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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 4 November 1911

It may be- th'at what Has already been done is only.a starter. It is possible that Mayor Harrisoruand the Civil Service Commission intend to go clear through with it, ' 'i ' ghat's .the case, then something good for the people of Chi cago will be'-accoirtplished. , . . j But the crusade wont amount to a tinker's dam unless the in vestigation goes ;to full length of the Vice Commission report and g gets after the department stores, the factories and the inhuman con ditions which are primarily responsible for much of Chicago's vrce.r Inr other wofds-get-at the MEN who profit by vice in all its, s hideous forms. - OTIS, GENERAL MANAGER, IS CALLED AS A JUROR IN McNAMARA CASE' a, He Also Expects tbBe-a Wit-ness--The Judge Keeps on Favoring the Prosecution Setback for to Burns Bunch at Indianapolis. ' -. lios Angeles. Cal. Nov,. 4. Ha'rry Chandler, '-general , man ager of the Los Angeles Times, Son-in-law of- General Harrison G. Otis, and, one of the chief" wit nesses for the state, 'was'...

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. — 4 November 1911

cannot predicate challenges intel '"ligently urltil . they know just what action is likely there. Should the state win in Indiana by the government taking over the evi ' d'ence and then turning it over to the . California authorities, it ' might not have to utilize as many peremptory challenges as it would if the contrary were the case. "" This is especially so in the cases ' of several jurors now in the box who, while opposed to the, de fense, are unalterably opposed to circumstantial evidence in capital cases, so that they would vote td 'Icquit McNamara unless evidence df the most positive character Were produced. , The defense is also depending upon this, especially in view of the fact that Ortie McManigal's evidence could hardly remain in the record should the state not have on hand checks, vouchers, etc., seized in the offices of the iron workers to substantiate the charge of conspiracy. Beginning with the decision in ""the case of Spies, the Chicago an archist, and following a...

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. — 4 November 1911

'dealer, on a single answer ma'de 'during an examination . which lasted three hours. In deciding - the cases of Jurors Winter and 'Frampton, in which he overruled the challenges for cause1 inter posed by the"defense. Judge-Bord-A well severely arraigned Attorney Darrow for "segregating certain answers and' therefore predicat ing the "newspaper "interview in wuicn ne anegeu uias, on isolated statements instead of op the, en tire record." Throughout the entireexamin- ation, Blenkiro'n insisted he was perfectly fair and had no con scientious 'scruples against capi tal (punishment- where -the evi dence was circumstantial, unless such evidence was' very weak. However, he admitted) "he might .have told a story to a friend ofa supposition case where circum stantial evidence was ihjproper -and on that Fredericks based hs challenge, which Bordwell allow ed oyer the bitter protest' of the defense. ' ; - This added 'to the animus ex isting between the attorneys and fhe court, the defenseimmedi...

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. — 4 November 1911

wmmmmmmmmmmmm for use until aftej-- the highest judicial tribune f in, Indiana, has finally passed, on-the case. Attorney Rappaport said this afternoon' that he had. no idea how long it would be before action would be -taken by the state supreme court The complicated situation in the Indiana courts respecting.the books and documents in the In ternational Association of Bridge and Structural Iron Workers, held as. -evidence by the state courts in the dynamtiing cases in volving John J. ad James B. Mc- JNamara, was turtner intensihed today when the sheriff failed to obtain the evidence as directed in a replevin proceedings instituted by the iron workers, Prosecuting "Attorney Baker ,admitted knowing where a part of the alleged evidence was, but Judge Markey notified the sheriff that- the articles vwere not in Baker's possession, but were un der the care of the court, al though, he has entered a record surrendering them to the United States authorities, who desire to make a federal pro...

