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INE CENT-THE DAY BOOK-ONE CENT
Metal Polishers, Buffers, Platers'
union No. 6 meets every Friday night,
38 S. Peoria st
Farragut school social center, 24th
and Spaulding av., -will hold patriotic
night tonight for new and prospective
Northwest Y. P. S. L. meets to
night, 8 p. m., 2725 W. Division.
32d ward Socialist Women's club
will give card party, Marquette hall,
8 p. m., tonight
Democratic mass meeting, Mozart
hall, 1532 Clyboum av., 8 p. m., to
night for Victor J. Schaeffer, 22d
ward alderman candidate.
"Should U. S. Intervene in Mex
ico" to be subject of talk tonight by
Geo. Duval and H. Raymond before
24th Ward Socialist party at Social
Turner hall, Belmont and Paulina.
Debate: "Resolved, That Arbitra
tion of Labor Disputes Is a Detriment
to the Working Class," Douglas Park
Y. P. S. L., 8 p. m., tonight
15th ward Socialists and Northwest
Side Y. P. S. L. will give second an
nual campaign rally dance, North
west hall, Western and North av., Sat.
POLICE SAY CAPTIVE PLEADS
GUILTY TO DOZEN CRIMES
Capt John Alcock, Woodlawn sta
tion, pulled a slick piece of police
work and landed behind the bars a
bandit who has been terrorizing En
glewood and Woodlawn.
A dozen people who were held up
all gave the same description of their
robber, a man who operated with two
Capt Alcock sent out a batch of
his men dressed up as prosperous
citizens. "Get held up, then get your
man," he ordered. Det Sergt John
Hauls got 'held up, then got the drop
pn.a "two gun" man, "Frank Butdifcfo
Burdick has confessed each, crime
charged against him except that of
killing Thos. Creighton in his saloon,
5659 S. State st last week.
19TH WARD WOMEN INDICATE
CONFIDENCE IN D'ANDREA
Condemning the Chicago Daily
Tribune, alleging "unjustifiable at
tacks" upon aldermanic candidate
Anthny D'Andrea, the Democratic
women of the 19th ward held a meet
ing at West Side auditorium and
passed a resolution expressing con-,
fidence and and respect for D'Andrea.
The Tribune printed a first page
story of D'Andrea being an ex-convict
without giving D'Andrea the op
portunity to present his side of the
The Democratic Women's club of
the 19th ward, which is combatting
whatever evil injury the story may
have done to D'Andrea, has elected
as follows: Mrs. Frank Galvani,
pres.; Mrs. Dave Rothstein, v-pres.;
Mrs. Frank Badali, sec'y; Mrs. Har
ry Bremner, ass't sec'y; Mrs. Mich
ael Michael DeSalvo, treas.
CHICAGO GRAIN. Grain and
Provisions down. May wneat o,
WHOLESALE PRODUCE. Eggs,
22c: butter, 31VoC.
NEW YORK" STOCKS. Opened
irregular; professional market.
Wife of Ass't. Postmaster John
Unsettled weather tonight and Sat
urday with probably light rain or
snow; not much change in temper
ature; lowest tonight near the freez
ing point; moderate winds inostly
easterly. .Temperature Thursday:
Highest 27; lowest, 2