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

I NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO Mrs. Barnetta Hickey, 4727' Indiana ave., shot in arm early today. Claim shooting done by burglar. Nothing missing from house. Separated from husband, and rumors of trouble, with daughter. Police making inves tigation of suspicious circum stances. Mrs. Hickey sayshe will not prosecute man .who shot her. Joseph Rather, 2327 Manitou place, found two burglars un' his flat lats night. Had collected pile' of silverware and -clothing. Both men escaped. ;( E. G. Tressesi, guest at On tario hotel, reported to 'police that jewelry valued at $800 ha'd been stolen from his room. Safe in office' of H. V. Mahin, 5300 Armour ave., broken open last night Thief took $25 and escaped, " ' T ' ' Herman Rupp, Joseph "Drew, John Ford, Walter McBreen, Ar thur. Pianta, -William .Crusing' and Morris .Cruising, boys, from 16 to 20 years old, arrested, charged with robbing' Albert King, 16, of his-hat, overcoat and' $1, at '75th and Si Center,He also' says .they beat him....

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. — 25 November 1911

ftsr WVffVfWVUIII framjstbre' at-5,05- $. - -HalstecL Muskhave -thought he-wasra cen- - - Miss 'Emma - Arnold, 58 -years old,- Ionia,, MicliM ,BJied.'by car last night at Clark" and Sherman place. , -o, .' ' " tipede, tP- MAYING THE SICK-COMFORTABLE Byi Josephine Hill;r :s Graduate Nurse-K.'-Vr Hospitals '"' r The smallthings are 'really the . big things in"a sick room.-- "Atten- tion ;6 "seemingly -unimportant a details means much 'in a patient's J comfort. ' l " ' " a 'If ' you can have" & few fresh flowers or-a'growing plant in the sickto'om, it'will give 'a great-deal of pleasure, ;but" don't have "cut flowers in the foqm at-'iuglit. " Be sure to put?1"resn WateY'in the vase each day. " r' Always -have a place "for' the doctor to wash his' hands, and a clean towel'fbr him. ' Have some sort of pretty shawl, or dres'sing sack to put "on-your patient-whe'n she sits up in bed to eat; as every .additional luxury, no ma titer1 how simple," gives pleasure-to the sifck'. . ilf you "...

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. — 25 November 1911

GERTRUDE 'PATTERSON SUBJECTED TO CRUELEST CROSS-EXAMINATION IN HISTORY OF WEST - Denver, Colo., Nov. 25. Ger K trude Gibson Paterson today was subjected to' the most terrible arr iaignmentoi a women that ever took place in the courts of the Middle West Under the terrible fire of ques tions rained upon her by Special Prosecutor Horace G. Benson, the woman writhed and quivered and trembled and wept. Twjce she broke down utterly, and while the proceedings of the court were halted, she sobbed 'hysterically, until at last she (was supported from the courtroom for a breath of fresh air. Once she fainted,, and lay across a tabje before the jury in . white' stillness while the. men in the courtroom sat looking at each other uncomfortably. ' N Benson is perhaps the clever- ' est criminal lawyer in the Middle West. And he is merciless in his cross-examination. fte is striving to tear the veil t.from the very soul of;. Gertrude Patterson, and to do so, he is working as a surgeon would, probing...

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. — 25 November 1911

" 't'?tvV,f tAiadmmmQmmmmmmmmm HI lisbs;svuspi;cions(to':regt"witlr these endearjngflettersj; the man Strous's "was. hanging over your hou'lde," watching as, you -wrote, sugg'estingnew 'love 'names' you thjgKt call the husband you were deceiving. ' "We iSji'4U .prove rnore 'than that. We; shall'prove .that trquss hirpself ,wr'pte some, of the pqsfcr crjptsto' these 'letters'' ; j.IVfrs. Patterson tcpllapsed'-j As "she., shook with-sbbs,,fthat sfouRd qdvcuriously,lQud ,in the till,cp.urt roQrn, Peijspnt'wjned thjej t sweat "from, hispjrejjieali. . ; " Wjtjen'Trs Pa'ttersfpjvifas able oncerribjre to sjtfupf Besonbf er gan;again'., . In' a'iew words, to the jury, Be 'declared 'that arnask jj'f virtue,.often vqlefTthe mst hid eous depravity.-, j'r.,. , r ... .Then once.mprejrhe. Uurnechto Mrs. Pattersoi?. tjr ' ., J.r ,""ls'itnbt trfue' he demanded jjn. a voice, of -thunder, "that you vene part proprietress of a -St. Xouis resort'ihr190-before ever you knewtStfouss? ,-- 7 u "IS it not. ...

