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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1912.
PAGE FOUK
THE CALUMET' KBWI
THE CALUMET NEWS
Feundad 1MO.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Published By The
MINING GAZETTE CO.
AT CALUMET, MICHIGAN.
M. W. Young.
Editor
W M.
Lyeo,
Mgr.
at the Poet Offlce at
Michigan, aa Second Claaj
Mall Matter.
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Investigation.
HOW IT WORKS.
Buperior Judge Klsrwurth of Call
forma has signified In unmistakable
terms his disapprove! y iIk j ......
recall.
Ts the Ik-Ik h t Ins ..uiit Judge
Klls.vorth hss given t went) -four yea.-
of excellent smk'R His contlnuou
re -cht in. i! m.-i Ui.it h- has i
rarely satisfactory to the eiajontv M
his fellow ciiixen. ami the time has
rolled around IM another ..t. I
But t.i ihe evrnrise ol in t aim t'.i.
disappointment of man. Juusre 1-Ms-wurth
aanoum.es that h- will nut 1st
candidate. He h.i always, and soau -times
under nytBB t livumsluiscea.
hhoM u judutal independence in con
stru.ug and appl ing the law. But
the judicial ie all has bten intmuced.
and In declining to nn again ihr judge
says "I do not vae to be suo.es.led
t. fjpj humiliation of a retail el- ctkn
H ti 1 rhoura lappen lo mate an
unpopular decision.''
A judg wldlng to color his dev-Mono
to matin !h transient hue of current
popular iiasion or prejudice might
tavt- m iviiikular objection to this
newfangled freak in sj uhsxr. Judge
Ellsworth i not built thr.t wa ll the
Howiriron people want demagogues and
time servers on the bei-vh. ihey wil!
favor the juJkuu recalL UUMiaH
Should Ballot
Be Denied
Woman
Because of
Her Sex?
By TALCOTT WILLIAMS.
Director of Pulitzer
School of Jour-nalism
BRANDS
I
AM Dot MM of those who believe suffrage sliouki bo conferred
on nv individual lxvauso lie is a man or louietl nuy individual
bevause she is a WOMAX. The duty of suffrage should be
e : rrt I with reference to the XEEDS OF GOOD
AXP WI8S GOVERNMENT, and WOmtl arc quito as vrcll able
to dca! with such iucs as men.
Xor am I ci -e who believe that the polling place is UN
FIT FOR A GOOD WOMAN TO FREQUENT. If this should
be so it must be changed or the republic cannot endure.
WEDNESDAY. APRIL 10, 1912.
It isn't likely, however, that the one
terin precedent established by Gov O
fcorn will provt popular with his mc
cssors in the gubernatorial chair.
That's an ambitious program the
Naders of the Men and Religion For
ward movement in Calumet liave map
ped our. but there are ambitious men
behind It.
lteau. hamp Clark's showing in the
Illinois primaries yesterday is rather
sunrlsinjr in view of the vigorous per
sonal campaign . onducted In that state
I Gov, Wilson. Clark's majority over
Wilson is 140.000. Illinois Democrats,
fit least, are not KB king Heauchamp's
"dang aroun'."
Thti majority of the delegates to tlx
tate convention at liay 'itv- tomor
row art; for Tat. and the convention
unquestionably will declare for the re-
nomlnation of the president despite ' arrears to the ext nt of
PENNY POSTAGE POSSiBLE.
No branch of the public service
comes closer to the people than the
joaioflke department. In this depart
ment the Taft administration baa ac
complished results which have ren
dered fkhl service more efficient than
at any ether time in th- history uf the
country-
In thorough aocord w ah the policy
of economy and efficiency of the Taft
administration. Postmaster General
Frank H. Hitchcock has put an end
to the annual deficit in the postoffice
III
STILL LESS DO I AGREE WITH THE DEGRADING ARGUMENT
THAT SUFFRAGE SHOULD BE CONFERRED UPON WOMEN BE
CAUSE IT WILL BENEFIT THEM. SUFFRAGE MUST BE A DUTY
AND NOT A PRIVILEGE.
