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Paterson, N. J.
The Hon. Xnthan Barnert, former mayor of Paterson, X. J., Inis donated the sum of SSOO to the new temple of Congregation Kinanu-EI. Cleveland. Dr. M. Macliol who has been rabbi of Scoville avenue for thirty-one years, was jr j veil a purse of $;>.tH)U and the title Emeritus rabbi. Tin 1 inmates of the Montefiore Home for Aped ami Infirm Israelites spent the holidays very pleasantly. On Tuesday afternoon they were given a concert, af ter which they were served with re freshments. St. Louis. Xearly 250 members of the congrega tion were present when the corner stone of the new Temple Israel, at- King s Highway and Washington boulevard, was laid Sunday afternoon at J o'clock. The impressive ceremony ol dedication was performed by liahhi I asm Harrison. President Fraley, who was present at the laving of the corner stone of tin* obi synagogue, twenty veal's ago. spoke a few words of greeting. Philadelphia. |)r. W. Evans Darby, secretary of the Peace Society of Ureal Britain and prom inently identified with all the activities of this movement, delivered an address on “The Hague Conference” on Sat urday morning. September 21st. at. the Kodcf Shalom Synagogue. New Congregations Organized. .Jewish residents of the district be tween Fifth and Eighth streets, in Phil adelphia. have taken preliminary steps to organize a congregation which will be known as B’ritli Sholom. It. has been decided to establish a religious school for the children. Cincinnati. The Retail Clerks' Union is still hold ing out its threat to arrest all dealers refusing to close their place of business on Sunday. Small Jewish dealers are those most directly atleeted by the scare, which, they say, is hurting their busi ness. The tone assumed by its leaders is frankly jinti-Jewish, or, as it was ex pressed at a meeting of the association, according to a Jewish member, its aim is ‘‘to make the Fifth street and Sixth street ‘kikes’ close up.” The italicized word has developed associations similar to those of “scab” in a strike. Both American fewry THE JEWISH OUTLOOK sides have hired counsel, and expect to fight out the controversy to a finish, each expressing confidence of success. The Union of American Hebrew Congrega tions. The receipts for the Isaac M. Wise Me morial Fund to September :10, 1907, amount to 5fvf42.777.3i>. Ada til Israel Congregation of Lexing ton, Kv., has become a member of the Union. The opening of the Hebrew Union College last week for the present schol astic year was attended with the most happy circumstances. While an increase in the number of students was looked for. the number that matriculated was a most pleasant surprise to the friends of the college, many of whom were present to witness the opening exercises. The valuable additions that, have been made to the faculty ami the concord and har mony which now prevail among the stu dents, faculty ami governing body of the college augurs well for the future of the institution. Doing Good Doing good while one lives is one of the greatest pleasures in life. There are none of us so poor but that we can do some good to our fellow beings; and how niueh more pleasure the rich can de rive from their wealth if they would only do their philanthropic deeds while they arc alive and can see the results of their actions. If we stop to think a few moments it is not always money that is required to bring happiness into the world. Sometimes a rich friend can do some one a great kindness by giving him a little hit of pleasure. Many persons are so selfish that they never think of any one else. If they have all they wish themselves, that is all that is necessary. Again there are others who are simply thoughtless: they do not think of any one else, but if they are reminded they are glad to do so. It is strange how few of our rich peo ple realize the infinite amount of good they could do if they only would give the matter a little thought. llow much pleasanter life would be if we would only think of others. Those who afford happiness to their fellow beings derive great blessings from life, and those who are thoughtless in this direction lost* much that is worth living for. \ j Hello V acuum Main Cleaner 8731 Connects Company You 1000 BROADWAY The only sanitary system for cleaning CARPETS. RUGS. DRAPERIES, etc. LADIES’ HHt TAILORS \3f Artistic JrtylM Exclusive W UU 734 EAST COLFAX I I. Carrier CUrhion V) V Phone YorK 1289 SHEPARD CGL REED SRcse tleetrie *Cc. s l *™ VA. Rosenthal, Proprietor Electric wiring nnd repairing combi nation KJiH and electric fixture*. Esti mates cheerfully furnished and work guaranteed. 12138 C.'ourt Place. choicest Cut Flowers AND PLANTS CALL L’l* Alain 41»H7 The Scott Floral Coi%_2Utli*_ChiiitM>a B. J. Siatterjr Chris Irvin* Jaa. Flockhsri Alex Glen. THE CHRIS IRVING PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. TELEPHONE 11M 1525 Larimer St. DENVER, COLO. KARL’S ALWAYS GOOD THE BEST IN EVERY LOAF BREAD (REGISTERED.) 5