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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 15 November 1911

wmmmmmmm 55 else in combining-their interests, we will start a nation wide agita tion for government ownership of railways.. And not at-their wat ered stock terms, eitherbutAvith all the wind and water squeezed out. The country is'ripefor such a moveemnt. This Js no idle threat, as they know." , o o , The Fourteenth Amendment Passed to Abolish SJaveryr is. Now to institute Slavery More Government by Injunc- tion. - - . The Fourteenth Amendment's in again.' 'U. S. Circuit Judge C. C. Kohl saat yesterday temporarily en joined' the City of Chicago, its mayor, -chief of police, corpora tion counsel or any of its officers or agents in other words, the people of Chicago from enforc ing the ordinance passed by the city council July 17, 1911. That ordinance regulates the price of gas, and aims to tut the rate immediately to 75 cents, and ultimately to 68 cents The ground on which Tudge Kohlsaat issued the injunction is that, under the Fourteenth Amendment to trie Constitution of the United ...

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. — 15 November 1911

SUE! Frost is a-bitin' ' And snow-time is near, Still fbr our hearts It holds never a fear; f Song-shine and sun-shine " -Run all through the year, So Vhat do we care for the weather ! Lois of folks preserVe their ap pendix in alcohol without having it cut out. Japan has 45 gas companies now. Five years agu she had but even. Now everybody hates a goat Ard slams that gentle creature, Btlt I'll speak up and call him fan In all his forms and feature. v I owe the goat a vote of thanks- - And I will not dissemble, He came to aid me on a day When I was all a-tremble. The men I Work for had de creed To cruelty undo me, The goat ate all the tin cans UP So they couldn t tie one -( to me. hide his' nickel thriller now,' or makings of apill You wonder what the jad will do, meanwhile he takes atnap, ,wjven.he awakes he slowly fakes . , "Nick Carter" from his cap ! n . - rr California's first woman jury made quite a,hit with thejfriitntry by getting-right down to substan tial. jusHce'tnid decidi...

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. — 15 November 1911

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 15 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm "! fTido Stem Otd? -t tEcbuittidiiobaD, THE MAGIC MIRROR "Polly Pomfret was th best lit "tle girl ever, I guess. Anyway, her father thought so, her moth er thought so, her sisters thought so, her brother thought so, her teachers thought so and I 'most 'think she thought so. 'Twasn't strange if she did, 'cause 'most everybody told her so. "She was 'so conscientious.' .That's what they all said. She got up and dressed in the morn ing as soon as-.the big clock struck half past .six, she washed her ears, and even her teeth without being told, she was never -tardy at school unless'She broke a leg and she did everything the grown-ups told her was right.- .Yep, shceven went to bed at eight o'clock and didn't have to be spoken to twice. "iShe "was. so good she almost made you mad to think-about-her, (though of course nobody could help liking her. Gee! she was good-! ' "She did'have one fault, though nobody noticed it very much, and she herself thought - it rather smart and...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 15 November 1911

Fr BASEBALL YARNS By Billy Evans.y On the old , Washington grounds the club ' house was in right field. When a piayer was removed from the game he had to march past the crowd to the team's quarters in' the outfield. Bob Groome, the clever twirler, was "presented ,with a bunch of fldwers be fore a game he pitched. Wildhess keeps Grooifie from being one1 of the. greatest fwirlprc rtf hncA- vV ball. Whether it t 7Tk was embarrassmehf over the presenta- ,tipn, or hot, Groome in the first inning passed five men before he was derricked. Groome gathered up the floy ers and started for the club house and a fan yelled : "Say, Bob, what kind of flow ers did you get?" . . Before Groome could rely an other "fan replied, "wild flowers, of course." " - Washington fans consider Grbome the real hard luck pitch er. No matter how well he pitches, his opponent does better and the Senators seldom hit be hind him'. m Last summer a losing streak .got on Groome's nerves. !After losing a shut-out game he t...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 15 November 1911

