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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 23 November 1911
m , FOOTFALL PICTURE THAT SPEAKSFOR ITSELF r . ()ay i.wflfawooo O-tfvofawoco' '"ii This picture -was taken during the Yale-Brown gameNov 11. The photographer pushed the button just as Ketcham of YaleJ hugged the ball after recovering It and started on a run.. The) Princeton tackier can be seen, running at full speed in an effort tcl down, the fleet sprinter, . "' jy'ft-,- - &nJJt&i
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 23 November 1911
. OSC AKSrFJENDISH BEEKISALIUPON HERE 03ME& OCT LlXILe UUISAHC&, 'INQUISITVe EDVIN, TO S035DER M MIT Hs QyesroNS. VELL, j N iut roR HIM I -'SS4i'r 'fi i ,20 ,1i a J- 1 ak&r- W Kgnr;,j 'TW-i.flu-Vy- V'' M i SAY -COVIN, I-UflRT TO ASRTYpO QMeoTN?3- TS A 6&MtiTGKBACtZ. TR?EE ' &. ' --i -si. -EF A MAN CAN KICK A BLOCK. CAN You Slock hiss kick TUROERMOR51 v i n. ''MitWdh iiox.veAR A Noa'e 30AR.D 3EC0SS I LAY "SC6NTeR2 AfRe DEK COACHST ctilLV&Ebi EASY j3US3IES- UNO TNACCY . i ip ; 84 V M s rvpftfsr-.iw-- -j 1-
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 23 November 1911
r & -4- o&S&t&p igpf- POOR LITTLE-INQUISITIVE'EDWIN'' -Tee-Hqe er iey Tfciiae. 1 to bbjr. PRice or PISSKN jxses tot DER .When sorrow comes around your door,'- ' ' And at the, key-hole puts his 'eat,' He'listen,se cautiously and says: "Wonder if I'll be welcome here?," - And if he-hears a- song of mirth 4 And happy voices ringing sweet, He heaves a sigh and- urns away And wearily plods down the street o o Massachusetts is the state with the test vote 'this year. It's a square fight between standpat Republicans and progressive Democrats, with a normal Re publican majority of 80,000 to overcome. tyancc EtfCC J Mf"- 'y'J"to4'f' WHOARE THE BRAVE? "Depend upon1 it," said Thom as Carlyle, "the brave man has some how or other to give his life away." Isn't it so? Do you know a man that is put ting his own pleasure or'jjfosper, ity uppermost and who,- by any stretch of imagination, cotlld'be said to be "giving his life away"? And do you know a man who is thinking and doing thi...
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 23 November 1911
wmmmmffmsm'mmmsS: WWH? IJMJL.U-J-J-JL.LXJ! BUTTER AND EGG BOARD, --'CONFIDENCE"GAME I The Chicago Butter and Egg Board has been plucking the farmer with one hand while the otnePwas digging in the ppckets of the jChicago consumers. That much already has been shown -in the proceedings of the government "against the board. , The game was as neat a little piece of "con work'' as ever John Di Rockefeller thought up, , and the evidence' already has startled thefgbvernment prosecutors. Here is what was done i The Sutter and Egg Board represented the big wholesale merchants of South Water street. The members met every day, and fixed a "quotation" price for butter and eggs. ' They publish this "quota tion" price. Then they bought up all the butter and eggs from the farmers, on, a basis of a reasonable profit, supposing they were going to sell the butter and eggs to retailers at the "quotation" prices. Having cornered the market, they sold the butter and eggs to the retailers at from one to f...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 24 November 1911
!!?W??T7W' vyK 500 SO. PEORIA ST TEL. MONROE 353 THE DAY BOOK c.398 gz JOHN D,:ROCKEFELLER'S ''EXPLANATION" OF MERRITT DEAL PROVES IT WAS CROOKED 'Stanley' Determined Rockefeller and Gates Shall Be Brought Before Committee and, Taken, Apart So People Can "See What Make Them'Tick." . It's all a.mistakeabout John D. Rockefeller or hiswpjflin min ister's, clothing everh'aving done 'anything mean or nasty or low 'to' the Merritt brothers. v ' - "Rockefeller says so -himselL He' has issued a statement'from Standard Oil headquaftei sj New .York hot an explanation, you' understand, but a statement Carping critics might'call'-iGa .peculiar statement. For"in stance: .-"'According to'ifhe neyer cheat .ed the Merrjtts outcfcmiUions. -Jn factyhewas a soft of generous .old-SanjtaClaus to, the Memtts'. - He saved them from ruin." He Jen t-them money. He? charged low rate.qf interest.'.. He never called any loans on them after ,ruining their credit. He, gave .them any amount of-'cbgnces-to ' get t...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 24 November 1911
