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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 7 December 1911

Eope to see you again sometime." "Thank you," said Harry. . "But at present," the girl' continued, "I must ask you to excuse me. Now, what I want you to do is this go home in the cab which I will have my servant call." v "Why why," cried. Harry, utterly astounded, "is this really all you want me to do? Don't you know this is a most unusual ending for an adventure of this kind? I never read a story in which there was such an .ending after such an adventure." "Well," the -girl replied, arising, '.'you can hardly wonder at my making the adventure end in this way when I tell you that I am how on my way to a meeting of the 'Society of. the Amelioration of the Commonplace,' of which I an? president." .And shejbowed Harry 'out of the room. ..." TO FIGHT PRACTICE OF, UNLICENSED DOCTORS Springfield, 111., Dec. 7. Medical school graduates and. other young men who ate preparing themselves for physicians by acting as assistants in hospitals- in Illinois, but who have not secured 'licenses to pr...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 7 December 1911

T 'r!?!S!I'' : y ; "- o o '. . - - ' NOVEL SKERT HANGERS Useful and pretty skirt hangers .for Christmas gifts are madey'of'pieces of ribbon four inches longand rather large nickel1'1 rings; which are, closely crocheted. over .with silk the color of -the "ribbon , The ribbon-is 'neat'ry sewed to one end being hemmed over a safety pin. Twoof. these are needed for each skirt andare pinned to the skirt,. the rings hung over hooks in the closet' These little hangers can also be used on'coaW ' " ' : 7 . Jt'lL U- ' 5

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 7 December 1911

T-Ttfj ! " McMANIGAfc ON STAND; GOMPERS AND RYAN itf , CLASH OVER DISPOSITION OF McNAMARA FUND Ortie McManigal took the stand today "before the federal grand jury at Los Angeles to tell what he knows of the alleged dynamiting conspiracy. ) Samuel Gompers, president of the American Federation of 'Labor, and Frank M. Ryan, president of the Bridge and Structural Iron Workers, quarreled in Washington today over the "disposition of the remaining McNamara defense fund. Ryan left Washington just before the meeting of the McNamara ways and means committee of the "A. F. of L. was to have, been held. He took an eastbound train, presumably for Indianapo- Earlier in the day, Ryan had. stated definitely that he would at- , tend the meeting.Gompers locked himself in his, office, and refused himsejf to newspapermen. - The McNamaras, both "through Clarence. Darrow and through their jailer, sent out a message that on no account would they tell anything they might know of a dynamite conspiracy before...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 7 December 1911

.r-i-jv.- W- ,!l?"WP"B!P!wppiiPfW York, made another attack on Samuel Gompers. "If Gompers be innocent, why doesn't he explain how it happened that the day after J. T- McNamara's arrast, he came to Indianapolis and voted, with others, a fund for McNamara's defense. "Those labor leaders were there for a jollification over five dynamitings that were to have taken place at Detroit, but which failed, because the place was too well guarded. "And jiow does it come that when J. B. McNamara. offered his guards $30,000 to let him escape, .he told them the American Federation of Labor would pay it? Burns also said he quit the McNamara investigation at one time because he had spent $14,000 of his own money on it, and was re fused reimbursement. According to present plans, the McNamaras will be taken from the Los Angeles county jail some time. Saturday. They "will be rushed north, by 'automobile to some way station on the Santa Fe railroad. A special train will be waiting there for .them, and w...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 7 December 1911

'';"' -ff-1r, 'w WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO TODAY Edward S. Murphy, 410 Ingleside, chief clerk for Chicago Belt Line R. R. Co., aTrested, charged with embezlingVver $5,,000. Inspector Dorman, Desplaines street station, and Lieuts. Howard and Ambrose, two of his subordinates, found guilty of neglect of duty and discharged from police force yesterday. Charges of a similar nature are pending against Inspector Revere, Capt. Baer and Lieut. Hanley of the No'rth Side, and 12 plain clothes men of Desplaines street. "Sixty-one men arrested in a raid'early today on pool and billiard hall of W, P. Mussey & Co., 67 W. Madison street. Charged with violating police order compelling such places to close at' 1 a. m. , Roy Harris, 156 W. Harrison street, rescued from river 'this morning at Rush street bridge, by two men who formed human chain. Taken to hospital and revived. 7udge Kavanagh last night blamed defects in law for prevalence of crime over.country. Step to the head of the class,...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 7 December 1911

