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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 2 June 1910

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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. — 9 June 1910

Second Year A SAD SAD DISAPPOINTMENT Icaac Ash and Morton Eschncr w m m M m Reprinted from The Review Philadel phia It wns n proud day for Abo Anten Hon when ho graduated from the en gineering course of the Blank Univer sity and at once secuicd a lucrative position but it was a prouder day for Abes parents who had with eager tyes watched the dally progress of their only son Abes mother and father were ex tremely fond of each other so fond that when one of their ncquaintnnceu wished to reproach her husband with a matrimonial grievance she woufiT point for unfavorable contrmstjto Jtho admirable connubial deportment of Mr Antonspn Likewise bo it stated in the interest of truth that when one of their acquaintance wished to re proach his wlfo for one fniling or an other Mrs Antenson would Invariably be mentioned for comparison Their devotion to their son was mon umental neither being able to outdo the other In this respect When they were not thinking about him and hia future thoy wero ta...

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. — 9 June 1910

to the detriment 6f the trembling hand ho proffers lo you gentle render upon Introduction The name hand with the uamo tremble ho uses to grasp the land extended townrd him by Miss Rcls and to move It up and down a liw times Know this KUuppo that this is the ridiculous manner of greet ing In America The rather contemptuous half nmuBed glance which Miss Rels b e atows upon him does not servo to rec tify the defect in Abes circulation previously noted But Abe is a hero To the intense surprise of Miss Reis Uo sits down upon the davenport very Tory close to her Merciful heavens ho has his arm around her WaiBt Once started there is no hesitation and he keeps right on in the most ap proved style Dearest 1 love you Will yon accept me as your husband I am sure quite sure that our paients will agree to our marriage In fact i Im positive of it Tell me darling 1 speak will you marry met And to the everlasting surprise and sad bad disappointment ot the author she nestled close to his bosom and m...

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. — 9 June 1910

Public opinion sometimes has powor When tho law could do very little to right tho wrong entailed by a broken section of a law Can ton righteous men savo a city aiid with tho prophet exclaim Emanuel God Is with us Many a congregation because lt3 Ideals at a those cf justice and rlght eousness ha3 made the regulation khat tie edo ten men In good stand lig can work peaco for God and hu humanity On this basis of justice Israel can unite Thero will be no need of tho reconcllor Truth will be domandod of the pulpit and justice of the pew Dont be a wobbler Let the pew be of strong heart and courageous SAN ANTONIO At the annual meeting of the local section Council of Jewish Women held In May the following officers wero elected for tho coming year Presi dent Mrs Ell Ilertzberg first vice president Mrs Lewis Goodman second vicepresident Mrs Sol Halff secre tary Mrs L P Peck treasuier Mrs A Wolff auditor Mrs J Sterne del egate to City Federation Mrs S Dal kowltz alternate Mrs I Levy dele gate t...

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. — 9 June 1910

WfromwaKxjji THE JEWISH HERALD PubllBhod Weokly by HERALD PRINTING COMPANY Goldberg Ruppin Proprietors Phono 6333 Preston C1C Fannin St BubRcrlptlon J150 per year Foreign 200 poryoar All communications for publication must reach this offlco not later than O0 a m Wednesday entered as second class matter No vember 20 1908 at the postofflco at Houston Texas under the Act at March 3 1879 The Jewish Herald Invites corre spondence on subjects of interest to tho Jewish people but disclaims re sponsibility for or Indorsement of tho views expressed by the writers JEWISH CALENDAR 5670 A M 1910 Shnbuoth Feast of Weeks Monday Juno 13 Itosh Cbodesh Tammuz Friday July 8 Rosh Chodesh AbSunday August C Fnst of Ab Sunday August 11 Ttosh Chodesh Ellul Monday Sept 5 New Years Eve 5G71 Monday Oct 3 The change of the Jewish Herald of last week to a larger size has not yet sufficed for the amount of news we are prepared to lay before our readers and we have therefore concluded to appear henceforth in 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. — 9 June 1910

TSw rrrT i 5T T r n rw RCT StS S I SS FRESH EGGS and BUTTER WF Puis City Market DR H A ENGELHART Sptrialiit For EYE EAR NOSE LARYNX AND FITTING GLASSES Suite 511 12 Scanlan Bldg Houiton Texas Coolest place in Houston with a high class modern vaudeville show 9 BIG ACTS EACH WEEK 9 NEW MAJESTIC HOUSTONS HOME OF VAUDEVILLE Ladies Souvenir Matinee Every Wednesday Children s Big Special Matinee Saturday Daily 230 Nighu 830 Refreshments Served to the Ladies Every Afternoon Phone Preston 4966 Delicious Exhilarating Refreshing Cola Invigorating DRINK IT BOTTLED IT IS PURE PHONE PRESTON 3149 You may go where you please but Cafe1 Sauter handles the best HoustonCandy Kitchen CHAS PAVLOV1CH PrPP Fine French Candies 91 3 Congress Ave Phone 4421 American National Bank Capital 250000 212 MAIN HOUSTON Brazos Hotel EUROPEAN PLAN Opposite Grand Central Depot RATES L00 UP Houston PhonographCo Complete stock of both Edison and Victor records and machines on hand We sell on easy payments maintain expert...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 9 June 1910

