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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 February 1897

I?INE CREAMS AND LS ™» parties 010 phone <£ - 525 East Broad Street, till he has the Nicest Line of PIES, CANDY, CIGARS, TOBACCO, PIPES and MINERAL WATERS to Be Found in Richmond. Catering in all its Branches . .. ut-bf-Town Orders Shipped Promptly. . . . A . _, __. , _—- _'* i_r ... Harris' Anti-Dyspeptic Water.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 February 1897

I MAY REDUCE THE AMOUNT. HE DISTRICT GRAND LODGE AGREES TO ISSUE FOUR GRADES OF CERTIFICATES. I Increase in Rate, But Assessments to be Levied. Ip DETAILED REPORT OF THE PROCEEDIINGS OF BOTH DAYS. The District Grand Lodge. No. 5, B'ne B'rith h.is sposed of the endowment question tor two years, f It has decided to allow members to reduce their Certificates, if they so desire, to $750, $500, or $ >50, on which the payments are to he $13.50, $9 and $4.50 per annum respectively. Thi Endowment Board is also given the power to levy such additional assessments ;n are neel :d from time to time. I Below will be found the proceedings of that body which met mi Baltimore last Tuesday morning and adjourned y\\mii '. day night: FInST DAY'S SESSION. I The Grand Lodge was called to order by the President, Brother Julius Straus. Brother Haas was calle 1 to the First Vice-President's chair, and Brother m Salabes, of Baltimore, was appointed secretary pro tern. Brothers Behrend, Crockin, S....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 February 1897

SYDNOR & fIUNDLEY, A Royal Stock of Artistic— FURNITURE. 711 @ 713 EAST BROAD STREET. as Low as Consistent with Square Dealing.

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 February 1897

nent Sinking Fund shall be reduced to a sum not exceeding (85,900 the Board of Trustees of said Fund shall assess equally ipon every member of the Endowment Fund an amount sufflnent to meet the endowments that may be due." The Board desires further to announce that at its last fneeting held Febuary 8, 1897 it was compelled to assess upon every member of the Endowment Fund the sum of $3 for the year 1897. The Board also calls to the attention of this District Grand Lodge the sudden death of Brother S. S. Nyburg, its late Secretary and Treasurer, whose services in behalf of the Independent Order B'ne B'rith, of this District Grand Lodge, of this Board of Trustees, of the Endowment Sinking Fund—whose loyal devotion to the principles and sentiments represented by the Order are held in grateful remembrance. The Board has sot aside upon its mimutes a page whereon to chronicle the death of the departed Brother. The committee appoinied to examine the books of the late Secretary and Treasure...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 February 1897

Has a brother, notified to show cause why he should not be suspended for non-payment of dues, the right to pay th« lecretary part, or must he pay all his indebtedness ? " Answer.— Until the issuance of a summons to appearand ■how cause why he should not be suspended, the brother has Ihe right to make partial payments, but that right is forfeited after the issuance of the summons. But the Lodge may ac©t pt partial payment if the majority of the members present at the meeting where such payment is tendered do so determine. "Can endowment certificates be issued to some of its nembers payable to ' legal heirs ?' " We decided that the laws of the Grand Lodge and the arti lies of incorporation would not admit of same. In addition. he committee received from various lodges communications l»king if the names of members could be changed upon endowment certificates, and we replied in all cases that upon furnishing certified evidence that the names had been changed by Hfoper process of law in ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 February 1897

THE JEWISH SOUTH. A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF JUDAISM. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HERBERT T. EZEKIEL, Editor and Pub isher. 826 East Main Street. Subscription, $1 per annum, in advance. Single Copy, Five Cents Advertising Rate, 50 cents per inch. "Entered at the Pout-Office. Richmond. Va .as second class matter. We are rather disappointed with the dispositionit cannot be called a settlement—made by the District Grand Lodge B'ne B'rith, of the endowment question. In grading certificates at the same old rate of $18 per annum per thousand, which has proved so dis astrously insufficient in the p.ast, they are but simply temporizing. Two years hence the entire matter will have to be gone over again. The action taken reminds us very much of the man who could make a profit on selling goods at cost because he sold so many of them. The Grand Lodge expects to make $18 enough by cutting the certificate and assessment into fractions. There can be no doubt of the fact that small certificates wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 February 1897

