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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 4 November 1911

'dents and governors ; but without vision the people perish. Visionar ies are needed, Wise, kind, brave, unpractical dreamers like John Adams and Abraham Lincoln must come in every crisis if God works his miracle. All the generals in the world, all the Hesians, all the money may npt prevail against one clear-eyed, soft-spoken, stout hearted man who has learned to repeat with Godgiven fervor what he learned among a righteous people enduring a Wrong. ' Today we are turning a corner of the most wonderful way the world ever has passed. A new social and political continent has risen. The middle classes have, taken the world's, scepter. And these merchant princes, these captains of industry, thqse high caste Brahmins. of low caste politics are'coming into old habits of thought, thesaitfe arrogance of class, the same domineeringinsdlence in their use of power, the same social, political 'and. economic Bburbonisra that was the downfall of the kings. . xhc iuwn Uftu biiaucixu caste uascu upo...

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. — 4 November 1911

m -motherv-and; father;; crazed - by -.weird-cult,- pJdison'-SOn;then kill themselves 'A weird stor-vi of 'relieious 'fan 5-aticism was revealed today when Henry Letch, -his wife and -12- year-old son Hennawere'fmmd .dead on vthe..flojpr,'Ofthe v dinipg roomofttheh homeat 5027 Gun nison, ayenuet Irving "Iarlc., v,.. It is th'e "story 'of.a'mjitfier an5d father, qrazeri bye$w1o eqter . ed Into 'a pact ttf Jsjowljr ' starve 'their son and " themselves,; r and ttienJto.endutheir.Jljves$byp6isqn. t The, bodieswere. fpundvlixa real estate agent .Who ca'meto ccollect thefent.". He cb'ud;getno i answer to "his knocking . -at the door. A neighboring bo.yetod him he was'-s'ure tiia Mrs!;Letsth and littre'Hefman-wereiathonip. The real .estate .Vgent 'called the poKce, and ;atert ;neht)ors (had testified' that none of rthfain ily had been.seenrf8r-aJweek, "the door was battere'd'doCrai. . l Little He'rina'n. was ''stretched out. on a- l6tmge,-his "eyes"" -wide , open, a p'eaceful-sinile -on hi...

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. — 4 November 1911

mmmmjmmmm T ''V ?f we Hsall tHe.. JTlfat'wilbe. easy dotsement to make it" negottat Dr. Ewald Weber, 5375 Law rence avenue, was cajled in to make an investigation for the police. He reported that every mem ber" of the family had died of a virulent poison.- They had been dead, he said, for about a week. TAFT REFUSES TO LEND BLIND MAN PALTRY SUM Executive, Who Himself 'Re ceived Huge Loan, Turns Down Pathetic Appeal. Hot Springs, Va., Nov. 4. A pathetic request for financial backing to the extent of $2,000 was turned down by President Taft here today. . The request was from a Con necticut man. He asked the Pres ident to endorse a note for three years. "I wish to secure your signa ture to keep as long as I live," the letter read. "I need the money, as-I have been out of work since January 1, when my eyes failed me. "I think it is more manly to get help this way than to he a public charge.", v ,- The writer gave the president such references as the general secretary-of the Y. M, C. A. a...

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. — 4 November 1911

wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm TELEGRAPH BRIEFS- ' THenry C. Mott; .Ansonia, Conn., heard California uncle left him legacy. Quit job. Hit high places. Legacy arrived. 6 chick- ens, 1 canary, 1 parrot. Glooms, and more glooms. Uncle Joe Cannon says Who in thunder Is Uncle Joe Cannon anyhow? ,. , Rachel Bell, Zanesville, O., just 10Q years old,- says she's never been kissed. Quit your kidding, Rachel. Chas. Fox, Beaver Falls, .Pa., says he killed five rabbifs with one "shot. Any men, Charies?- Mayor Harrison suff ering frjam cold. Probably 'caught it on that, Arabian Rights trip, ....oy eft , the' !West,Side.t , ' " ' ' - .Richard Abernethy, Spartans.-, burg, S C, while drunk, .boasted of killing man. Now in . jail charged with murder. A Ipose tongue maketh a hard way, doesn't it Richard? Mrs. Champ Clark. registered at Kansas City, "Mo , as "a serv ant's wife." Explained hubby was'servant of people. It hasn't broken out on Champ badly yet. Ogala, Ischief, Shrimpser, Maghicktgno, Tayah, Good ...

