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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 24 November 1911

PPPPPPPiiPPPfPPPJPWIIWWPWW HE GOT THE ATII,EX Re You v, - AyAK YST? ) ' ' I i i i i in i i m T , Old Winter. Winterf' old fellow, youf merry and mellow. You forge the flame of the homing fire, And while, yqu glisten, we hush : and listen. , As' love, 'dream's over7, his full - ""' desire. The wind "comes's sifting, te snow's white drifting To shut us in frqm. the-t6.il and strife; - " And laughter graces the chil dren's .faces; 'While sog flows , sweet through .the cloistered Hfe Winter', old fellbw.'you howl and .bellow, " , . You smite us hard with the wind and sleet; But through your lashing we see the flashing Of spring-time glories where dawn is sweet; The snows fall over the fields of cjover, And hide the hills from our resting sight But through ?th,em creeping, your warmth is keeping . The roses red and the lilies white, Salt and powdered borax added to the water in. which they are will help to make cut flowers, last much longer. The stems s,hpuld be cjipped:each day and cut ...

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. — 24 November 1911

" . FIZZIWIG, THE TEASER Fizziwigcam'e out of the bath room with 'her father's 'shaving brush m her hand and her eye I brows lathered. "Mama, I can t, 4incl dad's'irazdr."'- , " ' "Fizziwig;!" shrieked her moth er, "put up'that brush, wash. your. i "I'll puhish.you'if'you don't do as I say." $f-J" '"Well, 'just? -a hair or two, PLEASEmama!5V7 'No." , "You" just' wo'nMejt anything," declared "Fizziwi.' -Whepever I'start a,gjpielyjiimaKe me stop A "r - ' U.K" . 'face at once'anfl get ready to take ..your music lesson." "Oh mama, iVant to shave off my eye brows." Mama shrieked again. Please let me shave off my eye 'brows." , "Do as Ltel.Lyou." "Will you do as I sav?" -Oh,,PLEASE!" "Will you db as l'say?" , 1 "Then let me shave off one eye brow." ' "No, no." t ' ' "Well, just, a HALF an eye brow then." and do doVt o sbmefhing!' else TT want to dbeni:d6iTt,see:WHY'I can't shave"off myeye brows and I" don't want to take'a music les son. ""Fizziwig, "if you'll stop' your teasing, I'll take...

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. — 24 November 1911

JPWWPPfPppglSpjPWiiOTLi i '' fwi!Jk! y UWw- '" ' 'WT aboard the fiist qne and the white-faced conductor safd, 'I'm afraid the motor-man's gone dippy. -'He keeps running back' here every half block asking me to please, PLEASE jet him take my pipe so he can blow soap bubbles." As you may imagine they were late getting to the theater, But it made no pajticujar difference as the curtain hadn't gone up. , The manager explained , that Uncle Tqm hadheen begging little Eva for '.the use of; her wings,' because he wanted to be a black-bird irt thp final tableau and he said he;w?ulp!n't pjay un less he got them. The play wa dejayed so much that the afternoon was gone af the end of the first at and the' had to leave. As thje-pased out, a-thjef snatched Figziwjg's watch from her breasts where it had, hung attached t& apjn. Fizziwig screanied and a big pqlicemah looked around, but he was so. busy teasing his chief to, jet him carry a loaf of French bread instead of a club that the thief got ...

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. — 24 November 1911

NEWS PICTURE OF:"LEASED WIFE'.' TRIAL 'AT DENVEE Deputy-,SheriffMci:achian:.takingMEs Gertrude Gibson Pat terson fronvjaib'to court, wh'e're she is "on 'trials or-inurder of her husband. ' ' - ' l ' - "' "' ' : - -. . J, . - o o ." " '"' lr' One thing; (that I helps keep postage, up tV2'cents'isvthe"fact that people who never, got; a 'let ter in their 'lives taket up "two thirds of th'e, pqstmaster's"time. English saylwegot one of those "marke'd-dpwn-td8-cent" bar Bargains .when? we paid only $40,- 072,46092 .the Panama canal rights, n- . -rj i ' -

