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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 5 March 1909

THE JEWISH HERALD Published Weekly by the HERALD PRINTING COMPANY E GOLDBERG Prop C1G Fannin Street Phone 5383 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 19t > 8 at the postoffice at Houston Texas under the Act of March 3 1879 The Jewish people of Houston are unquestionably a most charatably in- clined people and that the demand on them comes frequently can not be questioned But a caution should be taken There are many imposters these days and every applicant that presents himself should be investi- gated before we take him in hand and give our sweet charity to habitual schnorers It comes to us from a reliable source how the community was worked a week or so ago and that with the knowledge of people who should have exercised their energies to pi event it To take precaution when it is too late is useless Our people should refuse aid to any ap- plicant except it be...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 5 March 1909

H mmm iiBSImiiiiimUMUmm Furniture Built to Btand WADDELLS Furniture and Floor Cool Clean Comfortable Houstons New Theatre Admission 5c 607 MAIN STREET Dressed Poultry Fresh Eggs Fancy Table Butter EXCEUO CITY MARKET FREE DELIVERY I beg to announce to mv friends and the public that I bavo gone in the fire insurance business on my own account undor the lira name of S Q Rap- hael O As son of the late M Rap- hael who for the past twenty years was closely identified with the fire in- surance business in Houston I earn- estly solicit your patronage S G RAPHEAL GO Room 304 Houston Land and Trust Building Phone 3710 The fastest growing Department Store in the State of Texas Originators and Leaders First in Everything Williams Lone Star Moving Storage and Transfer C C WILLIAMS Proprietor Office 620 Travis St Phones Old and Now 538 Old Phone 0910 r fitiftka Laundry We rtlend yolii4 clothes Old phone 60S LOCAL ITEMS Mies Lizzie Dorfman of Galveston is visiting Mrs U S Frosch Mr itobt Werner of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 5 March 1909

CHEEK NEAL Maxwell House Blend COFFE E 1 AND 3 POUND SEALED CANSAT ALL GEOOERS Ship Channel Fish Oyster Company Phone 2912 Shell Oysters a Specialty San Jacinto Street Between Franklin and Commerce Use Electricity For LIGHT HEAT KID Houston Light 8 Power Co 620 Main St Houston Tex Mrs JOSEPHINE HAYMOND MldWlntcr Course in Artistic Piano Plying and Voice Culture now open Houston Conservatory of Music T3or Main G McKinncy Phone 1828 Ma querade and Theatrical MRS L T 03LER 3 Manager 615 Travis Street Houston Texas The Latest in Every i Thing Optical 5 05 MAIN STREET GOOD Draughon gives contracts backed bv chain of 81 Oolle es S300000 00 capital and 20 yeaia success to secuie positions under reusonablc conditions or refund tuition nnmJPPPIMft Draughons coinpetitois by DUUMULNI1U notaecep Inghis proposition concede1 bat he teaches more booklcee ing in THltfciS monttts than they do in SIX Draugbon can convince YOU QUORTH AMR 75 por cent or the United States OnuninHliu ouro Keporters write...

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

I wealth of dusty diamonds Hor Iron marble granite is a source of im- mense revenue Sho is bound by bands of steel and steamship lines to all the markets of the earth Sho lias harnessed her waterfalls and the whir of wheels and spindles is hearl in tho factories which have been brought to the cotton fields Electri- city encircles her head like a coronet of light and Is the vital force in her wonderful industrial development No carpet ever woven on the under- ground looms of Nature is more beau tiful than the green velvet of h r grain the bloom of her cotton School- houses colleges and universities arc scattered over the land placing in the power of every child white or black to claim the freo offering of an educa- tion Poets artists authors states- men have sprung from the stock of tho old South Tho Southern girl no longer lounges in cushioned hum- mocks to dream over volumes of poet ry and romance but is the companion of her brother for collego honors and his equal partner in busin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 5 March 1909

