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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 28 April 1910

Insure Today Tomorrow May Be Too Late Vlax Wesfcheimer INSURANCE Phone Preston 174 406 Houston Land and Trust Building 1 tBN C KOU l Our famous Hot Mineral Water is curing sufferers from rheuma- tism stomach troubles skin and blood diseases 365 days in the year Its reputation has been established by fifteen years of success- ful use among its patrons are numbered residents of the various States and Territories Central and South America Cuba and Ha wai The many people who have found relief through drinking and bathing in this water are our best advertisements The chemical analysis of our water is similar to that of Carlsbad Germany but hotter and stronger Model hotels boarding houses and bath houses that are comfortable winter and summer Rates from 500 per week to 300 per day Round trip rates on all railroads good for 60 days For further particulars address Commercial Club Marlin Texas TheoD Meyer The Music Man PIANOS Valuable Information to Buyers PHONE Preston 6069

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 28 April 1910

T wo Rubb F C VanLiew PLUMBER 816 Travis St Houston Texas Repairing Locks and Keys Titled Guns and Pistols re- paired Saws Tiled Rubber Boots and Hot Water Bags repaired All work guaranteed A BISBEf 609 Fannin St Houston PhonographC 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 tores HOUSTON AND DALLAS When You Need Anything in Rubber Think of Us ZZII SEND US YOUR ORDERS FOR I Garden Hose Fire Hose Fire Extinguishers ruggist s Sundries Belting Packing Rubber Clothing Automobile Accessories DR G T SPEARMAN Spociallat hi Dieusen ot the SLin Nervous hyateiii and Im ate Dihchmjh of Men and Wowien E A HUDSON FURNITURE CO FURNITURE BEST GOODS TOR LEAST MONEY SOLD ON EASY WEEKLY or MONTHLY PAYMENTS WRECKER Or I HGH PRICES 71 I Travis St Phone Preston 1078 PHONE 4070 Res Phone 4068 Capital 250000 212 MAIN HOUSTON The Latest in Every Thing Optic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 28 April 1910

I WWW ipWpjWjP nRWr THE JEWISH HERALD DISTRICT GRAND LODGE NO 7 I O B B CONVENTION Mobile Had the Honor of Entertaining the BNal BRith Convention of District No 7 The beautiful home of the Fidelia Club was placed at the disposal of the Convention and the ballroom handsomely decorated was convert- ed into a hall for the purpose The hall was decorated with Am- erican flags and streamers the corn- ers of the hall being shaped into ro- settes The stage was festooned with the National colors In the rear was an immense Menorah electrically lighted The incandescent lights were placed on the top of representations of candles while each of the candle- holders had at the upper end a trans- parent letter lighted from within These letters formed the word Wel- come and at the base were also the initials T O B B in electric lights The gallery overlooking the hall was also festooned in American flags When the curtain was raised it re- vealed the officers of the Grand Lodge Mayor Pat J Lyons and Ai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 28 April 1910

Miss Corsicana Lodge Corsicana Tex Oklahoma Lodge Oklahoma City Oklahoma Max Kaufman Lodge Clarksdale Miss Florida Lodge Jacksonville Fla Yazoo City Lodge Yazoo City Miss Mr Jacques Loeb Chairman of the Board of Endowment Trustees pre- sented his report which was read and referred to the Committee on Endow- ment Seveial resolutions hearing upon dif- ferent subjects were introduced Among these were resolutions that the general committee collect and expend 5000 to suppress the white slave traf- fic in the Seventh District and that the grand lodge go on record as mak- ing part of the propaganda work of the district the immigration through the port of Galveston of Jews and their location in the Southern section of the United States Brothers Charles Rosen and A A Marx were granted permission to dis- cuss the resolution which was offered by Bro Rosen The resolution in question was to change the law so that District Grand Lodge No 7 may elect all the dele- gates representing the Bnai Brith...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 28 April 1910

ago Just before the adoption of the report Mr Kahn arose and thanked the committee for the favorable com- ment and check and announced that lie had also received a check for 1000 toward the fund from the Jews of Memphis G50 from another city and 85925 from Dallas Texas He also announced that he had received a check from Mr J Pollock of Mobile for 100 and one from Mr L Hara mel of Mobile for 50 for the Home A report on the Touro Infirmary was made by the standing committee through Chairman Leo M Brown of Mobile Work of the Jewish Immigration Bureau at Galveston was commended in a report by the Committee on Im- migration and the Grand Lodge pledg- ed its cooperation in the movement of Jews through the port of Galves tdn who come to the United States and to use its ability to have them distributed on farms of the South wherever practical in order to encour- age agriculture The following names presented by President iSchwarz as members of the General Committee of the Grand Lodge were un...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 28 April 1910

