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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 24 November 1910

tier Sadie Froyer LilHo Nussbaum Emma Goldberg Morlq Enter Llbbio Lewis Joamiotto Levy GerlnuloMarx i Y L QUI VIVE Misses Celia and Fannie Coben charmingly entor tntned the Young La- dles Qui Vivo tills week The game was marked by brevity and closeness of scoring At tho conclusion of tho game Miss Lena Stark was found to bo the successful one in capturing tho club prize a beautiful cut glass violet bowl Miss Anna Block received tho consolation Delightful little orange baskets con- tained most pleasing refreshments that were served to the guests Miss Sophie Messenger will enter- tain the club next week Tho Tinker Bank Trust Co which has had a very auspicious open- ing day considering the number of cuecking savings and bank accounts and an unusual large amount of de- posits While a new financial insti- tution it is nevertheless an old ac- quaintance to the Houston public in the person of its well known and highly esteemed president Mr Horace N Tinker of whom we had on an- other occasi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 24 November 1910

sTSWOT JvTV r t kjrV7w wt r RUSSIA Tho Tletch publishes graphic de- scriptions of the recent Searches for Jews in Kieff In some cases they were carried out by police officials who had no instructions to enter tho Jewish houses On one occasion drunken officers of police invaded a Jewish court in the night time be- having in a most scandalous manner toward women and children A sub- stantial sum of money alone saved a few Jews from banishment The ministry of the interior has ap- proved the order of tlie Kieff police prohibiting Jewish r pharmaceutical students from other districts to stay there during their examinations and has ordered the authorities in other nonpale university centers to follow the footsteps of thqir Kieff colleagues ROUMANIA The minister of education has elab- orated a project by which Jews will be admitted only in limited numbers to the lectures at the universities and high schools For some years now admission to the advanced educational institutions has become mor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 1 December 1910

Third Year You may go where you please but Cafe Sauter handles the best BORNs Tailoring Establishment Prompt Attention Given to Clean- ing and Pressing All Work Called Eor and Delivered A Trial Will Convince You 607 Fannin S Phone Pfeiton 3713 r Deliciou Exhilarating i fi w zzio i difr lt i6irl l l folltT < ioczz5l i oi > ltll o rTrz > l < joczzSllolfcr Refreshing Cola Invigorating DRINK IT BOTTLED IT IS PURE PHONE RRESTON 3M9 PALACE OF FRESH HOME MADE CANDY DAILY Ice Cream and Cold Drinks of all kinds Our Ice Cream is Gttrran fteed under the pure Food Law TRY A 320 Suit or Overcoat WITH OUR LABEL IN IT AND YOULL CET EXTRA VALVE erenz iy iff Naugfit Five Main Street f feJti ij i HOUSTON TEXAS DECEMBER 1 1910 A HOUSE OF CARDS By Mrs B JLurie Part II Her Sin Chapter I Robert Clemens of the great com- mission firm of ClomenBe uisorow sat with knitted brow and angry When a womans I Know you are very busy but I have something troubling me which you might help me out of And wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 1 December 1910

WJVP I VMSJSftfmf > yw > iJ t V 1T i J THg JEWISH HEfcALD turbed her was tho thought of her weeks 6n their return Dr nud Mrs Mrs Green wali TViesars Morris m SlJiiWatSSS She teftX A > home taihair Jrionde Alexander Louis CrNswburgn of Hemphill Cincinnati Ohio James Weltman Meredith It Garb Nathari Gans Mor tJ > rls Klein wfltfo BranUi Sydney Land man Issidore Brown and Irving Karpe of Evergreen La tuitlvely that all was notwell with her and that she was far from hap- py HOW torielp hcrj she never could think out a way though the thought of her oldest child engrossed her mind through ir > ° y sleepless nights ferns Tho brides toilette was a very handsome one of imported Parisian chiffon over satin with trimmings of point and princes lace Tho veil was monds and pearls Hercoquet was a shower of lilies of the valley After receiving congratulations atk tho Tem tple Dr and Mrs Fox ieft for Chicago whero they will remain several at their apartments street Last 716 informal D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 1 December 1910

