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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 13, 1916, NOON EDITION, Image 24',
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CHILDREN OF POOR HELP SOCIETY BEAUTY
SEND SHOES TO BELGIANS
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Mrs. Price Post, noted society beauty of New York and Tuxedo park,
is one of the fany society wofen engaged in the work of securing shoes for
needy Belgians. In the picture are two little Belgian-Americans who have
contributed their few pennies to the cause.
Dr. Shmariah Levin, Jewish schol
ar and orator, member first Russian
duma, will speak on "Present Condi
tion of the Jew and His Hope for the
Future," at Douglas Park audito
rium, Thursday evening.
Judge Frank P. Sadler will talk on
"The Human Race Can It Be Civ
ilized or Will It Remain Savage?"
at Sears-Roebuck Y. M. C. A., Fri
day, 8 p. m.
24th ward Socialists will hold bun
co party, Friday evening, Lower So
cial Turner hall. Dancing. Admis
sion 10 cents.
Clothing Cutters and Trimmers'
ass'n, Local 61, A. C. W. of A., will
give dance, Douglas Park audito
rium, Saturday, Jan. 15. Fine music.
Modernist club will hereafter meet
Sundays, 2:30 p. m., Constellation
Temple, Byron and Robey. Next
Sunday's topic: "Pope Pius X. and
Society of Anthropology meets
Sunday, 2:30 p. m., Corinthian hall,
Masonic temple. Mrs. Minco S.
Jones speaks: "For Temperance and
Personal Liberty; Against Prohibi
tion and Hypocrisy."
Laporte, Ind. Melda Sommers,
dead of injuries sustained when he
drove automobile into collision with,
passenger train at LaCrosse, near
Washington. Chicago postmas
tership will be given attention by
Pres. Wilson next week. President
wil ltalk with C. C. Williams about