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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 27 December 1911

An attractive sealskin quartet '4 31 Luck is the woman who can havener scarf, muff, hat and purse,

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 27 December 1911

in a set. This is one of the feminine freaks of the winter's advancing. A particularly charming set was recently constructed for a girl of twenty. The furs used in this set were seal and ermine. The dark col ored pelt was used for the hat, scarff, muff and purse, each in turn being edged with the white. The hat was a crushed affair, having at one side a large white osprey, while the muff and purse had two tiny ermine heads as decorations. "MURDER MYSTERY" WAS STUDENT'S PRANK Olathe, Kan., Dec. 27. The "mystery of the missing, body" has been solved, and Sheriff Car roll is the most peevish man in seven counties. Three days ago, there were dis covered in an old mill near here, bloody marks, little bunches of human hair, hairpins, andall the other indications of a first class murder mystery. Sheriff Carroll was called in. He sleuthed around fpr a few hours, and solemnly announced that murder had been done in the old mill. The only thing, he said, was the corpse, and he, Sheriff Carroll...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 27 December 1911

mmmmmm ! ' . THE BEAVER "TAKES THE STAGE Vi Strange Little Animal from Mr. Noah's Ark Tells Chicago Boys N and Girls a Few Interesting Things About Himself. 5 Vygtfo--'-V ' Jj ,'ifh '-iVv"!; fr'VtW.s . wxs r t '' I am Mr. Beaver am Did you ever see my How do you do? house? It is built of branches, with mud and stones between them. I have a two-story house. The door is beneath the water's surface so Jack Frost cannot reach it. Many of us "beavers working together build large dams. With our strong, -sharp teeth we cut down big trees. We gnaw them s6 that they fall toward the waters Are we not'wise? During the winter our mud houses - freeze hard. Then, my enemy the Wolverine cannot break them. Every year I put a fresh coat of mud on my house. So, you see, in a few years it has a "pretty thick walL I am about three feet long. I have a flat, scaly tail. My coat is reddish brown soft and fine. It is very valuable. Did you evei see a beaver hat or a muff made of my fur? - Goodbye, little g...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 27 December 1911

mmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm TOM ANDREWS' FIGHT GOSSIP CANADA CAN BOAST OF A PROMISING LIGHTWEIGHT Canada has produced few fight ers of note since the day of Harry Gilmore, but in Billy Allen, a pro duct bf Ontario, our neighbors may boast of as promising a light weight as -has appeared in years. Allen is making his home in Syracuse, N. Y. He has partici pated in more than 60 fights, los- Billy Allen. ing but two and has a long string of knockouts to his credit. , During his career to date, Allen has twice met Knockout Brown, the New York lightweight. He won the second encounter and fought a drew with Abe Attell, besides fighting such, tough boys as Tommy O'Toole, Patsy Kline, Jimmy Walsh, Tommy KilBane,, Billy Ryan and Pal Brown, the Minnesota lightweight who was Qne of the two to defeat him. Allen fought some hard battles in 1911, his last being with Grov er Hayes, a 10-round whrilwind, in which a vdraw would not have hurt either. Allen was a star as a feather-weight and as lightwei...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 27 December 1911

iiixiiiivjxvAn,gw!mmmmm!mmmmmBmmmm9immq TOM ANDREWS' FIGHT GOSSIP CANADA CAN' BOAST OF .A PROMISING -LIGHTWEIGHT Canada has produced few fight ers of-riote since the day qHtfarry Gilmore, but jn Billy Allen apro duct bf Ontario,, our neighbors may boast bf aspromising3i light weight as-has appeared .in years. Allen is. making his home in Syracuse, N. Y. Pie. has'.partici pated in more than 60 fights, -los- Billy Allen.. ; ing but two and has a long .string of knockouts to his credit. (During his career to date, Allen has twice met Knockout Brown, the New tovk lightweight He won the second encounter and fought a drew with. Abe Attell, besides fighting such, tough -boys as Tommy O'Toole, Patsy Kline, Jimmy Walsh, Tommy -Kiib'ane,, Billy Ryan qnd Pal Brown, the Minnesota lightweight who was 9ne of the two to defeat him. Allen fought some hard battles in 1911, his last being with Grov er Hayes, a 10-round whrilwind, in which a 4raw would not have hurt either. Allen was a star as a feath...