557rsf M tfifiivT tptrfAf tiwiWPt Velvet Ice Cream Manufactured from Milk and GreaTnfurnished by Sid West heimer s SanitaryJersey Dairy Family Trade Solicited < Ice Cream Co Sid Westlieimirier President H C Hurley H A Day SecyTreaj VFres GenMer Phones Preston 43506223 Thf Rfxif nfaninthe cty andtf a ne oest ivian one w ltn tne most fastidious ideas in regard to his linen it the man who always brings his shirts collars and cuffs his fancy vests and colored shirts to the Eureka Laundry We cater to the man who is critical and particular about his Laundry work Pilsener THE Beer OF PURITY For Home OR CLUB MANUFACTURED BY American Brewing Association Houston When Shopping Stop at GondosBros 1 Rest nnd refresh yourselvei Everything feu ranteed Pure fruit Uvori Main and Texas wliyltimwy t wpsil fflB THE JEWISH HERALD tho InleilecUiai Culturo Committee L A Freed chairman L N Leo Harry Hertzberg J U Oppenhelmer Ben Adter A meeting of this com- mittee will ho held In a few days and their fi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 1 December 1910

> rv THE JEWISH HERALD Published Weekly by HERALD PRI TNG COMPANY Goldberg iiuppln Proprietors Phono B333 Preston 4 QIC Fannin St Subscription 150 per year Foreign 200 per year All communications for publication must reach this office not later than 900 a m Wednesday Entered as second class matter No- vember 20 1908 at the postofflce at Houston Texas under the Act of March 3 1879 The Jewish Herald invites corre- spondence on subjects of interest to the Jewish people but disclaims re- sponsibility for or indorsement of the views expressed by the writers By Mrs B Luriei FROM CATHOLICS OF OTHER LANDS Mayor Nathan of Rome continues the butt of Catholic indignation for his utteiances on September 20 upoa the commemoration of the foitieth anniveisary of the occupation of the Eternal City He has had tne dis- tinguished honor of being condemned by the city council of Montreal for his anticlerical speech He has also been favored with a copy of res- olutions adopted by the Federate Holy Na...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 1 December 1910

iFTnyrwm fOUYOUI ENTIRE APPROVE q jwyj iWi PROM THE HOUSE of MilTT We cennot Impress upon you too emphatically tho good quality of Maxell House Blend Coffco The beans oro tho best wo coji buy roistoduniformly blended by cof- fee mod our cleaning processes T rcmovoT every forolgn substanco S ground not mashod lt Is Indeed SK tho coffee of quality Bind olds 5j5 digestion j Packed in air tight tins only f Whole ground or pulverized CHEEKNEAL COFFEE CO Houston Tex Nashvlllo Tenn Kitchen CHAS PAVLOVICH Prop fine French Candies PHONEPRESTON 4421 713 Mam Si Houston Texas New Winter Models in Suits and cyats Suit 15 to 35 Overcoats 1250 to 25 Main Street and Congress Ave We Guarantee to Fit Yout Eye EGANrJOUSE OPTICAL CO f Manufacturing Opticians 1005 CAPITOL AVENUE Phone Preston 564 ung Plumbers and Steam Fitters 1600 Congress Ave HOUSTON TEXAS FMHHOHHMHMMMMHIHHMMr Houston Candy rm iiii ff > wfi THE JEWISH HERALD Notice All items for publication In theBO columns should reach thlB ol >...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 1 December 1910

Cfaas Fc jParker Economy Corner Y GOODS Suits to Measure No Less United Woolen Milk 310 Fannk photographic film FOR and printing paper cameras pure chemi- cals and supplies of all kinds come to this store and you will be certain of depend able quality We sell the g ftNSC L THE JEWISH HERALD at MonteflorG teall Tlio following program will be rendered Piano Bolo Miss Perle Coleman currfcnt events MrB Stella Ehrenfeld vocal solo Miss Adolo Levy Debate He solved That unrestricted immigration is benoflcial to the United States Af- firmative Mr Meyer Wagner Mr Seymour Brandis Negative Mr Abe Levy Mr Weymnn Discussion will follow which makes truer better balanced negatives and Cyko Paper for deeper softer clearer prints Let us show you our splendid assortment of cameras Pure chemicals all photographic supplies Developing and printing done Reasonable charges P VAN VLECK PHOTO SHOP Parrisht Book Store 615 MAIN STREET Swt g aM j a Muwffa > < r rare i W Teacher in Piano and Harmony MONTH...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 1 December 1910

