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Page Six :h Jewish {:au$cript "The HomeNorthwestNewepapePaey.,,Of Paoic June 26, 1925 B'NAI B'BITH BEAMS OFFICERS President ................ P. ALLEN RICKLES Vice President ......... ALFRED SHEMANSKI Monitor ................ MORRIS A. BOBBINS Assistant Monitor ....... HERMAN SHAPtnO Warden ......................... SOL ESFELn Guardian ............ STANLEY BLUMENTHAL Executive Secretary ......... IRVING LEWIS Treasurer ................ [AURICE GERBER Trustees: DAVE LIPMAN, HERBERT SCHOENFELD LEOPOLD STERN aULe ole CONDUCTED BY LEO WEISFIELD 308 PIKE STREET, PHONE MAIN 1379 SAMUEL LODGE NO.B.668,C. Se t rTt  Co Vancouver, ere,a, v s rner June 24, 1925. CONDUCTED BY IRVING C. LEWIS Mr. h'ving C. Lewis, Seattle, Wash. 503 Pacific Block Ell. 8573 Dear Brother Lewis: I thank you for your kind letter The members of Seattle Lodge who of the 22nd inst. We have made the are planning to go to Vancouver following arrangements for the 4th July 4th and 5th with the baseball and 5th of July. team will please advise the Secretary, 1. We have arranged to have the Elliott 8573, so that proper arrange- Hotel Lotus, cor. Abbott and Pen- ments eaR be made for your aecom- der Sts., as our headquarters. All modation in Vancouver Those of visiting brethren are advised to call you who were fortunate enough to at that hotel where a Reception Com- attend the Grand Lodge Convention mittee will be in attendance all day. in Vancouver last summer know the STANDING COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN FOR 1925 Education ............... MARK LITCnMAN Entertainment ..... STANLEY BLUMENTHAL Orphan's Fund .......... IERMAN SHAPIRO Social Service ........... MAVmCE GERBER Junior B. B ............ JAeon S. FreEDMaN Membership ................... SOL naVE LD Degree Team ............. LESLIE STUSSER Transcript and Publicity...LEo WEmFIELD American zation .............. ABE SPRING A Higher Birth Rate and PI00ODST the Future of Industry for Good :r,t The b00rth rate in the Unit0d States for 1924 was higher than for 1923 and ]le Y[odern way to advertise and sell P]ercbdndise. the death rate was lower. The birth BI.437Z-E1.4373 161OWestlake-TimesSQuare-Trimble Bldg. rate increased from 22.3 per thousand within a very short time. This will be the last address that Rabbi Wise will deliver in the Northwest. It numbers of immigrants from Central will be his farewell talk to the people and Southeastern Europe used to to 22.5, and the death rate fell from 12.4 per thousand to 11.9. This means a net increase in population of a little more than 1 per cent a year, or more than a million people, to judge from a recent survey of twenty- seven states made by the Census Bureau. It is probable that the net increase will rise perceptibly in the future, for several reasons. When the great Employ ONE trained buyer to secure ALL of your protection DALLAS D. JOHNSON Insurance Service Office. MAin 0169 252 Central Bldg. Residence. WEst 1 109 SEATTLE Attractive New First Mortgage of our city. Those who have heard Rabbi Wise speak in the past will avail themselves of this splendid opportunity of hearing his farewell talk to our community. Tbc even- ins will thus be unique in three dis- tinct ways: It is the first public in- itiation to be held in out- city. There will be initiated the largest class that Seattle Lodge has ever taken in. And lastly, Rabbi Wise will deliver his farewell address to our city. come to these shores, their arrival depressed living conditions. This tended toward lowering the birth rate of the population already here and likewise it made more difficult the reduction of the death rate. With the immigrants selected by race and limited in nnmber, they will no longer have this depressing effect. With a 1 per cent net increase in 9opulation a year and a tendency for that to increase, the United TELEPHONE BOND INTERSTATE UTILITIES CO. First (Closed) Mortgage 6% Bonds Dated May 1, 1919. Due May 1, 1939. Price 99 and ace. interest. Yield over %6. This company operates over a larger area than any other imlependent telephone company in the United States. It serves without com- petition parts of northern Idaho, eastern Washington and north- 2. The Baseball team will be wonderful hospitality shown by our The affair will start promptly at housed in the homes of our members, brothers in British Columbia. I 8:30 p. m. A complete program for We consider that this way they will have the assurance of the President the evening will be mailed to the cu- be more comfortable and better tak- of the Athletic Association that the tire membership within a few days. en care of than in a hotel. 