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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 24 June 1909

Mutohlnson Grocery Co Full Line el Kosher Meats and Sausago A loo Homo Made Caltaa and Bread Phone 3295512 HUNT DRUGS Cor McGowan and Crawford FREE DELIVERY OLE PHONE 2925 NEW PHONE 225 Suits to Measure United Woolen Mill 310 Fannin 212 MAIN 1203 Congress George Beach Commercial Photographei Phone 3046 1017 Capitol DR G T SPEARMAN Specialist In Diseases of the Skin Nervous System and Private Diseases of Men and Women Office 228229230 Mason Building Houston Tcsa Capital 250000 HOUSTON Brazos Hotel EUROPEAN PLAN Opposite Grand Central Depot BATES 100 UP HOUSTON LIVERY SALES STABLE FIRSTCLASS RIGS ON SHORT NOTICE Phone 4428 Houston Texas The Houston Optical Co The Latest in jEvtry Thing Optical 505 MAIN STREET THE JEWISH HERALD LEWYNS NO PelioaJ 20 Year In the ffltrket Very Ef- fective XUc Box 3 for 50c At LEWYNS DRUG STORE 506TrlvU St Houston Texas JAS BUTE CO WALL PAPER PAINTS AND GLASS HOUSTON T2XA3 apll LO INEEDA DRUG STORE Complete stock of both Edison and Victor records and machi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 24 June 1909

LL 4 4 l7ff ll el rv TvV p v THE JEWISH HERALD HOUSTON TEXAS JUNE 24 1909 A RETROSPECTIVE REVERIE Read at the Fourth Annual Conention Texas Continued from last week This state of affairs continued for five years Turkey led the Zionists to believe that she would pait with this narrow strip of land if she could secure her price that it could easily be walled off from the balance of the Turkish Empire She pointed out the fact that the country was very valu- able on account of its relative posi- tion being midway between Europe Asia and Africa and in close proxim- ity with the busy Suez Canal the point where the East and West unites Not only was the country valuable did Turkey claim for its admirable lo- cation but on account of its fertility its rich mineral resources and its beautiful climate At last the day did arrive when Turkey through dire necessity grew impatient and finally fixed a price for the desired piece of soil and oh how well 1 remember the day Alas it would have seemed t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 24 June 1909

rible The police gave the serfs the opportunity to plunder pillage rob beat tear limb from limb and those who did escape could scarcely sur- vive the torture They walked into tlie gates of Jerusalem in as sorrow- ful a manner as did our fathers leave the city over two thousand years ago But their courage and determination supplied them with their fittest instru- ments of success They heard the winds from afar murmur glad tidings and a ray of hope suddenly lit up their countenance when they stepped on their own soil Careworn and sor- rowful faces lighted up with Gods own benignity for never was there a time when they could own soil only the six feet given to every mortal on his death Would that I could blot this picture from my mind Then the scene changed and a Aision more brilliant illuminated the horizon Ships landed bringing tem- porary sojourners from America hap- py hearted earnest workers men and women bent on accomplishing for mankind what could be accomplished with brain and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 24 June 1909

ffpjplfl their religion aa scrupulously as does any Christian sect they take care of their poor and needy without asking puhlic alms and if they are in a meas- ure segregated it is because racial and religious prejudices drives them to it Socially they foregather among them- selves and get the best there is out of life They unite pride with knowl- edge they glory in their history they have infinite faith in their traditions they practice their creed If God ere worshipped in every church as devoutly as He is in the synagogue if > Christian rites were al- ways as earnest and sincere as are those of the temple if there weie less sneering at Hebrews and larger profit by their suggestions the community would gain not lose Dayton Ohio Journal O B A ELECTS The regular meeting of the O B A was held Sunday A very large gath- ering were present on account ot there being election The following oificers will serve for the ensuing term Piesident Joe Tiras Vice President B Juran Recording Secr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 24 June 1909

Published Weekly by the HERALD PRINTING COMPANY E GOLDBERG Prop 616 Faanln Street Phone SS3S 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 1908 at the postoffice at Houston Texas unsr the Act of March B 1879 The Bible may or may not be in- spired but as literature it has great- ly shaped modern thought and ex- pression Jewish solidarity is lasting where it is logical and it is logical when religious k ligious Cards are proper as a method of recreation but not when the only method Those who loudest lament the pass- ing the old order are not the first to follow after it Every rpjee had a start and may have an end It should endure until its mission is fulfilled These are the days when the editor fain would join in the rabbinical flight to colder climes All the religions of modern times are of oriental origin which seems to jus- tify the Zionistic program Conferences and c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 24 June 1909

