Miss Alice Lowenberg has returned from Ocean
Mr. A. D. Whitlock left last Tuesday for Balti
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob L. Ezekiel have returned from
their bridal trip.
Miss Hazel Myer is in Baltimore visiting her uncle,
Mr. Henry Myer.
Miss VanVort and Mrs. Jacob Kirsh have returned
from Buckroe Beach.
Mr. Henry S. Wallerstein has returned from a
visit to Atlantic City.
Mr. Simon M. Block is out of the city on a three
months' business trip.
Mrs. Jacob Lewit, who has been visiting friends in
the country, has returned home.
Miss Beatrice Wallerstein is home from a pleasant
trip to New York and Baltimore.
Messrs. A. and Leon Dettelbach have returned
from New York and Atlantic City.
Mr. E. A. Ezekiel is in New York where he will be
for the next lour weeks on business.
Mr. W. H. Scwarzchild left yesterday for New
York where he will engage in business.
Mrs. Bertha Binswanger and family have returned
from a pleasant stay at Virginia Beach.
Mrs. Louis Nachman and family left last Monday
for Louisa county to spend the remainder of the sum
The annual sale and assignment of pews will take
place at Beth Ahaba synagogue next Sunday morn
ing at 11 o'clock.
iting their sister, Mrs. I. Straus, have returned to
Mrs. A. H. Kaufman, who underwent an opera
tion at the Old Dominion Hospital several weeks
since, is improving rapidly and expects to return to
her home in a few days.
Mrs. A. L. Straus and family, who have been sum
mering at the Rockbridge Alum Springs, returned
home yesterday. Her second son, Master Ernest,
sprained one of his legs cpiite severely several days
ago, so much so that it was at first thought to be
On Saturday night last Mr. Jacob Gans, manager
of A. Saks & Co.'s store in this city, was presented
by the employees of that establishment with a solid
silver carving-set and a dozen silver knives. The gift
was accompanied by a handsomely engrossed set of
resolutions expressive of the esteem in which the re
cipient is held. Mr. Gans goes to Washington to as
sume the management of twenty-six new depart
ments to be opened by his firm.
Deatb ot Zvoo toothers in Israel.
Mrs. Clara Goodman, widow of the late A. B.
Goodman, died at Bedford City, Va., on the after
noon of Thursday, August 11th. As had been her
custom lor years, Mrs. Goodman went to Bedford
City about August Ist. Soon after her arrival there
she was taken sick, and grew worse so rapidly that
it was soon seen that the end would be fatal.
The deceased, who was a daughter of the late Jo
seph Myers, of this city, is survived by five children,
lour daughters and a son; two sisters, Mesdames I.
M. Rosenbaum and B. Mayer, of this city; two bro
thers, Messrs. Herman J. Myers, of this city, and Le
Roy Myers, of Savannah, Ga.
The remains arrived in this city early last Friday
morning and were at once carried to the mortuary
chapel at the Hebrew Cemetery, from which place
the funeral was held that afternoon at 5 o'clock, Rabbi
Mrs. Goodman was in her forty-ninth year.
Mrs. Samuel Weinberg died suddenly of hemor
rhage Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock at the residence
of her husband, 103 north Seventeenth street. The
deceased was in her 37th year, and is survived by her
husband and seven children. The funeral was from
her late residence Wendesday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Hbcv _avc Secured tbe ©roan.
Miss Miriam Rosenheim, president of the Junior
Hebrew Memorial Association, assisted by Miss Hat
tie Syele, collected the sum of $51.75 for the organ
fund for the mortuary chapel, and they deserve the
thanks of the community for the promptness and ef
ficiency with which they responded to the reepjest
made of them by the board of managers of the He
The organ has been placed in the chapel, and was
used for the first time last Friday afternoon at the
funeral of Mrs. Clara M. Goodman, Mrs. D. B. Kahn
weiler presiding over it.
The list of subscribers is as follows :
Leroy Cohen, $5; Milton J.Straus, $2.50; Mrs.
Joseph M. Rosenbaum, $2.50; W. D. Meyer, $2;
Miss Miriam Rosenheim, $2; Meno Mitteldorfer,s 1;
Henry S. Hutzler, $1; Miss Genevieve Raab, $1;
Miss Emily Raab, $1; Samuel Eichel, $1; Martin
Eichel, $1; Gaston Kraker, $1 ; Miss Sadie Whitlock,
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