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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 28 November 1911

wmmmmmmmmmmmmmm wmmmmmmm .. . THE "WOMAN IN THE CASE , v A young clerk in Indianapolis was arrested, the other day for trying to, extort $500 from a man. The police chief asked 'him i,v mere was a woman in tne case. "Yes, there is a woman in the case," answered the"' boy. ""Seven dollars a week 'and a woman .thafft needs.the money,- The woman is my mother." , u Without condemning the crime, it is possible to feel' a deep -sym-' pathy for the young bby. More s times than we realize, theft is thV result of a terrible anguish on the pat of a man whose hearts bleeds to see a devoted wife oY 5 mother in need of -food or cloth-I ing which his own iheae-en earn-s mgs cannot supply, - ,i Some day we will begin to ask why it' is necessary for men to toil their lives away'fora pittance which-cannot keep soul and body together. - - ;j And when we "remedy that condition we will-have gone a1 veryl long way toward making additions to our prisons, unnecessary. ' nrt . i WEATHER FORECAST : Stiff "w...

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. — 28 November 1911

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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. — 28 November 1911

IIM.MMKW'UMtlL mvwvswvvt in wiin . " - l wr Vri,yjt -, r- -w-i .parks and outdoor clubs. The collar can be Fastened tights at the' throat if desired. It has little weightand great warmth. " o o " PRICE OF GUTTER RAISED FOR THANKSGIVING The Ch'icago' Butter' and Egg Board met yesterday, and arbi trarily raised the price of-butter one cent. . ' That makes the atop price of buter now 34 cents, thehighest since January, 19101 , ' Of course, the butter and eggs board had a reason that high minded body of citizens is full of reasons. It appears that the demand for butter has increased during the last few days, probably on ac count of the Thanksgiving holi days. "- ," -., The supply isjnor.ethan equal to the deniand, but if it -had not happened? to be. so, the price of butter wouldhaYe S0 '- - That is "ttie;reason the, butfef and eggs board raised tne price of butteT one cent yesterday, and why the wholesalers and retail ers blithely followed suit,,. It doesn't seem much of a. rea son when...

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. — 28 November 1911

kh-xzzs LOCAL MAN' HASLCARGESX SPIDER W J3B JH TH:WORLD jjiiiWiLi-J""i HE i&WrF'VHH Vllflf1 li" 'Hi Hi " 1 IH"V;&&HHKaL v W -5-- i "r I 'i n mTW i iIMmT ' "i ' i i li S 1VX "H WM"MBu rn TViri ifl T jl.T-JIKuAiH,'.i,VAk.. .t. -" nn ii finmri m -ir'-irtifi &? , The largest spider web in the world .was; spun not-bya spider but by human hand's. It stands on the lawn of alChicagb's man's country home! The creator of this 'oddity conceivedthe idea of at tempting t'o'see how nearly 'an actual -spideVs wel tcould-be repro-i duced with rope. Selecting two immense trees "ori.'tfie-la'wn of his A home, hespun"between"them this spider's "web,'40sby 60 feet7,which is so strong that a.man may easily climb to the" center' or top of it. 1 V o o " " ' ',! ' STORM WARNINGS.OF EVERETT-TRUE There has been-a; gratifying thmning-oubof-itaidnightrquartets, thanks -to my good righbarm. .Jr My list is already overcrowded, but Iihave roonvonMt for the pecan-pated cut-up who is fond of saying ...

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. — 28 November 1911

mgup - . TEXAS, WHO;DIDN"I LlYNCH. MURDERER. OF WOMAN TEACHER, WONDER IFilT PAYS TO BE LAW-ABIDING , - Part of the Confession of Leon Martinez. J "OnKJuly22, 1911, about three 'miles' from -Saragosa, I inet Miss Brown riding in abuggy. (Then follows a statement of an insulfhe offered her.) She said .she would' have' me arrested, and that slie would kill me. Then I commenced shooting, and shot four- times. Her horse ran away, and when I heaeffed the horse she got'out'of the buggy. When I gol? off my horse the girl ran, I stabbed her in the back. She turned, around and hit me withiier fist. Istabbed her four or five times-in tile breast. I got on my horse and loped away to Saragosa. She, wis s'tand- ing up when I left her." . " i -$,;, t; stabbed in J tliec back! V Reeves. county heard the news and boiled. ' BuV ftr agreed with District Attorney WiiL Brady be fore the murderer was discovered, fhat there Would beno lynching. Reeves county would ' let legal justice bedpne for this terri...

