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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 8 December 1911

"'rpr green began to show among the crumbling shale of the little ledge, has really seen the violets that grow there. But think you these violets are any less rich in their color ing or less delicate in their veining, any less graceful in their lines or less prompt in their waking in the spring because none of us ever goes there to see them? Don't you fool yourself. Whether or not you come and look is as immaterial to the violet as the phases of the moon's of Saturn, are to you. ' ' . What, then are violets made for, if not to be seen Or smelled or bought and sold or preached about? , y Not for anything that directly concerns us; you may be sure. To work out some secret destiny of their own perhaps, but certainly not merely toj)lease us, orto give us texts for serrnons, or to be worn over the hearts of our women. Fact is, we don't know what violets -are made for. And never will. Perhaps violets know, but be sure they wont tell. This, toois one of life's minor mysteries. INTERESTINGr...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 8 December 1911

.L,t,-l AiimFiremvf 1 ,and fold to -go to county hospital. Never reached there: Police .-searching for him. Charles O. Harding, proprietor of moving picture show at W. Madison and Harlem, held up and robbed of jewelry worth .over $1,000 and two rolls of films. Badly "beaten. ' R. N. Tashyian, restaurant owner, 413 N. Halsted st, threat ened with death in 'Black Hand letter which demanded $1,500. Ordered to bring money to Lin coln and Cuyle'r aves. Fire in building at 851 N. State street. Tennants fled to street. Damage to building and stock of millinery company occupying one floor of it, $2;300." Firemen' think it work of incendiaries. Two new suspects arrested in Kaufman murder mystery. Police refuse to give names. ' .n n -p- i Ml I 1 1 I 1 U I THE FVNHH MAJ do 300NER TOOK. THE CENTER otTHE. TME THAM AVoKECAUD OUT FROM THe SECOND RoW, IF ROCKEFELLER. IS WORTH MAfW MIUJ0NSOF DOLLARS, WHAT 15 Nlcfi i.0lJg WORTH?" 'yHAT BURNING? - THE BENEFICIARY By BertbnBraley, -Mayor Gaynor'.of New...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 9 December 1911

?3 v"r7vwil THE DAY BOOK I "PSYPHir." RF.F.F TRUST ATTORMFYC RFiwnvc Hf ALL WELL INFORMED MEN FROM JURY 500 SO. PEORIA ST. ,e398 Vol. 1, No. 63 Chicago, Saturday, Dec. 9, 191! TEL. MONROE 353 One Cent 'J. Ogden Armour Converts. Court Room Into Branch Board of Trade In Order To Put Through Very tn Psychical Deal. The work of attempting to get a jury to try the Beef'Trust was slightly interferred with today by the fact that J. Ogden Armour hada "hen on" at the Board of Trade. J. Ogden actually attended the trial today, but having'theafore said "hen on," he was very busy. Probably J. Ogden needed a corner of wheat, or catle, or'sheep or some, little thing like that Anyway, you can't expect an important man like J. Ogden to be too interested in his own trial on a criminal count not while he needs thejnoney he can pile"up by Board "of Trade transactions. The attorneys for the, defense still were psychological today. Yesterday afternoon, they be came extremely so, and leniently explained ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 9 December 1911

debates. JKelley admitted he had. The psychic influence then led Payne to inquire if Kelley knew the meaning of the Republican party, and a few other little things like that, which nobody on earth knows. At the end of this psychic ques tioning, the defenses used up one of its precious peremtory chal lenges on Kelley. You see, the psychic question ing had demonstrated that Kel ley was a fairly well informed man. -When the door had closed be hind Kelley, Payne began to la bor with John D. Brown, a con tractor living at 4414 West Van Bur en. After half an hour or so of psychic questioning, he uncover ed the hair-raising fact .that Brown read French and German Tiewspapers. Whereupon, Payne held a' whispered conference with the other legal advisers of-the Beef Trust, and then used another not psychic but very peremp tory, challenges. Thus getting rid of another well informed gen tleman. The exact meaning of the word 'psychic' is a thing you can argue about fpr hours. But from the general...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 9 December 1911

