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

viO t e l&Hfv. irv ' CYNXHXA grey's daily correspondence I love a man who Has paid me a' lot of attention, but who has changed suddenly, although he is friendly. 'What would you advise me to do ? Downhearted. A What can you do but submit? Since he is friendly with you he evidently tired of. the closer relation, 'and the soonec you turn your thoughts away front him the better for-you and the sooner you will forget that yoij "love" him. Call your pride to the rescue. Surely, youdp not want a man who does not care,for you? I am 24, unmarried, and have a little son. He is with my mother in another city. I am in love with a man who wisjies to marry me. Is it my duty to,tell him ?' t or should I give up all idea of marrying ? Mary. A Personally, T advise you to tell hijm all. Others' might advise you not To confess. You must take the course which best "commends itself to you. As it looks to me, you" stand a better chance o happiness in the future If you are square from the sta...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 November 1911

w THE REASON FOR WILLIE'S LOUD AMEN: AT THE :.-. . "Q . v THANKSGIVING DINNER v 'W,- . T: ,,K- rsr ' x --p-s - rriMiiT . . . jfli fSJ&a L g'TA ft" '!' " Brazil u 00frr HAVE r.MHr To CEXOP ( AtSk You DON'T HAVE" njCARRiflN THE COAU Tltl wniiiwi j "?. k. zfJu mg VWlLUE '-J tj7 p WCCRECJSTeR. "Put these .SCHOOL BOOKS ' AVAY.SSHU J -7 HAVE-, "R ""wTlue'won-t n -' uhjz. -re- Cart 1 .study ts" f3 I sr Yt ,5 - 1 StV&i j HMIiilitaMMIIMMMMlii

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 November 1911

W'f'nf A BUNCH OF NONSENSE John Hays Hammond" discussed the trusts at a Newark banquet of well-fed inen. As he is s5id to drawtof $l,bQ0,OOCra. year it's a safe bet that he, 'also is fairly well-fed. 'The remedy for overproduction," said this oracle, "is either the restriction 6i production on finding foreign rnarkets for surplus products1." . ' Youdon't say? What" if our own people are suffering "irom under-constimp?on? How. -does your "remedy'' help1 them? Your fat-headed wisdom isn't big enough to" go around, is it, John? O-rO - WEAVING THE WEB Itis most interesting to observe the weaving of the new web of co-operative trade andittdustry . ""5 A - J that is 'develonine vamonF ttic- masses side bsideSwith,lhe greatiabtia oCcororth. combination. Here, fojjnafan.car&tfie. cotton-growers o'IjnfierHl- valley, California newest 6jthe world's cotton fields-fotnt'ing,! corporafiojitVfina"nc" the entire crop of thefegion, tostdre-'nVin warehouses'of their own, and to market it...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 29 November 1911

WBiW!piP!PfiP!IWP!P5 REHEARgING,ROR pUEgARBPHX PARADE VO ' vi Aiiafcrt'',-'. ; i g) ttasteuooo &.v4ioitooo0 In December the' king andJQueen'ofErigljnicl Twill -attend thei Durbar "at Delhi 'for- the first-time in history The ; procession of state elephants, a rehearsal of which, tfiis picture shows; will be the most conspicuous feature of tti'e Durbar.1"' ' DONT:"jbLLY.Mt '4 How shall' a. candidate talk to the women" voters? The Los Angeles campaigners wersthe question. One's'peaker.'b'egan by referring toJ'the"yQutfijbeauty and charm of the. audience." ' . -'- j - "Silence,, broken only by whisi pers of criticism," says,, the account. . , " ' ' " v ' Then came a speaker who said; "I shall waste-no time in, compliments." ;' ri "3 1 "Profound, prolonged .applause," says -the.-chronicler. . t jollied inpt ,in stump speeches, anynowI-They-want-the facts and arguments;- wantk71isten to appeals to" their reason. ' Saveyour rboqquets -for your best girl.. !-,. v .'' , , ,, ' ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 30 November 1911

