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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 21 November 1911
wmmmmmmmm - NEXT SPRING: --' 7 'CVS .: "i! t j) mt t Two of the Spring Styles. Toledo, O., Nov. 21. The "bath-robe" suit and cloak have received .official endorsement for next spring's styles by the National Cloak, Suit and Skirt. Manufacturers," in session here," .The "bathroom" coat is a loose-fitting,-full- -length' .-' enveloping garment,', and were it'not for the belted effect at the" back and side and the'buttoning.in-fhe front allowing foraMonger-roll it- would -Ji wagreafegretsrewra 'mmtumtmMmMk
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 21 November 1911
wmmmmmmmmmmmmmm be difficult to distinguish it from ah ordinary bath-robe. All of the fashions fixed for:the coming spring emphasize straight line effects, Jooser even than the silhouette styles in vogue at present. ' The most pronounced change is the disappearance of the wide collar on suit and coat and the expansion c?fthe revere." Manufacturers decide this gives "a dressier appea'rahce. Belted' effects, a Parisian idea, will be niuch in evidence. Suit jackets- will be cut on straight lines, slightly fitted,' the predominating lengthsbeing 26 inches and'shorter, and with ;a tendency toward rounded front effects'. Skirts will be cut with -few gores and on straight lines, with some panel and tunic effects The slightly raised waist line and inside belting will continue in favor. One-sided effects will be featured. Separated skirts will be cut on suit skirt lines. Trimmings will give you the appearance of fullness. Separate coats will be fulllength, with loose, envelopfng effects.. ' ...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 21 November 1911
mmgm!Gm !JJiyllJ4PlJ4RI x The RosebShaYqn Blooms as 'Canaan Flaws'With Milk and jih$DaySOf'Yore'J n Honey, OnceMore. J,. O, -J.- J, J. ,1 J, ,'W J, l t 4 lr -4 ,-4- -ir t- A A A .. . T" T T- f T -T -T T T T1 T T f ' t T" T -I "1 TV. IT T" T J 5 A real '."Rose of Sharon" Type of Jewish girls Who work in colony vineyards. Jerusalem, ' Nov. 21. The dream of Zionists, the restoration 5j of Israel as a na'tion may ney.er be- realized, but whatever the outcome of fhc-agitation,Vone'''thing is certain :y ' l- - ; Zionism is rejuvenating the country which for-c'ountlesscen-turies has. laini dormant. 'The rose of haron which, for ages;fias been The new Palestine Wine cellars of JZechron Jacob colony, wilted and withered is blossoming as of yore. The vine and fig-tree of which' the bible speaks,mbut which, in the recollection of many generations have only been a memory,' are again a living reality. There are Orchards, of olive, orange and lemon trees, and miles of vineyards. The soil of Pales...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 21 November 1911
mmmmmmmmmmmmmm , . J , .- .- T -;; -"-- -t 7rT(:t Prominent Women in Labor World Who Are Striving for Better Labor Conditions for Women Who Toil. At the top, from left to 'right-Miss Mary E. Drier, president NewV York Women's Trade Union League ; Mra Raymond Robins, president National Women's Trade Union League; Miss Mary E: McDowell ylcepresident National Women's Trade Union League. At bottohi Miss Alice McHe'nry, editor woman's trade union publication; Miss Rose Scnrleidermann, New York factory worker and labor organizer; Miss Alice Nestor, official WonWs Trade Union League. .'