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. — 24 November 1911

wmmmmmm!imm mmmmm. " i PTING FOR THE IDEAL 2 iSaH$i:: rBIRW i MM-i- llJrlill Hw . Ni TiM Br xtfrn '&?-' Now conges Mrs- Ethel Stewar celebrated suffragist, and says that women"vore''eni -first. Further, she says that women are going to wear 'em again. WhaVmakes her think so ? "Because " skirts, are unhealthy, hideous and1 immoral. 'Unhealthy because they collect erms. Hid eous becausethey take-tne name of patufe in vain. Immoral because .they leave the feminine hgure to jjhe imagination.""' ' That s why.. - " ' Mrs. Stewart' says 'that in primi tive society trousers, haye ever been worn by women wall as by ,men, as they are. warn tqday jn sqpie partsqf.the orient, and she pTophesies that there vill cone a time .when"they willbe worn thus agairt when .women wU shake pff her entramm.eling skirts and step forth avgin'with,limbj3 as f ree- f rpm shackles as those of Ar temus fierself. - s Of course the jndictment is true "Skirts ,ARE "unhealthy, hideous and immoral." -They DQ take.t...

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. — 24 November 1911

' 1 1 i J i vwNPP9WWJ!W9VQJJJP COMBINE OF MINERS, SEAMEN AND RAILROAD MEN FIGHT MINE AND TRANSPORTATION TRUSTS By Max Hayes. Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 24. A great mining department is being worked out by American Feder ation of Labor representatives of the United Mine Workers and the Western Federation of Miners. The general plans are being pre pared here and the details will.be completed at the convention of the United Mine Workers in Jn dianapolis next January, The new department wi'l in ' elude fully 350,000 members at the outset and probably half a million before the first of April, when the coal scalds expire, and new agreements are to le put into effect. It is the intention of the pro moters of the department to form an alliance with the seamen, longshoremen and federated rail way employes if possible for of fensive and defensive purposes. "We need a department to in clude all men who work under ground in the mining industry as well as close co-operation with the transportation emplo...

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. — 24 November 1911

PSWf J J 'JJ JJ OW4 u m i j j i.yj '"i'va u . jf? RAILROAD ,OWNS- CITY HALL' AND -MAY OUST LE - - THE OFFICIALS s -- jj : A v, f$ : ' i Lm. 'LJBkJim f ' t ' ' " IL" ' . -I " -- v" - The City Hall of Spokane, Wash,.,jQwied by .Railroad f Spokane, Wasfi., Nov. 23.-r-iWanted A home for a nice, new, city gqvernpjent. Anyone1 inter ested conmujijcate with i&ayor JYy. j. Hiqcily,, Spokane, Wash. A" problem aces the common .wealth of Spoane,-state of Wash ington. -' - , It is just tliis: The Ghicago, Milwaukee & St:. Raul rajlroad cqmpa,iy- QW$ "te'site qfvthe presept city-fyal, whjcjvit bohgbt aQW.t a,year ago.-- , , " - .f ' At any minnte ; thg ' -mayor, CGmjnjs.sioner (Qf- public safety andJhe remainder, of the city's egcuiye organization, together with. their goods and chattels, will fee' tjftgwht put -into the ' The city 'dads 'have Galled art- election so the people can vqte on $500,000. wdfjh. pf bonds 'to build a b.raqd new, house.,.. i But the people f sown ypon the jdea, ...

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. — 24 November 1911

1 " vait:wiw 7-" SHEVlS.UR&.TO'APPREdfArA1 n- ". , . . - . , ., ., .'' If you are thinking of someone to whom you wish-to give a small Christmas present, one .that will express, your, -love and' yet be in expensive, put your nimblef fing ers to work afid make awork bas ket. . . , The -double work basket'has'2, rotmd, flat wicker 'discs, an inch Kighat the sides and atyoutrseven inches in diameter. ( ( Cut a piece 'of rather , heavy cardboard' to fit inside of One.' Baste a layer of 'cotton ' batting over this, then coyer with -silke-linej cretonne or any t soft atfd prettily flowered material', draw-"1 ing it smooth over the' cotton and' cardboard. Fasten a roundpin cushiohmto j)lace near the edgeand.-,make places for holding scissors, thim ble bodkin and 1 UlustratiQn snows.-- Whenall the fittings are in place, slip the covered-cardboard, inside one of the'basket sides arid A WG'rk'bag.is'mada on the other basket, the top finished as for an ordinary" bag, 'the lower edge'1 fitt...

