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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 14 December 1911

NEWS ABOUT CHICAGO NEWSPAPERS Of course it is a good thing for all concerned, for Christmas shoppers to do their shopping early, but the sham sympathy of the daily newspapers for the tired salesgirls and other employes of the "big stores during the holiday season is rank hypocrisy. If these subsidized advertising handbills had any real sympathy for salesgirls they would show it all the year around instead of just before Christmas, when their ad vertising patrons want people to shop early and often'so the clerks' can keep busy for weeks selling goods. There are other days in the year when employes are tired. There isn't a working, day in the "year, or a Sunday either, that hundreds of girls are not mentally tired out trying' to figure out how to live and maintain their self re spect in a big city on the beggarly wages paid them by the big stores. And if the newspapers had real sympathy, and showed it, every .clerk in every store in Chicago would receive a living wage. All the newspap...

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. — 14 December 1911

business, slaves tov-the wealth of their owners and they owe their -o- success to the people who read theif papers. -o- THIS MAN IS WORTH $100,000,000 AND HE'S ON HIS WAY. TO COURT TO BE TRIED AS A CRIMINAL PACKER f ' ' r nil! ii n --r-"1. 'BHHpBBBt...irM!T'f J.Ogden Armour. ' ' This photograph of the head of the Armour meat packing in dustry was taken in Chicagofas the multi-millionaire was walking toward federal court to face4rial under the criminal section of the Sherman anti-trust' law. Empress Dowager of China says that Prince Chun wept and prayed to resign the regency. It .was becoming a. pretty;., hot job for Chun. But isn't it nise to see one of the divine righters just howling to be cut loose from Jhis divine .right to run- folks?,- - ,

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. — 14 December 1911

:,,- " ,'-;...'; .; "- . CHICAGO USES SCHOOLS AT-"'NiGHT FOR DANCES AND PARTIES TO ROB BAD'RESORTS OP LURE' - ' . , . o, r: -ji"" ': " By Dr. James B.McFatrich, ' ' ' ' - President Chicago Board, of , Education. We have- $50,000,000 worth of I school property in Chicago. The buildings are used 1,000 hours a year; they should be used 3,000 hours a year. If they belonged to a- big "busi ness enterprise they . would be used all the time, and' because they belong to the public they should not be kept closed the greater part of-thet year. Now we are going to ajlow the people to use their -school build ings for amusement-purposes any night they desire. Light Wd heat will be provided i.ree. Dances will be held two or three times a week. ,' " We -want' to' see the schools made social cehters-and the prop erty put to the best" .public .ad vantage for the education and pleasure, of the community. The children are to have what they want. They may do anything they please that does not violate t...

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. — 14 December 1911

1 f- tammeifts will give these young people a clean, decent substitute for the dance hall; take them off the streets at night, and keep them from the questionable pic ture shows. Last year we tried the experi ment in two schools, and met with great success. This winter 11 buildings' will be opened', with more to follow. While there will be two-steps and waltzes for the young people who demand them, an effort will be made to intro duce folk, dances, which, are real ly very beautiful and entirely harmless; also they promote a greater degree of sociability. But we are not setting out to reform the children. We are go ing to let them have a good time, in a decent, respectable manner. o o A BUSTED THEORY By W. C. Cotton, M. D. - " The "grapeseed" theory of appendicitis ias been exploded. It is true that grape seeds have been known to lodge in the appendix, but so have all otiier forms of food. Grape seeds cause their share of appendicitis and no more. So if you like grapes don't hesitate...

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. — 14 December 1911

m THIS $300,000- PAENTINp IS COMING .-TO AMERICAIT ..r.- , FIRST COST $300. ' - ' ' i ' 71V tlAmrwnjrifin. fc7 ""J S uvpmtcjQD-y- uxoebwqop- "The Coronation1 of St. Catherine" by Rubens, will arrive in New xorksoon, having been purchased, from the Duke of, Rutland. It is one of the- most important canvases .of the. great master, and was painted in-1633 for the altar of St. Barnabas-in-the Church of St. Augiisrin.in Malines.' The picture is &2 feet in height and 7 feet wideand its figures, are life-size.' It has been bought by-4 well-known American' collector,' ..''' l.rn nfit i W , . - . i MHiiiiiiAiiiiiiiiiiia

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. — 14 December 1911

IV ' ir rev p & m - - K DEMURE HAIR DRESSING IS ON THE WAY off- Elaborate head-dressina sets simple coiffures. With the in coming of demure hair-dressing, the indoor decorations of' fair heads increase. For formal even ing events, it is the rule for the 'feminine' crown of glory to be decked in varied ways. Bands of gold or silver lace is a favorite decoration for pretty girls. If the hair of the maid is dark, then gold sets off its raven hue. Silver is becoming to blond hair and the lacey bandeau "is usually held in place by a knot and bow of some gay ribbon. o o "Here's a new cure: . Ohio man, hurt in a football game, can't re member that he is married. HULL HOUSE DEEDED A HOME FOR MOTHERS '' Another recreation spot, where" tired mothers and children may escape the heat of the city for a few days in the summer, was as sured yesterday, when Mrs. Jos. T. BQwen,, 1430 Astor street, deeded to Hull House a 75-acrd farm as a memorial to her hus band. The place, according to plans of...

