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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 13 January 1910

J Weingarten Where Quality Counts 1420 McKinney Avenue Corner LaBranch Street hone Preston 130210 IVIairi Street Herald Printin PHONE Preston 5333 61 6 Fannin St Houston Texas Fort Worth Wholesale Dry Goods Furnishing Goods Hosiery Hats Shoes and Notions The steady and uninterrupted growth of our business from one season to another is conclusive evidence that the merchants of Texas and the Southwest realize the fact that it pays to buy goods in their home market Among the thousands of customers who now transact business with us there are many who formerly patronized Northern and Eastern markets but who now recognize the folly of paying excessive freight charges and wait ing for weeks for goods to arrive when they can buy merchandise at the same prices in Texas and save freight and unnecessary delay in shipments Staple Dry Goods Pull lines of Prints embracing Americans Co lumbias Simpsons Washingtons and Pasaics Full lines of Brown and Bleached Cottons Pull lines of Ginghams Percales...

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. — 20 January 1910

TyiytyWfaffrr > i Mo Wet Wood Worries iesHeaters A MatchThat s All American National Bank Capital 25G0G0 212 MAIN HOUSTON SACKS COHEN CALL PHONE 1215 ANTHRACITE BROOKSIDE AND LUMP DRY WOOD AND SMALL CHUNKS Suits to Measure No more No Less United > Woolen Mills 3 10 Fannin 1203 Congress HoustonPhonographCo Complete stock of both Edison and Victor records and machines on hand We sell on easy payments maintain expert repair department guarantee satisfaction Retail Wholesale 919 Capitol 709 Louisiana PAINT HOUSTON PAINT CO Hcc 7613 FANNIN Victory 50911 LOUISIANA PHONE 4070 SOUTH TEXAS PAINT GLASS Co DISTRIBUTERS Heath Milligan Paints Dealers in Wall Paper Window Glass 1014 Prairie Avenue DR G T SPEARMAN Specialist In Diseases of the Skin Nervous Hyatein and Private Diseases of Men and Women Office 228229230 Mason Building Uouoton Teas For Prescriptions Phone Preston 6550 INEEDA DRUG STORE SOL FEIGELSON Prop Jackson and Pierce We Deliver Promptly Marmions Carriage Wks J B Mnrmlon P...

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. — 20 January 1910

w nw THE JEWISH HERALD REPLY TO H B LIEBERMAN To the Editor of the Jewish Herald There appeared in your issue of the 13th under the caption H B Lieber man Resigns a list of reasons why Mr Lieberman severed his connection with the Jewish Immigrants Informa tion Bureau In justice to the human itarian purposes for which the bureau stands and to the Jewish community of Houston I wish to correct misrep resentations which have found an im portant place in the letter of the bu reaus former agent These can be best covered by a resume of the case the facts of which can be substantiated by Rabbi Henry Cohen of Galveston When Mr Lieberman was chosen agent in Houston at a salary of fifty dollars per month it was agreed that he was to accept eight individuals per month which is the number customar ily handled by agents receiving that salary At that time the question whether Houston could absorb eight immigrants per month was not dis cussed Owing to the fact that the bureau was practically in a s...

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. — 20 January 1910

irr YfV gf rr mv n j quft t r iw frfTPUTyyr y r f WHARTON Mr and Mrs J W Robinowitz vis ited their son and daughter in Rich mond several days Mr J Schwartz made a flying trip to Houston on business this week Miss Libbie Robinowitz returned to her home in Houston after a pleasant visit with her parents here Mr Aaron Davis of Bast Bernard spent Sunday here Mrs Sam Prensky of Houston is on an extended visit to her brother Mr and Mrs T Gordon Miss Clara Robinowitz of Houston spent a very pleasant visit of several weeks with relatives in Wharton and Rich mond Mis L Piene is visiting her daughter Mrs Robert Joxett in Corsicana Mrs P Oshman and daughter Marian have returned home after spending a pleasant week with friends in Houston Mr and Mrs M Schiff of Richmond spent Sunday with his nephew Mr and Mrs H Osn man Mr J Stein of East Rormird spent several days here with friends Mr and Mrs P O Oshman and children of Richmond spent Sunday here with relatives < After spending a very pleasant...

