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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 November 1911

y-w fCTPJJWft3f.5 ""5R'' bOMPLICITY IN BRIBING : DENIED BY BOTH SIDES Los Angeles, Nov. 29. -"They say this is .a damned frame-up. iWell, let the man that owns this $4,000 a fair sum of-money-come forward and- prove his property, and if it was not used to try to bribea prospective juror 1 will give it to him." District Attorney Fredricks. "The only real information I -have has been from the newspaper men. I have no knowledge of any attempt at bribery;1 in fact, not eve'n the suggestion, and,' everybody that knows me knows how futile this story is. But then, what' can we expect? ,We told our friends what would tome before we went into this rial. I will show my checkbooks and accounts if the District Attorney will say when and where this particula'r money was lrawn." Clarence - Darrow. "' "Any man "who says I would frame anybody 'is a liar. I got these men" with the. goods." Samuel L. Browne, chief of Fredricks' secret service. , v ' "This is a frame-up and, I will prove it. Wait unti...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 November 1911

- J5 V He h"a31feeri -approaches and offered money by Franklin. Attorney Darrow made it Very-plain that he did not object to this line of questioning, but that if the court permitted it, he would demand'whether any further jurors po be interrogated had been, approached by the state's attorneys. If this is done it 'isr likely real' tfouble-will result. It is already certain that as a result of the bribery charges-the task of getting a jury will be prolonged. -When Darrow came intocourt today he indicated that he will make this matter a" real issue from now on. JURY FINDS GERTRUDE , PATTERSON NOT GUILTY Denver, 'Colo., .Nov. 29 Gertrude Gib'son 'Patterson was acquitted 'of the r'urdeFof 'her' husband. Charles Al Paltersbri " - , The Jury returned' its verdict" lfe this'afternddn. t Judge Allan edjrly this morning ordered' his cort room closed for the day. He attended' the funeral of .a former Colleague. The jury took its -first ballot at' 9 o'clbck this morning. It is-said that the fi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 November 1911

?? " J 3nt5--r":w PfQ&&$ie) t,. -fc SLtJGGING.OFBUTTON h WORKERS STOPPED A climax, in' the, strike of the button workers in- Muscatine, la. waS reached Monday, following the killing df a policeman 'there Sunday by a striker, and the -slugging of women and girls by hired thtfgs and members of the police department aroused the Chicago Federation otXabor to vigorous protest yesterday. ' f It is understood that through Thomas Haskins, who' is alleged t$ have murdered' Policeman Gerischer, was a member of the Button Workers' union, difficulty over the strike was not the cause of the shooting. Haskins had tieen involved in whisky smuggling, and shot the-policeman, according to reports, to avoid arrest. ir Following ( telegrams from President Gompers of the A. F. 'o,f L.,-and from organizers at Muscatine, a telegram was sent to Gov. Carroll -of Iowa demanding that the outrages be stopped, and the executive immediately sent a 'represenfative-to tjie scene of the trou...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 November 1911

wmammmmm iOCAL EVENTS IITABLOiq FORM Ewald Shiblawski, 24; Frank -Shiblawski, 21; Philip Sommerling, 34, and Thomas Schult7, 19, sentenced to hang, and Frank Kita 16, and Thomas Suchmoski, 16, jjiven life terms, for murder of Fred W. Guelzow, truck gardener, night of Oct. 20, at Lincoln and Peterson, aves. Four negroes attempted to rob iV: Pischel, Naperville, 111., at S. State and' 17th street early today. Fifed on by police. One man, giving name of Edward Potee, captured. Others escaped. Joseph Novak,- hungry .and penniless, threw brick through window in Railway Exchange building early today. Said he wanted term in Bridewell and Thanksgiving dinner. Emil Zurnueheim, 11, 2133 W. 50th street being sought for murder of his 7-year-old playmate, Richard Schapanski. Shot ,hjm with revolver' and disappeared. Hiram ,L. 'Sanger, widower, sued in $15,000 breach of promise suit by Miss. Sophia Blumenfield, 5473 Ridewood court. She says he has jilted three. women in past year. William R." Rob...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 November 1911

