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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 19 March 1909

Honston Jewish So Congregation Belli Israel Crawford and Lamar Services Friday 8 p m Saturday iO 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 Aduth Yeshurun Jackson and Walker Services Friday 8 p m Saturday 10 am Sunday school 10 a m Rev W Willner Rabbi Rev H Liebeiman Cantor D Frosh president P Wein- berg vice president M T Karowski secretary P Battelstein treasurer S fGoldapple sexton Congregation Adath Israel 5th Ward Max Abramson president L Zion f Concordia Club 1210 Texas Aic A M Morris president Tom Flau man first vive president Clarence Richmond second vice president M CUWagner secretary Sol Schoenman treasurer A < f Ladies Aid Society Temple Both Israel Mrs F Lipper president Mrs Al- bert Cramer vice president Mrs J Ehrenfeld secretary Miss A West heimer treasurer Jewish Womens Bonevolont Assn Meets at Temple Beth Israel Mrs Aro...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 26 March 1909

VOL 1 MWMWiiyEii m ivwiimt Hiimi j nn THE JEWISH HERALD Hutchinson Grocery Go Pull Line of Kosher Meats and Sausage Also Home Made Calces and K Bread Phone 3295512 HUNT DRUGS Cor McGowan and Crawford FREE DELIVERY OLE PHONE 2925 NEWPHONE 225 Suits to Measure No more No Less United Woolen Mills 310 Fannin 1203 Congress Coal Wood Pricei and measurement are right Prornptdrliverj Try our big dollar dry wood ari dimali chimin SACKS COHEN Phone 1215 ZERBE MARBLE WORKS Monuments and Building CUT STONES 2614 Washington St Phone 582S George Beach Commercial Photographei Phone 3046 1017 Capitol DR G T SPEARMAN Specialist In Diseases of the Skin Nervoua 8ystem and Private Diseases of Men and Women Office 228229230 Mason Building Houston Tcxa Houston Candy Kitchen CHAS PAVLOVICH Prop FINE FRENCH CANDIES fll3 Congress Ave Old Phone 4421 Brazos Hotel EUROPEAN PLAN Opposite Grand Central Depot BATES 8100 UP Jiiiiiiiiiim HOUSTON TEXAS JVfARCH 26 1909 BY MAUDE DEUTCHNER The question before us is whe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 26 March 1909

ablebodied and hard working people Therefore that question would stand no showing at all Now that I have given you Llus debate from a studied standpoint shall proceed to give you my rea- sons why immigration should not be restricted First of all L will ask you n question Your parents area foreign torn some of you liko wise they and you have made good citizens havent they They have established a good busine here in fact are even indcpendci I of you Some have aocunmia < lots of money others are mcreiN comfortably fixed enough I hey are not dependent on city or coun- ty for a livelihood Have we not room for more like lb em Cer- tainly Then you say immigra- tion should be restricted Yes to those that are afflicted as wc have too much of that on our streets today each country should be made to take care of their own unfortunates Then again lalte the importation of po- tatoes from England isnt it laughable when we have hundreds and hundreds of acres of land ly- ing idle good land where...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 26 March 1909

u 2 OF TEXAS Texas is a great state and by tins is not meant greatness in extent of territory although in that one par- ticular the Lone Star can give all the other fortytwo cards and spades and win in the measurement Sho is the biggest in the whole sisterhood in area 265780 square miles Ttxns is larger than the kingdom of Italy the kingdom of Spain or the republic of France she has more territory than the German Empire has two Japans could be set down within her borders without uncomfortably crowdig elilm one of them and five Englands loiud be spread out here with some room left for a Switzerland or two or scoe or more of Monacos The population of Texas is 3000000 while the popula- tion of the countries or principalities just cited ranges from 5000 to GOUOC 000 and more There is ample room in Texas for 8000000 farms of two acres each without destroying an acre of her superb forests and the farm already under cultivation and yielding profit can be counted in myriads The Lone Star St...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 26 March 1909

