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SURVIVORS OF TORPEDOED LACONIA
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.,
Korassan drill team of Chicago
hold annual ball, Auditorium hotel.
International Molders' union- of
N. A., local 239, meets at 201 S. Hal
sted, S 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.