McNAMARA BROTHERS REFUSE TO TALK; PREPARE FOR JOURNEY TO PRISON Los Angeles, Cal., Dec. 9. Defiant to. the last, John J. Mc Namara and his brother, James B., prepared today for their jour ney to San Quentin tonight. Every demand made on them that they tell what they knew of the alleged dynamite conspiracy fell on deaf ears, and culminated in a sensational scene in the jail. Oscar Lawler, special prdsecu tor for the, government, "became enraged over'admissions from In dianapolis that there had been friction between the federal au thorities at Los Angeles and the Indiana city, and demanded that the McNamaras "come through." J. J. McNamara became angered at the attitude of Layler. "What the h are you try ing to do?" he demanded.. "You have been an agent of the govern ment a long time, but whether you are an agent of the Steel Trust or otherwise, I can state frankly that, so far as I am con cerned, I will not confess. Why should I?' Freedom is nothing to me." As a result of the developm...

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. — 9 December 1911

and Assistant U. S. -Attorney-! General Oscar Lawler, in charge of the federal investigation at Los Angeles. Miller claims that "Indianapolis should be made the center of the investigation, and Lawler is standing out for Los Angeles as the base. Washington, Dec. 9. U. S. District Attorney McCormick, of Los Angeles, 'conferred with President Taft at the White House today, and it is believed made a direct report to the presi dent on the dynamite plot probe.- Officials at the department of i justice-continued.-to- maintain the secrecy thrown over the govern ment's movements against the dynamiters. It became known! however, that Assistant Attorney General Harr, who will have charge of the investigation, is now in full possession of all the evidence. McCormick gave Harr a sched ule of evidence in the hands of the federal authorities in Los An geles. The hurried visit of Dis trict Attorney Miller, of Indian apolis, brought in the mid-western data. WHEN THE McNAMARAS WERE SENTENCED V ' Cro...

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. — 9 December 1911

OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE . 200 miners are entombed in mine at Briceville, Tenn., near Fraterville, Tenn., where, 700 miners were killed by explosion in 1902. , "We voted together all the tiine," said Mrs. Gideon Prazer, Taculia, Wash., after serving as jury "man" on same jury as hus band. Defendant's in jail. ' Mrs. Lillian I. Gardner, N. Y., trying to recover alimony amounting to $15,000, accumula tion of 28 years at $12 a week. To pay his wife, Lina Cavalieri, $70,000, ex-sheriff Bob Chanler has borrowed $200,000. , What's Bob going to do with the rest. v Barber in Springfield, Mass., provides instrumental music while wrecking faces of patfons. ,. Chief of Police Young, St. Louis, js lacking in "appreciation pi dramatic art," according to Gertrude Hoffman. He made Gertie's Russian dancers put on some' clothes. - Burglars broke into store of J. A.'Dietz, Aljton, 111., drank keg of Tjeer.and ate four quarter kegs of oysters. Dietz'says he'd have given 'em the refreshments ju...

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. — 9 December 1911

w son has left Zion City tp become an Episcopal minister. " i There's no law against kissing in the Episcopal church. Police Commissioner Dough erty, N. Y., advises women shop pers to carry money in their stockings. Don't they? Wilhelm, known Under alias of "The War Lord" until recent trouble with France, has pinned order of Red Eagle on breast of our own J. Pierp. Morgan Pierp. might use it to dazzle eyes of Stanley committee when it gets too inquisitive. .N. Y. Jury has decided that man can not hold woman in his arms for two hours without car essing her, not when the woman happens to be someone else's wife, anyhow. Andy Carnegie sang Scottish songs in tenor voice at annual banquet to his "young partners." Rather hard on the Scottish songs. Department of Interior has is sued orders that no visitors to Yosemite National park shall be allowed' to carry cats. Who in thunder ever wanted to? Lillian Belle Bogue, author of "Expatriates," loudly declaimed several years ago that all men un...

