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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 26, 1912, Image 9

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good cow about tne place!
Banostine Bellfc DeKol is an
aristocratic cow; she's the daugh
ter of Friend Hgngerveld DeKol
Butter Boy. She is never dry,
anfl asks" for no better treatment
the skim' milk used in fattening Ithan any c6wshould get. She
cents a quart would be cheap,
making $3.60 a day, or a trifle
over $25 a -week. That's half as
much as the governor of Nebras
ka gets, and more than any state
pays Mts legislators, irrobably
lives in Geauea county, Ohio,
where she is the star of a noted'
other stdck-would pay for her
keep.
That's what comes of-keeping a" J Holsteui-JFriensian herd
.-,''
Length of
Record.
7 Days ,
30 Days
60 Days
90 Days
365 Days ,
Pounds of
. Milk.
f 672.5
. s "2828,0 -5505,0
s 7856.8
27404.4
TO DISCUSS RECALL OF
JUDGES AT MEETING -
Over in the LaSalle hotel a fine
collection of "judicial tempera
ments" and such like" are in at
tendance at the sessions of the
Illinois State Bar Association,
theunion of lawyers. -
Lawyers from several states
are attending the-sessions, and
court procedure-tin all its angles
will he di'sciisseU Mostof' the
delegates vigorously declare that
there is need for regulafion that
will facilitate the hearing of caa-
' es, and noiViow court clqckets to
become congested "with cases twj
or threcyears old.
Recall of judges will be one of
the leading issues JtQ be threshed
out. As a rule, lawyers are
against the recall, hutn this mat-l
ter the votersiwill evidently de
ejde, which is somerxonsolation
Pounds Butter
80 Pet. Fat
30.871
. 123.733
242.566
354:429
1322.925
.. $
t
HoraccKent Tenney, president guests.
PerCent.
Fat
3.67 -330
'
3.53
3,61
3.86 n
,
of the association, in opening the
convention, declared that "one of
he main, grounds jfor iust com
plaint against present day court $g
procedure lies in the fact that'
courts still retain methods which ,
are jeucs of antiquity. J
-Npne of the lawyers, after lis-
tening to this beautifut'plati
tude, seemed to remember that
the municip'al courts- were closed
today because of the association
meeting, and that many poor dev
ils arrested for disorderly con
duct last night will noft get a
jhearmg until Monday, as the
juages win De roo Dusy at tne
sessions tomorrow, also, to show.
hup in fheir .chambers and earn
some of the $6,000 a year the city;
p&ys them.
d o r
One New York hotel has a ken
nel on its roof for the care of dog

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