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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 26 December 1911
V less. I try to "wear down my opponents with a rain of punches, preferring to win on points. The greatest fault with beginners is that they try to land low makes. Be alert for open--ings. .Never be -'uncovered." Different "boxers employ differ-j ent methods. Some take 10 punches to land one. They lay, WKEPtOQ JUCOCk-,lX4EJ ZitVu LOCJCUgAMDHDOSU1Q -? r FCAXtpGl KIM tnOS t-EPT iiAB osEfoi OEEMTMT&amp; APTEll vq aster mssnc? eamie 2-nozsniQ .straight xeft Abe Attell ancf some of knockouts and in doing, so do much to spoil their future. Don't try to knock out an opponent. ""Use.your head as much as -your j hands; ,Be cautious. ' Acquire generalship. Take it easy at first. Watch every move the other f el- his advice illustrated. back waiting 'to shoot over a "haymaker." I don't. I never. x let a man hit me when I can .prevent' it. , i ,. I hit. every . time there is an j opening, whether the blow is glancing or smashing. Every,
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 26 December 1911
punch I land counts so much for me.' (In my second article I will explain the methods of defense I have used in the 250 bouts of my ring career." ' " " ( Abe Attell. TO INVESTIGATE DOUGH Financial success is a lure that has put lots of men to the bad, and still, strange as it may seem, there are crowds waiting for the chance to step into the place of those who are put down and outEverybody would welcome some pointers, not too hard to understand or too long to remember, of how to make good on the job of dollar chasing. The secret is :' Keep in the eye of the public; hunt the 'spot-light of public view, even if you have to do it on the "business end of another man's boot; keep' in the eye of the public, and tfhe trick is turned. . The beauty of the prescription given is, that it's just as easy ast sounds. To prove it, look at .Uncle Joe Cannon ; he got his. Illinois furnished a raft of"shining examples of professional publicity chasers, who delivered, each in his own peculiar way, and...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 26 December 1911
wmmmmmmmm . t . SOMETHING ABOUT "MURINE" An "Eye Water" That Sells for a Dollar an Ounce and Costs About a Nickel w Gallon to Make. . . " J, By W. C. .Cotton,; M. D. Common city .water, well advertised, would probably find a ready market and many advo cates to vouch for its therapeutic properties., Well, good city water has therapeutic properties if properly, used; but it is absurd to ..pay a dollar an ounce for it. That's about what the folks do who buy thoaverage patent medicine. That's abput what folks do iwho buy widely advertised "eyewater" called "Murine." For Murine, according to the analysis of the American Medical association, can1 be made for five cents a gallon-i-of water, borax anda little hydrastis. Here's the chemist's report: "Murine, as found on the market today, is an amber colored liquid, practically odorless, having a slightly bitter "taste, and giving an alkaline reaction to litmus. From examination we conclude that Murine is essentially an aqueous solution of bo...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 26 December 1911
mmemmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm STYLE OF VICTORIAN DAYS COMING BACK -Silken snoods are revived from the early Victorian days to deck tHexheads of winter maids. Ribbons, velvets and flowers are used to form these circlets. All that is needed is nimble fingers to make a coquetish head dress, and then it must be placed demurely upon the head. Chiffon and cloth of gold and silver are concocted together into becoming theater caps. And theater caps are worn many places besides the playhouse. Girls dance in them, dine in them and lunch in them. Each cap that is made must have a soft fall of lace to edge it, .and into this is tucked away delicate tiny flowers of varying shades. CYNTHIA GREY'S DAILY v CORRESPONDENCE I am in love with a girl who claims to love me. If I marry it means the poor house for my parents, as I am sole support. -Do you think I ought to ask this girl for steady company, and count on marrying some day under the circumstances? Or is it my duty to give her up and- stay single? An...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 26 December 1911
HUMAN BEINGS AND DUMB BEASTS One thing that ails Chicago is that the powers that be are 'dealing too much in futures. The newspapers are howling with all their might for a subway system, and paying nd attention at all to rotten transportation conditions that could be remedied NOW. While these learned editors are telling us all about what we ougnt to have some day in the dim and distant future, people are being packed into street cars TODAY in a manner that is actually, inhuman. In order to grind out the last! possible nickel and to hold on to all of it they can, traction managers are running too few cars on the surface and elevated lines. It is a daily occurrence in the morning to see a crowded cat stop at a crowded transfer point, and then go ahead without taking one-tenth of the waiting crowd aboard simply because there is no room. ' J , And mep, women, boys and girls stand in the street hopingthere will be a chance to get on the next car. The seats are crowded, the aisles are jam...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 26 December 1911