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. — 20 January 1910

moon They will be at home to their friends at 1510 Winnie street after the first of February Miss Beulah Mil ler is visiting in San Antonio the guest of Miss Cecele Hass Judge I Lovenberg spent a few days in Aus tin the past week Rev Henry Cohen returned last week from San Antonio where he delivered a lecture before the Jewish women of that city on Culture TEXARKANA Mrs Sam Burger entertained the Maids and Matrons Whist club on Wednesday afternoon A very enjoy able game was played by club mem bers only First prize was secured by Mrs Sol Feinberg second by Mrs Bur ger Both were cut glass bonbon dishes + Mrs Jake Winner and lit tle son of Dallas Texas are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs O Parkins on Hazel street Mrs Parkins enter tained the Alps club on Thursday af ternoon in honor of her visitor The friends of Mrs Rose Raphael spent a pleasant afternoon with this ideal hostess on last Friday Lunch eon was served in the dining room where the color scheme of green and white prevailed M...

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. — 20 January 1910

Published Weekly by HERALD PRINTING COMPANY E GOLDBERG Cell lor Phone 5333 Preston 616 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 1908 at the poatoffice at Houston Texas under the Act of March 3 1879 We have heard of the man having a fine college education and no religious education being referred to as men tally lopsided In selling tickets for the Chanukah Charity Ball as in so liciting donations for the J L S build ing fund we come across people worth 100000 giving 100 while others whose finances wont allow having a bank account at all give 5 If that isnt lopsidedness we would like to know what it is Some of our people have an idea that because they give 25 cents 50 cents or a dollar lo charity occasion ally they are serving their usefulness to the limit We guess they know Their limit is easily and quickly reached and they never amou...

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. — 20 January 1910

Dressed Geese Ducks Turkeys and Chickens FRESH EGGS AND BUTTER PROMPT DELIVERY CITY MARKET PHONE 920 OR 412 Matinee Daily 230 Nights 830 umbers an < eam Fitters 1600 Congress Ave HOUSTON TEXAS c You always see the best here Prices always the same Phone Preston 4966 Phone Preston 564 The Only Kosher Restaurant in South Texas All Kinds of Delicatessen Always on Hand Special Attention Given Phone Order 212 Fannin St Phone Preston 6914 A THE JEWISH HERALD LOCAL NEWS Mr Tom Flaxman is in New York in the interest of his business Miss Mamie Abersohn left Monday for New York to be gone several weeks Mr B H Greenberg is once more out among his friends after an attack of the grip Miss Jeanette Feigelson has gone for a two months visit to her brother in Beaumont Mr L Soloman of Brookshire has moved to Houston where he will in the future reside Mrs B Harris and daughter Miss Rosie have taken apartments at 1509 Bell avenue where they will be pleased to see their friends Mrs J S Lewis is the g...

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. — 20 January 1910

Plans are being prepared for a resi dence for Mr Alje Zindler to cost labout 7000 The building will be lo cated on Pierce and Louisiana and will be one of the handsomest in tha district The plans are being prepared by Mr Jos Finger who is connected with C D Hill architects of Dallas with branch offices in Houston Mrs B Raphael entertained Tues day with a luncheon and cards at the Country club in compliment to Mrs B TJ Hirsch of Phila delphia Mrs Jules Block of Oklaho ma City Miss Beulah Block of New Orleans Mrs Carl Weil of Lincoln Neb Mrs A Fox of Palestine also Mrs Jules Hirsh Mrs A B Colin and Mrs Harold Raphael At the Imperial Grande this week the bill is most interesting Wurnelle and Nelson being the feature act Mr Wurnelle is one of the most adroit barrel jumpers and roller skate danc ers who ever performed in this city and Miss Nelson is an accomplished i musician as well as a pretty woman She together with Mr Wurnelle do a very clever act in which she plays a violin in a bar...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 20 January 1910

vW vrfjjgmr ° frv < piKpVvirip iV trrtK Kfm wrrflns VmfW > y > VtfW bfers are Very enthusiastic and there is no question that in three months time work on the building will have started The captains are S J West heimer Isador Tiras Maud Deutchner Edgar Goldberg and Chas Kup ner The ways and means committee are M C Wagner chairman S J Westheimer treasurer Joe Weingar ter secretary Jules Hirsch Charles Mendelssohn Henry Greenfield B H Greenberg D Frosch Ben Hurwitz Isadore Wiras Mrs M D Cohen will entertain Sat urday afternoon with a theater party at the Majestic in honor of the birth day of her son Chester After the show the little folks will return to Mrs Cohens home where all the good ies that delight the childish heart will be served Mrs Cohen will be as sisted in entertaining the children by Mrs W Willner Mrs William Chris tian Mrs Edgar Goldberg Mrs S Messenger Mrs G Cohen Mrs R Sinn Mrs Alexander Mrs Abe M Levy and Rabbi Willner The little ones who will enjoy Mrs Cohen...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 20 January 1910

