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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 10 August 1911

m O C hoe 30E Third Year DC DC HOE HOE m DC not 30E DC 0C HOE HOE DlczionzD c DC30EDC 30E HOE DC DC hoe HOUSTON TEXAS AUGUST 10 1911 ZOE snic 30E D IOE D oflc im ffl 4 DOC HOE ZOE O O No 47 London July 31 Nearly llfty na- tions were represented by delegates at the Worlds Congress of Races which closed in this city on Saturday The Congress originated with Dr Fe- lix Adler founder of the Ethical Cul- ture Society of Now York The object of the Congress was to discuss in the light of science and the modern conscience the general ic lations subsisting between the peoples of the West and those of the East be- tween socalled white and socalled col- ored peoples with a view to encourage L jMiveen tliem a fullernnuiersiandlng PWPoBrfriJltelly feeling and a Heal tier co operatlon The first day was devoted to Fun- damental Considerations the second to Conditions of Progress with a paper by Dr Frana Boas on The In- stability of Human Types On Sat- urday Dr Felix Adler spoke on The Fundamental P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 10 August 1911

WACO Misses Rose Garflnltlc and Ray Rich man after a very enjoyable visit with the formers sister Mrs Lee Lovinger in Sedalia Mo have returned home Mr Asher Sanger returned dur- ing the week from Chicago and brings news from Lake Arbor of the rapid recovery of Mrs Sanger from a re- cent operation Her many anxious frineds will be overjoyed to receive this Miss Lena Aaron is visit- ing Miss Gussle Oscar at Mineral Wells Mrs A Silvers reports having a grand time in California Mrs Apelbaum of Houston is the guest of her sister Mrs Max Lippard Mrs P Garfinkle Mrs P Rich man and little daughter Annie have returned home from Memphis Tenn where they had a very pleasant visit with their sister Mrs Albert Rosen stein Mrs S Hirshberg and daughters are enjoying themselves at Rockoway Beach N Y ORANGE Miss Dora Amolsky of Houston Tex is the charming guest of Miss Hor tense Miller Mr Jack Jacobson of Beaumont spent Sunday here with friends Mr Julius Miller made a flying trip to Beaumont Messrs Jo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 10 August 1911

gcr Elizabeth Coin Hadasah Sadov sky and Leah Sadovsky and the mem- bers of the Inquisitive Six are Jake Dodic Hyman Welse Henry Alterman Morris Novlch I Nevelow and Bernard Welderman Besides the members those present were Misses Minnie Sa golovich of Houston Leah Goldberg of Dallas Francis Novlch Leah Oron ovsky Messrs Joe Goot Geo Toner and Alex Aronowsky The hostess was assisted in receiving by ir and Mrs Barney Sadovsky One of the most pleasant and enjoyable evenings was spent at tbe home or Mr and Mrs A Alterman when they enter- tained complimentary to Miss Minnie Sagolovich of Houston About 75 guests called during the evening Sev- eral games and contests were played and refreshments were served through- out the evening Songs and music were contributed by some of the guests While In San Antonio Miss Sagolovich has been the honoree of several affairs and has been the house guest of her aunt Mrs Alterman during her stay in San Antonio Cheaper Still Going to havo a new suit this y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 10 August 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 thiB 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 i JEWISH CALENDAR 5671 A M 1911 Rosh Uhodesh TammuzTues Jun 27 Rosh Chodesh AUWednesday 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 And still the voice is silent from among all those who might by exercis- ing it proclaim the unification of charities and point the way for great work We cannot believe that th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 10 August 1911

THE WOMENS STORE CONGRESS AND TRAVIS MENS AND BOYS STORE CONGRESS AND MAIN ST MistrotMunn Co We Guarantee to Fit Your Eyes EGANHOUSE OPTICAL CO Manufacturing Optician 1005 CAPITOL AVENUE W W Robertson MANUFACTURING OPTICIAN All Lenses Ground in Our Own Facrory Doscher Jewelry Co 617 Main Street Suits to Measure No Less United Woolen Mills SIOFaaak Phone Preston 564 Robischung Bros Plumbers and Steam Fitters 1600 Congress Ave HOUSTON TEXAS Cook With Gas Cheap Cool Clean m THE JEWISH HERALD BROTHERS THE GOOD Clothes and Hat Shop FOR MEN 308 Main Street A scholarly and experienced minis- ter wishes a position for the approach- ing holidays Address this office Mrs R Dow and daughter Helen loft for a visit to her brother Rev A Gordon at Fort Worth Miss Sara Rudnick is expected home Sunday from a most enjoyable visit with Miss Annie Nathan at Galveston Mr and Mrs Sam Finger or Shep- herd Texas are visiting kin folks in Houston Mr Gus Levine of New Orleans La was a visitor in this city for...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 10 August 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 All Wotk Called Eor and Delivered A Trial Will Convince You 616 Fannin S Phone Preston 3731 Ul u THE JEWISH HERALD Harris and sons Masters Isadorc and Raphael after a three weeks pleasant stay here left on Sunday last for their home In Beaumont Mr D Rotman who has been sick for several weeks past has improved to such an extent as to be able to make the trip to Mineral Wells whore he will spend two weeks Mr and Mrs E Raphael have joined heir daughter Mrs U Hlrse...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 10 August 1911