J k "-"fccf"-' J5iT:af'-; -l& 'r 4 tKe loss of his own and hisjjfoth' ' er's artd sister's money to' Rocke-I feller, he nlade a trip to Jew York to see if he could "save something out of the wreck." He told how he saw the Rev. Gates, and was told 'that some thing could be saved "if he and his .brothers signed a statement declaring that Rockefeller had tidt cheated them." He told how he signed this statement, while "sick in body arid .mind' and how his ruined brothers signed it. Perhaps Lon Merritt lied, you say.?, r Perhaps he did. But still, con sider the facts. The Merritts had the property, and they don't have it now. .And another thing If there was nothing crooked Ui the deal,1 wh.at.Tn thunder did JohflD. want, with a statement from -the Merritts saying he hadn't cheat- When you buy something from, a merchant, do you demand a statement from him that the money-with", which you paid for the .somethings was good money' and not counterfeit? The very existence of that doc ument ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 24 November 1911
r yW attorneys raised." their eyes Jo. liaven' in -horror at the thought afVsummbning John D. Rockefel ler or -furjthecpursuing the "pres ejitljneof in'gjiirySfehley re tQctcdt)iat he considered the pfesent'line. offiriquiry the Mgreat estrpubbfc service hp ever had ren, defedlnHis cacer."- .-''. Ana VpepWs d"' committee hanfjdiHjjn a jlcipGifc -'Stanley rpjiredup qn ,hi liind'Jsgs, 'and. K"VpyJ 55eii; psipjl-, fgo :oo the fjoorgf;.tl7ionsevandapj)eal.to tip De'p7"ocratlc majority to atf tpd!'tcvfie;ca5e!p tlie ijonMar tffl iWtil&Cflj anH". to Jia&me upih 'sfrbpQe'iingjftockeff Jler7' i aijthropist. -v W.hich, the;Dem6cratic major?, ify", h'aving hopes for the future,, and its eye on 1912, will be'tjck- led to'death to do " ,, ." So it looks'" like Stanley vwere going to have a good, chance to fjnd4out what makes John'D. tick l the way'he does.v' ! . Z' .i , There's, ho saying just what,. Stanley will -find out makestfie" ticking., But tliere are two things certain; " "" . ....
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 24 November 1911
w&qmm pmnvmiH " - 'of his receiving' tribute "from gamblers is' t ridiculous, ' It's worse than that' HinTc. Jf ' "So long as my 'marriage "is good in the eyes of the Lord and the state of Indiana, I don't give ay hoop about the opinions of the IMinois supreme court," Frank S. Tenney. Why should you, Frank? Senator Cullom Is 82 years old. But he's going to resign, so let's forgive him. Master in .Chancery Chas W. Morrison has put case of Chicago Butter and Egg Board in can nery uniij De'c. 1.. Which again illustrate? how the judiciary 'doesn't' put itself out to help the people, quick. William Peggub, Wabash ave,, was arrested today, charged wit.h jihVrobb'efy, of 'Andw Kuswerk, Wednesday night. .Andrew .was fobSedof-8. ' E. Roel, merchant, was found dead today on a Cottage Grove car, heart failure. ' Fred Mitchel, 79, 392Q Seeley ave., died today from injuries sustained by slip on icy sidewalk. ' OUR ROBBERIES .' . Hold-ups and - robberies aver aged over' on an hour, for past t...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 24 November 1911
