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Page Six [1I JiSb Cranscr "The ome owspa,.r O, Pacieo Northwest Jewry." June 11, 1926 B'NAI B'RITH BEAMS OFFICERS President .................... A. SHEMAI%'SEI Vice-President ................. SOL EFSELD Executive Secretary ......... IRVINO LEwm Treasurer ................ MAUEICE GERBER Monitor ................. P. ALLEN RICLKES Assist. Monitor ...... STX'LEY BLUMENTHAL Warden .................... LESLrE STUSSE:a Guardian ...................... SAM COZEN Fellowship ....... HERBERT A. SCHOENFELD Attendance ................... HUGO LOEW'r Trustees: Dxvz LIIaMAN, IERBERT SCHOENFELD, LEOPOLD STERN attte , dge CONDUCTED BY LEO WEISFIELD 308 PIKE STREET, PHONE MAIN 1379 LAST MEETING OF SEASON ;iIIIHHII To BE HELD JUNE I6TH Seattle Lodge I. O. B. B. will hold its last meeting of the season on June 16th. During the months of July and August no meetings will he held. At this last meeting there will be the usual transaction of business and also the report on current events by Morris Robbins. Owing to the many things that took place at the last meeting, it was im- possible to take up the discussion that was being conducted by the Lodge. Two meetings ago the dis- cussion was commenced on "The Causes of Anti-Semitism." So much interest was created that the educa- tional committee decided to continue it. This discussion will again take place at the meeting of June 16th Many members have signified their intention of speaking on the subject and an interesting and lively debate is anticipated. The meeting will start promptly at 8:15 in order that the discussion might properly be completed at this meeting. BANQUET WILL BE BIG FEATURE OF CONVENTION Chairman Sol Esfeld of the banquet committee announces that the ban- quet to be tendered to visiting dele- gates on the last day of the conven- tion, Tuesday, June 29th, will be the most brilliant affair of its kind ever given in the city of Seattle. A twelve-course dinner, the finest which, the O1 ympic Hotel can . turn out will be served in the Spamsh Ball- room at 6:30 P.M. A large orchestra i will play semi-classical music during the dinner. After the dinner a galaxy of speaking Stars such as has never been ' time in the assembled at one city of Seattle will address us. Sex,- eral surprise "stunts" will be pulled, after which dancing to a superb Piggly Wiggly Puget Sound Co. We offer a limited amount of 8% Preferred and Class "A" Common stock of above Company at original offering price. The chain grocery store business of this Company is well established and growing rapidly. Fully descriptive circular furnished on request PRICES 8/% Preferred $10.00 per share. Class "A" Common $7.50 per share F. K. EASTER & COMPANY MAIN 8512 201 HOGE ANNEX LAST MEETING OF SEASON JUNE 16TH 1. Business Meeting 2. Current Events 3. Open Forum-- Causes of Anti-Semitism. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII! eight-piece orchestra will be held in the Italian Room of the Hotel. For what a person will see, hear and eat, the charge of $5.00 per plate is cheap. Those who attend will feel that they would not have missed it for twice that price. And now, let me issue a word of warning: Get your tickets now, if you want to be sure of a place being reserved for you. Tickets are selling rapidly; the num-, ber available is very limited, and no reservations can be reeognized unless they are paid for to the chairman. Send in your checks now to Sol Esfeld, Pacific Block, and tickets will be mailed to you. MEMBERS URGED TO BRING OUT THEIR CANDIDATES All members who secured applica- tions for membership during the last campaign are urged to keep in touch with these candidates and make sure that they present themselves for in- itiation on June 27th. This is to be the largest initiation ever held under the auspices of Seattle Lodge. The initiation will be held on the first day of the Convention, Sunday, June 27th. A special degree team composed of all Past Grand Presi- dents of District No. 4 will be in charge of the initiation. The cere- monies will be open to the public and will be held in the Temple Center Auditorium. Dr. Boris D. Bogen, Secretary of the Constitutional Grand Lodg.e, will be the speaker of the evening. It is absolutely essential that all the candidates are