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Chicago university students' open
forum, 8 p. m. tonight, L W. W. hall,
938 W. Madison,
Lord and Lady Aberdeen will ad
dress Chi. Political Equality league,
Congress hotel, 2 p. m., Sat
19th ward Socialist massmeeting,
8 p. m., Friday, Netherwood hall,
Marshfield av. and Taylor, for Miss
Ellen Gates Starr, aldermanic can
didate. Speakers: Rev. Irwin Tuck
er, M. Bachal, Mrs. Florence Kelly,
Sidney Hillman and Miss Starr.
22d ward Democratic woman's
club meets, Mozart hall, 1532 Cly
courn av., 8 p.m. tonight. All ward
candidates and prominent women
15th ward Socialist precinct
workers hold special meeting, 7:30
p. m. tonight, 2725 W. Division, in
terest of Aid. Rodriguez,
Single Tax club's oratorial con
test for high school students, 8 p. m.,
Fri., Schiller hall, 64 W- Randolph.
Ernest Batten speaks.
Frances Squire Potter circle holds
open meeting, 8 p.m. tonight, Irving
Park school, Grace and Kedvale av.
Speakers: Miss Mary McDowell, Mrs.
Harriet Thompson and Miss Ida M.
Massmeeting for Amalgamated
Clothing workers, Hod Carriers' hall,
Harrison and Green, right after work
Fi. evening. Pres. Sidney Hillman
Fed. of Women High School Teach
ers meets 4:30 p. m., Fri., City club,
315 Plymouth ct Max Loeb will
Chicago advertising men will pa
rade St Patrick's day, from Clark
and Madison, over to Michigan blvd.
through Lincoln park to Green Mill
Gardens, where the Essanay Film Co.
is giving a dinner.
CHIEF WAITS TO FILE CHARGES
Chief of Police Healey will not file
charges of "disobedience to orders"
against Second Deputy Funkhouser
until the latter replies to a request
from the chief for information of
whether moving picture "cut outs"
were exhibited by Funkhouser be
fore various clubs and civic societies.
Funkhouser was given verbal or
ders, according to the chief, not to
exhibit the "cutouts" anywhere. He
is said to have violated this order,
which came through Healey from
Mayor Thompson. The mayor says
that anything too bad for the general
public to see is too bad for reform
ers to look at The movie censorship
is under Funkhouser's direction.
Some time ago Chief Healey ex
hibited to Rev. John P. Brushing
ham's congregation a string of film
that was studded with stabbings and
Yesterday the Post had a story
that Deputy Morals Inspector Frank
Hanna was to be discharged tomor
row. Capt Coffin, chairman of the
civil service commission, denied his
body, had even finished writing up
the Hanna evidence, and said there
was nothing to the report
CHICAGO GRAIN. Grain up.
Provisions steady. May wheat close,
WHOLESALE PRODUCE. Eggs,
19y2c; butter, 35c.
NEW YORK STOCKS. Opened
lively; continued strong.
Unsettled weather tonight and Fri
day; warmer tonight; lowest temper
ature about 28 degrees; variable
winds, becoming moderate to fresh
northeast Temperature Wednesday;
Highest, 26; lowest