p i ! wgpw ;r7"Trxi)rrL rrvn v " "TO V BEATTIE WRITES' CONCESSION OF 'MURDER BEFORE WALKING UNFALTERINGLY TO DEATH CHAIR ' .. Richmond, Va., Nov. 24. r " "I, Henry Clay Beattie, jr., . desirous of standing right before God and man, do on this,, the twenty-fourth day "cdf No"vemb'erj 191f, ;confess my guilt of-the crime charg- ,3 eel' against me. jl "Much that was published -rconcerning; the' details was not true, but the awful fact, . -without the harrowing cir cumstances,, remains. : -"For this action I am truly sorry, and believing that I , am at peace with God, and fam soon to pass into His presence, this statement is . made. w (Signed)' Henry Clay Beattie, jr." -Half an houftDefoVe he-walked, calmly and without a tremor, of fear, to 'his, death in. the chair, Henry Beattie wrote- and signed it&e above confession that on the nht of July r 18 last he brutally shot' to death, the mother of his babe," Louise! Owens Beattie. The confession was ma"de pub file this afternoon y, by ...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 24 November 1911
mmm the duty to society that remained. He commanded that the minis ters make the confession public He said : "It is right that this should be known. It is my son's wish that my son's confession be made pub lic. "I desire to thank the public for whatever sympathy was felt or expressed." Henry 'Beattie slept well last night. He awoke tovgaze from his barred window on a sodden, rain-soaked world. , " . But impending death within nnd deep gloom without failed to Shake his iron nerve. He turned " from the tyindow, and asked that his spiritual 'advisers be sent for. He had completely dressed ' when the ministers entered the room. And it was evident that he had made his toilet carefully. He smiled 'to the clergymen, and then be"gan the astounding concession At the end of it, he wenbto the window once more to ' take his last long look at the world of 'out doors. ' A morbid crowd had gathered outside the penitentiary. They were kept on the move by special squads of policemen. ' Seven o'clock...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 24 November 1911
wmmssr 1 " n "r fjy vyi' ii'j f ' I ' " .'. Q f s jiOther corner ofthe .fopm. . The' lights went' 'out? "andthe -room -was plunem'dafkness,, whlle: a' sobbing.' 'breatir'-Jwas heard .,from where Jrhe'-'fwelvenien sat.1 raise"d: Bis:handr"' - -""' 1, Itis,all.over,,.'hesai&. "Henry tSeattfedied-at.7f25'io'clock. . f Tfm qf owd went:away slowly, jthough'f fully. 'The "-fiien that - br ..:H .... h TTTMa ITTi "Henry Clay'BeSttie; Jr.' and BeulafrBniFord-BeattieVSordid'Love . - for; .HerJCaused theTragedy. of -"Last July.; j-v " 'The lights (-were 5witch,ed on1 -again, ana oupenntenaent vvoo--fty, Qf 'the ppni'thiiary, made- K;s -way from the TbdifhT.lJe walked, out to Tvhee x thre 'ccow.d was.5 standing rija; drizjjjipg .rajn, -and; composecT it dld'-naHodk at each .other. , They walked in silence toward the;ctty. - rd-jiHen , an - old -man, with whiteflips and " Voice curiously .cb:QJid,arared?loudu , ,oz mmMmmim
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 24 November 1911
sssassyyw ,sa5KiiJJl! sszsnmzsisssszgsgmmmmm . - "? t "It was murder as much as the other.' 'C "'. sX -" .-.. i This afteqpn the body was: fprmally claimdd -by. ,-Doaglas . Beattie for . the bodies-. .of; executed, men must be claimed wjth.n&ch signing of papers and red-tape. , Ztjs said-the elder Beattie, the father-jof fyiro who died in the chah,.i-iii,a state of utter collapse- behind the close-shuttered windows of the Beattie home. , .-.And, that little 18-year-old Hazel Beattie, the sister, has her self become hysterical after long attempts , to. console her stricken father. Xhc body .wjll be buried- in Maury pemetery, m the plot that holds what remains of the youth's, mother, and also of Lou ise Owens Beattie, for whose death he died 'today. Arpoh'ce guard has had tobe placed around the morgue where 'Beattie's .body lies. And a still Stronger .police guard has been ordered to surrojuid Maury xeme fery tomorrow afternoon for -the burial. . ' " , PLENTY OF POTASH . Germany '...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 24 November 1911
