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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 20 November 1911

? shot and killed yesterday. Po lifcemen accompanied her at cere mony. Dr. Young, American woman doctor and wife of Scandinavian missionary, among the massacred at Hsien Fu. . Joseph Katz, a tailor, struck on the head with ax and probably fatally injured during quarrel with his brother, Anton in their home, 626 Maxwell street. An ton Katz arrested; Jos'eph in County hospital. John Gerdhardt, 819 Independ-ence-blvd., held up and robbed of $130 by two men at W. Adams andS. Franklin. ' Adolph Boehm, the composer, called on his wife in ner home at Berlin to attempt a reconciliation, failed, shot and killed himself. Apartment, of Miss Cora B. Faclner, 3226-Indiana ave.. looted. Jewelry and furs worth $1,000 taken. LEVY MAYER "EXPLAINS" . TROUBLES OF TRUSTS Levy Mayer, attorney for the Beef Trust, in a copyrighted ar ticle pn federal control of corpor ations, in the Tribune, says: -"But aside from this intoler able, doubt as to financialxcqnse quences there is the anxiety growing out of t...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 20 November 1911

TEN BEEF BARONS HAPPY AS TRIAL IS CONTINUED Ten millionaires are prancing with joy today. Federal Judge Carpenter this morning continued the trial of the indicted Beef barons until Wednesday. Carpenter could hardly do otherwise. Kohlsaat attended to that .Saturday night. - After quashing the writs of ha- Heas corpus, and granting an ap peal, which he separated 'from the question of the guilt or inno cence of the packers, Kohlsaat dispelled the gloom that sur rounded the beef barons by an nouncing that he would not enter the quashing of the writs until (Wednesday. ( 'That 'is: The. writs were quash ed, but in order that the Beef Trust lawyers might find some way in which to delay the actual trial before. Judge Carpenter, Kohlsaat is not going to have the quashing of the writs formally recorded in black and white until Wednesday. So Carpenter had to continue the trial of at least nine of the Beef barons. ' One he could have tried J. Ogden Armour, for whose bene fit Judge Kohlsaat neve...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 20 November 1911

BEATTIE-iNDIFITERENT; - MAINTAINS INNOCENCE Richmond, Va.pN6v.20.-rrA remarkable-contest; for'the'soul of Henry (Slay Beattiejr., 'condemn ed to die.iri.fH&elepfncrcha'ir next Friday,0 is beihg-carirecl'loh here today.'. ": r.".:;; It becanie-knbwn today "that if there was"any respite from Gov. Mann, :i't' would "be1 ohl'y'-to give the ministers jnore'time'4d"fight h'-MSiiT&M m . f -. ?Z&.ir,S . 'SZ-.VJSr --. .XV Vf-j'- Henry Clay Beattie,; sr., aged' father of condemned man. who has pleaded with Gov. Mann of .Virginia, for-the life of his son. - for the soul of - the convicted man." But the general opinion is that the pnosecufioiiVonfront ed with hundreds of' letters ap pealing f,or jrepeve'ear the re- cousin, .Paul, an epileptic sufferer. If .Beattie should confess, the mur-' der of. his wifej his friends would have nothing on which to. base' their appeals.' ( . . In the meantime Beattie is ap parentlystolidly indifferent to his fat,e, and smokes cigarettes inces saptl...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 20 November 1911

violent emotional outbursts, ap parently without provocation. While -the last one was testi fying Spencer fell into a violent hysterical "spell, weeping loudly. His wife sought to quiet him,'but failed. DIFFICULT FOR STATE TO GET CERTAIN EVIDENCE Los Angeles, Nov. 20. Un less the state can- produce the wreckage which it is alleged was used by James B. McNamara in destroying the Los Angeles Times, and show it was identical with that which the police allege was found "by them at" the home of Secretary Zeehadler, of the Merchants and Manufacturers' association, the latter bomb will not be allowed in evidence against the defendants. This is the belief of the defense attorneys in the McNamara trial today. In addition it is unlikely that any of the clocks, bombs, etc., found, according to Detective Burns' story, at Indianapolis, will be admitted by Judge Bordwell here. Associate counsel who have been working on the case for Dis trict Attorney Fredricks are said to have told the prosecutor...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 20 November 1911

