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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 12 December 1911

"W"5"""T-""-'5ifr',-Jl revell explains who Postered the trusts 'Tis peculiar that if any man with a bug in his head be permit ted to talk long enough, he will, eventually, speak some truth. The National Business League went into convention at the Con gress hotel yesterday. Since its opening, the "business men" who comprise its member ship have devoted much time and language to righting the wrongs of business by attacking trades unionis.m and such statesmen as haVe seen fit to advocate some regulation of the trusts and revi sion of the tariff. Alexander H. Revell,' our not ed, but not necessarily notable, fellow citizen, was the. most elo quent speaker yesterday. Revell spoke on "tariff tinker ing," "trust busting" nad "politi cal hypocrisy.' From his speech it may be de duced that Revell has been suffer ing from suppression of his views on these little issues for a long time. Having wound himself up to a finepitchof patriotic and business like ardor, Mr. Revell delivered himself of ...

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. — 12 December 1911

s?iPIW"WB SINGLE TAX WHAT IS IT? What is single tax? Beginning tomorrow The Day Book will publish the first o a series of 10 articles by Edmund Norton, in which he will answer this ques tion. They are short and snappy and tell about single tax so that all may" understand it Edmund Norton Staff and special writer for "La Follette's Weekly." "The West Coast Mag azine," San Francisco "Star," "The Public" of Chicago, the. Na tional "Single Tax Review", etc. He has been teacher, Indian in structor in the national service, editor, general writer and special student of sociology for more than a quarter of a century. As a recognized exponent of the Geqrgian School of Sociology, he is' widely known. As news paperman, lecturer and political worker for progressive policies he is known as one of the "Old Guard," having been associated with W. S. U'Ren in the original direct legisaltion work in Ore gon. op SOLVE CHILD VENDER PROBLEM Representatives of the Juvenile Protection association and the ...

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. — 12 December 1911

ir, v BLAMES IMMIGRATION ' w FOR OVERFLOW OF IDLE Ir Declaring that more than 75, (XX) workers are now idle in 1111 no'is, Edwin R. Wright, president "fo,f the Illinois State Federation " 6f Labor, yesterday- sent' a com " munication to the-bureau of im migration, asking a federal in vestigation of the causes of un . employment. It is urged that the flood of im 'migration be diverted from this Estate. A similar letter will 'be sent rto each of the Illinois represen tatives in congress,, asking for more stringent immigration laws. n'' In his letter to the immigration department Mr. Wright said: r Work is far from plentiful and rthe indications point to a still further increase of , idleness. s Your department seems to con sider Illinois one of the centers 5for the dumping of enormous numbers of newly arrived immi grants. This appears to be a rea sonable conclusion, as two-thirds of the public school children in Chicago are the offspring of foreign-born parents. The trade unions of Il...

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. — 12 December 1911

mme9mB&mmmmmm mmmmmmm GIVE THE LUNGS PLENTY OFFRESH, PURE AIR : IF' b By Mrs. Anita Norris. l I wish all women would breathe -I properly. I know they would reap - a bountiful "reward. -' Have you ever tried deep " breathing? Wonderful benefits -I come as a direct result of giving -t the lungs plenty of fresh, pure ii air. 3 When you breathe deeply your .e muscles gradually strengthen, i your eyes glow like twin stars, 2- your chest "becomes full and 1 rounded and your pale cheeks o are stained a vivid red. Last, but certainly not least, -i the deep breather has a well pro- 0 portioned 'figure with a lithe, round waist. If you are inclined to feel sleepy "t and stretchy, no matter how ' much you rest, it would be well 1 for yoU to become a convert to deep breathing. The effect of the life-givipg breaths is that you will feel as if you had taken a tonic. o A great many women think that breathing is an entirely in fl'voluntary function. They are mistaken. Normal breathing doe's not...

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. — 12 December 1911

w WOULD HAVE PINK, PLUMP CHEEKS, BREATHE DEEPLY The breath should be held for eight or ten seconds, then allowed to "escape slowly'tKrough slightly parted lips. , Ten minutes of such breathing night and morning means a rich benefit. Another exercise consists in standing su-ect and placing the second finger of $ie right hand on the right nostril, clos ing it entirely. Breathe in through the left nostril with the second finger, of the left hand-and-exbale gradually through the right nostril. 4 M Continue to breathe through thcalter- nate nqstrus. Become a deep breathing enthusiast and note the change in your health and looks M It will astonish and delight you. WOMAN IN POLITICS Election day, with lively little issues like prohibition and socialism and $30,000,000 to $40,000,000 graft possibilities at stake. Los Angel es expected rioting. Thirty spe cial police stations were es tablished. A "peace insurance" army of 1,000 officers 'was detail ed by the sheriff and chief of po lice, and...