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. — 4 November 1911

wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm MANDY'S CAXICO'DRESS COST 98 CENTS; ' 61 CENTS WENT TO AID "PATRIOTIC" TRUST How $32,000,000 a Year Is Wasted Shipping Raw Cotton to Eng4 land and Calica Back' to the United States. 7 orf ..S"4 .New Orleans, Nov. 4. Nine southern gov ernors and Mandy I Nine soft voiced south ern gentlemen gathered here to see if they couldn't devise a way of rais ing, the price of "cotton and Mandy,. 300 miles away, black by na ture, happy by the same, bus ily picking the cotton itself. I'he price of cotton is a big question for the governors, but - Mandy is much more concern ed in getting enough for her pickaninnies to clothes to wear. ' Let's visit witH Mandy as she picks the raw cottdn the same kind that went to make" the calico dress which surrounds her gen erous frame. What happens to the cotton be tween the time it is raw, as Man dy picks it, and the time it is man ufactured into cloth? wk ' IA I I 1 v 1 - eat and calico The difference between twor pounds of raw cotton and th...

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. — 4 November 1911

Where did the other 61 cents go? 'WhoVotitl ' ' That's thebig question that is most important. "But the gover nors wourdn't discuss it. What the governors, 'wanted was to raise the price of cotton 3 cents per pound and 'put $60,000,000 into "the' pockets of southern farmers. --Why don't the governors strike at the big evil at the forces of Big'Business, politics and high tariff, that took 61 cents out of Mandy's 98 cents, andvthat holds up every wearer of cotton in the United States in the same, way? But part of Tthe money goesto American mill hands1, some one may say. ... Only a very small part.. Most of the wages paid, goes to ENG LISH mill, hands! The "pat riotic',' cotton trust, after.it buys the cotton, ships most of it to England, where every year, half a- milHon, cheaply paid English mill-hands weave it into cotton goods! . And these , cotton goods, are shipped back,, .to the United States! The mill hands of the United States, -who were out of work be cause the cotton -was. s...

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. — 4 November 1911

9r T 5fcT ton, arrested,, charged with steal ing jewelry from Mrs. Sarah C. .Reynolds' of New York, visiting in' Chicago. ' Wells school, reported not equipped with sufficient fire es capes, declared safe -by investiga tors,. - Mrs. Elizabeth Schmidt, 1306 N. Monticello, committed suicide at home yesterday. Asphyxia tion. - "Illinois citizens can feel fib pa triotism as long as we have a Senator Lonmer. . The church deals in canned goods." Remarks .of.Rev. Thornton A. Mills, Rock ford, Why not "can" Loamer? Dr. Mortimer E. Emrick, 5700 Kiinbark, sued wife for divorce. Says" he' locked her out of house. Three men robbed cigar store qf E. W.Harris, 28 E. 18th street. Tooki$150. One stuck revolver in proprietor's face. Hundreds passed store while robbery was, taking place. A. Cox, 358 E. Chestnut, rob bed .of 100 by two armed men at Sth ave., near Madison. Widows and relatives of fire men killed in stockyards fire last December -will receive their share of $220,000 relief fund Monday. ...

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. — 4 November 1911

SHELIMS -MAN-HIGH ;, , . COSTS $l,0Q0vtQ;PIRE v.S iJ.k. fs ' ,1 Cc vvit-'ia Here's thesHell destined "to de fend the Panama canal. 'Hr.epre-, sents the kmd -of bullets that the big ld-incb rifle of the American coast defense. service' shoots'-This five-foot Xr 'piere'ingslfell is the biggest' "in " the ryoflfft. It weighs 2,400 pounds,a,nd 'has a range of over' 20. miles.'-,' W costs Uncle Sam $1,'00Q every tijrieone of these big:fellows is fired.'; R. R. Strike Threatens, England. London," Nov. 4.-The'ececu-tive committee of. thV- British Railway unions decidecTtoday on a referendum , of th,e "question of declaring a general strijce'on all English lines. 'The ballot-will "be returnable Dec.' 5. Practically alK railroads were' tied up" last-summer, but the. men-resumed 'work on the appointment of acommis- J sron to "adjust- their,- differences with' the; companies. .This coW, missibfy was -dominated by' tlje employers' influence, and the re-;1 suit of its deliberation has already be...

