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Little Landers of Fruitville meets.
912 Masonic Temple Sat., 8 p. m.
33d ward Socialist meeting, Grand
av. and Major, Sun-, 4 p. m., for Wm.
E. Dunne, candidate for alderman.
Speakers: Dunne, Jos. Mason and F.
Prof. Field, Chi. university, will ad
dress Lawndale Literary club, Sun.,
8 p. m., 3220 W. 12th, "Eugenics and
Debate: "Socialism vs. Anarchism,"
auspices Society of Social Aristo
crats, 128 W. Randolph, Sun., 8 p. m.,
H. B. Ritman and W. C. Weber.
Society of Social Aristocrats, 20 W.
Randolph, Dr. Collinge talks: "Per
sonality and Individuality."
First German Spiritualist society
meets Emmett Memorial hall, Tay
lor and Ogden, every Sun., 8 p. m.
"What Does Our Life Mean?" Clar
ence Darrow -will give his answer, 20
W. Randolph, Sun., 8 p.m.
"Pius X and the Immaculate Con
ception," W. F. McGee, Constellation
temple, Byron and Robey, 2:30 Sun.
"Art and Science of Natural Heal
ing," talk by H. Lindlahr, 10 a. m.,
Sun., 525 S. Ashland.
Dr. Alex. J. Mclvor-Tyndall lec
tures Sun., 11 a. m., 210 Masonic
Temple, auspices New Thought Fel
lowship. Subject: "Sex Tragedies
and the Answer: The History and
Symbolism of Marriage."
Society of Anthropology, Corin
thian halL Masonic Temple, Sun.,
2:30 p. m., "FreeThought and Freer
Thought," Prof. Geo. B. Foster.
"Shall People or Party Control
the Government?" by Homer A. Far
rand, The Open Forum, 20 W. Ran
dolph, Sun., 8 p. m.
Debate: "Has Christianity Benefit
ed the Human Race9" Rev Dr. Pres
ton Bradley, pastor People church;
and Arthur M. Lewis fiarjick. the
ater, Sun., 2 p. m., auspices Workers'
Wets Side Peoples Forum, Robey
and Warren av., Sun., 7:45 p. m.,
Geo. E. Hooker will discuss Chicago's
"Public Opinion and Personality," 9'
by Geo. B. Foster, U. of C., Kenmore
theater, Kenmore and Wilson avs., 11
a. m., Sun., auspices Society of Ra
tionalism. I. W. W. Open Forum, 938 W. Mad
ison, Wm. L. Chenery.editor of "The
Guide Post," will lecture: "Report of
the Industrial Relations Committee."
(Announcement did not say when,
lecture will be held.) ,
Grant Social club, grand ball, to
night, 1226 S. Halsted; benefit war
sufferers. m j
"Venereal Diseases and Prostitu
tion," lecture by Dr. Anna E. Blount,
Douglas Inst Woman's Study Circle,
Liberty hall, 3420 W. 12th, 8 p. m. to
night Blue Jay Social club, ball, New Su
perior hall, Superior and Noble, to
night o o
CHICAGO GRAIN. Grain and
provisions up. May wheat close,
WHOLESALE PRODUCE. Eggs,
19c; butter, 36c.
NEW YORK STOCKS. Sold off
after opening; closed steady.
Rain this afternoon and tonight,
probably turning to snow late to
night; much colder tonight, with low
est temperature near freezing; Sun
day partly cloudy and much colder;
fresh shifting winds, becoming fresh
to strong northwest tonight Tem
perature Friday: Highest, 66; low