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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 8 October 1908

I W F PUIS Firsh Eggs Phones 920 and 4121 SFr Dolivecy City Markot Mistrot Mann Co The fastest growing Department Store in the State of Texas and First in Everything JEWELRS 9olld Goods Only 617 Main Street Moving Storage and Transfer C C WILLIAMS Proprietor Office 620 Travis St Phones Old and New 538 Old Phone 0910 Eureka Laundry We Mend You Clothes Old Phone 565 CMaon Furniture Built to Standi WADDELLS Furniture and Floor Coverings LOCAL ITEMS Mrs Abraham Maas who was taken ill at the Synagogue Monday is reported better Mrs Louis Lippman has re covered from her recent illness and is able to be among her friends again A crowd of young people at tended a dance at Beachs Mon day evening and all report a glorious time Among the num ber were Misses Annie Zuber Ella Wolf Esther Brown Jen nie and Fannie Korkowsky Messrs Sam Cohen Julius Wein berger Paul Weinberger Sam Rosenstein Sam Rosenberg John Mendlovitz and others Mr Dave Marks of Dallas spent the holidays tne guest of Mr jand Mrs A...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 8 October 1908

IIIMIIIIMIUMI I 0 B B Meeting A fairly good attendance was present at the meeting of Herzl Lodge I C B B Tuesday night Much business of importance was transacted notably the pass ing on a constitution and by laws A committee was appointed consisting of Messrs Tiras Aronson Goldberg Frosh and Mendlovitz to make arrange ments for the Chanikah Ball It was also decided to celebrate Bnai Brith Day Death of Dr Soniiescliein Dr Solomon H Sonneschein one of the best known rabbis of this country died early Saturday night at his home 2935A St Vincent avenue He had been ill for several weeks and death was due to a hemorrhage of the brain Kabbi Sonneschein was born in Kuroz Hungary June 24 1830 At an early age he was appointed to a responsible posi tion in a synagogue in Praue In 1869 he was called to New York as rabbi of a synagogue there A year later he became rabbi of Temple Shaare Emeth St Louis This position he held for seven teen years and then became rab bi of Temple Israel where he re m...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 8 October 1908

MOSHAV ZHENIM MEETING The Orthodox Jewish Old Folks Home of St Louis held it annual meeting where it was de cided that this year the elections shall be made by Australian bal lot This is a victory of the bet ter element which has been try ing to take up the leadership of the organization The institu tion is one of the most magnifi cent institutions in the city and has been established and main tained by the Orthodox Jews who sacrificed a great deal in order to give a home to those of their coreligionists who are homeless and too old to earn their neces sities of life The Home which is on Blair and Grand avenues is really a credit to the Orthodox Jews of the city and it is to be hoped that the elections will result in such a general satisfaction that the life of the institution shall be assured for the future for it has cost a great deal of effort mon ey and self sacrifice to build it up BIG BROTHERS SOCIETY The Federation of Jewish Or ganizations in New York has de cided to organize...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 8 October 1908

Eureka Laundry We Mend Your Clothes Old Pho ne 565 PROVIDE SHELTER For the wife and little ones it is a sacred duty But this usually involves a systematic plan of saving and the habit of saving often has its beginning in a small savings account We gladly open accounts with those who apply 100 STARTS AN ACCOUNT FOUR PER CENT INTEREST Congress and Main Compounded Semiannually Paid on SAVINGS accounts Capital and Surplus 40000000 j OFFICERS C G PILLOT President T C DUNN Vice President J T MCCARTHY Cashier RANDON PORTER Asst Casdier SB DIRECT01S J S RICE W T CARTER J M ROCKWELL HYMAN LEVY FRANK ANDREWS C L NEUHAU9 L B MENEFEE R E BROOKS J C HUTCHESON Jb W W CAMERON THOS H BALL JESSE H JONES W L ROGERS W F N DAVIS WL M RICE Wl J MOORE WILLIAM GREEN C K DUNLAP J O ROSS E M HOUSE J R STUART LEROY TRICE H N TINKER 5ervice5uccess There is no element today more vital to the future progress of the banking bu sines than unanmity of purpose on the part of the Bank for a clean con servative simpl...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 15 October 1908

