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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 30 December 1911

r- T .--, -- '-" 'If V THE DAY BOOK 509SOJ2EQRIA&T1 . 398 1 ' Ji-TEL. MONROE 353 Vol. 1, No. 81. Chicago, Saturday, Dec. 30, 1911 - One Ceiit HEARST: BROADLY ADVERTISES THE SHAE . . -; OF CHICAGO NEWSPAPERS, f ' Shows How' Much Advertising the Railroads Handed the Morning Newspapers in 1911 Boasts That TFie Examiner Has the Best Stand-in with -Railroad ' ".Presidents". -T . t , d? i ' ... . " o t -. , - - - The public is familiar with the vulgar boastings of Hearst in, his: papers', 4ri whichrhe advertises himself as 'the regulator of the universe, buf'it is seldom that-he frankly advertisesthis'shame'as . he did in this morning's Examiner. ., ' N Carried awaypossibly, by 'his Vast egotism,' and crazy to con vince the public that, The Examiner 'leads all rivals, Hearst publishes a big display advertisement on the "first -'page of The Examiner, ' 'boasting that "The Examiner! leads alL others in Railroad 'Adver tising," and proceeds to give the figures for 1911,-upto and includ '...

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. — 30 December 1911

the men who, Hearst says, are, the "highest paid, and the ablest captains of industry." The very figures Hearst quotes shows the "shrewdness" and "far-sightedness" of these captains of industry, for there wasn't any great difference aftenall in the amount'of advertising the various papers had handed to them. Evidently the shrewdSand far-sighted captains of industry paid no attention to circulation, for they gave Hearst only about 1 per cent more than ,they gave The Tribune and Record-Herald, and only about 6 per cent more than they gave the poor old Inter-Ocean, with nothing worth mentioning in the way of circulation. Now, the labor unions, the employes of the railroads," didn't give the papers any advertising at all, and when the I. C. strike started the newspapers not only suppressed the truth about that strike, but colored what stories they did print. But it was worse than refusingthe strikers a square deal the papers that suppressed or colored the news, defrauded, cheated and de...

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. — 30 December 1911

But af$er The Tribune' saw the error of its ways and threw-out the loan-shark advertising, the editorial department got busy dis Tnfectjng and fumigating itself. c - ,. Today, for example, it publishes an editorial jn which it wisely; and profoundly exclaims: C . - , vUThe, bloodsucking usurer is a shocking anachronism 'in this gpuntryf There is no shadow of. excuse "for these vampires who prey upon the weak, the sick, the ignorant, waiting tp fatten them selves when -accident or mistake'trips for instantL those who are traveling close to'the edge of misfortune. The loan-shark must go." All true, of course. .But it was just as true a year ago, or a month ago, when .The' Tribune was taking money from the loan shark for advertisements that were published in its columns in order to lure "the weak, the'sick, the ignorant" into the loan sharks denj so this "vampire" coujd "fatten" op his victims. It's a. good thing The Tribune has .reformed but how many other vampires is it still in busi...

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. — 30 December 1911

of nearly 25,000 barrels over last year. Wind beats speed urine race (S life. - FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT JUSTIFIES HIS LIFE WITH mAmah borthwick, in: signed STATEMENT Spring Green, Wis., Dec. 30. Laying bare the secret story, of his life and relations with Mamah Borthwick, divorced wife of Ed win Cheney, Frank LloydWright .today gave to the press what is perhaps one of the most remark able human documents ever made public. Wright, who is living with Mamah Borthwick in his'spirit uaf citadel'' here, says that the statement, which he signed, and. which he says was "drawn up with Mamah Borthwick's help, throws "the glare of publicity to the uttermost depths of his soul." Here is the statement in part: "I am tired. The woman is tired. We are living the life that! trutn dictates, uur nope is mat we may benefit humanity. Our determination is to be true to our ideals at any cost. "Here we are, four people a wife arid a man and a husband and a woman, who each assumed earlier in life the responsib...

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. — 30 December 1911

VHMISBMMMBH BggBCSSggag'Eai&tlM v J innocent and defenseless. ' ""To this place it was planned -.'the children of both might come Hnd find a 'room-and a welcome, and here the assistance necessary -.to carry on the architectural work- would be found. - '"The struggle' is to work and live, and' let live. Thus may be ewfitten" thedrama of this so-called bungalow, a" drama that is played now in countless cases be- k ihind -the' curtain. u "And' the most will find 'in it the triumph-o'f selfishness! Yet perhaps the truth, ultimately reached, will be found to be not much more than the selfishness of nature, when the word selfishness is stripped of the meaning under which Christianity has misused it' "And now that we have worn our hearts for daws J.0 peck,at, may not the matter be left to the privacy of those whose concern it chiefly is. "Let the dead past bury its dead." HOW AND WHEN THE SUBWAY QUESTION STARTED AND WHAT INVESTIGATION DISCLOSED portation, and that said commit tee be di...