We have been realizing this more fully during the past twentv
year antl have beet hedging suffrage about, with restrictions as to
residence, as to rogUtry, as to many other things that may keep the
duty within the selected group to whom it ideally belongs. There is
danger in multiplying the numbers of this group. Statistics will show
you that one in evry three of those entitled to rote FAILS TO
EXERCISE THE PRIVILEGE.
Massachusetts, with 641,000 men upon the registry books, at tho
last rleetinn vntpd nnlv 441 rtfiO tlmm Tn K4a lot.-..
. nent and made poaslb; the- cr- J ' " '' Ui
ious i ! sjiini of funher refoms might vote, but don't, there rests the peril to the republic.
Yet we cannot close our eyes to the dangers of making the number too
small.
I know that the PATRIOTISM OF WOMEX IS DEEPER,
as it is more silent, than that of men. Theirs are not the prizes, but
the sacrifices, of devotion. Theirs are not tho rewards, but the suf
ferings. This has been so, it is so. and it must continue to be so, for
CIVILIZATION DEEPENS THE DIE OF BEX
and improvements, not the l-ast im
portant of which is the imminent pos
sibilltv of penny postage. Many other
reforms that have the support of Pres
ident Taft will be Inaugurated this
yt.tr. Another term of the T.ift ad
ministration would place this $1'40,
000,000 business institution complete
ly on a business Iwais.
At tfeg beginning of the pres. -nt BBs
ministration the postal gssssjeg t.,s in
111 : . 770.47.
Hie fuss tlie Koosevelt supporters -will
kiok Up. It Is expected that the Blate
a ntral committee at Its meeting today
w ill iron out some of the dlnVuttie.
Tim convention promise to lx- inter
esting and Is liki-Jy to develop some
fireworks, but the Taft for..- tn
not fearful of the result.
Ideu tenant Governor John Q. Rosa is
another prospective candidate for the
Kepublican nomination for governor.
Mr. IUs comes from Miiskgt.n. hi. n
sjBBBBf In him had its first state ofll
er in a iuarter of a entury. As lieu
tenant governoi Im made friends from
the beginning, and early in his admin
istration of that ofil e began to be
talked of a a gubematoi lal onAiaJbility
and giiTnatorlal timber. If.- has made
friends everywhere and bar b.ns had
th- BSgMSJ to i titer th no sj fr in sjsjIIi
likely to hi- !n when the time eo.ni.-.
althouk'h ha uiiK rather "h.dlnK his
httrses"' until he h.-ard dolmitHy what
fiovernor OsJBsjtg was gojnj.- sj (Pi.
OIXON'S CLAIM RIDICULOUS.
Bjsjgsjssjsjl i 'h ;inipiilgii inan ige.r, S-n
ator IUxon. d.-elares the Illinois ph-
.o" J"" i an out of the ra
Ku It a stateme.ni in ridiculous in view
of the overwhelming number of del
-KM IMS i.ireaov pleilKei to the renoini-
iiation of the president, if the iMxon
prln,ie sggg true. Bjlogssjsil would
have Ik. ii out of th.- running when (,.
-iv as mimp-.i in New York and North
Dakota. The presidential situation
I- eg not hinge on the result In a singl.
state.
ru.. ... ....
o" o.nn i(i in, imnois primaries
will not iPggtls1 imjiair Mr. Taft'H pa-
Kilion. ), j,.,m w..n n ,,.fi ,
MM anl an afford to lorn- jemie
e hem His h.aivc KaniK throiurhoiii
the country practically maku his nnm
'.nation certain
A WEIRD STORY.
