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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 19 December 1911

wmmmmmmmmmmm met again, How Jar the "detectiyes were behind them at various timesand where and when 'the fugitives held their conferences. Even the part of the map whic covers the --Wisconsin woods, where McManigal and Jim Mc Namara went hunting, is dotted with pins. (Mr. 'Shepherd's next article Will show how' Detective W J. Burns entered the McNamara case after Detective Browne had gained all the evidence "- mthe Times explosion case.) . . o- COMETO THINK,OF IT' . r An Australian delegate to the ? irrigation .congress was asked: -"Does your country tax improve- : jnents on land?" " v -, He didn't understand, at first. Finally, they got the idea . through his head and he ans wered : j "Tax a, man for improving his r land? Why, that would' be like fining him for brushing his teeth, wouldn't it?" A bank note is the best illus trated paper out. Sfep'MaiLer Goo$( SY HOW5UID KANN Ely Howard Mann. - Cross-Patch, draws the latch Sits by the phone and xrames -A lot of lies and vague surmis...

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. — 19 December 1911

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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. — 19 December 1911

;,,, -&3r&? Tfn' 5 DYNAMITE WITNESS . CLOSELY QUARDED Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. 19. Openly slating that they fear witnesses might be tampered with, the federal authorities in vestigating the dynamite con spiracy, today adopted additional stringent measures to prevent the identity of'witnes'ses being learned. All witnesses were smuggled -through private entrances to the jury room by private" detectives and .government officials and taken both to and from the fed eral building by devious routes.. All persons were warned against accosting witnesses, but it was learned authoritatively that today's witnesses gave tes timony along the same lines a$ covered heretofore, namely, lead ing up to Ortie McManigal's con fession. All of the evidence-used-bytlH Los Angeles ; authorities in" th'i McNamara case is to be trans ferred here immediately after tht holidays'. r o o- Girls may be taught matrfcronj in a college,but they can't get 3 diploma until some man come along. '' 1 Alimony ways ...

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. — 19 December 1911

P94WPwW4OTiavjwvpiPPviappj WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO TODAY Mrs. Huldah Potter-Loomis, palmist, socialist and suffragist, found guilty of violating clair voyantordinance, and fined $75 and costs. Edward Fay, pickpocket, fined $5 and given 10 days in county jail. Fay is the man defended by W. W. O'Brien while latter was connected with corporation coun sel's office, and because of which he resigned. Fred G. Boneham and William R. Channell formerly booked on murder charge, arrested yester day in connection with shooting of Mrs. Edmund Kaufman night of December 2. John Stacey and Fred Rabeneau, missing members of murder quartet, not'yet caught James Feely, 131 E. Ontario, struck and seriously injured by Clark street car at Chicago ave. last night. Witnesses yesterday testified that Inspector Revere had curb ed the Black Hand and chased more than 300 women out of the Nprth Side levee. Afterward dis covered that witness had been told women were driven out in conversation with Revere's at to...

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. — 19 December 1911

tC m V w ' lar as a "leap for deathV i The Howland school was open ed last night as a "social-center." .There was no round dancing, but it will be ajlowed if there is a de ' mand. G. D. Miller, a printer, locked in the Senate theater, 'Madison and Halsted, when place was closed. Miller was asleep. He awoke about 2 a. m., and -beat the "bass drum for help. Nexti , A. W. Porter, 1310 E; .63d street, reported to police that two gypsy women entered his store yesterday and picked his pocket of $10. Adolph Halle, 21, shot himself in side while talking to Alice An drews,, 4753 Lake ave., who had rejected him. Fatally wounded. John KnitiHe, 626 E. 53rd street, who says he Is champion whisky drinker of Grand Cross ing, took thepledge yesterday be fore Judge Sabath. Another re tired champion. "I've got no home, no place to sleep and nothing to -.eat," de clared Rock P. Valley, steamfit ter, after he had been, arrested for throwing a stone through the window of a saloon. He said he wanted to g...

