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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 2 November 1911

HAS TEN BOYS, -ONE BALLTEAM, NOW-FATHER'S1 AMBITION IS FOR -A RUGBY TEAM 9 jKKs. iP s. 4f& ", ' ' The Harris Family. ' '.- 'WJfen, the children of JUrand (Mrs-Thomas H-Hai-jris of Berke ley, Cal., city totaled seven boys, the faCher, who wasvan athlete in his college days, said boastfully: "Now I have.a hocker team.'' 1 But hfs great ambition was a baseball nine, a real "home team.'4 of little Harrisies. j He has had his-wish and more. The all-Harris ball club was com plete three years ago and there is a tenth boy for utility work on the team. Harris' friends are nov worrying him with inquiries as to S " Kansas professor is said to be sitting up nights drafting a law to compel all men to wear whiskers. He is trying to get it through be fore trie women are allowed to whether he has ambitions for a. Rugby team, fifteen players. 'Who knows ?" is the' way he always answers. , 'The oldest of the Harrisboys . is 12; the youngest one year. ' ''iNone of them has ever re- t quired a doct...

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. — 2 November 1911

r smJsmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 1 - ' f SUCH FINE MARKSMEN i SUCH 'A- BAFFBING RABBIT! 1 mr, apoufi seE rabbit "SITTING 3?OWN Ji .. r.o . 7 - v ' . " . -v, - Let u3,both A Is, , . I riKK! te33 UNO - "w. - Mrr both V IRE! Vfe33-UNT, -. 1 -N-kt - '- Mrr both I t "SVf '2 BARRELS! uKx " mm:- i'H '"-ZSV ll llthtAUHl'JJI IIUXJlUi, 'II il .,1 IIUUS. 1 flNgawfwrf i ndfP&Hmo j A3 &iipw&i . . -noo sit 297nob ?q ifiiliifiiiiiiiiifiiiiiitfiiill

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. — 2 November 1911

i H8 must wp XHoMsf y ' e: i I f ; -: r The Social Centers Will Stimulate Newspapers Madison, Wis.,,Nov. 1. "The frde press is not free and the plipHc school is not put to its largest usefulness and in 'some communities "is in danger of the siltjhe halter which has Gobbled tlie press," said Livy S.UJichards, editor of The Boston Commons, iri an address before'1 the nation al, conference on social center de velopments. ' (?Mr Righacds said that the sale of newspapers independence to business interests "is inevitable so long as newspaper readers let big Advertisers carry three-fourth of tKe burdeji . o supporting the Newspapers while they -themselves carry orily gne-fourth," and that, sucfefbing the cateeufhers is no, better, assurance of honest public information -on ' public questions than through the revi val of our schoojhouses and other public forums of free and fearless discussion. . "The only- possible remedy under, existing, commercial stand ards is for-th'e-reader to pay what...

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. — 2 November 1911

ia. Fr I stitutional free.d6mto that on-the implied 'Contract-ok printing'' true informationof public "value'. It must',be''helcfitoiits obliga tion." . " '-., oo-- May Be-Richfejjon's Lawyer. Congressman Robert ;0.-Hains-Congressman Kobert-O.- Hains has been askeci 'to'erjve as coun sel for-Rev. " Clarence 5'Richeson, accused of ''the murder of Avis' Linnell. . . NO ALASKA PARTY LINES ALL PROGRESSIVES" Seattle,-Nov. 2. 7lis perfect ly evident that in Alaska the pro gressives are intan o'venwtielmihg majority. .The division between republicans and 'democrats seems substantially toMiave-disappeared and the only' party lines are those reactionaries, monopolists from anti-monopolists." " . . " TljaVs yrhat Gifford Pinchot aidin Seattle'the other day. Pin chot is genuinely enthusiastic over Alaska Alaska physically and Alaska politically. His mis sion there was not in ariy sense a "political, one, but Alaskans pverwhere came to him'with in formation. "Tne strongest impression I bring ba...

