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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 11 December 1911

If there 'were a hundred "real friends of labor in congress and only half as many labor men -in the various state legislatures the war waged upon organized labor by the steel trust and its erectors' association, as- well as other em ployers' organizations, would come to a speedly end. And that is what the "result will be in five years! Mark the pre diction. Human nature is mucji the same the world over. Organized labor in Australia, Great Britain, Germany, France and other coun tries has passed through the same experiences that the union work ing people of America are now having. Powerful combinations of capi tal attacked the workers' organ izations, atfdythey were harrassed by unfavorable laws, military and police brutality, strikebreakers and agents provacateurs, bomb throwers in their own ranks and other obstructions "'and discour agements. Worst of all, in most countries the workers were whol ly or partially disfranchised; and were compelled to use physical force to'gain.the rig...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 11 December 1911

7? i j j i ipi"wwFpwpvw woman 'bu.idds;tjp fine business as a dealer in . " C" ''" CHRISTMAS -TREES Miss'Mildren Brandon of Cin cinnati isa wholesale- dealer in Christmas tr'eesj cEy ery. recurring holiday seasanjcarjgadjs of her trees are sjiippdt6;$ew York, CleevlandVantl Qtli; Reifies. She has built:a ugTessfTilifbusinesson the pleasant thougfitVof Christ mas cheer. Her work sprang-fofm a small Miss Mildren 'Brandon. beginning. As a-girl, her home was on a farm in Tenne'ssee. Its fertile acres were fa'r 'outnumber ed by those of unproductive rooks and. evergreens. She decided that evergreens were valuable! - With the aid of a small bi other she fellecTa number of trees and hauled them eight miles to market in the" nearest large town. From this small venture, Miss Brandon's wide trade' has grown. She says her success lis due to strict attention to details. From the first, a business promise stood for trees delivered promptly and in good condition. She soon outgrew local .market in...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 11 December 1911

wKmmmmmmmmmmtmmmm Miss Mildren Brandon of Cin cinnati is -a wholesale dealer in Christmas tregslfEVjjry. recurring holiday season tcarjbads of her trees are shippd;t:$iw York, CleevlandVand otjiej -ies. She has built: a sqGVljbusinesson the pleasant thoughtiof Christ mas cheer. t Her work sprangjfrxJm a small WOMAN 'BUILDS.TrP FINE BUSINESS AS A DEALER IN . T 'I.': CHRISTMAS TREES of trees and hauled them eight miles to market in the nearest large town. From this small venture, Miss Brandon's wide trade has grown. She says her success is due to strict attention to details. From the first, a business promise stood for trees delivered promptly and in good condition. She soon outgrew local market ing, and began to contract wih city dealers. By this time the home evergreen trees had been exhausted, as well as those sold for neighbors. , Miss Brandon branched out. Her stock still comes largely from the Cumberland valley. Every year she buys a 40-acre 'block of land studded with evergreen...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 11 December 1911

V EVENTS OF INTEREST FROM ALL OVER Secretary of War Stimson says if war were declared on U. S. to day, country would be caught ab solutely unprepared. , Well, YOU are secretary of war, Stimmie. Sarah Bernhardt says she's a mother, a grandmother and a great grandmother, and that she is not going to marry again. Frank" Daniels, Pittsburgh, died today of injuries suffered in football game Nov.Jl8. Mrs. Evelyn Smith, East Greenwich, R. I., only woman jailer in America. She .has held her job for 30 years, with record of only one escape. New York Sun and Hearst dailies busy trying to- prove Woodrow Wilsotf would steal pennies from a blind man. Which tends tp make us be lieve Woodrovv might make a pretty good president. ' Republican National commit tee meets tomorrow. Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their party. -By not having themselves renominated, for instance. A. C. Brice, former U. S. con sul at Matanzas, now comes for ward and deposes he warned gov ernment that...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 11 December 1911

