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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 14 December 1911

G. Shedd's remarks. There certainly IS something wrong with the men now running business. Geo. M. Reynolds, president of Continental and Commercial National Bank, told National Business League yesterday that bankers HAVE to violate the law. Rev. Chas. M. Brewer, discharged from U. S. " Army as chaplain, under arrest at Olustee, Okla., charged with dynamiting governcent buildings for revenge. Chairman Wm. Barnes, Jr., N. Y. Republican State committee, is quoted as saying 'Roosevelt wants to be dictator of U. S. Not while those business men at the Congress hotel are on deck no siree! they're going to do the dictating themselves , IN THE LIMELIGHT Cardinal Bourne, England's newest member in the sacred col- liege, probably at tracted more atten tion during the con- Isitory at Rome jthan any other man. He has long been the archbishop o f Westminster, London, and is uni versally regarded as England's greatest Catholic church- At the vati- rjt&m&rr$&. W'...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 14 December 1911

w V 2! obadiah gardnerof:mnaineis;the reAl farmer .' - - :c :-; in THE SENATE" r ;r . - Mfs.Garxlne'r-is''a.finefvmbther- Speakings afiarmreYjs;5hee,s a picture of one,-r-Ob'adiah Gardner of Maine. . Alsoarpicture of Mrs. Gardner.- Thejfofmehis the new senator fromiMginey-a JDemo- Senator Obadiah Gardner. crat and for 10 years master of the state range. He is heralded as a big, strong man mentally and physically and a distinct addition to the growing minority of senators who represent the people, not the plutes. But he is not tho only senator able to boast of "that" rich and flavorful .name, Obadiah'. Senator Frank Biggs of New Jersey has an Obadiah ,tag, too, "but he conceals it as a middle initial "O." Senator Gardner flaunts his Obadiah right in front foursquare to all the winjds.-that blow. ly woman', the" kind that people mean! wTientheysay "real folks." 1 - - V' i . - J ePhEHP-!7&?4"'?''m -j (J 'ZUiJKS tjzwjrr Mrs Obadiah Gardner. HEEPFUL XMAS HINT. muji i w r rrj!...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 15 December 1911

THE DAY BdOK 398 , 500 SO. PEORIA ST. TEE. MONROE 353 Vol.' 1, No. 6- Chicago, Friday, Dec. 151911 One Cent ONE HUNDRED POLICEMEN FIGliT FOR FOUR HOURS TO TLgRN ASSESSOR OUTOFOFFICE s' Maybe State. Militia Will Be Needed to keep Henry . Arnold, of Denver, Who Soaked Corporations and , "Rehjigged" on Machine, Oat. Denver, Colp., Dec. 15. It took one' hundred policemen four hours yesterday to put Henry J. Arnold," county assessor," out of his ofijce. ." And today 50 policemen are guarding P. E.-liilts, the new incumbent of tjie office, and Governor "Shafroth Jis considering' the advisability of ordering out state troops to prevent further trouble. , The trouble over the assessorship" Has arisen out of the consolidation. of the city and county of Denver, and a little difference between Arnold, and the Democratic machine which elected him. . ,. Arnold Was elected county assesjsor of ,Denver on the machine 'ticket. .For "which favor, the raa.chiriV expected him to be duly grateful when i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 15 December 1911

i. tions, arid gave them cigars, but no satisfaction. He wasgoingio assess the properties of the corporations on the same basis as the ordinary citizens of Denver were assessed, and he cared not a whoop about the machine having the aforesaid idea of running on an independent ticket in his headThe machine thought to another way of getting at Arnold. It ' went to the county commissioners, who, in Denver, can hear appeals from the assessors' rulings, and the good county commissioners began to get busy. But not for long. Not at all. As soon as the county commissioners had hewn down the as--sessment of one oppressed corporation, Arnold issued an edict, as it were. He said: "Ydu do that again, and 111 reduce the assessment . of every citizen of Denver, on the basis of the reduction you have made in the assessment of a big , corporation." The doing of which wquld have left Denver without funds, and the threat of which stopped the county commissioners in their career of adjusting the troubl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 15 December 1911

had heard of these things, and did not approve a little bit. Arnold has a large corps of assistants, and he set them to work barricading his office. When Hilts arrived, he saw the barricade, and stopped. " "I'm the new assessor," he said! "Let me in." "You're the new nothing," said Arnold. "I dont-' know you. Get out of my office." Hilts ran howling to Mayor Speerr Speer interviewed Chief o'f Police Armstrong. The chief sent a squad" of police up to depose Arnold. The squad of police rapped with thefr batons on the barricade "Get out of here," they said. "You've no business here. In the narne of the law." "Oh, sugar," said ' Arnold. "Come and put me out." The policemen reported to Mayor Speer. Mayor Speer saw his chances of getting rid of Arnold glimmering in the distance, and sent a message to Chief of Police Armstrong that Arnold must be evicted, by force, if necessary. So the chief sent 100 policemen which is half of Denver's police force, up to eject one stubborn and ambitious c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 15 December 1911

OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE 1 V'( YOtJ EOMV WANT AN- l.C -M " 1! OTHER FAIfi UKE l 1" Vi. " Z? THOSE TfOWff WEAtMQ. J.. ni J j YOU WANT A PAIR -j 1 J& t1 1 H 4gH rj do, do it A tYE WORN rEARS AND I WHAT I don't 5- KNOW tlL COME AROUND ' AND ASK KM! I WANT SHOES. NOT ADWCE, MR FRESH i , n r iraiezjH His Talent. Settlement Worker So this is your small brother. What does he do all day? Little Mother Smoke a cigaret for the lady, bub, and swallow de .stub ! Harper' s Bazar. Can Afford To. He's doing his Christmas shopping early." "Well, he can afford to.. He's the chap ,whov put in his winter's coal supply last June." Detroit Free Press.

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 15 December 1911

LET US ALL BE GRATEFUL TO HEARST - For Telling the Truth About Tripoli in His News papers Also for -Helping Weak, Wornout, Dis- , couraged Men With Bad Breath and Sluggish Bowels. (NOT copyrighted by The Day Book, 1911.) 4c. If there is one thing more than another we appreciate, its appreciation. And we always were more grateful for gratitude than s for any other kind of tude we ever heard of. Therefore it was with great gratitude, not to say genuine joy, that we read in Hearst's Chicago American last night that jWra. Randolph Hearst was to come to Chicago today to be irf'our midst long enough to attend a banquet given him tonight by "the Italians of Chicago in appreciation of his service in TELLING THE TRUTH, through his newspapers, regarding the fighting between Italian and Turkish troops at Tripoli." That's the way it was printed in Heafst's own paper, except the capital' letters, so.we assume that the real reason for the banquet was given. And it is a good reason, for if Hearst ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 15 December 1911

.I--"" Once." "Suffered Agony With Itching " '"Grip Left Her Wreck, Pe-ru-na Restored Her." "Bad Breath It's Your Duty to Get at the Cause "and Remove It." ' "No More Gas in Stomach and Bowels." "Biliousness, Sallow Skin, Headache, Sluggish Bowels." "One Dose Ends Indigestion, Gas, Dyspepsia or a Sick Stomach." "Weak, Wornout, Discouraged Men Restored to Health." "606 Cures Blood Poison." After reading all these able editorials we felt like going right If up" and shaking the hand of the editor of the 'Weak,' Wornout, Dis- ii couraged, Bilious, Indigestion, Sallow Skin, Itching, Dandruff, Kidney, Blood Poison and Bad Breath department of The Ameri- ' w , -can, but natural timidity in the presence of genius deterred us or words to that effect. j But when we thought of gratitude, and how grateful patriotic k sons of Italy all over the world felt toward Wm. Randolph for j printing the truth about the doings around Tripoli, and how grate- ' ful one or two Chinese were because Hearst save...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 15 December 1911

MINE WORKERS PLAN FOR SIX-HOUR DAY FAILS The plan fostered by hieh officials of the United Mine Workers i nlndiana and Illinois for concerted action among all miners of anthracite and bituminous coal toward securing a six hour working day with the present wage scale, and continuous employment, has temporarily failed through failure of representatives on both sides in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Iowa, to enter into the movement. It was believed by officials today that operators and miners in these states would not join because of the fact that Ohio, Pennsylvania and Iowa state laws do not grant the same advantages to miners that the statutes of Illinois and Indiana do s Miners' officials today sent a circular letter to 'these men asking their attendance at a further conference at Cleveland or Columbus, before December 28. Another conference of. opera tors and miners will be held here on the 18th. The conferences are all preliminary to -the framing of a new contract between the operators a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 15 December 1911

mmmmmmmm LATE LOCAL NEWS Bus loaded with children being taken to St. James Parochial school struck by street car at S. State and 25th streets this morning. Sarah Orr, Helen Hughes, Robert Hughes and Sister Aloysius ctu and brmsed. Others shaken up. ' Peter Macka, his wife and two small children, and John Mago, his wife and two children rescued by policemen and firemen in fire at 1410 W. Chicago ave , early - this morning. Fire loss of $200. Fire in Kurz-Downey box factory, Blackhawk and North Branch streets, this morning did $1,500 damage. Box car containing lumber valued at $3,000 also destroyed. Trial of millionaire packers postponed until Monday morning, in order to allow summoning of new venire from which to secure jury. Four youths and young woman arrested in front of Tuckhorn Hotel, 503 S. 5th ave., early today. Police allege the men tried to force the girl, Hulda Anderson, 26 E. 45th street, to enter hotel. Three were released. Understood residents of Wilson ave. .district ar...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 15 December 1911

