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' NEWS PICTURE
'Frisco Women Vote for First Time. '
Mayor and Mrs. James Rolph, Jr., of San Francisco, casting
their ballots in ajrecent municipal election at which bonds were
voted calling for $8,800,000 for a new civic center. At this election
Sag Francisco women voted for the first time since women were
granted suffrage in California a year ago. V
THE WAY THEY PUT IT
.Long before Hiose. New York
primaries, Col, Roosev.ejt declar
ed that the people of New York
hajl been handed a gold brick Tn
the legislation for primaries. .
Mr. Taft, haying won ' out in
New York, says that primary
scheme was all right.
Maybe Messrs Roosevelt and
iTaft, are "doing, dirty; .politics" J
toward each other. Mr. La Fol
lette seems to be moving-' ahead
some by simply making a clean,
qlear presentation of progressive
- o '-o
And now theysay Wall street
has abandoned Teddy and gone
back to Taft. It's, a moral cinch
.they'll never back Bob LaFol
Jette. Not their kind.