U pvjwjpp MFWSi > lr 6 Continued from pane 3 man carried away tho highest honors Miss Clara Independence Lowon Bteln will be at homo Sumlny afternoon from 5 to 7 and from 8 to 10 Infor mally to tho class of 1910 and tho fac ultyMlss Gusslo Landman was tho hostess for tho Girls Drldgo this week at which time MIsb Bessie Long won tho first and Miss Gusslo Landman tho second favor Miss Streoter of San An tonio wns tho only guest outside tho club ThO daintyrefreshments were sandwiches and In tho intermissions between the games lovely candy was served Miss Eva Long will entertain them at their next meetlng Miss Jeannette Strauss of Montgomery Ala has been tho guest of Mrs Ike Strauss and has received a number of social at tentions But owing to dividing her visit In Texas with San Antonio rela tives she has been unable to return any of them Upon her return from San Antonio Miss Minnie Strauss will accompany her though her stay here en route home will bo very short Mrs Carrie I Lowenste...

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. — 9 June 1910

r T TT I tp srTF m f arvifi WVwvS I owe thorn to you Folgolo I ro ally do They aoritonced mo nt the gnmo Only I did not wnnt any ono to seo mo Idas yotu Ilia face waa crlmaon Sho atlll re calls how warm hla wholo being was How handsomo ho appoarod to hor that moment Since them Solomon had kissed her often In fact sho had gone to America on his account After her mother died and her father brought home a stepmother Felgelea rolatlvc8 began to think and talk about hor future Onco while they apoko Solomon was present Ho said Folgelo will go to America I shall Lo there In a short time Solomon blushed as ho spoke Fei Sole bent down under some pretext that the relatlvea may not seo her crimson face Tho relatives under stood that tho young folk wore deeply In love And sho went But before alio wont the words pledges the whispers But now what could his Words mean What could tho Intima tions in his letter mean But what Is the use of thinking about it Soon lie would be in America and explain Sh...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 9 June 1910

ZIONIST BULLETIN By Samukl Btumuntiiai Pittsburg Is making oxcollout pro visions for tlio convenience of tho dole gates to tho 13th Annual Convention of tho Fodoratlon of American Zion ists to bo hold tho first week In July All Zionist societies nro notified that thoy may send one delegate for each group of 25 mombers and one delegate for each group of GO members over 100 T > ho names of tho delegates should bo sent to the secretary of tho Federation of American Zionists Rabbi Chiis Blumcnthal of Fort Worth will act as delegate In tho nnrao of tho Texas Zionist Associa tion Ho leaves on June 15th and will in tho meantime visit several Intermediate points where the Jewish institutions will largely attract his attention It is heard that Corslcana is en dowed with a group of Jewish youn j men that would intellectually do hon or to even a much larger city It would bo well if they were Identified with the Zionist movement the only Jewish cultural organization that shows activity In th...

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. — 16 June 1910

4 Second Year FRATERNAL RESPONSIBILITY By Rabbi George Fox of Ft Worth We are prone to think that the best things that we have are our own cre ations we often thoughtlessly think that the Institutions that wo prize most arc of our own invention or of recent introduction Wo look upon the humanitarian movements with which we come in contact as prod ucts of this civilization and believe that what is best in our social body has within recent times only been es tablished In this idea we are very often mistaken It is true that only under the complexity of the lifo of the last half century could many of our modern institutions have been founded lOhly wjhen human rela tions assume a certain kind of com plexity and variety can social and hu manitarian means be established for keeping up such as fall back and be hind in the struggle for existence In surance companies lodges and frater nal orders had no place in the society of several centuries ago in fact they are of comparatively recent orig...

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. — 16 June 1910

WHEN THEY MET AGAIN Translated for the Reform Advocate from tlio Yiddish of Meyer Blink In by Oscar Leonard Con titled Feigele was asked many questions by the Immigration authorities She answered that she was earning enough to take care of her brother until he would ilnd work Solomon too had some money with him He was handsome and healthy It was therefore not difficult for him to gain admission to the land of the free At last when he was placed in care of Peigele Solomon pressed her hand warmly She reciprocated blushingly Feigele suppressed her tears Solo mon was pale She was silent until they embarked on the ferry when she remarked incidentally I left my household and rushed down to help you land From the corners of her eyes she watched the effect her words made upon Solomon She noticed that he was astonished at them Her heart began to thump as she saw Solomon turn pale at her words He searched for somelitiug to say to her There was so much that he had to tell her but he did not kn...

