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ONE CENT-THE DAY BOOK -ONE CENT
Chas. Edward RussfilK noted writ
er and speaker, will lecture, Garrick
theater, 2:30 p. m., Sun., auspices
Workers' University. Subject: "Wen
dell Phillips." Russell lectures here
once a year.
"Will Feminism Make for Race De
terioration?" debate, H. Percy Ward
and Atty. Jesse Quitman, 11 a. m.,
Sun., Corinthian hall, Masonic Tem
ple. "Sex Tragedies and the Answer:
The History of Sex Degradation,"
open lecture, 210 Masonic Temple, 11
a. m., Sun. Dr. J. Mclvor-Tyndall,
Mormon conference Sun. 10 al m.,
Calumet hall, 62d and Cottage Grove;
2 p. m., chapel, 10723 Perry av.; 7:30
p. m., chapel, Sawyer and Wright
Sirfessor Wilkesbarre speaks to his
class at Workers; Inst,. 920 S. Ash
land av., 8 p. ml, tonight on "The
Seven Wonders of the Ego."
"Wonders of Science," lecture, ac
companied by illustrated charts, by
J. Howard Moore, 8 p. m., Sun., Co
lonial hall, 20 W. Randolph. Pres.
Arthur Le Seuer, People's College,
PL Scott, will also speak.
"Military Preparedness and the
Working Class," debate 7:30 p. m.,
Sun., Belmont hall, N. Clark and
Belmont av., by Caleb Harrison and
J. L. Earlywine.
15th ward branch, Public Owner
ship league, will meet 7:30 p. m.,
Tues., 2725 W. Division.
Question of woman's equality to
man will Le discussed at Colonial hall,
20 W. Randolph, 8 p. m., Sun.
"The Sex Problem from a Lay
man's Viewpoint," lecture, Homer A.
Farrand, Elgin, The Open Forum, Co
lonial hall, 20 W. Randolph, 8 p. m.,
West Side People's Forum, Robey
and Warren av., Fred A. Moore
speaks: "Chicago's Civic Salvation."
Clarence Darrow will lecture for
Society for Rationalism, KenmoVe
theater, Wilson and Kenmore avs.,
11 a. m., Sun. Subject: "Neitche."
Rev. Edgar F. Blanchard, Ham- S
mond, La., will address Christian So- J
cialist Fellowship, 2:45 p. m., Sun.,
601 Masonic Temple. Subject, "Prim- '
Hive Christianity vs. 20th Century
21st ward Civic league meet Og
den "school, State and Chestnut sts.,
2:15 p. m., Mon. Speakers: Judge
Uhlir, morals court; Aid Healey, Mrs.
Philip Barnard, chairman 23d ward
Rev. Frank O'Hara will deliver lec
ture on patriotism, K. of P. hall,
11037 Michigan av., 8 p. m., Sun.
Northwest Side Y. P. S. L., social
and business meeting, 2725 W. Divi
sion, 2:30 p. m., Sun.
First German Spiritualist society
meets, Emmet Memorial hall, 2179
Ogden av., every Sun., 8 p. m.
I. Abrams will lecture on "Saninism
in America," 8 p. m., tonight, Radical
Library, 712 S. Loomis.
"Is There a Creator?" Debate with
W. C. Bohanna, affirmative; Sirfes
sor Wilkesbarre, negative; Colonial
hall, 20 W. Randolph, 8 p.m., Sun.
CHICAGO GRAIN. Grain down.
Provisions higher. May wheat close,
Wholesale produce. Eggs,
19c; butter, 36c.
NEW YORK STOCKS. Opened
irregular; closed steady. fN
Unsettled weather tonight; lowest
temperature about 26 degrees; Sun
day fair and somewhat colder; mo
derate variable wThds becoming fresh
north to northwest Temperature
J Friday: Highest, '27; lowest, 27.
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