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. — 25 November 1911

WWWW wvv m. J r: i -i Ji 3 - A- "HOODOO" FORCES ADJOURNMENT 'UNTIL- MONDAY MORE GUARDS ARE PLACED "OVER J. B.'McNAMARA Los Angeles, 'Nov. S.What the superstjtious called another manifestation of the f'hoodoo" which has been hovering over the MqNamara trial today iorced an adjournment of court until Mbn- r Charles Sexton, brother of pen ma'nent juror, J. B. Sexton,, who has been suffering from tubercu losis, died unexpectedly today and Juror,Sexton Wdi sent to his home accompanied by a deputy. He will remain until after the funeral. ,, At the same time, , Attorney Lecompte Davis, for the defense, announced that his partner, Jud Ross, ha'd been taken sudden ly ill. t Judge Bordwell, on this account, 'and 'out' of respect "to the memory of Sexton's brother, ordered an adjournment. The eight men who "have been sworn as permanent jurors are: F. A. Erode, G. F. Bisbee. J. H. Coke, Robert Bain, F: D. Green, Byron L'isk, J. B. Sexton and William Andre. J. J. .McNamara vs. McManigal. Los Ang...

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. — 25 November 1911

::ximmmmmmmmmmmftiiinm , - r - J V 'J " ,-i' 1 t left to,use on foun.men.yet tp.be chosen and it is certain thatvas soon as they are exhausted,; the work of filling the box w"ill,not take half a 'day. , ' The court has decided that two reserve jurors shall be drawn, despite the contention of the de fense that this is absolutely, un constitutional. ' Attorney Darrow insistedto day that if either of thetwo men is substituted, for a regular juror for any reason, 'it will furnish grounds for an appeal-to theSu-' preme court of the United States. When the trial,, was resumed. today .there were.atilLthree va-J cant.seats in the.box which must be filled before the fourth exer cising oi:pjer.emptoriesr could' be gin. H. S. Beaman, passed- into the box over the defense.'s chaK lenge, admitted, a prejudice against cMcNarnara ,and said he knew from. personal observations. that the Time's was dynamited. The, defense will have to .chal lenge him: Attorney Davis,- for, the de fense, today continu...

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. — 25 November 1911

FT iH&&ifie3ij . ? f-rc:''-r'7Sv8B'f::' ;e,w,H; f" V- ""Unless th'e private "detectives are afraid they, cannot . legally hang him, I don't think he is in danger; while, as for suicide, I, think he'd be premature- in at tempting such, while the court seems so anxious to assist in get ting him out of the way. These are merely more irresponsible ru mors, although we know the guard lias .been increased, but supposed that good friend of Mc Namaras, who is now the guest of 'the country's big bankers fn New Orleans (Burns) might know some reason. "I am merely judging this, however, frqm the latest of his damnable lies-published broad cast. If Burns 'wants undying fame and riches, let him show us where our million dollar defense fund is, T We'd be well pleased" and will pay him $750,000:"' " Replevin Suit Ousted. Indianapolis, Nov, 25. The-re-plevin suit of the,, International Association of Bridge and Struc-j tural Iron Workers to ' obtain possession of books and docu-( ments, now...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 25 November 1911

How Some Tremendous Evils Are Being Wiped Out, tration court and the Doard of sanitary control. The'Sanitary board works with inspectors and experts and has niade excellent headway in an al most overwhelming task. j Light, cleanliness and 'safety are what the board seeks. This means adequate fire protection and the abolishment of dark-, disease-breeding shops in lofts and in cellars, and other condi tions too disgusting for descrip tion. The board has begun to issue sanitary certificates to shops which meet its demands. About 12 per cent of the shops inspected have been found entitled to cer tificates. During May, June and July the board made 75 inspections on complaints; 68 original" inspec tions an'd 1,450 general reinspec tions,twith the following results accomplished: On May 1 there were 197 shops defective in fire protection; on July 15 there were but 54. On May 1 there were 626 shops de fective in sanitary care. This was aT totalof 823,On July. 15, w shoSthad 'made improve men...

