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Page Eight 3swish Cran$rlp! "The Home Newspaper o, Facino Northwest e,,y." Aug. 5, 1924 [B'NAI B'RITH BEAMSII[ ACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN! IIERE will be tcn million accidents during the next twelve months. The law of accident averages is inexor,d,l(1. Five million of lhese acci(lents will come to people who earn in- comes. Some of the accidents will stop these incomes teml)orarily. Some, permanent ]y. Four million of the five rail.lion earners are going to regret that they have no accident insurance. Will you? One million will enjoy the fruits of foresight. No man can choose whethcr he will be one of |he live million earners injurcd or one of tim thirty-five nfillion who escape-- this year. But he can choose whether he will insure or mt. Wisdom dictates one course: Insure! LIPMAN & ESFELD INC. Pacific Block MAin 2842 David Lipman Sol Esfeld EstabliJhed 1906 D. A. JOHNSON --Dealer In- HARDWOOD LUMBER and FLOORING "Let's Figure With You" 2456 First Ave. So. ELiot 8622 CLEAN COAL--DRY WOOD WE SUPPLY ANY KIND OF COAL ON THE MARKET OCCIDENTAL FUEL CO. ROY J. ItUTSON, Pres. MElrose 0325 MElrose 4000 HEIDENS MAILING BUREAU ADDRESSING-MULTIGRAPHING-MAILING HOOVEN LETTER SERVICE MA In 4724 606 Union St. SEATTLE PHONE CAPITOL 0035 .5"end 3?our ahing to he Nelson Laundry 20 lbs. Wet Wash ..................... $0.90 20 Ibs. 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 Incorporated Manufacturers of Bank, Store and Office Fixtures, Show Cases and General Cabinet Work Store Fronts and Carpenter Work Have Lately Added Sash and Door 1)epartment Manufacturing Sash, Doors and General Millwork of Every Description Cor. Mercer St. and Boren Ave. N. Cabinet Dept., Capitol 1964 Sash and Door Dept., Capitol 4993 Conducted by Hymen O. Solomon Phone ELiot 2414 PREAMBLE TO CONSTITUTION, I. O. B. B. The Independent Order of B'nai B'rith has taken upon itself the mission of uniting Israelites in the work of promoting their highest interests and those of humanity; of developing and elevat- ing the mental and moral character of the people of our faith; of inculcating the purest principles of philanthropy, honor and patrotism, of supporting science and art; alleviating the wants of the poor and needy; visiting the sick; coming to the rescue of victims of persecution; providing for, protecting and assisting the widow and orphan on the broadest principles of humanity. OFFICERS: SEATTLE LODGE No. 50S, I. O. B. B. MORRIS ROIBINS .......... PRESIDENT MEYER IIIMELIIOCit ....... Taxsvnmt SOL ESFELD ................. GUARDIAN P. ALLEN 1HCKLES ....... Vm-PaEs. LEO WEISFIELD ............... Mom,rnu DAVE LIPMAN ............... TRUSTEE IH, VING C. LEWIS ......... FIN. Sc'v. MORTON GOTTSTEIN...Ass,r. MomTon HERBERT SCIIOENFELD..TRusT BEN Z. LEVIN ............. Rc, Se'r. IIERMAN SIIAPIRO ............. WARDEN JAKE KAPLAN ............... TRUSTEE There will be no meetings of Seattle Lodge, I. O. R. R. during the Summer Months. Epitome of Proceedings at the Sixty-first Annual Session of the District Grand Lodge No. 4, I. O. B. B. ............. Held at Vancouver, B. C. To the 8ul)ordinat( Lodges, l)istrict No. 4, I. O. B. B. Worthy Sirs and Brothers:-- The Sixty-first Annual Session of the (]rand Lodge will take its place among the historic convocations, not only of that Body, but of Jewish or- ganizations in the west. The her- ninny of its deliberations, the multi- plicity of the matters considered, tile sphmdid executive ability displ.'ycd in the conduct of the assembly and the cheering nlltimisnl whidtl per- vaded the meeting, have all left their mpress upon the minds of all who were privileged to attend the gather- rag. The efficient organization of the Committee of the Vancouver I)reth- ren, headed by our very energetic and hard working brother, Max M. Grossman of Samuel Lodge, have merited, not only the thanks of the Grand Lodge as a Body, but the gratitude of each individual, whether a deh:gate, or a guest, who was made to feel that the greater the demand for service and attention, the greater the pleasure enjoyed by the Commit- tee in the rendering of the service. The convention was opened by Grand President, Brother Edgar C. Levey, at 10:20 Sunday morning and followed by an invocation delivered by Rabbi Pasinski nf Vancouw;r. Early in the first session the