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. — 12 December 1911

"fWfWPWP CYNTHIA GREY'S AID TO WOOED AND WOOERS ,(1) When in company with a .man, either driving or at home, jshould a girl allow him to put his rm around her? (2) Is it cus tomary and proper for a man to kiss a girl good night when he leaves her home? Should he ask for the privilege? (3) Should I send my friend a birthday pres ent, or simply a post card?- (4) When he, is leaving the house should he ask to call again, or is it the girl's place to ask? (5) How long should a girl of 15 wear her dresses) and should she wear rib bons on her hair? ' (6) Should a girl ever write letters to a man when she does not owe him? Anxious Blue Eyes. A. (1) and (2) Not unless they are engaged. (3) Simply a birthday card." (4) Conventions say that the man must ask, but this question-is always settled by the persons interested, to their own satisfaction, conventions notwithstanding. (5) The dress length must'depend on the size of the girl. Ordinarily it should be just above the shoe tops. Yes to the ...

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. — 12 December 1911

"BIG SISTERS" GUARD FOOTSTEPS OF WAYWARD GIRLS MOVEMENT TO GIVE THEM A- CHANCE She is Mrs. William. K. VajF derbilt, a human being in a worlH of human beings and consciotis that they are her sisters anfi br6thers. u ' A gentle, kindly woman' stands in front of the judge's desk day after day in the New York juve nile court. She smiles .and you love her for her simplicity and -' Mrs. William K. Vafiderbilt A "Big-Sister understanding. Instinctively you -know that she has sounded"the ' depths of human happiness and suffering and it has made her akin to people. She is organizing the Big Sis ter movement 'in the east to fol low the work of the Big Brothers. It is her purpose to furnish -fa 1 friend and guardian for every girl ,- ,. ., . - .-. -.- .--.-. i...--.

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. — 12 December 1911

who reaches the juvenile court on the down grade. "Simply dressed, in-work-a-day clothes, not a diamond anywhere, just a very unusual smile and a pleasant light of the eye, perhaps that is Mrs. Vanderbilt, their new Big Sister. If anything of mothering, of sistering, of trying all the remedies known for their ailment will save them, all's well with them. They will learn under this very capable guidance that jewelry and silk petticoats do not mak,e a lady and that minding one'-s mother is quite the proper thing. Mrs. Vanderbilt has spent sev eral months in the court, arriving early and working through each long day with the judge. She has learned the universality of the need for a Big Sister. Every half grown girl who reaches the court is beyond her mother's control and needs a wise woman to guide her. She has reached the cross roads of wom anhood and the wrong road looks gay. Someone will have to .put a strong hand in her's and lead her until she grows used to going the better way. ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 12 December 1911

y ., BASEBALL ANECDOTES BY BILLY EVANS Baseball abounds in funny plays, but Umpire Mullen of the American league figured in One of the most unusual stunts I have ever seen on the diamond. I have always contended that Mullen's part should entitle him to a rank ing in the fielding averages. NevYork was playing at" St. Louis. Fisher and Blair was the battery for St. Louis. Jimmy Aus tin was on third base and Bill Ho gan at bat. Blair gave Fisher the signal, but the pitcher must have crossed him. Blair apparently called for a low curve, but Fisher delivered a high fast one Mullen was behind the plate. It seemed as if Blair lost sight of the ball, entirely, for it whizzed by him untouched. Seeing this Auston thought it easy to score on what looked like a wild pitch, and dash ed in. Jimmy had not figured on Mullen's part in the play. Naturally Mullen was crossed worse than Blair. He was stand ing erect, and had no chance to dodge. The ball struck him fairly on the mask and rolled 30 or 40...

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. — 12 December 1911

jp-J'-A lV77fPI!ip99fPPPPPPPPPiPPB '- ii o . o PQ ; h5 fe O E O l-l h m Q W o 2 w !; HH O o o w i-i Eh g, w X W fl ' B " ''"l! B 2 t A Queer Habit. "I'm sure that my husband doesn't drink," said the bride. "That' so?" asked the oldtimer. "Yes, but he has one very pe culiar habit.' He's terribly fond of cloves." Detroit Free Press.' Executioner, Do Your Duty! "Those Chinese revolutionists certainly take the' cake !" "Why do they take the cake?" "I suppose- they take the cake because they "don't like Pu Yi." Houston Po'st,' - Vi'j-. f

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. — 12 December 1911

mmmmpm THE DAILY SHORT STORY Hereditary Traits. Harry Talcum was on a vaca tion. He had chosen the haunts of his mother's family in south ern'Michigan as af suitable place for his summer outing. Once when a boy he had "visited his grandfather who lived near a small lake surrounded by -tamaracks. It would fie real sport to borrow a gun and hound and chase through swamp and thick et once more. After sauntering along a sandy road for a time he came to a farm house and stopped to get a drink. A young lady came out in answer to his summons and soon handed him a glassof water. He would ask her for 4ier fathers gun and the use of the hound which was eyeing hinv curiously. The dog was of a dull brick color, with un usually long ears and muscular limbs. "Say, miss, I want that dog-and a shotgun to go out and renew the experiences of my youth," 'ex-., claimed Harry. "Well, you can have the hound and the gun," came the answer.T will vouch for the gunbut not for the hound, ft may be his off day...

