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The Jewish herald. (Houston, Tex.) 1908-1914, November 19, 1908, Image 6

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Tltmt Cures Chaps
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Main and Preston Avenue
ftlhambra Theatre
Cor Rusk and Fannin
Weak Commencing Sunday Night Nov 22
Hcrh 8c Lewis Orchestra
VITall Wade Comedy Sketch
Auntie Hallucination
Marilan and Rosalie
The Parisian Singing and Dancing
Illustrated Song
WisrI Me Good Luck on My
Jack Odcll Grace Gilmore
Comecly Playet Sweet Charity
Best Animated Pictures New and novel
Popular Prices
Two Performances Every Night
815 and 920
Maxwell House Blend
Vaudeville Moving Pictures
Dentistry that has pro en afailur
intbe hands of other dentists
317 12 Main Street Old Phone 5129
0nited Woolen Mills
Suits Mmdo to Moasure 915
JFiucst and Largest Selection of Wool
ens in the State
f guaranteed union made
310 Fannin Street Theater Bulldinc
The Jewish Herald
Eureka Laundry We Mend Your Clothes Old Phone 565
Second Literary Ball
The second annual carnival
ball of the Jewish Literary So
ciety took place in the rooms of
the society in the Mason building
a week ago Thursday evening
The program proved an unusual
ly attractive one and due credit
must be given to the amusement
committee and its chairman Mr
Isadore Tiras
The grand march as led by Mr
Ben Hurwitz and Miss Gertrude
Levy and the very unique method
of introducing the visitors in this
number formed one of the chief
features of the entertainment
The rooms were prettily dec
orated and the NoTsuOh
scheme of adorning the walls and
ceiling was carried out by Miss
Gertrude Levy of the house com
There was also a prize waltz
and three prizes were given
namely first one dozen cabinet
photos donated by the Jewish
Herald second and third
boxes of line candy donated by
Messrs A Lefis and Max West
heimer The first prize was won
by Miss Jennie Karkowsky sec
ond by Miss Ervie Levine of Gal
veston third Miss Minnie Aron
of Beaumont
The following visitors were
present and registered in the so
cietys register Misses Ervie Le
vine Yetta Rauch Lizzie Dorf
man Ella Borschow Clara Zirin
and Brener Braslau of Galveston
Ray Levine of Wharton Sarah
Goot of San Antonio and Minnie
Aron of Beaumont Young gent
lemen S Summer Gordon of
Boston Mass Sam F Zinn of
Galveston and N J Levine of
Waco Other guests were Mr
and Mrs Depperman of El Pa
so and Miss Knowlan of Victo
On Sunday November 22nd
at 3 oclock sharp there will be
a literary meeting of the Jew
ish Literary Society and Rabbi
H Cohen of Galveston will be
the chief speaker Those who
have heard him before will sure
ly not miss this opportunity to
hear this popular rabbi talk Oth
er numbers on the program are
Miss Bettie Mendelson paper
Miss Dora Stark violin solo The
program promises to be an in
tv esting one and a large attend
ance is expected A H 4C
Sour Lake Chemical Company
Demonstration Office for Skin and Scalp Affection
710 ffllam Street
On Wednesday night a crowd
of about one hundred assembled
at the hall of the Literary So
ciety to be entertained by a de
bate Resolved That Moses was
a wiser man than Solomon the
first of the season
The meeting was presided
over by Chairman Henry J Dan
nenbaum who selected three
judges from the assembly
The debate was certainly very
interesting the strong points be
ing brought out very forcibly by
Mr Joe Finger and Miss Celia
Cohen in favor of Moses and by
Mr Archie Cohen in favor of
Solomon The decision of the
judges was a peculiar one inas
much as two favored Moses and
one favored Solomon the points
showed 27 to 24 in Solomons fa
vor Hence Resolved Solomon
was the wisest
News reaches us from abroad
of the wonderful success both
musically and socially of Miss
Helena Lewyn Miss Lewyn is
in Berlin where she is studying
music under the best masters
and while only a young girl her
success is remarkable She has
composed and published a ga
votte also a song the words of
which are taken from one of the
worldfamous poems of Shelley
which was sung at a concert in
Germany She will give a grand
concert at Berlin March 181909
where she will make her debut
Tell it to our advertisers that you
saw It In The Herald
A large mass meeting will be
held Sunday November 22nd
1908 at Galveston The purpose
of thi3 meeting is to organize a
Zionist society A large crowd is
expected to go from Houston
A very interesting program
has been arranged
Mr L A Freed from San
Antonio will address the audi
ence in English and Mr Abe
Gordon will speak in Yiddish
Rev II B Leiberman will be
there with his choir A very in
all wjio attend
Ladies Aid Entertainment
The second of the series of en
tertainments under the auspices
of the Ladies Aid Society of
Temple Beth Israel will be held
Thursday November 26th at
815 p m in the Sunday School
hall of the Temple when the
members of the congregation
and their friends will be enter
tained with a novel and interest
ing program as follows
1 Piano 3ola Miss Josie
2 Recitation Miss Manette
3 Song Master Russell Prid
4 Spelling bee by Sunday
School pupils
5 Trio violin flute and piano
Miss Theresa Grumbach Mr
Abe Roos
6 Song Miss Mamie Male
The lucky number that will
entitle the holder thereof to the
Spread that has been raffled by
Mrs Regina Kottwitz will be
announced during the evening
and all having chances are re
quested to be present
A Chinese Laundry will be
quite a feature of the evening
and will afford much meriment
The marriage of Miss Archie
Sperling to MrDan Fartil of
New Orleans took place Tuesday
Nov 9 Miss Sperling is a cous
in of the Misses Sadie and Jen
nie Freyer of McKinney Ave
Miss Sophie Lieberman of
Galveston has returned to her
home after a pleasant visit with
her friend Mrs Henry Cook at
the Bristol
The funeral of Mrs Rose Joa
chim took place Friday afternoon
at 3 oclock from the family resi
dence 1010 Bagby street Rabbi
Barn3tein officiating at the cere
monies Interment was made in
the Jewish orthodox cemetery
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