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A a a Man mme la Mii <1 Imsu a a a a a a my. Inni in addition to the question of per Sonner the re also Elsted a wide Dif Ference of opinion As to the executive s functions in so far As these were applicable to the existing a Lonist the question of supplying Electra commission in Palestine created right k fax ii Are branded. But the Gold of Broom sunsets Goldenrod and Barley plume. After a enrol Allenby s entry into Lei a i and sold in a a Ose searing Toudie their a oils a Power has been for sometime engaging the attention of zionist engineers. During the last year Pincus Rutten Berg an Engineer of International repute devoted himself exclusively Tom j work. The achievement of this i Italy and certain portions of Russia hath he measure never tinted i operation will make possible the Iriart a i. A up Niar it a i a a various industries employing Jerusalem. The americans supported by the entire English speaking group and the delegations from France Germany v a Iii Iii to Iii opt if a i i Iii Hij >i8 1st As Well a in air other it is Amr-1 Congress quoted by or. Wolf and my lean jews were looked upon by their i self in the above died work that the european Brethren simply As the i views of England in favor of religious of Germany and the italian Premier Only after the blow had fallen a non had. Given Assurance m their desire if Ltd was not then at the in Tinar Means for supp Sittg the sary for the furtherance of Neces i Liberty quam tees were invariably ideas i voiced at the Congress by i fwd sails the Powerw conceiving a Feas being Bury rather than his chief. It is in of course entirely condoned to the in Popehn Branch. A number of causes this time a the resting to observe or. Buckle so acceptance of the Story that Prince Bismarck elated of his British associate. Opportunely offered to work for Balkan jewish emancipation at the a pjs of cling Congress. Right after the Berlin Congress had been definitely decided upon Jonel de Turrth split ill under Date of May 31, these being their ability to false the greater Portum of the Sun no required alte Jude Das 1st der Mann a the old jew that is the Manas also of the a \ a. A a not the sparing piece a won Ore the poor Man s vacant i Many labourers particularly Lii in Irmease cd tended for the abolishment of the commission. This View wife but they i by american the i opposed by the delegates from Poland r. I Northern part of the country where i and the Ukraine who maintained that a by meted though in plenty they Are badly needed and where through jewish Genius they can be made to flourish. Minted but the Silver Stream. Feathers so Tver Birch and minnows gleam some of the resolutions adopted inner their interests. It would be Folly to Abollah the commission at this time because the jews a 1 delegations seemed eau in Palestine still needed it to look aft a a ,. 1878, addressed an Earnest letter to voted the americans opt did least of i about the time of the a grows i a Beaconsfield urging action in favor of the removal of jewish disabilities there or. Buckle quotes from _ a letter directed by Beaconsfield to lowing the Congress kept three por-1 Vith respect to proceedings. To a at the coff rest and it la not unlikely i desirable change to be made m Tea than any in Berlin a my Sovereign my wife that the Rothschild files contain Spe Ibe rumanian jew lab different 1 and my Friend a As be explained. But among the for boost was the pure j claim that ims Marck immediately Fol k Tralli a is they re. Of this changed German attitude Little Signi flounce can be Given to Bismarck a supposed statement to the Bumanlag envoy it Nydza in 18, that France and Italy had initiated the be jewish provisions at the Congress and Buat Germany it mind not withhold bar is port from such fundamentals of Diu nation. Nor was there design in tiie fact that Bismarck As presiding a cer us fortunately just before adjournment declined to permit a a a of celled in the United states political f traits displayed in his pro vote cab Lilet insult nations. Theof More other body a Mig the f to handle its connection with this phase of the work i a to cent Lune Tolfe commission assert the big Job ahead. At first the americans used of lacking Quot finer j. A Fri i la arriving at an under de the americans was a sure to result i possessing a a higher soul. 6-�?�?Tillft Luu Collera i a ��#1 i .1 j. I is .�.1. A i a a j -�1 i t stress sharing not the meager Coin Orch of which the child and Psi it per join _ Quot Fig extant one Long since de-1 Settie. A pairing but the Copper Trees 1 for Cones russet apples brawn in fact probably the Best analysis by the authors of this monumental biography themselves is or. Bulb los ad-8,�?