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TWO CENTS THE DAY BOOK TWO CENTS
Miscellaneous Hotel and Restaur
ant Employes ass'n, Local 874, A. F.
of L., meets at 115 W. Madison, 8 p.
m. Non-members invited.
Att'y C. E. Samuels speaks on
"Loan Shark Evil," Hobo college, 917
W. Washington blvd.
10th Ward Branch Socialist party
meets at 1371 Blue Island av.
City executive committee of'Y. P:
S. L. meets at Miss Smith's, 1310 N.
Western av., 7:30 p. m.
"Mystery of Russian Revolution"
subject of discussion before Work
ers' Inst, at West Side Auditorium,
Taylor and Racine av., 8 p. m.
International Bro. Workers' ass'n
gives vaudeville show, tonight, Hobo
college. Professional talent.
Executive committee of Public
Ownership league meets at 166 W.
Washington, 8 p. m.
Frank Comerford lectures before
Lawndale Civic center, Herzl school,
Lawndale av. and Douglas blvd., on
"The New Social Justice."
Amalgamated Meat Cutters and
Butcher Workers of N. A., Local 546,
meets at Franklin hall, 19 W. Adams,
8 p. m.
City Club of Chicago, luncheon.,
"The Significance and Probable Ef
fects of the Revolution in Russia,"
by Mr. Victor Yarros.
LAWNS CAN DRINK, BUT POOR
PEOPLE ARE STUNG. ,
Aid. Utpatel and Rodriguez, back
ing an order to the chief of police
asking for enforcement of the water
ordinances this summer, declared
that while the property owners are
sprinkling their lawns in the silk
stocking wards, out in their district
people on the second and third floors
cannot get water tq drink from their
fauceta because pressure is sq low.
SKINS AND ALL
By Jim Manee
Economists claim that we good peo
pie waste '
A good part of spuds in the paring.
'Tis plain they dont know, as all
their claims show,
Just how common people are far
ing. Today, if you please, with cost in the
Waste is not one of our sins.
We eat a potate and, allow us to
We, also, are eating the skins.
P. S. Pity the family cat these
days. If he used to get what was
left, what does he get nowadays?
TRIB PRESSMAN KILLED NO
MENTION IN THE PAPERS
What is news at the Trib?
Ben Sheinberg, 30 years old, a
pressman workir for the Chicago
Tribune, died lasi. night on the way
to the West Side hospital after his
skull was crushed open when he fell
into a Tribune press.
Sheinberg leaned over the press
and in instrument known as a con
veyer struck him a smashing blow on
the forehead. Before the press could
be stopped he was fatally crushed.
The body was removed to his hom3
at 1310 W. Washington blvd. one
of the papers printed a word about
Washington. Heads of practically
every important telegraph " or tele
phone company has signified to the
government a willingness to thor
oughly co-operate in event of war.
Partly cloudy today and tomorrow.
Not much change in temperature.
Moderate, variable winds,