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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 2 November 1911

wmsmmmmmmmmnmmmm mmmmmmmmm OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE UE -k)- Strike and Lockout Settled The strike and lockout of gas and electric fixture hangers have been settled. All the men have returned to work in th shops af fected. According to Stephen J: Fay, business agent of the union, jieace has been permanently re stored. ; The troM3Wfl&&tys$M calling of a strike of the employes of one firm because objection was made to a"' foreman. The other employers in the fixture business locked out all members of the union employed by them. 0-0 " Hearst returns tohe Demo cratic nartv. CLoudcand Ion p-r.nrr- mkmmkmf m mmmmmmmtmmg

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. — 2 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmB L C, ENGINES REPORTED IN BAD CONDITION Letter to President of Black smiths Says, Railroads Having Considerable Trouble Meeting Requirements of Law- Use Stock Cars for Merchandise. The controversy between the Rock Island road and the system federation of shopmen on that line is still unsettled. Officials of the road were out of town yester day when the federation leaders called at the offices, and nothing definite will be done until a con ference next week. At that time the federation men will attempt to reach, an amicable settlement with the road, but if the road re fuses to yield the demands of the men a strike is probable. The following letter, received by President J. N. Kline, of the Blacksmiths, who is directing the strike of the shopmen on the I.. C, was received from a man employ ed at Burnside, but who is not in volved in the strike, and does not belong to any of the unions im-? plicated. For obvious reasons his name is withheld: Mr. J. W.Kline, Pres. Blacksmith...

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. — 2 November 1911

HSH(5 33!3fo! '1,X.,'iC'ttytwnnwiii'wji'iat tnnmHiWixw.in;. iWft 000 in value since marriage to Madeline Force. We" suspecte'd something like that. ' Attorney GenefaTWickersham says Charlotte Vanden Heuvel, 80-year-old spinster, called him sweetheart. Why Wi'ckie! . But the steel trust" trial may begin a year from now. Arid then it will be tried for a year or two: And then it will be appealed. And meanwhile the cost of Jiv ing .will keep going up. Why doesn't someone lock Edna Goodrich and Nat'Goodwin in vault and let 'em fight it out. Italy says its troops have be haved like perfect gentlemen to Arabs. Lot depends on definition of gentlemen. Justice Putnam, N. Y., has awarded John E. Gray $4,00 for loss of one finger. Doesn't he know -American Mining Con gress fixed value of man's, hand at $500? Having "formally" annexed Tripoli some weeks ago, Italy to day "formally" called upon Turk ish troops to. surrender. Picture of Turks raising thumbs to noses and extending fingers. Somebody...

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. — 2 November 1911

Louveria's escape blocked by in dignant goat. Danico was good revolver shot. Captain Vavotti, Italian avia tor, dropped four picric acid bombs into encampment of 2,000 ArabSj "wh excellent results." We quite understand tha,t Italy has been guilty of no cruelty, but we rise "to remark that however interesting scientifically the drop ping'of picric acid bombs into en campments from aeroplanes may b'e, it is prohibited under rules of civilized warfare. Physician told John Lifhthle, Gilmore, Mo., he might go insane. Lightle leaves widow and one son. William Jennings Bryan rises to. -ask President Taft if the rea son no .criminal proceedings against -directors of -steel trust is that Taft is afraid to punish big criminals as. severely as little ones. .NJx, William, our presi dent has troubles of his own just now. Harley Wijkinson, Homewood Ills., has been sentenced to from two to ten years in Indiana peni tentiary for forcing Catherine Bennett, Chicago girl, to enter re sorts in Chicago ...

