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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 22 December 1911

store at 530 N. Carpenter street burned, released. Insumcient evi dence. Peter Nato, saloonkeeper, 547 W. Oak street, fined $50 and cost for violating ordinance prohibit ing wine rooms in saloons. Ah ! there, George Silver's; and 'Ah! there, again, the Erinceton. Patrolman Thomas Cook, sus pended for three" days -by South Park "board after he had arrested Alderman M. J. Foreman, will be given pay for the time he was off. W. R. and P. H. O'CallaHan, brothers, 214 Selley ave., .were, severely hurt in 'a runaway. Horse got scared of automobile.' While working at the stone yards of Artesian Stone and Lime Co., Michael Cochel, Grand ave., was instantly killed when seyeral fcons of crushed stone fell on him. NL' Dahl; employed In, wrecking a fouf-story building, was reach irig for his coat when stairway; v fell and reached the bottom with Dahl under it. Died on the way to hospital. " Burglars entered the house of " Mrs. Mary Oldeck, DeKoven St. and robbed her of $16 worth of ' silverware....

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. — 22 December 1911

BEEF TRUST ATTORNEYS JUGGLING WITH FIGURES AND GETTING THEMSELVES TIED INTO KNOTS It's a fine array of legal talent the ten millionaire packers. have pitted against the government forces. But there's a whisper around the federal' building that mayhe the packers have too .many attor neys for .their own good. Today, Attorney M. W. Bor ders, "representing -Edward Mpr ris and Louis H. Heyman, w.ent to bat. Borders started off fine. He talked about "political expedien cy' "plays to popular prejudice" and "passion." And lie -hinted darkly that the prosecution of the ten benefactprs of the fyuman race was nothing more than a political play on the part of the govern ment. "The packers," he said, "have bestowed a benefaction on the people. One head of cattle yields 55 per cent of meat. Under the old methods, the -other 45 per cent, was wasted.. The packers conserved this waste, and turned all the 45 per cent into useful by products. "The packers are paying the farmers of this county $1,000,0...

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. — 22 December 1911

wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm '' IS THE LOOP DISTRICT THE WHOLE TOWN !As big-oaks from little acorns grow, so fortunes made in Chi cago transportatfon lines, can be traced back to small beginnings. Villages, towns, cities, and the transportation lines that link 'them together in a bond of human fellowship, all need land to make them possible. Now, the value of land depends upon what? Why, the use it can be put to. Land in an unbroken wilderness may be just as rich and fertileas the land near some big town, but it isn't worth as much, because it's isolated and out of close touch, with the re mainder of humanity. So you see that the cost of land is largely dependent upon the number of people using ft. A village, being only a small human settlement, the slimness of the crowd holcls down the price of village lots, which rise as the population increases, going higher and higher as, the town developes into a city. . s 2 This development is due to a lot of things, Take yourself for instance. If you g...

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. — 22 December 1911

v'mrmmmmrmmmmmmmmmimmmmm that with every conceivable transportation facility headed for and centered in the loop district, the land in that district has been given an artificial value out of all proportion with the remainder of Chi cago real estate. Not only is it true that all avenues of transportation have the loop district as an objective point, but it seems to apply also to most all of the other civic benefits the people of Chicago as a whole are highly taxed for. x Dark corners in the loop district a're an exception, not the rule. Every corner is supplied with several policemen, who are stationed there and not expected to individually cover and protect a beat about a mile square, as they do "in some districts outside the loop. The street cleaning department is always busy in the loop district, re gardless of how deep the muck and mire may be on the streets out side the loop. A snow storm means a big addition to the street cleaning force; and all respond to the loop's dirt-riot-...

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. — 22 December 1911

wmmmmmmmmmm COST TQ PACKERS Approximate -cost per day to the packers of the beef trial, just beginning and expected to con tinue until late into the spring: Attorneys' fees $14,000 Investigators, special agents ' 500 Stenographers v. . . . 100 Other expenses . . . ; 150 Total $14,750 Expenses estimated for the eight years in which the packers have been fighting to keep out of court: Attorneys' fees , $3,500,000 Investigators 225,000 Stenographers . 10,000 Traveling expenses .. . ' 10,000 'Assistants and clerks to lawyers 30,000 Total $3,775,000 PEACE ARBITRATION BEATEN ALL HOLLOW Monster labor meetings in France and Germany are, with government aid, making a most distinguished martyr of Gustave Herve, editor of the Paris paper "La Guenre Sociale." Monsieur Herve, you see, has been preach ing and writing things thaf no government which "reduces"-industrial disturbances by making WW garbage men of its soldiers, can "afford to stand. In truth, Monsieur Herve has got Taft, Andy Carnegie...

