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YOU'RE WELCOME AT THESE MEETINGS
15th Ward Socialist party and the
Northwest Side Y. P. L. 3d annual
campaign ball benefit fund to elect
J. Louis Engdahl to council, tonight,
Northwest hall, North and Western
avs. Admission, 25 cents.
Dr. A. L. Thomas lectures on "Len
ten Dietetics," 59 B. Van Buren,
room 338, 8:15 p. m.
Kane Players present four one-act
plays, direction Bernhardt J. Kane,
Pulaski park, Sat. and Sun. nights.
Dr. J. H. Greer lectures on "Dam
aged Goods or the Venereal Peril"
at Hobo College, 917 W. Washington
blvd., at 8 p. m.
Representatives of striking gar
ment workers speak at Douglas Park
Methodist church, 1330 S. Fairfield
av., 7:45 p. m.
Union Painters requested to attend
next regular meeting by order Paint
5rs' District Council 14. Vote on new
wage scale and agreement
Theosophy meeting, 3:30 p. m.,
Besant hall, 116 S. Mich. av. Sir Oli
ver Lodge's "Raymond," by Francis
G. Hanchett, LL. B.
Fellowship Circle Y. P. S. ! meets
at 7:30 p. m., Jewish Educational Al
liance, 1243 N. Wood. Welcome.
Mr. Jasper Darling addresses Na
tional Ship of State, Garfield Park
refectory, 3 p. m.
Northwest Side Public Speaking
club meeting, Women's clubroom,
West Park No. 1, 2:30 p. m.
N. Bucharin of Russia, Social
Democratic journalist and lecturer,
speaks in Russian before Russian
Branch Socialist party, West SIde
Auditorium, Taylor and Racine, at
2 p. m.
Arthur M. Lewis lectures on "The
Marvels of the Spectroscope," Gar
rick theater, 2:30 p. m.
South Side People's Forum, Lin
coln Center, Langley ay. and Oak-
wood blvd., 4 p. m., Chas. Zueblin of
Boston, "The United States Pace
Maker or Peace Maker."
Society of Anthropology, Corin
thian hall,. Masonic. Temple, 2:30,
p. m. Cairoli Gigliotti speaks o""'
"Imperfections of American Laws.'
West Side People's Forum, Robey
and Warren av., R. A. Feiss of Cleve
land speaks on "Personal Relation
ship in Business Administration,"
7:45 p. m.
10th Ward Socialist party central
campaign committee meets at Rod
nick hall, 1944 S. Racine av., 10 a. m.
Chicago Salon, Bismarck hotel, 3
p. m. "Primary Results," by W. F.
McGee and Richard Moreno.
Dr. Alexander J. Mclvor-Tyndall,
pres. International New Thought
Fellowship, speaks on "The World's
Great Problem; How Shall It Be
Solved?" Masonic Temple, hall 210,
11 a. m.
Anti-war meeting, Carpenters' hall,
6414 S. Halsted sL, 2:30 p. m. Adolph
Germer, national sec'y Socialist par
ty; Wm. E. Rodriguez, alderman 15th
ward; Pierce L. Anderson and others
War , protest meeting at Wicker
Park hall, North av. near Robey, at
2:30 p.jn. Speakers, Rob't H. Howe,
Ida L. Fursman, pres. Teachers' Fed
eration; Wm. E. Rodriguez, alder
man; E. Wernskjold and Chas. Kruze.
Two protest meetings in behalf of
74 imprisoned workers in Everett,
Wash. Wm. D. Haywood in English
and E. Mattson in Swedish speak at
Southland hall, Halsted and 59th, at
2 p. m. At Viking Temple, Schq
and Sheffield av., at 2:30 p. m., HaW
rison George Speaks in English and
Frithjof Werenshjold and Razmar
Johanson in Swedish.
Students' Congress affiliated with
Poale Zion, now called English
Speaking Poale Zion branch of Chi
cago, meets every Sun. at 7 p. nfe