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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 19 November 1908

Furniture Built to Stand WADDELLS Furniture and Floor Coverings F PULS Eureka Laundry We Mend Your Clothes Old Phone 665 l Fresh Eggs Phones 920 and 4121 Free Delivery City Market Mistrot Munn Co The fastest growing Department Store in the State of Texas Originators and Leaders First in Everything 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 Temple Shaaro Emcth St Louis Mo Studio 12V 2 Crawford Street Phone 43t Cave Plunkett 4 JEWELRS Solid Goods Only 617 Main Street jams Lone Star Moving Storage and Transfer C C WILLI AMS Proprietor Office 620 Travis St Phones 01d > and New 538 Old Phono 0016 LOCAL ITEMS Mrs Isidore Rich is visiting Mr3 C S Reichman Mr I Morris has returned from his trip to New York great ly improved in health Mrs E Goodman is visiting her daughter Mrs A C Miller in Beaumont Mrs E A Gomez of Oklahoma is the guest of her sister Mrs Joe Jacobs Mrs J...

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. — 19 November 1908

Its Rouses Cold Cream Tltmt Cures Chaps 25c per box s > jyi rotj e > THE MEDICINE MAN Main and Preston Avenue ftlhambra Theatre Cor Rusk and Fannin PROGRAMME Weak Commencing Sunday Night Nov 22 Hcrh 8c Lewis Orchestra VITall Wade Comedy Sketch Auntie Hallucination Marilan and Rosalie The Parisian Singing and Dancing Soubrettes Illustrated Song WisrI Me Good Luck on My 01113163 Jack Odcll Grace Gilmore Comecly Playet Sweet Charity Best Animated Pictures New and novel ADinssioir Popular Prices 30e Two Performances Every Night 815 and 920 CHEEK NEAL Maxwell House Blend COFFE E 1 AND 3POUND SEALED CXNS AT ALL GROCERS rmeess Ss Vaudeville Moving Pictures 410 MAIN ST Dentistry that has pro en afailur intbe hands of other dentists PAINLESS DENTISTRY 317 12 Main Street Old Phone 5129 0nited Woolen Mills Suits Mmdo to Moasure 915 JFiucst and Largest Selection of Wool ens in the State f guaranteed union made 310 Fannin Street Theater Bulldinc Read The Jewish Herald Eureka Laundry We Men...

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. — 19 November 1908

m I Sons and Daughters of Zion The regular monthly meeting Jof the Sons and Daughters of Zion took place last Sunday night at the rooms of the Jewish Liter ary Society with a large and en thusiastic membership in attend ance which proves that Zionism is at last making headway as it inevitably must in this city and elsewhere The growth of the society i3 also evidenced by the fact that there were seventeen applications for membership this month The reports of the chairmen of various committees show that good work for the cause can and is being done in our midst Our younger element is at last begin ning to realize that upon them rests the responsibility and fu ture of Zionism in Houston Owing to the carnival the reg ular literary meeting was post poned until the early part of De cember A theater party was given Miss Henrietta Goldstein of Gal veston and Miss Sara Kaverens ky at the Alhambra Sunday night After the performance supper was served at the Riche lieu The guests were Mr and Mr...

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. — 19 November 1908

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 26 November 1908

eftk jikit kih v f T a VOL 1 Hutchinson Grocery Co nil I Line of Kosher Meats and Sausage JLlso Home Mode Calces and Bread Phone 3295512 FRUITS CANDIES AND ICE Always the Best GUARANTEED PURE E Our goods speak for themseh es Watch for our Saturday Special Main and Capitol Houston Candy Kitchen CHAS PAVLOV1CH lrop FINE FRENCH CANDIES 913 Congiess Ave Old Phone 4421 The Anton Dieli Conservatory of Music RuBk and Austin Houoton Texas ANTON DIEHL Director Diehls Orchestra Both Phones 2130 Tire Life Accident Live Stock Bondinc and Liability B LrlTOWICH Phone 9H3 211 12 TravisSt LETM BTOBERGET New 632 Old Phone 2925 Call Phones Old 1452 Fiee Delivery l C PVE A N LhWIS PYE SL LEWIS Write all kinds of INSURANCE Old Phones 4827 and 406 New Phono 40 1010 Texas Avenue corner Fannin George Beach Commercial Photographer Phone 3046 1017 Capitol Capitol Pharmacy H nf WqH < w OPEN ALL NIGHT Prescriptions A Specialty v Phones 5 37f 1320 > 519 Main Street Houston Texas HOUSTON TEXAS NOVEMBER 20...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 26 November 1908

