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ZIONISTS TO CELEBRATE "E. 11 Cross, rector of the parish of St. John the Evangelist Rabbi J. B. Hurvitz, Dr. J. W. Bean, pastor of Dayton Avenue Presbyterian Church, and Dr. S. N. Deinard of Minneapolis. Cantor Eli Kreidberg chanted the El Molei Rach mim. FLAG DAY. On Sunday coming, December 21st, under the direction of Joseph Krawetz, chairman of the Flag Day Committee, a canvass of the Jewish residents will be made for the sale of small Jewish na tional flags, for the benefit^of Jewish National Fund* I BNAI BRITH TO HAVE ELECTION. The annual election of officers of the Bnai Brith of St. Paul, will take place on Monday evening, December 22nd, at the Arcanum Hall, Lowry Building. A specially interesting meeting is being ar ranged by the officers, and will include the report of the committee in charge of the Bnai Brith Day annual celebra tion and banquet, which will take place the first week in January. TEMPLE AARON NOTES. "By What Sign Shall We Conquer," will be the topic of Rabbi Kleinman at the Hanukah services this (Friday) ev®» ning service at 8 o'clock. A Hanukah dance and social will be given by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Temple at the vestry rooms on Satur day evening, December 20, at 8 o'clock. The Hanukah entertainment to be giv en by the Temple Aaron Hebrew and Sunday schools, will be held at the Tem ple auditorium on Sunday evening at 7 30. A delightful program in keep ing with the festival will be presented. INTERESTING PROGRAM FOR COMMUNITY CHANUKA CELEBRATION. Aa overflow house is now being feared by the committee in charge of the Cha nuka Community Celebration for Chil dren, and arrangements are being made accordingly. The affair, which is being arranged as a treat for children of all parts of the city, will take place Monday afternoon, December 22nd, at 2:30 o'clock sharp, at the Shubert Theatre, which has been donated to the commit tee for the afternoon. The program for the affair will consist of orchestral selec tions, under the direction of David Nah insky, who arranged for the donation ©i the orchestra, musical numbers, a Can dle Light Tableau, the playlet, David of Modin, a Humorous Hanuka Recitation, a Mogen David Dance, and Boys' Mac cabean Drill. It is expected that there will be about 1,400 children present, who will be ad mitted by tickets, which are being dis tributed through the various schools and organizations. Each child will receive a box of sweets, and a packet of Chanuka Candles. THE AMERICAN JEWISH WORLD I Foreign Exchange and the American Investor The present abnormal conditions of Foreign and Canadian Exchange have brought the price of the Allied Government Internal Loans to new low record marks. I ji.1 ',%*• -jyxsH -inM'fwifi .*rM French 5 per cent Victory Loans, for example, worth normally $193, may be purchased today at approximately $85. With the return of normal exchange rates such securities would show a large profit in the principal as well as a marked increase in the yield. Our Foreign Department will be pleased to furnish you with any avail able information regarding foreign trade conditions, foreign exchange or foreign securities. THE CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK Fifth and Robert Streets—St. Paul. Scientifically Pasteurized Means Protection Minnesota Milk Co. St. Paul, Minn. Packages To Europe! DO YOU KNOW. That you can save the lives of your relatives if you act at once? THE ALEX BRUCKER Money Forwarding and Steamship Ticket Agency. 304 Metropolitan Bank Bldg., Cedar 5801 Will accept packages of any description with clothing, etc., for shipment to Germany, Po land, Roumania, Jugoslavia, Austria and Czecho-Slovakia, fully insured against ma rine theft and pilferage risks, to the ultimate destination in Europe. If not delivered, refund will be made. We also have different attractive assortments of food packages. Come and see me for particulars. HAVE YOU ANY LETTERS FROM HOME? Make use of our free correspondence bureau. Northwestern Agency for the American Merchants Shipping and Forwarding Co., and Hensel Bruckman & Lohrbacher of New York.