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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 2 March 1911

Third Year c wm T r jH < t < itijiiUtii < t J xtnn ipLt uSitfcfcAtaa Aw JWv HOE A HOUSE OF CARDS By Mrs B Lurle 5 He looked intently nt her while she was speaking lie was struck anew by her sweet bcatuy the pensive lines around the mouth the soirowful look in the dustrous brown eyes and resolv- ed once more to fathom tno cause ot lor undoubted suffering So steady was his gnao that she reddened under it and dropped her eyelids till the long lashes swept her cheek She marveled at his interest He drew up a chair near her und listened earnestly while she touch- ed nn What she had acquited and the ffioutrStoio of knowledge which no one might ever hope to exhaust Jlo was truly astonished And that Is what you folks call Judaism Only the briefo3t the faintest out- line And mans every act his every relar tion In life can he regulated by this great accumulation which you call the Law f Be siej nodded Everything is taken Jritoacqount she answeted Weliiithen wnaf does thHrgrcnfliaw Fay...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 2 March 1911

outside view Not a little of antiSem itism Is occasionally and quite thoughlessly spread by a Jewish edi- tor who ostrichlike buries his head in the sand The JewiBh editor who never thinks of he nonJewish rend- ers of his journal is grievously at fault He sometimes does more harm than good to the community The value of a representative Jew- ish journal to a community is incalcu- lable and it is the duty of the leading Jews in every center of Jewry to as- sist in establishing a communal organ on a solid foundation and continue to support it adequately You must feed well the bodyguards of ntlers of men Well conducted Jewish journals are the bodyguards of the Jews wherever published throughout the Diaspora See what the longheaded farseeing first Lord Sway tilling did for the now very piosperous Jewish Chronicle when that journal was in its infancy struggling for existence under the re- gime of Abraham Bemish its founder Samuel Montague afterwards Lord Swaythling with his brotherinlaw t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 2 March 1911

prize to Mr II M Mothnor After thto gtime a Dutch lunch was sowed to fo > 9jjt forty guests Cards haVox b c011 received from Mr and Mrs HnrryCDeittclmer r fom New York re- porting a most enjoyable trip Miss Marguerite Dopplemeyer of Mar- shall who has been the attractive vis- itor of Mrs L E Ney left Sunday for Carthage Mo Mr Jake Tannenbaum Is spending a few flays with his family after being away sev- eral weeks on business The friends jOf Mrs Eva Sllber and Miss Pauline Silbcr will bo glad to know they are now convalescing afler a serious spell of lagrlppe < Mr Squl Leberson of Kirbyvllle avIio recently bought out the Emporium in this city arrived several days ago to make Beaumont his home Mrs Leberspn will follow in a few days Post cards have been re- ceived rfrom Miss Amanda Swartzberg announcing her safe arrival home In Shroveport Mrs R Kline returned home Sunday after several weeks ylsit to New York and Chicago Mr Saul Harrison entertained i Mr Archie McKenzie of The Man...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 2 March 1911

THE JEWISH HERALD Published Weekly by HERALD PRINTNG COMPANY Goldberg Ruppln Proprietors PHONE PRESTON 2410 1018 Franklin Ave 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 rember 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 JEWISH CALENDAR 5671 A M 1911 Rosh Chodesh ShebatMonday Jan 30 Rosh Chodesh Adar Wed Mar 1 curlm Feast of Esther Tues Mar 11 Rosh Chodesh Nissan Thurs Mar 30 Pessach PassoverThursdaj Apr 13 Pessach 7th Day of Wed Apr 19 Rosh Chodesh Iyar Saturday Apr 29 Rosh Chodesh Sivan Sunday May 28 Shabuoth Feast of Weeks Friday June 2 Rosh Chodesh TammuzTues Jun 27 Rosh Chodesh Ab Wednesday July 26 Feast of Ab Thursday Aug 3 Rosh Chodesh Eilul Friday ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 2 March 1911

