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TWO CENTS THE DAY BOOK TWO CENTS
Junior Socialist league concert
and dance, tonight, 8 p. m., 1603 W.
12th. Admission 10 cents.
Public Ownership league will elect
officers at Musicians' hall, 175 W.
Washington, 2 p. m.
N. Bucharin, Russian social-democratic
journalist and lecturer, speaks
in Russian on "Patriotism and the
Working Class," Progressive Prepar
atory school, Division and Hoyne av.,
7:30 p. m. Auspices Russian Branch
West Side People's forum, Robey
and Warren avs.; S. K. Ratcliffe of
England speaks on "England in Re
volution," 7:30 'p. m. Free.
Universalist Church of Redeemer,
Robey and Warren av., Fred A.
Moore, minister, "A Pathway of
Roses," 10:45 a. m.
South S'de People's forum, Lincoln
center, Oakwood blvd. and Langley
av., S. K Radcliffe speaks on "Eng
land in Revolution," 4 p. m.
Prof. George Burnam Foster de
bates with Clarence S. Barrow on "Is
Life Worth Living?" at Garrick the-,
aterat 2:30 p. m.
Dr. Zia M. Bagdacfi speaks before
Society of Anthropology, Corinthian
hall, Masonic Temple,' 2:30 p. m.
Subject: "The Bahai Relation and
Young People's Socialist league
officers' conference at NetherwOod
hall, Marshfield and Taylor, at 2:30
Newton Jenkins of Chicago Bar
ass'n- and Victor A. Olander, sec'y of
111. State F. of L., discuss "Govern
ment by Injunction" before Women's
Trade Union league, Schiller hall, 64
W. Randolph, 3:30 p. m. Free.
Henry Frank of New York city lec
tures before Chicago Fellowship
club, Recital hall, Fine Arts bldg.,
m & Mich av& S m. Sub
ject: "A New Religion for a New Civ
ilization." Chicago Rationalist ass'n an
nounces Dr. Henry speaks tonight,
instead of the 18th, and Clarence S.
Darrow lectures on 18th, instead of
Mr. J. McElroy has charge of mu
sical program at civic concert at Gar
field park refectory, 3 p. m. J. W.
Kingsley speaks on "Municipal Mar
kets." Mass meeting at Pilsen Audito
rium, 1657 Blue Island av., at 2:15 p.
m., to discuss real issue of 10th ward
Poale Zion Branch No. 6 meets at
Progressive Preparatory school, 1208
N. Hoyne av., 7 p.m.' ,
Hippolite Havel speaks on "Labor
Movement" at Union hall, 1001 W.
Madison, 7 p. m.
PULL 'EM UP!
By Jim Manee
Shined up shoes
And silken hose
Look fine, as any
Fellow knows. '
But when the socks,
Hang o'er the shoes
And show below your dress.
Say, honest girls,
It isn't right
Oh, shades of sloppiness!
P. S. And you can buy a pair for
Montpelier, Vt Lower houses
passes bill permitting women to vote
on most appropriations and all town
officers. Now goes to senate. "
Partly cloudy today. Warmer at
night. Tomorrow unsettled, with
probably showers and colder bv
night. Fresh, shifting winds.