-rne Detroit i.tb Press has given
apace to a weird story to the Hfecl lb:,i
Warden James Ituseell, editor of tin
.i.i i rjij.-i i .oiiiiiiK Jinirniii, wmie re-
ntly in Lunaing h 1-1 isjsjiBsjmjmjsbi
with Put Kelley at wlnh he tendered
the mudK.rt of the mining companies
t KIley for gnvernor. The Pree Freas
I- irnjusf to nil con-emtl in that fan
-if at yarn. It ran be put down as
ertalnty that Mr. Husn-!! hasn't an
mining Mit;ort tr (x-ddle. and th.it the
mining companies will ta.k no part
in the gubernatorial fight. They real
ta ttlt to do mt would lie to prejudii
many voters against them. They will
be, content, we believe, to let matters
tak their course. Tho Free Press
story has no foundation In fact, and It
Is evident It Intends to harm Mr. Kel
ley In his campaign if it can possible
w hi. h w ;is decidedly the largest defi
cit n leeefijl Last year the revenues
exceeded the expenditures by $:'!;,-
mat
The wiping out of the deficit has
been .i . onipllshed without anj cur
HM of facilities. On the con
trary, there has 'b--n established 3.744
new postoftices. delivery by carrier
has been provided in ltj additioniil
gMgO) and :'.r,16 new rural routes, ag
gregating 6",7:t niibn, have be-B au
lhoriz! Meanwhile the force i-.si -al
employee has tx--n Increased by
more than K.0O0 an.) last year the total
amount expended for salaries was ap
proximately 14,'i't.it greater than
two years ago. The average annual
salarv has Ix-en Increased from
to $:r,: fr rural carriers, from $:!
U for isistofflce clerks, from II,-
Itl to J1.0H4 for city letter carriers,
and from I1.1SS to II, S3 for railway
postal cle.rks. Thus a marked exten
sion of the joKtal service and im rms-
id competMiatlofj for Its eiuplojes
liavc roil- h ind in hand with vanish
:nK deficit.
A FITTING MEMORIAL.
Budding at Wskhmgton' to Perpet.iats
Msr-.ory of Loyal Woman.
A monument lo the memory of tic
lovai women of the 'ivil War will be-
Mpg :m enduriii' realltv if Congrear
enacts Into law a Joint lesohition just
UaUrodoeed i, Hen, r.iihu ium.i or Ne.v
Vork in the BeMtsj and ll-m James L
Sladen of Texaa In the House. This
proji . t. w iii h has lain dormant In the
PilBia of the Ptoplg tor almost half
century, nas been put into orcreii
lorm b the Kenerosltv and patriotism
of the 4'ommandi r of fh" Si.iie g
w York of the Military order of the
Loyal LsSjtoB of the Tinted Ktatea.
It Im not piooscd to make the mon
ument merely a ri ncmlirati' i: of p i -ROM
ami deiH, not merely a me
niorial of lit. ios hIoiio ..r bron but
ii noble bulldini full of tin- apirit .(
helpfulness, of tender s nipathv t I.
n am and patriotic devotion thai lived
in tin- women g sPOfJI this moiniment
will be erected. This spirit is th splrll
of the Red Cross, and ;..r this reason
th. memorial is to be given to the Ked
'rs m pgfBfBjyty fr its head'piat
ters in Washington.
Toward the carrvinu out of this pur
pose, the ' ommandery hits pledged it
self to se,ire and give the mim f
Cnfi.iaVi, on . unditlon that 'nuit.
appropiiate an equal amount aa a
onll ibutlon of the I'nlted Mtates Io
wa rd tha purchase of a MBit abb- site
In the city of Washington, th. Im
provement of the grounds etc. Thus
th. BMBPrlBl will be made truly na
tional, the tribute of all the oeople to
the sacred memory of the l.,vHi women
"f the war The e,l CroM on Its
part, is to grev 0 secure an endow ment
fund, the Income of which will be
sufficient t. maintain the building for
all time.
t the banquet of the Ixiyal L'ion
held in New Voi-U ict.Jber 4 l!.ll Hon
fames M Me. k, in urging Jiv creatloa
of this nionunii t.t. gav e an address
from which th.. following tribute la
quoted.
V tie,.(i not feat tue, v iid:.. t ..l
the future ui t what we now plad
to ). Th re are many memorials
to th.- ibathUsK valor of the brnv
mim. wi.o In the four years from
Iff, -,, Ipfl i.8ponded to the coil
of their c ountry and ir many case
laid down their llv.s foi its pi -gorxatlOB;
but not has worthy of
comilii i.iorative art is he SSJjUgl
piUriotbug of the wonien of Am
erica, who as truly threw th-dr
BOgrtJ into the Meat stlUKulc fuf
the Talon, and -who freely gave
their Uvea at the no leas tSJOfsjiuJll
i..ms ol duty or the fever-si r k. n
camps, which followed with tin
ec.vthe of death the march of ...u
Might) armies.