GIRL RE-ARRESTED J?OR "MURDER OF A YE-R AGO 3yVas.ThenFreed by Unwritten , Law Breaks'.up-Home and Authorities Are Now-Pushing theMurderCase."' a',' New O'fleansiJjNvPSi-Be-lcause,-she has-broken-u'p.anbther II j -jyomanis-home.'iKatlejitetech will -now -berried for -the- ljiurder of jFrank Misch lern'earflyajgearago. . Katie,shot Mischief within 48 -hours , after a jurvC'hatl Hreed r I ir b .Katie Fetsch.' . Mamie McLaughlin1, Iwh'o" had killed her betrayer an'dwhoplead- ed the unwritten law." Katiejmade the same "plea and said'Mischle'r "was the 'father of 'her child, born soon after. The child-died. In the face of public sentiment Aroused bv the McLaughlin case sednftdss.nM'tf HVict .orfT?tn )t 'vyo zoluz rbrtrm ''Qs2MtiH& Katie Fetsch and the charge was pigeon-hpled. But Katie has since given ,the lie-to her plea of inno cence defiled, by taking Julius Sampson away from his wife and living with him. This developed from the arrest of Sampson and Katie for disor derly; conduct...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 15 November 1911

Ml ' " t iir, i-- -v7i""- " iMI V -" f T NEW YORK BROKEN SUED f FOR DIVORCE "New York, Nov. IS. Edward B. Van Dykej an officer of tile New York Cotton Excharige arid a well-known broker, was sued for divorce today by his wife, Mrs. IrCne' A. Van Dyke. A series of anonymous letters, alleged to have been written by Mrs. Gertrude Hall, who is named as corres,pondeht,-are the basis of the suit. Mrs. Van Dyke says she knew nothirig,of .the infatuation of her Husband for Mrs. Hall until 1909, vhen she and her htisbarid were lunching in a down-town restau rant. SKe declares a strange wo man entered and walked to their table, saying to Van Dyke: "Is this the way to" keep your prom ises, Ed?" Van Dyke ignored the woman, whd then sat at an adjoining table and wrote him a note, which he destroyed. When the wdman, . whomjMfs. Van Dyke alleges was Mrs. Hali, finished her lunch,, she sent the bill ,to Van Dyke, who paid it. i Mrs. Van Dyke became sus- picidus,ahd'the following Sunday says she -tr...

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. — 15 November 1911

T 4 Si M U- IV u ', - r i . .M.r- .vi rjr i.r i i i t .' BUTTER AND: EGG.BOAD -- -, '.'?- Raised Prices With Coia,Spel- Then- They; jGot-ScaredAlso Cold 'Feet. '- - ,' t'"c s ? i -..,:." V...- -Consider the, Cfacagp!hu:ter and egg board. ' '"7J".. T'v'jT' AVhen, last SaturdaytheXfirst blizzardof vinter ""'s.WeP! s'$6wn upon the city)' bringing-tfeatji.g.nfj Woe anxl suffering in itswake, tjje Chicago b'utterndjegboard'ej liberately forced!'up(thericpf butteaWeggs'. ' 'Ci ; V; ,V- They did, not do -this berauspf any variation in Jhesuppjy4.j t As a matt,errof .fact, .ttjejSti'et hast no strictiyfireshTeggs Allots eggsarestprage.eggf 'y: KTj - Thereforeyt;he; blizzard;, roald have no' effect .onth'e sjippx'':. .It was just' a-good .excuse' -And, as a proof of thisj consje.r what' happened y.esterdaj;.,-":?;, ' Several members ' offttje bbar suddenly rememberejd that Jthey were "on the eye ofa.federallin- vestigatipn. . m ' :" V M J The government fiasj detnaftidj e3 to kriow,hp,w t co...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 15 November 1911