up J5c& t " J IE f :. near MadisonJWisVb'lewlout.gas n Oxford 'hotel -last night. .Will recover. "-'," " """-r" Albert Hayden, retired Hardware dealer,'. 4-32DrexeK blvd., died of heart c disease ,oh Indiana ave. cac'today. , z - , COLOR-MNEON WARSHIPS ' Miss Dorothy' Loud." ' Washington, Dec. 7. They're drawing the colon line on -warships, now! Nextlif will bVlead pencils, pr'obab'ly. : ' ." ' MissDbfotliyUoudjtdaugh'ter of" a Michigan congressman, found-out about the warships t'other day when she .applied for membership in the United States Navy Sponsors' association; cofnposed of women who have broken champagne bottles over new American fighting machines. Last January Miss Loud christened the Neptune, the biggest vessel Qf her kind in any navy, of the .world. She heard' about the sponsors' association arid applied for,membership. 's Delighted, of course, said the committee. Just for form's sake they investigated Miss Loud's qualifications. ' , C Horrors ! She had spon...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 7 December 1911

sr-' Vn V !, Ifcg; VHff-SS55 EVENTS OF INTEREST FROM ALL OVER Herman Koch, Milwaukee, swallowed his false teeth. Aspiring surgeons cut out the teeth before Herman died. Geo. V. Steck, postal clerk, Si Louis, says an' "irresistible impulse" made him steal registered package containing $25,000. Gedrge will be given opportunity to study over just how irresistible that impulse was in a federal prisbn. But the pity -of it is, .that George has a wife and nine chil- , dren. Isadora Duncan, dancing on Parisian stage, couldn't understand sudden burst of applause until she realized gust of wind had blown her costume off Lady in audience threw Isadora a muff. Mrs. O. H. P. Belmont formal ly opened her suffragette lunch room in N. Y. yesterday. But she took own lunch at home. Mrs. Mary Schaidt, testifying in Detroit divorce case, said she was mother of 24 children, none of 'em twins. Then she didn't understand the laugh when she added that she lived on Roosevelt ave. Denver waitress: saved up t...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 7 December 1911

r ," -t;uxwfr7V I I I I II II I B II I . -" , v JS.-V- Fjtxr-, young hunter friend, John Piedro, to try his skill with the rifle on. John dfd. Selma will be lefthandedJn the future. Gardens Agricultural school, Los Angeles, has instituted .course in matrimony. Buffalo railroad detectives shot and killed Joseph Popowski,, Chicago, because they thought he was robbing freight -cars. Mae Clark, 22, Milwaukee, and Hugh Tierney, Okauchee, Wis., went skating on Oconomowoc lake. Their bodies have been recovered. Seven known dead and 21 injured result of collapse of new building of Prest-o-Lite company, Indianapolis. Sam R. Maxwell, Lowell, Mass., sentenced to life for murder of wife on testimon' of mother-in-law was pardoned' yesterday br Gov. Foss on request of (same) mother-in-law. Former Mayor Hurley, Salem, Mass.; says if enemies can prove stories about him, they are spreading, he will shave off his whiskers and wear straw hat until he dies. , Shades of Columbus! Chas. W. Morse, Brookli...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 7 December 1911

- s?f- pn Hesire-to explain that the appendicitis was in the Doc and his offspring and not in the "different cities.' Belgian liner Zealand arrived in N. Y. after 12-day crossing with report that not one single drink had been bought during passage Mother reprimanded Pauline Orahood, 17, Columbus, O., for borrowing 60 cents. Pauline drank carbolic acid, and died. Fourteen Arabs were hanged at sunrise today in Tripoli Italians say they had fought for their homes. (Arabs have no business doing that, you know, because the king of Italy formally annexed Tripoli.) Nellie Dowell, 11 years old, was arrested at McHenry, Ky., charged with murder of playmate, Ethel Kirkby, aged 12. Jacob Randall, inmate Oklahoma poor farm, received legacy of wooden leg from A. P. Hamilton, another "pauper." Jake did not think much of the legacy until he. found $10,000 hidden in- , side leg. " John D. Robbafeller has re- , signed ".officially" meaning John will turn his back when he draws down dividend? hereaft...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 7 December 1911

""TI(KV.-ir'"C Trti-&- ""'' " " 't " '. ; THETkAITORS . V: .' ? . -V .TT i " (The McNamara 'brothers haye''pleade'd"guilty .News-Item.) - j When, the leader"proves a-traitor -to the honor ki his" cause, " t -' When he stoops to sordid.mftrder in the night, a ' - When he breaks the-trust men'gavehfm and he breaks the nation's ' . laws .'"') ." - It is well that all his deeds should. come" to light; ' It is well for men to know him inthe-blaekness ofihisguile, ' ' t It' is well his evil ways be'-urtderstood, .. ' f r But it doesn't smirch the honor of th'elo'yaLrank and. file i2 And it doesn't hurt the cause if jt "is 'good I ' . .J " "" L , And a traitor's but a traitor let him,:suffen fonihis-sin, Let him know the wage of evil-as he 'must! r, " 3 For the arm'- of the workers will be "marching on'to-win '$ z j When the traitor's only unregarded dust;V " "'r . Treason cannot stop its progYess, ripr can failurcbring despair , v To this army from the workshop andthe soil, t ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 December 1911

