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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 24 September 1908

ant afternoon and the attendance be Bpeaks the intertst of the members in congregational arVIi They are most enthuslaftl Rev Jr Wilner pre- sided ltfm aobisf iU by Rev Dr Barn Btein of TQnplf ibth Israel and the officers ar < i trus a of Adath Yeshu lun Congregat oh The ceienionies opened with a fa ing following which entered a profession consisting Rabbis Wilusr and Bainstein Cantor Leibermar and Hurwit witn a choir of small bo > s and then the bearers of the To rah P S Nussbanm J Cohen A Robeits P Sussholz H Rosenberg and A Block the officers of the con- gregation President D Frosch Vrcf President P Weinberg Secretary M T Karkoski Treasurer P Battlestein and Trustees H Grossman B II Greenberg S J Westheimer A Gor- don Seline A M Levy M Scher andwtf D Cohen The prayer of invocation was ofiered byijSubbl Wilner The building committee represented by B H Greenbeig its chaiinan for mally presented its report accepting the building from the builders and turning over the keys to th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 24 September 1908

MY i fi r 0 Eureka Laundry We Mend Your Clothes Old Phone 565 Temple Betli Israel and Those Wko Helped to Construct it Lumber and MillWorK Corner Franklin and Jackson Streets Phones 153 and 136 Electrical Contractors Auto Repairs Electric Signs A Specialty 181 Commerce Street W L MACATEE SONS Dealers In LIME INAUUTING QUILTS CEAIENT CEMENT COLORING PLASTER WATER PROOFING FACE BRICK SHINGLE STAIN SEWER PIPE ROOFING TILE BOILER TILE DRAIN TILE ROOFING PAINT FIRE BRICK PLASTER BOARD FIRE CLAY KEENES CEMENT GRAVEL PREPARED ROOFING SAND Want your OrdersPhone Them No 76 or call at Austin and Commerce Sts MANUFACTURERS OF Stained Glass Memorial and Church WindoYS Id Mirrors Resilvered PKone 1935 In addition to our complete stock of fine high grade pian- os we are addinga complete stock of sheet music musjical merchandise etc s t p The music departm tjwill will be under tho raltomge ment of the genial and tal- ented Pianist Mr Theodore Meyer We will save you money and you will receive court...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 24 September 1908

Furniture Built to Stand WADDELLS Furniture and Floor Coverings W F PULS Dressed Poultry Fresh Eggs Phones 920 and 4121 Free Delivery City Market Mistrot Munn Co The fastest growing Department Store in the State of Texas Originators and Leaders First in Everything Cave k Plunkett JEWELRS Solid Goods Only 617 Main Street Williams Lone Star Moving Storage and Transfer C C WILLIAMS Proprietor Office 620 Travis ffl Phones Old and New 538 Old Phone G910 Eureka Laundry We Mend Your Clothes Old Phone 565 LOCAL ITEMS Miss Jeannette Levy left Sunday to attend school at Washington D C Mr Chas Schlom left this week for Bryan to attend the A M College Mr and i > rf Robert Brilling are at home to their friends at 2406 Rusk avenue Mrs C H Hart who has been on the sick list is convalescent and abla to see her friends Mrs1 E A Gomez of Oklahoma Cty is visiting her mother Mrt Goodman of 904 Pease avenne Miss Mabel David has returned home after a delightful summer spent in Helena Montana Mr Sam Ro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 24 September 1908