ithat thotwo hancta wore fonbjomattc r of tho hands who indicated tho right Way tho works cmblamatlc of tho uiatn which planned and guldtid in tho light direction and thti caBo of gbld denoting purity emblematic of that purity of thought and purpdso vjuich has always actuated tho presi- dent Mr Gordon feollngly responded thanking tho generous donors for tho valuable gift but more so for tho honor conferred upon him by their appreciation and assured thorn that it will at all times be an incentive for him to act for tho good of tho congregation BNAI BRITH BALL Tho members of the arrangement committee in charge of tho fiftn an- nual Chanukah Charity Ball to bo given by Horzl Lodge No COS are bestirring themselves and piomise to 1 tho good and charitably inclined peo- ple of Houston one of the grandest bills ever given by any organization Vice Mayor Gaston has glvon Ilerzl Lodge tho free use of the 1 new City AJudltorlum located at Texas and Louisiana streets on Tuesday night December 2...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 1 December 1910

TH t vr ffiW party consisted of three couplos who were Miss Jennie Bassist and Mr Jako Wolf MIbs Ida Simon and Mr B eii S Meyer Mips Gertrude Meyer and Mr Horn of St Louis- A dance was given at the Harmony Club this woeft complimentary to Miss Basuist of Elgin The entire younger crowd participated in the donee and during the intermission partook 6Z the refreshments which were served at the Kandy Kitchen Miss Bassist who has been visiting Miss Gertrudb Meyer for a short tlme leit Sunday morning for her homo in El- gin leaving behind a host of friends who very much regretted to see her leave so soon Miss Bassist was ac- companied as far as Waco by Messrs Jako Wolf Nate Glnspurg Ben S Meyer and II M Maire who were visitors to the Cotton Palace Between trains the party including Miss Bassist were1 courteously enter- tained with an auto ride through the city of Waco by Mr Leo Brack AUSTIN t The friends of Mrs I M Kansler are pleased to see her agaln she be- ijing hero on a visit to her m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 8 December 1910

D Ic dIk itirfz51 to ezznoi 5t of = f 6c = = jo > 1l < locf lc io > > c roi 51foczz > whohc Third Year f0 M m mm4 m MU s M S A HOUSE OF CARDS By Mrs B Lurie Part II CHAPTER II The sudden message from Mr Clemens was the first element that had arisen to disturb her tranquility The very uncertainty of the nature of the trouble tended to exaggerate her fears for her sons welfare She awaited with the utmost impatience the arrival of the afternoon mail Her daughter bringing her three children had put in an appearance before me postman She took in immediately her mothers agitated state and tried hard to divert her attention from her present worries by judicious observa- tions on the fine appearance of every- thing in general The entire estab- lishment betokened the scrupulous and businesslike care every detail rei ceived from its enterprising mistress Her daughters praise was no empty flattery When Bessie had inspected and admired not alone the business but the comfortable d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 8 December 1910

Vftgmry BEAUMONT Miss Janet Ilecht returned liomo Tuesday after scvoral days visit to Houston + Mr L Solinsky spent tho early part of the week in Houston Mrs ltosa Philip son had as her guest Sunday and Monday Miss Ervie Levine of Gal- veston Miss Flora Josey who has heen visiting the Misses Eppstein in Houston for several days arrived hoin Tuesday Miss Fannye Siluer and Mr Harry Silher were among the excursionists leav- ing Sunday for Austin returning home Tuesday Miss Rayo Silher spent the week endwith Miss Fannye Block of Houston Miss Martha Bassist and Miss Belle Ilyman of China Will spend the week- end with relatives here andtake in the Fair f Mr Dan G Folan who has heen residing here tor the past twelve months will leave Friday for Houston where he will make his home in the luture Mrs T 33 Danziger 1 eturned the early pave of last week from Elizabeth La where she visited her brother and sisterinlaw Mr and Mrs E E Krauss K Mis Eva Siljer entertained Mrs Paul Griner of Lake Char...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 8 December 1910

