered the encouraging word recollected ail the pleasant past remembered the srum Cadaya to be Happy companionship Toa Beautiful paths the innocent games of child Hood the similes of each other s parents and their Bright prom to is for their children a future All is retool fact Edas Alto vivid memories Isi recalled the childhood youth and maturity of the thinker. Heart must respond to heart As with a Doving greeting each welcomes the perhaps extra Nick Friend and so on to our solemn fast Day. What a a throng of memories it Quot Hrino pm to Luab and Eiery thinker there perhaps Are those who recoil Lect Ali eur first Complete Observance. With parents whose forma they View through a Vista of time veiled in tear or Perti aps these others but a Short time ago sanctified the Day in companionship with dearly beloved chit Din husband or wife now taken from them and for one i nce at dear faces what would they not give nothing remand for these Mourne in but the Consolation of perhaps being Able to join their loved ones by practically making their lives More widely sympathetic More Rii Aritz ble More forgiving More tolerant and More merciful. Nashville Tenn. A who 18 or. Flexner7 a labor battalions. They also Drew the Tere the victims of the traditional russian policy which tried to make it in new York february 1, 1920or. ,. the Secretary of the Navy said self popular with the mob by handing a that the zionist movement had his them Over defenceless jews. This gov new kingdom was established the j efforts for creat Fig a polish jew Iii in godspeed and that he foresaw the end United states the of religious persecution throughout the Arch burhop Platon with whom some Catholic party sent representatives to parliament. So far this condition has not affected the jews of whom were elected to the lower House while de standing. The decision was made in View of the critical situation at the front. Jews had a meeting. I French Premier Millerand said in a object undoubtedly was to impress i letter addressed to Sokolow february world with the end of the War the senators were appointed by aria Wiki the Ena of the War. A the King october 6, 1919. It is quite i11-treatment of polish jews. Iff american jews that if they would support this reactionary Mph ement the jews would be protected but otherwise Mey would be mercilessly Quot butchered. 10, 1920that the French government took the sincerest interest in the jewish Homeland and would do All it can Mil Tho to t he a i to Aid this movement. Similar express setting the mob against a ions of sympathy were received from them is evident from the statement of Ato Lral Kolchak that the Czar and m mily were killed by a band of of whom 11 were Fate of the jews in us Rand has described. It is a Tate to Tiv unequalled in our Long his wry of suffering. While the details the murder of professor Israel Bernard Cantor Dinal is pc known it Jerus set that the crime occurred in a Emir Feisal. Although this Leader of the a Sarab aspirations for Complete Independence seems to change his mind very Frequez qty. While Feisal represents toe Mohammedan arabs Christian arabs Are no More favourable to the idea of the restoration i Palestine to the jews. They sent a protest against this scheme to the Pope and handed a Memoir to this effect to car Debois when the latter visited a Comy it lament to the jews that in the great difficulties which the present government has to meet owing to the growing Power of Radical socialists two jews were members of toe reconstructed nitty Cabinet namely Luigi Lazzatti who was for the seventh time although there Are some so a of an he part of toe improved attitude on the polish government towards the jews the. Attitude of the soldiery and the Christian Pupu Laton is still hostile. Or Max Rotenberg who just returned Erqin a visit to a piano informed a representative of the jewish Chron attention of the Premier to the anti semitic riots at Sokolovska Zol Kleffn Boburka and other places and to toe excesses that had been practice against jews in the train s. Both the Premier and toe governor general who w As present during the interview promised to promote a polish jewish understanding and to suppress ail anti semitic excesses. They also undertook to Stop toe persecution of the zionists and asked the deputation