IWW Vi'if4Sit- 1 1 i -i1 i - - & DOJfNGS f OF THE WOftLD 'bQUeTd61 - ." James- GouIdpN: -YA attended funeral of uncleof Nellie Lawson, Beaver Falls, i"a. Nellie looked very sweet in 'mourning and. the honeymoon began4 today." " Mrs. Gertrude FayrHttsburg; may-die'of burns suffered while saving 2:y ear-old son frbmf burn ing to death''","; "" ' ' Clevelandcity council going to u'rgVcpngress,to authqr."ze coin ing'of 3-cent pieces." ".-Cleveland has" '3,jcenf carfare... ' r " " v "Revr , " reoTerick . .T . Gjtes, Ro'ckefeljer's 'C6'me-on, -.can't be found at )iis "suite; of' " offices "at Standard Oil headquarters, nor. at palatial hdme .",-..,' ' '.' It cant? be that Frederick is ashamed "of himself-r-that "would be impossible".1 But perhaps' he's a little embarrassed; , "' . , J Wm. Allison 2l, found locked in 'freight car at'New Richmond, Wis .'At' point of death from starvation'., . - '-'., ' Cre wof Cannon-Bail express, N. Y., put; out fire that threatened to wreck .train wit...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 24 November 1911
-TSyvy .TrPHtT-? mmmmmmmmmmmmmfmmm - Twa pf the biggest Pujs-bjinkj, are negotiating loan for' Chinese republic.,, Gpyeruiflen,t mjghfc as .well quit. ' Mrs. J. Pierp, Morgan has be-' come anti-suffragist from seeing conditionsin Colorado. What'd' she want 'o judge by Colorado for? ' Conditions there are so rot ten they sometimes surprjse Col oradoans. You will recall that Colorado s to blame for that ornament of ihe jsenate, Simon Guggenlbejni. "My connectigri Vf$h ijpn gre came about through soing .unfor tunate investments in the North west country," says Jawn. P Darn unfortunate inveltmenlgrV fqr the Merries! - Also "Just prior to. the.nanic of 1893, vajues werejgpatl-gitd many people whbitliough,j;gy' were weglthj. founds tpVa;?fpval facts were-quite $ffergpt.' C yes! :., "- T J r : AgajnIAvasfojm fy making the acguain.fen.c.oJj e.yt Frederick T. Ggtes.'' TJiug, $9 ing Rev. Ges' chapcg pf heygn. And yet "I then "arrange wifh Mp, Gates ("tljen"' ielhg after the-Merritts h4 Been $...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 24 November 1911
HlffFgPTO T mi nJJ" -THEDIARY OF DIANA DTLLPICKLES '"" Miss DiJlpidkJesfBoosts a.;X.ine of 'Cosmetics'Until the Beauty Cult hr. Qains a Devotee at Her Own Fireside. KB v .CSi;4J&tScsvWUiiTOMiUi,vi'AWUKunU Ail i il HI wWtoP' i ", Well might heask ".What's to jbe clone?" There was ma propped up , on a davenport giving san imitatidn'of Mme. Recamier! it's 'the last' word. There is no more to-be-said Ma has passe'd the dirijax.'But she had tobefshoved to get by it,' She's plain, normal MaDilpickles again, andis reconciled to letting' the rich, thegiddy or the mis guided use-up-fhe world's supply of Caulifloefs Cosmetic?: She's had her flings "And I've given' up' my job 'of --demonstrating-the cosmetics, to make it a 'cinch it'll not be ME that gets her started again. But I don't suppose she' will. One thing she had to cut 'out the cosmetics, or pa. And she" likes pa a whole lot. The blow-off was taged as fol lows':'I came home and found-pa tearing his hair. "What's to be" done? What...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 24 November 1911
mmmmmmmmm r l '5?55!5HK9!555B5!?"BfHi! with' a-KunxthtsupperQuldn't' be ready. It wasn't. Also, the rqoney haf-had beer in the clQck was' missing, and-a suspicion that ma had gone to the hairdresser's clutched at his heart. It was too rrqe, ana ine signi 01 ner wnen she'came back nearly killed him. ''Go up a,nd look at hen' he wail ed. I done so. Well rpight he ask "What's to be done?" There was ma propped up on a davenport givjng an imi tation of Mme. Recamier. And besides having her face painted, she had her hair banged and bob bed like k 16-year-old. "Git your own supper, sis," she wailed. ''I'm afraid I will crack the enamd if J pot-sling." Turning away, I met pa n his shirt sleeyes speaking up the stairs with the family ax. I grab bed his arm. "Dad ! You. ain't gojng tp u,se it. on her! "Lemme go," he gritted. "Of course nqt." In a moment I heard the smash ing of bottles and jars, and some later subdued sobs and nqisesJike kissing. . , Ma was making up. But ndt with Cauliflower...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 24 November 1911