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. — 28 November 1911

vz L y y u i ll " wwwwTwwwwwfwffwwfPfiffi r JEte was under '17, -the 'minimum age 'fort' hanging icriniinals -in (Texas". The trial 'lasted a day and a half. "The jury was out an hour, fordecehcy-s.1sake., The verdict was, gujlty. Judge , -Jsaaks sen tenceI Martinez- to be hanged ,Scpf.;l., .""-...." . .Lawyer-Estes gave-notice of an appeal. sHalf ahout -later the r -two lawyers 'for Martinez were .surrounded by, ahundred men., Thetwo lawyers didn't get out any papers. The next day;Ma'r jtinez was removed to Waco,. 600 .miles away,' -where 'the. hangings "are done.' ' ' t , 'The Mexicans onboth sides of (lie Tine startedto .save their coun tryman. Balk ''and entertain ment are hjngiveh in,'Mexican cities to provide a.cjefense fund: Martinez s la'wyer.seourqd a' re spite from the governor" And Reeves county wonders" if j pays to be -law-abiding. : : o o-j-r-4 , . . WHERE DO WE GET OFF? Mps. Harr irnan is about " to found't a school tp train business men 'in the admirable methods of I...

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. — 28 November 1911

t Jin Jr - ' Then ,came Dr. 'Alexander Mc-'l Canachie who had heard his story and examined his eyes'. "Come with me," he said to Haley, "I am going to restore your sight." Haley went to the hospital, and McConachie removed the cataracts, and made artificial lenses, which he put into glasses. When he? left the hospital yes terday; Haley was told not to re- -o move the bandage from- his eyes for 24 hours. But the temptation was ktoo strong. He lifted the bandage for a peep, and fell unconscious. When he had been brought to, he sobbed : ' "I saw the light, the beautiful, wonderful sunlight," he sobbed. "Oh, thank God, I can see." So today, the little 'blind tailor sat at his win'dow just seeing. CUPID GETS THE ONLY WOMAN DEPUTY SHERIFF- in the United States. On Dec. 19 Miss Johns will become the wife of John C. Grier of Pittsburg. ' Miss Johns was appointed a deputy sheriff of Fayette County by'her father Sheriff Peter A.' Johns, last January. She wears a badge of solid gold, and carri...

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. — 28 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmm V -. K " K. . THE-FEMALE OF.THE-SPECIES'' - I w - r r - w , I rgpTl j 1; (? ' ' "mjv. j i - coVvA THE FROZEN ADVERTJJRE . Dr. Nansen has brought .out his long-awaited history, of pojar exploration 'from . thj? -, 'earliest times. We have oftem wondered what practical good there could be in the quest of the cen tunes af ter the frozen.pole.. ' ,-. Possibly Nansen has, revealed it. Perhaps it wasJ:o furnish a, bully tale of adventure without burdening the imagination of au thors in digging up a plot In that case, we forgive the explorers all except "Doc"-Cook,jwhogpt us to cheer ourselves 'hoarse un der scandalously false'pretenses. -Senator Newland's biirfor-a tradei commissionsthe basis of the hearing at Washingtdh on trustremedies. If we getit, won der if 'there'll be a trade court to overrule anything,good it'may do for the public ! j NEW TADESFOR OLD Little Miss.Muffet, "f - Sat on a-Tuffet, . , Eating of jBreakfastfood- - Along come a spider, Andsat down beside her...