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. — 6 November 1911

mmmmmmiWifmW?il J-J Ji iwuuiw" j ' ' THE DAY BOOK 500 SO. PEORIA ST. 398 TEL. MONROE 3$3 '.Chicago, londay, November, 6, 1911., WHITE, SLAVEjRY 'CAN, BE ABOLISHED BY AN , -ARQXjSED PlBLIC CONSCIENCE . I - . I : 7". ' . A Clean-up of the Police Force May -Help, But It Wont .Core ;Z7e People Will Havel to T tickle -Economic Conditions to- Accomplish ' Permanent Good Im , , portdnt'-Quotations from-the Vice Report. "Olcou'rse it will'tielp 'clean up Chicagoif.all grafters are kicked out of the police depatipent, and honet men 'put in their places. , But-even if thelmayqr and. Civil' Service Commission should ac complish that.much even if we get police.office'rS and men .who will enforce the la'w stillthat wont strike at the root of the 'trouble. Policemen may regulate immoral houses ;rthey,may enforce.the 1 o'clpck ctosing ordinance ; theymay .arrest women, for soliciting on the streets-; they ,may divorce prostitution and the booze b'usi-; ness ; theymay-stop publicrgambling. ' BUT IT...

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. — 6 November 1911

Commission. You know all of them well enough to know that they are men and women of real eminence in this community. Well, those eminent men and women are also brave. They have shown courage that not a newspaper in Chicago that lives on adver tising dare show. They have made a report to the people of Chicago that has never reached the people, because NONE OF THE BIG DAILIES DARES TO PUBLISH THE REPORT. - And because of this cowardice the general public doesn't know what is in the report, and copies of it are about the hardest thing in Chicago to get hold of. Men who have had influence enough to get a copy are afraid to lend it for fear they wont get it back. That report says : "THE CONSERVATIVE ESTIMATE IS MADE THAT THERE ARE AT LEAST FIVE THOUSAND PROFESSION AL PROSTITUTES IN CHICAGO. MEDICAL MEN AF FIRM THAT THE AVERAGE LIFE OF THESE UNFOR TUNATE WOMEN FOR SERVICE IS FROM FIVE TO SEVEN YEARS. THUS IT FOLLOWS THAT FRESH YOUNG GIRLS MUST BE CONTINUALLY SUPPLIED TO TAVKE THE PLACES O...

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. — 6 November 1911

r cr S n --( ,i a f- It took'an aroused public conscience to abolish' black slavery; in this country, and the professional politicians wtere the last qon verts to the cause. IT WILL TAKE AN AROUSED PUBLIC CONSCIENCE TO ABOLISH WHITE SLAVERY IN THIS COUNTRY AND THE POLITICIANS WILL NOT ACT UNTIL DRIVEN TO IT BY THE PEOPLE. And we know what a slow and tedious process it is the arous ing of an indolent public conscience. The greatest force we know of through which to arouse this public conscience without the assistance and'in spite of a press sub sidized with advertising is organized labor. The history of the eight-hour day, child labor legislation, the initiative and referendum, employers' liability laws, inspection of workshops, factories and mines Yes, the .history of nearly all of the legislation for the protection of men, women and children against the greed of capitalism, will prove that union labor advocated and fought for it earnestly for. years before sufficiently aroused to i...

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. — 6 November 1911

SEVEN ilEN GUARD -JIM -M'NAMARA-WHEN. HE IS, ' , - -TAKEN T9 COURT . Jiiiir'i''iyi " " v s-t"' ' "s jj?t. ? it''i.'&f?$$?$f-2i . When Jim McJNamara go;es to and fnom his cell in the Los An geles, cpunty jail .to the. courtroom in the Half of Records, where. he is being tried on a charge of murder, seven heavily armed deputy, sheriffs guard him. The above picture, McNamara in the center, of. the second line. k t v .. f