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. — 9 December 1911

' -vim J? t-TlErjnf -pvi1'"' -f ""j' iv,iiy jr-'TirTj' Twvfi" Doc Wiley "says he's the'mian who sees that food is pure "as far as the 'Supreme court" will let me," Which ain't very, far, Doc. Why don't you enjoy i.winter in California?" asks they Chicago & Northwestern, railway. Because we haven't got the price, if that's any satisfaction to you. . r Superior, Wis., police have is sued orders forbidding drivers to use whips on kids. attempting to catch rides on sleighs. They are "superiors," are they not? , If you let'us up this time, well never do it again. Thomas A. Edison has evolved "concrete furniture," by means of which newly-weds can' furnish a home for $200. But Tom, all brides don't have to move every once in so often ! Sam Chesley Drew, who weighs 457 pounds, has returned to his happy home at' Dover, N. H., with bride weighing 278. Had to have 'hay truck to carry them from station to home. t But think of the beds they'll need, and the baths ! - William Kenedy, Miner, P...

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. — 9 December 1911

" Square, New York" stuff. That Kent, Conn., men who has sue"d street car company for $200 because he waited two hours thinking a red light hung over an excavation was an approaching car. HOW TO QUALIFY AS BEEF TRUST JUROR How to qualify as a juror in the beef trust trial : First Be psychic. Second Don't be a farmer. Third Learn how to wiggle your ears. Fourth Suffer from an epi demic of thought wayes. Fifth Be able to tell what a beef trust lawyer wants you to think by watching him make a face. Sixth Don't be a working man. Seventh Don't under any con sideration have any objection to a '"reasonable" trust. Eighth Accept the beef trust attorneys' definition of "reason able." Ninth Be able to answer a question 4,000 long, and made up entirely of long words, without batting an eye. Tenth Be able to sing "Every Little Movement Has a Meaning All Its Own." Eleventh Study the diction ary for several years. (This is very important.) Twelfth Have a kindly feel ing toward "business." Thirtee...

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. — 9 December 1911

' V NEWS ABOUT CHICAGO NEWSPAPERS When the Chicago .newspaper publishers organized their secret trust, the organization was very carefully thought out. Business, of course, was the main consider ation. Sec. .1, of Article 6, read asLfollows : "A special committee, , known as the managers' committee, con sisting of the business manager 'or other designated employe of each stockholder, shall hold monthly meetings, for the pur pose of discussing matters of common interest and to take such action in specific matters as it shall, by UNANIMOUS VOTE, deem necessary. Sec. 3 provided for monthly meetings of this managers' com mittee, and Sec. 4 provided that the luncheons at the meetings of the managers' committee should be paid by the association. .There were two sections to Ar ticle 7, which read as follows : ' 1. In case of disaster 'by fire, water, wind, lightning or explo sion by which one of the stock holders of the Association shall lie unable to issue his or its regu lar edition or e...

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. — 9 December 1911

is given that- the offense will not , be repeated." This was the beginning of the arrangement of the newspapers to gel absolute control of the news stands in Chicago, and to enable them to control competi tion", or prevent it. If a news dealer or newsboy did1 anything the publishers djdn't like, they could put him out of business by UNANIMOUSLY refusing to Jet him handle their papers. Rule 15 read as follows : "Stock holders shall not individually con tribute directly or indirectly, to any trade-union organization not employed in newspaper offices." There were other rules, all il lustrating the" trust character of the organization, but these will answer for the present. They il lustrate how the publishers' trus.t started oiit years ago to get a grip on the local situation. Much has "been done since then. After Hearst's papers and the Inter-Ocean got in, the situation was apparently cinched. Although the people probably imagined that they owned the streets and sidewalks of Chicago, t...

