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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 20 July 1911

rTJK v 77E WOAEMS STOftE CONGRESS AND TRAVIS MENS AND BOYS STORE CONGRESS AND MAIN ST MistrotMunn Co tmvmmtmimmm BROTHERS THE GOOD Clothes and Hat Shop FOR MEN 308 Main Street We Guarantee to Fit Your Eye EGANHOUSE OPTICAL CO Manufacturing Opticiant 1005 CAPITOL AVENUE HHHHHHHHHHHRU son MANUFACTURING OPTICIAN All Lenses Ground in Our Own Facrory Doscher Jewelry Co 61 7 Main Street Suits to Measure I Plumbers and Steam Fitters 1600 Congress Ave HOUSTON TEXAS No Less United Woolen Milk SIOFuutk Phone Preston 564 Cook With Gas Cheap Cool Clean m wim < v > tvmFivf7 MiijUHfUltUl Wmnwm i ivmnnw > nw1yj HftTOl IJIi > TfWHWyiWWJIW THE JEWISH HERALD MesBrs Abo Harris Louis Harris and Maurice Goldman left Friday for Notice All items for publication in New Orleans sailing on the Antilles these columns should reach this of- fice not later than 9 a m Wednesdays for Now York m LOCAL NEWS M Miss Blanche Block of Galveston is the guest of Miss Hortense Blum Mr and Mrs Ike Harris and dau...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 20 July 1911

6 THEO D MEYER PROPRIETOR Tlie Music Man Baldwin Pianos Price Teeple Pianos Ellington Pianos Hamilton Pianos Rembrandt Pianos Howard Pianos Player Pianos Hamilton and Monarch Organs If you would avoid disappoint- ment shame and disgust and save your money and time and know the real quality of your piano buy it from a house whose business meth- ods are upright and honora- ble where deception is im- possible Phone Preston 1037 Showroom 801 Fannin Street Houston Texas We Tune Move Rent Pianos BORNs Tailoring Establishment Prompt Attention Given to Clean- ing and Pressing All Work Called Eor and Delivered A Trial Will Convince You 616 Fannin S Phone Preiton 3731 F Fresh Butter AND EGGS POULTRY AND GAME Phones Preston 920 and 4121 City Market The New Hotel Bristol FIREPROOF Modern in All Its Appointments European Calt in Connection Capitol and Travis Agents Wanted To Sell the Folding Cozy Cor- ner Wardrobe 6 to 10 per day to the person who works Peerless Mfg Co 3JO Chenevert St BICYCLE R...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 20 July 1911

A CATHOLIC VIEW OF MISSIONS HW Continued From Pane 1 > jj of quoting By their fruits ye shall know thorn we would imagine that at the head or that distinguished Board of men who would be more In their element as trust magnates than as ministers of the gospel The Mis- sion Board is as far as suchinslTtu tions go comparatively wealthy and there is no doubt but that he gentle- men who direct its i faUoaB btinr with a desire to show some results for their salaries The next step in this commercial routine is that they be- come quite unconcerned as to how these results are gotten so long as they have something to show for the immense expenditure they make an- nually Te fact of the matter is that the rank and file of the adherents of Presbyterianism can make no head- way in these days amongst the admit- tedly sophisticated element of our population But the Mission Board do not want their people to know this for it would never do They were re- pulsed in their attack upon the Ru thenians ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 20 July 1911

8 MENS AND BOYS OUTFITTERS i RUSSIA COMPELLED TO RECEIVE JEWISH OFFICERS OF U S NAVY The sensation of the past week was the discovery that amongst the sailors of the United States squad- ron anchored off Cronstadt there ere some scores of Jews who in uded a few emigrants from Russia Russia Jews are not allowed to ve in the Navy The American oet had on board however even a w Jewish officers The ships were inspected by the highest naval au- thorities of the Empire and thej could express nothing but admiration for the excellent order cleanliness and re- markable fitness of all concerned The antiSemites are at a loss to find an explanation of the phenomenon that Jewish officers keep their menofwar in a higher state or efficiency than Russians The Jewish sailors visited during the week several places of in- terest including the Great Synagogue conversing with their coreligionists in Yiddish They left everywhere an im- pression of their tact and behavior It is hoped that the incident will...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 27 July 1911

