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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

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Publication Title: Day Book, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

32ffCW,HfflP5KK?ESHH3S t SSiSW II Tee-wee l MUSCULAR SLOTH AND ' CONSTIPATION' I ByWj C. Cotton. ' There are many cases of chronic constitpation that are due to mere muscular sloth The victim lets his whole system ''sag," the contents" of his abdominal cavity in partjculan His abdominal muscles stretch and frow lax. In vulgar parlance, he becomes "pot' bellied." The cure for this kind .of constipation is exercise,- Get busy on 'sL course of physical culture. Especial cafe should 'be paid to Strengthening' the muscles of the -'abdomen. Thfs-is-done'by bend ing, combined' Jvith deep breath- ' 'ingsf-JTry touching :your toes I JwitfcTypur. fingers (without bend-, ing your knees) SO times a. day. At the same time breathe deeply c and slowly. THE FARCE PLAYED OUT The significance of the marvelous growth of the independent or non-partisan spirit in municipalities cannot be overestimated. The farce of conducting local elections on national issues is played out, and it is a mighty hopeful s...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

MUSCULAR SLOTH AND CONSTIPATION By W C. Cotton. ' There are many cases of chronic constitpatfon that are due to mere muscular sloth The vic- " tim lets his tyhole system ''sag," the contents' of his abdominal cavity In particular His abdom"inal1 muscles stretch and frow lax. In vulgar parlance, he becomes "pot bellieoV " The cure for this kind of constipation is exerciser- Get busy on . course o'f physical culture. Especial cafe should 'be paid to ' 'strengthening the muscles of the -'abdome'n. This is-doneljy bending, combined' jvith deep breath-ingj-vjTry touching -your toes I jwth'ypor. fingers (without bend-, ing your knees) SO times a. day. At the same time breathe deeply and slowly. THE FARCE PLAYED OUT The significance of" the marvelous growth of the independent or non-partisan spirit in municipalities cannot be overestimated. The farce, of conducting 'local elections on national issues is played out, and it is a mighty hopeful sign for the future that men everywhere are begi...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

THE DAILY SHORT STORY Their Anniversary. It was just four years since the Goitts had bought a brass fern dish, a picture of "The Hanging of the Crane," and set up housekeeping in their' five rooms and bath. But they were still keen for celebrating an anniversary when one hove in sight. The evening prio'r to the date, which he had carefully encircled in his note book, 'Goitt came home looking pleased with himself. He seemed to think he was pretty keen at resembling dates. "Now, tomorrow night," he began in a just-look-what-I boughtyou tone, "we're going to get married all over again. I've got tickets for a good show, and before we go to the show you're going .to meet me at the office in your very niftiest, galliest clothes. We'll have dinner together at one of the cafes." Of course, all this sounded pretty good to Mrs. Goitt. They salved -back and forth for some time, while they confided in each other what a fearfully punk time they had had all the earlier part of their lives, as com...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

mmmmmmrmmimwwm OMasaHinpwinr ? any difference if you'd known it would mean going home in an ambulance, you'd have taken it just the same. Because why? For the looks of things! That's all you women think about looks!" , Goitt was still making remarks of a general nature after they got seated, about the fool things women do.,. Mrs. poitt was getting more and more on the verge of becoming lachrymose. She was twisting at a foolish little wad of herhandkerchief, such as women will carry, and looking at the scene on the asbestos curtain. Then she began to dab 'at her eyes with the wad of a handkerchief. "I think you're just as m-ean as you c-an b-be," she blurted fdrth. "You wouldn't have talked that way fout years ago. You don't seem to, c-care a thing about my feelings any more and I wish sometimes I'd never married you." The situation was relieved some by the curtain going up. "flfelL well," reflected Goitt, "wouldn't it just make you quit drinking the way a well intentioned affair wil...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

4" w 3 " x & gto'Kff"!? ? '"NOBODY" By MEEK. Y0U WLL, HSK FOR YOUR I niinf ..... . ii ' nirnio, wi-j. tuu :.'. J W THE NAME OF Tflfr LAW I i say ST0P? I J i i ... rik '. NOBODY.!? TfP'-HF ft i i-w . m7 WHO SflYSSTOP?j Ot . . ttr . ir i if I0I '" ir ji' iiv. STUMBLING BLOCKS There are two great obstacles fo progress inelastic constitutions and usurping courts. c Except for civil war amendments the people have been unable to amend the federal constitution for over one hundred years Manx .state constiutjons are tied o o- equally tight. Courts have usurped power to veto the people's will. The existing irresponsible judicial oligarchy must end J. C. Harper. ChO Hens that lay 250 eggs a year "on the average," lay about 62 on the nest MgB.acr ? it ii-S.r. .-??$ J&iJ. . ;, ,- n. 1. JJJJJJJJJJJJJJJfl AAMAaatfifiiiBdiafaatf