8 be appreciated After plans etc were discnsFod the ladies were invited into the dinmg room where a lovely lunch eon was spread Mrs A M Levy will entertain next Tuesday The members are Mesdames M D Cohen W Win ner Rothstein Edgar Goldberg Levy Schlom Max Roberts S J West heimer Gale Lloyd and Miss Elise Westheimer At the State Zionist Convention held at San Antonio Jan 2 Mr Abe Gor don of Houston delivered an able ad dress in Yiddish in which he said in suhstance What is the best thing for us to do to give charity to our poor suffering brethren in Russia Roumania and Gal licia or to give all our money and might to the Zionist movement and try and secure a land without a people for a people without a land which would be the case in Palestine What have we done during all this time since we are giving charity to our brethren if not making a lot of beggars of them It is true that when first a man re ceives charity he is ashamed to accept it but after the first time he loses his selfresp...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 20 January 1910

m i WrtPMrt > 1tW > M Insure With Us We iGuarantee Where Others Promisi The Following Named Gentlemen Who Constitute the Company s Executive Officers and Board of Directors is a Complete Explanation of the Company s Splendid Record J V NEUHATJS S A TrES BOBDEKEK JONATHAN LANE J S RICE Vice President South Tex SecretaryTreasurer The Lane Wolters Storey President Union Bank and as Grain Company Guarantee Liife Insurance Attorneys Houston Trust Company Houston J T SCOTT Company Houston Texas Texa Texas Vice President First NaIiEONARD TIuIiOTSON W M RICE CHARLES SCHREINER tional Bank Houston President Scaly National Lumberman and Capital Banker and Cattleman Texas Bank Scaly Texas ist Houston Texa Kerrville Texas JOHN H KIEBY E A ARNIiM JOS F MEYER J P WOLTERS President Kirby Lumber President First National Jos F Meyer Hardware Lane Wolters Storey Company Houston Texas Bank Flatonia Texas Company Hou ton Texas Attorneys Houston J LEWIS THOMPSON A W HOUSTON S P CARTER Texas Thompso...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 20 January 1910

J Weingarten The Grocer Where Quality Counts 1420 McKinney Avenue Corner LaBranch Street 1 3021 O Main Street H onnig Dry Goods Co FORT WORTH TFXAS The raid Printin PHONE Preston 5333 61 6 Fannin St Houston Texas Fort Wortlh9 Texas Wholesale Dry Goods Furnishing Goods Hosiery Hats Shoes and Notions The steady and uninterrupted growth of our business from one season to another is conclusive evidence that the merchants of Texas and the Southwest realize the fact that it pays to buy goods in their home market Among the thousands of customers who now transact business with us there are many who formerly patronized Northern and Eastern markets but who now recognize the folly of paying excessive freight charges and wait ing for weeks for goods to arrive when they can buy merchandise at the same prices in Texas and save freight and unnecessary delay in shipments Staple Dry Goods Full lines of Prints embracing Americans Co lumbias Simpsons Washingtons and Pasaics Full lines of Brown and Ble...

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. — 27 January 1910

g WHi 1 > iBN coHOur 4 Mmmmmmz 5 jiH imLBgiyw BW wivM1ijjj rri CONTENTS WORK IN GODS VINEYARD By Rabbi Henry Barnstein 94

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. — 27 January 1910

American National Bek Capital 8253000 212 MAIN n HOUSTON SACKS COHEN CALL PHONE I 15 ANTHRACITE L BROOKS1DE AND LUMP DR WOOD AND SMALL CHUNKS Suils toM easur < United Woolen Mills 31 0 Fannin 1203 Congress Houston Phonograph C < Complete stock of both Edison and Victor records and machines on hand We sell on easy payments maintain expert repair department guarantee satisfaction Retail Wholesale 919 Capitol 709 Louisiana Otttcc 7013 FANNIN Factory 50911 LOUISIANA ERBE MARBLE WORKS l luuLltiaiSllJ tkatZt l t u 13 Q CUT STONES 2614 Washington St PHONE 4070 Phone 582i Res Phone 4068 C VanLiew PLUMBER 816 Travis St Houston Texas Draxighon gives contracts backed by chain of 31 College 300000 capita and 20 year i ncce to secure poition under iia onalile condition or reiund tuition Eoo kee3inff DraughovJs competi k tors by not accept ing his proposition concede that he toadies more bookkeeping in T1IR1QK montlis than they do in SIX Draujlion can convince YOU Shorthand 7J > or 0 ° f...