it p .'g'r ran'!5 'xptimti '"ww.iTrrr' r ay-w"-Tr . -'9ipr-'qp f RED FLAGS OF TUBERCULOSIS ' -"Some Symptoms That Should Never Be Ignored, Since Cure of Consumption Hangs on Early Diagnosis. mmvmi ByvW. C. Cotton, M. D. The prime consideration in the war, against tuberculosis is early diagnosis and prompt treatment. In its incipient stages tuberculosis can be easily arrested with proper care, but when the disease becomes well established in the system the battle against it is inevitably a long one and sometimes a losing one. It is only the most extreme cases that are utterly hopeless, however. The proper regime, long persisted in, will often work a cure in cases that seem beyond hope. Since early recognition of the disease is of such prime importance, it should be the care 01 every person, whether weak lunged or not, to know what the early symptoms of the dread disease are. Here are some of them : Loss of strength and weight', breathlessness and weariness on the slightest exertion, ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 November 1911

ourselves so fit that the infection wont make an impression on us.' Bad air, poor and insufficient food, lack of sunlight, living in' dark and damp quarters and in crowded rooms, working in dusty and poorly; lighted and ventilated shops, intemperance in drink or in sexual intercourse these are some of the things thafmake tuberculosis possible. o o BEAUTY AND THE BEAST By Stuart B. Stone. The "chic, pinkish girl from the city plucked at her fluffy skirt's and uttered a little scream.. Mr. Kane Very reluctantly took hjs gaze from the girl upon the stump and peered thrqugh the thick green foliage across the murmuring brook. "Woodland deities'!' he cried. "A wild cow, upon my life." r "Oo-ooh!" echoed' the girl; with an adorable shiver. "A wild what?" "A wild cow !" repeated young Mr. Kane. "One of the snarling, vicious brutes that infest these forests and devour innocent women and children." "Oo-ooh !" interrupted the girl. "It is crossing the brook !" "Quick, quick!" ordered the young...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 November 1911

"rZW!ZZ "V"" II P" frAtttftfc lffaig?-'t'' "" " "? -1 , r ' Hi iJEhe girl in, the tree patted her 'chestnut curls, settled herself in' becoming posture, and closed h'er blue eyes. When the man returned she did not speak nor move. . . 'i . jr"She has fainted!" exclaimed young Kane. Carefully, and tenderly he lifted her down and carried her through ie thick-hung forest. As he passed into a more open glade, she half opened, her blue eyes and murmured "My hero!" nr "My idol!" murmured the young farmer, inreturn,. a Then he placed " her upon the greensward' -and brought water 'from the rippling "brook. In 'the distance -the wild cow set up a ferocious jangling - with . the .brassy bell. " The young mdn sCooped and sprinkled the cold water, upon the r girl's red lips. The red lips witched, quieted, jerked again, then, parted for rich, full, clearoned, rippling laughter. Peal after peal issued from the ripe, red lips and her sides shook with laughter ntil Mr. Kane stooped and sealed them w...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 November 1911

1 l " 3Sy ' THE LULLABY", If we could hear The soft-crooned lullabies that soothe the sleep Of all the little flowers, cuddled deep Ah, on "our" ear Should &H a song of spring mid winter snows, A song of winds tjiat whisper of the rose -Among the dfear Dark days of chillingrost? a : sbflg that cries: . "See, children, .how I build new suntnjer-' skies And hilt-top. cheer, That-,w.hen:ye wake a faughing , way may spread Before : your . r,omping, with white sunshine shed Radiant and. clear As on an altar where the past Jt communes ' Wjth present, all the long-lost i frangrant Junes Nftw-ri'sen in the year! . -r-o-6 . . "You should ride a horse." - "Cant 'afford it," said the ap- " prehenswe person." ) "But it will give you an appetite! ' " - -''Perhaps.. "But it vill do the satne forf the horse V-Washjng-' tori Star. ' -rO- Littje Freddy: Dad, there's a girl at bur" school whom we call "Postscript." - Dad: ."Postscript!" Whatever do you call her "Postscript" for? Little Fr...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 November 1911

