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TWO CENTS THE DAY BOOK TWO CENTS
Prof. H. S. Mohley lectures tonight
at Jewish Educational Alliance on
"The Progress and Development of
Modern Agriculture in the United
States and Its Relation to National
Jewish Educational Alliance opened
branch of Chicago Public library.
Chicago Waiters' ass'n, Local No.
7, ladies' night, in clubrooms, 115 W.
Madison. Dancing and refreshments.
Herzl Community Center concert
arranged by Chicago Symphony
trio at Herzl school, 8 p. m. Admis
sion 10 cents.
Strap hangers' mass meeting to
discuss "Needs of Extension West of
Ravenswood Elevated Railway," at
Haugan school, Hamlin and- Wilson
avs., 8 p. m.
City Club of Chicago luncheon.
"The Pending Referendum Prohibi
tion Bill Should Not Pass," by Chas.
A. Windle, editor The Iconoclast.
Anderson 32d Ward Labor club
smoker at 8 p. m., Carpenter's hall,
6416 S. Halsted.
Chas. R. Young, member of board
of education, speaks on "Facts About
Our Public Schools," at 8 p. m., Lin
coln Turner hall, Sheffield ay. and
Diversey pkwy. Welcome.
Esther Falkenstein Settlement
Woman's club bunco party at settle
ment, 1917 Richmond, 2 p. m.
Harriet Vittum speaks at open
meeting of 18th ward branch of the
Woman's City club at Lewis institute,
Madison and Robey, 8 p. m.
Englewood Y. P. S. L. educational'
meeting, 5824 Aberdeen.
Hen. David R. Forgan, pres. of Na
tional City bank, speaks at Press
Club of Chicago noonday luncheon
on "The Federal Reserve Bank Sys
tem." 27th ward mass meeting at Reilly
School LaiBciaJg ay. am School, 8
p. m. Aid. John C. Kennedy and
By Jim Manee
With lightning, rain, thunder and
Say what are we coming to, folks?
When all of them come, in one night,
Is it one of the weather man's
One minute it's springtime and then
it is fall,
Our heavens have sure gone amiss.
A guy can't guess at conditions at
what sort of weather is this?
P. S. We'll sure appreciate it
when we finally land safely "In the
Good Old Summer Time."
CHICAGO MEN GET STRIKE
ORDER LAY RANS
Representatives of flR four rail
way brotherhoods in Chicago have
received their strike instructions
from Cleveland. Plans for a com
plete paralysis of all roads have been
completed The men are ready to act
at a moment's notice.
Crews necessary for the operation
of passenger, milk, mail and express
trains are to b eallowed to work for
five days after the others go out. This
is to allow such traffic to adjust it
self to strike conditions.
The railroad bosses have been
scouring the country for strikebreak
ers, but can get hardly any with suf
ficient skill to operate a train. .They
admit they are in a bad shape to cope
with the strike. A speedy settlement
is looked for.
Unsettled, followed by fair. Cold
er today. Tomorrow fair. Westerly