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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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Einstein, Lewis, New York City, third secretary of the Embassy of the United States at London, appointed to be second secretary of the Legation of the United States at Constantinople, Turkey, June 28, 1906.

Einstein, T. B., appointed to be postmaster at East Radford, County of Montgomery, Virginia, January 30, 1906.

Elzas, Rev. Dr. Barnett A., Charleston, S. C, receives the degree of Doctor of Laws from South Carolina College on the occasion of the centennial celebration of the institution, January 10, 1905. (Omitted from the list in the last issue.) Ember, Aaron, Baltimore, Md., appointed instructor in Hebrew at the Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md.

Englander, Henry, Rabbi at Providence, R. I., appointed Assistant in the Department of Biblical Literature in Brown University.

Erlanger, Joseph, Assistant Professor of Physiology at the Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md., appointed Professor of Physiology at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis.

Feldman, Jacob, appointed postmaster at Woodbine, Cape May County, New Jersey.

Finelite, Alexander, New York City, appointed a City Magistrate by Mayor McClellan, 1906.

Fleischner, Marcus G., Portland, Ore., appointed a member of the Executive Board of the City of Portland, August, 1905.

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Friedman, William S., Rabbi at Denver, Colo., has the degree of Doctor of Laws conferred upon him by the University of Colorado, June 6, 1906.

Goldfogle, Henry M., member of the House of Representatives, delegate from the United States to the Inter-Parliamentary Conference, held in London, in July.

Goldman, Henry J. ( Fifth Cavalry, promoted to the rank of Major from April 8, 1905.

Guggenheimer, Randolph, New York City, appointed a member of the New York Board of Education, to fill the place of Felix M. Warburg, resigned.

Herman, Moses, New York City, appointed President, for Manhattan and Bronx, of Commissioners of Parks, by Mayor McClellan, 1905.

Hertz, Joseph H., Rabbi at Johannesburg, South African Republic, appointed head of the Department of Philosophy at the Transvaal Technical Institute.

Hirsch, Emil G., Rabbi at Chicago, 111., re-appointed member of the State Board of Charities by the Governor, 1905.

Hirschberg, F. D., receives the Order of the Eagle of the Fourth Class from the Emperor of Germany, for services in connection with the Exposition at St. Louis.

Isaac, Max, Brunswick, Ga., re-appointed referee in bankruptcy by United States Judge Emory Speer.

Isaacs, Abram S., Paterson, N. J., appointed Professor of Hebrew in the Graduate School of New York University.

Isaacs, Marcus J., re-appointed to be postmaster at E t n a Mills, County of Siskiyou, California, January 28, 1906.

Jacobs, Joseph, New York, receives the degree of Doctor of Letters from the University of Pennsylvania, February 22, 1906.

Jacobs, Julius, of California, re-appointed Assistant Treasurer of the United States a t San Francisco, Cal., April 26, 1906.

Kraemer, Otto J., Portland, Ore., appointed lecturer on Justice Court Practice in the Law School of the University of Oregon, 1906.

Levin, L. S., Pittsburg, Pa., re-appointed Assistant City Solicitor, April, 1906.

Loeb, Hanau W., St. Louis, Mo., elected Vice-President of the Association of American Colleges, March, 1906.

APPOINTMENTS AND HONORS 183 Loeb, Louis, New York, elected member of the National Academy of Design.

Lowenstein, B., Memphis, Tenn., made Knight of the Royal Order of Vasa, by King Oscar of Sweden, August, 1905.

Lubin, David, Stockton, Cal., appointed a member of the Permanent Committee of the International Institute of Agriculture, with headquarters at Rome, Italy, to represent the United States, July, 1906.

May, Mitchell, Brooklyn, N. Y., appointed Commissioner of the Board of Education by Mayor McClellan, 1905.

Michaelman, Joseph, Boston, Mass., appointed Master in Chancery by the Governor of Massachusetts, April 18, 1906.

Phillips, N. Taylor, New York City, re-appointed Deputy Comptroller.

Popper, William, New York, appointed Associate Professor in the Semitic Languages, University of California, Berkeley, Cal., August, 1905.

Putzel, Charles A., New York City, appointed Commissioner of Taxes and Assessments, by Mayor McClellan, 1905.

Ratshesky, A. C, Boston, Mass., appointed a member of the State Board of Charities, by Governor Guild.

Rasalsky, Otto A., appointed by Governor Higgins Judge of the Court of General Sessions in New York City, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Judge Martin McMahon, April, 1906.

Rasalsky, Otto A., appointed by Governor Higgins Judge of the New York City Court of General Sessions, to fill the unexpired term of Judge Joseph B. Newburger, October, 1905.