To Me mothers who Kave their
fcon. to the wives who give their
husbands, to the si:-tisJ who save
then brothers, to he women who
BOW me nurses, t. those who in the.
prtvoc) of their home gave then
wiriiings and all the worl, theil
hands, t., otic and all. lei us erect
this noble memorial and In pav
ment -.1 Pmp; g)g4To isjsj lehi. let
our me in. rial ! more beautiful
than anv memorial known to me.n
U I it stand for all (bat woman
has Im i-o in American hlotory,
The reoclutton Introduced h) Mr.
Coot ami Mr. BlaydeO la tip- first Mep
on the art of ConiPggg toward the
a ceptaiii i of this geMf 0411 pjsssjsjgoj
d tin- Loyal I.i si .n . r New York. Ap
PMllBOj iih t In proji . t d.a-s to all that
is Igpjii r and soorod ill the memories
id the old and the gratitude of the
vouiik, it 1 4)i lieved it will re. elve
the Jteej i ) SHjppoi t of t hir
of both he isi ot CongroM
'iist. nis. Since i:0 he h.i8 been ter
ritorial governor of pot to itk o.
General William Pfpth, founder and
head of the Salvation Army. s:i yogM
oij toda-.
RoptlggenUtlve John A. Mar'ln of the
Sc. i.tid Colorado district, one of the
several "lavhor members" of ihe Klx
U -st. i m. I t'oiistess, 44 ypurg old today.
"THIS DATE IN HISTORY."
IHl'7 Maria B. CummlpO, author if
The lAimpllKht.-i boVfl in Salem,
las. I)i,-,i in IP. ioster. Mass.. in",
l. ne.
18.18 Thomas If. Kenton, for ;;o
ea-ts Pnlted States si natof from Ml.4-
wun, 'iieo ii. Washington D. '. Morn
in North Carolina Alurch 14, 17kj.
lNt;4 The Archduki Mitxlmlllan o
niMPM-Hi in . -e, Men an oiler o the '-Iovmi
of Mexico.
i.d Aii-xanuer r. St. vviut. famous
Now York merchant, dlof Bora
Ireland in 1803.
IS'14 -Bering Sea proi la motion issued
by PreoJdoni Cleveland,
117 Senator La Toilette of Wiacon
sin deolorod in favor of tho renomin.i
t ion of ProeMenl i: . . it.
Ittl--To u i Lr Johnson, noted DoBeP-
lath londor, ,iicd in Cleveland. Horn
in (Jeoigi town. Kv.. ,f,,ly 18, s,M.
WOMEN IN FRANCE.
THIS 13 MY 47TH BIRTHDAY."
Oesirge R, Colton imotnor of Por
to lltco. ,; bom In rialrstburg. 111..
April lo, l o;;,. and received his educa
tion at Knox College in his n;tive i itv
Artec leaving mlloge ho went to New
Mexico and for five rears w as a ramh
man there. He then located in No
li I lot M here he orVod
i ite legfsHUure, Ah an ofBoar or No-
bragjlg VOlentOef regiment he went to
I hi Philippmis at the time of the in
ur Hon and after the American oc'
rvpntlOfl of thi islands he was
lOCtOS (0 orgal'ie the OOjgtONM stT
v i e at Manila. He tierformeil a simi
lar task in Sunt,. Domingo in ISKb'i, ttn
I. i- an ait em. nt b-tween the Island
PtPlllu an I tfie fnlted Mtates gov
ernment, from '0T intll IPOf i;0vrr
DOT t'olton was again In the Philip
pines, acting insular POttOCtor of
In striking contrast with the wo
man s propaganda in Knglnnd is the
femlasM itmnni in ftMeei The
finiinlHts are not greatly concerned
about the vote. So litth do they care
about it that tluv have nut ln-.iL,...
m joi n i iK(. povernment w indow. As for
rmaehlng the windowa of Inoffensive
ii linesmen, tiiey Wouli stand aghast
a I the Mlggiwtion,
The femlnlHts .,r i rancc think Of
i higher Ihingw than the mere vote.