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. — 4 November 1911

o ' JUDGEJHIMES ARBITRATES. NEIGHBORHOOD . QUARREL WITH JUDGMENT OF SOLOMON No Crime to Go to 5-cent Sh,ow With Ugly Man Carpet Beater Is No Weapon of Of- ' fense. t t . Mary Sullivan and Elsie Mont forth have lived side by-side on the West Side foe years. But not in peace and amity. Not at. all, and their troubles culminated in a trip to the Maxwell street court and a session with Judge HjmesL Court was over, and the judge was issuing warrants to outraged cjtizens., "Couple of women to get a war rant, judge," said the court bailiff. Judge Himes peered over his glasses and realized with the knowledge of long experience that he was confronted with a neighborhood squabble, and an other female .snarl had to be un tangled. ' : "I suppose each )o you wants a warrant for'the other," said the judge, intuitively, "Yes, your honor; you see she " chorused both ladies ex citedly. "Stop it; stop it?" cried the judge. "You'll bojh be having trouble with me, in a minute. Now, Mrs. Montforth, I'll...

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. — 4 November 1911

V Sifc- Vi A? &- thinklbat woman said to me?" The judge expressed polite mystification a's to what Elsie said, and muttered something about "not' getting- home, to lunch, at this rate." "Well, judgej-that woman says to me that I'm a cheap -woman; and that I went to anickel show with an ugly man. Honest to God, she did.. And then I hither." The judge tried his darndest to appear appalled at such a terrible indictment, but the effort was a failure, and the smile started with him and spread-toall the coutt at jtaches. . "Now, ladies," said the judge, "you have ha'd a little trouble, but Fm not 'going -to givt either of you a warrant. I don't -want you to fight "any more. Elsie, you musn't criticize "Mary's friends, and it-might be-well for you, Mary, to get a handsomer man, and attend a ten-cent show.' Go home and forget' Jt 'Court's adjourned." r , T ' And the judge's private 'aver .worked dove of peace hovered over the two erstwhile belliger ents as they left the. court arm in ar...

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. — 4 November 1911

- J-.-" V 'WIRE:nFABDYEKffiERaRSITSirS.TATE y "V" r? " .. ' N i " ry il" ,siuAojawiQoogitiga.vJ"CLbp- cp s- - 1- . J J- This k'a,plcture"cif tliegrand throne in the. emperor's" palace -,.' T'rtin.fhelbrbiddencity,Pekin,hina.:I Cottoriscf dpfc the -tygg.es t eye, probably, t Gd1 &ing Cpjbtcm apd. Old KmgCojriarehe; -best old kingrs thaeverrwFC-bt)n Cattle, disease bap.teria, kept by ' a-Gernian scientist-iyears, lived : all that tiine. But who wants to ke-abacttfria."- " Jv.4, ?ir ... . . " vi AtoiLiefeffLt tMArfjMaitoiliimi,tt

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. — 4 November 1911

mmmmmssmmmmmmmm 'ALL NATIONS CRITICIZE ITALY'S MULDERS - Terrible Slaughter1 Under 'the Guise of War Creates Bitter " Feeling. - .London, Noy. 4. Italian cruel ties in Tripoli and wholesale mas sacres of men, women and chil dren by' Italian troops in North ern Africa may lead shortly to a concerted demand by the powers that Italy observe the rules of cilieed warfare. . JPremier Giolitti's denials of Italian atrocities in Tripoli have failed signally to eradicate the impression, that no civilized na tion has 'ever waged such a terri ble slaughter under the guise of war. J Englisti , correspondents have been' bittejr; in their condem nation; of the orutalfty of the Italians. - - England, in common with Ger many anp Austria, is preparing to notify Italythat her conduct of the war isJJ9t(?leif able. - Austria, Italy's hereditary' foe, is said to be on 'the point of threatening armed intervention. ;if the mur dersafe not stopped. Germany, always friendlyto the Turks, is aroused at the re...

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. — 4 November 1911

P?77 r - r '': -, ' -. PROFESSOR PETER . One day Peter ha'd been .partic ularly growly and grumpy ' and grouchy and thatswastlie,day;it happened. (f ' y'-',. "The trouble with Peer'jwas that he thought ft ratHer "clever to wear ascowUnstead of:asmife and perhaps- he deserved -the scrape 'hgot "into,; but;ft was rather harrt'nn h a Vi i md 1 :''"' - - -tie grojv i - whined and ran "up an alley, turn ing and lookingfbaek. ''Hullo," said' Peter, "he 'wants mcto fol low him," and Peter did sp, which shows" he was really a good fel low after- all." -'' - The Yellow, i Dpg led him to where a wfiite"hoTses5tqpd hitch ed toV closed cab; but' without a driver. Then the.door-of the cab flew open and atftyrg,' hairy arm sprung outj grabbed 'Peter around the-bodjrand yanked him -into the 5' l ,-A-' V ' - ' - f" .Tl,i-- O "; have been th,e Reason the Yellow Dog thought he: was laughing." tYou;"have tnjoticed' that,, when a dog is playing, with youjand.is perfectly havppy-ahd delighted, he usuall...