ppppiPWVPWW! 3? . C "" - EXECUTE A BRUTAL -REVENGE ON EVERETT TRUE. T To ?ST etN MIT HIM! HERE HE v iKiieR. QqMe we'both oowea, ACOLF. V TACKLE HM AD VONCS NOW , V UNO -BR-TM?AK Ive ?!FE !!" HISS NECK! to HIM ! )- Like dot ; rst l W; QET I IP 'ah dot'5 . . pur mv I eei TIME WAY! -. A.VAe OT ' L 4Cr; H,M " l - V. 'jffy . , f y H f " ."firf

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 November 1911

-ysr--- -. ,5 mjw'n ww 'wyom vmmmwm PROBLEMS OF A' YOUNG HOUSEWIFE FURNISHING - OF THE LIVING ROOM Jr In the mid-Victbrian days of haircloth tand wax flowers the only taskMncumbentton a young housewifewho-wished to furnish her parlor was to decide how much stiff andf impressive furniture coul4 he bpught with the amount of money she had for the expenditure: i r Then, after exact placing of the funereal pieces of walnut, she viewed the parlor with sacred awe and shut it against everyday use. -. Now J:he parlor has become a Teal living room and its principal qualifications are comfort and charm.; It is-not the architect or the decorator who gives these, but the wprian who is making the home. The usual idea is an oriental rug, a mahogany davenport, a center table, a bookcase, 'a lounging chair and a rocker, topped by a green .shaded lamp of elaborate design and' a few conventional pictures. , The, "room thus furnished at a large initial expense looks like a thousand other rooms, even th...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 November 1911

WWw-iV-W-W U',M,"J WW- wjnmpPOM style. ft "5f3G .?3 vscaT&s, cured: 'Ah "exquisite lining' room was- iurnisnea cneaply by a girl ideal was a sun parlor - The -green df-tn"ewalls antf tKB ivhite woodwork made a background for green .wcjven grass furniture Amade gay -jyith c're.- j W tiPfPf' HhS MgiHiRnHt WSSWSSralBPtfK x 3w 3 i Two?BftglesHVf iiivHig Rooms & I A. I J !-.-- "UA""' -" - , t A A I. 1 ! 1 A ' f 1 . - .

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm tonne cushions and' pillowsV-TKe room is cool in summer cheerful and cozy in winter. - For -many "young women' the living room is, a display room of useless-trinketry. ' It is well'to remember -that one 'goo picture, framed- in accord with, the. color scheme of the room as well as with its own' subject matter,' is better than a dozen poorly set or 'wrongly placed, ones.- . -. . Above all, the .living room should be wpr,thytof its;nptme,'a place w.here husband, and -wife may "be equally contented in? its atmosphere. r " ' WEATHER FORECAST. Fine for, Thanks- . giving j? air tonight and' probably (Thursday. For Chicago and vicinity:. L o w est temperature, tonight about 22 degrees above zero; somewhat warmer 'Thursday; brisk west shifting-to south-west winds tonight. o o A cook must not only know what ingredients to use, but also just how-much of each ingredient to use Which fact is equally vtrue- of the man who would remedy a situation. a - J The Emoria"' Gazette .say...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 November 1911

CQMING INTO HIS OWN . -f It is announced on-what appears to be good authority that the T recent changes in the British cabinet are designed to prepare theB way for David Lloyd-George to become prime minister, Mr. Asquith gping into the house of lords. - tf , If the Liberal party is to continue in power, this is logical andjj even inevitable. As chancellor of the exchequer Mr.- Lloyd-George-ri is the inspiration and real leader of the present very democratic and 1 progressive administration. In fact,, he is- more ; he is the hope of z a Better England. - - . Lloyd-George fs much more advanced -in. his views than anyd American statesman now in officethough this comparison doubtless reflects more on public opinion in the United States' than it does updn some of our progressive leaders. - The truth-is that none of 3 our public men could hope for preferment (as yet) if they stood 7 where 'the great Welshman stands.- - , " n Think of an American cabinet officer and leader of his party ons...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 November 1911