B55 T THE DAY BOOK Uo .500 SO. PEORIA ST. 398 TEL. MONROE 353 One Cent Vol. 1, No. 62 Chicago, Friday, Dec 8, 1911 HOW THE CITY LOANS ITS POLICEMEN TO : ' PRIVATE INTERESTS ' Police. Records Show That Officers Detailed to Duty in the Interests o Taxpayers, are Special Guards" at Chicago Offices, - er two years ago. The duty they, perform is not specified. Oh 'the Record-Herald' premises there is but one guardian, paid f6r by the city. He played no part in the arrest -of one Dowdj an"1 employe of the Record-Herald, who was fined $200 for anassault on a Tribune newsboy. " The Pdst is a perfect lady, and has but one city-paid guardiaq and he has' been 'assigned there but three months! , In the record there is no meij tion of a man detailed at the Tribune, but on the first page yesterday that paper admitted having one man detailedthere for, special duty." And to cap the climax, offered to turn him over to the city any time the city asked for him.' And they magnified into a virtue fact t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 December 1911

! th"e. Trib pulled off witfi ttie school board, are hot allowed to hang around the doorways. , In -spite of the fact that a policeman has been detailed at the Evening Journal for 18 months, it took two detectives from the Maxwell street station a Week to find a driver for the Journal, who slugged a newsdealer at 12th and Paulina about a mpnth ago But one man is at the AbendPost, the.German daily. That finishes up the newspapers, but there are several other funny twists in the,report that are not generally known. One man is detailed on detective duty with the Metropolitan Elevated railroad. And the "L" actually pays the city for him. Well, that's all right, you say. Sure, but in the next line of the report is the following entry: Tiernan, J. R. ; with Metropolitan Elevated railroad; with collector. (Free.) And practically every day in some branch of the municipal court the statement is made by a judge or representative of the state's attorneys office, that "the police department is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 December 1911

B(3B'yr,CT!'rBW5; '" n s ir'li'f e"- v"'!; "rts""T7; b'reak up the gangs of circulation sluggers and wrecking crews employed on the newspapers. The great domestic problernr "Where is my wandering boy tonight?"' I: ONE KILLED, TWO FATALLY INJURED, IN BATTLE BETWEEN U. S. DEPUTIES AND RAILROAD GUARDS Memphis, Term., Dec. 8. In a .running battle betweenfive U. S. deputy marshals and 10 I. C. railroad guards at Nonconnah Creek yards early today, Victor Benner, a guard, was killed, and Capt. G. W. Dillawas deputy U. S. marshal, and Charles Coleman, another guard, were fatally wounded.United States Marshal J. S. Johnson said today the shooting occurred following an alleged fight between strikers and strike- HOW MUCH IS 'KISS FROM -' MARGARET WORTH? " St Joseph, Mo..' D,ec. 8. There's a slight difference between Misfe Margaret .Bender and W. T. Maget, a wealthy farmer. 3 Margaret says a kiss-r-one of her kisses is worth exactlv $2,'857.14. Maget says some kisses may be worth that much, but...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 December 1911

-??mv$j:w$'Txit 7",.res7?wS i ih'eir wives from the room during -the process of- sampling? Maget, who appears lo be bitter about the matter, says he hopes the jury sample the kisses. He says if the jurydoes, it will award him damages. Overdoing it. A ,mule,. although he plays some irick, Will work when in condition';. But when a man starts in to kick It takes his" whole ambition. Washington Evening Staf. o- THE "TEAM" THAT PROMISES TO GIVE PHILADELPHIA A CIVIC CLEANING UP Hfltak. jHiHf&lHBB aR This picture was taken at the inauguration of Rudolps Blank"enburg, the reform mayor of Philadelphia, and it shows "Mr. Blanks enburg, the other member of the 'team" that is expected to-reform civic affairs. Mrs. Blankenburg is an ardent suffraget and promises to do her part in bringing about the reformation the Quaker City; has voted for after 40 years of corrupt government. -. 0 O ' . . -4 A horse-dealer complained to a magistrate that some malicious person fiad cut off his horse...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 December 1911

teirpiffr' fT-"1 FV -W ' V L-C. STRIKERS HOLD BIG MASS MEETING SPEAKERS SAY ROAD READY TO GIVE IN RAP PRESS An enthusiastic mass meeting of 1,200 men at Grand Crossing, Turner hall, this morning, was the answer of the striking members of the system federation on the Illinois Central to recent statements of the company that the men were returning to work, and that the shops had their full complement of men. President W. J. Kline of the International Blacksmiths, and ofhe'r speakers scored the newspapers for 'perverting the facts to the cost of the strikers, declared the company was sending its agents among the men and seeking to get them to return to work, and counseled the; shopmen to stand firm, as the road was in bad straits, and would soon have to give'ln. "This strike is for a principle," said Mr. Kline, "and we're going to win. System federation, is the only way, and the way we will do business in the future. The road has to come-to our way of thinking. The recent cold spell hi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 December 1911

