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

HE JBWI MORE EXTENSIVE SOUTHERN IMMIGRATION Mr Henry Herman of New York a well known author newspaper and magazine writer has been placed in charge of the Jewish Immigration In- formation Bureau at Galveston as man- ager Mr Berman acompanied by his wife arrived Tuesday a week ago and has taken up the active duties of his office which is in the building on the corner of Twentyfifth and Mechanic streets With the period of depression grad- ually dimlinishing over the whole coun- try said Manager Berman the op- portunity for the immigrant is grow- ing In the distribution of the Jewish immigrants > by our system we have been careful not to bring a burden to bear upon the native citizens or take work from them and give it to the aliens arriving from a foreign land At present however tlie general pros- perity of the southwest is so marked that we believe a greater number of the Jewish immigrants can b e located than ever before and that a new record in that direction will be established...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 9 September 1909

TEXAS NEWS WACO The Girls Bridge Club met at the beautiful Levinski home Wednesday morning Miss Edith Levinski being the hostess Every comfort and atten- tion was shown the guests a delight- ful cold luncheon served and an en- joyable morning participated in by the club members First prize was won by Miss Raohel Strauss second prize by Miss Elsie Haber The club meets next week with Miss Gussie Landman y Mr A Friedman is at home after spending a few days in Houston Mr and Mrs L S Katz have returned from Mineral Wells and are at home at the State House Miss Bella Beer is home from a trip east Mr Hyman Waulfe Levine was shaking hands with relatives and friends here last week Mr Meyer Harris of Fort Woith is the guest of the J Davidson household Miss Bes sye Cohen leturned this morning after two months visiit in the east A large crowd attended the musical garden party given under the auspices of the Sons and Daughters of Zion at the Adelman home on North Fifth street The lawn was provid...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 9 September 1909

Up twnjnnrv jB f > r ntny fl iwi > r J7 Despite the warm weather quite a large attendance was had at the last literary meeting of the Jewish Liter- ary Society and judging from the opinion of those present the meet- ing was an enjoyable one The readings were well selected the execution good and the society hopes bnat this will mark the begin- ning of a series of interesting as well as instructive programs Mr Bergman of Waco who was here hi blie interest of the Waco Jewish Literary Siciety to be took the floor for a few moments in praise and critic- ism and should this organization meet with the success that the San Antonio and itlie Houston societies have met with we will be able to say with no small ibut we hope pardonable amount of pride that the first literary whiff that spread its contagion to these and we hope other cities started in Hous- ton three years ago We hope that the bard of our society prophesied cor- rectly when he said that the Jewish Literary Society of Houst...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 9 September 1909

THE JEWISH HERALD Published Weekly by HERALD PRINTING COMPANY E GOLDBERG Editor Phone 5333 Preston 61G Fannin St Subscription 1 50 per year Foreign 200 per year All communications for publication must reach this office not later than 900 a m Wednesday Entered as second class matter No- vember 20 190S at the postoffice at Houston Texas under the Act of March 3 1879 5670 A M 1909 New Years EveWednescday Sept 15 Yom Kippur Saturday Sept 25 First Day of Succoth Thursday Sept 30 Shemini Atzereth Thursday Oct 7 Simchath Torah Friday Oct 8 llosh Chodesh Cheshvan Saturday Oct 1G Rosh Chodesh Kislev Sunday Nov 14 First Day of Hanukah Wednesday Dec 8 Rosh Chodesh Tebet Monday Dec 13 Doing an injury puts you below your enemy revenging one makes you even with him forgiving it sets you above him Be civil to all many familiar with one enemy to none serviceable to tew tiiend to Work as if you were to live a hun die d years pray as if you were to die tomoriow A wise man will desire no more than wha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 9 September 1909