to submit to them a memorial on All jewish complaints. Anti defamation league Broadens scope. An All Day meeting attended by representatives of toe Central conference the a a jewish times yiddish of los Angeles had the following 30-rial under toe above head a a a. Flexner is the of toe members in the greater actions go Mutee. B. Flexner is mentioned As Cne of the Likely members of the la her actions of american rabbis the go Uncle of committee. B. Flexner Roget Lar with jew ask women the executive commit lord Rothschild and 8ir a. Mond War of the by Nal by Rith and the gov be the zionist financiers of Pei Estine. Ernie a Board of the anti defame Aitio i b. Flexner. And James Rothschild Hare Lea tie was held in Chicago. Sunday september 5th. The Central conf i been added to the Board of the jewish a Bloniak Trust. We Are familiar with ence of american rabbis Nas repro the identity of lord Toth Schuld. A Secretary of the Treasury and Ludo Hele that he was requested by polish Vico Mortara who be it ame minister of co to bring their sufferings Jostle. This Cabinet was Only two j to the notice of jews in Engi Tod. Floggings let re plucking and other the Rede in Poland terrible outrages. A terrible picture of bolshevik outrages at Brody is narrated in a Telegram from w Arsaw. How toe jews were treated by the bolsheviks is Ultis seated by drs. I to n. Ton Kiln Felix a. and Jos. H. Stoic. Mrs. M. L. Know who sir Alfred Mund ii and we Are acquainted with All other a Iea Pun in represented the Council of which Are being mentioned in connect jewish women. The following Mem-1 Tion with Palestine. But b. Flexner Bers of the executive committee of i this is a name foreign to a. When the b Nai by Rith add of toe governing i did this great Man Sud Daaly Spring Board of the anti defamation beaut. I from what has he done to attain title there m attendance Adolf Kraus High Psi tin what is his past record months in Power March 13 to May 11, 1920 and its successor numbers no i tortures Are frequent. Jew s. It is highly significant that in such a critical situation it was attempted to maintain the Power of traditional democracy vow Ltd the Aid of two experienced jewish statesmen. On the other rated by the following account of tie judge Samuel Rosenfeld professor i Kraal Salem december 05 iai9 one prominent Lead Jerusalem dec Eraser done socialist party is the jew territory. The other new formerly a in a russian Lithuania has a or for jewish affairs in or. Max i some other jewish of Tesh a Anent positions. A meet attn Sra. Up a a a a natives of jewish october 20, 1919 the nov k. Put not Nise of jewish auja the of occasional attacks on the a a ported from various places in vhf stalls which could give a situation. The Republic prominent jewish a Ink and Lissu has a can easily see that this move was prearranged probably on account of the French aspirations to toe Rule in West .,.5, the or onsets Ern Asia. The hostility of the arabs that w a the props Claudio treves a Strong opponent of zionism who ridiculed the san remo expressed itself in a great Public demonstration held in Jerusalem March 13, 1920and in attacks of jewish colonies where life and property were at the mercy of the Savage Ye-1 bedouins. Such an attack was made of old bounced Kings the zionist who dream of restoring the ancient glory of Israel Bow to a new Pontius Pilate. Charities. It has been customary in the old ser in the Colony of me Tullah March 1mon literature of the jews to close when four jews among them ca4tain Trump Eldor were killed and five wounded. On the great annual pilgrimage of the arabs to Jerusalem to the supposed grave of Moses in 1919, inflammatory speeches were made but acts of violence were prevented. It was different in 1920, when Jerusalem in a pm. The Situa go there is Peculiar. The Rural popu 6lv cities Are for the first time in centuries witnessed and jewish and toe with something strengthening the Hope in the future. The Jim Talvity of the american jews in bringing Relief to their suffering Brethren in the w a a stricken countries has nothing equal in jewish history. It w As proposed to raise a fund of $10.000,009 for reconstruction work and at one meeting lil self witnessed an assault on an old jew. Near Warsaw his Beard being torn out by soldiers. He was informed