Published Weekly by tne HERALD PRINTiNQ COMPAN Ei G0Lt > BERGi Prop < GIG Faanln Street Phone 5333 Subscription 150 per year 1 All communications for publication must reach the office not 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 1S79 SILENCE IS GOLDEN The attention of all Jewish resi- dents of Houston is called to the fact that they have a medium through which they may express their views pro and con on most any subject The press has it ii their power to do good or evil as has any individual only a little more so in that they have a larger circulation If the community is at loggerheads it would be less distressful if we alone knew it much less making it a topic for discussion among all classes Tf we have no repect for ourselves how can we expect our neighbors to respect us There is too much trash given publicity thesa days Murders divorces etc are vile enough for the perpetrators...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 26 March 1909

Furniture Built to Btand WADDELLS Furniture and Floor MI5TR0TMUNN GO Call your attention to Which are advertised in the Sunday papers We combine low prices with best quality MISTROTBIONN CO The Right Show at the Right Price 607 MAIN STREET Dressed Poultry Fresh Eggs Fancy Table Butter EXCEUO CITY MARKET FREE DELIVERY I bej to announce to my friends and the public that I have gone in the Are Insurance business on my own account ujular the lira name of S G Rup hael C 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 G CO Room 304 Houston Land and Tiust Building Phone 3746 Williams Lone Moving Storage and Transfer C C WILLIAMS Proprietor Office 620 Travis St Phones Old and New 688 Old Phone 0916 Do you wish to serve the BEST COFFEE jg uuyottr table Try Eureka Laundry We mend your clothes Old phone 565 LOCAL ITEMS Rev II B Lieberman Sunday in Galveston spent Mr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 26 March 1909

CHEEK NEAL Maxwell House Blend COFFEE 1 AND 3 POUND SEALED CANS AT AUL GROCERS Capital 250000 212 MAIN S05 HOUSTON Use Electricity For LIGHT HEAT AND Houston Light 6 Power Co 620 Main St Houston Tex Mrs JOSEPHINE RAYMOND MldWlntcr Course In Artistic Piano Playing and Voice Culture now open IIMIIHMIllHIII mi i I Houston Conservatory of Music Cor Main 6 McKlnney Phone 1828 All Glasses Guaranteed Difficult Cases Solicited Office Gave Pluckett Jewelry Co 617 Main Street TAT A MT1T4 Dentistry that has proven a fall W IIM i 52jU ure In hands of other dentist DR J O HOWARD fc PAINLESS DENTISTRY 317 12 Main Street Old Phone 5129 the Houston Optical Co The Latest in Every Thing Optical MAIN STREET Druphon fives contracts bucked bv chain of 31 Colleges 300000 00 capital and 20 years success to secure positions under reasonable conditions or refund tuition nnrWtfECDIMfi Draughons competitors by DUUrtnEXrinu not uocep ing his proposition concede ihat he teaches more booltlceeiing in THREE month...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 26 March 1909

valuable service by homing pigeons on Australian COAST Consul Honry D Baker of Hobart makes the following report on the util- ization of pigeons in Australia for car- rying niessageQ An experiment of using homing pig- eons for regular ct nmunication and emergency service between Hobart and M tsuyker Island lighthouse about 7i miles southwest of Hobart is meeting with signal success and was the means in November of prob- ably saving the life of an assistant at the lighthouse who was able sixteen hours after sending for a doctor by pigeon post to obtain medical relief which was much needed The PigeonPost Service with this lighthouse was established by the ma- rine board of Hobart on January 21 1908 The first message which was dispatched from the lighthouse at 10 a mi was received in Hobart at 130 p ih Since that time three birds have been liberated with messages every three weeks it being also understood that1 If accldentor serious illness oc curred three additional birds were to be s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 26 March 1909