mvovR ENTIRE APPROVA PROM THE Chouse of Equality Wu ccnnot Impress upon you too emphatically tho good quality of Maxwell Kouso Blend Coffee Tho beans aro tho best wo cn buy rocsted uniformly blended by cof fau men our cleaning processes remove every foreign substance ground not mashed it is indood tno coffco of quality and aids digestion Packed In air tight tins only Jfiofo ground or pulverized g CHEEKNEAL COFFEE CO Houston Tex NashvlUft Tenn THE WOMENS STORE CONGRESS AND TRAVIS MENS AND BOYS STORE CONGRESS AND MAIN ST MistrotMunn Co We Guarantee to Fit Your Eye EGANHOUSE OPTICAL CO Manufacturing Opticians 1005 CAPITOL AVENUE Phone Preston 564 Robischung Bros Plumbers and Steam Fitters 1600 Congress Ave HOUSTON TEXAS Houston Candy 4 iKitch en CHAS PAVLOVICH Prop Fine French Candies PHONE PRESTON 4421 713 Main St Houston Texas THE JEWISH HERALD LOCAL NEWS if Mk All items for publication In these columns should reach this of- fice not later than 9 a m Wednesdays The Sous and Daughtcis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 2 March 1911

l jiditiw 7N JEWISH LITERARY SOCIETY J The literary committee has mailo special efforts with the programs o tne monthly meetings The general public is cordially in- vited to attend and can be assured beforehand that an interesting and instructive evening will be passed by them in coming to the meeting of March 8 at Montiiiore Hall corner of Lamar street and Crawford The meeting will start promptly at 830 p m Rabbi Geo G Fox of Ft Worth will be the principal speaker ol the even- ing The Literary Committee has prevail- ed upon different Rabbis of the State to come here under the auspices of the Jewish Literary Society and in- consequence the public is always pleased to extend them a cordial re- ception by a larce attendance Rabbi Fox is a newcomer to the Lcne Star State and the Society its iriends and well wishers are anxious ly awaiting his coming both to hear his lecture and to show him the great- est and most piogressivc city in the Htato under the auspices of the larg- est and fin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 2 March 1911

= w w5 fWvinr T > fT > P55K T j gni Tg s iT Ty y < < np n sge Am ii W r wtKwvf < w > J l 7 rP Tiq n jri y pyift giyg T n w PFTrP jnm Misses Epstein Letup Rhytnan Oscar and Marx Messrs Bcdacli Rbymnn and Golden Mr and Mrs J Abrams entertained last Thursday night with a supper in honor of Mr arid Mrs Ilockwald MrB II Samuels entertained with lottos and cards last Friday night Delicious re- freshments of Ice cream and cake were served TEXARKANA Mrs Hose Raphael has been con- fined to her room from an attack of lagrippe The Alps met with Mrs Ray Heilbron on last Thursday The club prizes were won by Mrs Jake Colin and Mis Max Scherer while Mrs Louis Morris of Denver won the out of town guest prize a beautiful pin The Tuesday Bridge met with Mrs Leo Kiouse at her magnificent suburban home when on entering the door one was greeted with hearts and valentines strung from all available parts of the library and dining room It being St Valentine Day The affair was a lovely one...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 2 March 1911

TV T vs fY v vS HOW TOTS REGARD DOCTOR Reason for Sudden Affection Was Not at All Complimentary to Physician A Chicago physician gleefully tclla n child story at his own expense The flvo children of bome fnlthlul patients had measles and during their rather long stay In the lmpiovlseo home hoj pltal they never Tailed to greet his dally visit with pleased acclamations Ine good doctor felt duly littered but rashly pressed the children In the days of convalescence for the reason of this sudden affection At la3t tho youngest and most Indiscreet let slip tho bitter truth We felt so sick that we wanted awfully to do something naughty but wo were afraid to be bad lor fear you nnd t9 nurse would give us more hor- rid medicine So we were awfully glad to see you always cause you Jmado us stick out our tongues Wo stuck em out awful far h Another laughable doctor storv deals with little Edna who pla > cd mother vdth such lealstic enthusiasm that her immediate maternal ances- tor one day foun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 9 March 1911