3. We will take care of the married player and his wife. 4. We will provide transportation for the team to Bowen Island. 5. The program of events is as follows: beer (14%) is already on the ice! Let's go! Seattle in 1926. The Old Clothes Social given at our meeting Wednesday night was a B. B. Conoention By JAKE ICAPLAN I have had the pleasure of going Saturday, July 4th: 6. p. m.--Baseball game. 8:30 p. m.--Stag dinner to visiting thank Bro. Sam Clein for his untir- team and visiting Lodge offieers by ing efforts to put this affair over. the B. B. Athletic Assn. of Vancouver. 9:30 p. m. to 12--Dance given by Seattle in 1926. Samuel Lodge to the team and visit- ing brethren and their ladies. Bro. Herman Shapiro, Chairman Sunday, July 5th: of War Orphans Committee, is plann- Boat to Bowen Island, 10 a. m. ing an automobile picnic for B. B. Baseball game, sports and games, members and their friends during Dancing, bathing and swimming. I the summer vacation. Details will A wonderful time for everybody, be announced later in the Transcript. Please extend our invitation to the above affairs to every brother in Seattle. They will not regret the trip. Fraternally yours, Dr. J. 1. Gorosh, Sec. DWELLING LOANS 5-Year Straight Loans also 5-Year Monthly Payment Loans or 12-Year Monthly Payment Loans. On all our dwelling loans you can pay part or all principal on interest dates without notice or bonus. WHITE 8t BOLLARD INCORPORATED "he Mortgage Firm "" 600-604 LEARY BUILDING PHONE CAPITOL 0033 great success and the Secretary up to San Francisco on the same wants to take this opportunity to train with Bro. Z. Swett of Portland, then CANDIDATE and now IS Second Grand Vice-President of Dis- tric.t No. 4. He was accompanied by his political manager, Bro. Wein- stein, also of Portland, who told me that his man WAS going to bc elect- ed-HE WAS. Bro. Goldman, of Honolulu, made a special trip to this convention to ask for support to preserve Judaism on the Islands, he pictured a heart- breaking lack of Jewishness existing Seattle in 1926. there. The convention immediately - appropriated a large sum of money Brothers: Please notify the Score- and a .special committee appoint&l taw, Elliott 8573, if you hear of a wzth full power to act. -- brother who is sick or in distress, so Age limit to membership relueed that they will not blame the organ- from 21 to 19 years of age. ization for not looking after then] in Membership of our District is now their hour of need. 9,350. Resolution adopted where a lack of Past-Presidents for Delegates to Grand Lodge Conventions exists, members of 5 years in good standing We have pleasure in an- nouncing a special article, written by Judge Jacob Ka- lina, to be published in our next issue. Send our JtPahing to the The initiatory services will be in charge of a special degree team com- posed of the following members: Nelson Laundry Morris.... Robbins, Leslie Stusser, P. Allen Riekles, Leo Weisfield, Her- 20 lbs. Wet Wash ..................... $0.90 20 lbs. Combination ................. 1.20 Plain Work All Ironed Rough Dry (with starch) .... 10c per lb. 15 lbs. Rough Dry (no starch) ...... 1.20 Everything Ironed 15 lbs. Same as above, week end .... 1.05 We Make a Specialty of Curtains Seattle Lodge to Hold Pubfic Initiation Big Affair Scheduled for Wednes- day, July First Seattle Lodge I. O. B. B. will hold a publie initiation on Wednesday, July 1, 1925, at the Temple Center Auditorium. This is the first time that our lodge has ever held a public initiation. The members are re- quested to invite their friends and to bring their wives to this affair. The B'nai B'rith Order has no se- crets and everyone is welcome to heal" our rituals. This initiatory ceremony marks the conclusion of the most successful membership drive ever held by Se- attle Lodge. During the course of this drive two hundred and thirty new members were