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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 23 November 1911

v "Vc tm-tc1 t? r"? -" v" mawvivpn , -J A, r GREAT FACTIONAL, WAR-IN -MINERS'-UNION ON EVE, -. " OF FIGHT FOR BETTER ICONDITIONS IN MINES ' i- By -Max-Hayes. ' 'Atlanta Ga., Nov. 23. As are sult of the. debate 'on 'the civic fed e'rat'ibn question on thefltb'or of theA.J Fof L.. convention -the breach "between -the -Mitchell and Lewis factions sin( the' United Mine Workers has. been" greatly widened. , v- " Th'e bitter ch'arges.and counter charges, .made by JitchelLand John Walker pn'thetone side and Tonr Lewis bn't$e 'other will ha,ve the4 effect ofs intensifying .the struggle' fpr.control iirthe United Mine Workers, which isin"ow in progress .in the' referendum elec tion of 300,000 men ih-that" organ isation. " v ' t Walker, who was a candidate for national president 'against Lewis two years ago, not "only charged thji( latter' with" packing the convention at Columbus last' January,,. for the purpose of dis crediting Mitchell, b'ut,with being fn the' employ of mine owners and had'...

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. — 23 November 1911

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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. — 23 November 1911

"i"""""""""!?"? "PAY CASH AND TAKE HOME, YOUR OWN GROCERIES , SAYS DUKE C. BOWERS, WHO OPERATES 36 STORES '! mjivfrgmrwwwvrrmv a 11 i J 11 wu n t Started With $200 Capital 101 Years Ago Operates in Inter- ests of the People. " Memphis, Nov. 23. Grocer' Bowers and thousands of Mem-; phis housewives are- -informal! partners. -The party of the 'first part agrees to sell groceries cheaper thaiL. anybody "else-hv Memphis; 'the parties of the sec? ond part agree to pay cash, and. Wrong. The customer pays it all ; the grqcery man just tacks it onto the stuff you buy, and you pay'for it whether you have your good delivered or not." J Credit losses is another thing that the grocery keeper unloads on his customers. "I don't want half my custom ers paying the bad bills of the other half ; and I don't want some of them who come for their gro- f "s: . - gfs: n Duke C. Bowers? to carry their purchases home withrthem. - Duke C. Bowers has three dozen grocery stores scattered $3 uo and foueht food ...

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. — 23 November 1911

55T555!55SWPPiiiWPlliPiiPlil grade visit tfie "carry-your-. goods-home-yourself" stores. Re cently Bowers made arrange ments to deliver purchases of $5 and over, because an order of that size is usually too heavy for a woman to carry, Bowers divides the profits with his store managers. He figures on making a clear profit of 4 per cent on everything he sells; and he allows 10 per cent for the cost of handling. " That 14 per cent is added to the wholesale price of his goods,, and it doesn't make any differ ence to him whether that agrees with the retail price fixed by the manufacturer or not. It took many a hard fight to make the manufacturers, let him retail at his own price and'not at the higher price printed on pack age goods.- "Most of the, other groceries have to load their goods any where from 25 to 40 per 'cent, Bowers explains. "My three dozen stores permit me to turn over my stock almost every day. If I run short in one store I can stock up on a few min utes' notice. I am not...

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. — 23 November 1911

-,l3j'SHP"55$iV MVPtfeM STIFF-LEGGED TIM LAND OF AUSTRALIA, CAN FIGHT SOME, SAYSTOM ANDREWS Can you imagine a man with 'a stiff leg being a go6b boxer and fighter? , Tim Land, the.Australian mid dleweight, is handicapped with a stiff leg, and he is not only a good boxer and a rare' fighter, but as game as any man that everen tered the arena. There may be other boxers handicapped as L'and is, but I never heard of them. I saw Land in Sydney. He had wop 17 battles over the knockout route in the smaller clubs of Syd ney and Melbourne, when he was matched with "Cyclone" Thomp son by Manager Ted Covell, rep resentative of Hugh Mcintosh. They fought before 7,000 fans in the Stadium. When Covell, talked to Land about the match, the boxer1 told him to get the toughest middle weight he could find. "Try to get Thompson or Papke. for me and I'll deliver the . goods," he said. ? The men were matched for 20 rounds and for 19 they fought like wildcats. Tim more than held his own for 15 rounds, but...