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

EUW ywW ' '." iifi'fiipp'i'M'i' Wm WA MA1TWH0 CAN'T PL AY CAN'T WORK" IS THEORY UPON WHICH RICH RANCHER RUNS1 BUSINESS r David Monroe and some of the children and grandchildren who live with him on his big ranch in Washington stateT Spokane, Wash., Jan. 9. Scene Employment bureau. Characters: David Monroe, rancher; male applicants, clerks, etc' Enter David Monroe "Can any of you men play baseball?" Four applicants step forward. D.M. "Can any of you play any kind of musical instrument?" Two more applicants step forward. D. M. "Is there anything that anv left can do besides just wo'rk?" One applicant steps forward admitting that he plays hockey." D. M. "All right That's my car out there. Hop in." Exist David Monroe and seven applicants. That's the way David Monroe the scientific rancher of the Inland Empire, recruits his faTm hands' " Monroe owns one of themost eompletelx equipped farms fir the? Northwest, abouj; eight miles from Spokane. Some. of the finest stock in. the United State...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

iTs as his men. "A man who can't play can't work," says David Monroe. And if ever there was proof for theory or doctrine, the Monroe ranch is sure "it." In the comfortable den of the big house, the six husky sons, each m charge of a certain end of the ranch work, report every day to their dad. The reports are carefully recorded, down to the number of eggs and the number of quarts of milk. For system, a modern banking-firm has nothing on the Monroe ranch. And it all counts. David Monroe is a big'man. He has worked hard and he has played hard. But he is not such a big man that he hasn't time to cater to the whims of a score of happy, healthy grandchildren, sons and daughters of the six husky sons and the five robust daughters. o o i OUR PRECISE ARTIST 5HINE Ofc POLISH iMMtfMlieeasicZK9- ?c tli BflBfll separate: Ml gflHU For I VfflMskl- . LADIES milk Lifiirr W KT1WM M1 "Son shines in every room. MAY-'BE- PAPAL -LEGATE - ' TO'U.S. Mgr. Aversa. From Rome comes the report that Cardinal Fa...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

MoMta ' ' it 1 " AM That the San Francisco Bulletin is not afflicted with cbld feet in its exposure-of Hearst tactics to satisfy personal vengeance is amply proven by the second installment 5of its merciless attack which reacls in part: "Corroboration is multiplying in the columns of the Hearst papers of tKe Bulletin's announcement that District Attorney John D. Fredericks has allied himself with William Randolph Hearst in a carefully planned Conspiracy to circumvent the terms of the McNam'ara peace settlement and by spreading suspicion to discredit every labor leader of prominence in. the nation. "The Bulletin's exposure of this alliance clears up the mystery that has puzzled every newspaper worker and every other close observer who has followed the progress of events. In accounts for the fact that Fredericks has used the Los Angeles' Examiner as his mouthpiece exclusively and inveriably since the pleas of guilty were entered. It accounts for what no amount of meje newspaper enterp...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

mmssmammmsBmsBm V" CT7 w,vvr ' R this' statement. "Following its publication, correspondents for the Associated -Press, the United Press and a dozen out-of-town newspapers ispent all day Sunday in a breathless but futile search for Fredericks. They wanted to confirm the authenticity of the Examiner Jstory. It was almost unheard-of that a public prosecutor should 'discriminate in a case of worldwide importance against press associations, and give his statement 'to a comparatively small chain iof newspapers all owned by one 'man. "The correspondence could not "believe that he would do so. The Examiner story was suspected of -being a 'fake.' This explanation was offered time and again for similar instances of Hearst securing intimate confidential information from Fredericks. "The correspondents were told that Fredericks had gone to his ranch; that he was in seclusion and could not be seen until Monday. "And when the first editions of the Examiner .appeared on Sunday midnight it contain...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

