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TWO CENTS THE DAY BOOK TWO CENTS
Address by George F. Barber,
scheduled for today at City club, can
celled. Speaker is unable to be pres
ent. Musicale for benefit of outing fund
of St. Paul's church choir boys given
at Parish house, 50th and Dorchester
av., 4 p. m. Artists: Mable Corlew
Smidt, soprano; Clarence Eidam,
pianist; Hans Hess, cellist
Maurice M. Witherspoon lectures
on "Industrial Pennsylvania" at
Stanford Park, Union av. and 14th
pi., 8 p. m.
Oliver J. Cook speaks on "The
Sante Fe Terminal" before Municipal
Market ass'n at Garfield Park refec
tory, 2:30 p. m.
WAR RIOTS DISTURB SUNDAY
PEACE OF ARGENTINA
Buenos Aires, April 16. Argentina
seethed with war and anti-war dem
Buenos Aires pacifists, in well-organized
group, had pitched battle
with pro-war advocates and won.
Peace advocates planning monster
demonstration for late this afternoon
under leadership of Former Minister
of Foreign Affairs Zedballos.
Practically all Argentine provinces
reported disturbances on Sunday.
Police dealing impartially with dem
onstrations. Survey of damage done to German
property indicated there must have
been some lives lost
Damaged buildings included 'Ger
man club, Kaiserhof hotel, German
legation, German consulate and of
fices of German newspapers. Under
stood Germany will demand repara
tion, Argentine Socialists today adopted
resolutions urging peace
Rio De Janeiro. Brazilian federa
tion of labor adopted resolutions urg
By Jim Manee.
Let's don't be shirkers, men;
Let's do our share.
Make all the wide world know
America is THERE!
Back up your president,
Jack up your nerves;
Let's stand UNITED, men;
That, he deserves!
P. S. The country will please
stand up and sing: "Let's All' Be
Chicago police hunting 15 missing
Lake navigation opened yesterday,
but no boats sailed.
4,000 children heard Chicago band
concert in Harrison technical high
Dye house teamsters threaten
strike. Want ?20 a week and 5 per
State Sen. John M. Powell and
Harry Martini, accused by young
girls, still at large.
Chicago Federation of Labor an-
nounced they would disapprove all 4
Jas. McChesney, broker, 862 Sher
idan road, hurt after auto injured,
Daniel Sullivan, 56, 4243 Kenmore.
Increasing cloudiness, followed by
rain or snow today and tomorrow.
Continued cold. Increasing east to
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