A TIMELY SUGGESTION When occasion arises for a pleasant surprise or a suitable or thoughtful gift for a blrthdny or anniversary present people often find themselves In a quandary and the question arises what can wo select to be a lasting joy to the recipient A lifesize portrait in oil is often thought of but Is roiover associated with the idea of its enormous cost this however can be obviated by employing Messrs Solomon Leh- man the artists in the MooreBurnett building who produce real works of art in that line at moderate prices In their studio we had occasion to admire the most lifelike portraits or a great number of well known Ilous tonians and the following weie among those which were pronounced masterpieces by connoisseurs and art critics General Sam Houston tlifj hero of San Jacinto Alfonso Steel the last survivor of the battle of San Ja cinto who died a few days ago Ste- phen F Austin the father of Texas General Robert E Lee the late Judge W P Hamblen Rabbi Barnstein Judge Ja...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 10 August 1911

MENS AND BOYS OUTFITTERS Never Said It I hear you have been saying you would take great delight in attending my funeral I have never said anything of the kind I think I should prerer to believe the man who told me Very well believe him If you like hut T never said it I should not think of permitting myself to bo seen at your funeral More Than She Could Bear They really fear she will become Insane You see she found a diary kept before he married her Oh I see Aud the awful revela- tions Revelations No It was in cipher and she couldnt read a word of it TitHits Experienced Opinion What do you think of this univer- sal peace proposition Do you be- lieve human beings will ever give up fighting with each other Of course I dont believe It Aint I married Handy Andy And these according to the exam- ination papers in one public schoolroom Carnegie is room are what Andrew was and did Member of the presidents cabinet A British spy Went to France to get help for the United States Erst alter dinne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 17 August 1911

QllC = 30CZafc m HOE OH HOE DC zoe D CZJOEIZ C ol 1Q > > cZZZIO 1 < OI > CZ = IO > e = 30E = Dc Third Year ZIONBST CONGRESS OPENS AT BASEL J From Jewish Exponent More than 350 delegates and hun- dreds of visltorsTrom all parts of the world gathered in Basel Casino last Wednesday morning when the Tenth Zionist Congress opened its sessions there The visitors galleries were fill- ed to their utmost capacity and no cards of admission could he ohtained even though big prices were offered by those anxious to witness the proceed- ings Before the opening of the Congress at 1030 A M there was intense ex- citement among the delegates who dis- cussed the results of the preliminary conferences held during the week A reverential silence soon predominated when Dr Max Nordau declared the Congress open and introduced Hen David Wolfsohn who read the presi- dents address Herr Wolfsohn began his address by a reference to the lamented leader Dr Horzl who called the first Con- gress also ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 17 August 1911

Telephone Company U One System for Everyone BEAUMONT Mrs Joe Solinsky has gone to Hemp- stead to visit her parents Mr and Mrs A Schwartz Misses Hor tense and Florence Miller of Orange spent Tuesday in our city Mr and Mrs W N Holland left Monday lor their temporary home at Fuqua Texas v Mrs loo 13 Lederer and Mr M Fink left Wednesday for a weeks visit to Caplen Mrs Stel- la Kern and daughter Miriam and Mrs R M Mothner have returned home from two weeks at Caplen Mr and Mrs Win Gusfield who have heen spending several week in points in Alabama have returned home Mr Louis Mayer has returned from New York where he has heen on busi- ness Mrs Felice Spoiler and daughter Miss Rosabelle arrived Wed- nesday and are visiting Mrs Mattie Bliss Miss Raye Silber reached home Friday after several days at Gulveston Mr and Mrs I Rosen trauch and Misses Annie and Miriam Rosentrauch have returned from a de- lightful visit to Galveston Miss Rosa Williams is visiting in Waco Miss Lillian Perlsteln who has...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 17 August 1911

