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

> Fumlturm Built to Btanti WADDELLS Furalturo and Floor Govmrlngs W F PULS DrGsmefl Poultry Fmsh Eggs Phones 920 and 4121 Free Delivery City Market Mistrot Mum Co The fastest growing Department Store in the State of Texas Originators and Loaders First in Everything LEWIS OYSTER PARLOR JOHN LEWIS PROPRIETOR OYSTERS SERVED ANY STYLE 1013 Preston Ave Phono 1837 Williams Lone Star Moving Storage and Transfer C C WILLIAMS Proprietor Office 620 Travis St Phones Old and New 538 Old Phone 6916 BOOKS Of all publishers are on our counters PILLOTfS 4G9 MAIN ST Eureka Laundry We mend your clothes Old phone 565 LOCAL ITEMS Leo S Levy of Victoria is noted as a guest at the Brazos Mr J Blumenthal who is away for several weeks on a business trip is expected home next week Mr Sidney Meyers with his two daughters Myrtle and Fay have gone on a visit to sCrowley and ew Orleans La Miss Matill Chimene who is attending school at San Marcos will be among the young students spending the week at home Ther...

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

its qus9s Cold Cream That Cures CSiaps 25c per box SAM ROUSE THE MEDICINC MAN NJujn and Preston Avenue Ship Channel Fish Oyster Company Phone 2912 Sholl Oysters a Specialty San Jacinto Street Between Franklin arid Commerce IWiaaS MMnnnHmWBIQaHHHMaHBMMMMHI CHEEK NEAL Maxwell House Blend COFFEE 1 AND 3 POUND SEALED CANS AT ALL GROCERS MT5 ITS 4 tf < f3 Denlism thil has proven a hllurc v oii mine hinds of other dentists Dr S O PAINLESS DENTISTRY 317 1 2 Main Street Old Phone 5129 United Woolen Mills Suits Made to PJloasurc IS Fiucst and Largest Selection of WooJ ens in the State GUmANTEED union made 110 tannin Street h iter Building Unique Talking IVIachCo RECORDS FOR ALL MACHINES 1016 Prairie Houston Texas Until January l 1909 Olivers Music House is selling all used and secondhand Some of them practi- cally new and all new pianos at 25 per cent off These are positive Bargains All stock on hand enroute and rent- ed must be sold Call write or phone to Olivers Music House Eureka Laund...

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

Come and see us in our New Home Eureka Laundry We mend your clothes Old phone 565 B H GREENBERG SON Furniture and Carpets Come in and let us I show you around 1014rI01 5 Preston < Ave I3est MLeixsrx tSLtrtd JF eLirxxniin Houston Texas MARCUSBRIN NUPTIALS f he wedding of Miss Stella Marcus to Albert Brin was sol- emnized Sunday afternoon at 5 oclock when the ceremony was performed by Dr William H Greenburg rabbi of Temple EmanuEl Miss Esther Freshman sang All for Love of You and Mrs Emma Coleman played Mendel sohns wedding march The bride was given in mar- riage by her brother Marvin Marcus Miss Lena Marcus was maid of honor and Misses Nel- lie Brin and Adeline Mittenthal bridesmaids Meldin Brin was best man and Max Herman and Abe Marcus the groomsmen The wedding was at the home of the brides mother Mrs Paul- ine Marcus 635 South Akard St In the decoration s a color scheme of pink and white was ef- fected with chrysanthemums Mr and Mrs Brin will visit San Antonio and Mexico on the...