dele- gates were greatly distressed at the sudden illness of Grand Secretary, Brother ]. J. Ascltheim, whose de- votion to duty ]tad impelled him to nlake the trip to Vancollver, not- withstanding the fact that his l)hysi- cal condition made it inadvisat)le to do so. Brother Aschheim was im- mediately placed under (:are of the )hysician of the Vancouver lh)tel md was confined to his bed for a mnsiderable time. In his al)sence, the (]rand President al)pointed P. G. P., Brother Richard E. Gutstadt, to serve as Gr, md Secret.try (luring the Session. The ad(lress of wclconm was deliv- ered by Brotlmr Max M. Grossman in behalf of Samuel Lodge of Van- couver, and the convention later was addressed t)y Mayor Owens ,)f the City of Vancouver. The outstanding events incident to the Session were firstly: The address of Broth6r Milton Marks, 8an Fran- cisco Lodge No. 21, at the services :hehl at Temph! de Iiirsch at 8eal;l, le on the l,'riday llrec(!(ling the Session Just, prior to the services, the dele- gates were the guests of Seattle Lodge at ,lirmcr at tim lhltel Waslfington at which lrother Leollohl 8tern ofli- eiatcd as toastmaster, and Brother Na.than Eekstein delivered the ad- dress of weh.ouw, to which Grand l'resident Levcy ninth! a titling re- Sl)(ins(!. ()n Sun(lay ,tftl;rnoon, Jiine 15th, tim (Icgre(! teanl of San lq'ancisco l,odge conferrc(I the lirst Public ln- Teaching English to Adult Beginners A Specialty SARAH B. HERMAN Will Teach Children of Grade Age, Make-up Work, Reviews or Advance Work 117 25th Ave. BEacn 1193-R itiation officially rendered in District Lodges and miscelhmeous brethren. No. 4 at Vancouver. A large class of The elet'tion of ()fticers resulted as candidates was inducted into the follows: Order in the presence of many otticials General Committee for 1924--5 of the Dominion of Canada, and pub- Rabl)i Jonah B. Wise, Porthmd lic men of the City of Vancouver and Lodge No. 65, President. the Province of British (,'(lumlna.' Daniel Alexander, B. F. l'eixotto The members of the Order 'rod their Lodge No. 421, 1st Vice-President. wives, as well as delegates and visit- M'mrice L. Rapheld, San Francisco ors of both sexes to the number of Lodge No. 21, 2nd Vice l)resident. approximately twelve hundred, were Jos. L. Goldsmith, Life Meml)er, privileged to witness a rendition of Treasurer. our impressive, degree, which by corn- I.J. Aschheim, Life Member, Sec- inon consent appears to have been retary. considered as the last word in dig- Edgar C. Levcy, Jmfior Past Grand nity and iml)ressiveness. President. The degree was followed by the Meml)ers: I. M. Golden, P. G. P., oftieial oration of the Grand Orator, ! IIarry K. Wolff, P. G. P., Milton Brother 8ylwm J. Lazarus, on "Tel- Meyer, P. G. P., Z. 8welt, Porthmd eration" which was received with Lodge No. 65, Bernard 8ilvcrstein, great al)preciation by the htrge audi- Oakhmd Lodge No. 252, S. G. Mar- ence present, shutz, Los Angeles Lodge No. 487 In accordance with the cultural M'tx M. Grossman, Samuel Lodge program arranged by the then First No. 668. Vice-Presidcnt, Rabbi Jonah B. Wise Iterman Levy, San Francisco Lodge the Grand Lodge was fortunate in No. 21, Sergeant-at-Arms. being permitted to listen to orations Samuel Flyshaker, San Francisco by Brother Henry Hurwitz, Chan- Lodge No. 21, Messenger. teller of the Intercollegiate Menorah District Court--IIenry Schwartz Brother Dr. It. C. Kohs, of Oakland San Fran(.isco No. 21, George Samu- and Professor Barr of Portland. els, P. G. P., Henry Newl)urgh, P. These addrcsses will be incorporated G. P., Arthur W. Jonas, 8an Fran- in the printed record of tile Grand cisco No. 21, G(orge M. Lipman, Lodge Proceedings. Anmng the features of entertain- California Lodge No. 163. mcnt l)rovided for the delegates "rod Delegates Elected to the Consti- visitors were automot)ile rides ab(mt tution Grand Lodge the City, hm(.heons for the women, Lucius L. 8oh)mons, ]dgar C. a magniticent banquet at the Hotel Lcvey, I. M. (]old(m, Jonah B. Wise, Vancouver, and substantial souven- Harry I. Wolff, D. 8ells Cohen, irs which were i)rovided every visitor Morris Levy, 8it. Lilnnan , Dr. 8'unu- in attendance at the Convention. An invitation was reccived from Mayor Ro]ph of the City of 8an Francisco for the holding of the next Convention at that City, and the same was accepted by the Grand Lndge. Greetings were received from