?jgr - - ry.iftja-yf , r vvas..- v,w"-t-j.-t - " " j ''- : ..' " vr srj.iii. i . .ti H ' ' . A . - V . ,1 W . v" u-'i-.r.l m..-jr vfc. -.. t, , t -. .' m i ..;" wli'i.i I,. ;nn crv T3trrirta 'en "V esJsno v rntST -rr yivnfr;.) , Vol." 1, NojSSx' jQhiTfilire4;;No30llV--'-Qn9 Cent HERE'S AY0Sli'dmiSyM ORIGIN OF "1 V "" ' - 'rCrrSii ri " SJLf If IK m ' m 98 :; ytjTBiif0NRoa 353 m yj& ,ri WSS.rJVI'! ;. :-r-v-JBWlftHrPii The Story of the Puritans and Pilgrims came to this country of the first. .American Thanks -was-that their king would not let Tgivrngcan benadevenyinterestn them 'do vhat;theyTthought was ing to Jittiechild-rjenif toljl sim-l j-jght, HeVoitWnQt let them ji WJiv v - L,i 'm3JP- Jfepasra war- - iiMmtm

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 30 November 1911

the long, stormy passage of two months.- Emphasize- the courage of these jpedple in undertaking such, a difficult "journey .to a -new and unsettled, , country, for the safce of freedom. Do not dwell on the terrible privations of that first winter at Plymouth, simply say that they wer cold and hungry arid that many died. Tell how when spring came, some friendly Indians helped themjplant corn, wheat and barley arid that in the fall their harvest was so great they had enough food tolast all winter. -o- VV So they said, "Let Us haVe a day of Thanksgiving and thank . Gbd for his goodness. It was'He! who sent the xain and sun to make the grain grow."' "' Describe the'v Thanksgiving with the' services in the little3 church and the three days of 9 feastiftgand fun with thelndians, who h?d been invited for the holi-. days. 2 Make the children understand that this was three hundred years72 ago and that every November! since then there has been ' if1 t FOR MOTHER Thanksgiving lioHday . in coun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 30 November 1911

l p-7 T -'Sr"- VJ; WAT DAD SAYS ABOUT IT vDayay: -'Thanksgiving day , issjjkeany other day, except for atirepreserit. .The sun rises in tfie-.qjiirnin'and'sets atnight. QjyrtJi4inSor' snows. ' 'For meh cgn'Tegulate'the weather by pis.ing,law5,'lland 'making pertain daysIelIidays., , x JL . Xjtfs'theispjritQf Thanksgiving thatjwfecelebrate. 'Its just like Ghf itnias jn'-tljaCresp'pct. "ye're supposed to -lay',a'side our 'mean- qpp luiiujjcuctyj'rtiiu nave t tvifiu lyfjjeljhgf or'-qur fellowmen. , C'Btit lotsof uisdo tKat-on Sun dav. We. out on our -rood.clothes apdigo to'cfmrch.We'sjrig-and pjayand try to look real good while ouf rneighbQrsJ4fe7 looking at;us.'-- ,r,,lV '. V ' JTJjaj: .wbhld: be" all' right 'if 'we didjilt ha'ng'aur'goqd feelings and gfood resolution's' 'awiy in "the closet witffrour Tgqod clothes at nigHtjhandHhen put o'n our businessclothes and our business manners Qn'Morfday -morning. Dsometifnes tnm'k that'business is-1 intimately" associated .with - nuoh of' Jfy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 30 November 1911

prevajj.all thfe time And all AVer the world. I Jcnow one thing it I were getting rich -by paying girls $6 for a hard week's wotk, L'd be afraid to eat turkey today for fear I'd choke. widayfc are In toft Ut Mr who have an idea that biscuits are, fire-proof. ,. Talking ibotit guessing con tests, is the-State of matrimony in the union? & FOR FATHER" Trtv $ua fb 'all i not tnrovQ our. And Ihfct 4lmw&b We've livd3 dh? f&ce dw fesfo) fee&rd ta&i) - 4l 5be Wi -yr &nd 'ItiVef ' Krtd' we anebeie t ,-,ii :rf TAKING FVARM TO TOWN .New-York'citylias been enjoying 'a singular experience The. westjern railroads, decided t8 "bridge the gap between" the city and the farms" by giving a great land ahd irrigation show in the heart of the metropolis. They shbwed ndt merely the products., "but the methods, of modern agriculture as it is practiced dn the prairies, the reclaimed deserts and the intermoUntaiH valley of the West.' The...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 30 November 1911