present for this initiation, that a proper showing might be made for the Grand Lodge. It is the duty of each member who secured an applicant to make it a MAin 6655 I. SEITZICK REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS "Ralph H. Royal, Inc. 505 Olive St. Lawn Mowers Sharpened and Repaired Work Guaranteed BALL BEARING MOWERS Priced to Move --$5.00 to $9.40 We Need the Room Old Mowers Taken in on New Mowers CALHOUN'S UTILITY SHOP MAin 3089 At 312 Stewart Street Have You Tried Ruhenstein's Delicious Chicken Dinner Served in Courses--75 cents From 11 A. M. to 8 P. M. Rubenstein's Kosher Cafe 1018 THIRD AVENUE MAIN 8907 Property Owners Should Protect Themselves With Public Liability Insurance PHONE ELIOT 0350 EYRES Transfer & Warehouse Co. Railroad Avenue and Main Street Seattle, Washington Moving-- Storage Household Goods and Merchandise One of our clients who failed to heed our advice is now being sued for $25,000 as a result of injuries sustained on his pre- mises. The Cost i$ Low Call on us now for particulars. LIPMAN & ESFELD INCORPORATED Insurance, Exclusively Pacific Block Main 2842 DAVE LIPMAN SOL ESFELD STANDING COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN FOR 1926 Education ............... MARR LrrCHMAN Entertainment ..... STANLEY BLUMENTHAL Orphan's Fund .......... HERMAN SHAPIRO Social Service ........... MAURICE GERBER Junior B. B ............ JACOB S. FRIEDMAN Membership ................... SOL ESZELn Degree Team .............. LZSLIE STUSBER Transcript and Publicity..,LEo WEISFIELn Americanization ............... AEm SPmlo Fellowship ....... t:[ERBERT A. SCHOENFELD Attendance ................... Huoo LOEWY point that both he and the applicant are there for this occasion. Your duty is only half finished when you have secured an application. It still remains for you to bring the candidate up for initiation. Secretary's Corner By IRVING LEWIS 503 PAC*FIC BLOCK ELLIOTT 8573 LAST BUSINESS MEETING BEFORE SUMMER VACATION The last meeting to be held before the Summer vacation, will be held Wednesday night, June 16th, at the Temple Center. Reports will be made of the Coming Grand Lodge Convention. An elab- orate program is being arranged for our distinguished visitors. There will be noon-day luncheons at the Temple Center, scenic drives, a dinner dance at the Olympic Hotel and nationally prominent speakers will address us. Only members will be admitted to these affairs who are in good standing. If your dues are in arrears, be sure to be present at the meeting Wednesday night, or if you cannot be present at the meeting, be sure to call at the office of the Lodge, 502 Pacific Block. The brothers who visited at the Grand Lodge session in Vancouver, B. C., will tell you that it is well worth your while to attend the meetings of the convention at the Temple Center. Do you know of a brother who is sick? Call the Secretary, Elliott 8573 so we may show a real brotherly spirit, by having the committee call, and sending flowers. Have you moved? If so, have you given me your correct address? Dent forget the initiation of the Grand Lodge Class, Sunday, June 27, at 8:00 P.M. See that your candidate comes up for initiation. Dent forget the B. B; Picnic, Sun- day, August 1st at Hall s Lake. This picnic is for the benefit of the War Orphans adopted by the Seattle lodge. JUNIOR GIRLS AUXILIARY TO I. O. B. B. The Junior Girls offered their first program Tuesday evenmg, June 8th, before the senior lodge. As to the  i sticcess of the program, it seems adequate to say that we hope all other undertakings of ours will be as successful. All the girls did their bit in the work and were amply rewarded by the en- thusiasm of the Ladies' Auxiliary. Our next meeting which is also to be our last for this season will be on Tuesday, June 29th. It promises to be ver. interesting and we qre ex- pecting all our present members plus new members. The surprise prize for the most girls brought in will be awarded on that evening. Turn out for the next meeting! national Insitlon  Yrom Coast to Coast Convention News By Mark M. Litchman, Chairman Publicity Committee The Olympic Hotel reports that about 250 delegates and their families have made reservations for the com- ing convention. Were it not for the fact that the hotel is a very large one, I would