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. — 19 December 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm eostermother'reports mjssbuehler;eound Violet Buehler,- the 15-year-oldj girl who disappeared .Nov. 25, is in Chicago, and "will return to- her home before" mornjng. This was the startling statement-made by' Mrs. -Anna Bueh ler, the girl's- foster mother, thi? aiternon. ' Mrs. Buehler aid "she had' received-information--that the girl was withTstrahgers'1 The.fnform ation came"'in a. letter, with in structions' to keep' it secret. She woulii riot disclose the contents, even to 'the police."" She 'said she would go-alone .tonight to the house where- the girl is and take her home Mrs. Buehler sur rounded.thecase with great mys tery, declaring that the girl was not with her 'real mother, and that the circumstances concern ing" the girl's disappearance would be explained in a few hours. WHY MEN AVOID CHRCH "Just gt out of the habit of go ing to church." . "Pressure of business- breaks up my Sundays." "Churches bore me. What's the use." "I am selfish "bout my Sun days and...

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. — 19 December 1911

W m " iCrVSr-N. THE SINGLE TAX WHAT IS IT? Article No. 6. By Edmund Norton. ( The whole question of taxation Js simply this: Governments do now exist and they must take money. from their people to pay -the expenses of legislative, judi cial and executive branches. Suppose we should "stop col lecting taxes in the United States any kind and every kind for 'five years, what would happen? ' Why, the president, his cabinet, "the supreme court, congress, the army and navy, would allgo out on "strike," wouldn't they? There would be no money to pay their wages, which are sometimes called '"salaries" ' for euphony's 'sake among the "higher ups." The same condition would occur wtih governors, courts and legis latures of states along with mayors and governments of cities also county officialdoms. The debt collecting power of governments having ceased, the 'billions of municipal, state, coun ty and national bonds " and all others depending on government would' immediately stand repud iated. So ...

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. — 19 December 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm drag-out and take" method. We might call this the Roman method they were experts with the club. Bpth of these methods are in use in various ways over the earh today. All the free churches of the world that are supported by gov ernment "tithes" are supported by free contributions. The "club" method in general use in this country and elsewhere we will next examine. SEASON'S HIT MAY BREAK SONG SALE RECORD New York, Dec. 19, "Alex der's Rag Time Band" is sweep ing the country. Its catchy tune is heard wherever men whistle and wom en hum. Nearly a million copies have been sold, and the song has been out only a few months. If the demand keeps up it will soon show a bigger sale than "After the Ball," Irving Berlin the record seller up to now. J Irving Berlin wrote it. Two years ago he was a waiter in "Nigger's Mike's" Chinatown saloon and restaurant. Today he is perhaps the most popular song writer in America, with an annual income of $75,000. The strangest part of the m...

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. — 19 December 1911

THE REAL MEANING OF THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT. Christmas, the magic season, when men, inspired by the sentf " ment of the age old message: 3 "Peace on earth, good will to men," by voice and pen, momen Y tarily take up for serious consid eration man's duty to his fellow men, brings to ljght much that is i to be admired and some things ' that are to be deplored. No doubt Herbert Kaufman " in his editorial on "Christmas and f the girl behind the. counter' which appeared in the Workers' r 'Magazine section oflast Sunday's r Tribune was promted in its writ , ing byhis conception of a Christ mas duty. In this article he takes the buy ing public to task for its harsh judgment and unappreciative atti tude toward the overworked toil er to whom tlite holiday season t means increasea jaDor witnouc any special reason for happiness. But through its entire length runs the undercurrent of the busi ness admonition "shop early : buy now; purchase quickly. Come and spend your money without " further delay...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 19 December 1911

one-called them heathens! 'inac-' quainted withthe 'teachings and example of the gentle. living Sa viour ,whose'birt'Kday. is annaully celebrated. But does their joint business policy warrant a 'more charitable view when the merchant refuses to deal'honestly with his help, and the "newspapers he controls throtigh his advertising 'fears to call its sotfl'its' own 'and . side steps. its duty of telling the truth to the 'public? r Since the' birth of Christ, hu manity has grown "lin the true Christian spirit. Of course like -o- the- Israelites -of old,- some -have,, demented the. true Gad xand wor ship ja$ the shrine ofrthe golden calf,, but thefday will-come whpn .Christmas will be,',riot the golden "harvest tjme of .business '. greefl some, make 'it now, ' but all hit inanity will. join in making ia season of universal joy. and thanksgiving that typifys the real brotherhood of man . Until ttfat hour Hoes come let us t least during the Christinas holidays apply the golden rule nqt "on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 20 December 1911