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

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 31 December 1908

t r m VOL THE JEWISH HERALD Hutchinson Grocery Co 1ult Line of Kosher Meats and Sausago Also Home Made Calces and Bread Phone 3295512 FRUITS CANDIES AND ICE CREAM Always the Best ffli GUARANTEED PURE WS Our goods apeak for themselves Watch for our Saturday Special CONDOS BROS Main and Capitol ti Houston Candy Kitchen CHAS PAVLOVICH Prop FINE FRENCH CANDIES 513 Congress Ave Old Phone 4421 Fire Life Accident Live Stock Bondinc and Liabilitf B LrlTOWICH Phone 933 211 12 TravisSt K E PYE A N LEWi 1 PYE SL LEWIS Write all kinds of INSURANCE Old Phones 4827 and 406 New Phone 407 1010 Texas Avenue corner Fannin ZERBE MARBLE WORKS Monumsnts and Building CUT STONES 2614 Washington St Phone 5828 George Beach Commercial Photographei NPhone 8046 1017 Capitol DR G T SPEARMAN Specialist In Diseases of the Skin Nervous System and Private Diseases of Men and Women Office 228220230 Mason Building SXouaton T xa For FINE CANDIES ELEGANT PERFUMES and HOLIDAY STATIONARY see T Capitol Pharmacy HOUSTON TE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 31 December 1908

ary matrons Mrs H Kern was elected in her stead The Twentyfifth anniversary of the Home was celebrated with due honors on the 11th day of January 1880 with Rev Jas K Gutheim as the distinguished orator The charter of the Associa- tion which was to have a dura- tion of twentyfive years dating from March 14th 1855 expir- ing a special meeting of the As- sociation was called for March 7th The president submitted a- new charter prepared by a com mitte of the board of directors Article 1 of the new charter changes the Article 1 in the old charter which reads The object of the society be- ing of a charitable nature to wit To establish an asylum to receive under its care and sup- port indigent Hebrew widows as also to receive foster pro- vide for maintain and instruct Jewish orphans and half or- phans of both sexes into the following The object of the society is of a charitable character to wit To continue the Asylum estab- lished by the herein first named Association with the only ex- cep...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 31 December 1908

Mi fc m IK F ifc i 11 ences brought to bear upon them by others with whom they associate Once he said the Jews barely escaped from being idolaters not in the sense that they worshiped images or wood or stone but that they almost gave up their old religion for the pursuance of things in a ligher vein This was so in their associa- tion with the Greeks in the glad atorial days and it is the case at the present time to a more or less extent with our people es pecially the younger folks in their love for vaudeville which has no meaning and no moral he stated Dr Barnstein while making known that he was in nowise so biased as to denounce the stage expressed himself very strongly againt the modern vaudeville theater as relating to its influ- ence over the life of Jews espe- cially among the younger gen- eration He thinks the Jew should resent every attempt at mockery from outsiders and by so doing he will raise himself not only in his own estimation but in the eyes of the world to the posit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 31 December 1908

THE JEWISH HERALD Published Weekly by the HERALD PRINTING COMPANY GOLDBERG KAPNER Proprietors 616JFannin Street Phone 5333 Subscription 150 per year All communications for publication must reach the office not later than Wednesday at 6 p m Entered as second class matter No- vember 20 1908 at the postoffice at Houston Texas under the Act of March 3 1879 THE FAST OF TEVETH How many of our readers know that Sunday will be the tenth day of the Hebrew month Teveth the anniversary of lay- ing the siege at Jerusalem by Nebuchadnezzar This is ob- served as a fast day but how many of our orthodox brethren who are so punctilious about trifles in ritual and synagogue affairs will fast Oh but fast- ing is not as easy as mouthing about the religious failings of others How many of these strict orthodox people who would not even trim their beards to look decent have instructed their children in the importance of the day Will one of these young men or women miss the moving picture shows because of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 31 December 1908

t 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 LEWIS OYSTER PARLOR JOHN LEWIS PROPRIETOR OYSTERS SERVED ANY STYLE 1013 Preston Ave BOOKS Phono 1837 Williams Lone Star Moving Storage and Transfer C C WILLIAMS Proprietor Office 620 Travis St Phones Old and New 638 Old Phone 6916 Of all publishers are on our counters PILLOTS 409 MAIN ST Eureka Laundry We mend your clothes Old phone 565 LOCAL ITEMS Ben Pfeffer has returned from Chicago Mr J Canter of Boston is in the city for a few days The Misses Sam of New York are here the guests of their brother Mr John Mendlovitz spent a few days this week in San An- tonio Miss Jeanette Littman of Aus- tin is the guest of Miss Julia B Blum The annual meeting of Con cordia Club takes place Sunday January 3rd Miss Dora Roth of Marshal...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 31 December 1908

