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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 13 December 1911

THE DAY BOOK 500 SO. PEORIA ST- 398 TEL. MONROE 353 . Vol. 1, No. 66 Chicago, Wednesday, Dec. 13, 1911 ' , One Cent WOMAN'S TEN-HOUR LAW APPLICABLE TO NURSES IN CITY HOSPITALS Following His Decision on That Point, Municipal Judge Imposes $25 Fine on City in Each Case Brought . 'Against It. ' 'Municipal Judge W. N. Gem- hiill yesterday decided that the provisions of the women's, ten hour' law were applicable to nurses in city Hospitals, and as sessed a fine of $25 against-the .municipality in eachxa'se brought against it -by the sta'te. t - Qnhe contention 'of the city that-Tiu?sing was a.pr6fession, r and not a trade or business, Judge 'Gennnill said: "-The broad purpose ol the ten hour law was to remove -from women employed in any capacity vthe burden anbV stress oflong and wearisome hours of toil; the.de- k leterious effect of which-is recog- " nized everywhere. . Itjjwoulcl be hard to conceive of more onerous, wearisome and nerve-racking toil than that of a nurse who is in con- s...

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. — 13 December 1911

were erected, but the law at all times. " Members of the Women's Trades Union League and other women advocates of the 10-hour law were jubilant at the decision, and declared it might have an im portant bearing before a case to come before the February term of the Illinois supreme court, in which a hotel is appealing from being made to come under the law's provisions. Dr. Young of the health de partment said: "If the decision in regard to nurses is upheld by a higher court, it means that every big hospital in the city will not only have to reorganize its nursing staff, but in many cases structural changes-will have to be made." . Following is the women's ten- hour law, passed by the last state legislature, and which went into effect July 1 of this year: "Section 1. Be it enacted by the people of the State of Illinois, represented in the General As sembly: That no" female shall be employed in any mechanical or mercantile establishment, or fac tory, or laundry, or hotel, or res taurant...

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. — 13 December 1911

-sii 'Jo irtornvplqrna pAl Srnnsa J UbJb wI adi d Jbtoaia sisw all reasonable hours- to tKe inspec tion of the officials qf fche. Factory Inspection -Department.,:-'' The failure or, omission tokeepSuch record, or-a-false statement con tained therein,rorany,false' state ment made by any. person.,to"an official of the Factory Inspection Department in reply tp any ques tion put in .carrying out the pro visions of this Act shall be pun ishable on conviction by a penalty of "not more than $25.00 for each .offence." Approved Tune 10, 1911, in force July 1,1911. o- NEWEST-PHOTO OFr'RUSSIAN CZAR AND LAD LIKELY TO -SUCCEED HIM)- ALEXEl' NICOLAIERITCH HBBuJ? ffiSS&SSlBlr ?s&$fctiK&f$ ' 4 "''x " ""W 'iH LIFE ' ' Life should.be a litth; song" Drifting down thellayj With a blessing for the throng On the human way. Life should be a little prayer' Falling .on the dusk, . . , Filling the enfranchised. air' .With the scent of musk. " - ' Life should be a little dream Calling from afar W...

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. — 13 December 1911

JUROR "WHO '-BEAT IT" IS STILL MISSING v Kansas City, 'Mo., Dec. 13. With the idea that Harry Wal dron, the missing juror in the Hyde case, may have returned to his former home in Roswell, N. Harry Waldron. Juror whose unprecedented act in escaping from jury room has halted Hyde murder trial and may cause the undoing of eight weeks of work, involving thou sands of dollars loss to the state. M., the-local authorities today communicated with the police of New Mexico and. Texas, request ing that they maintain a strict watch for the missing man and report immediately if he is found. One woman has been discover ed here who claims tchave seen the juror on the day he disap peared, but the authorities do not place much credence in her story. In the hope that Waldron may; return or be found, Judge Porter field has announced he will hold the jury for a week, pending his return. ' -o- FOR THIN FOLKS By W. C. Cotton, M. D. Thin people who are worried by their thinness have really no particular ...