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. — 6 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmm. m M'NAMARA DEFENSE WINS POINT WHEN JUDGE " .SUSTAIN'S DARROW'S CHALLENGE ON JURORS Judge Bordwelll Fredericks, arid Darcow..Have Numerous Heat ed Clashes. " Los Angeles, .Nov. 6. The fight' of the" defense in thVMcNa mara case' to eljmfnafe 'talesmen ,W. H. Andrews," farmer ranch manager foV: General H. G.'Otis, from thejury box,, was successful today, when judge' Bordwell sus tained Attorney -Darrow's chal lenge. '.'- At the opening;.of .court Dis-" trict Attorney. Fredericks tried to qualify Andrews1 ln spite of his admission that .he is ' prejudiced against unions. ( Judge Bordwell, Fredericks and'Dafro'w had, sev eral headed clashes before 'the de fense's" challenge" ws sustained. Immediately after, the court excused talesmen Seaborn" Man ning on 'account jf ill .health. Both sides joined, m'thY request to excuse this talesman, although both sides had accepted him. William F..Clark a -former undertaker replaced Andrews in the box, and Frank "Pester re placed Manning...

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. — 6 November 1911

ed Fredericks to admit 'he-knew nothing of such a robbery at tempt and that it was utterly without foundation. When court reconvened today, Judge Bordwell took up for con sideration the demand of his fel low jurors that Seaborn Man ning, the only man "believed to be ce'rtainlyacceptable to both sides, be relieved of service because of his health. Attorney Darrow put the issue squarely to the court, saying: "We want Manning, as he is eminently fair, but I don't see how we can object to his be ing excused, when it is admitted his life might be endangered if compelled to remain." Fredericks said that he was sorry to lose Manning, bu that the court must decide. Bordwell, after examining the doctor's re port, took the matter under con sfderation. He also took up for considera tion the defense's challenge against W. H. Andrews, former ranch manager of General Otis, who is. unalterably opposed to -Jabor unions. He insisted he knew he could not give McNa mara a fair triaj. because of this b...

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. — 6 November 1911

?Sf51? BRIGHTB0Y, . HIS" - - ' .- GRANDAtf-.THINKS Looks.'ljke-alrve1 American kid, 'doesn't hV? IviigKt belong td your nejgh'bprjust'afpund the-corner? But he isn'tj'-an'd' doesn't.' " 'HeVthe'gfandsdn-of 'William Hohenzollefh; . .better, known as emperor of ; Germany, to whose throne, the-boy.will succeed some clay if ' he, lives arid the throne "survives.- This .'new photograph has jtist arrived from Berlin. '-d--o Tungsten as' an alloy -for tool steel is. reaching-, "great import ance. -. . " ' Laughing ".till -ypur: false teeth fall 'out "Wcarry frig. fHe-fun too far. - ' -.:- , -';; FOUR WAYS TO GOOK - ., - ..POTATOES Potato Omelet Grate three meajy boited.potatoes.'Beat in the yolks, .of "three eggs, 'beating in three tablespoons, of milk, one fialf a teaspoonful of 'salt,, a pinch of white pepper, and a tablespoon of, chopped parsley, and at the last minute the beaten whites, mixing it all as lightly as possi ble. Put a tablespoon of -butter in" the frying pan and as it boil...

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. — 6 November 1911

m a little more milk. Serve - hot. These are .delicious. . Pressed Potatoes Wash, peel and boil in salted water about eight potatoes- When done drain and dry over the fire for a mo ment. Take each potato and press it firmly in a cloth to give a ' round shape. Place in a buttered baking dish, pour over half a.pint of stock, put a piece of butter on each potato, season with salt and pepper and bake in the oven un til the potatoes have absorbed the stock. Convict Gets Death Sentence. Washington, Nov.. 6. James W- Finley, California convict, in Folsom prison, sentenced to the death penalty for assaulting R. J. Murphy in the prison December 29, 1904, must die, according2 to the decision of the U. S. supreme court today. Cooler Tuesday. Weather man pre dicts: Unsettled and somewhat c o o ler for tonight, with lowest temperature about 40 degrees. For Chicago and vicinicy : Tuesday feherally fair; winds becoming risk westerly. - ted- -o o- j Chicago has a girl weighing 825 pounds. You can t...

