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TWO CENTS THE DAY BOOK TWO CENTS
Wallace A. A. will hola -annual
spring dance at Celtic Dancing Acad
emy, 61st and Cottage Grove, 8 p. m.
Woman's City club, 13th ward
branch, Garfield park refectory,
Boys' Clean Life club, 2:30 p. m. Mu
nicipal concert, 3:30 p. m. Social
afternoon at clubrooms, Mon., 2 p. m.
Universalist Church of Redeemer,
Robey and Warren av., Fred A.
Moore, minister, "Above the War,"
10:45 a. m.
Edwin B. Beckwith speaks on "Sci
entific Evidence of Subtler Worlds"
at Theosophy meeting, Besant hall,
116 S. Michigan av., 3:30 p. m.
Excelsior Literary and Social club
and N. W. Public Speaking club de
bate on "Resolved, That Illinois Shall
Be Dry in 1918," at Eckhart park as
sembly room, Chicago av. and Noble,
S p. m.
Prof. Donald McQueen lectures at
Marquette hall, 6654 S. Halsted, 2:30
p. m. Subject: "Biggest Scrap in
Society of Anthropology meets at
Corinthian hall, Masonic Temple,
"Women, Love and Marriage," by
W. W. Summers.
Workers' Inst. Educational league,
1006 S. Ashland blvd., 7:30 p. m. Sub
ject: "Nationalism," by Swinsky and
Hippolyte Havel, editor Social
War, speaks on "Militant Labor's
Day, May 1," at Dill Pickle Forum,
12 Tooker pi., 8 p. m.
J. Epinoff, Russian lecturer, speaks
on "The General Conditions in Rus
sia," as 1371 Blue Lsland av., 2 p. m.
"The Influence of the Catholic
Church on Marriage and Divorce," by
H. Percy Ward, Corinthian hall, Ma
sonic Temple, 11 a. m.
Roland Brownlee, 16, Evanston,
missing. May have enlisted.
M PRONOUNCE YOU, ETC."
By Jim Manee
This marrying game is a right funny
If you'll stop to figure it down.
The bride at the time she is getting
Has two girls to hold up her gown.
But the gent in the case comes
straight down the aisle,
He's shy as to any kind lenders
Of help in regard to holding his
- That's left to a pair of suspenders.
P. S. The less said the better.
BOY WHO KILLED SELF WAS
INNOCENT INQUEST SHOWS
Randolph Beresford was innocent
when he committed suicide rather
than face the charges of a Philadel
phia girl, it developed yesterday at
the inquest over his body.
Mrs. M. E. Braunagel, mother of
the girl, is said to have admitted last
night that a mistake was made when
she accused Beresford of wronging
her daughter and demanded tfiat he
marry her or they would expose him
to his father.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wiswell, 520
E. 41st, and three children, saved
from probable asphyxiation when
Hazel Barrett, 7251 Bond av., found
Policeman Geo. McClellan and,
Frank Verhoven, who were in saloon jfc,
after hours, near spot where Meda
Yerion was murdered, fired frbm the
force. Policeman Michael Winn fined
15 days' pay.
Unsettled and continued cold to
day and tomorrow, probably rain.
Fresh east to northeast winds,