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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 28 December 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmm j .,:! DEMCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL OUTLOOK SIX , ' MONTHS BEFORE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION , . By Wm. E. Smythe.- ",,( -.l1(. Staff Correspondence.Washington, -D, C, Pec. 8. It is six months to. the Demqcratic hational convention, but a present forecast based dn fctfof ma , tion gathered from many pafts of the county, lddks like this: Nd 'candidate Will haVe the" riecessary twd-thlrtis ihajority at the start. It is doubtful If any will have even a bare majorify. "Woodrow Wilson will lead with a large followingj -JUclsdn Har1 mon or Champ Clark will be second or-thiTjd, respectively, each with a large following.' Oscar 3V. Underwoqa and Wi R Hearst will have delegates and other favorite sons Way have their own state dele--gatiohs. "The final outcome, will be largely governed bjr the. Republican nomination, which will' have been previously ,made. If it is a progressive nomination, like LaFollette the Democratic problem' will be this: ' J , '' "Shall we name a nan who tan hope tovc...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 28 December 1911

m a crisis, would have commanding influence with their lacal delegations! The dominant-new question of the moment is this: Has the story of Gov. Wilson's application for a pension from the Carnegie fund hurt his chances? . . . The story was revived and spread broadcast with' the deliberate purpose of killing him off. It has not done that, but fts first effect has been harmful. It is all "the interests" can say against him on personal grounds, and they are making the most of it. His friends defend him warmly. They say: i "He had become a national voice. He proposed to dedicate his life'to public service with all the uncertainties that attend a -public career. He had no private means to protect hjs family and'believed he was entitled to a pension, affer a life spent in education, Under the terms of the fund. Hisxapplication was rejected. "Such applications,are always treated as purely private mat? ters, between, the applicants' and the trustees., But because Woodrow Wilson is progress...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 28 December 1911

WPVP99PWPPfWiM9PP7PVPPPVW ,his riding camel to a date palm and set off afoot the sheik striding at his side across the sand. "Arrived at the barn, a wodden strUctlire, the sheik motioned Gompton to enter. As the Englishman, stooped Ufiderthe low strUctUre, he felt a stuHriirig blow upon -h& back of his head. He pitched forward irisensible. s When he recovered consciousness he found thaThe was alone. He was lyiiig ttpdn his back on a small platform against the inner wall of the barnj close to the low rodfi "When he tqed to" rise he discovered that tit was fastened to the platform by a leather throng iri such a Way that, thoUgh he could nioVe his limbs freely, he could not rise. The granary was filled, almost to the level ttf the 'platfoVm, with wheat. , Compton was puzzled. Why had the sheik bound,hint and left him herei Was it that he might slowly starve to -death in the midst of this plenteous store? While he wondered-he heard the dripping of water. Then he perceived th...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 28 December 1911

providentially at the very spot where its 'master lay. . Or ha&J it scented hip and instinctively come to him? " But soon its hunger would be appeased; once more the hot torrent would come pouring down. And. all 'at once. Gompton-perceived his last hope. He flung his arm .wildly out and grasped the brute round the neck. 'It snorted and started back.' f Compton clung desperately. One mighty heave, and the plank to which .he was bound came bodily away, flinging Jiim with .stunning force against the sjde of the barn. And through the broken timbers Compton perceived what he, had never .hoped to" see the brown, dusty, free stretch of the desert. CYNTHIA ' GREY'S DAILY - CORRESPONDENCE ( ' I am engagedto marry a young man who'has been square with me "in every way." Recently a woman came to me and claimed that my fiance is the father of her child 1 went to hismother about it, and "she talked to him and told me afterward 'that he denies the wom'an's story. Whatshall I do? Tdo no...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 28 December 1911