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. — 28 November 1911

y$gr&c'Ykr&ml', yVWi J v r-H ", iMvlBpwMMWpviWV -cPStS'fV TJWiv,V!" THE STORYOF-A REAL PRINCESS CTnvwnimtmaaniii Onceupon a time ? i No. This isn't a fairytale. It's truVas 'gospel tliougE it IS about a princess. ' Once upona time there was a little'princess, a jvery high-born Tyiiiriee iAa&i e nrfnftaecac rr- - , ! there is no higher .born in'" the world today and she was greatly beloved by her father, the king. She was the idol o the king's heart. For to the king and his queen had been born many sons, six of them, to be precise, and all of them 'very ,fine arid, stalwart princes indeed; as princesgo, but not till this little princess was born was the king'sjdhging for a daugh ter satisfied"" " So the king loved the princess a little more tenderly than he loved any of his sons, though they were all very dear .to hinir And thus, pondering how he mfgjit bestow upon his beloved daughter some boon above pricfe, he hidfin his heart a secret decree that should The Princess. s...

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. — 28 November 1911

9rwwyFnwn i ,i' v &.''' v - i -'h $ :??: iv. fV. t&rwdy laide Mathilde CHarlotte,"Bfincessof Prussia, daqgijtej- xf TSmperqr William of GerinanyT l"ZZi r" . " " CO'-iL -." She s nineteen years fold. t . f --ys. ,. Here's hoping fqrKeijX 'May she indeeyiiVtr.lovQ atlpne, as her father the'kingand-emgeror hasfecj&etfjj IJatidfh.ay slie -thus live to" be the happiest "princess in the' wof lfr? 't VI -I . '.,-rr:, - - T YOUTVWC?? ?)LopKi, SQUASH ,,.'. V GREAT MAN'S DAUGHTER rMiss Laura Harlan,daigiter of the late'Justi'deHartahdepriv ed of her means'of-suppOFt$y her father's death, goes to" prk to earn her living. ;,' '--i.'" That sets a fellowithinkHng. Evidently, John Marshall Har lan died poor; ' 'Every! b'rave man, in one way.or ahothergtves his. life away," said ,Carlyle! jus tice Harlan, was 'a.ba.ve irian; his 'life. didn,'t "pay!i;in;the;ordin ary meaning of the' ..terra. He might have made millions' -as .a corporation lawyer.' in private AHTitwfgi?&jR virion:: d...

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. — 28 November 1911

SpB-WyvV- W tY ,.,. ,., t - " J HOME-HONOR TO' THE GREATE"STAMERICAtf ' ' riBB SBO'flHBluHiBHiHHIIBIBHIIuiHr .1 ' ' i Weinmann's Statue of Lincoln in the courthouse square at Hodg enville, Kentucky, with members of 'the Ladies' Lincoln league. This statue ofLincoln bears the irfscription, ""Two miles south 'of this town, Abraham Lincoln was' bofn, February 121809. Erected with the appropriation made by the legislature of Kentucky and tfae congress of the Uhite'd States, Anno Domini MCMIX:"- The sta tue has just been unveiled. This' statue was created for the courthouse square! at Hodgen- vjlle', Ky., Lincoln's, native town. It was placed in as Unlovely, aV neglected "and unkempt court- house square as could be found in the south. " Th,e prominent women o Hodgenville -realizing7 that the Contribution to 1 their town of such a great'work of art by stafe, and national appropriation should have an appropriate settfng. l They organized themselves in- to the Ladies Lincoln league for the ...

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. — 28 November 1911

Ki.i.yvi I'i-tfv,1-'1 fVl-Vimvct4 i-j-i':' y& wm 1 tHem a. check for .$l,0p0"t6 assist them in their work. They have not only parked-the' toyvrn square, and "made attractive tha which was once' ugly, but they have stimulated a divic, pride in the little 'town and have1 con- verted a nagged little village into a modern spick-span, neat little city. . " j '",-'' Upng asSiheMrelation" of-."mastef' and man? survives- Some day it "will be' throvn overboard with a lot of , other 'undemocratic bag gage. ' X"' FIGHTING THEHOEL TIP The waron tips' which Breaks out periodically, has, recently been renewed tinder the, .leader ship qf-ffE. Dowe, presjdcinq'f tle league pf-CbpimercfaLTjayer ers He declarer that his djgan izatjon, representing $325,p00, OQO'of hotel bills and'S50,000,000 of hotel tips jevery year,' will pre sent a solid, fronf'totheveyij.,. '"Oscar of the Waldorf," fa mous hptel inaqager, shorts at the movement' and says it wpnt succeed because the gopd servant wjio renders g...