ral communities He was firmly convinced that as the Jews were originally an agricultural and pastoral people they and espe cially those in Russia would un der favorable conditions again become tillers of the soil His idea was that as colonies became firmly rooted in different parts of the world they would draw from Russia greater and greater numbers so that in one or two generations Russia would mate rially suffer from the loss of the energy and activity of her Jews and would either stop the exodus by according to those who re mained full civil rights or would fall as she deserved the logical t victim of her own intolerence The strongest evidence of his complete confidence in his wife is in the fact that he left her sole administrator of his vast fortune After his death in 1896 she continued the administrative office in her house in the Champs Elysees where she was devoted to her work from early morning until late at night surrounded by her secretaries A year after the barons death ...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 26 November 1908

ifWVf t have been twentyfive Jews in Congress and forty in the Brit ish Parliament that the task of getting back Palestine from the Turks would be a comparatively small matter It would be a trifle jn comparison with the Panama Canal Look at the facts in the case Palestine is a tiny scrap of a country It would take ten Pal estines to make one Arizona Roughly speaking it is only 193 miles long and 75 miles wide It has nlo good harbors no gold mines no great natural re sources It is incredible to think that a little proposition like the purchase of Palestine could not be handled by the great Jewish bankers who control so largely the financial destinies of the civ ilized world In its present desolate and neglected condition a check for five million dollars would be a high price to pay for Palestin ian independence To buy it bit by bit from its present owners would not likely require more than ten times this amount and what is fifty millions to the piled up billions of the Jews When the ...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 26 November 1908

Of course people who Eureka Laundry We Mend Your Clothes Old Phone 565 er Published Weekly by Hie HERALD PRINTING CO B GOLDBERG Gen Mgi 707 Fannin Street Phone 5G4G Subscription 100 per year PREACHING FOR NOTO RIETY When two persons are unit ed in the holy oonds of matri mony he said there can be no bond of love without concord ant youth Unless there is this youth there is no guaranty of happiness You must look at life through the same glasses at similar stages of life so as to furthei that unity of sentiment whic 7 should exist And where there is concord ant youth let me say that you will have more trouble if youi daughter is married to an ortho dox Jew than if married to t gentile You girls out there cl not know what it means tc marry the socalled orthodox Jew The above expressions wcr given utterance by Rabbi Eml G Hirsch at Chicago last Sun day have read of this rabbi before will noJ be startled by such remarks great majority of our rabbis pre fer not to encourage intermar riage...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 26 November 1908

h f Furniture Built to Furniture and Floor Coverings B OB Phones 920 and 4121 Free Delivery City Market The t fastest growing Department Store in the State of Texas and First in Everything Mr and Mrs Henry Balfour Teachers of vocal cultmo and Artistic Singing Only authorized teachers of the famous Sbriglia Method in Texas Formerly Tenor Soloist of Temple Shaare Emeth St Louib IIo Studio 1212 Crawford Street Phone 43GI JEWELRS Solid Goods Only 617 Main Street Moving Storage and Transfer C C Wl LLIAMS Proprietor Office 620 Travis St Phones Old and Now 538 Old Phono G910 Eureka Laundry We Mend Your Clothes Old Phone 565 IHMlMMJI MIJ llllJ1 1IIJ MIMJJI JlJlfMMBTWM tMlill LOCAL ITEMS Mr Stein of Galveston was a visitor to Houston last week Miss Hazel Dernham of Chica go is the guest of the Misses Freyer 1903 McKinney Ave Mr and Mrs Theo D Meyer are now pleasantly located for the winter at 816 San Jacinto St Miss Sadie Epstein of Luling is here a guest of Mrs Billitz to attend the1 Billit...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 26 November 1908