I'J At , 1J TJ, -"- mn'i mr't1 STY-LISH-FUWRAPFHAT-MIGHT WELL BE IMITATED r, w -. "". " . -V ." "r,mCLOtH , :. ..ii:."'.';.'i:'fviir - ' ' nnnff that-are .collars'i'or.cdllars that are canes.. are a.whim.of L ,,.- ;-...-, , -.-t-.,.-, ., , . - r , -r- fashion-this season: It's a' wise whim,' arid a becoming one to. old and yo.ung,-stout or slender, maid or matron. . Every sort andjdes.crip tion of qollar is cojitrived for long- winter coats. Sailor collars, cape "col lars, religuese collar.s, roll-"' ing, square . and -pointed, , only a big collar it must, "be. The 'handsome heavy, seal skin wrap illustrated here displays a deep collar which is a veritable cape. . ' ' This" fur 'wrap would serve serve for a model- in cloth It would make up,inT . to a handsome, winter -garment in zibilihe, serge, broadclqth or tweed. The garment pictured be longs' to- the draped class and is long and close fitting. It fastens ' far "below - ihe waistline with two huge fur buttons. It has a small sup ...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 24 November 1911
.ji.m,!AmiwpiPPHWPM "VTN'NnX . V"V"TV"fc7V"V,V "V -jb, "SENATOR-BOB" IS FOR JUSTICE AND THE RE,A RIGHTS OF PROPERTY, SAYS HERBERT QUIC& By Herbert Quick'. I do not think it fair to sav that LaFollette is a champion of labor, any more than a champion of cap ital. He is for justice. His -record in,, constructive statesman ship s jiovs tjiis. - Het is for the rights of property real rights-r- And he believes that a man's right to himself is -the most sac red right of property. And thjs rigfot involves his security inal he produces by his labor. LaFol lette may be reckoned as the friend of any property Linqoln would befriend. - , I suppose every railway em ploye knows hat o Senator- La FolIptte.be owes, the company from working himuntjl he drops,. .LaFollette thought it vas not well for the public that railways . be operated by men grossly over worked, that it wasnot welljfqr the.railrqad. men tn be grossly overworked, and that in the , end it was not wglj for. the, railroads grQssl...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 24 November 1911
fsr"" or the injured employe -bear the expense of industrial accidents. And,. according to the general .Wisconsin rule, it is,as careful of the interests of capital as the most 'gcrupqlQus' justice can ask. fEhattis the LaFollette way. " -' , '. . -d o WHATDAD SAYg ABOUT, IT i(. Dadisays: ''That business of "inviting" old Rockefeller to ap pear before that congressional" committee investigating the ste,el rust makes' me'tjred. They ought tfserid a'liigVohce111311 after the oM hypocrite with instructions to grab him by the scuff of his sanc (tf moniousTieck and yank him be fore the committee. r But most of us are cowards. There are might' few men who are' not in ,awe of wealth. If Rockefeller wasnV at millionaire, nobody would-be afraid, of hitrf. l(t But hefslhe'millionest million aire on earth, and men seefn to be afraidN:o- treats him-like a two legged man. Even the courts don t seem, tp be . able to gt ground hehiqd thqse millions aqd .find Rockefeller,, the marn ' , And the prea...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 24 November 1911
is,jAs,iAimmmmmmmmmmmmm i OSCAR GOT UP EARLY TO G ET THE PAPER, AND THEN foOUF, 3Efi'T?epop.TR5 WIT fTf YHOJOGifiA'PH. J&IN TQ DT H&vse UMjp ser-i?i KVON, VIUYOU? r - J INXT MOHNING- ach. yi 3D6.R .PPeP1 NBFER COMe v-.Tk2Sy vmww;mi U'4wjVJl'WiiW tflWJu'frltV" VEUL, 3)IT YOU QlFE TVMA . PICTURE ? 1 YS5S ) Y" VON. OH, Hsfg Jl Sff"!- NOW I VI LI. 3EB. vor .xeY Ht NCexJBOUDT ME J YMmym 'W') f iWiilpf(hlu mmiMiiii " h''l"i"r a-"-"-'----'----'------.--'--"'