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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 28 November 1911

t t ,ftrrI'5 j i nwmWIHflW"lWP.I ijujwii. THE My book- Ste398 5do SO. PEORIA ST. TEL. MONROE 353 Voi:i;No.53' Chicago, Tuesday, Nov. 28, 1511 One Cent NEW SENSATION INMcNAMARA CASE; STATE ARRESTS INVESTIGATOR FOR DEFENSE Attorney D arrow Indignantly Denounces the Arrests as ran or nan- ros innuence- ruouc uptnion Against ' the McNamaras." Franklin, formerA deputy United K States Marshal1' here-'and ' now jcbief investigator for the McNamaru defense was arreste.d. today by Samuel BrOwnje ctiief ihyestijgator" for the prosecution ,'on charge of attempting t0 brjhcG: Nt Lockwoo'd', a prospective ju'r- ' "or in'thetMpNamara trialrBrp'wrj " asserted that he hqd Detectives Jerko, Ong, and Campbell and Holmes saw Ijranklin ., pass $500 to Lockwood at fie cprner of Third, and .Main streets1 , this iriorhing; Lockwood wa'salsp ar , rested. ... ' Avman named '!Gap" White, about whom-little could be ascertained was also' arrested.,. The three men were taken to District Attorney Fredricks' offi...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 28 November 1911

Newspapermen importuned Defective Browne to give them further details of the. arrests, but he declined.- When asked if it were true that a person prominently "eohnetted" with the Mc-! Namara. defense was uinder surveilance, Browne said: ("Wait arid see." The arrests caused an "outburst of indignation from Attorney Darrow, who said he considered them part of. a, plan to influence public sentiment at the outset of the. McNamara trial. Darrow pointed out that Lbckwo'od had not been served with a subpoena td-appear as a talesman. JURY ATTENDS FUNERAL OF JUROR BROTHER Los Angeles, Cal., Nov. 28. vVhile the members of the jury on the McNamara murder trial attended the funeral of CharJes Sexton, brother of permanent juror J. B. Sexton, Judge Bord-' well today qualified for examination the eleventh venire in the case: . As a result of the Sexton funeral, the morning session was limited to the qualification of the venire. Intense interest is felt in the court's rulings this afternoon on Edwa...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 28 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmm jsa sipn, mora than half were eliminated, pnytheus.uftl excuses., , 'Merajkit (to new. boy) :.,' Has -o the, cleric told yon what xoit-are to do?". ' ." f- "Yes, sir. :I'm to wake him upj when I seeyoujcoming:" , f o- DOIGiS OF THEAVORLD BOILED DOWN . - i 1, Boston ;city couricjl .met! last nigKO Called "eacli other liars and croo&s-fqr two'h'ours. Then passed: bis, appropriating $10P,QOP4,fojrilmuhimpal. improven)ents in 5 minute.Xhus is the business o"f our cities carj;ed'"on.v' " "Thqrnas At 'Edison-says- time soon comnig ''when1 battleships will j-bebp crated by-. electricity. V jThpxjias ' also remarked' that th&e.s,sojnething rotten in the v?ay tHe'hejrin'an ajt'dctesn'tliss'olVe trusts. But one dpesn't need tf bea great inyentorto see that. t WestHaranond . salopnf has feeetfjnamed'ior Virginia "Brooks, the "Jtaior Arc'''of lihevillage. , Ys, JdKr-.ijy, you" - are correct.' Virgjriia ispcpved. V'P.asqaaleMarchesi, wlio killed wifeanddulihwho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 28 November 1911

mzmmmmmmmmm an proposed .rpassengers land on island and form republic. William had just been nominated for president when steamer butted in and'saved everybody. Earthquake at Santiago, Cuba,today, threw city into-panic. Jawn D. Rockefeller prevented European war by lending Germany $100,000,000 at rate of interest that would make a loan shark turn green with envy. . Christ Goehringer, 20, Minneapolis, met wife after separation of 3 years1 at hotel where they spent, honeymoon, last night. Became reconciled. Quarreledjthis morning. Shot and killed wife and self. ' l , Mabel Hough, Elgin, 111., made fiance, Henrich,. RoUssau, come tfrom Portland, Ore., to Elgin to be married before Police Magistrate, Thompson because she'Avasn't 'going to have any "obey" in service. .Jacob H. Schiff, speaking at New' York, urged Jews to "return to soil." Is Jacob connected with the land show. Ernest Dupont fell 12 stories from top of .N. Y. hospital. The hospital wa,s handy. Nathan Godfrey, mining man o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 28 November 1911