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. — 3 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm t v--;r:.s -r -.- 5Vf T - J "r 4-''-r3yT' ,7 s. . " rf M v I 500 SQPEORIA 5T "' .398 i 't M $EL--MONRQE 353 Chicago Friday N6vember 3,' 191 1. rVICEi COMMISSJON'SREPQRTUPONTHE EVIU . EFFECTS OOVERWOFiKlUPdN MORALS;: : ' OtferiflorA,' CHpplesAKeMdyRmns Health, SKprtensr - jLze Stunts the mind, tleaves theSy'stem Jfldgd- ajrw. 'Wornfotid'-LeadsitQ Di'ssipalianzrA Powerful Argu . rhentdn Favor cff'the'Shorter-'Work-day.'- ' J" ' ., f ''- ,)-.";',' j ; ' '. f-.. If 1 . For many ycais organized-labor has been" fighting, fonan. eight-; hour, workaday--r Many obtac.les Tkavebeeh "encountere"d :. many have Veen Werbme-and(tHere"are many,, still, inithVway. .. j . ' probably i1reverybddy h&d, understood howniuch was Jit stake lo the'en'fjrel human race, the shorter wofk-davwoula have .been won with less trouble. - . I -1 . I But because njarly, did .not- midpstarild, and. dp, not vet under stand, labor's" fight' for" this 'one' prmciple'tnakeY neaclvyy -slowly-j-, inch by...

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. — 3 November 1911

wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm wprn-out body, is a mighty unsafe, receptacle for a .healthy souJ. But- many of us the great majodity of us don't seem to know that to long hours of labor may be -traced much of the vice of our city life. . r In our judgment one of the most significant and valuable rer sults of the investigations of the Chicago Vice Commission, is that ' the eminent men and women on that Commission learned there are limitations of physical as well as moral strength, and that there is an intimate relation- between these two strngths. - In the early days of Labor's struggle .for the eight-hour day, doubtless there were some who thought no deeper than to think that the ignorant working man- merely wanted more time to loaf and more time to drink. Eew of them even imagined that overwork and almost hope less conditions were in some measure responsible for overdrink. ,. And still fewer, probably, saw any. connection between long hours and morals. On' this topic the vice report gives in...

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. — 3 November 1911

wmmmmmmmmmmmmmm full investigation of hours of labor and the-results of nervous strain caused by machinery and "occupations where machinery is chiefly employed and operated by women and girls." To supply,-in some measure this 'missing data, the Vice Com mjssion quotes from the results of other investigations. One quo tation is from Massachusetts Legislative 'Document House, 1866, No. 98, as follows: - .'. "The effect of overwork on morals-is closely related to the in jury to health. Laxity of moral fibre -follows physical debility. When the working day is so long that no 'time whatever is lef t-f or a minimum of leisure or home' life, relief from the strain of work is sought in alcoholic stimulants and other excesses." " The next quotation' fs 'from Page 22, "Relations Between LaboV and Capital," U. S. Senate Committee, 1883, Vol. 1: "Overwork is the fruitful source ofjnnumerable. evils Ten and eleven hours daily of hard' labor are more than the human system can bear, save in a few ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 3 November 1911

1 indicated in this article and much more plainly but even this. is. enough to show-that the craving for alcoholic stimulant-and thevfci ous excesses to which its lise too often leads, is not a natural craving, nor the weakness necessarily a natural weakness but that the greed, money-madness and cruel inhumanity of many of the employ ing class leads them to .drive men, women, and children workers to physical, mental and moral exhaustion and on to degradation and death.' - , ATTORNEY ANp DETECTIVE FOR, THE DEFENSE T Showing Attorney Dunbar for the defense" (on. the 'Jeft) and Detective Burns, who, is helping Rev. Richeson in" his 'defense. Burns beat the prosecution's detectives to Richeson's Cambridge home and got many love letters. Charity Cuts 5,444 Families Off Its List. Some folks who have incomes running up to $200 a month, and own' bank accounts as high as $7, 000, have been getting medical at tendance free, and profiting- by the Cook county charity supply statioris'for flour,...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 3 November 1911

DEFENSE PASSES TWELFTH MAN IF STATE ACCEPTS, PEREMPTORY- CHALLENGES BEGIN This' Process "Is" Expected to Leave Not More Than Four in Jury Box..- ' Los Angeles,' Cal.,-Nov."3. For the first time" since the' McNa .mara trial v" smarted he jury box was filled, sofar as the defense is concerned, Wheh-TalesmaHD. Blinkiron was passed "by the de fense af terja brief -examination at the hands-of Attorney. Clarence I)arrow. " , ' " . Blinkiron 'demfedhev'coul(Tbe perfectly fair1 to 'both'sfdes. ."Assistant1 District, "Attorney Horton immediately'begari to, ex amine BlinkifOnr If 'thelstate ac cepts this juror, the'box will 'be filled 'and1 the exercising of per emptory "cnallen'ges J wilFbegin. This process is. expepted to re duce the number-in the' box to not-more than; four. " ' - -- Talesman JLisk was passed for cause during- the morning ses sion, both sides t -accepting him tentatively. He took the eleventh seat in the box; . Lbs Angeles, Cal., Nov. 3. Un less the state secures possessio...

