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The Jewish herald. (Houston, Tex.) 1908-1914, November 19, 1908, Image 7

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Sons and Daughters of Zion
The regular monthly meeting
Jof the Sons and Daughters of
Zion took place last Sunday night
at the rooms of the Jewish Liter
ary Society with a large and en
thusiastic membership in attend
ance which proves that Zionism
is at last making headway as it
inevitably must in this city and
elsewhere The growth of the
society i3 also evidenced by the
fact that there were seventeen
applications for membership this
month
The reports of the chairmen of
various committees show that
good work for the cause can and
is being done in our midst Our
younger element is at last begin
ning to realize that upon them
rests the responsibility and fu
ture of Zionism in Houston
Owing to the carnival the reg
ular literary meeting was post
poned until the early part of De
cember
A theater party was given
Miss Henrietta Goldstein of Gal
veston and Miss Sara Kaverens
ky at the Alhambra Sunday
night After the performance
supper was served at the Riche
lieu The guests were Mr and
Mrs L Butler Mr and Mrs M
P Butler Miss Libbie Butler
and Miss Sara Harris Mr M J
Goldstein and S Butler
The committees in charge of
the opening ball of the Concor
dia club on the 19th instant are
as follows
Reception Committee J Kuhn
chairman A M Levy Ben
Brown Jules Hirsch Max David
son A MMorris Charles S
Wolf J M Gerson Ben M
Levy
Floor Committee Ben B
Schram chairman Tom Flax
man M C Wagner Ike Jacobs
W P Souza Ed Lowenstein
E A Meyer
Mrs E E Meyer who has
been visiting her relatives left
Sunday for Baton Rouge La
Miss Flora Aaronson of Mar
lin is expected to visit Mrs Em
mich next week
Eureka Laundry We Mend Your Clothes Old Phone 665
The Benefit of Bnai Brith
1 It is the only Jewish order
which has regularly organized
lodges in America Europe Asia
and Africa
2 It is the central body around
which all Jews orthodox and re
form throughout the world may
rally in time of danger
3 It removes the barriers
which for centuries have separat
ed the Jews of different national
ities uniting them in one com
mon brotherhood
4 It champions the cause of
Israel whenever and wherever it
needs a champion and empha
sizes the equality of all men be
fore the law
5 It was the first organization
to induce the United States Gov
ernment to intercede in behalf of
our persecuted brethren in for
eign lands
6 In life it assists its mem
bers in death it protects the
wiow and fatherless
7 > This district Grand Lodge
tNo > 7 contributes to the sup
port of the Jewish Orphans
Home and the Touro Infirmary
of New Orleans La the Hot
Springs Sanatarium and Denver
Hospital for Consumptives
8 It inculcates patriotic devo
tion to the institutions of our
country I
9 It embraces within its ranks
and will bring you into contact
with men of the highest social
standing representing the intel
ligence culture and brightest
minds in American Judaism
10 It teaches as its cardinal
principles benevolences brother
ly love and harmony
TOURO INFIRMARY REGU
LAR MEETING
The regular monthly meeting
of the Board of Managers of the
Touro Infirmary and Hebrew
Benevolent Association was held
at the Infirmary Sunday after
noon PresidentSam Blum inthe
chair secretary at his desk and
the following members of the
board present Messrs E V
Benjamin Abe Blum Jacob D
Dresner Chas Godchaux Edw
Goetz M M Goldman Rev Max
Heller Leonard Krower Lazare
Levy Rev I L Leucht Matt J
Wolf Dr A L Metz Simon
Pfiefer Max Schwabacher Sol
Stern Nat Strauss Herman
Weil and Simon Weins The
minutes of the last meeting held
October 11th were read and ap
proved The monthly bills for
October were approved and or
dered paid at the office of the
treasurer Mr Abe Blum 321
Gravier street on the 20th
Wanted A Jewih lady fpr Mr A B Tipping superinten
housekeeper Applythis office J dent submitted hi3 report 6f ad
missions etc for the month end
ing October 31st as follows
Patients remaining October 1
76 admitted during the month
free 52 pay 126 total 178 total
treated during the month 254
less discharged 159 died 8 to
tal 167 leaving remaining in
the infirmary November 1 free
patients 41 pay patients 46 to
tal 87 In the Julius Weis Home
for the Aged and Infirm inmates
remaining October 1st women
8 men 17 total 25 less died 1
man leaving remaining the home
women 8 men 16
Rev I L Leucht first vice
w rf i it
president submitted his rejbrt
showing amount expended for
charity and relief during the
month of October 29975iand
the summary worked in nis de
partment as follows Stijfen
daries monthly 13 3undrj as
sistance granted to 22 declined
to 3 assisted with food and coal
4 transportation granted to 2
He also submitted the report pi
Dr Jules Lazard physician and
surgeon to the poor from Qtc o
ber 11th to November 7th as
follows Patients treated 12
house visits 18 office consulta
tions 12 i
Our Aim is to Please
WEINGARTEN
Successor to
cKinney Ave Grocery Co
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Fruits and Vegetables
Telephone 1506
fiM
LUTELY FREE
h DOZ 900 PHOTOS
In order to increase our subscription list we
will give Absolutely Free to any one send
ing us six paid yearly subscriptions at 100 each
a half dozen photos that sell regularly at 900
per dozen at Edwards Art Studio 710 Fannin
This offer is for a limited time only Get
busy now before your friend gets ahead of you
For subscription blanks or further informa
tion call or phone
707 Fannin Stree

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