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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 1 December 1911

m s ARC YOU 6ISSATISNE.& ? OP-COURSE. YOU ARt- o A THEM tOHV 3DO YOU LIVE IN fWrS BUNGALOW of your own ork3jmac Design, 'n:d which .6VERYsqrY "Says is A FRErfK, - , iVJfHOLE THING' SOLVED yjHere you haveit! When you cant' find any "reduction in your qii; tobacco, sugar and'steel bills, growing out of Taft's fearful war (civil) on the trusts,, screw up your,f aith- a little tighter and ob serve what the. administration says, through the Boston Tran script, to-wit: - '- "It is pointed out that although theday aftenttic.dissolution, so tcspeak, the actual lownership of the segregated properties may be the same, the death of owners and lapse of .time, will bring about genuine transfers.", - ' . Cheer upi " The court of com merce may wobble -and splutter,' the U.. supreme court may get unreasonably mixed, Tafts may come and goWickershams may sret"CharJe.Y-.hor5e"Ja.thfiir.goodi sword aimspRooseyeltB maylfaili WHEN SV A7XblN3--A NIFTY LEEPNG TORCf ON THE CHMNEY,' EVERY BODY IVILL RE5K...

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. — 1 December 1911

j LOCAL-EVENTS IN TAfeLOID FORM It's all over. How's the pain? Chief McWeeny has issued or der that drunkards will not beJ .kept on police force. All right if members have a real estate side ,line, though, Chief. - ' Edward Sebastian, 6429 Herm itage ave., lighted cigaret while cleaning suit of clothes with gas oline. He and his mother will re cover. James Mills, 48$0 W. Ohio St., railroad engineer, had sight des troyed yesterday when locomo tive boiler exploded. Yesterday was 25th anniversary of mar riage, and he and his wife had ar ranged celebration. Edith Klemm and Hilda Sam monson, who ran away from 'HomeTuesday, found yesterday in Hotel Warner, 33d and Cot tage f Grove. Taken home by Mrs". Klemm, 122 E. 41 st street. Martfn Obsicina, 3946 W. Ohio .Street; shot in abdomen in saloon brawl yesterday. Hdspital. Pe ter Ieonosziz arrested." Fourteen men were killed, and but. one injured during hunting season in Illinois. Pretty accu rate shooting. Mrs. Anna BaieY and Mrs. Thomas Wol...

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. — 1 December 1911

r.y-V ftlexian' Brothers-hospital of in- iernal injuries:' ' ' ' ?r Trial;df Inspector Dornian and Lieuts-fHoward'and Ambrose ex pected; tiKendoraorrow. ' rr-n-Or-roA-7-v "HOT h- J: , POLITICAL FIGHT -INUAII7, " - - n. - & 14? W M?Aresiit!i rr-fCfiffah : ' :.'KBf;- nfwji Kd''"i1i ' II - , ; CurtJestt - Henry; Youtseyr Y a-icxingiuii, xvy., j-eu. i. iven- ,tuckr is nbteH for its ' political campaigns but the ";most-unique .cever. knowTf.'intijstate is that npiinaerjwaykoecweenuoyo men penitentiary for the.presidency of the Prison Christian Endeavor society! ' 'The menrare"JIenry.JE.,Yout sey.who assaSsipated Gov: Will iam Gbebel, and'Gurtis Jett,.the "Breathitt county feudist who killed" James- ,'Cockrill-and' Judge Marcum.' - . r; ' J ; - ,- - Ydutsey an'd'Jett hatf a similar rasd Jast year; which wXsJwqft by Yqutsey. This year Jettv has t a good, chan.ce to win. The -vote is taken by 'ballot." and 'counted by; the-.wa.rden. . '" ' " . JYoutsey. is' 'supor ted ""iby f the straig...

