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ONE CENT-THE DAY BOOK-ONE CENT
Second ward Socialists will hold
meet tonight at Liberty hall, 2941 In
diana. Rowland Sheldon of street
car men's union will speak.
United Electrical league, 27th, 28th
and 33d ward club, will meet tonight
8 p. m. at Salzer's hall, 1939 Milwau
Painters' local 194 hold special
meet Wed. Larger sick benefit will
be proposed. Also report from I. S.
' 13th ward branch in connection
with Lettish branch, S. P., will hold
masquerade ball at Kedzie hall, Ked
zie and Colorado, Nov. 1. Prizes for
best costumes. Refreshments will be
Home of D. D. Cohn, 8911 Ex
change av., robbed while Cohn and
wife attended police benefit at the
Steve Nelson, engineer, and Rich
ard Gibson, fireman, for Fisher Fur
niture Co., 406 N. May, dangerously
burned when they were penned for
a time in basement by fire.
NEW YORK STOCKS. Bethle
hem up. General list irregular.
RAGS! RAGS! RAGS!
By Jim Manee
Ragtime music's pretty
When a fellow plays it right,
I could listen to a ditty,
To a ragtime tune, all night
That sort of funny feeling
That comes with a "rag" is great
It fills you full of "pepper."
Say, to be right up to date, j
You've got to know the Walking
Of the Dog, and Bunny Hug.
A person tries them maybe once,
And then he gets the bug.
The world has grown right dippy
With the lively raggy tone,
'Cause every bit of ragtime i
Has a movement of it's own.
P. S. It has oome to a time when
even the music publishers are gath
Rain tonight and Wednesday; not
much change in temperature; mod
erate to fresh winds, mostly easterly.
TemperatuTe Monday: High, 51; low,
N. D. COCHRAN.
500 SOUTH PEORIA ST.,
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