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. — 27 January 1910

iw wiwvt t TyTwHJ i Syti > l T T > inyw rvyLWiirTry w F H pW J > i7Tlr TW THE JEWISH HERALD WORK IN GODS VINEYARD By Rabbi Henry Barnstein Howbeit there was no reckoning made with them of the money that was delivered into their hands be cause they dwelt faithfully II K xxiv 7 I have purposely chosen a somewhat remote text because it drives home clearly to my mind a very important truth which I am particularly desir ous of bringing out this evening when the happiness is granted me of com pleting my tenth year of activity as the Rabbi of this important and grow ing congregation You all know the history and the character of the excellent King Jo siah You remember how he ascend ed the throne of Judah whilst he was still a boy how he unreservedly placed himself in the hands of the priest Hilliah and how he raised the tone of that kingdom of Judah until it really appeared that the grand days of David and Solomon had returned and the ruin which had been so sor rowfully and yet so ...

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. — 27 January 1910

If says Mabie one reflects on all that the intimate cooperation of the divine and the human in the fields the factories and the shops means the nobility of work and its possibilities of spiritual education becomes im laborare est orare To work is to pray prayer means service And so let us bring our whole heart and soul into the work which God has appoint ed for us Let us work with the prop er spirit When Matthew Arnold lec tured in America he urged young writ ers to put their heart into their work And Arnold knew whereof he spoke for whilst his technical skill is great his sense of beauty uneriing his in stinct for form faultless it is his spirit which gives his work life And his rd vice applies to all of us Our en ergy should be consecrated the at mosphere of our work should be pure We should carry our Judaism into our daily toil We should make of our store our office our home a little sanctuary By so doing we would be simply following the path carved out by our ancestors When 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. — 27 January 1910

have returned from their honeymoon The wedding took place in Ft Worth on the 16th Mrs Soloman 617 N Plores street will give reception in honor of Mrs Budow Saturday after noon Mrs K Goldhlum of Minneap olis Minn is visiting her son Dr Goldblum Miss Mollie Sable after a pleasant visit to Houston is now vis iting her sister Mrs M Adleman of 414 Marshall street Mr Meyer Cohen of Chicago 111 has left after a pleasant visit to his aunts Mrs M Goot and Mrs M Karotkin Mrs W M Finkelstein is visiting her par ents Mr and Mrs A Cohen in Dallas The many friends of Mr L N Lee will be glad to know that Mr Lee is doing nicely after undergoing an operation at the P S Hospital and expects to be at his business in a few days Mrs Rachman of Chicago is visiting Mrs Levison on Warren St A meeting of the directors of the Jewish Literary Club was called for last Thursday at the residence of Miss Dora Halm but owing to the inabil ity of some of the directors to be pres ent the meeting was postponed until ...

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. — 27 January 1910

f THE JEWISH HERALD Published Weekly by HERALD PRINTING COMPANY E GOLDBERG Editor Phone 5333 Preston 616 Fannin St Subscription 51 50 per year Foreign 200peryear All communications for publication must reach this office not later than 900 a m Wednesday Entered as second class matter No vember 20 1908 at the postoffice at Houston Texas under the Act of March 3 1879 From Texaikana the BinState City comes a wail over the decadence of all interest in all matters Jewish The once numerous congregation disband ed there is no spiritual leader and the gates of the beautiful temple where formerly were heard the discourse of learned Rabbis by attentive listeners are firmly closed Is there not someone amons the brethren in Texarkana who could wake them from their lethargy and point out to them how they are retro grading when all around them moie and greater interest is manifostcl in Jewish Congregational mattes than ever before Get busy Texarkana get busy How to decline to publish a volun tary ...

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. — 27 January 1910

HOUSTONS HOUSE OF VAUDEVILLE You always see the best here Prices always the same Phone Preston 4966 Phone Preston 564 Plumbers and Steam Fitters 1600 Congress Ave HOUSTON TEXAS The Only Kosher Restaurant in South Texas All Kinds of Delicatessen Always on Hand Special Attention Given Phone Order 212 Fannin St Phone Preston 6914 Lowest Rate of Insurance of any Warehouse in the City THE JEWISH HERALD Dressed Geese fiLqCALNEWS Ducks Turkeys and Chickens FRESH EGGS AND BUTTER PROMPT DELIVERY W F Puis CITY MARKET PHONE 920 OR 4121 Matinee Daily 230 Nights 830 X Mr A P Friedlander left for a J short trip to Bast Texas and Louisi ana Rabbi Willners subject Friday even ing will be The Women Mentioned in the Talmud Miss Bessie Bergman left Saturday for an extended visit with relatives in New Orleans The Concordia club will entertain its members with a dance Thursday evening February 3rd Mrs A M Morris and daughter J lMiss Sadie will spend the Mardi Gras mm season at New Orleans Mrs I G Gerson...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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