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VOL. VI No. 43 Mr. Ben Avi was born in Palestine and has been one of the great factors in developing the Jewish colonies there. He is at jpresent in the United States aiding "in the cause of Restoration and the Zionist Movement. He is the son *"of the famous Eliezer Ben Yehuda, author of the Hebrew Lexicon. Ben Avi was the editor of the first daily paper published in Jerusalem. He is an orator of great ability, Price 10 Cents A Copy EDITED BT b, NARD ITTAMAR BEN AVI. St. Paul Office:, 714 Pioneer Bldg. July 5 1918 and is representative of the new type of Jew produced in Palestine. Mr. Ben Avi was delegate to the, Convention from Palestine and dis cussed the form of government which will probably be established in Palestine. He said the constitu tion will be drawn along the lines of the United States although the president will not have as much power. He claims Palestine has room for six million Jews. Notice to Readers When you finish reading this magazine place a one-cent stamp on this notice, hand same to any postal em ployee and it will be placed in the hands of our soldiers and sailors at the front. No wrapping —no address.—A. S. Burleson, ^Postmaster General. TWO DOLLARS A YEAR