AWGMAN,S EXPERIENCE ;AS CHICAGO SALESGIRL , Jn" place of the usual comment on the Vice Report', today,' The Day Book presents a true story by. a marrjed woman, who tells of her'own experience while work ing in a department store in Chi- r Following is thp.story: 'By "a Married .Woman. 'eWhe'nI read' Articles in The TJay, Bo'okJ of,. existing conditions in Chicago "department-Stores my blood 'boils, and" "it recalls the many 1 temptation s J jencoun te'red while earning a-living in my girl hood 'days. J "You cannot realize 'how true the, evil conditions 'are until you have been up against them your self. 1 was 'employed 'in one of the' downtown department stores hefore, I. married and me: with many temptations. Thfere ae many ways' in which he keepers of low reports try to win over the friendship of pure, , innocent working girls. ,' P recall an-incident which hap pened" to ihe'sqme years ago. , An elderly 'woman, 'dressed fairly well, made'it a point to take th"e' same caV Irdicl ev...

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. — 20 November 1911

xvathe keeper of a resort on 39th street That is only a sample' of the tricks these low resorts keepers try to play on poor innocent girls from the country who come to ;work in our department stores. I knew many girls whom I worked with were too weak to overcome some temptations, N,ot all of them, but? a good many. Some -were working for four and five dollars a weak and wearing the best of clothes. One girl who was earning' five dollars a week was paying two dollars for a room, had to buy own meals, clothe herself and shealways had the finest wearing apparel. She even wore silk un derwear. How .could she do it "on that small salary? I don't know. I was making ten dollars a week and had to scratch and scrape. And I wasn't wearing but plain clothes either. And there are hundreds of oth er ways these temptations are confronting the girls. Some of the keepers of low dives will come into a store and buy from one girl every day for a week or . two weeks, just to get in conversation with h...

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. — 20 November 1911

WW w " "-af BASEBALL' YARNS By Billy Evans. v 'Alexander was the pitching sensation of the National league ,last summer.' Umpires say he is the real thing. From the start he "delivered the goods." Little at tention was paid to his' first "few victories, but he soon attracted attention. It was anything but agreeable for the leading 'teams and star pitchers to fall before "Alexander the Great." Bob Emslie tells of a retort by Mc Graw last summer. Alexander had the Giants at his mercy. Mighty few men got on the bases, strike-outs being numerous, ft seem ed as if Hank O'Day wa"s calling nothing' but strikes, while' eve'ry one of Emslie's decisions on the bases appeared to go against the Giants. It was, not tough enough that theGiants couldn't hit Alexander, but both umpires were seeing everything the Philadelphia way. "Late" in the game McGraw tshifted from the third base coach ing lines over to first base, near where 1 was standing says Jims lie. "He remained quiet" vhile two men were ...

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. — 20 November 1911

?vV- V-v?" . r Whereupon "Silk," nuich per turbed, cut short his speech and informed Wolters that he would also know the way to the .club house shortly. " IT MADE GOOD --T2 ' "Were you disappointed in that automobile you bpught, which was advertised as a 'snap,?' " "Not in the slightest it turned turtle." o 7O THE WEATHER OUTLOOK Colder General ly fair tonight and Tuesday, for Chi cago and vicinity ; but with increas ing cloudiness Tues day; shghtlycolder tonisfht, with low est temperature about 25 degrees above zero; diminishing north west winds tonight, becoming light and variable Tuesday morn- HP " URGE WOMAN SUFFRAGE AS INDIVIDUALS The Chicago Federation of La bor, at its meeting yesterday, de clined to circulate, as a body, a petition asking for woman suf frage, but agreed, as individuals, to give the proposition all the im petus possible. s "To indorse woman suffrage at this date would be ridiculous,' said President Fitzpatrick of the federation." Co-operation of the federatio...