close The result of all this was to set up in the minds of a great many doubts as to our standard of success and doubts as to just what it was After all what is the idcil to set be foie the growing youth Shall it be that of a captain of industry who is at the head of a soulless corporation Shall it e the mighty promoter and iranipulator wlio by a slight of hand suddenly inflates values to the extent of millions and then gathers these from those who hac bargained for these goldbrick inflations Shall it be the smoothvoiced overcordial poli- tician who winks with one eye to the grasping corporation and with the other to the wardheeler Snail it be the ordinary gentleman of quiet and simple life who lives and doco his best to let others live ihe last would be well but it is trying to American ambition to live and not to be some- one moie than someone else nc mat- ter exactly how we get there We were doubting just what standard would be a universal one that is many were doubting Some had ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 28 April 1910

yry uys yti OSCAR STRAUS AT SALONICA The American Ambassador to Con- stantinople and Mrs Straus passed through Salonica on their way to Egypt and on the 10th of March His Excel- lency addressed a large gathering in- cluding the Chief Rabbi and the Com- munal Council in the Talmud Torah Central Synagogue In the course of his speech which created a profound impression Mr Straus said that he was delighted to be once more among the Jews in Tur- key and especially those at Salonica He dwelt on the wide spirit of tole- rance shown to the Jews by the Os manli He condemned the use of Ju deoEspagnol as the mothertongue de- claring it to be an irony of history that they should speak the language of the executioners of their ancestors The Jews in Turkey should speak Turkish just as American Jews speak English He added that if he had not been an American he should have wished to be a Turk An interesting feature of the occassion was an address to Mr Straus spoken in excellent English by a pupil ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 28 April 1910

THE JEWISH HERALD Published Weekly by HERALD PRINTING COMPANY E GOLDBERG Editor 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 00 a m Wednesday Entered as second class matter No Yember 20 1908 at the postoffice at Houston Texas under the Act of March 3 1879 By Mrs B Lurie THE FEAST OF UNLEAVENED BREAD Of all festivals tins one has played a most important part in the life of humanity For numberless centuries the Feast of Unleavened Bread has brought consolation to many genera- tions of men Through unspeakable persecutions it was never abandoned forsaken or forgotten During sojourn among nations whose religious obser- vances consisted of bloody rites and ceremonies the handful so to speak to whom the observance of the Pass- over was entrusted preserved it in all its uplifting purity About it cluster the idea of home iounded on thoughts cf Gcd and of a future life wherein will be ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 28 April 1910

HT rfSTWft FORT WORTH Our representative who is keeping up the good work of gathering in subscriptions spent the Pesah holidays in Ft Worth Reports both congre- gations there Orthodox as well as Reform in a most flourishing condition and their respective leaders earnest and hard working men Rabbi Fox of the Reform congrega- tion while young in the Rabbiriate is a great scholar and of a winsome per- sonality and the members of his flock are his friends as well On Sunday at his Temple was read to his num- erous Sunday school attendants the impressive service of the Seder At Ahavath Sholen Congregation Dr Blumenthal continues to be the idol of the membership 1 need not say that his members are not idolators which is utterly unJewish but I am at a loss for another expression which would fitly signify the love and es- teem by young and old alike He has certainly produced wonderful re- sults in the education of the young in perfect Hebrew as well as in the elo vation of their moral standa...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 28 April 1910

ous array of costly wedding presents after which a dainty collation in har- mony with the color motif was served Toasts were given by Rabbi M Sam field S J Rosenheim and Frank Falk stein Mr Falkstein and his bride left on a late train for an extended Southern bridal tour and upon their return the latter part of the month they will be- at home in San Antonio where the groom is prominently known During the hours of reception the members of the Order of the Eastern Star to which the bride is a mem- ber called to extend their congratula- tions and as a present from the order they presented the happy couple with a silver loving cup Among the out of town guests were Mrs A Falkstein and Mr Frank Falk stein of San Antonio Texas Mrs Jo- seph Weidenfeld of Chicago Messrs Joe Frost and Ike Cohen of Cairo 111 and Miss Marie Kahn of Vicksburg Miss CALVERT Master Henry Abrams is spending a few days with relatives in Waco < Mr and Mrs Sig Epstein were among the visitors in San Antonio Mr N Garf...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 28 April 1910

