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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 18 November 1911

p m E IT ANYTHING ELSE WOMEN ADORE A CHAMPION jW J ers You H4F p !' TT1COK 4D DflM DILCPCKleS.' OT PROOFS YOU J3R C3JRLS 0R2HP 4NYDINGS VOT VEWS TEETCC UNIFORM. " I 4 ; i ilij ' r It .,1 VELC, DEN, T&R UHY C-VSN'D VVE MJKE 4 Hit LjKevise nt Fee.TSL( UNIFORMS? iTT-? Ill ilt Tell Me agam THE 5T0RY, WfLfftSDy OF THE PRIZe SOILY YOU A eMSROPERe3, ,, y 5 I I

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

wmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm If 3k. fc. kv. r ? i-. at. ft1: 1' VAmttnA hco Gnfca 9 Edmund &ico ' "MUST" Part II. For a moment Paul thought the Floor had ended the argu ment, as there was 3 pause, hut then came a slower, heavier voice. "Just as we must bear you," said the Joists, "for every board of you is nailed to us." "And 'WE' must hold YOU," said the Uprights in the walls, "for you are hanging onto u, re member.fv , ' "Even as you are resting on me, said the coldduil voice ot the Foundation Stones. "J'nuibt hold up the house' all by myself." "Oh, must vou?" said a deep, dull voice which came from old J Earth itself. "And where would you be if I did not have to hold you in my bosOm- as I whirl through space?" Then came another voice which seemed to shine instead of sound. "I must hold you, O Earth, and a dozen like you, must hold you without touching you, must hold you millions of miles away, else I would'burn you up, yet near enough so that you will not freeze, I am the Sun." On...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 18 November 1911

a story," replied Marteenv, "and I call it The Little Girl Who Made Her Work Play you atiout it tomorrow." I'll tell .. A-""- Or Or- FISTIC FACTS, BY TOM ANDREWS Some thing in the nature of a grudge will be disposed of when Champion Ad Wolgast and Fred dy Welsh, the British light weight, meet at Los Angeles, Thanksgiving day. The grudge originated in Milwaukee three years ago. Freddy Welsh was just begin ning to shine, having met such stars as Charlie Neary, Maurice Sayers and Packey McFarland, .while the Cadillac boy was fight- - 31?h came back and for a time there was a regular three-round scrap, with no frills. Welsh let out enough to put v the "Kid" down once and matters ended. Later I met Welsh and he -said : "Had a narrow escape today. That 'Kid' Wolgast tried to cross me at the gym and came near turning the trick, but luckily did not get me. Someone wanted to spoil my fight with McFarland by having him -turn the trick. He Ad Wolgast. ing semi-finals and minor wind ups. , Both...

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. — 18 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm vnnrvrwmrvi X.-- mfi && gast yet ,for that double cross, mark my word." These preachers are after the "boxing game, but forget to keep tab on the-Jootball deaths. Five have resulted from the game this fall. Many more have been crip pled, but not a word is heard. Last week two men were killed and on Saturday. 19 were injured. For clean, sport, boxing has football, auto racing and aviation beaten a mile. Now Judge Blair of the Mis souri circuit court has declared four round bouts with large gloves are legal, it is expected St. Louis will enjoy boxing contests as of old. New Orleans, New York and Boston judges have ruled the same way. ' ' " BE FRANK WITH YOUR CHILDREN And Thus Perhaps Save Them From Sin and Haunting Fear . and Lifelong Misery. ' By Le Baron Russell Briggs. The earliest important causcof reticence between parent and child, the longest continued, the fiercest, and the most morbidly silent temptation, the temptation most likely to scorch and...

