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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 1 December 1911

PipiPPPPP t7 "t -" ' ".T- "T- iff" i . , "When you read this, your mother will be scarcely more, than a memory. But I want you to try and think of her as if she were by your side, warm and close and loving, and trying to shield"ym from all evil.' "I am very weak, and so I must say what I have to say in the fewest words. It is simply this: "If ever the time comes when you, my daughter, feel that you must choose between the. horror of a lonely, loveless, hungry life, and sin struggle against the sin as .long as you may. "But if at last you feel you must give in as your -mother once felt go to the nearest drug store, and buv ooison. "Then lock yourself! m your' room, ana mase your peace wun God, and take the poison1. "And may God have mercy on you and look down upon you, is the last dying wish of your dying mother, who has been through all things, and who knows whereof she speaks. "Good-"bye, my daughter, ' -"Your most loving mother." The interne's wife gasped as she handed the letter ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 1 December 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm STOSBImB H"- mm --l :Iltoflaydttc6CQDj; 5 ' .i..' " . THE .NEAR-E-YED jD.OCT.QR The king .oi.MeSQppopotamus .topic off.'his' crojvncand-'Scratch.ed hishead. Thequ.enowjped"hei: 'eyes onhenermine.tippefcwhich is 'about as.comfortabletas-'uingitlie t cat, for a4 napkin? ...., .. ; I The trpuble;ol,'the::king arid 'queen was siiriplenough. .Tfteyj bills r f on his youngest ison's ex penses at'tfteuhiv,ersity.o Nearly Iverybodyxeenferitoijiave a boy pr.-twD.-or sixI'IEv.6nrthe king's .cousin tftel IDukeC'dfGeewhizz, 'had a'so'rt'bf'st? soh.antPthat made things worse '.thanpev.en.r, forbade. a,: woman to sit LXI lUSPir - fjPuF .1 i'Were afraid they-wjouldilosejtheir rjobs. .. o- - - , ,"' . The reason -;they ; might-. lbse rtheir job was also' simple.' rhey vhad nojlittle-boy. - . i : It seemed, almost.: ridiculous.' The royal plasterer who was: fixsing the; royal-rat-hole-in the royal i j&itchen-had severi.so'nsj the white.-, . washer, whp was : -decorating...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 1 December 1911

v Also, the Duke of Geewhizz was constantly reminding themthat1 he had a sort of a son "and was willing to reign, whenever the weather was cloudy. So the king went to the telephone and called up the royal family doctor, who was a little Dit aeat in nis eyes, as I joia you, and who had very poor ear-sight as well. He managed to "make out that the king and queen wanted him' at once, so lie hastily iaid aside his glasses and pution his wig? He never'let anyone see" him wear-glasses and Kis wig was black and5 shiny, for he wanted to appear, as' young as anybody, for fear he would lose his customers. "Ah-um-er," he said, as he entered, "anything I can do this morning, your majesties ? A few, little sugar pills, or an operation for appendicitis, or anything like that?" Wasn't that a funny thing to say? What the king answered you will hear tomorrow. LIMIT THAT WOULDN'T WORK A fellow with a real-novel scheme for ready relief of social questions ought to get some sojrt of a show, and so here...

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

wemmmmmm IWPPWPPPPPPPIPPPPPPP 'r , , . - ,. ., ' .THE.".MI GHT .OF LITTLE THINGS .. t , Ever:stDp-:to:think.aboutahow-the, little! things .count, in 'this world Ho w.ithey' sway, the balance in the issues jofJife? :-. H you. haven t, suppose you do now: " Maybe yoiir-,will be sursutprised." ","' ' Suchjs'theysteriousnature of Ihings-that evfery. life", if analyzed 0 tlje 'fundaentaLs seems to Hang on th'eturn of some smallest, mpst' msignificantappearihg thing or actj-rupon a bo6k'6r" a wordj a ribbon or a gtarice, a banana peeling or a'Jp'rningido.wn. a. street. -There's the rqan "who got a little. sltone'inTiis sfroe," apebble no bigger -than' a. number -six 'shot, nd 'wh'n -wasdelaved"' thereby -ten seco'ds::thewhilehY Hooked the pebbleout'wtih a fingers Then he wcrttron ana tujnea a-cornecana ran-piump'uij.u,.Luc-SiM i; an JQSti7rand-.they both 'laughed, and jn laughing forgot that they had parted) forever. -:,-. " , , - ' f :"" . .'.' . Apebtife-ten secqnds and destiny; whirls ...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 1 December 1911

