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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 29 December 1911

- Jif-f: ? r ije'Ijs" r fv THE-KAN'GAROO TELLS THIS He Has Jumped -a,.-Long-Ways to Get Here With Mr Noahand -'Visit With Boys,ancC Girls Who Read The Day Book. Next-time ,ypu.-go"to, T-a circus, staritfrby ay ca'ernfilI mjbve. Themyou will" see .Ivhaye;a.'funny wayof -getting around. "Mv.hind Kto& K5tT, tA-Vi.-fetW EUfa3?ri r iTiaii. i "" I legs' are very longhand' strong. use these for hopping arid leaping about, . . , . ., - My, fore legs, are yery.-short.i Sometimes Lleap 2Qfeet.4 $hen you play leap frog, see. ji -you can jump so far. My.claws'are shasp so that I can take hold of branch es. My tail is trong..-I use it as" a balance when I sit-down. , My fur is short ands'ofjrand of a reddish color. My headis "form ed like that of a deer. 4 'X hae large eyes, and quite' large, ears. We jcangaroos live 'together in troops There are magy .kinoVof - kangaroos. "V! Eyerybodyicnovs; 'about my pouch. It is ?.ii open pocket cm the under side of myJbo.Hy. In this I carry my babies," ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 29 December 1911

"? "SMALL TIME-STUFF" EFFECTIVE" WHEN USED BY UMPIRE BRENNAN ON FESH PLAYER - By Billy "Evans ' . There is a player in the Nation al league whonever gives Umpire Brennaa any trouble. Brennan refuses to. give his name, but be 'Iieyes he could call a strike on him a foot over his, head without pro- r test. According to Brennan the play er has a' larger foot than the aver age, while his head is consider ably smaller. The player is sens itive about both. This' informa- tion was given to Brennan by a friend. , One'afternoon Brennan was called upon to make some close decisions on the player lie pro tested mildly, but not enough to get consideration. Finally, Bxen nan called him out on a peculiar as well as a close play- As Bren-, nan walked away the player fol lowed him and kept saying: I can t see how you ver pulled a decision like that. For the-love of Mike why did vou call me out?" - "I am not surpris ed that you don't 'un ders ta-nd. A glance at your feet and then at your head shows t...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 29 December 1911

n mighthave brokentj'our Jeg.' He . was in earnest about it, and I guess he had more stuffy up his sleeve. T tqld him such-being the case, the next time he "was an nounced as the. pitcher, X intend ed to declare myself out of the line-up. o o ' ' CHICAGO NEWSPAPERS AND' THE NEWS'-; , , The Chicago newspapers 'are a truly wonderful study. They are so careful to present tfieir news'in a truthful, unbiased manner if you don't care what you say! For instance, the following is this morning's Tribune's" version of a'visit made by Peter Bartzen, president of the County'Board, to the state's attorney's office, yes terday: , "While Mr. Dunn was preparr ing his statement, ' Mr. Bartzen was at the state's attorney's of fice, trying to ward off an indict ment sought by the cuil service reform association." Here's what the JRecOrd-Herald ,says of the same, incident: "Peter Bartzen,, president of the county board, went to the state's attorney's officeVesterday and demanded that any charges brough...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 29 December 1911

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Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 29 December 1911

w aw n ii i im m i i , n $HE DAILY SHOBT SfORY ; In collie Gideon Spall's long neck won hip 'the nickname, of "Giraffe" Small, which a few weejes shortened to "Raffy," and the tifle fitted sq weH that it stuck even after fye received his degree nd started to pay Back some 'of the money borrowed for his edu N cation by a brief season pf teach ing. - Fhe. popular verdict at Har rington, wherehe was principal of the little hfgh schopl, was never more openly reflected thap when "Raffy" begin calling op Millicent Warren. ABut young men $ere scarce m Harrington, and Milicent's , scornful young brpthers suffered the teacher's attentions until the Christmas vacation, when BobOvertpn came home ffom college. .In his care less, ati-contjuering, athletic way, Boo had teen one of Milicent's admirers; but ., now, finding a rival, albeit a humble one, he re turned to her shrine tyith re newed fervor But, for 3ome-un-accountable reason, the teacher refused to seek the background. v Bob Overton was ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 29 December 1911

fact which gave him all the bet ter chance-to show his power." 'Uh, no, youfre not,Uiesaid to the girl, Ignoring "Raffy;" you're going with- me. - -Don't you remember you "promised last Sunday evening. '"I have thejkk ets with me, I'm sureRaffy' will excuse you. Forhe'knows you'd rather go with mei" ..For unadiilteredj ' smiling ef frqntery, f ew- could -equaHBpb Overton. L Milicent seemed " actually on the point of yielding, when a sudden event interfered. ,, Thenar had stopped on a steep grade wKiletjie' conductor' went back to replace a switch. For same-reasonthe switch stuck and he called. the motorman to come and help.J.The latter had gone, carrying with him his controller. Nobody knew why nt. happened, but while both' were? engaged fully 20 yards away, the car.sud denly gave a ltfrch and, started down the hill. Something was wrong with themotor; "but there was not a man aboard who knew the remedy. Several sprang to shut off the power, but' with the motorman's controller" gone ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 29 December 1911

