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ONE CENT-THE DAY BOOK -ONE CENT
in this most effective union in the
world's history, but it is as stupid and
wrong to expect those-who believe
in such a world union therefore to
give up their patriotism as it is to
expect the man who becomes' a citi
zen of this country to give up then
and there his love and care for his
BY JIM MANEE
Tomorrow every man in town
Should wear a white carnation
To celebrate our Mother's Day
And praise a prize relation.
The plan is on in every state
And mothers should feel glad.
Sal, why not in the future have,
Also, a day for Dad?
P. S. At that we are sort of
stingy. Isn't every day in the year
Mother's and Dad's day?
ASK CONGRESS TO REPEAL LAW
ON BIRTH CONTROL NEWS
Margaret Sanger's lectures on birth
control and the right of poor women
to obtain information that can be
purchased by the rich see mto be ob
Last night the Chicago Society of
Medical Research adopted unani
mously a resolution calling upon
congress to repeal all laws which
make it an offense to impart to mar
ried couples scientific knowledge of
The resolution was introduced by
Dr. Jos. H. Greer and was seconded
by several members. Sixteen physi
cians spoke in favor of the resolution
and declared it was time for the med
ical profession to take a positive
stand in the matter.
Mrs. Edward Cilmore, 371 E. 56th,
asked police to seek husband. x
Dr. Alex. J. Mclvor-Tyndall speaks1
Sun., 11 a. m., 210 Masonic Temple,
"Selling the Thrones of Angels"; on
"Sun., 7:45 p. m., "Facts and Frauds
Organization meeting Socialist
Sunday school league for purpose of
building radical Sunday schools, at 8
tonight, Douglas Inst., 3352 W. 12th.:
A. S. Tobinson will speak, "New Gen
"Rationalism, Religion and the
European War," lecture, H. Percy
Ward, Sun., 11 a. m., Corinthian halL.
24th ward Socialists meet, Lower;
Socialist Turner hall, Belmont and
Paulina, 8 tonight
City club luncheon, Mon., Thos
Mott Osborne, warden Sing Sing
prison, talks, "Common Sense in
M. C. Walsh speaks, open air, 62d
pi. and Halsted,, 7 tonight, and, Con
gress and State, 7 p. m., Sun. Sub-
ject, "The American Press and La
Knights of Equity meet, 738 W
Madison, Sun., 2:30 p. m. Municipal
Knights of Equity meet second Sun
of -each month at this address.
Aid. De Priest's ordinance to raisa
salaries of city council member
killed in finance committee.
" Mrs. Mary Mason, 751 Wells, sui
cide. Gas. Despondent over finan
Arthur Jahns, 15, 1435 W. NortMb
av., hit by auto of Joe Dooe, 633?
Henry st Not serious.
Unsettled weather Saturday, fol
lowed by showers Saturday night
and Sunday; continued cool; moder-.
ate northeast Winds possibly becom
ing fresh Sunday. i