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3. , 1907). 4. Claris Edwin Silcox and Galen M. Fisher, Catholics, Jews and Protestants (New York and London, 1934), pp. 16-17. " Ha-melis, Sivan 5, 1882; "We Have Reached Great Heights in America," Keneder odler, February 24, 1903. 5. Israelite Press, Winnipeg-The 100th AnniversarySouvenir (Winnipeg, 1932), p. 16. 24 MICHAEL BROWN English Jews, no less than those of the continent, were most enthusiastic about America. The poor saw in the United States a land of economic opportunity vastly more promising than England or her colonies.
89A similar case was that of a Philadelphia milliner, who fled to Montreal in 1908 with his paramour. 90 Not all searches for deserting husbands were successful. The Baron de Hirsch Institute noted in 1906 that societies in the United States and Europe had helped "many ... deserted wives" to travel to Montreal on a fruitless search for their missing mates. Most arrived penniless and became charges of the Institute. 9' Besides bigamists and adulterers, other types of criminals fled from the United States to hoped-for anonymity in Canada during these years.
See Brebner, pp. 212, 233; Joseph Kage, With Faith and Thanksgiving(Montreal, 1962), p. 12, and other places; John Douglas Borthwick, Montreal History and Gazeteer (Montreal, 1892), p. 424. 39. "Canadian Jews in the Medical and Dental Professions," in The Jew in Canada, ed. Arthur Daniel Hart (Toronto and Montreal, 1926), p. 410. 40. Unidentified newspaper clipping, 1890, in Jewish Public Library, Montreal, Archives, Meldola De Sola Papers. 41. "The Late Abraham Pinto Joseph," in Arthur Daniel Hart, p.
AJS REVIEW - VOLUME THREE by Frank (Ed. ) Talmage