t nmE4n Ea HufGfamson Qroeery Co Pull Line of Kosher Meats and Sausage Aloo Home Made Calces and Dread Phone 3295512 GO T0 918 Prestoil Ave NRY GREENFIELD AV1TII Phone 221 Writes every kind of insurance known It is better to have insurance and not need it than to need insurance and not have it ifmT < f < > w ww AtrjuiB3a Spencer Drug Co P B King Manager Houston Candy Kitchen CHAS PAVLOV1CH Prop FINE FRENCH CANDIES 911 Congress Ave Old Phono 4421 Anton Dielil Conservatory of Music CorRuslc ana Jiustin Op HlrjhSchool Faculty Equipment and Location the Vcay Best Many free acUanlices Violin Piano Voice Comet Mandolin Dramatic Art and SPECIAL COURSES IN KkhNCU Froebel Kindergarten Depart ment Phone 21SO Tire Life Accident Livestock Bonding and Liability Phone 933 211 12 TravifaSt LETM BTOBERGET Call Phones New 632 Old 1452 IP O DOEII3RI3STG Manufacturing Jeweler Not the Latcest Not the Oldest But the Best X007 Conorois 3 vc ill on Herzl At the memorial meeting held in the Great ...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 15 October 1908

Eureka Laundry We Mend Your Clothes Old Phone 565 Fi m i iwimwwiawiii UMUfflm s houses Cold Cream That Cures Chaps 25c per box THE MEDICINE MAN Main and Preston Avenue Dentistry tint has proven a failure inthe hands of other dentists PAINLESS DENTISTRY 317 12 Main Street Old Phone 5129 Houstons New Theatre With the Real Show 1018 Texas Ave Mr and Mrs Henry Balfour Teachers of vocal culture and Artistic Singing Only authorized teachers of the famous Sbriglia Method in Texas Formerly Tenor Soloist of Tomi le Shaare Emeth St Louis Mo Studio 1212 Gravsford Street Phone < Q3Sl Hair Dressing and Massage Parlors Arc now located at 1017 12 Capi tol Avenue over Woman s Exchange Remember the new home Across from Sub Post Office Most Beautiful Place in Houston vit PaystoBringtheJloneyM r i Ye Clothes Shop sells clothes of distinction for Men and Young Men priced the all cash way at Five Naught Five Main Street near where Prairie crosses iwitiimumm urJWftiiwivmuLLJU Theodor Herzl Help me to ...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 15 October 1908

Furniture Built to Stand Furniture and FSoor Coverings Originators and Leaders First in Everything Cave k Plunkett JEWELRS Solid Goods Only 617 Main Street iams Lone Star Moving Storage and Transfer C C Wl LLI AMS Proprietor Office 620 Travis St Phones Old and New 53S Old Phone 0910 Eureka Laundry We Mend Your Clothes Old Phone 565 Fresh Eggs Phones 920 and 4121 Free Delivery City Market The fastest growing Department Store in the State of Texas Mrs I Prensky has received news of the marriage of her sis ter Miss Bessie Blitzstein of Kansas City and Maurice Tek ker of Paris France The cere mony took place at the Plaza ho tel and Dr Silverman of the Temple Emanuel otficiatcd AC Mrs D Myer of Baton Rouge La and Miss Winnie and Mau rice Levine were guests at the MeyerLowenstein wedding Mr and Mrs Jules Hirsch will receive Sunday from S to 11 in honor of the betrothal of their daughter Josie to Mr Jules Block of Oklahoma City at their residence 704 Jackson street Mr Block Miss Fannie Blo...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 15 October 1908