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. — 24 November 1911

ffK?vv?V" -lrr wwwwwww nvyf rnpTrssPr M; y 11 TAFT REFUSES MORSE'S APPEAL FOR PARDON ' Washington, Nov. 24. Charles W. Morse, NewYork banker and "ice king' now insthe federal p'ri soh at Atlanta, hasmade another appeal to President Taft. through his lawyers, for pardon. An immediate pardon for Morse was asked, on the ground' that the banker has so failed in health as to be near death. The presideht refusedto-.grarit the pardon ! j The following statement was given out at the Wrfte Hquse of fices this, afternoon, while the cabinet was still in session i "Application has teen made to the president on behalf of Charles W. Morse, for a commutation of his sentence based on his present state of health, which is repre sented to be 'very serious. S'By the president's direction, the attorney general has directed the warden of the Atlanta peni tentiaryto transfer Mr Morse to the TJ. S. Army Hospital at Fort McPherson, Atlanta, where he will have the best possible care , and medical treatment,...

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. — 24 November 1911

I I . I .' 1 1 tl . 1 1 u j ?mmm9mmmwmimmmm -, :WTSE MILWAUKEE JUD'GEJjHE'SENTENCES, SLAYER TO e ' .SUPPORT; WipOW;OF VICTIM" 3 3, t' i K Judge, August "G. Backus. Mrs. Samenfink. Mrs. .Jutrzinslri. Emil. Samenfink. r "You are'sentencedito'suppoitrthe widow. of 'the man you killed. The court, feeHngthatthe;ends,of justiceidemand pro- tection for the-victim of "youirap aswell as punishment of the jj crime itself , will give you "a -"chance -.to redeem yourself !" - Judge Backus. z ; y T) , ' ' c Milwaukee, Nov. 24. Emil, Samenfink, 1017 Eighth 'street killed Alerdrt'Xutrzdnski.aifaiguiiXi recover cards. The widow was leftihelples,s with a baby to sup-p3jit-iSajm4n?ttk-alsos mauied. tUtt-LX-. t . m. ...'...

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. — 24 November 1911

Samenfink" pleade'd guilty be fore Judge August C, Backus of the """municipal court. ' Judge -Backus delivered a decision like unCo Solomon." He sentenced , Samenfink to support the widow and child of the murdered man. "You will be watched closely by your probation officer. Theo dore Puis," said the judge. "You must report to him for two years. If the ,widow suffers from lack of funds, I will impose sentence at once. The mother and wife of Samen fink and Samenfink himself wept for joy at the decision. "I am only a carpenter," he said,- "but I'm glad to do alM can to support Mrs. Jutrzinski. I am a 'happy man." -j o o y' Warmer Gen erall fair tonight and Saturday. Fot Chicago and vicin ity: Lowest tem perature t o n i ght about 30 degrees above ezro: risiner temperature Saturday; ate northwest, shifting to south west, winds. o o One Organization for Each 'Trade, Says A. F. of L Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 24. The A'. F. of L. took the positive stand today that there is room but for one organi...

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. — 24 November 1911

' 7- 'K' ???y"itTiyT,Tikry v? :; ryi fTV1. T HESE'GUTE-LlStE 'ENGLISH .GIRIiS -BURDENED' . ' - ' 'WESOMECNAMES ' - ".' ' '' '' BY VSffi??:' ' .-"The Honi Ursula'Taltipt:; -r.Think of ..such cuti-lit'tja-girls" being'burdened' wjtK.sucft .naiiies. But -it's very. EngJjsTiVTJVe;y'''arfe the daughters 6,'f Lady.,Jngestr.el of England. - )T" " "-' . o o- r-.'-r - ' Premier Asquith annjourices; a. bill to give England i manhood suffirage without .'propr.ty.':qukl-' ificatio'n. "If meahsialn'e'dluger The Hon. Audrey Talbot.. of-radical vote's. Iity' the '.lot of m the poor lofdh -". - - -' .-The 'devil- always": 'forecloses hi& mortgages r without giving any .'days of grace., I . ' The dark.hrnwn tustA is aV.nlhr scheme'thafriever ."brings satisfac- titfn." V, " ',' C - .'r- '' ,. V.,vk ibV5i .