President Kraus, Executive Secre- tary Leon L. Lewis, thc 8ecret.Lries of the American Districts, from P. (I. 1)resid(!nts Mendelsohn, Newl)urgh, Nieto, Schneider and ottieials of the Ladies Auxiliaries, Subordinate Tlmt (luict (lignity with wllich we' ])erfornl our (hlties is })tit; (me of (he points in which Butt(!r- worl, h Service exc(ds. Butterworth Service is truly a Superior 8crvice. V00ev00ar00k Funeral Directors el l(oeh, Milton Meyer, Bernard 8il- verstein, Judge George 8amuels, Samvel Edclstcin, Emanuel Rosen- berg, M. J. Finkenstein. The above were ch!cted as tile fifte.en to which the Grand Lodge is entitled on the membership as of December 31st, 1923. Pursuant to the decision of the Grand Lodge additional delegates were elected based upon the member- ship as of ,June /st, 1924, the two ad- ditional deh!gates being B. L. Liber- man with 8. G. Marshutz and Bar- nett ]d. Marks tie(l for seventeenth Note: Grand Secretary I. J. Asch-! helm was clet..tcd by rcsohlti,m of the (]rand l,o(lge, as l[onorary Member nf the (lelegation, and Executive Di- rc('.tor, I;rother Riclntrd 1]. Gutst'tdt, as cx ,)tti(it) Mendler of the dclegati(m. Appointments for 1924-1925 Grand Orator, l{al)])i A. Segcl, Fresno, Cal if. DISTRICT DEPUTIES California 8an l:rancisco--Peter S. S(nnmer l,os Angeles--Lester W. loth Sacranmnto--lh;n lhmd)crg "Stockton--l!hnil (hunpert ()aldand---Nat. l(csshlr l:rcsno--8. I)avidson Bal(crsliehl--I Joiner I(atze San l)iego--David Frank 8an I;ernar(lino--1)avid lIearsh Santa l{.osa--Frcd Rosenberg San ,lose--I. Marcus Mod(!sto--L. Latz L(mg Beach--Louis Rueb Santa Ana--M. ](arp Oregon Portland--Ben Selling Washington Seattle--Sol. Spring Sllokane--All)ert E. Kaye Aberdeen--Carl Ney B(dlingham--Nathan Schum,'ln "raconla--| lel'llllln ,]a(()bs Idaho Boise--Max Mayfiehl Poeatelh)--Julius Gottl)crg Montana Butt;e--]sider ltosenstein Billings--Max Fricdwald Utah Salt Lake--Jacl( l,'indling Nevada Reno--George Wood Arizona Tucson--lhu'n,u'd Rose.nfcld Phoenix--S. J. Michelson British Columbia Vancouver--A. C. Cohen Victoria--I. M. Nodek WOMEN'S AUXIL'Y DEPUTIES 8an l:rancisco--lt:enry Mauser Los Angch!s--M. J. Finkenstein Fresno--Harry C(lffee Pm'tbm(1--D. Sells Cohen 8all Lake--Simon Shal)iro Seattle--Morris Robbins Tacoma--Thee. Foist l.eno--8. Jacobs San Bernardino--R. Greenhood Sacramento--Oscar Blumberg Spokane--N. J. 8ilberstein Victoria--H. ]. Mallek Bellingham--David Friedlnan Stockton--Perry Harris Billings--Morris Zacks Santa An.--Ivis Stein ZONE DEPUTIES No. 1--Arizona--B,trnett E. Marks No. 2--Southern California--R'd)bi Edgar F. Magnin No. 3--Sacramento, Stockton and Modcsto--Edgar C. Leery Nn. 4--Fresno, Bakersfield--Leon I. Diam(md No. 5--San Francisco, Oakhmd, Santa Rosa, San Jose--M. L. Rapheld No. 6--Reno, Pocatello, Boisc Daniel Alexander No. 7--Billings, Salt Lake--Ben Liberman No. 8--Butte, 8polcane -- S.tmucl Edelstein No. 9--Bellingham, Tacoma--Zach Swett No. 10 -- portland, Aberdeen George Wolff No. l l--Seattle, Vancouver, Vi('.- oria--ltat)bi Samuel Koch Amendments to the General Law 1. To make provision for the otlicc of Executive Director, whose duties, method of selection and coml)cnsa- lion are i)rescril)cd in said .mmnd- nlcnt. 2. More. stri(.t detinition of the $10.00 inininmm Initiation l;'ee, ns contained in Artich! IV, Section 2, Page 89 of the General Laws. 3. Providing, that Ul)on :l two third vote of the nlenbers of the (]eneral Conmfitt(% a regulqr or Sl)Ccial meeting (if that Body may bc c.dled by the Grand President at such place within the District, :ts may I)e. designated. 4. Providing a m,ximum sum of $1500.00 to bc provided in the event of necessity for the (.h"md Presi- dent's traveling exllenses. 5. Investing the Women's Auxili" ary Delnlties with the santo duties as mssesscd by the l)is/,rict ])elnltics 'rod calling upon them to make their ammal rel)orts to the |'resident ')f 1t,11(! Centr:d (olnnli(.tee of Vonwn's Auxiliaries at lc:tst lhirty days l)ri r to the anWuhl session. 6. Adolltion of the Code of pro- cedure for the administ.ration of the Orphan's Fuhd of the l)is|rict. 7. Providing for the nmintcmmCe of a roster of Youth's Auxiliary nmmbers in the ottice of the Grand Sdcretary and for the rendition of monthly i'eports, such as obtain in ttie Senior Lodges, referred to E ccutivc Director. 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