Mrs J G Gershon has re turned from Virginia where she spent the summer Mr and Mrs Joe Daily and children after spending a few weeks with their parents Mr and Mrs A M Pesses left Mon day for Eagle Lake their future home Mr Louis Rosenberg of Dal las manager of the South West ern Judaist was in the city Fri day and Saturday attending to matters of business and inci dentally calling on frieuds and making new acquaintances Ho paid the Herald an appreciated visit Miss Minnie Zindler returned from Austin where she sang in the choir of the Temple during the holidays Max Korkowsky spent a few days in San Antonio this week Mr and Mrs IT Greenbaum Miss H Finklestein A Reisner of Hallettsville spent a few days in Houston this week Mrs Abe Novich nee Rae Emden of Dallas accompanied by her cousin Mrs J Harris spent a few days this week with Mr and Mrs Emden of 1913 Commcrc3 street Mr and Mrs Jonas Levy chaperoned a party of young people to the circus Monday night In this issue will be found the ...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 15 October 1908

iU H L LIAJMli H lJJl8 gPl The outside world likewise has something to bury in Ilerzls grave It is the old old legend of the moneygrubbing Jew You will remember that before go ing cfT to the last Congresst I pleaded for the putting of our chiefs position and in deed the position of the whole movement upon an organ ized financial basis We could not forever be run by the voluntary labor of overworked professional men after office hours I said that if Mr Cham berlain and the Duke of Doven sliire could take a Cabinet salary so could our chiefs and council ors I saw all his friends saw that Herzl was lolling him self that he must be rescued from journalism not only be cause the movement demanded all his time and strength but be cause it suffered from his being tied to Vienna Once actually the Sultan sent for him and he could not go And as I had been advised if he could have spoken to America he would have had a million American Jews at his feet When I got to Basle I put all these conside...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 15 October 1908

The Jewish Herald Published Weekly by the HERALD PRINTING CO E GOLDBERG Gen Mgr 707 Fannin Street Phone 5G1G Subscription 100 per year THE J L C With the close of the holy sea son the Jewish Literary Society will resume its labors As every literary society in the world this one did a minimum of work dur ing the summer months but now finds itself ready to increase in its efforts for the coming yeai and do even better work thar the previous season Mere so cial pleasure though a constitu ent element of the organization is but a side issue the main work consists of the effort to improve the moral and religious welfare of its memebrs For though oui attainments be never so great there is always room for im improvement Last year s work was very suc cessful There was a series oi literary meetings with interest ing programs a neries cf de bates that required study on the iart of the debaters and most Jffl5fSSnt of all a series of les sons m Hebrew Bible and His tory which were made very in t...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 15 October 1908

f Sons Daughters Entertain A large attendance was pres ent at the literary meeting o the Sons and Daughters of Zion Society which was held at the Adath Yeshuran Synagogue on last Sunday evening Mr Arch ie II Cohen chairman of the Propaganda Committee presid ed over the affair and at the close of the program spoke of the pur pose of these meetings which the society hopes to present to the Jewish community from time to time The program was as follows Mr J L Aronson A Sketch of Dr Herzls Life Mr J Lamnovitz Our Holi days Miss Miriam Fold Current Events Mr A T Weiner Jewish Na tionalism Each number was delivered with much enthusiasm and an evening well passed was the gen eral verdict of all who were pres entDr Dr W Willner announced the tragic death o one who had been instrumental in establishing the first colonies in Palestine name ly the Pesach Tikwah a man who lived and died for his peo ple the late Joshua Stampfrer Heartfelt sympathies were ex pressed by all present and Dr Willner w...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 15 October 1908

r FOU 1 w > WT Eureka Laundry We Mend Your Clothes Old PJione56 PROVIDE SHELT Compounded Semiannually Paid on SAVINGS accounts For the wile and little ones it is a sacred duty But this usually involves a systematic plan ol saving and the habit of saving often has its beginning in a small savings account Wo gladly open accounts with those who apply 100 STARTS AN ACCOUNT enchants National Ban Congress and Main Capital and Surplus 40000000 OFFICERS C G PILLOT President T C DUNN Vice President J T MCCARTHY Cashier RANDON PORTER Asst Casdier m l H7H TTT r DIRECTORS J S RICE W T CARTER T M ROCKWELL IIYMAN LEVY FRANK ANDREWS C L NEUHAUS L B MENEPEE R E BROOKS J C HUTCHESON Jn W W CAMERON THOS II BALL JESSE H JONES W L ROGERS W F N DAVIS Wi M RICE TV J MOORE WILLIAM GREEN C K DUNLAP J O ROSS E M HOUSE J R STUART LEROY TRICE H N TINKER L > 4 iv yl Lknrl liffiyii 7 vfag a Phone 5646 707 Fannin Street MMI IItWU SystemServiceSuccess There is no element today more vital to the future progr...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 29 October 1908