i"iiwi FEW WOMENHAVE PERFECT SHOULDERS, SAYS BEAUTYiX Not one woman in 20, I regret to say, is so fortunate as to own shoulders that require no beautifying. There is always some defect that needs to be remedied. There are two types of shoulders, either of them bewitchingly pretty. One is the shoulder of the woman past 25 which, it is universally conceded, should be full and white, with a satiny skin. The second type is called the girlish shoulder, because it is seldom seen after the twenty-fifth year is reached. It is sparingly covered with flesh, yet not a bone shows. In shape and color this shoulder is perfect. Every woman should have satin smooth shoulders, as roughskinned shoulders are abnormal. Bear well in mind, iladi, that your shoulders will not be smooth as the petals of a rose unless they' are given a thorough scrubbing night and morning with a complexion brush and quantities of hot, lathery water. After you know that the skin is clean as clean can be, sp'ray the shoulders...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 26 December 1911
m EXPERT ALWAYS 'SOME DEFECT THAT CAN BE REMEDIED ders" until they are well coated with the nourishing oil, "" aft i wBm iWHrijWW wisssawr I U I IMIwW !L i ersi 5 , .' U7 te: il- TKe next;s?ep is to massage this emollient into the flesh, which is done by rubbing the skin very delicately with a rotary movement of4 the fingertips. This plumpening massage shpuld'be given once every 24 hours, preferably at bedtime, and should extend over- 20 minutes. I cannot nromise raoid re sults, as -flesh forms very slowly on the shoulders'. Very plump shoulders are always more of a beauty defect than shoulders that are frail to a fault. I should strongly advjse those troubled in this way 'to declare war upon the fatty cells. Make it your aim to break them -down. How is this accomplished? Simply by kneading the flesh heavily with the fingertips. Some authorities recommend massag.ing with a stringent wash, claiming that it helps to reduce the flesh, and I am printing formula for an astringent that wi...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 26 December 1911
i, f SURGEON'S-KNIFE TAKES-CHANCE JN A THOUSAND, RESTORES CHILD'S SIGHT AND MAKES HIM SANE n. I -Jtkcfi llii2 , . mm fxJm JohnJ.,Galick.' New York, Dec. 26. One of the most difficult surgical operations ever performed in New York has restored sight to a 7-year-old boy and has cured him of ra nervous ailment akin to madness. The operation involved the removal of a tumor beneath the skull that had paralyzed the optic nerve. - To do this ifc was necessary to cut away three square inches of the boy's skull and then make an incision between the two brain" hemispheres and just above the superior longitudinal sinus, a large vein. The variation of a one-hun- Jydredth part of an inch in the course 01 tne Knite wouia nave meant instant death for the child. The boy, John J. Galick, son of a Sampson, Pa., farmer, became restless and morose four vears
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ago and then had fits of -violence in which he would attack those near him. He began to see double and then became blind. ' Dr..Arthur J. Wallscheid, former pupil of the Mayo brothers of Rocheste, Minn., told the mother there was only one chance in a thousand that the chilH would live through the operation , "Operate," ordered the mother, "I would rather take this chance of my boy recovering his sight than have him go through life sightless." The boy is, out-of the hospital now, his temperament is normal, heis able to . distinguish objects and his sight is growing stronger every day. 1 .WEDDING BELLS RING We note with pleasure that Mrs. Emilie Emerson, of Baltimore, divorced wife of Capt. Isaac E. Emerson, announces the marriage,, at Reigate, Erig., of. her daughter, Mrs. S. HoUins Mc Kim, divorced wife of Dr. S. Hollins McKim, to Mr. Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt, divorced husband of Mrs. Ellen French Vanderbilt. It 'is also cabled from London that-the bride wore a gray dress. There had...
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 26 December 1911
T k. - mmmmmmmmmmm THE DAY-AFTER .CHRISTMAS A Chicago girl playing with her dolls and toys new and old in a real Christmas box.. EUROPE FEARS YANKEE ATHLETES England admits our athletic supremacy in the last Olympic games in which we captured 108 5-6 points, to England's 69. "But," says , a London newspaper, "in swimming and wrestling the States only scored 17 to 63 by the Homeland ; and in boxing, gymnastics and skating' the United States was not represented. "Very likely the ISO men whom the A. A. U. propose to send to Sweden will include many swimmers, wrestlers and representatitvesof branches of sport other than track and field athletics." If' the American Olympic committee goes after the wrestling, swimming, rowing, gymnastic, tug-of-war, boxing. archery, she'eting-' ancl equestrian -cham- pionships,-as well as the track and field title, old Europe will have to "hump herself." o o ,. FUNNY DIPLOMACY ! One of the funny things in diplomacy-is Taft's advocacy of non-obnoxious lang...