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. — 1 December 1911

STORIES OF THE NATIONAL PASTIME - , j f , By Billy Evans. "Where is Tim Hurst?" ; 0'' Time and again during the past 12 months Thave been asked this question. It is strange that so well known a character could drop from sight so quickly. Scarcely twtf years ago he was one ofi the most talked of men in baseball. '' Tim Hurst is a resident of New York. Althiugh born at Ash'3 land, Pa., he has lived in Gotham so long, that residing in any other city would be camping out. For 20 years he has lived at the Bar- tholdi hotel, of which he is regarded as one of the props. And don't imagine that Timothy (who lost his American league job for mistaking vthe face of Eddie Collins for a cuspidor), needs sympathy. He is worth about $100,000 and it isn't stage money, either. His bank roll is probably larger than that of all the major, league umpires combined. He is a sport promoter, .boxing referee, land will umpire when the offer is attractive. And he is a real estate dealer extraordinary. - . c I...

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. — 1 December 1911

r"' .tf- - fERMANY'S GREATEST EDITOR CRIES TO 'PEOPLE TO TAKE REINS OF GOVERNMENT FROM KAISER '(Copyright, 1911, by United 5 Press.) Berlin, Dec. 1. In a most re markable interview with the Ber lin correspondent of The, Day Book, Editor Maxmiliait Harden, of the "Zukunft," or "Future," draws the following conclusions : War between Great Britain and Germany is inevitable. 1 It is so because of the bungling oi- German diplomatists, 'who h,ave acted as if they thought the representatives of .other nations were fools. cThe Moroccan affair, is the ' crowning blunder of .a decade of "(jerman diplomatic blunders. " It was folly to imagine that England would permit Germany tp get a foothold on the West (oast of Morocco. England wanted war with Ger many late in the summer. The only "reason war was not declared was that Russia was not ready to sjtrike. f As soon as Russia is prepared, war will come England, France and Russia agairist Gerrhany. $ Germany says it is building arships to protect ...

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. — 1 December 1911

MPHHHHHlHHIBMHi ts-1 BOYS "OF'HULL 'HOUSE TO GIVE CONCERT- Theband'of the -'Boys' -club of Hull House will' give a 'concert tonight in Bowen Hallrone of the settlements -buildings; to be .fol lowed by a dance. An admission of 25 cents is charged. ' ' " The band -is composed- of "home talent," all of .its'.members belonging to the different .Hull House clubs.. All ages, all creeds and all nationalities compose its make-up, but the national air is "America" in every case. The Hull House basket ball team last night defeated the Mc Fadens, 38 to 4. ' Arrangements have been' made for-two Sunday night concerts, in Bowen Hall, to be held the 3d and" 17th of December. A sectionvof the Thomas orchestra has been secured. - - - For- these performances- 10.. cents admission will be charged. Though 'not officially recognized as such; these concerts area, step in the campaign against the pub lic dance-hall: - o o c M.9 (Shopping Before Christmas " EDISON TJOESN'T DRESS UP TOCALL ON TAFT Do' not' ...

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. — 1 December 1911

WHEN THE DAILY NEWSPAPERS FALE OUT What Dad Says About It. . :DadSaysr That if figures don't lie, liars can do a lot of funny things with figures. ;In the 'circulation and adver tising war between -Chicago newspapers, all of 'them quote from statistics compiled by the Washingtpn'jPress,. vVhich is said to he an independent; audjt com pany. t ' . - This mo'rning's T,ribilne proyes by these statistics that in Novem ber, The Tribune published 310, 296 lines of paid- advertising more than, was printed by the next morning paper, and" 177,048 lines more thanthe firsteyening paper.-. i It also' proved from the same figures that.The Tribune, during first 1 1 mqn'ths of this yearjprint ed 11,432,224 lines of paid adver tising, which, is 'an, excess of 4? 725,781 HneStOyer the ijexbmorn ing paper,; anjl 2-,989375 lines over the first evening paper. But the Examiner "proves by the same Washington Press that in 'November 1911 The Tribune lost 580.61 columns of advertising as compared with Novem...