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. — 9 December 1911

F'gWjywyt'Hitifrgr.y x ,? -w,- Tff nJpw j .lj -THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT - i . During the ante-Christmas season fhere are thousands of small "? ways m wnicn one may practice a true nnstmas spini. They are easy of performance and mighty jn results. Let us De patient with 'the weary and overworked clerks in the stores, toiling through -long hours without a breathing spell. In the rush of things how easy it is to make a mistake, to sp'eak a sharp cross word, adding, to the already heavy burden. And how worth while it would'be, and how easy, too, if we were to resolve to find no fault, to speak no anger, -to smilingly accept the little annoy ances as an inevitable part of the Christmas worry and hurry. Let us be patient-with the street cat conductors, who are trying to please thousands of tpeopkj each with a different point of view. Let us give up the cheap satirical sneering word it is so easy to hurl when things go wrong. Let us remember that things, go wrong with other people as well as o...

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. — 9 December 1911

T 'ONLY NAUGHTY PEOPLE SEE THE HARM." Miss Dorothy Taylor. New York; Dec. 9. Skirts 6n bathing suits are only in; the way thinks Miss Dorothy Taylor, the young New York society woman whose abbreviated "costume on European bathing beaches last summer shocked many Ameri can visitors. Trousers or trunks' are less clumsy. "Only prudish, silly people, with naughty minds see the harm in. a skirtless bathing suit' she says, "when I go swimming, I go into, the water,- and I wear silk trousers, or trunks and a long silk jersey,' which reaches almost to my knees." London has 6,000' miles of wa ter inains. " IN THE LIMELIGHT Martin W. Littleton, congress man trom Loionei Roosevelt's district, and whom W. J. Bryan classifies as a 'thorough-going re actionary' has made a stand against the classical black mailers,' who have so little regard for our leading statesr men that they will come right out and tell what they think about the 1. s. What prodded M. W.' L. was the accusation that he was a 'li...

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. — 9 December 1911

-- fMr-fVr f tr T -Tj.. PRQBLEMSi OF A YOUNG HOUSEWIFE-MAINT AINING-V THE PROPER SORT OF SOCIAL POSITION The problem of maintaining a social position, particularly in a small city or in a special neigh borhood of a large city, is so gen eral today that the title of Irving Bacheller's novel, "Keeping Up with Lizzie," has rapidly taken its place in thV national' slang. "Keeping Up With' Lizzie" is the race "to be abreast of your neighbors"" the endeavor to con form to social standards which to force her interest in affairs and connections fhat wilLbe Heal thy for. herself. andprobably val uable, for hr husband. - But the girl' who remains in the same 'town or, same neighborhood where her.girlhood was spent will find that one of the 'difficulties of her' marrie'd' life will com& from her effort, to hold frjends ac quaintances ;and general -social standing in equal degree with her . t ' - V Young Cpuples Are Too Often Self-Sufficient. "demand more money than the racer is able to aff...

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. — 9 December 1911

den jolt against the unexpected rainy day and they have to take a fresh start with their hard earned wisdom. An eastern girl who recently married a struggling young doc tor, in a little western town re ceived the condolences of a visit ing friend with amusement. "I'm not really missing any thing," she declared with hones ty, "for we started at rock-bot- lom and weve been acquiring something every day. If I were back home I'd be miserable try ing to keep as well-dressed as the other girls. I'd be sorry for my self every time I missed a ball or ope'ra. But out here we give our time to more important and im mediate matters." If the girl "back home" had the courage, however, she could do exactly as well for herself and her husband. Even if she has social ambition, she could correlate it to her environment and financial cir cumstances. Entertainments that may not seem expensive in ' themselves bulk large upon a yearly account and associations that demand large expenditures are not always...

