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ONE CENT-THE DAY BOOK-ONE CENT
By Jim Manee"
Most every land across the sea
Has entered in the war.
The Russians, " English, Germans,
They've heard the cannon's roar.
That makes us wonder why some
Have picked peace as the finer.
Is Switzerland too small to fight
And then, Is Asia Minor?
P. S. The question with some of
the countries is: "Would Switzerland
too hard if she got mixed in it?"
CAROLYN KISTER GOES "HOME"
MAN TO BE PROSECUTED
Jacob Kister took bis baby home
with him today. A roughbox, heaped
with flowers, rode in the baggage ar.
A few cars behind sat Kister, the pic
ture of hopeless despondency.
"His baby," he called her, came to
Chicago a few weeks ago. She said
she trusted a man and then took bi
chloride of mercury in fear she
would be shamed before her friends.
She died in the Washington Park
hospital yesterday, her father by her
Capt Alcock, Woodlawn police
station, has a letter which the police
say Miss Kister wrote to Wm. J. Cal
lahan the man Miss Kister accused
of attacking her in the Normandie
hotel in which she pleaded that he
The girl feared to face the shame
that might be brought upon her. She
was afraid, too, that she might be
come a mother. In the letter which
the police have she speaks of her
hie being ruined and asks the man to
rescue her from it jdl by marriage.
"The Origin of Easter: Its Hidden
Meeting," subject of Sunday morn
ing meeting in hall, 210 Masonic
Temple, Dr. Alexander J. Mclvor
Tyndall, psychologist and ethicist,
speaker; auspices International New
Thought Fellowship. Questions and
discussions. Everybody welcome.
Class in biology, anatomy, phy
siology and hygiene being organized
under leadership of Dr. J. J. Hoff,
Workers' Inst. First session, Sat,
7:30 p. m.
City Central committee, Y. P. S. L.,
meets Sun., 2 p. m., 2725 W. Division. -
Douglas Park, Y. P. S. L. meets
Fri., 8 p. m., 3352 W. 12th.
Farewell reception and tea by the
Woman's Party of Cook County in
honor of retiring vice president, Mrs.
Antoinette France, 1103 Masonic
Temple, Sat, 2 to 5 p. m. Mrs.
France going to N. Y.
18th Ward Civic league board meet
ing today, "The Loft," office of Jean
Wallace Butler, 422 S. Hoyne av.
Englewood Y. P. S. L. meets to
night, 5904 S. Halsted.
Margaret H. Sanger will lecture on
"Birth. Control," Tues., 8:15 p. m.,
West Side Auditorium, Taylor and
CHICAGO GRAIN. Grain and
provisions up. May wheat close,
WHOLESALE PRODUCE. Eggs,
20c; butter, 34c
NEW YORK STOCKS. Market
active. Prices firm.
Thundershowers this afternoon
and probably tonight; cooler tonight;
Friday partly cloudy and much cool
er; fresh to strong northwest winds.
Temperature Wednesday: Highest,