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 24 November 1911

PW4Wi GERTRUDE -PATTERSON- ACGUSEDVOF HAVING- BEEtt WOMAN' OF STJ LOUIS UNDERWORLD IN 1901. ' DenverHColo,.rN5v."24. -For tyo days, Gertrude, Gibson .Pat terson, on trial for the murder of her husband;, "Chick" -Patterson, has been telling her jjtbry to the jury, wtiictfanust Judge of her guilt or innocence.. She has 'drawn for' that jury, a pjtifuTpieture 6i wifely-servitude to a degenerate husband ;whose deraandthat she satrificeall that "is most -dear .to a woman; drove he to desperation and to the slaying of her husband. ' - - i And new. evidence arrived 'in Denver today -that, may utterly destroy that 'picture',." that may make' Gertnide. Patterson's story ofnoavaiL . The'new Evidence. came in .the form of ' a- letter- from Chief of Pojice Young: nof St. Louis to Chief of police"' Armstrong of JCJenvejv'V ., " ' . .- THaYilttefys'tfiat Gertrude K$tftt$m jjh'& z woman of the SLVuisufldemorld: .' " Itwsa'ys tht-she w&s known therVas GertrudeKnight, and that, she, with" aj...

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. — 24 November 1911

?,"w'OTm9qvaMavMmMnpMmi she has not showmmuchaemotion not enQUgh tobear out.her own story of her life with Patterson. "The prosecution'" says 'that if shV tfere So "brutally mistreated' by. Patterson as she claims to have 'been, sne -would show greater emotional feeling on -the staiidr. ' , ' - ' "But her story has had plain effect on the jury. . You ''could read sympathy oh their faces when she told how' she Vented" av flat and herself paid for the furnishing of" it 'imme diately after her marriage to Pat terson. You could read deeper sym pathy when she told' how Patterson-began todrinkr, and refuse to talk to her except when she came bearing' money. And a little ripple 'went through the. twelve men when Mrs. Patterson 'declared that her husband had commanded "her to go out and "get some money at any "of " the good places in town," and that h'e had knocked her down when she "refused. She 'told, too, of the oft-repeated story of the $1,500 sale, of the trip 'with Emil W. Strouss to ...

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. — 24 November 1911

"CJlSir-fM x i -.- -p !rZfir w EfGHT PERMANENT 'JUROR&NOW IN" BOXrTHlRft " - EXERCISING OF PEREMIT6R? CHALLENfeJES.CALLED Los Angeles, Nov -24. Eight permanenf-iuror-s. remain in the box in the McjNarrtara case. When Judge Bordwell today$ called for the third exercising of peremptory challenges the state announced that it would pass the entire list of seven, tentative jur ors in the bpx.. Attorney Darrow immediately peremptorily cnal . lenged Jurors McBruner Stev ens, Marshall and Olcott all of whom.were passed forausfcpver th defense's challenge. The defense feared thejnen be cause alj-adrnitt?d'that they har bored, a prejudice against McNa mara and that they belieyed the Tifnes building, had been des troyed by dynamite. When the .court reconvened today with every sedtin'ther jury box occupied, fivet men ..pet man- .i ,".-j.A-j iyi I...7:..- a cnuy passcu diiti ausuiu(,t juiui?, Darcing. inness, in ,tne dox ana seven subject to .peremptory challenges, neither 'side iii 4he McNa...

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. — 24 November 1911

1 ter prominently- ihtor this -case-became evident when Hofton, in interrogating Bisbee, who said he 'considered the Tinies the or gan of -the- money power," asked whether "his opposition to the Times would affect his verdict should it be showntthat the value of the Times property was an is sue in the case Bisbee said it might. Darrow objected and demanded the an swer be stricken out, Judge Bordwell consenting. It developed later thatrthe de fense is banking heavily on the fact that originally' the Times management charged in its paper that' the structure '-was en tirely demolished as the result "of union bombs. The insurance company, however, refused to pay the liabilities, and Gen. Otis and his aides insisted theMnitial bomb explosion , caused damage of -only $6,230, and' that the fte following destroyed ' property valued at; $302,802. The defense has secured re ports of all the insurance com panies and also subpoenaed vthe city assessors who assessed the destroyed .property at $5...

