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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 December 1911

'VpfPWl T 1 T8 " f- V" rVJWrs? ' t SWERED so far as we- know,' for many days, though 'the sKo workers have been free to use the press to answer and offer the', "public what justification they can for their attitude."- ' . 5 ' TJhen again, this paper says if the new Federation leaders can not answer, their case is closed as far as the 'public is concerned. -THEY REFUSE TO LET' US HAVE THE PRESS, THEN ACCUSE US OF NOT ANSWERING IN THE PRESS. We ? leave this to an intelligent public to judge for themselves. I The editor of this New Orleans paper was called upon by "a committee and he refused to retract his statement. He also refused II to send a reporter to a citizens' meeting in New Orleans, where this . subject was fullyexplained. He'riot ignored, but insulted the com - mittee. ' l r TO THE BUSINESS MEN Do you understand what it means to have the scum and filth of New York, Philadelphia, Buffalo, .Chicago, St. Louis, and other; large cities brought to your city to replace the citizen...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 December 1911

v 7" tlr - r ''9",j to move in good society and declaie themselves good citizens aire. dumping upon you a class of men whom they would spurn with con tempt shpuld they be compelled to associate with them. - We appeal to the public to investigate our contentions We are asking that the Federated trades be recognized as the business: committee of our various crafts. If the "railroads can federate, why: cannot the employes ? Nearly alj business nowadays is transacted through federated committees. We demand the same rights, and we will never yield until these rights are recognized. " o Th right of association, organization and corporate action ht industrial affairs is inherent in the principles of human brotherhood as applied to modern conditions; and we believe that any federation in groups of employers justifies a isimilar federation in groups of employes. The present strike of over thirty-eight thousand" men in. the allied crafts of the Harriman system of railroads is concerned with t...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 December 1911

!fi??iV5Cwry7irff 'CF'VSJrjfWT ?"""' ? j-,- millionaire beef barrons, being "different,! omit formality of attending own -trial ' - There certainly was a winder ful sights at the trial of the ten millionaire packers in Judge Car penter's court today. i When an ordinary man-is tried on a criminal charge, he gener ally is expected to attend the trial. , If he doesn't expect it, a court bailiff explains the situation to iim. Not so with the millionaire packers. They're "different!" . Today, seven of the indicted packers omitted to come to their own trial. Their attorneys explained that they were "busy at the yards." The announcement caused much speculation, especially in view .of the fact that one of the direct charges of the government against the beef trust barons, is that they have formed a habit of meeting every Thursday and "fix ing" prices. , . This -is" Thursday. "" k Of course, it is impossible that lie men now on trial under a criminal charge, facing jail sen tences, 'should b...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 December 1911

.- --t wtjxKF stik, ---, -.- . r - "" T-. . ' t ' '; 1 ' . Nf' ' 9m" . ' Af The rest of the day was 'taken up with government quizzing" of "unprejudiced" jurors, who al ready had made up their minds what they were going to do. Most of them were business men, and "apparently looked at the matter in a different light from the "far mer jury" the government al ready has coralled. One of them, Alexander Trwin caused a mild' surprise by his ex treme state of ignorance. Irwin is one of the proprietors of the largest wholesale and retail meat markets in Chicago. Yet he had the vaguest ideas on the beef trust. .He had heard of such an institution oh, yes, but only in a vague sort of a way. One of Irwin's friends is em ployed at the "yards", too, but he never told Irwin anything about the financial methods of the packers. , The court excused Mr, Irwin for cause, and app'arently much to the disgust of thet defense, whose attorn eys seemed to regal d him as an ideal juror, o o BRITISH PANIC Max...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 December 1911

mptgfV - "VP5srTr" '&"rrr'yT"tiii OUTBURSTS OF "EVERETT' TRUE EYEAETT. t Nten 4 soul fvrAtote t nonr you have me CHRISTMAS sptn.iT THtrtL Do, 7HIT.'IL 2)0.? Srs Give, YQuJs20OAHDJroo'v fiun UP BILLS ALL OVER rohrt HOTAnOTHCn CENT THIS CHRISTMS SPIRIT TALK MAKES 1E SCCf CHRISTMAS IS A CONFOUNDED HUISAHCJ? AMD OUGHT TO BE ABOLISHED III '. -- i to af Jinn t.ftjtm irt n I ts THAT SO." YOU " -"iClL $IM ALDH1DEI OLD jMk 1 3 W TIGHT-WAD? YOU flli'l l'lWllffl ought to have. ' - Em IL,v l'j UVD A TH jL WLv3ZZ-Z' &TOf hQ- j JLl S Oatmeal Cookies. Cream 1 cup butter, 14 cups sugar, till light. Add 3 eggs Jeaten light, j teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, 1 cup chop ped nuts, xi cup raisins blended vwilh flourr 2 cups o'atmcaU Put nuts; oatmeal and rajsins through' meat 'grinder. -After thoroughly mixed, 'add 2 cups flour sifted twice' and 1 teaspoon soda dis solved mAfyi tablespoons of boil ing hot water. Drop on cookie pahs"byteaspooriflul and bake. 5&wrbL -A, i ,--'- -a onifci m...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 December 1911

