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Young Comrades' Educational Re
public meets this afternoon at 3 p. m.
in the Workers' InstitUte920 S. Ash
land. Citizenship papers to be dis
cussed. Ladies' Waist, Dress and White
Goods Makers' union, No. 59, "will
give first anual ball tonight at West
Side Auditorium, Taylor and Racine.
Public laborers' mass meeting will
be held by Protective Ass'n of Pub
lic Employes tonight at 8, Water's
hall, 26th and Cottage Grove av.
H. E. Burgess will lecture on "Cod
Before the White Man Came" at the
K. of P. hall, 11039 Michigan av., for
Roseland Free Speech society.
Carl Thompson will lecture on
"Constructive Socialism" at the
W. S. Socialist hall, 1603 W. 12th, to
Lieut. Chas. Lynch, S. S., will lec
ture en "The Night Side of Nature or
the Heredity of Prenatal Culture" to
morow afternoon, 2:45, Crawford
U Social Science Center, Women's
Temple. Admission free.
Jeff Davis, "King of the Hoboes,"
will address Christian Socialist Fel
lowship league meeting in Masonic
Temple, Sunday afternoon, 2:45, on
experiences with municipal woodpile.
Emma Goldman will lecture on
"Preparedness: The Road to Wars
and Disaster," Sunday, 8:15 p. m.,
Fine Arts theater, 410 S. Michigan av.
Questions and discussion. Admis
sion 25 and 50 cents.
Meeting of "Questioners" will be
held Tuesday, Nov. 23, 8:30 p. m., at
1544 E. 57th. Maxwell Bodenheim
Bridge and Structural Ironwork
ers' union No. 1 to hold its next meet
ing Wednesday evening, Nov. 24, at
Ironworkers' hall, instead of on
Thanksgiving day. Vote on change
Egypt bought 170,867 bibles last
year, Bulgaria 18,000, Asiatic Turkey
15 EXTRA BOILER WORKERS ON
A week ago Boiler Inspector Nye
refused to allow an aldermanic com
mittee to probe his department. An
alderman had charged that his broth
er had been discharged because he
had refused to support the mayor.
Today examination of the civil
service records reveals that fact that
there are 28 boiler inspectors, where
the law only provides for 13. Of this
number 9 are under civil service. The
other 19 are temporary appointees
who are pulling down $120 a month.
Nye refused to tell reporters by
what authority he had increased his
"Smith has graduated from an
"Yes I heard him refer to it as
his alma motor."
CHICAGO GRAIN. Grain and
provisions down. Dec. wheat close
NEW YORK STOCKS. Slight
Mostly cloudy with probably light
snow flurries tonight or Sunday;
colder Sunday; lowest temperature
tonight near the freezing point; fresh
southwest to northwest winds. Tem
perature Friday: Highest, 39; iof-
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