m THE DAY BOOK 500 SO. PEORIA ST. 398. . TEL. &ONROE 353 Vol. 1, ftfo. 72 . , Chicago, Wednesday, Dec. 20,4911 , One Cent q HOW TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPED Special Privilege Has Had the Inside Track from the Tim&of the Toll-Gate and the Wayside Inn Up to the l Time of Elevated Railways, and It Will Be on the - - Job When Subways Come. ' " ' " ' ' " , Transportation in and abou.Chicago has been the foundation ai .more than one big -fortune. ! -. , ' , "When" Chicago was, young in years',, toll stations were the proper, caper for, the easy-money grafters. 5 Wayside inns that," in the days of the stage coaches had an 'arrangement or" agreement with the stage coach drivers did a thrir mg business .wih, the guests brought to their very doors. , v - When the. country road with its stage-coach gaveway to the 'city street with its horse car, the lesson of special privilege had been thoroughly mastered. , j i. It was recognized that if country foil-gate and way-side, inn trade" monopoly...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 20 December 1911

W hen ine norse cars were succeeded by tfte cable lines, a. move ment1 was born to get through route car service for the public. This game was chloroformed before' it ever got strong enough to stand alone, pn the plea it would hurt the business interests of the '-big down-town stores. In spite of the people's desire to procure for themselves a trans portation system that would take them from one end of Chicago to the other -on one fare, the car company, with an eye to the col- -lection of additional fares, lent a willing ear to the big stores' selfish W " argument, and routed its cars so tiat Chicago transportation facili ties became, not a public convenience that enable the people to go where they wanted to go, but a system forced them to accept a down-town terminal that dropped them at the doors of the big down-town stores. When the South ,Side Elevated, or high line, broke into the Chicago transportation field, during the world's fair, it "started at Jackson park and landed where...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 20 December 1911

the elite that fide in autos or monogramed carriages, it wouldn't be fair to shut them out of the sights and delights of Chicago's indus trial whirlpool. A common cobbledstreet was' too sordid for these gently-reared children of wealth and fashion, so a charming boulevard was con structed along the eastern boundary of Chicago'? business heart, that would permit the interested to watch this palpitating organ at work day and night, or permit them to join with the throng that kept it in constant motion. The subtle attraction of Chicago's loop district proved so great that even the bird-men in their flying machines couldn't stay away NErom it, they "built' their nests on the lake front so that the people who wanted to see them would be compelled to at least walk through, if they didn't linger in Chicago's big store game preserve?. The subway line which has been planned and is to be installed at the expense of the people of Chicago can't change its intended direction, for in common with ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 20 December 1911

.WILKERSON TELLS WHAT PACKERS-HAVE DONE What District Attorney Wil kerson says the ten millionaire packers have done: The National Packing com pany was a mere cloak under which these defendants acted, and they neevr attempted to car ry out the purposes for which it was organized. The National Packing com pany was but a step in the gen eral scheme for the control of prices by these defendants. They veiled the proceedings of the board of directors of the Na tional Packing Co. with extraor dinary secrecy. The fheetings of the board were a conspiracy, and their operations were a crime. The National Packing Co. was the old pool, the same combina tion under another vform, and it accomplished all that the pool did. The monopoly which the gov ernment charges was fostered by the pool was responsible for the high cost of living. They restricted production of dressed meat, and created a false condition of scarcity. . Mr. Wilkerson closed his ad dress to the jury in the packers case shortly bef...

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. — 20 December 1911

mmmmmmmmm "Tliere .is- no escape ,fi:om .confession but suicide and suiade" IS confession." Daniel. Webster, "at--famous New'JEnglahd. murder! trial. BostonpDec-20he; Rev. ffirrher,:pastor--df --ffte- ultra fashionable - 'Immanuel IBapfist churchYoi Can)bridge,:Iattempted THE REV. CLARENCE- RICHESON, ACCUSED "OF THE" MURDER OF AVIS.XINNELL, ATTEMPTS SUICIDE little choir girl of his church whom he had baptized into the church, and to whom he once was engaged. His trial was set for January 15. The evidence of the- state against him was all circumstan tial, but damning in the way it showed up the relations that' had existed between. Richeson' and Avis Linnell. Richeson stabbed himself in the groin with a jagged piecf of tin, just as his guards were be irig changed. The pain he 'suffered from his self-inflicted wound made him cry out in agony, and brought the warden to his cell. , , Four 'physicians were sum money. 'They decided an imme diate 'operation was necessary. Richeson was place...