They want to be the equals of men
; In other things. In the higher pr.,
reeelons part leu In th- they do not see
why the monopoh. .,f th,.,,! should be
Invested in men- man. So they nre
, having the vote alum, and going in for
term In the, the nrofessions.
The tanks of women doctors, wom
en law. vers, women artists and women
r n. feasors are Increasing gpgrp (iMy.
Put a feminist triumph of a novel kind
has to be recorded. A woman has
been admitted as an assistant astrono
mer in the Ohgorvatory Of Paris. 8he
Is Mile. Kdmee 4'handon. A brilliant
n.atbeniatlclan. she. was studying fur
her doctorate, and asked to In- allowed
to cnt"r the irtservatorv. She proved
herself so (itpable an rfbserver that
the authorities ...minded that her
There im Only One
"Bromo Quinine"
That le
Laxative Brome Quinine
unto tmc would ovrm to cure a cold m one oat.
ii)
AS PRESENT
DAY PILATE
continued lYoni Pago Due.
the motives and holiest ol those who
opase him. He would substitute the
biased, v.irsl and Inflamed opinions
Of the multitude for the Judgment of
these a, ting in a judicial capacity
based on swoin evidence, vvelghitl and
balanced by those rules and prim Iplcs
which have been (brought forth from
the . i u.fble of time to Insure Justice
t- the poor and the rich; the w eak and
the strong."
The Lorimer Case.
Senator Jones said he did not pro
pose to discuss the judicial recall, but
Would notice only fhc latest suggestion
ad'. meed for the guidance of those
acting In a Jiu'icial capacitv. He then
ouoted at some IctiKth from
Rooseselt's comment upon the I. ri
mer case in his speech of March 3o it t
DOCroli, wherein the firmer president
cl.arsisl that Senators Dillingham,
i. 1 1 1 1 i an.! Jones were reactionaries
i.e. .ins. they recommend that Lol i
i.ier Im- permitted to retain his swtt.
Senator Jones said:
"This argument may have auuht th
Bene) of thow who llstemsl without
v,rraping the full slgnitlcan. e of the
statements made: but no proiaisltlon
was ever advanced by the wildest an
archist more subversive of the princi-
plgg of du man justice, or human rights
and good government than the prin
cipal suggestion contained In this
statement."
Senator Joins argued at lOOJgttl that
ihe OOnOtitOentl of tlte senators naimsl
would want them to vote on the Lori
mcr .ai, according to their own con
sciences He sid he did not bellevi
there could be found within his state
ono who Is su. h a reactionary as to
approvo ' the nile of Judicial cumin, t
pi act iced by Pontlua Pilate. If Mr.
.Roosevelt made the suggestion seri
ously, it is shocking. If he made it
ignoranily It is pliable. If lie made it
to seeuie votes, It is despicable.
A Shocking Proposition.
"You vrlll note that this is not n
suggestion that the Judges should de
eide a ase according to their Judg
ment of the law and the evidence and
then to allow the people to pass upon
it. It goes f iither than that. It sug
gests that the people shall make th.
decision, that the Judge, shall disre
gard the hivv and the evidence ami try
to ascertain what he thinks the peo
ple desire- to be done in the case and
then avt In accordance vith what he
believes is their Judgment. This prop
osition is so extreme, so shocking, ho
contrary to all principles of entlKhien
er. Jurisprudence, so antagonistic to
the basic principles of judicial notion
that have been brought forth in the
crucible of time for the protection
of life, liberty and property that I can
not conceive of the state of mind or
the purpose that prompted its utter
ance. 1 leOTt this mystery for the
people theenootvog to solve.
"If this rule is to be followed, then
iu.'is m,::t Instruct Juries that they
are not to decide cases Upon the law
and the evidence submitted to them
but Ihey must endeavor to Und out
what the public sentiment is with ref
entice to the matter at issue and de
cide It in accordance with that. Judges
Instead of instructing the jury us t
what the law is, should try to tell the
v.hat the public sentiment Is."