JT Dressed Geese Ducks Turkeys and Chickens FRESH EGGS AND BUTTER PROMPT DELIVERY JL 9 JL U1S CITY MARKET PHONE 920 OR 412 Matinee Daily 230 Nights 830 HOUSTONS HOUSE OF VAUDEVILLE AJESTIC You always the best here see Prices always the same Phone Preston 4966 Phone Preston 564 Robischung Bros 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 THE JEWISH HERALD Mr Paul Lang is homo fiom a months trip through Texas Miss Ethel Weinberger returned Monday from a visit to San Antonio Mrs A B Cohen is visiting her par- ents Mr and Mrs A S Fox in Pales- tine erzl Lodge T O 13 B meets Tues- day night May 3 at Adath Yesurun Hall Mike and Harry Maltz leave Sunday for a months vacation to New Yok to visit relatives Mr and Mrs Henry Greenfield have as their guest their sister Miss Rae Greenfield of Cincinnati Ohio Mr Emmich Meyer sent sev...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 28 April 1910

10 Grove A very large crowd was pres- ent and everybody reports a good time Much praise is due Mr Sam Wein berger who worked hard and faithful- ly The regular monthly meeting of the Sons and Daughters of Zion has been postponed on account of holiday from the first to the second Sunday in the month tnat is May 8th Mr and Mrs M Stark are rejoicing over the birth of their first grandchild a girl born April 22 to their children Mr and Mrs Sam Grossman of Eagle Pass Texas Mr Sam Grossman of Eagle Pass is in the city the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs M Stark The ladies who assisted in receiving on Wednesday evening at the recep- tion given Miss Lewyn by the mem- bers of Concordia Club were as fol- lows Mesdames Jules Hirsch Oscar Lipper Jonas Altman Morris Rosen field 1 G Gerson A M Morris C D Wolf Misses Rosetta Hirsch Clara Hsher Hortense Blum Irene Sam Lucille Wolf JOSEPH WESTHEIMER DEAD The many friends of Mr and Mrs S J Westheimer are grieved over the death of their father Joseph W...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 28 April 1910

U You may go where you please but CafeT Sauter handles the best JL e JL CJL JLa JL Economy Corner Surely driven away or h 6S killed by a box of LEWYNS DANDY ROACH KILLER Lewyns Drug Store 506 Travis St CERTIFICATE AUTHORIZING THE UNION NATIONAL BANK TO BEGIN BUSINESS No 9712 TREASURY DEPARTMENT OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY Washington D C March 25th 1910 WHERE AS by satisfactory evidence presented to the undersigned it has been made to appear that THE UNION NATIONAL BANK of Hous- ton in the city of Houston in the county of Harris and State of Texas has complied with all the provisions of the statutes of the United States required to be complied with before an association shall be authorized to commence the business of banking NOW THEREFORE I Lawrence O Murray Comptroller of the Currency do hereby certify that THE UNION NATIONAL BANK OF HOUSTON in the city of Houston in the county of Harris and State of Texas is author- ized to commence the buiness of bank- ing as provide...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 28 April 1910

12 I hereby announce myself as a can- didate for reelection as County Clerk of Harris County subject to the ac- tion of the Democratic primaries GEO JONES I hereby announce myself as a can- didate for reelection as Tax Collector of Harris County subject to the action of the Democratic primaries The sanu old George GEO L GLASS I hereby announce myself as a candi- date for reelection as Justice of the Peace Precinct No 1 Harris County subject to the action of the Democratic primaries m Mcdonald I hereby announce myself as a candi- date for Judge of the Fiftyfifth Dis- trict Court subject to the action ot the Democratic primaries W P HAMBLEN I hereby announce myself as a candi- date for reelection to the office of Tax Assessor of Harris County subject to the action of the Democratic prima- ries and will appreciate your support A R MILLER I hereby announce my candidacy for reelection as County Superintendent of Schools subject to the action of the democratic voters in the July pri- mari...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 28 April 1910

J ji M l X4 t I 4J4 1t 1 Insure With Us We 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 SHARIES BOEDEKEE JONATHAN1 LANE J S RICE Vice President South Tex SecretaryTreasurer The Lane Wolters A Storey President Union Bank and as Grain Company Guarantee Liife Insurance Attorneys Houston Trust Company Houston J T SCOTT Company Houston Texas Texas Texas Vice President First NaLEONARD TILLOTSON W M RICE CHARLES SCHREINER tional Bank Houston President Sealy National Lumberman and Capital Hanker and Cattleman ist Houston Texas JOS F MEYER J Jos F Meyer Hardware Company Houston Texas S F CARTER President Lumberman National Bank Houston Texas Bank Sealy Texas JOHN H KIRBY 13 A ARNIM President Kirby Lumber President First National Company Houston Texas Bank Flatonia Texas J LEWIS THOMPSON A W HOUSTON ThompsonTucker Lumber General Counsel ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 28 April 1910

