William Evjue
A job with the Wisconsin State Journal in 1911 brought William Evjue back to Madison from Chicago and into the newsroom where he worked under Richard Lloyd Jones. The two became fast friends and colleagues based largely on their affection for Gov. Robert La Follette, but World War I split their allegiances toward La Follette. Evjue then ventured out on his own and founded The Capital Times in 1917, which was at the forefront of the Progressive movement. His newspaper, and its charitable arm, the Evjue Foundation, continue today.

Interred at Forest Hill Cemetery