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THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper,
Daily Except Sunday
THAT SCHOOL KID
By Jim Manee
Tisfunny how a hoy lines'up
When he's attending school,
To learn his- A. B. C.'s and such,
A'so'the Golden Rule.
His mother always thinks that he's
Not trying and won't pass,
Yet teacher knows that he's the
"Trying" in the class.
P. S. Trying and being trying are
both in a class by themselves.
' Dr. G. S'eastrand will lecture at
Workers' Institute, 920 S. Ashland
av., at 8 p. m., tonigllt on "Sex."
Dr. Samuel Cohon of Zion Temple
speaks before Lawndale Civic Center
tonight at Theodore Herzl school,
Douglas blvd. and Lawndale ay.,
18th Ward Civic league meets at
422 S. Hoyne, Thure., 8 p. m. A.
Bowers, immigration sec'y of Y. M.
C. A. speaks on "Boys' Clubs."
Liberty Hall Players meet Thurs.
night, Liberty hall, 2941 Indiana av.
All Interested in revolutionary drama
Esther Falkenstein Settlement
Wpman's club meets Thurs., 2 p. m.,
at settlement, 1917 N. Richmond.
Social dancing at Stanford park
every Thursday night, 8 p. m.
Jewish Educational Alliance to give
a County Fair, Jan.- 13 to 21, in
clusive, at 1243 N. Wood sL Every
body jLnvited. '
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WOMAN SUFFRAGISTS PICKET
WHITE HOUSE GROUNDS
Washington, Jan. 10. Carrying
their fight for suffrage to the gates
of the White House, twelve Congres
sional Union women pickets tooku
their positions at the east and west,
entrances to the mansion grounds
at 10 o'clock.
At 10:30 President Wilson re
turned from his morning golf game
and ran the gauntlet at the west
sate- . - A
The suffragists were so surprised
.they did not recognize the White
House car until after the president
Notified of the action of the worn-,
en, the police dep't sent police to
the scene to guard against law vio
The suffragettes have orders to
keep silent and stand with their
backs to the fence, so that all pas
sersby can see the yellow banner on
which is inscribed in black: "Mr
President, What Will You .Do for1
o o "
Luther D. Bradley, famous car;"
toonist of The Daily News, died sud
denly at his home in Wilmette. Heart
NEW YORK STOCKS. Bethle
hem dawn. Foreign bonds lower.
General list irregular.
Clearing and much colder tonight,
with a cold wave; lowest temperature
about 10 degrees. Thursday fair and
continued cold; fresh northwest
winds. Temperature Tuesday: High,
I 45; low, 31.
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