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SURVIVORS OF TORPEDOED LACONIA
1 All. -W-
First picture to arrive in this country shoving survivors of the Cunard
liner Laconia, which was sunk by a German submarine. The picture shows
the survivors on their arrival at London after their nerveracking adven
tures on the ocean in lifeboats. -Several Americans, among them Mr. Mary
Hoyt and her daughter Elizabeth of Chicago lost their lives in the disaster.
. 26th Ward Branch Socialist party
reception and dance at Munson's
hall, Montrose and Lincoln avs.,
8 p. m.
Korassan drill team of Chicago
hold annual ball, Auditorium hotel.
International Molders' union of
N. A., local 239, meets at 201 S. Hal
Bted, 8 p. m.
Mr. Babinsky lectures at Junior
Socialist league to young boys and
girls at 810 Ashland av., 6:30 p. m.
32d Ward Socialist party 3d annual
dance at Carpenters' Hall, 6414 S.
75th anniversary of Logan Square
church, Sawyer and Wrightwood
avs., supper and musical program,
5:30 to 9 p. m.
All garment workers employed in
dress, kimona and white good work
ers' union are called to attend meet
ing. Sat, 1 p. m... 1579 Milwaukee av,