v Houston Jewish So- cieties Congregation Jietli Israel Crawford and Lamar Services Friday S p in Saturday 10 a m Sunday school 10 a m Rev Henry Barnstein Rabbi Henry J Dannenbaum president Sidney Mey ers vice president Jonas Altmont secretary Chas D Wolf treasurer- S Freundlich sexton Congregation Adnth Yeshurun Jackson and Walker Services Friday 8 p m Saturday 10 a m Sunday school 10 a m Rev W VVillner Rabbi Rev H Lieberman Cantor D Frosh president P Wein- berg vice president M T Karowski secretary P Battelstein treasurer S Goldapple sexton Congregation Adatli Israel 5th Ward Max Abramson president L Zion feld vice president J H Jacobson secretary H Wertheimer treasurer Jewish Literary Society 408 Mason Building- S fJi Westheimer president Miss Celia Cohen fisrt vice president A S Weiner second vice president Jos Finger recording secretary Max Westheimer financial secretary Miss Bettie Roberts treasurer J L Aron son librarian A H Cohen chairman literary committee I Tiras chair- ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 12 March 1909

jW VOL 1 THE JEWISH HERALD Hutchinson GroooryGo Pull Line of Kosher Meats and Sausago RUo Home Made Cakciand BYead Phone 329S512 HUNT DRUGS Cor McGownn nnrfCifcwford FREE DELIVERY OIE PH0NE < 2925 NEW PHONE 225 Suits to Measure Nq < more 15 INo Less United Woolen Mills 310 Fannin 1203 Congress Coal Wood Prtcei and meaiurementi ara right Prompt ctrliver Try our bi < dollar dry wood and tmklr chunk SACKS COHEN Phone 1215 Monuments and Building CUT STONES 2614 Washington St Phone 5828 George Beach Commercial Photographei Phone 3046 1017 Capitol DK G T SPEARMAN Specialist Jn DiseaseB of the Skin Nervous SyBtem and Private Diseases of Men and Women Office 228229230 Maaon Building Bisuoton > Tcxa Houston Candy Kitchen CHAS PAVLOVICH Prop FINE FRENCH CANDIES Al3 < Congress Ave Old Phone 4421 Brazos Hotel EUROPEAN PLAN ISnOpposite Grand Central Depot v ATES100UP T Capftol Pharmacy PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Q cry Open AN Night Ptotts 537 ami 1326 HOUSTON TEXAS MARCH 12 1909 Ike C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 12 March 1909

tomorrow night and tastc sorno of Han nahs cookery Youre one of the family now you kndw I shall he delighted to have the privilege of having Seder with you replied David his heart going out more and more to the fatherly old man What Shool will you he going to for the Passover I can get you a seat in mine if you havent arranged Thank you hut I promised Mr Birnbaum to come to the little syna- gogue of which he is president It seems theyhiaye a scarcity of Cohen ism and they want me to bless the congregation I suppose What cried Reb Shemuel ex- citedly Are you a Cohen Of course 1 am Why they got me to bless them in the Transvaal last Yom Kippur So you see Im anything but a sinner in Isreal He laughed but his laugh ended abruptly Reb Shemuel face had grown white His hands were tremblmg What is theE matter you are ill cried David My daughter can not marry you said Reb Shemuel in hushed quaver- ing tones The fit of trembling passed fron the old man to the young one Ilir heart pulsed as wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 12 March 1909

W 4 Wpy jB9 > nu ysr v yjgg jL Tyler News Miss Paulino Davidson has returned from Dallas Mrsi D Leventhal is visiting hor sister Mrs B Marks in Groesbeclc Miss Carrie Llebreich entertains the Whist Club this week at Mrs Aarons Mrs Sarah Efroh has returned home from a visit to Marlln and Groes beclc MIsb Adale Llebreich has returned from an extended trip to relatives in St Louis Mr Dave Pandres is spending a few days in Dallas the guest of his brother Sol Pandres Mrs Louis Goldsmith and daughteis left last Sunday for their new home in Fort Worth Miss Blanche Gardner is at present Visiting her aunt Mrs Morris Jacrbs uin StLouis Mo < Miss Pearl Brown of Fort Worth will soon pay a visit to her granrt vmother Mrs U Simon Miss Idella J Sandoloski has re- turned to her home after a visit to her brothar in Shreveport Mrs P Engle of Oklahoma is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Davidson on Bois dArc street Airs M Rosenfield has returned from a visit to friends and relatives in Shreve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 12 March 1909