LILLIAN RUSSELL TO WJED' HUBBY NO. 4. s?" - o I V s- " 7 '.I "i This is Lillian Russell, famous for her beauty :artd her actihg, who announces her engagement to wed Alexander P.-Moore in Map. Moore is publisher 'of the Pittsburg- Leader and some politician' m western Pennsylvania. Miss Russsll divdrced No. 3 "just 13 years ago. According to "Who's Who" she. was born in 11861. . T . s ' - -7 - " -' -J Fire in Wabash freight shed, destroyed 200 feet of sheds last Clark between Pollc and Taylor, night and did $10,000 damage. " J

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. — 29 December 1911

IN LITTLE OLD NEW YORK By Norman. New York, Dec. 29. The pre liminaries to the wedding Mr. Martin Krauss and Miss Margar et Bachner Avere among the most remarkable that have ever been witnessed in this or any other city of our fair land. ' Exhibit'A: The invitation. ' Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bachner Mrs. Louis Krauss request the honor of' your pres ence at the marriage cere mon of their children ' Margaret' Bachner to Martin Krauss on Dec. 27, 1911, at 9 p. m. sharp at Wimmer' Little Hungarian) 897 Prdspect-av, Brorix, N. Y. Telegram Address iWimmer's, 897 Prospect-av, New ' York. Exhibit B: -A postal card, 'ad dressed to M. Krauss, 1437 Bos-ton-rd, Bronx, N. Y., with the fol lowing printed on the back; Kindly return this card the latest on the 21st of this month, and state if you and how many of your family, will attend. Exhibit C: The following, which also was sent out with each invitation: Read This Carefully. Pear Friends: Anyone who will be kind to appear would not bring presents b...

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. — 29 December 1911

iPMBBPPPPIBpPPPVffPVQPPP ABE ATTELL" SAYS THERE ARE FOUR" FUNDAMENTAL1 BLOWS AND TELLS ABOUT THEM SI -.J ly .' . Jl Attell blocking Goodman's lead, (Abe Attell, in this article, says there are four fundamental blows and that.all others are adaptions. The Value of' the straight punch, 'the old v "straight from- the shoulder" style, that ma'de Eng land's old champions famous, is encouraged by the featherweight j cnampion. jcauor,; , By Abe Attell, " Featherweight Champion There ate but four real punches in boxing the straight left to -the face, the straight left to the D landing straight left to facei body, the straight right to the face and the straight right to the? hody. All others are the out-" growth of these. 7 To deliver the straight left, straighten the arm to 5ts full length, step in and put- your weight behind your fist. In de- livering .the straight right to the fce and the straight left 'and right to the body, the same prin-" ciple is used always stiffen your arm, hit hard...

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. — 29 December 1911

4, f. .p pv 41 pWW PwpFi to -score a knockout. They are the real blows of the prize fight ers. Jabs are the blows ring gener als use, not to put a man to sleep, but to wear him, down. A jab is a quick, snappy blow with the el bow partly crooked. Jab your man from time to time until by his dodging,, or, by jyour punches, you have placed him just where he is in a ppsjtion for you to land a straight punch. The one-two punch is one of Ihe best used. It is rnerely the delivery of a double blow-r-of getting youf man around to'.a point where you can shoot hard with your left and almost simul taneously smash him with' your right. To do this you must be fast, else your opponejnt will take advantage of the opening. There are hundreds of different punches in use, but as I have said, all are variations of the four fun damentals. When you have mas tered the art of delivering the four straight -punches, .the other will follow as a matter of course. It may happen that your reach is short. This is ...

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. — 29 December 1911

PPPIPWPp " -"-" ' TALKS ON LABOR TOPICS JBy Max Hayes". v War Demagogues Losing Grip. We are peridically regaled with sanguinary reports that Germany and France or England and Ger many are about to grapple in,.a struggle that would spell disaster to millions. If the jingo editors and the 'demagogic politicians had their .way there would be war. But they wont hae their way"; they are losing their grip on the mass es who are expected to kill and maim each other. The unions and socialist organ izations of Germany, France, England, Russia, andMther coun tries have declared against war. They correctly express" the opin ions of the commonv people in this respect, and they are doing more to preserve the peace of Eu rope than all The Hague confer ences and Carnegie peace funds ever devised. i Labor, Turkey's Peace Hope" In the' present war between Italy and Turkey thelatter coun try has been able to turn nowhere for aid and comfort to end hos tilities except . the International Socialist bu...