WHAT HAPPENED OUTSIDE CHICAGO Announcemeht was made at (White House today that President Taft will follow up Senator LaFollette on speedhmakirlg trip through Ohio. Empress Dowager and Manchu princes have notified Yuan hi Kai that they will abide by decision of proposed national convention to decide upon form of China's' future government. . ' Certificate of incorporation was issued at Jeffesdn City, Mo., today to International Shoe Company of St. Louis, -with capital stock of $23,900,000, formed by ; consolidation of Peters, Roberts and Johnson and Hand Shoe companies. Torpedo boat Warringtbh, .with creV of 20, is hi distress o ff Cape Hatteras, apcordittg-te wifeJess message received by navy department today, Two interurbari cars on Buffalo, Lockport ahd Rochester electric railroad collided, rear end, 5 miles west of Rochester4, N. Y., today. Teh persoris Inured, none seriously. Extra locdmOtive.crashed Into rear ehd of "Superidr Limited" train on St. Paul railroad at Milwaukee tod...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 28 December 1911

themselves as large as China and wfth population of 2,500,000 have seceded from empire, and announced themselves under protection of Russia. John F. Rowell, whose wife died suddenly in Milwaukee lodging house, stood on his constitutional rights and refused to answer questions concerning her death. Held without bail. Golden City, in hte Porcupine Camp, Ontario, destroyed by fire last July, is again ablaze. Half business section wiped out, and fire still burning. Will of Mrs. Mary J. Coggeshall, Des Moines, la., leaves $10,000 to National Woman's Suffrage association, and $5,000 to State association. After secret investigation, Miss Jessie Randall, secy, of Public Securities Commission, Allegheny, Pa., says J)es Moines dance halls are the cause of-the ruin of many girls. ' Frank G. Rockefeller, brother of John D., sat on platform at LaFollette meeting at Cleveland, wearing red badge of Progressive Republican League. Frank must want to knock La Ifollette. .. h ' 'iMake this government ...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 28 December 1911

Lenoxdale KealtK officers are going to enforce their prohibition. ..Mrs. Henrietta Qoddman N. , Y., asked annulment of marriage oh grdiirid she was insane wheri she married. As proof of her in-1 sanity, she told cpurt she was a I "bargain hunter." Cdurt couldn't " see it. v Lord Howard de Walden, richest unmarried peer in England, with income of $2,500,000 has announced his engagement to Margherita Vail Raalte, herself .wealthy. Jonathon O. Armour (You don't recognize J. Ogden the way ' his father named him, do you?) would think Lord Howard poverty stricken. Oscar Hammerstein is goihg to stage opera written by Duke of Argyll son-in-law of late.Qlieen Victoria, in London Rather than discharge 50 employes who, drink too much, Henry Ti King, jr., Philadelphia manufacturer, has sent notice to a T- t f t Innnkeeners not to serve thp mert Prince Jamie of Bourbon, pre tender to the Spanish throhehas left Monte Carlo with $100,000 he won at gambling tables in two nights. Although his salary...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 28 December 1911

is in again, trying to' explain fiis "withoHt-benefit'orrclergyu relations witti Meta Sinclair; near divorced wife of Upton Sinclair, the Socialist author. , - w Bert Franklin, charged with bribirig.Robe'rt Bain, Juror in"Mc-; Namaracase,' has been held to Superior Court oMos Angeles. 120,000 Russian troops have been s.ent to Persia. Orders have been- issued, from St. Petersburg, for ha'nging. of all-Persians, who have fired upon soldiers of Czan, . "If judges are honest in their work, they will not be disturbed by the recall." LaEollette." And furthermore Vox populi. vox dei. , , Judge E. D. Kine, Ann Arbor, Mich., who has been on, circuit court bench ior 25 years, urges that all divorce laws of Michigan be abolished. , 100 girl students in Wadleigh school, N. Y., will adopt baby and care for it; as part of their course in domestic science. "If you let federal incorporation, federal Sanction, fasten the over-capitalization of the trusts, upon us, you never will get relief from high...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 December 1911

