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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 15, 1912, Image 15

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order permitting tlie defendant
to pay the bill in weekly install
ments, and prohibiting the plain
tiff from garnisheeine the defend
ant's wages.
The justice court wijl have
jurisdiction in all cases up to
$500. Thej present law gives ju
risdiction up to $250. In case of
an appeal to the circuit court,
which can be there can be no dis
missal of the case on account of
technical error. At this'poihtthe
interested party can . correct the
error.
The justice is permitted to act
after court hours, to accommo
date the working classes.
The justice can appoint a re
feree to make investigations and
advise the- court upon trade ques
tions. Any person will be permitted to
present his own case.
Harry Yanckwich, a Portland
lawyer, is author of the scheme.
He is an apostle of the "working
people, and one of the working
inen's candidates for judge of the
justice courj. His ambition to be
come judge under the new law
January 1 next, "and. make his
coutt a place where the plain peo
ple can secure justice.
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This is a picture of Chief Bender's hand as he grasps a ball prepa
atory to pitching. Bender is the premier pitcher of the world cham
pioji Athletics and his- pitching hand is woitll seveial thousand
dollars a year to hini.

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