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. — 27 December 1911

mmmmmmmmmm promoters are .responsible for'dn' alleged fake between Buck Crouse and a fellow named Ha ney. If true,-those responsible' I ought to be railroaded out of bus iness. Trie boxing .game has enough to fight without promot ers and boxers pulling off crook ed deals. , . Can you beat it? Women in Maine attending boxing matches ! That is'what happened at Rock land, when Terry Martin and iTom Sawyer boxed ten rounds. iThe women seemed none he worse for their experience and twelve voted boxing was 'just fine." IN LITTLE OLD NEW YORK By Norman. n. y., foosdy hardly anything - aint on the levl, is it lots of times i been to a vodevill shoVand seen one of them hm notists do his ackt, making reg ler,boobs out of a lot of fellers ( arm i that, gee aint that swell, to be able to make pepel bark like a borg, and butt like a"billy goat, and all them funny stunts and now i read into-the paper where a hipnotist guy had tvjo kings arested for bustin up his show, and they told'their side of t...

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. — 27 December 1911

wfmmimpm -i mmmmrim promoters are responsible for3nv alleged fake between Budk' Crouse and a fellow named Ha ney. If true,-those responsible ought to be railroaded out of btf$r iness. Tfte boxing .game -ha enough to fight without promot ers and boxers pulling off. crook ed deals. - Can you beat it? Women in 'Maine attending boxing matches t iThat iswhat happened at Rock land, when Terry Martin and Tom Sawyer boxed .ten rounds iTbe women seemed none the worse for their experience and twelve voted boxing was 'just fine." ' , - ' IN LITTLE OLD NEW YORK , By Norman. n.. y., foosdy hardly anything - aint on the levl, is it loft of times i been to a vodvill shoanM seen one of them hyp notists do his ackt, making reg ler,b6obs out of a lot of fellers ( artel i that, gee aint that swell, to be able to make pepel bark like a borg, and butt like a'billy goat, and all them funny stunts and nowsi read irlto-the paper where a hipnotist guy had two kings arested for bustin up his show, and they t...

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. — 27 December 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm -. $ '- 4f HOW- .?WORKINGiyiEN'S COMPENSATION" LAW "WORKS AFTER FOUR MONTHS' PRACTICE ." . . ,f? J3v Herbert Quick, Editor "of "Farm and Fireside ' We open or hearts' to all- in need, especially, in the holiday period; .andof all in need; those?-casks" seem most pmtul in which Ktn ) the breadwinner is '-laid up"4)y accident, or for -still rr:f stronger reason where the earner o the. living has ' i &&$$$&. been snatched away by accidental" death1' in this age l .jSt ni mnphinerv. Fof wherever machinery is used, lurks bund force; and wherever .blind .'farce' lurks interfhingled with flesh and 6lood, "bones; willcbe bfoken, flesh tornand life destroyed. ?'" ' . Almost everywherer-! shall tell you of the excep tional state tfye man- 'wdunded in this battle with machinery is taken to a home struck into panic at the awful situation. The man of the-house-is "laid up" or worse still? billed. 'The bills' come due the first of TT y-v - tilt 1X1U11 til ci...