wmmmmmmmmmmmm EVENTS OF INTEREST FROM ALL OVER Secretary of War Stimson says if war were declared on U. S- to day, country would be caught ab solutely unprepared. . ' Well, YOU are secretary of war, Stimmie. Sarah Bernhardt says she's a mother, a grandmother and a great grandmother, and that she is not going to marry again. Frank" Daniels, Pittsburgh, died today of injuries suffered in football game Nov. J8. Mrs. Evelyn Smith, East Greenwich, R. I., only woman jailer in America. She .has held her job for 30 years, with record of only one escape. New York Sun and Hearst dailies busy trying to- prove .Woodrow Wilson would steal pennies from a blind man. Which tends to make us be lieve Woodrov might make a pretty good president. 1 Republican National commit tee meets tomorrow. Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their party. -By not having themselves renominated, for instance. A. C. Brice, former U. S. con sul at Matanzas, now comes for ward and deposes he warned gov...

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. — 11 December 1911

PPM"aVWV"PPV old, has retired because.; .rfl50 years of work 'is enough for anv man." Bill has $80,000. Now go out and have a good time, Bill. Robbers pried out gold teeth of Frank Stowell, Spqkane,' Wash., and overlooked roll of $750. - Mary Coyle, Cleveland, O., dy ing of blow from burglar she sur prised riflinfi trunk in her home. Lincoln penny saved life of Jo seph Herman, N. Y. Penny was in Joseph's vest pocket, and de flected course of bullet fired at him during row in Bronx. But the next bullet didn't hit the penny. Rest in peace, Joseph. Progenitor of all 'the lobsters, 50,000,000 years old, discovered by some, scientific gink in moun tains of Bohemia, according to Boston dispatch. We do not wish to appear scep tical, but it's passing strange that that lobster should have been found in Bohemia. Cartoonists of country should forward vote of thanks to Edison for that cement furniture hint.' Think of the opportunitv he's given them. By the way, d'you think Tom includes mattress...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 11 December 1911

TVTrs. Elizabeth Davidson, Yprk, Me.lec'ted ""preSideni of York County National bank. When husband died she showed she could handle bank affairs bet ter than he had. "I am not running this office for the protection of fools who buy land they have never seen." Tama Jim Wilson, secretary of agirculture, when asked to expose fraudulent Florida land scheme. In-that case, Jim, here's hoping you wont be running the office for any reason at all much longer. Cost of "packers trial estimated at $716,000 $320,000 to govern ment, $396,000 to defense. And then folks wonder why it is so difficult to convict rich men. The police department has suf fered at the handsof politicians, partisan papers, bad judges, vic ious and indifferent" citizens, im proper organization and weak and wicked officials." Rev. E. L. Williams. Quite so. Especially the 'partisan -papers." Although that is not our name for Willie Hearst's organs of mis information. , George W. Cook, Boston, -wants women to do the propos in...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 11 December 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmflmmmmmmmm SUGGEST. REMEDIES FOR EVIL CONDITIONS. J i ' Zt Dean Walter T. Sumner of the Cathedral , SS. Peter and Paul, chairman of the Chicago, vice commission, and President A. W. Harris, of the Northwestern Uni versity, a member of the commis sion, in . addresses yesterday, urged, through diffeernt chan nels, remedies for the evil condi tions obtaining in the city. President Harris, speaking at the First Presbyterian church of Evanston, said: ''The vice question in Chicago is a child problem. Many women who enter lives of shame start at a tender age. Conditions pertain ing to their homes are geenrally the start, although the small wages paid to clerks in depart ment stores is one of the maiiv causes that leads to the downfall of girls. & "In America we spend millions of dollars for the protection of la bor, but very little is spent for the protection of the por girls forced, to work for a living. -"It seems outrageous that the people of Chicago should stand indi...

