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Campaign for election" of-Pierce L.
Anderson, Socialist, as alderman
from 32d ward opens, 7:30 p. m., to
night, Altgeldt school, 71st and
Loomis. Speakers: Anderson, Max
Sherover, Chas. V. Johnson and Bar
27th ward Socialists hold following
massmeetings for candidacy of Bmil
Kuhne for alderman: Tonight, Gray
school, Grace and N. Laramie; Thurs.
night, Cleveland school, Albany and
Byron; Pri. night, Monroe school,
Monticello and Schubert.
18th ward Civic League board
meets Thurs. night, office J. W. But
ler, 422 S. Hoyne.
H. Percy Ward lecture for Young
American Workmen's Circle, 227, 8
p. m., Sat., "Walt Whitman, Poet of
28th ward branch of Public Own
ership league meets Thurs., 8 p. m.,
Holstein Pk. club house, Oakley and
10th ward Socialist campaign com
mittee meets, 8 p. m., Thurs., 1944 S.
M. J. Dempsey, Republican; Max
AdainowskL Democrat; and Frank
Shiflersmith, Socialist; 28th ward
candidates for alderman, -will debate,
Bernard Moss school, Wabansia and
California av., 8 p. m., tonight.
28th ward Women's Club, bunco
party, Weyeis hall, Milwaukee av.
and Rockwell, 2 p. m., Thurs.
Grand ball Chicago Hotelkeepers'
Protective ass'n Coliseum annex, 8
CHICAGO GRAIN. Grain and pro
visions up. May wheat close, $1.10-4.
WHOLESALE PRODUCE. Eggs,
19ioc; butter, 35c.
NEW YORK STOCKS. Further
advances in early trading. Continued
FISH HATCHERIES WOULD BE
FINE FOR FISH COMPANIES
Mayor Thompson, Lake Michigan's
publicity agent, looks favorably on
the plan for a municipal aquarium for
Chicago. "But," he said. "There
should be more fish in the lake. Fish
are to eat not to look at"
Then the mayor went on to suggest
to the government that it would be a
great and glorious thing to have fish
hatcheries on the eastern side of the
lake where all the little streams make
spawning beds. He says these hatch
eries would fill the lake with fish that,
soon or later would grace the table of
Unfortunately for Chicago this
plan doesn't work out Two miles off
shore and running from Wilmette to
Hammond, Iadiana, are nets. Most
of them belong to the Booth Fisheries
Company. This hempen barrier,
which makes Chicago's lake front the
poorest fishing ground on the great
lakes, is .maintained all year around.
So if the government followed
Mayor Thompson's suggestion we
might have a few more fish for our
tables but they would have to be pur
chased from the Booth Fisheries Co.
There is no pleasanter sight for
the pessimist than a trip along the
lake front Sunday to watch hopeful
fishermen pull up perch fingerlings.
SENATE INCREASES ARMY
Washington, March 15. Senate
unanimously adopted Hay-Chamberlain
resolution for immediate In
crease in regular army to 100,000
Fair and continued cold tonight;
lowest temperature about 20 degrees;
Thursday fair, with rising temper
ature; moderate, northerly winds, be
coming variable. Temperature Tues
day: Highest, 34; lowest, 22,