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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 22 December 1911

'Melvin Shyrock, 16, and- Jesse Turner, 13, Coshocton, O., played Santa Claus at school entertainment. Yes, somebody knocked over a candle, but both are expected to live. "It was Scott of West Virginia Scott the system-serving, system - loving, ' system - favored henchman of the privileged interests, who sounded the keynote for the national Republican Commit-) tee." LaFollette. ' May we inquire what has become of the old-fashioned "senatorial courtesyy" in thes piping "day's before,' 1,912?" Senator Kenyon, la., has intro'duced resolution to abolish senate barber shop, which costs Uncle Sam $12,000 a year,' and gives senators free hairrcuts and shaves. Rev. D: Nutting','. Cleveland, says 0 women were lured from. Boston diffing 1910 by Mormon missionaries to become better thirds, or quarters, or eighths, of Utah Mormons. After witnessing moving picture depicting Indian girl being burned at stake, children in San Francisco Latin quarter threw 4-year-old Jennie Alliao info "bonfire. Sh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 22 December 1911

pfoyes Sunday." Postmaster General Hitchcock. Which will- make a blithe Christmas for postoffice employes. Harry F. Kimball, prominent in business and t fraternal circles, Grand Rapids, Mich., was arrested on charge of stealing $3,00G package from postoffice. He confessed. Interstate Commerce Commission issued new and more stringent regulations for transportation of explosives. No reference made to McNamara dynamite conspiracy. Figures compiled at Ellis Island today show that nearly 300,000 fewer immigrants have landed up to present time than for corres ponding period in 1910. Dock F. (Bud) Irving, one of best known liquor and race horse men in Indiana, committed, sui-v cide today in his palatial home at Muncie, Ind. Hoyt Carmichael, Meto, Ark., tried to steal three young eagles from nest. He is dying ofwhat the mother eagle did to him. Ruth Allen, IS, Cottonwood Falls, Kank, shot and killed big wolf that was stealing her mother's chickens. PACKERS AID PRESS The packers on trial hav...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 22 December 1911

,.$. BOSTON'S "HEALTH DAY'' LETTER k me Wholesome Advice for Adults as Well as Children. . Boston has instituted a "Health Day" for its schools. On this day the school nurses deliver lectures on hygiene to the pupils in the lower grades, while a circular "health letter" is read to grammar and high school students. This letter, because of the sound advice it contains, applicable to grown folks as well as children, is worthy of general circulation. Here it is: "Sitting and standing in a natural; free, straight-back position exercises the "back muscles and gives the spine strength and stability. This'm'eans good circulation, good breathing, and healthy nerve-supply to" the whole body. "The whole germ theory of disease rests almost wholly -upon whether, or not the germs of a particular disease can find elements of uncleanliness with which to unite for its growth and development.' Dirt on the teeth results in decay." Dirfori the skin results in skin eruptions and skin clogging. Dirt in t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 22 December 1911

y OUTBURSTS.OF EVERETT TRUE .. ,6T fri flfive a ' Few of Trttse SQUfttftELS CflP BEFORE LONG , Jfcfc. V 7 ""P o- Expert on crystallography says diamonds sometimes explode. Sure thing! Narguerite Vandeveer O'Brien had a diamond ringgiven her by her young man and one "day she got mad at him and tlirew it.on the floor and it cracked up like glass- Free municipal laundry for the use of poor women of the tenement districts is the latest of Cincinnati's ideas The sanitary ad vantage of removing the clotheswashing from the Hying and sleeping rooms of the tenements is apparent -7 i r Reichstag's petitions commission refuses the suffragettes' demand to wipe out the bar maid evil in Germany, on the ground that it would interfere with freedom of choice of. employment. Sort .of .making women rights buck women's rights, isn't it?t .

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 22 December 1911

'A CO-ED AT EIGHTY TELLS WHY SHE-P-URSUES HER v STUDIES' AT COLLEGE : ' " ' - " 1 ; 1 1 ' yySB'' K Editor's Note The writer of this article is the oldest co-ed in the world, her 80.yeSrs detracting nothing from. the enthusiasm with which she pursuer her studies at the University of Wisconsin. "She tells why inrt;his story, written especially for'' The Day Book. By Amy Davis Winship. "Xn insatiableuriosity to know things accounts for my being-in the university', at 80' years. My hobbies are.literature philosophy, psychology and ' ethics. I- took every course1 offered, irrthese subjects at Ohio State university, where I spent the first" two years of my college'.life. I want to-remain incollege until I am 90, as I. enjoy the college, atmosphere , and.' life more than anything, that has -ever come to me. v - - ; ' My beinga-stVdent-'c'ame about accidentally. -1 had gone from my home.in Racme, Wic, to visit some frieridsiat Columbus. When there. I avSiled- myself of the chance to hear pr...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 22 December 1911

