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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 10 February 1910

itarian instincts When in need of assistance i sistance the Jew is a pitiless beggar at the door of his more fortunate brother His political status causes the nations of the world to regard him in an impersonal light As a collec tive body of men as a social organiza tion let us say as a nation the Jew has no rights which the United States Germany or France will recognize He is not a political entity and will not be regarded as such until he has es tablished a home upon his own soil and exercises the sovereign rights of a tree and independent nation It mat ters not how limited be the sphere of his sovereign activity it will secure a status both social and political and an increased prestige for the Jew in ev ery land This movement is not the result of fanaticism a dream of idealists It claims a higher dignity than a revo lution To use the phrase of a most learned scholar it signifies Self Eman cipation The movement is a har monious phase of the political history of the country past H...

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. — 10 February 1910

of Austin Mr N J Levine of Houston spent Sunday in our city Mr and Mrs Root T Cohen Jr are expected home this week from their wedding trip Misses Rosa and Nora Lion left the past week for San Antonio Mrs S Joseph of New York will arrive in the city short ly to be the guest of her sister Mrs Wm Gamman Mr > yand Mrs Ben Blum announce the engagement of their daughter Sara D to Mr Hen ry N Nussbaum of Houston Texas At home Sunday afternoon Feb 13 from 4 to 6 HEMPSTEAD After several weeks of quietude Hempstead again desires space in The Herald a paper which is weekly gain ing friends The little town of Hemp stead is improving especially along building lines Mr B Schwarz Sr is erecting a beautiful residence in the eastern part of the city A hand some brick store is in course of con struction for M Galewsky and Co Recently a splendid fence has been placed around the Jewish cem etry Mr Harry Schwarz is in St Louis purchasing the spring stock for B Schwarz Bro Mrs Schwarz accompanied by h...

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. — 10 February 1910

Published Weekly by HERALD PRINTING COMPANY E GOLDBERG Editor Phone 5333 Preston GIG 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 postofflce at Houston Texas under the Act of March 3 1879 Some people are so cocksure that they are right and that no other can be right that they exert themselves to make enemies of those who are not in accord with them Thus they permit disagreements in opinion to become en mities There is absolutely no need for this Men and women may disa gree with men and women and still be friends and work together for the communal welfare We should all strive to respect each others opinions even if such opinions be not right Montague N A Colin in Jewish Trib une But its the same the world over even in Houston Sometimes when a lemon is passed out not less than half a dozen enemies are made each feeling certain ...

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. — 10 February 1910

J Dressed Geese Ducks Turkeys and Chickens FRESH EGGS AND BUTTER CITY MARKET PHONE 920 OR 412 Matinee Daily 230 Nights 830 HOUSTONS HOUSE OF VAUDEVILLE You always see the best here Prices always the same Phone Preston 4966 Phone Preston 564 umoers an Steam Fitters 1600 Congress Ave HOUSTON TEXAS The Only Kosher Restaurant in South Texas All Kinds of Delicatessen Alvvayj on Hand Special Attention Given Phone Order 212 Fannin St Phone Preston 6914 THE JEWISH HERALD TheP O W Lodge will meet Sim day afternoon February 13 at Adatli Yeshurun Hall All members are re quested to be present y Mrs Max H Nathan and daughter Doris will spend a few weeks in Gal veston the guest of her mother Mrs Sackowitz Mr and Mrs J L Souza will leave shortly for New York Mr A Lipper and M E Gimble are in New York buying their spring stock Miss Roberta Wolf is visiting in New Orleans Mrs L Rosenwald is visiting in v New Orleans the guest of Mr and Mrs Chas Levy Mrs Ben Jacobs has returned after a delightful vis...

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. — 10 February 1910

p fr ww Trr cards Bridge and high five wejre played Misses Colin Sam Evelyn Blum Celne Meyer Henrietta Lipper and Blanche Wolf keeping score Dancing followed the game and a two course buffet supper was served WANTED Room and board by a young man in a private Jewish family where Kosher house is kept Address HARRY LEVY General Delivery f SOCIETY TO ABANDON OLD HOME The board of directors of the Jew ish Literary Society met at their hall on Wednesday night and attended to much routine business of moie or less importance The question of continuing in their present quarters in view ot the fact that their lease expires on March 1st was discussed at length and it was decided that as the dull months were approaching it would be to the best interests of the Society to make oth er arrangements for a place of meet ing whereby they will be able to save the amount of their present rent The various captains reported pro gress in the way of subscriptions and 210 shadow of doubt is entertained as t...