Ik m J J SWEENEY JEWELRY COMPANY Co Main and Prairie i SOLICITS YOUR BUSINESS f When Shopping Stop at Rest and re is h ycur elves Everything guaranteed Pure fruit flavors Main and Tews and 305 Main St J t + tgtfg Phones Old 504 obischunf Bro Plumbers and 1609 Congress Avcnut Houston Tpr > EYE SIGHT SPECIALIST 61 7 Main St Houston Texas C K P IP SIGNS AND ADVERTISING NOVELTIES OF ALL KINDS JONESREDAN CO 407 SCANLAN BLDG PHONE 159 Tlia THWISH HFRALD LOCAL ITEMS Mv A Klein oC New York is visit Ofing his siscr Mis M Z Susholz Dr Ilanifatein spent Monday in Gal- veston the guest of Rabhi Cohen Miss Coilime Fisher is home again after a pleasant vacation in Beaumont Mr Walter Asher left Tuesday on a three months business trip Mr lBenno Schnitzel1 has returned home after several months spent in New York Mr and Mrs A Sihaperio and son Julian of Oakwoods are visiting Mr y and Mrs A Cohen Mrs L M Rich has moved to 210S Main stret where she will be pleased to see iher friends Mr and Mrs lule...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 9 September 1909

Phone Preston 45 Smoke YOUNG FRITZ ALL HAVANA 5c CIGAR Browne Commission Company DISTRIBUTQRS 913 Commerce Street 315 Louisiana Street HOUSTON TEXAS WANTED 100 Per Gallon Delivered THE JEWISH HERALD bailors mxh jiljttintttfors To Men Who Care 005 Preston Avenue THE NEW Compiled by the Young Ladies Sewing Circle Now ready for delivery Books may be obtained through any member of the Sewing Circle or The Jewish Herald PRICE 50c 616 Fannin St You to know that Every body eats JONES COGSWELLS Phone Preton 4350 PIANOS and ORGANS I DIRECT FROM FACTORY AT FACTORY PRICES We Want You to Try Our Made in Texas for this Climate We guarantee our instruments for twentyfive years Our great free offer of a Reedophone Church Organ is the most lib J proposition ever made by a factory eral Southern Piano and Organ Factory Houston Texas We cordially invite the public to inspect our Piano and Organ Factory Take Frunner or ty Heights car get off at Southern Pacific R R crossing go two blocks to the right M...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 9 September 1909

f < v + iyfw w i evening The houss and galeries were decorated in ferns and cut flowers and Japanese lanterns Singing danc- ing and music toeing the entertainment o the evening A salad course was served which was enjoyed by all pres- ent Those who enjoyed Mr and Mrs Levys ihospitality were Dr Henry Barnstein Messis and Mesdames B- Asher Sam Flaxman Morris Gimble Adolph Levy Mesdames Sol Bellitz Abe Asher i Rebecca Gelbhauf Sol Rosenfield Hulda Rosenfield Misses Ella Halff Olivia Pienie or Whaiton Noia Belitz Hettie Rosenfield Estelle Rosenfield Etta Gelbhaui Messrs I Rosenfield Milton Gimble Jlerbeit Gimble G Rosenfield M Rosenfield WESTHE1MERMARK NUPTIALS Last Sunday afternoon at o oclock at the home cf Rev and Mis J Hur witz 1311 Folk avenue Rev Dr Win- ner united in marriage Mis Esther Vutik and Adolph Westheimer The wedding was a veiy quiet affair only the immediate lelatives of the con tacting parties being piesen t After the ceremony Mrs Hurwitz served a delicious lepast an...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 9 September 1909

