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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 November 1911

Keep your Moot shut! A uqrtT-ee I SAreo- - . VBU.T y iuvi . .-V L U&K . ' fc - TABOO CARPETS By Dr. W. C. Cotton, M. D. Carpets have had their day. The carpet is the champion collector of dust and germs. To keep a carpet thoroughly sanitary it would ne necessary to wash it or steam it every week, or two and of course that cant be-done. So the best thing is to get rid of the carpet. If you have a" house wirh hardwood floors this' is easy. Simply rip up the carpet and substitute a few us few as possible tugs. And keep thcrugs clean. If you have an old fashioned house with a rough flour and can't afford a new floor Jay down a good quality of .linoleum and scatter a few ruga over that. See that the floor is thoroughly clean and dry before the linoleum is , laid then keep the linoleum and . the rugs scrupulously clean. Do not let war get under the lin- ' oleum) ' - 1 From a sanitary standpoint this 5 expedient does almost as well as a. hardwood floor. 1 Titian; the great pain...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmm r : 'TCHARBISON'GRAY OTIS - Behold.your work! t t J I, w '. ,. mJ !-,.. , For years ajtickyearsjyou .sowed the seeiUof social hate in Los rAjngeIes';Vyou have raisVd&lcrop' ofj 20,000 socialisfjvote-and more to come VvT'VU y . . f 'Tou drew clsinesjnadet of yourself and fellow-capitalists a separate caste;"by jt,he jsatriei xoken, you drove the humble imen of laDor : Oh, i and sold at thepric& of'.mer.e.UDsistence; 'you awolce thCsotKof labor, made ltfigntiqr its life. . t v - p You ttaught your Wjclass to Organize, that lab'ofriightbe k'ejit in subjection;! and you? thereby taught labor to organize at the poljs that capital might be kept in subjection. t ".. -Hardened by fat years, -grown arrogant by feeding upon pfop- by the deliberate dynamite of social jiate, you have pjooeMVpblitcal explosion, and theend is not yei " '' Write Today's Date With- Just ' " ' "Eight Pen Jabs: r S ' That's today"' ';.rYoir.wjll not be able to; again write' the d...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 13 November 1911

m fHEMYBOOK 500 SOf PEORIA ST.,' ' d398 TEL. MONROE 353 Chicago, Monday Nqvember; 13, 191 l.t - , yiCE.COMMISSiON RERPORT ON THE PROBLEM OF CHILD PROTECTION AND EDUCATION The Duty Society Opjes Where Children Are Surrounded by Immoral Influences and Dangers Why Somes Children Areonr the: Streets Whaf Can -Be Doneto Protect These Little Ones? In the mad rush'for wealth-by some, and a strenuous struggle for a living by others, the duty society owes to itself of protecting the children has been neglected.- - . , Only in recent 'years has anything of note been accomplished in the way of legislation regulating chilti labor; and wevcan thank organized labor -for-tHat. ' " ' While it is-'still possible, it is-becoming more-difficult for men to grind-up the soulsand bodies of .little children to make dollars for themselves. Where the'hloo'd and brain .and muscle of babies'are 'still turned into the industrial hopper, to come 'out in . automobiles) -French' gowns .and $150hats at the other e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 13 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmm fecblcd by luxurious idleness and ease, and the dissipations that come with most riches, should peter out; and the race be perpetuated by offspring of men and women who sweat for their food. All the same, we who are living now owe it to ourselves and those who come after, to conserve this greatest of all natural resources humanity itself. In its report on "The Social Evil," the Chicago Vice Commission has gone to the economic toot of the trouble, and has devoted much space to children. The following quotations on "Protection of Children" is from the Commission's report: - "PROTECTION OF CHILDREN We often forget that society owes much to the protection of children. Those of mature years can be left generally to guard themselves; but in the case of youth and ignorance, society mast take the part of the elder "brother, and in many cases, the patt of the father as an educator and guardian. "FROM ITS. STUDY OF EXISTING CONDITIONS IN CHICAGO THE COMMISSION FEELS THAT IF THER...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 13 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmm ALITY OF THE STREET, AND LEARN THEIR LANGUAGE AND WAYS OF LIFE. ALL OF THIS KNOWLEDGE, FAR BEYOND THEIR YEARS, RESULTS IN DEFIANCE ON THE PART OF THESE CHILDREN AGAINST PARENTAL WILL AND AUTHORITY. "That children should be kept off the streets at night by the police, and that parents should be impressed with the importance of the most strict'supervision of the child's recreational hours, are two matters of the greatest moment in the protection of the child. "The invesigation of the Commission shows that messengers and newsboys have an intimate knowledge of the ways of the underworld. Their moral sense is so blunted as to be absolutely blind to the degradation of women and the vile influence of vicious men. Thus early in life they become diseased both in body and soul, and grow up to enter upon a career of crime and lust. "Much good is "being accomplished by various philanthropic organizations, particularly the Juvenile Protective Association, in calling the public attent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 13 November 1911

