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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 10 January 1912

"pQPVes i&yi&QTpfr--' WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO TODAY Illinois state board of health is investigating charge that Ottoman Zar Adusht Hanish, high priest of the Sun Worshipers, is practicing medicirie without a Jicehse. Robbers "threw .brick through window of jewelry store at 194 N. State and escaped with $300 worth of booty. The Evening American says police have information that Violet Buehler was poisoned in a lonely hut and her body was buried in a dump heap near the Lawrence ave. bridge over the north branch of the Chicago river. We refuse to print any more news of Violet until she comes to us personally and says she is NOT dead or IS dead. Witnesses testifying in favor of Inspector Wheeler and dhis 4 South Side aids, said they had been offered money by W. E. Todd, negro civil service investigator, to "frame up" stories against police officials. Defense in preliminary hearing of Mrs. Rene B. Morrow, accused by police of murdering her husband, begun this aft...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 10 January 1912

w ' 6" u , i . cart was 'struck by street car at Fulton and Curtis. Grievance cornmittee of Chicago Bar Association dismissed complaint filed against Clarence Darrow, D. K. Tone, Henry Ashton and Edgar A. Bancroft by Maxwell Edgar, accusing them of unprofessional conduct in attempting to compromise tax fight between Tax Reform League and International Harvester Co. Negotiations for purchase of 160 acres of land in Austin for creation of park and playground authorized "by west park commissioners. Peter Himmick knocked down and trampled b)' team of horses in front of his home, 232 Beethoven place. Hospital. Agent of apartment building at 3415 Vernon ave., "fired" J. Tharp, janitor, two days ago. Tharp has been the only "fire" in the building since. Tharp and his 250-pound wife resisted efforts to force them to move. Tenants shivering. Police appealed to. John Norengen under arrest at Englewood station. Police say he "answers description of man who has annoyed women in that section. Pr...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 10 January 1912

$0iWVm0ty)lftiF' fired. two shots into his body yesterday when his wife refused a reconciliation. Shooting occurred at wife's home, 2249 W. Madison. Wilber died last night Frank Linder, printer, shot himself in the head in his room at 44 S. State street last night. Died. Pat Crowe, 54 W. Superior, taken to county hospital, suffering from exposure. You simply can't keep Pat out of the papers. Casimir Lerschert, 1221 S.Union, died at county hospital yesterday from burns received Monday when his clothing caught fire. William Murray, sewing machine'agent, fined $10 and costs in Sheffield avenue court for leaving Tiis horse in the cold four hours without a blanket. Ida Johnson, 210 Wells street, held to grand jury for attempting to kill Oscar Carlson Dec. 14, after he had refused to marry her. Fired five shots at him, one striking him in head. J. A. Smith, 2315 W. Washington blvd., put under peace bond because of his efforts to collect money on loan from Mrs. Ida Meyers, a widow. He atte...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 10 January 1912

SSrmfW' Pp t!" W; w . ARE WINNING DANCING FAVORFROM THE SPRITES, " OF THE VESTERTIDE . I New Yorkrjan.10. Two new dancers are this winter weaning New Yorkers-away from their affection for Pavlowa, Rtith St. Denis, Gertrude Hoftman and other idolsof yesterday. Victor Romer, 19, a San Fran- k7 flll Miss Violet Romer. cisco girl, who never had a dancing master, and scored an immense hit last year when she appeared in London, is repeating her success as the dancing girl in "Kismet." Her dances are all of iier own creation- Mile. Katrina Gelfzer with the Russian troupe at the Metropolitan, is regarded by the critics as' even greater than Pavlowa. Added to her wonderful grace and personal charm is the ability to express nearly every human emotion. OBSERVATIONS Envious eyes are on the tramp plutocrat these days, lhey can spend the cold spell-in Florida. Mary had a little cat, 'Twas white and black and yellow; And pretty Mary loved it so She never had a fellow. Opportunity knocks at no door...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

wr' vl &$&!$i&$ THE DAY BOOK 500 SO. PEORIA ST. 398 TEL. MONROE 353 Vol. 1, No. 91 Chicago, Thursday, Jan. 11, 1912 One Cent CARNEGIE, CORNERED, ADMITS STEEL TRUSt HAS CRUSHED ALL ENTERPRISE "When I Was a Boy" Tales Sharply Interrupted Ironmaster Says "Price-Fixing" Trusts 'Have Ended Competition, and Halted Improvements. Washington, Jan. , 11. -j-' Andrew Carnegie today, admitted to the Stanley committee that the steel industry is dominated by the Morgan Steel Trust, andthat the day of .competition, has passed. The shrewd little Scotchman was cornered only after a merry bfecame jncensed. at the dance Carnegie was leading him and the other members of the committee, and coldly, outspokenly,, charged the idonmaster with evasion. Even after ,that Carnegie tried his old',ta'ctics, but'not'before this much ,had been brought out by .. v ,- WHAT BROUGHT CARNEGIE .DOWN TO CASES Representative Gardner: Mr. Carpegie, for 5two -days you have been here on the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

