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THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper,
Daily. Except Sunday
Northwest Side Y. P. S. L. meets
tonight at 2725 W. Division. Dancing.
Ladies at City club dinner tonight.
Pisk Jubilee Singers, old negro melo
dies. Debate under auspices of Engle
wood Free Forum at Marquette hall,
67th and Halsted, tonight Subject,
"Socialist Control Will Promote Pub
lic Welfare." John T. Vaughan, af
firmative; F. M. Wilkesbarre, nega
tive. Sam Evans will speak on "Freedom
of the Press" before Chicago Single
Tax club at Schiller hall, 64 W. Ran
dolph, tonight Open discussion.
The D. P. Y. P. S. L. to meet Fri
day night, 3905 W. 12th.
Christmas sale of Women's Trade
Union league to be held Sat, Dec. 9,
19th floor Masonic Temple.
Committee appointed at Olympic
theater mass meeting on high cost
of living to hold conference Sat, 3
p. m., 1208 Schiller bldg.
John Collier, director N. Y. .School
for Training Community Center
Workers will speak at City club
luncheon Sat. noon.
"Why Mark Twain Rejected Chris
tianity." H. P. Ward, Drill hall, Ma
sonic Temple, Sunday, 11 a. m.
F. M. Wilkesbarre to lecture on
Netzsche before Society of Superites
and Supercrats, Colonial hall, 20 W.
Randolph, 7:54 p. m. Sunday.
Adamson law topic of Wm. Che
nery before the Women's Trade1
Union league, Sunday afternoon,
Dec. 10, Schiller hall, 64 W. Ran
dolph. All invited to meeting of women's
clubs to be held Tues., Dec. 12, U. S.
immigration offices, 845 S. Wabash.
8Yj yocational training for girl, tojric.
HIGH COST HICCOUGHS
Who Played This Dirty Trick
on the Public?
1 By Jim Manee
This little pig. went to Chicago, $
From the farm, on the B. & O. !
'Tis true he'd never have done it,
If he had been "in on the know."
For they led him aroimd over gang
ways, To the far southern part of town.
Then a man, cut his neck, and at-
present, by heck,(
- He, is selling for two-tiits a pound.
P. S. And this little pig stayed
home and got shot
CURRAN BODY EYES "INTOLER-
Members of the Curran committee
that investigated charity will sit in at
the performance of "Intolerance" at
the Colonial -theater tonight D. W.
Griffith worked portions of "Intoler
ance" around the reports of the com
NEW YORK STOCK. General
list up. Trading active.
Showers probably turning to snow
flurries this afternoon; unsettled and
colder tonight, with lowest tempera
ture below freezing; fair Saturday
and Sunday; rising temperature
Sunday; fresh to strong northwest
winds, diminishing Saturday. Tem
perature Thurs,:. High, 64i low, 43!