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enoughto 'them tcr pay even operat
ing expenses within the next 40 years,
much less -pay jnterest on bonds sold
at reduced rates."
Deuther-closes his report with this
"The,H.-H. Comprehensive Impos
sible Subway advocates claim that
'Let Chicago Grow' is their motto and
progress would be followed if their
plan were put into execution, but one
might as3vell consider an under
ground trolley to San Francisco
one is just as silly as ttie' other."
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MEN AND, WOMEN, WILL WORK IN
N "VlUMANE MOVEMENT"
Boston, Mass. Having just re
turned from a tour of Europe, where
she studied the progress of the wo
man movement. Miss Vida Sutton,
leader of the equal suffrage cause,
declares that feminism is no longer
merely a -woman's movement, but a
movenient that interests all human
ity. "The' modern Woman realizes
that shV and. the world need each
other'- says Miss'Suttou.
'SINGERS -WITH DOUBLE
V' ' : -' '?- 7 , .' ' W f
St. Paul, Minn. When Dorothy
Toye was a music student here she
used to amuse herself by imitating
Caruso's golden "top note" and then,
by Imitating Schuman-Heink's big,
organ-like contralto. A musician
heard her doing her stunt one day,
and almost before she knew it the
little music student was heading the
procession toward Fame, Within a
year she was billed at the Berlin,
Winter Garden as the girl with a.
"double voice." She captivated Paris,
and she astonished New York, and
now she's a headliner in Weber and .
Fields' all-star company and the j
fairy tale only began six years ago.
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In Butte, Mont., .a Men's League
for Womaa's Suffrage has been or-j
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