have no hesitancy in chang- ing the name to Hotel B'Nai B'Rith. But whether the name be Olympic or B'Nai B'Rith, with such a large family gathering there I have a half a mind to engage a room and imper- sonate one of the delegates, say, Brother Sam Stern of San Francisco, who, if fate doesn't take a kindly hand in his affairs, will find himself reg- istered in two places. Delegates are being registered at other hotels, and from the packets of mail received by Brothers Leo Wets- field and Irving Lewis every mail de- livery, it looks like the hotels will have to turn away. good cash cus- tomers but not Ben Briths. Brother William Ascher of San Francisco writes for a point of in- formation, to-wit: why he was not sent copies of the Jewish Transcript. As Chairman of the Publicity Com- mittee, Brother Ascher, I will grant your point of information, and will order the Publisher of the Jewish Transcript to send you copies from now on. Brother Herman Horowitz, Publisher of the Jewish Transcript, is to be given the thanks, for it is he who is donating the paper, and the space for my stuff to fill up. Brother David Goldman of Oakland immediately after I enquired about that city wrote to Brother Leo Wets- field, our genial Chairman of Reser- vations, to be sure to get him a cer- tain kind of a room. Oakland, we are here to serve, so send on your reser- vations. Our good Brother, Richard E. Gustadt, is so busy that it is only now and then he gives us the inside information of the big things to take place at the Convention. I intent to take a course in publicity when he arrives under his direction. Big news he gives out sparingly. Word has been sent that Rabbi Elliott M. Burstein of Salt Lake City is to be the Grand Orator. It is needless to say that the trip to Seattle will be well paid by hearing Rabbi Burstein. Los Angeles is very enthusiastic about the coming convention, par- ticularly about the Second Vice Presidency. Rabbi Magnin is their choice, and the City of Angels is doing its utmost to send up a big delegation to make sure of his elec- tion. The following article is taken from the B'Nai B'Rith Messenger. RABBI MAGNIN IN LINE FOR GRAND LODGE OFFICE Seattle Officials Preparing Warm Reception for Delegates to June Convention. By L. Lee Bernstein Past Grand President M. J. Fink- enstein of District No. 4 was one of the speakers at the meeting Tuesday evening, and advised the members of Los Angeles Lodge that the Grand Lodge Convention will be held in Seattle, Washington, June 27-28-29. He spoke at some length on the work of the Grand Lodge, giving much valuable information, and urged a greater interest on the part of the members of the local lodge in Grand Lodge affairs, particularly urging the attendance at Grand Lodge conven- tions. He touched upon the coming Seattle Convention and requested all Past Presidents to attend whether they are appointed delegates or not. The officers of Seattle Lodge are putting forth a great effort and mak- ing elaborate preparations for the re- ception of members throughout the District and all who attend will re- ceive a royal welcome and splendid Established 104 Years Graduation Apparel for the Boy We feature smart and correct styles in Boys' Clothing, Fur- nishings and Headwear at rea- sonable prices. Boys Suits SPECIAL $14.95 and $18.50 These are 2-Knicker Suits of the very latest styles in sizes 7 to 18 years at a saving of from 20 to 30 per cent. Student Suits 2 Long trousers or 1 long and 1 Knicker smart light patterns also plain blue. Sizes 12 to 20 years. $30 and $35 Shirts, Neckwear, Sweaters, Robes, Hats and Caps correct for summer. Second Avenue at University Street SEATTLE Twenty Seven Stores from Coast to Coast. entertainment. It is reported that Rabbi Edgar F. I Magnin, of Temple B'nai B'rith, Los Angeles, will most likely be elected I] to the office of Second Vice-President, lid position which would put him in ! I line for the Grand Presidency within two years. Rabbi Magnin has been very active in the activities of the B'nai B'rith, being a Past President of the Los Angeles Lodge, at present head of the Anti-Defamation League (a dell- cate position which he has handled with dignity and efficiency), and dur- ing the occupancy of the office of Grand President by Brother M. J. Finkenstein, traveled