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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 26, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 32',
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NT-THF DAY BOOK-ONE CENT
Chi. Typographical Union No. 16
regular meeting, 2 p. mVSun., Hod
carriers' hall, Harrison and Green
"Motherhood: the Past Idea and
the Future Ideal" subject of . open
meeting, 210 Masonic Temple, 11 a.
m., Sun. Speaker, Dr. A. J. Mclvor
TyndalL Universalist Church of the Re
deemer, Warren and Robey, Fred A.
Moore, minister. Sermon, "Soulful
Bodies," 10:45 a. m., Sun.
West Side People's Forum, Robey
and Warren av., 7:45 p. m., Sun., Dr.
W. E. B. DuBois, director of the
Nat'l Ass'n for Advancement of Col
ored People, will speak: "The World
Problem and the Color Line."
Sirfessor Wilkesbarre and B. Les
ter Weber will debate before Society
of Social Aristocrats, Colonial hall,
20 W. Randolph, 8 p. m.,'Sun.
Lecture on the art and science of
nature cure healing by Dr. H. Lind
lahr, 10 a. m., Sun., 525 S. Ashland
Clarence Darrow lectures: "Nietz
sche," Kenmore theater, Wilson and
Kenmore avs., 11 a. m., Sun.
Debate: "American Fed. of Labor
vs. Industrial Workers of the World,"
between Wm. T. Brown for A. F. of
L. and B. Schrager for L W. W., 8 p.
m., Sun., Colonial hall, 20 W. Ran
dolph. Dr. Jos. H. Greer will pre
side. Golden Rule Spiritualist society
holds services 8 p. m., Sun., 2800 W.
Madison. F. E. Loner speaks. Public
Clarence Darrow will lecture at the
Workers' Inst. Educational league,
920 S. Ashland blvd., 8 p. m., Sun.
Waldemar Eickhoff will discuss
"The Devil" at the Open Forum, 20
W. Randolph, 8 p. m., Sun.
"Anarchism and Freethjoughi" lec
ture by H. Percy'Ward, 11 a. m. Sun.,
Corinthian Hall, Masonic Temple.
Collins Benevolent Ass'n 20th an
nual masked ball, 7th Regiment Arm
ory, 8:30 p. m. tonight.
"Our National Honor," subject of
address of Rev. Irwin Tucker to
Christian Socialist Fellowship, 601
Masonic Temple, 2:45 p. m. tSun.
Public Ownership League of Cook
county meets at 2 p. m. Sun., Musi
cian's Hall, 175 W. Washington. Elec
tion of permanent officers.
I. W. W. Joe Hill club will hold open
meeting, 11 a. m. Sun., 1041 New
port av. Speaker, Dr. Seastrand,
"Love and Marriage."
"The Ideas that Made Trouble for
Prof. Veblen at the University of
Chicago," subject of lecture, A. M.
Lewis, Garrick theater, 2:30 p. m.
Local 85, I. W. WM will give enter
tainment and concert, 8:30 p. m., to
night, I. W. W. hall, 644 W. 12th.
Meeting tonight in interest of Aid.
Ray, 13th ward, Lexington hall,
Western av. and Lexington st Speak
ers: Aids. Ray, Buck and Vanderbilt;
John Fitzpatrick, Victor Olander, Ed
Nockels and Emmett Flood, all labor
Painters' Local 194 will hold spe
cial me'eting, Wed. night, Division and
Ashland av. Jas Larkin, pres., former
nres. Irish Federation will speak
"The Newer Unionism in Great Brit
ain." A false announcement of a meeting
of Painters' Union 194 appeared in
this column last night, it came to
this office written on the union's offi
Partly cloudy tonight and Sunday;
colder tonight, with lowest tempera
ture about 18 degrees; fresh north
west winds. Temperature Friday:
Highest 31j Lowest, 26,