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. — 12 December 1911

m MfBpUinii,mjtrmimtmm THE DAY BOOK 500 SO. PEORIA ST. 398 TEL. MONROE 353 -VoL 1, No. 65 Chicago, Tuesday, Dec. J2, 1911 One Centi WRECKED NERVOUS SYSTEMS FOLLOW THE OVERTIME EMPLOYMENT OF GIRLS" Atty. Brandeis', on Behalf of WqmerisJTrades Union League, Makes Report Before Ohio Supreme Court in Support of 10-Hour Law for Women. --'One hundred and forty-four millinery establishments. Forty-one require no bvertime work. ' ' One hundred and three require their girl employes.to work after Hours. i - Thirty-four Require, "no over time" after 9 p. in. -rv' .Thirty-six call upon their workers, for toil after 9 p. m. T Thirty-three' "fix no definite closing hour." These figures are from Louis Dl'Brandeis' brief before the"Ohfo "supreme court in support of the 10;hour work-day law for wo men. They are the 'result of an investigation of the millinery business made "by the alliance em ployment bureau of New York." . Attorney Brandeis has been se cured by the local branch of the Women's Trade...

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. — 12 December 1911

on the evenings do not work their girls in shifts, but force them to work continuously from morn ing until tne closing hour. The league reported to State Factory Inspector Davis the in fraction of the law by the Loftis Jewelry Co., and it-is understood that the violation of the law there has been stopped. The league is. preparing aam paign of publicity to familiarize the workers with -the provisions of the law, and girls are urged to report all infractions to the fac tory inspector. Arrangements have been made whereby a viola tion may be reported without the girl making the complaint dis closing her name. THE NEW PIANO KEYBOARD IS CURVED ' ' v S I Here's the common sense keyboard, invented by Frederick Cmtsam of Australia. Instead of -having to stretch and bend the wrist to reach the keys of the extremities of the keyboard, as the player must do with the (straight keyboard, he simply sweeps his arms in an arc of a circle. It will be noted, too, that'the keys of the new keyboard are ...

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. — 12 December 1911

' fi "T A PUP BEHIND THE NEWSPAPER FOOTLIGHTS , The Chicago Daily -News, one v V of the city's safe arid cpnservative yi advertising dodgers, in its issue irof December llwas so hard up , - for real news, that it devoted a rf quarter of a column on the front h A ", page, to the story of a cat's sui- " cide. The story was rich in detail, as it dealt separately with each one of the cat's nine lives. Nor were the parents of this wonderful cat forgotten in the telling. Of course only one is alive to bear the blame for Krazy Kat's leap into the un known, and good manners pre venting ill 'being spoken of he, dead, this parent escaped witnTa one line mention. Just as a sample of what man can accomplish when necessity or the -devil drives, listen to this soul-harrowing recital' of poor pussy's untimely end : ,. "Now, here is the strange part 5rof the story," said Mr. (Adams. ' 5. "Black Boy's mother and father I . fell out of that window several ; r--times during their careers, but al ways ...

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. — 12 December 1911

Was reduced to a stick full and sandwiched in among the adver tising "because it couldn't displace the tale of the dead cat. And any one hunting for SUCH news would be forced to meet The Daily News advertisers' advertis ing face to face. While the cat story didn't es pecially harm any of The Daily News' patrons its space filling length furnished a legitimate newspaper excuse for cutting down and shoving to rear other dope that The News couldn't en tirely ignore, and which might peeve its friends; while at the same time it enabled The News to shoot a hot thought wave over the plate in the minds of such workers as actually read its col ' umns. Black Boy (the dead tom-cat) 'was forced to do what he did be "icause of parental influence. Knowing that this was to be the manner of his death, he tried on several occasions to meet his fate' (Kismet Allah thy will be dpne). If there is no escape for a tom cat from parental influence howl can humanity hope to escape its power? If the mother an...