m y Third Year ii piT r W r y eZD < JXJ P OIZZf5lt IOI jr = Q JfoT Toi c fOT 5ll < JOT > 1 < ZZZZ10I > gCZ3 Address of Louis Marshall on Russia and the American Passport Before the Council of American Hebrew Congregations in New York Thurs- day January 19 1911 The character of a nation is the re Ilex of the character of its citizens If thfy are virtuous virile and selfre specting the nation will of necessity possess the same qualities If they have no pride in the honor and dignity of their citizenship it inevitahly fol- lows that the national sense of honor is lacking or falls below the ideal stan- dard which should prevail Whenever the citizens of a country as a mass fail to thrill in response to great achieve- ments or to resent a national insult it must be due either to lack of infor- mation or to a want of that spirit by which great commonwealths have been created and preserved Home became a world power when with conscious pride its sons gloried in the declara- ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 9 March 1911

iffKj Russian Government has thus broken its compact flouted its obliga tiona and ignored a series ot continu- ed protests voiced by every President of the United States since the adminis- tration of President Hayes In the meantime the United States has sacredly observed the obligation of this treaty Its highest court has at the instance of the Russian Govern- ment onfoiced it most drastically and under conditions when by strict con- struction Russia might well have been denied that which it demanded as of right under the terms of this very treaty whose obligations it has thus deliberately disregarded It will be instructive by way of contrast to con- sider the facts and the decision in Tucker vs Alexandroff 1S3 U S 424 Alexandioff was a conscript in the Russian naval service lie was as- signed to the duties of an assistant physician In 1800 he was detailed with fiftythree others to Philadelphia to take possession of and man the cruiser Variag then under construc- tion by Cramp and S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 9 March 1911

sinilo Russia answers Not ytil A imtlou Is but tin individual written largo Imagine the patience or a cre- ditor who for thirty years wails upon his debtor and pleads with him at his homo for the payment ot his debt The average man would be tempted under such circumstances long before he lapse of thhty years to take such pro- ceedings as would reverse the process and lead his debtor not only to ask or leniency but to make ample amends Does this mean that wo should go to war with Russia Certainly not Wai- ls abhorrent to us It is brutal inhu- man cruel Its horrors fall upon the innocent Its effects are felt by the entire universe The mission ot Amer- ica as well as of Isreal is peace But there is a simpler an easier and an equally effective method of dealing with a nation that insults another the same method to which a selfrespecting civilized man resorts when he is in- sulted He does not shoot He does not commit an assault He merely ceases to have further relations with the individu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 9 March 1911

Published Weekly by HERALD PRINTNG COMPANY Goldberg Ruppln Proprietors PHONE PRESTON 2410 1018 Franklin Ave Subscription 150 per year Foreign 200 per year All communications for publication muBt 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 yIowb expressed by the writers JEWISH CALENDAR 5671 A M 1911 Rosh Chodesh ShebatMonday Jan 30 Rosh Chodesh Adar Wed Mar 1 furim Feast of Esther Tues Mar 14 Rosh Chodesh Nissan Thurs Mar 30 Pessach Passover Thursday Apr 13 Pessach 7th Day ofWed Apr 19 Rosh Chodesh Iyar Saturday Apr 29 Rosh Chodesh Sivan Sunday May 28 Shabuoth Feast of Weeks Friday June 2 Rosh Chodesh TammuzTues Jun 27 Rosh Chodesh Ab Wednesday July 26 Feast of Ab Thursday Aug 3 Rosh Chodesh Ellul Friday Aug 25 New Years ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 9 March 1911