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. — 23 November 1911

f4g5!U& YARNS ON THE NATIONAL PASTIME By Billy Evans. rsi Vfc H 'I CONCRCTt WAU J'Ping" Bodie of the White Sox was the i:nsation of the pacific Coast league in 1910. "Ping" gained distinction for his home runs, naving some thirty for the sea son. When bought by Chicago he was referred fo as the "Fence Buster," and got an exaggerated jdea of what" Bodie would do. While Bodie did well .enough asa White Sox, "he' hardly came up to expectations as a, "fence buster." , After he. struck out at Philadelphia, a .Quaker fan sho'uteci. Havep't seen you bust any fences, Bodie." ' m "I've decided there's no use," replied Ting;' they haye nothing but concrete for fences in this league." At a fanning bee during the world's series, Hugh Jennings told of a run-in with an Eastern league umpire "at Baltimore. It was rather late in the season and President Powers was trying out new umpires. According to Hugh the recruit was having a hard time of it. Since the game had no bearing on the race-Jennin...

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. — 23 November 1911

BPPfPOT " 'Don't thinkyou have to swell up because you're appointed an umpire in the world's series,' said , the player. "Just after starting.as umpire I naturally had the troubles of a beginner. I called a strike 6n a player with whom I played for years. I thought it a perfect strike, but was the third, and in a pinch, so the player couldn't pass 0 the opportunity." " 'So you are trying to show 7 your authority because you wear a uniform. Don't forget street f;car yconductors, policemen and 'Pullman porters wear blue suits. , And they have the edge on you, for they have brass buttons.' " j oo r. , Planked Whitefish. Clean and split a three pound whitefish. Put skin side down on an oak plank one inch thick and a little wider . and longer than the fish, sprinkle .with salt and pepper and 'brush over with melted butter. Bake twenty-five minutes in a hot oven. Remove fom oven, spread with A butter and garnish with parsley and lemon. The fish should be served on the plank. Potatoes Bake...

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. — 23 November 1911

te&SS PIPPiiiiWIIiliPili r ? .-' . ,.4. CHRISTMAS GIFTS TO MAKE FOR MOTHER DAUGHTER SHO TF. . Tfye illustration gives a few suggestions that require little outlay of time or money. Not one article costs over 25 cents, and some less. s . The little book for recipes js 10 inches high and seven wide. The covers are made of cardboard, covered with a plain colored j denim, burlap or linen, withfive noies at the back. Through these the cord is run for fastening leaves and covers together. The kettle is cut from black cloth and, overhanded on, and the lettering is worked in outline stitch. . The candle shade is made with water color paper for the foundation. Cut out the exact size and shape and fastened together at the ends. , Tan linen, pongee silk or any material that would allow the light to show forms the background. ut out the same shape as, the pape,r shade,- only one-quarter ,of , an inch larger at the top and bot tom. Baste the two ends together to fit perfectly over the founda...

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. — 23 November 1911

vt tra w i sr-,- fck .&. QULD KEEP IN MIND SOMETHING THAT WOULD BE USEFUL Cut out the correct shape and size, and bind with tape. Gut the upper "part a correct slipper shape, making the sea'm pme at the back and bind all edges with pe, then overhang the upper part to the sole. oiThe case isenvelop"e shape and slip pers and case are easily washed. The' collar, cuff and jabot show the possibilities of two or ihree handker- PHRHBpH' V AbHwwJ B v , ('chiefs used in the illustrations cost fr cents apiece and have a border, design of fsAe which makes an attractive edge. The collar is made from one edge of rone handkerchief, two of-, the corners forming the fronts, and a third corner, to the depth of about eight inches, makes the jabpt, plea'ting as shown, i The cuffs an edge of another handker chief, tiny tucks being made on each side of the fronts or corners, until the re quired size. The side jabot is made from one handkerchief, cutting so as to make one corner corne over the other,...

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. — 23 November 1911

notable as being something dif ferent from the ordinary beauty rules of keeping young-: 1. "She must cultivate a sense of humor. 2. "She must have a hobby. 3. "She must have interests outside herself." He thinks city women more likely than the women of lonely farms, to live up to these rules. He doesn't know, perhaps", that a new kind of farm life is growing up which makes it easy for the women of the country to cultivate humor, have charming hobbies, and participate in wide interests outside of .their households. Nevertheless, Dr. Shear, sugges tiqns are sound. Women should be ripe at 40, as attractive as "'any- other peach when sun, rain and sunshine have brought-it tcTthe stage of perfec tion. , j "9 THE LOST HOUR Part II. You can see that-.it is a serious thing to lose an hour outvof your life After losing the first hour, By New Year's dayhe had lost an even week and he. tried to celebrate Christmas. ' On ' the Fotirth of July he was ( around crying "April Fool" tcTpeople. Sammy...