'down and agree to -fixed prices ,and maintain them. This is obvi- - ous." "How can this, condition be remedied?" Here again Carnegie began to "stray into t he amazing fields of his memory. Finally he answered government regulation on the same principle as now in operation in regard to railroads, i Then he wandered once more. He produced a long typewritten statement, and began to read it, and not the most strenuous efforts of the committee could stop him. It dealt with how Andy would run the government if he ere the government. Stanley asked the "Little Father of the Steel Business" if he did not believe that men who violate the laws the regulations of business should be sent to jail. Carnegie said that punishment as a warning to others" doubtless was a good "legal argument", but that he did not think that morally a man's conscience was clouded who could .say: "I have done no wrong knowingly." Then he mad ean eloquent speech pleading for clemency for the "ignorant manufacturers." It...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

WJr talked about "triumphant democ racy," and he thumped thetable ana turned his back on the committee and addressed 'the gallery. "The. man that owns the land he tlils is a real man," he finished. Then he refused to "criticize his successors in business"; in other words, he refused to have anything- to say about the methods of the Morgan Steel Trust. Then came Gardner's cold accusation of evasion, and demand for direct answers. Carnegie turned his "back on Gardner and spoke to Judge J. A. Redi. "See here, Mr. Carnegie," shouted Gardner, "Judge Reid can't answer that question for you." A spirited argument ensued. At the close of it, Carnegie remarked to Gardner: "If you were in my position,' and I in yours " "Well, I'm not," snapped Gardner. "I'm examining you, and you are on the witness stand." Carnegie sighed. "I know it," he said. "I wistf our positions were reversed." o- 'HUMAN ADDING MACHINE'S" MEMORY PAILS HIM ON STAND; HENR'Y F. MOYER CAN'T REMEMBER The testimony of Henry F. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

.-uuiimiii imiffwf hi materials. ' - , These are regarded as "waste" and v sold to the Kenwood and 'Aetna companies at "waste" prices, for transformation into leather, oleomargine, etc Thus, the packers' books show that they make practically no profit on meat, while the books of the Kenwood and'Aetna companies show a profit through these concerns t)f over 1,000 per cent on the "waste" by-products. During 22v years, despite improved machinery and the larger business done, the cost of slaughtering cattle has risen from $1 to $2.75 a head. The packers dcrthe slaughtering themselves, and thus the cost is merely a book charge. In other words, that increased cost is used to show that the packers are not making big profits on the sale pfmeat. When asked how he would do if. he wanted to find out the name of his office assistant, Moyer rjsaid: "I should ask the information bureau at our office." ,After District Attorney Wilker&on had pinned Moyer down to specific questions in reg...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

m' OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE r La Crosse, Wis. .26 below. Br-r-r! "Uncle Billy" Redmond, Oakhurst,' N. J., celebrating his 102nd birthday, says way to longevity lies in moral habits, outdoor exercise andr plenty 'conversation. Why 'the conversation? -Fred W. Noble, and Mrs. Louise'hal-a-dozen-names Suydam, jrl, wjhose hubby was so careless as-to divorce her because she eloped with Noble, were'married at N. Y. Massachusetts ice dealers great jokers. Advanced price ot ice because it's so cold they can't harvest it. Two weeks- ago, they raised prices because it was so hot, they couldn't cut the ice. Gee, both ways! Coming and going! Mrs. Wm. Girling, White Plains, N. Y., journeyed 22 miles alone to deliver Uncle Sam's mail when her husband, the postman, became too ill to do so Don Jaime, second son'of King Alfonso, to be placed in Swiss sanitarium for treatment. Persian government offers deposed Shah, Mohammed AH Mirzah, annual pension of $80,000 on condition he gets out of Pers...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

mwgiy & sas City, sentenced S. A. Brainerd to the pen. Then suspended sentence until Brainerd earns enough money to care for wife and children. Minneapolis, 7 below. Boston papers running open columns to readers fot discussion of whether or not Richeson should die. Majority say that he should. Official call for joint conference of coal miners and operators throughout coal regions of U. S. issued at Indianapolis to consider wage scale. 400,000 miners affected. Los Angeles sheriff asks Board of Supervisors to buy his aeroplane for use in man hunts. J. Pierp Morgan left Paris for London today. Pierp. doesn't care where he goes so long as he qan't be subpoenaed to appear before the Stanley committee. "J, M. McCord, Louisville, Ky., who one month ago asked the authorities to permit him to slay wife, children and self because he could not get work and was given work in tailroad yards, was crushed to death between two trains today. The net message of President Taft to Congress ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