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. — 20 November 1911

wmmmmmmmmmmm CYNTHIA GREY'S ANSWERS (1) What is the proper way to acknowledge a gift to an infant? (2) Give good recipe for creamed potatoes. F. F. F. A. (1) A little note of thanks written by the mother, expressing the appreciation of both parents. (2) Dice cold cooked potatoes and heat in white sauce made in this way: Melt a tablespoon butter in ,a pan, stir in one tablespoon flour and add sufficient milk in which to heat the potatoes. Season, add -potatoes and heat through. (1) I am 16, have black hair ana eyes and fair skin.' Am I pretty? (2) Am in the eighth grade am I far enough ad vanced? Black Eyes. 'A. (1) It depends altogether upon the expression. No matter' how pretty your hair, eyes and skin might be, if you have a surly or discontented expression you are not attractive to others. (2) Yes. Fight Public Dance Evil. , Chicago Hebrew Institute be lieves it has successfully over come the evil of public dance halls on the west side in giving a dance every Saturday night at th...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 20 November 1911

iii ,..., i LMiMHinnHHniH i---.-?;t-v--..:v":V54 'VV.A-v-- rt.-u-Wvvii?.4 -vvvsntt -i-l?5-iM.-J(-4i. ' J JL u.LJLWKEIWiB LABOR FEDERATION WILL CONDUCT CAMPAIGN TO ORGANIZE NATION'S WOMEN WORKERS By Max Hayes Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 20. A vig orous and aggressive campaign of organization will be waged by the American Federation of La bor among the women workers of the country as a partial result of the eloquent address delivered by Mrs. Raymond Rabbins of Chi cago, president, of the National Womens' Trade Unton league. The present membership of the N. W. T. U. L. is upward of 50,000. As a sequel of the strikes of the shirtwaist makers in New York, the Ladies' Garment Work ers in Cleveland and the Tearl Button-Makers in Muscatine, Ia., the workers of the country have become -greatly aroused, and or ganization talkisrfe eyery where. As a result Mrs. Robbins and Secretary Agnes Nestor believe, the league will havelFully 100"000 members by the time'-the next federation t convention ' ' meets ...

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

w ,,t believe there are-nobler purposes Nevada has produced color Jess apple. AIL right, solong as it Sisn't tasteless-. in this life than.-ihat of-monev-- grabbing and, parasitism. - t - o ro- -THEYWIttXRYrjIM McNAMARA", Robt. T. Brain. Byrbn Lisk. F. D: Green. These men wilMielp decide the !fate of Jim McNamara. They have been.passed by 'both prosecution . and .the""- deferise. Robt. T. Brain is a carpenter; F. D.t Green, a"- rancher, and Byron Lisk is president -of a milling company in Los . Angeles. All three declared., that ,they, could give Jipjjfag'frial. Green will probably He. fore man of the juiy - j t AGRIWORSHIP A new interest, a.new passion, almost a new religion is bound up in' that new and rather unwieldy word. It'means' "the. worship of the soil." : Men are, turning to it every where as to a rock 'of refuge in a weary Iand.J They pray to the earth jj'Qive.us thjs.xlajypur daily bread." And lo Lthe prayer is -answered. m

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 20 November 1911

-H?xVAS'v-xH?w3VHVTSH4,rt'S WHO IS LA n ' :-tr&r. nmaiH BY HERBERT QUICK What sort of a man is LaFol Iette? This is one of the -big questions of American politics today. As a matter of fact, "Bob" he is always "Bob" to his friends is a arm, sunny- latured man, la compamon- "able chap, the iideal chum for la journey or a camp, whose life "revolves like a planet with a triple focussed orbit Herbert Quick, about three things his home, his friends and his public service. In all three worlds the law of his life is democracy. In the conversation about the LaFollette fireside, all are citizens of a little democracy, and the sug gestion of either of the boys, Bob and Phil, or of little Mary, the youngest, are received respect fully, as they are offered freely. Mrs. LaFollette is an equal part ner in all things with the senator. When the elder daughter Fola now Mrs. Middleton, wife of Mid dleton the dramatist desired to go upon the stage, her absolute- rjgfct cirtlffipsefirtf hfifiiJifc ...