"i" ?v&mtvmiH 'wmw jm gfrwwYJrfr r i' prjign! TT9wv-?m! w NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO Dr. Harry Elgin Webster, self- ton flyer from Chicago to St. Louis jumped track at Dellwood Park, near Joliet, last night. Passengers shaken and bruised. , Heating apparatus in Evanston "L" train burst, and women occupants forced to ride in "smoker." -All men stopped smoking. Hint to Lucy Page Gaston and the motormen who want smoking stopped. Let a woman stand on front platform of surface cars. Martin B. ("Skinny") Madden paid $382, amount he was behind in alimony to wife, into Judge Scanlan's court. Court had announced he would have sent Madden to jail except for representations that latter was seriously ilL Robert F. McDonald, arrested on complaint of wife, with whom he was walking on W. Monroe street. She said he was going, to desert her. Qn way to station McDonald stopped in bank and changed account of $1,292 from his name to his wife's. Amanda Brenker, second wife of Rev. Jo...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

mmmmmmmszzzi not serious. Davis arrested. Patrick Egan, 5302 S. Marshfield, died at hospital yesterday as result of falling in vat of boiling oil and grease at Sulzberger & Sons plant in stockyards. Dozen persons fled in panic to street in fire at 810 W. Washington, which spread to 812. Both rooming houses. No injuries. Fire in grocery of J. W. Wittershain, 746 N. Hardin ave.; owner, who lived above store, driven to street. John Ross and Matthew Campbell, negroes, arrested in their flat, 1327 S. State, after revolver battle with police. Samuel Ofiff, 11 W. 18th street, identified them as men who robbed his clothing store Jan. 7. John Wilson, 50 N. Oakley ave., arrested, charged with returning home drunk, beating his wife and threatening to burn the house. Raymond Burns, 1107 Richmond street, alleged auto thief, who escaped from police while being taken to county jail Dec. 17, has been brought back from Wichita, Kan. Forty horses have died from falling in the street durin...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

r - - - - ----- -r--r--T- -iTft trw-n yirrri iA hi aHfimn"fi tin l'ii "n"im" f"1 iprn ---h--T - . - - mitted theft, but said he needed the money. It was Judge Rooney who eagerly shook the paw of Jack Johnson last week when the latter appeared in court on behalf of his brother, charged with perjury, and assured the "smoke" that he could have anything he wanted in his (Roney's) court. Mrs. Helen Miller, 20, became real peeved because her husband couldn't get work. " So she tore up $45 in bills, according to testimony in court. Discharged. And it was real money, too. Two young men complained to John Rokolis, 439 Wells street, restaurant keeper, that they didn't like their meal, and wanted money back. "Nothing doing," said John. Both youths drew "revolvers, held him up and robbed cash register of .$3. Escaped. Ignatz Golis, 8732 Exchange ave., wanted to die last night. Nothing could stop him, "not by a durn sight," said Ignatz. Was put out of saloon at 1 a. m. Went to Calumet river to j...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

.story windows by firemen with scaling ladders. Frozen water pipes allowed the "fire to gain great headway before the firemen could get to work. The loss is estimated at $60,000. o o MARRIED MAN MURDERS o TEACHER SUICIDES Sylvester E. Adams, 717 S. Winchester ave., married, shot and killed Miss Edith Smith Young Wheaton, college graduate and teacher of the co-operation school near Wheaton, and then committed suicide, Wednesday afternoon, in the Wheaton school house. Adams' illicit love for Miss Smith, which she spurned because Adams was a married man, was the cause of the tragedy. Miss Smith had been acquainted with the Adams family for 5 years and often visited Mrs. Adams, with whom she was very friendly. The shooting occurred just after school had been dismissed and some scholars were still leaving the building and were witnesses to the tragedy. Adams entered the schoolroom and walked up and spoke to Miss Smith. He grabbed her by the wrist. She struggled. Then Adams shot her throu...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

12s Y25" ment of a Christmas gift received from the widow. In this- the school teacher sent Mrs. Adams her love, but did not mention Adams. This, said Mrs. 'Adams) was the first time the girl had hot spoken of the dead man. iSBSSSjjSfSBSS UNITED CHARITIES SOLICITING CONTRIBUTIONS SO THAT RELIEF WORK MAY CONTINUE Jts finances depleted by the unprecedented calls for aid from the poor and needy families, the JJnited Chanties has sent out a letter soliciting contributions to enable it to continue the work of "relief, the need of which is intensified by the continued zero weather. The remainder of the charitable o rganizations are in the same condition, and all declare that the present drain on their resources has never been equaled. Prompt responses, with donations ranging from a few cents to $5,000 have only partially stemmed the tide of want, and today - the United Charities needs money as bad as at the end of the'first few days of the cold spell. Money is beingvconvertad into fuel, f...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