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. — 18 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm LABOR FEDERATION MAY TIE UP HARRIMAN LINES AND ENDORSE LOS ANGELES LABOR STRUGGLE - Western Delegates to the A. F. of L. Convention Favcr Fur ther Financial Assistance for the McNamara Brothers. By Max Hayes, . Atlanta, Ga., Nov. IS. The strike on the Harriman lines and the Los Angeles situation arc Rooming up as the two chief issues in the A. F. of Lt convention. Representatives of the Feder ated Railway Employes have fin ally agreed-upon resolution to he broughf before the delegares that will call for moral and financial assistance. The resolution will go through and it may be amended vto de mand that the railway brother hoods the engineers firemen, conductors and trainmen desert" the cars and walk out in sympa thy with the blacksmiths, boilerr makers, machinists and others of the 38,000 workers now on'strike. The delegations west of the Rocky mountains are a unit in 'advocating that further financial assistance be granted to the inter national and local organizati...

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. — 18 November 1911

wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm BABY RUTH'S TRIPLE DEATH TRAGEDY Death Made Her His Agent in Taking Little Brother's and Sister's Lives and Now Takes the Tiny Girl Himself Re markable eries of Child Deaths in Michigan Family. Jackson, Mich., Nov. 8. This is the strange tragedy of Ruth, aged 6. ' Twice death made her his agent in the grim business of snatching human lives. Then came the crushing third act of his tremendous tragedy. The life of Ruth was also blotted out by her own innocent act. Three years ago the Butler family lived in Charlotte, a small town 40 miles from Jackson. Ruth was the only living child, though two others had died in infancy before a sort of prologue to the Tragedy of Ruth. One day in August, when Ruth Was 3 years old, she was shown a tiny sister Helen, who had come from the Unknown to live with them. Before that little Ruth had been lonesome and had so often wandered from home that her mother used to tie her at' the end of a leather throng, eight feet long, so she woul...

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. — 18 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmm lv tf hind "to get an apple." ' 'Mrs! Butler heard a splash. She rushed "downstairs and'saw Ruth floundering in "the water. The v ' o-1-) terrified mother ran to get help. "When- help came Baby Ruth' was 'dead. ' Her grim-destiny -had beett'fulftlled. - . - - SJSiHi --" 7 It c id 3 5 - . .1 Ruth, Who Tdofc HervLittle'CBrother's and lister's Lives nd Die . by Accident Herself. iHiiiiHaHaiHtfMmmmmmmmMimmtammmmmm

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. — 18 November 1911

THE TRUTH ABOUT THE KIND OF "BUSINESS": THAT - ' ' , WOULD BE HURT IF THErPACKERS' WENT'O JAIL. It Wouldn't Be YOUR "Busi ness"; It Would Be the "Busi- " ness of the Men Who've Been Going Through Your Pockets ' Why Not Hurt It? ' That old cry of "hurting'busi ness" is in again. Levy Mayer, attorney for the Beef trust, yesterday asked Judge Kohlsaat to help the nine indict ed millionaires evade immediate trial. Because if they were forced to go to trial just now, it -might "hurt business." Of course, by "business.'Levy Mayer does not mean your "busi ness; he does not mean the "busi ness" of feeding and clothing your children. Not at all. When a corporation attorney like Levy Mayer, who'courts'a fee by the hundreds of thousands of dollars, talks of '"business"- He means the "business" of the Trusts, the "business" of the mill ionaires who have fattened their swollen "fortunes on your hard ships. Your semi-starvation, and the hardships and semi-starvation of your children. In this case...

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. — 18 November 1911

why "his kind of "business" shouW along the work of robbing you." Tlh "Rpf triicf Vintrc fioriir tViov I . t . . iiuL uc uui u: - have a laueh comine' - ; - . T And not onlv 'hurt but P1 Will -Levy Mayer kindly say off the map? who find the law helping ' Miss Dillpickles Boosts a Line of Cosmetics Until the Beauty Colt Gains a Devotee at Her Own Fireside. I. -There's a regular home-coming week ahead of me. Going back to Taffeta & Balbriggan's :Not be7 hind the silk counter thpugh. Go ing to work the main aisle. Irs a York. Mr. C. is .proprietor orfi Cauliflower's Cosmetics. They're pushed all over the country." Taf feta & Balbriggan's is fo be the local headquarters of the boost game. They get their b'it otit.of Said I 'would do first rate to demonstrate Cauliflower Cosmetics " principally because I didnt need to use them myself. sort of a beauty position, iNone but good lookersneed apply, -Taffeta, sent for me Had me jneet Ir. , Cauljflawpi;- of "New - uoy; sohfiUe aosl'tr ...