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. — 2 November 1911

R5R?55 .!. ,r? v,ivy.3.yvtv'' ' 'y'n'ifriiiiiwg'fH" JATHE GATES-OE TRIPOLI; ITALIANS 'ON GUARD .. . This, picture shows one of. the gates of- Tripoli, with Italian! soldier's oil guard," with a crowd of natives around them. The natives . look 'anything but hostile.. v'- ".' Rumored That Joe -Tinker Will. - T Manage Cincinnati-Reds. ' Fandom here. is agotoday over theJateit rumor tKatrJoe Tinker is'-tb (be' the next manager ofthe, "Ginuntfati-Reds. . . s ' -,'G.;.Webb iMurphy, o.w'ner.of 'the , Gubs,r l left ." for Cincinnati lasf ni'ghfcv He':. .admitted that he'' v6ulddr'op..in on August ' Herr-. ' manrr the'-Red magnate. v 'M "iias -.been feared that 'Tin ker, "!the sole remaining .member of.the'old infield machine;, would drop but -ever since r.His "spat"" wifJfMurphyJ'.last season. "Dbpest'ers" ha.ve'it. today' thai; Hoblitzel and Esmond will be traded for Tinker and Hoffman, or Tinker arid'Qood. ' V , o b ' So Roosevelt. was bamboozled by J. P: -Morgan .on -Tennessee coal and"i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 2 November 1911

t5BP mssmmmmmmm ' iTHERE "ARE 2(H),000 IN THE UNITED STATES " COMING DOWN WITH PNEUMONIA THIS WINTER ' You May Be Oneof Them Un less You Observe Some Sensi ble Precautions. Written for The Day Book by Leonard Keen Hirshberg, B. A., M. D. There-will be 200,000 cases of pneumonia in the United States this winter! Do you expect to- escape tits ravages two , hundred thousand, over fifty "thousand will die. Statis tics carefully kept for near ly a thousand " years prove this. The ancient Greeks, especi ally Hippoc rates described pheufnonia ex- ? For of these IBjv t VH Dr. Hirshberg. actly as we know it today. It is a, .malignant inflamation of the lungs due to minute organisms, or germs.. These, blockade the air passages, prison the breathed air, and weaken the "heart. There are several forms of pneumonia, but" the, common type is produced by the "tiny shot shaped germ, the pneumocococ cus. (Under the microscope this is a tiny, black speck, surround ed by a transparent capsule. It, belo...

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. — 2 November 1911

rrrVwf yV" T'"f ''w,y" a-helpingrjhandtlp theH- oyerbur? dened heart: ' "" . .t - '- Once upop-a time whisky -was extensively use'd as a itimujant, but progressive physicians now hpl'dnthat its employment, is dan gerous, -and other, meases are npw-ppHed. Fresh (fattt want ed) air, and-pjenty, of it, -is tlje thiqg most meedejd Tenjs and hospital roofs aiie the best "places to' bring a -pneumonia p&tjenjtto. heath. -;. " ! v ; f.In'thejoldsdays the pfersonafA 'hotj clpse" room's aqd alIsQFfs Jqf pWerful,dVbgswere tgkenyTDdayrgppd ittirsing is khftWfUt&ibe superfor-ib 'drug's;' xpepmentsarer ndWf- being' muc;1 wu-4 new ,vdi,wuc ni, pneumonia- The" vast technical dftficuuiesviri the wav ob produc ing' apn'eumonia'anti'-toxjh 'Has lj2dto'th'e injection of preventive d0ses;6i. killed pneumonia germs, the'pneumqeocci. ' T?tfere seems, tobesome (promisevat last for'a cpnquest,of bne'bf oufdread'inal stdies i . - .The-man who hardens- himself by cold bath's and- cold "rub downs", in...

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. — 2 November 1911

mmmrnmammammmmmmmmm The Nightmare. I had a sad and freakish dream, That turned things upside down. I dreamed that Roosevelt couldn't talk, That Fairbanks was a clown; I dreamed Jack Johnson wouldn't wear J A diamond on his shirt, That Lillian Russell thought it was A wicked thing to flirt. I dreamed that Rob ert Chambers joined A water melon club And filled his books with heroines That hustled o'er a tub. I dreamed tliat Un cle Joe's back teeth Were busy chewing gum, That 'Henry Watterson grew hoarse Decrying mint in rum. I dreamed that Debs and Mr. Taft Sat down to play at cards, That Bryan and Bill Hearst be came Two loving, cooing pards; I dreamed that Henry James used slang Till Wallace Irwin blushed; INVENTION EDISON NEVER- THOUGHT HERE tV A sy. , GOME'.tfV & Ol' - My XL-4 Vmw6' ?jm ' ufi jw iA That Mr. Lorimer grew mad That campaign funds were slushed- I dreamedMihat at a church fair where They gave out oyster stew One fellow found an oyster and Another man found two; I dr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 2 November 1911