this city grows stronger each visit. To correct a former error we are requested to state [that Mrs. S.J. Binswangcr is vice-president and Mrs. I Moses May treasurer of the Ladies' Hebrew Benevoilent Association. After spending a short time with his daughter, I Mrs. Emanuel Hecht, of Baltimore, Mr. Isaac Sycle, lof this city, is now visiting his son-in-law, Mr. Isaac ■Hirsch, of Chicago. News has been received here of the death in Washlington of Mr. William Saks, father of Messrs. AnIdrew and Isadore Saks and Mrs. A. Heckheimer. ■Mr. Saks was 92 years of age. A portion of the tin roofing of the Beth Ahaba &ynagogue was blown off by the high wind of SaturSday last. This is the third time that this portion of building has been damaged by the elements. Mr. Myer Kraker, a brother of Mr. Julius Kraker jpf this city and a former resident of Richmond, died his home in Troy, N. V., on Saturday last. The was about 74 years of age, and left a widow and several children. The committ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 February 1897

Foreign News. AUSTRALIA. The Self Denial Fund, initiated by Jewish ladies in Sydney,, to assist the finances of the synagogue, resulted in nearly £700. Mr. Joseph Sternberg, M. L. C, of Bendigo, has been elected Provincial Grand Master of the Order of Odd Fellows for the Bendigo District. The Sydney Jewish Education Board, in 'its last published report, states that the number of children on the roll has been 317 (161 boys and 156 girls). The receipts amounted to £510, which includes a subsidy of £150 from the Great Synagogue. AUSTRIA-HUNGARY. The president of the Jewish community of Vienna, Herr Gustav Simon, died there on January 13. An international exhibition of newspapers will shortly take place in Buda-Pesth in aid of the Royal Hungarian Blind Institution, for Jews and Christians. The honorary president is Dr. Ignacz Pivar, director of the institution, and the president of the committee is Herr Josef Spitzer, a journalist in Buda-Pesth. According to the Year Book of soldiers in...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 February 1897

■oppressive laws of their own country, are compelled to seek an asylum in this country, the refuge of the Oppressed. From the earliest dawn of our country's history up to the present period there has been no bass of citizens more patriotic, intelligent, sober and industrious than those of the Jewish faith. As I have Abundantly shown in my book, called "The American Jew as a Soldier, Patriot and Citizen," they have in gvery walk of life, civil as well as military, contributed to the upbuilding of this nation, made personal And collective sacrifices, and have ever been at the forefront of the civilizing influences which underlie this great republic, and this bill, which you have before you, aims a direct and fatal blow to the immigration of this very class whose official representative lam. This bill is being rushed and hurried through by a clamor that is ignorant and prejudiced and conceived in a spirit antagonistic to the real interests of the Ame.ican people. I never advocated, nor...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 February 1897

10 TTIILC JCD'WUftH QOim-l/ Norfolk News. Mrs. Robert Marcus has returned home after a delightful visit to this city. Mrs. Max Nusbaum has returned to her home in Baltimore. Mr. David Frankel, of Ha Tipton, Va., was in the city on Tuesday evening. Mr. Max Pincus left on a trip Monday night for the South. Mr. A. Cohen has returned from Baltimore. Mr. Sidney Nusbaum is in Baltimore on business. The usual weekly hop of the Montefiore Club was a very enjoyable affair. Mr. Irvin Rosenbaum has returned home after a three weeks' visit to the North. He has connected himself with the new firm of Maurice Brandt & Co., of Portsmouth. Messrs. G. Sycle and William Goodman, of Richmond, were in the city this week. The germ an of the Montefiore Club on Thursday night next will be one of the best of the season. Many new figures will be introduced. Mr. and Mrs. A. Aronheim, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Spandour, Messrs. Jacob Hecht, I. Moritz, J. B. Lowenberg, and H. Crockin, members of the local ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 February 1897