$f, tw fi? f'"tmMer V ! WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO TODY Thomas Millet, 306 W. 26th St., tired of life and wanted to die. Dived in Lincoln park, lagoon. .Water too "cold, and Millet yelled tbe saved. He was. Michael Waszak,' 15,' pointed 'unloaded gun at Harry Berhing, 144903 W. 31st place., Harry will he buried tomorrow. 'Sister Xeona, a nun at the Sisters df Notre Dame institution, 2122 W. 22d Street, died today of irguries received in a street car accident. r iMrs: J. A. -Page-Foster, 19 W. Erie street, has asked the police to vhelp her find her husband and sftn. Foster and Orlando, Page, 16, disappeared at the same time. She says-" they quarreled, .and fears the boy has met with foul play at Foster's hands. Walter Moss, 3302vParnell avenge, found dead inbed today by his wife. Believed to have died of chloroform poisoning, taken following fit of despondency. -Max .Present, 26, .who escaped fr-jOm the Kankakee, Ill...nsane asylum.on Nov. 13, was found on Halsted street and returned t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 28 November 1911

wpmmmmmmmmmmmimjmmmmmmmBmmmm HOW THE VENIREMEN GALLED IN THE ,McNAMARA' TRIAL ARE DRAWN CLERKS BUSY ON A LIST ' hb:3S"bBmsKh 9HkVV9BMm' MHskKHh , "Left to Right, C. P. Boane, Special Clerk; Geo. Monroe, Clerk) "of Pppi, ; .Waldo JETallo'ri, Secretary to Judge 'Bordwell; in. the Foreground Atty.' Jos. Scott., f Each judge of the superior court prepares a list of names of men and in the iutjire, maybe women, too rwhom he thinks are good, fair-minded citizens and would make good jurors. "These -names -are handed in to the -presiding judge of" the. superior court. He has the right to-go over the list and cross off any names he sees fit if he thinks, for. any reason, they would not make good jurors: ' " Then lie has his clerks check the names over 'and look "for duplicates in the lists. After this is done the" tax list is .referred to to see 'if the -names were on the last roll. Then'each name is written on a separate sheet of paper and put in the jury wheel. From this wheel the names ar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 28 November 1911

!Vi"i?ii9r!,,,'' -4- VVfgiWr Mx??-1 ' BHHBaiaBHH standing toward'cirganized labor, and tfie other " vital -questions which are pertinent for the present case. The picture (shows Attorney .Joseph Scott' 'writing down the names as' tliey -are drawn1 from the wheel. t v .., " o Or MINE- WORKERS' JOURNAL -'TO JUMP. ON GOMPERS Indianapolis, OOtid., Nov., 28. 'Sapiuerpompers Has beenipresi'dent of the American Federation of Labor too long,for the good of theinterests he represents," the United Mine Workers' Journal vjiHsaymMts issue tomorrow. )s?The Mine Workers' official organ will assert that the belief that the holding of too many official posi- uuiip manes iLijrcUi ui a uiaii v.au be applied to Gqmpers, and that the labor federation needs a new leader for the good of 'labor fnvterests. ' ' In part, the Mine Workers' Journal will say: "Gompers has long'ago served his usefulness to union labor. He has been Tiead of the federation for 25 years, and during this time he has become fossiliz...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 28 November 1911

vxwammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm AM I MY BROTHER'S KEEPER!" . r , - Fronvthe New York Globe lS.' . , . tt-9 yjCTIM OF S.TATE LAf iAJNGSHIMSELF INQELL Ashland Ohio, Nov. 28. Michael Melich'lies deadhere'to$ay a victim of the" Ohio .state law nvhich permits a1 person ber uig held prisoner--indefinitely' as" & witness in crimirtarcases. Melrch," a;f oreifrner.-could'-not under1- tand -that. he was-only held asa' sPy- aiuI? jvitness.jand was: :Uot' charedj,ers. n wifh .slaymgMartjn.Sahoai., , ,He brooded .over, ihe'ease, and Sunday hanged ' himself in 'hiscell ' '.' . . , . . T9- living., Cqld '.weather makes higher.- -Eventhe barber expects! to, charge' more, when he has to1 saw. anjGiciejipff a. man's whisks J -. .. . i .., W-"etf SrfR- i HHMUMW

