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THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper,
Daily Except Sunday
Rev. Fred A. Moore on "A Chris
tian World," Sun., 10:30 a. m., at
Church of Redeemer, Robey and
City central committee of Y. P. S.
L. meets Sun., 2:30 p. m., at Work
ers' Institute, 920 S. Ashland av.
Jack London memorial lecture by
Arthur M. Lewis at Garrick theater,
2:30 p. m., Sun. Stereoptican illus
trations of some of London's iavorite
Wm. J. FjOrdyce on "The Problem
of Sorrow" at- Besant hall, 116 S.
Michigan ayi. Sun. night. Auspices
of Chicago Theosophical society.
EdmuncWance Cooks will speak on
"The Religion of Democracy" at
West SidetFeople's Forum in Church
of Redeemer, Robey and Warren,
7:45 p. m., Sun.
"Anarchism in Practice and The
ory." Open forum discussion at
Workers' Institute, Sun.
Leslie Wahl of New York, speaker
for International New Thought Fel
lowship, will discuss "Suicide: A
Short Cut to Heaven or Hell?", Sun.,
11 a. m., Hall 210 Masonic Temple.
"Why I Left the Catholic Priest
hood." Lecture by former Father W.
F. McGee, Sun., 11 a. m., Drill hall,
Masonic Temple. Auspices Chicago
Students' Congress organization
meets Sun., 7 p. m., at Progressive
Preparatory school, 1208 N. Hoyne
av. Dr. M. Dolnik will, deliver first of
series of lectures on Jewish history.
Discussion to follow.
Debate at Liberty hall, 2941 In
diana av., tonight.. "The L W. W. Is
Morp Practical Than the A. F. of L."
Affirmative, Richard Brazier, Spok
ane; negative, Jack Johnstone, Paint
ers' Local 147.
HIGH COST HICCOUGHS
Who Played This Dirty Trick
on the Public?
y By Jim Manee
Mary, Mary, quite contrary,
How does your garden grow?
"With lots of grub, but I'm a dub,
Because, now do you know?
I cannot get the folks to buy,
Who sell foodstuffs around.
They want to keep" the prices up!
My food rots in the ground.
P. S. Cider from rotten apples
ought to be plentiful this season..
STOCK EXPO OPENS i
International ' Live Stock Exposi
tion opened today at the stock
yards. Thousands of cattle raisers,
dealers and agricultural school stu
dents attended. Experimenal stock
from a dozen universities among ex
hibits. Expected 25,000, including the
swell society folks, will attend open
ing of Horse show tonight
NEW YORK.l3TOCKS. Close
Fair tonight and probably Sunday;
warmer Sunday;" winds shifting to
southerly and becoming fresh Sun
day. Temperature Friday: High, 50;