F r. BRITISH LEADER' PREDICTS A WORLD-WIDE ASSO CIATION OF LABORING MEN J. Crinon-and Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 5. An in ternational association of labor ing men that will include the. workmen of every civilized coun try, is predicted by G. H. Roberts, whip of the labor party in the British house of commons. Mr. Robberts, together with J. Crinon, of the - English associa tion of mill operatives, attended the recent convention here of the American Federation of Labor, as fraternal delegates from Grea Britain. Mr. Roberts will remain in "the United State's for seve'ral weeks and" will then visit Cana da. ' - : " "In England' he says, "the laT r G. H. Roberts. bor party is striving for home rule for Ireland, reduction of the .hours of employment in shops and mills, pensions for aged and disabled working men and wom en, and the abolishment of spe cial taxes. "Our purpose is to render the lives of working people comfort able and healthful. .We shall not rest satisfied until all are "well housed...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 December 1911

tvry- vr t NEWS ABOUT CHICAGO NEWSPAPERS The all-wise editors of the or gans 'of special privilege are now telling labor -all about , it just what to think and just what to do. Here's a sample from the Chica go Daily 'News, owned and pub lished by Vjctor F. Lawson. who is also the real owner of the Record-Herald, and who wants to own The Tribune, too: "The great service to labor which Mr.Steffens has performed is the bringing about of a situa tion which enables labor to 'find itself.' Thus it 'is given the opportunity- which it must not fail to use to the fullest extent, to re ject and. repudiate, now; and. for ever the lawbreaker who commits foul crimes and defends them on the plea that he is 'making war' in labor's- interest?' Suppose we admit all of the argument, why not dose the I goose with the same sauce as the gander? . If Lawson is owner and editor of The News and actual owner of The Record-Herald, why not print an editorial in both of these organs of Big Business, issuing a...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 December 1911

,-ry.J- '1" "V cago newspapers have , spme of these public policemen detailed for their private service. It ap pears on the records at the city hall that two policemen, are qir duty at the office of the Chicago News and have been for 16 years. The oher- newspapers each have one or more policemen' de-, tailed for their private- service, 3ret paid for out of public funds. . Why, not, put these policemen on duty protecting ' frriman life," instead of the private property of a few privileged persons, rich enough to hire "their own watch men? And then .have the police de partment investigate the lawless sluggers . and wrecking crews I hired by-thenewspapers. i . A)RAILROAD SERMON . v But Itk 'a Good Sermon for -AlTof Us. I-. '-- ';- Cdurtesy leaves a fine flavor discourtesy a "bitter -taste. "' Courtesy makes- friends and friends-make business. If you must fight wtih some one, joiri the army. The railroad service is not a-training school for corribativeness: The men at the top are' unifo...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 December 1911

n:g jfr yp,tFB'ygg 'U."1P iW - JV W-. CONGRESS" ISIN SESSION f .-- . . From the New York Mait , " " " -o-6 - ". Keep the Bread FresK. ' !' .Bread "boxes, lined with brown. paper will ke'ep the bread 'from molding 'because the paper wilh absorb any. excess moisture. The paper should 'be changed fre-' quenu' the loaf is cut.'through the middle 'firs't then cut from. the center to .ward the -ends.' Place the cut 'ends. together, thus excluding. afr. " . o o ..Muffs aredined with satin-and .chiffon' to harmonize with the Bread will keep much- fresher if)'. colbr,of-the.fur, -- . f - . ' v' 45Y &&S.L -utL

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 December 1911

SECRET FUND SPENDING, PUZZLES HAMLIN. &&??-, MEs?J-'.$ty& Courtney W-. Hamlin. Washington,D. C, Dec. 7. Representative Courtney W. Hamlin, of Missouri, has started an inquify'in congress as to how and why; Secretary of State Pie lander C. Knox spent last year $483 every day of the year out of the SECRET fund of the state department, which was $60.37 every hour during the average working day of eight hours $1 every "minute of every such day including Sunday . One and two-thirds cents every time ,f he clock in. thestate depart: merit building ticked. "I hav.e found enough out about this SECRET fund said Ham lin, "to make me anxious to know how many thousand dollars has been spent on portraits, pleasure trips; DOLLAR DIPLOMACY, increased salaries, and othep things that congress never conr templated should be paid from the SECRET fund." Congress appropriates $90,000 a year for this fund; last year. $200,000 was spent. ' BASEBALL ANTEDOTES By Billy Evans. This was -asked duri...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 December 1911