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. — 18 November 1911

ipppiiiPiPHiPiimppiiii V tf j to'juggje-the stufPto" shpw,orie to; felPfprftany-'pfctheac fTrsVaids to the face. "But MrV Cauliflower didnft care ' Sfiid' L.wotflddb 'first rarte"tcfj emons$rate' Cauliflower Cosnijfctics pnncip'ajry i because I didn't need to use them jriy4ejfr "You'll passes in Affef'Tak fng," . he, caroled. ( "Get ljeR? You there as -armessengeryof glad tidings Yourshow'ho'w itfs dofle. 'For any htdvtriat will step dut, oftHe audiencel oi-will 'put qn Caiiljflbwer CosWtiHsjwith'a tpvel and seqd iher, ,home"vto -her lbve'd'dnes with" a new 'complex ion. You stageflvefprqper way oipplytngitJorjHepi.f:( t " Oh, very wejl. JTf they're easy enough tp let'me'rnake a palette of their iieatures, vh.y, it's easy enough for jde.Ap daub iqn the Digrnent. FIhhe,the 'wdlingest Iittle'RosaBonheuryouevensaw! . i. (Continued.) .v i 1, o o f, f , -, Saloonkeeprs Settle Suit 'Out of N ' .Court. J'i ( Litchfield; III.,, Nov?18. Sorts aggregating $55,000, brought by Mrs. J. E Warden,...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 18 November 1911

HOW LOW WAGES. AND JLONG HOURS HELP D&IVE GIRLS INf 0 THE UDERWORlD, : The Relation Between Economic Conditions and the Social Evil Shown in a Powerful and Convincing Argument by the Chicago Vice Commission. One of themost interesting and helpful features of the report of the Chicago Vice Commission is that which shows the intimate rela tion between low wages and long working hours and the SociarEyil. What the Vice Commission says on this -subject may helpf many, people to understand and appreciate the valuable service being ren dered humanity by organized labor in its persistent and determined fight for the shorter work day, a living wage, sanitary working con ditions and protection for women and children who work. The following quotation is from the official reportof the Chicago Vice Commission: . ; r "VII. Undue Nervous Strain From r Economic Pressure. -Qp. the economic side, the whole tendency of modern industrialism js to place 'too heavy a strain on the nervous system of a...

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. — 18 November 1911

would fall short of obtaining, accurate date, and would have no" foundation whatever on which to deal with 'vice. There are many men who own large, establishments who pay wages which simply drive women into prostitutipn. In all large cities the common school educates boys t and girls to desire at least a decent living comfort. It also educates them to discrimination, and they realize their own hard lot' when compared with that of others who are well off.' - "They go with ambition into the business or trades, but the girl soon finds out that she has reached the maximum $7.00 or $8.00 a week, when she becdmes discouraged, and either loses her ambi tion and joy of life, or essays some adventure, more or less hazard ous, to supplement' her meager wages. "Thus, among, the reasons why women or girls enter the life of prostitution, fhe economic question plays a more or less con spicuous part. The -low wages paid, the fact that in nearly all the employments open to wpmen, the maximum wage i...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 18 November 1911

for work. In one of the waiting rooms there were counted 48--girlsK, ranging from 14 years to 20. ,A large "number of them were con' tinuously studying the Want-Ac'pp'lumns of the newspapers.. Some, of the girls were in groups, but many, wre alone, and a large num ber spent all day without food. J , . "One girl said in answer to quesYiqns of the investigator that her landlady gave her something to eat in the .morning, that she absolutely had n6t a cent, that sh'e qwed for six weeks' board, and that she walked down town and trusted to picking up a newspaper, as she hadn't a cent to buy one. "The men procurers come two or three together,' and use all sorts of schemes to get acquainted with the girls. Other publiq waiting rooms, such as those in railway stations, are used in this manner. In any place where the poorer girls congregate, there are found the largest' number of procurers. "After this-investigation, a report was made to the managers of department stores, and conditions were ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 18 November 1911

vmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Of 445 Men Drawn, 5 Perma nent Jurors Have BeenSecured Los Angeles, Calv Nov. 18, In the McNamara trial today, Judge Bordwell qualified" the' eighth panel of veniremen Kfor interroga tion by both sides. To date 445 men have been drawn, from whom five perma-; nent jurors and one tentative juror have been secured. There are fewer than 300 names left of the original jury list, and when it is exhausted, the sheriff will have to draw the jurors from the regular county tax lists, with the supervision of the Superior court. Unless the attorneys show greater wimngness to am tne court in qualifying juror?, Judge Bordwell will order nighf. ses sions next week and he is deter mined that' a. jury shall be com pleted by December 1. The court is now sitting from 8 a. m. until 5 p. m., with a brief luncheon .recess. The lawyers, complain they are compelled to work too hard, but the court re fuses to accept excuses. He says when the jury is completed he may shorten the sessions,...

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. — 18 November 1911

tmm THREE OF THE BEEF BARONS IN- COURT TRYING TO3 , . DELAY' THEIRTRIAL- - $ Reproduction of a Photograph Takenun tlie Federal .Court, Chicago Arthur Meeker. Edward Tilden Thomas J. Conners. o 0 , THE PATRIOTIC HEN We have long contended that the hen is. one of the most useful citizens of the-republic. We did not claim that she was also the most patriotic, but as to that she speaks for herself. ' Dr. L. Q. Hoyt, of Mountain view, Cal., announces that he has developed a. strain of hens with red heads, white' bodies and blue tails. He has named her "The Three cheers for the red,' white y and blue! When you wear clothes like that every day in the year ydii ' will rank in patriotism with the .hen and jnot before! ' T 1 o o f- "Long prevalent belief that the-' surface of the planet Mars is cdv- ered,with'a net of interesting straight lines, commonly referred to as canals, is now abandoned. Patriot." ' The fines' are rows of 'Spots." , -; -v-Cs- mmimtmmmmmmmttm

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 18 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmm $. m 1 ' t ' GERTRUDE PATTERSON" fGN TRIAL MONDAY 4 .. Denver, Nov. ' 18. Gertrude Gibsbn'Patterson, who will gcvoh triaMhhcriminal court' next Monday, on charge of murdering heY husband, whonvshe slew, .she alleges, after he soldier, to, an other&nianhas neariy;cpmple.ted her autobiography, on which .She has been working since she was confined in jaiL,, ., "" vi In ithe document, 'the.vvvonin refers'to, her life- with" Jjnil Sjtrpuss-, the .rich" Chicago iclojhf ier, to whbm' ghfiaUeges'her. husband sold Ker-fox$l-,5Q0. Jhe alleges thatshe r was5 Jiving with Strous when she met Patterson zj.ndtht' Strauss1 gave"7rjieni?i weddingpresent of $ll500.Vftep they, married. Later, ttfe'doquV mentcorttinUes,-when her money was-gone, her husband suggeste4 that she tejl Strouss she woiild'gP totEuropewith hirnfop",lVSCK3; afnd she got t the .t mofteyr Y."f rjjfti Strouiss.. - .; j', "After they were'in'Eurbpe,fhe wo'man "alleges Patterson cabled that he mut haye more money -or...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 20 November 1911