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. — 14 December 1911

outburstsof evefett TRUE T NK'-Hn ;jH ODMFOUMD YOUf wr Z)oh't you 3UT P)Pr? zx rou suppose' Atr P3PS& s ro7z VERY807Y 77YS CARtgt DEFENSE TO "FIGHT NEW TRIAL OF HYDE ' Kansas" City, .Mo, Dec 14. Quoting the state Jaw, which says that twelve '- men - must- be kept together from the-beginning of a case to the end, counsel for the defense of -Dr."Br- Clark Hyde today announced 'their intention of. fighting his retrial," on the ground that 'his life " has ' been placed in jeopardy, and- that, therefore, he cannot be tried again for the same offense'.- It is certain nowcthere 'will be an order 'for a retrial, even should Harry Waldron, the escaped jur or, return Not the slightest clew has been found of Waldron's whereabouts. Preparations are being made to drag the fiver in the hope of re covering his body, the police be lieving he 'committed suicide be cause "of homesickness and busi ness worries. " :0 O You probably wont do any thing -well if you don't want to do it iAMAAttflAAAAMil...

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. — 14 December 1911

ALWAYS BACKWARD A couple Joi women, well, seated on a crowded street car, were loudly engaged in a conversation regarding woman suffrage, to the de light of their fellow passen gers. The two were somewhat startled when the car passed the corner at which they wished to alight, They bus tled through the standing crowd, continuing their con versation meanwhile. "Well," feinai ked a man to the conductor, "there's, noth ing backward about women nowadays," . "Watch 'em get off,'?' said the official. They got off backward !" New York Tribune. -OSCAR IS SOME MODELER TOO V&-COH&, Miss DILCplCKteS 1 rtr MOOEt-ED flOOtF IN QIAY. R6JU.Y I Ashamed of Probably "What do you suppose was the first thing Eve said to Adam?" "I expect she asked him if he was going to sleep all day." Houston Post. Local Pride. "Why do you insist on invest ing your money away from your hqme town ?" "Well," replied Farmer Corn tossel, "I've got a gqod deal of local pride, I have, and I regard the people in this he...

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. — 14 December 1911

JCADMIRATION, ANDHE IS ALSO, SOME SWATTER' ! umn ID SSv Ness? OH. l fee-nee you TRdtv xEft mud feDCeR an OCT vay G6TA FINS. LKS- 5S3 OF fXDOLY ' 1 'ReJULY, I THINK IT JS TPO SWSSTLY 3RANI WR NYTHIN(?! CH, PLCAse XPLese Give: y yiT to M( i KDtt ) tAftiftiiilltiftll

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. — 14 December 1911

m nr- .r, ,- LOCAL EVENTS IN TABLOID FORM . Miss Mamie Hossmer, 1148 Wl Monroe street, found uncon- scious in hallway this morning, " withsbullet wound in left leg. Said she had been to dance, returning J about 3 o'clock. Then" went out 1 to mail letter. As she entered hall on return shot was fired. Says she did not see assailant. Nicholas Reirihardt, 76, cut his t throat early this morning ,at "the home of his daughter, 11328 In- " diana ave. In bad health for i, years. May recover. Heavy fog caused four rear-end collisions on Chicago and North western railroad in vicinity of j- Austin ave. crossing early today. Two railroad employes slightly hurt. EdwardHemshel internally in jured in crash of two crowded W. North "ave. cars' af N.' Spaulding ave. this morning? "Other passen gers slightlyhurt. George Goebel, 1816 Welling ton street, and Otto -Jarr, 1825 Barry'ave., shot early this morn ing by. Policeman Max Schmidt, whomthey tried1 to hold up at Belmorit-antf, Lincoln aes. Goe bel ...

