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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 06, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 32',
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TWQ CENTS THE DAY BOOK TWO CENTS
Candy workers, men, women and
girls, meet at Hodcarriers' hall at
7:30 p. m. Mother Jones, John Fitz
patrick and others will speak. Sev
eral speeches in foreign languages:
Machinists' union No. 208 holds a
special meeting at 8 p. m., 3142 S.
Dr. Wm. Russel Collins of New
York, national executive secretary,
speaks before Guardians of Liberty
on "Our Struggle for Freedom," at 8
p. m., Drill hall, Masonic Temple.
Illustrated lecture on "The King
dom of Denmark," by Mr. Francis W.
Peterson, 8 p. m., Stanford park,
Union av. and 14th pi. Free.
John Loughman speaks on "The
Force of Individuality," Hobo college,
917 W. Washington blvd.
Amalgamated Meat Cutters and
Butcher Workers affiliated with A. F.
of L. and C. F. L. meet at Franklin
hall, 19 W. Adams.
Public Ownership league executive
committeee meets 8 p. m., 166 W.
Chicago Society of Model Engi
neers' third annual exhibition of
models, tools, electrical apparatus,
etc, room 1210, North American
bldg., March 7, 8 and 9, from 7:30 to
10 p. m., and March 10 from 2 to 10
13th Ward Socialists meet at 2525
Wilcox. Coffee and cake served. Wel
Judge Chas. N. Coodnow speaks
before Lawndale Civic center 6n
"Marital Infelicity," Herzl school,
Douglas blvd. and Lawndale av., at
Mr. Oscar Blumentha! of Sinai So
cial center lectures on "Romance,
the Escape From Social Responsibil
ity," at Jewish Educational Alliance.
Womin's Citjiclub elm in citizen
ship every Wed. noon from 12:15 to
12:45, room 703, 116 S. Michigan av.
Everybody welcome. Coffee "and
sandwiches served by foods and mar
By Jim Manee
Enie, menie, minie, mo,
Get your shovel, rake and hoe.
Then put on your old clothes, Bo,
And out into your garden go.
Fertilize dear mother earth.
Plant a bunch of seeds.
Then sit back and gently watch
The growing of the weeds.
P. S. Ladies and gentlemen! !
speak from experience. Thank you!
Cincinnati, O. Four men report
ed missing following explosion in the
enameling department of branch
plant of Ford Motor Car Co.
Washington. Iowa workmen's
compensation law declared constitu
tional by supreme court.
St Paul, Minn. Minnesota senate
killed lower house bill to repeal legal
boxing in Minnesota.
Washington. Sen. Thos. S. Mar
tin, Virginia, succeeds ex-Senator
Kern, Indiana, as Democratic floor
leader. Martin chosen chairman of
NEW YORK STOCKS. Market
active. Prices slightly up.
Increasing cloudiness, with proba
bly rain late tonight and Wednesday;
warmer tonight, considerably above
freezing; colder Wednesday after
noon; fresh to strong south winds to
night, shifting to westerly Wednes
day. Temperature Monday: High,
25; low, 23, - -