fDRYOVR ENTIRE APPROVAL FROM THE f HOUSE of CJUALITY G cannot impress upon you too emphatically tho good quality of Maxwell House Blond Coffoo Tho beans arc tho best wo can buy roasted uniformly blonded by cof f3 men our cleaning processes remove every foreign substanco ground not mshcd it is Indeod tho coffee of quality and olds digestion Packed in air tight tins only Whole around or pulverized CIIEEKNEAL COFFEE CO Houston Tex Nashville Tenn S THE WOMENS STORE CONGRESS AND TRAVIS MENS AND BOYS STORE CONGRESS AND MAIN ST MistrotMunn Co aHWha Wc Guarantee to Fit Your Eye EGANHOUSE OPTICAL CO Manufacturing Opticians 1005 CAPITOL AVENUE Phone Preston 564 Robischung Bros Plumbers and Steam Fitters 1600 Coflgress Ave HOUSTON TEXAS Houston Candy Kitchen CHAS PAVLOV1CH Prop Fine French Candies PHONE PRESTON 4421 713 Main St Houston Texas THE JEWISH HERALD Mr A Pogell returned homo from Now Orleans where he enjoyed Mardi Gias among friends Miss Bessie Patterson of Now York City will move to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 9 March 1911

the host and hostess received bildnl effects of white and green wore ob- tained with lillies roses and fern Tho mantel had a bunking ot lillies and vines and on the tables and cabinets were bowls of white roses Pink loses and white carnations were in evidence in the dining loom Where the center table was especially pretty with its floral adornment and appointments Salads and ices woie served and oasts given and during the evening Sehiams orchestra rendered a program of de- lightful music Among the outoftown guests were Mr and Mis L II Fiead of San Antonio Mis C Bowsky oL ftew Orleans Mrs Greenwood oL Mis- sissippi NEW FREE LOAN SOCIETY The Jews of Houston established a- new organization it Adath Ycshurun liall last Sundav when a Hebrew Free Loan Society was organized with a membership ol 7G The enthusiasm shown in the oiganization of this so- ciety spells success fiom the stait II is an or aniat on he merits of which have nevei bem disputed and it pio pcrly suppoited and maingcd wil...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 9 March 1911

study and was very well delivered Mr Max Schnitzer being unable to bo present his subject was touched upon byMiss Schnitzer in a most interest- ing manner MIbs Schnitzer was fol- lowed by Miss Ola doldberg whose BUbject The Daughters of Mendel Bohn was carefully prepared and highly appreciated Miss Sadie Frey er next delighted the audience with a vocal solo delivered in her most charming manner and she generously responded to repeated calls ior an en rorc She was accompanied by Mrs Sensheimor To the disappointment of all Mrs I G Gerson was unable to be present so her paper on Nathan the Wise was not on the program While the attendance was not very hrge what it lacked in numbers it made up in enthusiasm and it is hoped for a larger crowd at the next meet- ing Fresh Butter AND EGGS POULTRY AND GAME Phones Won Cit Market J 920 and 4121 it NEW ES Matinee Daily 230 Nights 830 Ladies Souvenir Matinee Wedneday Children s Special Matinee Saturday Phone Preeton 4966 for Seats Same Popular Pr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 9 March 1911

BEAUMONT Mrs R Kline is home after several weeks visit to the East Tlie Har- monic Club was at home Thursday evening to their members and friends with a bridge party whichwas the second of a oeiies of affairsto be given by the club The ladies favor fell to Mrs J S Gordon and the gentlemens favor to Mr L Schwartz A salad course was served in conclusion A Mr Walter Holland of Marshall is spending a few clays with his sister Mrs II Burkenroad Miss Malina Rosenthal will entertain the Friday Card Club this week Mrs Henry Roose was the charming hostess to the Friday Card Club last week at which the prizes fell to Miss Janet Hecht Mrs Sidney Mayer and the guests favor to Mrs H Cohen of Indianapo- lis After the game a fourcourse lun- cheon was served Mr Dan Folan left Sunday for New Orleans where he will spend several days on business i The Wednesday Alternoon Sew- ing Club met with Miss Janet Hecht last week and the usual hour devoted to the needle Miss Carrie Schwartz win have the club wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 16 March 1911