Rosenbaum, Morris, Philadelphia, Pa., re-appointed a member of the Board of Education by the Board of Judges, October, 1905.

Rosenberg, Louis J., of Michigan, appointed June 28, 1906, to be Consul of the United States of Class 7, at Seville, Spain.

Rosendale, Simon W., Albany, N. Y., appointed a member of the Special Legislative Tax Commission, by the Governor of New York.

Rosewater, Edward, Omaha, Neb., representative of the United States to the International Postal Congress, at Rome, Italy, 1906.





Rothschild, Leopold, appointed to be Surveyor of Customs for the port of Indianapolis, Indiana, February 7, 1906.

184 AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK Rowe, Leo S., Philadelphia, Pa., Professor of Political Science at the University of Pennsylvania, appointed a delegate to the Pan-American Conference, held July, 1906, at Rio Janeiro.

Rubenstein, Philip, Boston, Mass., appointed Associate Judge of the Juvenile Court, by Governor Guild of Massachusetts, July, 1906.

Schiff, Jacob H., New York City, decorated with the Order of the Rising Sun, by the Emperor of Japan.

Seligman, E. R. A., New York City, appointed by Governor Higgins a member of the Commission of Fifteen to Revise the Tax Laws.

Simon, Abram, Rabbi at Washington, D. C, elected member of the faculty of the Department of Biblical Literature, at the George Washington University.

Sloss, M. C, San Francisco, Cal., appointed to the Supreme Bench of California.

Sobel, Isador, Erie, Pa., re-appointed postmaster (third term).

Strasbourger, Samuel, New York City, appointed Commissioner in the Tax Department, by Mayor McClellan.

Waldstein, Charles, Professor of Archaeology at Cambridge, England, made a Knight of the Royal Danish Order of the Danneborg, in 1905.

Wallerstein, David, Philadelphia, Pa., appointed First Assistant District Attorney, 1905.

Wise, Stephen S., Rabbi at Portland, Ore., elected Vice-President of the National Conference of Charities and Corrections, 1905.

Wolf, Edwin, Philadelphia, Pa., re-appointed a member of the Board of Education, by the Board of Judges, October, 1905.

Wolf, Simon, Washington, D. C, re-appointed a member of the Board of Charities of the District of Columbia, for a term of three years from July 1, 1905.

Wulfsohn, Isidore, Indianapolis, Ind., appointed Inspector of Weights and Measures, 1905.

JEWS ELECTED TO OFFICE 185

ELECTIONS TO NATIONAL, STATE, AND

MUNICIPAL OFFICES

AUGUST 21, 1905, TO AUGUST 15, 1906 Bernstein, Sidney, New York City, elected Assemblyman from the Thirty-first District of New York, November, 1905.

Berwin, "William, Boston, Mass., elected to the Common Council, December, 1906.

Bromberg, Edward J., Boston, Mass., re-elected to the Common Council, December, 1905.

Cohen, M. Henry, Tampa, Fla., elected Municipal Judge.

Eckmann, Max, elected Assemblyman from the Twelfth District of New York, November, 1905.

Falk, Joseph, Brooklyn, elected Alderman from the Sixty-sixth District, November, 1905.

Ferber, J. Bernard, Boston, Mass., re-elected to the lower house of the Legislature of Massachusetts, in 1905.

Feuerlicht, M. M., Rabbi at Indianapolis, Ind., elected a member of the Executive Board of the State Conference of Charities and Corrections, 1905.

Fried, Herman S., elected Alderman from the Fourth District of New York City, November, 1905.

Goodman, Elias, elected Alderman from the Twenty-third District of New York City, November, 1905.

Harawitz, Abr., elected Assemblyman from the Eighth District of New York, November, 1905.

Harburger, Julius, re-elected Coroner of New York City, November, 1905.

Hartman, Gustave, re-elected Assemblyman from the Sixteenth District of New York, November, 1905.

Hirsch, Louis, Pittsburg, Pa., elected member of the City Council, March, 1906.

Hoffman, Samuel, elected Assemblyman from the Tenth District of New York, November, 1905.

Hoffman, Samuel H., elected Constable in the Fourth Ward, Philadelphia, Pa., February 27, 1906.

186 AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK Jacobson, Leonard L., elected Alderman from the Twenty-third District of New York City, November, 1905.

Klein, M., elected Alderman from the Sixteenth District of New York City, November, 1905.

Kolinsky, A., Cleveland, O., elected member of the lower house of the State Legislature.

Krulewitch, Sam., elected Assemblyman from the Thirty-second District of New York, in November, 1905.