The congregation Adath Yesh urun will hold ameeting Sunday afternoon at the Adath Yeshur un hall The main business to be the reelection of their Rabbi Owing to the fact that the Herald goes to press Thursday afternoon we request that our friends having items for publi cation send or phone them in on or before Wednesday at 6 p m Mrs M Rosenthal entertained the Social Bridge Club of which she is a member Tuesday even ing Prizes were won by Mrs I Levy and Mrs Dan Borchard The next meeting will be held with Mrs L Goldman v It will be with much pleasure that the readers of the Herald learn of the success of young Moses Feld 8 years old and formerly ofiHouston but now of El Paso is making as a story writer He won the prize in a contest by the El Paso Herald recently touss CoB l Cream That Cures Chaps 25c per box SAM ROUSE THE MEDICINE MAN Main and Preston Avenue CHEEK NEAL Maxwell House Blend COFFEE 1 AND 3 POUND SEALED CANS AT ALL GROCERS rmeeiss mty Vaudeville Moving Pictures 410 MAIN S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 26 November 1908

an Mi ent eras places and callings Dr jbohens talk was received with great enthusiasm and the audi ence was inspired by his word3 Mr Henry J Danneneaum Chairman of the Literary Com mittee presided and was pro fuse with compliments and wit The musical numbers on the program were rendered by Mr Saul S Gordon on the violin as sisted by Miss Josie Hirsch on the piano Mr Gordan was hailed a3 the beaneating won der and of course it was under stood he was from Boston Mass Scene de Ballet by De Benot and Berceuse from Josselyn by Gpdard were the solos rendered by Mr Gordan and Miss Hirsch and the sweet strains of the vio lin accompanied by the musical hand at the piano convinced the listeners of the accomplish ment of the players Miss Bettie Mendelssohn read a paper on Baroness de Hirsch and her log ic and delivery were excellent Archie H Cohen read a short story which was well received Mr Dannenbaum advised the young ladies to supply the ad dress on all their love letters as all mail insuf...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 26 November 1908

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 3 December 1908

W y VOL 1 Hutchinson Grocery Co Hull Line of KosherMeats and Sausage Also HomeMade Cdltcn and B ad Phone 3295512 FRtllTS CANNES AND ICE AfttaVtf tKeBest Our goddHTspcuk for themselves Watch for our Saturday Special CONDOS BROS Main and Capitol Houston Candy Kitchen CHAS PAVLOVICH Prop fFnE FRENCH CANDFES 913 CWgress Ave Old Phone 4421 The Anton Diehl Conservatory of Music Ruikanflauitin Houston Texas ANTON DIEHL Director Diehls Orchestra Both Phones 2150 Fire Life Accident Livestock Bonding and Liability BITOWicH Phone 933 211 12 TravisSfc LETM rB TOBERGET 4 Call Phones ftiW632 Old 1452 jh H E IVE jhHMIHM BX i IVEpVe < Frqe Del ery A N LEWJS Write all kinds of INSURANCE Old P6i eB 827 andT406 New Phone406 1019Texas Avenue corner Fannin 6e6fgerBelach Commercial Photographer Phone 3046 1017 Capitol i k Aktt OPEN ALL PricHptiottk ASp claJ y Phones537 1926 HABBFS REPORT To the President and Members of Cong Adath Yeslmrun in fleet ing Assembled Gentlemen As the term of min istry for w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 3 December 1908

with them gives them frequent op portunity to question me concerning religious matters and gives me fre quent chance to speak to them about their duties I have tried to let no occasion go by without my presence This means more than many can ap preciate It means sacrifice on my part but rewards me by creating a bond of confidence between this young folk and myself which induces them often to submit even personal questions to my judgment and al lows me to be their guide in most matters Such personal contact be tween us rebounds only to the good of all parties concerned And lastly my work in the com munity at large has been blessed with success That I represent our belov ed congregation worthily has never been denied There is a better spirit of the Oneness of Israel in Houston than has been before my coming here The various congregations agree better with each other and re spect each other much more than was formerly the case We are no longer passed as the insignificant part of the Jew...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 3 December 1908

or farmers out of competition lie was forced into the trades into com merce as a selfprotective measure The soil was left to incompetent till ers and is the last occupation to which progressive thought has been applied Put the Jew on the land and he will use the same methods which makes him prosperous in business He will conserve soil materials lie will reclaim poor or wornout iields and devote himself to intensive meth ods If the millions of acres of un used land in this country were set tled with enterprising tilleis think of the vast increase in our national we alth and resources it would bring Draw this population from the crowded cities and a twofold bless ing has been achieved It gives us a solution Scatter people about the country and it gives them a clearer insight into politics education and religion It is time that business ability and rural endeavor should get to gether The farmer is the victim of dictation from other occupations He pays the price asked for his necessi ti...