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 21 November 1911
wTvrToPsV-VVV3VVVVVS LIVE ONE MONTH, LIFE OF WORKING GIRL AND SEE NEED FOR ORGANIZATION, SAYS INSPECTOR By Helen M. Todd, Illinois State Factory Inspector. Wish that every safe, comfortable and .protected Woman might be forced, if only for one month, fo live the life of 1i working. girl in a great city, I would have her work the same hours eat the sarrie food, live exactly under the same conditipns that yomen working in laundries, restaurants and factories .liye. She should know what is meant to long for more food to put the strength she needed, for work into her hody; and not to, dare buy it because she wasn't earning enough 'money to ea.t "ajl she wanted." A ,'I woujd. ha'v.e .her, after her work was done, dazed with weariness and shivering with fatigue and cold, stand in among a mass of men on a street' car back platfornij where every rough push against her tired body, her swollen feet, caused her a.rigulsh. In her bare little flollar-and-a-half-a-week bedroom, without the possib...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 21 November 1911
wmHmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ?MSLAY vriA"532Aa' that.Valbhe theyare helplessfand . together iHey ..are,, .strong,"" for thejr -hearts will teach them. -'Ve will- then ';bave jthat-HCom- icYNTjHiA-QREY'S D$ILY CORRESPONDENCE WhitH. isvthe.'projer tinitial .for an. engaged "gjrlfo embroider Con r,adeship "among .women whicK will etfable us" to -have the substance of a civilization where now we have but' its shadow, ' t, irer'npjjsefiuju.nucu: y jryvuiu itbe bett?tbrusVfhe initial'of her gvennamer-IHH '-; " ,." 'Th . P-irl's-'own.' -'monoarranvis considered the rqbst "correct thing to jis,e., - " ' " .. -,w., .,;. f , , ( l.. v My j hubapfr has f ; been working in a" factory; for oyer a passfd', ,aimpstxeverd3&amp; .agirl whp isa tenographertanpther factoty. She had 'iieyer-"spoken to hiip. until'-last Jjfpnda-y, and now he saysf sjiejs peen.-speak-ing, ever since, , She has' never been introduced to him. Please advjs: (2) My'hairwas accidentally burned 'off. It fs-noy Iqpger v than ...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 21 November 1911
HfVVtn'tijmVnflMIMVHVUIMjJ f EXPECT YWRtj 50MCWP IN Tnt uu; BASEBALL YARNS . .. , By 3illy Evans, - t - Catchci Billy Sulljvan of the White Sox. is one of the greatest the game has ever known.. Although he is no longer a youngster, his arm is respected by the best runners. Sullivan is riot only a great catcher mechanically, but he has gray matter in abundance. Ea WalshTis a wondeful pltcHer. He would be with affaverage catcher, but isgeneraus enough tojfive credit to Sullivan for many, of his pitching records. During the game Sullivan Iceeps up a conversation. It is in debate with the batter that Sullivan shines. Recruits, until .the'ir weaknesses are discovered, "are ' feared as much as the veteraa slugger. Often they break up games' because the pitcher, not knowing on what ball they are weak, jj'uts itin the groove. To get a line,on newcomers and1 keep them from breaking fences, Sullivan engages them on various topics. Meantime, the pitcher is Durning them ,across. bulUvan's monol...
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 21 November 1911
WWWWWWWAUUUMAW!WWW "HIS STATE A WORLD'JVJQDEL By Herbert Quick. Wisconsin was bossed. Judge Keyes of Madison working with the lumber kings Sawyer and Stephenson and the railways and public utilities had the people by the throat. LaFollette had been defeated for election td congress in the landslide of 1892. He had served on the ways and means committee and had written the agricultural schedules of the McKinley bill. McKinley had offered him controllership of the currency. But he found the. railways in power over the caucusses and conventions of Wisconsin. They packed the caucusses. They ran the conventions.1 If a'rtian dared tp stand against the boss they rung his neck and threw him over the back fence.,, They brought "their lobbyists to legislatures in swarms "and they lined up shippers by rebates and shipping favors. LaFollette saw that the old caucus and convention system must be abolished and the power of ruling parties restored to the rank and file. About 15 years ago LaFollett...
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 21 November 1911
5JWTJ'7Smiimm n jui'w1w,"WM'.7Mi!r?Jli 'i i -i m njiiJ-' "'' ' ' ' 'M'V,11 ' ll s Ipionship of the direct statewide primary, has been the longestfight of his .career. In 1898 he was defeated in his campaign for governor but he wrote the platform calling for direct primaries. Two years later he was elected'on his own platform, but the Stalwarts -the anti-LaFollette 'crowdbought the legislature away from him. He "refused to compromise. LaFollette stood'firmly for the Wide-open primary, limtiation of Jhe use of money, prohibition of all other corrupt practices, and a system by- which the ' nominee .would always receive a majority' of the votes. -- Finally a primary law was passed with a referendum, under which it was not to be valid until ratified by popular q-ave the Stalwarts vote.. This a chance to under the old system. They laid" their plans to capture the convention by fraud and force and once in power, 'to, undo all the LaFollette people had accomplished in a decade of fighting. ...
