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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 04, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 12

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Church of the Redeemer, Robey
and Warren, Sun., 10:45 a. m. "Are
All Souls Worth Saving?" by Rev.
Fred A. Moore.
West Side People's Forum, Robey
and Warren, Sun., 7:45 p. m., "Old
Institutions and New Ideas," by Her
bert S. Bigelow.
Debate on birth control, hall 210,
Masonic Temple, Sun., 11 a. m. Dr.
Ben L. Reitman, positive; Dr. Mc-Ivor-Tyndall,
negative. .
Northwest Side Public Speaking
club will meet Sun., at Women's
club, 2:30 p. m.
Socialist mass meeting at Berwyn
Auditorium, Clarence and 12th, Sun.,
2 p. m. Speakers: Aid, Wm. Rodri
guez, Mrs. Bertha Patera, Leo Saltiel
and Frank V. StuchaL
Fellowship Circle, Y. P. S. L, will
meet at Jewish Educational' Alliance,
1313 Wood, Sun., 7:30 pT m. Class
in sociology.
Lecture on "The SeVen Wonders of
the Ego," by F. M. Wilkesbarre, at
20 W. Randolph, Sun., at 8 p. m. Al
len Steven, chairman.
Chicago Radicals will give enter
tainment this afternoon and evening,
Workers' inst", 920 Si AshlaUd blvd.,
to raise funds for five men on trial
for lives in San Francisco.
Socialist mass meeting, Schley
school, Oakley and Potomac av., 8
tonight Speakers: Cunnea, Sted
man, Rodriguez, Kennedy, in Eng
lish, and D. Aberson and Drs. Marcus
and Dolnick in Jewish. 7
Bishop C. D. Williams, Michigan
Methodist leader, will speak at pub
lic meeting of Sunday Evening club,
Sun., 8 p. m., Orchestra hall:
Elizabeth Gurley Flynn will ad
dress Joe Hill club, Iron Workers'
hall, Halsted and Van Buren; tonight
"If Cod Were a Woman," lecture
by H. Percy Ward, Sun., 11 a. m.,
Drill hall, Masonic Temple.
Unveiling of the monument to
Sam'l Baygood, will take pjace Sun.,
10:30 a. m., Waldheim Zion ceme
tery, Forest Park, grave 148, sec
tion B.
Debate: "Resolved, That Socialists
Should Vote for Pres. Wilson," Gar
rick theater, Sun., 2:30 p. m. Affirm
ative, Dr. Henry Frank, New York;
negative, Arthur M. Lewis.
"Please explain that to me again."
Joe Connery, county recorder,
asked a Day Book reporter to repeat
So the reporter said:
"The city council harbors ' com
mittee has ordered the city surveyor
to make borings in land adjoining
Lake Calumet By means of the dirt
brought up from these borings they
expect to determine whether the land
is natural and God-made or whether
it's artificial, fiHed-in land. This data
is then to be used in ascertaining
who owns title to the land."
"It sounds interesting," said Con
nery. "It looks like one more of those
tangles In Cook county real estate
which would not exist under proper
public organization of the title busi
ness of the country. As the Torrens
system is increased in use I believe
land title disputes will decrease in
number. In this case, which is a
dispute between the Pullman Co. and
the City of Chicago, wWcheverparty
loses is able to stand the loss. But
a title dispute where a workingman
has a citylot or a small suburban
farm taken away from him because
of clouded title is a serious matter.
That's where the Torrens system is
the friend of the little fellow who
wants an absolute cinch, an undis
puted title, to the larid he buys with
savings from his day wages."
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Louis Weilandt, Aurora,-sued for
divorce. Chased his wife out of bed,
she says.
Tax anticipation warrants for $1,
000,000 sold to four banks yesterday.
Judge Landis to hear bankruptcy
charges against New City Savings
bank Wednesday,

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