W9!i&!" WOMANTORCH-CtmBERDOES"SLIDB'FORIFE,, ' .' . TO' AVdlD "CAPTURE; CLAIM vFRlSCO POLICE I, "SHde for Life" Harness. 4- The InrAIva. Case the 'San Francisco police'clalm to have captured one of the cleverest "porch-climbers" known. Tfley claim she masqueraded 'in men's clothing and operated from, the housetops with a male companion, making her escape when necessary by sliding down a wire-attached to a'leather apparatus around her Uody. The woman" and her companion, George Upton, a discharged soldier, -we're arrested after they had tried to steal an $8 opera cloak. Miss Caseis 27 years old and 'Alva .Case; Case of Denver. "Her parents live in southern Illinois, but she will., not give their name.' ' "If I were a porch-climber," she said, "do you think the detectives would have caught .me in my room? - If I am as clever as they say, don't you suppose I could have " jumped out of the window and'gone down 'the wire when they were in the-house.?" Around the "slide for lif...

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

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm If she wasidis'cdveredheJrSnito' a window past which the man hadf stfetdied a wire, attached"' the, hook to her jacket and'sHH to'the street . , y.'" -jOneof the'tmost Horrible moments in a man's life isjthat moment when he is in doubt as to whether the grass iswactually ;. waving or riot. s. - -i JUST A STATE OF MIND Whatsis public opinion? Whafare laws, customs, and the institutions ofsociety;and government? What, are the rights of' property; and thcrights of -man ? Just a state of nind ! - Sometimes the stafe ofcthe public mind is rigid, like the moun- ' tains; sometimes-it? is fluids like the sea. -.The. great eras,, of 'progress are those in which the state of mind rapidly changes, .wheri the flowing tide of public opinion' washes new continents of thought. - We are living in such a, time.' Men are forgetting that they -"belong"tto this partyand.that; they are beginning to feel that the parties they support should'belong" to them. ( r ' A new state of mind ...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 1 December 1911

TjiP-9nrtt. t THE WORLD'S NEW&BRIEEITtfTOMV r Thomas, at Yuan Shi Kai has. made. first move toward declaring .himself Emperorf China asjced foreign legations to pro'tect him from assassination. David Cunningham and Bertha Fowler, St. Jasper, Mo., were to have been married Thanksgiving day. But he higher with a chair, and shejknocked him unconscious with pitcher. So they spent day in jail. , " , , le took ton and a half of turkey and 5 barrels of cranberries to, feed 2,232 convicts at Jeffer son City, Mo. Relatives of Lonn S, Bern heimer, N". Y.r millionaire whole--fguardedjthe amous $ Bridge (rf- sale cotton'Voods dealer; "have had-Loirri committed , to insane asylum because he spent $100,000 in few weeks and wanteds marry a widow. . Italian warships 'are preparing to bombard Salonica. Turkish gunners.irt forts are getting ready JsTon-combatants arejleeing to interior. " Chinese agent for German firm that has been supplying Imperialists with arms and ammunition shot to d...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 1 December 1911

mmemm&mmommmiGiefwmmi ' -rf f r 4 i. cabiptej: nfeetlfigir,fdaaxr"to "fci-j son" with them. .- -,,. ' ' -4A-0 O-t-. r, . DARROWENIES CASr . CAMEROMiAF. qfX,. -Los. Angeles Cali, De'c.f 1. Because! qf an alle&atforiC'that mohey contributed to'thaMcNa1 mara defense fund'was beingudjv.erted.foribailfqr Bert H. franklin, accused ofitrying to bribf'a. prospective -McNamaTzTjuror, arjd for his deferise the;attdniey!rinterested are considering-issuing arformal statement expiairiingthe situation'. .". :z JL.i - Attorney Darrow , declares the're is absolutely no truthjinlhe report that the cash bail 'putrnp for "Franklin and the large fee paid-former Gov.Henry T. Cage came from money sent to him by the American' Federation of Labor. Defence Attorney, Davis who'actedias counsel for Frankr lin untiL-Cage accepted charge "of the defense, declared the reason, cash bailwas, furnished was that he did not desire 'to put any ofe franklin's friends- owning prop erty under the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 2 December 1911