taken into the lodge and this will be the largest class ever initiated into the Order by our local lodge. MUTUAL INSURANCE is steadily gaining in popularity Enjoy the advantages of Sound, Safe Automo- bile Insurance at a Saving of 25% Full coverage all in one policy. Offered by MUTUAL UNION INSURANCE COMPANY A Stale of Washingtou concern White-Henry-Stuart Buiding SEATTLE man Shapiro, Morris Gerber, Maurice Friedman, Prof. Charles Stone Wil- son. The main feature of the evening will be an address by Rabbi Jonah B. Wise of Portland. Rabbi Wise has accepted a call to the city of New York and is leaving Portland Either in the popular Bob Net or ]H] the regular style, these strong, [Hi well- fitting nets will give the I[[I highest degree of service. They lill are made to wear, and every net IHI is globe inspected and perfect in its envelope. ]lH HOWE CO., INC. Ill] SEATTLE SAN FRANCISCO Illl .:_ ]l[[ Brights Disease Is Curable Brights disease, diabetes, and all other chronic ailments respond quickly and are curable under right treatment, pro- viding no serious organic destructien has taken place. Patients suffering from acute or mild chronic troubles can be treated at our offices from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. COTTIN SANITARIUM 511-512-513 Railway Exchange Bldg. Drs. A. F. Cottin & L. L. Cottin Proprielors MAIN 3043 and 3044 CiTY TRANSFER & STORAGE CO. MOVING--PACKING--STORING--SHIPPING_EQUIPPED FOR EFFICIENT COMMERCIAL AND HOUSEHOLD SERVICE 310 STEWART STREET SECURITIES BUILDING SEATTLE, WASH. in their respective lodges may be elected to serve instead. Executive Director, Bro. Richard E. Gutstadt's salary increased from $5000 to $6500 per year. He is known as the "Brains of the District." San Diego Lodge, after being pre-! pared 'ith tons of printed matter I and many telegrams from local city and state officials and other digni-i taries in inviting the Grand Lodge i to meet there in 1926i yielded to Se- attle wheR Bro. Hardman informed the convention that Seattle has es- pecially built the New Olympic Ho- tel and is prepared to spend many more millions of Rubles in order to get the convention for 1926, so Se- attle got it without a fight. I have attended on Monday eve, June 15th, the initiation ceremony of candidates in the California Lodge. During the ceremony the popular song "Moonlight and Roses" was played by the orchestra, and sung by the audience three different times. I was puzzled as to the ro- mantic ideas of the native sons, but all was clear to me when one of the newly initiated candidates was in- troduced as Ben Black, author of Moonlight and Roses. Visitors of Seattle Lodge to the convention were Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Adler, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Silver, Mr. and Mrs. W. Warshal, and Mrs. C. Aronson. States ought to be able to continue to grow m industry, but happily this additional number will not be enough to encourage industry to grow on cheap labor and the use of human muscle power alone. If wc have a constant shortage of labor we shall have to train all our people so that they can make the maximum use of power and good management. With those helps they (:an earn enough to live well. H. U. C. GRADUATES SIX RABBIS The honorary Degree of Doctor of Hebrew Law was conferred for the first time upon a non-Jew, at the recent graduation exercises of the Hebrew UnioD College held in the i College chapel of the institution in Cincinnati. Professor George Foot Moore of Harvard University, a noted theological scholar, was the recipient of this honor. The degree was also awarded to Mr. Max Kohler, son of Dr. I(aufmann Kohler, Presi- dent emeritus of the Hebrew Union College. Mr. l(ohler is a noted Jew- ish scholar and an authority on immigration. Six rabbis were ordained at the Commencement, constituting the class of 1925, who have completed a six-year course at the College. The exeremes were attended by a large audience, many coming from cities thruout the country. The bacca- laureate address was delivered Dr. Joseph S. I(ornfeld of Ohio. Rabbi I(ornfeld is a membe: of the graduating class of 1898 and during the Harding administration served as American Minister to Persia. Mr. Alfred M. Cohen, President of the Board of