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Italy. Signor tiiacomo Miilvuno, who for ninny wars has held the important post of director-general of foreign affairs, Ims been appointed president of a de partment at the Council of State. Palestine. The Sultan has presented to the Je rusalem hanker. Ilaim Aron \ alero. the uniform and sword of honor of the Mu temajas. second class, a distinction which conferva on its holder the rank of col onel. Egypt. The large synagogue situated in Sha ria Maglirabi was the scene of a serious panic, due to an alarm of lire being raised. The building was crowded, on account of the great Jewish feast, when early in the proceedings the electric light fused, and the place was left in darkness. Someone cried “Fire!” and at once a wild rush was made for the doors and windows. .Many persons were injured, some seriously, but happily there was no loss of life. Spain. It is four hundred and fifteen years since Ihe Jews were driven from Spain hv the sword of the Inquisition. Cast back again by persecution upon Spanish shores, it is with feelings of thankful ness that we read of the welcome ex tended to the descendants of the refu gees of 14i>2 by the descendants of the inquisitors. Nothing could have been more touching, more humane, more truly “Christian,” in the highest sense, than the treatment accorded to the Jews tlec ing from Casablanca by the inhabitants of Algeciras. Holland. In commemoration of the recent Zion ist. congress, the air of “Ilatikvah” is now being played on the bells of the principal church in The Hague. The persecuted Jews in Russia have lost a warm champion by the death of Heer I’. L. Tak. Himself a Christian, he never failed, whenever pogroms oc curred. to raise his voice in the second chamber of Parliament against barbari ties practiced on our co-religionists. The Queen has conferred the knight hood of tin* order of the Netherlands Lion on the Amsterdam banker, Ileer M. S. Eitje, in recognition of his services as member of the central committee of the Jewish community and governor of the Jewish Seminary. Around the World THE JEWISH OUTLOOK France. A pretty and commodious synagogue for the Jews of St. Mamie'* and Vin cennes, suburbs of Paris, was consecrated by the (iraiul Kabbin of that city. The cost of the building was defrayed by the late M. Daniel Osiris. M. Kend Weiss, after having for two years discharged important secretarial duties at tin* Municipal Council of Paris, has now been appointed principal secre tary to the president of the council. Many persons interested in the educa tion of Jews in the East will regret to learn of the sudden death, at Lyons, of M. Shemtob Pariente, who was one of the most successful directors of the schools under the Alliance Israelite. M. Par iente was best known as director of the school at Smyrna. Subsequently lu* was appointed inspector of Alliance schools, and later was head of tin* bu reau of the Ira at Heyrout. Austria-Hungary. The Jews in Buda-l’esth arc greatly embittered against the prime minister for having failed to invite tin* chief rabbi and the president of the Orthodox Council, as usual, to the state dinner in celebration of the Emperor-King’s birth day. Apparently the reason for this ex clusion is the fact. that, the head of the government, is leader of the Catholic People’s party. Tin* Vienna correspond ent of the Allgenu in< Zcitung des ./u --df lit unis, commenting on the incident, says: “We fear that in the near future our Hungarian co-religionists will, with justice, have cause to be angry on ac count of still more weighty matters.” I)r. Karl Kolin. one of the most popu lar doctors in Vienna, who died there early this month, was for thirty years editor of the Ocslcrrcichischc Airzh- Vcrcinszriliing. The existing Chambers of Doctors were founded on his initia tive. Belgium. In connection with the Protection of Infancy Congress, now being held in Brussels. Mr. Nathan Straus, of New York, concerning whose philanthropic labors in connection with the supply of pint* milk to the poor we recently gave an account, has exhibited apparatus for the pasteurization of milk. The Tribune correspondent telegraphed on Sunday: “Mr. Nathan Straus’ stall at tin* Brus sels Arts and Crafts Exhibition was vis Horning f? ra . tory . ° Declamation School of ' oice Building I Characterization Elxpression Physical Culture The only Standard School of Speech Arta in the West. Students irrautinted with Diploma for Pulpit. Pec til re Platform, anti Sta^e. Generous terms—Splentlid facilities. \V»inen*N I'lull llltla.. I i:i7 (ilrntirni SI. ■•hone Mnln r,72T». HOME COMFORT RANGES Manufactured by WROUGHT IRON RANGE CO. 301-305 Sixteenth St* Denver, Colo. Tflrphoae Mala 3347. J. G. 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