UmfnTiiiiimi7inMgi Binn THE JEWISH HERAIiD Published Weekly by the HERALD PRINTING COMPANY i E GOLDBERG Prop GIG F wmii Street Phone 5333 Subscription 150 per year All Communications for publication must roach the office not later than Wednesday at G p m Entered as second class matter No- vember 20 1908 at the postoffice at Houston Texas under the Act of March 3 1879 HOW SHALL WE RAISE OUR CHIL- DREN SO THAT THEY SHALL REMAIN JEWS This question is asked by tens of thousands of Jewish parents in this country What is to be done that they shall not drift away with the current of assimilation and be lost among the great masses This is asked by those Jews who seethe neaiing of an assim- ilation which never had its equal in Jewish history We dont think that by questioning ourselves about what is to be done we will be able to solve this question Vlo hamidrosch ikor helo Hamaash said our sages not by words but by deeds Instead of teaching our children during their leisure hours things which...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 12 March 1909

tV t Furniture Built to Stand WADDELLS Furniture and Floor Coverings The Right Show at the Right Price 607 MAIN STREET Dressed Poultry Fresh Eggs Fancy Table Butter EXCELLO CITY MARKET FREE DELIVERY I beg to announce to my friends and the public that IhuvoRone in the lire insurance biulness on my own account under the firm nume of S Q Rup hael C > As son of the late M Rap- hael who forthe past twenty years was closely identified with the lire in- surance business in Houston I earn- estly solicit your pationage S G RAPHEAL 6 CO Room 304 Houston Land nud Trust Building Phoue 3740 ii to The fastest growing Department Store in the State of Texas Originators and Leaders First in Everything lams Lone Star Moving Storage and Transfer C CWILLIAMS Proprietor Office 620 Travis St Phones Old and New 538 Old Phone 6916 Do you wish to serve the BEST COFFEE on your table Try RQ NB BUGS COFEE The Best on Farth ftiirelca Lauiidfy W < j mend your clothes Old phom 666 LOCAL ITEMS Miss Leibermat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 12 March 1909

XTOTHJ HS lfRliW < Wrr f > Wn V JIu S1 CHEEK NEAL Maxwell House Blend COFFEE 1 AND 3 POUND SEALED dANS AT ALL GROCERS Capital 250000 2 MAIN HOUSTON Use Electricity For LIGHT HEAT HID Houston Light fi Power Co 620 Main St Houton Tex Mrs JOSEPHINE HAYMOND MldWintcr Course in Artistic Piano Flaying and Voice Culture now open Houston Conservatory o Music J Cor Main G McKinney Phone 1828 All Glasses Guaranteed Difficult Cases Solicited Office Gave Plucltett Jewelry Co 617 Main Street 7L7 AXTTiTTl Dentistry that has proven a fall VV fVS I H1V ure in n8 > nds of olner dentists DR J O HOWARD PAINLESS DENTISTRY 317 12 Main Street Old Phone 5129 The Houston Optical Co The Latest in Every- Thing Optical 50 5 MAIN STREET lDrau h0n tflves contracts bucked bv chain of 31 Oolle cs 300000 00 capital uul 20 vears success to spcure positions under i asonable conditions or jefund tuition QftfWVECPINfi Draughons competitors by DUUnMLruiU not aucep ins his pr > poslil n concede ihit he teach...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 12 March 1909

KOOSEVELTS FUTURE Tho doings of our expresidents have always been of Interest to the people of the United States and the future of Theodore itooscvclt will be watched with an unuBual amount or wonder and speculation Tho prediction is freely made that Roosevelt following his return from Africa will become a candidate for the United States Senate from Now York at the next vacancy It is too great a stretch of the imagination tc picture Roosevelt contented for any great length of time as an associate editor of a semireligious magazine Ho belongs in the political arena and it is safe to say ho will not be long absent therefrom With Elihu Root and Theodore Roosevelt in the United States Senae as the successors of Piatt and Depew the State of New York would indeed wield an influence of which her peo- ple could afford to be proud Root is already there and those who have the best opportunity to catch in ad- vance the drift of things political pre dictthat Roosevelt will be his col- league be...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 12 March 1909