WSrpfnT'm HOMECLASS EOR:BUSBANDSTANDUPt While Sleetli Gives -aHot-.Little'Tdlk on bearding, thieJ-.Gookstove hvlts Kitchen, , 4. . --! fi pWsSs 3HkjSb. 2fi' KJ-i j js&if?. jjMJBBBBr Start With. Boiling Water.- ByDanaSleeth., It is surprising how many sons of women can't' cook the simplest breakfast in, an emergency. Any man that'has sense enough to earn a livings at, anything can cook a decent meaTthe'fi'rst try if he will just "consider the thing "a new job, and use his, good sense. .Too many" men tackling house work, for 'the .'first -time are" whipped'.before.they. begin. It's easy, nothing dark and mysteri ous about it, just dig in and do it. Thebest'part of if is. 'that you.'ll lrke"it; probably when you get' "ji j J? ',. hjt., &kit . i , ;. ; y , 2 -., U& ' -i v' . 2 2$

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 December 1911

B9?r'T " wl f RV" f ' v ""., S T! JS" ajJ j y Sv- over the first shock of the dive "into a cold and mean looking kitchen. Put the kettle on with just enough water in it to make the coffee. . Cut about two slices of bread per head and put them in the oven and don't let them burn ! Put on a pan of water for your poached eggs. Now cut your bacon thin, put it in a fairly hot skillet and fry until it is whet e you personally prefer it. Watch it; don't burn it, or let it sog in half-hot grease. And as soon as it'is done, put it on a hot plate in. the warming oven. Leaving bacon to get cold in its ' rease ruins lots of digestions and empers. Put your eggs into, the pan of boiling water and leave them a minute or two or three, as ,you like 'em. Take them out care fully, with a tablespoon. and put them on top of your toast. Now take your boiling wateV in your kettle and pour it over the dry coffee in your warmed coffee pot, using a tablespodnful of cof fee .to each qup and one for the pot. T...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 December 1911

rfflpwyffWMij w i'-asBrtifnr,v-j( -ycYr-r y 'l Itis no harder tp coojc a'gopd breakfast than it is to. spend half an hour cussing the cook or call ing in 'the neighbors; andwhen 'summer comes and the family Jgoes on a vacation you wonthave to worry down fretful dishes in hot and smelly; restaurants, un less you hanker for that sort-of -thing. - ,. " 4 'CYNTHIA GREY'S' PAIEY CORRESPONDENCE ' '(1) There is a young man,who .pleaded if or my love for. six years. I never cared. for him until about jsix months ago. I started to go with him, andthen he tried1 his best to make a bad girl out of me. T3ut he knows I am a good girt, so 710W he says, "Let's.quifcgojng to gether. "I am an orphan and he lsiatgreat deal older than I. .Tell me how I, shall act toward Kim, "whend meet, him.1 And' alsogive meyour'caridid opinion of this man. I have no one to' whom to tell my troubles but you, so please advise me. (2) I had a girl friend who would tell falsehoods all the time and said I was too slow f...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 December 1911

i 3a THE VAGRANT "" Ye men of peaceful .quietudes And city-girded schemes,. ,Who never heard a wind at night Fill up with lonely dreams -Awed by the little trail ye wend Among the plotting marts, Ye pity me whose life must run The way of roving hearts. But o'er the hilltops-of the' world Through sun and rain I roam, ,With every living thing my friend, t , With every place my Home Ye tread the guarded days of earth, Ye see the fireside shine , But mountain, star and lonely night And'flaming dawns be mme ! j I see the far horizons lure With ever widening goal, . I set my face into the storms J f That pacify my soul; I play where silver rivers I run . - ' , T Junm ri the cnn f rAnd round my sleep a" bird, a flower, , Make melodies for'Gbd. J Ye tender .pilgrims whose 'r . . ,delight Grows round a city door, How shall ye mate with earth at last . That ye knew not before? 'But I ah, I shall be at home When, to the dust I pass, the crowded sleeping quarters. of batleships is purer than th...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 December 1911

T tf- 2iS;V,33Wv"'': l OSCAR AND ADOLF IN CONGRESS ALSQ IN THE "FLOP" HOUSE; i"- s , ii : 7T i ; r iBCEse, VERS S1&3 DER SECOND dLLEY :TrfjK tmswU NOD I ! viufY ft) 3 7B ' a!ss Kop ' Lr J WMINjJ ' iK MOM ? JK HQQges X Jo Urn i .1 , . i i I I . .-n ' '"l " N I I SIX O'CLOCK If 1 ' P i ai i ru it II "a "L v jak,. -i i m mM