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. — 27 November 1911

ST &pmm&m& wmwww r ' , TH1"0K 50pSO..PEpRlXtST. :i; Tc3?V . ;. ":TEp: foONROE 353 Vol.-l,Nq.52 r -,CMcago,-Mohvday;vNpy..27, 1911 .-Ope" Cent ?THE JHJPEOUS CH&lfcE BE;TWEE;NSTARVATION ' AND VICE,' CIVILIZATIONS DISGRACE V J v Jane;Addams,of Hull liousetlT ells '.Story to Ruin of Young Rtissidn Woman on Qhicaga's Streets to Show -Peril oft Conditions?-". J",.' : . : The women-of ttie.v streets the pity, ov them,' and the blight ing, dan geTof "them, fo" the' youths and gfrjs of- the. community, "is emphasized, by Jane Addams. of Hull House, in a series . of 'arti cles now running in McClurVs magazine. . t r " ".Many 6i thVse (w,omen," she says," "are sent out and protected by cadets'and'they "also, are util ized to, secure -patronage for -the disreputable houses. --,-..,. "Sonie of them are desperate creatures", .making one. last effort before they enter a public "hos pital to face a miserable end; oth ers are young " girls' trying occa"; - sianally to earn mon eyf or...

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. — 27 November 1911

"-Jf "Even in, her, ' shocked revolt, she could not understand, of course, that she herself epitom ized that hideous choice between starvation and vice whic h is, per , haps, the crowning disgrace of civilization. "The 'Jegal suppression of street solicitation would not only protect girls, but would enorm ously minimize-the risk and-temp-tation to young men and boys, - "The entire system of recruit ing for commercialized vice is largely dependent on boys, who are scarcely les sthe victims of the system than are the girls them selves. "In 1908 when Mr. Clifford Roe conducted successful proseV cutions against one hundred and fifty cadets in Chicago, nearly all of thejn were local boys who had used. their personal acquaintance to secure rneir victims. "The Occident of a long ac quaintance with one of these boys born in the Hull House neighbor hood, filled me with questionings as to. how far society may be re sponsibleior these wretched lads, many of them begining a vicious career when ...

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. — 27 November 1911

mmmmmmmm ' Th actual presenting" oevi. 'denceis expected to-begin .two weeks from today. . " . . r. . '"- :o- "" PresidentRipIey'of the Santa Fe,R. R. says "Taft is a, disap ro- , ; . '. YARNSOF .THE' NATIONAL PASTIME' 1' :: ! ', ' "' J . By. Billy Evans. . ," ' , If theAthleticsjwiri the American -league pennant next year th,ey-wJlj, ofcoursje, contend f on ,the world's championship again. In.-this event,-Iwonderi ;theold.cry, relative to the strength of Americair league 'catching, staff -will be 'raised? j -When the Athletics met-the Cubs in-1910, the catchers. were most discussed 'It .seemed, the -unanimous. opinion that Thoma's, , Lapp and Livingston were outclassed by Kling and Archer. It wa& predicted lheCubs would have, an easy time on the bases. What hajjpepedishiBtory. ' The Athletics presented the thrills. Thomas and Lapp''stopped-the-Qubs without trouble. Kling and Archer had more "than their share ' -' i ' Wheri'the-fast-going Giants won the right -to meet the Athlet...

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. — 27 November 1911

vn- iI'I;t1i'WWWF' nwmmpmPMMiiMMini THE WORLD'S NEWS BRIEFLY TOLD Final order dissolving "bath tub trust" handed down in U. S. circuit court in Baltimore today. President Madero of Mexico today received ultimatum from governor of Oaxaca giving fed eral government 4 hours to with draw its interference with the provincial government, or the state will secede. Hughes in a Mercer won the" Savannah auto trophy at Savan na.h today. Witt in an E. M. F. won the Tiedeman trophy. Mul ford in a Lozier captured the Vanderbilt cup, the auto classic. William Blair, Delphi, Ind., resisted arrest in Kokomo. He will probably die. M. E. Barton, Marion, Ind., rescued woman and child from mad steer." In the words of Ben Hyjnan, "you couldn t bull that feller." - Dynamiters destroyed heating plant "of high school building at Hope, Ind.f today. J. A. O'Berry, white, St. lary's, Ga., sentenced to hang for the. murder of a.negro woman and Ker daughter, is the first white rpan in, this state tp be pun ished...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 27 November 1911