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. — 13 December 1911

THE SINGLE TAX WHAT IS IT?' 1 ' i By Edmund Norton. For 32 years' the term Single ,Tax has been gradually working 'its way into the popular mind , first San Francisco, then over the United Statesandfinallythrough out the 'world. In Germany, France, Spain the Northern Scandanavian Penninsula, Eng gland, Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United States some ktnd of legislation is being e'nacted lookingtoward the plac ing of this method of taxation in actual operation. Even in far off Japan and China the works treating on this subject have been translated and they have organiz ed efforts to try its" workings. Enquiries into the-real meaning of the Single Tax are now multi plylngrby the million. What is the Single Tax? To answer this question in 'the shortest possible way in English would be to say: "It is "one tax". But 'when you have so said you have only shortened the name by a syllable. To answer the question in the longest way would be to take one through a complete course in s...

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. — 13 December 1911

f coming. A measures of such pow er is surely worthy of careful study. .We shall look into it fur ther tomorrow. I JANUARY BEFORE BEEF TRIAL GETS UNDER WAY When court opened in the trial of the ten millionaire packers this morning, there were 38 of-the new venire of 50 in court. AboUt-half an hour latet, there was a solitary little group ,of nine inenat one side of the court room, and one gentleman on the stand, )vvho sweated as he performed mental feats for the benefit of At torney Sheean. The ten were all that were left f the 38 veniremen, the others At-ere scattered to the four winds. fifteen of them had been excused by the -court on pleas of age, dis- aDinty, or exception, ana 10 more liad' been Very promptly excused ton their first answers as to preju dice. - All of which means that it is ex tremely unlikely that a jury meet ing the finical Iniceness of Attor ney Sheean and the psychic re quirements of Attorney Payne, will be secured before the holiday recess of court. Which ag...

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. — 13 December 1911

f ''rrfi - MINERS PLAY. HIDE 'AND SEEK .WITH.DEATH Briceville, Tenn., Dec? c 13. Three; miles under Gross'Mouh" tain mine, Sam Miller inijinson-" ed miner and hisrgang;o"f.ifnpris onecl helpers'are toddyJpiymg hide and seek "with death. Al though 25 government;. Vescue msmimmma long enough at each place, to rec ord "with chalk on the' walls a-no-i'ticeto the 'rescuers that;they ha'd been' there. '" " r:'t ' 'Sahr -Miller is s"igning'-h'is:o'wii 'name toeach.notkejjhu.sgping to" No. 36," but' fhen"the" raTscti "ers reach- 36, they find that Sam and hi? men have gone ontcvan Ai i , . '' ULUC1 jJld(.C. vmrw hiii iiiiiwihiii hi WM t -f-, -mr. , ' ' ' . J -r . ' Mothers, sweethearts, .children 'nd other, relatives and f riends'-Tofi v v the entombed, miners. at the mine 'entrance. men wearing oxygen helmets are helping Sam and his men-in their game, they will probably. Ipse, un less they are rescuedxwithir. the, day. ' Leading at.least one dozen men Miller is' making his wayfrom entry-to...

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. — 13 December 1911

mmmmmmmmm ' I . Mr m u- TIDfiSfag; THT TftHW "OITf As the rescuers proceed through the mine the) are stopped by s flames that have broken out in ,f"' numerous places. A force pump 7- n $& infitf ISSWilgBt Td the rescue party is fighting the fires and death at the same time. The total number of dead so far recovered is 38. v - " r Starting rescue work view showing shaft house, trolley and track" ;' for motors that convey coal out of mines i. 1 In Which Sense, Maudie? 6" - rp Alice It's mean of you. to tell ''"'people that when Jack kissed me I 'is djdn't resent it. Maud I didn't, dear. On the OJ 'contrary, I said that when he gP'Jcissed you on the cheek you held nitup against him for quite a -J' -while. Boston Evening TralT-script. In ten years Uncle Sam's steel production has jumped from 10 to 26 million tons, much of the jumping being in favor of Uncle Andy Carnegie and his "boys." Perkins, late Morgan's man Friday, says that an era of still more gigantic trusts is coming. Jimm...