� of not i Strable of the treaty of but when i Berlin i 862-8 As a great piece a lie statements from Disraeli on teds i instance of Despres a subject too. 80 also a Brief joint 1 of bin and a Sliwi Ere a Rumei sorial was addressed to the English representatives the Day the Cut ing member of the committee on style a Bismarck merely son get in this As a a gives opened by j. M. Monteflores a j other cases to prevent eleventh How standing of the wishes and decisions j in a duplication of Effort they a i the a Fine Feather fit of oratory settled i British constructive Staroan-1 a cd a try i adopted which Rould have president of the in Mon committee of pm Btu it is of the conference i one of these reads Gued that the zionist commission in Down and the delegates had to View ship and he frankly describes this to ugg president of the Anglo a Only word res i Palestine served a Good purpose while 1 the naked problems the american who have been successfully tested by i the country was under military occur Long experience should be assisted to special attention should Patlon but became obsolete with the j practical Matte fact arrival of sir Herbert Samuel As High of talking about it by it Polof of View of tackling to Job in a instead to make a peace with Honor As dlsraell�?T8 a Maln jewish association. Three Days Law or International work by it his repute june Leth Baron de Worms the deliberations of the Congress very much. Curiously enough. Prince hot be Given to the Ifer a suitability for another lays Down As a basis that 1 Pla of Palestine was charged with the commissioner who As indicated in the 1 headway. There Fibre ast a Confer Brit Ash Kings proclamation to the peo-1 ence reached its close Dagian ded a Star. A the fundamental principle of zionist duty of establishing in Palestine inures necessary for the Crealo Mei a ringed been w.,3 auu a to a i can Doerothy m. Bunn in the Montreal land policy is that All land on which jewish colonization takes place should 1 a National Home for the jewish p eventually become the common property of the jewish in order to avoid land speculation most unan 1 Mon sly that one or More the american Zion Sta serve on the to m As a european statesman must stand or particularly in the Light of the fact that Versailles has jut avowedly undone so much that was done forty years before it Berlin this analysis of the Eaty of Berlin in Lidies a diary contains a contend by stated Quot that by a cons flex a had take n a a it pm it Phi pc entry. Stating that a Cut Tver a distinction no american and Disraeli a entire Eastern policy As jew enjoyed in the Twenty three years srey to plebe of permanent european y Busti Speed reliability Hen of it Lett lie allies backing efforts. Of the movement s history. And Towie Are not All the reasons statesmanship is interesting and value ble it is remarkable that even the the liveliest interest in this subject or also that Prince Bismarck Hal indirectly informed Trio jewish gentlemen who had drawn his attention to the subject evidently the High Baron Bie Schroeder that he did not consider any settlement of the Eastern does rope ill have occasion to repent at or Leisure the haste pursued in to Nat ing details at Gie Congress due largely to ill health on Bismarck s part. This analysis of the credit Rei me timely due to the great Powers for Otto adoption of the jewish clauses at tha ton satisfactory which did not place 1 Congress results therefore. In a Taew substantial reiteration of Biel the conference went on record favor Sage to quote from King Georges Mes that wit rebut to the Ascendancy of London a a times accepts this verdict american Israel in world jewish of ing that a land Purchase in Palestine be id Palastine commission la abolish centralized in an officially recognized to and world leaders take their Plazea. Official report _ a the Concrete results of the Erld zionist conference May be Sumas follows 1. The adoption of a policy and Ihn of action for the up building of institution under the control of the zionist the Sec Otid question was that of obtaining the Neces by financial backing. The sums lie Ede Are enormous. Each one of these three major enterprises will demand larger sums than the jews have yet been called upon to provide for any National cause. The budget approved by the conference Calls for �,000,000. It is How the Allied Powers whose arms 1 fairs there is still a other and a were victorious in the late War have powerful one too it is brandies. Entrusted to my country a mandate to in opening the conference or. Bran watch Over interests of Palestine i Dies said and to insure to your country that a a this new task will be difficult. Al peaceful and prosperous devel Ltd ment 1 though heavy. It will Beju Vous. For which has so Long been denied to you. Een Oenea to you. 1 shall be buoyed up i a you Are Wen a Otei that the Allied Hie Appeal and the be and associated Powers have decided by the Irres Listl Auty of pales in an interesting review of the Ork reprinted in the july 17th Issue of a living an enormous amount of Anth Ortive new material regarding England a relations to Russia and the Eastern question could now be release despite prior