solemn Ceremonies mark elevation 'ofthe nineteennew members of sacred college Rome, Nov. 27. Nineteen new cardinals were ejected, to the Sacred-College at the Vatican to day. The ele.ction, which was no more than the "formal, ratification of the selections already made by the Pope,' .was, secret1' and. sur rounded by all thestime honored ceremonies 'of the church. Most Rev. William H. O'Connell. "A Early in 'the morning the mem bers of the Sacred'Cbllege, in the red'robes' and' violet,' erimine tfrimmed cloaks'of their'rank, and "Vith b'la'ck: clad chaplains" as'train fearers, began' to gather in the famous hall of the consistories. ''Shortly. before 9 o'clock. Car dinal Preglia, dean of' the Col lege, entered, the hall, and the cardinals ranged, tjiemselyes around the walls of the foim. At 9, the Pope entered, .and took his seat on the. papa throne. Cardinal Or,eglia kneeled jo His Holiness and .then took his seat at the Pope's right. , . The Qonsjstory was declared open. The Pope ...

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. — 27 November 1911

jLiJiiimmmmmmmmfsmmmwff i through-spoliation by the Italian government, of, its- temporal power. The year also was marked, continued His Holiness, "by the impunity with which Protestant .sects, by w.hich he is supposed to have referred specially, to the Methodists, have opposed the church openly in Rome. "A malevolent sect hating God ind Christian order," as-.the Pon- ' 'Most Rev. J. kM. Farley. tiff referred -to the -Freemasons, had also, he regrefted to tell his auditors, -succeeded in separating church? and-state in Portugal. Referring , tq modernism and hatmiism His Holiness- found feomfiyt in ,the Catholic world's lncreriing love far the church, and i the .eucharist. He was jvarm -j'his praise of the Euchar ist confesses at Cologng, Mon treal, London and Madrid, and es-i pecially of the latter, commenting on the fact that it was participat ed in by the King of Spain him self. Pius closed with' a prayer to avert disaster from the Church in Spain. , Of the 19 new appointees on' t...

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. — 27 November 1911

W Especia"lly:do"P.wish:to express my deep-agpnecfation of thchigh consideration, ;and" kind cb-opera-"tion extbndeUih.my regani-by the entire Hierarchy rof-the United 'States.TJneaifto'f Cits' niehibers made my o'fficiaj .life one of sin cere satisfaction.- . Tq the' Catholic priests and jeople too, my 'deepest' recogni- v Most"Rev.J DidrrieHe- Falconio. tion is due -They always i. have rshown theh'ighest. Veneration for the HolyjFather as represented on many occasions byme:(a'nd it is one -of my happiest duties at -Romecto' tell HisrHolinessof his devoted; clergy and-people-in the fUriited'States.' . -. ' j. t Nor can-Ilomit ti'e invariable -courtes.ty which -likewisejwas ex pended ia'alLmy intercourse with my noit-jGa'tJipH'c ":fellow.r citizens 'in thctJuited -States', ; including those holding the highest civic positions. I shall retain always the most; pleasant recollection of their friendship and good "will; and I pray that God may bless and prosper all the, diverse social 'e...

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. — 27 November 1911

WWWPWVW mmmmmm Monslgno'r Francis Marie Ro w verie de Cabrieres, bishop of Montpelier. Monsignor Franz Nagl, arch bishop of Vienna. Father G. Van Ros$um, of the Order of the Redemptionists. Father Ludovic Billot, of the Order of Jesus. MSLiiat o o ARGUE TWO-CENT FARE LAW IN CIRCUIT COURT Springfield, 111., Nov. 27: Ar guments on the objections to the masters' report in the attack on the Illinois two-cent passenger fare law brought by the Chicago, Peoria and St. Louis R. R. Co. are being heard in the U. S. Cir cuit .court today. The master reported that the 'Illinois law was confiscatory in so 'far as it applied to the C, P. &St. L., and therefore it violated the federal constitution. The at torney general objected to this ruling. The decision will' affect air intrastate roads in states hav ing a two-dent law. " The road contends that it can not make a fair profit on its in vestment under the two-cent law, and therefore the law is confisca tory. The attorney general claims a fair...