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. — 22 December 1911

mmmmmmmmm'mmmmmmimmmmmmmm ? !if : iN'JAItEORcSEDITrON TOTomaWasi.''T5ecii"22.-Tav Fox, ananarqhistnewspaJ5(jrediT tor, is under aires t in TaJcoma;anc the Free Speech League-o'C New York wilPspjbd $1013,000; jHieq ' essary to free "him.. 'Fox .is ac ' cused of.attack'ing the"moraPlaws Jay Fox. of the state. This Is said to be sedition. . Fox scoffed at the law which prohibits nude bathing and he held up to ridicule the officers who enforced the law. Fox be longs to a colony of free 'thinkers, living near Tacoma and the men occasionally plunge ' in Tuget sound without the formality of trunks. The women did too, it is said, and in former "days they bathed together.. .. -..4 ultai number-" xf .other,s; were -heavily 'fitted, -ancb half a dozen jiiencwere fined ah'd' served jail sentences". ' ' . The editorial. Which got Fox into trouble was namecL: "The Nude and. the'.Prudcs", and con tained, sentence-. "Clothes were made to protect the bodv.and not i to-hide it." Fox admits he. wrote ...

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. — 23 December 1911

THE DAY BOOK 500 SOl PEORIA ST.; , ' jg39& TEL. MONROE .353 Voj.,l)No.75'. Chicago; .Saturday, Dec. 23, 19ll On& Cent NEWSPAPERS NbTINTERESJEDIN PEOPLE'S END OF SUBWAY CONTROVERSY . j Business 'Men's Associations from Outside, the Loop ' Forc'e'd.to Print Papers of. Their Own To Give the ' Public Opinion. " ' . t Money talks and loop money is talkingt with' a loud vpice'just now on th'at-proposed subway. , v ' -t One might 'think;' from reading the newspapers, that the wilt of the people, couldn't be .heard outside the loopand thai the people were 'unanimous for tne kind of a subway the big stores and the. newspapers' want ' They are howling now "for a down-town subway at an estimated cost of $10,000,000,' part of whjch is to be met 'by .using, thesb-called, "people's share' of Chicagfc street railway earnings. . , " The newspapers 'glibly tell us that the people want this, andj the people wanttthat just now it's the subway jiut there .is noth ing'at all.fronTtne people them...

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. — 23 December 1911

Not being able toget their news into the big dailies, they ar6 printing little papers ot their own. 'The following from the Lincoln Avenue Bulletin makes inter esting' reading in this connection: "The union of the improvement clubs and business men's asso ciations has been forced upon their members by the attitude of the daily newspapers, which have united in misYepresenting the situa tion to the people of Chicago and one of the vital questions the Federation, will insist upon having answered is whether a sUDway in downtown Chicago is practicable from an engineering standpoint, a subject which the daily newspapers have studiously avoided. It i a fact little known among business interests that the weight of buildings in down-town Chicago is now pushing vast quantities of mud out from under the center of the cfty into the Chicago "river, which must be constantly dredged to permit free passage of deep draft boats. Eminent engineers have repeatedly declared that sub way construction in ...

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. — 23 December 1911

Lower fares or municipal ownership is possible. The newspapers,, therefore, sought to manufacture sentiment for a subway in compli-J ance with the wishes of their great advertisers of State street, and of the fraction and financial interests down-town. Not Qne im. provement or business association of outer Chicago has ever advo cated a subway. . "The fight against the subway is to be a fton-political warfare.. The fight is to be on business grounds alone, with the mass of Chi cago property owners and business men demandingthat their in terests be not sacrificed and their pr,operty values (be depreciated for the purpose of adding millions to property values of the so-called, central (district. Against the outside interests will be ranged the multi-millionaire property interests down-town, controlling the traction companies by ownership on one hand and the daily news papers by advertising patronage on the other." A recent is'sue. of the Lakeview Times and News, published, weekly, give...

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. — 23 December 1911

a subway until a plan has been submitted to a' vote of thepeopIe and approved by them. If any attempt is made to dodge a referendum, you can gamble there's a job in the subway project that Wont stand" the light. o o THE VICE CLEAN-UP-GOES ON Vice is Having a tough time of it in Chicago nowadays some skinds of vice. For awhile there was a general raid on saloonkeepers, garnblers and prostitutes. But it didn't stop there. There is a slight indication that even newspaper vice may be cleaned up, too just a little bit. The Tribune, which loves to call itself the greatest newspaper in the world, made a first-page announcement today which indi cates that it is going out of part nership with the loan sharks. The announcement is as fol lows : ' "After a thorough investiga tion The Tribune has decided to eliminate "Salary loan" advertis ing from its columns. Many of these advertisements have been those of reputable concerns, but some, The Tribune has learned, "have been inserted "by loan shar...