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. — 30 December 1911

the result of the investigation be transmitted to the committee as soon as completed, to the end that a plan for the construction of Sub-ways may be formulated and referred to the .city council for its determination. "It is desired that your inves tigations cover the district lying between Twelfth street and Chi cago' avenue, and between Lake Michigan and Halsted street, and that it comprehend, amongst other things, a complete analysis andexposition, with maps, charts and explanatory data, of all oc cupancy, both public and private, of sub-pavement space. "An examination within said district of the existing water and sewer systems, provision for the maintenance of their service dur ing the construction of sub-ways, and determinations of the addi tions and changes, which must be made in these systems to provide for the requirements of the future, taking into consideration the change and character of the buildings and the density and variation of population. "An investigation into 'hi...

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. — 30 December 1911

ps SSSSssSfsmmmmmm && 'they may -see the public interest t in this question, and know, then, whether the newspapers and1 the city administration are serving private or public interests. , He Couldn't Do it ' "Did you get on your , knees Iwhen'you proposed-?" VNo; the girl I proposed to was (using them!" Answers, London.' o- WHAT HAPPENED.! CHICAGO TODAY Tw,enty-four hours from.mid nighVtonight the bells will begin to toll the year 1912 Reserved your-table yet? Well, you can get your foot on the rail, anyhow. Mrs. .Royal C. Curtis, 1719 North Park ave., is suing Mrs. Delia C. Matthews for $30,000 for alienation of her husband's affec tions. "A handsome husbandls a bad investment," says Mrs. Cur tis. . i Mayor Harrison has , set. Feb. 1 as time limit for report of har bor and subway committee on valuation of "L" .railroad prop erties. - Policeman Charles E. Jackson, Chicago, ave. station, threatened with death "because of his activity in making arrests in Italian col ony. Jack...

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. — 30 December 1911

vision and Noble sts. , - Miss Irene Constable, South Halsted St., slipped on icy pave ment and was run over and killed "by Commonwealth Edison Co. auto truck. Pearl and Mary Burick,' 5 and 9 years oldt 8714 Houston ave., J arrested, charged with, picking purses from women's handbags. Police say they found several purses under bed in children's home. Mother denied all knowl edge of thefts. Father out of work recently. Harry M. Waterfall, ticket scalper, alleged to be insolvent by stockholder in company. Two pe titions filed against him. Mis management charged. One peti tion says Waterfall-has collected money for New Year's eve per--fofmances, vbut- haan't secured tickets. letter received by father of Lillian Malm, 857 Wiley ave.; missing since Wednesday, in -which -she says she is being held captive in- and mistreated. No address-given.- Miss Edith Moore, who was to' Jiave been-married to Dr. Henry Suvzalfo, professor in Columbia university, today, is quarantined in the Highland Par...

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. — 30 December 1911

HOW WISCONSIN LOOKED AFTER ANNIE HOBBS MORAL WELFARE AND HEALTH , . By W. G. Shepherd. Staff. Correspondence. Madison, Wis., Dec. ,30. One evening when John Hobbs and his wife were sitting alone, she interrupted "his reading. "John," she said, "I'm worried about Annie. Almost every night A Bad View for Annie. she tells me about some awful sight she has seen from her win dow in 'the factory. ' There are bad houses near the factory and every day the girls have to pass them, going to and from work." John Hobbs scratched his head, worriedly. ''I'll 'see the alderman about that', the next time I meet him in the, barber shop," he said,- - The next Saturday night whfen he went down'to the barhersjop for his Sunday shave he met 'tie alderman of his ward and told him what Mrs. Hobbs had, saifi about Annie.' "I'm entitled to protection for my daughters," said. John Hpfybs "You're" right,' .said the alder man. "But I'ni afraid I can't get the police to close up those places." v v ; . C (In jus...

