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amendments to our practice act affecting summons were not approved, while all were willing to condemn corporations assuming to practice law. At the dinner the speakers were T. F. Donovan of Joliet on “Legal Light,” A. L. Granger of Kankakee on "Reforming the Lawyers,” Charles W. Hadley of Wheaton on “The Trials of a State's Attorney,” President Albert D. Early of Rockford on "The State Bar Association," and Nathan William MacChesney of Chicago on "Compulsory Arbitration.” There was not a suggestion of a dry spot in any of the speeches and the listeners left the meeting with assurance that the organization in the seventh district was a success.
If the present ratio of representation is carried out through the remaining districts, the last of the district meetings will bring the State Bar Association into personal touch with the representatives of over one-half of the counties of the state. The Springfield meeting is expected to be the last and largest one of all the meetings. It will be held while the legislature is in session. The lawyers from the entire state will be invited to attend, and plans have already been laid for a dinner with a distinguished speaker.
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