Precedent is against three terms.
To democrats: Vote next Monday.
See that your democratic neighbor votes.
Two terms, twelve years, $30,000. Time to give some one else a chance.
Dorsey B. Hoppe would make a first class commissioner of schools. He is clean in character, honest, scholarly and experienced in school work.
The democratic city ticket is composed of well known citizens competent to fill with credit the various city offices. They will make good officials. Vote for them.
It is democratic doctrine that there are to be found among the people various men capable of filling any office. Under such conditions it is not necessary to give an official three terms covering 18 years.
M. J. Cavanaugh has all the qualifications for a good judge. He is progressive, scholarly, in active practice and has the requisite knowledge of the law coupled with the judicial turn of mind. If elected he will expedite the business of the court and give the district an economical administration.
Support with your ballots the principles you believe in and the candidates who uphold those principles. If this be done, M. J. Cavanaugh will be the next judge of the 22nd judicial district. Had this been done at the last two judicial elections of the district a democrat would have presided on the bench of this district and drawn the $30,000 salary which a republican has drawn. Were the conditions reversed and the majority of the voters of the district were republicans, would there be a democratic judge upon the bench? Nit!