were given and much enjoyed Tho guests enjoyed themselves until n Into hour hut as Father Time wnlts for no one soon the hour of departure camo and we undo tho host and hosteBB nu rovoir with tho hone that wo might meet again to celebrate their golden wedding anniversary GALVESTON Mr and Mrs J Bonart have an- nounced tho engagement of their daughter Florence to Mr Dlume of New Orleans Miss Llbblo Solomon of Houston is the guest of Miss Esther Hauser Mr J Levino left yester- day for his home In Bonham Mr and Mrs H A Phillpsln of Beaumont were visitors to our city the past week Miss Kaplan of Shreveport is visit- ing in our city + Mrs P Oshman and daughters Miriam and Lillian of Wharton will leave for their home in a few days after a week delightfully spent in our city Mr P R Gugen helm of San Antonio is spending a few days in town Mrs U S and D Frosch who have been enjoying the cotton carnival left yesterday for their home in Houston Mr Hyman Myer is spending a fe wdays n town Mr Nat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 17 August 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 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 JEWISH CALENDAR 5672 1911 New Year Saturady Sept 23 Fast of Gedalyah Monday Sept 25 Yom Kippur Monday Oct 2 First Day Succoth Saturday Oct 7 Hoshanah Rabbah Friday Oct 13 Shmini Atsereth Saturday Oct 14 Simhath Torah Sunday Oct 15 New Moon Heshvan Monday Oct 23 New Moon KislevWednesday Nov 22 Thanksgiving Day Thursday Nov 30 Hanuccah Saturday Dec 16 New Moon Tebeth Friday Dec 22 Fast of Tebeth Sunday Dec 31 1912 New Moon Shebat Saturday Jan 20 New Moon Ada...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 17 August 1911

SAKOWITZ 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 We Guarantee lo Fit Your Eyes EGANHOUSE OPTICAL CO Manufacturing Opticiani 1005 CAPITOL AVENUE HHHHHHHHHHHH MANUFACTURING OPTICIAN All Lenses Ground in Our Own Facrory Doscher Jewelry Co 61 7 Main Stree E A HUDSON FURNITURE CO FURNITURE Best Goods for Least Money Sold on Easy Monthly or Weekly Payments Wrecker of High Prices 711 Travis PhonePres1078 Phone Preston 564 Robischung Bros Plumbers and Steam Fitters 1600 Congress Ave HOUSTON TEXAS Cook With Gas Cheap Cool Clean THE JEWISH HERALD these columns should reach this of fice not later than 9 a m Wednesdays vatc family 1S09 Capitol avenue Mr Melvln Cohen left Thursday for a two weeks trip to New York Mr O M Lipper is home from a pleasure trip East Mr Harry Wolf has returned from his Eastern trip Airs Dave Weil has as her guest her mother Airs J Dreyfus of Waco Miss Fannie Cohen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 17 August 1911

J 3 I d HOUSE THEO D MEYER PROPRIETOR The Music Mnn 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 All Woik Oiled Eor nd Delivered A Trial Will Convince You 616 Fannin S Phone Proton 3731 tfi tfi THE JEWISH a host of friends who wish for him ev- ery BUCCCSS Mr H Grossman tho popular Milam street dry goods man has returned home from a trip to the North and East where he combined business with pleasure Mrs Raye Efron and children Mi- riam Harriet and Myer and Little Miss Eva Brand left last week for Navasota and Waco where they will visit with fr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 17 August 1911

having had a lino time and hoped that the occasion will soon be repeated Those present wore Misses Fannie Goldberg Callle Stelner Brnestlno Nussbaum Laurene Deutchner Ilennlo Schlom Messrs Leo Stelner Morris Schwaiz I D Westholmer Allen Gold stone Arthur D Sohwarz The young folltB were chaperoned by Misses Ola and Maud Goldberg and Messrs Ben Phelps and J aire Gross BETROTHAL ANNOUNCEMENT Mr and Mrs Adolph Morris of 1403 Walker avenue announce the engage- ment of their daughter Sadie to Mr Dave Prank of San Antonio The wedding will take place in the early part of November At home to their friends Thursdays Mr and Mrs M Goot of San An- tonio announce the engagement of their daughter Annie to Mr Herman L Ca cell of El Paso Texas MOST SATBSFACTORY Is the information given us by quite a number of our readers regarding the efficiency of the preparations adver- tised by the Cedar Chemical Company in our columns The Cedar Waxine as- a sweeping compound has proven indis pensible to those wh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 17 August 1911