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. — 12 December 1911

tv -FRANKLIN CHARGES TO BE DROPPED; INDIANAPOLIS PROBE BASED ON McMANIGAL INFORMATION ' Los Angeles, Dec. 12 Nearly all of the 1,33 witnesses sub poenaed in connection with the dynamite conspiracy were on hand today when the federal grand jury resumed its investiga tion. Three of the most important are still missing. They are Olav Tveitmoe and Anton Johanssen, members of the executive councl of the California Building Trades Council, and Mrs. David Kaplan. Tveitmoe was last heard from in New York. v Assistant Attorney General Lawler says that he expects to reach the "inner circle" of friends of Jdhn J. and James B. McNa mara by uncovering McNa maras's activities while in San Francisco under the name of Brice. It is believed here that District Attorney Fredricks intends to drop the Franklin bribery charges as soon as he can do so without attracting Attention. Indianapolis, Dec. 12. Ortie McManigal's information is to be the "basis of the federal investi gation of the McNamara dyna mi...

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. — 12 December 1911

"ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING OF STRIKING SHOPMEN A large and enthusiastic gath ering of striking I. C. shopmen -thronged the Turner Hall at Burnside this morning. v R. S. Knox presided and intro duced Rev. C. P. Toesher, who opened with prayer and made an earnest appeal for the final suc cess of the cause. Bulletins from Clinton, Mc Comb City, Carbondale and Mounds, Illinois; -Paducah and Central City, Ky ; Vicksburg, Miss. ; Evansville, Ind. ; New Or leans, la., and various other cit ies giving a detailed statement of existing strike conditions at these points were read and cheer ed to the echo. V Al. l, Murray of the system federation addressed the crowd and briefly outlined his efforts to obtain financial assistance and re quested more practical-assista'nce from the general membership to make the coming system federa tion ball a financial success. J. J. Condiff of the Boiler Mak ers' and H. J. Molloy of the Ma chinists! dwelt upon the deplora ble conditions of the affected road's rollin...

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. — 12 December 1911

-WITHOUT FOOD OR WATER, HEARTEESS :CAPTAIN MAROONED BOY STOWAWAY " " Seattle, Wash., Dec. 12. Safe again in civilization after being 'left on the bleak shores of San ""Juan Island along the Pacific " coast,.- south of Alaska, because he tried to steal-a ride on the 'steamship Alameda, Albert Swan, "16, declares he has learned little ufrom hip experience Except the "brutality of man, " A' stowaway from Valdez, "Alaska, young Swan was found by Capt. Johnson of the Alameda. On the' bleakest shore of San Juan t island, miles from the nearest v habitation, wtihout food or shel ter, he was left by the captain, i notwithstanding the protest of .-the crew and 200 passengers, who reven offered to pay his fare. : "I would not take' $1,000 and 'permit the boy on'the ship," was the captain's, answer to the pas sengers. "I will make a lesson -of him." - Violence was threatened the captain if he did not relent, hut s-when- San Juan island was reach ed a lifeboat was lowered and the -boy taken ash...

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. — 12 December 1911

'"h tickled in my life as I was wHen I saw the old woman at the lime kiln.." As a resuk of the message sent out by the passengers Gov. Hay of Washington, was planning a rescue expedition to get the lad off when he arrived here safe on the Rosalie. -c- "I thought I would hide away until the ship started, and then work my way, when they found me," sajd the boy. "I didn't have any money to pay passage and I was willing to work my way, home, but the captain wouldn't even let me do that" o- THIS WEEK'S JOKES HOT FROM BROADWAY First Comedian "George Washington was the first Amer ican to make the flag.FAMOUS." Second. Comedian ''Yes, but George Cohan was the first tq make it PAY." Cook & Lorenz. Floor-walker (to cash girl) "Why don't you get married, Mamie?" Cash-girl "Say, you! the priv ilege of handing my envelppe over to some Johnny every Sat urday doesn't appeal to yours truly nix!" "Maggie Pepper.'' Jones (to star boarder) r "What was that crash I heard in your room early 'this mo...

