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TWO CENTS THE DATf BOOK TWO CENTS
ON TO THE COURTS!
Court action will undoubtedly be
resorted to for a settlement of sev
eral questions Jhat have risen in the
school board controversy.
Which board should be in power?
Did the mayor really adjourn the
council or was the action of the al
dermen in electing another chairman
If the new board is ousted and the
Loeb board put in instead will the
election of business and department
heads by the Thompson board be up
held? Did the mayor commit malfeas
ance of office when he gaveled
through an ajournment?
Has the administration the right
to put policemen in the board
DOVE OF PEACE PERCHES ON
SCHOOL BD. DOOR, AT LEAST
FOR A SHORT TIME
Members of the new school board
arrived at their rooms in the Tribune
building at 10:30 a. m. and went into
secret conference with the new
president, Edwin Davis.
At the same time Former Sec'y
Larson and other deposed members
of the old board arrived and entered
the board room without any opposi
tion from the heavy police guard.
Just previously the new board had
intimated that the deposed members
would be permitted to attend the
meeting scheduled for 11 o'clock, "as
a courtesy." No seats were provided8
for them, as all chairs except those
required for the 11 members of the
present board were removed to dis
Manufacturers and Importers' As
sociation of America holds annual
merchandise exhibition at Palmer
house, Aug, 6 to 11,
THE KIDS ARE OUT OF IT
By Jim Manee
With the school muddle on,
And all things in a mess,
The outcome of which
Is a haphazard guess;
With the word-slinging war
In the fight of the year,
It's perhaps just as well
That vacation is here.
P. S. Maybe by the time the
school kids get back to their studies
feme sort of a settlement as tohow
tney are going to be governed will be
made. And then again perhaps not.
Metal aid Machinery Workers' Ind.
anion No. 300 meets at 1001 W. Mad
ison, 8 p. m.
Outdoor club meets at Wolf Lake.
IJe at 63d and South Park av. be
tween 11 and 12 a. m.
; Mrs. Daisy Barr lectures under the
auspices of Chicago Dry Fed. at Hib
bard school, Sawyer and Spaulding
a,vs., 3 p. nr. Subject: "The Blood
HEY, BOYS! WANT A JOB?
The Day Book has afternoon work
fir 14-year-old boys. Call at Day
ook office, 500 S. Peoria st, before
i&NEW YORK STOCKS Close
strong. Trading active.
Thundershowers this afternoon
and probably tonight; Sunday fair,
with moderate temperature; variable
winds, with squails becoming moder
ate westerly tonight and Sunday,
Fijdajtf temp.: High, 64; low, 57A