VOL 1 v S mtxwtimm Hutchinson Grocery Co I ull 1 Inc of Kosher Meats and Sausage Alao Home Made Cakciand Drcnd Phone 3295512 WS GO TO 918 Preston Ave ENRY GREENFIELD with SHELTON AMES Phone 221 Writes every hind of insurance known It is bettor to hac insurance and not need it than to need insiuanee and not hae it Spencer Drug Co P B King Manager Houston Candy Kitchen CHAS PAVLOVICH Prop FINE FRENCH CANDIES 913 Congress Ae Old Phone 4421 Anton Dielil Conservatory of Music Cor Ruslc and Austin Op High School Faculty Equipment and Location the Veay Be > t Mzny free advantices Vio in Piano Voice Cornet Mandolin Dramatic Alt and SPECIAL COURSES IN iFRENCH Krocbcl Kindergarten Depart ment Phone Z150 INSURANCE Mr Life Accident Livestock Ponding and I lability B LITOWICH Phone 933 211 12 TravisSt LETM BTOBERGET Call Phones New 632 Old 1452 Hunts Old Phone 2925 Free Delivery 1 C DOBHRING Manufacturing Jeweler Not the Largeit Not the Oldest But the Beet v lOOT Conaran JCve JEWISH HERALD HO...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 29 October 1908

TiiiiLiiiinMHiilgiiniMlliiLiULj its Bo uses Gold Cream That Cures fcaps 25c per bo sam roused t THE MEDICINE MAN Main and Preston Avenue siiLv H Eureka Laundry We Mend Your Clothes Old Phone 6 < 3g M u w MaBMaaaMMaBa STsa v 6 A 4 Dentistry tint In proven i failure inthe hands of other dentists Or O HOWARD PAINLESS DENTISTRY 317 14 Main Street k Old Phone 5129 Houstons New Theatre coz With the Real Show 1018 Texas Ave Mr and Mrs Henry Balfour Teachers of vocal culture Only authoriecl teachers of the famou = T Sbriglia Method in Texas Formerly Tenor Soloisfo f I emplo Muuu Enieth St Louis Mo Studio 1212 Crawford Street Rhone 4361 Hair Dressing and Massage Parlors Are now located at 1017 12 Capi tol Avenue over Woman s Exchange 1 Remember the new homo Acrosj from Sub Post Office Most Beautiful Place in Houston The Jewish Herald V Advertisements If Pays to Bringthe Money Ye Clothes Shop sells clothes of distinction for Men and Young Men priced the all cash way at Five Naught Five Mai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 29 October 1908

r What Goyim Say Extract From the Presidents Address By Dr Harry Friedenwald In the year that has passed we have received our full measure of unfavorable criticism hostil ity and abuse It is still charged that we are looking backwards into the past We admit that we place the highest value unaf our history and the lessonlfpS teaches for the future and we acknowledge that historical con tinuity is our greatest asset and the basis of our hopes We are told that our eyes are turned to ward the backward Orient and we answer that it is only there that the genius of our people will a ain reveal itself We recog nize that the Jews cannot live a normal Jewish life and develop along the lines of Jewish thought aitd ideals in a nonJewish en vironment Amid Christian sur roundings the fountain of Juda ism either becomes a stagnant pool or it runs dry The Zion ists are convinced that it is nec essary to establish a Jewish cen ter in Palestine where the Jews will have the opportunity within the near...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 29 October 1908

HHk The Jewish Herald Published Weekly by the HERALD PRINTING CO E GOLDBERG Gen Mgr 707 Fannin Street Phone 5G4G Subscription i00 per year THE OTHER SIDE Every now and then our at tention is attracted by the press of this or that community whose people are apparently deviating from the paths of righteousness Often when it is suggested fcc build a new house of worship there is a big hubbub the Cry of waste of money Again when a club builds or suggest the building of palatial quar ters Why it will be only a gam blinjr den for the rich Or wher some improvement is suggest ed of benefit to ourselves anc a pride to the community there is always some howl why i should not be That all communities are la boring to get the best there is Of life is not to be questioned foi they certainly do Every com munity that has a congregatioi finds the rich and poor doin their share towards that congre gation Certainly the rich should be called on to contribute more than the man of lesser means and more t...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 29 October 1908