-i: i 'In the class room -I take no notes and I have no difficultyin memorizing What I hear. I concentrate wtih considerable dynamic force ; storing my impressions in my subconscious and I can command the knowledge when I want it. , Often I take exceptions to the statements that the professors make, when they conflict with my opinions. This is especially true in classes where' child psychology is dealt with. They gradually come to my way of thinking, for they know that my knowledge is based upon yeats of experience with my own children and , grandchildren, as well a? with 'hundreds of others wjio have come under my care. There is much truth in the old Brahamin philosophy All knowledge comes from experience. I adhere to the view that woman's sphere is housekeeping. I was a home maker until five years ago, when my second husband, died. After that I entered college in Ohio, and some reporters sent the story broadcast that I was a wealthy widow. jYou ought to see the great piles of lett...

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

PRELIMINARY' REPORT OF POLICE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSIONJJRGES .COMPLETE REORGANIZATION tinued. Instant Declaring" for" complete reorganization' of the.-pqlice' departmentand alleging that for years there has been collusion 'between iriembefs of the department and the controllers of "the'several vice rings of, the city, 'the preliminary report of. thV police civil service commission, -given .to-the" moyar yesterdayhas silenced-'the belief that-the probe' wbjfid resulf ift 'a whitewasjiand-would merely hit some of the, smaller 'fry on. tlje force. - ; " -- In many respects the report is even1 more "drastic than that of the vrce.cpmmfssion,s there is no "key"to mysteriously- shroud the location' of disorderly resorts and their owners. " Tfie direct charge is made-that. commission investigators have found evidences-of collusion between .'certain criminal classes and . the r 'policy dpdaring the. criminal 'classes are allowed to vexist befcause -of the political ring n which"1 "influences...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 22 December 1911

a pinch' to satisfy police conscience, andtx) make it appear as if the police were trying to suppress this evil. Many cf these unfortunate women claim they have 'protection,' and are not afraid of the police." i-ists of all-night saloons and dives are given, as well as shady" hotels. Women are openly permitted to accost men in the first, second, third. 27th. mt 28th, 38th and 39 precincts. ine report says: in certain parts of the city ' disorder sa--loons have been and are now being permitted to run in ppen and notorious violation of the police orders, with full -knowledge of the police, and, up to a recent period, without any attempt to regulation. "A statement by responsible commanding officers that there are no violati6ns of their orders is conclusive again of one of two things inefficiency or complicity. The commission has collected a mass of evidence showing beyond the possibility of a doubt that large numbers of saloon keepers on all three sicles of the city cater to and, prot...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 22 December 1911

connection. n John P. Collins (M Fewer). 804 W. Madison street, with hotel in connection. Fred Bruer, U12 W. Madison street. The Palm Garden, 948 W. Madisqn street. W. R. Skidmore, 1958 W. Lake" street. West End Buffet, 2039 W. Lake street. The Arsonia, 1654 W. Madison Street. On The Norths Side ' O'Connor Bros., State and Erie Streets. McGovern Bros., 432 and 661v North Clark street. The Leader, Clark and Illinois streets. , Hastings, 60Q North' Clark st. Brennan's 620 North Clark st. Dix Bros. La Salle avenue and Illinois street. Paul Schoop, 435 Wells street. Sam Mendelsohn, 449 Wells street. Deutsch, 67 W. Chicago ave. O'Byrne's, 1204 North Clark street. Choromokos, North Clarkj near North avenue. Athenia Cafe, 1521 N. Clark street. "No attempt has been made in the foregoing statement," the report says, "to enumerate all or any considerable part of those (the tough saloons) in existence nor must it be understood that that these are the only regions in which such saloons exist. A...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 22 December 1911

THE NEWSBOY But say, me poipers must be sold Jack Frost dont git me goat. ' By Berton Braley. Me schooL is nuttin' but de street T rnp'i Hprf all rf ivhilp I ain't no orphant kid at all, I got a ma and dad, But when de kids at home is small l Why, cash is needed bad; !Aji' so, of course, it's up to me 'Cause I'm an older guy, tTo peddle lots of papers see? To them that passes bv. r Poiper! Poiper! All about Moider in de street ! Woman knocks a boigler out! Patten corners wheat!' Cops arrest a financier! Poiper, Mister? Poiper here! I had to fight to git me place An' fight to keep it, too, But well, I kind uv set a pace Dat made de gang skidoo; 'An' now, me poipers on me arm I hold me chosen spot Fillin' de air wid me alarm Of news dat's fresh an' hot! Poiper! Poiper! Here y'are Latest on de fight! Loidy shots a opera star! Nigger turns to White! Parson fired fer drinkin' been! . Poiper, Mister? Poiper . here! In Winter gee but it gits cold Fer me, widout a coat! Wiiter an' Summer, c...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 22 December 1911