reasons of state. Or. Buckles reference to the fact that Arthur Balfour attended the con the jews of Rumania upon a footing., of perfect Equality with their Tuow 1 a contemporary statement that citizens. The delegates of the aul Huce a Quot a a required to the co operation of All Tiff uni Verselle advised under a Ite of Powers other than Russia. To dlr june Width. That Aidin Issyk a Secretary numerous references to the services of reported that it had been decided to j Bie Schroeder justly reprinting an intake action in the jewish cause and 1 the resting character Etc Lon of Hlex Itiat Beacon idled would offer the Reso-1 tracked by or. Buckle i. 0 fro that measures shall be adopted for the j the impulse of Justice to All Israel will gradual establishment in Palestine of a in her old Home re stored in fulfilment Tine. We shall toll confident that with i Sallsbury s private Secretary suggests the thought that in these Early Days already that a a philosopher lotions. A determination subsequent-1 kept by Beon eld for que by changed and that in any event 1� during the Congress a july 3. The great banker of ber Andrassy would support him. They Ais reported three Days earlier hat Len is or. Bie Schroeder. He was Orgl the outlining of a system for the i Ever Patent that it would be impose of the Large funds that sible to raise in a Given time through station of Palestine will Necesse j free will offerings a sum equivalent to $100,000,000. Hence the plan pro National Home for the jewish this message which was flashed to London during the first week of the i troubled world arid that the nations of prayer and of striving develop a i statesman acquired the interest in the j i ii had done for the israelite and they had conferred with lord Odo re daily Rothschild a agent but the Prus sell who recalled what la it re John Kus-1 wars off de him great oppor conference made a profound impress will again Call he a lapsed. Civilize Lam which Hlll bring Light to a d�wl8h question which nearly years j that he himself a uld support the jew. Ish cause a on Tny 12th already they slow on All the delegates and which in ii late. It is Tipe for action. There is no 3. The election of a new executive Pond is a combination of both out Pable of coping with the great task Ufi conting the jewish people. 4. The changing of the main act Lvi right contributions and investments or quasi investments. Of the 23,000, itself is self sufficient was still further place now for irresponsible Day dream amplified in the High commissioners ing. Service and self sacrifice direct later found expression in the a Balfour declaration regarding Palestine. In the above cited Wrork or. Wolf and thyself pointed out p. 53 that it is Only superficially True that the address. Sir Herbert said de by understanding Are essential. A the time has now happily arrived and every jew must Bear his part. 000 asked Are to be in when the economic development of the i let is proceed for the heed is ure amp of the zionist Organ Melon from form of investments in a sort of j , Long held Back by the exist-1 gent Anda to state building. Rational loan the balance 9,000,000,1 ence of a state of War and its Oonse-1 when amidst a nag and to joining the it id Congress and that t 5. The establishment pos ably for j 1� to come As a gift from the jews quenches May be actively undertaken. Curtain fell on the Moat historic jew i a a described in the protocol As the French propositions and season of the fact that Frank offered land of that great race from Thieu Quot. Beacon a fled sprang a but As he is time of the importance if not the Dency of american Israel in id jewish affairs. The great Opportunity the jewish Hie have been waiting and Strug throughout the world. Each investor the measures designed to promote the ish gathering in 2,000 years. Unities thit he now almost seems to rival his former master. The has built himself a real Palace and Liis magnify cent banquet aug Hall permitted him to invite the de plenipotentiaries and secretaries of embassy and the chief to welcomed Beacon eld ministers of the Empire. 1 theft n his return from the Congress were present except p. Bismark who never a appears except occasionally at a Royal Able. Or. Bleichrot der however is p. Bismarck a into mate and according to his own to wholly silent about the action taken at is Ifim individual 10 Dar had Learned that Beaconsfield was to Vor ably disposed. Or. Buckle men Tinis the fact Vi-345 that among a Hose As a sir Moses Monteflores the most respected member in eng will receive a certificate or receipt for r establishment of the jewish National remittance which at the end of five Home will greatly assist that develop years will he negotiable for a 2 per land sales and other transact a. The Congress on behalf of jewish emancipation he ignores the Sig to speak the truth to his highness. The banqueting Hail very vast and cent dividend bearing Bond. In five i tons in land will be resumed at