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. — 30 December 1911

Crownjiart 'of ,thejndustrial. com missTon; because it would put the health of the "girl's in "danger. Why couldn't w&-have a moral cesspool .removed ?" ,. .The nexV.article. will rtell, how Eete'r andr John Hobtfcs, jr., re ceived education, in thkiir trades from .he state without1, having their daily work interrupted. LITTLE IRRITATIONS OF LIFE - 1 Wlmwlw 1mim Wc flffl-"ujiiiJ iiiZjgLi. ..' ... (..- ;; .X . ' .(, Mu. :' ausy: WiKjfiiSSa'J J-j 4

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. — 30 December 1911

wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm MAYBE LAWYERS -WHO .TEACH TRUSTS HOW TO GET AWAY. WITH IT'WOULD LOOK FINE BEHIND BARS ' 1 "I would suggest,-therefore, an enactment by the-Congressof the United States that any attorney, J for that: cuiuibci ,or mt;re scrivener .wno aids, abets', orvadvises in any way the formation of a, trUst.br, com bination which. restricts,or tends .to 'restrict free and unlimited v competition, shall be deemed an accessory before the fact 'to such criminal combination the same as though he were 'a principal." Say, 'doesn't that just' tickle you tb death!. . . . ,. .' "' "V . Governor Marshall ;o'f Indiana said that; and Dad "says it's the first real thing" he's "ever "heard of Governor Marshall- saying, and that it makes-him. want to go right "up and take Governor Mar shall by the hand and shake." Of course Governor Marshall has'been i lawyer himself. Maybe that's why'hejieeded so many words and such long one's to get tbatthought out of. his," mind. But 'wtiat "he means is p...

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. — 30 December 1911

V and -"helong to fashionable cnurches.,-and reform, movements, and -keep drawing big money from the corporations and fool ing the people. Governor Marshall went on: "F began the practice of law when the lawyer stood beside the clergyman as, a molder of public opinion along right lines. I ob served him contending for peace, equity arid fair dealing among the people and for the enactment and enforcement of laws-to, preserve our liberties. His business was the business of advising the peo ple to do the right thing and of defending his .clients in courts He was not a penny-a-line scriv ener. ' "I haye lived to see the lawyer pass from his proud position and to see him supplanted by a cap tain;of industry and a colonel ctf finance: The lawyer has used his high prerogative- for base pur- poses.,' NHe has deteriorated in many instances to a mere bit of machinery attached to individual or corporate interests, using all his skill, acumen and knowledge to deceive the public andtake advantage...

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. — 30 December 1911

TO QUI?: PROSPECTIVE 'CANDIDATES AT FEAST Why do you -think you should be the republican candidate -for governor of Illjnois ? '- r. If you -'are'" nominated, -why should the people qf theitateof Illinois cast their ballots foryou? -What will bcydur policy, if you are elected? -1'. .If presen t'plaps are-carrie out, these jand. similar questions-"will tie asked the numerous seekers of -the republican nomination, for governor at a' banquet; to be given by "the 'Hamilton Club about the" middle of January. , Gov.. Deneen, States "Attorney. Wayman, Wajter Clyde Tones, Len Small, an&jany other avow ed candidates who may be in the field at the time will be invited to attend and define their platform. Gov.' Deneen ; and Wayman have already" been approached by representatives of the club, and 1 have signified their willingness to attend. Deneen said to a mem ber Qf the club that he, would make no definite 'announcement that he was after the nomination until Jan. 7; buUthe fact that he h...

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. — 30 December 1911

month's ago, of ttie proprietors of the once notorious Roti dance hall, 1920 Grand ave.,-for absolute supervision by the leagife, Mrs. Joseph T.-Bowen, president of the Juvenile Protective Association, is greatlyencouraged at the prog ress of the movebent. She said that supervision by her organiza tion would be a good beginning, and would likely eventually lead to municipal supervision. The Roti hall is now run under the direction of H. N. Hart; an in vestigator for the protective' association. have thrown aside sectarianism and united in a war against Mor monism. The basis of their fight will be the facts developed in.a special in- WOMAN'S, .REVELATIONS" BASIS OF A NEW UNITED WAR ONMORMONISM New York, Dee. 30. Church The objective is to bring about women of 'manv-denommations i. "uiuu iwinpi puivgiur ous iviormonism. Mr. and Mrs. Freece have just' returned to America. The open ing gun will be fired in New York Jan. 10 at a mass meeting spons ored by the Interdenominational: Council...