ADOLF AND SKYGACK UNDER THE MISTLETOE V "fov.LooR in Y TeE-Hee-1-! ' J AOOT HUMOR, JJyST KI3Se &ANA X'X P3R AwaTiCKt. sfle ,v vor las )Me ?ou$h dot A ' NT? X UP 300R UNTER JEK ; i JJ.V-iL MlSTU&ToE Li M N yum-yum!x .NOW tftfT'S . WR HY OTN'-D S. , 1 FROM MAF43 V V I ' 'WSS IN DER H0U3E If I I NFE 1 i 3)f titfe 5or lvl i T:&tt-otiU i , i er she passes vntsr. fiisf Leroe, jnypody cam kis her. MAvee SHE" COMES Y AQA1N. f Yessi hsak - JUST HAX v4MziNQ expeRiENce With Amorous- earth -ben cmspcd me jn affectionate embrace imprintet wet MUZZLE-CARESS ON MY fACE, THEN ri-ew nope no earth -germs IU6RE TRANSMITTED TO NE ftWAi' ggj lop dlMtaiAtttiililiiAia

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 22 December 1911

V. on -h hr HOLD HOT ELECEION The election of officers at last night's meeting of the Chicago Allied Printing Trades Council was a hotly contested event for president and business agent. The list of successful contestants were as follows : President, Wm. F. Moran; vice president, L. A. Straube; business agent, A. J. Spencer; secretarytreasurer, Otto F. Wasem; ser-geant-at-arms, James E. Nelson. The burning of labor headquarters has resulted in a scattering of the union offices formerly located there. The, office of the Chicago Allied Printing Trades Council is now in room 418 in the Omaha building at 125 Van Buren street. Book Binders local union, No. 25, occupying room 419 in the same building. Otto F. Wasem, secretarytreasurer of Book Binders local, No. 8, is highly elated at the courteous action of the Dalton Machine Co in supplying him with ini adding machine immediately upon hearing that his old machine had been destroyed by the fire. o o IT'S EASY TO LET THE KIDS TRIM THE TREE...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 22 December 1911

i. HE'S GOING TO GIVE CRIPPLES CHANCE TO EARN THEJR OWN LIVING VbYbYbL isr x w i bw " . bbHbbKl V. M, -SBt Besides wanting to help cripples get a square deal in the world this aged coffee millionaire, John Arbuckle, loves-horses. That's why the equine friend is in this picture. " , Arbuckle's jdea for cripples is to establish, a -big institution .where the, physically unfortunate .who are able to use their, hands mdy earn their own living and retain their self respect. Various devices will help them use what physical equipment nature! -has given thenj. In summer they can plow and harrow, drive mowing machines .and hayrakes and cultivate corn and potatoes and all kinds of vegetables. In winter they will be Hm

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 22 December 1911

employed in large workshops, so that the year round they will not only be self-supporting, but can have a bank account. Mr. Arbuckle expects them to earn from $8 to $10 a week. The .women will pay $3 weekly board and the men $4. RICHEST INDIAN IN THE ARCTIC Cordova, Alaska, Dec 22. "Doc" Billum is the most widelyknown Indian in Alaska. "Doc" dresses like this all the time as befits one who is on speaking terms with every woman and child who has ever gone into the copper country in Alaska. Incidentally, one ,who is accounted among the wealthiest aborigines in the Arctic possession must preserve a certain dignity and "Doc" sure isn't going o lose out there. When the first rush into the copper country came in '9S, the very first man that got into the country was ferried across- the Copper river by "Doc." From then until the building of the Copper River and Northwestern railway by the Guggenheims in 1910, the dignified "Doctor" looked into the face of every man that set foot in the coun...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 22 December 1911

-w, N 4:-4:'4: 4c , 4 44c4:4:4:4:4: V 4:, BRANDEIS, PEOPLE'S LAWYER Elsewhere in this newspaper today appears the greatest state-' jnent of the trust question in its relation to humanity ever uttered the statement of Louis D. Brandeis before the United States senate committee on interstate commerce. R3ad.it andarm yourself for the continental debate that is coming on the trusts, a debate thakwill finally be decided by the .people, at the polls. And as you read it, let this thought sink into your4, mind and heart: ' The measure which' Brandeis advocates is the LaFollette bill to supplement-and make actually effective the nation's statute forbidding private industrial monopoly. i "LaFolletteism" is no mere political maneuver. It is no idle and purposeless outburst of discontented insurgency. It is a program of constructive progress. This program calls for thesejhings :. The stern repression of private monopoly by alt the power of; the government. . , The support-of legitimate labor or...