Jerusalem He made the following col- lections Davidson 35c J Horwitz 100 U Schlanger 30c Arensteiu 25c to Lewis G5c Lurie 50c Abramson SOc Colman 50c A Cohen 30a to J Scihlom Soc S Freundlich 50c to Nathan 200 R Dow 50c to Klin berg 40c Ph Ilurvitz 105 S Pren sky 50c M M Goidon 175 1 Hlea den 50c M Ditch 100 E Sachs 50c Solomon GOc M Rosenstok 5Cc M Zax 65c Greenfield 100 S Greenfield 100 1 Hiisch 50 > c J Edelstein 100 Mis Cohen 130 I Epstein 50c J Bass 35c Davis G5c O Juran GOc Sheinock 30c Ph Weinbeig 75c D Rottman 125 Henken 100 L Greenberg 100 J Levinschn 50c J Zeinfield 85c M Gharney 50c Rubenstein 50c Prager 100 L Goldman 25c Roohman 25c Hamer 100 P Goldstein SOc P Prensky 35c The above sums have been for- warded to the pioper authorities at Jeiusalem with the best wishes of the donors for a Happy New Year H B LEIBERMAN BOUQUET FOR THE TEXAS RABBIS There is still a notable lack oi rab- bis for the Reform congregations of smaller towns where the salaiies are ficm 900 to 120...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 9 September 1909

V A CHILD OF POVERTY It had been hard enough when Jacob was well and working For the low- ering of wages kept cruel pace with the rise in the price of food But Mrs Hobowitz was brave until he fell ill Then she gave up and died as easilj as a withered leaf falls fiom a tiee Little Hattie Robowitz watched them cairy away the body of her mother and then turned to take up the bur- den wheie the older woman had let it tail The dilficulties were that theie was no food and no medicine and no money She could not leave her lath- er and go to woik so she made little oxemsions to beg for things to eat Still it was hardly beggaiy It will be letmned she told the neighbors When my papa is well he shall pay- back with money The neighbors were geneious but poor and occupied with their own troubles No one thought to suggest a doctor foi the invalid in the pititu baie room on Tnird avenue Hattie nursed him devotedly but Le wasted away By and by he lefus ed the lood that she biought lor him and she ea...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 9 September 1909

ners remained She told him her sto- ry She had stayed with her dead fath- er until hunger had driven her to seek aid Best took her to the station house where the sergeant started a vigorous canvass for contributions Hattie re- ceived the iirst good meal she had en- joyed for three weeks the period of her fathers illness She will be taken care of in the future News Story in- N Y World THE EMPEROR ANDTHE PLANTER Stories from the Rabbis The Emperor Hadrian passing through the streets of Tiberias notic- ed a very old man planting a ng tree and pausing said to him Wherelore plant that tree If thou didst labor in thy youth thou shoulclst now have a store for thy old age and surely of the fruit of this tiee thou canst not hope to cat The old man answered In my jouth I worked and I still woik With Gods good pleasure I may een partake of the fruit of this tree I plant I am in His hands Tell me thy age said the Emperor 1 have lived for a hundred years A hundred years old and still ex- pect to...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 9 September 1909

A V LAND HOME INVESTMENT If you want to Buy Sell or Rent If you want a 5acre tract suitable for oranges figs and truck on small monthly payments call on us We have the BEST LAND BEST LOCATION LOWEST PRICES Before you Buy Sell or Rent see us or we both lose money s 1005 CAPITOL AVE HOUSTON TEXAS JEWISH NEW YEAR CARDS Like the above with envelopes 50c per dozen 2 dozen 75c 50 for 100 Cash with order Post cards printed 100 per 100 Mail orders given promt attention Herald Printing Co PHONE PRESTON 5333 616 Fannin Street Houston Texas Would you like to own a ten acre suburban farm for a home or an investment Opportunity Knocks at Your Door WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL 200 per acre cash 150 per acre per month In 32 months the farm is yours Good So all Good Roads Good Drainage Good train service to Houston and Galveston Two thousand tracts between Pearland and Alameda Only 12 miles from Houston City Hall Call at our office or write for descriptive literature City Sales Office 1 020 Texas Avenue...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 9 September 1909