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. — 10 February 1910

if Wigripi i ffW i lWiip yiwlM11 Km mm Hy f SS n l S S not yet explored by the J L S and timbered by majestic pine trees Our < > vaywas through woods over barb wire fences across ravines and small streams tributary to Buffalo Bayou until we finally reached the turning basin where our eyes beheld the work being done by the dredges in the employ of the U S A After eating our lunch we were called to march again and selected MacAdee avenue to the Magnolia Park railway track > thence down this track to Harrisburg 1 where the party boarded the street cars for their respective homes The hike was a success from every point of view those present all hav ing an excellent outing and enjoying the fragrance of the pines as welL as wild violets which were found in abundance The attendance was good and sever al new hikers made their appearance and also a new mascot was added to our rolls viz Leona Westheimer she walked the entire distance without complaining of being tired The scenery was...

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. — 10 February 1910

A 8 Come up and hear the love stories of the Bible expounded by one who knows SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF ZION That Zionism in Houston is anything but at a standstill was evinced by the large attendance at the regular month ly meeting of the Sons and Daughters of Zion last Sunday afternoon This is a very encouraging sign in as much as othei local societies whose mem bership is three times greater than that of the Sons and Daughters is not nearly as large The membership of the society is steadily increasing Five new mem bers were enrolled at this meeting The treasuiy of the society has never since the organization been in such a good condition and the collection of dues never better The society has quite a neat little sum set aside for the National fund and when the sum of fifty dollars has been reached which will occur in the near future the society intends having its name inscribed in the Gold en Book A plan is also on foot but that will hold a little while longer Just keep your eyes wid...

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. — 10 February 1910

Je Quality Counts 1420 McKinney Avenue Corner LaBranch Street 130210 Main Street The Houston HE for instruction in the pure and cor rect Hebrew language and Jew ish history solicits the attendance of boys and girls For terms and particulars PHONE PRESTON 6566 or call at Adath Yeshurun Halljackson and Walker Av between 3 and 6 pm Port Worth9 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 tiansact business with us there aie many wlo fonneily patronized Northern and Eastern nnkets but who now recognize the folly of ppying excessive fi eight charges and wait ing for weekr for goods to arrive when they can buy reichandle at the same prices in Texas and save freight and unnecessary delay in shipments Staple Dry Go...

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. — 10 February 1910

Insure With Us Guarantee Where Others Promise 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 NEUHAUS 3 TJIR FOEDEKER JONATHAN LANE J S BICE Vice President South Tex SecretaryTreasurer The Lane Wolters Storey President Union Bank and a Grain Company Guarantee Life Insurance Attorneys Houston Trust Company Houston J T SCOTT Company Houston Texas Texas Texas Vice President First NaIECNAED TILIiOTSON W M RICE CHARLES SCHREINER tional Bank Houston President Sealy National Lumberman and Capital Backer and Cattleman Texas Bank Sealy Texas 1st Houston Texas Kerrville Texas JOHN H KIRBY F A ARNIM JOS F MEYER J I XVOSTEHS President Kirby Lumber Pre ident First National Jos F Meyer Hardware Lane Wolters Storey Companj Houston Texas Bank Flatonia Texas Company Houston Texas Attorneys Houston J LEWIS TKO rpsON A W HOUSTON S I CARTER Texas ThompsonTucker Lumber General Counsel S A ...

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. — 17 February 1910

SOUTH TEXAS PAINT GLASS Co DISTRIBUTERS Heath Milligan Paints Dealers in Wall Paper Window Glass 1014 Prairie Avenue DR G T SPEARMAN Speclallat In DiBeaees of the Skin Norvoua Syetem and Private Disoaseo of Men and Woman Office 228229230 Mason Building Houston T sn No Wet Wood Worries iesHeaters A MatchThat s All Capital 250000 212 MAIN HOUSTON SACKS 8c COHEN CALL PHONE1215 ANTHRACITE BROOKSIDE AND LUMP DRY WOOD AND SMALL CHUNKS Suits to Measure No Less United Woolen Mills 310 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 For Prescriptions Phone Preston 6550 INEEDA DRUG STORE SOL FE1GELSON Prop Jackson and Pierce We Deliver Promptly J B Marmion Prop Scientific Horse Shoeing Carriage Re pairing and Rubber Tire Work 1314 Congress Ave Phone Preston 442 ZERBE MARBLE WORKS Monuments and Building CUT ...

