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Her name is a synonym for prog
ress and benefit to women and
children. Her .desire to secure
national suffrage to women is
bnly one of the many-she has car
ried into action, in the interest of
Frances Kellor, a well-known
New York woman, has attained
note as chief of the immigration
inspection bureau of New York.
In this capacity she is able to aid
the great. mass of foreign women.
Mrs. Blaney was a leader in
the successmul fight for suffrage
in California. She was one of
the twd first women delegates to
Di a national political convention,
if sitting in the Republican conven
tion in- Chicago in June, and
again in the Progressive conven
tion this month.
Jean Gordon is a state factory
inspector of Louisiana and be
longs to one of the aristocratic
old families of New Orleans. She
and her sister, Kate, organized
the Era club the most influential
Roman's club in New Orleans",
through which the suffrage move
ment was born there. She has
been largely instrumental in
forcing consideration of the ques
tion of suffrage on school mat
ters, which will come up this fall.
rThe Gordon family has always
teen staunchly Democratic.
Doctor Your husband, Mrs.
Murphy, is suffering from a com
plication of troubles. J must make
a diagnosis. Mrs. Murphy Kin
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THE PRIZE HYPOCRITE.
Some time ago The Day Book
prophesied that that immoral
hypocrite, the Tribune, would
doublecross the new Progressive
The Day Book didn't expect to
see that prophecy fulfilled for
some time. But the Tribune
showed its hand today.
Here are a few excerpts from a
Tribune editorial this morning,
which show just how much the
Progressive party can depend on
" "The election of Frank Funk
as governor of Illinofs would
set the state back."
Frank Funk is the Progressive
candidate put up to defeat that
"The right of the Progress
ives to submit a county ticket
is not denied, but the folly of it
It was Roosevelt himself who
demanded that the Progressives
put up complete and county tick
ets. "The local Progressives
should be interested in obtain
ing for Cook county good gov
ernment regardless of its polit
Meaning that the local Pro
gressives should support the Tri
bune's local bosses.
"What Illinois- needs is not
Frank Funk, but decent legis
lators." It is only a few-weeks since the
Tribune was howling for Frank
Funk for governor,
tthat time it seemed as if, T. he
feate j .