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. — 29 November 1911

THE DiY BOOK - 506 SO. PEQfiIAST. r398 ' v TEB:. MONROE 353 I ' VoJ. 1Nq.41 ' Cfiicagqednesa'NoxZQ.'lQli. ,", ,,. One Cent SOCIAL EyiLrAlMXN'A PR0BLEM4DkLX A ' SPIRrrOFREElGrONWILL CHANGE THINGS President of .Chicago' Vice'' Commission. in- Tol'edoilOv Indicated iNecessityioflSchbol' Jfori mothers dhd'Chddren Says 'Proper uzn-nx tmu v - - " -v 1 ' , rr etc i jiulii( , j j v j j . I Staff SpeciaTto The Day Book. Toledo, ,0.,Nov.- 29l-lDean ' jWalter ,T. Sumner, president of ,-the ..Chicago Vice Commission, delivered an address oh . ''The Suppression of the Social EviL" at Trinity, JEpiscopal church, here last night, t and made the state ment .that the. Vice Commission investigated 52 , American cities " oiltsjde hi Chicago, fie also said thfr members of the commission wefe, bound not. to give out any thing except what is contained in i . the printed report, on Chicago., . "The social evil," he.sa.id, "is ""a man's problem. It is a com- mercialized industry, fostered and supported by ...

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. — 29 November 1911

L-jn-ixxximgmmtmmBBm J N tinental, Europe. y "Moreover, the American conscience will not tol erate the semblance of legalizing vice, "But we have in America a fine - way of making moraHawsrand then a: fine way of .noCenfojfcing them. We hand this greatT . est social problem over to the po lice to deal with as they -see fit regardless of laws. ' . '"The Chicago police furnished us with a list of 1,108 professional prostitutes. Our investigation, . which was not complete, showed 4,600, so that there are at least 5,000 professional 'prostitutes in --Chicago. The number .of clan destine prostitutes is enormous, nany thousands. I mean those , vho work and eke out their icanty wages by immorality, and mose wno re jmmoral by choice. "The profits on the Social Evil in 'Chicago, in a year are esti mated at $16,000,0p0, and- the number of men served by them at 5,990,Q0Q. . The. Social Evil is pregnant with disease that leaves blind- ness, paralysis, mental decay and physical rot in its trail....

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. — 29 November 1911

r i ) I N - 0Ir EducationTof child'reV'wilr" do' ,smuch. Thef e "are" " things "that eevery father should tell hisson, "'every mother her daughteiywhen they reach the proper age. We '"are trying in Chicago to educate 3the parents in district meetings - for this duty. ., "It is "estimated that 40 per ' jCent of the;people of the civilized o world are or haye been sqffering .from venereal disease. t I believe Arthat a father should insist on a physician's certificate from the man "who is to marry his daugh ter." t! Of what might be done to con trol m and repress the social evil, 'JDean Sumner said : "We should "open our schools as social cen ters' for parents and children;. we should close the dance halls to " protect the girls from the cadets; " we should clean up the cheap theaters; we should see to the ? 'better lighting of our public - parks and the better policing of y'oiir recreation grounds. ' "The work of rescue and re Morm is beginning at the mouth "'pfrthe stream. We must go...

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. — 29 November 1911

PWBP r JZ -frf mmm LEGAL AID bOCiEiy 'rAKES A HAND AMD VICTIM OF NEWSPAPER SLUGGER HELPS The local dafly papers give a great deal of space to -so-called labor sluggers, 'private cars," and strike "riots," but none of them printed a line about the assault made by Joseph Salvatore, a driv er for the Evening Journal, upon Albert Moskovitch, an aged newsdealer at 12th and S. Paul ina streets, Oct. 31. Salvatore beat Moskovitch because the lat terwould iiot buy as many Jour nals as he was ordered to. The story of the assault and the arrest of Salvatore, after a week's search has beenpreyiouslv told in The Day Book, but a final settle ment of the case has just been ar rived at. ' iMoskovitch's case was taken up by the Legal Aid Society, which secured damages foi' him instead of prosecuting Salvatore. Mos kovitch needed the money. Ash and Healy of the circula tion department of the Journal acted for the paper. Apparently, Salvatore didn't enter into' the case the Journal "desiring to set t...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 29 November 1911