mmmmmmm IHBMHIHI - r?- ?c - ";Ti"'xp (IM-K -""gipF -w ' Consider the Chicago butter and zgg board, all of the mem bers of which are "prominent,. re- . , , . o- spectable" citizens, of -our comrg munity. Probably they also call themselves Christians, ' . j o INDIANA BOY .QUITS DRIVING A GROCERY . . - WAGON AND BECOMES A GRAND OPERA TENOR mm m i -- ' 1. m F ' I vj V .1 I ! ' Orville Harrold. . New York, Nov., 15. A. mir acle, 'of the musical world Comes tn's.nAsfirifefeisanmirtlhdrihEajjQr.yillflil OBerasi--il?aQ-liacoiiJojEiErolatoi iHarrold, the grocery bojMfcl4aiq f'fefbinenpq'EtricaSladnteJ cie, Ind., makes his grand opers debut in London under the aus-i, pices of Oscar Hammerstein. Harrold is American-born ana American trained. He is the firsO singer ever to go into European opera from the American opera stage. Usually this program is reversed. More remarkable, though, if the fact that Harrold in threes months required a musical educa tion such as it takes most greatd singers lon...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 15 November 1911

P"fP!P P"PPHPI ' tV" -" " ' utterfly, Cavalleria Rusticaha and Traviata. , '"Harrold has a voice of remark able quality," says Saenger. "As for'Tange, he takes high E-flat vith ease. I predict that his popu larity" will be second only to that oi Caruso." ' ; . Q 0 ALLEGED WHITE SLAVERS BOUND OVER 1 'Roberta Drew, negro proprie-. torof a disorderly house, at 3021 Dearborn street, was held to the criminal court in $3,000 bonds on a charge of harboring Alma Peterson, a 19-year-old Swedish girl, and Annie Smith, proprietor of a place at 2018 Armour avenue, was bound over in' the sum of $1, 500 on a similar charge, preferred this morning by Caroline Bock, 16 years old. v ' -The Peterson girl, who is un able to speak English, disappear ed from her uncle's home, 6436 Carpenter street, about a month ago", five "days after her arrival from" Sweden. Search for her was made in the levee district,' and she was found in 'the Drew woman's house. , Miss Peferson said she became lost on the streets...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 15 November 1911

v'vVi'?' SZ? - ' KOHLSAAT TRAPPED BY GAS TRUST-SCANLAN Circuit Judge Says Federal Judge Grossly Deceived By Gas 't rust Attorneys. "Judge Kohlsaat has been grossly deceivedas to the purport and language of my opinion in the case of the city of Chicago against the Gas company. 7 . 'T believe it was Wcaus of this deception -tha Judge Kcihlsaat entered a temporary order re 1 sbaining' the city from enforcing the provisions of the gas 'ordi nance. " ' , "The attorneys forthe city should go before Judge-Kohlsaat aiid iriform him how he has been impose'd upon arid ask for thedis solution of the restraining-of der.v "I believe it is the dtitv of" the atforneys for the city to do "this, and T shall defer furher action until they have done so. "There is nothing tfiit does so much to 'cause the people tolose respect for the judiciary as clashes Tjetweeri different courts: "This 'E6urt desires no clash with any 'other court, and is con vinced that there will be horii , when the true facts are ...

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. — 15 November 1911

5"'3'???' rYWr'Sf'W e TELEGRAPH BRIEFS. Henry Sienkiewicz, author of "uo Vadis?", mistaken for s pheasant while hunting near -"Vienna. He may recover. "Christ was crucified because she threatened to hurt the busi - ness of the Jews. Christ was an 3. insurgent, a radical, a progres sive, a destructionist." Gbvern por Aldriclrof Nebraska. Arnold Bennett says this is age f -of pure commercialism. Wrong, i Arnold, and if you stay in Chi cago long enough to get on to the . curves of the Chicago butter and tgg board, you'll see how' impure ", the commercialism of the age is. e New Item: "All the members of the cabinet earnestly advised 14 the President to make his mes sage to congress short." Now, 31 why, we "wonder? Mrs- Reggie Vanderbilt 'is teaching Newport colony the "chicken reel," the .slime, being a combination of the two-step and the movements of a chicken. Our B "aristocratic" 400! R To learn of the results of the ""decisions of the Supreme court'of ln these United States. Ohio s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 15 November 1911

