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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 03, 1912, Image 12

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Oh, Mr. Editor, Why be so modest? Your marvelous paper
has 'the best" wishes forall (h6 success in the world, from all your
subscribers, apdparticUlarly,
" ' Yours kespectfully,
H. "Torn" Hanlon,"
, 1109 Van Bureh St., Chicago, ill.
P. S. To me the moon seems to be as big as The'Day Book"
is going to be. f
ABOUT POLITICS.
The presidential political scrap
is getting warm. Soon the candi
dates will be busy calling names
artd telling us all how the coun
try is going to "the dogs if we
don't vote this way, that way and
the other way.
Vermont votes on state candi
dates today. The Bull ' Moose
vote Is the conundrum. All guess
ing how big it will be. -
Ohio votes on 42 amendments
to her constitution today. Among
them are woman's suffrage, ini
tiative and referendum, minimum
wage, workmen's compensation,
conservation, eight-hour" day on
public work, government by in
junction, fifty millions for good
roads, home rule for cities and
liquor .license.. The interests are
fighting practically all of the pro
gressive amendments.
Fight tetween Twites and
Bull .Moosers for control f s,tate
on at California state election to
day. Ropsevelt spoke in Mass. and
Conn, yesterday and tlien started
west. Said nd workingman would
get what he needs from Social
ists; that Progressives will keep
all promises; fayored letting L
people use schoolhouses for poll
ing places and public, meetings
including political meetings. t
Boss Joe Kealing of Indiana hit
town yesterday to help manage
the Taf t campaign.
Wisconsin state primaries to
.day tb nominate candidates for
governor and other offices.
"Frank Funk, Bull Moose can
didate for governor, spoke at Au
rora yesterday. Criticized Judge
Dunne and said his administra
tion as mayor of Chicago didn't
Satisfy people.
Women voted at Progressive
organization mee'ting in 21st
ward last night. Virginia Brooks,
West Hammond's live wire, made
principal speech. No scrap be
tween Medill McCormick and
Bass. Temporary committee se-
iectea to maice pians ior perma
nent organization.
At Buffalo Labor Day Gov,
Wilson spoke against minimum
wage, saying it would keep down
wages.
Bull Moose State Chairman
Dewey said yesterday the new
party would puf a county ticket
in the field.
.Augustus I'm not fond of the
stage, Violet, but-1 hear your
father on the stairs, and I think I
had better go before the foot
lights. , ""

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