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. — 4 November 1911

4. ii "yBBtammmmmmmmmmmmm m phalt and "stone and brick and Tf then over- a dirt - road 'as 'Paul 3"J'Could tell from the sound.At last m the cab seemed to be running oover something soft like leaves 3 and, the cab stopped in the midst of a wood. On a tree was a sign r -board: , . . " ? ANIMAL .COLLEGE Under, in and around the dif "' aerenf trees we're the offices of tjie faculty. 'President Lion's office "r was in & cayeDr Serpent had h,is , headquarters in a. hollow Jqg, w hile Professor, 'Bihnoccupied a-a brier patch. ' ' v s It was a very good school ,and tC the animals -had learned many Y things.' 'Most of 'them could hurij - and some Coujd fish. They :ould construct homes of various kinds. a The birds knew geogtaphy so well that they coqld tra'vel from their summer Residences to their winter homes without the lest x difficulty.' The monkeys was a gtfwon4erful acrobatthe lion could 1 roar like an orator, the serpent , could hJssJike an auditor, but tl none of thehi could lau...

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. — 4 November 1911

now' fating" them. If yoti are a matron of several years you still sigh at the .memory of 'many "difficulties you' first endured. - ' The" Day Book. sympathizes with The FYobJemofthe; Young wif e-. lt sytiipajlhies, sa.sincerely thatv practical .aidjstto "be eriven heYlQrutistpage. Starir Monday, The T)af BpLok,w;llI print at , brief ihteiivalsaunib'ec of short arti esping'to' aid the 'young woman rv"has;justm entered matrimony.. 5 The subject's to be discussed are sh3llliye,tthjjome)theywill'chbose,the" furnishings of- t,he kitchen, ' ?i&8H deal of "h'aush'bld' accounts amLsociakduties. r 7f- McwfyatTJielllay of the Young ttjusewifeand sseif ydu'dombl getlfelp. . , . , fc ;xorr jPAY.CffiJS TpiOUR WIVES if 3 " Jet y v .system.- cQmDUlsory-bV'.law. . t hceJpodouhtjtTiatomen who Teceiye regular allowances ' qyt pf ihejrVhuslsand.s' mcome arejiappier-and better-jr6vided'than , inoewno ;jeverKnow..wnaifiney can counx pn, ana, especially, man 111 LI1C UJUSC, Wllii JldVjClU ctSKllICU ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 4 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmm 4 "J THESE ARE JOKES -HONEST ' Maidl "Please mum, tjiere's a man atthe4oor with a wooden leg." "We don't want any today; thank you, Sa.rah P U ADdlflS GENTLEST OF SO ULSjUNWi- Girh "My father made his- fortune when he was a young man, would you like to know how he made it?" j Youth: "No. But I should like to know if he still has It.'.' r "Sailors have sweethearts at every port." 'ffNo wdnder they stay at sea." . Two telephone girls from different exchanges, had a chat over the wires. Both were going to a garden party on the following: afternoon, and what they were going to wear vexed tHem. At last 'a riiasculihe voice corii pelld one of -them to turn her '"thoughts to other things. "Are you there?" the voice yelled. . "Are you .there? Hello! Who is that speaking? Who are , ' 'What line d'you think' you're on ?" demanded the girl. ." " "I don't know, tyit judging from ail I've heard, I think I must have got-on the clothes line!" 3 ' " v I "Are you ready to Jive, on tny ...

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. — 4 November 1911

(ttingly Stirs stirs up a patriotic son of Italy vK . I iftESOME DOSE FWS "" It' W T MV -: -1'?'' ;5Ru.u aey I n-orj..i, v :s Nice vons. I T aes PSI""" ' ' ' i i ., ' BEE5-AC),chuMPj W INSULTS ME" 4m. frnxtt "" , at r2 ; .