o c IsE HOE t HOE Third Year DC DC HOE HOE d Ol CZZZ30I > CZZIOEZ3l i nr DC HOE DC HOUSTON TEXAS JULY 27 1911 HOE DC 30E S vfeg > a i VS O C HOE 3ol No 45 Dr Hermann Adler chief rabbi of the British Empire the spiritual head t of all of the Jews of Great Britain except the Sephardic died July 18 Dr Adler was in good health up to i the time of the death of his only son I e began to fail after tliis misfortune had overtaken him he never recover- ed from the blow Dr Adler had hoped that his son would succeed him as chief rabbi of Great Britain as he had succeeded his father making the third in line direct succession Dr Adler came from a long line of flbbis His TBther was chief rabbi of the British Empire before him and a relative occupied the same post as far back as 1792 Chief Rabbi Adler was born in Hano- ver at one time under British protec- tion but the Adler family originally came from FrankfortontheMain The family name was derived from the sign board bearing the picture of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 27 July 1911

2 fciasUb a Jkjdfe THE JEWISH HERALD AUSTIN Miss BerLha Alexander of Waco who bus been Mrs Sol Daviss guest for a short time is now in Corpus Christi Miss Ethel Netter is vis- iting Miss Minna Seolig With Miss Seeling for a short visit also was Miss Minna Rypinski of Kyle who has now retin ned to her home Very novel and entertaining was the railroad par y given by Miss Minna Seelig the past week The honorees were Mis- ses Netter Rypinski and Leah Koen 1 the latter leaves shortly lor a visit east and Mr Edmond Kiohn who leaves shortly to take a new position in Taylor The contest prize was won by Miss Jeannette Littman Mis Sol Davis entertained in honor of her sister Miss Bertha Alexander in a most pleasing manner Progressive peanuts proved exciting and entertain- ing The prize falling to Miss Minna Seelig In the advertisement contest Miss Leah Koen and Mr Sam Daiches were the successful winners Those present were Misses Leah and Delia Koen Minna Seelig Minna Rypinski Ethel Netter Lil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 27 July 1911

day night for a Bhort vIbR to his homo in Dos Molnos Iowa and aftor spend- ing a few dayB in St Louis will re tura to Texas whoro ho will embark in a business enterprise WACO Ono of the prettiest of homo wed- dings was celebrated at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs J S Cohen 324 North Seventh street Wednesday afternoon at 230 Sur- rounded by admiring friends and rela- tives of the bride and groom Mr Gus tav Sachs and MIbs Bessylo Cohen were united In marriage Rabbi M Faber of Tyler performing the cere- mony As a prelude to the wedding march Miss Sadie Frledlander In her own beautiful way sang Because after which the wedding march was played by the orchestra The rabbi led the way followed by the groom accompanied by his best man Mr Abe Cohen Then came the ringbearer Master Soller Cohen in spotless white Next came the brides younger sister Robg accompanied by her mother Closely following came the maid of honor Sarah Adelle Cohen carrying a bouquet of pink rosebuds Little Miss...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 27 July 1911

Published Weekly 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 muat reach this office not later than 900 a m Wednesday Entered as second clasB 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 i JEWISH CALENDAR 5671 A M 1911 Rosh Chodesh TammuzTues Jun 27 Rosh Chodesh AfcWednesday July 26 Feast of Ab Thursday Aug 3 Rosh Chodesh Ellul Friday Aug 25 New Years Eve 5672 Friday Sept 22 The day begins at sunset of the day preceding the corresponding common date There has recently come off the press a small edition of poems by Hon- orable H N Atkinson of the local bar in which a tribute is paid to our peo- ple Judge Atkinson only recently urged before ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 27 July 1911