a very contended that in fact. It is difficult _ to justify a conclusion which gives i a a Licanto of this sex re Lon of gri�-1�i Dura Eli Tad Jewiak a Amcy Bat ii i More credit therefor to France than j Tyre on the part of the venerable jew j Man Sima is built of every species of Early Date. They will be subject to Ain restrictions designed to pre ing for has come. The san remo de years it is figured jewish Palestine in affecting Palestine in considered will be sufficiently de oped not Only by lord Robert Coll next to the Ere to assume a National debt of this size i vent speculations which will be Deion of the league of nations As the but also to pay dividends on u. This i fined in an ordinance enacted immedi condition will be materially helped by at by. At the of fuss of Berlin i a of the american Point of View with be t important outcome of the War i the zionist Are deeply grateful to the 9,000,000 gift Money who Chi is to go toward paying All of the non profit Gard both to the personnel of the ext As has been so often reiterated by i producing undertakings such Asl ecu Tive and the abolishment of the e responsible zionist lenders it is schools Upkeep and zionist commission in Palestine finally overhead expense assuring thus the i Diing Mure than an Opportunity. Balfour declaration concerning a a tonal Home in Palestine a 1 or. Legmann in his opening add which is now embodied in 4he tar with Turtz by and thus has be prevailed. The commission has been safety of the invested part of the i discarded and the men elected a were Money. To be that of Jehovah. Chosen primarily. For their fitness it to meet the conditions the san Romo de by Max j. Kotor. To England Germany and even Italy. The subject was in fact not included in be Agenda of the Congress hut there is evidence that some is before the sessions began on june 13, 1878, various persons were authority ish philanthropist and Champi i of i of a a a of Balkan jewish rights. From Conte Coniry a Yurces know that Baron Bie Schroeder already on july 2, 1878, ble. It is Gold. There was a gallery for the musicians who Pia Yod Wagner and Wagner Only Wahidi i was the two concluding Voln Taes just 1 Lively advise i that the subject would published of the Moneypenny buckle i lie of totally considered there. John a had advised Moses Monteflores of the i glad of As i have rarely bad i then unpublished religions Liberty ar-1 Opportunity of he Reg that Mao biography of Benjamin Disraeli throw Kasson u. S. Minister to Austria was interesting though Nei Tive Light on i first diplomatic representative Quot to tides for Rumania adopted by the Congress the Day before. Or. Buckie in another connection however says of Beac misfield to 9-y.o a this belief in after dinner were promenade throw the splendid Salois and pl6> Ture galleries and a ballroom i fit Lor a the be tto in by the great a half officially recommend action at this race As a principle Wirfs in its essence fairy Talf and sitting alone Day amp sofa was a very mean looking Little woman. Converted jewish statesman in secur-1 Congress on the subject of removal of i Pellet in his own race and the a Imp 1 covered with Pearl and diamonds who ing the Balkan re ious rights clauses jewish Dis arbuities As he did under of Fig jews whatever they May Bavel Madame Bie Schroeder and whom the method to be employed in the rth Evanof the nations is asm Nch j a a a is Little As the jewish people a Islyn created. Of the Berlin Justice Louis d. Brand is is honorary president not because of the sex Oose to make of it. Reconstructing of Fitle is therefore purely a zionist in Irish rounded to the children of Israel by j alted position he occupies in american Jehovah sane forty centuries ago Poptic Jfe Noil because he is regarded a i thou Shalt surely tithe All the in a to pm Foremost american jew. Crease of thy seed that which is 4v diff Busty to the program is the i brought the Field year by a a Bent of time. The necessity for im-1 a a a. He the definite work is imperative. Was chosen to this position heretofore never accorded to an american jews ,. Because of his Broadness of vision and every jew Roog Hout the world be j pig keen understanding of big enterprises. On that account has co operation was so much soul fit after despite is Argent because great Britain the i a a influential or poor and Dattory Power and the rest of the i,___.r�? moments expect it and require it a asked to give up one tenth of j the fact that his judicial position will Marily because the jews and income for the Fiat Lonal glory and Vii int his contribution to the Jcj Estora arly the hundreds of thousands a restoration of Israel. 