r > 4 i vfftsjvft i v ii riryrrorn t v Velvet Ice Cream Manufactured from Milk and Cream furnished by Sid West heimer s Sanijary Jersey Dairy Family Trade Solicited Sid Wesllieunmer President H C Hurley H A Day SecyTreas VFrei Gen Mgr Phones Preston 43306223 The Best Man SWiS fastidious ideas in reaard to his linen is the man who always brings his shirts collars and caffs his fancy vests and colored shirts to the Eureka Laundry We cater to the man who is critical and particular about his Laundry work t THE OF PURITY For Home OR CLUB MANUFACTURED DY American Brewing Association Houston t When Shopping Stop at j Gondos Bros refresh yourselves Everything f guaranteed Pure fruit Avion Main and Texas BSfilBIB WiBSilW W BS SBSl THE JEWISH HERALO childish nsslstnnco Thoso present weio Miss Lillian Goldstein aB guest nnd MeBdamos J Cohen Henry Hell bron Ray Hollbron Vm Prledborger H Mendols M Sandborgor Leo Kiouse nnd Mfss Noy A luncheon was served and all present weio highly pleased wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 8 December 1910

A4 Published Weekly by HERALD PRINTNG COMPANY Goldberg Ruppin Proprietors Phone 5333 Preston GIG Fannin St Subscription 150 per year Foreign 200 per year All communications for publication must reach this office not later than 900 a m Wednesday Entered as second class matter No- vember 20 190S at the postofflce at Houston Texas under the Act of March 3 1879 The Jewish Herald invites corre- spondence on subjects of interest to the Jewish people but disclaims re- sponsibility for or indorsement of the views expressed by the writers JEWISH CALENDAR 5671 AM 1910 New Years Eve Monday Oct 3 Yom Kippur Thursday Oct 13 First Day of SuccothTuesday Oct 18 Shemini Atzereth Tuesday Oct 25 Simchath Torah Wednesday Oct 2G Rosh Chodesh CheshvanThur Nov 3 Rosh Chodesh Kislev Friday Dec 2 First Day of HanukahMonday Dec 2G 5671 A M 1911 Rosh Chodesh Tebet Sunday Jan 1 Rosh Chodesh Shebat Monday Jan 30 Rosh Chodesh Adar Wed Mar 1 Puiim Feast of Esther Tues Mar 14 Rosh Chodesh Nissan Thurs Mar 30 Pessa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 8 December 1910

P Wf fQRYOVR ENTIRE APPROVA PROM THE 7 HOUSE of QUALITY1 WE ccrinot impross upon you too emphatically tho good quality of Maxwell IIouso Blend Coffee The beans aro tho host wo cmi buy roasted uniformly blondod by cof foo mon our cleaning procosses remove every foreign substance ground not mashod it Is indeed the corfoo of quality end aids digestion Packed in air tight tins only Whole ground or pulverized cheekneSTcoffee CO Houston Tex Nashvllln Term si New Winter Models in Overcoats Suit 15 to 35 Overcoats 1250 to 25 Main Street and Congress Ave We Guarantee to Fit Your Eyes EGANHOUSE OPTICAL CO Manufacturing Optician 1005 CAPITOL AVENUE iHione Preston 564 Rohischung Bros umbers an Steam Fitters 1600 Congress Ave HOUSTON v TEXAS Houston Candy Kitchen CHAS PAVLOVICH Prop Pine French Candies PHONE PBESTON 4421 713 Main St Houston Texas mmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmm THE JEWISH HERALD LOCAL NEWS J Notice All items for publication in these columns should reach this of flee not later than 9 a m Wedn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 8 December 1910

Cfaas F Parker Economy Corner DRY G Suits to Measure No Less United Woolen Mills 310 Fnnnia Ik k I iwntniuuimumtap SERVICE Our Good Seruicq to Depositors is based on our ability and willingness to do all that is expected of a Safety Conducted Banking Institution > J S Rice t C G Plllot W T Carter J M RockwpU Abe M Levy T C Dunn + I JesBe H Jones yvM Rice DIRECTORS J M West C K Dunlap v Bryan Heard J 0 Ross R B Brooks W O Neuhaus Jonathan Lane Frank AnSrews 1 J THE JEWISH HERALD Invitations Have been issued by Mr and Mrs I S rivy and MIbs Levy to a dance on the evening of December 13 at the Country Club Miss Levy is one of the seasons at- tractive debutantes LB MIIM > mlllHHMIIIIll C3aH FOR photographic film and printing paper cameras pure chemi- cals and supplies of allkinds come to this store and you will be certain of depend able quality We sell the which makes truer better balanced negatives and Cyko Paper for deeper softer clearer prints Let us show you our splendid assort...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 8 December 1910

