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«STATISTICS 127 JEWISH STATISTICS The statistics of Jews in the world rest largely upon estimates. In Russia, Austria-Hungary, Germany, and a few ...»

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Mosler, Moses, Cincinnati, O., gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Muhr, Simon, the estate of, Philadelphia, Pa., $9000 of, distributed among Jewish and non-Jewish charities in Philadelphia.

Myers, Angelo, Philadelphia, Pa., gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres, and $500 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Nachod. See Knauth, Nachod, and Kuhne.

Nathan, Max, New York City, gives $2500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Nathan, P., New York City, gives $500 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Nathan Manufacturing Company, The, New York City, gives $2500 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Nathans, Mrs. Horace, Philadelphia, Pa., gives $500 to the Mickv6 Israel Congregation, Philadelphia.

Naumburg, E., and Company, New York City, give $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres, and $500 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Neustadter, Mrs. Henry, New York City, gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Neustadter, Sigmund, New York City, gives $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres, and $500 to the Building Fund of the Sanitarium for Hebrew Children at Rockaway Park.

Neustadter, Sigmund I., New York City, gives $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Newman, Isidore, New Orleans, La., builds an annex to the Manual Training School, New Orleans. Estimated cost, $25,Nissen, Ludwig, and Company, New York City, give $500 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Nusbaum, A. E., Chicago, 111., gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

BEQUESTS AND GIFTS 209 Ochs, Adolph S., New York City, gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Oppenheimer, Edward, New York City, gives $10,000 to the General Endowment Fund of the Mount Sinai Hospital, New York.

Oppenheimer Brothers and Veith, New York City, give $1000 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Peabody, Geo. F., New York City, gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Philadelphia National Bank, The, gives $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Philipson, Mrs. Joseph, Chicago, 111., gives $45,500 to various benevolent societies and Orthodox synagogues.

Phipps, Henry, New York City, gives $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Piet, Pierre, Paris, France, bequeaths $1000 to the Pacific Hebrew Orphan Asylum and Home Society, San Francisco, Cal.

Platzek, M. W., New York City, gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Polano, Fanny, Philadelphia, Pa., bequeaths $500 to the Mickve" Israel Congregation, Philadelphia.

Popper and Sternbach, New York City, give $1000 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Progress Social Club, The, New York City, appropriates $500 for the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Public Ledger, The, Philadelphia, Pa., gives $1000 to the Mount Sinai Hospital, Philadelphia.

Rabbi Wise Guild, The, Wheeling, W. Va., furnish a ward in the City Hospital.

Regensburg, Henry, The estate of, Chicago, 111., gives $500 to the Michael Reese Hospital Endowment Fund, Chicago.

Reinheimer, Abraham, Philadelphia, Pa., bequeaths the income of $10,000 to two brothers, after whose death one-third is to be paid out to the Jewish Hospital Association, one-third to the Jewish Foster Home and Orphan Asylum, one-sixth to the Jewish Maternity Association, and one-sixth to the Young Women's Union, all of Philadelphia.

Rice, Mrs. Jonathan, St. Louis, Mo., gives $1000 to the National Jewish Hospital for Consumptives, Denver, Colo., in memory of her husband.

Rice, S. M., New York City, gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK

Kodelph Shalom (Congregation), Pittsburg, Pa., appropriates $1000 for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Rollins, H. B., and Company, New York City, give $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Rosenbaum, A. S., The estate of, New York City, gives $500 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Rosenberg, Louis, Philadelphia, Pa., gives $2000 to the Jewish Foster Home and Orphan Asylum, Philadelphia.

Rosenfield Brothers and Company, Chicago, 111., give $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Rosenfield, Morris, Chicago, 111., gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Rosenthal, Benjamin J., Chicago, 111., gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Rosenwald, E., and Brother, New York City, give $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres, and $1000 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Rosenwald, Julius, Chicago, 111., gives $2500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres, and $2500 to the Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, O., for the purchase of the library of the late Dr. M. Kayserling, of Buda-Pest.





Rosewald, Julie, San Francisco, Cal., bequeaths $6000 to the University of California for a Rosewald Memorial Fund;

$2500 to Mills College for a Rosewald Memorial Scholarship;

$5000 to the Children's Hospital for the endowment of a bed;

$500 for distribution among the poor; $250 to the Children's Hospital on California Street, and $150 to each of the following: Occidental Kindergarten, Pioneer Kindergarten, Fruit and Flower Mission, and the Associated Charities, all of San Francisco.

Rothschild, Charles M., Cincinnati, Ohio, gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Rothschild, N. M., and Son, London, give $5000 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Rothschild, Simon, The estate of, New York City, gives $50,000 to the Scholarship Fund of the Training School for Nurses connected with the Mount Sinai Hospital, New York.

Rubens, Charles, New York City, bequeaths $5000 to Mount Sinai Hospital, and $5000 to the Hebrew Benevolent and Orphan Asylum Society, both of New York.

BEQUESTS AND GIFTS 211 Ruppert, Jacob, New York City, gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Ryan, Archbishop, Philadelphia, Pa., gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres., Ryan, Thomas F., New York City, gives $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Sachs. See Goldman, Sachs, and Company.

Sahlein, Moses, New York City, gives $500 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Salomon, William, New York City, gives $2500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres, and $10,000 to the Endowment Fund of the Educational Alliance, New York.

