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many occasions in the last six years,"
said Hillquit. "This was in connec
tion with, my work as representative
of the workers in the needle indus
tries, during the disputes that have
arisen between them and their em
ployers. -. .
"In ail these cases Brandeis acted
neither as representative of labor nor
of capital, but as mediator between
the two. And he is the only man 1
know who has succeeded in gaining
the lasting confidence of both sides.
"Brandeis is really the first man
who has ever been appointed to the
supreme court who can be said to
represent the people, all the people.
It is because Brandeis has been so
fair to the under dog that the over
dogs are fighting him now.
"With his power of personality, his
keenly analytical mind, he will un
doubtedly have considerable influ
ence upon his associates, so that I
believe we can safely say bis nomina
tion marks the beginning of the long-cried-for
humanization of the su
TO CHARGE FOR BATHING
NEW CLARENDON BEACH
The aldermanic bathing beach
committee of the special park com
mission have decided to charge an
entrance fee to the new Clarendon
av. bathing beach which will open
The upkeep of the beach will be
$45,000 a year and the aldermen
think it should be self-supporting.
Debate is now going on as to wheth
er a 10-cent charge will be made for
the use of those who take suits and
towels or whether a fiat rate to all
using the beach should be made. Kids
under 14 can go in free.
WOMEN BOOST MORALS SQUAD
Organized opposition of the women
iof Chicago will be raised by any at
tempt of the administration to open
Ithe town by abolishing the morals in
spection division of the police depart
ment, declared Miss Kate Adams of
the ID. Equal Suffrage league yester
day. The Chicago Political Equality
league is also protesting.
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FROM FAR NORTHWEST TO FAR
SOUTHEAST FOR SURF PLUNGE
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MRS DAVID WHITCtJMB.
Prominent in society in Seattle,
Wash., Mrs. Whitcomb was "snap
ped" as she was enroute for a plunge
in the surf at Palm Beach, where so
ciety matrons forget the cares of
bridge and teas.
The only hick whose head won't be
turned rv sudden wealth is the guy
with a stiff neck.