f - j-s "y '"'tvr"yt STORIES"ABOUT THANKSGIVING FUNKY' LITTLE- -' . 9 ' YARNS TO TELL ' WHILE TACKLING TURKEY They were at dinner and the dainties were on the table. 'Will you take, tart or pudding" asked Tommy's papa. "Tart" said Tommy promptly. His father sighed as he recalled I u the many lessons on manners he had given the boy. - ''". "Tart, What?" "bp querried kindly. ' But Tomtrty's, eyes were glued on,the,pastry. ' yt.'Tart, what?"'asked the father again, sharply this time. 'fTart first," answered Tommy triumphantly. ' '- '- ' At well-to-do "farmer --had" brought a nice, .fat turkeyro' the preacher's, house. - The children like 'turkey, like It all the bet"ter because it WppenecPon their bill-of-fare rarely. But just.'be- , forevthe family" sat down1 tohthe table, two visiting "preachers dropped in and had to be invited to stay for dinrfer. Mamma promisedlthe two smaller children that they could have their 'dinner all to themseLy.es .after the grownups had finished. - The tur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 30 November 1911

green and fresh," exclaimed Mrs. Youngwife, as she, tripped into the grocery store. "Yes, madam," replied the grower, as'he put bne hand to the side of his mouth, to give his voice a. better carrying power, and called : f "Hank, come in here and wait on, this lady." ' Little Bobbie's father had taken him to his first football, game. Bdbby was impressed by therboti'ihg. 'Why do they yell that way?' hje. asked his father. "That' gets ,vthe other-team rattled and helps ' , i win the game,", replied his father. That night Bobbie prayed: "Now I lay me,down to sleep, etc.," closing with "Rah! rah! rah! Sizz! boom! bah!" "Why,, Bobbie' said a horror stricken mother, "whyjfxlid you say that ?" l , . "So's Godvwill be rattled .and wont remember about that fib I told this morning," confidently replied the young hopeful. Magistrate: "What is your L trade, my man?" -.Prisoher: "lama locksmith, sin i "And what were- you doing When the police came on the premises?" ,jjuI wafi.makingta boltj for t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 30 November 1911

r YARNS ABOUT THE WORLD'S NATIONAL PASTIME By Billy Evans. .. No-player can bull a ball to left harder than Napoleon Lajoie. When Larry gOesto the-'plate third:sackers, as a rule, play almost a short left, field for him. "'. Despite this Lajoie seldom resorts to bunting, although he 'might beat out many with the third baseman so far back. ' - "Soon after Billy 'Purtelf joined the White Sox his team played in Cleveland. '- Lajoie buntecj and beat the throw easily. Purtell had heard much of 'Lajoie, but' never' had seen him in action, 'so decided1 he wouldnt' be showri up -by another hunt. '' "WKor T i mtA i rrt n" ofiTr(r f rt .fnP - ifiiwi itiivi-ucaiu jivmivu tv -v tplate'h"e feinted-and s'aW 'Purtell coming in at a -10-second clip. The next ball was in the groove, and after 'feinting, Lajoie pulled tth'eiball to left-a mile a min uted I .Purfell, coming in; couldn't' stop. jrre couia not even aeiena nimseii ana tne ball stnjck him-oh-the'-cliest) dropping him as cleanly as ahard h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 30 November 1911

nelders hanker, tor the infield or pitcher's job. Infielders want to. play the outfield or go on the-mound. Few long to l)e catchers. Ty Cobb is perhaps the greatest outfielder, all things considered, the game has eyer known. He always wanted to be a pitcher. It is -not uncommon to see him working with a catcher' instead of cavort- if ing in the outfield. Cobb, by the way, has a varied assortment of slants. ' rd " ' Thercis Hall Cha'se, premier first baseman. Hall has designs on- second and may play there 'next season. He scoffs at the idea J that a left-hander cannot play second and make double plays. He also likes to pitch and usually goes to the rubber in exhibitions. "B i i "Doc" White is strong for the outfield and spends time playing-0 the garden. Although a high class southpaw pitcher, White hopes ' to play the field when his cunning deserts him. His speed and bat-lS ting make hijn look good. t Joe Birmingham, one of the game's greatest throwing outfielders, prefers the infie...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 30 November 1911