Kf','sirif-rlrL? -T f, KP- --7? r v j v 4fcey said no one could tie prevent ed from selling papers 6n any prner, and -the only way to elim inate themwas to withhold pa pers. j , Said, this would be done, gpd -Moskovitch given exclusive ale. f No money settlement yet, ' JA Nov, 25. Healy, Ash, -Moskovitch and -Legal Aid representa tive met in Legal Aid offices. Jleajy paid $12.50' to. Moskovitch, and promised Examiner and American would be sold to him alone. .,- . .Moskovitch then signed re ceipt, releasing Chicago Daily Journal from all responsibility. .Case ended. , jThe man who was the -"actual defendant, Salvat'oxc, appears to jjaye been lost jn-the-shuffle in the latter part of the case. Probably so. All of this is1 merely from jthe records of. the Legal Aid Society. r-, ' o o (GOVERNORS FROMTHE X " WEST VISIT CHICAGO f ' Governors of Western states and representatives of governors ' of three more made a flying visit o Chicago yesterdayin their tour of the east. They left for Ka...

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. — 29 November 1911

i T- t I", f ' 3 k X O MEN RESPONSIBLE FOR PANIC OF 1907 PLANNING. -. ANOTHER UNLESS ALDRICH BANK LAW IS PASSED the ever Not in all the" pages of world's fiction was there chronicled so extraordinary . a . story as that told before the Stan ley committee for the investiga tionof the Steel Trust'by Whar ton' Barker of Philadelphia yesterday, Barker declared that the panic of 1907 was not due to any con-: ditiqn, that itxwas a thing clelib erateby planned by a few men who Met in the home of J. Pierpont Morgan in May, 1907, and decid ed that the country "needed to be taught a lesson' " He also said that A those same interests that caused that panic are planning another one unless ""a subserviant Congress passes the Aldrich Central bank plan. He " declared 'that t Theodpre Roosevelt sold himself to the rail road interests as represented ty E. H. Harriman, in order to se cure his election to the presidency df 1904. 'Before going any further, it is vell tcr consider just who Whar 'ton Bar...

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. — 29 November 1911

mvB--nn.jr v f f-f had had a. state law enacted gov JTS erning the reserves of stale banks 35f and trust companies. . That law called on the1 banks o -, to hold huge amounts of actual Y; money as reserve funds. ' rf Shortly after the conferences : Morgan's home, the menrwho i hacLattendedTthat conference de ss manded the enforcement ofihis sa law. ''.'' " ' .'- '$750,000,000 was withdrawn -' from circulation immediately. With the arbitrary -withdrawal of 5i" the money, the panic began. Chicago money, Philadelphia sf money, Boston money, money "3" from" all over 'the country, was 3' tied up'by the enforcement of the - New York state law. v " Not one 'of these cities cpuld -31? get a dollar of-their money from New York. ir Barker Went"- to ' President ssr Roosevelt. 'He told hiin of the conference at .'Morgan's ' home. tl -He asked him to 'use the' $450,- '2 000,000 of money in -the United States treasuries of various cities "J to stop the panic. . Roosevelt agreed to -the plan tentat...

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. — 29 November 1911

POLICE TRIAL IS HALTED; ' WITNESSES MISSING The trial' of Inspector Dorman and. Lieuts. Howard and Am brose before the police civil ser vice commission was halted tem porarily today to allow the com mission investigators more time to look for important witnesses alleged to 'have been spirited away. A woman known as May Wood, or Grace Wood, pro . prietor of a resort at 944 W. Ran dolph street, was the .most vital missing witness. , An affidavit signed by her was read, in which she said she paid $200 to Mike Fewer and "Mike de Pike" Heit kr for protection. Half a dozen "West Side men who are alleged to have seen Dor man's subordinates in gambling houses are also being sought, as is also a woman keeper of a resort near that of the Woods woman. . , Nicholas Korngold, a XL S. secret service operative, was the star witness for the prosecution yesterday. He named Heitler, Fewer, "Fatsy" Kingformer pol icy boss, and John Collins, 'nephew qf Fewer, as graft collec tors. Kerngold collected ev...

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