Furniture Built to Btknd WAD DELLS Furniture and Floor Coverings W F PULSi DresePoiaitry Fresh Eggs Phones 920 and 4121 F > Delivery City Market Mistrot tan Co The fastest growing Department Store in the State of Texas Originators Leaders First in Everything Cave k iPlunkett JEWELRS Solid Goods Only I I 017 Main Street Moving Storage and Transfer C C WILLIAMS Proprietor Office 60X Travis St Phones Old and ls > u 5oS Old Phono 091G Eureka Laundry We Mend Your Clothes Old Phone 565 LOCAL ITEMS Mr Alex Schwartz was in town Several days this week Mr Phillipowsky is ill at the Baptist Sanitarium Mrs Rqbert Blei of New York arrived in Houston Tuesday on fiQasit to relatives Mr Chas 3 Levin traveling out of Omaha is the guest of Chas M Kapner Mrs B Harris has moved from 711 Chenevert to 1911 Car oline street Miss Harriet Leviii3on who has been criticallyill is improv ing rapidly Mrs Ei Meyer of Baton Rouge La is the guest of Mrs Emmich of 1907 Preston street Miss Emma Goldberg and Mi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 29 October 1908

Friday evening at 8 oclock Rabbi Willner will deliver the first of his series of lectures on the Dogmas of Judaism To nights subejet Introductory Primitive Religions Definition of Religion Judaism Sabbath morning services begin at 8 S oclock childrens services at 10 The committee on arrange ments for the third annual Chanukah Charity Ball to be given by Herzl Lodge No 608 I OB B met Sunday after noon and selected chairmen for the various committees They are working in harmony and ex pect to make a big success of the affair Two valuable prizes will ba wardedto the two ladies sell ing he lurgest number of tick ets lt ill take place at Turner Hah D < cumber 29th Eureka Laundry We Mend Your Clothes Old Phone 555 Demonstration Office for Shin and Scalp Affection Dr Barnstein and members of Beth Israel congregation pre sented Mr Horton Corbete whose choir assisted in the dedi cation services with a mono gramme silver mounted silk um brella Tho Sunday school of Adath Veshira tfnihed tes...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 29 October 1908

t titeray Society Meets The first literary meeting of the season of the JewishLiter al y Society was held at Adath Yeshurun synagogue last Sun day afternoon and a large at tendance was present Mr H J Dannenbaum presided and the meeting commenced at 330 p m A treat in the way of an extra number was presented by Mr J L Aronson who read an original poem entitled Littl Miss Literary a sister poem Little Johnny Literary wK was publfshetl in thi3 paper a short time ago Mr S Lomanitz spoke on the Jew and Agriculture and pre sented data showing the < ews were agriculturists and loversof nature from the earliest Biblical periods to this very day His address was well received and the society hopes to hear from him again The next number a reading from Zangwill was read by Miss Nathan as Miss Jessie Stark who was originally on the pro gram but unable to take part owing to a severe cold Miss Na than gave a splendid reading of the Rose of the Ghetto and war heartily applauded Next Mr Dannenbau...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 29 October 1908

Eureka Laundry We Mend Your Clothes Old Phone 565 PROVIDE SHELTER For the wile and little ones it is a sacred duty But this usually involves a systematic plan of saving and the habit of saving often has its beginning in a small savings account We gladly open accounts with those who apply 100 STAETS AN ACCOUNT Compounded Semiannually Paid on SAVINGS accounts erchants National Bank Congress and Main Capital and Surplus 40000000 OFFICERS C G PILLOT President T C DUNN Vice President J T MCCARTHY Cashier RANDON PORTER Asst Casdier Council of Jewish Women Continued fiom page 2 ation of Jewish women which is so truly representative in char acter We should have many more sections We should have no less than 20000 members throughout the country If our Jewish women who are working in other lines realized its import ance and its standing both in the United States and in Europe they would realize that to be a part of it is not only a duty and a pleasure but an honor We desire to have with us as...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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