f - - THE DAY BOOK "500 'SO. PEORIA ST. 398 ,N. ,:TJMONROE 353 t .ybl. 1, No. 57 ChicagoSaturday, Dec:;-t9M t' One jCent LOS ANGELES, 6N ELECTION EVE, INFERMENT ' OVERCONFESSION OF THEMcNAMRAS spate ofjMurderers Forgotten in BlqffiTfreyJEiave Struck 4" lat Cause of OrganhedLaborJfyfosetEnelmiesRe- ' , joice Brothers 'Alone Cool aridColtectedy Los 'Angeles, Dec- 2. Tames B. McNamara blewup'the -Lbs Angeles Times and destroyed 21 'trmocent. lives one year ago -last "October 1. - - . J, JohnJ." McNamara planned the j JJJiLUlUg Oi -LUC .UJ'IiafJllLC- Lllctt wicked the Llejwellyn Iron Works-last Christmas day., v' .Withouta. tremor of emotion, the brothers,conf essed-their crime in ope'n" court yesterday. - They,wilL be Sentenced- Tues'day. Jmes probably will be senefcefl;to San Quentin prispn'ipr the remainder of 'his life. John expects, to get off-with a 20-year 'sentence. ' , -The jrosecUtion says the.erid is not ye; that the sensations in thecase have only begun. It is declared that1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 2 December 1911

guilty punished for their crimes. - .The fatevo the .McNarnaras is not very important. They stand as self-confessed murderers of the Jbasest sort men who ' tried to institute a reign of tencor-by taking innocemrlives. The questions thatrare agitating Los Angeles oday are these: - -Why did the McNarnaras confess1 just -when they did on the r bHiS JHhv1 John J,' McNamara. eve of the Los -Angeles city election? ,- What has the recent arrest of -Bert Franklin, chief investigator for the defense, on the charge of the:bribery of prospective jurors, to do with the confession -of the .McNarnaras? . Is Franklin guilty of attempted bribery? $, If so,, who supplied the money, who authorized the bribery of jurors? , And di(Tthe attorneys for the defense agree to have the McNarnaras confess on condition that the men behind the attempted bribery should be allowed to escape the just vengeance of the law? - These thing are considered more important in Los Angeles than the fate of the McNarnaras. At...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 2 December 1911

mmmmmmmmmm rww'W,f --"V -a, V. "The" Harriman" forces gaining strength every were day. 1)ut that There was'no doubt "Harriman wbuld be swept winto the ' executive chair of Los,Angeles next Tuesday. - "So 'Big -Business' and the prosecution in the McNamara case got together. And the concession was planned and staged all for the effect it would have on 'the election." " "The plan was put into operation immediately after the arrest 3)f Franklin'for bribery. District Attorney Fredericks sent two rmen into the courtroom, who sat 'down where they could see yatnes B. McNamara4 as he loung3jd easily beside b,is counsel. s "These tw,o men were the missing links in the chain jwith which the prosecution was binding Mc-, '"Namara to the gallows they Avere the-missing witnesess 0 "McNamara, - the murderer, saw the men. " He knew that the absolute prodf df his guilt that he 4iad feared, was at'hand. ' And he "told'his counsel. "Then Fredericks, showed more of the strength of the stale's -case. .H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 2 December 1911

'facts," no' matter, wfiat effect such a. statement might have on the legal' proceedings growing out of the McNamara pfeas. There' is much mysterv about the Franklin bribery case. . District Attorney, Fredericks groVsartgry'when iHs.'eVen suggested that he made,. a bargain with, the clef ens e on condition the McNamaras pleaded guilty. Attorney Darrow absolutely mm ,Ortie McManigal.. denies any connection with a bribery plot. "He 'says if such a plot existed, it did not' originate in his office Deputy ; District f Attorney Ford,in. direct charge of the Franklin case," merely smiles when asked what is going1 to happen init, " Wait kndsee,''-he says. But Franklin stilt isunder, arrest, and there stijl isv $4,000 in District Attorney Frederick's safe which has not been Claimed, and which Deteqtive Browne says he. can trace fr6m the bank to a man 'prominent in the couri-" cils of the defense and from him to Franklin and then to Whit and Lockwood, the latter a pros-, pective! juror in th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 2 December 1911