VPMPPfPW Swm WW 0 i- y DOUGH-NUTS (Buddybpy Tells a Story Ngt: Guaranteed to Be -Strictly True.) " " , : i."Anybody here like doughnuts ?" asked Buddyboy. - ,. "Guess you.mean fried jCakes"; said Freckleberry. ' . "1 "He means crullers," said True penny. - . - o3 "Don't know what hemeans,4 but I mean-olykoeks,, if you want- said was 'WeHthat?5-thersfdry," Buddyboy! i"$bu sdej when I 'abigrnaiLTIi -j':a , ; t Everybqdylaughed. ., . i '"WhatypuHa'ugJiingt? Jf the .'Storyrnan'-cfir say-When I was -aKttlboyir;.why can't J say .'-when 'I 'was; a bigrhan'?'. r.f'tah'smflca the Story-JilVWhenUfwas-.a b'ig mp, T had Yo'much,'famiiy'l nad:to.make lots the bully-good ones," said Williebill, who had once lived with a1 Dutch family." "I like them if they're made with butter." said dainty Dollchild, "I don't eat lard, because it comes from .a hog." "Say, you'd 'a' been a good customer for my dough-nuts," said Buddyboy, "If I'd had a million of you, I'd. be rich by this time. That is, I would hav...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 November 1911

you 'thing that .'everybody likes and nobody ever gets enoughiof and that I can make aridsell myself, and just then my mother br6ught in some fresh doughnuts and I ' said "to myself, "Tag! those are it". . - " "How old was your mother?" asked Freckleberry, innocently, "Oh, bout thirty-five, anahe told mer-" - "Thirty-five, hey! and were a big man?" , "Uh-huh. I-wasf borri when she was older and we grew young" together. And she Hold -me the doughnuts cost .her more, lo make than.she could 'uy?-em at the! DaKery, so i saw 4. jiad tannd, some way" to cheen'pro'ductionj and distributipn-rthats, what usj business men call 'it. "Ha'd" to' make 'em cheaperand deliver 'em cheaper, you'' knowjso's all I saved w,duldlbei""the'saitfe as earned. " . c -" ' .T iV . "Well,- -f '.went all over the world looking for Cpace.to make .ii.ay uuugu-uuu cf.nu yKJ u yd. 11 I guess where1 ;I fcifitd it'c Give .it up? 'Way down in the South! Sea Islands." "It was a peachy, dandy place, but first I had to mak...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 November 1911

until, during Busse's administration, the higher courts held that the low rental the Tribune was paying was legal. 'Yesterday, Judge. Clarke established the value of.lpts in the ame block, and the decision will 'save th school board $1,000,000. r Two lots in the Tribune block were valued at 384,000 One lessee will have to pay the school board $11,570 each on two lots next to, the Tribune lots, Vhile the Tribune pays an average rentalof tfut $10,5p0 for three corner lots at Madison and .Dearborn. ' And the Tribune's rental will be the same for 79 years after 1915. ' 'LONESOME By Berton Braley '(Being the Plaint of an Unacquainted man.) The girls the girls go drifting by Wherever I am going, , -. AndT can tell with'half an eye That most are worth the knowing. ,The blondes with hair like yellow ,". gold, -Brunettes with raven tresses,' The gay, 'the sad, the shv, the bold, "-The kind that bans or. blesses. Yefe-I must stand aside and gaze, f, My heart chock full of longing, While all t...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 November 1911

