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ied band of anti-suffragets. If he is able to get an injunction from Foell the women will not be able to vote probably for a year, or until the matter has been finally decided by the Supreme Court. Mrs. Catherine Waugh McCulloch shows no fear of the outcome and believes that all such assaults on the suffrage bill will only prove a boom erang to the assailants. "Thus far there have been found only five counties in Illinois in which some man was opposed to woman's vote," she said. "That shows the feel ing of the majority. And if techni calities are raised and much effort is made to take from women the par tial victory they have won, the ma jority of men in Illinois will arise and push through complete suffrage for the women." ATTACK TO BE MADE ON DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE Washington, Dec. 11. A concerted attack is to be made on the Dept of Agriculture by members of Con gress because of antagonism aroused by Sec'y Houston, who recently snubbed the Ohio boy corn growers. This incident will be used as the nominal excuse, but the officials of the National Grange assert that the secretary has failed to bring his de partment close to the very men for whom it was created the farmers and their wives. It is also rumored that Houston, Sec'y of Labor Wilson and Att'y Gen. McReynolds will not complete their terms, though no open attacks have been made on Wilson or McReynolds. o o - AT THE SCHMIDT TRIAL New Yor,k, Dec. 11. Richly-gowned women again today stormed the courtroom where the Rev. Father Hans Schmidt, former Roman Cath olic priest, is being tried for the mur der of Anna Aumueller. Additional court attendants were called to put out those unable to find seats. The defrocked priest again today refused to meet his father, who came from Germany to help him. He said he would see his sister. By permis sion of Ass't Dis't Att'y Delehanty, a room has been provided where Schmidt's lawyers will take his father to see him some time this afternoon. MUTUAL ERRORS A visitor one day mentioned to Vol taire that he had recently spent some time with Albrecht von Haller, the distinguished Swiss physiologist "Ah," said Voltaire, "he is a great man, a great poet, a great naturalist, a great philosopher a man of won derful accomplishments!" "What you say, monsieur," the visitor said, "is all the more creditable to you, inas much as von Haller does not do you the same justice." "Alas," reolied Voltaire, with a grim smile, "very likely we are both mistaken!" A SLAP AT LOVERS Because bread boxes in front of bakeries and grocery stores had be come popular resting spots, for spoon ers, the South Chicago city council today approved an ordinance com pelling grocers and bakers to place all bread boxes on tall stilts. O fcJAi . O fl FFJLERrBN NEVER SEE THVRECKLES ON HIS SWEET HEARTS NOSE UN TL SHE HFS , THROWN HIM OVER. Atlrutf UUtCuww I C&W0hJI- TT S5w-. wrr jtfSU. c--- mlliiTiilfcrf-ITiJr f fVTl'