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The Jewish herald. (Houston, Tex.) 1908-1914, December 03, 1908, Image 6

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BtS ffOUS > S CGBdl ream be an election of officers n large at
25c per box
Main and Preston Avenue
Ship Channel Fish Oyster
Company Phone 2912
Shell Oysters a Specialty
San Jacinto Street Between Franklin and
Maxwell Mouse Blend
Vaudeville Moving Pictures
Dentistry that has proven t failure
mllie hinds of other dentists
317 1 2 Mam Street Old Phone 5129
United Woolen Mills
Suits Made to Measure IB
Fiuest and Largest Selection of Wool
ens in the State
ilO Tmnin Street Thaiter Building
Mr Jules Block of Oklahoma City
is visiting his fiance Miss Josie
t v B Loewenstein of Rockdale was in
the city yestciclay and was a guest at
I Mis Max Davidson and daughter
Iqft Wednesday foi Palestine to be
the guests of Mrs Pearlstone and
will remain lor the Christmas holi
Mib E M Appelbaum announceb
Ihe jJ3ar Mitzbah of her son Bennie
Saturday December 5 08 at 1030
a m Temple Beth Isinel At home
from 3 to J No invitations issued
Huston Lodge No 434 T 0 B
B a 111 meet next Monday night at
Templo Beth Mcl < 3J Q < witt
tendance is desired
Friday evening services at Adath
Yeslmiun Synagogue begin at 8 pm
Rabbi Willner will deliver the fourth
lecture in his course on the Jewish
Dogmas this weeks subject will be
Inspiralion Prophecy Revelation
The Written Law The Oral Law
Sabbath morning services at 8
oclock childrens service at 10 af
ternoon service at 4
Ilcrzl Lodge No 431 I 0 B B
met in regular monthly session at
their hall Tuesday night The min
utes weie read and approved
Several communications fere read
and filed Election of ofiiceis re
sulted as follows U S Eiasch
president I Tiras vice president
Ben lTurwitz > secretary C Mendel
sohn treasurer II M Prochman
warden J L Aronson guardian
S J Westheimer E Goldberg and
Dr Willner trustees Dr W Will
ner and C Mendelsohn and J S
Mendlowitz and Henry Greenfield
The Herald Printing Co an
nounces to its many friends and pat
ions that it has purchased a brand
new outfit of type machinery etc
and will move in a short time to 61G
Fannin street The new telephone
number will be 5333 Whenever in
need of airything in printing we aie
at your service
On Sunday afternoon at their hall
corner Jackhon and Walker avenue
Congregation Adath Yeshuran held
their regular monthly meeting In
spile of the downpour of lain which
lasted during the afternoon itwas
one of the best attended meetings
held in many months President
Frosch was in the chair and handled
the gavel admirably to say the loabt
A most important communication
was received in ihe form of a repoit
from Rabbi Willner which will be
found elscuheio in thib it > sue and
was read bv the secretarv after Avhich
the Rabbi was reelected
The collections of this meeting
weie very good being in excess of
Eureka Laundry We Mend Your Clothes Old Phone 565
Texas returned to his hoine on
Monday evening after a pleasant vis
it in Cleveland During his stay
here he was entertained by Mr and
Mrs Barney Friedman Mr and
Mrs Henry Spira Mr and Mrs UI
mcr and Mr and Mis Henry New
man On Sunday evening a farewell
party at which forty couples were
present was given in his honor at
the home of Mrs II Berger of Haw
thorne avenue The home was pret
tily decorated for the occasion and
a delightful evening spent A buffet
timcli was served Being unable to
bid all the members of the congrega
tion as well as other friends goodbye
Rabbi Willner wishes to do so
through the columns of this paper
During his stay in Cleveland Rab
bi Willner preached two Friday ev
ening and two Saturday morning
sermons in the Bene Jeslmrun Tem
ple The Jewish Independent
Delegates from all parts of the
country assembled in Cincinatli O
Sunday for the fifth triennial con
vention of Jewish women which has
a membership of nearly J 0000 The
opening day was devoted to a meet
ing of the national committee and
to the addiess of the president Mrs
Jingo Rosenberg of Pittsburg
Wednesday and Thursday will be
largely taken up by reports of pro
gressive work on the part of various
departments of the organiaztion
Industrial education practical ii
lanthrop aids to immigrants and
other topics of general public inter
est will receive attention
The viting delegates are being en
tertained by the leading Jewish fam
ilies of Cincinnati and its suburbs
Besides this arrangement a general
entertainment and reception commit
tee has prepared f or the comfort of
the guests
Sayh Manager Parker I con
sider that Ave have one of the best
bills for this week that has been
shown from our stage The high
class of the several aels especially
the singing of Sherman Thompson
Who is becoming more and more
popular with the audiences from
week to week His favorite
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Loves You is universally request
ed at each performance
Miss Lacy the Japanese contor
Rabbi W Willner of Houston lionist is perhaps the best ever seen
in Houston on any stage The man
agement feels highly gratified to be
able to present to the patrons of His
little theatre this actor who has
made a hit in all the larger Northern
and Eastern cities
The Two Marshalls in character
tsoug and dance compare favorably
with otheis in their line They fill
a good number
Elliot and Leroy equally make a
good showing of themselves
The moving pictures are from the
latest and most interesting films
thus filling out a program which is
full of strong vaudeville features
The Princess gives as line a show
as any of the higher priced houses
at moving picture show prices
Lives of Equal Value Concluded from
Page 4
proclaims to us there shall be abso
lute equality
Our gathering this day is charged
with no slight significance is in
spired by no trivial emotion We
are here to speak the naked truth to
our own hearts To examine our
selves perhaps to condemn our
selves but above all to better our
selves for returning mending our
ways is the essence of repentance
As measured by material sacri
fices Ave are not seriously at fault
You sustain your religious institu
tions sufficiently Yet though it
may be a shock to your race pride it
must be admitted that Ave have still
much to learn from our neighbors in
really princely generosity to religion
But if the chief standard of meas
urement is after all not material
sacrifices the after all grow out of
an enthusiasm and devotion that are
spiritual and are difficult to esti
mate because being spiritual they
are intangible
United in Friendship
This is the dayof atonement the
day of reconciliation Avith God and
with man If there are God for
bid families rent asunder let them
be united in love on this holy night
If there are old friends long severed
and discordant let them again ex
tend their hand in friendship We
Uag but a little while AVe are all
frail Let us forgive and forget
Today the High Priest on Zions
heights made atonement for himself
and his household and for all the
people of Israel And I confess be
fore you my many shortcomings
humbly and sincerely and may God
help me to serve you more worthily
I confess before him the sins of the
people their grievous faults May he
moAro their hearts and turn them
from their old ways into neAv Avays
and through them may ho save and
strengthen our holy faithj may ho
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