MmmwmniiuaAiiiamjJUJuiimiM immimm muwth iiiiiiiiIiMIihhi Office 209 Travis Street PHONE 1128 Electrical Experts and Engineers Dcilcrs in Fans Motors Annunciators and Electric Machinery Boll and House Wiring and Repairing Everything Electrical We Make Fell and Repair Everything Operated by Electricity All Work guaranteed Monthly Contracts for Care of Motors and Fans 614 Fannfn Street Old Phone 5333 fULM jmjmm mwinnumjnrrm Ewrrjtuf manmi nvuww est good will in all of their splendid forward movement The service of evening prayer con- cluding with the henediction ended the dedication One of the most notable features of the dedication exercise z the sing- ing of Cantor II rreilierman and his choi > wod remarkable training cflid great practice and they are to be congratulated uron their work Eureka Laundry We Mend Your Clothes Old Phone 565 meritorious FROSCHS ADDRESS Mr Frosch said Mr Chairman and Gentlemen of the Committee It is with a great deal of pleasure that I accept these keys ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 24 September 1908

On the page opposite is a picture of our ne and beautiful synagogue with the cards surrounding it of the con tractors Each who helped In its con flttl struction Each man can well be oud of his work as each piece of frork is a masterpiece At 915 Capital avenue is located one of the most uptodate gas and elec- trical fixture and appliance house in th3 South To the majority of our revders the name is a familiar one The Keithly Co Inc but to know the name is not all one has t osee their magnificent stock to appreciate all there is in electric and gas fixtures Their fixture room is a thing of beauty and a joy forever and omits nothing in the way of fixtures one could pos- sibly want The Keithly Co did the wiring for the synagogue and we con- gratulate them on the perfect job they made When raoving or house cleaning time comes among the other cares and wor- ries to be encountered are the taking up cleaning and laying of carpets mat- ting and rugs Of course you have been up against such a ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 24 September 1908

The Jewish Herald Published Weekly by the HERALD PRINTING CO E GOLDBERG Gen Mgr 707 Fannin Street Phone 564G Subscription 100 per year SALUTATORY Pride in our community and assur- ance of the great future in store for it causes us to present the Jewish Herald to the people of Houston Our success does not depend alone upon the management of the paper but upon the Jewish community at large By ourselves we can not accomplish much but with your assistance we can do a great deal Our object shall be to publish weekly the occurrences of all Jewish societies to aid as best we can in furthering their welfare Owing to the objects and nature of the Independ- ent Order Bnai Brith wc shall let no opportunity pass to aid in disseminat- ing the principles of that order Our attitude toward the various congrega- tions and charitable and fraternal as- sociations shall be naught but what the moBt diligent worker would have it We would like the secretaries of the various societies to furnish us with th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 24 September 1908

Eureka Laundry We Mend Your Clothes Old Phone 565 Temple Beth Israel is Now Completed For several weeks now the people of the Congregation Beth Israel have been worshiping in their handsome new temple at the corner of Crawford street and LaBranch avenue and on October 18 the dedication service will be hold with representative rabbis from vari- ous sections of the State here to unite Willi Dr Barnstein and his peoplo in solemnly defeating to the worship of Jehovah the most notable shrine of the ancient Hebrew faith in the entire Southwest The temple is one oTThe most notable pieces of religious architecture in Houston It is built in the Roman- esque style with Romanesque arches and a dome and its floor plan describes a Greek cross Brick and light stone with concrete are the building mate- rials aid the total cost of the struc- ture which includes a high basement and the mhin floor is 45000 The extreme ouhide dimensions of the building are 105x95 feet The great solid and dignified fro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 24 September 1908

Eureka laundry We Mend Your Clothes Old Phone 568 PROVIDE SHELTER nnwnwmBHj liJ8iuflmjii i whf iwmri iKifl t For the wile and little ones it is a sacred dutylf But this usually involves a systematic plan of saving and the habit of saving often has its beginning in a small savings account We c adly open accounts with those who apply 100 STARTS AN ACCOUNT Compounded Semiannually Paid on SAVINGS accounts Lv 1 erchants National Bank Congress and Main Capital and Surplus 40000000 OFFICERS C G PILLOT President T C DUNN Vice President J T MCCARTHY Cashier RANDON PORTER Asst Casdier DIRECTORS J S RICE W CARTER J M ROCKWELL HYMAN LEVY FRANK ANDREWS C L NEUHAUS L B MENEFEE R E BROOKS J C HUTCHESON Jn W W CAMERON THOS H BALL JESSE H JONES W L ROGERS W F N DAVIS Wl M RICE W J MOORE WILLIAM GREEN C K DUNLAP J O ROSS E M HOUSE J R STUART LEROY TRICE H N TINKER < b jU anything in NTtNG Phone 5646 707 Fannnin Stret r ystemServiceSuccess < There is no element today more vital to the future pro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 1 October 1908

