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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 12, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 32',
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CENT THE DAY BOOK-ONE CENT
Dance to benefit Los Angeles sani
tarium of Chi Auxiliary of the Cali
fornia Jewish Consumptive Aid ass'n,
Lawndale halL Ogden av. near Ho
man, Sat. night Many novel features.
28th ward Socialists hold prize
masquerade ball, Rockwell hall, Mil
waukee av. and Rockwell, tonight
Society of Rationalism, Kenmore
theater, Wilson and Kenmore avs.,
Sun., 11 a. m., John E. Roberts talks:
"The Abuse of liberty."
"How Men Are Enslaved by
Ghosts," title of Dr. A. J. Mclvor-Tyn-dall's
lecture, Wm. T. Brown, Colo
nial halL 20 W. Randolph, 8 p. m.,
Women's Auxiliary, Post Office
Clerks' union, meets 2:30 p. m., Sun.,
611 Masonic Temple.
Workers' University, Garrick the
ater, 2:30 Sun., A. M. Lewis lectures.
"The Religion of Modern Socialism,"
by Father Ming.
Symposium: "Woman's Awaken
ing," by Gurli Melenthin, Los An
geles, and Dr. Hie Ding Lin, Foo
Chow, China, Open Forum, 20 W.
Randolph, 8 p. m., Sun.
The Rev. Irwin Tucker will speak
on "Lincoln and Labor," Sun., 2:45 p.
m., 601 Masonic Temple. All wel
come. Debate: "Is School Board Justified
in Opposing Teachers' Federation?"
Wm. Rothman and J. J. Sonsteby,
Terminal hall, Clifton and Wilson av.,
Tues., 8:15 p. m.
Typographical Union No. 16 annual
ball, Dreamland, Van Buren and Pau
lina, Wed., Feb. 16. Tickets 50 cents.
Veterans of all wars and foreign in
surrections in which U. S. soldiers
figured will held campfire rally, Pal
mer Park pavillion, Feb. 22, 8 p. m.
O. C. Wilson, state and county So
cialist organizer, will lecture: "The.
Power of Socialism," Central West
Side Y. P. S. L. and 10th ward So
cialists, Sun., 8 p. m., West Side So
cialist hall, 1603 W. 12th.
West Side People's Forum, Robey
and Warren av., Leslie W. Sprague, S.
Dakota, lectures: "What Every Man Ay
W. F. McGhee will lecture on "Pa
gan Conquest of Christianity" before
Modernist club, Byron and Robey sts.,
Sirfessor Wilkesbarre will lecture,
on "Altruism, an Enemy of the Peo
ple," before Society Social Aristo
crats, Colonial hall, 20 W. Randolph,
Sun., 8 p. m.
Meeting 23d ward branch Public
Ownership league, Wednesday, Feb.
16, 7:45 p. m., Lincoln Turner hall,
Diversey and Sheffield.
Young Friends Progressive Benefit
society, regular meeting, Steiner's
hall, 1618 W. Division st, Sun., 7 p. m.
CELEBRATE LINCOLN'S BIRTH
This is the anniversary of the birth
day of the great emancipator, Abra
ham Lincoln, who was born 107 years
ago. Banks, the Board of Trade and
the city and county offices are closed.
Hundreds of patriotic, business and
social organization have announced
patriotic exercises for today.
Montreal. Fire damaged plant of
Canadian Car and Foundry Co. at
Turcot, suburb of Montreal, which
has been running day and night man
ufacturing munitions. $2,000 loss be
lieved. WEATHER FORECAST
Snow and colder tonight with low
est temperature about 20 degrees;
Sunday unsettled and moderately
cold with probably light snow flurries;
fresh northeast to north winds. Tem
perature Friday: Highest 32; lowest,
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