Km9msmmgmmmmmmmm When the Commission refers to the children in "certain sections of the city" it means the poor sections, of course. For the authorities wont let vice go into business in the rich residential sections. So it is the children of the poor who are surrounded by these immoral influences. When BUSINESS grows up to a "restricted prostitute district" why, then, the restricted district has to move. And it moves into the district of the cheaper homes. That makes the "immoral surroundings." As for the messenger boys who "have anintimate knowledge of "the ways of the underworld," there's invariably a man at one end of the message that goes into or out of the underworld. Sometimes he's an influential citizen. It wasn't the hod carriers of Chicago who sent messenger boys to the Everleigh club. It wasn't day laborers who were shot or stabbed in .that resort. And it wont be the leading citizens who patronize the restricted districts who will throw that protection around the children...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 13 November 1911

.l ,v OUTBURSTS :.OF EVERETT TRUE P'SS'SiT- WATCH HE GET v,EVEREtTS GOAT.. wn m:ij'j NOW Tfltii'THIS WITH IT U , - .r, i. , SJ1 i ,ieeivp. There!s a boom in oldknen.;-It is found that some of the most in fluential workers in the world to-1 the latter age. day range from 60 to 94 John Bigelow of New York being, at MmmMimMtMmmMmmmmjm&Mtim

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 13 November 1911

mmmssmmmmmmmmmmmmmssmmmmmmm 1 H i i Kl t J REPORT OF EXPERTS PROVES LOUISE VERMILYA DID NOT TELL TRUTH ABOUT THE "PEPPER BOX" Coroner Hoffman today made an announcement that forms the strongest evidence yet unearthed against Louise Vermilya, accused poisoner of nine persons. He said that the experts who analyzed the contents of the arsenic pepper box had found it to -contain a certain amount of pepper mixed up with the arsenic. This is" in direct confutation of Mrs. Vermilya' s statement in regard to the box. One week ago last Saturday, ill and under police guard in her home at 415 East 29th street, asked one of her nurses to hand lier a certain pepper box. The nurse did so. Mrs. Vermilya liberally sprinkled the meal she was about to eat with the contents of the box. Immediately after eating, she became deathly sick. The doctor who examined her, v said she was suffering from arsenic poisoning. By heroic efforts the woma.n was dragged back from death's door, and the police then charg...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 13 November 1911

m ! Boysen was subjected to a rigid . cross-examination in regard to his connection with Mrs. Vermilya Saturday. He declared during that questioning that it was true that Mrs. Vermilya had named him as her affianced husband in an insurance policy in his favor. He declared that when he saw this policy, he wrote "crazy woman" in the ledger opposite to the entry. Boysen also "confirmed the story of Mrs. Vermilya's morbid love ofhandling dead bodies. He said that she frequented his morgue so much that she became a nuisance. The next body to be exhumed may be thatof Lillian Brinkamp, Mrs. Vermilya's step-daughter. She died January 21, 1906. The inquest over the body of Arthur Bissonette, the policeman whose sudden death it was that brought about the investigation that led to the arrest of Mrs. Vermilya, will be held Friday. In a cell near to Mrs. Vermilya, Jane Quinn, now directly charged with the murder of three husbands, is in a state of total collapse. Dr. J. M. Demay, Jackson, Mich.,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 13 November 1911

J- tSAS yzwowv'ao5.' Italian firing squad waiting for the officers' word to shoot to death the Arab seated on a log of wood near the well, enveloped ill the white sheet that serves as a cloak for the sons of the desert. t GEMS OF WISDOM ' ' ByOsgar and Adolph. " Ef a pretzel woult follow ids own bent id woult become dizzy. Votissina name? A hot vater bag iss still a hot vater bag e'f en yen der vater iss nod hot. Faces iss a photograph gallery's fordune. Der possum pretents to be dead, but limberber cheese gifes a' much better imitadion. ' ' , We shoult nod laugh ad a lion tamer who is 1 rait of Hiss vife. Iss nod der lion afrait of its vife, too? Dot artigle called a chest protegter iss a failure. Id des nod protegt anybody; from becoming chesty. - -rr m