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. — 25 November 1911

-., sfsi THE DAY BOOK 500 SO. PEORIA ST. .TEL. MONROE 353 VqI. 1, No51 - Chicago, 'Saturday, Nov. -25, 191:1 One Gent :rm r ; s : r : rr: . - THEY'RE PENSIONING MOTHERS IN ILLINOIS- . Miss Jane-Addams-Tells Readers of "The Day Book About It. --. . i5 7 1 "It's a crutch, not wheel chair" The new idea is intended for the temporaryaid of mothers no t,f or tile entire feare' of the fam ily. It keeps youngs.ters.at home instead of in Charitable Institutions. Miss Jane'Addams. The state of Illinois .thinks i: is better to give, a mother, a pension of $10 or $15 a month to help her keep her children at;home rather than spend the same amount maintaining the children in an or phan asylum or state "home". A new law, providing for-mothers' pensions, has justJbecome ef fective. ." The first ' pensioner -Is Mrs. Margaret; Togpcl, who was struggling to bring up six: chil dren on ahard-earnedl$8 a week. . She is now given $15 a month to 'augment 'her -wages and the children will stilllcnow her mot...

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. — 25 November 1911

flpftlVWf sands of applicaf ions forlpensions are being "investigated. The mothers' pension has its dangers as well as its good qualities, as pointed out by Miss Jane Addams the famous - founder of Hull House and an earnest advocate of the law .before the last legis lature. "It is infinitely better for d ?"frr -sn ,.i jm nr,mmi; 1 .iXmmL t I !LLJBr-!Wi? L III I 1 fr v a ftt- 1 y-j iui i r- . Atf.it s y ." j7 m ' -. i.- "wim -?r .:fnfcL.rri, vantage' of discovering the worthy will be only a minor onL If the mother should lose ambj tion and self-dependence through the pension she receives, then thej ' administration of the law ha. been detrimental to her and tcT society. ' "The- pension in intended for. the temporary aid of those moth-T 7& 1 ! Tk SXIJMMIvu 1 iriSnT Which Mother Love at HomeJ .or Chilly Institutional Care? woman to keep -her children un der her own supervision 'wher ever it is possible and she has, the desire to do her best for them," says Miss Addams." "It is bett...

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. — 25 November 1911

sSSS? -Qffiqersvof 'ther.juyenile . vcourt rfave found that qiosr of the ap plicants -are vomien-''.whos,ei only njeaji's ofij&ugpprt is labor. :tfiat takjsilt0n-'"avvyl from their ff6mes,-all'day g.nd whose? children are-left tcthe. eare'of ' nejgnbors or .qa'rjurseries. t x - - ' : T TJivro:qg'lr ttfeCsumnier 'these women arjL.ablejfojrnanage',' hut theinimj, yvintpr-increases:-the expense -m.Hving, sothat often it befqm,es.lmgp,sslple., In'nJQtes agplfcants ,-fpr pyehsibrisreliesdaid tjllsuch time asvuje.-cjtiqrenf;Wiji;Deian am ana iQt'tTuKlenipf the5 mdt"ier. r ' do a TpJOGTpJIOHER COURTS 'f BipcoH fijt,iM-irdv. 24. Prpstfng-tRaV'tey'Jjap rioth-itodp7wtetheIactuil-tarring Qfitjss )JarytQhrqberJaih; John Scrjmjdi; and" ilpiernllQat Jc, seli fjmcecT last riigljtV-'to rone'year eajchiia thcpeniteh'tiary after" the jury hadr deliberated . '.for 'more, than"30Jqus" over,their virdict oigiultytoday Y4'dth,ey- would carry the' Jitter to. the; "higher ' courts. ' Tefr.cpuneliClaims...

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. — 25 November 1911

- fvyh !cow-towingto every uniform be came fixed. " And how" have those iqside the uniforms- taken this idol worship ? , Ask the creatures of the underr world that must -buy the privi lege to exist and ply their trade, from some over-lord in uniform. , Ask the prostitute who was in troduced to shame and misery at ' som,e national guard encamp ment hy a Khaki uniformed hero of sham battles. , Ask the grief stricken fathers and mothers , of the young men and wom'en whom the love and li cense of uniforms debauched and destroyed. Ask the toiler whose request for an honest living is met with the club or bullet " of uniformed authority. ' J Ask the past what moral, rot tenness has been hid under a gau(Ty uniform and then pull off the uniformof today and satisfy yourself whether the hideous thing it covers has grown any prettier with time. Of course the business man who puts dollars above every thing else sees even in vice, a chance "to increase his pile and objects if anyone tries tp crab...

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