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. — 27 December 1911

wmmmmmmm for 90 days are paid by the em ployer. If he is totally disabled J for even so long as four years this pay goes on but no longer. If he is only partly laid up, he gets a part of the 56 per cent of his wages, which a "total wreck" vis entitled to. So much for John the press man, who draws $25 per. If Mr. Superintendent, who gets $5,000 fore they get itsbeenfits." Ifemployers "stay out from un der the law" as they may if they choose the law makes it pretty easy for"the "ambulance chasers" so far as their workpeople's in- " juries are concerned. It's made '' that way on pqrpose so that the employers will get in line under j the law. The law became effective last' ; " TWO NEWS ITEMS SHOW TWO WAYS TH WISCON- SIN LAW WORKS Madison, Wis., Dec. 27. The first accident claim against the state under the workmen's compensation act has been settled by theindustrial commission. John W. Dougherty of Minocq'ua, was the victim. He was an employe of the state' forestry" commis- sioji and a t...

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. — 27 December 1911

vimpnipvvviPiiivviMVfVfvppww 3 I- i , settled practically without delay or difficulty;' The mpneycam when it was most bitterly; needed. On theaverage it takes $82 in fees and 'co'sts to' get J18vto'the family' by trreambulance chasing system. ..Wisconsin no' work men's family in case .of his acci- Chief Justice Winslow. dental death in the course of his employment will "receive less than $1,500, and the amount in-most cases will "be $3,000 and- lesser injuries accordingly. This payment will come by the week and in case of death or to tal disability, will run for four years, unless the industrial.com-mission'sees-fit to have it paid in a lump., It will be'secured to the people torwhbm ifbelongs"by the action of:the state, '"and not in court.' The-witfaw. and' orphan will be upheld, by the strong arm bf the state of Wisconsin. Chie.f Justice Winslow, reading the opinionof the supreme court, said: . "If experience shalL demon strate that it (the law) is practic able and workable, and o...

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. — 27 December 1911

SOME NEW YEAR'S CARDS EASY FOR THE LITTLE CHILDREN TO MAKE Pretty New Year' catd can be made by a littfevchild -without much trouble. A snow man or a row of bells cut from -paper is pasted oil a folded card of a contrasting c.olor. Inside the child writes or prints his New .Year's greetings. The pattern for "both snow man and -bells is-made by "free hand" cutting.. - - An oblong of paper is folded and half the object cut from this. When the folded paper is opened you have the whole silhouet. By. ' drawing around these patterns and then cutting" out,' the child makes .the design to paste onK the card ' If a larger card is used aj small calendar may be pasted belo,w the design. FALSE BUT NECESSARY Wisconsin supreme court's de cision ,that a husband is legally bound to prdyide Jiis wife wkh false teeth, if she requires them to .eat properly, is-sound'and sen sible. She has certainly got to eat and she should be able to eat properly. The-saine applies to false eyes, false noses, false h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 27 December 1911

immmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm EDITOR1 ACCUSED IN HIDEOUS WHITE SLAVE EXPOSE USES INFLUENCE,AND TRIAL IS MADE SECRET Paris, France, .Dec. 27. The trial of the nineteen prisoners ac cused of heaving been engaged in the wKite'slave traffic is to be'be hind closed doors. The -judge of the court o cor rections says he madethisruling because the evidence -vyould tend to corrupt public- rnorals. The real reason is believed to be that because of the prominence of sev eral of the - accused, - powerful pressure was-.brought to. bear on the judge. ' ' Among the" prisoners' are "Vic tor Flachon, former; editor of "The Lantern" and a close per sonal friend- of Ex-Premier Briand ; Gaston Allard, a .wealthy manufacturer; and , Mme. Guif mih, who conducted the white slave agency fronf the wealthy so ciety men of Paris are alleged to have procured -their victims. In addition to these, several mothers who admit having - sold their 'children, r some of whom were only 11-years old, kre among the defendants.-...