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. — 12 December 1911

WMWWWKWPPPPIPUfmHI m other suitors for miles around. Then he made a mistake. He called on a nerveless night. He got as far as the gate, and was on the point of turning back, when Flossie, who had seen him coming up the road, sent the hound after him. Then she came to the gate 'and escorted liim to the front porch. As the moon shone through the lilac bushes she said: ' "Harry, I know this is your off day. You are without nerve, while I' feel -strong and amibtious." She took his hand in hers and looked into his limpid eyes. Continuing, she said : "Harry, I have thought you needed a helpmate. I am sure if this was your strong night you would propose. As'it is, I shall take the liberty myself Place your head on my shoulder and consider yourself engaged." Harry did as requested. "Don't you think it better by a -'combination to be strong every s day?" continued Flossie, as she slipped her beautifully molded t-arm around his waist K Harry breathed an assent. " "We will go all the way toget...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 12 December 1911

VPPPPPNP1PPP!PPPPPPPPP94PPIP c to LOCAL EVENTS IN TABLOID FORM National Republican commit tee today voted against the adop tion of presidential primaries. This is the time of year we learn what becomes of all the em broidery women spend their time over on hotel verandas at summer resorts. Richard Deans, 22, arrested at tempting to rob t. Michael's Catholic church, Eugenie and Cleveland. Says, he left home of father, wealthy Philadelphian, week ago, following disagree ment and has been in Chicago three days, in straightened cir cumstances. Chauffeur known as "Tom Jones" admits drivingauto con taining bandits who killed Mrs. Edmund Kaufman, implicating George Rabeneau, John Stacey and a man known as "Fred." Says Rabeneau fired fatal shot Jones in custody; other hree have fled. Ihspectpr Hunt says they are be ing trailed, and their arrest is im minent. Mrs. Lena Butcheck, 836 Day ton st, seriously burned by explo sion -of gasoline stove today. Re moved to German-American hos pital. Pro...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 12 December 1911

wmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmm CONGRESSMAN ADOLF GOES A LITTLE TOO FAR Hit g v. 1 " I sure I "0'. ( ID VICC. J T034Y T MJKS MV'MJiDeN AXJ OXTR4FieNCe. do yoo DINK ti .VILL MAKE HIT? I TOO MUCH MONeY IS- stent -on Qocr uce tor 5R ARMY UN3 FOR . Mil X i VOT iNFOU.VqsTe ID 5S For cdcr BORbav or m- SRflFIN5 ID -PflJNY iO-CENT 5W1PS V6N ID CCULTAFtS nine cents on evch y making 35em -cent stamps !! v - . A f. ;dcr sof&rnme:mt SQUAN DERS TOO MUCH ON NW REFENUe CUTTERS, VeS 35EJ? OCT VONS VDULT 30 6F DSY IMASS -MRpENErO 34REFUUlY!! f 'J (fmMMSZ4A lIRttrrrw

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 12 December 1911

mmmmmmmmmm- VHV IZ IS? SHANE iJT GONKeSHEN SHOOC.T 8fe ?lO &7tSOO A Y5AR SJLARY VICH COULT Be KeDUcexj to So cgwts Of. E.FSN- Of. EF6N' NEW THOUGHTISTS GET IN STRANGE MIXUP A strange tale of mental and physical affinities, of magic rings, and new thought . faddism, was told here today by Mrs. Alexan der J. Mclvor-Tyndall ; held by the police on a charge of larceny of a number of diamond rings. The jewelry, Mrs. Ivor-Tyn-dall says, is the property of her husband's affinity, which, the af finity loaned her, the legal wife, when the husband, wife and soul mate were all living in one house hold in New York. , Mrs. Ivor-Tyndall says she thought her husband would be liappier with his affinity if she, the. wife, were away. So she came on to Chicago, never think- flnup AM nv 1 LYNCH HlMl HE flMTS TO TAKE WAY OUT BREAD. UND&rrreRj" ing of stealing the rings, but se cure in her friendship f or the soul mate, and pleased with the loan qf the jewels. On the contrary, the soul-mate got p...