0 Are looking Forward to relieving present misery by going to pales a a a exeunt la deals with the inter play of personalities and be Ziemand in conditions of country lamentable. Ler Point that no plan looking Palestine can of. Zion to that of an honorary the next question that of the Selec and. Kdvisoi5�?T,\ instead of an Active capacity. The same principle of future serv cans of that or ably is the most in j ice determined the selection of or. Solved. The zionist administration or sex Cha vim a Mann As president of tie executive. In View of the important dec Tulve it is called that functioned i work that will still have to be carried to the time of the London con a on Between the government of get f one a two except i a retain and that zionist Oreana Patton a lands. This land that once i tons held office daring the last seven wed with milk and Honey 1� today years though it had been chosen for t forests is swy amp infested and Only two yes to. Fia Ridden. And these Are not All the problems of pales 6 up building presents the human pts must be considered. N Only will it be necessary to build excep-1 Britain and the zionist organization in the settlement of the jewish National Home and also in View of his the holding Over was standing in the British and jewish due to the War the disruption of All j world or. Weigmann is indispensable communication making impossible any to an efficient working exec Bulve. Avowedly was a two f is which Date it june 3,18t8, and Bayard Tay been before and since were in his pm had a married very Early Ufa a when wed it Veri Sailes in the polish and other treaties protecting jewish rights. Four years ago. Or Simon Wolf and myself in our a jew Iii disc it cities in the Balkan states american to Ward their removal with particular reference to tie Congress of Berlin a Lor u. 8. Pfeister to germ stay sign Day largely divorced from the ns�er-1 a a a a pm a a a a a she was unlike her after officially characterized these Tom of political nationality in any i Htiu it Anil and by no Means equal to her clauses As a the chief interest which form. Though some leading jews. The government and people of the i go Chas sir Moses Monteflores. Were and i and i ready fix it Mottini jewish colonies in a i led that a this la he Only Point Palestine the no Klein i Mist move which i Felt at Liberty to present Uno ment for the restoration of jewish facially to several me Iube of the wrote up. 56-7 a while no doubt Congress a our government not Par Beaconsfield. Lent this phase of the tic plating officially. Cause of religious Liberty at the Congress his Loyal and Hearty support As did also his associates particularly the marquess of Salisbury he cannot population and Power in they ancient land had not yet begun and jewish aspirations were still mainly directed William Henry wadding Intro-1 to the attainment first of Equality of diced provisions at the Congress on behalf of France and eloquently supported them throughout. Hano status and next of a leading position wondrous in conclusion it is Well to Call attention to an interesting of Beaconsfield by met my pm Muy inserted by or. Buckie in the concluding chapter of the work Hldi Conta Iua the following interesting passage Al 640 a a recent work insists that Wei is tie distinctive characteristic of the in business Art and politics among the i Points out be held primarily responsible for Thoj Tautu Host or of contemporary France several nations where they were set-1 developed insertion of these elapses in the of meaty. A Niriana a a i office so protocol in pcs crib i Tea benefits derived from the blending a or of diverse elements into Strong Cen at the Congress upon other matters such is also the attitude of the Alliance he of onh Nroy i convinced As he was of a Dwarf Aniag nation. To that swoops on its object and makes for 8uccess usually goes Wiki a Choice of More vital to her in View of the in israelite in Verselle which vigorously them at the Congress both hich would break up existing pm train Zed Powers like France and great i a a a Britain he distrusted movements i a a in the other hand the is made i roil a an Able petition signed by pres with no likelihood of anything available much Light will doubtless be thrown on this and related Cremieux and his associates and through a special delegation which a vol. I of this new and authoritative went to Berlin in the matter. Of St. Biography of Disraeli which deals Walller the second French Delegate. A a a a pm a representatives of jewish cause at that a Atherling. Len contains excerpt trom interesting 1 the a Lance wrote under Date of june but chaos to take their place. With respect to the attitude of Germany and her chief envoy Bismarck. The president of the Congress towards i Pipi i he who Totle huh Banco it it Thot to Nhoi Init i press Lou but us i had Aiso in a High Damp brooding temperament that is essential to High imagination makes for ineffectiveness and disperse Ltd of willpower. Where the two Are combined get a Man of a minus. Disraeli had contemporary i Sra in journals and 111th, that he fas thoroughly posted on gathering of an International character and prevented the convening of the Ziontek com Iguess. It therefore came letters from Beac it Osfield to Queen Vic-1 the subject