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. — 3 November 1911

t panel, -as Judge Boriwell had a fourth panel drawn this morning to report as soon as served. With the box practically filled, both sides have about agreed on who shall fall before the peremp tory challenges. It'is almost cer tain not more than two men will survive and both sides are still in vestigating them. They are T. Fi Green, capitalist and rancher. Progressive Republican' and the , original LaFollette booster in this section, and Seborn B. Man ning, a bachelor farmer, 62 years old, who is an old school Demo crat without any opinion what ever on labor union ethics. 'His health, however, is bad arid pos sibly, even if not removed by per emptories, he will be eliminated on a doctor's certificate before the trial actually commences. So far the 'state has had the wotst of the selections, there "be " ing four men in the box they probably will have to challenge. ,These men, Sam F. Mendenhall, wealthy farmer who-bitterly op posed Fredericks ; Frank Frakes, farmer,, and Robert Bain, ...

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. — 3 November 1911

mi -, M-B, POISONFOUNDINnBODY - OF DEATPOMGEMAN Arsenic 'Taken from' Xjiver Othet'Eqdies to;BeJ Exhiimed Arresfcof Mrs.' Vermilya Or dered.": J " -.'; Arsenic. ivasrfo'un.jinn-th.e liver of Artfiur(.'rF,Bis6netter,athe - po liceman iwhpjbecane3ll;a tMe res idence' ofMcs. Lpufsji.ermilya, '415 E. 29'thsVreeVahd" who" died Mrs-Louise Vermilya. under mysterious;jcircumstances at the MefccyJiospitalr t ' ' In a" feportimade "to t Coroner Hoffman ..today, chemists1 who have been examining., the body "said they found erioughi.poison to cause the-deat-h of-ftie officer. "Abundant quantities ofjarsenic," said tKejfepijnt.! . : ..4 . . Capt. JHatdirig of the22d street station ordered an inquest- lield on" the bodyvand ih arrest of Mrs. Vermilya.--The woman has been under police guard at her home for- a .week. ' Proceedings will be started for exhuming; therbody of Richard Smith, and others wh.ose 'lives crossed, the paths of thiswoman of sudden and 'mysterious rdeath, and "whose deaths occur...

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. — 3 November 1911

'PUT.ON MY TOMBSTONE, , . HE LOVED AND" LOST" Note Left By Youth Who Shoots I Self Through, Heart'.ori Busy Street Corner. Denver, Nov. '3. T. Jefferson Ivans walked into the center of a crowd on a busy ddwnfown street today and shot himself through .the heart. ' v ' He was 21 years, old,' and 'the son of iT. J.. Ivans," 7. Cannon .street. New York. " . , f In the youth's room was found, a, notebook and a package ot let ters 'from his mother. r On ihe first page of the note bpok was wrjtten: "Write on my tombstone He loved and lost." . ' ; "A man who believes a woman can be.tftie js a fool. f "A millionaire can buy women by the score. A poor man has "no right to feelings. - "Oscar Wilde wrote, Yet each "man kills the thing he loves.' How about the men who "are-killed by the things they loved? " -- "I am.nofa pessimist-! mere ly have discovered some funda mental truths." " - ' Among the letters irom Ivans" toother was "a recent one in which .was -written: ; . ' . "Mary Has married a ...