Senator Jonei sn. he had wondered
a feOV weeks ago why it -was that at-
tornpye irooM not Ilenr CoL itoosi
velt to act as a Juror. He a ided: "I
understand now."
I
1
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BAKING
POWDER
Absolutely Pure
Economizes Butter, Flour
Eugs ; makes the food more
appetizing and wholesome
The only Baking Powder made
from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
or the photoci apln r mav l.u K : : ill
inn something oi the true oool and
character l(f the subjc t is lanind tfi
appear on the surf:, e and lo slnnd u -
rented to all bo see it.
The iruth m,v iH. pomowhnt quali
fied by the fact that the overage pels. ai
in front of a camera is invariabl.v more
or less self-v otiHcioua. but in BOOOml
effect the donidtant gUOiitiet pro kl
least partiallv revealeil, go that in al
nioi.1 any photoci aphlc portrait
may aee slrength of character, vanity,
self-esteem, liability, meuiiiicss, fUnl
BMBj uiMK'i upulousneas or what-not, as
the case mav be.
W hen photographs are "TepffOdl V
iiy half-tone proceog the eooentlal EpcU
ol tho phvsii -:iniiiiv are sometimes ob
scured, especially in the hurried pro
ci ses ..f ii- w ipnpcf Nr:raiture. Still,
in all but the most atrocious S gamp lee
of rin h sort, the se essential farts shov
throii-h, ecn f it be with bttl a dim
glow. Providence Journal.
LA FOLLETTE'S TRIBUTE TO HIS
WIFE.
services, would he retained The egeja
ell of administration of the obseiv-
atory unanimously passed a rcflnlutiun
appointing her to the position of as
siatant astronomer There is a great
Joy n the feminist ranks over her ap
I.-, ml m. 'lit, for the w omen ronllgO that
Mile 1'handon has furnished another
proof vhy their movements should be
I c.-pecleil
Always remenils-r tho full onmc
fer this signature on every box
Look
HARD TO READ FACES.
Why You Novs- Can Be Sur of Youi
Judgments.
Tin- living fan in Its i elation to tin
real character might be likened lo an
expert JllKgb r aia n ipn hi t ing the var
inns articles of his invsti - trade. Kx-
ept In momenta of revcry or abslia -
tbm th expression is constantly
ihanaimc It scorcety roOMdne th.-
same for five consecutive stci.ndM it
Is a case of Now v. mi s.c me. and now
Ytm don't." and if is extrcmelv dIAtaull
to determlm when ,,u mav be .at h-
Ing a glimpse of the real character,
and when the fleetiim evpression may
be a misleading token, n duntory,
lierl-.aps. on the inirt ... th. individual,
but cunningly calculated by natun t-.
deceive the eye ol the speetotor.
Heme th- gennine amllty to "lead
character" In facUtl eypression is viu h
rarer than Is commonly suppostsj. It Is
not only a tine urt but an mtriem,.
Mrt persons who fancy that th- - aoe
sess It In some degree an- reallv pr .
ceediner upon a sort of blind tn ., i.
which Is likely to be deceived entirely
by sujterrlclal indiiatlons. Theaorurat..
Judges of men .ire extremely goaroni
their ,-ift is one which OhOuM Invari
ably hud them to success If they are
blessed with half nn opportunity
The appraisal of character by photo
irrsphh ev Idetn I may b' as erroneous
as that which Is based on tho living
f. hut at lesst the photograph gives
opportunity for continuous study and
shows none of those shifting mHds
which are snre to confuse the Judg
ment. The OggOera eatchea Its subject
as he or she mav apMae at the given
moment. It may he nn Inopportune !
moment, the camera may he I poor j
one. there may be a fault In the plate.