Sarasohn, Ezekiel and Bertha, New York City, give $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Sarasohn and Son, New York City, give $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Schaeffer, S. M., New York City, gives $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Schiff, Jacob H., New York City, gives $10,000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres, $25,000 to the Endowment Fund of the Educational Alliance, $5000 to the Young Women's Hebrew Association, $5000 to the proposed Seaside Hospital of the Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor, $5000 to the East Side Free School for Crippled Children, all of New York City; 500 yen to the Nagasaki Jewish Benevolent Association, 500 yen to the Yokohama Jewish Benevolent Association, and $10,000 to the Building Fund of the Sanitarium for Hebrew Children at Rockaway Park.

Schiff, Mortimer L., New York City, gives $5000 to the proposed Seaside Hospital of the New York Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor, $5000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres, $500 to the Endowment Fund of the National Farm School, Doylestown, Pa.;

$10,000 to Amherst College, and $2500 to the Building Fund of the Sanitarium for Hebrew Children at Rockaway Park.

Schmitz, Eugene, San Francisco, Cal., gives $1000 to the Building Fund of the Roumanian Synagogue, San Francisco.

Schnadig, Jacob, Chicago, 111., gives $3000 to the Michael Reese Hospital, to endow a room.

Schoenfeld. See Loeb and Schoenfeld Company.

Scholle Brothers, New York City, give $2000 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

212 AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK Scholle, William, New York City, gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres, and $500 to the Building Fund of the Sanitarium for Hebrew Children at Rockaway Park.

Schroeder, Louis, Chicago, 111., bequeaths $1000 to the Michael Reese Hospital Endowment Fund, Chicago.

Schwab, Charles, Chicago, 111., gives $1000 to each of four institutions in Chicago.

Schwab, Charles R. and Mrs., Chicago, 111., give $1000 to the Michael Reese Hospital to endow two beds in the Children's Ward.

Schwabacher, Julius, The estate of, Chicago, 111., gives $500 to the Touro Infirmary and Hebrew Benevolent Association, New Orleans, La., and $500 to the Michael Reese Hospital Endowment Fund, Chicago.

Schwartz. See Bernheimer and Schwartz Pilsener Brewing Company.

Schwarzschild and Sulzberger, Chicago, 111., give $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Seasongood, Lewis, Cincinnati, Ohio, gives $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Seidenbach, Samuel B., Philadelphia, Pa., bequeaths $500 to the Jewish Hospital Association, $250 to the Jewish Foster Home and Asylum, and $250 to the Samaritan Hospital, all of Philadelphia.

Seligman, Isaac N., New York City, with eight others, presents the Anton Seidl Musical Library to Columbia University, and gives $500 to the Building Fund of the Sanitarium for Hebrew Children at Rockaway Park.

Seligman, James, New York City, gives $500 to the Emanu-El Brotherhood, New York.

Seligman, J. and W., New York City, give $5000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres, and $10,000 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Selling, Philip, Portland, Ore., gives $1000 to the Council of Jewish Women, Portland Section; and $2000 to the Neighborhood House, Portland, conditional on the raising of a $10,000 fund.

Selz, Schwab, and Company, Chicago, 111., give $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Sidenberg, G., and Company, New York City, give $1000 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

BEQUESTS AND GIFTS 213 Sidenberg, Henry, New York City, gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Sidenberg, R., New York City, gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres, and $500 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Siegel-Cooper Company, The, New York City, gives $1000 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Sielcken. See Grossman and Sielcken.

Silberman, S. J., New York City, gives $5000 to Beth Israel Hospital, New York.

Silberstein's, S. D., Sons, New York City, give $1000 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Sinn. See Sternberger, Sinn, and Company.

Slimmer, Aaron, Waverly, la., gives $5000 to the Chicago Hebrew Institute.

Snellenburg, N., and Company, Philadelphia, Pa., give $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres, and $1000 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Sonneborn, Henry, and Company, Baltimore, Md., give $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Spanish and Portuguese Congregation, The, New York City, appropriates $1200 for the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Speyer, James, New York City, gives $5000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres, $50,000 to establish the Theodore Roosevelt Professorship of American History and Institutions at the University of Berlin, and, with eight others, presents the Anton Seidl Musical Library to Columbia University.

Speyer and Company, New York City, give $5000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres, and $25,000 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Spitzner, C. H., and Son, New York City, give $1000 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

State Bank, The, New York City, gives $1,000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Steinhardt Brothers and Company, New York City, give $500 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Stern, Benjamin, New York City, gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Stern Brothers and Company, New York City, give $3500 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

214 AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK Stem, Isaac, New York City, gives $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres, and $500 to the Building Fund of the Sanitarium for Hebrew Children at Rockaway Park.

Stern, Louis, New York City, gives $1000 to the Building Fund of the Sanitarium for Hebrew Children at Rockaway Park, $25,000 to the Endowment Fund of the Educational Alliance, New York, and $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Stern. See also Herzfeld and Stern.

Sternbach. See Popper and Sternbach.

Sternberger, Samuel, Philadelphia, Pa., gives $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Sternberger, Samuel, and Company, Philadelphia, Pa., give $500 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Sternberger, Sinn, and Company, New York City, give $1000 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Stiebel, Isaac, New York City, gives $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.



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