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. — 29 December 1911

REFORMERS OFFER HOMES TO FALLEN WOMEN, BUT THE DON'T GO FAR ENOUGH "Kansas City, Dec. 27 Ac companied, by police, a committee of women religious workers, visit ed divds in one of the two "red light" district of this city in an effort to pursuade the inmates to take a fresh start in life-with the New Year. ' To each inmate was offered a respectable home' -and a position in which she could earn an hon est living. A home, to be con ducted as an ordinary hoarding house, its address to "be keptjse cret, will be provided for those women who determine to acqept the offer." News Item. More power to Men and Relig ious Forward Movement, or any other reform body of Kansas City or elsewhere, engaged in similar work BUT: While uplift work of anv kind is to be commended, isn't it possi ble that the well-meaning refor mers in their enthusiasm are get ting the cart before the horse? , Would a workman be deemed competent who undertook a jpb he didn't know the first thing about ? Indeed he wouldn'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. — 29 December 1911

PPPV9VIPPMPVVWPPPPWPVPPOTIPIPP to be the reward of sin,s is it any wonder that luxurious evil ap pears less hateful than empty handed virtue? - Compel the payment of a living wage to female workers, reduce the hdurs of labor to a reasonable 8 hours or less, and treat reduc tion of virtue in any form as mur der, and the slumming: stunts of purity leagueswjll become un-i necessary and a less fashionable recreation than they now sejem 'to be. Start in at the right end. Don't hunt the hunted, but put the woman-hunter out of business. At least give the woman who wants to be virtuous an opportunity to live without'becoming the prey of beasts in the guise of men. ' More good will be done by sav ing girls before they are driven to the slums than by catching them ahd dragging them out af ter they are in. HISTORY OF STREET 'RAILWAY DEVELOPMENT IN CHICAGO, AND THE SUBWAY SITUATION The subway question makes "Chicago street car history of timely inte'rest to the people. ( March 4 1856, is the da...

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. — 29 December 1911

the iron superstructure for its elevated road. The World's Fair made;the enterprise a gold mine tp its creators. The motive power -consisted of 28-ton steam locomotives. The idea took so well that the Lake Street "L" was brought into being with a similar equipment. The third rail pioneer was the Metropolitan; and this system was so satisfactory from every angle that the other "L" roads swapped their dinky engines for the third rail scheme. From the mule to the third rail, each new traction move was made to meet new conditions and spelled progress. In traction matters the people's needs should be considered. To sa"y a subway is needed, admits that present facilities are not what they ought to be. But has anything been done to bring them up to their highest state of efficiency? If not, why not? Would the burdensome expense of a Subway be worth what such a service would offer? These and other questions occur to the public, and ought to be answered so that the people might get a workabl...

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. — 29 December 1911

INTERESTING BjTS OF LOCAL NEWS Helen Sacramento, 2, 1070Z Torrence ave., died last night after being scalded in bathtub. Charles B. Morrow,H545 Mich igan ave., found dead on his back porch yesterday, was declared by a coroner's jury to have com mitted suicide while despondent over failure to interest capital in his inventions. Louise Vermilya, lying in her bed at the county jail) yes'terday pleaded not guilty of the murder of Policeman. Arthur Bissonette. She was too ill to be moved, so Judge Kersten held court at her bedside. Miss Florence Monahan, 17; Miss Verna Kelly, 22; Stanley Furbach, 20, and GeorgeWorth, 22, were injured yesterday when auto in which they were riding was Struck by Kedzie ave. car at Douglas blvd. Auto wrecked and car smashed. Because the, paper wouldn't look right without mention of Violet Buehjer, we print her name. She has been reported in several places, fr,om Kansas City to Cleveland. t Daniel O'Connell, 73,. and Richard T. Wallace, lawyers, pulled off a ...

