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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 13 December 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmm THE..DAILY SHORT STORY A Struggle of Nations. The boat came in atop a hissing, boiling breaker, balanced a moment, then dropped upon the sticky sand as its watery support crept back to Mother Ocean. The next wave caught the occupants ja crawling -awkwardly up tne siop- petus. After that' they, sprawled full length high up beyond the reach of the long, foaming swells, and rested'. It was Walters, the Englishman, who first arose. He looked about and saw green fringes of banana-palms, luxuriant, high- " colored, blade-leaved tropical growths, a ridge of distant blue hills and a stream of trickling water. It was a pleasant sight. "It will make another cracking good red spot on the map to keep the sun from setting on the flag of St. George'he declared. "I think I'll name it Waltersland." The words aroused the others, four men and a young woman. Painfully they scrambled to their feet and took in the vista which had so impressed the Englishman. Then Ivan Trebiloff, who had bee...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 13 December 1911

sm9!m4f0Mim n at each other unmercifully, the blood spurting freely. A "I see that you have a red handkerchief," murmured the young woman. "Would you" "Certainly," agreed Walters. He produced a large crimson bandanna. The girl slipped away, disappearing around a knoll. "Stop and rest," called the Englishman to the heavily breathing combatants. "You will 'batter yourselves into pulp. They paused and glared at each other, winded, perspiration streaked, bloodied. "I won," declared the Russian. "It was my bout," disputed the German. They prepared to ,fight the thing ove'r. The Portuguese and his mate crept down from the grass. "I won the draw," said Fernandez. I ' "He is a cheat," sputtered the Italian. "It is I who win." The Englishman smjled disdainfully. "Fight it out;" he advised. "It will be easier for the Intrepid. But what is that?" All paused and craned in wonder at a fluttering signal up the beach. With one accord 4hey abandoned their squabbling and moved in that direction. The...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 13 December 1911

wmmmmmmmmmmmmmm THE FAMILY PHYSICIAN t ' ' ' By Berton Braley. Oh, what has become of the old-fashioned doctor, The old-fashioned doctor we all used to know? ' " The guide and the friend and the bread-pill concoctor, The fatherly doctor who helped us to grow? I When old Dame Despair tried to fright us he mocked her 1 - He held Death at bay with his unfailing cheer, Oh, he was a peach, Was the old-fashioned doctor, The chatty old doctor we all held so dear! The tender old doctor, the kindly old doctor, v The chubby old doctor we all held so dear. . .. Why now, when you feel all unhappy and ailing You go to one doctor and he calls in two, , And then they consult in a way unavailing ' tK And call in six others to diagnose you; i For one is an expert on ills of the eyebrow, Another with ills of the nose is content, . And when you get through with this outfit so highbrow You're worse than you were-j and your money is spent, With the specialist highbrow, the Heidelberg highbrow, The highl...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 13 December 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm GOED ON SITE-OF TOWN ONCE DESTROYED Spokane, Wash., Dec. 13. 'After having "lam' .deserted for nearly two -years, a- haunt of the wild things-of - the woods, the little mining:camp of Mace, Idaho,, is again tojb'e-populated. .' y Mace lies in a-poclcet in the hills. During the winter of 1909 the snowjpjieji'up-m the gullies and ravines' aboverfyTaceheld1 in check by'thVfros't and trees. "Qne night a warm.wind Dlew'and the bodies had' been completed. .Mace was as deserted as the day a prospector first -turned up a yellow gleam on the site of the townr Now the people are moving Viarlr intn thf tmm nnH fhp fur cabins, left untouched by theW slide, are the shelter of a score of haYdy men and women, who are wil.ling to shake dice with death every spring. Mace, 'Idaho, After the'Snow-slide That Wiped It Off the Map. strainingsiriasses df snow on the hillside were released from the bondage of the frost. In the morning Mace was-little more than name." What had been a bustlin...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 13 December 1911