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 December 1911

'r I " -v?-, v " f-f Resign for colored lineitbag, axiJristmas gift 1 " r- SUGGESTION ' - hi .The girl or matron who has -nimble fingers and likes to sew .may make linen bags for Christ fcnas gifts., They, may hold fresh .handker chiefs or soiled ones; clean linen collars and cuffs may be tucked &way in them, and they make at tractive work bags whether for glain or fancy sewing. Colored linen makes a pretty' , -s.i gold center, the-leaves brown and the border.green,. t After outlining each-part'dam it "back and forth with thread of the samecolor as the outline. buttonhole the eyelets for the draw-string, using if possible, a cord; of the same color as that used 'in the bag -itself. To transfer tmVdesign, clip it from tile newspaper,and h,old it 1jkf bag. After shaping sew it to gether on the edges.'trace the ac companying design either on the bag itself or on thin tissue paper. If the latter, it is basted to the bag andtom away as soon as the fihen 'is-outlined. 'The heavy lines...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 December 1911

RtaijiiuHHii ,yr rpsg-' 9 5i , B- tBeht at any stationery store for a few cents a sheet. v - CONSTIPATION By W. C. Cotton, M. D. t Carthartics NEVER cured any body of constipation. .On the other hand they have brought chronic constipation to many who have depended upon them in temporary trouble. .The best treatment for consti pation is a mixed one, coverings food, exercise and regularity of habit. The food should be.of a laxative character and should contain plenty of "roughage," or wood fiber to act mechanically upon the intestinal tract. Eat brown bread; cracked wheat, bran and all, fruit, particu larly dates andvfigs, prunes and raisins' and salads with plenty of olive oil dressing. . Take a regular and persistant exercise. Walking is good, but it should 'be supplemented by spe cial calestheriic "stunts," espe cially bending and 'lifting to strengthen the abdominal mus cles. Endeavor to fom a regular habit as to stool. Give your bow els a chance to act every day at the same time....

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 December 1911

PPPWPWBP i. Tg,3r fgtjrr Si THE BI&INS 'OF WORK By Berton Braley;. Ixtalked-of "common workmen" ( and .of all our, "unskilled, labor," And I patronized 'the skilled ones in a condescending way, I looked upon the masonj-who','.it ha'pepned, was my neighbor As a very common; person Iwho was' working by the diff ; ' ', .Yet I spoke "with awe, of people of "remarkable attainment" (Who had. won'-a legal, battle br-a literary .prize) But I, never really sayvied wha .the .workman's, kind ofbrairi' meant Till "I tried to' toil a-littlerand I suddenly was wise. " ' For I planned tQ build ahencpop and a sortofi heater to it With somer simple pipe connections an,d a very simple drain, lY.et I puttered and. I spluttered when I-started in to do it . And I botched the business plenty spife of all my stress'and strain; iThenl hired a "common' workman" of the sort that I.had slighted, And-'he lbpked TnyTienhouse oyer anclhe smole a gentle smile, 'And with quick and, certain labor ,all my awful ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 December 1911

pf'?I?w?"v CONCERNING THE ATTITUDE OF ORGANIZED LABOR TOWARD THE McNAMARA .CONFESSION George L. Berry, president of . the International Printing Press men's and Assistants' union, and fraternal delegate to the British Trades Council, is in Chicago on business connected, with his or ganization. He made the following state ment concerning the attitude of organized labor toward the Mc Namara confession : "Inthe confession of the Mc Namara brothers I ' cannot see that any great change has taken place in the situation in so far as organized labor is concerned. "Organized labor cannot be re sponsible for the actions of bne or two of its members any" more than the church, a fraternal order, or any other constituted association. . "No fair minded person.will for one second consider the case as one for which labor is responsi ble, because the labor movement presents arid sponsors the highest possible standard of law-abiding citizenship- "We are opposed more than any""other part of society to...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 December 1911

frnmrnfrnmmfmm rr-vfgp THE WRONG DOOR By Frank H. Williams. As the door ominously closed behind him and he heard the lock click, Harry Askew realised, with something approaching a feeling of fear, that he had entered the wrong door. The spot where he stood was in total darkness, but he had the feeling of something alive and deadly near him, in a little panic, which he could not control he turned frantically to the door and fumbled over it, en deavoring to find and unfasten the lock. The lock he found in a moment, but his efforts to unlock it were in vain. At length, after he had assured himself" beyond any doubt that exit through this way was im possible, Harry took a fresh hold of his courage and crept forward cautiously. Again he had the feeling of someone, or something, alive and deadly, near him, watching him and ready at any moment to, pounce upon his fear stricken body. Presently Harry felt the wall which he was following come to an end, and further investigation showed that h...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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