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 21 November 1911
. nuu wjm444WU4!Ut n j i uu wnwi ,v -ASffu 4. l felbiiCffib-fv fcacoGafe. '-!' ' i :-;. ; Tirrs o... ... u- tMlEdfltttUd THE BOY WHOMADE-:HIS play Work -' V "Say, son what areyou going, to be when' you grownup ?"Sskfd Father. " '5" ". 'ar "Oh, just .anYarij-"" 'answered- "I hope soIGBuwHatWe?you going to do fora'iliviirfg'?": lr' "Do folks live?" ' "Yes, most c "Ah,'ttiatJs wliat'I-'me'ant when1 'Las JcedJ ypu-whaty,o"uint ended to 8of6r a- living.'" ' ''-'- i rrvcr-Ejiii .-.-.ir :.:tri. !,, -li0 JOUCSlUO.; -JUKI '.-.Wild. I wicjrj vc JlNot? veitordf t6n,7$Em Tfaf raid, rbutttbevYewvetv-ralichih'appier it ,iTr??VL- 'SL'i'JL'j tCt'Z'J. .-lai. '-' . !- 1. .. Vf . ",ti'-,r .! fIT 'have'tO'doUHirigsito -W&amp;o; tnqugptaMongtime. a - ' - sdunnp... v -, j'- J . people-do." Andeven -Teat'stwiat'L feared.-JJo you - - v t-jjt i .rt.r .- " if you didn't 'have to you would want to do some'thing to pay for the room you take ' up in the world. When you gp to a1 hotel, you pay for the ro...
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 21 November 1911
mmmmmmm wmm ? &amp; ' pet, only vojecae",yGUCAN'-i intacarpeu- -' Tag-PT&amp;ener-brsv?" -T&amp;1 ' "Huh! Tust as tpuchifun. as ruhnin' errands &amp;-" vr "Do you like c"bunt-irgout at, the beginning of thegane?" "Naw. Sounds just like the nine table and- LHAT Vithmetic." "You doa't ride ypur, bicycle anymore" ' ."' x " -Tu t j:'j-j.:ii Tr :-.. -' vvaij jl'uju tut x &amp;aw u pjwiucof a fellow in a tread-mill And after that J always, felt like him." 'How wouldyou?likea 'pony ?" Fred's iace brjighteriecj. "-His father-continued. " '' v. i -r "Then you cpuld'.rubiini down and sponge 4nmsan$fceiph'im and , bed hirnfdoy:? "GeeLain't'nQ Yfy stable," ' said Fred, : . "DoyoulikVto'playjuthprs ?" "Reminds me of grarnma'r and composition.'! " n ,? r "Wbuld-voulikfetoivel?"- - v Fred opened his imoijth to-iSaV i CO, 1 , - t -I rf 4 maps, leajnwhat makes.) the fame ot eacnjpiace'atia enjpy vgurseii generally." :.$' ; Fred gasped: itf JhmeuV'and loggerphy...
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 21 November 1911
1 it 7??vz..'zjrrTs.--'i?' .1 . r " WHAT,DAD SAYS;ABQUT;3 Dad 'says:. "Wfi'ejUa '"-!' a" news-1 ?'Tv papen, editor, us.es his"iiewspaper to boost 'himself, eplaylgaa lghty selfislisame.viAnHf'the flinny thing aBaut.lsr'thti4e 1 own :' " "timj; crin rfp re i 'i n -JNJfrwr i cisco and .Los Angeles;-' "an'd-ij aicdu oi us; of publicity people, he u As a result," He hdf4fsfih"w,ortd'i!: ngmweigni ing nis jjreaj. . weapgn fQthbefiy-tiiW sesit tiuoosHearst" 'tqhamnioq"ship"fp Effijtf 11. j i j - 1 j - li:.tiJ' FfrKW" fWC"eu 'neaana ::.KSK pWv11efethenwpapiers-r t Hearst.':'.. l ' i.Jt. frwnt.v- jrL.Lvi' knows it DUb'HearsUl4. . 1"I nqtice;''-a;rfys;ifaT Hears! gets a f(joldfiSh"ujaroan' to vwrite . cabregfa.msl- thankg Hearst for' helping' thVCKiii$s,eI .He gets :theV;ltalian1'Pe t D'Abruzzi tb'than;$m"fprYuslv-7 ing to the rescueiot'Ialt.aJ.K j.na'rae.. Somebfodyjji Ausjtjh?i,gp- , ing to pin medalsdhhiPl. ' "J"" "ButJ "it's YXcSQ30!ti away off sonfewfj"ere.'!...He(. won't help the railr...