wmmmmmmmmmmmmm wmmmmmmvmm o aseicoprHBdMolDgS&WS38 Book of good manners, printed in 1494, brought $1,100 at London sale. Wonder if high price was be cause of age of book, or need of contents. "He shot me because he loved r - me, aiiu mat is wxiy x marneu W " him Anna Tribeh, after marry- ' ing John Hohcka, whoshot and :I- 4n 'V3 its seriously woundecTher two weeks ago. Have it your own way, Anna.- Charles- F. Murphy, "Boss of ilammany Hall, is trying'to get' next Democratic national conven tion for New York. Decree 'issued by the Pope to day makes St. Patrick s day a holy day, but not one of obligation. "Burglary is. a legitimate business compared with .that of a loan shark." Federal Judge Landis. The "Morning Tribute to Business 'Interests" devotes nearly one-half column to proving Roosevelt would be acceptable to Wall street as candidate for president. Senator Leroy Percy, Mississippi, yesterday informed senate that Hearst is 'a mendacious muckraker without a peer, who...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 13 December 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm w i been denouncing labor? Not With a burglar's outfit. But then "business" advertises. Governor Osborn, of Michigan, referred to saloons in annual message t olegislature as "social saprophytes," thus making the liquor men peeved. We don't blame them a bit. If "social saprophytes" is half as bad as it sounds, it must be awful. Children's society of N. Y. want to bar all children under 16 from moving picture shows. Let's spoil all the pleasure of the kids, but for goodness sake let's try and regulate the moving picture shows. The men who run them are respectable and monied citizens. Milwaukee park commission has decided to permit use of city parks for public neighborhood 'lances. ' President Murdo MacKenzie, of National Live Stock association, demands congressional investigation of meat packers of country. Murdo doesn't seem to have much faith in the action now going on before Judge Carpenter. Or, maybe, he wants to see something done about the packers during the next...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 13 December 1911

- .-p 'other Hay, Hut when hesaw parade of indignant citizens, who carried nooses, he decided he didn't want to be a judge any more. His present .address not known. New York court of appeals has Hfniprl annpn! nf AVhprf VJ. "Wnl- ((P ter, convicted murderer of Ruth Wheeler, the' 15-year-old stenographer. Advisory-council of Brown university has issued order that all women sororities must go out of existence within two years.Champ Clark says a' college education doesn't amount - to much, and offers himself as evidence. Champ has a college education, but he says he got over ijt. Some Republicans dont' believe it. It now appears that reason Kaiser presented J. Pie'rpont r Morgan with Order of the Red ' Eagle, was that William wanted to borrow vlittle matter of $75,000,000 from Pierp. Wra. Atkin, known on he vaudeville and burlesque stage, for 40 -years at "Pata" Reilly, died at Boston, Mass., today. B. S. Pearsall Butter Co., Elgin, 111., paid $600 for 40 tubs of choice Iowa earth. Com...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 13 December 1911

wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm railroad, Marion 111., refused to tell robbers combination of company's safe containing $1,000. They gave it up. All interested in Lorimer case have come to agreement to bring it to speedy end. Maybe they're afraid they'll find out too muchk George W. Perkin's, former partner of J. Pierp. Morgan, advocated prison sentences for individuals violating' regulations of proposed trust commission. You'll notice George is a former partner of Pierp. Arizona has done as it was expected, and gone Democratic. Frank Coleman, 55, Pana, HI., walked along railroad tracks in fog. It was a Big Four train that did it. "Hank" O'Day, veteran pitcher and National league umpire, is receiving condolences of friends on being made manager of Cincinnati Reds. Monsignor .Ambrose Agius, papal delegate to Philippines, was stricken with peritonitis, and;died suddenly today. More than 41,000,000 worth of diamonds and precious stones have been imported into United States recently, mostly for...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 13 December 1911

mmmmmmmmmm LET UNIONISM LEARN FROM ITS ENEMIES The intemperate attacks on organized labor by fanatics like President Kirby, of the Rational Manufacturers' Association, will do no permanent harm to the cause he so bitterly denounces. Indeed, such enemies as Kirby are an asset rather than a liability. An individual often can learn more to his advantage from enemies than from friends. """" Friends are apt to pat one on ,the back and make ,him too well satisfied with himself. While enemies will point out his weak spots by striking at them. A wise man can strengthen his weak spots when his enemy has pointed them out. And organizations can do the same as individuals.1 When a labor-baiter like Kirby attacks unionism, let wise union leaders consider what he says, and find out if there is a fault they can correct. Unionism must do more than satisfy itself. It should convince the honest citizenship outside its own ranks that it-is a usefulfactor in the evolution of human society, to the end t...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 13 December 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmm siotba fio WAj-Mt-aaxais i saTToaDJw a j.t AaaAa: will see that tlfe "Golden' Rule should be a cardinal principle of trades unionism though he will understand; also, thatthere will be many martyrs 'to tyranny before the goal is reached. -o o-THIS$300;000-PAINTING IS COMING TO AMERICAIT FIRSTCOST $300 N ,-' j". v? ; j'...vi ., ' i. 1 f'J. '? i i . s,i '- ' ? -, 'BWJPSe- MXf?5!SMBf i' - BHiKi iK'HHBmKsV $!wH ' -' '' "- "The Coronation of St. Catherine" by 'Rubens, will arrive in New York soon, having been purchased from the Duke of Rutland. It is one of the most important canvases qf the great master, and was painted in 1633 for the altar, of St. Barnabas in the Church of St. Augustin in Malines. The picture' is. 8 4 feet in height and 7 feet wide, and its figures are life-size. It has been bought by jd. well-known American collector. A band of 1,000 to i,500 musicians will play, all together, at- Spokane 'nebft year. It'll be the year of the big noise, all right. iHMMM...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 13 December 1911