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 28 November 1911

1 'WstrT ?'er frff'' , TBE"BUSINESSMAN- EXPLAINSWHY' THE PRESSURE' OFrECONOMIC CCtNpiffpNSDRIVESpiRLS.TO RUIN "'This is a story;-qf.-a" jCurious Persortr"a,ndjaBusjness!Man. The .Curious. -Person 'had. been hearing :a great-.deal about tlje Pressure of ' Economic-. y Gonditions.. ".- '.'" i.t"i i,"r --; .. . "- -fie' had 'seen-yoUnggirlsnot ignorant or'.dishpilsst? girls but girl who-had jbjeen-giveni expen- sive-i.educations )y Jhestatfe, and wno seemeo, tpfle -verynice jgins -r-driven' to a ifeqf shame' because they could not earn enough to' ljive on in guy' other way. -, 'Thisdid''nQtseefll quite right to .thfr-Curious 'Person.t So,-he went abjaut mariiga nuisance jf himself' asking tUe' reason) of it, and was, told on eyery-hand 'that' it:wathe Pressure of jEcbnomic Conditions. f , .- r The furious -Person did not understand, -the -term.' vety well. So'he. decided to -go-to herBusinessTMaij, who. was. a",veYy wise man," indeed, and. ask him what the .words meant. , . , , The, Bu...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 28 November 1911

r wvn.ugic9napi vmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmm 'not large -enough to support the woman who earns her own living. "So, as a usual result, -she begins to earn 'money in 'the easiest way.' WKich is very disgusting, but cannot very "well be helped. We try ttf'stbp it as much as we canW'eemplqy detectives to watch-'the girls and -ifther is a suspicion of anythingwrong, we discharge ,them instantly."" The Curious Person, being very dense indeed, did not quite understand thisT Sb, although the ten minutes were almost up, he ventured to remark: "But I don't understand how the mere fact of there Teing-more girls than necessary makes the girls' work any less valuable?" The Business Man looked 'at him pityingly. "doesn't. But don't you see that ft' the girls who are so fortunate Jis "to be-working, did not like thVwages paid .thern the Men of business could'discharge them, and 11 their" places with the women who aTe not working?' - "But why," asked the Curious .Person, 'do not the Business Mcn pay the gir...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 28 November 1911

r-j:-wta.rcu.to Hmiavviamivp ivn r,n"Pr7 f-rtTT'",p , dreamed a dream.- He'. dreamed "that tle Last Day fyad'come, and 'that the "trumpet 'of the-Angel Gabriel had rousetl ajl'the dead from tfceir sleep, and that -hun-'dreds xf angels1 were-going-abot separating Jth'e'sheep' from" the Solves, and the cowardffbrn the brave. ' V , '-"- The "majority : of ,' "the people were ptft'eif her to one side or the "other. J But a.large" -'humtjer'of 'well fed,i ' prosperous looking spirits were 'conducted over -tola "far corner. ".7 " -"" '-; Being still' a' Curipus .Person, 'ne "asked an angel who these pejr sons were,va!ndwhyi they were kept Separate. - -j' ' - "Why," said-'ttipaTngel, "these arerBusiness. Men 'who paid their -girl employ e aecordijig-tolaw of -supply and dejnand-.-; r ' r . "We don't quite knqw what itp -do wiftf them, because theydevil vsays he wont have. them-inThelt contaminating his fine.sinners. "I suppose a special place, wjll have to be created -fothem."- , . . - 'j ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 28 November 1911

kr'""'- Uil.1,1 , W U . .PWfBPWPPWWPPiPWWPW J,..... WHAT! TAKE SOME WHISKY WITH A' SPOON? "' GAYBOY REPLIES: "I'D JUST AS SOON" cf 00' in 51 on tnt 131 nc afcohol combined with glycerirfi arid stearin. The product resenrtK bles soft glycerine soap in conv sistency. . OcrO CROSSING SEA TO DINEi Back to old England for Christmas, and homeagain in less tharu tvyo weeks that's the program of jolly crowds whd have engag-r fed passage in the greyhounds of i - 'te?H. -I . . (ahsh drank. " (i?g f 1 'There'-s a Kansas firm that's making a brand new kjnd of booze. J-hey say you cannot drink it"; you may- eat it if you chops?. v They mix ,it up with stearin and w-ith glycerin aswell, and it's packed in pasteboard boxes, that are every .bit as swell as any fancy box of soap that ever youjlid see. It only takes a cake or two to make a jamboree. The family man will have a cinch when this stuff gets to town. When he comes home.- packed full he need not fear his wine's frown. "I did not have a shin...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 28 November 1911