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. — 30 December 1911

Their fares are paid-to Utah by the Mormon church. When they get thereand find things different . theyhave no way of getting back. They are obliged to reconcile themselves1 with, the conditions. "The present conditions of polygamous marriage in. Utah are shameful. To avoid conflict with 'the law on marriage licenses are taken out ; there are no witnesses : of the marriage ; no record is put on the books. The woman does not change her name and children - born of this union take the moth er's name. "Young Mormon girls are taught that if they subniit to such " injustice God will reward them in the next world." WARLIKE PREPARATIONS FOR "PEACE" DINNER New York, Dec. 30. The "peace dinner" at the Waldorf tonight is going to be just as peaceful as can be. There are going to be 30 mem bers of the "strong arm" squad of the New York police, disguised afe gentlemen", in attendance in the dining room. The duties of the "strong arm" squad are to see to it that the din ner is peaceful, and to bou...

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. — 30 December 1911

VALUE OF IDEAS "I've got a quarter here, friend," observed a red nosed gent who stopped us on the street with this in formation, "and I'm goin' ter git a good dinner wid it" "Well," we temporized, "what's that to me?" "Jest this. I'm a-goin' ter git a good tabbel-dotey dinner wid this here two bits, an' I thought mebbe you could slip me a dime to git a drink so I could work upa good enuugh appetite to git me money's worfh?' He got? it, because it was a new stall. Cleve-' land Plain Dealer. o o v So Considerate of Him. "So you are a bill col lector?" 'Yes. Here is one " "Keep it, my boy, keep it. You seem to have a nice collection there. Far be it from me to break it up." Tit-Bits. s o o Unnecessary Repetition. Little Jean Elizabeth was being baptized. When the minister put the water on her forehead she said, loud enough for all the con gregation to hear: "My muzzer washed my face." Delineator. o o It's Standing. ''Your basement acems to be in fine order." 'Yes,' I believe I may trul...

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. — 30 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 18 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 30 December 1911

( o:HENRY VEEDER TELLS STORY. OF SECRET MEETINGS ' OF "P. O. BOX .247" IN COUNSELMAN BUILDING , ' Henry Veeder, son of Albert H. Veeder, took the stand late yes terday afternoon, 'at the trial of the millionaire packers. , The son of the man who plan- nedthe billion dollar combine ,'was secretary of the old "pool -of the.packqrs- that was disguised under the alias of "P. O. .Box This is the story of how that rpool was worked as Henry Vee der told-it in Judge 'Carpenter's ' court room yesterday. - 'Gustavus F. Swift, the father t of' the present generation of r Swifts, conceived the idea. i v He called a conference of the Armour, the Morris, the Cudahy 1 and the Hammond interests. They agreed to combine, and to hold weekly meetings, and 2 they appointed Henry Veeder their secretary and arbiter of all their differences. ''For them Veeder rented -the whole of the sixth floor 'of the Counselman building. Only one room of this floor, a large musty room in the rear, t sparsely furnished w...

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. — 30 December 1911

done by the other in the last "week. They saw whether or not any member of the pool had tried to cheat. There were bitter quarrels be tween the millionaire packers at some of these meetings. There were accusations of double deal ing, passed across the table with "bitter wrangling until far into the night , Once the feud became so 1 it ter that the pool was disbanded, and was out of existence for two years. After the last week's business had been discussed the packers settled by ballot , on the appor tionment of business for the com ing week. That, ballot decided just how much beef each concern could buy, how much it could sell in each city of the United States, and how much profit it could - make from the sales. Tuesday night, Henry Veeder mailed to the managers of the six. members of the combine, two re ports. The first was a resume of the last week's business of each con cern. It showed theprofit or loss of the last week's business of each concern, and it fixed the fines for viola...

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. — 30 December 1911

nThe examination of Veeder was only half way through when Judge Carpenter adjourned court until Tuesday morning for the New Year holidays. He will take the stand again Tuesday, and will tell more of those secret meetings in the musty room in the Counselman building. And he will tell, too, of the jealousies, the discards, the accusations of cheating and sharp practice that passed between the millionaires who sought to con trol the beef supply of the world from that room. NOVEL FLEECING STUNT New York, Dec 30. Eugene Keller has been married to his wife 75 times, and 75 preachers in and around New York city are out $750. The Kellers' scheme of making matrimony pay was to go to a preacher's house, pretending to be a young couple very anx ious to be married. After the cere mony Keller would hand the cler gyman a check for $20, receiving $10 in change. In 75 parsonages there are 75 bogus checks. "HAPPY" SAVES THREE FIREMEN'S LIVES New York, Dec 30. "Happy," a Dalmatian hound, saved the li...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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