of a Case of a jew who was tortured by lighted candles being Piacesi under his Palms. He Sav jews on the railway wit i their faces tied up m Luton Dkl Racli ifs in order to avoid assault by having their beards torn out. He was told of a Case of a jew travelling on toe railway near Warsaw wit i cell dry a. Early in the morning some polish soldiers summon Eil him into the Coral do robbed him of All he possessed on his person and ordered him to jump out of Tjie w in Dow of the moving train. The jew begged for mercy and pointed to his wife and children in the Carriage. The implacable soldiers ended Tbs altercation by Stabb lug the unfortunate Man with bayonets and he expired lit correspondent of the Kuijer Warshaw or. Rotenberg j Gokh who visited the town after its recapture by the poles. The red warriors we Ere not Content with Mere pillage. A they could not steal anything from me As i had Nott ins More left a related the jewish Workman Joseph Gotthard Deutseh rabbi Eugene and w Hal abilities does he possess a Waii. That we have been Able to dlr it a Mannheimer Sigmund Livingston i poorer about this newly found great Mayer. \ a they saw my Little boy asleep in his Cradle. A what a the Good of suf Fering this Little beast to live a said Ope of tie assassins and he smashed with such a terrible strike of Bis sword the Skull of my poor Little boy that the brain matter was scattered in All Mother was stabbed several times in toe Back. A Why did they do it we ept Mayer. A the jew s told How toe red soldiers violated their daughters before their eyes w labout sparing even twelve year old girls. They showed me their dead and fearfully mutilated Theodore a Elczuk the Bailiff of a judge Philip Stein Julius h. Meyer or. Gerson b. Levi. Or. A. D. Wemer b. Seelenfreund i Eon i. I of is or. Harry Kraus Henry Monsky Gustavus Loevinger and he run d. Frankel. A Complete report showing the present status of Nntl-8emitism in european countries and in the United states was presented by the Secretary Roan is the fact that he Halls from clip Cago. We have accordingly into St gated the jew ish records of Chicago. A in toe lists of Chicago jewish chai4 cities his name does not appear As a in Ember nor is his name to be found on the list of the local United charities. The jewish historical society of Illinois is not in a position to Supply any information about him. In the of the league together with a state records of the Synagog temples. Ment in detail of the various Steps Al lodges societies and various other ready taken to counteract the effect jewish organizations his name can Nelt of the vicious anti jewish propaganda 1 be traced. He is not a shekel payer now being carried on in this country. Nor a registered zionist nor a Martyr a program designed to mitigate so far i of any sort nor a As possible the efforts of those who Are. Endeavouring to stir up racial and a the is a lawyer a a Yehudi a Tho a far from jewish life. It is quite pop it a a the presence of his terrified family neighbouring Village showed to toe Cor the germans and held in new York May 16$416,00 a regular pogrom april 4lasting fori was raised to which Nathan Straus assaults on jews Between Lodz and Lask have been so Quot fruent that the jews a Iamb ceased to travel by rail and resp it Dent of toe Kuijer the bodies of some soldiers mutilated by the Bollte lbs a today a he said a we gather Loci Tuc a k 1l i three Days and resulting in two jews contributed $100,000, it is also to be _ s hold the balance of a filed on 186 wounded. The incident proc a by read Between the two around these corpses and All Chris r. A Rio or Quot a a a. Kea on too wound a. One incite no he Tajc pm Finland has As made the subject of an Interpol a a the Ahia of a 1 the Little that lation in the British House of Cora learn it appears that i a Oil Ranier ianlia<1 he Ilse u4.�.-1 Mons and Bonar Law replied that he riirb<o2 years have Kjad full Confidence in general Allenby. A a Assiad Tara nov Tara Kwh a it no a a i indeed further disturbances have not Mczined to be just to the jews. 8 in Tervo new which Nahum Soko is a ill x Lanum a oko k 1?