THE DAY BOOK 500 SO. PEG&IA ST. aM98 TEL. MONROE 353 Vol. 1, No. 80 Chicago, Friday Dec. 29, 1911 One Cent PACKERS ARGUE FOR FOUR HOURS AGAINST HIGH COST OF LIVING' EVIDENCE Object Strenuously Jo Testimony Relative to Kenwopd Company, the "Blind Big? Through Which they Drew Enormous Profits. t V "The trial of the ten millionaire packers struck a snag today when ""the, attorneys for the defense fought; hard to prevent the intro J auction or any, testimony relative to -the affairs of the Kenwood company, jwljich manufactures butterine and&l&from packing town products. t , Gbvernirient attorneys could not at first understand why 'the packers1 should .object so strenuously; to evidence relative to the Kenwood qompanyf when they themselves had so freely pffered evidence -about their giant attempt at combination in 1902. But the reason soon lecame apparent to, everyone in the court roam-. .. , '.The Kenwood company is one ofjhe. big factors, in tbe-pres...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 December 1911

offices over to those of he Kenwood company, -and rake in the profits The aKenwood company is organized for $14,000. Its annual profits are between $4,000,000 and- $5,000,000. That's about 1,000 jier cent profit a week. Needless to say-there are no outsiders holding stock in the Kenwood company. Which shows the difference between a little private concern .of the packers, and anything they are willing t6 let the public in on. The question raised by the ob jection of the defense goes fats deeper than the Kenwood company. v According to the government, exactly the same methods as haveJ 1een used to conjure away Beef Trust -profits m thfe Kenwood case, Tiave been used in every bther collateral industry controlled by the packers. Only the packers themselves and their attorneys know how extensive these collateral industries are. They include "refrigerator transportation, the leather industry and half a dozen others. Attorney John Barton Payne sam inai io permit tne aumission of evidence r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 December 1911

- -..-- -viiyr"Js" 7 T-W-v Co., of -New" York for assistance in floating a pool'. Veeder- explained that on January 10, 1903, when the packers were consulting: with representa tives !of 'the FirstJational Bank' of New York (StandardfQil) and Jacoh Schiff, manager cf'Kuhn, Loeb & Go., the First ,National held their notes for $8,000,000. It was then brought ou that Schiff straightened out the finan"cial troubles of the "packers, and securedrfor them the loa"n of $15,000,000 which' brought the Na: tional Packing Company into existence. Copies of notes signed by Morris, Armour and Swift for this money were introduced and identified. , Veeder's testimony leads to- , ward, the belief that fear of a world combine-of the Britfsh industries jwas the first thing that caused' the, packers seridusly to entertain notions of a billion-tioLj far trus.t wtih 70 per cenf 'water, in it. r British agents were already on the ground here when Lord Panmure Gordon spoke to Gustavus Swift; it. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 December 1911

JUDGES SHAKE INJUNCTIONS AT' EACH OTHERWHOLE CITY LAUGHS AT "MAJESTY" OF THE LAW .' Terre Haute, Ind., Dec 29, 'Whentwo political machines of the same party fly at each other's throats and each machine turns Joose its own particular law court on the other and when city officials defy court orders and laugh at contempt proceedings,-what can the people do to end the fight ffor spoils? ' j. Heres what they are doing in iTerre Haute. Half a dozen social centers have been organized and more are forming' in the school houses. "2 A league for the initiative, referendum and recall has been formed and the men's leagues of some of the churches are declare .ing for these instruments of peo. pie's rule. Tohn E. Lamb, traction attor ney, absolutely bossed the 3omijiant democratic pary for years. The direct primary reduqed. his power a little. The three school .teachers mada big fight and the school board was made popularly elective instead of politically appointive. But Lamb was still powerful. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 December 1911