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. — 13 December 1911

LET NEWSPAPERS PRACTICE WHAT THEY PREACH' "Chicago needs at least two thousand more policemen. "A list submitted by Chief Mc Weeny shows that fully 40 per cent of policemen on the present force are unavailable for regular police duty, owing to special as signments. "It ought to be a public scan dal to have city policemen, in uni form, doing crossing duty for pri vate railroad interests doing it without cost to the corporations demanding the service. "It is hardly less a scandal that hundreds of city policemen should be detailed to guard pri vate buildings, or to' perform du ties that belong to private watch men or messengers. "Also, if wealthy corporations needs special police protection let them pay for it." The above are excerpts fiom an editorial in this morning's Hearst's Chicago Examirer un der the caption "How to Increase Police Efficiency." The Examiner is noticeably si lent a"bout traffic policemen being stationed at the various news papers. The Examiner has one, and the Ame...

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. — 13 December 1911

HE'S UP AGAIN, IS' "LITTLE JOE" BROWN; HOKE ' - PUSHES HIM OVER, BUTCAN'T'KEEP'HTM DOWNr 'Atlanta, Ga.,Dec. 13. It's "off again, on again, gone again Fin' nigan for "Little Joe Brown, the 'next governor of Georgia. lBrown is only a few inches over five feet high, and weighs Jes than 100 pounds, but he's a heavyweight in politics. Ups and ' ,' "Little Joe" Brown, .downs are his regular routine in life. 33ack in 1907 -he was on the state railroad commission. Gov ernor Hoke Smith fired him. The next year "Little Joe" went after Hike's scalp and beat him for governor. . Two years'later, in 1910, Hoke Smith turned the tables and de feated Brown on the governnor-ghrp- proposition. I ' tThen United States Senator 'Clay died and Hoke Smith show ed a preference for the toga over the governing job.' The legisla ture concurred with his aspira tion. "Little Joe" Brown again bob bed up and has won the demo cratic primary nomination to fill Hoke Smith's unexpired term as governor. He defeated Pop...

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. — 13 December 1911

TRADE UNIONISM AND THE KU KLUX KLAN John Kirkby, jr., president of the National association of Man ufacturers, yesterday relieved his feelings by comparing trades unionism to the Ku Klux Klan. He pointed to the dynamiting of the Los Angeles Times as proof of that comparison. Of course, because of the spleen and prejudice without which Mr. Kirkby- seems incapable of talk ing, his utterances are not really of great irhportance. But one in a while, they're in teresting as is this one when fol lowed to its logical conclusion. What was the Ku Klux Klan? It was a midnight organiza tion formed by a few of the'mo're desperate and more unjustly treated men of the South after the close of the Civil War. It was formed at a time when the lowest politicians of the North -long since repudiated by the North were in control of the South. These politicians, known as' carpetbaggers, were selfseekers of the basest sort, and they held not only the reins of government, but absolute sway over the courts....

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. — 13 December 1911

5555 1ngs, Mr. Kickby was guilty of gross misrepresentation in his speech before the National Busi ness League at the Congress ho tel yesterday. And in that case, Mr. Kirkby -o- must answer the ch,arge. di trying to induce man to war upon his brother man by the use of that careful suppressing of the truth and suggestion of the false, which is worse than most deliberate lie. 5 OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE CRUS T'S fiT'S TOUGH erSRY eyEYNG- (irri. raur (TOUGHER rrwv Psce of THfS EYEWAG J Tt FIRST PRINCIPLES OF J "r p 0qeAicf i 1 ' " you B4L2HWD- ULD.XHOCrtSR, YOU CJY'T Wif (TO ME LIKE rMT' 4f,Y WOVE OUT , v 5i5 0r YOU AW ' BEAT YOU UP lAro J V"s ' - x ""yce v est with ths y Xi.& -Vtt --. Coffee pot ' --" fi - " ' I