IH$ knowstpfand possibly 11. How long did Mrs. Teachout stick to a hubby anyhow? Mrs. Johanna McDonough and woman friend visiting her burned to death in fire that destroyed McDonough home in Bronx, New York. More arrests to be made in Albion National Bank, Albion, Mich., case. Thefts of H. M. Dearing, cashier, now $300,000. Emma Devill, 17, and Arthur Jordan, 24-, New Orleans, disappeared on eve of wedding, Nov. 1.4. Relatives have not heard of them since. Think Emma's name had anything to do with it? What ci'you care about the weather? v It's 50 below in Manitoba. "I positively refuse to discuss Democratic presidential timber." 1 Bryan. "I have nothing to say about politics, except that I have nothing to say." Roosevelt. Aw, let's put 'em together on a desert island without wireless communication ! "So far as I know, Mr. Hines did not know what precinct he lived in". Lorimer to investigation committee bearing his honored name. What's a mere matter of precincts to a man who can "put...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

gBgWTF' M . V, " - in5- wn-r Z?F' - sz ft. ,- . , ' REPRINTED BY REQUEST ' A reminder of -last summer whenit was warm. o o , HANG ON TO YOUR GIFT BOOKS FOR DEAR LIFE .Baltimore, Md., Jan. 11. If Leo D. Weller hadn't thought so mucn ot nis-nnsi- a "mas presena nice0" edged, Morocco- -- j bound; bopk, title r unknown, nemigni be"a dead one today. Ruf Via liWH if and to' read .its precious p contents' between JIpIjKtS'' .c8Y$rjft work,' he carried it about vwitH him: A young man giving' his revot-'; ver its1 early morning exercise allowed a bullet to drift towards Wellerl With such a velocity did it drift that it was all the gift book could do -to stop it. As it I was, the 'bjillet grazed tHe skin above Weller s heart, after having gone, through the book from the fjrsbto ,the last chapter and "rsK. 3JS' "I$uM r i ijtafc&, JjJiiliJHriJ,tfliituu r'nirHthniirfcaa'''ifci iim MjoAwyJ

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm . -titigiilfci HOW ANPV DIDN'T ANSWER QUESTIONS' 'Little-Father of the Steel Business" Eighth Wonder 'of the World When It Comes to Giving Testimony. ' Andy. Carnegie, "Little Father of the Steel Business", gave one of the finest exhibitions on "howto avoid answering pertinent questions at yesterday's session of the I Stanley Investigation Committee; that ever a court of inquiry has had the misfortune to listen to. Andy was falsely supposed to be a witness. A witness commonly is supposed to be one -who gives information. If that definition is correct, Andy's a poor witness. ' He talked. He told yarns about himself. He kepVthe gallery in a roar of laughter. He read the committee a long statement which told just how, in Andy Y opinion, the government ought to control, the trusts. He. rebuked the committee for asking questions he didn't want to answer. He offered Chairman Stanley a library. But when it came to information about the intricate ways of the stee...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

xmr''!lfyft w ' -!Asior the $430,000,000. That was made up of $250,000,000 for the plant; $70,000,000 for the Prick Coal and Coke company, and $100,000,000 for-r-improve-ments." Asked' if he ever had knowledge of the "pools" and price fix is artificial 1" -, "Well, what of it?" retorted Dubbleigh. "If the world admires ? . ing agreements his company entered into : "I never knew anything about them. I knew that some people in the business entered into pools, and I supposed my younger part- ' ners were doing whatever was necessary." In answer to suggestion that such pools were in violation of the Sherman law: "Oh, I never, thought about that. That was all left to subordinates. I had no idea what was going on. "Anyway, I don't believe there ought to 'be any laws against pools and price fixing agreements not in regard to steel rails anyhow." Without wishing to butt in on the Stanley committee's work it really seems as if it might be a "godd idea to have Andy's ubiquitous, and seemingly ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