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. — 17 February 1910

r T yvn p wgtjr T < f r Trjwg ffioffjwgf wwy iy wy w y THE AMERICAN JEW AS STATES MAN By Joel Schoenraann Statesmanship is an easy accom plishment yet nothing is so rare as a great statesman Statesmen are born not made General principles of right and wrong are easily deducible their application to particular cases very dif ficult The statesman must be pract ical must be governed by circum stances must adapt himself to events that could not have been foreseen It must not be forgotten by Americans who live under a written constitution that they stand almost alone among the great peoples of the earth in their re verence for form in government Else where than in America form and forms in government are of secondary im portance The objects of government rather than clearly stated principles are avowadly held in the highest es teem in transAtlantic and especial1 in autocratically governed countries And indeed however much we honor precedent and bow down before the Declaration of Indepe...

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. — 17 February 1910

fense o slavery and later on of se cession He never actively identified himself with Jewish communal affairs but his views and activity led to much unjust identification of American Jews generally with the proslavery cause Thus one of his most powerful pro slavery outbursts provoked Senator Wades satirical reference in the Sen ate to Israelites with Egyptian prin ciples and even more pronounced at tacks in the Senate and in the North ern press generally on the Jews as fa voring slavery followed when Benja min became so prominently identified with the cause of the Confederacy in this connection I would remark that the Rabbis and foremost Jews North of the Mason and Dixon line were in sympathy with the Federals while those of the South were in sympathy with the great Southern Lost Cause In 1854 he presented to the Senate on behalf of the American Jewish cit izens a petition calling for govern mental action against Swiss antisem itic discrimination recognized in a treaty with our gover...

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. — 17 February 1910

p rw w jn itfl fT Tfy jWTO H yiJIJJ li TifW fww Cincinnati Ohio is visiting in our city Misses Julia Evelyn and JIor tense Blum of Houston spent Sunday in our city Mr Melvin Cohen spent Sunday in our city Mrs L Bowskey of New Orleans is visit ing her daughter Mrs S Sakowitz Mrs Max Nathan and little daughter Doris are spending a few days in our city Mrs Lewis and Mrs S L Levy leave this week for Calvert Mr and Mrs Ben Blum and their daughter Miss Sara D Blum were at home to their friends informally Sun day afternoon Mr H Nussbaumn of Houston whose engagement to Miss Blum was announced a few days ago met the friends of the Blum family Mr Nussbaum is connected with the Magnolia Paper Co and has as many friends in his home city as his bride elect has here TEXARKANA Mrs Abe Abrams contemplates a visit to relatives and friends in Dal las Texas Mrs B Schram en tertained the Alps Club on Thursday afternoon Mrs Julius Scherer and Mrs Abrams making highest score and capturing first and secon...

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. — 17 February 1910

Published Weekly by HERALD PRINTING COMPANY E GOLDBERG Editor Phone 5333 Preston G16 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 postoffice at Houston Texas under the Act of March 3 1879 LOCAL VAUDEVILLE PLEASE COPY The Orpheum Theater Company of Cincinnati has written the following letter to William Morris head of the Independent Vaudeville Combination Gentlemen We positively do not want any more Hebrew character acts at our theaters Kindly follow this in future booking Yours truly Orpheum Theater Co Some of our local playhouses that cater to the ultrarefined and who lay stress on their superiority would do well to follow this example set by the Cincinnati playhouse It doesnt please selfrespecting Jews to see such cari catures on the stage and the local management has no business to insult a large portion of its patrons by ...