Address of a Young Jewess The following address was delivered by Miss Sadie Spielberger before the Vestminster Presbyterian Sunday school at New Decatur Ala Miss Spielberger is only 1G years old and fcniade this talk at a special request il fave great pleasure this morning in havingjlie opportunity of speaking to you about our religion the Jew ish and I hope the Sunday school will gather > some new ideas some new lessonssome new light from my few words and be drawn closer to us by Ihem We like you are divided into classes the Orthodox and Reform Jews The Orthodox Jews adhere to all the old customs held in Jerusalem Wa hold the same principles as they and almost the same aims but have let our religion grow and expand with the world I would like to give you some examples of things we differ in They call their house of worship a tfynagog we call ours a temple Their services are conducted in Hebrew ours in English During their serv- ices they wear a sort of mantle of black and white ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 1 October 1908

fit W TSU Marriage Jewish Standpoint What is tlio Jewish ideal of mar- riage The answer is not very diffi- cult tofind The integrity of the fam- ily ties forms the keynote of Jewish social life and it is this integrity that has been largely responsible for the survival in the face of overwhelming odds both of Jewry as a community and of Judaism as a religion Hence it may be said that the Jewish ideal of marriage pays regard not so much to the contracting parties themselves as to the prospective offspring of the union and the prime object of the t marriage is to rear a family the mem- bers of which shall blossom into good Jews and Jewesses and useful mem- bers of society We are glad to think that this ideal is to a large extent still pursued and that Jewish home life and in particular Jewish mother- hood can still be held up as an ex- ample to the rest of the world But if that is the case it cannot at the same time be admitted that the mod- ern Jewish attitude towards marriage is uni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 1 October 1908

t Progress of the Jews Quick denial of General Binghams statement in the North American Re- view that 50 per cent of the criminals of New York are Jews has come from police magistrates of that city These men who study criminals for six or eight hours each day have not found that the Jews furnish the most or the worst criminals Magistrate Walsh for instance who for many years lived among the Jews disputes the proposition He thinks General Binghams statistcis were tinged by prejudice When lie was asked for a statement of experience he wrote out this The statement is not founded on fact in my judgment it is ill digested ill considered and malapropos If sta- tistics showed any such state of things I would not trust them in the face of my intimate knowledge and my per- sonal experience with the race for the past forty years This1 experience is based on personal contact for I lived many years close to that part of the city which is now called the Ghetto Progress Among Jews I have seen a m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 1 October 1908

The Jewish Herald Published Weekly by the HERALD PRINTING CO E GOLDBERG Gen Mgr 707 Fannin Street Phono 5G1G Subscription 100 per year Father r Yom Kippur The very Idea that we may at all times without mediator come before our Creator even when we feel that we are not what we should be or might bo strikes us as a dintinguich ing feature of Judaicm When wo have done right it is natural to suppose that we will find favor but when we have done wrong then Infinite Justice may be supposed to be so outraged that punishment should be imminent What shall the sinner do Christian- ity has one way out of it it says ThtTG is a mediator who will inter- cede tor you and beg of God to forgive you the only condition is that you believe in the efficacy of this redeem- er in his miraculous birth and his vicarious sacrifice Judaism deniey not only the possiblity of all Ihs mir- acles said to Tiave been performed by him denies the efficacy of vicarious atonement but more than all refuses to believe m t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 1 October 1908