K Congregation Beth Israel Crawford and Lamar Services Friday 8 p m Saturday 10 a m Sunday school 10 a in Rev vHenry Barnstein Rabbi Henry J Dannenbauin president Sidney Mey ers vice president Jonas Altmont secretary Chas D Wolf treasurer- S Freundlicli sexton i t Congregation Adath Yeshurun Jackson and Walker Services Friday 8 p m Saturday 10 a m Sunday school 10 a m Rev W Willner Rabbi Rev H Lieberman Cantor D Frosh president P Wein- berg vice president M T Karowski secretary P Battelstein treasurer S Goldaptfle sexton Congregation Adath Israel 5th Ward Max Abramson president L Zion feld vice president J H Jacobson secretary H Wertheimer treasurer Jewish Literary Society 408 Mason Building- S J Westheimer president Miss Celia Cohen fisrt vice president A S Weiner second vice president Jos Finger recording secretary Max Westheimer financial secretary Miss Bettie Roberts treasurer J L Aron eon librarian A H Cohen chairman literary committee I Tiras chair- man entertainment committee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 19 March 1909

VOL 1 THE JEWISH HERALD Hutchinson Grocery Co Full Line ol Kosher Meats and Sausago alio Home IVIadc Cake and Bread Phone 3295512 HUNT DRUG Cor McGowan and Crawford FREE DELIVERY OIC PHONE 2925 NEW PHONE 225 Suits to Measure No Less United Woolen Mills 310 Fannin 1203 Congress Pflcei and meaturemente are rifht Prompt dfllrcr Try aar big dollar dry wood and imall chunks SACKS COHEN Phone 1215 ZERBE MARBLE WORKS Monuments nnd Building CUT STONES 2614 Washimtoo St Phone 582S George BeacK Commercial Photographei Phone 8046 1017 Capitol DK G T SPEARMAN Specialist In Dlaeascs of the Skin Nervoua Systemand Private Diseases of Men nnd Women Office 228229230 Mason Building KSouaton Tsxb Houston Candy Kitchen CHA8 PAVLOVICH Prop FINE FRENCH CANDIES fil3 Congress Ave Old Phone 4421 Brazos Hotel EUROPEAN PLAN Opposite Grand Central Depot v > RATES 100 UP PHONE 53 npA mm HOUSTON TEXAS MARCH 19 1909 AVo live thank God in a most enlightened age and enjoy from our very birth immunities and favor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 19 March 1909

S y ww BgtJ possessionof Warning can turn to no good account The attainment of virtue is the highest learning and the path or road to happiness should be the aim of life Galveston Personals S Loinanwitz leaves Monday March 22nd for Brcnam Germa- ny Mr and Mrs A Block of Phila- delphia are guests of Mr and Mn II Prince There will be an election of of- ficers of Adath Yeshurun Congre- gation on March 28th Mrs A Morris and daughter Miss Sadie have returned from a pleasant trip to New Orleans Dr Barnstein collected over two hundreddollars for the benefit of the Jewish Consumptives Home in Denver Colorado Mr Ned Levin who has been making Houston his headquarters has returned to his home in Gal- veston Miss Jeanetta Guutz oi Corpus Christi passed through here from New York on her way to Victoria to attend the LevyMunzenhei mer wedding j3hc was the guest of Mrs L Butler Mrs S Gale entertained a lew friends last Wednesday afternoon in honor of Mrs Nasonwich The guests were Mesdames AV Win- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 19 March 1909

4 San Antonio News Miss Mammie Pomerantz of Se guin is visiting friends for several weeks Mrs Abe Boedenheimer of Houston is in the eity visiting rel- atives Miss Eachael Baer has returned after a visit to friends in Beau- mont Texas Mr Alex Pomerantz of Seguin was in the city Sunday to attend the Purim Ball Mrs Isadore Goodman of San Diego is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Rhien on Sixth Straet Elaborate preparations arc be- ing made for the strawberry fes- tival and dance to be given by the Council of Jewish Women at Harmony Hall Tuesday afternoon and night > The regular monthly meeting of the Council of Jewish Women will be held Thursday afternoon at 14 oclock at the Harmony Club- Rooms A very interesting pro gramme will follow the business session A meeting of the Jewish Liter- ary Club was held Thursday even- ing and was well attended The Chairman of the Entertainment mmittee reported the Purim Ball a grand success both social- ly and financially An excellent literary progr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 19 March 1909