its Rouses Cold Cream That Cures Chaps 25c per box sam rlotjses THE MEDICINE MAN Main and Preston Avcnua Ship Channel Fish Oyster Company Phone 2912 Shell Oystors a Specialty San Jacinto Street Between Franklin and Commerce CHEEK NEAL Maxwell House Blend COFFEE X AND 3 POUND SEAIiED CANS AT ALL GKOCERS Dentistry that has proven i failure inthe hands of other dentists PAINLESS DENTISTRY 317 1 2 Mam Street Old Phone 5129 United Woolen Suits Motto to Moasuro I6 Fiucst and Largest Selection of WooJ ens in the State QUtoRANTEEB UNION MADE 310 Fannin Street Theater Duildinc RECORDS FOR ALL MACHINES 1016 Prairie Houston Texas Until January 1 1909 Olivers Music House is selling all used and secondhand Pianos Less Than I Price Spine of them practi- cally new and all new pianos at 25 per cent off These are positive Bargains All stock on hand enroute and rent- ed must be sold Call write or phone to Olivers Music House Eureka Laundry SHBMMMBHMMSaBaaMMMI We mend your clothes Old phone 565 NEW OR...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 31 December 1908

I mtiwmmmmmmmmmm Gome and see us in our New Home Galveston Personals Miss Camille Harris of Dallas is the guest of Miss Blanche Grumbach for the opening ball Mrs Jessie Loeb accompan- ied by her little daughter Rosa f iv Eureka Laundry We mend your clothes Old phone 565 WB > F XJFUSHT L TJHCE > HOM OOHNrtF I E TPEJIY B H GREENBERG SON Furniture and Carpets Mrs Henry Cohen enter- tained the Sunday School teach- ers last Wednesday An enjoy- able afternoon was spent Among the college girls and boys spending the week at home are Misses Sarah Kempner of Agontz Pa Eleanor Jacobs of Austin and Mr Marion Levy of the University of Texas Mr Sam Rosenstein is in the city to spend a few days r BOOKS BOOKS L RUTLEDGE CO CUT PRICES Greatest Stock and Best Prices in the South 1004 PRAIRIE AVENUE > 687 HOUSTON TEXAS jj 7 Com in and Uti ns show you aronmd 10141010 Preston Ave 33ot TS e ± irx and Tc ELxrxirxljrx HoiABton Toxai ris Ralph Schmtzer Idalee Sin scheimer Reba Jacobs Bernice Jacobs...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 31 December 1908

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 7 January 1909

VOL 1 mTTT Hutchinson Grocery Co Pill I Line of Kosher Meats and Sausage Alto Home Made Cokea and Bread Phone 3295512 Suits to Measure No Less Un d Woolen Mills 310Fannihi 1203 Congress Houston Candy Kitchen CHAS PAVLOV1CH Prop FINE FRENCH CANDIES fllil Congress Ave OM Phone 4421 Fhe Life Accident Live Stock Bondinc and Liabilltr B 3L1TOWICH Phone 933 21112 TruvisSt PMir < JLWIS WrfgPTcinda of INSURANCE Old PKonc I827 and 406 New Phono 400 lOlO Eexas Avenue corner Fannin ZERBEJtARBLE WORK Monuments and Building OUT STONES L6U Washington St Phone 5323 George Beaeh Commercial Photographei Ihone 3046 1017 Capitol DR ri T SPEARMAN jSpeolRllat In Diseases of the Skin Nervous Bystem and PrivateDiScnses of Men and Women fcpi Ice 228229230 Mason Building ICapitolPhafm PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Q iw Open AH Night HuMsjiM iMl 1326 0USTONi > TEXASl JANUARY 7 1909 WBftS STC ET fEW ORLEANS J Durr meeting A ° II fCoclinUed r ZT > He JI Regretfully reported the pr alence during the past sumi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 7 January 1909