r - IMPORTED VELVET GOVSH MADE FpR WINTER BRD3E Ths gown of Velvet and antique embroidery was made for a bride of this, season. The black .velvet continues from tack of neck to end of train ,(g Jet fringe edges the embroid". eryj ana a DiacK rose decorates the bodice. The price of this gown was $375, but its main features can be duplicated in cheaper material At a moderate price.' 'NOTHER JOB FOR UNCLE Bernard N.- Baker, a pretty . good-sized business man of Baltimore, started out jauntilyenough to raise $15,000,000 for "an .independent steamship line - .from coast to coast via Panama Canal. He failed.- The money trust in Wall Street wouldn't allow", it says it intends 'to run yits own .steamships "in sympathy with the railroads." Say, Uncle Sam, you've got ah- ' other jo,b ahead: Youjnust run YOUR steamships tfi sympathy with the- people. Othferwise," you've thrown away your money at' Panama. : o o ' ' First, Actor "Hello, old man, how's, the hypnotizing game?" Hypnotist "I've drop...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 November 1911

"-" TO' YOU OF EASY STREET "' ' ' Mr. Conservative, you-who'honestly believe that"aH's for the best in the test of all possible worlds," we want to talk to you Jn the calm that succeeds the November elections, and "befQre'w are'swept into the swirling waters of the presidential campaign. - Our text is Massachusetts , -'- . One of the foremost of 'manufacturing communities, she-has SKimmea tne cream irom our protective tanir poncy tor two genera- ai finnc XTnftit-nlltr clno.Vloe cfo-r1 1L- i .frtrA.' iti l"i rvlllrrir of T?Ar1lK 1 lican states, giving her electoral, vote to that party in .every election, fromXincoln to Taft. r r . , i But last year she chose a Democratic governor in a, spasm of revolt from the Payne-Aldrieh tariff andthe .increased cost of living. On November 7th she re-elected her Dempcratic governorbut not until her thousands of workjngmen had carefully considered one of the most earnest'appeals ever addressed by those who control capi-, tal and business' to those ...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 November 1911

3 f (X Kci O ol clares lie needs-for the bare necessities, FOOD, CLOTHING 'AND' SHELTER, is either a wise or a just policy, do you? . You are not so blind as to believe that a people possessing the right to vote will permanently submit to such conditions, ate you? Cantyou see, Mr. Conservative, that back of the-insurgency; in both great parties, back of the mounting votes for socialism, back of the struggle between labor and capital is the suffering of men, women and children and the grim determination of the lovers of mankind to make the United States of America a fairer, juster, and better place for the common man? Mr. Conservative, THE RADICAL IS THE TRUE CON SERVATIVE, and you are the real radical. For when you stubbornly stand in the path of progress you do not stop the tide, but merely dam it, for the moment, and, if you succeed in damming it long enough we shall all be drowned in the inevitable deluge. -WAKE UP, MR. CONSERVATIVE! LEND A HAND! THE WORLD'slEWSBRIEFLY TOLD 4 Jen...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 November 1911

i7 'Sail right,-August; we understand he was stabbed-in the body, but the stabbing "occurred 'in a tenderloin resort,-didnt it? , - "I would as soon 'discuss a pipe dream with'an outpatient of bedlam as discuss .such nonsense. "-V Roosevejt's reply "to" .Wharton Barker's" accusations.- ' Butr Teddy, .that doesn't telhus whether or npf the accusations are true. . ' . r Chas.' jV. Morijie banker, saw his"" 13y'ea1rrold daughter for first time since he became conyict in federafjail hospital at Atlanta yesterday. t -' - - - Mrs. Marian Norrian, N. Y., suedJTdhn Khayat.fbr $1.0.000 because. John told3friends'she saVon' his Jap ancl'kis'sed andJ hugged him". . " lj You'll notice that Jim O'Leary is talking a lot of philosophy, but leaving Jacts alone--until the Statute of limitations leaves him out, anyhow. J r California legislature has passed bill which will make it unnecessary for women to 'state, their a"ge whW registering- to vote. California's gettingto be an awfully thoughtful stat...

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