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THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper,
Daity Except Sunday
Mary O'Reilly will speak at 917 W.
Washington tonight on "English."
Young Men's Federated Jewish
Charities of Chicago will hold
monthly meet tonight, Douglas Park
auditorium, Kedzie and Ogden avs.
Speakers. Young men throughout
Regular meet of 34th ward branch
of Socialist party will be held to
night at Lawndale hall. M. Aron will
speak on "Municipal Pharmacies and
Mr. Anthony Czarnecki will speak
before Lawndale Civic Center to
night at- 8 p. m. at Theodore Herzl
schoo, Douglas blvd. and Lawndale
av. on "Poland and the War."
32d ward Socialists meet tonight
at 7228 Vincennes av.
Englewood Y. P. S. L. meets
Thurs. eve. at 5824 Aberdeen.
JURY O. K.s PRAYER
Jury in Judge David's court award
ed Mrs. Prances Mitchell $2,000 dam
ages against Chi. Surface Lines. The
company's attorney failed in attempt
to convince jury Mrs. Mitchell did not
exercise reasonable care of injury
when she used prayer instead of a
plaster cast to cure it
Col. John Lambert, Joliet steel mil
lionaire, dropped blackmail charges
against Rodger Cornell, who agreed
not to prosecute $200,000 love suit '
Mrs. Kate Ivenjak, nurse, robbed of
$25 and left unconscious in lot at
120th st and Lowe av.
Jury completed yesterday for trial
of Nick Moga, gardener for Saddle
and Cycle club, who nit Win. Ulrey,
15, with shears, killing hjn.
HIGH COST HICCOUGHS
Who Played This Dirty Trick
on the Public?
By Jim Manee
The High Cost of Living sat on a
Giving the public a pain.
We all sit around as we wait for
But it seems that we're waiting in
For all of our plans and all of our
Are talked about freely, and then,
In spite of our- fret, it seems we can't
The H. C. of L. down again.
P. S. Why not follow out the idea
of actions speak louder than words?
Japan will figure in peace confer
ence, declared Prof. Albert Bushnell
Hart of Harvard at Union League
John Miller, Buffalo, ordered to
pay $2.50 a week for support of son,
NEW YORK. STOCKS. General
trend upward in feverish market
War issues strengthened on imnrn-
bability of immediate peace.
Fair tonight and Thursday, becom
ing unsettled again Thursday night;
much colder tonight, with lowest
temperature about 5; moderate -northwest
winds, becoming variable.
Temperature Tuesday: "Highest, 28;