Il wmmmsmsmsmm rOF APUMPiaN Pffi MACHINE rt&j&gi 'J ' jr ' 'svzws: 2s&77w:y ;, .35y W&. y v ' s'jiixciLmVPLto'szst,'Zt.'A.: S 0 r YrX&VT7ZflMfSs?XiXjZCJZZ.'Z&, C SX X X V. x ."V hje weather going to be ? Cyclist: What' do you mean? Obliging Policeman: Is it going to e -a "wet" or fine? N. B.--It was "wet." 4, No Catalogue. I Five sailors who had been shipwreck- d ha,d been-drifting about the ocean for ree days, and were all more or less in hi last. stages of fatigue and exhaus a nriniact, a Jew who was amongst the t rty Had fallen down in a heap on the a :t through hunger and thirst, and the e naming four were in the lowest state of distress ,and des pair. Eventually one of the sailors, who had been keeping a look out, espied a ship on the horizon, and shouf.ed excitedly, 'A sail! A sail I" Whereupon the Jew sprang up and exclaimed, "Mien Got, and I vot not have a catalogue !" o o In School Again. Whilst giving a lesson on the Fame Islands, the teacher explai...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 2 November 1911

mfbs 4T I tUtottfld Furry in a JJurry Part II. "It just happened," 'continued, Gabbleoff, "that I'had my air'gun slung to my back, just for looks., you know, and I had carried jt up the tree with me, because J didn't hae tjme to take, itjpff. o..J binged him one just fqijfuck. Of course, it, wasn't more jfhari"a-if y bite to him, but it,tppk Wspuhd. off Truepenny a secphcD- Theft Merrj'mouth swuflg hispifeshke a spear or harpoon 'of'sljtneting and threw it at the bear and "th'aV ksmCMbm ifciicoCbb(Q about as, fool a thing--as-anyone cbuldhin&'of " - "I'd-alWays 'heard! that animals ae, afraid pT'fireDUt Fknewt took1 more than a"par;lor 'match i." ... mm . .'ami A tfitnif - inltfr lu a.i:iic;ciu. zt. iv vo. v , i. m'- gutuipkerhanevf '" Y.'Sowften 'he "-climbed down air f i I Mni't Sifijrt A3aw3iniul . rwM? - ' , J tv attracted his attention to Merry. First thing we knew he bgun to climb Merry's tree. He could climb, too, ana I begun to think one bear 'would have meat for dinner ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 2 November 1911

KEJNUPJJUJJM JfU-Oli-Jl, j"1 r "WelCsir", it was the-most ex citing thing to -see whether that bear" would catch" fire before he caught Merrymouth or "catch Merry before he caught fire. I yelled to him to climb higher and Truepenny told hirn to crawl out on a limb and drop down, but' he was already as high as he could get and.too high to dropj but just then the fire got a good start and tnere was the most surprised bear in seven states. "He didn't wait to crawl down, h,'e just dropped like a bag of meal, rolled over once or twice and hiked for water as fast as he could go. "The park policeman found him in the pond a little later, but he didn't find U$ arty more. We packed .up. our tent and Hug out for hoine. Dinner .tasted kind of good that day," too." - --$ - "Do you know any more ani mal stories, Storvmah?" asked Dollchild. ' . "Western ones," said WilUebill. "Trueones,5' said Truepenny. "Why, yes, I do," answered the Storyman. "I vknow a childish little story, which is rather odd...