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. — 13 December 1911

CYNTHIA GREY'S DAILY CORRESPONDENCE Please tell hie one way out of 'this. ; Am a "boy of nineteen, and have a girl friend sixteen of whom I think a great deal. I asked her mother if I might call and go out with'the girl occasionally, but she objected, saying the girl is too young. I said I did not agree with her, if the man was respectable. Was I right? And would it be respect ing'the mother if I meet this girl on the street? I intend to make her my wife when she is older. How can I get into the good graces of the mother? R. H. B. The mother is right in consid ering the girl too young to make regular engagements with any young man, but she is wrong if she deprives the girl altogether of the companionship of young men. But do not meet the'girl on the street, for that would not be re specting her. Probably the" best way.to acquire the mother's favor is by continuing to consult her, by observing her commandments and by making your fortune somehow. That sounds sordid,' but it is doubtle...

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. — 13 December 1911

B aeggtgigag RUBY DINNERGOWJKTWITH METAL FRINGE 55 C. " In rur ,, 01 ed velvet elabor ate with metal trimming", comes a French model. There is almost as much metal decoration to this gown as the groundwork-' velvet fabric. The overskirt has a deep baijd of metal insertion about the hips and it also edges the overskirt. This band has a foot deep of metal fringe. The neck is cut square and 'is un trimmed, while the insertion of metal cresses the bust and is used again at the waist line. o q HINTS FOR SHIPPERS Here are some suggestions for you in preparing Christmas pack ages for express : r 1. Send packages early. Mark: "Don't open untij Christmas." 2. Use wooden boxes for packing to avoid the danger of breaking- 3. Write the address in full state, county, city, street and number. Write in crayon on the box for tags are frequently torn off. 4. Write the word "Paid' plainly on box if you prepay charges. 5. Insist on receipted bill. Have value marked on the box and in your receipt. 6. F...

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. — 13 December 1911

gppppppppp IN LITTLE OLD NEW YORK By Norman. '(The World's 20 Greatest Worn- en,as the Junior-Office Boy Picks them.) - n. y;, toosdy andy carniggy started, a -fine mess of trubbel when he handed out that there list of the world's 20 greatest men noboddy agreed with andy. and evryboddy that had a press agent come to bat with his own- list, they wont never get it settled in a milyon yeres- Uow to make more fussin comes a club' of sufferingers in shicago and gives out a list of 20 greatest wimmen and of course" sum uther wim men -ses, not at all, them aint the rite ones, here is the swell bunch of historickel hens and so they will lite it out till all hands is tired. well, i supose you have gessed ere-this that i got a list of my own of the dames Jthat hjvs smeared or is smearin their monickers on the pajers of histery in the biggest letters here they are, look em over eva'tangway Jucrecia borgy mrs. gus ruhlin cleopatry ' - , gabby de leese, martha washenton eve mrs. o'leary ( HI rus...

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. — 13 December 1911

A TRUE FRIEND . Peet Can you give me a tip on stocks? Street Yes, but in considera tion of our long friendship, I wont. Boston Transcript. The Reckoning. Bridegroom (on the wedding -trip) How stupid! We ought to have got out at the last sta tion. Porter Yes, sir; you traveled a few kisses to far. Fliegende Blatter. Well Named. x Church What was the name you called your lawyer. Gotham Necessity. Church But that's a funny name. Why do you call him Ne cessity? Gotham Because he knows no law Yonkers Statesman Fraternal Affection Recruiting Sergeant-Why do you say you wont enlist unless you're sent to the Seventy-fifth infantry? Tim Geoghegan Beca'se I want to be near me brother that's in th' Seventy-sixt'. Harper's Weekly. Price Marks "I'm so worried about the Christmas present I sent to Aunt Sarah," she says( "It only cost forty-nine cents and I'm afraid I left the price mark" on the thing when I sent it." "I'm worried, too,", says her friend. "I got one that cost $50 .for my uncle, an...