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 21 November 1911
PPPWW? w 9 VALUABLE POINTER EOR DEPARTMENT STORES Here, is a new method by which" the department f stores may increase, djvidends : - v The board of education is considering placipg several school girls" in a jflat, furnishing them' with the "necessities" of life, and -determining the average cost of Bu if the plan is put into force t .will not settle the average cost of .living. -Such experiments, are oiot, conducted that way., v They wilj.mewly 4eam the lowestccjst of existence. "V ' , . iTheplan' was tried by the .school board in.CJincJnnatT. Itwas -demonstrated so the report savs that a working girl with knowledge offqod preparation could .getrsufficieht good food at an average cost of 12,ceqts per.day. . A girlj.therefo're., should be able to obtain nourishment for 84 .cents a, week. .And jthe schooj .board says the experimtnt wa successful. - . j j -, If .the" girl Acan,get enough to .eaVfor 4,cents, why pay. her the princely- sum of $5 awe,eic, ' For 84 cents can the girl kee...
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 21 November 1911
m mmmmmmmmmmmmm OSCAR AlfD ADOLEH SO LUF-ONE AnStHEKT IN YOUR 3ftM QF .FEET3all., Aixx-F. i NOTice you act comatose, we can NEF?R VIN A VICTORY Ef YOU BlAY BEFUDDLED ft VELC A3 0Ne-HEA3je:x. in xsr s FIRST BLACe r-rrrf. . -YOUR MINX) ISS INFIRM.YOUR BRAIN TRAFELS N 'A iwrteec-chair. your'TACuctics' ISS.ABOODT AS AIJ5.KJ A3 A MORIBUND FWMMY'3. IN OER. O -SECOND SLACG ) ' 1 1 J ... : YOUR flOFEMENTS ISS DILATORY LIKE A BROKEN 30WN BOX CAR CM A SIDETRACK! I ASK, J)OW6 HAF YOU ON CDeR TEAM KJNLY TO GUM VP DER QRfDlRoN Mrr tour GELmMris ' CARCASS. OR 10 WE haf you ME-RELYtt) VSfe AS A UtoSRSTpDY TO XCR PQSKN -BAH, VOT YOU NEED, nupiw OdONVtTKM, ISS MORE IVirrRFr T3PT3 U jgJj w--w-.- Af vyyw vvwiwvvvnivxjt: OO-POOOi
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 21 November 1911
mmfmmmmmmmmmmmmm i. . : ni 1 i say, ; yf JSi v v he! ' ' vS I . ' PREFERENCES ' By Berton Braley. My Uncle xJohn is staid and straight 4 And thrifty as a Scot He works froin early morn till late And he has saved a lot. My Uncle John's without a doubt A man to pattern on But I'm not very keen-about My Uncle John. My Uncle-Jim's no model man He-drinks to some exten,t, He lives upon a' joyous plan 4,Ahd he's improvident; " His word's no better than his bond His' usefulness is slim, ' And yet somehow'm veryfpnd. Of Uncle Jim. Now Uncle Jphn is good and true; And worthy of my praise - j While Uncle Jim has made a steM Of life ui many ways; But that wont change the tenn per of My heart's peculiar whim, My Uncle John I praise; I love My Uncle Jim. St. Paul man had two ducks. Met a friend, and in a spurt of generosity, saia: nere, nave one of my" ducks." They -walked ons together. Presently the friend said: "Let's drop" inshere and shake dice, my duck againstl .yours."' ; T. P. Morgan, plea...