Ik. EYENTS OF INTEREST FROM ALL OVER r Dr W. B.' Cannon, of Harvard, says anger creates more sugar in blood .than-serenity. Well need to juit, calling a nilci ,mannered person "sweet tempered." -G, fyauncey M. Depew, 2nd., who lEves-in Paris,4 in N. Y. on visit. Jaqgh't new auto. Scored it in garage. Can't remember what grjige. Pirobabtyeffect of living inlhuiis., $ . . Frank Blair, Cony, Pa., could riot understand why his delivery hqr,sewas getting so thin until he discovered that boy was feeding it'from. sawdust barrel instead of branjbinf T J. WH Seward, Ipava, I1L, ar rested. on 'bigamy charge. Has wife in Ipava. Said to have another who is mother of 7 children in Missouri. -John Rushman and Frank Menke found guilty pf murder 'of Richard Bjown, at Paris, 111. 20 years each. "Southern California Political Equality league says it cost women of California 15.3 cents a voteto win suffrage "fight. Chief of Police .White, San Francisco, wants police court for women defendants 'only es...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 December 1911

. - adopted legally by Racine family, and he can't. David Kerr,-detective at Peoria fof 19 years, and dean of police there, dropped dead yesterday. Prof. Fred Newton Scott, University of Michigan, has invented new alphabet;. 'Havenlt we troubles . enough, without being plagued with anything like that? Edward Fellows, 56, formerly State mine inspector, committed suicide by jumping down well at Streator, 111. He was driven in"sane by Cherry Mine horror. "I wish Miss Russell and Mr. Moore ail happiness. For him, I have the kindest feeling, and I know no man whom, I admire more." Mrs. ' Lucille Moorp, who divorced Alex. P. Moore, now engaged to Lillian Russell., " It's getting fashionable to speak gently jof your hubby. Mrs. Tom Thumb," Countess Migra, smallest woman in the 4 N world, called on th"exbiggest president yesterday. She had to be carried up steps of White House. , Illinois State Teachers' association has voted to re-open question of "reading Bible in pubJic schools, which su...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 December 1911

dent" ' "Under no' consideration will I be a candidate for-the presidency." "Nobody, nobody, no-, body has,arjgjt todsay.,Lam not a candidate." "I am no.t'a candidate PRESENT." " , 'Arthur N. Roe, Brahchyille, N. J., elected coroner onprbnibftion ticket, wo uldnjtakejob-because -he couldn't "''bear tcfyook ondead bodies.", ' " Mrs. Anna MyersonrWpburn, Mass., has brought suit against trustees of Bosfpn cemetery because grave she reserved-for, hersejf is occupied by.body of man. "'Certain newspapers having printed someof the yellow matter which modern journalism sqiiezes out "of any unusual circutristance that may tbuch sex or family.,. ."Frank Lloyd Wright Trank must ,be sore about something. . "Don't overfeed yourb,orse.s' Hugo Krause, secy, "of Antii Cruelty society. ' Doh'f give the Jrrien'Who want to make money by underfeding their.ho'rses a good excuse. Hugo. There are not so many people whp.hurt horses by overfee'dihg them. , f ' "- The Korean race is'destined to hecoine almos...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 December 1911

r mm ARCHDUKE GIVES UP GLORY AND RANKT'fOR GIRL' - 1T y V ' A y j -v , , This isBertaBur, wifeof the former' Archduke Ferdinand Karl of the imperial Austrian family who renounced his princely; and. military rank and assumed the name of Ferdinand Burg7to marry hen " j ' , He's the latest of the Hapsburgs to follow thisspecial bent of theirs. It is believed that Emperor Franz Josef will restore Karl's ankand titles, and ennoble his wife. t -x. -.J ' X mamgHmmmmmtmmimm