Mrs. M. Kaufman will entertain the L. H. B. S. next Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. M. Adler, of Cincinnati, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Benjamin Baer. Mr. L. L. Kaufman left Sunday for a business trip East. JEWISH CONVERTS. In the year 1731, a pamphlet of seventy two . pagts was published at Cologne, entitled " The curious life, astonishing death, and remarkable funeral of the Curatorio Jens Gederson Gedeloeck, of Copenhagen, who lived as a Christian, but died an unbelieving Jew, on the first day of Easter, the day of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The strange event connected with it was published to the curious world by I. H. K." The therein mentioned J. G. Gedeloeck was accused of having turned from the Christian to the Jewish religion, as he had not attended communion for five years, observed Saturday instead of Sunday as a day of rest, communicated a great deal with Jews, and lived according to their customs. And on his deathbed he refused communion and expressed doubt about Chri...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 February 1897

Norfolk News. Mrs. Robert Marcus has returned home after a delightful visit to this city. Mrs. Max Nusbaum has returned to her home in Baltimore. Mr. David Frankel, of Hampton, Va., was in the city on Tuesday evening. Mr. Max Pincus left on a trip Monday night for the South. Mr. A. Cohen has returned from Baltimore. Mr. Sidney Nusbaum is in Baltimore on business. The usual weekly hop-of the Montefiore Club was a very enjoyable affair. Mr. Irvin Rosenbaum has returned home after a three weeks' visit to the North. He has connected himself with the new firm of Maurice Brandt & Co., of Portsmouth. Messrs. G. Sycle and William Goodman, of Richmond, were in the city this week. The germ an of the Montefiore Club on Thursday night next will be one of the best of the season. Many new figures will be introduced. Mr. and Mrs. A. Aronheim, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Spandour, Messrs. Jacob Hecht, I. Moritz, J. B. Eowenberg, and H. Crockin, members of the local lodge B'ne B'rith. left last S...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 February 1897

Mrs. M. Kaufman will entertain the L. H. B. S. next Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. M. Adler, of Cincinnati, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Benjamin Baer. Mr. L. L. Kaufman left Sunday for a business trip East. JEWISH CONVERTS. In the year 1731, a pamphlet of seventy two . pages was published at Cologne, entitled " The curious life, astonishing death, and remarkable funeral of the Curatorio Jens Gederson Gedeloeck, of Copenhagen, who lived as a Christian, but died an unbelieving Jew, on the first day of Easter, the day of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The strange event connected with it was published to the curious world by I. H. K." The therein mentioned J. G. Gedeloeck was accused of having turned from the Christian to the Jewish religion, as he had not attended communion for five years, observed Saturday instead of Sunday as a day of rest, communicated a great deal with Jews, and lived according to their customs. And on his deathbed he refused communion and expressed doubt about Chri...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 February 1897

If you are looking for a few special bargains you would do well to read this list, then come and see the goods for yourselves, or order a sample lot, and convince yourself that you can save some money _ —, Ritter's Catsup; finest in the land, quart bottle, 27c; pint, 18c ; %. pint, 12c. Blue Label Catsup, pint bottles, each 19c Choice California No. 3 Canned Cherries, Peaches, Apricots and Pears 4 for 70c Full Quart Bottle Purest Maple Syrup, was 50c, now. 39c Our 10c size Putz Pomade, 5c each, or per dozen 50c German Asparagus, in tall jars, were 75c, now 50c Large Can No. 3 Asparagus, fine quality 23c Asparagus Tips Rothschild's 3 lb. Package Prepared Buckwheat 12c Crystalized Ginger % lbs., fancy tins, now 23c California Peeled Fancy Peaches, per lb 18c Remember these prices are for goods ot the highest quality, and guaranteed as sucn in every particular. If you want the finest flour come and see me. Goods packed and put on train free. aTrOTHSCHIIvD, 507 Marshall, near sth Street...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 26 February 1897

ACADEMY OF MUSIC • Richmond, va. ' SATURDAY, February 27th, WEDNESDAY NIGHT, March 4th, FRIDAY U&£ *** » sn,i,h ■« - *«■ «p* e.oi rd c,;,». in his great play, in the Farce-Comedy, FridaY N j Krht and » BACHELOR'S ROMANCE. THE TWO JOHNS. SET. PENNINGTON. Parties coming to the Academy from Petersburg can have the night train held until 11:30 P. M. by making the request at the Box Office.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 26 February 1897

