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THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper,
Daily Except Sunday
By Jim Manee
This -town of wind and dirtiness,
This place of crime and graft,
Is being probed on all its sides,
Also before and aft
There's many operations on,
With Maclay Hoyne the doc.
Oh, when will old Chicago e'er
Recover from the shock?
We're gettfng lots of inside looks,
This probe will much "eplight" us.
Our town is sjck in bed; it's got i
A bad case 'of "graftitis."
P. S. It appears that the folks
who have given the town the disease
are going to have to pay the cfoctor
LANSING HAS ALLIES' REPLY
TO WILSON NOTE
Washington, Jan. 11. The allies
reply to Pres. Wilson's note has been
decided and is in the hands of 'Sec'y
of State Lansing.
Sec'y Lansing expected to give
out the note some time this after
noon for morning publication. In the
meantime he declined to give any
inkling as to its contents.
BITS OF NEWS
Fire caused by gas explosion' irr the
basement routed tenants of 'three
story bldg. at 62J Buckingham pL
Ben Saltzman, grocer, 126 E. '3th;
Nick Barron, bartender, 2500 S. Wa
bash, and Mrs. Julius selnbracher,
2620 W. 22d, robbed by boy bandits.
NEW YORK STOCKS. Price
changes slight. Market waited for
Dan H. Wallace will lecture, 8 to
night at Hobo college, on his experi
ences as a soldier in France for one
and one-half years.
Katherine M. Porter, 111. Equal
Suffrage ass'n, and Margaret Haley
will address meeting of 26th Ward
111. Women's Democratic league at
Monson's hall, Lincoln and Montrose
avs., Friday evening.
Francis Neilson, M. P., London, will
speak at Single Tax club, Willard
hall, 159 W. Monroe, 8 p. m., Fit
Clarence Darrow will preside.
J. Frank Pickering will lecture,
"The Cliff Dwellers of Ancient Amer
ica and the Indians of the' Great
Southwest," under auspices of Lawn
dale 'Civic Center at Herz school,
Fit, 7:30 p. m. '
Washington Park Forum, 51st st.
near Grand blvd.t Fit, 8 p. m., discus
sion, "The Mutual Credit System,"
by Alfred B. Westrup1.
Friday, 8 p. m., John Loughman
and James Allman will debate on
'"Pessimis'm vs. Optimism," at Hobo
college, 917 W. Washington blvd.
North Side People's Forum opens
Sat. night at Lane Technical high
school, Sedgwick and Division. An
dre Cridan talks on "Present Prob
lems in Mexico."
John Broderick, 49, found dead at
rear of 1715 Hastings. Exposure.
Fair tonight and probably Friday;
lowest temperature tonight about
degrees; Warmer Friday; winds be
coming, strong southwest Frfday.
Temperature Wednesday: High, 31 j
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