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cation and Sup't Young at Art Insti
tute last night
Policemen Wendell and Tjeman,
Fillmore st station, stopped runaway
team from running board of speed
Jos. Cenite placed under $10,000
bonds, charged with sending threat
ening notes to G. Gahini, 906 S. Mor
gan. J. F. McLaughlin, 55 E. 66th, agent
40th st. station, Kenwood "L" held
up. Negro took $12 from cash drawer.
"Social Progress and European
War" is subject for talk to be given
by D. Fine before Chicago Society of
Anthropology at 2:30 p. m., Sunday,
Corinthian hall, Masonic Temple.
William Thurston Brown will dis
cuss "Secret of Happiness in Sex Re
lationship," Sun. eve., Colonial hall,
'20 W. Randolph.
George Bernard Shaw's play, "The
Showing Up of Blanco Posnett," will
be preesnted at Bowen hall, Hull,
House, Sunday evening at 8 o'clock.
Admission, 25 cents.
Lucy E. Parsons will talk before
the West Side Literary club, 2:30
Sunday afternoon, at 814 W. Harri
son st Her topic will be "The French
Revolution and Its Lessons."
Because most of the women are
members of both organizations, the
Thbtt Ward Civic league and the
Third Ward Women's City club
branch will meet Thursr, Feb. 18, at
noon, at the Virginia Brooks restau
rant, 4643 Lake Park av., to join
Vocational education will be dis
cussed at the "Open Forum" of the
Church of the Redeemer, Warren av.
and Robey. st, Sun. evening, Feb. 14.
Miss Margaret Haley, 'head of the
Teachers' Federation, will talk.
Ex-Cov. Yates' wife refuses to be
lieve the charge that he kissed anoth
er woman. If she ever is at widow
nrae-tenths of the pien in America
will propose to her. A
GERMANY SILENT ON SHIPPING
PROTEST BY U. S.
Berlin, "Feb. 13. Although tfea
complete text of the protest ofJSe
United Stated to Germany deaung
with her proposed blockade of fhe
British Isles has been in the hands of
the government since yesterday no
statements regarding it have been
made public and the text is still wjyh
held irom the newspapers. It is .Un
derstood that the governmentvplns
permitting a, summary of It o?p
printed, but that for the present at
least the complete text will be wiith
held. The few officials who have knowl
edge of the text of the note frankjy
declare that they do not believe tbat
its tone "is warranted by the circum
stances." Officials generally insist
that, inasmuch as England is "plain
ly trying her best to starve out Ger
many, includmg her civilian and non
combatant population," any act of re
taliation will be justified.
f Washington, F&. 13". Following
America's lead, it was learned today
that Norway, Sweden and Denmark
had protested to Germany against its
latest war zone decree.
FRANK WALSH TO SPEAK HERE
Frank Walsh of Kansas City, chair
man of the United States Commis
sion on Industrial Relations, will .ad
dress the public meeting of the Wom
en's Trade Union league on Sufljday
aftertfoonin Schiller hall, 64 W. Ran
dolph st, at 3:30. Walsh has just
returned to Chicago, field headquar
ters of the commissipn, after con
ducting extended hearings in the
For the past year Walsh has ben
devoting almost his entire time' to
the study and investigation of1Jtlle
causes of unrest among the workers
and his address on Sunday will Be of
o o '
Columbus, O. First jitney busTap
oeared here today. Arrangements
-or twenty within short time.