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FREE MEALS FOR GIRLS
A Some real charity in the form of
free meals for working girls will be
given by a Chicago woman who does
not want her name printed.
She has made arrangements with
Dr. Jean T. Zimmerman of the Chi
cago Woman's Shelter, 112 S. Mor
gan st, to give away free lunches to
the hungry girls working in factories
in the neighborhood. This will last
at least for two months.
Tonight at 6 o'clock any girl for
asking will get soup, roast beef, po
tatoes, jelly, butter and rolls, pudding
or fruit, tea, coffee or chocolate.
FIREMEN TO DANCE
The 20th annual reception and ball
of the International Brotherhood of
Stationary Firemen, composed of
watertenders, oilers, firemen and
helpers, will be held Saturday, Dec 5,
at North Side Turner HaH.