maammammmm THE GOOD Clothes and HatShop FOR MEN 308 Main Street THE WOMENS STORE CONGRESS AND TRAVIS MENS AND BOYS STORE CONGRESS AND MAIN ST MistrotMunn Co We Guarantee to Fit Your Eye EGANHOUSE OPTICAt CO Manufacturing Optician 1005 CAPITOL AVENUE MMMHHi MANUFACTURING OPTICIAN All Lenses Ground in Our Own Facrory Doscher Jewelry Co 61 7 Main Street Suits to Measure United Woolen Milk 110 Fonma Phone Preston 564 Robischung Bros Plumbers and Steam Fitters 1600 Congress Ave HOUSTON TEXAS Cook With Gas Cheap Cool Clean THE JEWISH HERALD her husband at Galveston for a stay of three weeks at the Galvez LOCAL NEWS JM i iT HI i II i lllii On Notice All Items for publication In these columns should reach this of flee not later than 9 a m Wednesdays Mr Abe Zlndler left Monday for the East Mr Louis Landa of Dallas is ex- pected home on a visit Miss Elsie Tiras spent a very pleas- ant Sunday in Galveston last week Mrs F Levinson and daughter have gone to Marquez and Brenham to visit relatives...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 27 July 1911

THEO D MEYER PROPRIETOR The Music Man must start your child right Don t think any piano will do The pupil is influenced al- most as much by the instrument as by the teacher give our PIANOS an examina- tion and you will find the in- strument you have been looking for MONTHLY PAYMENTS can be arranged and OLD PIANOS will be taken in exchange Phone Preston 1037 Showroom 801 Fannin Street Houston Texas We Tune Move Rent Pianos Century Edition 10c Music BORNs Tailoring Establishment Prompt Attention Given to Clean- ing and Pressing AU Work ailed Eor and Delivered A Trial Will Convince You 616 Fannin S Phone Proton 3731 Fresh Butter AND EGGS POULTRY AND GAME Phones Preston 920 and 4121 City Market The New Hotel Bristol FIREPROOF Modern in All Its Appointments European Cat in Connection Capitoland Travis lg l fr li < n < Mn t nfr frl 3 tn3nfrtttl Agents Wanted To Sell the Folding Cozy Cor- ner Wardrobe 6 to 10 per day to the person who works Peerless Mfg Co 310 Chenevert St LCYCL Repa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 27 July 1911

THE JEWISH HERALD after August 10 with Mr and Mrs childreil Miss Simon expressed the Abo Harris Hadloy and Hamilton omollon of hor heftrt by 8nBlng ex StrCGts u ouisltoly I love You A bountiful For Rent A nicely furnished up supper was then served In the dining Btairs front room Boithern exposure hall Tho remainder of the evening handy to street car lino Apply 1703 tliuidng Wns snont ftndgddfar InX > tercourse mIbs Ida Simon was the Jefferson For Rent Unfurnished room 200C Bell avenue Private family Wanted by Adath Israel Congrega- tion of Houston a chazan for the com- ing Rosh Hoshanah and Yom Klppur services one who conforms to the Btrict orthodox ritual and can come well recommended and possesses the necessary qualifications AddreBs M Ditch 2722 Odin avenuo LEST YOU FORGET we remind you that our new phone number is Pres- ton 2410 TYLER Continued From Page 3 visiting Mrs B Williams inHender son Mr and Mrs Mike Meyer left for Dallas where they Will make their home Mrs D Hertzfie...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 27 July 1911

s SHOTWELL MENS AND BOYS OUTFITTERS veston for a weeks stay Mrs Joe Solinsky is expecting a visit from Miss Hlldegarde Fisher ot Houston this week Mr Louis Mayer left Satur- day for New York to purchise his Fall stock Mr and Mrs J J Nathan and daughter Annie r and Mrs A Levy of Jackson Miss and Mrs Cip ora Brown and little daughter are home after two weeks at Caplen by thesea Mrs Marcus Meyer of Lake Charles spent Sunday with friends in the city ORANGE Mr Joe Aaronson was a Sunday vis- itor to Beaumont Rabbi H Rose wasser of Baton Rouge La spent sev- eral days pleasantly among us en route for a summer vacation North Mr Clatence Scharff of Springfield Mo is a visitor in our city in the inter- est ot business T Misses Bessie and Elizabeth Weimer of Beaumont are spending the week in our city the euests ot Misses Hortense and Flor- ence Miler Mrs Julius Miller ac- companied by her daughter Miss Hor tense spent Tuesday afternoon in Beaumont Mr 1 abalosky of Dallas Texas was a business vi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 3 August 1911