THE STORY -OF-A MAN WHO -MADE A" MISTAKE, .AND;'WAS' SAVED THROUGH DEVOTION OFiHIS WIFE. ' ' l This is a little drama, of real life, right here in Chicago. The,ta,Ie deals -with the troubles of a husband and .wife. T.hey were . married in St. Louis four years ago, and 'went to Mexico to live. He is about 28 and she is 23, but' in',knowledge ofHhe world they are 'children in their teens. He was 'not .naturally bad or vicious; merely-made-one wrong turning, as thousands of others have done. The wife-was not well, but the mild climate of Mexico gave h'ejstrength. Theh, -last February, they came to Chicago . The husband secured .work in a planing millr making1 good wages, arid he and Jus wife lived happily in a house on Indiana avenue for four months.- Then they moved to.22d street, aitd the husband continued to work in the mill.- . , , -, But one day his vigilance relaxed for an instant, ) and his hand was cut so severely that-he was incapacitated. - , t - , -, . For five weeks he had ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 30 November 1911

dollars 'they had in the world; the lawyer took it. -The husband was arrested Nov. 9. The matter was considerably involved at the trial, and probably I the ' whole truth never did come out. ' There Was some talk of $20 whicrjithe manager had admitted, he had awed the husband, but that, was never established. The husband was found guilty of jfttting'$41,,a,nd the prpsoect of the criniinal court was staring him in the face The case was continued several times 'by Judge 'Himesp afld he with the representative .of the state's attorney's office, attempt-' ed to settle the-case so that the maq would be ,rejeasedyfram jail and "be allowed to earn money, to pay off this debt The husband s place hvthe mill was ppen to him, and he was ible'tq wojjc.. r, ?, - rThe; case j dragged for .three weeks, he husband iij jail -all the time, the-sales, manager 'obdurate in his Remand tha-trhxgo'io thepenitentiaryprhe.manager -said hewould haye tp puffer- for the lofsTol ,the-"rioneyU Ifuthe refused'. Je...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 30 November 1911

Tyfrgy-iw- wyg- yy t .- and all who helped 'keep him out of prisdn "h'ave"" reason fcfr thanks giving. , These are the characters in the story: ....-. The husband H. V. Gordon. The wife--Mrs' HVV. Gordon. The safes .manager C. 'E. Gaerte, Swan-Neck Camp. Cd. The court. --'Judge Hirries Maxwell street. f . , " The prosecuting, attorney E. J. Smejkal. " Gordqn's aftbnjey-J."E.,HMo: Ginley. . " "r" .i ? - - The planing millr-CrtfselqGas- ket Co. " - ' ' and heart throbs in it without the aid of artificial respiration from a typewriter. Tile'' tears are not shown, but the wifecoulrf tell of them. ' v Probably if you saw it on 'the stage it would appeal to. you more. ' " "" '" ? v JBut it touched the judge, before whom pass hundreds of "cases of misery weekly,; that is something. It appealed to' the- state's' attorney, wiose. sworn duty it js to prosecute siicli cases ;'- that is' nfore. And' it' appealed "tb'Hfie court bailiffs. ' , , ' ' After all, the man is at' work, ' ' C .' A PRAYE...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 30 November 1911

- -. '"? OUR OFFICE .BOY, -WRITES UP AN APPEAL FOR '. EARLY CHRISTMAS SHOPPING , will sez; the edditer tother day wen yous gits joun to it i want y'u to riteand tel wy peopul shud by there presints urly an plees after this" hav sum -regards fur the puntuashin marks ""wat, are in the dikshunaryto beusedbeleey nie" son relciinT-b fitter start on a nu -paragraf. , - ' ', always, "siaft with" a big letter CI '."TTVi 1 Cjj-Cj r ? QpMli Willie's Best Girt -sez the guy wat rites the"siety noos 'but i allways f urgfts till i git started so i will start a nu paragraf agin SO for i haint used no puntuashun marks a tall- but i -dont se how a fellerkin think bout all them '-things an'd wats hez riten to at the same time:-- " ' gee Whiz i neerly furgot.to rite the story wich is my best gurl. runin her. legs offen her wen a clurk yells cash ; sez to me willifosez she. it jest bout kills me thf& way us .Fokes gotta wurk jest pepul wates till the last minit bojj four ChristMas, alf'caus...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 30 November 1911