t Furniture Built to Stand WADDELLS Furniture and Floor Coverings Mistrot Munn Co The fastest growing Department Store in the State of Texas Originators and Leaders First in Everything Cave k Plunkett JEWELRS Solid Goods Only 617 Main Street Williams Lone Star Moving Storage and Transfer C C WILLIAMS Proprietor Office 620 Travis St Phones Old and New 5118 Old Phone 0915 iE svuLsJte u Eureka Laundry We Mend Your Clothes Old Phone 565 LOCAL ITEMS There will be a meeting of the Jew- ish Womans Benevolent society at Concordia Hall Thursday afternoon at 4 oclock All members should be present Mr Hyman Bud Hart is with the Ed Kiam gents furnishing depart ment where he will be pleased to see his friends WANTED Young lady or gentle- man to solicit subscriptions for the Jewish Herald The Jewish Herald was presented this week with a copy of Mr Theo Meyers latest song Sweet Little Sil ver Dollar Mr Meyer is an accom- plished musician and well known in Houston society The engagement of Miss Jess...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 1 October 1908

M RAMS HORN BROWNS PHILOSO- PHY i I Wherever there is sacrifice there is love I Before you try to reason with a mule climb the fence In a contest with giants faith has never lost a battle It is not what we have but what we are grateful for that countst Unless we learn to give right we will never learn to pray right The Christian warrior is never in any danger while going straight ahead Some boys leave the farm because the hired man doesnt turn the grind- stone To ask God to save the world means nothing unless we intend to help him do it A sure way to oil the hinges on the windows of heaven is to bring all the tithes into the storehouse Our getting to heaven will depend a good deal on whether we are helping to get anybody else there Whenever he sees a sparrow the Christian ought to remember that it is still safe to trust in the Lord The bread that comes back after being cast on the water always gets home at the right time Indianapolis News BUDS OF WISDOM Will wins where wish fails An...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 1 October 1908

K t ml I ALL SORTS Widowers are womens lefts Bachelors are womens rights 1 Shame comes only to men who in- vite it To avoid trouble in this world avoid being born The cornet player is alwaysblowing about his instrument Liberty is the right to compel every- man to vote with the machine Even a truthful man will lie about the fish he ought to have caught No preacher can hold his audience after the dinner bell begins to ring The true philosopher is he who thinks the thoughts of God after him We receive our diplomas of love at the commencement exercises of marriage If you will always let your wife have her own way without controversy It will save her the trouble of taking it anyway DYSPEPTIC PHILOSOPHY No man is too dull to be a bore The man who buys his friends hasnt any All men may have equal rights but only a few get them It is one thing to catch on but quite another thing to know when to let go It doesnt require nearly so much effort to run into debt as to crawl out We seldom appreci...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 1 October 1908

v t T W < VA < jr 4 > p > 9t 1i iureka laundry We Mend lour JlothesT PROVIDE SHELTER For the wile and little ones it is a sacred duty But this usually involves a systematic plan of saving and the habit of saving often has its beginning in a small savings account We gladly open accounts with those who apply 100 STARTS AN ACCOUNT FOUR PER GENT INTEREST Compounded Semiannually Paid on SAVINGS accounts Merchants National Bank Congress and Main Capital and Surplus 40000000 OFFICERS C G PILLOT President T C DUNN Vice President J T MCCARTHY Cashier RANDON PORTER Asst Casdier 10 ne DIRECTORS J S RIOB W T CARTER J M ROCKWELL HYMAN LEVY FRANK ANDREWS C L NEUHAUS L B MENEFEE R E BROOKS J C HUTCHESON Jr W W CAMERON THOS H BALL JESSE H JONES W L ROGERS W I N DAVIS W M RICE W J MOORE WILLIAM GREEN C K DUNLAP J O ROSS E M HOUSE J R STUART LEROY TRICE H N TINKER 1N Need anything in PRiNrrNQ Phone 5646 Herald Printing Company 707 Fannin Street i < fc f 4H H far SystemServiceSuccess Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 8 October 1908