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. — 23 December 1911

:DOINGS OF THE-WORLD BOILED DOWN f"Whathas the president gained politically by the expression of his' fyiews?" John Callan O'Laughlin. r It's a .secret just now, John, but ycju'irget the answer in 1912. Geo. R. Sheldon, treasurer of Republican' National Committee, says- reason only, reason he wrote the letter- clearing. Roose velt of the Harriman charges, was "Teddy asked nie to." -There's something b'ilin' in that Oyster tjay pot. 4tI abhor pdblicity. To a wom an of refinement it is dreadful to find things, in- the- papers about herself." Mrs. J. Pierpont Morgan- to reporters. Havinggot this -'off her mind, Mrs. Pierp asked, in an "offhand sort of wayjy'understand; what newspaper her remarks would be published in. PenHvith which President Taft abrogated treaty of 1832 has been sent to, Secretary 'Seelunfreeund, Independent Order of B'nai B'rith, Chicago. We regret that our reverend chief executive has nonsense of humor:' .Tf he' had 'any of that salt of the gods, he'd have sent the...

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. — 23 December 1911

pany advertisement. You bet they're picked, j , "I am not frightened by any claim of the government that a Uniform open and agreed-upon cost by which the price of all these competitors could be meas ured would afford the least bit of evidence that these men are en gaged in a combination."' At torney John S. Miller, for the packers. What would you consider it evidence, of, John? deadly en mity, or philanthropy? "It was the purpose of the men who advocated the primary law to get control of the organization and then destroy it." Senator Lorimer. Exactly, William, exactly! Only,, we desire to amend the word "organization." Call it "machine." Governor Ben Hooper, Tenn., after spending two days in state penitentiary, says, "I am astound ed, at the horrible conditions I found." The Record-Herald announces gravely that "the power to get votes" will be the real test for candidates at the meeting of the Democratic National Committee. Yes, we've noticed that phen omenon before. Rep. Slayden, (...

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. — 23 December 1911

Four. hundred cases of gunpow der on trans-Atlantic-Jiner East point, just" arrived at Philadel phia; Jcept sailors in mortal-terror during "storm, ' ' Herbert Porter,' Belief dritaine O., slipped on dancing floor fell broke.his nose. ''Blood poisoning. Dead. ,,,:. State EJxaroinerBrotten, Cin cinnati, received human skull, neatly wrapped, for Christmas present, through the'mails. Bullet hole pierced top of skull , . Christmas gloom forecast by census bureau. So'lemnlv an nounces that .turkeys will be ex tinct by 1920." But it's' a long time to 1920. Bernard Mahoney, 22, Wash ington, confessed to forging check to buy engagement ring for fiancee. ""I was broke." he said. "I loved her, and I'd do it again." Dr. Chas, W. Naughty, jr., N. Y., was bitten, on wrist by- fellow physician who died of rabies, and is now in naval hospital taking pasteur treatment. Prof. Hiram Bingham. . Male, just returned. from exploration trip in wilds of South America, says his most thrilling experience was...

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. — 23 December 1911

( ,THE CHRISTMAS OF THE HUNDRED. MILLION DOLLAR BABY AND THE CHRISTMAS OF, PERCY SGOTT V Washington, Dec. 23, Never since the far away day when the .wise men came out of the East has the contrast in the varied meanings of Christmas been drawn more sharply than today in the capital of the greatest re public in Christendom the seat of government .of the most en lightened of the nations. While Santa Claus was being pressed into service at the great celebration in honor of three year old Vinson Walsh McLean, the "hundred million dollar" baby he was handed a crumpled, dirty, badly written note. The note read: "Dear Santa: Do you or your wife need any - planer washing? My mother's poore, but she don't want no charity.- And then i kin help her. ,We are reel good at plane swash ing. And if you kin put some work in our way, pleas do so, for we need the money bad. Yours, Percy Scitt, 334 G. Street, N. W" There was a great celebration in the barbie palace of the Mc Leans last night In honor of...

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. — 23 December 1911

THE BIG STORE'S "BUSINESS EDITORIALS" The Marshall -Field store is now writing itsOwn editorials in the newspapers.- In this morning's Examiner, in what was called a "business eaitorial," he big store discussed "The spirit of the MarshalFiehj & Company organisation." ' 'First of all," says the Field editorial, discussing its organiza tion, "comes good human material" and then it proceeds to say: "Employes of Marshal Field & Company are picked individuals. They are chosen for native intelligence, sincerity, interest in busi ness, and faculty for getting alongwith others, willingness to in vestigate arid think, and the sense to submit to discipline in purely routine details. To be chosen for this organization 'is in itself a certain rating of one's ability, and is so regarded, in Chicago. The organization has something of the attnosphere of a great family." It go&s on with a lot more bunk" like that, and winds up with the following description of the spirit of the Marshal ...