and most favourably did reference has already been made help in to their expressions of sympathy in i fit Tialin denies them image Nat on. Sokolow zionist envoy. Toria. Lady Bradford Baroh Lionel de Rothschild and Northcote Ltd it a Kerning posed. M. De Blowitz in his Derooi suggests that Bismarck support 3 Advance of Frances introduction of the religious Liberty clauses. The break of Bismarck a dts i the great Ger the right to vote implies the duty to vote right. The Ltd entry but also the men who about that the men selected in 1913 executive because he will bring to it the slightest reference to the quest on there is evidence that he had expressed Molato it. It is a matter of common uni Edge that due to restrict onary were still in Power in 1920. Some been members of the executive pm a a 1� Eastern a a a a a 1 prior to 1913, since at each Congress wherefrom the bulk of i Thig body meets every two years a experience and knowledge gained in of jews ish rights there. On the con Many years of service As zionist Diplo tray they tend to a negative Active Berger had not yet taken place when Tion will come were denied fight of engaging in agriculture a Matloc envoy. The election of. Lord Rothschild hardly needs interpretation. If the number were invariably re elected the selection of the executive As at i Large sums of Money the zionists will personal participation by beacons Lel id this struggle despite what i called his approval even before it bad it been fog 0, met. Netter wrote on decided that i Range was to offer then 13th. 1878 a yesterday Bleich it having been understood at one time that Beaconsfield Ould offer them. In the september number of a Tbs bulletin a published by the a Canso Al City club of Cincinnati. Mrs or Roeder saw Bismarck he Hopes that Talfred free Dander sums up the Post id. P. 56 a mistaken dispose Tim on and at another that Bismarck himself the part of the Man in the Street. Are ignorant of what most congresses a perfunctory matter ask for Are to be forthcoming if the to attribute the provisions of the treat of to oct Iri no offi lir i a a a a i i a. To be at least in the Early Lute in ii Cinoa being Able by Fis to sustain themselves they will have to be agriculturally educated. W All these difficult problems the millions there will have to be a sur cons Leld he Anse of his knowledge of Ance that these sums will be Well Beaconsfield see Vlash. Birth and a combat no previous Congress in All Zion-1 Welsh people Are to your out their regarding jewish emancipation to Bea be chief occupation of the a history had to Deal with problems be ancient borne of fog magnitude that confronted the before being Able by their own 1 London gathering. Breaking through the Dawn was a new Era a new epoch j Economy. In it a Iton scrim s Memoer-1 remark Aston Lajqi demanding new men Ned ideas new j ship on the executive is sure to de j London a jewish. La spent and with the greatest amount of ment of or. Gladstone a Economy. In it re Rothschild a member-1 remark was contained in a letter to the methods. And if grave disappoint Flaa a a a a a a a a i fit i ment possibly Jcj howled by a emt Sor inns upon hat was in reality its Mand the Confidence essential to obtain to get full co operate i of the Richer Ronicle a published August 16,1878, in Lelch he Ezzai de a reference to to terse jews ish re fits clauses in his parliamentary attack of equal standing Are the rest of on the treaty As follows a my words the men chosen. In each Case the described i.4 re beacons Leldo a conduct Row was to let be avoided this i ent de-1 american and English jews. _ y Ork since on the reconstruct Maud had to he answered. Half of the p an adopted depended the whole i actual time of the conference was con Al sued in trying to find the right an-1 principle applied was that of future i about jews i disabilities As honorable i Ilion a Annii tiny i. I every Delegate readily admitted it a 1. J 1 i Tbs to the new executive will be called Hettling through mass Immi upon to grapple with one of the most during the first year of forty a to thousand jews on one stretch Money raising. Thing this plan roughly item three a Kjor operations and not of past service. If men seek to him As i think it and i was glad would. The circumstance that Frances a. Interest were not directly involved at Tion of woman under the nineteenth amendment very cleverly and in Verj everything is in favor of the Israel ites a again on june 21st, he report a Baron von Bie Schroeder saw i few words As follows Prince Bismarck yester air and was the Congress double maae it Par-1 assured by him that he would bring ulary appropriate that Ifie should j fog jewish question he Ore the Coti be conae the sex nent of these Princl Baron von Bie Schroeder pies there and Waddington himself belonged to a minority sect in France having insisted that that would be bulgarians Opportunity he received the had written on religious Liberty in i answer that they had not