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  • News Brief

    Heavy snow fell, covering the streets of Jerusalem, during Friday and Saturday. The snow fall, reached considerable height in certain quarters. The population was fearful of the damage which the snow may cause to houses which were not built to withstand heavy weather. During the last heavy snowfall, which occurred several years ago the roofs…

  • Arab Victims’ Names As Verified by State Dept.

    The list of American Jews killed and injured in Palestine as received by the State Department from Consul General Paul Knabenshue follows. The telegram, despatched from Jerusalem at 10 p.m. Monday night, gives a list of eight deaths which have been verified by the Consul. Wolf Zev Berman, Philadelphia. David Shunberg, Memphis. Bennie Hurwitz, Chicago….

  • Additional Names of Jewish Victims, Killed and Wounded in Outbreak

    Additional names of the Jews killed and wounded in the Moslem Arabs’ massacre at Hebron, Palestine, on Saturday, August 24, are given below. This list does not include those previously given, including the 8 American students: KILLED AT HEBRON Nachman Segal, 35, Grodno, Poland, and his son, Menachem, 4. Moishe Goozelan, Sephardic Jew. Jacob Goozelan,…

  • State Department’s List of American Citizens Heard from in Palestine

    A list of all American citizens in Palestine concerning whom reports have been received from Consul-General Knabenshue, up to the present time, was issued by the State Department to the correspondent of the Jewish Daily Bulletin here. The dead are: William Berman, Philadelphia: David Sheinberg. Memphis: Benjamin Hurwitz, New York; Harry Froman. New York: Woli…

  • Balfour Declaration Must Be Basis of Agreement Between Jews and Arabs, Says Magnes

    The following is the complete text of a cablegram to Dr. S. Margoshes, editor of “The Day,” from Dr. Judah L. Magnes in which the latter clarifies his position on the Palestine situation: “The Balfour declaration, having been confirmed so often and with such solemnity, must, in my opinion, remain and should become the basis…

  • Jerusalem Turns out to Hear Jasha Heifetz: High Commissioner Among Enthusiastic Audience

    Jerusalem turned out in force to-day to attend a concert given by Jasha Heifetz, the famous Jewish violinist, at the New Edison Hall. The High Commissioner, General Sir Arthur Wauchope, was present in the audience. Heifetz was given an enthusiastic reception. Heifetz has taken a very close interest in the movement which was launched a…

  • Snowfall Blankets Hills of Holy Land

    A heavy snow fell today in Jerusalem and on the surrounding hills. The entire area assumed a white picturesqueness seldom witnessed in Palestine, where the climate is mild and snow a great rarity.

  • Editorial Notes

    DURING the presentation of the portrait of Isaac Moses, a Jewish revolutionary patriot and financier, to the Museum of the City of New York, Professor Samuel Eliot Morison, of Harvard, declared that a group of Jews arrived in the colony that is now New York, in 1654, on the St. Charles, which “we might call…

  • The Romantic Messiah

    The servants brought in the next course. It was only then that Rachel and her guests noticed Sarah’s strange appearance. She was deathly pale. Her eyes, gleaming like the flames of two candles, were fixed hypnotically on Khelebi’s face. It was evi-dent that although he no longer spoke, she still heard his voice. Frightened, Rachel…