over the entire district as Grand Orator. In this capacity Rabbi Magnin secured for himself a wide group of friends and admirers, because of his splendid and fiery oratory, his earnest sincerity and his ability to present Jewish sub- jests with dignity and interest not only before Jews but before non- Jewish communities, thereby incul- cating a spirit of tolerance the bene- fit of which can scarce be over rated. It is the hope and expectation of the officers of Los Angeles Lodge No. 487 that a large and representative delegation be present at Seattle dur- ing the convention. LADIES AUXILIARY B. B. At a well attended meeting of the Emma Lazarus Auxiliary to the B'nai B'rith was pleasantly enter- tained by the Junior Auxdiexv Tues- day evening, June 8th at theq'cmple Center. - We were indeed delightfully sur- prized to note the talent amongst our juniors and we look forward to many pleasant evenings of this sort in the future. After the entertain- ment dainty refreshments were served and reports made by the different committees on the convention and /ylaRMoa/ The car with a Personality. -- See our new To Our Jewish Friends We would appreciate writ- ing your fire or automobile insurance. Why not give the advertisers in your Jewish paper a chance? WM. A. SULLIVAN & CO. 210 American Bank Bldg. ELiot 7665 We Deliver Your New Home Com- pleteor Repairs for the 01d One W. G. Savage Lbr. Co. 1716 RAINIER AVE. BE acn 1891 u-Ill/Ill[l[[[HlI[l[[HHE = i ENSEN-HANNAH MOTOR CO., Inc. Chrysler o= University I)ealers - 4242 TENTH AVE. N.E. (Corner E. 43rd) MElrose 4441 rl0[lHHH2H= from all indications so far, the con- ventlon will be a great success. A number of new applications were turned in but are still hoping for more and we want every member to make it their duty to see that we have a large class of candidates for initiation at the convention. The next meeting will be held Tues- day evening, June 22 at the Temple Center. Further announcements will be made later. Correspondence B'NAI B'RITH CENTER PORTLAND, ORE. June 9, 1926. Mr. Irving Lewis, Secy., Seattle Lodge No. 503, I.O.B.B. Seattle, Washington. My dear Mr. Lewis: I would appreciate your calling the attention of the members of your Lodge to the B'nai B'rith summer camp which the Portland Lodge maintains. The camp is not run on a profit- making basis but is run for the pur- pose of giving Jewish boys and girls of Oregon and Washington the benefit of Jewish associations and providing them an opportunity of spending their summer m a very profitable and healthy manner. This is the fourth year of the camp and it has not been marked by a single case of sickness or accident. The camp has been growing larger and larger and we feel sure there must be a considerable number of Seattle Jewish boys and girls who would be interested in attending. Any courtesy that you may extend to me in the way (if giving pul)licity to our camt I, which promises to have an enrollemcnt of about two hundred, will be greatly appreciated. Fraternally yours, Harry M. Kenin, HMI:RA-Enc. Exec. Director. The Seattle Progressive Fraternity In spite of the wonderful weather we had last Sunday, the Seattle Progressive Fraternity met at 11 A. M., at the Educational Center, for HUGH BAIRD PIONEER DOWN TOWN Ford Dealer ALWAYS-AT-YOUR-SERVICE Mr. Finkelstein our star salesman has been with this organization two years and still going over the top. Our easy terms on new and used cars should be of interest to all-- Call me for demonstration. FOURTH AVENUE AT JAMES Open Evenings until 8 P. M. Home BE 1675 Office EL 0749 the last regular meeting of the season. Some business was transacted, in- cluding the picnic, the date for which was set for June the 18th. Mr. Hanan informed the members on the extent and wide distribution of the relief by the United Jewish Campaign, and urged whole-hearted support of the appeal. The club by unanimous vote don- ated one hundred dollars to the United Jewish Campaign. STUDEBAKER HEN you buy a STUDEBAKER you don't have to spend a few dollars extra for an automatic windshield cleaner, a few more for a rear-view mirror, and a few more for several other necessary pieces of equip- ment. They are all there--included in the advertised price. You get more equipment on a STUDEBAKER be- cause of 0ne-Profit savings.