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. — 20 December 1911

. for her pastor, Richeson, is one of the most pitiful in American ; criminal annals. Richeson was pastor of the lit tle Baptist church at Hyannis, Mass., during the summer of 1910. Avis Lynnell's home was at . Hyannis. She was baptized into the church by Richeson. Richeson openly made love to Avis. The girU loved him. No engageemnt was announced. But all Hyannis took" an engagement for granted. And Avis wore a diamondring given her by Richeson. Richeson's language from the .;pulpit became such that the Sturdy fishermen - of Hyannis forced him to resign the pastor ate. Soon after, he accepted the call of. the Immanuel church, of Gam bridge, the most fashionable : suburb of Boston. Avis Linnell followed the man she loved. She became a music --student in a Boston conservatory. Violet Edmands, heiress and possessor of $500,000-in her own right, was one of Richeson's new -congregation. She was much older than Richeson, but her wealth dazzled - the pastor, and he made love to her and won...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 20 December 1911

set for January 15. This morning Richeson .at tempted a disgraceful suicide. Physicians say no" normal minded man would have inflicted such injuries on himself as did Richeson. -o- LOCAL EVENT5 IN:TABL0IDF0RM Mrs. Ida Johnson,1 Mrs. H. An- derson" and Edward : Nelson " wounded "by 'shoV from shotgun fired .at Townsend and Hobble "street last night. Jojseph'Sut tero, passing th'eplace at the time, intended victim of shots, 'fainted, and escaped injury.'Sutter is said to have given police Black Hand information. ' Charles Presser, 125' W. 14b, street, swallowed 'carbolic acid last night; Body discovered by wife and childreri. Dr. A. L. Blunt, officeat 602S. State,' arrested for selling cocaine to keepers of drug dens. Blunt is alleged to have confessed'" to civil service investigators, impli cating large drug firm. Miss Lucy Page Gaston has ar ranged track meet between cigar- 1- ette smoking -boys and non smokers, to show physical -superiority of latter. Charge of resisting an officer...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 20 December 1911

Italian Distilling Co., 1411 Wl Erie, fined $200 by Judge Landis for violation pf pure food and drug act. Cases of Jacob and Solomon Ross, proprietors of dry goods store at 3715 W. 26th street, charged with arson, continued, and men released on bond. They deny the charge. Walter Young, 2104 Humboldt blvd., beaten and robbed of $48 by two men last night. Walter Norland, 3339 Semin ary ave., and Henry Silverman, salesman, arrested. According to the- police, Norland, clerk in a wholesale house, stole goods and gave them to Silverman, who pre sented them at exchange desk anddemanded his money back. 9-month-old child of Mr and Mrs. Charles Sieg, 4141 N. Moz art street, choked to' death this morning after the mother had given is a spoonful of medicine. Joseph Dvorak, wanted for killing Joseph Martinkus in Cleveland, six weeks ago. arrest ed at 5424 W. 25th street. Several passengers cut and bruised in crash between Wesl enTave and Taylor street cars at jtheir crossing this morning. Police...

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. — 20 December 1911

READ JANE ADDAMS STORY WITH THE BIBLETOLEDO PASTOR ADVISES Toledo, O., Dec. 20. "Read Jane Addams' story of the strug gling girl, with the bible at fam ily worship." That is the advice of Dr.KL. T. Guild, pastor ofJSt. Paul's M. E. church, to his" con gregation. Dr. Guild has some pro nounced ideas on modern condi tions. Hast Sunday he preached a sermon on "Christ's Word to Strugglers," which carried a se vere arraignment of modern so cial conditions, the result of in dustrial conditions. "Jane Addams says 59 per cent of the young women between ages of 16 and 20 are forced, into the bitter competition for daily bread on wages' insufficient to keep them; forced out into com mercial life where wolves can prey upon them, their only pro tection their own virtue, and they so young and inexperienced," says Dr. Guild. ' ' "We abhor the crime in os Angeles,, wherein over a score of honest workingmen were hurled into eternity and property wreck ed. Words cannot express our detestation of the...

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. — 20 December 1911

-iL r IN-ACTION WITH-THE'CHINESE-REBELS" S Three news pictures just received from' Capt; Walter;' Kirton, our sgeciarcorresponderit-in China. Upper picture shows -revolu- L

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