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. — 1 December 1911

BiPWWIllWBWWllWlW u -&2&cxrs-- rvTx H amonjg 'thieves; the fighting dail--ies that are grabbing at one an other's throats, suppress the news of the lawless outrages of their oi hired sluggers, .They even have a secret agree ment among themselves to the ef fect that when one newspaper o- OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE has trouble wih'a'laboiuriion, he can turn his fight over to the pub lishers' .trust, and so long as Ire letsthe trust direct the fight anyfq newspaper that doesn't, help hmW win the fight can be fined several11 thousand dollars. . t rtvr - W & II 'Wj&i&&mT I 111 1 DON'T KMnW WHOSe GRm-GRERT-GRfiNll- FRTHER YOU ARE, BUT I D0NT THINK 8N OLD M6THUSELM 'LIKE YOU HfiS WV OCEASE TO look m THtrr kind of jonkw: h gono . TO TAKE YOU OUT ft - - I. 1,1. .J I W. .' M. -. I 1 1) 0 . A "IE . . -.!? "0b; - xdi ?d3- 'tiu - ,cd . bt .tftb iq Tn'fl nnker ?ame. whenra new-lsais something about ''beginner's :onidiniSskbaprjiJfeQr)lickjy ad (rinbyf noJeaW jfofl

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 1 December 1911

FORGOTTEN - ' By Stuart B.- Stone. 'On'tfie day "of the beautiful pink-and-white wedding Mr. rWeston kissed" Mrs Wesson 173 times." MrsWeston kept careful tab. ,On the-second. day of their wedded life the tab bounded up to 202 rthe record. And " Mrs. Weston'has'that blessed date un derlined in" red. After that came the decline. And. then atlast came the woe f qlj woeful day when Mr. Weston arose excitedly 'from the break fast table. "Great Scott!" he cried. "It's the day of the Ferndale lots sale. Tmust hurry." "Albertr called Mrs. Weston," standing suggestively in the doorway. "Haven't you forgot ten something?" Weston patted every pocket. "N-n-n-o. Got care tickets, gloves, grocery list got every thing'Iknow' anything about." ' "Very well," said Mrs. Weston, in a Strang, low voice. - "You may go ahead then." As Weston descended the steps three at a time, theidoor of No. 19 banged with a crash. When he reached the office the- clerk ad dressed him. "Your wife rang for you a bit ago,...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 1 December 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmm u not: kissed you' today," he mur mured. "But I can't for the life of me think what I have, forgot ten." - , " -a Mrs. Weston .clung to hitn, weeping happily. "That was itj she cried. .T nr "What ?" puzzled Weston, "The kisses," she pouted. te "Oh!" said Weston, with a long sigh of understanding. , tn The next day the No. .214 was registered in the little morocqfr bound book of "secrets. It as the record to date,1 and as sifcjh Mrs. Weston underlined it in re o- He entered apartment 19; pfet-y Mrs. Weston sat red-eyed with unshed tears. .Weston advanced with a broad, nervous grin upon his face. . , "How foolish it was of me to forget thatT had placed a red string- upon my finger to remind me that there was something you desire me to,, .get matched' -he rambled. 7 But Mrs. Weston began to cry .softly- "It was 'not that," she sobbed. k Weston took Her into his arms and kissed her. "I declare I have j '"' CAREFUL, "GENTLEMEN! cMenand women are "being discharged from thei...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 1 December 1911

rfipr- frwtpf Trf ' ' -"i -1 T- -SJ - , y KOUR WAYS "TO COOK sli APPLES , J Apple Sauce Cake.-7-This cake keeps fresh longer than any other; except fruit cake. It is put to gether like common stirred cake, made rather stiff. The apple sauce is used to moisten it, in stead of milk or water, and adds greatly to the flavor and keeping qualities. Ther ingredients aTe two cupfuls of flour, one teaspon ful of vsoda, one egg, butter size of walnut, spices to taste, one cupful Jugar and one cupful smooth ap ple sauce. , Fried Apple Charlotte. Soak fgur slices of stale bread in water and when soft press Very dry. Aldd to bread three apples pared ind cut in small dice, one-half cup sugar, a dash nutmeg and a pinch salt. Beat two eggs, whites and yolks separately, add and mix all well; try a spoontui at a time injhot lard."Sprinkle lightly with jiugar. " Over them pour quart boiling water. Stir and set away in cold place. Serve with little sugar, if desired. ., Apple Ice Cream.1 Put two pounds...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 1 December 1911