Third Year HOUSTONTEXAS AUGUST 3 1911 No 46 Leo S Herzog a former rear commo- dore and at present a governor of the National Yacht Club of New York de- clared In the daily press last week that ie had been ejected from the grounds of the Larchmont Yacht Club because he is a Jew He Is a prominent yachtsman and owns the racing yacht Gardenia which has participated in many contests Mr Herzog whose home is at No 138 West Eightyeight street says he recehed a courtesy card from a mem- ber of the Larchmont Club two weeks ago and on Tuesday night attended an affair given there He was notified that T W Devereaux the superinten- dent wanted to talk to him and Mr Devereaux he said told him he was an objectionable person and had to have to leave the grounds Officials of the Larchmont Club de- clare that the ejection of Mr Herzog must have been a mistake They say there is no prejudice against Jews in their organization that there are sev- eral yachtsmen of that religion mem- bers in good standing...

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

BRENBJAM Mr and Mrs G N Hyraan and daug tor Miss Belle returned Monday fiom Marlin where they have been sojourn- ing at the Arlington for the past three weeks Mr Joe Samson out of New York was a visitor to the city the past week Mr Dave S Alper of Houston has been spending the past Week in our city Mr Alper joined in the house party hospitality of the Misses Hyman Mr Julius Schwartz of Dallas was a business visitor last week Mesdames I Prensky and Henry Kahn of Houston Misses Le- nora Bienman of Joplin Mo Ruth Eddleson and Rose Sherman of Chicago 111 are here attending the house par- ty being given by the Misses Hyman A very delightful summer affair given recently was the six oclock din- ner given by the young men compli- mentary to the house party guests at the Anthony Hotel Many outoftown guests participated in this pleasure Miss Jacquetine Henrison ot William- son W Va is visiting Miss Adelaide Quebe Mr Alfred Lacheman of New Orleans spent Thursday and Fri- day in the city Mrs H ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 3 August 1911

courso luncheon was nerved to the fol- lowing Misses Minnio Cohen Lillian Lewis Paulino Heinz Gladys and Erma Carb Roba Gilbert Gertie and Dora Sturman GreenBtein Ruby and Blanche Friedman Bessie Brown So- phie KaBsel Martha and Dora Kassol Sadio Schiff of Gainesville Ray Klein tamos S E Roddy Morris Klein and N M Simon Mrs Nettie Stle fcl chaperoned a merry crowd of young people out to Village Creek Sun- day After a pleasant day the crowd caught tho 6 oclock car from DallaB GALVESTON Misses Annie Zuber and Leo Cohen of Houston and Sarah Sellinger of San Antonio will bo the carnival guests of Miss Lizzie Dorfman Mrs Messen- ger and daughter Sophie of Houston were Sunday visitors Mrs Ben Levine and sister Miss Oshman left for their home in Richmond after a delightful visit of two weeks in our city Mr and Mrs I Hauser and daughter Esther have returned from a six weeks trip to New York Mrs B Fried spent Sunday with friends en route to her home in New Orleans La Miss Tessie Lippman is t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 3 August 1911

Published Weekly by HERALD PRINTNG COMPANY Goldberg Ruppin Proprietors PHONE PRESTON 2410 1018 Franklin Ave Subscription 150 per year Foreign 200 per year i All communications for publication must reach this office not later than i 900 a m Wednesday Entered aa second class matter No Ivomber 20 1908 at the postofflce at 1 Houston Texas under the Act of i March 3 1879 Tho Jewish Herald invites corre epondence on subjects of interest to the Jewish people but disclaims re- sponsibility for or indorsement of the viows expressed by the writers JEWISH CALENDAR 5671 A M 1911 Rosh Jhodesh TammuzTues Jun 27 Rosh Chodesh AlaWednesday July 26 Feast of Ab Thursday Aug 3 Rosh Chodesh Ellul Friday Aug 25 New Years Eve 5672 Friday Sept 22 The day begins at sunset of the day preceding the corresponding common > date The Jewish population of Houston is large and a great factor in the up < building of the city interested in ev- ery movement looking to its continued progress active in all civic d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 3 August 1911

