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THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper,
Daily Except Sunday
Special meeting of machinists,
Bellamy lodge, 208 I. A. of M., to
night, 3142 S. Halsted. Election.
Miscellaneous Hotel and Restau
rant Employes' ass'n, local 874, to
discuss working hours tonight at 115
Painters' L. U. 194 to hold special
meeting Wed., Dec. 6. Lecture and
Lillian H. Odell to lecture on mod
ern Irish poets at Liberty hall, 2941
Indiana av., Wed. eve., Dec. 6, 8 p. m.
"Increase in Tenant Farming and
What to Do About It" Prof. Mead,
Univ. of Calif., before City club Wed.
Theo. Herzl Community Center to
open Wed. eve., in Herzl school,
Douglas and Independence blvds.
13th ward branch of Socialist par
ty will hold dance Wed., Dec. 6, at
Kedzie hall, Kedzie and Colorado avs.
Bridge and structural iron work
ers' union to hold special meeting
Thurs. night Election and referendum.
SUFFS IN DEMONSTRATION
DURING WILSON'S MESSAGE
Washington, Dec. 5. The first
demonstration by suffragists, such as
"heckled" the British house of com
mons in the past, occurred in con
gress here today while Pres. Wilson
was reading his annual message to a
joint session of the house and. senate.
Soon after the president had start
ed speaking, a big yellow silk ban
ner was unfurled from the house
gallery by a group of suffrage sympa
thizers. It bore the inscription: "Mr.
President, what will you do for wom
A napfi Trass rtisnnrrhprt tn thfi Eral-
Jery hurriedly and tore down the ban-
ner. ine presiaeni went on wim iue
reading of his speech,' apparently
giving the banner no attention, al
though it was unfurled directly in
front of him.
HIGH COST HICCOUGHS
Who Played This Dirty Trick
on the Public?
By Jim Manee
Little Jack Horner, he went to the
To purchase some food for a meal.
Seven kids has, he got and he needed
And "a lot," of course, costs a
He ordered some rice and he ordered
And some eggs, let the rest be for
gotten. For when he got back, alas and
'Bout half of the egglets were rotten.
P. S. Some eggs could be used as
alarm clocks. "Cock-a-doodle-do."
F. L. Thacker, ex-convice, pleaded
guilty to forgery and embezzlement
involving $4,00.0, against Cosden &
Co., firm which employed him de
spite his record.
Fair tonight and Wednesday;
slightly cooler tonight; moderate
northwest winds, becoming variable,
Temp. Monday: High, 60; low, 62 j