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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 21, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 3

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ANNOUNCEMENTS
Debate on question of Sunday clos
ing of saloons, Lawndale Civic Cen
ter, Venetian hall, Douglas Park, to
night Arthur Burrage Farwell,
president Law and Order league,
against Adolph B. Weiner, champion
of the open Sunday.
Chicago Court Reports ass'n will
hold third meeting tonight at Solv
ner"s hall, 5324 S. Halsted, at 8 p. m.
Max Dorsch, editor of Dorsch Cook
County Newspaper; Dr. Morris Ly
chenneini and Hart Vance, head of
the society, will speak. People in
terested in fight for better govern
ment are invited.
Protest meeting against police bru
tality in the garment strike will be
held tonight in Cuyler hall, Lincoln
av. and Robey st, at 8, by 26th
ward Socialist branch. Ellen Gates
Starr, Hull House; Sidney Hillman,
head of clothing workers, and Cor
nelius Lehane, Irish labor leader, will
speak.
City Club of Chicago will present
Frederick Dixon, M. P. of Manitoba,
who speaks on "Political Tendencies
In Western Canada," Friday, Oct 23,
at luncheon.
"Margaret Anderson's Creed; Life
for Art's Sake Is It Truth .or Fal
lacy?" will be subject of a lecture in
Colonial hall, 20 W. Randolph, Sun
day night, by Win. ThwgtoBnowa
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