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. — 29 December 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm tried to smother her. with a pil low. Released on bonds after conferen.ee with his wife. ' Bernard Matlage, laborer, 4732 S. Bishop street, found dead on tracjes of Chicago Junction R. R., 45th and Loomis streets.' His legs were cut off and his body mangled. Capt Barney Baer, retained on the fqree by Mayor Harrison after the civil service investiga tion, but ordered transferred, will probably be assigned to an out lying station this evening. Mayor Harrison continues to receive protests, against the New Year's eve revel, but the corks will pop just the same. Y. M. C. A. has purchased lots at 818-832 S. Wabash ave., pre liminary to the.erection of a hotel for young, men. WANTS CONVICTIONS; I. C. OFFERS REWARD The serving of subpoenas on .the leaders and members of strik ing unions to appear in Danville next week, when arguments will be heard on the temporary in junction issued against the strik ers Oct. 3, and the offer of $1, 1 000 reward by official...

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. — 29 December 1911

mmmBmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi v PACKERS PLEA OF-"NOT GUILTY" IS HUMOROUS There is something almost hu morous in the pleas of not guilty to criminal restraint of trade en tered by those innocent babes of industry the packers. Yesterday afternoon, -thirteen contracts handed in as evidence by the packers' own attorney by which the indicted innocents bought out thirteen, annoying competitors were read to the jury. Each and everyone of these contracts stipulated that the in terests bought should not engage in the packing industry for 15 years. These contracts, with their con venient little stipulation, dre still in force, and will be until March, 1918. Not -being lawyers, and not be ing conversant- with the some hundreds of thousands of -fool de cisions Tiy courts of appeal which doubtless have bearing on the matter, we cannot say whether or not the contracts read yesterday afternoon are "legal" proof of the guilt of the packers. We don't suppose they are. We s.uppose, for one1 thing, that the sta...

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. — 29 December 1911

I' WRIGHT nOMRTNATTOM TO HOLD CONFERENCE Spring Green, Wis., Dec. 29. Frank Lloyd Wright and his soul mate, Mamah Borthwick, divorc ed wife of Edwin Cheney, will mbveifrom their "bliss bungalow" some time between now and New Y,ear'sl and on that day, Wright said this morning, he expects to give out a statement to the press, signed by his abandoned wife, Edwin Cheney, his "spiritual companion" and himself. This document, he says, will re lease him and the woman to lead lives of their own choosing, and forever satisfy the claims of their relatives upon them. In effect, the abandoned husband and wife will sign "quitclaims." The conference which is ex pected to end all family existence tor the parties concerned will be held in the Oak Park home of Wright. You re a fine bunch of dubs, was Wright's greeting today to the group of newspaper men who kept watch at his snowbound bungalow on the hills overlooking the Wisconsin river. Wright then delivered a long tirade against the newspapers, w...

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. — 29 December 1911

wmmmmmmmwmmm b 9 quick luncheon dish is egg tim bales, for which small tin molds are buttered and dusted with powdered parsely. This done, an egg is broken into each one. The tins are then put in shallow pan o BOY WHISPERED "FIRE!" of K?t waterto cook'Jn pyep; for about ten minutes. To serve they are turned out on a round plat ter and a sauce, consisting of thickened cream with chopped mushrooms stirred ihtp.it. A HERO, AND BECAME SAVING MANY LIVES - McCallan whispered arid be came" a hero, for" ' he 'probably saved, scores of lives. He's just a little red-headed7 freckle-faced, blue-eyed, 10-year-old poor boy. Christmas festivities were at their height among the 300 pupils in School 107. Willie noticed smoke and a red 'glare as he 'passed through a-corridor. He scooted back to his classroom. "Teacher, he whispered to Miss Elizabeth1 Cjjsson, "I seen a fire in room 207. Honest, it's a real fire. Better ring the alarm quick and I'll hustle and help get the crippled kids out." Willie ...

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. — 29 December 1911

wmmfmrnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm y"- ifcHINSSPSSf'X REAL, ,REPtJBLIC-rDR. SUN yAT . -ELECTED -THE FIRST PRESIDENT SEN ; ' ShanghaiDec. 29.-A dream of 20 years has come'true. The Republic of-China is,an acr' ;tualfact. And the man who first dreamed the dream, and who. was called a- -madman, nas become tne nrst President of the Republic of , China.' " 'Eanly-today,' the provisional military assembly, of the revolu tion was called together at Nan- ikin . . I " . c , The Republic was declared, .without revocation. .Dr. Sun Yat Sen, who for years twas known as the "Crazy doctor" becaus'e, he "dared to .dream of a Jdaywhen China would ' be free, Jwas electe'd President. - - Seventeen of the eighteen dele gates voted for Dr. Sun ori the first ballot." On the next, the dis senting vote was changed, and Dr. Sun became President. - Dr. Sun was notified of his elec tion by wire. " He answered as 'follows': "I consider it my duty to ac 'cept the Presidency. My policy will be to obtain peaceand a sila-'...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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