W. J. Burns in the aftermath' of ure. He said that ultimate sucthe McNamara case was an effort ce'ss was assured, and that the to disrupt organized labor, rolling stock of the company was "There is no place in the unions in bad condition. He said the for the McNamaras," he said, crucial time in the strike had ar"But Burns is not sincere in his rived, and declared that after talk of 'higher ups,' and the pa- his trip over the road he was pers are not giving us a square more confident than ever of not deal. far distant-victory for the men. The attacks on Gompers are Reports were read from differUnwarranted. If Burns had any- ent points in district affected by thing on him he wouldn't try the the strike, all declaring that the case in the newspapers, where he men were not dismayed by "the knows he can secure a favorable claims of the company, and conVerdict. Those weren't his tactics taining a long list of accidents to in the McNamara case. All of engines because of incompetent these n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 December 1911

tv:-" park. a So Rosemary nearly rubbed her little nose off against the misty window panes, gazing out at the drenched streets, and wondering if it were possible to bribe the weather man. Until at last she had an idea. It was such a good idea that she clapped her hands, and fairly danced her way to the kitchen and the idea. She would watch cookie prepare dinner, and learn how to make all the goody-goodies that cook mysteriously produced. So that when she grew . up, and got married, and had a home of her very own, she would be able to make some one very happy. Now the cook was;not at all the kind of cook you see in the funny pictures. But a nice, kind-hearted cook, who allowed Rosemary to get in her way just as much as ever she liked, and told her how everything was done. So Rosemary forgot all about the rain and the misery outside, and was very happy indeed. Until suddenly she heard the very queerest sound coming" from butside. Rosemary's eyes grew big with wonder, an dthen she dema...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 December 1911

kitchen. They all gathered around the fanny little bundle on the floor, and stared with all their might, a'nd then laughed when the baby crowed very loudly indeed, and made a grab for Rosemary's finger with the chubbiest of pink hands. Rosemary was allowed to feed the baby with a spoon, and Mr. and Mrs. Hollister went upstairs to decide what they were going to do about it, and the servants all stayed in the kitchen, and got in cookie's way, and completed the ruination of the dinner, and declared that the baby was just the sweetest ever, and that it must be all of one month old. Pretty soon Rosemary went upstairs to see if she could keep the wonderful baby Santa had sent her, and as she passed through the hall, she saw the' white, anxious face of a girl pressed close against the glass. The girl was very young not more than 20 and she wore a long black coat and big "black hat, and there was such a pitiful look in her eyes, that Rosemary ran and opened the door. '- "Are you looking for...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 December 1911

"AWlpE'.'"'1 fg T v'f NEWS ABOUT CHICAGO NEWSPAPERS The average reader in Chicago probably imagines that Chicago newspapers are foes of trusts. Biit that's because he doesn't know that the Standard Oil company, the steel trust and the beef trust haven't cornered oil, steel and meat as the daily newspapers of Chicago have cornered publicity in Chicago. YeaVs ago, beforei Hearst broke into the Chicago field, the Daily Newspaper Association was formed. The members then were The Tribune, The TimesHerald, The Record, The Chronicle, The Evening Post, The Journal and The Daily News. They got together and organized what was called the Daily Newspaper Association of Chicago. The first article of the by-laws read as follows : "Certificates of stock of this association shall be signed by the President and Secretary and shall bear, the seal of the Association. "Such certificates shall be deposited with the Treasurer as security for the faithful performance of the contract entered into by each s...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 December 1911

the stockholder interested to the hoard of directors of the-Associa-tfon, for recommendation as to the position which such stockholder shall take in the controversy. If the adoption of the line of action recommended by the unanimous vote of the board' of directors shall result in a disturbance to his or its business by strike, boycott or otherwise, then all the other stockholders of the Association 'shall, upon demand, render to sthe said stockholder all possible assistance and co-operation, regardless of loss or disadvantage resulting thereby to themselves. The penalty for refusal or failure of any stockholder to render assistance as herein required, shall be Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00)." ' That is the way the publishers', trust started out. This agreement banded the big publishers together against labor unions and even against newsboys. If one member had trouble all he had to do was to turn his trouble over to the board of directors of the trust and do as the board dilected....

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