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 26 December 1911
THE DAILY SHORT 'STORY Patience Duly Rewarded. Bob Davenport had spent 20 consecutive evenings at the Lake Park skating rink. Skating in itself, had nothing to do with his presence there. He was not particularly graceful, and he did not like to skate." On the first" of the 20 evenings, he had dropped in there to spend an idle hour. And had. stayed many hours because of a. lithe figure in white, possessinglustrous eyes, which in no way could be persuaded; to, rest upon Robert Davenport .for longer than one second at a time, and which always were surrounded by a circle of humble but persistent admirers. He did not dare to speak to her ; but he was a hopeful young man with a large belief in the goodness of an overseeing Providence. So he attended the skating rink with regularity and longing eyes. And on the twentieth night, he was rewarded. Backwards, and on the left inside edge,'she skated into his arms. Bob Davenport showed how excellently he was fitted to save a girl from falling. T...
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 26 December 1911
mmmmmmimmmmmmmmmm was noticeable th"at Her color was high and her laugh high-pitched. When the last waltz was over, Bob possessed himself of Miss Forsythe's coat and skates. "It is too warm to wear a coat," he said, "and it also is too fine an evening to take a car. We shall walk home." '.'But" began the girl, "I know," said Bob, "the young man over there, who looks as if he had bitten into an unripe persimmon, is waiting. But I waited four nights, and that is longer than he, and besides, there is an end to all things. T think," he added judicially, "I can lick the young man if he be troublesome.'' Miss Eloise Forsythe said 'Oh!'; but she permitted herself to be guided away from the rink and the scowling young man with the sheepish eyes. Bob Davenport's eyes were not sheepish. So they walked home together in the light of a glorious moon, that sparkled through a frosty sky. And the girl laughed a great deal, and Bob, with amazing'clearness and detail, "told her of his plans about the...
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 26 December 1911
mmmmmmmmrmmi i TELEGRAPHIC STATEMENTS OF WHAT THE 16 LEADERS EXPECFTO DO IN 1912 AMERICAN LEAGUE Mack The Athletics won in 1910 and 1911. Next year's team will be stronger than those of the past two seasons. Infer what vou like. Jennings Detroit was second 'in 1911 despite poor pitching. I believe I have picked up the necessary pitching strength to land the team first. Davis Cleveland, finished third with a bunch of youngstersr Next year they will be better. I believe he improvement makes Cleveland a big factor. ' Callahan Chicago just hit its gait when the season, closed. .The city series showed our possiblli-. ties. At this gait next year there'si nothing to it. Wolverton New York is a strong team and if the pitchers show their real form, the High- - ' landers will be the most troublesome team .in the league. ( Griffiths I will give supporters of'Washington a surprise. They'll forget the cry: "First in war, -first in peace and.last in the 'American Jeague." , i ' . McAleer Boston ...
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 26 December 1911
wmmrmmmm Dooin The Phillies villbe the National leagued-repres'enta-tives irt thcwprkils. seriqsnext 3'ear. We-will ,pla.v -the - Gham pioriship off in Philadelphia! " ---Ward--As of esiderit---of the -Boston teanv-I-Deheve we have la'Detterrclulrthan-most-people be lieve. -I.-na not claiming: -a pen- 'ifari'-bjutwtchifbr surprise. -OttO 'J BBftl &amp;i !,'0i, &amp;&amp;z I VfcriH -&amp;m?M: A 'Noah's ArkYor every girl and boy who reads Thfe Day Book. A Here comes Santa. Claus' with" a- special gift "for each, one, of our young friends a sure enough 'Noah's ark,-personally conducted by jolly Mr.. Noah -himself! -.,..'-: . r. Listqn, fplkes-all ! .Commencing; Wednesday ,-there will appear daily in The'DayBobk one of Mr. :Npah's-prize -animals, guarded by the boss -of the1 ark and- paraded -'put' fpr;.,y6u special inspection
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 26 December 1911
pp mmmmmm Each animal will wink' his" eye, or flap his fail, or "do some" other funny thing, besides telling- all about himself. You will surely want to hear what the animals from the ark have to say so watch for The Day Book every day and don't even let father or mother get a peek at it till you've found out! Coming Mr. Noah and His Ark, on Wednesday, Dec. 27. ' o o v y l POPE MAY BREAK ITALIAN CONTROL IN CHURCH Rome, Dec. 26. The end of Italian control of the Roman Catholic church was foreshadowed today in a semi-official announcement from the Vatican that the Pope will hold another consistory in, the spring. It is believed that four cardinals will b"e created, three of whom will be foreigners. Mgr. Bello under charge in Portugal of conspiracy against thestate, is believed to have been the cardinal named secretly at the last consistory. If conditions in Portugal are clarified, public announcement of his elevation to the sacred college will1 be made 'in the spring. Archbishop Von W...
