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The Theaters RroadwayJheatre NEXT ATTRACTION heoinnino Next Monday, February 13th FIRST APPEARANCE HERE IN FOUR YEARS OTIS SKINNER As the GYPSY ROVER in THE HARVESTER ny JEAN RICHEPIN BOX AND SEAT SALE OPENS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9. Matinees Thursday and Saturday New Curtis theatre, 35c, 50c. Next Week —February 12 Beginning Sunday Matinee and Entire Week AN AMERICAN GENTLEMAN WITH WILLIAiT BONELLI The Actor-Author BRIGHT, CLEAN, SWEET, PURE—A PLAY TO PLEASE ALL. Great Gypsy Camp Scene —Great Wrestling Match—Great Feats of Strength. Jabor Grand Opera House ONE WEEK Beginning Sunday Matinee FEBRUARY 12th THAT INIMITABLE ECCENTRIC GENIUS BILLY B. VAN IN The Errand Boy An Absolutely Refreshing Relief. Health fully Funny. Tunefully Intoxicating. Scientifically Surpassing. Cos tuming Extraordinary. ORPHEUM The Orplieum has been crowded all week by people who enjoy seeing modern vaudeville at a reasonable price. Her mann the Great, the stellar attraction, is doing all his latest and best tricks, among which is his celebrated Hindoo basket trick, lie brings before the au dience an empty willow basket; he places the Hindoo in a net and ties it securely, and then puts him in the bas ket with a cloth over him. He makes a few mysterious passes and the Hindoo disappears. Hermann pierces the bas ked with a sword on all possible sides to show he is not hid in it. He once more puts the cloth over him, makes a few passes and the man appears from where no one has ever been able to find out. THE JEWISH OUTLOOK FOREIGN Grand Duke Michael Alexandrowicz do nated 3,000 roubles for the poor of Wilna. Russia. One-half of the sura was for the poor Jews. The Annual Chanuka Collection made at the special service by a ladies’ committee in Paris, presided over by the Baroness Gus tave de Rothschild, this year realized 42,000 francs. This sum has been handed over to the committee of the Jewish Elementary and Infant Schools. Two important decrees, seriously affect ing the orthodox Jews in Hungary, have been issued by the Minister of the Interior. All Chedarim, the traditional Jewish schools for the study of Hebrew and religion, are now to be closed as unauthorized educational estab lishments, and many of the differences aris ing in Jewish communities have to be re ferred to the municipal or state authorities. The next Zionist Congress, it is anounced, will be held on July 27th. The meeting will be held in Switzerland, possibly at Lucerne, but not at Basle, as was previously thought. The election of a successor to Dr. Herzl will be held at a special congress which will fol low the ordinary meeting, and which will also decide the question of the establish ment of a settlement in the Uganda terri tory. A great Hassidic rabbi died a few weeks ago in Gur, a town near Warsaw. His name was Loeb Alter, but he was universally known as “Der Gurer Rabbi.” There were more than 20,000 Jews present at the funeral, among whom were about fifty rabbis. There were no orations delivered, according to his request. The cortege walked silently to the cemetery, which is situated about three miles away from the town, and as soon as the Minchah prayer was read all broke out in tears. It was a terrible sight to behold. The rabbi was fifty-nine yea~s old at his death. Frederick David Mocatta, the great Eng lish Jewish philanthropist, who died Janu ary 10th in London, was born in London January 15, 1828, so that the day of his death was the one which followed his sev enty-seventh birthday. He belonged to one of the oldest Anglo-Jewish families whose names are found in the earliest lists of re settlers in this country in the seventeenth century. He was the son of Abraham Mo catta and Miriam Mocatta, nee Brandon. He married in 1857, Mary, second daughter of the late F. D. Goldsmid. His great business experience he gained in the firm of Mocatta & Goldsmid, bullion brokers, of which he became one of the heads. Messrs. Mocatta and Goldsmid to this day are brokers to the Bank of England. Retiring from busi ness in 1874, he devoted the remaining thirty one years of his life to the scientific study and practice of philanthropy. The Jewish communities in South Africa are increasing rapidly, and a sign of the times is the election, for the present year of office, of Councillor H. Lieberman. the first Jew to become mayor of Cape Town. There are two other Jewish members on the Town Council. Mr. Lieberman received the com pliment for his work as the head of the finance committee. He follows the popular Sir William Thorne, who has represented Cape Town for the last three years, and it is somewhat noteworthy that the outgoing mayor, when the question of Sunday Yiddish BERNARD BEER, Pres’t. Phone York 51 Colfax Avenue Floral Co. CUT FLOWERS, DESIGNS AND PLANTS. Cor. 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