.THE 'MISSING WORD ''Here is some money, my love, ''"said the husband. .AIdont' want any," re plied the wife.. J "Come now, dearest, take this. $50 note and go shop ping." "Thank" you, dearest, but I really don't care to. I would rather stay at hojne and do the housework." Then the' husband Faints, collapses, shrieks, wakes up or any little word like that. AlaWor him who never sees The stars shine through iiis cypress trees! Who, hopeless, lays his dead -awav Nor loqks to, see the breaking day Across the- mournful marbles play! ft SCAR Atfk Heree we are on asers Vay to aS COUNTTRY CLUB 3WNCS, UN& tuu rwr noo j3reSEi UP YET. "v. tcju nF nan jyrtvc5it-. s UP YET. -Z- I hdld it true, whate'er befall, I feel it when 'I sorrow mostj '1s better "to Tiave loved and t , jost , ' Than never to have loved at all. How to Be Lonesome. d like to be good, my darling, only Being good is so darned lonely. - ' y Begging a man's pardon gener ally gets about as much result as begging a man's pocfc...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 1 December 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 18 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 1 December 1911

RnpMwM9pll wmmmmmmmmmmm THE ONLY WOMAN NIGHT CLERK'IN THE yORLD . their ranks at -length "came the first woman mall clerk. . She was, followed "by a woman day roonf clerk'-Ko'rroWd . from the managers' -personal" clerical service- j .It was from the mail desk that Th,e only. woman night-clerk in the world is Mrs. Holden Friberg. And she is the first to hold such a position. s That the hotel .is the M.artha Washington does not! detract from its significance. This "only exclusive woman . hotel" has confined service be hind the, desk' almost wholly to men. It has been somewhat dis- -concerting to both men and wo- Mrs. Holden Friberg -'iliPl8H3&? men coming to the hotel for1 the first time to find menbehihd the desk, so universally has Martha Washington been- acclaimed a progressive woman enterprise. While the hotel company is made up almost wholly of women stockholders, yet it has never had he courage to intrust -.the-hotel management-to a woman ! Girl bellhops- was the hotel's ori...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 1 December 1911

wmmmmmvmmm CYNTHIA -GREY'S DAILY CORRESPONDENCE "(1) Tell me how to make a boy mind. (2) Tell me how to write a -salutation to a boy? H. S. M. A. (1) It depends upon the boy's disposition; sometimes love will influence them most. (2) If he is just a bby,-and ndta man, it is proper to address him" by his first nameDear Charlie," or "Dear Johh,".prwhat'everii hap pens to be,. " " (1) Suggest a few appropriate birthday-gifts for a brother. C?) Can a man support a wife on $45 ta month? M. G A. (1) A book, a Handsome tie. a scarfpin,- a- pair of military hair brushes, a pair of "slippers.' (2) It depends upon the place they live, and the ecoriomical tendencies of the couple. . ( '(1) I am 14. How should I wear my hair? (2). My hair is thin'. How can I thicken it? (3) Am I too young for skirts and shirt waists? Constant Reader. A. (1) Either curled and tied at nape of neck with large ribbon bow or braided, turned under and tied at neck. Parted and rolled at sides. (2) Shampoo frequent ly,...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 1 December 1911

GAYNOR '.TELES -".HOW TO RUN NEWSPAPERS, :New York, Dec '1. Mayor William J. Gaynor, whOha.s bit terly 'attacked, various New -York newspapers? since he eriteredppl itics, today told how he would run a newspaper, i ' . Accordirig'to theimayor himL sel once a reporter, a newspa pers: --. . " . K "Should show that a gentleman control it l , Should be true; it's' rnotives, fair. Should not write an editorial until sure of its facts. rShould have Headlines noted for-accuracy and stripped-of' verb iage! Should ha.ve.all articlessigned, tamake the Writer" careful' to libel no one. Should give all the political hews without regard of 'party. Should not permit its proprie tor to hide behind a 'corporation othis own making. 'Should not give testimony in Hivorce trials nor in sensational criminal cases. Should not accept misleading, fraudulent advertising. 'Should not permit advertisers to control its news or editorial policy. Should write every article as short as is consistent with the fact...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 1 December 1911

