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ONE CENT-M DAY BOOK-ONE CENT
Rev. Ellis E. Carr"tc--riebate with
Arthur M. Lewis at Garrick theater
next Sunday at 2:30 on whether the
universe is ruled by a personal God.
"Socialist Movement, Past Error
and Present Opportunity" is lecture
William Thurston Brown will give at
Colonial hall, 20 W. Randolph, next
Sunday at 8 p. m.
Richard Greener, L.L.D., lecturer to
Society of Anthopology on "Worship
of Fallacies" in Corinthian hall next
Sunday at 2:30.
Prof. Ceo. Foster to speak on "Kul
tur" at Rationalists' meeting at Ken
more theater at 11 o'clock next Sun
day. Prof. Alfred Cook will talk on "New
Pragmatism" before Open Forum, 20
W. Randolph, next Sunday, at 8 p. m.
Scandinavian club to hold meeting
at 104 Newport av. at 11 next Sun
day. Subject, "Great Importance of
Dr. A. J. Mclvor-Tyndall to speak
on "Will Christ Be Born Again" be
fore New Thought Fellowship society
at hall 210, Masonic Temple, Sunday,
11 a. m.
Twentieth ward branch Socialist
party meets at office of Dr. A. J.
Dubin, 1135 S. Halsted, Dec. 24.
Housedress, Kimona and White
Goods Workers, No. 60, will hold a
mass meeting tonight at 1221 Blue
Island av. Josephine Casey of New
York, Mary Siskind and Fanny Cohn
CHICAGO GRAIN. Grains high
er. Provisions steady. Dec, $1.24.
NEW YORK STOCKS Market
active. War issues off. General list
The wages of sin are paid by the
ETTELSON MAKES NEW RULING
FOR 1 O'CLOCK CLOSING LAW
Chicago's 1 a. m. lid will blow off
with a bang if Mayor Thompson sus
tains an opinion rendered by Cor
poration Counsel Ettelson today.
"The 1 o'clock closing law does
not apply to cafes and restaurants
with detached bars," said Ettelson.
"They may keep open all night, not
only on New Year's eve, but on every
night of the year. I will so inform
Police Chief Healey. Patrons may
buy all they want before 1a.m. and
drink it afterward."
BERTSCHE AND JIMMY RYAN TO
BE FREE TOMORROW
Springfield, III., Dec 23. Chris
tian Paul Bertsche and Charles P.
Crane, alias James Ryan, whose tes
timony resulted in the conviction of
Chicago police grafters, were given
commutations of sentence today by
the governor upon the recommenda
tion of the state board of pardons.
The sentences weer commuted to
expire Dec 24.
WOMAN DEFENDS CONSUL FROM
Mrs. S. M. Wilder of Buffalo, N. Y.,
threw herself between her husband
and Cuban Consul Calixto Garcia in
Desplaines street court today when
Wilder attempted to thrash the con
sul. The case against Mrs. Wilder,
who. her husband charges, left him
to live with Carcia, was continued
until Tuesday. Wilder is a United
States immigration inspector.
Generally fair and colder tonight
and Friday; lowest temperature to
night about 30; fresh to strong
northwest winds, diminishing by
Friday. Temperature Wednesday:
.Highest, 41; -lowest, 39L