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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 25 November 1911

SJJSkwT3 , -Bient( to meet-Aid. Geiger of the sH st ward. Geiger failed to keep the. appointment. Amrem says -that he and Bauler then' drank jseyeral glasses of "beer and each Btea sandwich. vBauler told Amr-einhe had been accidental! shdt while on a hunt ing trip, and that one of the shots wastilP in his lip,,and gave him Vpnsiderable pain. . Amrein says Bauler started " for home hbrtly before L o'clock, and ernedin god spirits. The, dead klHerman'arriyed home at'l a. m., 'ftd went directly to, bed.' ..Mtthew Bauler, the father, kaldV. "Something tells, me the eh'pf my son was not"due to ita'tural causes, Ibelieve he died of poison,, and. that.it was given him by "some one 'whose enmity llVhad incurred, .1 have'no proof jgf this." tl is merely a'present merit'. x- , VMy son died with foam on his (lips. His face, became purple a tew minutes before death. -There seemed to be convulsions of some "sort." ,j The lasfstatement is consider ed most-significant in support of the poison theo...

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. — 25 November 1911

r( ? vr y- w- m THE WORLD'S NEWS BRIEFLY TOLD Andrew Carnegie, who is 74 to day, was one of the first visitors St Bigelow's Home to extend cpn gfatulations. John F. Dryden, former U. S. Senator, died last night. Guiseppe Sicurelli, N. Y., has 'applied to police to help him find his left ear. Guiseppe lost it dur ing an argument with neighbor. Two-of four concerns which are to carry on business of Amer ican Tobacco Co., incorporated at Trenton, N. J., today. Capital of one, $36,800,200, of other, $26, 463,200. Haw, haw ! Ho, ho ! Yo oooh ! Donkey stole comedy "busi ness" in performanceof II Pag hacci at N. Y. Was to Waw Car uso across stage. Laid 'down on job. Maybe the donk knew it was, Caruso. V - , Cardinal ' Designate Falconi i was informed by the Pope today that he would He made dean of the American cardinals. - ' HeacT waiter at Sherry's got reckless", and asked society wb-! mantoitop smoking. "Stop 'me if you dan, said she. He couldn't.' 25 dead 'have been found in ruins of oi...

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. — 25 November 1911

!T aaawMaaniBBBBa - -i nj k"r ' st !,.., chickens, .100 f "just""cpmman,: chickens" and 75 turkeyst-oif sale ? at cost price's' in'fcity nqaVk,t"tcrf ' day. Turkey s 1 8cents-a-pqjin d;' rrchickens, 14 to". 19 c&rjts.. v f "The most daring an$ danger o'us conspiracy agains'tithV'We,!- - fate of the -people ever-cookedrtn1 ,f finance." What Alfred" OCro: ier, among" othei; thihggallj; nfthe Aldrich xenraf banfeqlank.fj ' jTvm iw- r New giant music 'box' operatfes- ifc nm Afir." t ' v -WDV. ?lr TJiE STlTJCHrN-TlME-- - - Boston .,philaith'ropists 'are .planrfmg'iarmsy'for "down and outs-Hririen jitst "released from prison, victims offthe dnnk'habit, and' the .utterly poorfof great cities. i ,,-;'!,.. - It is a go'od'wojk.,.but it doesn't imeet the greatejstjj.need of Amer ica in ' CQnnectiojn'iwj'th hpne uildirigon.'the,scnl. " L&Wbatisned&fis arfamtlet for fvatiumbersJof mfifanjd-wonjen 'who are, not dowji',Jandtout and .'Ulrjnt' infnr1.T hf " T .VA ;,;,;. ?.vriaont intenc...

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. — 25 November 1911

mmmmmm ENGLISH SUFFRAGETTES ARE SNT TO PRISON BY su-. LONDON GOVERNMENT AS "MARTYRS" !?g.'gi',-!Hl-jalatfi:a:aa Tiff' 1 "All df us1 now and then, long jo be felt.sorxy 'for ., Rather than pay5 fmes for.physlcal'd'eni-' on strai tion aig a rn's t government- jUT- Don don, English suffra gettes have again taken jail sentences. Pictures were taken when previous suffra gette party went to jail as "martyrs." barge picture shows one of them in her' narVow cell. At the side are three others, " also prisoners. At the ' 'left, is. the prjson itself.