Hutchinson Grocery Co JtiilUnecil Kosher Moats and Sausago AIbb Homs M dc Cakes and V M teaA Pfrone 295512 i > vifc Suitsfo Measure mote 1 tfei SIOFaTmin 15 < Houston No Less Uh jleri Mill 1203 Congress Kitchen SSSvS PAVL6VICH Prop FINE fRENCH CANDIES ma CongreiiAve Old Phone 4421 d i Piie Ufe rAccident Livestock Bonding and Liabilltf BMTOWICH Phone 933 H ts Old Pfawie 2825 21114 TravisSfc Free Delivery V E < fYg4 A N LEWI 3 pt LEWIS Wf Mlinda of INSIJANCE Old j Vand 406 New Phono 409 lijl vQiiUQ corner Funnivi ZERBaiRBLB WORKS Mttriumnnts atind BuUdfns g ifONES yC 3 Commlr al iL Photographei S3 thone 80lf 101 Capitol iaaiiit4 r E WdT Building PRCSCRIPTI0NS P AH Night g fi i > iw Wiiiit > iiii ii in iiiiiwMnii > riin ii hi the p eiiQ duingii pa sfr diphtWri ii M a io tfom at ful fte joi BR > iysidai the ortKy Sup intehcleriand matron w n vif nairi reme chari on ait buildi eqwegg tns pi ident olJhe Asso ion fajp ikau liel of JewisffiOTidows knd Ftihans oi the njf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 7 January 1909

TEXAS FEDERATION OF ZIONISTS Attended by about 100 dele- gates representing fifteen cities in the state the fourth annual convention of the Texas Zionist Association began at Waco Sun- day morning the sessions being held at the Waco Business Mens club rooms Dr S Burg of San Antonio Called the meeting to order Prayer was offered by Rev S Margolis of Dallas The address of welcome was delivered by Dr B J French Mr L A Freed making the re- sponse President Wilner then read is message to the convention The following committees Fwere appointed by the chair all of them reporting before noon when the morning session ended Credentials committee H Katz Fort Worth I N Kami San Antonio Abe Gordon Hous- ton Miss Celia Cohen Houston M Ginsburg Fort Worth B Goldberg Dallas Resolutions I N Mehl Fort Worth Rev Chas Blumenthal Fort Worth Dr H Lieberman Houston Miss L Littman Aus- tin Miss I Morrison Dallas Dave Hawtof Waco Dr S Mar golis Dallas Nominations Dr S Burg San Antonio A Salyburg Fort Worth ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 7 January 1909

tine the Jewish 6ag and Jewish flag and Jewish history and tra- ditions Miss Littman spoke feelingly carrying the conven- tion with her calling forth ap- plause every few minutes This was the last matter com- ing before the body during the forenoon and it was nearly 1 oclock when the body adjourned for dinner The first thing on the program for the afternoon was a paper by L N Mehl of Fort Worth on What Zionism Has Accom plished in Texas Several resolutions were passed and other business of more or less important nature transacted The election of officers re- sulted as follows President L A Freed San Antonio first vicepresident Rabbi S Margolis Dallas sec- ond vicepresident L F Shen blum Fort Worth Secretary I D Geetoh Dal- las Assistant Secretary Miss Ly- dia Littman Austin Treasurer I N Mehl Fort Worth Chairman propaganda com- mittee Prof C Pessels San An- tonio Abe Gordon Houston Chas Blumenthal Fort Worth S Greenberg Waco Dr S Burg San Antonio Sam Bur styn Austin A Mendel Galves-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 7 January 1909

