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E CENT-THE DAY BOOK-ONE CENT
Central Women's Prohibition club
meets Sat, 2:30 p.m., Y. M. C.A. bldg.,
19 S. La Salle. Campaign plans will
Sixth anniversary of opening of
Stanford Park will be celebrated, 8 p.
m., Sun., under auspices of the Coun
cil of Stanford Park. Many promi
nent speakers and soloists.
Society of Rationalism, Kenmore
theater, "Wilson and Kenmore avs., 11
a. m., Sun. John E. Roberts speaks:
"The Emergency and the Man."
Society of Social Aristocrats, Co
lonial hall, 20 W. Randolph, 20 W.
Randolph, Sirfessor Wilkesbarre
speaks: "Socialism a Brain Dis
ease." Christian Socialist Fellowship, 601
Masonic Temple, 2:45 p. m., Sun.
Rev. Irwin St J. Tucker speaks: "An
archism vs. Socialism."
International New Thought Fel
lowship, 210 Masonic Temple, 11 a.
m., Sun. Dr. A. J. Mclvor-Tyndall
"Reincarnation and Karma; the New
The Open Forum, Colonial hall, 20
W. Randolph, 8 p. m., Sun. Sympo
sium of speakers will discuss relation
ship of money to civilization.
Open Forum, 938 W. Madison, 8 p.
m., Sun. Wm. H. Seed will speak:
"A Working Class View of the War."
"What Is the Matter with the Chi
cago Public Schools?" lecture by
Wm. T. Brown, Colonial hall, 20 W.
Randolph, 8 p. m., Sun.
C. W. A. Branch, International Sun
Shine society, monthly dance and en
tertainment, Puller Pk., 46th and
Princeton av., Feb. 28. Judge Uhlir,
morals court, will speak.
Workers' university, Garrick the
ater, 2:30 p. m., Sun. A. M. Lewis
speaks: "Father Ming's Book on the
Religion of Socialism."
Central West Side Y, P. S. L. and
10th ward Socialists, W. Side Social
ist hall, 1603 W. 12th, 8 p. m., Sun.
Wm. A. Cunnea speaks: "Law and
28th ward Socialists, Knut's hall,
Lincoln and Irving pk blvd., 8 p. m.,
Wed. Geo. Duval will speak: "The
Ishi Club special meeting, 1:30 p.
m., Sun., Pulaski Pk. hall. Election
Homeward club holds ball tonight,
Douglas Pk. auditorium. Proceeds
to Jewish war sufferers.
EASTLAND MEN DO NOT HAVE
TO COME TO CHICAGO FOR TRIAL
Six men charged with responsibil
ity for the Eastland disaster will not
have to come to Chicago to stand
trial, Federal Judge Sessions decided
at a hearing in Detroit, This is a dis
tinct disappointment to,Dis't Att'y
Clyne, who is prosequting for the
government The decision makes
the government's case very difficult.
State's Att'y Hoyne says adverse
decision of Detroit judge in federal
case against Eastland indicted will
not deter him from pressing cases
against 7 under state indictment.
Expect to complete Lorimer jury
CHICAGO GRAIN Grain and pro
visions down. May wreat close,
NEW YORK STOCKS. Copper and
zinc advance at opening. Some re
cessions in late trading. Close steady.
Snow flurries this afternoon; part
ly cloudy tonight and Sunday; mo
derate temperature; lowest tonight
near the freezing point; moderate va
riable winds. Temperature Friday:
Highest, 35; lowest, 20.