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. — 25 November 1911

ftyvt"' " '""f i fmpitn MARTcY .LITTLETON'. SHOWS -WHY-HE- SHOULD HAVE A CAN-TIED TO'HIBPBY PEOPLE WHO-ELECTED HIM Stanley Going to, Have"' Rockefeller BeforeCommittee Even if He "Has to. Defy Injunctianffjuj-y Found Jonn'-D. Had Cheated 4 "MerritS'OuFoP Property. j - ""' ,i nejion.,M.artyk.'v; J-4p-. , tletpn: of'New-'Yqrkjrhas followed the illustriaus.ex- ample of John .'D. 'Rocked "idler," and issued a" state- ment t .. ' And;like"Tohn D.'s state ment, party's is chiefly re markable for what it docs not -state. KMarty is oi the Stanley, 'committee for' the investi gation o'f the'Steel Trust, anjFnasbeeh distinguishing- himself lately by try ing to gag'that committee. ,'T consider," says Mar tyrs statement, "that it is not right for the Stanley committee to go on while, the government is prose ,cuting ithe Steel Trust;; The committee and the Department of Justice would be proceeding'along exactly the same lines, and" so long as the government' be proceeding "along "Ithe -.saiei vl...

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. — 25 November 1911

I ' An enlightened judge, would rule that it was incompetent, ir revelant and anything else that -came to his mind. For Rockefeller buncoed the Merritts out of their property before he, Rockefeller; sold the property to the Steel Trust: Looks like the Hon. Marty W. Littleton were-playmg a funny game, doesn't it ? Especially as his sudden -aversion to the continuance of ,the Stanley committee's" investiga tion occurred-just' when thatcom mitteewas getting down to cases and finding voutintefesting things about John D. Rockefeller and the Rev. Frederick Taylor Gates'? Of course, Marty's 'antecedents are against him. He-xs alawyer. He is so clever! alawyer that various embarrass ed corporations have found need for his services, and have "paid highly therefor. He is amember of the firm of O'Brien, 'B.oardman -.& Piatt, New York The principal part ners in'this firm, outside of Marr ty, are ex-judge Morgan, J. O'Brien, Albert E. Boardman and Frank H. Elatt, son of the late Thomas C. Pi...

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. — 25 November 1911

MHHHHHMOTOTHaV wwrvv wj?,1 x ZwY$prrTWf T fact that Marty's name-still-is"dtt the door-o'f the firm, -andhe him self still preserves, and uses'the suite of offices- there, he" had be fore election. Marty's defection dqesn't mat ter very 'much, 'except inasmuch as it shows just why trustinvesti gations don't usually 'investigate. It doesn't matter because, the Hon. A. O. Stanley,-chairman.pf the investigation sayshe's going to see that it doesn't. ' Stanley says: .v 4 "No'power on5 earth except Congress-can tie the hands o this committee in the work'it is'doing. ''No court jrijunction-nathing will stop the investigation un less the Democratic Congress -sp orders. " ' " I '.' "The members of the 'commit tee arethesrvajits of the House The House'is theCservant o'f the people. - And I don't think! this House will betrtythe people."' "5 "And just note clown "here, thai: .'itAVont because" it will be'think ing powerfully of 1912, and there fore of the wishes Of the 'people. "Powerful forc...

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. — 25 November 1911

w:f&Hm?i&&n? , . rv-w-. ( x. t y f ' - i " - riot' sustain an action for 'deceit. JWhich'is what this action is " Whereupon, the twelve good men-and true promptly returned a verdict -in favor of Albert Mer ritt for $940,000. Judge Sanborn of the Circuit Court reversed this verdict. But he did not do so because Rocke feller had not bilked the Merritts out of their property. He. revers ed the' verdict because "the low ercourt. erred in not allowing the admission of testimony as to the value of the Merritt property." If John D. is truthful, there's an awful lot of people who are either liars or fools including the twelve men who sat under Federal Judge 'Reindeer. I o o 1- SPENCER FOUND GUILTY; FIRST DEGREE MURDER Springfield, Mass., Nov. 25. Bertram G. Spencer was found guilty of, murder in the first de gree this, morning, after the jury deliberated 5 hours. He was charged with shooting and killing' Miss Martha Blackstone while robbing.the Dow home, the night of March 31,-1...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 25 November 1911