THE GOOD Clothes and Hat Shop FOR MEN 308 Main Street THE WOMENS STORE CONGRESS AND TRAVIS MENS AND BOYS STORE CONGRESS AND MAIN ST MistrotMunn Co MANUFACTURING OPTICIAN iAH Lenses Ground in Our Own Facrory Doscher Jewelry Co 61 7 Main Street < Suits to Measure United Woolen Milk 310 Feuk Phone Preston 564 lobischung Bros Plumbers and Steam Fitters 1600 Congress Ave HOUSTON TEXAS Cook With Gas Cheap Cool Clean THE JEWISH HERALD LOCAL NEWS Notice All items for publication in those columns should reach this of- fice not later than 9 a rn Wednesdays MrB A Becker is visiting relatives in San Antonio Mr Joe Tlras has gone to Mineral Wells and Mnrlln for a few weeks Gustavo Gerson is home from the A M College for the summer Mrs Abe Karp and children arc in San Antonio Misses Elsie Tiras and Rose Ep stein are spending carnival in Galves- ton Mr and Mrs Dave Cohen are spend- ing a month in Galveston Miss Rae Krantz of Batson is the guest of Misses Mary and Amelia Levy H Grossman has gone...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 3 August 1911

MUSIC HOUSE THEO D MEYER PROPRIETOR The Music Man YOU must start your child right Don t think any piano will do The pupil is influenced al- most as much by the instrument as by the teacher Before You Buy give our PIANOS an examina- tion and you will find the in- strument you have been looking for MONTHLY PAYMENTS can be arranged and OLD PIANOS will be taken in exchange Phone Preston 1037 Showroom 801 Fannin Street Houston Texas We Tune Move Rent Pianos Century Edition 10c Music BORNs Tailoring Establishment Prompt Attention Given to Clean- ing and Pressing All Work Oiled Eor nd Deified A Trial Will Convinca You 616 Fannin S Phone Proton 3731 E = J u 31 ifi THE JEWISH banjn entertained the visiting girls with an auto ride Those in the party were Misses Rao and Fannie Lovine of Wharton Mildred and Camille Berg son of Marshall Lillian Porlsteln of Beaumont Lena Becker and Bettie Le- vine Lena Applebaum The wholesale establishment of the Houston Dry Goods Notion Com- pany has been acqui...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 3 August 1911

of salads and ices vas enjoyed at thq conclusion The score was kept by Misses Lena Applebaum and Lena Mendelssohn For her excellent sue cess us a high five player Miss Bettie Levin was awarded a cut glass salad dish and for consolation Miss Kate Landa a deck of caWls Thq llonorees i neceived us a special souvenir beau- tiful cloissoune bar pins Ih attend- ance besides those mentioned were Misses Mamie Levin Libbic Sol man Jeanette Feigelson Gertie Applebaum Goldie Levin Sadie Nathan Lena Stark Gertie Lancia Annie Nathan Dora Stark Ray Nathan Gertie Mey ers of Tyler Hannah Friedman of Waco Sara Selllnger of San Antonio Misses Bergson of Marshall Misses Mamie and Bettie Levin en- tertained five tables of high five play- ers Tuesday afternoon complimenting their guest Miss Lillian Perlstqin pf Beaumont and Miss Hannah Friedman ofi Waco the guest of Miss Bertha Westheimer The honorees received hapdembroidered handkerchiefs the successful playei s being Mrs I W Goodman of San Antonio and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 3 August 1911

MENS AND BOYS OUTFITTERS THE EVENING POST ON SHY- LOCK It Is hard to be patient with the kind of sensitiveness that shows itself in instances like the present movement in certain Jewish circles for the sup pressionof The Merchant of Venice in the public schools There is all the more ground for impatience because we are inclined to believe that this is one of the popular upheavals in which there is a great deal of agitation and little real popular feeling As a mat- ter of fact for every schoolboy who will imbibe prejudice against the Jew from the Merchant of Venice we venture to say there will be a dozen who will be Influenced the other way N6ne of us not even our children takes the pound of flesh seriously whatever may have been the Elizabetn ans sentiments on the subject What very few of us escape is the magnifi- cent plea for human brotherhood in- volved in the Hath not a Jew eyes dimensions sense affections To think of this being written more than three hundred years ago is to be...

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