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. — 17 February 1910

Dressed Geese Ducks Turkeys and Chickens FRESH EGGS AND BUTTER PROMPT DELIVERY CITY MARKET PHONE 920 OR 412 Matinee Daily 230 Nights 830 HOUSTONS HOUSE OF VAUDEVILLE You always see the best here Prices always the same Phone Preston 4966 Phone Preston 564 lumbers and team 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 THE JEWISH HERALD K LOCAL NEWS TEXAS STORAGES MOVING COMPANY Lowest Rate of Insurance of any Warehouse in the City iMiss Mamie Abersohn has returned from a visit to New York J R Philllpowski of 1805 Preston is reported on the sick list the past week Mrs Jennie Lewis and sisters Mrs Stern and Mrs Lemmons have moved to 2408 La Branch Mr and Mrs J Loewenstein have gone to San Antonio for the benefit of Mr Loewensteins health Mrs C C Grumbach Mrs Simon Roos and Miss Camilla Roos left on Wednesday for a months visit to East Texas 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. — 17 February 1910

The news reaches us of a copartner ship having Teen formed between two of our prominent attorneys of this city viz H J Dannenbaum and Otto Taub which will hereafter be known as Dan nenbaum Taub This combination is spoken of by members of the bar as a very strong one both gentlemen being well known for their legal acumen as well as strict integrity At a meeting of the Bikor Cholim Society a week ago a committee con sisting of the following gentlemen was appointed to give the annual Purim ball for that organization Messrs H Grossman chairman A L Greenstein secietary D Frosch treasurer A M Levy L Seline and Max Westheimer The date was set for March 29th at Turner hall Mrs M J Schlom is chairman of the ladies committees The neckwear and handherchief ba zar under the auspices of the Beth Israel Ladies Aid Society will be held at Concordia Club Tuesday February 22nd There will be a fine musical programme to be followed by dancing Refreshments will be served through out the evening and eve...

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. — 17 February 1910

i t Tn f > rr l > gJ filJiJ Ww The little one was named Wolf Benja min Mr and Mrs H Wertheimer be ing the godparents Young Mr Hur witz received quite a number of gifts besides several checks to start a bank account Mrs L Applebaum gave a valen tine party Saturday evening for her daughter Lena The house was decorated in Valentine colors and iiowers The girls gathered earlier than the boys who upon arrival were given each a stick of candy to which a ribbon was attached Following this ribbon through the rooms they were finally led to the girls and thus part ners were found Souvenirs were giv en for success in a contest and re freshments of cake and cream served Mrs Applebaum was assisted by Miss May Landau and Miss Gertrude Apple baum while the others present were Miss Lena Applebaum Misses Loise David Rosetta iHirsch Blanche Lem ons Julia Prankle Lucile Wolf Hor tense Blum Clara Fischer Mathilde Weil Jeanette Block Irene Sam Man nette Bonart Natlene Sam Verna Rooney Messrs Lewis...

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. — 17 February 1910

8 Raphael Lechenger Mr Lewin Ben Brown Ned Levin Abe Simon Tom Flaxman Abe Nussbaunm Robert Jar ret Ben Schram Ed Larendon Al Bath Max Keller Dr Barnstein Alex Keller Ike Epstein Bernard Newding George Norvich Meyer Wagner Julius Jacobs Ike Jacobs Leon Flaxman Bernard Schnitzer JEWISH LITERARY SOCIETY Continued from page 3 with which to pay for the site and to erect thereon a building sufficient at this time to house its members The campaign is on for funds and it be hooves all people to join hands and to give in as liberal a manner as it is possible for a cause deserving not only contributions but affiliation But thir ty days remain within which to pay for the building site To be a success it requires your assistance assistance of the mothers and fathers the assist ance of business people assistance of every one who looks for the develop ment and benefit that must of necess ity accrue to the Jewish mind and therefore to the city and State In the campaign that is being made some mig...

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. — 17 February 1910

> 4 M 4 < < t < > 4 > t MM4 < < l > HM M4 M M M + < < M t M ° M Insure With Us We iGuarantee Where Others Promis < 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 HEUHAUS 3 OTDEKEB JOHATHAM LANE J S EICE Vice President South Tex SecretaryTreasurer The Lane Wolters Storey President Union Bank and as Grain Company Guarantee Life Insurance Attorneys Houston Trust Company Houston J T SCOTT Company Houston Texas Texas Texas Vice President First NaLEONAED TILIiOTSOH W M BICB CHARLES SCHREITTEK tional Bank Houston President Sealy National Lumberman and Capital Banker and Cattleman Texas Bank Sealy Texas ist Houston Texas Kerrville Texas JOEH H KEEBY V A ARNIM JOS F MEYER J P WOLTERS President Kirby Lumber Pre ident First National Jos F Meyer Hardware Lane Wolters Storey Company Houston Texas Bank Flatonia Texas Company Houton Texas Attorney...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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