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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 15, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 32',
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ONE CENT-THE DAY BOOK-ONE CENT
North-West Side Commercial ass'n
weekly luncheon, Gersten's restaur
ant, Ashland av. and Division, Thuite.,
12:30 p. m. Wm. D. Boyce will dis
cuss "Vocational Army Schools."
Prof. Isaac A. Hourwich, New York,
authority on immigration, will lec
ture in Yiddish for Workers' Insti
tute, Feb. 22, 8:15 p. m., West Side
Auditorium. Subject, "European
War and Future Immigration."
H. Percy Ward will lecture Young
American Branch, Workmen's Circle1,
8 p. m., Sat, Workers' Institute, "The
Problem of Prostitution."
Hard Time party will be given by
the Workers' Institute Educational
League, at institute, 8 p. m., Sun.
Judge Jos. Uulir, Morals Court,' will
lecture. "Guarding Public Morals,"
Lawndale Civic Center, Douglas Park
auditorium, Thurs., 8:30 p. m.
Automatic telephone sale will be
discussed at City Club luncheon,
Wed., by Aid. Chas. E. Merriam and
Ralph M. Shaw, att'y for bondhold
ers. Mothers' Club, Jewish Educational
Alliance, meets 2 p. m., Wed. Major
Funkhouser will lecture.
Chicago Political Equality League
meets Sat, 2 p. m., Congress hotel.
Addresses by Dr. John Dill Robertson,
M. J. Faherty, pres. of board of local
improvements; Francis Neilson, M. P.
18th ward Socialists will meet, 8 p.
m., Tues., Atlas Hall, 1979 Ogden av.,
Oliver Wilson, county organizer will
Meeting in interest of Aid. Ray's
candidacy, Occidental Hall, Madison
and Sacramento blvd., 8 p. m., Wed.,
auspices Women Voters of 13th
ward. Speakers: Aids. Buck and
Ray, Miss Margaret Haley and Miss
Civic League, 5th ward, meets to
night, social center, Everett school.
Ward committeemen and candidates
for alderman will speak.
28th ward Socialists hold prize
masquerade ball, Rockwell hall, Mil
waukee av. and Rockwell, Sat night,
Northwest Y. P. S. L. Dramatic
Checker Club meets, 7:30 p. m., Wed.,
2725 W. Division.
Electrical Workers, 376, will meet
8 p. m., tonight, 522 S. Halsted.
DOGGONE TOUGH ACCIDENT
Dallas, Tex. 4 persons were in
jured, 2 seriously in dog-gonedest ac- .
cident here today. Country pup, un
used to city ways, mixed his traffic
signals and collided headon with jit
ney motor.' Vehicle turned complete
ly over, strewing passengers over
landscape. Dog was a total loss.
A two year contract was signed
with the meat trust yesterday by the
Packing Houst Teamsters' Union
who won a wage increase of approxi
mately a dollar a week.
The agreement was signed after
months of negotiations.
CHICAGO GRAIN. Grain up.
May wheat close,
WHOLESALE PRODUCE Eggs,
2Zy2c; butter, 32c.
NEW YORK STOCKS. Irregular
at opening. Trade professipnaL
Fair tonight and Wednesday; low
est temperature tonight about 22 de
grees; rising temperature Wednes
day; south to southwest winds, be
coming fresh Wednesday. Temper
ature Monday: Highest, 28; lowest,