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BELGRADE.—A Jew was elected vice mayor of this city the capital of
the Serb Croat•Slovene kingdom. Him name Is Doctor Pops.

PARIS.—Chief Rabbi Sylvan Less' of Paris received the Cross of the
Legion of Honor for his war services.




PARIS.—The Jewish Relief Committee of South Africa has transmitted
front Johannesburg £1,400 for the Ukrainian refugees In Bessarabia.

.•

LONDON.—Prior to his departure for India, Lord Reading. the new
viceroy 01 India, will he the guest of King George at a dinner.




In most businesses which have adopted it,
it is on the go from morning till night.

Sturdy construction and uninterrupted ser-
vice contribute greatly to the pronounce('
economy of the car.

THOMAS

J. DOYLE

WOODWARD AT BARFIELD 6LtNDALR

4700

LONDON.—The Australian government has appointed General Monash
a member of the Australian Defense Council, according to a Sydney dispatch.




Among recent refugees to arrive In this country from Russian Poland Is
G. Hersh Ilurshstein, who is now visiting his daughter, Mine. Rosa Rain, the
opera !singer, at Chicago, Ill.




LONDON.—According to Moscow advices, a conference of the Bond has
just been opened here. Members of the executive and delegates from the
provinces are participating in the deliberations.




LONDON.—We are informed from Berlin that there Is a strong move-
ment among the Ituasian students In that city to return to Russia as soon as
possible.




t.ONDON.—A delegation of Argentine labor representatives, Including
Mr. Rosenzweig, who represents the Jewish workers of Argentina, has
reached Petrograd, according to a report received here from that city.




LONDON.—Miss Emily Daymans has been granted the degree of Doctor
of Music of the University of Oxford. Miss Daymans is the first woman to
gain that distinction from Oxford.


PARIS.—According to a Copenhagen report received Isere, the Russian-
Jewish organization "13und" has now completely joined the ranks of the Com-
munists.




LONDON.—The Palestine correspondent of the "Daily News" reports that
the national council of the Arabs In Mesopotamia Is already in session in
Bagdad. An Arab government, he adds. will very shortly be organized.




The railway administration of Palestine has reduced the freight charges
for oranges, and due to the organization of the Jaffa orange growers, ship-
mettle have been so organized that the markets abroad are not glutted.




It is reported that the Palestine government Is contemplating the estab-
lishment of a college of pharmacy, and the International Pharmacists' Asso-
ciation has been requested to submit a list of potential students





Edwin Samuel, son of the high commissioner, was presented with the
title of Honorary Sheik of the Beersheba Tribes, on the occasion of his recent
marriage to Iladassah Graoovsky of Jaffa.




LONDON.—The first publication to be toasted in Palestine by the Cath-
olics will make Re appearance during thin month, according to a Jerusalem
dispatch. It will be called "Zion's Guard,' and will be printed in Arabic.
.

LONDON.—According to Warsaw advices, American Jews are advising
their relatives and friends in Poland not to come over at the present moment
owing to the econoomic crisis prevailing.

LONDON.—The local influential organ, "The Westminster Gazette," din '
cussing the succession of Lord Reading in the office of Chief Justice, declares
that the utmost judgment should be exercised in order to find someone
suitable to succeed him.




LONDON.—The Bavarian parliament has excluded Deputy Miller in order
that he may be brought to justice on a charge of embezzlement which the
enthorities are preferring against hint. Miller has been known for his anti-
Sent it ism.



LONDON.—The arrival of Prince Septette, the Polish Foreign Minister,
Is expected today. Prominent local Polish Jews are organizing with the
intention of meeting the minister and taking up with hint the Jewish
Shop where courtesy
question.




and service prevail
lust North of Forest Ave
LONDON.—In its Issue of yesterday, the "Daily Express" made an edi-
torial appeal to Winston Churchill, the new Colonial Secretary, to make an
effort to co-operate with )'rinse Feisal in settling the problems affecting the
Near East.