THE JEWISH HERALD Published Weekly by the HERALD PRINTING COMPANY Ef GOLD BERK Prop l 6lg Fannin Sliect Phono T833 Subscription 150 per year All communications for publication must reach the office not later limn Wednebday at G p m Enteied as second class matter No- vember 20 1908 at the postoffice at Houston Texas under the Act of March > 1879 CONVENTION NOTES A letter was read from Cin- cinnati Ohio asking for points as to how to make a State feder- ation as successful as the Texas State Zionist Association evi- dently is Says tiic Waco TimesHerald President Willnu of the Texas Zionists makes a good presiding officer and his rulings ere ac- cepted by the body as fair and impartial The convention strengthened Zionism in Waco mightily Mr Frohmansohn when asked how the convention impressed him replied High calibre the best ever Mr Lieberman was very con spicuous at the convention but he cant help it Mr Frohmansohn received several ovations Only the Cha fzan of Houston can look dow...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 7 January 1909

Furniture Built to Btmnd 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 LEWIS OYSTER PARLOR JOHN LEWIS PROPRIETOR OYSTERS SERVED ANY STYLE 1013 Prc ton Ave BOOKS Phone 1837 Cave Plunkett JEWELRS Molid Goods Only 617 Main Street Williams Lone Star Moving Storage and Transfer C C WILLIAMS Proprietor Office 620 Travis St Phonea Old and New 638 Old Phone 6916 Of all publisher are on our counters PILLOT 409 MAIN ST v vtt u ftqMjf fft 1 Eureka Laundry We mend your clothes Old phone 565 LOCAL ITEMS Mrs L Rosenwald left yester- day for New Orleans Miss Harriet and Haskell Levy left Wednesday for New York Henry Judah is back in Hous- ton to live after several months absence in Missouri Mr and Mrs Max Flaxman are the happy parents of a little son born December 27th Miss Jeanette Davis of Shreve- port wh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 7 January 1909

CHEEK NEAD Maxwell House Blend COFFEE 1 AND 3 POUND SEALED CANS AT ALL GROCERS Ship Channel Fish Oyster Company Phone 2912 Shell Oysters a Specialty San Jacinto Street Between Franklin nd Commerce STo A 3 Dentistry that his prcnen a failure > inthe hands ol other dentists PAINLESS DENTISTRY 617 12 Mam Street Old Phone 5129 records for all Machines 1016 Prairie Houston Texas NEW PHONE 107 OLD PHONE 907 M C HENORIX FISH OYSTERS CRAB AND SHRIMP SEAL SHIP OYSTERS A SPECIALTY Stall No 5 City Market and that evening it was en fete for the occasion with most sumptuous and artistic table em- bellishments The table was veiled with a handsome cloth of Irish lace and eyelet embroidery and as a tribute to River view academy the decorations were in the colors of the school yellow and blue An exquisite Venetian glass centerpiece held hyacinths and the place cards which were most unique and attractive were brought from Europe by Miss Levy These rested on the edges of the glasses and were in the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 7 January 1909

t i MMMMkMMMi Come and see us in our New Home y PHONJL7 ZgWsrfW WI TF ISurcka Laundry We mend your dollies Old phone 565 WE l TJT IRISH 12 TP CE MOME COMPLvBTE > IwY B H GREENBERG SON Furniture and Carpets > BOOKS BOOKS L RUTLEDGE CO CUT PRICES Greatest Stock and Best Prices in the South 1004 PRAIRIE AVENUE HOUSTON TEXAS The Concordia Club enter- tained with its annual New Years ball last Thursday even ing when the club sponsored an1 other one of the delightful hos- pitalities for which the organi- < zation has become famous There were no cotillons danced but the i program recorded twentytwo dances including twosteps barn dances and waltzes and a i number of extras were added to these Supper was served down- stairs in the supper room by the Ladies Aid Society of Temple Beth Israel Mrs A RoufT was chairman of the supper commit- tee and was assisted by Mes- dames P Tuteur Bettie Bonart Eva Loovis C D Wolf A Mor- ris J Saper C S Reichman and Sophie Lipper Covers were laid for ...

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