< siftpy N MJf w t A good time for everybody at Del monioos July 4 Miss Hortence Blum has gone to Galveston to visit friends Abe Grumbach left Monday for Gal- veston to visit for a week Mr and Mrs Ben Levy left Monday night for a trip to the northwest Mrs W L Coleman went to Ft Woith Wednesday for a short visit Mr Victoi Rosenwasser of La- Grange visiting Mr and Mrs H Gross- man Mis Goot of San Antonio is the guest of Mrs Karkowsky of 412 Mc- Kinney Miss Goldie Levy has returned home after a pleasant visit in New Orleans Eugene Chimene left Thuisday to visit his grand parents W H Opet at Yoakum Mis Jake Karotkin and son of San Antonio are the guests of Mr and Mrs A Karp Mrs Ben Cohen and Mrs Solomon will leave in a tow days for a vi3it to San Antonio Rev H B Leiberman will leave July 3rd for Boston where he will spend the summer Mrs Leo Jacobs of Teague spent a few days in town the guest of her sister Mrs I B Jacobs The tailor shop of Aaron Jones known as the Tailor for the Chaps...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 24 June 1909

JEWELRY COMPANY Co Main and Praine SOLICITS YOUR BUSINESS HENRY J DANNENBAUM ATTORNEYATLAW 501 2 Houston Land Trust Building HOUSTON TEXAS plies Schaeffer Photo Supply Co 1011 CAPITOL AVENUE Phones Old 50 Robischuiif Bros Plumbers and Steam Fitters 1609 Congress Avccus Houston Tsjras Furniture Repairers Furniture packed and crated All kinds of stoves icpaircd iron beds reenameled mattresBes renovated mirrors replated Lawn Mowers repaired and sharp- ened Lawn Swings Porch Chairs Screen doors and win- dows repaired and painted 1633 Dallas Ave Old Phone 6S91 Smol YOUNG FRITZ ALL HAVANA 5c CIGAR Browne Commission Company distributors 913 Commerce Street HOUSTON TEXAS THE JEWISH HERALD SCHLOSSBERGGREEN Mr Louis Schlossberg and Miss Sadie Green were mutil in mairl e- at the Orthodox Jewish Synagogue Sunday evening in San Antonio The Synagogue was a veritable Ed- en being pvofusoly decorated with cut flowers palms and pot plants Messrs Nelson Lytle and Cydil Dalkowitz ushers J G Saunders C...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 24 June 1909

t i wps ii wiff5PWiPwy w > ii m imwv T yjrriwww v wore gold orescent pins while the grooms attendants were remembered with gold stickpins As a recessional Mendelssohns wed- ding march was played After the cere- mony a reception and banquet was held at the New Park Hotel after which Mr and Mrs Hart left amid a shower of rice and good wishes on the mid- night train for a tour of Colorado The wedding gifts were numerous and costly and a more beautiful dis- play could hardly be imagined The outoftown guests were Mr and Mrs S L Hart Mr Abe Hart Miss Goldye Hart Mrs Aaron Mr Isadore Friedlander of Waco Mrs Barney Pearlstone of Palestine and Mr Ju- lius Pearlstone of Palestine Mr and Mrs R Kleinsmith and daughters of Victoria Mr Dave Kleinsmith and Mr Lillie Lyons of Yokum Mr Sam Schwartz of Shiner Misses Annie and Ray Nathan Mr Mansfield Schwartz and Mr Gus Myers of Houston Mr and Mis J Nathan Messrs Ralph Isa dore and Louis Nathan Mr and Mrs M D Nathan Misses Christine and Ethel Davis...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 24 June 1909

Y M H A < Continued from page 4 bers to warrant an organization the- Y M 0 A is being supplanted by an orgaization for the Jewish boy along Jewish lines and it is no reflection npon the Y M G A but rather a com- pliment that its work its benefits and its purposes are of so high a purpose that it is worthy of being duplicated in the for mof the Young Mens He- brew Association The time is ripe and the community large enough pow- erful enough to sustain and operate and for a foundation for such an insti- tution Take the Jewish Literary So- ciety While confining itself up to the present time with merely attempting to strengthen the Jewish mind create a feeling of sociability offering the ele- vating influences of its surroundings needs but a spark to set in motion the wheels of activity which will result in the erection in the city of Houston of a monument to the advancement protec- tion elevation and creation of pure Jewish thought strengthening of the mind and of the body and becom...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 24 June 1909

m > BUICK > > BUICK Buick s have more real goability more real durability more honest everyday hard service for less money and less trouble than any other c r on the American market Be sure to compare our cars and what they have done are doing and will do with other ma- chines that cost anywhere from 500 to 1000 more and you will give us your order every time Come in and see us and our machines at our new place 1020 Capitol Phone Preston 2784 Etfllck Aifltoroo03Bi < e Company BUICK i Delicious DRINK Refreshing I 5c IN BOTTLES 5c 1 I x 1 5