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. — 23 December 1911

THE TRUE STORY OF A FEDERAL' PROSECUTOR AND THE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS Denver, Dec. 23. Two ranch men of Kit Carson-county, who liye in the most abject poverty, today found a Santa Qaus in the person of the very man who is prosecuting ithenb-f or violation of the law. Harry Corey and-Francis Mc Mulkin weer indicted by the fed eral grand jury 'on a charge, of having compelled a dying ranch man to sign away" his homestead to them. Corey and McMulkin werej wretchedly clad when brought into court. "They carried out Deputy United States Marshal, Jefferd's description of, their desert h?nie. tr . r "They, and'their families Bye. in. tumbled 'down' dugous, said, Jefferd. . "They, haye one cqjv, which they "sh&reb'etween ' themr Russian thistlesare the only fodd for the cow. The cow. furnishes the onlyfood for the two fami lies." v ; " When. Jefferd' ' told1 United States Attqrney Tom Ward of these conditions, Ward disap peared from, the federal building. Shortly afterwards he returned, hi...

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. — 23 December 1911

INDIANAPOLIS- .TO SMASfr PRICES ;7 COOPERATIVE STORE? STARTS FROM! MAYOR SHANK'S;JDEA TnrliannTv-klic Trif" TTlv 93 ! T "L .... v.ir.r, --., -... Potatoes, -turReys and Christmas trees these-three things? in bm- binationAvith an.i3ea, Kav& resu.lt- ed in a 'coWperatiVfr '"experiment here which ".-may. help, all the United States solve. that high-cost-of-liyihg problem. --, When Mayor -Shank demon strated that: potatoes., could - beV -.May.or Shanks selling turkeys at cost." bought by'the car-load and sold to green grocers ga.sp with horror, ii.. .ii f ntniislon T.rntT 1 hunch? '.

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. — 23 December 1911

fc WKen, slater, at TJianlcsgiving time, the mayor went into the tur keys business, combining middle-J fear eviction man and retailer in his own per son, to the endjhat the poor folks oLthe city got Thanksgiving tur key at rock-bottom prices, that hunch broadened Into a purpose. Now, while "Lew" Shank is winding up a little flier in Christ ma trees, selling tllem to folks at cost, the hunch is in a' fair way to develop into an institution. For out of it has grown the ,Wage Earners' Co-operative as sociation, which amis to do away with the services of the middle man altogether, 'insofar as the members of the association and its patrons are concerned. Two thousand shares of stock will be sold' at $5 a share. Ariy wage earner' who can show that he is on the square can buy stock, but those having charge of the sale of stock reserve the right to reject any applicant whom they may. suspect of trying to get into the organization merely to cause trouble. LONDON'S CHRISTMAS TO ' BE MELANCHOL...

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. — 23 December 1911

r jiv":".''-v'"-vl' ",. GREEK AfDH&BIE WORKS' AS WAITERS PRESERVE r: -AlSrATEtJR STANDING? - - " ... .. -. . - .,LJ-"' T. j o. -J. j." : j, i -- ' ! --T--r-rT'----- -" Thqolog : Anastas. ' "" ' 7 Pittsburg PaL,-lbo723: To keep his ani&teufatfiWfocstanH ing.free frdjtnthe tairit ofprofes 3ioha1ism,.Theolog;Anasfc,ns, a.20-pear-old Greek7 is "shooting ;b'is fuits" at Pi'tt5bdrg'sultfasweTr :avern, the Schenley.. . - Of 'coarse "He " isji'.t '"shooting., jiscuits" Iitjerally, jferauseat'tnV Schenley theiron '5nd stel, kings, md their offshoots don'teat such pulgar thihersbut -Theolbsfts an. Kficient waiter.';'' -- ' .-' cJ-t-Jf n-V-mi He would' notihave-to-toss,tid bits for millionaires 'but for his determination to" rfemain an ama teur. -- . - "' .He treasures 35 medalsv and a gold watch, won in amateur com petitions. He has refused flatter ing offers to -become a 'physical instructor which-would bar him from amateur competition. Anastas was'-in five Olympian events in 1906. H...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 23 December 1911

f yJ years ago his father died and He I ty of gymnastics, sucH as rope found himself without funds, so put his dress suit to work and sought a job as a waiter. ' Anastas goes in for all sorts of athletics, but has made a special- clumbing, the horizontal and par- lalel tbars and flying rings. He hopes to make the. American Olympic team nextyear. o o ,, WILL THE REAL CHRISTMAS EVER COME? Christmas morning in a. big ' city is a problem play so crammed with human interest that it backs anything off the boards - ever staged by a human mind. The sharp contrasts of wealth and poverty, the happiness, prthos and tragedy so plainly vis ,iblr upon the faces of the ming ling throng awakes emotions in the heart of the observer that will not 'be denied. The sweet toned pealing of dis tant chimes calling the populace to worship the meek and humble Savior, whose unselfish service to humanity paved the way for heavenly joys, intensifies the de sire to express in practical form the teal Christmas sp...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
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