I iff T V fryi v mf r hp WP th gamo At tho conclusion a two course ltinclieon was served fflio club prize a cut glaBSollvei dish WnsjSvon by Miss Fnnnie BccUoi1 Tho consolation a linen handkerchief Tell ta iyiiss Sadio Nathan M isB Mfcsingor was assisted by Miss Frances Epstein and Mrs Henry Greenfield jMlsses JDora and Lena Stark will servo as hostesses to tho club next week BNAI B RITII CHANUKOII BALL The work of tho past week has more than satisiled tho arrangement com- mittee in charge of the Ghanukoh Charity Ball that this years affair will be a grand success socially and finan- cially The city has been thoroughly placarded and tickets distributed Rjght here we wish to make mention that tliero are a great many Jews that will not affiliate with a lodge and here is an opportunity for them to- m ako the smallest possible contribu- tion to charity and got a big treat for it Prof Schrams augmented orchestra will be a pleasure to hear and it will be yorth the price of admission to lo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 8 December 1910

NOTICE TO ZIONISTS To Iho Societies of the Texas Zionist Association Please take notice Jthat the sixth m annual convention of the Texas Zion- ist Association will be held at Hous- ton Texas Jan 1st 2d and 3d Convention rates have been ar- ranged for by the officers of said As- sociation with the railroad officials The convention rates will be good leaving the 31st of December and re- maining till the 5th The secretaries of the respective so- cieties are requested to report the names of all delegates to the Assist- ant Secretary Miss Lydia Littman Austin Texas as soon as practicable Respectfully yours I D Geeteh Secretary DO YOU KNOW THAT t We do not cliarge for Social items inserted in this issue Infoim ri us of Betrothals Wed j dings Bar Mitssvahs Socials and Dances 1 Phone Preston 6510 Or address 616 Pan > nin street The best people In the State sub- scribe for the Jewish Herald Are you one of them YOUNG POLKS MUSICAL A success was the universal ver- dict given by those who at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 15 December 1910

f u Tfijjb m ssfiv ssfivP P m 3l < I Q1 < mi > < tn t inr Third Year A HOUSE OF CARDS By Mrs B Lurie Part IT CHAPTER IV As Mr Clemens had occasion to re- count all that transpired during the pregress of the settlement it may ho hest to let him continue Bessie Win throps history and the impression she made on him The trouble in which the Harris family were so vi- tally concerned occurred in September and was hot adjusted to the entire sat- isfaction of Mr Clemens till the last of November The following January he wrote a detailed account of the whole transaction to a friend of his Harold Risley of the law firm of Ris ley Cook and Burke of Philadelphia Ponn jye will take np the thread of this narrative with Mr Clemens in answer to a communication from Mr Risley Dear Hal Your letter to hand and contents noted with deepest interest Your confidence in my ability to settle your present difficulty touches me to the heart althought I think you are mistaken in this instance As yo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 15 December 1910

Notice All items for publication in these columns should reach this of- fice not later than 9 a m Wednesdays SAN ANTONIO Edar Lodge No 211 I O B B held a regular meeting Monday evening in the Temple Both El Following the tiansaction of regular routine busi- ness the intellectual culture commit- tee reported that Thursday Dec 20 is the date set for the celebration of Bnai Brith Day This committee is completing arrangements for a big celebration on this date and have been fortunate to secuie the services of several very good speakers lor this occasion Other business of importance was the nomination of officers tor the en- suing term January to Juljy 1911 The next meeting being Monday Dec 29 the last meeting of this term and the election of officers A good attend- ance and a much spirited election is looked for The Maccabean Zion Society held a regular meeting Sunday afternoon in the vestry l oom of Temple Beth El The principal question before this meeting was the election ot twvo addi...

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