Save Money BY APPLYING TO Fdr free plans and estimates on all work for Store Bank and Bar Fixtures and Show- Cases of Every Description 130210 Mairi Street Wholesale Dry Goods Furnishing Goods Hosiery Hats Shoes knd Notions The stesulj and uninterrupted growth of our Cotton and Wool Underwear Suspenders Collars business from one season to another is conclusive lfcWork and Dress Gloves Neckwear Overalls and evidence that the merchants of Texas and the k Pantaloons 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 Pasa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 5 May 1910

Our famous Hot Mineral Water is curing sufferers from rheuma tism stomach troubles skin and blood diseases 365 days in the Insure Today Tomorrow May Be Too Late Max Westheimer INSURANCE Phone Preston 174 406 Houston Land and Trust Building 1 tHBNC MOOT rheumatism year Its reputation has been established by fifteen years of success- ful use among its patrons are numbered residents of the various States and Territories Central and South America Cuba and Ha wai The many people who have found relief through drinking and bathing in this water are our best advertisements The chemical analysis of our water is similar to that of Carlsbad Germany but hotter and stronger Model hotels boarding houses and bath houses that are comfortable winter and summer Rates from 500 per week to 300 per day Round trip rates on all railroads good for 60 days For further particulars address Commercial Club Marlin Texas iMHi MHHHHiHHHMnHmHM ThcoD Meyer The Music Man PIANOS Valuable Information to Buyers PHONE P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 5 May 1910

We LIGHT your way and SOUND your good judgment when the opportunity comes for your purchasing anything in Automobile Accessories Cook With Gas Cheap Cool Clean E A HUDSON PURNITURE CO FURNITURE BEST GOODS FOR LEAST MONEY SOLD ON EASY WEEKLY or MONTHLY PAYMENTS WRECKER OF HIGH PRICES 711 Travis St Phone Preston 1078 LEPP5TEJN MQ WNttWW mS HTSiffili WmfiSmm I PHONE 4070 Hose or Rubber Clothing SPECIAL Res Phone 4068 F C VanLiew PLUMBER BICYCLE Repairing Locks and Keys Fitted Guns and Pistols re- paired Saws Filed Rubber Boots and Hot Water Bags repaired All work guaranteed A BISBEfr 609 Tannin St HoustonPhonographCo Complete stock of both Edison and Victor records and machines on hand We sell on easy payments maintain expert repair department guarantee satisfaction R tail Wholesale 919 Capitol 709 Louisiana acKing Now is the Time For Garden Hose Miles of it in Stock Write us For Prices or Call and Pick Out What You Want TWO BIG STORES HOUSTON 61 5 Main Street DR G T SPEARMAN Specialis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 5 May 1910

r Wrpr r nf iqp TT THE JEWISH HERALD ANNUAL MEETING OF CONGREGA- TION BETH ISRAEL On last Sunday afternoon at 330 oclock the annual meeting of Con- gregation Beth Israel was called to order by President Sidney Myers Secretary Jonas Altmont read the min- utes of the previous meeting follow- ed by the presidents message lie ports of the various committees were read The financial condition of the congregation is very satisfactory and the membership shows an increase over last year The congregation acted upon the presidents recommendation and de- cided to join the Union of American Hebrew Congregations Upon the recommendation of Mr M C Wagner chairman of the Sun- day School committee it was decided to have one of the Sunday school- teachers selected by the Board at- tend the Jewish Chautauqua each year It will meet at Detroit this sum- mer Other important matters were then brought up but a special meeting will be called on Sunday May 8 for their disposal The Presidents Message To the Me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Herald — 5 May 1910

J TJi gpsnnp in pj i wpw ft inn rt TT TTf pw Tr l was clearly outlined by Professor Schatz in a letter that lie wrote to the Jews in America Our committee says he took it upon itself to propagate the domestic art industry in Palestine with the ob- ject of offering the young healthy ele- ment of the population an inducement to remain in the country and making it desirable for new immigrants to set- tle here- In order to insure the success of the undertaking our committee deter- mined first upon employing the mod- ern system of instruction secondly upon employing the newest methods of production and thirdly upon de- voting much attention to a market for the products the last for the purpose of insuring protection against thievish agents such as Bulgaria and Damas- cus has had to cope with The school proper is divided into six classes the first class the preparatory class the class in plaster casting the evening school the carpet weaving de- partment and the Hebrew department The first...

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