THE JEWISH HERALD Published Weekly by tlie HERALD PRINTING COMPANY s fe GOLDBERG Prop G16 Foanin Street Phone 5333 Subscription 150 per year All communications for publication ftmst reach the office hot 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 SHALL I OR SHALL I NOT WRITE Shall I write about Chasidie Rabbis who held a conference not long ago in Russia who appealed to the antisimitic Russian govern- ment for aid and protection of the Yorch Dea against their own flesh and blood against their own oppressed brethren without taking into consideration what the result might be As we know that same government which is against the granting of equal rights to their Jewish subjects will gladly interfere with their in- ner religious affairs with very sad results if only given the chance which we fear was done by these Chasidie Rabbis Or shall I write about our socalled Maskilim of the same co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 19 March 1909

nnwrrwii > tiiiiDiiiiiivii FurnitureBuilt to Stand WADDELL Furniture and Floor Coverings The Right Show at the Right Price 607 MAIN STREET Dressed Poultry Fresh Eggs Fancy Table Butter EXCELLO CITY MARKET FREE DELIVERY I beg to announce to mv friends and the publtu that I have Koue in the fire Insurance business on my own account under the ilrsn nunc of S O Rap- hael O As son of the late M Rap hael who for the past twenty years was closely identified with the lire In- surance business in Houston 1 earn- estly solicit your patronage S G RAPHEAL 6 CO Room 301 Houstoi Land and Tiust Building Phone 11710 Mistrot Muim Co The fastest growing Department Store in the State of Texas Originators and Leaders First in Everything Williams Lone Star Moving Storage and Transfer C CWILLI AMS Proprietor Office 620 Travis St Phones Old and Now 638 Old Phono 0916 Do you wish to serve the BEST COFFEE on your table Try 8WELE RGS GOLD MEDAL COFEE The Boston Farth Jfcfc Jtoelca Laundry We mend your clo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 19 March 1909

3 iilitiiOiin lulik mri turn rnfTiWl OHBEK NBAL Maxwell House Blend COFFE E 1 AND 3 POUND SEALED CANS AT ALL GROCERS t v x212 MAIN Capital 250000 HOUSTON Use Electricity For LIT HEAT UNO POWER Houston Light 8 Power Co 620 Main St Houston Tex hMrs JOSEPHINE HAYMOND MidWlntcr Course In Artistic Piano Placing and Voice Culture now open Houston Conservatory of Music Cor Main McKinney Phono 1828 All Glasses Guaranteed Difficult Cases Solicited Office Cave G Pluckett Jewelry Co 617 Muin Street X7 A XTTTTTl Dentistry that has proven a fall- ow JTILH SL CjU ure In hands of other dentists A BR fT 41 J O HOWARD PAINLESS DENTISTRY 317 12 Mln Street 0 5 Old Phone 5129 The Latest in Every- Thing Optical M AIN STREET GOOD rosiTio poration are secured n special eommision of experts will be sent from this country to Palestine to select the land to be purchased and to make arrangements for its cultivation and for the adminis- tration of the affairs oC the Asso- ciation in Palestine Furthermore an of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 19 March 1909

W Wy > VH y ttypi > myrrJ the faculty o his people for self govcrnmet A curious lack of selfconfid ence has been shown by many of our people he declared And yet the Jews have accomplished things in every science and art we have artists engineers poets painters orators prize lighters athletes soldiers reformers schol- ars bankers writers and states- men The Jew has excelled in every line He has proven his loyalty as a citizen A Jew can emigrate to a land and within six months he loves his new country he is like a patriot born Mr Zangwill writer of imag- ination and painter with words is not an idealist in the sense that an idealist is impractical as many are There has been too much poet- ry and sentiment in the Zionist movement in the past he de- clares What we must do is to get down to business For 1900 years we have earned an unenvi- able reputation among the Gen- tiles for a quality of shrewdness thc driving of bargains But we have never utilized Ithese qualities in the matt...

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