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ONE CENT-THE DAY BOOK-ONE CENT
Chicago Trades Union Label league
open meeting, 180 W. "Washington,
Wed., 8 p.m. Luncheon as compli
ment to all who attend. John Walk
er, pres. IH. State Fed. of Labor, -will
discuss practical co-operation; Oscar
Nelson, chief factory inspector, will
tell of good dep't of factory inspec
tion is accomplishing. All union
Newsboys' Protective union will
hold special meeting tonight at 180
Washington sL Important that all
Anthony amendment dinner by III.
Congresisonal union, Auditorium ho
tel, 6 p. m. today; 38 eastern suffrage
leaders will attend.
18th ward Socialists will meet at
home of Elizabeth WeaL 2525 Wil
cox, 8 tonight, to hear Max Sherover
lecture on "Tricks of the Press."
"Breaking Into Society," annual
play by Lane Tech High students,
Athenaeum theater, Lincoln and
Southport avs., nights of April 12,
13, 14, 15.
23d ward Socialists meet Wed.
night, Imperial hall, 2409 N. Halsted.
33d Ward Women's Study club
meets Wed., 2 p. nu, Mrs. Kobiske's,
3501 CosteHo av.
Joel D. Hunter, juvenile court chief
probation officer, will answer charges
made against probation law at last
Northwest Side Commercial ass'n
luncheon, Gersten's cafe, Thurs.,
12:30 p. m.
"University Extension Movement"
will be discussed before City club at
luncheon, Fri., by Prof. Wm. D. Hen
derson, Michigan university.
Annual meeting of City club in
cluding election of offifficers, Satur
Men of the stone age cultivated five
jdnds-of. wheat in, Europe,
FIVE-YEAR-OLD BOY KILLED BY
Wm. Krajonta, 5 years old, would
not be lying dead in the little front
room at 1724 Julian st if the auto
truck which hit him had carried a
The lad dropped a bundle as he
was about to cross the street at 1464
Milwaukee av. He stooped to pick
it up, then started on. The auto
truck, owned by Chas. Brown, 3711
Irving Park blvd., hit him. Edw.
Brown, 2847 N. Robey st, driver of
the truck, was arrested.
SOME MILK NEWS
At a meeting in Mokena farmers of
Will and Cook counties formally re
fused to allow nonunion dairymen
to haul union produced milk to bot
These farmers insist that they
have organized a labor union rather
than a milk producers' ass'n.
The Bowman Dairy Co. today offi
cially announced that it would "bury
the hatchet" and seek co-operation
with the farmers. It will rebuild the
$10,000 Mokena plant destroyed by
fire a few days ago.
London. Furious French counter
attacks and sheeted artillery fire are
checking mighty drive launched by
Germans on northern fronts of Ver
dun. WHOLESALE PRODUCE. Eggs,
20y2c and 21c; butter, 35c.
NEW YORK STOCKS. Opened,
strong, slumped slightly later.
Partly cloudy tonight and Wednes
day; somewhat cooler tonight; mod
erate, variable winds, becoming east
erly. Temperature Monday: Highest,
56; lowest, 43,