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 1 July 1909

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

Hutchinson Grocery Co Full Line ol Kosher Meats and Sausage Also Home Made Calces and Bread Phone 3295512 Suits to Measure United Woolen Mills 310 Fannin 203 Congress George Beach Commercial Photographei Phone 8U40 1017 Capitol DR G T SPEARMAN Specialist In Diseases of the Skin Nervous System and Private Diseases of Men and Women Office228229230 Mason Building Houtton Texa American National Bank Capital 250000 212 MAIN HOUSTON Brazos fiote EUROPEAN PLAN Opposite Grand Central Depot RATES S100 UP HOUSTON LIVERY SALES STABLE f FIRSTCLASS RIGS ON SHOR L NOTICE Phone 4428 Houston Texas The Houston Optical Co The Latest in Every- Thing Optical 505 MAIN STREET THE JEWISH HERALD LEWYNS DANDY ROACH POWDER NO Poison 20 Years In the Mjurkot Very Ef- fective 2Uc Box 3 for 50c At LEWYNS DRUG STORE S06Trivl St Houston Texas Complete stock of both Edison and Victor records and machines on hand We sell on easy payments maintain expert repair department guarantee satisfaction PHONE 4070 Res Phone 4...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 1 July 1909

li tiafcAfc tttm i r jwh v w favqrrF Jtffitifw WISH HOUSTON TEXAS JULY I 1909 tuted by other words of another people differing in character Thus Zangwill often has recourse to the original Jew- ish expressions as none other will ex- press the exact meaning The Ghetto itself due to external and into influences has undergone modifications and specializations and scenes portrayed in Mopees works are real no longer but are strange un- der present conditions The allegor- ical scenes depicted by Mendele Mucher Sphorim that attracted the youth of a generation ago are no long- er sought for by the present genera- tion It seems as if it were Ieserved for the latter to bequeath to the Ghetto the best the richest legacy of all his works His Grandson Scholem Ale ichm the Jewish Humorist or as he is often called the Jewish Mark Twain Jewish humor differs from that of any other people as joy from sorrow It is sweet herb immersed in poison a smile mingled with pain and agony a laugh whose echo is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 1 July 1909

L yW < y qTr WW < v WKx Wr m w yr T SS l THE MISSION OF JUDAISM The Mission of Judaism as de ilned by the Rev Dr Philipson Rab- bi of Temple Bene Israel Cincinnati and president of the Central Confer- ence of American Rabbis who preached at Temple Israel on Sunday a week ago The idea of the Jews being the chosen people still holds good but not in the way formerly supposed not for favoritism but for service and obligation The sraelites are servants of God to carry out the ideals of righteousness and justice The Mission of Judaism implies as a matter of course the mission of the Jew and is carried out only if every Jew will recognize his obliga- tion to be in the forefront ot every endeavor for the betterment of man- kind and the furtherance of high ideals of religion and morality The Mission of Judaism therefore is to be understood in a broad uni- versal sense For this reason the Jews are scattered throughout the world Judaism then will not end in a small political state in the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 1 July 1909

THE JEWISH HERALD SOUTH TEXAS SAN ANTONIO NEWS Miss Sarah Siegel of Houston is vis- iting here Miss Emma Cohen left Saturday for Corpus Christi where she will spend the summer with her sister Mrs I Joseph The engagement of Miss Goldstein of Fort Worth and Mr Harry Budow of this city has been announced Miss Dolly Kauiman left Wednesday for New York where she will spend some time visiting relatives Mrs A Marcus and little son of Houston are visiting relatives here Miss Zonie Jaffer leaves Tuesday and will sail Wednesday from Galves- ton on the Concho for New York where she will spend several months Mrs M Friedman and son Meyer left last week for a trip to California While they are away they will visit Seattle and Denver Mr Henry Friedlander has returned home from Mexico Mr and Mrs Alton Copeland and Miss Marie Jaffee have gone to Galves- ton to visit friends Mr and Mrs Hirsh and son left Sat- urday for Galveston Mrs E M Goldstein and daughters Misses Sadie Rachael Adeliade leave Monda...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 1 July 1909

