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TgT1 'y-J-'jiy-o- y,i
mon agent. He is trying tQ col
lect from Jensen $307.50. WW'
an attempt was made to tie up his
sajary by assignments Jensen
took his case to the Legal Aid
t Attorneys for the society are
Jynow trying to settle the claims
i against Jensen. One of the" so
ciety's representatives said it was
one of the worst cases he had ever
encountered, and it could only be
cleared upbya complete airing of
the case and making all the facts
public. It is claimed that Tensen
has paid 'all he owes at the legal
OUR PRECISE ARTIST
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"A paying business."
Not in the shbuts. and
plaudits of the throng,
' But in oui selves are tri- v
umph and defeat.
W. T. La Follette.
Madison, Wis., Jan. 27. Wil
liam T. La Follette, former South
Dakota railroad .commissioner,
who told a Woodrow Wilson
meeting that "a man of the deep
thought and mental caliber of
Wilson cannot fail to lead the
democratic party to victory" is a
brother of Senator "Fighting
Bob" La Follette, the republican
progressive aspirant for presiden
Also he's a democrat a prog
ressive democrat. In 1896 he de
serted the republican party in
South Dakota to support W. J.
Bryan, just the type of progres
sive that approached his ideal.
Four years ago he was the demo
ciatic nominee for lieutenant
governor of South Dakota, re
moving to "MadiSon later.