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lerday launched Chicago's part of 1
country-wide agitation for coloniza
tion of Palestine and freedom of the
Members of Chicago Athletic ass'n
volunteer to teach amateur swim
mers on Chicago beaches.
Estimated that 100,000 Chicago
ans bathed in Lake Michigan yester
day. Mrs. Jas. Sipla, 733 W. 17th pi.,
killed self and 3 children. Gas. Had
worried over death of youngest child.
Gov. Dunne left for Boston today
without distributing big political
plums which are causing many as
pirants sleepless nights.
Order from board of local improve
ments stops work on excavating for
$1,000,000 hotel, Sheridan rd. at Bal
moral. Alber Anderson, 1440 W. Washington-
blvd., watched ball game in Lin
coln park. Nose broken by foul tip.
'When stolen auto overturned, Carl
Smith, 323 S. Richmond, killed. Two
Two stolen autos collided at 56th
and Cornell av. Both wrecked.
Gov. Dunne and other prominent
citizens spoke at opening of Lincoln
jubilee celebrating semi-centennial
of negro freedom yesterday at Coli
seum. Julian Arnold says wife isn't just
"telling fortunes" at her home, 1233
E. 50th. Says she is student of
psychic relationship of solar system.
NFalse alarm of fire and several fire
engines drew crowd of 10,000 to Sie
gel, Cooper & Co.'s store last night
Just smoke from bakery.
HEBREW INSTITUTE STUDENTS
INSIST LOEB RESIGN
Night students of the Hebrew in
stitute meet at the West Side Audito
rium tonight with the avowed inten
tion of declaring a strike unless Jacob
Loeb resigns as president of ,the In
stitute. The institute has also called a
meeting of students in an effort, say
student leaders, to break up their
The students demand that A. L
Margolis, assistant superintendent,
and the two instructors who were
fired by Loeb be returned to their
places. They say Loeb is using Rus
sia-like tactics. Resentment against
him is strong.
Margolis was fired by Loeb because
he refused, to break a contract with
Carpenters' Local No. 904, which
planned to hold a labor meetingthere.
Later the students came to the in
stitute to hold a protest meeting, but
were shooed away by police.
Students now accuse Loeb of tak
ing the stand he did because Julius
Rosenwald, head of Sears-Roebuck
& Co! is an enemy of organized labor.
Meanwhile the central Jewish labor
body is planning to open a night
school in opposition to that of the in
stitute. o o
YESTERDAY AND TODAY
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"When grandmotner was young it
was a sin to dance."
"The way some people dance thesq
days .is a crime,"