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Christian Socialist meeting Sun
day. Subject: "Georgrapliy of he
Gods," Rev- Irwin St. John Tucker.
Public meeting of Women's Trade
Union league at Schiller hall, 64 W.
Randolph, Sunday, 4 p.m. Aid. Rob
ert M. Buck to discuss proposed or
dinance dealing with police conduct
Lecture, "A Synopsis of Sociol
ogy," D. H. Mehlman, 8 tonight, at
Workers' Inst, 920 S. Ashland blvd.
Joe Hier club, I. W. W., meets Sun.,
11 a. m., 1041 Newport av. Mr. Mc
Ducken will speak on "The L W. W."
Debate, "Karl Marx vs. Maifew
Seklew; Which Is the Better System
of Philosophy?" Moses Baritz and
Sirfessor Wflk&sbarre, 20 W. Ran
dolph, Sun., 8 p. m., auspices Society
of Social Aristocrats and Supercrats.
"The Boy Delinquent," lecture by
Judge Harry M. Fisher, Society of
Anthropology, Sun., 2:30 p. m., Co
s rinthian hah, Masonic Temple.
"What Mark Twain Thought of
the Christian Religion," lecture by
Wm. Thurston Brown, Colonial hall,
20 W. Randolph, Sun., 8 p. m.
"The Modern Anti-Christ and the
Prophet of the Superman," lecture,
Clarence Darrow, Corinthian hall,
Masonic Temple, Sun., 11 a. m.
"Law and Labor," address, Wm. A.
Cunnea, liberty clubhouse, 3420 W.
12th, Sun., -8 p. m.
"Foundations of Socialism," lec
ture, Prof. Donald McQueen, Berlyn
hall, 6648 Cottage Grove av., Sunady
"Education Toward Democracy,"
Harry A. Lapsky of the board of edu
cation, West Side People's Forum,
Robey and Warren, Sun., 7:45 p. m.
"Why Affinity Marriages Fail; Sex
Tragedies and Their Answer," Dr.
Alex jL McIygvgyndajL Sugy 11 a.
m., 210 Masonic Temple. Sun., 7
p. m., Tsychic Research Problems;
the Mystery of Haunted Houses."
Free civic concert, Garfield Park
refectory, Sun.. 2:30 p. m.
Debate, Chas. Edward Russell, af
firmative, and Prof. Scott Nearing,
negative: "Should the United States
Prepare for War?" Garrick theater,
Sun., 2:30 p. m., auspices Workers'
"Our Progress," lecture, Dr. J.
Huff, for Workers' Inst Educational
league, 920 S. Ashland blvd., Sun.,
8 p. m.
Protest meeting in defense of Ma-
gon brothers, editors of Regenera
tion, imprisoned in Los Angeles, Sun.,
2:30 p. m.
"Medieval Theology a Curse to
Humanity," talk, W. P. McGee, Mod
ernist club, Constellation Temple,
Byron and Robey, Sun., 2:30 p. m.
Meetings Workers' Inst., 920 S.
Ashland blvd., Mon., 8 p. m., to or
ganize defense league in behalf of
imprisoned working men. Bill Hay
Steam and Operating Engineers
will meet to adopt constitution and
by laws, O'Connell's hall, Chi. av. and
Wells, Tues, 8 p.m.
CHICAGO GRAIN. Grain and
provisions down. May wheat close,
WHOLESALE PRODUCE. Eggs,
20y2c and 20c; butter, 35c.
NEW YORK STOCKS. Entire
Unsettled weather tonight and
Sunday, with possibly light snow
flurries; continued cold with freezing
temperature tonight; fresh to strong
northerly winds, diminishing Sunday.
Temperature Friday: Highest, 39;
lowest, 31 1