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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 21, 1913, NOON EDITION, Image 10',
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ever since for the things her Bex has
Besides Tjeing a fighter, Mrs, Foltz
has proved herself an excellent
mother. She was left a widow with
five little children to Support, They
are now all grown and married
citizens the state is proud of,
Mrs. Foltz never tires of doing
something for the human family.
She has no sex antagonism. All
humanity enlists her sympathy.
When she sees a thing that ought to
be done, she doesn't wait for some
one else to do it, but goes right after
the thing itself.
She saw wronged persons accused
of crime, where the prosecuting at
torney had every resource at his
command, and the accused, even
when innocent, was obliged to bear
the "burden of proof." Theoretically,
the state presumes innocence until
guilt is shown; practically, it doesn't.
So Mrs. Foltz caused a bUJ for a pub
lic defender to be introduced into 16
states, and Oklahoma has at last
enacted a similar law. The causes
of justice that have been unpopular
she has pioneered even with five
kiddies to clothe and feed, with cli
ents demanding attention and "the
latest decisions" to keep track of.
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