773$Pqftp; && A4MU MAYOR BAKER TO GIVE CLEVELAND -PEOPLE 3-CENT ELECTRICITY FROM $2,000,000 MUNICIPAL PLANT instructing mothers in the card and feeding of infants, saves many lives annually , , The 2,000-acre Warrensville farm colony, established during, Jdhnson's administration, by the present director of charities, Rev.. Harris R. Cooley, is .a part of the city's charity system. Improvements to cost $500,000 will be made there if the people ratify a bond issue proposed "by Cooley. Playgrounds, park and corner, lot baseball grounds, skating ponds, tennis courts, cricket fields, golf links, public bath hous7 es and bathing beaches by the" score, most of which were started by Johnson during his first term, will be improved and added to constantly. Legislation providing for municipal fish and flower markets is before council. One councilman proposes a chain of public laundries where the poor can launder' their clothing under sanitary conditions. Two already are...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

"MILLIONAIRE BRIDE" IS PEEVED BY DEPUTY - New York, Jan. 11. Mrs. Keith Donaldson paid no attention to a coi.t order that she settle a $612 taxicab bill. She went to Europe instead. But when she I V Vary. ) l Mrs. Keith Donaldson got back a deputy called at her hotel to arrest her for contempt. Then slie agreed to pay $50 a month on account. "Mrs. Donaldson inherited $1,000,000 in 1906 when she was 21 andwhen she married Keith Donaldson, a broker, the same year, was known as the "millionaire ibr-fde.- :r --- She obtained' a Reno'divorce In 1910 on charges of cruelty, desertion aru non-support. Here's her description of what followed the court order for her arrest: ' A perfectly nasty lawyer came to my apartment and he had-with him a horrid sheriff ttiTnk of it, a sheriff! They said they had an order for my arrest because I was fn contempt of court in something they said was a supplementary proceeding. I didn't know what that was, but it - was a perfectly horrid thing -for the lawyer...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

S5Sfp??SS5 ALL THE-JyTEIGHBORS.-MAKE THEIR'OWN BREAD THEN1 ' ONE WOMAN BAKES IT . Baking bread for Italian women at a penny a loaf, or two pennies, perhaps three, according to the .size is the way Signora Anita Arnqldi of Chicago makes money. There js'notHing modern about' community bake ovens. In Boston in colonial times our grandames had'-their beans stirred in six bakers and huhg out a sign; that she would bake bread. Every morning about 10 o'clock the baking begins and it keeps up all day long. Triangular, circular, oblong, fan-shape pillow-like, masses of 'dough sprinkled with'caraway seeds, afe tucked into the brick', oven, .roaring hot at the far enH-ofrthe dark 4' ? - -. ?. Ms ' J v vsJ c V jMJ 1 ' JVSj5 $BKWs v.i- yiAt -Jfj V.'P'iisTrt: Avsr y vSa Signora Anita Arnoldi and Her Bakery. a community pot and delivered at their doors every morning. In South Italy people have always had communistic things. Signora Arnoldi knew this as she looked for a "business chance in Chicago'...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

bles, kneading their dough, they are as happy as our grandmothers in the sewing circle. - Signora Arnoldi' bakery serves 'from 125'to 190 families a day. - She clears $.10 a day, for no housewife comes to he'r with less"T than three loaves, and often there are six, 'seven and ten. An average of siv loaves to each of 190 farnilies count over a thousand loavesp which, even at a cent a loaf, bring a steady profit. Every loaf of pani (the Italian Sv-ord "for bread) is numbered before ft goes into the oven. A bookkeeper writes numbers on small squares of papers thus: 24 "(6) meaning that the woman "whose number is 24 has six loaves 'ofbread inthe oven; a 'She "Sticks the numbers to the doughr and goes home to wait until her-bread is baked. Then she comes for it, or sends the children. A DEM. LEADER SNAPPED AT WASHINGTON 30-CENT EGG CLUB GOES ON STRIKE Cleveland, O., Jan. 11. Cleveland folks have forced ep nrices down by the simple expedient of strike, led by the 30-Cent Egg clubr whose m...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

iiiT '7K,r,,i' x STEALING THIRD LOOKS SO HARD THAT FEW - , RUNNERS ATTEMPT IT , , SBDS'SHBPHPW By Billy' Evans. One of - baseball's prettiest plays is the successful steal. It is the climax of a tattle of wits between the baserunner- on one side, the batteny and an infielder on the other. To steal second is common; swiping third is less frequent, while to stdal home is rare. George Moriarty, the Detroit third baseman, stole home five times -year, before last. . , "Morry" had to choose the instant the opposition was off guard.7 He had ' to get "the break" and be off as the pitcher wound-up,.reach top'speed quick ly and make a perfect fall-away slide. Moriarty and I discussed the faliure to steal third one day last , summer, when traveling from iWashington to Detroit. "I have wondered why , third isn't stolen oftener," said Moriarty. "I believe it is easier than to steal second. "Things in its favor are thatthe pitcher doesn't 'keep you nailed to the bag as when you're on first. "The ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

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