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. — 27 December 1911

INTERESTING BITS 0FXOCAL NEWS '' Fire in biulding at W. Kedzie and Orleans streets today endan gered office of U. S. postal sub station. Clerks saved mail by throwing out of windows. Walter Fargeman, 215" E. 35th street, shot himself at his Tionre today.' JCJTed instantly Howard Lyons, negro, found asphyxiated in his room a t 2208 ,S. Dearborn street. " Verita Hare, 3, died today at her parents' home, 1805 W. Jack son blvd., of rabbies. W. J. McNeil, 3416 Indiana ave., reported fo the police he was robbed at 2 o'clock this morn ing of $680 by a negress near "L" structure and E..23rd street. Condemnation proceedings for acquisition of property to be used as a small park will soon be be- 'gun.- Block will be .bounded S. Lincoln, S, Wpod, W. 19th and 20th streets. Violet Buehler -still missing. Search being made for her In St, Louis, Kansas City and Cleve land. Indications are that she was no.t enticed away, but went willingly, probably with a former guest at her faster mother's hotel....

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. — 27 December 1911

mm9mmmmmmmmmmBmmmmmmmm "f' T . rr -. -J r Friday.. Had beenJiving as common-law husband and wife, de claring marriage was "red tape." Live at 217 E. 31st street. Miss Arilla Henius, 15, and J. S. .Woodson, 24, elopers from Peru, Ind., arrested at Polk street depot last night on word from Peru, will.be returned there. Say girl's mother doesn't object, and they will wed anyhow. Miss. Pearl Celichowcki, cash ier in restaurant at 727 Milwau kee ave., held up and rob"bed of $17 by two men early today. Theodore Lutzok, watchman at American school of Corre spondence, Drexel-blvd. and 58th, street, shot in leg while making his rounds this mornirig. Assail ant, supposedly a burglar, escap ed. No clue. Window in jewelry store of Berg & Co., 51 S. Michigan ave., smashed, and burglar took dia-1 monds and jewelry valued at $7 500. Third time store has been robbed in five weeks. No arrests have been made. Miss Eva Frankie, 5209 W. Lake, arrested after she had houted she had been robbed. Po- I...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 27 December 1911

WRIGHT AND HIS "ART HOUSEKEEPER" SNOWBOUND IN HOUSE OF HAPPINESS Dodgeville, Wis., Dec. 27. Frank Lloyd Wright, the Oak Park architect, and Mamah Borthwick, divorced wife of Ed win H. Cheney, with whom -.Wright has "hegira-jed" for the Ijffe second time, have been isolated Dy a piizzara. The road.s leading to the "House v.of Happiness" and "Homeof'the Ideal Life" are piled high with snow, and travel is impossible. Wright and his "art mate" can't be tarred and feathered just now. They can't be interviewed. They can't even leave" the "House of Happiness" and end the sec ond "hegira," unless they do so on snowshoes. So, for a time at least, Wright and his mental better-half,. can "spiritually hegira" all they want without interference from the law orindignant neighbors. Meantime, the villagers and the sheriff, "Billy" Pengally, are sitting up nights struggling with the exact meaning of "spiritual hegira." . The villagers confess they are hazy as to the exact meaning, but - are quite de...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 27 December 1911

HOW, DO YOlTfSTANDON RESOLUTIONS? This New Year's resolution gag is alright as far ,as it goes, .BUT:- . -- . J--.-,., ;,'." , i a fellow is going to do a thing because Jie knows he will better himself by "it, -or because he knowi-heought,odo.it, or because he knows it is changing from wrong to. right well, he'll do it anyhow m he doesn't need to make a whole lot of resolutions. . ; jOn the, other-hand, if he makes a ldt'of resolutions just because r its this time of year,rand-he sort bf.feels .the customarity of the thing watch -him break "them as soon as the spirit of a new year wears off. Any resolution that is worth making on New YeaVs, is worTff making right now. , - - " ' .' Why wait? . '.',,. You start out by turning over a new leaf -chuck, full ofNew Year's spirit, or spirits. ,.:' In a few days the spirit, or spirits, wear. ofTa'nd your leaves are going to flop back on you. -.'., -'' . Doq't back your resolutions by any spirit'except the good you , are going to get out of m...

