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ONE CENT -THE DAY BOOK-ONE GENT
"Is Belief in a Social' -Revolution
an Illusion," a reply to John Cowper
Powys' lecture on "The Ultimate
Revolution," by Wm. Thurston
Brown, at Colonial hall, 20 W. Ran
dolph, Sun., 8 p. m.
Arthur M. Lewis will lecture at
Workers' university, Garrick theater,
Sun., 2:30 p. m., "Has Man a Free
S. J. Duncan-Clark of Chicago
Evening Post will address Christian
Socialist Fellowship, Sun., 2:45 p. m.,
601 Masonic Temple, "Three Things
We Must Believe." Dr. Herman Titus,
4-hour workday exponent, will ad
dijess L W. W. Open Forum, 938 W.
Madison, Sun., 8 p. m., "How to Stop
Chas. Lazenby, London, will give
free lectures on Theosophy at room
204, 59 E. Van Buren, at 8 p. m. each
day next week, with two lectures at
3 and 8 p.m. tomorrow.
First ward branch Public Owner
ship league meets K. of P. hall, 64
E. 22L Fitzpatrick and Nockels" of
C. F. of L. will speak. Everybody
Thos. C. McCabe, organizer for A.
F. of L., is in city and will willingly
lecture before any local or society on
subject, "Fooling the Working Man."
Write at 336 Loomis st
D. Itskovitz will lecture, "Russian
and American Socialism," West Side
Socialist hall, 1603 W. 12th, Sun., 8
p. m. Dance follows. Auspices Cen
tral Y. P. S. L.
Young Comrades Educational Re
public will meet, Workers' institute,
920 Ashland blvd., 3 o'clock. Debate.
All welcome. (As received, this an
nounceemnt did not give day or date
Ceo. R. Kirkpatrick, author of
"War, What For?" and who will pro
bably be Socialist candidates for vice
pres., will speak, Sun., 2:30 p. m.,
Elke's hall, 1048 W. 63d; 8 p. m.,
Schlitz' hall, Division and Ashland.
Prof. Wilkesbarre will lecture,"
"Was as Factor in Progress," Society
Social Aristocrats, Sun., 8 p. m., 613
Organization committee, Radium
club, meets Sun., 3 p. m., 441 W. 63d.
Mass meeting to discuss remedies
to better conditions of unemployed
will be held, Sun., 1:30 p. m., Iron
Workers' hall, 808 W. Van Buren.
Auspices Unemployed league. Admis
sion free. Unemployed especially in
vited. Prof. J. Howard Moore lectures
Sun., 11 a. m., Corinthian hall, Ma
sonic Temple, "Ethics in Industry." (
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Al Cole, 752 E. 39th, fqund dead in
gas-filled room. Supposed accident
Unsettled weather Saturday and
Sunday; colder Sunday; moderate to
fresh southwest to northwest winds