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TWO CENTS THE DAY BOOK TWO CENTS
Junior Socialist Labor . league
meets at Hull House lecture hall, S00
S Halsted, 7:30 p. m. Jacob Bobin
ky speaks on "The Need of a Ju
nior Socialist Labor League." ,
Richard T. Greener speaks on "The
Ultimate Criminal" at Corinthian
hall, Masonic Temple, 2:30 p. m., au
spiceg Society of Anthropology.
Jun&r Socialist league marches
wftfc .ty&rters' Jnst from West Side
auditrMb,tt new Workers' Inst, 10
'. m. "?, BfBvinsky lectures at 5:30
ij. m. iSflbjuct: "Difference Between
fhe SoCMfet party and Socialist La
American Auxiliary meets Inde
pendence clutgiouse, 3905 W. 12th, 3
Mr. Walter C. Greenleaf speaks on
"Cosmic BcMomics" at Thcosophy
meeting, .Beaant hall, 116 S. Michi
gan av., 3:30 p. m.
Untversaffet Church of Redeemer,
Robey and Warren av., Prof. Clar
ence Skinner of Tufts college speaks
at 1044S a. m.
Prof. Soott Nearing speaks on
''Leadership' and Democracy" ' at
West Side People's Forum, 7:45 p. m.
Prof. Scott Nearing and Arthur M.
Lewis debate on "Will Christianity
Save the World?" at Garrick theater,
30 p. m.
Thos. J. Hagerty speaks on Dr. Ri
zal's "Noli me Tangere" before the
American rostrum at Fraternity
bldg., Jefferson hall, 19 W. Adams, at
2:45 p. m.
Russian branch 593, I. W. W., gives
performance and dance at West Side.
auditorium, Taylor and Racine. En
tree 3 p. m. Dancing G-12 p. m. Ben
efit revolutionary movement in Rus
sia. Mass meeting in behalf of 74 im
prisoned workingmen at Everett,
Wash., at B. S. hall, Hirsch blvd. and
Fairfield, 2 p. m. Speakers in sev
International Bro, Workers' ass'n
gives vaudeville performance at He
bo college, 917 W. Washington blxd.,
8 p. m. Professional talent Q,
Judge A. E. Chamberlain speaks
before tho Municipal Market ass'n at
Garfield park refectory, " p. m.
Northwest Side Public Speaking
club meets in Woman's clubroom at
West Park No. 1, 2:30 p. m.
Woman's City club, 13th ward
branch meets at Garfield park refec
tory, 2:30 p. m. Boys Clean Life club.
At 3:30 p. m., municipal concert
SOMETHING TO CROW OVER
By Jim Manee.
Said -the proud little mother,
To her new little "rooster,"
You don't bother me
As muohjhas you "uster."
'Though I Sbut little,
I thrived nd thrived,
But I havendone that
Since you arrived.
P. S. It's a fright when you have
to pull a "Tom Duff' in order to get
a name for your kiddie.
BOMB AROUSES SLEEPERS
Five persons in the building occu
pied by the saloon of,Wm. Horn, 1669
W. 14th, were thrown from their beds
this morning when a bomb exploded
in the rear of the saloon. Horn, his
parents, brother and another man
were bruised. Horn lays the blame
at the door of political enemies.
Fair, with slowly rising tempera
ture tomorrow. Tomorrow increas
ing cloudiness. Moderate to fresh
north to northeast winds. '