Mis. I at Poltetto ind l orore ehtom
m.itis at the I'niv ersitv of .SL'onsin,
and naturally wc had c inuima ,:. cr
ests. The first vi ar of , . man led
life. In order to strentii-!i i. 'f i-i
the 'aw. i was rprogdlm Kent end
Itlackstone al home evenings, ami lu
joined me. 'I his lol later to lc i Lgklni
the luw course as an InteMeOtunl pur
suit, sir never intended ;. prnctice,
she was the tirtt womnn graduated
from tho TYIgrpgtolii oniverelt ln
pnhool
on one oconoloa vvhen my Hrr w m
overwhelmed with work it the i till
and the time w is about to Ogpire with
In which our brief ghouM be served lu
a supreme court . as. ihonM In su4
mltteii without argvment, i uropoaed to
Km, L.i I oilette that she pc;iillc th.-
brief. It wnii a case which :rok,- m w
grOtUsdi OOxJ h r brief won with tin
ktftprem mrt.
About a veitr afterwaids I'hi.-t .lu.;-
tice i.yon in the prgoepei ot a grodp
of Inwyojro, edtnpltmented me on the
brief which ssj Hrni had Died jn
case, saying: it is one of th. oeol
briefs submltt.il ti the -nut in von re,
und In writing the ..pit im I lUotOd
liberally from ;i because it was so ad
mirably rOnooned and so a ail slat
ed." 1 said: "Mr, liiei JJnntlci . you
make me very proud. That hrtei MUUt
written 1 an unknown but ver.v ajbla
mem oer oi ottr liar altogethi r tin
brainiest member of my tamcv. Mi..
m i-oiiette nrote tint brief, from
start to finish. "
Although Mra Li l-oiiett , ,
nindo any further prnctieaj ,,s, ,,f her
;aw. this trolnlni brawajrhl hot: Inti
los. r gyenpoth) and e pnntanthin
with me in my professional work, and
in my political career she haa i--. n
niv- nrloi s' and best eoOngpllor. That
this Is no partial Judgment, th.- pro'
groMlve i eders of WTIon nsin who w. i.
eocned her to our nf roe i oovld
bear witness. Her grnnr ojf the greoi
I'lobleins. sociological ami eccnomi.
is unforpgfeed b nny of tin- ptrotti
M011 who have been ajjsJOclntOd with
mo in nn work. Anierlcon Mngoalm
a i.ew cierrann fype of oil bnjjrlne la
built to run with tar as fuel, and is
baid to wots, satisfactorily.
CALUMET
THEATRE
Tues., April 16
THE GREATEST HIT IN YEARS
Packed Houses Everywhere
THE ONE GREAT. BIG LAUGHING
MUSICAL EVENT
MUTT
AND
JEFF
BUD FISHER'S ORIGINAL
CREATION
5C PEOPLE: 2 CARLOADS OF
SCENERY
IT'S ONE BIG NOISE FROM MAINE
TO CALIFORNIA
EVERYTHING NEW AND UP-TO-DATE
WITH MUTT AND JEFF.
$75,0C0 PRODUCTION
IT'S A CORKER
DON'T MISS SEEING THIS GREAT
BIG SHOW
AND DON'T FAIL TO BRING lilt
MT1LE ONES TO SEE MUTT
AND JEFF.
PRICES
PnrqueUoj 1st j rows rPQeeJ
:.$1.50
i wanes Pantoei Cindy and 1st i
rows nan onv
RnJnnfee H.iiconv
rhkteony circle
'..illery '
I. ox Seal
s. at sal. at .',.rtcr'K Bnttrrd
ril I Ith, at N:iio A M.
1.00
. .75
. .50
.25
.1M
. A.
CALUMET THEATRE
APRIL 11, 1912
TMEAUTHORS PRODUCING M
JOHN CORT. President)
flOHfliNCE
C I E
o i
BV CMAR.LES KLEI7V
KIISP 0F"THE MUSIC M ASTE.R"-THE I IflM
WITH CHARLES MACKAY AND LILLIAN KEMBLE
PRICES:
I arqtjct and first two rows I'arQUel Circle
Hslame Pa,ue, rircle and first two rows' (,,,(n, 1 J ''0
Ilalame Hal cony 1 Oil
Balcony Circle 71
:llery
eat Sale at Pointers April 8, 1HI2
.50
.25
si
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