P5I55PP" vvfPOTipHMPppmvvvvqi -- - tT cfj,Vr- "? t- yj ! THE STORY OF A PAIR OF SHQB r- By Don MacGregor. -9 Outside the blizazrd moaned and howled. The wind, bitter in it's first piercing sting-of winter, soughed through the house. A gaudily painted calendar flapped bleakly, drearily, against the wall. The girl sitting before the piti ful little radiator for these are the days of science shivered de spite the torn blanket in which she 'was wrapped. Were you ever at a mine Where an explosion had occurred, and the government rescuers had arrived, and a rabbit had been lowered into the black pif mouth that men might know if the air was fit to breathe, and had been brought up again sick and feeble and. dying? ' . There was the same look in the girl's eyes as there is1 in the eyes of such a rabbit. She lifted her purse,-and emp tied its contents out on the bed. .One dollar and seventy-seven cents ! And she needed shoes so badly! ' N - Her feet had almost frozen on the way to the store 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. — 1 December 1911

I '&$ Ip tie 'things the . feathers - and laces, that are woman's God given right and the shoes that she needed And the white lights below Once the girl turned back into the room and knelt on the couch bed before the picture that sym bolized all her life and hopes. It was a cheap, tawdy thing, cut from an illustrated magazine. ' But it pictured a fair-faced girl in a white veil, dotted with orange blossoms, and a man bent over her, and was leading her to the altar. The girl had centered her life in that picture. She had thought about it in the hours when the darkness had clamped in upon her, when the hunger for the things a. woman loved had gripped her. She had dreamed about it, and awakened happy with the hope for the fairy prince who would take her away from the sordid evil of her life, to a new and boundlessly happy state. Now" she gazed at the picture long and hungrily. Until at last something rose in her throat, and she flung herself on the bed while sobs wracked her frail,...

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. — 1 December 1911

PJPPJPPPUP fR, ' ? o 0? &- , Ks shV tossed about' 'on tKe narrow bed, she mdaned helpless ly' to herselfK and doctors , and nurses would stop in their even tread of -the wards to see whence came the sound. Then, seeing, they would sneer openly and pass on. The woman was a pariah, one who had sinned the deadly sin, and was suffering her just de serts. What, had they to do with the-pain of such an one?- A black clothed minister of the gospel entered the ward. r The Woman, in a moment of consciousness, saw him, and beckoned. The. servant of God turned to an interne, and asked who she was. " - '-' "Oh, her!'" said the interne, shrugging his-- shoulders, "She's a woman of the streets paying the -penalty," - The man who wore the livery of Christ turned as if to go on, hesitated, Jhen'came -to the wo man's cot. -In his full, rich, pul-' pit voice.'he' began' to talk to her. And the text of his sermon was1: -"The Wages of Sin is -Death." The woman turnedher face to the wall and wept. It...

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. — 1 December 1911

Is? a private hospital for your benefit?" But he stopped by the woman's cot, and himself shuddered at her low, stricken moaning. In the evening, the woman sud denly came back to clear-consciousness, and the knowledge that her own end was near. Then the -ward interne, with theplain disgust showing in his face, wept to the waiting room and a ilttle girl who vhad been waiting long hours to see her mother "I'll just give her five minutes," said the interne to the matron in charge of the girl. Then he took the girl to the womans bedside, and left her there, The woman propped herself up in bed. ' "There are many things I should like to tell you, Baby," he said. "But there is no time. "Your mother is dyiig. She is going to join the angels." The little girl burst into sobs. .She did not know very much about her mother. She had been brought up in a home where she was not encouraged to think of her mother. But the woman who was dying had always brought her nice presents when she came to see h...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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