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. — 14 December 1911

m tructc wKicfi ran down and killed 1 John Andromico, 1110 W. Tolk' v street, exonerated by coroner's jury and released. Emil Krigisa, 2422 Cornelia, and Frank Trh, 2635 Cornelia, ar rested last night, charged with stabbing Joseph and Frank Zrad cka, brothers, 908 N. Western ave. Charles Edgerton, 11, Berwyn, and Harold Swofford, 14, 31i5 Irving ave., had mock battle j es terday, Charles using bricks and . Harold a knife. Charles was tak en to hospital, stabbed in the back. Owners of buildings who have failed to put new street numbers on their places will be fined $5 each, according to J. D. Riley, su perintendent of 'maps Murio Mutte, laborer, arrest ed for annoying girls going to 'and from Y. W. C.A., He was fined $15. Mutte has a wife and two children. Mrs. Ella Flag Young re-elected superintendent of the Chicago public schools yesterday. Grievance committee of Chica ' go Bar association will take up case of S. Carr Carroll, attorney, 8 S. Dearborn, blamed for the downfall of Rud...

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. — 14 December 1911

' '. -' i z "T f u ' ' 1 LATEST FADHaVeQU AN - This ph'otograph'sh'ows Gainsr borough's "Lady .with. a Black Hat" posed for the camera by an American. . ' Society women, are now .visit ing the great , art- museums in search of their "double," in the characters of the old masters, and PRIMARY GRADE IjESSON "WhWia the beet sugar-manufacturers of California. raisetheir price just because"Ner. York .re liners, 3,000 miles'.away.'drd'sa?" "Because it was good business," answered Expert 9Willet, of'Iew, York. There was'2"cent's per pound more profit" "7 . ,-- Why did we of "easy picking" pay more for sugar?' "'Answer: (Because sugartrusJ.madeus.VGte; having discovered her, they im mediately, have an exact copy made of the costume vi'.orn in the p'ictufe, dress -their hair in the re quired style, and e'mploy an artist-photographer "to reproduce them on paper with startling fidelity, to the original on canvas. o- But'these'rudimehtafy lessons in 'economics are easy! ' '. &- 'Over in Ger...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 14 December 1911

--'' -'. GRANTLAND RICE IS DISGUSTED WITH BRASS- TONGUED MAGNATES WHOSE WORD CUTS NO ICE - By Grantland Rice. New York, Dec. 14. The test of "baseball ruggedness, strength and recuperative poweris shown by the way it stands ur under the shock of the annual meetings of magnates When ther,final passing of the national game comes if it ever ' does while room remains for dia mond and outfield it will come, not through ihe players, but through the magnates or club owners. A game which attracts 20,000, 000 spectators annually; holds in vestments bf millions of dollars and employs thousands of men, is supposed to be a regular business. Despite this, at the annual meeting of the National and American leagues-here, proceed ings were inaugurated by C. W Murphy's circular letter, de nouncing Ban Johnson, president of the rival league - In the hotel lobbies the chief morsel was about the loud and noisy quarrel between Horace Fogel, president-xf the Phillies, and his manager, Charley Dooin. Mixe...

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. — 14 December 1911

LADY LION'S CHRISTMAS PRESENT" -IS- FED FROM A' ' BOTTLE - ' ' ' ' M 1 - I 1 .-- .' I I T ' ' 'l ' i 'I- , I I I 11 I A Baby Lion Taking .Dinner Two little baby lions came as a Christmas present to King and Queen, rulers of zoo at Toledo, Ohio. Santa Claus stork, who deals in baby lions, forgot to mark the. package "Don't Open Until Christmas," and that is how the photographer was able to get this picture. Mamma lion couldn't nurse the twins, so the little cubs were fed by the bottle. But that didn't please grouchy old p"apalHon at all. He roared every time the feed er brought the bottles, until he was given a taste, and then he wanted it all everv feeding time. That wouldnt do, you' see, so the ! keeper of the zoo -got a female dog- to" act as wet nurse to the cubs. The dog-has taken the bady lions into her kennel, and is prov ing the best kind of a foster mother, - which " isn't pleasing Queen the" least bit, and makes King pace tip and down his cage fairly- aching to get a grab a...

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. — 14 December 1911

mmmlA V l" I " .rT. ,& . - " HOW TO'TJSE RED CROSS SEALS " ' Obey postoffice order ancf place them only on reverse side of matter going by mail. - Place them anywhere on matter going by express. Use as many seals on any one letter or package as you want to. - Don't put seals over strings around packages, as this seals package and makes it take higher postage rate. Use seals on the face of checks, bills, legal documents and any commercial paper. . , " Seals may "be used on the reverse side of all mail. matter going to Austria, Germany, Great Britain, and most of the British colonies except India and Australia. Don't put seals on mail matter going" to Guatemala, Uru- guay or Portugal. These countries 'wont stand for it. Red Cross seals are not postage. They wont carry any mail matter, but any mail'matter will carry them.' Remember that every seal is a bullet in the battle against tuberculosis. ' eggs and beat tintil'Jight. Beat whites of 2 eggs4 to stiff froth and beat them in', i...