M > mwmmnMmmmmffMM A Letter From J W Chandler Houston Texas rmlmaTV ° 1Ioi8OM ° m a V0lls aml nn ployed us a brnkumnn on M Somhem Imifie inHjfi3Cr havo beo 1 M ith 51 sc o b roeinl trouble and 3Cr piles an external itching the latter so bad to render 1 as sloop at lines impossible Wni My colKlHion had ot l0 P ° lt tho Inst three years it often earsd me lo lav oil from nei H So f P 1JS rnkM vCooks tioatmcnt onlbe 15th of Hub month and I now levi concerned I was cuioil without the us of a knife or jm form I inwilmt Dl ° k 111lorslilmls his iHsinoas and do in fa 1 lnn can eases all that he claims and heartily recommend him to anyone afllicted y0Uls vury lriIv ° A So 1815 West Street Houston Texas July i0 A Letter From Rev J H Carter of St Louis Mo a Well Minister and Educator To Whom li Mai Concern Mhi TVT With n 8vlro ° 51S of VM rouble or Tiles having an external nowth internal troubles From 1855 to m2 this trouble assumed so aggravated a lorn as o i te t ° ° o1 s skill in treatin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 15 September 1909

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Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 15 September 1909

SOUTH TEXAS PAINT GLASS Co DISTRIBUTERS Heath Milligan Paints Dealers in Wall Paper Window Glass 1014 Prairie Avenue DR G T SPEARMAN Spocinllit In Diseases oi the Skin Nervous Syntem un i Private Dibcabes oi Mon and Women Utlicp 22822W jiO Musun Building Houston Texa = GAS = Oicap CooS Cl ari American National Bank Capital 250000 212 MAIN HOUSTON Engraved Wedding Invitations At Homr and Calling Cards The CARGILL COMPANY FINE ART STATIONERS Suits to Measur No Less United Woolen Mills 3 10 Fannin 203 Congress Complete stock of both Edison and Victor records and machines on hand We sell on easy payments maintain expert repair department guarantee satisfaction Retail Wholetale 919 Capitol 709 Louisiana I GLASS HOUSTON PAINT CO Olllcc 7013 FANNIN Factory 50911 LOUISIANA INEEDA DRUG STORE SOL FEIGELSON Proprietor lr the Residence District Jocks n n > Pi rcc Phone 65S0 < We Do iv r Promptly IVIarmions Carriage Wks J B Marmlon Prop Scientific Horse Shoeing Carriage Re- pairing and Rub...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 15 September 1909

THE JBWI PETTY SOULS By Leon Corbin Many years ago I was employed for a short time in a cigar factory from which Jewish hands were barred Although the factory was owned by one of our brethren a German of the Mosaic persuasion it was customary fpr Mr McCarthy it is unnecessary to explain that he was an Irishman to send every Jew who happened to inquire for work to Jerusalem re- minding him at the same time not to forget to take his whiskers along with him May he go to the devil our dear Mr McCarthy such an ardent Zionist as he was How did it happen you will inquire that I was employed there The real reason I was never able to discover Evidently lie took me for a Spaniard as I resemble somewhat in appearance a fellowcountryman of Toarquemadas and when I inquired for a position I asked for Spanish work As the story goes Mr McCarthy employed me that is the chief thing I sit between two Germans and work the work is good the mateiial still better as for myself I am a proficient workman Mr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 15 September 1909

set fellow is artificial yet he laughs he appears afraid to refrain Petty petty souls Even in their laughter each sought to hide ihimself from himself Only half and hour during the week does one appear to notice the other that is between eleven and twelve oclock Saturday when Brother Weis herg a Jew whose features proclaim his nationality arrives and distributes among the workmen the envelopes which contain their weekly salaries He saunters among the workmen with a beatific smile on his face and lays down beside each workman the en- velope Then look they covetly at each other these two unofficial ones and their countenances ladiate with an ex- pression which seems to say One of our own a Brother Jew And they look at each other more boldly freely and proudly a feeling of companion- ship hovers around them Thus do I watch this tragic comedy of these two unofficial Jews Some- times I attempt to justify them with the excuse that a fellow must do every- thing to make a living then again ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 15 September 1909

