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class sergeants and 1 patrol sergeant
were appointed by Chief Gleason in
the long anticipated police shake-up.
Two new police districts were also
Following are captains and lieu
tenants appointed and the stations to
which they were assigned:
Captains Thos. Costello to West
Lake street; Matthew Zimmer to Fill
more; Thomas. P. Cronin, relief duty
at South Clark street, and W. P.
O'Brien to Kensington.
Lieutenants James P. Allman,
Twenty-second street; Luke J. Gar
rick, Desplaines street; Charles K.
Herts, South Clark' street; Michael
Golden, Englewood; John Martin,
Fillmore street; Charles E. Burns,
Lawndale;- Joseph J. Dubach, traffic
squad; James J. McMahon, central
" JIMMY'S WAY
Willie (whispering) Say, Jimmy,
why don't you show tie teacher your
mumps, so that he will let you go
Jimmy No fear! I wants the
whole school to catch 'em, so as I can
have some of the fellers to play with!
TRIBUTE TO MAINE HEROES
Washington, Feb. 14. The nation
tomorrow will pay tribute to the men
who, sixteen years ago, went down in
Havana harbor with the ill-fated bat
tleship Maine. President Wilson, the
Cuban minister, members of the
army and navy committees of the
House and Senate, and survivors of
the disaster will attend impressive
ceremonies in Arlington cemetery.
TO PROPOSE TO WOMAN WHO
GIVES HIM MOST VOTES
"I will propose to the woman who
.brings me the most votes," said Earle
C.-Hales; Republican candidate for
alderman from the Thirty-first Ward,
today in opening his campaign.
Six feet tall, blue eyes, high fore
head, with black hair, Hales has
sounded the death knell of all the old
time political tricks of rolling up a
plurality, such as kissing babies,
handing out cigars; giving away tur
keys, etc., by offering himself in
matrimony. In announcing his can
didacy Hales said his ward was one
: of .homes and he intended to truly
represent it by founding a home of
UNEMPLOYED TO MEET
A mass meeting of the unemployed
will be held at Bowen Hall, Hull
House, Halsted and Polk streets,
Sunday morning, February 15, 10 a.
m. At 2 p. m. a meeting will be held
under the auspices of the I. B. W. A.
at their own hall, 1000 Lake street
At 8 p. m. an entertainment will be
given at the "Yavne Institute, 1113 S.
Winchester avenue, by the Jewish un
employed. o 6
Mix one cup. hbminy with 1 cup
thick white sauce and 2 tablespoons
grated cheese. When thoroughly
cold, shape into balls, roll in crumbs,
then in egg and then in crumbs. Fry
in deep fat. (To prepare egg for
rolling croquets, beat into it 1 table
spoon cold water.)
Sugar is found in the sap of nearly
200 plants and trees,