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 13 November 1911

-' TELEGRAPH BRIEFS Capt. Harry R. Edwards, schooner May H., Annapolis, love"d ' Mary Harrison. Eloped with her twin, Betty. Mary in mourning. Capt. Harry trying to explain. Mrs. E. H. Harriman to "establish $40,000 a year school for study of business methods. Hope not her late husband's methods. Newspaper correspondents who reported Italian atrocities at Tripoli must have been insane or drunk.-1-according to Caneva and Giolitti. ' After crossing continent safely in aeroplane, C. P. Rogers is near death from fall while "showing off" .to crowds near Pasadena. Granite shaft in honor of 256 dead in Cherry Mine disaster unveiled at Bloomington today. But that doesn't bring the dead back to life, nor force mine operators to install safety devices. Mexican peons laboring under delusion Madero brought in golden age. Demanded all land be divided. Dispersed by soldiers. "Taft To Stay in Washington for a While." Headline in afternoon paper. Courier to ex-King Manual with news of royalist defe...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 13 November 1911

M jW m mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm lar thief of Peoria school funds, divided his "rott" with convicts at Joliet when he -was released. Wouldn't it have "been a brighter idea to return that money to the school funds, Newton? W. O. Brown set baitfor crawfish. Caught two devilfish. They also caught him. "Two Storms Meet on Atlantic Coast Today." Headline in morning paper. Hope they kill each other. Hattie Forsythe, former chorus girl, gave little dance aboard liner Amerika. Men enjoyed it, but captain is married and stopped it. Following acceptance of reorganization scheme of tobacco trust, it is noted that J. Pierp Morgan is optimistic Thought there was something wrong with that reorganization. Fred Foster, Pennsylvania wrestler, told wife confidentially that "other woman" had her beat forty ways. She'll get the divorce. David Carlson, D u 1 u t h, thoughtlessly fell into 13,000 volt ' switch of Great Northern Power company. Stopped three cars. Plunged city in darkness. Also David died. Mrs...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 13 November 1911

m field, Mass., says that Mr. Hyde part of his dual personality was uppermost when he slew Martha Blackstone. State says it will try Mr. Hyde part of him for murder in the first degree. rGov. Cole, S." C, says that rather than have stopped white men who lynched negro at Honea Path, S. C, for attack on girl, he would have resigned office and led mob. JudgV Wilson R: Cay, Seattle, offered John Murray, burglar, parole if he would marry, or get parrot, canary or dog to live for. John will go to the "pen." Fear Territorial Grabs in Chinese War. . Shanghai, Nov. 13. Rebels cook formal possession of Che Foo. today. Report that rebels haye renewed, attack on Nanking1, and that city is burning. Have offered $200,000 for; the head of Gen. Ghang Hsun, imperialist commander. - -. Much uneasiness felt over news that Russia is sending, Cossacks to Pekin in- anticipation 'of a disintegration of China. Revolutionists have been afraid from "the first of a foreign attempt to take advantage' of the co...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 13 November 1911

mmmm wmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm rn- iLi A WONDERFUL CAT TALE The latest scientific bunk on the cure for discontent was .unloaded on the Chicago Commercial club by a Dr. Herman .Schneider, of the University of Cincinnati. ,- "Just put a cat in a workshop and discontent among girls ends and production goes up," said the wise guy from Cincinnati. ' Then he told a cat tale about a certain piano factory where girls- were employed. He said the girls were discontented and constantly shifting to other occupations. Finally a big rnaltese cat was put in 'the room, and "solved the trouble completely." "The cat compelled rest periods" said Schneider, "for every now.and then it would jump into a girls lap and take her attention away from her work for a few moments. In this way it relieved the tension of high speed and permitted the elimination of the fatigue poisons at irregular but sufficient intervals When girls left this !firm and went elsewhere, where there was no cat, they quickly came back. P...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 13 November 1911

m MEN AND WOMEN AT SEA IN ELECTION FIGHT Los Angeles Faction Leaders, Male and Female, Say the Real Trouble Lies in the "Silent ,- Vote." Los Angeles, Cal., Nov. 15. With the most remarkable campaign in the history of. an American municipality at fever heat, the faction leaders, male and female, admitted they are at sea as to the result. While working tooth and nail to ensure the election oftheir Mayoralty candidates, they are fearful, and, as a result, 'personalities of the bitterest type are being indulged in. If rioting does not mar election day, December :5th, those directly in charge of the machinery will be surprised. The real trouble lies in the "Silent vote." This is enormous, more than one-half of the registration, 191,000 having bqen enrolled since the primaries, when "Job Harriman, Socialist-Labor union candidate, led George Alexander, the incumbent, by more than three thousand votes. Since the primaries nearly 100,000 new voters have been enrolled, 83,336 are women who w...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 13 November 1911

mBjmmmmimmmmmm iAl in changing horses in mid-stream especiallyv when I consider that one might get 'locoed.' It would be nothing short of folly to elect a Socialist mayor of Los Angeles, esecially at a time the city is about to spend millions in improvements. The Progressive iWomen's League, will see to it Alexander is continued in office." HORSE STOLEN RETURNS WITH PLUNDER Taken From Barn Unharnessed Comes Back With full Outfit and Ice Wagon. Charles Stanberg, 2312 N. Maplewood ave., lays claim to having the smartest horse in the city, and he has evidence, in the shape of a brand new wagon to prove it. Last Thursday morning, "Barney," the equine wonder, was stolen from Stanberg's stable, harnessless. An exprss wagon in thebarn was not touched And yesterday morning -Barney returned home, dragging behind him a shiny ice wagon, and all decked out in a new harness. There was a rattling and a stamping- at the stable door, accompanied by an appealing -whinney, which Stanberg recognized a...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 13 November 1911