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. — 3 December 1908

TheJewish Herald Published Weekly by the HERALD PRINTING CO GOLDBERG KAPNER Proprietors 707 Fannin Street Phone 5G1G Subscription 100 per year SUPPRESS NOTORIOUS HY POCRISY Eureka Laundry T Gd ur jihe fjG d i > 5 Often yes only loo often do we see some one or other seeking notori ety through expressions from the pul pit and eventually the press Why do such men as Dr Ilirsch for stance give utterance to such m ex pressions as were credited to him re cently We dont believe that he means a ward of it lie is seeking notoriety as we stated before If the Jewish press would unite and pay no particle of attention to such remarks it wouldnt be long till the tenor of his lectures changed and such action would be ablessing for our people A newspaper is supposed and ex pected to tell the public everything within its power but they are not supposed to bo the guileless prey of some soulless hypocrite seeking free advertising so that when he makes i lecture tour he is the noted Mr so and so or ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 3 December 1908

> t + nzni wnt Furniture Built to Stand WABDELLS Furniture and Floor Coverings W F PULS pressed Poultry FfrGsfoEggs Phones 920 and 4121 Fr Delivery City Market Mistrot Munn Co The fastest growing Department Store in the State of Texas Originators and Leaders First in Everything LEWIS OYSTER PARLOR JQHN LEWIS PROPRIETOR OYSTERS SERVED ANY SLYLE 1013 Preston Ave OOKS PILLO teeuRlrtett UtJU J > JEWELRS moiid 5 V < Qoods Only 617 Main Street Williamslone Stan Moving storage and Transfer C C WILLIAMS Proprietor Office 620 Travis St Thonoa Old ntid New 5Q8 Old UpneGOK Eureka Laundry iWe Mend Xour Clothes Old Phone 565 Phone 1837 Of all publishers are on our counters 409 MAIN ST S yt7pF Pr rx5 nw LOCAL ITEMS Mr Frohmanson is touring thro Texas on a lecturing tour and will bo inllouston soon The board of diiectors of the Jew ish Literacy Society will meet on Tuesday December 8th Ike Froimdlich of Brenham is vis iting his parents Mr and Mrs S Freundlieh on Bell avenue Miss lliller o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 3 December 1908

II riiiwtM ja BtS ffOUS > S CGBdl ream be an election of officers n large at 25c per box A1SL I OTJTSE THE MEDICINE MAN Main and Preston Avenue Ship Channel Fish Oyster Company Phone 2912 Shell Oysters a Specialty San Jacinto Street Between Franklin and Commerce CHEEK NEAL Maxwell Mouse Blend COFFEE 1 AND 3 POUND SEALED CANS AT ALL GROCERS Vaudeville Moving Pictures 410 MAIN ST Wastec Dentistry that has proven t failure mllie hinds of other dentists PAINLESS DENTISTRY 317 1 2 Mam Street Old Phone 5129 United Woolen Mills Suits Made to Measure IB Fiuest and Largest Selection of Wool ens in the State GUARANTEED UNION MADE ilO Tmnin Street Thaiter Building Mr Jules Block of Oklahoma City is visiting his fiance Miss Josie liirsch t v B Loewenstein of Rockdale was in the city yestciclay and was a guest at llidgRristol it I Mis Max Davidson and daughter Iqft Wednesday foi Palestine to be the guests of Mrs Pearlstone and will remain lor the Christmas holi days Mib E M Appelbaum announce...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 3 December 1908

V Come and see us in our New Home MR JOSEPH MAGNER 4 Joseph Magner well known as one of the prominent Jewish charity workers of New Orleans died on November 21st in Touro Infirmary of which he was at one time presi dent Mr Magner sixty years a resident of New Orleans was one of the bestknown philanthropic work eis in the city and for the past few years has been assistant secretary of District Grand Lodge No 7 Inde pendent Order of Bnai Brith He was one of the two surviving mem bers of the original association which started the Jewish Widows and Or phans Home and civil war veter an Joseph Magner was born of a good family in Hamburg Germany Oct 28 1828 He came to New Or leansiin1848r WhnVemptc ccTMMtli Eureka Laundry We Mend Your Clothes Old Phone 565 B H GREENBERG SON Furniture and Carpets Are you going Where To the Bnai Brith hall Dec 29 Houston Tex Nov 16 08 My Honey Love Since you called me Dearie Id doanything in this world for you neath the old cherry tree now be sure and come e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 3 December 1908

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