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 26 February 1897

HOME FOR THE AGED AND INFIRM. The annual meeting of the members of the Hebrew Home for the Aged and Infirm was held in the basement of the Beth Ahaba synagogue last Sunday evening. The attendance was not so large as usual, the weather being rather inclement. The reading of the president's report for the past year was the first business transacted. This paper was quite interesting, and stated that the total assets of the Home are now $12,793.93; that one bequest —that of the late Samuel Binswanger —was received during 1896; that the care of two additional beneficiaries had been assumed during that period; that a committee is now out and inquiring into the advisability of opening a home; that three life members —Mrs. P. Whitlock, J. Gans,and I. H. Kaufmanhad been received during the year. Appropriate reference was also made to the death, since the previous annual meeting, of Messrs. Samuel Binswanger, William Lovenstein, Mrs. S. B, Hunt, and Mr. H. Millhouser, of Fredericksburg, Va., ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 26 February 1897

A card party was given at the residence of Mrs. I. Lewenthall Friday evening, and was greatly enjoyed. Miss Jennye Welsh, after, spending two delightful weeks with Miss Manne.has returned to her home in Florence, S. C. Mr. Bassist, of Atlanta, Ga., and Mr. Ochs, of Baltimore, were in town. THE ROTHSCHILDS AND THE ARBITRATION TREATY. It is said that Lord Salisbury was influenced, first in the matter of the Venezuelan treaty and then of the general arbitration treaty, by the Rothschilds. When England and the United States were apparently about to come to blows over the alleged Venezuelan encroachments, Baron Rothschild is said to have gone to Salisbury with the advice that England should give up India and its South African possessions rather than to break friendship with the United States. In these interviews it came out that the house of Rothschild was better informed as to the resources and possibilities of the United States and the two Americas than even the Americans themselves. T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 26 February 1897

Norfolk News. Miss Arnold has returned to the city, and is the guest of Miss Rose Moritz. Mr. Isaac Campe is back home after an extended tour South. Dr. G. D. Levy spent Sunday with his parents in Richmond. Mr. M. Weinberg is in New York. Mr. and Mrs. B. Heller, of Duluth, Minn., are the guests of their brothers, Messrs. J. I), and M. Hoffheimer. Miss Florence Ezekiel, of Richmond, is the guest of Mrs. A. Hart, 120 Brown avenue. Among those present at the Morris-Lilienfeld wedding that we failed to mention were S. Miller, Newport News, and Captain J. B. Angle, Richmond, Va. Mr. Horace Hart spent Sunday in Lynchburg. The hop of the Montefiore Club Tuesday night was a brilliant success. 11 was preceded by a concert, given by our local talent, which was very much enjoyed. DIRECTORY OF THE JEWISH INSTITUTIONS OF NORFOLK. SYNAOOGUKS. OHEF SHALOM, Church street opposite Freemason—Rev. B. Eberson, rabbi ; I. Moritz, president. Services Friday evening at 8 o'clock, Sabbath and Holidays at 1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 26 February 1897

THE JEWISH SOUTH. A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF JUDAISM. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HERBERT T. EZEKIEL, Editor and Publisher. 82b East Main Street. Subscription, Si per annum, in advance. Single Copy, Five Cents Advertising Rate, 50 cents per inch. Entered at the l'ost-Olfiee, Richmond, Va ,as second class matter. THE OUTLOOK for uninterrupted peace during 1897 is not all that can be desired. Greece is still defying the other European Powers in Crete, and the situation between this country and Spain is daily becoming more strainc 1. Our Senate is demanding that our rights in Cuba shall be respected, and this of itself, on the threshold of a new administration, bodes no good for Spain. Constil-General Lee states openly that Americans in Cuba are subjected to every indignity. It cannot be reasonably supposed that this government is going to submit to this kind of treatment much longer. Exactly what Spain's idea is in exasperating this country is hard to tell. Its foolhardiness in delib...

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