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TWO CENTS THE DAY BOOK TWO CENTS
Miscellaneous Hotel and Restaur
ant Employes' Union, Local 874,
meet a 115 W. Madison, 8 p. m.
Chambermaids, check-room girls
and parlor maids invited.
Parker Sercombe lectures on
"Community Efficiency" at Hobo col
lege, 017 W. Washington blvd., 8 p.m.
Mr. Ralph B. Hindman lectures on
"The State of New Jersey" at Stan
ford Park, Union av. and 14th pi, 8
Women's Co-operative league of
U. S. Employment and Immigration
service meets at 845 S. Wabash av,
3d floor, 10:30 a. m.
13th Ward Branch Girl's First Aid
class of Woman's City club meets at
John Marshall high school, 2:30 p.
m., 1st Ward Branch clubrooms,
"Xhe Practical Side of City Garden
ing," by Mr. Harrison Jones.
Painters' union, Local No. 521, to
hold special meeting, 8 p m., at 810
W. Harrison, to levy assessment for
brother sick 30 weeks.
Dr. Geo. Hickson of juvenile court
lectures at Hobo college, 8 p. m.
CITIZENS TO PAY DRILL COST
Cedar Grove, Wis., April 9. Citi
zens have arranged by subscription
to pay weekly expenses of men and
boys who wish to go to Sheboygan
to drill with Company C, W. N. G.
Stated that salaries will continue
throughout period of enlistment.
Fifteen recruits went to Sheboygan
Annie Swatek, 65, found with skull
fractured Jn her room, 851 N. May.
Police investigating report that she
had large sum of money hidden in
Garbage teamsters back on job today.
LET 'ER WAVE
By Jim Manee.
When the 4th of July blows around
You'll find every family a hunting
The old U. S. flag and a long strip or
Of the red, white and blue line of
They are hung out to flap and to
Every home is American true.
But this year, as for mine, I'll not
wait for that time;
I'll hang 'em out now! Why don't
P. S. Come on, folks, show your
KILLS OLD SWEETHEART ANF
SELF HUSBAND PRESENT
Paul Buzdor, Lorrain, O., today
shot and killed Mrs. Joseph Morwitz,
52, 123 E. 147th st, Harveyb III, aad
then killed himself. They had been
sweethearts. Mrs. Morwitz married
another two weeks ago. The double
killing occurred in b,er home. Her
husband was in the house and noti
fied the police.
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BAR WHEAT .GAMBLING "'
Minneapolis, April 9. War specu
lation will be strictly barred on the
Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce,
it was made known today. The ex
change notified Pres. Wilson that a
committee has been appointed to
consider means of checking such
speculation as might affect food
prices during the war.
Generally fair and somewhat
warmer tonight; Tuesday fair and
considerably warmer; moderate, va
riable winds, becoming southerly.