URGES ZION AS HAVEN
l'ARIS.—The well-known Jewish public worker, Advocate Sliosberg, con-
OF REFUGE FOR JEWS
tinues his active participation in the judicial work of the Jewish delegations
despite the fact that, as has already been reported, be has recently resigned
PARIS—The local influential organ from membership in the committee.



"The Matin" prints a long interview
with M. Nahum Sokolow, noted Zion-
WARSAW.—The Jewish banking houses which Mae recently had their
ist leader and president of the local licenses revoked by the Polish government have organized themselves in an
committee of Jewish Delegations. The effort to protect their interests. Among then firms ar some that have been
"Malin" uses the interview in place In existence for more than fifty years.
of its daily editorial, giving it the ut-




most prominence. Reproducing the
PARIS.—The "Malin" today publishes correspondence addressed by the
photograph of M. Sokolow, it states
that although he is a native of War- one-time French ambassador to Russia Noulens to Chachin In which the for-
saw and was previously the editdr mer relates that on February 21, 1918, he offered Trotsky French military
choosing the Brest-Litovsk peace instead.
of a Hebrew publication, he is a aid, but Trotzky refused the offer,




thorough westerner and a great friend
LONDON.—Addressing a meeting of Liberal Nationalists at Birmingham.
of France. In his interview Sokolow
again points out the fundamental aims Premier Lloyd George declared that If this present campaign for economy
of Zionism and points to the brilliant and retrenchment implied that England should return Palestine and Mesopo-
results already achieved by the Zion- tamia to the Turks, he was absolutely opposed to that sort of economy.




ist movement. Speaking of the de-
velopment of Palestine, Sokolow de-
The postoffice superintendent for Northern Palestine promised, on his
clares that he foresees Palestine and visit to Sarre& to arrange a daily mail service between the town and Tiberias.
Syria working hand in hand for the A now post and telegraph office in Rosh•Pinah and the installation of tele-
future development of the Near East, phones In the private houses in Saffed have also been promised.




thereby also strengthening the bonds
now existing between the members
The Palestine government has leased 3,000 dunam of marshy land near
of the Entente. Sokolow discusses Petch Tikvah to that colony, for a term of years on the condition that the
the problem of the Jews in Eastern colony drain It at its own expense at the earliest opportunity. The colony
Europe and indicates that as a result has appointed a special afforestation committee to work on the job.
HILDREN ask for more H-0 by instinct. Its rare



of the terrible pogroms in Ukrainia,
flavor, its flaky lightness have been safe guides for
the world will soon be flooded with
A book on zoology is being published by the "Kohelet" Publishing Cons-
large numbers of Jewish refugees, un- mIttee in Palestine by Sir. Arhoni, the noted Palestinian zoologist. The com-
healthy, childish appetites for nearly fifty years.
fortunate and helpless people. It is mittee expects to be able to publish several other books required in the
in the interests, not alone of the Jews, Hebrew schools.
And millions of mothers have leaned that the food



but of all nations and particularly
value in every dish of H-0 makes growing boys and
those on the American continents to
The city of Lyons has honored the memory of Grand Rabbis Armand-
girls sturdy and strong.
see to it that some haven of refuge Bloch, the first chaplain of the French army to fall In the war In heroic cir-
is found for these people, and he sug- cumstances, by naming a street after him. This is the first instance of the
This table ie From U.S. Health Education Bulletin No. 2.
gests Palestine as the only refuge kind In France.
See how Oatmeal leads in nourishment)
available. He therefore appeals to all




Jews to aid in the establishment of
PARIS.—Some local publications have now come out with an assertion
Oatmeal
1,500 Ell flour
1 450 While wheal
that country in order to save Jewish that the Jewish emigrant is chiefly responsible for the scarcity of housing
Force
f,300 Cornwell
1,550
Stour
1.110
pogrom and war victims from their
A steal owed f,f00 Macaroni
accommodations!. Upon them is also laid the blame for the fact that fewer
1,150 Hominy
1,150
present plight.
&alms/lour . t,t00 Another mead 1.350 Rice (while) 1,150
students are availing themselves of Paris educational institutions, it being
Barley
1 150 Farina
claimed that students can no longer afford the high rental.
1,350 Cora flake,
1,100

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From the President's Desk—Talk No. 39.