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. — 4 November 1911

Atoy's-LAndii WuJ..JNpv,4.-r , r, . ' v, r. ',',;- ."JET"' '" 38 TdeerConstant ,16a-Sea5,?cfvrr andLJohti Yost, bus& V . VT0 UW " '"J" irien 'ofiH&ISmtrtU&N: ft SPW W1C1? ?n. WaTO ?e sure nawm never nave'.ineDiooa I" ..rv,t "- V ,r V --? ""-It ol a-yellow creature qn,ni naqas dnsotlicitedi'' 'Besides; 'fie v.will Wt mqre-deer.' . ?- 3 " , .t ., , Mistaken Steelnian ness were killediiji iV&ljarm Jarvjs .of thp ramp illnrpWwawitifliiirpfl.iRon an .qttjniiSedli Jointer 1 fired at them in thqps.rnearyieVg., ' rs.iiu so i(iejaugiij:er nas.giar- ed; ' WijitTiekt'monh.,thp northern woon:s.fomthe.'tlantic to thePaci?willJbeifull-of deer hunters" and4, thenewstpaoefs'i-will likewise beJull"c(f stories like the one-above' ,, ;- , "Shoot. wheneveiiJyouse any thing move" is the, foolish mjaxim whiqh liesibacloo'f'ninexoutof ten of-these homicides!" '" The rea.1 hunter has another rule "unless -you know'.posijive- "-- " . ' --. - .Td -protect himsea man' cah dpt'a; fethrog. Bfe ....

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. — 4 November 1911

IPPRMML U.MU.J J JIM VVJv-vv ifcrv-ii Jv-va" 'vV,V-vVArvv'V--v v-viYy-wa' T, . , ... ,T". 1V ment. it its a aeer moving; at a man's pace he's your venison any-' how. ' Much has been said and written about -the peril added to deer hunting by a modern long range' - rifle, which is rot. The high Ve locity, soft point "bullet will break up quicker pn the tw$gs and branches it is bound to hit than the old slow, soft lead. , Busman's worst enemy ihjhe woods is whisky whether under Jiis belt or the other fellow's, . If s the whisky-excited terider- fpot who pulls off most of the v klllihgs the tin horn sport "who .turns God';3 great' temple into a t hiding place for a debauch he dare 'not put oij. at home. " - If you fjnd a camp of "sports" in your section move. 'on if you rcan. If you.can't, give it outcold 1-that any man shooting your way . had better make it a center shot the first time, for yoivwill slioot back so long as you can see and -pulh trigger ., " 4 , If you exercise ordinary ...

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. — 4 November 1911

h V rWy- r -i- aoTrpr-nr-vzr-irS-yv yVry OU-TBURSTSOF- EV:BR&TTTKUE A t i - -A - - - .' :K .r tf.tr.-i V jj j-n . ' L r-i r ) ??--. Vi rAY-A ?, ;. dunp-jNTOid. FW QFYOU PW HpmS EVmYTME J'TRYTO GET OFF fl, STREET " CRRt AMD K fl GHZ HFffES WHEHF. 7 ,FJL E ., .' PROTEST J with j )rojux r.-:,., - ' ' Tl ' 'A German explorer has- dis covered a South American native 'tribe which' regards eating - in?, public assomethingltorbe asham ed of. ' - - -- " iJKSKtkf' '" Bk?v helpsaraenQyertp pay his men lss'rponiDyicalling'it ''salary' ' LiOTAvaies , Diplomacyisthat' s&fl ivhich instead "--Siarrdpi.tiiTiagazine 'myites Taft toJs"peafcia -reassuring word for business? QRJghtin"his.lin&, 5?S 3 v jT asl j '41 ,V, V ! Va . r 'ft ? ii MMMMAMMMaMAMU