rmwzsm HENRY C. BEATTIE MUST DIE NOVEMBER 24. ' Governor Mann in Decision Branding Virginian as Cruel and Deliberate Wife-Murderer, Refuses to Stop Electrocution. Richmond, Va., Nov. 15. Hen- ry Clay Beattie, jr., must die in the electrict chair November 24 for the murder of his wife. Louise Owen Beattie. Eor the first tiem since he has occupied the executive chair of , .Virginia, Governor Mann has re fused clemency to a condemned prisoner. "I believe Beattie was guilty of the cruel and malicious murder of his wife," said Governor Mann in rendering his decision. "I sympathize very profound ly with Beattie father, and would be glad to help him if I could doso with proper regard for the public interests. But I " cannot, with any consideration of these interests,' interfere with the 'due execution of the sentence of the court in the Beati cas s"I followd that case during the trial, and as its horrible facts were .developed, regretted that a crime so cruel and malicious should have occu...

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. — 15 November 1911

wp ' rji"w hwm'n a wyV- BEEF TRUST BARONE PUT 3 ONE OVER ON US.- ' " "I believe that in' this case, a writ pf habeas corpus should, hot issue. " " ' "I "believe that the governlrfent should be able to convince Judge Kohlsaat at the cheating tomor row morning that no writ should issue for the packers at this time. "I believe thoroughly and hon estly in the justice.of Jthe conten tion that the,.United- States gov ernment has:made. agarrist the packers for, alleged: violations af the Sherman anti-trust law.-" U. S. District Attorney- James H. .Wilkerspn. The indicted,packers making a grandstand play that they were in danger of going to jail, appear ed before Judge Kohlsaat-with their attorneys j yesferdayVafter noon and secured r" relief in .the form,of writs of habeas corpus. Counsel for JtKe packers called Judge Kohlsaathy telephone yes terday afternoon, made an ap pointment ih. the court roomJFor late in the day, brought in the magnates, withdrew their bail of $30,000a piece, and. a...

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

r 't".? "-7??"filW SrT r a: HAS THOUGH HUSBAND LIVES, SURGEON'S MADE HER A WIDOW KNIFE J - I ! ! ' ! , f turn to himself, H says distraught Seattle woman,, now wife-only in name of man who .can recall noth ing "ol last 14 years, after oper Seattle, Nov. 15. -A .widow while her husbajid still lives, di vorced in all but name "from the mfcUte4torrie4,D Mrgi.ufiep.5g6. Kelly of Port Blakely, Wash., is if 2 "I -1 ?t 3 ,-i a j Z it a it Q si TI F Mrs. Geo. Kelly. 'Tin praying that he will re- j trying to win her '.husband bacK to ner. Her husband is S. G, Rogersj the New York messenger boyD whd was slugged over1 14 year ago, who,awpke following an op eration in the Providence h'pspitaU to find that he had lived.14 years, as George-Kelly, of whom he nowq Knows nothing. Mrs. Kelly is the wife of RogTft ermbjitft& wjdow. .Qi,Ge.argee Kelly. Kelly and Roger are the

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 15 November 1911

p5PPFf m r T-" 'aYzA- same men in bod'', buf separate personalities in all else. t "I am living in hop and prayer that George will return"to"liim self," said1 Mrs. Kelly after her husband failed to -recognise her. "The doctors -say they 'do not think he will. -But I am praying. "$Vhat about my plans?' Oh, I haven't any. If he doesn't want me now, I can't live with him. He doesn't know me and doesn't know about our past life. But' I have not given up hope.1' Rogers is still under observa tion at the Providence hospital here. Under the most? rigid prob ing he has not betrayed a shadow of knowledge of his former, self as George Kelly. o o HEALTHIGRAMS By W.,C-Cotton, M. D. . t Poor ventilation is the indirect cause of a large proportion of dis eases. Rooms warmed by gas or oil stoves require special attention to insure proper ventilation. One lighted lamp or gas jet in -a room spoils more air than five or six people. Always remember hat 'the fun damental source of warmth for the body I...