yet reached France two Enty two years before and As Early As june 7, 1878, he had announced to the French chamber of deputies that France would advocate that question but he gave his word it is interesting to read the name Ous editorials and a moments upon the a defiled femininity that will result from woman a suf Nige it is a poor coif Centary indeed upon the Man Riddet electorate that they have not set a Stanfard worthy of the new voters that a vile is some Bat to n and said they could be avoided Liiste and of something to by Cai Ivi. i a Netter reported similar favourable As j wiped out seems the keynote of that religious Liberty clauses at the con Buinow on june 16th and from Prince suran Cea As having been received from j objection. We ail know that the was of ing to give of their Best for the pub of an of ppm Unity of so describing it lie weal Weye Ever subject to an acid or. Buckle now writes i 322-3 a to Otry. The site which for of difficult problems that Ever beset any executive surely went through that group of men. Surely no seven men ordeal. Test the member of the new zionist is evident not Only from this Narm Tiff y. _ ,. I in jewish history Ever faced the diff 1� not indicated it is colties confronting the new zionist a a a a a a a a a a 1 a dec Tulve. Nevertheless a great Many 1 Tive is . In a great in ii a Quot of at present of delegates could not reconcile themselves to the idea of throwing overboard the old Type of leadership to the Queen but from beacons Leldo a the chief concern in connection whole attitude in the negotiations with the choosing of the new exec both before and during the Congress no inhabitants and therefore visibility conflict with arabs measure due to the change in the character of zionist activities from propaganda to state building a change re that he concentrated his personal at to tent pm on what he considered the two vital issues first and Foremost that of Bulgaria and secondly that of bad bpm a a present plans maj and substituting new men. Years of Quiring the Complete a a a hauling of a and Armenia 5 and that he treated All two to three times that Many settled during the second year generous service of great Devotion to j machine that has functioned for Over the Othey Points As of minor import it of Ich. A i Hub a of imn measurable self sacral of settlers increasing with act Kjad end red these leaders to the year. Twenty year the mass Ance. It is also Clear that while he meeting organized will kept the general direction in his own i the a a. I a old timers to a degree not under Iraq roving and strengthen Good by some of the Axl sting jewish colonies gov a us a. A americans want a House cleaning a a a have Way for the tractor of hands he left the a Spade work of the orator and the platform idol to that of Congress even in Regardi to the a ular attention to the new a vhf intensive cultivation now with Success in China Japan parts of the United states. A �.�, ��9� improvements the Colo 4 the americans led the fight for a through great deeds rather than great Complete a House in doing words. The expert craftsmen. Zionism in the Jor issues almost entirely to Salisbury future will have to Manifest itself whose consummate Mastery of detail he greatly admired and whose assist pm Piei nouse citing la words. % Ance at Berlin he always treated As in that they did not display Lack of a the construction of the port at a Fiot sur Precia Tion for the service Given by the if. Making possible direct shipping prising to find la the protocols of thebe Able to accommodate the men who through their Fine Ideal pm a it number of i Habl ism kept the movement going during a part of the work it is the most trying times and to Ndu a the 11 be undertaken by the jew to first Adverse cd editions. Bul to their Matlon association founded Way of thinking it Aaan insult to a ���?~9� de Flrsch. The devoted zionist to appoint him to office a anon association which has its because of past services. As their Gress at least with re it to christians in the Orient. In fact Baron Henry de Worms subsequently lord flab right As president of the Anglo jews ish association had made the ingenious suggestion two years before at Hohenlohe on the 18th. But particularly significant Ait just Are Conte to eradicate an evil is not to pot a Fence around it. If there Are Plagie spots they must be cleansed. This it Horary statements made by Baroi the spirit of the conscientious vote Bie Schroeder whose influence in Thel mule or female. Matter was very potent to an Undis-1 never before have american Wom a International jewish conference at 5fo a Sig a the task performed by Paris that the demands for Protection and equal rights for All non Moham closed British co Rell Lonist on july had such an Opportunity to prove . I mid their desire to serve their the Congress notwithstanding tie jus-1 country. In u democracy politics Tice of the cause has not been an easy j should express the real Wyll of the