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 21 November 1911
p- , if ?-X ' mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm TWOOF THIS:SEASON'S-FOO.TBM;STA?STf -- I -t. -'-. -m - r A. j Sf'' jv"' " jiSBf Hiiro .'y Capt.-J3ob Fisher, Harvard; Charlie" Paul, Yale Tackle. . - -; u- WEIGHED 500 DIED' Mrs. Lena M. Richards, Philadelphia, died' a heavy death 'today. Been .sick three years, steadily, increasing in weight. Doctors say it was due to fatty degenerationof the" heart' mus cle. Shewasff33 stood six fee't, and weighed' 500. ' French' scientist says two' finger-prints, just , alike can be found once"in the period if takes for the sun togrow cold. Well, that's -seyeralyears-yet,
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 21 November 1911
pppppppppuppw THE WORLtf WENTY-FQUR POURS OF'lts'jOYS AND TROUBLES, WITH -THE FRILLS LEFT OFF . Potato Mayor Shank, is going to sell 1,000 turkeys to residents of Indianapolis, at cost for Thanksgiving. s High school students of Springfield, Mo., who waylayofhers accompanying girls to social functions and forcjbly remove their socks in presence of girls will be expelled, says Principal Howes. .Well, well! Three men killed -and another 'dying, result of firVin Hote Dentop, Nashua, N, H. 20 others wjio jumped from wjndows are in hospital.' v Geo. B. Cox, boss of Cincinnati, today gave, up control of Cincinnati Trust company. Depositors must-feel better now. Edward Logard East Grand Forks, Minn., started to slit throat of wounded moose. Thinking it over in hospital. Mrs, Polly De Jearj, 101 years old, died at La Farge, Wis., today. Janitor of La Crosse, Wis,' City "(Mission forgot to-turn out gas under water heater jn dormitory. Gas used up all oxygen in room, and the 8 tramps who were...
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 21 November 1911
-m-hijv" JiHPlPWPWWa91PUJ9lP first Hospital1 for consumptiyes in thiscountry. ' i " It now appears that massacre of white missionaries at Hsien' Fu, China, was only incident in removal of Manchus, President Fogel of the Phillies said today the spring series with the Athletics would begin March 30: Hal Chase today resigned as manager of .the Yankees. He will remain as a player.. Harry. Wolverton'is spoken of for the vacant berth. Phil de Clamecy, fake .nobleman and bad check man, who sat on .Boston Superior Dencn .as- guest of judges, sentenced to 6 years by former host. . Gossiping women cause half the troubles of the world says Judge Orbison, Indianapolis, He's safe. No woman ever admits it. Sarah Bernhardt, .67 and a great grandmother, has kidneped Lou Tellegon, 26, Flemish actor in her company, andvis going to marry the child. If Sarah" isn't divine, she at least goes' on forever. Paul Rainey of N. Y., has arrived in Johannesburg, S A., with 26 lion skins. Says he killed owners i...
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 21 November 1911
service expert, fears that America is going to experience a class war. If some persons cpuld get it through their heads that -,the ONLY class in this country is the people, life would be a lot easier. But we agree with Raymond' when, he says: "The man who O does not give a living wag to his employes and forces girls from the path of right should not hav a pew in' .the church." Only strange thing is that they do, and generally near the front. Stocks fell in Wall Street when" J. Jierp. Morgan stubbed his toe in church. Its a tunny worlq. Still, it may 'have been because Pierp. was 'in churcla,vand not on account of the stubbed toe. Government's case against Bathtub trustwill be tjeguri in JDetro'it federal court, Jan. 30,and continued in our next volume. John W, Hogah, Cumberland, (Wis,, just'come hqme from hunting trip in. L "Rocky, Mountains. Tells, fine' story of 'existing for four daysori"Graham crackers, ' horseflesh and whisky. Where'd John buy that whjsky? Danville, 111.- Forme...
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 21 November 1911
wmmmmmmmmmfsmmmmmmmmm 'makes 'bold "charge,': ; Atlanta, Ga., Nov: 21. The 'American Federation of Labor convention was thrown into' an uproar, this afternoon when John Mitchell, former preside'nr'of the United 'Miners, charged that the miners convention .was packed, by use of fraudulent credentials, when the miners forced him to resign from the National Civic Federation. "President McDonald of the miners demanded that Mitchell submit proof of his charges ' to the next convention of the. miners, and Mitchell promised to do so. The trouble arose over the adverse reportjof the committee on. a resolution demanding that all officials, of the A. P. of L resign from the Civic Federation. MrDonald made a bitter attack on the Civic Federatfon and 'the Steel Trust. PACKERS' LATEST MOVE Counsel for the indicted beef packers sprang another surprise today when they appeared before Judge Kohlsaat and moved for immediate entry for his decision quashing their writs of habeas corpus, and granting t...