City Banks Use the
SmalliTown Banks' Money

After the farmers have harvested and
sold their crops—after the lumber
turn have sold their finished product—
after the cotton and tobacco growers
have marketed their crops and the
stock raisers have received their
money from the packers, they repay
their loans at their banks .

• • • •

PARIS.—M. Briand, the French Premier, yesterday received M. Nahum
Sokolow, Zionist leader and head of the local committee of Jewish delega•
"I want some more".
lions, and after a lengthy audience Mr. Sokolow declared himself highly
VI E N N :\—Addressing a Jewish pleased with his visit. Zionist questions and the situation of the Jews in
delegation, which recently called on Eastern Europe were discussed.
Rend your grocer'
him, the Roumanian Minister of Jun-

game and we rid
tier, Antonescu, declared that anti-
DANZIG.—Two thousand five hundred Jewish emigrants who at present
@end you Jr...
Semitisin its Roumania was fast disap- find themselves to the care of the local station of the Dias will sail for
moues 11 - 0 for a
nearing, the government taking every America within the next few days. Three hundred Jewish emigrants con.
ElIGIfor al:person,
posible Itt • aSUre to suppress all and' time to arrive here daiiv and the facilities and provisions
made for their
Semitic manisfestations. The Minister care are far better than they have bent in the past.
added that the status for the Kehil-




labs its litikovinia and Bessarabia are
LONDON.—A unique Incident Is reported to have taken place within
about to be submitted before the Rou-
manias parliament, in accordance with ithepast few days in one of the East End courts here. Justice Cluer was
,„.
he representative basis adopted by trying a case In which all interested parties were constantly falling back on
Yiddish. The Judge suggested that since he as well as both sides under.
O
011ZKI .
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WQM•
APAZAlic the Jewish congress. 1n Siebenhur-
gen, the government has instructed stood Yiddish he had no objectios of the proceedings being continued in that
' Motors, Oils, Mining and Curb Industrials for Cash
LI that the Jews he permitted to register Maple.




as belonging to the Jewish nationality
or on Moderate Margins
its the forthcoming census.
WARSAW.—Reports In the local Polish press show that among other
moneys subscribed by Poles in Any rica for the support of local institutions
million marks was donated for the work of Archbishop Theodoro•itch
JEWS FAVOR GEN. SMUTS half a twentv-five
thousand dollars for the anti-Semitic organization "Rozvey."
The local Jewish daily, the "'faint," expresses astonishment that Americans
Real Estate Exchange Bldg., Detroit
LONDON—In the elections taking should support reactionary and anti-Semitic organizations of the kind men-
TELEPHONE CADILLAC 6150
place in the Union of South Africa tioned.
fl the Jews overwhelmingly supported




(Established 190S)

he South African party, which is
NEW YORK.—Dr. Shmarya Levine, the noted Zionist leader who spent
41 Broad Street, New York
Direct Private Wires
headed by the Union Premier, Gen- almost the entire war period in this country but has been away to Europe and
Weekly Market Letter Bent Free
eral Jan Smuts, according to dispatch Palestine during the past two years. Is now back in New York for a brief
from Cape Town.
visit. Dr. Levine arrived here from Canada, where he spent two weeks and
"No Promotions"
'hen return to Canada to complete his work there. Dr. Levine Is one of the
best known Zionist propagandists In Europe as well as America.




A two months' course of Intensive training on police work and other
us , fill subjects Is being given to Palestinian policemen In Jerusalem. The
ENGRAVING COMPANY' Department of PublIc Security, which started the courses, has selected men
700 MARQUETTE BLDG
' rem each district to receive this special Instrction In police work. It is
DESIGNING
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nreeted that this badly needed training will noon provide Palestine with an
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Then those smaller banks have more money on hand
than they can use until another season begins, at
they ioaan much of it to the larger city banks and

receive interest on it.

Stoll loans enable our hanks to extend needed aid
to Petro t business enterprises—another example
of hank srYlee.

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