Governors of the Col- lege, in an address reviewed the pro- gress made by the institution during the past year. western Montana. Ask for Circular. Lumbermens Trust Company 211 Hoge Building MAin 5896 SEATTLE ESTABLISHED 103 YEARS PRE-INVENTORY CLEARANCE SALE Men's Suits $28.50, $37.50, $47.50 Dr..htlian Morgenstern, President of the College, distributed the di- plomas, conferring the degree, of rabbi upon the graduates. Those who received this degree were: Beryl D. Cohen, IIoward Fineberg Samuel Gordon, Benjamin Kelson Harry L. Kronman and Samuel T. Don't Hadassah Worry! The Deborah Group of the Ha- dassah will give a luncheon at the home of Mrs. S. Sherman at Wood- mont Beach, together with a mah jongg and bridge party on June 29th, GET at one o'clock. Those wishing reser- vations may telephone to either Mrs Samuel Walters, Beacon 3763, or Mrs. A. Freeman, East 5375. Either of these two telephone num- bers can be used for amy information desired. This clearance of Men's and Young Men's seasonable Suits just before inventory July 1st is an event of savings that seldom is offered at this time of the season, and one that you can't afford to miss. Every garment included in this sale is from our regular stock of high-grade suits and is fully guar_ anteed to satisfy. Mail Orders Given Careful Attention. Second Avenue at University Street SEATTLE TWENTY-FOuR STORES FROt COAST TO COAST about your belongings while on your vacation. Burglary Insurance Absolutely Burglar-Proof. Bro. Max Hardman left his other half athome, he askedforanaddi- To The Editor tional ticket to the Banquet for a RATES ARE LOW beautiful young lady (he claims she Let Us Explain LIPMAN & ESFELD INCORPORATED Insurance, Exclusively Pacific Block Main 2842 DAVE LIPMAN SOL ESFELD Jme, Ploss' Tenth Year. Semester starts Feb. 2nd. New DltadB0a[di 0 interpretative (lancing class for girls and young School .'omen Iopen for out- siders) starts Thursday, Feb. 5th. Exclusive O1 Harvard No. Kindergarten withdaily Cap. 1663 French and good music. Y. M. H. A. COMMUNITY HOME "The Jewish Community Centre" Eighteen South StocktOn Street Trenton, New Jersey June 17, 1925. Editor, The Jewish Transcript, 1616 Eighth Ave., Seattle, Wash. Dear Sir: For about a year I have been read- ing your paper with much enjoyment and pleasure. It has been a real pleasure to note the unification of all Jewish interests and the evident desire to work for the common good, not only of Jewry, but of the com- munity as. a whole. The special articles have also been enlightening and I have had occa- stun several times to use some of them. Allow me to congratulate you on your progressiveness and on the splendid work which you are doing. With best wishes for your continu- ed success, I am Sincerely yours, M. I-I. Chaseman, Executive Director. is his niece) but was told that none but his OWN ife can accompany him. Poor Maxie was very lonesome at my table and left right after the Gefilte Fish (Shrimps) were served. Bro. Leo Weisfield and his OWN other half also were honored and privileged to sit at my table and Leo felt so darn good that he continually kept on making love to HIS OWN wife and finally yelled to me: "Jake what do you think of my wife, isn't she a beauty?" Bro. Sam Asia might have iust as well stayed home; he brought along Asia (Minor) Junior, not yet Bar Mitzwah, who brought in resolu- tions, made motions, seconded nomi- nation speeches, etc., probably at the request of Asia, St. "See you in Seattle in 1926." Phone MAin 8586 Established 1874 Puget Sound Marble & Granite Co. 2000-2006 First Avenue at Virginia St. MEMORIALS Seattle, Wash. THE BAKER OIL BURNER NO OOOR--NO SOOT--NO aTTENTION It's completely automatic and safe. The Baker 0il Burner Sales Co. 317 Westlake Ave. North SEATTLE Ask For Admission of Refugees to Palestine. Riga.--A request to the Zionist Executive of Palestine to furnish certificates of admission for stranded refugees here was despatched by the representative of the Hebrew Immi- grant Aid Society here. Subscribe to the Jewish Transcript. Rates $2.00 per year. WESTLAKE FUEL CO,, Inc. Furnace Coal 50% Lump Nut Free Burning Mixed With a High Grade Cokinfl Coal $8.50 PER TON DELIVERY PERSONAL SERVICE 300 TERRY AVE. 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