MMM HMH iMM i Houston Jewish So- cieties Congregation Beth Isrnol Crawford and Lamar Services Friday 8 p m 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 Adath Ycsluirun Jackson and Walker Services Friday 8 p m Saturday 10 a m Sunday scliool 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 Goldapple soxton Congregation Adnth Isrnel 5th Ward Max Abramson president L Zion feld vice president J H Jacobson secretary H Wertheimcr treasurer Jewish Literary Society 408 Mason Building- S J Westheirner president Miss i Celia Cohen fisrt vice president A S Weiner second vice president Jos Finger recording secretary Max Westheirner financial secretary Miss Bettie Roberts treasurer J L Aron eon librarian A H Cohen chairman literary committee I Tira...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 2 April 1909

VOL 1 Hutchinson Grocery Go Full Lino ol Kosher Meats and Sausago ILIso Home IVXndc Calces and Bread Phone 3295512 HUNT DRUGS Cor McGowan and Crawford FREE DELIVERY OLE PHONE 2925 NEW PHONE 225 Suits to Measure No Less United Woolen Mills 310 Fannin 1203 Congress Coal Wood Pricci and measurement are right Promptdrliverj Try our big dollar dry wood and small chunln SACKS COHEN Phone 1215 ZERBE MARBLE WORKS Monuments and Building CUT STONES 2614 Washington St Phone 582 George Beach Commercial fhotographei Phone 3046 1017 Capitol DR G T SPEARMAN Specialist In Diseases of the Skint Nervous System and Private Diseases of Men and Women Office 228229230 Mason Building Houston Texa Houston Candy Kitchen CHAS PAVLOV1CH Prop FINE FRENCH CANDIES 013 Congress Ave Old Phono 4421 Brazos Hotel EUROPEAN PLAN Opposite Grand Central Depot BATES 100 UP HMffNIIIHifl tpeft AH Night 2 Phone 537 S m m pi i < t THE JEWISH HERALD HOUSTON TEXAS APRIL 2 1909 Z EM AN CHERUSEINU ISCH ODESSA Passover the firs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 2 April 1909

THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE PASSOVER By Archie II Cohen Wo are nearing the day of Passover thai clay which is com- monly understood to bo the day of our deliverance from bondage If that is true then why are we the only people with the excep- tion of the negroes the most re- cently emancipated people who observe a holiday of that nature And by the way this is only in the South For most all people in existence today have at one- time or another throughout the different years of history been slaves and are all a free people today And we hear of no cele- bration as a memoral of the day or time of their emancipation It may be that with other na- tions their deliverance being cen- turies old has been forgotten and their liberty accepted as a matter of course If that is so then the emancipation of the Jews is still older than the most nations on earth and why this rejoicing for 2500 years every year as the day arrives For apparently all other people who were freed had more to be thankful for t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 2 April 1909

r i Afi u Q SONS AND DAUGHTERS ZION YESHURUN OFFICERS OP The Sons and Daughters of Zi- on held their regular monthly meeting last Sunday at the rooms of the Jewish Literary Society The business Dart of the meet- ing was somevylhat brief owing to the small amount of business to be transacted The Society is continually making headway as is evinced by the fact that there were three applications for mem bership this making the total membership of the society eighty eight The finances of the society are also in good standing as the collections have lately been ex- cellent The Chairman of the Zionistic Activities Committee Mr Werner reported the sale of ten Colonial Trust Shares while the twenty which are being disposed of by means of chances will soon be brought to an end The meeting was concluded with a short program as follows An Argument on Zionist Prin- ciples Miss Celia Cohen Current Zionistic Events A H Cohen VSEDAR NIGHT By Jacob Gradees Once more we hail the Eastertide The days o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 2 April 1909