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. — 2 November 1911

CYNTHIA fcREY'S DAILY CORRESPONDENCE - -I am an orphan of 16 and wish for advice. (1) Is1t proper for a girl of 16 to have several differ ent men calling on her every week? (2) If so, should she kiss them? (3) Is sold-kis'sing wrong? If so, why? (4) What will help a girl decide on which man to take? Orphan. A. (1) Girls of 16 are rather young to have men callers, unless they look upon them as merely friends,. Evidently you do not. Better wait until ybx are at least two years older before giving the men so much -othouglit.'. You are only a little girl just postpone the beaux for awhile. (2) Cer tainly not ! (3) Yes, for girls who kiss men indiscriminately become common and lose the respect of ,the best of mens. Isn't this rea ,son enough? (4) If she loves him and he loves her, she will not need help to decide. It is to be hoped that her affections, will be fixed on one who is entirely worthy. My daughter has been engaged to a physician for two years, but while they seem to love each ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 2 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A CONSUMPTIVE. The following story of the ac tual experiences of a former news paper man in his fight against consumption was secured for The Day Book through courtesy of ' the National. Association -for the Study and Prevention of Tuber culosis. Mr., .Ross is the author of a book entitled "My Personal Experiences with Tuberculosis.' published by the Writer's Press of Milwaukee, and sold 'for 50 cents postpaid. The National Association recommends Mr. Ross' book as helpful to every pa tient who is engagecHn fighting con sump tion. Ed i tor. By Will M. Ross. I never was particularly robust. 'Late in the spring of 1908 I be came oppressed by persistent languor. Worjc which had been a delight be came a pull; an in significant cold per sisted and became significant. In early summer I began to expe rience a feeling of exhaustion before the day was half lover. jn 1 g n t .Will M. Ross sweats" developed. And shortly a physician returned a verdict of "tu...

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. — 2 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm U I west, for "tuber culo sis" is a fprr bidden word, but-they-have every-' thing else from boils- to Bright's. disease, AND THE UNIVER SAL SYMPTOM IS, A COUGH.' My first two months'in El Paso were physically .-.ppfi table -be-' cause I was Carrying out, after a fashion, the regjme that'modern science has .tgugjht us js, necessary, in the curing of tuberculosis. The days were spent Jn, the dpen-ajr, loafing and walking, aJittle," wnjle the nights, were-.sperit'on ano'iiK door sleeping porch. .' T.- At the eiia of this'tfipexI Avent buHoundfthat'thrs only added to tnesensation pu weariness wnicn began 'tossilj nieafter I had beerf working'a few'ihonths. Tn" .quick; sequence then, the other "symptoms of disease activ ity 'bfegan'-tb ap'peara'nd by mid dle sjinrig'L.was': forced to lay asidemy-workV'' Again 'broken in lfeUhpIijVenb 4o a. ranch some milesjfromrEl ' Paso.." ' Amonth"' of rest .'and idleness inaugurated "a''new 'era. rof good feelirig7'''whidKt.mlghthave ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 2 November 1911

mmmmmmmmm ity of 'the, company in a Pullman rather than the depressing asso ciation of trunks i in a baggage can Washington, D. C. is figuring j on a, whole week's celebration of v the inauguration of the next pres- ident. Hope he'll be worth it! YES, ORGANIZED LABOR HAS DONE MUCH, BUT THERE IS STILL MUCH MORE TO DO to life, labor Being essential cannot he destroyed or eliminated without danger to life itself. ' Organied labor being the prac tical expression of a living princi ple, takes on the inherent quali ties of the principle itself. You may destroy an institu tion J you may disrupt a move ment, but the principle itself is undying. It ever awaits he' fa vprable opportunity to assert itself and build anew Organized labor, bom of neces? sity, strengthened by persecution has, proven its right to live by what it has done Organized labor has worked hard and done well. Its present attitude is too much that a of a man so pleased with himself and the work of his hands that he 'doesn't ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 2 November 1911

pnvwwvip Jiottland ,key that will hot take .NO for an answer. - The Vice Commission repre sented' the people.- The result of their labors belongs to the people. ,Let organized labor, on behalf of .the.people, insist upon the general publication of the truth" and the .whole truth.. That truth may be unpleasant. It may be awful. It may be hor rifying. :But if it could be digest ed without 'haVm by the eminent men and women who make up that commission, it can be 'as '.safely djgested by all the good men and women of Chicago. And it will ake that 'truthA the whole truth to arouse the fathers and mothers of Chicago to the point-where, they will'help -the women and girl workers' to organize, and thus give them the surest of all'protection self-protection. Let organized labor wake up 'to its duties and responsibilities. .Let all true unionists put into effect the principles for, which they stand, and help serve, not just a few, but all of the'people. . , o 0 CITY BRIEFS. "' Gee whiz! 8 deg...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 2 November 1911