THE JEWISH HERALD Published Weekly by tho HERALD PRINTING COMPANY E GOLDBERG Prop 610 Faanln Street Phone E33S Subscription 150 per year All communications for publication rauBt reach the eifice not later than Wednesday at 6 p m Entered aasecond class matter No- vember 20 1908 at the postoHlce at Houston Texas under the Act of March S 1879 THE GOOD OLD SUMMER TIME There is something radically wrong in a religious system which practically closes its house of worship for three months of the year If public devo- tion is a duty one Friday evening why may it he neglected on other Friday evenings This is primarily a ques- tion for rabbis to answer and remedy If doors can be closed in summer be- cause of heat they can be closed in winter because of cold or for any other reason of personal convenience Christians show us that it is possible to hold services all the year and the Jew also can do the possible If pub- lic worship is a benefit its omission for a period must be a detriment BIBLE R...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 1 July 1909

i l 7Wy r > c Arthur Hirsch left during the week for Mexico Mrs S Slier has gone to Marlin for a few weeks Paul Weinberger left Tuesday for Mineral Wells Mrs A W Freyer and daughter are visiting in Yoakum Mr M Lewis of Rosenberg Texas spent Sunday in town Mrs I G Gerson has returned from a visit to Nacogdoches We will celebrate our first birthday with a special edition Mrs L Rosenwald is in New Or- leans visiting her father Miss Esther Levy of Victoria is the guest of Miss Annie Wagner Mr Sam Stern of San Antonio spent a few days in town this week Mrs Jules Hirsch and daughter Ro- setta left this week for Virginia Mr Julius Edel left Monday for New Orleans sailing for New York Sam Roseustein of Hearne was the guest of Mrs B Harris and family From an advertising standpoint our special edition will be par excellence Every Jew in Texas will read it Mr and Mrs Leon Emmich have re- turned from a visit to their parents Mr and Mrs Arons at Marlin Mr Harry Maltz has just returned from Vi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 1 July 1909

J J SWEENEY JEWELRY COMPANY Co Main and Prame SOLICITS YOUR BUSINESS HENRY J DANNENBAUM ATTORNEYATLAW 5012 Houston Land Trust Building HOUSTON TEXAS Schaeffer Photo Supply Co 1011 CAPITOL AVENUE Phones Old 664 Robischung Bro efs s 1609 Coragreaa Avenus Houston Tfijraa Smoke YOUNG FRITZ ALL HAVANA 5c CIGAR Browne Commission Company distributors 913 Commerce Street HOUSTON TEXAS HERRLE Choice Beef Mutton Poultry and Eggs Old Phone 3644 1616 CLAY Phone Your Order y THE JEWISH HERALD Mr Max Landa ot Ilallettsville spent Sunday in Houston the guest of his aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs M J Nathan Mrs H Weil and daughter Minnie left this week for Victoria to be gone several weeks to visit her sister Mrs Max Beltin Items for these columns are not con- sidered advertising and no charge is made for insertion of same Send us all your news Master Bernie Goodman and Miss Reha Jacobs came homo this week from Beaumont where they have been visiting their aunt Mr and Mrs J Goldstein Mr and Mrs Sol Levy ...

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

1 STOLPIN CALLS JEWS HEATHEN St Petersburg Premier Stoly pin spoke In the Duma recently in defense of the government draft of a law dealing with the matter of chang- ing from one faith to another and against the modifications removing all restrictions introduced in committee He said that the Czar as head of the ofrthodox church vshould not suffpr backsliding from the orthodox to non Christian beliefs and that if such amendments were incorporated the bill would be vetoed He defined the rela- tions between church and state He conceded that the church enjoyed full independence in matters of creed and dogma but insisted on state control The classing by the premier of persons of the Jewish faith and Mohammedans with heathens excited indignation among the Centrists and Progressives among whom are Jews or Mohamme dans It is announced that Rev H B Lieb erman will hold special cantorial serv- ices Friday night July 2 the last be- fore his departure for the summer OBITUARY MARKS MARX On June ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 1 July 1909

rpw wore united iu marriage by Rabb < Henry Cohen who owing to his great affection and esteem lor the bride postponed his usual summer trip for three weeks that he might perform the ceremony w The Temple of Honor Hall was pret- tily decorated for the occasion when promptly at G30 the wedding march irom Lohengrin was beautifully rend- ered by Miss Florence Bonart was the signal for the entrance of the bridal party First came the tiny ribbon bearers the little Misses Borschow nieces of the bride followed by the brides maids and gioomsmen Misses Esther Ast of Houston Clara Zinn Bertie Saslovsky and Rose Gordon Messrs S T Zmn S S Rudnick of Beaumont J Litowich of Houston and Harry Kramer These weie followed by the bride on the arm of her father the groom and the brides mother who were in turn followed by Mr and Mrs Meyer Borschow of Ft Woith and Mr and Mis E Borschow The bride looked very sweet being daintily gowned in white with veil held in place by orange blossoms and carry- ing a...

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