jtWgar nmni.'m" & t f "' ,!ftMfc ' rev JHfe. in Mrv&HUB2H j THE THANKFUL MAN ; - " - 4 '- ., .:. -.Thankful! ' , . . -. --; Sure, Bill ! I'm as thankful as the little purp that ki-yied away with a tin can to his tail thank- fuPit wasn't firecrackers! J'm thankful for a .heap of things that might.be a whole lot Worse. t aZXZai F'rinstanceJ ' '. I'm thankful turkey's 35 cents apound.' That saves me from foundering on an old-fashioned Thanksgiving dinner. I'm thankful my underwear still, has 10 per cent wool in it. They rrfight high-tear-off my whole shirt I'm thankful God made 'life just naturally so sweet, in spite pf everything, that I, don't need much-sugar at 8 cents per. v I'm thankful there are some' newspapers tiat can foe-bought for axentacopy arid no other way! ' .-;'-' I'm' thankful I 'live in this1 ga-lorious land-of the more-or-less free, instead of in heather Chiny. Those, poor, benighted Chinks are smitin' the oppressor queue and thigh. JBut us en...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 30 November 1911

tmmmmmmmmm wor!c, Instead of ridln sumptuously,, jammed byjiundreds into' cattle cars? Yes, Bill, I'm thankful as all- get out. I'm that full and runnin' bver with thankfulnes's that I'm afraid, to let 'on. ' They'd sure put a tax on it! "" f o o ' r FOR-THE GUESTS "I raise aSio&si-or -joyous" preas& Ibrcu5troof Thanksgiving 'ajs-; jAndroti) eOkcMd&y, tbe. coming year,. i-O o - , Seriously Now. "Letus give thanks .for the ricb ties; of' our heritage--for Love that -makes life divinefor Beautyv?hich wins man to Hoik riess foF-Faith that builds a pathway to the Stars for "Dreams that .light the night. "'for visions that give us irnmor-tality .One Last Whisper. ' . . Don't Tmbibe1 so much thanksgiving spirit that you'll make the ridifc-ulous-'blunder oJLtiying -to light your cigar at the hot-water faucet r, When .the Fathers declared every man entitled to the Pursuit of Happiness, they laid the- foundation for free 'and' unlimited coinage of punkin-p...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 30 November 1911

.TWO IMPORTANT THANKSGIVING DAY BOOTS, - - AND OTHER FISTIC FACTS, BY TOM ANDREWS While all' eyes' are turned toward Los Angeles, for the Thanksgiving day battle between Wolgast and Welsh it might be well to keep in mind another bout which although not so important', may have-a bearing on the lightweight title in the future. The contest will be between Grover Hayes and Joe Mandot, who gained fame by whipping Milburn Savior. Mandot and Hayes should put1 up a -.grand fight and the- winner will be' in line for the Welsh-Wolgast bout. Eddie McGoorty, 'Wisconsin middleweight, may be in England again this winter, as4iis manager, Patsy Callahan, has received an invitation to box Jim Sullivan, at the National" Sporting club:If the match isclosed Eddie may go oven after the holidays. Mike (Twin) Sullivan, former champion welterweight, .who.outgrew the class, and who has been paving a touch of the quiet life on a farm near Cambridge, Mass., will forsake the cows and chicktjend and try his luc...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 30 November 1911

MAN WHO SAYS "I AM THE MOST THANKFUL - &y-E. & Rdflgerfc. . Attotf, Ili.j Noy. 30.:Tfn as thankful this Thanksgiving as any man on God's green earth!" He was not a millionaire, nor yet a robust full-bodied man; neither was he one who had just escaped from, some terrible ordeal whb spoke these words to me today: L . This man with heartfelt prayer of thanks on his lips Is Charles Sunderland, Altori's wonderful teamster, "who .has no fingers or hands and only one poor stump of n arm. l j -Sutherland is the leading citizen of Alton. Oh, yea. they have mayors and rich men and poliiicjans,' but Alton" is proudest pf its stump-armed teaipster, who is all cheer and love ancLpraise because he has been able tp make life a success in spite bf the dreadful disasterthat threatened 'it. As a boy of a -with a dyirig soldier father, -he went to work feeding cneat a- molasses mill. One da fhe..vhirring knives took Orie arm off at the shoulder and tthe other at the elbow; "The...

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