fT!!'yykv7Sgv IS VIOLET EDMANDS HAUNTED BY THE ACCUSING WRAITH OF HER PASTOR LOVER'S SWEETHEART? Friends Say She Is, and Declare That Is Why Rich Heiress and Her Family Have Deserted Richeson. By Stella Marquere. Boston, Nov. "2. Since the ar rest of her pastor lover for ,the .murder of Avis Linnell, Violet Edmands never has set feet out side' the door of her home Why? Her multi-millionaire father, Moses Grant Edmands, says she has been prosirated by the shock of her lover's arrest. But another explanation of the confinement of Violet Edmands to her home "is being whispered about the select circle in which the Edmands move. It is said that this girl, who was to have been wedded to the Rev. Clarence Virgil Thompson Rich eson, is being- haunted by the wrath of the girl wliom the po lice say Richeson murdered. It is said that there is never a moment, day nor night, that the spectre of pretty little Avis Lin nell is fa'r from Violet Edmands. It is said .that this is the rea son that Vio...

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. — 2 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmm 5 i -"Clementine 'atson's ghost -vt haunts me day-and-night.-,": She pcunis.an aceu5ngnngerat...ie. -rShejasks me why-I am aiding-the 3, roan. Lknowitp" be guilty- ' : i MI doot.'belie've'he.is'guilty .at least, I 'am not sure.. II never -. would admit th'at.I believed'fn his r-'-guilt.' . ' . J .. , ' ' " I '!Biitil -cannot . stanfothe ! accu sations of this' ghost, of the;little vr country gfrl Irdespiseii,anylong , er.- God forgives. mb'fo'r, what 1 , ain aboutto do' . .t . - -"'' Isthis. the ca'sewitluViblet:E"d- mands? '-.-"-'.' ," Is the--rich Brookline,' heiress, , who has'lair he'd millions.' at'Rich 4 cson's.feeti'haiintedLby tfieaccius- ing wraith of .AyiEinnell re-- buying her .for striving to prevent justice to.' theidead"? I - J. 51 .' 1 . .Is thatwby:'iielhreatito.with '" jfJrawj;thef.Edmands lfnlHoris- :al . jjeady has.ben ma'depwfyv 'RicTi esoji piay have to faxe. a jury.laclc r ing tle-supppft;Oflthewoah, he j. had hoped tq.call wffeafid w,hose money , ...

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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. — 2 November 1911

mmrnmmsm9mm M'WAMARA JURY BQX' TO BE FILLED THIS WEEK Then Exercising of Peremptory' Challenges Will Be Begun. Defense Witnesses Say " Al leged Insane Talesman Is Per " fectly Sane. - Los Angeles, Cal., 'Nov. 2-r-Tn the hope of ualifying ' talesman Lorenzo Romans, challenged by the state because it is alleged he is( insane, the defense in the Mc- . Namara case today produced wit nesses who declared the juror not only perfectly sane, but one of the shrewdest real estate dealers in the city. v " The defense hoped to Impress Judge Bordwell and get him to et aside the state's challenge, . thus compelling District Attor ney Fredericks to waste a per- " emptory challenge. The defense - argued that Romans'" helief that the fund appropriated by the state for use in investigating the Times explosion was a corruption fund and his prejudice against William Mulholland, one of the state's expert witnesses, in no way dis- ' qualified him, as long as' he swore positively that he entertained no opi...

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. — 2 November 1911

mzzimmgmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm FRENCH CHEF SERVES ' M'NAMARA' JURORS Just Lunch. Oyster stew Sole,.. Stuffed-peppers Ripe olives . Fried sprigig-xhicken - Pommes Parisienne - J Petlts pais -Franca-ise . Corn. on cob 1 ? Ice cream in colqrs-; "American.and Swiss yheese r ,' Assqrtedlcakesi , ; CafeNoir ' , V Assorted iruli s " . .,;'Cigafs Los -Angelesi Nov., 2. With a private French chef, who .once reigned in the kitchen of M. Felix Faure, form,er -.president t of France, at their disposal, venire men in.the McNamara case under detention by the 'court vare living on the fat o'f the land,. The onlyjtroubleso far encoun tered' has been. that M. Dppree, whose culinary skill once delight ed a chief executive 'of the biggest republic of continental Europe, insists on putting at least few of his pet dishes on the menu and re cording them in his native lan guage. .TheA. resuli--one of , the veniremen has succeeded in get ting pptatoes in ( five different styles with a single order, while failin...

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