MENS AND BOYS OUTFITTERS A Fraudulent Policy I have always ho aald with a show of pride voted the straight ticket of my party as my father did before me Yet I heurd you say a moment ago that you carried life insurance I do but what has that got to do with politics When a nan gets life lnsuranco ho has to sho y that he doesnt Inherit insanity doesnt ho Setting It Straight First Councilor Have you received your Invitation to the pageant of em- pire Second Councor Yes and whats more I aint going What with Hem pire this and Hemplre that nowadays its ller pire with a big haitch Everybodys Even Then prehlstoric Man In the background hats the joke down there Can make out Jls Pal Oh the boys are kidding fonehenge again I guess Probably has cut hlmselt shaving with his ety ax Puck Certainly Not If I may occupy your attention a few moments said the caller laying a manuscript before him I should e to have you read this It is an at- tempt to write a new national hymn The head of the publishing ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 26 August 1911

m HOE HOE Third Year c HOE 3 < OE id DC 30E 30E DC DC HOE HOE D C30ED C D C30ED C hoe < > rai HOE JOE gg > II m > < mr HOUSTON TEXAS AUGUST 26 1911 s MafeiffS isJ ft DOC HOE DO M mu No 49 JUDABSIYI THE BASIS FOR UNBVERSAL RELHGBON By Prof Nathaniel Schmidt of Cor- nell University There has never been a universal ic liglon So far back as we can go in the history of the race there have al- ways existed side by side lypes of religious thought and feeling lites and institutions so divergent as to consti- tute different religions Concerning the prehistoric perio ds known only to us through the aichaelogical remains and not through written records we cannot speak with full assurance But the fact that at the beginning of docu- mented history in the Mediterranean basin in India and China we And dif- ferent religions as woll as linguistic ethnic and lacial distinctions unmis- takably point to a long development during which essentially the same con- ditions prevailed The ea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 26 August 1911

v Telephone Company One System for Everyone it nonbelievers in its dogmas Islam similarly recognized the unity of the created world and the unity of the divine being which it did not divide into a triad but its transcendentalism was more marked it maintained the unity of the race and a practical de- mocracy but as a rule ascribed final authority to the prophet and contem- plated with equanimity the eternal per- dition of all unbelievers it insisted upon mortality but made profession of faith and prayer essential to salvation it affirmed the value of life but not without considering the rewards await- ing the faithful in paradise During the long periods of its his- tory Judaism has also suffered from limitations rendering it unfit to be the religion of mankind This applies not only to the lime when it was the re- ligion of an independent state or of a people still settled on its ancestral soil but also to the time when it has been the uniting bond of a people scattered among the nati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 26 August 1911

jMWipiV V y < p T Llnno and Llbblo Simon of Fort Worth It was especially cool and pleasant at Deep Eddy and the bright clear moon- light added to the pleasures to those attending who were in addition to tho guests of honor Misses eJanette and Moselle Littman Clara Llttman Nellie Haber Birdie Davis Esther Melaskey Minna Seelig Lillian Krohn Sadia Goodstein Jennie Klein Miss Heiman Messrs Sam Deiches Ernest Neumann Jack Landau Leo Schlochaur Lowen stein Lautersteln Burstyn Melasky Schlcsinger of San Antonio Mr and Mrs Goodstein Mr and Mrs Schlcs inger of San Antonio + Miss Amelia Levise s Miss Krohns attractive guest Miss Thelma Schustermann is at homo after a pleasant visit to Pales- tine Mrs Sam Kaiser and little daughter are visiting Mrs E Krohn Mr and Mrs D Goodstein have with them their parents Mr and Mrs Goodstein of Dallas Miss Jennie Bassists of Elgin Is spending a few days with her sousin Miss Jennie Klein i The Misses Littman are en- tertaining Misses Irma Carb of Fort Wo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 26 August 1911

4 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- vember 20 1908 at the postofflce at Houston Texas under the Act of March 3 1873 The Jewish Herald invites corre epondence on subjects of interest to the Jewish people but disclaims re- sponsibility for or indorsement of the views expressed by the writers JEWISH CALENDAR 5G72 1911 New Year Saturndy Sept 23 Fast of Gedalyah Monday Sept 25 Yom Kippur Monday Oct 2 First Day Succoth Saturday Oct 7 Hoshanah Rabbah Friday Oct 13 Shmini Atsereth Saturday Oct 14 Simhath Torah Sunday Oct 15 New Moon Heshvan Monday Oct 23 New Moon KislevWednesday Nov 22 Thanksgiving Day Thursday Nov 30 Hanuccah Saturday Dec 16 New Moon Tebeth Friday Dec 22 Fast of Tebeth Sunday Dec 31 1912 New Moon Shebat Saturday Jan 20 New Moon Ad...

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