Mr A II Fromenson chairman of the propaganda committee of the Federation of American Zion- ists is on the point of completing a very successful tour of the West and South He is now in Louis- ville from there he goes to Char- leston his last point before re- turning to New York A sup- plementary tour is being planned to commence after Passover In the American Hebrew we note the following A Christian teacher at Cooper Union who lias Jewish pupils in her class asks for information as to a Jewish cook- book She will be able in a very short time to secure one from Houston as the young ladies of the Temple are working hard get ling up just such a book to be sold at iwenty fiye cents a piece Wed advise her to order one now We are not the only ones dis- cussing Federation A meeting is called to convene in April in Brooklyn N Y Nathan S Jonas secretary of the Jewish Hospital tllat Eureka Laundry We mend your clothea Old phone 65 eaws jaiw iwwftrf ffl i > Mw iw Published Weekly by the HERA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 2 April 1909

m Furniture Built to Btmndl WADDELLS Furniture and Floor Oovorlngm MISTRQTMUNN GO Call your attention to Which are advertised in the Sunday papers We combine low prices with best quality The Right Show at the Right Price THE CRYSTAL 607 MAIN STREET Dressed Poultry Fresh Eggs Fancy Table Butter EXCEUO CITY MARKET FREE DELIVERY eraem I beg to announce to my friends and the public that I have gone in ttao Are Insmance business on my own account under the firm name of S G Rap- hael C i As son of the late M Rap- hael who for the past twenty years was closely UentlUed with the lire in- surance business in Houston I earn- estly solicit jour patronage S G RAPHEAL 6 GO Room 304 Houston Laud and Trust Building Phone S7J6 Moving Storage and Transfer C C WILLIAMS Proprietor Office 620 Travis St Phones Old and New 688 Old Phone 6916 Do you wish to serve the BEST COFFEE on your table Try N B ERGS Id medal COFEE Th lest on Earth Eureka laundry We mend your clothes Old phone 6dS LOCAL ITEMS Mr Wolf...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 2 April 1909

1 AND 3 POUND SEALED CANS AT ALL GROCERS CHEEK NEAL Maxwell House Blend COFFE E Capital 212 MAIN HOUSTON Use Electricity For LIGHT HEAT 10 Houston Light S Power Co 620 Main St Houston Tex Mrs JOSEPHINE RAYMOND MldWlntcr Course in Artistic Piano Plylng and Voice Culture now open Houston Conservatory ol Music Cor Main McKinney Phone 1828 All Glasses Guaranteed Difficult Cases Solicited OMIcb Cave 6 Pluckett Jewelry Co 617 Main Stroct XH7 AMTlTfc Dentistry that has proven a f ail VV rkl J 1 HiiJ ure jn lands 0j other dentists DR J O HOWARD V PAINLESS DENTISTRY 317 12 Main Street Old Phone 5129 The Latest in Every- Thing Optical 505 MAIN STREE Drauehon fives contract5 bucked bv chain of 31 Colleges 8300000 00 capital and 20 yeais success to secuie positions under reasonable conditions or refund tuition I nnniiCFPIWft Drauahons competltois by DUUJxMtnrlu not aocep Inwhls piipoHlllun concede that he teaches mote bookkee in I 4 in THREE months than they do In SIX H Draughon can convince YO...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 2 April 1909

ARBITRATED Conversation among travelors is fre- quently absurdly trivial Aftor several days together as on shipboard every one is idle and talks about the most TALE OF A CAB TICKET There was a goodly proportion of young men in the Sixteenth street car when she got in It was a car with seats running longwise so that the doubly blessed youths on the oppo site side of the car could gaze to their hearts content And gaze they did for never did car carry lovelier freight Unaware that her advent in the car had changed the heart action of any of Its passengers her glorious brown eyes glanced serenely along the palpitating line of masculinity op posite a jshetore a ticket from her- S p I strip an bud lips wli jJJaced it between her rose niile she replaced the strip in her tir purse Lucky ticket The enraptured young man nearest tho door Would have parted with a flVtyspoMo possess that equivalent of Euieka Laundry We mend yourclothes Old phone 565 four and onesixth cents But here comes the str...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 2 April 1909