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. — 20 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmm JLLETTE ? three college boys. .niuuijg nis inenus .tne senator is a Wue brother to all. The house is open as an Arab tent to hundreds who have b. Below Vlary and Mrs. LaFollette. the entree. The friend' walks in -with out ceremony, 'and takes his 'bite to eat andia" sbztfztth6ifife?AN$ A&iihtet idriofc pers6n:SS-rgrtize'&etfefitherBiif''! "Bob"NLaFol lette "has lived for 20 years in an atmosphere of the most strenuous warfare, and yet has kept his nature sweet and ane. The world wondered why Lincoln could remain so frees from morbidity with all his cares, and struggles, but finally found the answer in his saving sense of . humor. The same fondness for jokes, for ,good stories, for the laugh that clears away the "clouds; is a distinguishing feature of this man LaFollette. He likes the typical humor of America. He. sees in the personages of public life actors in a drama full o'f hu. mox as delicious as that of Bill Nye, Mark Twain or Artemus Ward. He likes the humor...

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. — 20 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm plain human beings . of like strengths, possibilities and weak nesses just plain "folks." As to personal ambition of the burning, selfish, Napoleonic sort. LaFollette has nonedf it. He is a poor man and always will.'be for he cares little for money. He might have "been rich had he cared to make the sacrifices neces sary to' obtain riches. But he HAS boundless ambition of the, sort which took -Lincoln from his law office to stump the nation against'slavery. This is the am bitiorf'fbr service. He believes that the only hope of the; nation lies in the tipumph of real Democracy. 'Of the constructive statesmanship in which he has al ready so signally triumphed I shall have more to say tomorrow. (In the next article 'Quick will tell how LaFollette made the election law of Wisconsin a modej fpr many other states a big piece of -constructive statesman ship.) o o - AN INDEPENDENT JOKE Independent tobacco dealers protest against the U. S. court's approval of the Tobacco Trus...

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. — 20 November 1911

THE DIARY OF DIANA DILiLPICKLES Miss Dillpickles Boosts a Line of Cosmetics Until the Beauty Cult? Gains a Devotee at Her Own Fireside. n'W90m P One after another let me pile on the whole list.of Cauliflower, Cos metics without a whimper. II. Demonstrating Cauliflower's Cosmetics is so amusing it is a regular peal of laughter. All I have to do is to stand in the main aisle with the different prepara tions stacked up by' me and talk about them. Mob of shoppers listening and looking on. Now 'and then I mesmerize one and have' her kt-me-tiy-the Cabbage Compound on her or the Fore Pabulum for starved skin, or the Camphorated Cdve Oyster for callous collar bones, or Cauli flower's Caviar for the Complex ion, or whatever lit may be. One after another let me pile on the whole' list of Cauliflower's Cos metics without a whimper. Howl ing, success. Big sales. Mr. Cauli- run o1 001$ isq c8.Ifi zjzo -sq sgori srii bast 3rIT .boog jigo' rb3 AioY va "A I Alun iMMMiiiilMfiilttlMiiHi

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. — 20 November 1911

mmmmmtmmm "Take Home a few dozen of the cosmetics, Miss Dillpickles," he remarked before leaving 'to start the ball rolling in the next town. "Give them to your friends. There may be suffering faces mutely crying for it." Considerable of a prince Mr. Cauliflower. Here's my chance to be a she-Samaritan. Wonder whom I'd better slip those cos metics to? Whose face needs to be alleviated? I'll look 'round. (More tomorrow.) -i o o TEN COMMANDMENTS FOR YOUNGER GENTLE SEX Rev. William B. Millard of the Morgan Park Congregational church issued the last chapter in his "new decalogues" yesterday, with ten commandments for the gruidance of erirls. , The pastor supplemented them' with a" few trenchant remarks, among which was : "The average society girl wastes enough time on dancing and cards to perfect herself in half a dozen arts. "Don't let your mother's kind ness make you selfish." Prospective husbands in the congregation thanked the minis ter particularly for the third com mandment. Follow...