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. — 12 December 1911

inpaTVKPJFVE VTHAT PERPETUAL YOUTH SYRUP z,. A premature Christmas pres ent to all the world's old spavs -and hasbeens, who have been dodging Osier's chloroform bot tle, comes in the shape of a state ment from Professor Elio Metch nikoff, the noted " microscopist, who believes he has found the old age germ. i- Tidings of great cheer, peace on earth, good will toymen ! c Why shouldn't there "be, with ..such an announcement" to form the foundation of a genuine thanksgiving that death has been robbed of its terrors and old age of its usual misery? The fact that some employers -freat their hjiman hirelings like "inanimate machines, v possessing "neither heart, soul nor conscience, -doesn't make them machines. Nor are such employers justified n in putting employes on the scrap pile, merely because that is the method adopted to get rid of old machinery. ' " The world owes everybody a ""living, who is willing towork for it, and increasing "age 'doesn't seem to lessen the general desire .to...

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. — 12 December 1911

r--"'VT'Tw - - ...- DON'T THINK, SHE GOT SICK TO SPITE YOU, SAYS' SLEETH TELLS HOW TO MAKE WIFE HAPPIER ' r By Dana Sleeth. Personified helplessness stalks ,on the scene in the shape of the average husband and father when sickness hits the house. And "because the average man is a big, helpless boob the wife has a mighty hard time of it. Half a woman's illness is wor ry over somebody else; a man in the house let it be the sick room. Light and air, instead of stuffy darkness, should be the sick room rule. Every minute you can spend at; home Avith the sick one, or in keeping the house ship shape, will be a good investment. A lot of sickness is mental; the mental at- M M MMMMiHMMM doesn't worry over anything but himself when his insides-miss fire. Doctors 4and nurses- will han dle the detail and give . explicit instructions, but here are;some things for the man toremember, no matter what the ailment may be. Walk softly. Flowers and fruit help a lot. If there is only; one tidyrpom titude...

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. — 12 December 1911

pJPHpppJpJpSP ' M pi I some little delicacy each night 'for the 'sick one is saving money on medicines and getting loved more every day. r Ice cream is mighty good. Every delicacy tastes better if served on a tray, on a clean nap kin, in the best dishes in the house. The finicky little toddies mean a lot to the invalid wife, and they are easy to add. Don't think'she got sick just to spite 'you. A hot water bottle is good for acute local pains, or cramps. , Anjce cold towel is good for the fevered he'a. . For a wild sick headache use a-1 cold towel, at the base of the head where the nerve cords enter the skull. , If the kid is siqket mother tend t6 the job, but,frelp put with the housework, the washing- and cooking. . " . Probably you w.ork all', day and are tired. The woman has work ed all day and is tired -herself. , Unless she wants .visitors, real ly demands them, you know, th? fewer she has until she ca'n sit up, and notice how Mrs. Jones' waist fits, the better. An alcohol rub ...

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. — 12 December 1911

F V -v.- ,! ,- .". t lBB 1- APPOINTMENT BY SEC. MEYER AROUSES NAVY , , , -3J& HARJSSZrJZMYq? Lieut. Corn. Philip Andrews. WQQ (Ssr' toats &jcvnrf& Rear Admiral R. F. Nicholson. Washington, D. C, Dec. 12. iThe appointment by. Secretary Meyer of Lieut. Com Philip An, drews as chief of the bureau or navigation has aroused the ire of navy men. r Read Adimral Nicholson was,v practically forced out of the jobl by his appointment to sea dutya as commander in chief . of the Asiatic fleet so Andrews could get,v the place. Charges of favoritism are made against Meyer. " THE BENEDICT By Berton Braley. Time was, when as the train earner in , ft I landed all alone, 7T No one, amid the station's din ' That I could call my own; But now there's some one looks53' for me. t And though the train is late, JP Adown the train shed I can see She's waiting at the gate. m This single blessedness is "stuff," b I've tried it and I know .ii The talk of "freedom" is a bluff to That bachelors all thr...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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