IN LITTLE OLD NEW YORK By Norman. (The Junior Office Boy Has Heard a Few Anecdotes That He Liked.) n. y., thursdy wunst in a while a. feller hears a pritty good storey up around times squair if its verry good its eacher goin to be grabbed by sum vodevill guy, or else thats where it come from . well, i herd 2 or 3 .the uther evenin that made me laff, wether they wasfresh or hard boiled, ile make a stab 'at tellin them a dramacktic critick on one of the papers has a frend thats a ackter, he" is a mutch better frend than ackter, in fact, a pritty good truck driver was spiled when he went on the stage last weak he got a job acktin into a drammy, and his frend the critick went to see it this feller's acktin give the critick a horribel pane, he dident know wha't in the world to rite about him, so after thinkin about it a Jong time, he dident rite nuthing about him at all, in his space that he rote so next day the ackter come down to see him, and he ses, bill, aint you my frend i am, hener...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 15 December 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 1 i "f6lLOWTNGTHE CALF By Sam Walter Foss. A poem with a moral for' all slaves of precedent arid supposed to have been inspired by the devious windings of Brdadway, is what its author calfed the1 following: i One day through a. .primeval wood A calf walked home, as good calves should; But made" a trail all bent askew; A crooked trail, as all -calves do. The trail was taken up next day, By a line dog that passed that way; And then a wise bellwether sheep, Pursued the trail o'er vale "andj steep. . . - And drew-the flock behind him, too, , . As good bellwethers always do;! And from that day, o'er hill andi glade, , J Through those old woods a path was-made. - - And many men wound in and out, And dodged and turned and bent about, And uttered words of righteous wrath Because 'twas such a crooked path ; . . . . The forest path became a lane That bent and turned and turned again. This crooked lane became a road Where many a poor horse witK " hrs load r - Toiled on beneath...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 15 December 1911

JOHNNY"' HAYESr -OLYMPIC 'MARATHON WINNER, TELLS'HOWTO TRAIN ?ORA RACE." ',.." i - ", - . - ; y , , , 'S ffcTjKKfjmfxTs3t!BBtKjf ty" .- MKfcvx IHk V Bf Johnny Hayes, Winner of (Johnny Hayes, th,e plucky American "boy who won the Olympic marathon race in England in 1908, realizing his life ambition, knows what it is to prepare for one of these gYuelling contests. He tells the boys and' young men of Chicago wliat tado' to fit the body 'for long distance' Last Olymphic Marathon running, in his article today, so that they, too, may become marathdners. Editor.) Brains, good lungs, a stout heart, will power and grit these 'a're necessary for anyone who t wants to be a distance' runner. J - The1 first'1-thing to do -is to ac-

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 15 December 1911

,. .,mmmsmBxwm!mmmmmmmmmmmmm quire good habits. Don't smoke, dont' drink these dwarf your lung power. Get 'as much sleep as possible. Different "runners have different running styles, but the way I have found most successful in long races is to. use rubber heels, landing on the ball of my "foot and letting the heel hit theground a fraction of a second afterward. The contact gives you a spring for the next step. The one great thing is to conserve your energy. Never set the pace let the other fellow do it. It's always easier to come up from behind than it is to fight des perately to hold the lead, knowing others are tearing along behind you. Never strain your muscles. Run easy let your body swing with your stride and you wont find any strain, and never, under any circumstances, run on "your toes, it makes -sore feet and uses up the power. Some trainers advise against running with the mouth open. I have never run a race when I didn't keep my mouth partly open, holding a quill toothpick...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 15 December 1911

MANUAL LABOR SLEEP'AND' RELIGIOUS DEVOTION MEAN-AXaNG"PE, SAYS;otlEST MSNarfU. S. Cherokee Bill Shoveling -His Grand Junction,-Colo., Dec. 15 Get into the openajrj perform manual labor sixf.days of. the .week, enjoy plenty., of .sleep and on the seventh clay-rest and give' your thoughts to'the Almighty. This advice is' given By Cherokee Bill, declared by thVUnifed States census bureau to 15e the oldest inhabitant-inthe country. Investigation by special .agents of the department prove. Bilf'to be &14. '- " ' Fifty. Tons of Coal per, Day. . He- was born in what is now Oklahoma state, June 13, 1797. His mother was a Virginia slave and his father a Cherokee. 'Theplciestinhabitant has something 'like $100,000 in dust and nuggets cached about, his home. He is probably the richest indian in the country. His wealth was wrested from the hills of Leadville and from the sands of the Grand river. Bill doesn't prosgect now. 'He