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. — 23 November 1911

mm&$G&e&iimmmmmmfmqmmmm usuallymeasles are quite mild and soon over, but in Sammy's case he was so slow in breaking out, that he was sick for months instead of days, and lost all that extra time. Luckily he recovered and' then found that by that time he was just an even year "behind hand to the minute. So now he fitted in to things again except that he was a year behind. He was twelve on the birthday that he thought he was eleven and he was a grade behind in school, but he was again even as days, weeks and months, and youmaybe sure thai he took good care not to lose an other hour out of his life and get out of joint with time again. When thcsfory was finished, . everybody turned to 5ammy Slowboy and grinned. Fizziwig put her mouth into her hand and giggled. "That's a! jokeon you, Sammy Slowboy," she said. "Oh, well, -I can see through a liniment bottle. You needn't rub it in," said Sammy good-naturedly. "Anyhow, I could make up a story on you, ,if I wanted to. You're' su...

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. — 23 November 1911

ijm9vmymmmmsi9mmim HOW LA FOLLETTE MADE FOLKS" BANK DEPOSITS -SAFE AND INSURANCE CHEAP IN , WISCONSIN The insurance and banking laws of Wisconsin under the La Follette regime have been made over. What has this man, so widely advertised untilt recently as "dangerous" done? , .. One of the first things he -did-was to .provide for efficiency- -in the state government by a civil service ,law which placed all ap- ppintive state offi cers on a merit sys tem with competi tive examinations. Other states have similar laws, but the Wisconsin law is the real thing. It even goes so far as to put the employes of the legislature under civil service. Before this law was passed, it cost Wis consin $433 a day to run the legislature $433 of political pap. The insur gents threw it all away for the sake of good government in accordance with Governor La Follette's recom mendations. In six years the civil service commission has examined 12,000 people. It audits annually ac counts! to the amount of $1,000...

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. — 23 November 1911

mwrim vwjSy?iw!?-'- spection under which not a dollar of a depositor's money has ever been lost. The bankers like it. The de positors like ib It is a land of good state banks and good state bankers. The law authorizes banks to form a mutual insurance company to protect depositors, and the bankers are at work on it in the true Wisconsin way the La Follette way slow but sure. It will not be long until .Wisconsin will have a bank in surance system without fuss or feathers which will be proof against eyery thing excepT-a cata clysm. Under Wisconsin laws made while Lafollette was governor, companies operating in Wiscon sin cannot use more money for expenses than they collect for that purpose and this killed- at a blowjall those fcompa,nies form ed just to pay salaries for their organizers. .The amount of premiums are regulated by law and must be. based tn a reasonable proportion of the benefits promised in the policy. This, law has'cut down the cost of insurance in Wisconsin to new polic...

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. — 23 November 1911

but why should we, the people, hate it' t Labor legislation in Wiscon sin is the subject of Quick's next article. Germans - actually advocate compulsory domestic service for girls and young women. Even model German f raus are evidently getting the'modern "unthorough" spirit. THE DIARY OF DIANA DILLPICKLES Miss Dillpickles Boqsts a Line of Cosmetics Until the Beauty Cul Gaisra Devotee at Her Own Fireside She gets up nights and gives herself the full course of home treatments. V. Bad news ! Bad news ! If ma had only been satisfied with myrfree demonstration of Cauliflower's Cosmetics at Taf- feta & Balbriggan's, and let it go as a holiday treat, it would have been all "right and no harm done. But no. She's contracted the habit. IIUjIjIO') Mil Hi) ,1 2J J H

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. — 23 November 1911

vBpfTfTWjwjTmTU tj pi p p j i m iN',' i ,J, y,AW4ly i ll,J . Th"e truth dawned on us with' sudden horror. Good deal like listening to fire engines pass and hear them stop in front of the house. ' She was so tickled -with her face on dress parade that now she's fallen back on the supply of Cauliflower's Cosmetics that I brought home from the shop. She's using them all the time, and neglects her washing and ironing. Gets up nights and gives herself the full course of home treat ments. Tries to make herself look like a broiler. At her age, too! Pa smokes his pipe a long time after supper, worrying over 'her. And I can't blame him a bit. "Do you think something's snapped in her head," he says, "or do you think it will wear oft?" Poor dad; I had to Ve real frank about it. With the problem brought right -home to me I re membered that" I'd seen dozens of cases just like hers. And the .worst of it is,-there wasn't appar ently any old-age limit. y (More tomorrow) ABOUT. THE WEATHER Brisk w i...