ja wp ppp Fyr Congregation Beth Israel Crawford and Lamar Services Friday 8 p m 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 Freundlicli sexton Jewish Literary Society 408 Macon 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 Beth Israel Literary Society Meets at Temple Bath Israel 1st Sun Dr H Barnstein president Miss Martha Schnitzer vice president Sol Schoenman secretary H J Dannen baum Chairman Program Committee Concordia Club 1210 Texas Ave A M Morris president Tom Flan man first vive president Clarence Richmondsecond vice president M C Wagner jsecretary Sol Schoenman treasurer ladies Aid Society Temp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 9 April 1909

w > t VOL 1 Hutchinson Grocery Co Full Line ol Kosher Meats and Sausage JKlto Home Made Calces and Bread Phone3295512 HUNT DRUGS Cor McGowan and Crawford FREE DELIVERY OLE PHONE 2925 NEW PHONE 225 Suits to Measure No Less United Woolen Mills S10 Fannin 1203 Congress Coal Wood PHtviand meuurementi are right Prompt drliverj Try our big dollar dry wood and imall chunlci SACKS COHEN Phone 1215 ZERBE MARBLE WORKS Monuments and Building OUT STONES 2614 Washington St Phone 582B George Beach Commercial Photographei Phone 8046 1017 Capitol DR G T SPEARMAN Spoclallot In Diseases of the Skin Nervous System and Private Diseases of Men and AVomcn Office 228229230 Mason Building Houston Taxa Houston Candy Kitchen CHAS PAVLOVICH Prop FINE FRENCH CANDIES 018 Congress Ave Old Phone 4421 Brazos Hotel EUROPEAN PLAN Opposite Grand Central Depot t S 100 UP MllllilMRIHlllBl10 Open AH Night 2 Phone 53 Z 1MI1111M1111I1I1I i HftyfUyiWf1 H yH1 fvrr tyiVjW W TWTVr wprwrp r n sia and nearer to the land of F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 9 April 1909

garegammiMi iinii Mm iBiiMiuTql my married A daughter of oue of the men who had come to Texas soon after the Smilosky3 came The greatest pride of the Smil osky family was We ar3 Ameri sAMf y duty we owe to this country said the father Just think of it why if we had stayed in Rus- sia perhaps we would have all been killed before this I do not want you to ever forget my child- ren what a great duty you owe to America and if the time ever comes I want you to perform that duty willingly Now wasnt it strange that the very next day the terrible Civil AVar should break out The South enllod for volunteers and the once despised Russian Jew did not hesitate Sammy lie called to the oldest boy I leave the store in your charge take care of your mother little sister and brothers till I come back I must do my dutv + n tlm country to which I owe ° Tnuch B ° T nd boy Sammy and remember you are an American Jew Think of it mv liov anrl if ever duty calls you to defend your try do not fail to do so The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 9 April 1909

t t mm AmSSiimmmikkimtlt mmmmm from Spain But one clear morn- ing when everything seemed calm and peaceful a tiny speck was seen in the distance which grew larger and larger until it was known to be a Spanish battleship Soon the fighlinn began as usual the Americans were gaining All seemed well when suddenly Abie Smilosky who was standing in a prominent place was struck by a bullet from a Spanish gun Tie fell with a moan but was ouik ly lifted no and borne inside lie asked for Sarah aid a doctor There is no hope said the physi- cian lie is dying now Come here Sarah said Abie in a weak voiceT am dying Tell mother T died for my coun- try tt nil israel ille Eter- nal Our God his voice broke bis hea Wk lie had done his duty as an American and a Jew ALHAMBRA THEATRE At the Alhambra theatre the Graham TCinsberry Musical Co are nvp o iino an enjoyable and attractive I1 of n Hil comed- ies Tbo Man of I he Hour tlieTr ings entertainment It will be piece and nil who saw it were more nr nlease...

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