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 26 December 1911
m kDOLF IS DISPLEASED WITH HIS CHRISTMAS PRESENT. yes-Yes, r can NO?oxy else woult haf UUUn I ur .uroo v.niMOinn GIFT. I HOPC AXiOLV VJLL ABBRBOATe JD, 7 MAKE IT TO ORDER. -" LIFE-SIZE uro V SIFT. I HOPe ADOLF VJLL YnnvZ J BBReCMTE ID, VERY WEJ.C, TOW XSV AH A packtch. ' Tl I OF COURSE, I must sfee 1 UNDFOR ME', ,,J VOT )SS 1M ID HA-HA VELLjVEVEU Mijlli ' MAYBB KD H4SS Howchasm.nq! JP I I I CoNT6NTS-
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 26 December 1911
PPPIPWPPP! s 'SPIRITUAL HEGIRA" EVER'SUFFERED WITH IT If Frank Lloyd Wright is experiencing his second "spiritual hegira" with Mrs. E. H. Cheney, Mrs. Wright, the wife, holds "the higher view" of love, and still thinks Wright is the ideal husband. This is the statement today by one close to the Wright-family. The wife is not disturbed" by the news' that her husband for the second time, has left his-fam-ily for his soul-mate. Mrs. Wright would not discuss the case, but the family attorney declared that no separation between the two had been arranged, and,, further, that the' wife had no intention of saying anything derogatory to her husband. - , A woman who refused to give 'her name, but said she was com-. missioned to speak for Mrs. Wright, declared today, at the Wright home here, that ihe wife "was certain her husband was guided by the highest motives." The things Mr. Wright does may not be yas oTthodox as those other people do," she continued, "but he has the brains to guide himse...
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 26 December 1911
: -IT-A-LIDEPENDSj - r''-T" T -t i Howlour little home .looks to us. :WTO4p" jM8bi How it looks to our neighbors: How it-looks to'the tax assessor ifwe see.him first. f . Burns' men think they oughtto have $67,000 reward in that McNamara rhatter. But' (Here are other detectives thinking oth-! er ways. - - - King George has gone. hunting in India with 60 elephants. 40 autqs and-at(,thpusanH beaters. Ought to.seareup a few rabbits, anyhow. - Over; 30,0 deserted country churches'ih'Ohio. ,3
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 26 December 1911
DOINGS OFTHE WORLD BOILED DOWN Sailors in naval ordnance yard, St. Petersburg, mutinied today, and are engaged in pitched battle .with troops. Chas. L. Hodges, who served oa jj years in me army, ami rose w -from ranks tn hp mninr o-pnprjil died at his home in Washington today. Denver will offer ,$100,000 for Democratic National convention, and expects to get it. Four men were killed in Kentucky, following Christmas celebration and in outbreak of old feud, two in Tennessee, one in Arkansas, one in Texas, One in Kansas, and two in Chicago. Attending physicians say Mrs. Russell G. Colt, (Ethql Barrymore), will be able to resume her theatrical work tomurrow. Unless Yuan Shi Kai immediately recognizes the Chinese republic, the rebels will elect Dr. Sun Yat Sen president of the Republic Wednesday, and establish a capital at Nankin. John J. Murphy, Kinkston, N. Y., undertaker, was called to the home of Frank Guirdane to prepare his baby for burial. He found signs of life. Baby will recover...
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 26 December 1911
mmsmmmmmmmmmmimmmm carrying telegram to his mother telling of his sister's death. Police headquarters, N. Y., today sent out general -alarm for Wm. Patterson, 65, Lincoln, Neb. a friend of William Jennings Bryan, who disappeared Sunday in a fit of melancholy. Members of Crombie Church, Salem, Mass., started campaign to have local papers enjoined from printing any facts of Richeson trial except the verdict. "I will stap on the job until I am forcibly removed, unless Parliament sanctions my dismissal." Latest word from W. Morgan Shuster, American treasurer-general of Persia. Russian officers are making no attempt to check the cruelty of their men, who are butchering men, women and children at Tabriz, Persia, and looting the bodies. It is reported that Russia intended to force the present Persian crisis on any excuse, and that its plans to destroy the independence of the country were laid months ago. ' Harry Lauder, Scotch comedian, either attempted suicide by trying to cross the Firth...