CYNTHIA GREY'S DAILY CORRESPONDENCE. Will panel skirts and sailor 'collars be worn this fall? (2) Is silver gray becoming to a girl with brown hair and eyes ? Curly Locks. A. (1) Yes. (2)- If the complexion is clear. I (1) What will cure blushes? '"(2) What will make the skin fair? (3) How should a girl of 13 wear her hair, and how long should her dresses be? (4) How should a party dress be made for a girl of 13? And what should the color be when her eyes are blue' and her hair .light? (5) Should a girl speak to a young' man she does not know if he speaks to her first? (6) What is the meaning of affinity? (7) How should I be gin' a letter to a young man T have only met? Ethelyn. A. (1) Blushing is an indication of modesty and should' be encouraged. (2) Nothing, , if it is not naturally fair. (3) Hair parted, rolled, and braided. Tied with large ribbon bow to match the dress. Skirts just below the knees, or a little longer if the girl is large for her age. (4) A very simple one-piece...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 13 November 1911

t A HEROItfElNHOMESPUN She is not fair to outward view As maidens be; And yet a more enticing sight I never hope to see ' Than when for my unworthy sake She tickles up the buckwheat cake. She is not blithe as a gazelle That chortles down the vale She cannot turn the night to song ? L,ike some sweet nightin- - gale But you should see her countenance !(f.s she s6ws buttons on my pants. "T WHEN'SOEDIERS T)F TORTI NOttJ 2or lA tiAf CHCHNE &ER CHINESE -RESEUJ, 4DOU DEY 3H0ULT "PROFITE U5 MIT MM3. r - 33&Y Mr FIRST-CLASS "RIFt.es. 3PY HAr FIRST-CLASS " X "RiFt.es. &T$f? C SO DO I. Let poets sing of maidens rare Who shimmer in the dawn, Whose eyes are like the stars above, When all the clouds are gone But I will put my life in hock For one plain dame that darns my sock. Dont' skim the milk of human kindness. Death by prevention of sleep is a legal form of punishment in China. "The waves dash ovr her!" cried the orator. "Her sails are split! Her yards are...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 13 November 1911

m k inua lAJBECOMET'TOO'TINICKY ABOUT WEAPONS"- ;t A YOTl TfSHT MT 3ESs. -pRH-HYSTERIC WESSONS ? DO TSY 12 OINK WE ARE ACTORS IN A CHNlESE TEATERJ DO I3EY -DINK WE Atmc aurta - j- . .. A ISY LOOK "Z i . SueY He I - i YOU. CAN j we these:, 1. C::;3lirSr' IN. m s r LIKE SALTAC3E FRO DER "RUINS OF A JUNK- I SHOP FrRE.' -. h s. i.JTT fc'V .y S W m N v , HKJ avi.n' -ar- ii i vr... j;-w jlxv t y bahJ f 7 t os h yWeBONs!!) j? t j Ha AMilfliiiiliiiiiUftiftiiMiiittAittitttiiiitiftliiitti J a JX.

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 13 November 1911

PI $ BUR3LA3Y TAUGHT BY CORR3CPONDENCE Wanted One thousand men to study burglary through correspondence. Taught by mail in ten lessons. Safe, sure, easy. Special 'courses in safe-blowing, secondstory work and cash register wrecking. Why be poor when "arches- lie within easy reach? Country's most famous experts numbered among Tupils. Adbess FAGIN INSTITUTE, Box -. f Indianapolis, Ind. f ;Fhe above advertisement is the ,fcauseof exceeding much pain to .fclie authorities of Mesa county, Colorado. .Not long ago an 18-year-old foy wa's arretted "in Mesa county ior the theft of tools from a Grand "" 'Junction .store. Jrt -the boys' -possession was jfotuid an excellent written Snd printed treatise on the construc- .' ""tJQP of all makes of safes, with il-.str-t-ed methods of burglarious1 entering the same. , Sheriff Schrader of Mesa county talked with the boy, who admitted he had received the book through the mail from Indiana. More he would not tell. The postoffice authorities and the sta...

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