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. — 14 December 1911

m CYNTHIA GREY'S DAILY CORRESPONDENCE Am married a little over a year to a man 20 years my senior. When he speaks of his departed wife as his "wife," especially in company, I feel so blue and far away. I feel as if I were a ser vant. I believe that if he called her by her first name I would overcome that strange feeling. I have explained all this to him, but he does not seem to care. So please tell me how to overcome it. Should a husband and wife know about each other's business and money affairs? Or is it right for each to conceal details? B. You probably cannot overcome the feeling, which is not jealousy so much as hurt The man, being 20 years your senior, and perhaps married a long time to his first wife, refers to her as such quite unconsciously, as a mere habit of speech, without the slightest in tention of hurting you. . It is hardly probable that he will change, and all that you can do is to accustom yourself to his idiosyncrasy, and tolerate it. As to the second question, mo...

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. — 14 December 1911

tmmmmf OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CA8LE Galena, Mex., is the latest place where Gen. Bernardo Reyes has been "positively identified." Reported to be preparing pet rev olution, which he will spring next Sunday. Samuel .Gompers says the ene mies of union labor are getting together to try and crush trades unionism once and for all- by using McNamara case. "Too young for love," is title of society tableau being staged at Washington by Mrs. Glifford B. Hemmick, aged 60 and then some, who .recently married a Parisian actor artist, aged "30 minus." Baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. "Thomas Higgles, 'Washington, choked to death froni swallowing pin. Posses are following two mask ed men who murdered Charles Dixon and his wife in their home at Fallston, N. C Lynching is certain if men are captured. $5,000 is price put on girl's scalp by Director Durand, of the Census, who 'asks reparation for Alice Hugon, hurt-in census ma chine. ' Waukesa, Wis., thief stole 45 skunk hides. No Sherlock Holmes was...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 14 December 1911

3,000 tailors, of Berlin, who have been on strike since Nov. 23, to day returned to work, having givert up the strike as hopeless. Heavy dray loaded with candy pulled up outside Louisville, Ky., scftool at hour of dismissal. Kids confiscated dray and drove off teamster. Florence Thompson, 21-year-old wife of James Thompson, or ganist in one of the churches of Washington, Pa., declared today that her husband forced her to "become a thief, and steal from grocery where she was employed. Albert Smith sat and smoked on .keg of gunpowder in mine near Williamsburg, Ky. Seriously in jured. Jury in federal court, Cleveland, awarded Hailey-Ola Coal Co. $30,507.72 damages against Globe Oil Co., for losses in explosion in mine at Haileyville in 1908 thus valuing lives of men at $500 and of mules at $150. Led by Chief No-Shirt, 50 In dian chiefs, squaws and papooses, gaudily arrayed in blankets and feathers not much else turned the White House into a tepee to day. Privy Medical Councellor Dr. Wi...

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. — 14 December 1911

yiL: l. u.! 'ji 1 1:',1.'- .u1 ' , Conrad-are now on-trial; is-dying in-his apartments at the Hotel Ansonia, N. Y. "I favor the recall; and will not stand for anything'else than the legislature carrying out the wish es of the people." Governor elect W. P. Hunt, Arizona. Seems like William Judicial Temperament Taft hadn't accom plished much by vetoing the re call clause in the Arizona consti tution. - Engineer Herneckel and Brake man Reinhard were killed by ex plosion in boiler of freight en gine at Dallas, Texas. Attorney General Wickersham in annual report, says" the civil suit against beef trust when he heard packers were going to ap peal for delay of criminal suit on motion to wait until civil suit was disposed of. Standard Oil company today trying to "unscramble the eggs" of its independent telephone sys tem Girls of Connecticut are peev ed because C. F. Corbin, who will lose his share-of father's $5,000, 000 estate unless married before Saturday, .says the money isn't enough to...

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. — 14 December 1911

wrong", John. It is interesting to note that a little further -on in his illumin ating article, Shedd discovers the alarming fact that " the average man is honest, law abiding and in telligent." "Now, who'd have thought it? Elbert H. Gary is going to give wife a $500,000 string of pearls for Christmas. Thus does Elbert demonstrate that the truth of his remark be fore the Stanley committee that there ought to be fe'deral regula tion 'of the trusts. Princess Alexandra, daughter of Duke of Fife, was saved in wreck of steamer Delhi by sailor, who dragged her ashore by hair of her royal, but sinking, head. House yesterday voted for ab rogation of 1832 treaty with Rus sia by 300 votes to 1. "The policeman, on his way home after being dismissed from duty, blundered upon the rob bers The Tribune. Now, if our police force would get that blundering upon robbers habit Crowd of 6,000 fought to see Roosevelt yesterday. This hap pened in New York. 125 New York men and women went in bathing at Con...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
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