M the Jew as if lie did not recognize him and says in a low but audacious voice What heigh Dont you recognize me Treitel wonders An unnatural death to you I am Nachoum Treitel Now dont you recognize me yet Treitel wonders more and more What the h are you talking about Talk United States answers the young man feigning not to under- stand Oh h h the old Jew wonders A slick rascal Talks English like an automaton A fellowcountryman of mine he explains Came over to this country on the same ship with me three years ago Dont you re- member Ben Treitel turns to him again with gestures how you con- sumed my lemons aboard ship But Ben evidently fails to under- stand he hurriedly resumes work with a certain noticeable hesitation and glances no more in the direction of Nachoum Treitel Nachoum Treitel becomes silent He shrugs his shoulders draws up more closely to the table and does not take his eyes from off his work for a single instant Events follow each other in rapid succession in the shop ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 15 September 1909

Carthy pay me immediately what is due me He goes down unwillingly to the shop and I am paid Once outside the shop I become aware of a slap on my back a wliaclc with some heavy object on my shoul- der and again whack I step aside suddenly Who is that trying to beat me Nachoum Treitel He thursts himself before me with his bundle under his arm his face distorted with excitement his eyes gleaming fiercely and his entire body trembling with rage Rascal he hisses from under his protruding teeth Scoundrel An unnatural death overtake you Such a nice place What difference does my beard make to you A Jew must always envy a Jew Rascal May an unnatural death overtake you Translated from the Yiddish by Miss Esther Ast CONDEMNATION OF THE STAGE JEW J L S to Take Aggressive Steps That the theatres of Houston will be more careful in the presenta- tion of characters offensive to our co- religionists is to be hoped and ex- pected The Jewish Literary Society a body composed of 225 young people have re...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 15 September 1909

Sn > relatives friends etc in the course of the MlSheberach 1 No conver- sation during services or reading of the flcrlptmes 2 No one to take off the talith until after benediction 3 To avoid a Chalil Hashem and ridicule no one to wear the prayer shawl out- side the synagogue The above are a few of the rules and legulations of the synagogue which Dr Blaustein com- mented upon Rabbi Levins consecra- tion sermon was more of the academic style and Dr Blausteins remark Though Rabbi Levin is young in years he is old in wisdom was verified in the words of the new rabbi After Adon Olam by the choir the entire congregation rose and sang America and the benediction concluded the ded- ication of a synagogue not reserved by any set of Jews Austrian Russian or Roumanian but for the Jewish people and accordingly named the Peoples Synagogue ANTIJEWISH RIOT IN BUCHA- REST Troops are patroling the city today to prevent a repetition of last even- ings attack on the Jewish quarter oL the city when...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 15 September 1909

THE JEWISH HERALD BARRINGERNQRTON CO atlors nnb jBIftrimafeers Phone Preston 45 To Men Who Care Smoke YOUNG FRITZ ALL HAVANA 5c CIGAR Browne Commission Company distributors 913 Commerce Street HOUSTON TEXAS 005 Preston Avenue THE NEW Jewish Cook Book Compiled by the Young Ladies Sewing Circle Now ready for delivery Books may be obtained through any member of the Sewing Circle or The Jewish Herald PRICE 50c 616 Fannin St Y A KITE Pl You t0 know tnat Every body eats W AIM I HAJ JONES COGSWELLS Velvet Ice Cream 315 Lou siana Street 100 Per Gallon Delivered Phone Preston 4350 PIANOS and organs t DIRECT FROM FACTORY AT FACTORY PRICES We Want You to Try Our Made in Texas for this Climate We guarantee our instruments for twentyfive years Our great free offer of a Reedophone Church Organ is the most lib 4 era proposition ever made by a factory 1 Southern Piano and Organ Factory I f Houston Texas A- We cordially invite the public to nspct our Piano and Organ Factoiy Take Brunner or > Heig...

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