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ONE CENT-THE DAY BOOK-ONE CENT
Woman's auxiliary, P. O. Clerks'
union, Local 1, will hold open meet
ing, Sun., 3 p. m., St John's hall,
18th floor Masonic temple.
Aid. Wm. Rodriguez will address
graduating class of Progressive Pre
paratory school, Lawndale hall, 3437
Ogden av., Sat, 8 p. m. L. A. Bloom,
B. Sheinen and A. Baicher -will par
ticipate in musical program.
Christian Socialist Fellowship
meets Sun., 2:45 p. m.t 601 Masonic
Temple. Rev. E. A. Orr, Tacoma,
speaks: v "The Social Message of
Organization meeting, Douglas
Park branch, Workers' inst, Sun., 3
p. m., at Workers' Inst, 920 S. Ash
land blvd. All welcome.
H. Percy Ward lectures Sun., 11
o'clock, Corinthian hall, Masonic
Temple, on "The Fight Between the
Catholic Mayor and the Catholic
Priests of New York City."
Members of the Jewish Y. P. S. L.
requested to attend special meeting
on Sun., Sept 24, 5 p. m., at Work
"Making Gods of Men" will bo sub
ject of meeting under auspices of In
ternational New Thought Fellowship
in Hall 210, Masonic Temple, Sun.,
11 a. m. E. M. Stewart will conduct
meeting, taking up Dr, Mclvor-Tyn-dall's
essay on the theme. Musical
program under direction Prof. Tol
man. Lucy E. Parsons will lecture at Lib
erty hall, 2941 Indiana av., Sat, 8
p. m. Subject: Woman's Advance
ment" Students' congress organization
will meet at assembly hall of Pro
gressive preparatory school, 1208 N.
Hoyne av., Sunday, Sept. 27, 7 p. m.
Lawyer Savitsky will speak about
present situation of. congress move
ment Election of delegate to Middle
West Congress ass'n.
MAN KILLED BY CAR IN WHICH
BROTHER IS PASSENGER
Rob't Hemmingway, Glen Ellen,
an auto salesman, was instantly
Wiled when an auto truck on which '
He was riding was hit by an Aurora
& Elgin electric train at Lombard to
day. The truck .was demolished and
Hemingway was dragged a block.
When the truck was hit the auto
tank exploded, saturating Hemming-'
way's clothes and setting fire to
them. His ragged and torn remains
were scorched and seared by the
When the electric car'hit the truck
many windows in the car were brok
en and the motorman and several
passengers were cut Passengers
crowded off the car to see what had
happened. One man looked at the
remains of the dead man lying along
the track, then fainted. He was the
slain man's brother, J. T. Hemming
way. J. T. and Rob't had started to
work together this morning, butf
Rob't accepted an offer to ride on the
auto truck! while J. T. preferred the
NEW YORK STOCKS. Session,
heaviest in eight years. Prices
Asbury Park, N. J. President Wil
son has accepted invitation to speak
at Omaha, Neb., Oct. 5, and at In
dianapolis, Oct 12.
' Fair tonight and Sunday morning,
followed by showers by afternoon or
night; slowly rising temperature;
gentle variable winds becoming -fresh
Sunday. Temperature Friday: High
1 64; low, 47.