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. — 3 November 1911

. n va pw ' . -OUTBURSTS. OF EyERETTTRUE,, l-' i , LftBOR UNIONS J. BFiH ! DO YOU THINK J) LET fi LABOR ORGflfilZjflON TECL ME HOW .A73NY HOURS " CHAOHKW yzN-. " 3 . .1 " r Princeton,- N. J., Nov. 3. Princetpnand Harvard vjll meet on the gridiron "tomorrow forthe first time In-15 -years.' ; ,t Secretary- Charles Williams pi the Cubs today ' mailed tothe scattered Cubjpjaveretheirshare; &f thVrjfcey-raf hcr "crty" series. The grand total amounted ito $14,947.43. Each player drew ,in thejieighborhbod of $600. ; I " ' o o " I ' G! WAnderebn, 6204 S". Pari? !hnoriic-nrlireman. "arrested" eirl at' ,"S. WabasX and' ''llubbarjV (court "'Anderson lgot thoreal -thing" from real officer. "' '"

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. — 3 November 1911

c",i -vfSC- " TELEGRAPHBRIEPS' Pirst woman jury in California acquitted Editor King of printing indecent story in Watts News. And he (had fought woman suf frage. . Lady, Colin Campbell died in London yesterday. Lady Colin was an authoress of note, but her fame rests on divorce suit in which nusband bracketed her, with Duke of Marlborough. Federal grand jury seems to be intensely curious as to that cute little wheat' corner of last May. Armour .Grain company going in to jnourning and hoping to get off without going anywhere else. Salary of judge $5,000. Amount Tammany candidates, can afford to obtain nomination $36,000. ??????? and then again ???? After having been reviewed by the 'people, Taft yesterday re viewed the fleet. We are glad that Postmaster General Hitchcock no one has married him overnight changed his mind about destroying all let-. ters addressed to Santa Claus this, year. They will be sent to charit able institutions. Prince Pignatelli d'Arragon ap peared on Fifth aven...

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. — 3 November 1911

",'' -jf .M "3" letters addressecfto "My own lit tle Ootsey; My distant beating' heart' etc., etc. She got the di vorce. " Dr. Walter Rhodes, Sunday school .teacher, Terre Haute, struck Dr. Dutcher, pastor of church. He resigned first. Newport's in, .again with the "Ldap Frog"; glance. Name's enough. Bad onk hobble skirts, however. -',. . -George A r Groom,; Detroit, wishes to deny the, published re port of -his death. 'Is.B. Frye triedto walk, from Landing Charlotte to Chester, Mich., in blizzard. Gross his name 'out. Frank Srasson, -86, Aspen, Colo.; put itjdk of dynamite in mouth and- bit into "' cape. He hadn't jmyrelatives. rGpyernbr Osborn, of Michigan, says LaFollette 'lacks poise of Taftv Butt he does .' have ideas,, governor. -' ' '. -Champ Clark's1 got 'that an nexation of Canada bug bad. If imperial1 and. rebel troops don't'stpp-monkeying with Han kow very soon,. there wont be any .Hankow. - . " v "Only, one" woman in 100 in New '-York' has"a'Clean face." fieauty. special...

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. — 3 November 1911

irHOjWRmLAY.-STATION-SGENE''OF BATTL:E'; i , . . . , jii ' i r . , i i i ii ' AH the recent battles Vere fought and thousands killed for pos- - session of this statfon. The. picture shows what.a Chinese' railroad trafn 'looks like. "This -photograph was taken when, every' train.' was filled with Americans "and 'Europeans "fleeing ftonvthe city. -The crowd in' the 'distance avre all western people. " - ''" v F '- r-0 0- - ' ' WE'RE GREAT IN- SPOTS . There's woe on the. Bowery. Former price of 'breakfast:- "Cof fee" two cents, 'doughnut, 'one cerit; total,-three. " -New 'price: "Coffee, i three. cents; doughnut; one-; tdtal, four. We are not speaking humor ously" whence say that this" is a serious calamity to thousands. Take this instance: " "::., !A consumptive-looking; ,man," with 'atedraggled wife and "sick; child, laid 3bwn10cents and or-" dered breakfast for-three. ,He ex-. pected a penny in change.' JB.Q was, told: ""Price gone up; giye, us two cents more." " , But the dime'was ...