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. — 12 December 1911

wtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrmmrmmmmmm FULL' JURY IN BEEF TRUST; TRIAL FOR FIVE MINUTES; DEFENSE STILL PSYCHIC IN METHODS For about five whole minutes today there was aifull'jury in the Beef Trust trial. It was a little, surprise package handed out-by the Beef Trust at torneys. Apparently they had grown tired on inquiring into the- pre vious condition of servitude and psychic qualities af veniremen, for at 11 o'clock, Attorney John Barton Payne tendered the 12 men then in the box to the gov ernment. Seeing the surprise in the faces of the government attorneys, Payne added with some hase,. that the defense still reserved the right to challenge any man then in the box. So probably " the defense ac cepted the twelve men just-to gil a chance to rest up and think of new psychic points. The acceptance came shortly after Payne had spent an hour aimlessly questioning jurors in Payne's own psychic wayj The twelfth man accepted was T. W. Heermans, 1216 Judson avenue. Heermans, who graduated from Corn...

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. — 12 December 1911

mmmmrn- EVENTS OF INTEREST FROM ALL OVER X. Herman G. Hasse, manufac turer and oolitician. Fond'du Lac, -Wis., jumped over fence holding gun 'in his hand. As mark of re spect Herman's factory willbe closed today. v v Ellis Parker Butler, humorist, received letter at Flushing; L. "I., .addressed : . "EllisParker Butler The Lord Knows Where." Evi dently, the postal clerks also did. Mongrel dog held up Long Island trains'forhalf an hour last night because, women passengers begged motormannot to run over it,' and it couldn't be induced to Jeave track, Mrs. Frank A. Shepherd, N. Y., ' begged police jto release S. Sanchz, who stole her pocket book, saying he must; have "been driven to theft by hunger. Police forced her to prosecute. Queen -Victoria, of Spain, and 'daughter born this morning, are doing nicely. Herbert T. Jennings, arrested yesterday-fon wrecking Mount Vernon National bank, N. Y, made loans in names of clerks, of fice boys, stenographers and jani tors. '"Lost, stolen or str...

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. — 12 December 1911

wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Business men, of -course, have had-nothing to do with Politics up to date. Yet is is strange that Wallis happens to be chairman of the state legislation committee of the National Implement and Vehicle association. Which, as one 'may gather from its name, is an organisation without any business interest. (At the Lorimer Inquiry) : Sen ator Kern With respect to some Chicago members of the legisla ture you weije not, surprised, at anything they miglit do ?" Former Representative Shaw Not much. Garry Herrmann, president of Cincinnati National' league club, league umpire, will manage Heds next, season. Only thing National Republi can committeje now In session at Washington seems sure of iV that' it doesn't want to do anything that might hurt business. '- Business doesn't want Taft. Business doesn't'want LaFollette Business seems to have a leaning toward Roosevelt.' But in any case, the National Republican committee is strong for business. Supposing that galaxy of br...

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. — 12 December 1911

m whereon the. people ..may, -if it seem good to them, begin imme diately to "tinker" with the tariff Just as the colonists "tinker ed" with the late, but not lament ed, King George. New Carnegie library and town hall of Preston, Minn., col lapsed while under course of con struction. T -Probably some of,those speak ers at the National Business lea gue could prove this was dueto " the prescnt-tinkering"" with the steel trust Jury decided that 50 cents a piece was enough for kisses stol en from Margaret Bender by William T. Maget, wealthy Miss ouri farmer. Margie Jwanted $20, OOQ for 7 kisses. James Howe, bank robber weighing 290 pounds, escaped from jail at Norton ville, Kan., -by soaping his hodyaud wriggling through hole 12 inches square. There's room for James in vaudeville. 7 New York city is a den. of thieves, .according' to Hetty Green.. Hetty had-had some experi ence with our.leadingjinanciers, but she shouldn't condemn a whole city because of that. Two-year-old child of Frank...

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. — 12 December 1911

within their boundaries has meant ruin for them. And knowing what we do about the high financiers who are in terested iry American trade in these republics J. Pierp. for in stance we should not be .sur prised if they were.right. CK B. Apple, Kansas City, sent gas company check for $1 and asked them to test his 'meter, "be cause lie didn't think it was reg istering all gas he was using. Can you.beat it? Miss Annette Myers, Atlantic City school teacher, has sued Robert Cain, Camden, N. J., for $5,000 because he, in buggy," ran her down and broke her nose. Overalls of R. H. Goodfellow, 50, engineer for O'Neil Lumber company, St. Louis, caught in belting. He was whirled into air and killed. Damage suits entered by Mary Chamberlain, of Lincoln Center, against the men who "tarred" her, have been settled out of court for $35,000. ' 14-year-old son of JR. G. Lowell, Wewoka, Okla., shot and killed father for abusing mother. Joseph Kramer, 21, bridegroom of 4 months, was shot in back and seri...

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