8f vwwtagatysfl management of the Auditorium hotel for the placing of boxes for relief contributions in downtown hotels and cafes.. The charities "will probably adopt the suggestion and display the boxes. Health Commissioner Young ,today continued his crusade against, the freezing temperature ;in many street cars. It was declared that in many of them only a few degrees more heat was. registered than that of the outside air. ' Frequently complaints were made .of cars careening by street -corners and leaving patrons shivering in the cold. - A test of the o rdinance requiring the maintaining of a reasonable temperature in the cars will be heard Saturda) when the suit of the city against the Chicago City Railway Co., and Chicago Railways Co. comes up before Municipal Judge Blake. WOMAN GIVES OWN SEX A HARD WALLOP New York, Jan, 11. "The Talker," a new play by Marion "Fairfax (Mrs. Tully Marshall) has created a stir in New York. It is a' severe indictment of womankind New York women espe...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

!fSS?mfS wmmmmmmmmmmmm UMhjitef twgjgViftai " VAST FORTUNES MOVED FROM FIRE RUINS IN STEEL 'WAGONS UNDER HEAVY GUARD New York, Jan. 11. New (York's financial district became an armed camp today, while more than a hundred million dollar's was" moved from the fireswepT Equitable -district to places of safety. The vaults of the American The "dead line" is down and New York admits that, with all its security, it is afraid. In bygone years Police Inspector Tom Byrnes fixed Fulton street as the "dead line" below which no crook might .penetrate von Manhattan Island. With messenger boys and clerks wandering about in the narrow latjrynths wit hmillions in cash or securities, it would have been a thieves' paradise. The Equitable fire has kept the police and plain clothes men so "busy they haven't been able to watch the crooks. Brokers and bankers know '. this, and have put into service - hundreds of special policemen and private detectives to euard the messengers. 1 Exchange National banlc, a...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 January 1912

&m-wvi burying theva,ult sunder thoiir. sons of tons cof'debris.i 'T which; could onjy be removedby weelcs , of Tabor. The Walls on the Cedof ; street side of thre; Equitable had bulged five feet today. Workers are trying to clear away the ruins and reach the body of Batallion Chief Walsh, which is believed tD be buried on the fourth floor. qNeffort will be made for several days to secure the body of William Campeon, a special ..policeman, i.which is encasjfd iria 40-footJceberg in frori t of the bujlding. . , . ''fSaBway officials ( expressed grave fear that if the front waifs oftlie burned ''building collapse they wHl crtjsh 'through Broadway into the subway beneath. Fear also is felt that "Scaping gas may explode, and cause severe damage. Huridre'ds of gas pipes throughput , the. .building have been brblcen.' ARC TWW MSSAT)5H&B ? 'ccr21 ' THEN WHY X0 YOU TR6T AM "FUME. LINGER THE eXACT)ON5 OF A Cq6PJtP EXITCNCC IN A Buames office in -me 'OlRTY CITY Medalle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 12 January 1912

jwv&rf's? THE DAY BOOK 'ggfr398 500 SO. PEORIA ST.- TEL. MONROE 353 Vbb 1, No. 92 Chicago, Friday.Jan. 12, 1912 One Cent CARNEGI& LAUGHS AT SHERMAN LAW AS SOLUTION OF THE PROBLEM OF THE TRUSTS Washington, D. C, Jan. 12. Question by Rep. Sterling: Do you think the Dingley Tariff law had any effect on the price of steel Mr. Carnegie? Carnegie: The tariff could have"no effect. on the price of steel. Sterling: Doesn't the' steel industry need protection? Carnegie: No. America today makes more steel than all the rest of the wo'rld. You legislators needn't bother your head protecting the steel industry. It doesn't need any protection. Rep. Bartlett: Do you think the strong hand of the law must be invoked to prevent great corporations charging excessive prices, Mr. Carnegie? Carnegie: I do. You can't trust human nature. Any man is justified in "doing anything he can under the law. Rep. Gardner: Do you believe the dissolution of the Steel Trust would reduce the price...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 12 January 1912

Well bow down their necks for the stroke, because they are going to get itanyway. ' That seems to be the way the testimony of the "Little .Father of the Steel Business" figures up today. -o- BOOKS AND RECORDS OF BEEF BARONS DISAPPEAR MOST MYSTERIOUSLY AND CONVENIENTLY "Button, button, who's got the button?" Thta's about what today's session of the trial of the "beef barons, amounted to. By duces tecum proceedings taken last night, the government has forced the iproduction in court of day . books, journals, stock books, price memoranda and cost sheets from the vaults of Morris & Co. But strange to say, such books as were produced failed signally to give the government what information it desired. In fact, as- District Attorney Wilkerson commented today, -the packers seem to have done without bookkeeping on all vital points since the days of the grand jury investigation of 1905. They have kept cabalistic memoranda, totally ununderstandable to outsiders,, and indeed so pain...

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