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. — 9 December 1911

' "'-"pr-rt W T-WFt-jl ijft'1 lt"'J'y';m'grtJ?jy WptZW" "" - vv xyh'ich tliey may send- their frejght, which1 'they are unable to transport themselves, but out there there is no other road, and freight is at. a standstill. That, if nothing else, will beat the com panies and win the strike for us"." Mt. Kline and Rev. C. H. Doo little will leave Chicago Sunday for a trip over the .lines, visiting the principal cities in' tHe strike zone. . BASEBALL YARNS' By Billy .Evans. ' Umpire Jack Sheridan ' holds the record of having"put a player, not only out of a gamej but out of tb.e major leagues. - "Tip O'Neil was a vWhite Sox qutfielderJn 1906, doing -good work. To provide against emerg ency, the Sox bought Pat Dough erty. The team was in Boston when Pat jpined and Fielder Jpnes had no thought ofplaying him regularly. k 5 Early in the game O'Neil was but trying to steal second. He thought the decision wrong, and said so. "He never touch ed me," shouted O'Neil. "He did," retort ed Sheridan...

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. — 9 December 1911

2:'A FEW GIFT SUGGESTIONS. FOR THE OLDER FOLKS-A ReA If you wish to make a Christ mas present for your aunt or uncle, grandpa or grandma, or some dear older friend, here are a number of pictured suggestions. The real friend loves something - from your clever fingers. The card-case is made of a scrap of lace, 6 by 3 inches, the edges from a bit of satin, feather- - stitched to the lace. Cut out two pieces of heavy cardboard, each ZH by 3H- Cover one side with satin, making a pocket y2 inches deep, on each side for the cards, from a fold of the material. Over hand these two sides together at one edge on the wrong side. - Baste a piece of satin or silk, 24 inch wide,.bn each side of the lace and featherstitch down. Turn in and 'baste the edges of the strip, . making it the same size as the covered pieces, a-triflc of fullness at the middle, allowing it to open .easily. Overhand lace and satin piece to foundation and finish edges with a fine gold cord. A charming card-case may be made f...

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. — 9 December 1911

L FRIEND LIKES SOMETHING FROM YOUR OWN FINGERS made, make another of black until the canvas is covered. Cover a piece of card board, the "right size, with the finished canvas, and covering with a piece of glass and another piece of cardboard for a back, frame with passe-par-tout per. j. ne nanuKci cuica cti&c j uiauc i uiu u. colored handkerchief, 1& inches r-'uare. Wyjm?7tFr Fold over as shown. in the illustration, making an en velope. . Cut a piece of cot ton to fit inside when dou bled, cover with silk 'or sateen, and sprinkle sachet between layers -of cotton. Make button and loop to fasten flap down. The chinz cover for a. small ironing "board, the board being 18 inches long and 8 inches wide, is "made like a large pocket, a flap folding over at the top. The case is bound with tape and has a loop by which to hang it. A square cket on one side is for the ironholder. Pad the board and cover as for an ordi nary ironing board. This makes a use ful little present for a travel...

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. — 9 December 1911

S"5!Mi P"P J UlE MAN WHO WHISTLED rl? By Frank H. Williams. f Maribel Olds was puzzled. Her pretty forehead was creased by a irown of thought and her pretty IipS were pursed in speculation. Was it merely accident that made bashful Harry Cochran always whistle some sentimental ditty when he was near Alice Brown? Alice and Maribel were insepar able friends, 'and consequently Maribel was intensely interested in any love affair of her chum, and then well, Maribel had a tender spot in her heart for Har ry herself. She decided to put the question point-blank to Harry. . He might answer it or not at any 'rate, he would become delightfully em barrassed, .and .Maribel took an unholy, joy in pestering him. Consequently, when Harry passe'd the .two girls loudly whistling, "Wont You Be Man Honey, Baby Mine?" she releas ed her arm from Alice's engaging hand and advanced to Harry. "Harry," she said, a mischiev ous light in her eyes, "is it be cause you're "crazy about Alice that you whistle those...

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