Lehmayer, Martin, elected to the House of Delegates of the State of Maryland, from the Third Legislative District of Baltimore City, 1905.

Levine, Max A., elected Alderman from the Seventh District of New York City, November, 1905.

Levy, Samuel, elected Alderman from the Fifth Ward of Schenectady, N. Y.

Lourie, David A., Chelsea, Mass., elected member of the School Committee, March, 1906.

Lowenthal, Nathan, elected Constable from the Twenty-eighth Ward, Philadelphia, Pa., February 27, 1906.

Mathias, Simon, Pittsburg, Pa., elected member of the City Council, March, 1906.

Newburger, Joseph E., elected Justice of the Supreme Court for the First Judicial District of New York, November, 1905.

Ratchkofsky,, Boston, Mass., elected to the Common Council, December, 1905.

Rosenberg,, Boston, Mass., elected to the Common Council, December, 1905.

Rosenberg, Morris, elected member of the Select Council from the Thirteenth Ward, Philadelphia, Pa., February 27, 1906.

Rosenthal, Alexander S., New York City, elected Judge of the Seventh District Municipal Court, East New York, 1905.

Rothschild, Herman, North Powder, Ore., elected to the lower house of the Legislature of Oregon, in 1906.

Rubin, Louis, Ashley, N. D., elected president of the Town Council, 1906.

Salomon, Jacob E., re-elected Assemblyman from the Thirty-third District of New York, November, 1905.

Schloss, Joseph, elected Alderman from the Twenty-first District of New York City, November, 1905.

JEWS ELECTED TO OFFICE 187 Sloss, M. C, San Francisco, Cal., elected Presiding Judge of the Court for 1906.

Swig, Simon, Taunton, Mass., re-elected to the lower house of the Legislature of Massachusetts, in 1905.

Weil, H. A., elected Mayor of Ripon, Wis., April, 1906.

Wolsey, Louis, Rabbi at Little Rock Ark., elected to the Board of Education.

188 AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK

BEQUESTS AND GIFTS

($500 AND UPWABD)

BY JEWS AND TO JEWISH INSTITUTIONS

AUGUST 21, 1905, TO AUGUST 15, 1906 [In this list no account can be taken of regular annual contributions to charitable institutions.

There are now twelve cities in the United States in which the Jewish Charities are federated, organizations having been effected recently in Baltimore, Md., and Memphis, Tenn. According to the latest published reports, the following sums (In some cases Including the expenses of administration) were disbursed by the several Federations to their constituent societies: Boston (May, 1904-May, 1905), $43,293.75; Chicago (May, 1904-May, 1905), $143,350; Cincinnati (March 1, 1905-February 28, 1906), $48,526.53; Cleveland (1905), $38,000; Detroit (October, 1904October, 1905), $9,633.83; Milwaukee (1905), $11,086.46; Omaha (September 1, 1904-August 31, 1905), $1,360.53; Philadelphia (May 1, 1905April 30, 1906), $135,550; and St. Louis (1905), $44,686.13. The report issued by the federated societies of Kansas City was not obtainable.

On July 31, 1906, It was announced that the Isaac M. Wise Endowment Fund of the Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, O.f amounted to $318,actually collected.

The following entries should have appeared in the AMERICAN JEWISH TEAK BOOK, 5666: Nathan Herrmann, New York, gives $500 to each of the following: Guarantee Fund of the United Hebrew Charities, Jewish Protectory and Aid Society, and Hebrew Technical School for Girls, all of New York; and William Prager, New York, gives $1000 to the Young Men's Hebrew Association, New York.] Abell, A. S., and Company, Baltimore, Md., give $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Abraham, Abraham, Brooklyn, N. Y., gives $1,000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres;

$5000 to the Jewish Hospital, and $5000 to the Building Fund of the Hebrew Orphan Asylum, both of Brooklyn.

Abraham and Straus, New York City, give $2000 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Adams Express Company, The, New York City, gives $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Adas Yeshurun (Congregation), New York City, appropriates $500 for the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Adler's Young Men Independent Association No. 1, New York City, appropriates $500 for the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Albert. See Lorsch, Albert, and Company.

BEQUESTS AND GIFTS 189 Altaian, Benjamin, New York City, gives $20,000 to the Endowment Fund of the Educational Alliance, New York.

Altman, B., and Company, New York City, give $1,000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

American Express Company, The, New York City, gives $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Anonymous gives $500 to the Jewish Self-Defense Association.

Anonymous, Detroit, Mich., gives the cost of a Charities Building to the United Jewish Charities, Detroit.

Anonymous, St. Louis, Mo., gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.



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