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YOU'RE WELCOME AT THESE MEETINGS
Fifteenth annual prize mask ball
of Hair Spinners' union No. 10, 399,
A. F. of L., First Regiment armory,
16th and Michigan, tonight
Dr. E. E. Sonnanstine will lecture
on "The Truth of the Slave Traffic,"
illustrated by moving pictures and
slides, tonight at Hobo College, 917
W. Washington blvd.
War protest meeting at K. P. hall,
11037 Mich, av., Sun., 2:30 p. m. Ch.
Johnson and others will speak.
Universalist Church of Redeemer,
Robey and Warren av., Fred A.
Moore, minister, "The Challenge of
the War Situation to the Christian
Churches," Sun., 10:45 a. m.
Miss Gail Wilson will address Chi
cago Theosophical ass'n on "The
Soul's Vestures," Sun., 3:30 p. m.,
Besant hall, 116 S. Michigan.
Workers' University society meets
Sun., 2:30 p. m., Garrick theater.
Lecture: "Forty Minutes Among the
Glaciers," by Arthur M. Lewis.
"That the Welfare of Society De
mand a Materialistic Rather Than
an Idealistic Conception of Life" will
be debated by B. L. Kip'nis, affirma
tive, and S. P. Rudens, negative, be
fore Progressive preparatory school,
1637 W. 12th, Sun., 8 p. m.
Dr. J. H. Greer lectures on "Veney
real Peril," with stereopticon views,
at D. B. S. hall, Hirsch boul. and
Fairfield av., Sun., 3 p. m. Admission,
15c Men only.
Dr. Alexander J. Mclvor-Tyndall,
Sun., 210 Masonic Temple, 11 aj m.
Subject: "The Larger Vision What
the Soul Knows." Special musical
Herbert S. Bigelow of Cincinnati
will speak on "Strikes a Plain Talk
to Capital and Labor," before the
South Side People's Forum, Oak
wood boul. and Langley av., Sun., at
3 p. m.
I. B. W. A. dinner to hobos, Sun.,
J 2 noon, 917 Wash, blvd. Mary Gar
den's donation. Business meeting
at 3 p. m.
H. Percy lectures on "Will Chris
tianity Survive the World War?" 11
a. m., Sun., Corinthian hall, Masonic
Northwest Side Public Speaking ()
club meets Sun., Women's clubroom,
West Park No. 1, 2:30 p. m.
Aug. Schtermeyer, hobo poet, will
lecture on "Progress," Sun. eve., at
Hobo College, 917 W. Washington
Students' Anti-Military league
mass meeting, Sun., Hull House, at
2 p. m.
Woman's City club will give lunch
eon at Auditorium hotel, Mon., at 1
p. m. Dr. Edmund J. James, pres. of
U. of 111., and Dr. Edward H. Ochsner,
pres. of state board of charities, will
speak on "A Constructive Medical
Program for State." Luncheon 60
cents. Guests welcome.
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JOEL B. HUNTER MISQUOTED
Through a mistake in the report of
Capt "Easy" Steever's speech to the
Ass'n of Boys' Workers, published
yesterday in The Day Book, Joel B.
Hunter, chief probation officer of the
juvenile (jourt, was quoted as saying
there was a sentiment among the
parents of Chicago "against public
schools." Mr. Hunter in reality said
there was a sentiment against "mili
tary training in the public schools."
The error was unfortunate in view of
the fact that Hunter is one of the
strongest boosters and defenders of
the public school system.
The discovery of America cost a ,)
little more than $7,000. At least so w
say some documents that have just
been found in the archives of Genoa.
These documents give the value of
Columbus' fleet as $3,000. The great
admiral was paid a salary of $300 a.