Max Magill converted rabbi
EX-00WIE1TE EX-00WIE1TE EX-00WIE1TE A VAGRANT. WarszawiakV Helper Magilinzsky, or Majin, Sent Up. Max Magilinrskyi or Max Magill. one time a Jewish; rabbi and later a Dowlelte, aas sent to flieS workhouse by Magistrate Cornell In thei tssex Market Police court yesterday foir' lx months on a general charge of vagrancy. He was accused of carrying on aj, Wholesale begging business through the walls. gupt. Forbesrof the Charity Organization Organization Society. p!d Magistrate Cornell that the man wasj jCormerly a rabbi and was well known ! oh the East Side as Max Maglltnssky. v TThcn Dowie came to New York Magillrjrsky joined the Dowleites. becoming one; iof their chief workers on the East Side; Last October he and Herman Warssswiak 'were put out of the Dowie society;; by the Rev. George L. Mason, the Dowie superintendent in New York. Mr. ; Mason, who was In court, said that thft two men were put out because because . they . persisted in tiding tobacco. Warszawiak,-; Warszawiak,-; Warszawiak,-; on leaving the Dowleites. started a mission of hia own .-t .-t .-t '.1 Second Avenue, where, he employed Magilinzsky. Magilinzsky-., Magilinzsky-., Magilinzsky-., toon tne name or Aiigui. which he says. Is English for his Polish name. .Warsartlwiak paid him JH k week. It is asserted; that he wrote, letters begging begging funds not - only for the mission, but for his own personal relief.