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. — 15 November 1911

I(!PPP!BRPPPWKB5! NEW BELGIAN MINISTER'S WIFE AND SON - : -i nAwrns tvtin- Picture of Mme. Havenith and her son Horace, wife and son of the new Belgian minister at Washington. The boy was born at y Teheran, Persia, from which post his father was transferred to the ' 'United States; o o ' IT) JVTOI' JUST COSTLY NOISE It cost us tax payers thousands of jJollars to have the. fleet in Hud son river salute President Taft by firing of cannons,. It is all right to salute the president, but why not safe and sane saluting? The thing could as easily and as 1 honorably be.dorje wjth flags. But flags deirffegKlkeaipise and wfe areitsectfitdqa mere officef'l Aal still heathenish enough" to pay for y rioise. . ' The Chinese, who discovered 5 gunpowder, "used it to make J noises'to frighten the enemy. We are nearly as big fools in using it i for its 'noise in saluting friends. We've nearly broken the Boys' hearts with our safe and sane 4th df July but we haven't got a safe l and sane method of pay...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 15 November 1911

i:-. r.;THE;DAY OFRECKQNIN.G -:v; . ... ' The suiuto dissolve the steel trust marks themost acute .stage of the government's warfare upon lawless anoVpredatory wealth. It is one of the most ihteresting'an'd fateful struggles, in the economic, history of the world. Almost everybody now sees ,that'the trust 'system implies the ultimate complete monopoly of-all the necessaries dfjifehat this condition cannot exist without destroying thVlibertiessqf men; that some' solution must speedily be found. . r Three solutions are offered: - - 1 To, destroy the trusts and restore -the -old conditions of com petition. ' . - 2 Tpv legalize consolidation and limit'the profits of4hetrusts, by fixing prices of dividends. ' ' . 'V- , 3 To have the: nation own therusis.- ";,.-" President Taft is now engaged in an 'effort, to enforce'the first solution., ' . ' . 1 t v POSTAL CARD PATRIOTISM ITALY'S KEEP 'EM HAPPY -SCHEME TO p5si:iy' : Jy 1 JfetW!!'5W?iwi1'''1'irf f V-V, 'v' "i ??$& -i, -& vl ,V i...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 16 November 1911

frt- 1zx''yri &:, -v- THE DAY BOOK 500 SO. PEORIA ST. 398 TEL. MONROE 353 Chicagd, Thursday, November 16, 1911. FIFTEEN MILLION DOLLARS .-WORTH OF BEEF 'TRUST SHIVERS IN KOHLSAAT'S COURT j : r.i. .-- .jj -:.r ,. - . Crowd Tftrongs To See If Poor Man's Law Will Apply to'JiifilliojiairesWilkerson Scores tCohlsaat Pack ers on Defensive. . . - - - "The most f ar-reaching,andjimportant question in criminal jurispruednce today, .aiidone in which the w(-k.ixici imui ijjjk, cu w iuauuauu5'uu u.vfwob mivi- naf-zio. . a "Not-whether offendors-of -greats wealth can be convicted, but whether it is. possible; to bring them to trial in tfie same,way and accorin'g.tfq the same'prin- i; ciples as In. the,ca8e-Qf-lflie-ordmry lawbreaker." TT C niff nl-. A ff nmcnrWilainn niepiitcino uib avnwi o vuew , i? ,,. About fifty million, . dollars worth of'beefpackinghdus'e mag-J natse shivered in Judge Kohl saat's courtroom today. . "" They stand indicted "for cfim-i inal 'conspiracy lin restraint of' t...

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. — 16 November 1911

ers shivered. , , As soon as the packers' case was called, Attorney James Sheean,, special prosecutor for the government, jnoved that the writ of habeas corpus granted by Judge Kohlsaat Tuesday be quashed. He pointed out that the nine indicted packers never had been in jail. - s That they had not surrendered their baiPin open court, as pro vided by law, but had gone through a mere formality in the mar shal's office. . "" And he claimed that a writ of habeas corpus could not be used, in these circumstances. - . In one sentence "of the petition' lo quash 'the indictments, the government distinctly hints that Judge Kohlsaat did not know, w"hat he was about when he granted the writ of habeas corpus to the, packers. "This writ," reads the sentence, "was issued improvidently, in, ignorance of the essential facts fearing upon the propriety of enter taining said petition." Attorney Levy Mayer, for the packers was taken aback by this obstacle thrust in front of his neat little plan to keep t...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
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