m BASEBALL ANECDOTES By Billy Evans. - Cy Rigler, the competent National league umpire, hopes to be i -regular lawyer some day. With this in view he is pursuing the law course at University of Virginia. "If I discover I can't get k the coin as a lawyer I'll go. back to arbitrating," is the way Rjgler views the situation. Rigler was working a series with the Giants last summer. Jt was one of. the most important series of the season. Close and peculiar plays were cropping out with monotonous regularity. A goodly proportion of the rulings' were being decided against the Giants. McGraw accepted the. decisions without a kick for a time. Finally Rigkr decided a play against the Giants that looked wrong to McGraw. Rushing over to "Rigler he yelled : "Why is the man out?" "Because I said so, answered Rigler. "The same old reason," said 'McGraw, "because I said so. Why don't you brainy umpires think up some other excuse?" "We would, only we fear it might .overtax the brains of some, of you m...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 13 December 1911

mws Of THE O AY eohcuuimacmcAGO Body of mn who committed suicide in Masonic Temple -yesterday identified as James F. Greek, a railroad machinist, 4528 Carroll ave. J. P. Nalley, farmer, Clarence, la., went into barber shop of William O'Brien, 78 E. 12th street, yesterday, to get shaved. Charles Berryman, the barber, gave, him a haircut, shave, shampoo, hair sing, massage, shine and hair tonic. Bill was $3.20. Nalley had Berryman arrested, and he was. fined 10 and costs. Explosion followed by fire destroyed store at 530 N. Carpenter, early today. Police suspect Black Hand plot against R. Agist owner. Steve Miller. Highland, (arrested, charged with attacking Anna Krause, 16, and throwing her unconscious body in a swamp. near Hammond.' Girl taken to hos"pital. May die. Miller is alleged to have attacked girl because she rejected his attentions. Clyde Winch, accused by Ethel Tilberry, 14, of attacking her a year ago, arrested last night in Madison, Wis. She had been! placed in the care ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 14 December 1911

& THEDBtfOK . H398 500.SQ. PEORIA ST.,. TEL. MONROE 353 Vol. 1, No. t67 Chicago, -Thursday, Dec. 14, 1911 One Cent IDEA OF DANCES IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS A TYPICAL SOCIAL CENTER PLAN Prudent .of 'Northwestern University. Approves It Says It Will fCeep Boys and (firlsfromvisreputmble " Places ot Amusement, "' Declaring for "dancing-in the public schools, Dr. A. W. Harris, president of the ..Northwestern University, and a member of the Vice Commission, came out today as a'sfrdrig.'advocate of the Social Center iplan as tried1' in other cities, for the eradication of the puhlic dance hall ' evil, "and 'furnishing boys and girls ehtertainmentiwithout'forcing.'them to go to places with immoral 'environments. ' ' "Churches are not giving the young peopIethe kind of entertainme'nt they wish,"' said -Dr. Harris. "Consequently, it is advisable that there be municipally controlled places of. amusement, where boys -and-girjs can dance, to iave them from going to disreputable places for a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 14 December 1911

'JURY REFUSES TO OBEY INSTRUCTIONS ; TOLD IT-CAN STAY OUT TILL IT DOES; STAYING OUT St Louis, Dec. 14. There is a jury of twelve men here that is in a peculiar predicament. It 'was sitfing in the Circuit , court, and last Tuesday, heard a will contest suit. When the hearing was- over, Judge James E. Withrow instructed the jury to bring in a verdict in favor of the defendant. The foreman of the jury spoke up, and said he didn't tihnk the crdict ought to be in favor of the defendant. Judge Withrow said he didn't care. All the judge wanted, ap parently, was. that his instructions should be obeyed. The jury retired, put their heads together, came back to court, and announced that they were not going to bring in a verdict in favor of the defendant. Judge Withrow explained to them that theyhad to, and sent them back 1.0 the jury room. The jury sent him a message that it would not bring in the desired verdict. Yesterday, Judge Withrow brought the jury into court once more. He asked the for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 14 December 1911

INDIANAPOLIS SCENE OF SECRET FEDERAL PROBE Indianapolis, Dec. 14. The .United States government today i began the presentation of evidence in the dynamiting conspiracy to a federal grand jury which expected to indict "the higherups." ' Strictest secrecy marked the deliberations of the jury. No one, outside of government officials and witnesses, was permitted to approach nearer than 300 feet of the jury room. Squads of deputy United States marshals enforced the order rigidly. Detective William J. Burns is expected to be among the first witnesses called. Walter Drew and J. A. C. Eadorf, of the National Erectors' association, and officials of the International Association of Bridge and Structural Iron Workers are expected to follow. The government plans to take testimony.here relative to all phases of the conspiracy, wher- ' ever it may have manifested itself. The testimony thus obtained will be used for the prosecution of secondary investigations .by other federal courts over the coun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 14 December 1911

