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ONE CENT-THE DAY BOOK- ONE CENT
HUMANE PLANKS WRITTEN JNTO
THE MOOSE PLATFORM "
Every preparedness and "Ameri
canism" plank that Roosevelt has
espoused in the past year is to be J
included, along with women's suf
frage and labor reform planks, in the
platform of the Progressive party.
William Allen White and Dean
Walter Lewis have completed a pre
The platform is understood to in
clude the following planks:
Preparedness, including universal
service and a great navy.
Americanisni, with emphasis on
necessity of a strong foreign policy.
National woman's suffrage.
Improvement of labor conditions
through enforcement of a strict child
Further extension of the initiative
Advocacy of more liberal changes
in the national constitution.
Tariff commission or some other
means of regulating the tariff.
Extension of American trade, with
enlarged merchant marine.
Predictions were made today that
all efforts of Prohibitionists to secure
introduction of a "dry" plank in the
Bull Moose platform would meet
Many planks are expected to be in
troduced from the floor.
NOTICE TO READERS
If there are any factories where
The Day Book cannot be purchased
keep after the newsboy until he gets
them, or notify The Day Book circu
Unidentified man shot and killed
Dollie Smith, 36, and probably fatal
ly wounded himself in Mrs. Ida Sher
wood's rooming house, 3131 Prairie.
Mass meeting of barbers Thurs., 9
p. m., Musicians' hall, 175 W. Wash
ington, to boost for Sunday closing.
Jas. C. Shanessy, general organizer
International Barbers' union, and C.
F. Foley, second vice pres., to speak.
American Union Aerainst Militarism
has, brought from New York the ex
hibit "War Against War.", it may De
viewed at 58 E. Monroe.
Workers' Inst, high school sum
mer course in history, literature and
economics, Tues. and Fri. evenings,
920 S. Ashland av.
Single Tax club, jointly with the
Roanoke Boys' club, will meet at Si
nai Social center, 4622 Grand blvd.,
8 p. m., Fri. John Z. White speaks
on "Land Question." High school
students will deliver single tax talks.
WILD GETSJURY TRIAL
Capt Horace B. Wild, licensed
master pilot of aviation, member of
U. S. army aeronautical reserves of
Chicago, demanded jury trial before
Judge Caverly yesterday. Wild was
arrested by South Park Police CapL
Ted Richardson Saturday -for hang
ing a cloth sign on the Lake View
bldg. The sign said the marchers
were marching for "Wall street."
The case has been assigned to Judge
Fry's oourt for June 15.
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NEW YORK STOCKS. Market
irregular. General list dulL
Showers, ending this atfernoon;
partly cloudy and continued cool to
night; Thursday generally fair and
somewhat warmer; strong westerly
winds diminishing. Temperature
Tuesday: High, 58; low, 50.