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. — 6 November 1911

TELEGRAPH JBRIEFS John D.-.Rockefeller.,. Jr. told Bible class he, - cured horse of greediness by. .-gutting? stone in feed, box: t Wfll Johngrv -please operate on poppa? Michael .Fleming, N.;Y., mis , took"fpdh"ee statibn for, saloon and lieutenant for jbarkeeper. He'll be out-iaa'few'davs. Thf ee'gunboats of Chinese im perial, fleet sailed in to Shanghai harbor. , not knowing ,c;ty had passed'intq' hands of 'rebels. Any way) the rebels needed them. Leer"0'Neil Browne's denying things before" tfie Lorimer invest igation conrniitteeagain'today. Clark Sayner, 1 3 f .years old, Sayner, Wis., went hunting. .That's all. ' Howard- W. Bennett, Ludlow Centre, Mass., received gold' watch for virtue. Howard jiever kissed a girl. We can get along .with that Ingersoll. t n Luigi Longone, Springfield, 'Mass., ate 28 doughnuts and drank 14 cups of-coffee on a bet vThey'll get him yet ' My,- but Inspector. Hunt has become virtuous. But. he's rated as a millionaire now, and can af ford it. ' Woman...

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. — 6 November 1911

Germany suffered greatest set back in history by accepting ter.ms of Moroccan agreement with France. Yes, but it was ac cept or fight. "His Excellency the Minister of Foreign Affairs cables me that the royal decree of this day the wiole of Tripoli and Cirenaica have been subjected definitely and irrevocably to the sovereignty, full, sole and entire, of the King dom of Italy." Sounds fine, doesn't it. But the latest dispatches from Tripoli seem to indicate that Italian royal decrees don't amount to much there. Mrs. Alice Cary, 25 Elgin, 111., drank carbolic acid, worrying about divorce granted two years ago. She died. Mrs. Martin Snyder, society leader, Kokomo, Ind., saw burg lars coming info home by back door. Mrs. S Left by front, door in kimona, taking her jewels with her. JDr. H. S. Brown, Toledo, O., hurrying to patient in auto, tried to cross tracks in front of train. He was a good doctor. Boston public library to have official story teller for children. The Day Book has one al...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 6 November 1911

r 3 MRS. LINNELL'MOST"SORROWFUL OF WOMEN; BABYHOOD DAYS OF AVIS HER ONLY COMFORT Wishes She Were Lying in Grave Beside Avis; Says She 'Would Be Happier There. By Stella Marquere. Bqston, Nov. 6. I have just returned from a visit to the most sdrrowful home and the most' sor rowful woman in the country. The home is a little two-story frame house, perched on the .cliffs of Hyarmis-by-therSea. It was the home of Avis Linnell, before she died an awful death. The woman is Mrs. Edgar Lin nell, mother of lAvis. I waritedto ask Mrs. Linnell what she thought-about the death of her daughter on this, the eve of the trial of the man she once accepted as fit to be'come the hus band of her daughter, She met me at the door, a little woman robed in black; whose eyes" expressed" a sorrow greater than all other sorrows. I told her of what I wished to talk, and the tears sprung-to her eyes. She dashed' them aside. Then asked me to come in. In the home-like little parlor, with the -piano .that never has...

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. — 6 November 1911

WV T.TTJI " """ J I II M nHHPHMH mmm --r.;5,--.' .:; . . - -- i nfMPimi a Trr-v -vw vv e KTra7JryLtT"gHtf(,p,' af."zr-ff.-F-w-.-i -- liave-entertained uv our house, whpm we had encouraged 'to make love to our daughter, had deceived her, and betrayed her and plotted her death. - "Perhaps he gave her the cy anide But he was not sane if he did so. He could not have been. He-jnust have been crazy "Mu Hicheson's suit for my daughter' hand always pleased-! me. He was a minister of 'th& gos pel, a man' pledged to follow the Master's-footsteps, for one thing. iAwoinan always likes to thinkof her daughter as a miflfster-s.wife. It think a woman always likes to be a minister's wife. "So we smiled on Avis and iRicheson'when they were much .together, 'and when my daughter .told me Richeson had asked her to marry him, I was very happy. , '"Now '. The tears came to Mrs. Liri ttell's eyes again. This time she did not brush them away. She buried her head in.her hands and gohbed unrestrainedly. ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
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