pm one it required the co operation of pie and women will have to Pray be coupled with demands for Jesh a i the Powers and i must Here repeat emancipation in the de-1 that Prince Bismarck was Foremost in mands formulated 1 the work of humanity and he has the affairs. Greatest Merit in its accomplishment. It in connection Ltd the abortive Ctm Ference of constantinople of 1876-7, and then already the leading Power had pledged them selves to take up the cause of the jews i 0f fog very few which he personally intelligent non partisanship in order become a ital Force in the National whatever women have Belleve in fact the official protocol shows that about suffrage before they Are unit Bismarck selected this subject As one now in their desire to do their Dut in the balks stud More recent lain i vigorously est housed characterizing 1 a i through the efforts fo0uj a propositions which have in of Edward Lasker in the Gennan Reich Stag Germany had refused to ratify a treat with Rumania because of clauses contained in it discriminatory against the jews and Andrassy View an Advance in civilization and against which doubtless no Cabinet will live objections in principle a and he was the one to answer go Tscha Koffs anti semitic diatribe and Point since Quot the right to vote implies to duty to vote a rights and i ties Are a Friedlander. A be just and a i x. W in Paris though in the i Leader expressed it a with a task of in agreement with the unequalled difficulty before us have Nunuo Typhy. maintained no More right to appoint any Man to a Lerest in palestinian Coloniza-1 any office in Polesta be or elsewhere than it would be with the enemy at our Gates in the most terrible of wartime to appoint a Man general of Hae 1�?� a lands a is ant a us irrigation Ftp Nares song the water 1 colonel or Captain because he was i in Jordan which will pro popular or because he was old or because loved for Days the Pendlum thus kept swinging Back and entry with Suffle Cly it elec Bli in the fact that pts is. A. Psia rail v i communication Between Ertz Yisroel and London and new York ill count for More than All the odes written to Zion. So too will to in draining of the swamp lands and the stamping out of malaria speak louder than the most High sounding program. American action noted. The final outstanding feature of the conference is the new and significant role of american jewry in world jewish affairs with every session the position of the american part of the i on behalf of Austria Buinow on behalf j that the russians attempt to differentiate the Case of the jews in the result of fifty or sixty years a religious Reading is the four Oral a be just and Good a is that in which a Russia Rumania and sen Ian whom j our inquiries must end. Of 11 to the Reader of the american israe to he characterized As a a veritable of our fan colouring biographers vhf Scourge to the native Peoples a from paints Small men us very great ii delegation became stronger and their a the owing to a a a vacation in the pressroom of the establishment that prints the paper the american israelite is being issued under extreme Diffin titles. The pub Fishers Are not a party to the quarrel but Are the innocent suffer re. To get the israelite printed at All it wat fond necessary to use a inferior Grade of paper. The Best that la posh it be under tha i cum at Oes la being done. A it is tha israelite will reach Ite i bae Ribera at least a Day late. Those of Berlin in Aris London or Vi-1 quire of me lately Ith real affection Enna to Hom he admitted there would too Hether he might consider As at be no question of refusing any civil Tai Milc the change of my re Gioi and political rights fulled a to attrib-1 much spoken of in some circles Ute this regrettable condition of the my answer was 8ay nothing of m religion. It. Is known to my god As myself along its evidence before to world is to be sought Fri my life. 1 opinions and suggestions assume equivalent of a binding importance. To judge this new standing properly one the publishers and editor therefore beg for Tho kind consideration of the readers of the lamp Ray Lutc it Tho need in Forth resulting for a time in dead must remember that Virtu atty up to the conference. Ithe hts Wiltos of Fth Leo Wige a Ca East european israelite to the restrictions placed upon their civil and political elsewhere i pointed out that emperor William later on. That has been honest and Dutiful to s in 1,879, personally went on record in 1 Cloty. The religion which has Regulas writing As saying a with regard to it cannot be a bad ire Rumania i have As you know from j Thomas Jeff Emo to a it Din Ftp amp nuke the outset Roost strongly disapproved of thet solution of the ingress con 00000 i. A a a a St. \ ,. If a i. 1 Cearing Theja Aeo Omi a by the ugh than / a a gift Quot. A a a Viva it a a a it. It a a a a a a a a aft a. It it it 7 a a my cml it Ftp a a a a Quot a a a a. 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