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 4 November 1911

m MELVIN VANIMAN- IN 'HIS BIG- AIR BOAT WILL' ATTEMPT TO CROSS ATLANTIC IN FOUR DAYS Combined horsepower, 280 Investment, $100,000. Diameter 47 feet. Length'258 feet. Three engines. JmEBSBm&fsigmS&!x. WIIiiwMHlMBHiilBiMlMlikr-: IliiiilPi&Kv&ii Melvin Vaniman Looking up 'at -His Air-Boat The Big Dirigible "Akron" .Emerging Prom the Hangar. Daring Aviator-Has Ingenious Device to Ballast With Sea water is .rceaay ior inai Flights. Atlantic City, Nov. '2. Vani man will cross the Atlantic in the dirigible balloon "Akron" this fall.- Vaniman says so. ' Sneer, at gas-bag navigation of the air if you will. But talk to Vaniman ten minutes and be. con vinced thair the foth'comtnc: " -- - .-..j.

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. — 4 November 1911

HJ.J"I"'IWW HryWvwvP trans-Atlantijcjexpeditkn"is..one in which-the-most prtiderit-of nien might engage ,wjth.out (ear-, ?'l; "We'lPciW; Jthis jime,',' says Vaniman. VThebniy questioni& how long-it will take usy'I4 expect to 4rjaker-the-vayage-in'iow'r-days. But we have food for. 13 days;and gasoline for eightdays.'1 ' Yaniman's 'steady c filueJeyes softer Ore with hfs eVrnstn.'eSs. They h&Jd and .convince yQU.tie tias a' shock of tawny 'hqirr jHis tough', cfos.e-knit itixpej !een- uft 'def the huge'perfecto-shaped air ship, makes ypu tKink'of.aNqrse man, a .y iking. ? .' ' The airship WastohiSihgly beautiful ' for1 " a" thmgp so ijuxC From ''beneath,', "as "she -is"' hefcl down'jn.her n'gar" byJahUiv dred anchors, shVapp'ears.like an oceaji leviathan in" dry dock-.' , t Thousands of separate pieces were ewn. together tofarmtthe bag. The dimensions of each had to be, calculated in tfi'e jia'ttern. Yetio nicely wasuthisdqne.that there is rib ta wrinkle, ahqllp wor a bVlgetoma...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 4 November 1911

m place of gasoline and food-weight lost or go up so High we would freeze to drath. And thV ocean is full of ideaf ballast water." Wellman's equilibktor (cans of gasoline strong into, a line and dragged through the waves) was clumsy. '- Vaniman now proposes to fill the emptied gasoline tanks builf under the floor of the car) with sea water, and also emergency tanks in case great" expansion of gas occurs. 'The hydrolevator will do this. It consists of a series of six galvanized iron buckets, the cone-shaped bottom pf one fitting into the neck of its neighbor, strung , together" and' 'dropped into the sea and hoisted to the ship by a donkey engine. The buckets are emptiedTjy hand. The "Akron" haS two sets of .bier ptopellersr quite' close to gether a little forward of amid-" Ships. .The second pair may be turned by a- lever so as to propel the ship up, down or.straight ahead. The total of '280 horse power, three engines, may be set to work turning the four propellers. "I want to make ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 4 November 1911

twt'' nut pti,i ?fi -- rtnmur 'Jules !Bottcher, pilot; Jack-E, Ir win, wireless .operator'; -Louis. Loud, chief engineer and His as-istantr-Geprge Riffard,-and Will-? ard Seiberljng, son of the man who-furnished-. thefunds for-the venture. , . - ,. - The 'Akron' cost $60,000 and -a is the" largest .dirigible .of its kind ever-built in this country.- -It is agar-shape,d ? and equipped ' with two, propellers on either, side One of the propellers on each side is moveable,, so that, ,is may be used to drive the airship in any direction. "THE' NEW TOWN HALL" IS HOPE OF THE PEOPLE TO i WIN' WAR FOR INDEPENDENCES-SAYS W. A. WHITE the!;dld-Town-Hall;Won the War for. Political. Independence and - . -Mmn. tVif.'-'TJpw fine the. School House-1 Will :" , --By William Allen White. A century and -a half ago there was a stir on the: Atlantic sea board.3 -biscbntentand unrest were aboard.' Men and women were talking too mucn to, suit tno.se wno wwi shi'pped .the God of Things as They Are. Theragita...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
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