t VOL 1 THE JE Hutchinson Grocery Co Full Line of Kosher Meats and Sausage JKlao Home Made Calccaand Bread Phone 3295512 Fbrparrows Candies GO TO 918 Preston Ave HENRY GREENFIELD with SHEITON AMES Phone 221 Writes every kind of Insurance known It is better to have insurance and not need it than to need insurance and not have it Spencer Drug Co P B King Manager Houston Candy Kitcheir CHAS PAVLOV1CH Prop FINE FRENCH CANDIES 913 Congress Ave Old Phone 4421 Anton Dielil Conservatory of Music Cor Runic n < S Austin Op High School Faculty Equipment and Location the Veay Best Many free advantee Violin Piano Voice Cornet Mandolin Dramatic Art and SPECIAL COURSES IN FRENCH Froebel Kindergarten Depart- ment Phone 31SO Pire Life Accident Livestock Bonding and Liabilit B LITOWICH Phone 933 211 12 TravisSt LETM BTOBERGET y Call Phones law 632 Old 1452 Hunts Old Phones 2925 Free Delivery p o DOEnninsra Manufacturing Jeweler Not the Largest Not the Oldest Cut the Best lOOT Congroii 3Cve HOUSTON...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 8 October 1908

PB9 Eureka Laundry We Mend Your Clothes Old Phone 565 have done our utmost to over- come the defects which existed a year ago our members without seats our school children uncom- fortable our house of worship a place to which we could not joy- ously lead a visitor Turn from that memoiy to the services of these holy days and the change will be justified For the first time in years there has been ab- sent that crowding and confu- sion which disturbed our devo- tions the words of the rabbi can be heard by all and never before have organ and choir so soothed and thrilled the soul with mel- ody Competent critics like Dr Deutsch of Cincinatti have pro- nounced this temple one of rare taste and beauty and all who have worshipped under Us roof must testify to the refining influ ence of its architecture These reflections warrant the hope that the result will com- pensate for whatever of incon- venience whatever of disap- pointment and whatever of sac- rifice have been made necessary by the c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 8 October 1908

t worship is not like personal amusement where every one pays equally for the mme privi- lege The theater goer is mak- ing no sacrifice but is merely gratifyin a selfish desire for en- tertainment Div ne worr hip is rather to be regarded as religious socialism where every one draws all that he needs from the com- munal supply of spiritual forces The strong sense of lustice which distinguishes the Mosaic code solved this same problem with a tax upon all Israelites of a tithe or tenth of the seed of the land or the fruit of the tree or the cattle of the field In this wise the dues of the richest and the poorest bore relation to their income but all were equal before the altar In many congrega tions a return has 1 een made to this just and simple law of our ancestors boards 01 officers be- ing given the power to fix the dues of members in each partic- ular case with right of appeal toNprevent abuse It is worthy of serious consideration on this penitential day whether it is right to con...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 8 October 1908

uiimtMinu wianjn Published Weekly by the HERALD PRINTING CO E GOLDBERG Gen Mgr 707 Fannin Street Phone 5G4G Subscription 100 per yeai SUCCOTH After solemnity comes mirth This is the natural course of events Not the ovei lasting straight face which breeds sanctimoniousness nor the thoughtless teaich for pleasure is human but each has its time and theie is occasion for everything Few nowadays leave their houses to dwell in Succoth and few procure a palm brach to < = ay Hoshana in these times yet the spirit of pleasure prevails din- ing the week May all our readers en- joy the day and we wish them a merry Yom Tov We chronicle elsewhere in this issue the death of a most estima- ble rabbi Rev Dr Solomon H Sonneschein He was a man oi great learning and broad ideas We live we learn we die and so whats the use When did lemons smelling salts and gay chatter and argu- ments become a part of Yom Kippur Keep your eyes on Adath Is- rael Congregation We will have a third Jewish house of worshi...

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