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. — 16 June 1910

SWHi u < yWMWi l < m Ji niiuiuii rTT r > < wi Butcher Magic A butchers a magician Some of Ills feats are blgj THe 4 He can cut off a pigs tail r And then retail tlio pltr THE JEWISH HERALD GALVESTON Mr and Mrs Geo Samuels of Dal las spent Sunday In our city Miss Ray Blum Kamlnsky left Sun day for her homo In Houston after spending two weeks with her grand parents Mr and Mrs Bon Blum Mr T Predlekl left the past week for California Mr Molso Schorn stein of New Orleans Is spending a few days In our city Mr Louis Berman of Beaumont spent a few days in our city the past week Mr and Mrs Dave E Woolf enter tained with a sixcourse dinner Sun day complimentary to the Blum Nusshaum hridal party Covers were laid fo reight Those enjoying this elegant appointed dinner were Misses Sara Blum Bertha Ephralm Scale Schornstein Ervie Levlne Messrs Henry Nussbaum Melvin Co hen and Mr and Mrs Dave E Woolf Mr and Mrs Abe Cohen an nounce the engagement of their son Joe to Miss Jennie Rossett o...

Publication Title: Jewish Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish herald. — 16 June 1910

THE JEWISH HERALD Published Weekly by HERALD PRINTING COMPANY Goldberg lluppl Proprietors Phono 5333 Preston C1G Fannin St Subscription 1 50 per year Foreign 200 por year All communications for publication must reach thlB office not later than 900 a m Wednesday Entered as second class matter No vember 20 1908 at the poutofOco at Houston Texas under tho Act of March 3 1879 Tho Jewish Herald Invites corre spondence on subjects of interest to the Jewish people but disclaims re sponsibility for or Indorsement of the views expressed by the writers JEWISH CALENDAR 5670 A M 1910 Shabuoth Feast of Weeks Monday June 13 Rosh Chodesh Tnmmuz Friday July S Rosh Chodesh AbSunday August G Fast of Ab Sunday August 11 Rosh Chodesh Ellul Monday Sept 5 New Years Eve 5071 Monday Oct 3 By Mrs B Lurie DR MAGNES SERMON Every Jewish paper one picks up still teems with references to the bomb shell cast by Dr Magnes into the camp of Reform Judaism This will continue indefinitely It is a healthy a most encour...

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. — 16 June 1910

FRESH EGGS and BUTTER WF Puis City Market DR H A ENGELHART Specialist For EYE EAR NOSE LARYNX AND FITTING GLASSES Suite 51112 Scnnlan Dldg Houston Texas For Prescriptions Phone Preston 6550 1NEEDA DRUG STORE SOL FEIGELSON Prop Jackson and Pierce We Deliver Promptly REYNOLDS MEAT MARKET Choicest Meats Always on Hand Phone us trial order and be convinced Phone Preston 3566 1512 Chartres American National Bank Capital 3250000 212 MAIN HOUSTON Chas F Parker Economy Corner DRY GOODS Delicic Exhilarating Refreshing Invigorating DRINK IT BOTTLED IT IS PUKE PHONE PRESTON 3149 You may go where you please but Cafe1 SauterJ handles the best HoustonCandy Kitchen Cl IAS PAVLOVICI I PrrP Fine French Candies 9 13 Congress Ave Phone 442 I Brazos Hotel EUROPEAN PLAN Opposite Grand Csntial Depot BATES gl00 UP HoustonPhonographCo Complete stock of both Edison and Victor records and machines hand on We sell on easy payments maintain expert repair department guarantee satisfaction Rel il Wholnale 919 Ca...

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. — 16 June 1910

ADELINE J LEVY MEMORIAL FUND The trustees of the Adeline J Levy Memorial Fund held their first meet ing on Tuesday evening all members being present except Mr Joseph Gold man who Is In Europe Bylaws wore adopted and the fol lowing officers elected President Henry 1 Dannonbaum Vice president Dr II Rarnstoln Secretary Isidore Tlrns Treasurer S J Westhclmer Relief committee Chas Blum and lien S Ilurwltz This Institution was endowed by Mr Abe M Levy In memory of his mother Its object being to dispense charity among persons of the Jewish race A princely sum was turned ov er to the trustees the Income of which will be devoted to the purpose stat ed The trustees adopted the following resolution Resolved that It will bo the policy of the Adeline J Levy Memorial Fund to relieve distress among the Jews In cases of emergency only where the ordinary agencies are unable to provide there for In other words the various charitable organizations now existing will bo expected to meet as hereto fore t...