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. — 27 November 1911

J'-W 1 7"p?BWlifyi"" " ,' -xf T T1 4- LABOR TO BACK-EIGHT-HOUR AND INJUNCTION BILLS AT" NEXT SESSION OF CONGRESS By Max Hayes' Atlanta, Gal, Nov. 27. Labor will -secure-some- material, con cessions from the hand of con gress at the sessionvtljat begins aweek from today i acco'rdfng to Representative W. Bs. Wilson-o( Pennsylvania. WilsorT'js one of the miners' delegates to" the Am erican Federation 'of Labor con vention. , '".'" ; "We expect to' pass an eight hour bll, an "anti-injunction ..bill and probably an amendment to the Sherman anti-trust law to prohibit the court's from mulct ing labor organizations fdr dam ages for withholding their pat ronage from concerns that they may consider unfair? x Congressman Wilson is chair man of the laboT committee, which ishandling the eight-hour bill. v This act will require that whenever the government lets a contract, for the manufacture of any material, such'suppliesmust be 'produced under eight-hour conditions. r The committee on judiciary...

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. — 27 November 1911

- vvvVi-" T-Tillilii OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE OH. LOOK WHO'S HERE MATCH N& GOODS FOR HIS WIFE !! I CAM -TELL WHOS THE BOSS AT YOUR MOUSE- i i r i r WELL.YOu" W)NT BE ABLE TO TELL IT WrtkN I GET THROUGH , WITH YOU !f 5 rKL gnapisajcB George Potato, of St. Louis, arrested for trying to" mash' girls on the street, is the subject" of a variety 'of cheap remarks about different stvles of serving the well-known and justly-esteemed product ot Ireland and other parts. Seven thousand' winter tour ists have arrived in Imperial Val ley, California, and put up at the jHotel -Alfalfa.. They are cattle ifrom New Mexico. Aiizon.:mrfi iUta-h. Banker Higginson of Boston 'says '"'the common law is suffi cient to- look after anv mn.1 Inopoly:" So.erlad the Question is! settled! , -I There -are .more than 100 firms or-" individuals manufacf-iiritio- aeroplanes.in Germany. 0 ;

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. — 27 November 1911

WfWWHW LP-1 PIIMI4HW ' &X T R5 BUSINESS VS. AGITATION What Dad Says About it Dad Says: The National Asso ciation of Manufacturers is throwing a fit about business con ditions, and says 9Q per cent of the business men believe .there is too much politicaragitatton for the good of commerce. 4 I'm not surprised. Ever since the day when the Savior drcive the money .changers from 'the temple, agitation in' 'favor' of hu manity has been denounced as in jurious to business. .Every great benefactor of the human race was denounced as an agitator who was hurting business.. Our own Lincoln was denounc ed as a lunatic, an agitator and a fobl, when he agitated fos human liberty, and hur,t' the slave busi ness of' the Southern aristocracy. sYou can get a line 'on these troubled business men when you read the remedies they suggest for the future. Here they are:' "Cessation of political agita tion "Cessation of tariff agitation. "Amend or improve the Sher man act.. "Federal incorporation and reg...

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. — 27 November 1911

-- -VN -jf-w-w mm m . V WHAT IT COSTS TO BE A CARDINAL Besides traveling expenses and gifts a cardinal-designate may make, there are necessary expenses which easily total $5,000. For example, he pays : For the cardihate bulls ;. $422.24 Cardinal's ring ,. 600.00 To secretary of, s col- lege.... '53.75 To acting ' master of; ceremonies.., 2.15.00 v To each of non-acting . ' masters . . . . ... t 86.00 To the Sistine choir. , 64.45 To the priests of the consistory 53.75 To the master of the wafer...... 28.20 To each of the" func- tionaries of the sa- - cred college. ....... 53.75 Lackeys and chair- bearers 32.75 Household of secre- tary of state 97.85 Household of pope. . . 738.30 In addition there are many incidental fees and expenses. National Women's Trade Union league demands a mini mum living wage of $12 a week for all women. They ought to get it, but it means a hard strug gle and a long wait. . o q N, Y World, tender of proper ty rights as it is; concedes that the socialists are...

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