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TWO CENTS THE DAY BOOK TWO CENTS
Daniel H. Wallace relates -war ex
periences at 1237 W. Madisbn, 8 p . m.
Chicago Cooks' and Pastry Cooks'
ass'n, Local 865, meets at 115 W.
Madison, 8 p. m. Speakers and re
32d Ward Socialists meet at 6414
S. Halsted, 8 p.m.
Mass meeting to celebrate victory
of Russian revolution at West Side
Auditorium, Taylor and Racine av.
Adolph Germer, nat'l sec'y of Social
ist party, speaks in English. Nich
olas Bucharin, social democratic lec
turer and journalist, speaks iri Rus
sian. City Club of Chicago luncheon at
11:30 a. m. Prof. Clark W. Hether
ington of Univ. of Wisconsin, speaks
on "Physical Preparedness and Uni
versal Military Training?" Speaking
at 1 p. m.
FRAUD PROBE GOES ON
State's Att'y Hoyne's inquiry into
vote frauds of 20th ward continued
today after arrest yesterday of six
men whom "Barney" Tract, Republi
can clerk of election, implicated in
a confession of the part he took in
crooked voting. Those under arrest
are: Al Brodie, 600 W. 14th, Demo
cratic judge of election; Abraham
Donovetsky, 1343 S. Jefferson, Re-"
publican judge; Michael Klein, 650
W. 14th, Democratic precinct cap
tain; Joseph London, 544 W. 14th,
Republican precinct captain; Oscar
Nenner, 646 W. 14th, Democratic
judge, and Herman Siegel, 536 W.
14th, Democratic clerk.
John Pietrie freed on charge of
stealing brass from St Paul railroad
when daughter plead for him.
Claude Adams, furniture dealer,
asked divorce on statutory growufe.
WOFF, WOFF, WOFF!
By Jim Manee
Alas and alack! They are going to
Of the co-eds at Northwestern "U".
They must get their sleep, with narry
a peep, .
After ten-thirty; what can they do?
The princes who call, and stand in
Are crushed, though they say they
They'll sing serenades to the
With their mandolins, dow)i in the
P. S. A few nights of said singing
and the college heads might change
the sleeping hours.
HOYNE DISBARMENT STORY OF
TRIBUNE FALLS FLAT
When he heard 'the story that the
dry forces were going to try to disbar
him, State's Att'y Hoyne telegraphed
back from Hot Springs,' Ark., that
"perhaps the mayor's official family
is getting nervous," intimating that
they were trying to offset prosecu
tion of some of the politicians who
figure in the Thompson-Lundin-Et-telson
No one in the City Hall or offices
of the drys could back up the Tri
bune's story yesterday that they
were going to try to oust Hoyne be
cause he didn't prosecute the Sun
Generally the explanation was
that yesterday was one of the quiet
est news days Chicago papers have
seen for months.
Partly cloudy today and tomorrow.
Not much change in temperature.
Moderate, variable winds.