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TWO CENTS THE DAY BOOK TWO CENTS
Chicago Newsboys' union meets at
180 W. Washington, 8 p. m. - -.
Chicago Rationalist ass'n meets
at Besant hall, 116 S. Michigan av.,
8 p.m. Subject: "The Latin Touch
in Francisco Sanchez," by Father
City Club of Chicago luncheon at
11:30 a. m. C. W. Holman, sec'y of
Nat'l Agricultural society, speaks on
"The Federal Farm.Loan Act and Its
relation to the American Land Ques
tion." Esther Falkenstein Settlement
Woman's club home reunion at 1917
N. Richmond, 8 p. m.
Ceo. Emanuel of Herald lectures
on "Two Hobo Poets" at Hobo col
lege, 917 W. Washington blvd., 8 p.m.
28th Ward Women's social and
bunco party at Rockwell hall, Mil
waukee av. and Rockwell, 2 p. m.
ILLINOIS CAN'T GO DRY FOR
AT LEAST TWO YEARS
Springfield, March 29. Statewide
prohibition will not be an issue in Illi
nois elections for at least two years.
By 80 to 67 vote the house late
yesterday voted against submitting
the prohibition question to a referen
dum at the November, 1918, election.
No further action toward a referen
dum will now be possible before the
meeting of the 1919 legislature.
It was a straight wet and dry vote.
Three minor dry measures, the resi
dence district bill, bill limiting ship
ment of liquor into dry territory, and
bill creating dry zone around state
epileptic colony at Dixon weer also
W. S. Denham, wealthy farmer of
Hopkins, 111., committed suicide in
rooming house at 710 N. Clark. Bus
By Jim Manee
The days are growing closer
When your garden will show signs
Of budding bits of foodstuffs
And climbing flower vines.
You'll saunter out to sprinkle
All the growing little rows;
And you'll find the water merely ,
Dribbles from your garden hose.
P. S. Complaints from all over
town say more water pressure is
needed in Chicago.
KICKS ON S. CHICAGO MARKET
On a $30,000 piece of property at
91st and Calumet river a $25,000
market was erected in 1915 through,
influence of labor organizations and
social workers of the district.
With a population of 100,000 with
in less than a mile and rail and wa
ter connections, this structure stands
'It is remaining idle and the city
has not established a municipal mar
ket there because the labor organiza
tions, the women's clubs and the em
ployes of the great industries out
there are less influential with the
city officials than the grocers, butch
ers and produce men," Alderman
James Lawley, chairman of commis
sion which recommended building
market, said yesterday.
There is real need for the public
market in South Chicago. It is a
home of working people.
Mayor Thompson subpoenaed to
appear in court and explain why he
refused Edw. Odell license to run sa
loon at 1364 W. Madison.
Generally fair today and tomor
row. Cooler today. Fresh northwest
I winds, becoming variable.