wjrvw'W-ii'i 1 1 iv iv "JL " (T T" ' TI'V - MmvviiMui mi WHATAD SAYS ABOUT IT ''Dad Says': It wont make any 'difference to 'the p.eople whether Taft's message to congress it 25,009 or 6,000 words. long, for not .one per cent of the people 'will read, it anyhow. Taft doesn'tunderstand he'people, and 'hence doesn't" know how to write, a message" that touches the publjc mind, heart or .conscience. -Inhere isn't any soul1 in his public 'titter.ances." If he"wouldTwrite a mes-1 sagVt of -just two -words "Good Bye' V everybody would readmit arri(f p'rqnounce it' the" best-he" ever .wrote.' '- " " . If s:a good'thing for Chicago tEafthe gamblers are""being "put out of husiness. "A gamblen is"an undesireable citizen. He doesTno good in'the world, and ,helpJs v make irotten' every part of society he 'touches. "But the' petty larceny gambler thaf deals faro, foulette'Qr crap's "is -a minnow compared' with some, of the big sharks on"tfi"e.boa'rvdoHrade, who gamble in the-neces.sities.of life, ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 28 November 1911

5m!m the Chicago dailies wont teU the people about the miserable wages paiji by the Marshall Field 4 and other big department stores ' All the same the Vice Commission has started -something that even the subsidized riewspapers can't stop and this clean-up o Chicago will go on- until those J ouri, as the two most promising conditions which drive,good girls to the underworld will be exposed ; and when they-areiexpps-ed to public view the good people of Chicago will do the rest. REAL NEWS NEGLECTED To Editor Day Book: During the convention of the American Single Taxers last week, "two facts only were featured by the Chicago papers. One was that the management of the LaSalle hotel would not serve colored Single Taxers with food at the contemplated banquet, presumably for business reasons, and the other that the Single Taxers canceled the $2 banquet to be held at that, place on civic-moral grounds, and had their dinner at Kimball's Coffee House Mr. Kimball being a broadminded man. I sup...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 28 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm phpupppp 11". jo , A' NEW i-DEArEQR A"NATURAL, EHQXQGRAPH iMrSh iSU 3VHK&ak& r,wH$?3HHirai!E . vK:J?..BaK?lw;sPuJSiJllS.-v ljc-r?.yJV.' T!flrSKH&?;?';:7:UV4'H&jyjHBfit . .tf " JWould'ypu look truly -natural an your photographs, with no ..trace of that self -condfousness'hich! afflicts mos,t "people before a camera. Then shut youf eye?. " The idea brigiriated.'in London and is being taken up in America -as" ajway to avoid the 'look pleasant" expression; . . ' ,, " ' 'f ,2 T-v' 5 ', '-- " . ' Prince of -Wales h"as;given, a,.good account of hffaself ata'sail-' or. They vsay he is 'ileVef ,and.a glutton for work. But then, its Leasy tosay pleasant, things ?bout a tuture king.- ., ., " -V -'z.'i.

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 28 November 1911

i---Y rVVT ir-r?T--rTTvrFTTT,P,STrTfFW,,WWVW'W OBSERVATIONS Two years ago any kind of an aeroplane was a real novelty and attracted enthusiastiq attention'. Now it must be "highest, longest, biggest or littlest" to preate'more than a mild interest. We're a novj elty demanding age. Wonder what will happen when the "thrills" give out? Will we revert to Grandma's "lemonade-stick-of-candy circus ?"" Irrigation Congress meets at Chicago, -Dec. 5-9tli for its twentieth annual session. It has made history, and its supporters expectr that it will majce more. There are still a number of worthy people who haven't been supplied with, homes. Henry Watterson on Lincoln: "Called like one of old, within a handful of years he rose at a supreme" mqment to supreme command, fulfilled the jaw of his being, and passed from the scene an exaltation of the dawn of freedom. Phonographs will be, used to recbrd testimony in-a Massachusetts murder trial. Instead of calling on the stenographer to read his notes...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 28 November 1911