f we--"- -wv .-a"jwr v' &'"' 'JWE'RE GOING AT IT AGAIN,":SAYS LA FOLLETTE . New York, Nov. 25. -The comings session of congress will see, a vigorous 'attack oa the tre mendous annual railroad graft fn charges for postal car service, ac cording to$enator 'LaFolIette's s,tatement in a new installment of his 'autobiography in the Decem ber. American Magazine. -- Hetells how that graft has continued for- a decade, under p'owerful protection, and says: - "Vilas of Wisconsin was postmaster-general " in 'Cleveland's cabinet.' One of 'thnrgt re forms he urged was against the excessive rental ' charge of rail road 'companies for postal cars. "After a thqrougtt investiga tion he showed that for the rental which" it' paid annually the gov ernment coiild'actually build out right equip and keep in repair'all the:cars it used and then save $500,000 a year.- . ' "Evans had beep appointed to the house - committee on postgf fices, and when -he got hold of Vilas""report ft art)a?ed,him as it'woul...

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. — 25 November 1911

!VCCSX?SX0C,C?;,C,C"ccvookm- N amendment later .and- independ ently, that he (Penrose) would promise to have it reported back favorably from the committee and help, in passing it. I promptly accepted his propo sition," but Penrose went away aid did not return until sOvnear the end of the session that when I went to him,- he said he could not get his committee together so I lost 'out again. "At the next session I began earlier, and -got a resolution through the senate which pro vided for an investigation by the interstate commerce commis sion. TJiis investigation has' Keen made, .and reported and at an other session we are going at it again F' o o R. I. PRESIDENT FLATLY REFUSES MEN'S DEMANDS Following a conference yester day between Rock Island officials and a committee of international presidents of the crafts involved, the two sides are as widely sep arated in the controversy as be fore. Apparently .there is no hope of an apiicable adjustment. The labor leaders yesterday discussed ...

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. — 25 November 1911

fTrv ii j ii vw it jj mv n l .: Vv '' jjTrr" r?yT5? SU vF V 'yw Hf-"1 "Tfrry'T T ft each prune. Take one-half cup ful gelatin, and ...put over itjusft enough wate.r to 'covers Heat juice of prunes-and measure,QUt one pint and pour oyer gelatih, have juice "b'oiling'fiot,' Adxlione half leupf uj sugar Jind ijuiceot three lemons,, strait anda pqur oyer prunes,. , .Put this in ' mold and whent Served cut piece from. center and , frJU with wjpod( cream. ,- ,- .J ,?" ,-,'' CYNTHIA' GREY'S- DAILV' CORRESPONDENCE f ' 4 ! - j Please tell nfe the way 'to' eat boiled eggs. .-"M. B. ' '- l" f" rAv If soft 'boiled, -break "i'nt'o an egg-cup-and'eat with a'spotfp. If hard-"boilecl? remove" the shel; find eat from the plate with'a fork. - , - ' t -' :(1) WbatlwiH cure warts? (2.) My face is shiny. What, will help? (4) I. have Jrpwn. eyes, brown hair and a fair skin. What are, my colors? Polly Brown Eyes.' -;' '. . , f . t A: Apply nitric acrd 'once daily- with a woo'den topthpick fot a few"days. ...

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. — 25 November 1911

iryyvCyyyyyy a w Those contemptible cow ards who tarred and feather ed a Kansas school-marm on the strength of gossip they had hearcj, deserve more punishments than they are likely to get in a court of law. Eight, million people,, are on the verge of starvation as as result of crop failure in twenty districts in Russia. Now, to hear Willie Hearst tell it, he has launch ed the new republic of China. It's just one step more in what he tells. Dr. Osier announces an ar ticle on- the American voice. Wonder what's his age limif for the baseball fan s vocal cords. OSCAR AND ADOBPHAJTHE Tod ADoLf we lay ia ' ' LtT -U5 id vTlir" fn f ive use atm -" ov.nNITCELBAMK MUST VIN AD ALL HAZAFtBSi 0" "K loaf of bread 12 feet, Jong, 2 feet wide and weighing 250 lbs., is the latest. It would m?ke 12, 500 sandwiches and would keep a man and his wife in bread for a vear, if it could be kept fresh. I , Missionary life in China sup plies plenty of excitement. Just now they are on the run for the coast. BLA...