� finnish ambassador not get a satisfactory occurred. Shortly afterwards april 24 the declaration of a Romo w As recorded with satisfaction that Vath it us Christian clergymen appealed to their congregations in the interest of this work. It is also Gratifying that the Reg Wii Harity work within this country has by no Means suffered from the demands made for Relief abroad. Ask Al Wajs the Relief of the sick meet place regular convoys having been arranged for Mutual a trans and jew s alike Pray to god that he May not forgive such crimes and polish com-1 that he May punish them w Ith toe Mandy in chief condemning excesses i it Vorst tortures of i published stating that the mandate i with the greatest sympathy. The Gug. A a is. Fio estion of the future of j Imd declare Fig that Palestine should be a jewish Homeland. This Decio ratios aroused naturally great enthusiasm in zionist Camps although Israel Lang Wilt disappointment at a Roland. La Riece that a people Ibe foreign Rule is Apt to to come lie has been amply proven �0 two years Sloe Poland a Vav. A a a a a a i. A a a a a a Venheim Brothers gave $250,000 for a news Pavilion of the it. Sinai roil Altai of new yrs. The trustees of the in Stetu Tlam plan the building of new wings it a Tom exp enditto of $3-250t000, a sum which would surely solution which in a his opinion meant f have been considered a tale from Falit less than the aim of the format i i Vars t Iohd when this Insari Turon was a Kab against the jews has had Little Ettelt the press is still full of and semitic articles. Jews constantly disappear and their Fate in unknown. The Polis i jews describe present conditions As a worse than the spa i this terrible state of affairs is corroborated by or. H. Steedman of 4, Hamilton Terrace la eds in to a ours of an la View it in the Yorkshire Bre Hong port. A Hiie tra veting from a a vigorous outdoor Breezy moral culture lives in toe Active it sent and having done its Best dismisses the past without regret. The Besl curative tor is a nettle Unsei spiritual morbid Ness ish Benevolence. Perhaps Baca use doing Good to others implies less thought of ourselves does it seem the most to Waw -. Perfect kind of happiness. We ate in Ftp spiritual Aspra isl �?olit.?� Hugo tons when we get furthest away from mostly w As adopted and the various j sible that he is an assimilate or. Steps already taken by toe executives of the Lougue were approved. The commit �4 How does he Cometo represent ust How is it that he has been raised to had before it for examination the i such an exalted position in the nation. Clearborn Imu pendent articles As we Ell As articles from other magazines and newspapers of a similar nature several auu semitic books Reee Nutly published one containing nearly five Hundred pages written by an eminent historian in Tolch the jew is blamed for toe failures of the peace conference an other living a new version of a the protocols a designed for american consumption and containing on Hundred and fifty pages of garbled quotations from jew Iii authors intended to demonstrate the authenticity of toe document numerous magazines articles and newspaper clippings and a Complete sen t of the material emanating from the English anti semitic Bur a Al movement who is b. Flexner a _ i the primary duty of thl churches. As published in the new witness a to total Revty a i he London times m f / a a. Joke by toe crowd. It saw a a Desmond. .1. A. Moreing Chro Oide the Spectator and other English publications and As reprinted in toe american and Canadian 4 of course the primary Job of the churches is to conserve and impart. Religion. What they do in the line of Good works a so relied thought important and beneficial is All secondly to the duty of holding realizing and imparting the Faith. Their great office is to connect things visible Wotli things unseen. If they done to do tha l All their organization for benevolent fee and All the dollars they a Price front submissive Contr Tutoni wont sate them from failure As cd Sklias. Their re Ard is spiritual. It cwt not be accomplished by Mere material a Tiyi ties though such activities Are bound to follow if the a ritual or prospers a Jfe 4i� i -4 1. A a j. .1 4 Vii. A \ a or in Mem it a a Quot 3 m. Jim a i Byi. Y. A. I a 3 a h v i of of it a or a j of Quot. I i of a xxi it a i i o m a a in i i k. A i a 1 a t in 3 a fio o t a. A b l a a Jbv r to b the in $ b a i. Quot y x l we. Xxx. 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