fedPHEY SHOULD ALWAY&FORGET THE GIRLS SOMETIMES "ReMEMBeR VICTORIES MeNS TEAM VORK. UATO TBM VORK I5S NOD WeRCLY SLAYINQ TO A TIR or BLUE. E.YS3 IN CER GBAHVSY-Al'rt.i . ' j-"'ri i ? ,.3 7r "" ONJLY vow' NORe . TACKLE TO AVOir OMD I VILC BE 3AfE MIT DER BAL. J I VONOEREF JPIANA' DlLLfJCkLES 13S LOOKirsQ- TT aait 3 7- -- Tr wOv -7 '- M Ai&mvxaS&Jh . i 'Mf"Hi III JM ' , . JWL r 1 ' - - ' J - - ; 2KSSSS!i HERE, TAKE I " i fl81liBlllii DbR lT ll-' H651, ) lBHill NOBODYi " 1 " - v " 'n'lf m'njtM I,'.1''. iLuAiiiiAtiiHkiii

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 28 November 1911

'""VWfVJWflWffWPJWWJfWWiPPI 1 tf&mi1fdGOGa . "MILES FROM MILESart II It was seven o'clock, aJLbut ten minutes, wherr Andyleit. The ipony wondered.wha'tnjadeAndy -in such ahurry that fifte?moming; for Andy kept him'" galloping severy minute.., Qnetnjje,' -five .sniles, ten milestwentmiles and sand Andy came to ..t4ie? Double sHorn ranch and 'turn edfni 'lie ,-saw nobody, but., rode straight -for the corral, unsaddledhispony j 3t every chance!! the wav to Tvfiles Gty, and that ofcourse is how he ke.pt his , Korse. from' getting .fired? :4r-'-.., ;j v He was-nrettv tired Himself, as her rode intp Miles Citvs at half past five inthe'aiternqcfn!, having "madethe distance in J$iie hours nd forty mihutjesThat jnay not UC lclSL IVl H,IiimJlU UUfll. Uf rill tov on "of roads -autbmobile. bur .for a" .hbrseback; over-all kinds 1 i aaiio b M i H. " caught the best lookingjhorse he j,saw, and in another five minutes t was on his way again. As he turned out onto the big road, the ranc...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 28 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmm-. Hllll m IMP yaryyjyynyjvup'vT.yrr ifl' ill man passed them" riding as Hard as they. Then he turned and yelled after them. " It was Big Bob, and he came up with his face grinning. "It's all right. Andy, you got a sister. Yer ma is sleeping 'like a baby and the doctor can go back. Yer pa wa,nts to know how much is to pay "Dollar a mile," saidthe doctor, "comin' an&goin." So the doctor got ninteiTve dollars for a call he didn't make.' As for Andy, he had slipped off his jhorse, rolled up in. Big Bob's blanket and was asleep by. the side of the road. " . "Please," put in Weedlepipes timidly, "mayn't we have, a story which isn't u'it so true, for a change?" '" "I got one, said'-.Buddyboy, "and it's called Dough-ltfutt. But I wont tell it till tomororw.''' IN THE LIMELIGHT Judge Knapp of the commerce ourt, thinks that a nore equitable dis- .ribution of wealth nay be obtained by aising railroad em- " )loyes wages, which, m?&. ie says, will raise yages ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 28 November 1911

iMujpvwfff ' . if here Vefoce'ai-Samj in a'conversatibnal"tone! s" ' Ira colored. "The gifl.'alsoiobked embarrassed and glartced 'at the floor. v . i ".Well,-you -see," stammered Ira, "there- wasn't any-that is, they' wasn't) this girl, wjfe.they?" ara laughed, as did' Fred,- bu they sapped suddenly. With' a sob', the girl wrenched"her arm away from Ira'aftd hashed out of the room. Ira tor' after .her. "Now' you've do'rie .itVdeclatr-ed-Fred:1 .-Jt's nvto you'.tb 'repair the", damage. -What in Sam Hill did you want tp tellher about the fellow's other , girls for?','" ..;-y i The two'hurtie'd. front the roopi after the couple.-$ In,ttie hall they-sa Ira standing.near apillaryjnopping his-face, -while farther down 'the hall the 'girl -was in the enveloping arrns sQf three other gu-ls. ' 'jm' , "Why gasped Sam, 'those are the girls 'I saw' .Vithour friend on the other trips "And now they seem to be holding ,his bride so that she want.get away. .What does it mean?", . , - fl Ira overhea...

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