'JOKES FRESH FROM BROADWAY , Mrs. Murphy "Jim, you're getting lazy, stupid, and sure, what not. You know why, too. It's all caused by drink." Mr. Murphy (holding his head, as usual) "An' sure, what of it?" Mrs. Murphy "What of it? You know right well you can't get ahead if you keep on drinking." Mr. Murphy (trying to smile) "You can't, eh? You can if you drink enough." Jim Thornton. Mrs. Nagg "You heartless brute! I'm glad all men aren't heartless. Your friend, Harry Smith, isn't. He loved and honored his wife. He's putting a handsome tombstone on -her grave. If I died, you wouldn't do that much for me." Husband "I wouldn't, eh? I'd be glad to. "Shroede & Chapelle. Interlocutor "Well, Bob, they tell me your wife is shaving you now." End Man "No, sah, No Noj!" Interlocutor "Why, how's that?" End Man "Well, you see, it's dis way. De last time she shaved me, she cut me up so much dat ah had to fill mah mouf wid water to see if mah face leaked." Ward & Curran: Pe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 14 December 1911

. V THE SINGLE TAX WHAT IS IT? t Article Number 2 By. Edmund Norton. i lis If we carefully study the Single Tax we will learn that it ip claimed to be: First A fiscal reform, or a way for the government to get money when-it wants it. Second A social reform, or a way to so change social conditions that we mav have Edm: Norton a better state of so- ' ciety: Third It is a matter of practical politics, involving the making of parties, platforms ; the formulating of principles and getting possession of legislative bodies so that: Fourth It becomes a subject of constructive statesmanship where its principles may be formulated into concrete laws that will be carried out by the executive branches of government. Now suppose we just -examine it as a fiscal reform, or a way to get money for the government. The 'question of whether it is right or wrong morally we will 'take up later. The Single Tax proposed to abolish every kind of tax in existence except one tax on the . value of land. What do...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 14 December 1911

on land, but a tax on the value of land bare land value, every other kind of tax in the world would be abolished. MORE ARRESTS PROMISED IN DYNAMITING DEAL Junction City, Kans., Dec. 14. Further arrests in the alleged dynamiting conspiracy revealed to the military and state, authorities by confession of. Private Michael Quirk, at Fort Riley, and for which warrants have already been issued for Mrs. Anna Jordan and Rev. Thomas M. Brewer, were promised here today. ' Rev. Brewer, formerly chaplain at the army post, is on his way here from Olustee, Okla., where he is now pastor of a Baptist church. Quirk", in his confession, swore that Brewer instigated the dynamitings in .revenge for his discharge as chaplain. The preacher was found guilty of intoxication by court martial. ' The soldier, it is alleged, admitted that he had dynamited the Kaw river bridge, the post cavalry staTjle and several other buildings, doing damage aggregating. $500,000. Brewer and Mrs. Jordan deny Quirk's charge th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 14 December 1911

MISSING JtJROR RETURNS HOME IS ARRESTED Kansas City, Mo., Dec. 14'. Eighty-four hours after he climbed through the transom over the door in his room at a hotel and escaped the custody of the deputy marshal, Harry Waldron1, the missing Hyde juror,was brought into court at 11 o'clock this morning, pale and haggard from dodging the police of three cities. Physicians declared he was undoubtedly) insane. Judge Porterfield examined Waldron, to determine whether the jury should be discharged on account of Waldron's mental condition. Previous to the formal examination Judge .Porterfield said that if the man vas insane he would immediately order a retrial of the entire case. He refused to be quoted as to whether Hyde had already been placed in jeopardy of his life, and is, therefore, entitled to his freedom. Waldron walked calmly into' his home this morning, hung up his hat, and asked if bteakfast was ready. A moment later the police, through whose surrounding cordon he had walked unmolested...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 14 December 1911

"Forter'fielb'i who was then on his way to the Waldron home, and the missing juror was arrested and examined by the judge "before being taken to court. o o DYNAMITERS AT WORK AMONG GOLD FISH Denver, Colo., Dec 14. Is there a dynamite conspiracy among the gold fish? Colonel James A. Shinn, state, game and fish commissioner of Colorado, fears there is. Col. Shinn to'day received a letter from a Colorado woman, which certainly seems to point toward finny McNamaras at work among the gpld fish tribe. "I just wonder what's the matter with my gold fish," the woman wrote to Shinn. "They are just as healthy and well fed as they can be, but lately they've been exploding. "They will swim around in their bowl in the most spirited manner, and then, suddenly comipg to the top of the water, -pop, bangj they explode into a thousand bits." CoL Shinn says if the woman r.eally wants to know, she will need to start a federal investigation, he himself knows no reason why gold fish should explode, pop, b...

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