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 December 1911

WHEN MARY HOBBS APPEALED TO WISCONSIN, THE STATE MOVED PROMPTLY TO STOP OVERWORK By W. G. Shepherd. j Staff Special. . . ' Madison, Wis., Dec. 29. Mrs. John Hobbs, whose family I introduced to you yesterday, became worried over the wan tired look of her daughter Mary, who worked in a fashionable candy store. I told you yesterday that the 'Hobbses were a make-believe family, but all these experience stories of Wisconsin' progress sive state laws are the real experiences of real people. , ','How many hours have you been working lately, Mary, asked Mrs. Hobbs -one evening. , "Fourteen Hours a dayx" said the girl. "If I oflfy didn't have to work on Sundays, too; I'd get a chance to rest. It's a lot of work for $6 a week." "Why don't you tell the industrial commission about.it?" asked Mary's father. "That's .against the law, the way they're treating you." The next day at noon, Mary went across the streetto.the state capitol and was shown to the office of Charles R. Crownhart, of the-indu...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 December 1911

season. - Others ran two shifts of girls? That's one thing that 10,000 Wisconsin girls have to be thankful to progressSveism for. AMERICAN WOMEN" BEAT ' CHAMPION Article No. 3 will tell how the state of Wisconsin felt that it was responsible" for the moral as well as the physical welfare of Miss Annie Hofrbs. -o o- WAYTO HUNT RABBITS AND COMMIT SUICIDE Lawrenceburg, ImL, Dec.' 29. fohn-W. Cook, disdaining the ordinary methods of hunting rabbits; chased one into a hollow ldg, set " his trag gun at tfne end, stooped over the other so as to grab the rabbit if it ran oat, pulltd the string tied to the trigger md caught the rabbit . in his iands, and the bullet in his breast. People" at the funeral openly roted against that way of hunting fabbtts - 1 ' o o - Headline from the Philadelphia North American : Carnegia Prevents War . Among Peace Advocates!' And yet there are those who do tay that Andy's millions have Hone .nothing- -tangible for the jasef peace! ; ; Baroness de Meyer New York...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 December 1911

-. - INTIMATE CORRESPONDENCE FROM. WASHINGTON ... . .': ' ' RATH , v " ' '. ( .""- .. Washington, D! JcDec;29. I am- infqrraedrthat ,the plerks in the general postoffice who have charge of the postal savings-bank A are working every day now until 6 o'clock twa hours aday overtime wifhoutpay apdfyaye nt yet' got through wjtti thejseptenvber pass books ! This isJPostmaster General 'IJitchcpckVidea 'of efficiency nd economy.. "" 'Another idea qfj, efficiency and economy as operated in tHe'ppstofficejdepartment is to depiine to fill vacancies f pr $l;60j and $1,800 clerks and to shoved $900 clerks into "those-' job? and make them do the work. Result :,ipefficiency and an 'actual cutting of wages at a time when tfie cost pf. livipg has increased 15 per-cent, - - The "conditions inthe railway mail,seryice are.rapidly becoming intolerable. s " WJien v Mr.- Hitchcock gets through with the p'pstoffice" department he mayshow a hookkeeping surplus, hut what -is the use'o fa voiding .bookkeepin...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 December 1911

WWWMMIMH 5 i P li ' i payers an'd refunded to them; that when it comes toaying taxes- these "dividends" are not earnings or profits; they are merely boosfing material for street ear advertising and the insurance solicitor. But Commissioner Cabell a Daniel come to judgment -says that dividends which are good enough for street car purposes are good enough to be taxed. Oh, wise judge! Oh, just judge! oh, honorable judge! - f - Several months were spent by 'Hon. Jonathan Bourne, senator from Oregon, in gathering da,ta on the subject "oythe use of federal patronage to control national coriyentions, One night recently his office was entered and his file was looted of all this "material. " ' Sincerely, ' Rath. CYNTHIA 'CREY'S DAILY , CORRESPONDENCE What will increase the growth of. eyelashes? And what will darken 'the ends so that they will look 'like the restFy-H. B. f A. Let your eyelashes alone and be satisfied with them as they are Better , have short lashes, than lose your eyesight, a...

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