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. — 13 December 1911

IS, mot-F, UI5S 15$ STATOOARY BY DER VAY, YOU ARE A eSMAN BGTTeT. YOU LET E MAKE A BUST OF" YOU TVVD TlntTBTlTV f i mmmi 00 MUCH ADMIRATION AND THE BUST IS BUST ED !"?9fl U1SS ISS HSR VAY I 3eT A CAST -OF YOUR X "Race. ix is? pljster from Paris, id hass to x : , r-LLAJL v TJRY UNI) HA-RT.-v - J 330 You 3NK 1 1 - '' OH Yess 1, ( YOU vll (?er ' Tee -Nee. Soor results, " ' Setter 1an I V OSSA1? OX-PHCTET! 1 c mmm-m-mmmamm

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. — 13 December 1911

u u u v i i u u"in 1 mmii u-vi9qpmBWBpqvvmivmvppqvam i ' FESTIVAL OF LIGHT CELEBRATES JUDAS MACCABEUS VICTORIES OF The feast of the Maccabees, the Feast of the Dedication, the Fes tival of Lights these are the three .names -hy which Chanukah, the next Jewish holiday, is known. . J This festival begins on Kisler 25 Saturday, Dec. 16 and con tinues for eightfdays. Chanukah was instituted by Judas Maccan beus, the priestly hero of the Sy rian wars, his fighting brothers S 1 1 .Wj . The "Trendel," a home-made top which entertained Jewish boys centuries ago. and the elders of the city of Je rusalem, 165 B. C. Three years before Antiochus Epiphanus had erected a pagan altar in the temple at Jerusalem and worshipped the idol Zeus Olympius. The rebellion under Judas Maccabeus followed. In a series of battles a handful of Jewish mountaineers defeated the Syrian legions and their allies of hundreds of thousands. Judas recaptured Jerusalem, purified the temple,'1 erected a new altar and made n...

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. — 13 December 1911

VWymrm9m0VVmf, as the games are not played for money. One of the popular games at this festival, dating back many centuries to the old ghetto days in Germany and Italy is known as the itrendel." This is a small home-made top cast of lead by the small boy in a mold of his own making. Its four sides are marked with Jewish characters' and the cast of the die decides whether thcperson mani pulating the little top wins or loses, and how much. It not being permitted to play with money, "walnuts are usually used as the stake. oo CURIOUS CHRISTMAS CAKES Those who make 'their own Christmas goodies will find the recipes given here favorites. Pepper Nuts. Beat 4 eggs 15 minutes. Add one pound-powdered sugar and beat 15 minutes more. Add the juice and grated rind of 1 lemon, and J2 teaspoon each of cloves, nutmeg and cinnamon. Stir in one cup flour and 14 teaspoons baking powder. Add flour until it is the right consistency to roll. Cut with small cutters, and bake in a moderate; oven on buttere...

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. — 13 December 1911

m ) ' THE TWb.FAVbRITES; IN SIX-DAY BICYCLE -RACE ' I. i n i ' M . J Willie VLorenz and Karl Saldow. This German teamns considered the star combination of the six day bicycle race which started at midnight, Dec. 10, in'Madison Square Garden, N.ework. They won a six-day race, in Berlin and finished second-in another. Lorenz is the sprinter and Saldow the plugger. ,..'' Didn't Get Even 'thVBrick- "Did that man'hahd'youa gold brick?" "I should say-not,"- answered the amateur financier, "he. sold me an interest in thegold "brick on credit and took a mortgage on that together with everything else I-owned. Then he called the loan and foreclosed'the mortgage and took possession of'the gold brick along with tlje rest." jVashing-tojrStar,'- -. - 't n'f

Publication Title: Day Book, The
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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