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. — 23 November 1911

BS?7r ? - THE-MODE -JS1-THE-THING JBlack-a'nd w.hite-continue to be " , . .s&mR" the mode; whether- frockg are of silk, chiffon, satin or cloth. ": An exqujsite.rn.odel for an even ing dress is composed of black! chiffon over the same fabric of white. A lot of jet is used on the black tunic. The foundation of the gown is cream, veiled with the sheer white. A blue satin girdle gives a touch of color. This gowntwquld serve for a model in marquisite or it would be charming ,in any. simple limp material. T;he mode is.thcthing. P Q FRANCE TO .THE RESCUE The"French ministry is the first' government in the world to adopt a definite program to reduce the cost of living. It will present a bill to its legislative bodies pto- viding for the following: 1 Municipal'- shops to be es tablished either by an "adminis trative tenant" (Some individual who wants to tackle the job) or. by local co-operative societies. 2 Government'to advance half the necessary capital and .'charge four per cent annu...

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. — 23 November 1911

r U-mt iPiipiiiru nrwm ppnimij v jn1 i i,f i; WONT ASK NEW JUDGE UNTIL JURY BOX IS FULL Los Angeles, Cal., Nov. 23. Following a lengthy conference between' counsel for the defeiise Attorney Darrow announced to day that he would defer presen tation of the new affidavits by J. B. McNamara, demanding a change of judge on the rground that Judge Bordwell is biased, until after the jury is finally com pleted, -instead of today, as had at first been planned. He said he conceded they would be unable to get relief from the court and would, when the jury is finally ready, make the new ap plication to perfect the record for appeal should McNamara be con victed. Under the law such an application cannot be carried up on appeal until the actual trial' is completed, and until a. presiding judge rules adversely on a simi lar application. There are now ten men in the box, five permanent jurors- and five still, subject to peremptory challenge. It is expected the third exercising of peramptories will ...

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. — 23 November 1911

nimVf.,u ',mwvmmmmmmmmmmgmimmmmmmmmmm broke down when Green prepay ed to start back and as a result he is much worked up, demanding continually that thecourt excuse him permanently. Which is cer tain to occur if Mrs. Green does not get better soon. LABOR LEADERS MAY BE FORCED TO STAND TRIAL Washington, Nov. 23. TIn a scathing decision Justice Daniel Thr,ew Wright .today refused to dismiss the contempt charges against President Gompers, Vice President Mitchell and Secretary Morrison of the American Feder ation of Labor, in the Bucks Stove & 'Range Co. case in the district supreme court. This means he will again attempt to force the labor leaders to4 trial. , -The defendants demurred to the report of a special "prosecut-1 mg committee, which recom-, mended renewed proceedings. Justice Wright decided against them, and took occasion to lay the labor leaders. The XJ. S. supreme court last spring dismissed the defendants, who were then under jail sentence pronounced by Justice Wright....

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. — 23 November 1911

-jfiV '-&,'& -, , kH nt-fi 'c m the proceedings in the court, at Chicago, he" did consent to pre sent the whole master to the Su preme Court when it reconvenes one week from next Monday. Mayer and Miller are confident the Chicago court will continue the trial until the Supreme Court -o- hands down its decision. v Government attorneys Here to day declared they did not believe Federal Judge Carpenter Would grant a continuance of the trial, scheduled to begin Monday, even although the Supreme Court now has the matter in its hands. NEWS THE PEOPLE HAVE MADE FOR TODY William J. Bryan, wife and grandson have been taken from stranded liner Prinz Joachim and are now on way to Cuba. Witness in Arthur Bosworth niurder case, Burlington, Vt, couldn't get to court. Everyone connected with case got in bug gies and drove six miles to wit ness. s, Paul Hawkins, N. Y.,. falsely arrested, measured and photo graphed for rogues' gallery. Sue'd Police Captain Kuhne.- Got $1, 788 damages. In defe...

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. — 23 November 1911

. I -UM,M,li suit for $30,000 against bride's parents. Says they persuaded her to leave him. I , . "Laws-are like drugs,' and like drugs should be kept ' on the shelves to be used when need ed." Chief of Police Kohler, of Cleveland. Some Taws are deadly enough. -v- - Police don't want to catch "Rev. Frederick Percival, lately chap lain to King George of England. He was told to "vanish" two weeks agoand ""given time to set tle up his affairs. Whatever his "immorality" consisted of it was something that would embarrass the royal family if published. Reported in New York that Fielder Jones, forfnerly of the White Sox, will be the new man ager of the Yankees. l Attorney General Major, MisA , souri,' 'says Harvester Trust "murders" competitors. Justice is ' blind sometimes she'-s so gqsh-darned blind she doesn't see how some people make a Joolof her. Wonder if John D. ever night mate's about his 'Hereafter? Hearings before Interstate Commerce Commission show ex press companies sometimes ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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