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. — 3 November 1911

-t 5VJn.j T&f)l-p i' i CYNTHlA GREY'S. DAILY CORRESPONDENCE Ij-have heen married less than a'year; and have found that my KusUafid 'is- very jealous- Without cailse, and it makes' life perfectly .miserable for mer When we go to'a party he watches me, closely. andmakes me feel so conscious thatlca'nnotfenjby myself. What ,cahI do-to.'eure&im of it? Un- A. Your husband has an un fortunate dispdsltron, and jeal-i busy is,'a very 'difficult problem to deal with; About the only way to help" him is'for you to b"e:car'efuL about your 'actions. Jand "" At the same xtime laugh him. out of his jeaipusy. assure mm tna.t.ne is the Only One to you. Some young , wives make the mistake of going into details'about past love affairs, and arousing latent jeal ousy by this silly act. Never do this. Make hinr understand that he is all in all to" you, now and forever. What will keep peach-butter from getting sour? Mrs. H. S. 'Ak Allow y$ pound sugar to every pound of fruit, and cook until very b...

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. — 3 November 1911

. ''R"1" mmmmmmmmmm TiwAy-sfeg P pv t',. V K i, tjglddiitt! yi'i -.... . -& A ' A : sift Stotf Ctob 9. COLORADO MOUSE-TIAP i , s "Spell mouse-trap . wjth thr.ee letters, Uncle Frank," said Elip o.beth from West 166th street', who ivwas' visiting her uncle at Fort Morgan.1 - ' "Oh, that's an o(d one. Sup pose you spell it witft four." "The little girl guessed h-a-w-k and c-r-o-w -and ;"F-i-d-o and a good many others, but her uncle told her she wasn't, evety warm., "It can't be"-a very" good mouse trap," "she protested. ,1've known it tp catch and kill about a hundred in an hquf. ' 'Maybe ttieywer all in one place and.coulda't get put," said the little.gfrl:' ' ; i"No, they were all oit doors and the mouse-trap went about thirty miles, in -catching them." J'Oh, Uncle Jrank, you're mak ing tun of me." y t 1'Not a bit. If you like. I'll vshow-you the moue-trap, in vac ation' some.njght," r , v - "Tonight?" asked the, little rr girl, .- t - '..' s- "No," said her uncle, "I don't like...

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. — 3 November 1911

:.Vjffy-.irtvxl' tKejsratoorjut a&n ea'sy,phce t travektjisVareaittratted-tiV ftfe ppcpacfaipg light. In aflash qje tug vnee43 ,are over'' inenr, ;Deiare they haVe tjme tosqueak. v "ph, Uncle Doc!" exclaimed- jiuzapeyi.H --.u-t-p, .mouse-trap., .Who" i would haye! "thoughts 61 ctchin:gmicjtf.witha motor caj poartt't1thjpgs v - n I . s .D'p youknowanv rnpre an ftil& torses P'Ja'sKed 'DoI!chikl . 1 . Tf ' ' 4 . 3gam. fU 3,5 tJ,etQpXhe DotciM 6u$r.she . saiH; ' So;. ,Dpllchifd promised 'to read;her 'story; ?f EofessQr-PetQOK the-'Annna 1 lyp 5raHgjJr " JThV-Lab"bi5 party i$mn;0Qbtr6l of, 9je),gqvefpn7eht,o'f thfr "Aus-: tr a'Han' 'federation , ajidt'd f two or . th'e: staf es'New South "Waiesand 'Soup Australia. Present-ihdica-' tions afe that-two uioreJ" states "vinshb.rtlyrcome jiri'derthe "satne ' pow;cr." y v '""r ' ' - . . s ' if. pe-ajpor t-patty . "gets -its strepgth,opty in part froni.trades unions. 'The - rest 4' comes 'frbltr whisealleaVJ'the sympathetic vbjfcompose'd...

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. — 3 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmfmmmmmm r WHERE WOMAN IS MAN'S EQUAL AND JSCONOMlCAlitflEte. All Working Side by Side in Field and Factory and Profiting Alike, Everyone Over 14 Ex pected to "Pull His Pound." A vine-.clad Amana colony home, some school boys and a glimpse of a community kitchen. There's one spot in the United States where women are economi cally free and on art absolute1 equality with men in everytHing( that pertains to life. Yet the women do not vote for this spot isn't in a suffrage state. It existed years before any. American woman ever voted, and its women don't care a fig for suffrage.- This Utopia of equality is "True Inspiration," the Amana colony in Iowa county, Iowa a successful communistic settle ment of 1,800 persons, established 60 years ago by Germans driven from the Fatherland. They, own 2,800 acres of land, many houses tjjereon and several factories. The Amana men and women share alike in work and reward, The woman doesn't need to mar- ry to get a .home. When she is 14 she ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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