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. — 28 December 1911

THE DAY BOOK 500 JSO. PEORIA ST. j398 ' TEL. MONROE 353 Vol. 1, No. 79 Chicago, Thursday, Dec.28, 1911 . 'One Cent FAIL TO, CONNECT STRIKING SHOPMEN WITH ' ILLINOIS CENTRAL WRECKS Railroad Officials Say, nv Two "Cases Spreading Rails , , Were Probably the Cause Kline Challenges . C, to Allow Police Investigation f Investigation of the'' fqur wrecks on the Illinois Central, and the alleged attempted wreck ing of a fifth tr.ain, "Tuesday nfght, decla'red.by Lieut. Mooney 'of the Kensington police to be the work of a Wrecking crew of four teen union men, operating in a conspiracy, a, la McNa'mara, has failed to result in any .arrests, but has prompted .the statement By I. C. officials. that the derailing of the Blue Island express lat Grand grossing and the ditching of a freight at .the same "place was probably caused by spreading rails. ' , ' ' ''The' only evidence to support the "wrecking .crew'.' theory, so far disclosed 'is the testimony of two 15-year-old boys that they saw two, m...

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. — 28 December 1911

ers prior to the wrecks. After getting Mooney's side of the story, the Exammer asked Kline for a statement .Which lie gave defining his position. Not a line, of it was printed, but the story inferred that 14' men had beeii definitely connected with the wrecks, and that Kline was in a badly worried state over these damaging "discoveries." , As far as can be learned from the police and L C. officials, the investigation has fallen flat, as far as fixing the blame for thewrecks on any individual. Strike leaders say that one of the wrecks was caused by a flange on the locomo tive wheels being worn so thin that it split a switch.", f The burning of a pile of rub bish on a vacant lot at 97th. street and Champlain street was extin guished last night before it did any damage. But it gave the ExaJminer and the Tribune a chance for a difference of opinion. According to the Tribune,' the fire was lighted by a workman employed in the shops, who went away and left it burning. There was no damage ...

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. — 28 December 1911

they will get on the job imme diately. Therefore 1 invite the chief of police of Chicago to in vestigate our general offices, and I stand ready to lend them all the assistance in my power to un cover this case of supposed train wrecking. I wish to state further that I do not Jbelieve there is .a general officer involved in this Harriman line and Illinois Central strike but what is perfectly willing to throw their office doors open to any ,chief of police in the tities in which they are located, and-the quicker they get on the job, the better.- I have this date, invited the chief of p'olice of Chicago to ex amine our records and offices, and volunteered my' services. Will the Illinois Central do likewise? The insinuation that the members of the craft J represent are in volved in this supposed train wrecking, I am not ready to be lieve, but I do believe hat the Illinois Central engines and cars need repairing and need it badly, and possibly if they had been in first class shape, there...

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. — 28 December 1911

th6 Chicago Junction railway, and the Chicagd Uriion tSbck .yards, now that I recolject the de tails. N "He was a -very humorous chap, Lord Gordon very humor 3 ous, indeed. I remember that, the "two for one idea especially ap pealed ta his sen'se of humor' Attorney Pierce; Butler raised his eyebrows in question. Ap parently he did 'not understand the 'rtwo for one idea." Veeder explained that the "two 'forgone" idea lay in incor- porting for twice the value, of your actual assets, and then pay ing yourself back for the assets from the stock. Lord Panmure Gordon's idea 'did not so greatly appeal to Gus tayus Swift, whom Gordon first approached about it, however. (The American public was just be. . ginning to get ori to the two for one idea, and, however humorous it might be to L6rd Panmure Gordon, investors regarded' it in a different light. Several meetings tfdok place between Gtistavus Swift and Vee deer early in 1902 to discuss the merger idea proposed by Gordoh. The chief point o...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
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