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THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper,
Daily Excepf Sunday
Dr. Cobb, U. S. Health Service,
lectures 8 tonight, Hobo College, 917
W. Washington blvd.: "What Life
Means to Me."
Comm'r of Immigration Fred C.
Howe lectures Garrick theater, 2:30
p. m., Sun., auspices Workers' uni
versity and Nat'l Public Ownership
league: "Standing at the Gate of
Ellis Island, the Incoming Immi
grant." Miss Dale Winter will sing.
Universalist Church of the Re
deemer, Robey and Warren av., Rev.
irea a. Moore, speaks, 10:45 a. m.,
tun.: -your God and Mine."
West Side Peoples' Forum, Robey
and Warren av., 7:45 p. m., Sun., Dr.
S. S. Marquis, Detroit speaks: "The
Ford Profit-Sharing Plan."
South Side Peoples' Forum, Lin
coln Center, Oakwood blvd. and
Langley, Sun., 4 p. m., Dr. S. S. Mar
quis, Detroit, will discuss Ford's
Dr. Alex J. Mclvor-Tyndall speaks,
210 Masonic Temple, Sun., 11 a, m.;
"What Shall Society Do With the
Northwest Side Public Speaking
club meets Sun., 2:30 p. m., women's
clubroom, West Park No. 1.
Dr. Woelfkin, New York, speaks
Sun. Evening club, Orchestra hall,
Sun., 8 p. m.
Besant hall Theosophical meeting,
116 S. Michigan av., Sun., 3:30 p. m.,
Miss Julia K. Sommer speaks: "Good
Famous Russian monk and priest,
iliodor Trufanofe, will lecture on
"The Hidden Truth About Rasputin
and thef Czar's Court," Bowen hall,
Hull House, Sun., 2 p. m.
Musical Tea will be given as bene
fit to Choir Boys' outing fund, au
spices St. Paul's church, at Parish,
house, 50th and Dorchester av.,
Mon., 4 p. m.
The Chicago Salon will hold a ses
sion in Fraternity halls, 19 W. Adams
st, Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Dr. Ricardo Moreno will preside. The
salon will discuss "Freedom and
Debate between H. Percy Ward
and Rev. Irwin St. John Tucker on
"Is it Reasonable to Pray?" 11
o'clock, Sunday, Corinthian hall, Ma
Comm'f of Immigration Howe will
address banquet for his reception,
Kimball cafe, 116 W. Monroe, Mon.,v
6:30 p. m., auspices Nat'l Public
Ownership league. Will talk on
"Public Ownership m America and
WHY THE DAY BOOK HAD NO
FIRST EDITION FRIDAY
The Day Book was unable to get
out its regular noon edition Friday
because of the gas explosion in the
West Side, "which shut off gas from
the main line which serves The Day
Book plant A hurried switch to an
other gas line enabled us to get out
the regular last edition.
New York. American liner St.
Louis did not sail for Liverpool at
noon today as scheduled.
Mostly cloudy tonight and Sunday,
probably light snow flurries; warmer
tonight, with lowest temperature
about'10 degrees above; colder Sun
day; moderate southerly winds,
shifting to northwest Sunday. Tem
perature Friday: High, 0; low, 6,
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