Third Year I Discussed In the Boston Globe By Rabbi M M Eichler Temple Ohabel Sholom Rabbi Charles Fleischer Temple Israel Mr David A Ellis Chairman Boston School Committee Mr Charles B Streck er Publisher and Editor Boston Financial News Mr Jacob De Haas Edijor Jewish Advocate WILL TEACH JUSTICE Rabbi M M Eichler What will be the influence of the t Jew upon America religiously ethical- ly socially The answer Is to be found in the philosophy of Jewish his- tory The whole of Jewish history may be comprised In the brief phrase Martyrdom for freedom or con- science That a mans religion is the holy or holies into which no eye except that of God dare penetrate is the great les- son that Jewish suffering throughout the ages teaches No nation or race or ethnic or religious gioup has paid so dearly as has the Jew for the sa- cred right to differ in religious faith The world hated despised anu op- pressed the Jew mainly for this iea son he wquld not yield to numbers The mission of Israel has...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 16 March 1911

M ism alone his historic function can the Jew hope to influence America Indeed heroin through those Old Tes- tament Christiana he Puritans he has already vitally affooted American life and ideals But that contribution has alrendy been made What of the piesent and the future 11 the lew loses his right to continued soparateness he may still be a splendid American of the average sort or a fine human being but his social martyrdom once so sublime becomes sordid and his drama only a comic tragedy If the Jew wants to become as dis- tinctly serviceable to American life as he can be there must be no fur- ther indulgence in a petty pride in Jewish orthodoxy but be must give it heroic treatment like that which Paul gave to Judaism 1800 years ago and which enabled Christianity to sart upon its career of spiritual world conquest That would mean a modernizing and adapting of Judaism which would place it beyond even Clnistian liberal- ism for influencing the life of today with the eternal spirit ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 16 March 1911

DIt EMIL HIRSOII ON UACI2 HA- TRED < fj f j At a luncheon given on Saturday Inst tho Republican Club discussed race prejudice Dr Emll G Ilirsch of Chi- cago speaking for the Jews Prof M Honda for the Japanese and Prof W 12 B DuBols for the negroes Dr ilirsch declared Hint he believed thnt it was the devil who had Invented race hatred Fiom every angle he said it out i ages the conscience of men Morality Is founded on the recognition of the worth and responsibility of the individ- ual There may be certain advantages in heredity but they merely call us to the higher responsibility When wo yield to race projudlce we are judging not according to tho Indi- vidual but according to the mass Moie over what we ascribe to the mass is not gathered from the study of the mass but has traveled down to us through the years after repeated refu- tations The more we know of the mass the less does the picture of its characteristics seem like the reality They find he said talking about those against ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 16 March 1911

YqHV IWV VmJF THE JEWISH HERALD tl0 DSC0Htent is in the ltm0Slhere rl THE JEWISH HERALD Jst exactly sixteen years Children yet In phmforcs vie with ago the noblohearted foundeis have each other in trying to be smart not been able to present Immunity withan to appear green out of date old Institution in its hol > work second to fashioned Honest poverty is deem none The babies aie taken at birth cd a crime and must be covered up at and nurtured lovingly during their the expense of health and moials Par formative period entB foolishly encourage their children ALaioBTlNORBDIBLB In these reprehensible practices and Isnac hag ggued ft q Uij Published Weokly by HERALD PRINTNG COMPANY Goldberg Ruppin Proprietors PHONE PRESTON 2410 1018 Franklin Ave 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 postoffice at houston Texas under the Act of Mar...

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