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. — 25 November 1911

N I II I l.l l,J MLWJlyJJL54IJLV,MA, V ,W "A! ,4!V3i5P55r,W?J 'LATTER SEES TO IT THAT SCHNITZELBANK WINS "Hg SG'S MGrt WAS m mi pCKr OSQARi yVMV? v .T THAT SOJe " SCHNITZeii- r VfV -SPtRE ME, UNC '' i 7 BesiTes ID I Jggi SonId MflTTgR. Feu steps r MORe und :dnss vili. ue l A TOUCHDOWN!' 1 ,,'J RAX " KT Hcri ?ifs Me DOT B4LU, .Beco?s- jrTT ,fUst t, K -SCHftrrzECBNK MUST VIN i - x""" -da

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. — 25 November 1911

I TELLS MAX HAYES OF AWFUL RECORD, QFJdEATH AND INJURY AMONG STRUCTURALWORKERS - explqsion'.r --' ' Not'only .will that claim be proven "false in the McNamara trial, but we will show thqt we en deavored to secure an agreement with -the erectors' asso'cjatiqn "to prevent-or atMeastnfinimie the awful 'slaughter 6fr-human lives due to the speeding up system thatf has' beeh'inf roduced'by "cer tainmployers. ' "-v ' "Not oply has the erectors' as sociation refused 'to make gny agreement, but -'whenever any worker is injured' its lawyers are at -the; hospital 'before anybody else to secure his signature toa ddcument waiving alL'rights for damages under the common ' latw for afewpaltry'dollars. ' "On our part we charge that, due.'to their driving methods and indifference' to: life and limb," the erectors are responsible for the catastrophes that are constantly occurring. ,In Quebec 68'men were kijled, 30-in -Louisville, 12 on the Wabash" bridge in Pitts burgh, 11 on -the Chicago Audi toriu...

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. — 25 November 1911

are many more. But they are un able to discover anything of an -o- incriminating-. nature becaqse there is nothing" to discover.'' , WOMEN RIDERS WORE THIS IN 1830 33&9&&S " NR$ - l-''3"'iC3i-' - tlSZf fc iEaftifc-Jivv . . m; feLTRStrfHi I ilWT S3 5 --5R. '-!!" ' VJ7KHHH 6 1 - - rf- Cv. r; 'J1 r ' --; - - TTTBT RT ' "" "XL-S ,sss. sm ..-sr ..m... , i -'0 -v Thin etui u? coj-lumc is worn in an eccentric quadrille in a new London ballet.lt is-a riding-habit of '1830, slightly accentuated for the purpose of the ballot. ' - og - Sometimes- ' these English manage to distil a glimmer of humbr oht of things.- Look atthis from Punch : J,The statement "that a Nober- prize to be ' awarded ' to Mr. Thomas Edison" for Physics has aroused considerable amount ,6f pleasurable excitement -among children all over the world who" take it fo mean thata really taste less Castor Oil has been discover ed at last." - - - fcSK v vw J s 11 J -J Af-S- - f? Glory, Hallelujah, toys, Just git up and ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 25 November 1911

,'.u.. ,i.'' wmmmmmmmmmmm l-F-TM' vgNycvcyc,Vc v . , ... i, f V- z: .. - ', . ... - - ,. V.'EROST-TONIGHT" - " By Edith MvThomasan: Harper's. Magazine. Apple-green wjestand an orangebaty ' ' And the-crystal eye of a lone' one star,. . . Andjt "Child, takethe shearsarid-Wf: wtoatryou will, Frost tonignfc-WfClearan'd dead-stilli" i Thenrlsallyfprth, hlfjsad, half -proud, And I cometp the" velvet,, imperial crowd, T-he.ine-red, thetgbldtfcecrimspn; the ? pied (Th'e'dahliasith?ita-eign'by;'tle garden side. THe HahlieskT mjgfit'ijQt'tonch'';ill'ttomght! -A gleam of fthe shears jp-thVfa'drag ljght, And I gatiered4hemallf the'splendjd through i Andiin(onegreat sheaf 'I bore them 'along. v -fa '' Inmygar4iiaf?Lie with Its Yal Mate flowers I,heea a vbjce'ih the, shrinking ljours: "Frost tonight so clear and dead-still . . . .'- ?J Half'adhajf'Drbuci, my ms I-fill. ivf . WTTtl.TVftftAlTrt TMU'N'nT T I 1- -". f f ft THECKENS PEOPLE -'Alfred Tennyson ,Dickens. son of his fatjier and gqdsqir of ...