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. — 16 June 1910

fc Thorq exists nn improRslon in the minds of tho friends of Judge allies plo tlmt ho litis n certain ilxoil pollu cal Bltongth nnd tlmt tiny division of tlio opposition will operate to his bun lit Having this in mind some of his friends have encouraged Mr Eliron worth to run nnd have secured his announcement for the office which I seek nnd a vote for him means a vote for Judge Gillespie and a continua tion of present conditions 13vory mans character and his past llfo when ho announces for a public office is and should bo a part of his political platform I am willing that my past llfo should bo exposed to tho closest scrutiny by tho pcoplo of Har ris County I simply ask thit thoy do tho same with the other two can didates and then make the cholco which to their conscience and intelli gence is the best for the people of this district The issue is presentMi straight out I promiso tho people that I will de vote my entlio timr and attention to tho office which I seek and that I will mak...

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. — 16 June 1910

RUSSIA Jewish emigrants to the nuniher of 2459 passed Odessa on the way to Pal estine according to the statistics of the Palestine Colonization Society for the year 1009 They consisted of 1402 men and 797 women Seventy one of them had in their possession 10000 roubles each while most of them had over a thousand roubles The Colonization Society has also en tered Into an agreement with the Black Sea Liners Company in ac cordance with which kosher food is supplied to the emigrants and a spe cial overseer accompanies each group of passengers The Russian Jews have learned with deep regret of the death of the great Polish Authoress Elize Orzeszko at Grodno Her wonderful books Myer Yusefovltch Elijah Makover Ge daliah and others the characteYs of which were all taken from real Jewish life in the modern Ghettoes won for her the admiration and re spect of the Jews In her works she demonstrated her love for the perse cuted Jews and her anxiety to see them not only emancipated but also enjoyin...

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. — 23 June 1910

4 Seccrd Year A M iilFi Wi 1 AN UNDERSTANDING HEA11T Confirmation Sermon by Rabbi Henry Barnstein My dear ypung friends I am going to base my talk to you this morning upon an incident in Scripture which all of you know full well In Gibeon the Lord appeared unto Solomon in a dieam by night and God said Ask what I shall give thee And Solomon said Thou hast shown unto thy servant David my father great kindness Thou hast given him a son to sit on his throne as it is this day And now O Lord my God 1 am but a little child I know not how to go out or come in Give thy servant therefore an understanding heart to judge thy people that I may discern between good and evil for who is able to judge this thy great people And the speech pleased the Lord thatJ3olo mou had asked this thing and God said unto him Because thou hast not asked for thyself long lifeor richesor the life of thine enemies but hast asked for thyself undei standing to discern judg ment behold I have done according to thy word l...

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. — 23 June 1910

always bear In mind Our faith has hardly any dogmas to speak of It looks askance at all vowb It Is ad verso to pledges It extracts no prom ises It merely requires us to discrim inate between good and evil and whilst It Imposes no Irksome duties no extraordinary sacrifices no unreason able obligations it does most emphat ically demand our whole hearted re spect There are Sabbaths to be observed and there are festivals and holy days to be observed These days are pecul iar to the Jew In other respects your duties towards yourselves towards yoifr fellowmen towards your country and towards your God differ not to any ma terial extent from those of any other upright Godfearing citizen There is only one point that I am particularly anxious to impress upon you and that is to publicly show your respect to your faith wherever you may go and in whatever circumstance you may be placed Take the Sabbath for example I know full well that you cannot observe it as the Bible enjoins For the conditions...

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. — 23 June 1910

4 inBmG WMWWA WfIwwmHixw < m < smmH < i < miiwi THE JEWISH HERALD SAN ANTONIO Miss Bertha Morltz and Mr Albert Abrahams were married on Wednesday evening nt the residence of the brides sister Mrs M Ucovlch on West Wood lawn avenue A family dinner fol lowed the ceremony after which Mr and Mrs Abrahams left for a tour of the East nnd will be at home after August 1st in Corpus Chrlstl Mrs Nat Washer and family are spend ing the summer in the White Mount ains and will be joined shortly by Mr AVasher Miss Strauss is visiting 1n Waco the guest of Mr and Mra Strauss Mrs A Wolff and family are spending the summer In Boerne Mr and Mrs D Livingston left on Thursday for Chicago and nearby resorts Mrs Theresa Holzmark is visiting in Kansas City the guest of her son Mr Albert Holzmark v Mrs M Friedman is summering in Atlantic City Mr and Mrs A Piank and Miss Hirsh are in New York Miss Reva Bennan has re turned fiom Boston where she gradu ated at La Salle Seminary The Galdsmlth family...

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