of it there was a row of Jewish houses. Just at the
corner a one-story building stood in which a watch
maker had his shop. Next to it towards Ewangelicka
was a shop with liqueurs and wines, property of Wladyslaw
Mietkiewicz, followed by several buildings, property
of Lejzor Warszawski, with fabric and clothes shops,
tailors and shoe-maker workshops (today a movie theater
„Pokoj“ stands here). The family of Lejzor
Warszawski was one of the most influential in town.
Lejzor and his wife Laja had several sons: Abram Mendel
(b. 1862, married to Estera Laja Goldsztejn), a trader,
Josek (b. 1866, married to Krajndla Adler), a factory
owner, Majer Icek (b. 1873, married to Szprynca Sztam),
Aron (b. 1875).