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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 07, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 32',
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TWO CENTS THE DAY BOOK TWO CENTS
Painters' Local Union No. 194
holds special meeting to vote -on the
Campaign to re-elect Aid. John C.
Kennedy, Socialist, to council opens
tonight at Avondale school, Welling
ton and Sawyer avs
Traction, gas, Commonwealth Ed
ison and Chicago Telephone Co. will
be discussed by Aid. John C. Kenne
dy tonight at Avondale school, Saw
yer and Wellington sts. Aid. Rodri
guez, Adolph Germer, Wm. Gubbins
are other speakers.
Mary O'Reilly teaches English
.composition at Hobo college, 917 W.
Washington blvd., 8 p. m.
Protest meeting against high cost
of living, Weyer's hall, Rockwell and
Milwaukee av., 2:15 p. m. Adolph
Germer and Walter Huggins speak.
Aug. Schiermeyer, hobo poet, lec
tures on "Plutocracy" at Hobo Col
lege, 917 W. Washington blvd., 8 p.m.
N. W. SIDE COMMERCIAL ASS'N
At meeting of Northwest Side
Commercial ass'n following officers
were elected to serve for 1917c John
S. Edwards, pres.; Jens C. Hansen,
1st vice; Soren T. Corydon, 2d vice;
Simon Klee, 3d vice; Jos. R. Noel,
treas.; Tomaz F. Deuther, sec'y;
John M. Williams, ass't sec'y.
The above with the following
members constitute the executive
committee: Roland Wilcox, Fred Pis
chel, F. E. Lackowaki, Chas. C. Brey
er, W. A. Wiebolt, Alfred Frerk, F.'W.
Meier, A. J. Kowalski, Jr., Ottb
Schulz and Herman Hoelscher.
Monroe, Wis. 17 officials of Mon
roe and Green county sent telegram
to Senator LaFollette endorsing his
attitude toward "armed neutrality"
ALAS! POOR FIDO!
By Jim Manee
Oh where, oh where has my little dog
That song made a hit in its dayft
With his tail cut short and his ear
There's many a dog passed away.
Now the secret is out and it's going
You hear it all over the street.
The dear little pup is much cut up, !
, And now he is selling for meat. '
P. S. If you ever bite into a piece
of leather, that's Fido's muzzle.
PROCHOWSKI PLEADS GUILTY
Adam Prochowski, "gold coast
burglar," today pleaded guilty . to
charges in four indictments involv
ing the robbery of Lake Shore drive
homes. His sentence is from five to
twenty years in the penitentiary. He
made no statement to Judge Kersten
other than to admit his guilt. Artie
Quinn, son of Jas. A. Quinn, is ac
cused of being a member of Pro
Biloxi, Miss. Thomas Collins,
local blacksmith, forged a 40-pouna
iron cross and sent it to Senator Jas.
K. Vardaman with inscription: "Lest
the kaiser forget."
New York. Demand or removal
of Senator Stone from chairmanship
of senate foreign relations commit
tee made by National Defense so
ciety. WEATHER5" FORECAST3
Unsettled weather tonight and
Thursday, with probably rain to
night, turning to snow flurries; cold
er; lowest temperature tonight near
freezing point; strong southwest,
shifting to northwest winds. Tem
perature Tuesday: High 47j Iow4 4Q