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. — 20 November 1911

CAN YET VOTE IN PROGRESSIVE CONSTITUTION By W. Gr Shepherd. Santa Fe, N. 'M., Nov. 20 I'came over into New Mexico to see what they meant when they said that the' "little blue ballot" had carrie'd this budding new state at the recent election. Yes, the little "blue ballot" car ried the day and it means that the corporations Svhich cooked up a constitution ior money and big business rule in New Mexico were routed horse, foot and dra goons. When the territorial' constitu tional convention "met it was found that the railroads, the pow er companies and big land' com panies had somehow succeeded in getting a safe voting majority. , And what th'ey did to that con stitutionwas a sin! Judge A". B. Falf,'once "a. Demo crat, now a Republican, and a candidate put forth by the big in terests for the United States senatorship of New Mexico, openly said : "New .Mexicty. jscorp oration State and it needs laws that help corporations." And then they fixed it up that there should be no amendment to th...

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. — 20 November 1911

OSCAR AND AD.OLPH AS FOOTBALLERS AlS. "RISHT, EF ' ' "- .-f- ' ' YOU SAY 50, OSGAR, ' T. I - I HOUD ID R)R f , YOU TO KICK. - OlI'CH'!! 7 -r " ' " l I V ' "7;"" : cr ' DOTTIM. - 'TSN IMIS363) mi ) ..,MlNUDeS DflS, . ni-c, uu-. . i , . I ViCU'BE HARD (Zi m I'tf.' 111. VI JNw Nf.. V-ft . S3&SJS Atf m. n'j 6 35iU l""ft!KijaiUiJK 1 as, 2 n TeHv fiaRBSSS J 3itj-e5fk'r ytlMpJ -.uiilj soicl 33od juts io

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. — 20 November 1911

4ere ro' Punt kd, PUNT IB . ??2fc$Pfi' f AH. SOT T)HEY5U ' DlDNVD MISS 135 .' HA-HA-H ' i , ' LVir-i V va; i- O V.",KV k s& 3X A v- ml i SOMETHING NEW . Whatever way we take bdys, 'Mid roses- or 'mid Tue, Life never falls to Woo us, There's always something new. !A.t every turn we take boys, There(waits for openeyes Some worider of the 'highway, Some Splendor of fne skies. Each day has some new treasure That never shone before) . ' , iPhe old sun paints new pictures Upon a ca$in-door; . We 'cannot grow "aweary ?, , So long as we may see, For something new is waiting. Each hour for y'ou and me. - -s o ' ' . ComprSefl?ke thel latest thing. Little rdges-pre-j arent your potatoes from getting too friendly with your boiled onions, etc. Wonder why some body doesn't invent a brain' plate of srmilarpattern to prevent ideas from getting too mixed up ? o o tL he only entrance to the mon astery of St. "Catherine on Mt. Sinai, is highp in the wall, and visitors must be hauled up by a rope. ...

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. — 20 November 1911

10'S lUf - VI" 1 . ' I " - tii. .' i -i -; i ;l ' 1 kfatttf THE LITTLE 'GIRL.' WHO. vMADE HER WORK Vti, AYX h "Come here, Little "Work?, and plav with me !"; 's'aid Dpttfie1 Dumpling. "Yesmampia; rl'K She ran to the gas Fange.rid tapped the pipe; sjfvjAg, "Ho; Ite, Sas'Geni, do youwapt;to'igejt''on like the Gem tn thejug wHi(h the fisherman found"5" , . v ' 4. "Certain sureJsaid thejGas f - v fc$ lon'ce. ' $ 1 cjid f Ji-f 1i.ti ii j isllerlpigtifjjof yon .wow. s Ifhetle'gir'ljhgditlie roatcj r4h?gf-t)djth(as. Genj jlnavlinWeriand soon 'bbiledlthea&f.and' mftde- the brea&V5&elitfle , girL h. ,1 - i -v --l - r- -.-.....-'J - - Gem for the little girl" answered' for him. " " ny v "All right. -Crawl' up " close.' Now, one, two, three, come!". - She turned the' ,hjtle. screw wheel and the Gas Geni leaped:inr to the burner. "Hiss TJie.-s'aid. i "Oh, will you though Y' ; ried' the little girl ami-shut off 'the gas. "You see, you needn't'hissrat'rhe, forul nVpatfthcofkcba"dqanW ...

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