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

THE DAILY SHORT STORY A Sage From Sangaree. The Sadieville Mercury announced : "Mr. Richard Jefferson Skee'ters, son of our worthy countryman, Mr. Hezekiah Skeetcrs, who has just graduated with high honors at Sangaree college, returns home next week. Sadieville extends a hearty welcome to her distinguished son." As a result, when the Sunset express pulled in there we're' 200 Sadievillians on the' platform. Everybody craned his rieck eagerly, and Farmer Skeeters and his nvife, Aunt Sallie, crowded forward. .When.a solemn, drab-and-gray, preacher-like man appeared half the crowd shouted, "That's him." But when Mr. Richard Jefferson Skeeters, B. A., of Sangaree., really appeared, there was a general gasp of wonder. The eminent collegian was attired in a sweater of orange and black, crossed and barred like some Royal Gengal, in strawcolored trousers, balloon-sliaped and upturned for half a foot at the bottom, with a cap the size of an ice cream saucer and bearing a red Greek monogram st...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 22 December 1911

. spiration from his brow. Farmer Hezekiah drew a long, deep sigh; the younger element snickered, while the Simpson twins mumbled the "rickety-kix"junder their breath. The minister pulled himself together for a' final effort. j(fiv I-suppose you made great progress in the hner arts, such as poetry, belles-lettres, music?" "Well, you just bet your next Sunday's collection, deae' responded Richard fefferson. "Here you, Gussie, sit down at that rickety old rosewood and hammer it like a German snare drummer at ,the Wagner show. I want to sing for this bunch the snappiest, wowsiest, ransomest ballad you've Keard in 17 summers. They call it 'When the Frost is on the Juniper Sprouts I'll be Sobbing for Thee, Sweet Imogene.'" Then the rich, emphatic tenor of the B. A. of dear old Sangaree filled the room with quavering melody, while the girls and boys crowded about .in awed delight. At the gate the minister tarried to comfort -Farmer Skeetersr "Yout son is-er-at least extremely-up-to-date."...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 22 December 1911

state or nation. Should this fail we have next : Legislative enactments, which may he city, county, state or na'tional. - - ' City councils may now abolish all license taxes should,.the people demandit; or, the people themselyes may abolish them by initiative petition when- -they please. .Boards of Supervisors may do the same with .certain forms if county taxes-r license for instance, the. people also initiative petition. Still a next step is feasable: ' The state legislature may abolish every form of tax except z. land value tax bydirect coristitu-. tional referendum to coverthe.entire state, or by a home rule in taxation measure allowing each municipality or county to do itfor themselves; or, by - Initiative petition, the -people can do the same thing. - So you see that thisMS a very easy thing to do provided the people are educated up to the desire to do it. But, should the education 'and the desire be complete, we should still be faced by the possibility, of some one taking the ...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 22 December 1911

LOCAL EVENTS IN TABLOID FORM Inspector John L. Revere ordered discharged from police force for neglect of duty by civil service commission. Lieut. John Jrlanley was exonerated and reinstated. Capt. Barney Baer is not a civil service appointee, and his tcase was referred to the mayor for action. V Neil Mulhearn .arrested in front of Myers' hotel in connection wtih disappearance of Violefc Buehler. When taken he was pleading for revolver with which to commit suicide, saying Violet was gone forever. Mulhearn formerly lived at Myers' hotel, Buehler girl's home. Detectives are searching for Charles L. Ober, president of First National Bank of Chatfield, Minn., who has been missing from Sherman here since last .Tuesday. Mrs. Irene Watson, 2556yW. Washington blvd., found shot through the head in her .home, yesterday, died this morning. Julian Christianson, former roomer at her home, under arrest. Christianson alleged to have told conflicting stories. First said he shot her while cleaning r...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 22 December 1911

its 2,000 employes as a ChVistmas present. Citizen's Association og Oak Park at meeting last -night decided women should not be admitted as members. Did these men ever stop to think that if it hadn't been for the women the men would not have been there? James Stewart, sailor, captured this morning on State street, after being fired at several times by four policemen. Had thrown padded brick through tailor store at 39 W. Monroe, and fished out a coat. Mrs. Eva May, 1601 14th ave,, had handbag containing gold watch snatched from her on S. State last night by two negroes. John Williams and Edgar Merritt, . negroes, arrested. When taken Merritt threw away a watch, whichMrs. May identified as hers. ' - Benjamin H. Marks, 2024 N. Halsted, bought drinks for six negroes in saloon at S. State and 15th streets last night, spending until place closed at 1 o'clock. Men -followed him a block and robbed him of $21, a gold watth and two fountain pens. S. Carr ' Carroll, attorney, charged before Ju...

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