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. — 25 November 1911

I 1 1 i pi mj i u m ij i pi !i,V,im'J "AW !WW .f - THEY WERE AFRAID SOME ONE WOULD GIVE THEM AN AUTOMOBILE Francis and Frances were were brother, and sister. They were very different. v Francis was afraid 'some one would give him a gasoline car and-Frances was afraid someone wpuldgtve her an electric Aside from these troubles they room and a lower one in the bath' room and .here you are . by the reading light. Don't you see that the 'wasted current of the unnec essary lights can neYer-beTyours again. It is just as if you had thrown, that much light, ''of that much money away."- ? "Aw, shucks," said Francis, for you see he feared that High Hat was trying to give him an auto- were quite hapjjy and they might have escaped' even these , trials, had it not been for two fairies whov lived withthem. One was the fairy of the High Hat and the other the fairy of the Long Skirt. One day High- Hat- said- to Francis, "My son; please remem ber that the electric buttons are to turn off light as we...

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. — 25 November 1911

k- V(VHWV zzmm :;WWivi-iV' mussed up and left as much food as the ate." "Children," High Hat, "plenty of food is good, but too much is bad.. It costs just as m,uch time and trouble to prepare food wast ed as food eaten. Good food in the garbage can means good money out of pocket." Both Francis and Frances paid as little attention as possible, for they were very sure that High Hat was trying to give them a pony and cart. You hardly, believe that chil dren could be so foolish, do you, and you think there must be some mistake. But suppose Francis wasted five cents worth of light a day, and five cents worth of food a meal and five cents worth of useless wear and tear oi clothes, furniture, or school books and that Frances wasted just as much, don't you see that in ten years that would buy an automobile? And if Frances refused to be neat and grew up into a rowddy, whom no man wanted to marry and no woman wanted for a friend, don't you see that she would lose ever so much more than an ele...

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. — 25 November 1911

3SW Ftfl.ff , THE PECULIARITIES OF A DEARBORN STREET "BANK" WHICH IS TO BE INVESTIGATED BY POSTOFFICE f A most remaTkable institu tion has been found thriving in our midst . Its name is the Dearborn Sav ings bank not incorporated and its discoverer is -Chief Post' joffice Inspector James E. Stuart. Its purposes are to get money from unsuspecting people, and then lend pa'rt-of it back to them at 5 per cent interest per annum. The promoters are William Irvin & Co., bankers (William Irvin), room 900, 15 South Dear born street, and John A. Brewer, Loans, room "901; 115 c South' Dearborn. Messrs Irvin and "Brewer .will be given a chance" to explain the inwardness of their financial operations and their use of the mails to the. postoffice authorities, and, maybe; a federal grand jury. The clients of Messrs. Irvin and Brewer are not,' among the malefactors ' of great wealth not at all. They are mostly women in", poor circumstances whom Messrs. Irvin and Brewer induced to become contrib...

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. — 25 November 1911

volved, but can be easily ex plained. The contributor to the "bank" was 'permitted" to pay the bank 50 cents a week for one year and 40 cents for another year. .By the end of the second 3'ear, the contributor would have pre sented $46.80 in all to the "bank.'" Then the "bank" out of the goodness of its heart would al low the contributor to pay the third y ear's .subscription, amounting to $15.60, in adance, and lend him the $46.80. .Thus the contributor was lent $31.20 of his. own money at 5 per cent interest per annum, while the bank held $15.60 of the contributor's money to be sure that interest was paid. Of course, if the contributor, like Mrs. Kelly, did not keep pn contributing ion 5 years, he, or she, lost their mpney. Isp't that about as cute a little scheme of getting people's money away f:om them as ever landed a'man in the penitentiary Inspector Stuart thinks it is, and he pi onuses he will see what can e done about it. A A (SHOPPING BEFORE CHRISTMAJ 'Never look a gift, in...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
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