a 5Q0.SO.'KEORIA STC :!? "-ffiEJjte , . ' frit.' MONROE 353. Vol 1,. No 46 'Chicago; Monday, Npy.tffi.IPrit -' - One-Cen? fAk BIG GRAFT KERS . , 4 )i If: fi chigago:newspa?ers;whack WITHPATENTMEDICINE E r , -V , . r f "22LU:.f 'Cz y Dr, Bernard Fantas Gives EiguresShowthg Annual, Ad 'J SomeEatenVMedicihes That 'Are Frauds ""'. - - - r :-. '' . "- -,- ". v.:i:if, ."?' ' xj ' ,---, lr vu.,,-K1;- i nmAian 4. einnnm the-newspapers: - '--"'. ' ' '" t)r: Beniarh(!Fantifsprofe'sXoY. of fnateriamedicarandfKeropTu tics, a.t the,m,edifcal college qf-the University -foi Iljinoisays, JHaj Chicago; newspapers -a ,actuial, partner of.ptentLpieciijeJinan ufgcturers Who 'unload fake ajid dangerousremedie$;on thepahjic in a lecture under the a'uspiqes: of the ChicagoMedical S'ociejyj InFantus readthe"foJlow,irig" statemeirof7l:J income-pf Chi- cago newspapers from 'these quabk sources -", TlTi ExaWinec.Crrrrv-.C.1. . .$120,000 American . .-.'. .'.. .'.. .,.'. -53 J500 News. ......'.. . 46300. Journa...

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. — 20 November 1911

alcohol, .about as much as sherry wine. "Lydia Pinkham's remedy is 18 per cent alcohol, and contains ndthing else worth mentioning, except water. Readers of adver tisers are requested to write Mrs. Pinkham for advice. (Here Dr. Fantus showed a photograph of Lydia Pinkham's tomb, showing that she died in 1883.) "The advertisement of Duffy's Malt Whisky, is endorsed by three clergymen. We investigat ed and found that one was a horse racer, another runs marriage bu reau and the third is a preacher in a small town. "Many babies lie in graves as the result of morphine poisoning from swallowing soothing sirups. (He read the names of eight habies who died from the effects of 'Kopf s Baby Friend,' and four deaths due ro"Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Sirup.' "Most headache cures contain acetanilid, a drug that has caused scores of deaths and made more fiends. "George H. Mayr, of Chicago, prints a 'circular containing cuts of gall stones, and says one dose of his remedy will rid you of them. His, '...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 20 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmm 7CHICAGOTABLOIDS Minnie ".Smith", 6, Aurora, searched'hous'e with candle fdr Santa Claus., -Foundinother with benzine- 'can.""."" Both painfully burned .' " " By .the? way,, has 'Freiberg's been' closed, .yet? - ' inspector pprman,Capt. Plun ketra'fld" liieuts: Ambrose and Howard: wiirfre tried" for neglect of duty: Hydvir service commis sion 'tomjD'rrWA "Neglect.of du ty" is ttQo polite. ; . Mrs. Esther "Johnson," 6066' Ab erdeen street,' hanged' herself with' "bedsheet yesterday. Had been:planning''tHp to Swe'denYor her-health.- - " " rDifferehce-betwedn- Pasquale SchiaVonebariker- iat.S. Halsted ' ahdPaylgr.-and relative's, settled dut" of, court. Schiavorte l gave theirf'$5,000.'Arfd. "lawyers-got nfostdf-"thatr'( Joseph JCoyolo, 1465 W. Chi cago struck "and seriously 'injur ed By car "while chasing boy who hit nim' with snowball. St. Eliz abeth's" hopsital. 'Mrs'. Rosie Boglisch, 1930 Sheffield, found dead ' in bed by husband. Gas ' escaping." $300 kept in house'miss...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 20 November 1911

over store signs in vicinity of S. Kedzie and W. Harridon James Young, 10, 4753 Ar- niour, died at home yesterday. Said Earl Davis and Austin Scott, playmates, kicked and beat him. "Brolaski is a liar, falsifier and perjurer." Nick Made-a-Million -on-my-Salary Hunt. Looks like Brolaski must have been telling thertruth. Levi Mayer says t he packers have been cruelly libelled. That's why they're so anxious to get into court and have their names cleared. "Women ought to have the bal lot because men have made such a mess of things." Miss Esther L. Edelson. After pondering on the Beef (Trust "case, federal judges, those 30 West Side business men who wanted the campaign against vice stopped because they might lose a few dollars, and Brolaski's story of the police force, we guess y6u're right, Esther. Bitten by pet rat, three weeks bid baby of Mrs. Patrick Allen, Minneapolis, is dying. Henry Reichman, 64, La Crosse, Wis., hanged himself be cause he lost all his money. Seventeen bodies take...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
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