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 15 December 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm shovels black diamonds and de-' spite his age thinks nothing of transferring 40 to 50 tons of coal. "I have money enough", hut I wouldn't be contented if I stopped working," said Bill, when ..asked the secret of his long life. "The secret of healthy old age is manual labor. I can't afford to be sick at my age and so I keep on working. "If a man wants to live a hundred years he ought to work hard .out doors. Farmers and lahorers live long. Men who work at desks and do brain work drop off young I drink a little and smoke and neither ever hurt me. "Anyone who will work hard and get plenty of sleep, devote Sunday to God and live right, will live as long as I .have. I haven't missed a day's labor in 100 years, except Sundays and when traveling. I won't work on Sunday. I generally travel on foot." Cherokee Bill is wonderfully preserved. His face is almost unwrinkled. He attributes this to a preparation given him by a Cherokee medicine man. In his home Bill has bibles, n...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 15 December 1911

MERELY A LEGISLATIVE SUGGESTION The house bill, limiting work of laborers, and mechanics employed by contractors or sub-contractors on governmental work to 8 hours, and providing for a fine for noncompliance with the law, was put over unanimously and without much debate. Representative Berger declared the "bill was not drawn in plain English. He suggested - that a bricklayer be permitted 'to. draft an eight-hour law, of not more than ten lines, with a newspaper man to examine and app'rove it, that its meaning may bcintelligible. Berger's suggestion might apply to all legislation, and the country as a whole would gain by the operation. That the advertising bug is just as bad as the hook worm was brought out in the discussion of the Lindbergh resolution asking for an investigation of the money trust. In the senate, Works of California made a remarkable speech in which he attacked America's richest men who make their philanthropies dependent .on conditions that their names be heralded ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 15 December 1911

mmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm .j HERE ARE SOME-SUGGESTIONS FOR EASILY MADE, INEXI Tr---r-i-.:F:F:F:c:F,: and a good lining-. Cut a piece of the cretonne, 23 inche wide and 24 inches loner. For the bad edge cover, cut the cretonne on the 23l , The presents illustrated are easily made, inexpensive and useful. "' - The writing box is 13 inches long, four inches wide and two and- one-half deep, and is covered with cretonne. It is made of heavy cardboard, two pieces for each section if sewed together; one" if pasted. ' If 'sewed, cover the cardboard" sections with cretonne and overhatid corresponding pieces together, making the sides of the Box and lay iriplace'on the bot tom cretonne covered piece .fastening down securely, using heavy thread. When the two pieces for the cover are covered, fasten to the box with three tiny brass hinges, jewing through the4ioles of the hinges and the cardboard. Make the partitions of card-1 board covered with cretonne and fastened together before slipping fn place...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 15 December 1911

If . SIVE AND USEFUL ARTICLES TO GIVE BOYS YOU KNOW Sew the sides together for four inches, making a box-like case. The three points are, folded in and the "back flap brought forara and held by patent fasteners. -"V t BSIiSiiklii. The case foi studs is mad( sfrom the end of a silk tie-o -any figu'rec k. It is lin with ' plaih color. Make a bo: 3lA i n c h e longj 2j4 wide and 1 inch deep, by covering cardboard for the base, 2y2 inches long and 22 .wide, with the plain silk. Take a strip of pliable cardhoard 11J4 inches long and 1 inch wide and bend to form the sides. Cover with, the plain silk and fasten to the base, the covered side of this, inside. Cut a strip of the- figured silk 11 inches long and Zy2 inches wide and line with the plain. Lay the box on this 5y2 inches from oqe end and 3 inches from the other and overhand along the twq ends. Line another strip of the figured silk, lOinches long and 2y2 wide, fastening to the box, under the other. Sew a strip of .flannel, kid or c...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 15 December 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmtm IN TIME OF CROMWELL I h'er h'ead to the modest show of By Frank H. Sweet 'Twas the 5th of September, 51, as I rode up the Ne.wbury road. It seemed that years rather than a few days, had passed since I fought with my liege on ill-fated Worcester field. And how, in the bitter anguish of my heart, I cursed--the fates that had made Cromwell ruler of England, and my gink an exile from his land. I Thus ran my thoughts, when a , -sudden scream came from the road behind. Hastily tightening my armor, I wheeled my horse and waited. Around a bend in the road came two men, and betwixt them a maid, quite sad and forlorn. The 'sight of their puritanic garb set the blood tingling in my veins. "Whence' came you, sir?" de manded he who appeared to be in command; "yu look -jaded." " "Verily, Master Rowe," sneered the other, casting a suspicious glance at me "he seems sorely spent, as though he had ridden from afar, from Worcester field." But I caf ed'not ,to disclose myself so ea'rly i...

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