"Ivm." " jp.v-,5S "' conversing1 in" law, Whispered tones. What' they said what personal; confessiQn's'they made to" each qthef-in those gloomy hours of tKe eanly evening, 'they alone knqwl, " . , '" Bit'when they' had done, they wintj to 'bed, 'and. slept soundly through the -night," jr-Ajid' a'U ' through the silent watches,- a . cordon of stalwart mehjQ.unged outside the. county jajL" -They .had. suspicious bulges fn their clothes, and they closely scrutinized every passer-by. When'theun rose today, other menilaok,their places. They were &woFn . deputies assigned by S;henff 'Billy Hammell to see that ndthing: untoward took'place. "Not thatthere is any great fear of j trouble." 'But Harhniell says beds going to take every precaution: . J J There is apparently little bitfer,ness here.- But there "are hundreJs.pf , men who openly decla're the brothers have betrayed the cause. of labor. -Who' say "the McNamaras. knowing themselves for murderersyihave played upon the credu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 2 December 1911

wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm could. ' I know ttiere are many Americans -who will not understand what I have done and will noVBe able to analyze the spirit in which r did it. "I know that I took the only .possible chance of saying McNamara's life today." - Ja'me's B. McNamara stated in Detective W. J. Burns, his confession yesterday that he did nbt intend to destro'y the Los Angeles Times building, nor the innocent lives therein, rie said: "I put dynamite under the Los Ange'les Times, arid it must have hit a gas main, because the terrible ' explosion which followed scared me more than it did anyone elset "I was the most .surprised man that ever lived, as" I had not expected any great damage wouldbe done." According to Darro'w. Tames B. McNamara is jroinajn tell all the factsto the press at a later time. What-is meant by 'all the facts" nobdy but . Darrow and James B. McNamara know. It may mean just how the dynamite was piacea., it may mcuu .tHat McNamara intends" to implicate others in his cr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 2 December 1911

t t :- WHAT?PEQpLe' FROW AiOVER-THINK-OFIT 5 i.,JDespatchesifroiri:ra,lK'QveIFhe J ti&n, .Bich ..employed -Bourns: country ,give:the -views'-of rpromv inent,nren-ronr:;the,. McNmara jcogJesswmT 'd6'w.fi;: ' '" .7,VT ., ,r "."'.,.' j-'lTfieodBrJs '-Rqoleyelt .-'l1? xroriffesstcm does .n&-cjn-the ;"fegljng,'I once'beforejexpTessed inTthe Out-Jookp-i iLuden.i .Murder." j . . - Eugene jjCjDeBs; hatetH.'Jinal v"qutcb!me'may. Ibe''Otis anti ,Merchants .ajid.MafuiaCturpre ocenrnfifinn'1 xiTin iro-rrVr? ' ca' fierce- -'a war - op '-extermination upbp "orgarjiied'Jab'or," cahat "escape "-tlielffull" share' olr fesb'on-sibility-:":- ' l''i- ": "r - Cal 'yattr,igeenValjorgaiuer df-'tHe American" Federation' of Labor": Judas 'IscanbCabdBenedic't Arnold: pale" into' iriaigriiffc canceoefden' tfte--McNamaras. They have' betrayea' their -best friends." rribelieved in -capital punishment; T myself .wpuld 'wiljlihgly'pull' tKetrin'g-'qh- anyman gtiutjr of the c'f ime td :;whi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 2 December 1911

mmsmsiimmmimmmmmMmmmmm Namaras must have acted of their individual volition. Charles H. Mover, president W. F. M.: The acknowledge ment of guilt by McNamaras will give cause of labor temporary setback, but only until rank and file can prove to people that individuals and not labor unions were on trial. f O. N. Hilton, chief counsel for defense in Moyer-Haywood trial: If the trial of the McNamaras had proceeded I believe there was a strong possibility of acquittal. There were .employes on the Times who would have testified gas leakage caused the explosion. John Kirby, jr., president National Association Manufacturers; The-confession of the McJNamara brothers should be a death How to organized labor. They confessed to protect officials of organized labor "higher up." Furtherrevelations will come as the federal investigation proceeds. Fred D. Warren, editor of the Appeal to Reason: The workers had a right to believe the McNamara brothers innocent, and now they have nothing to regret in...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 2 December 1911

t ', -w- - irn w;i t x "Si V" " DRESSES IN' HUSBAND'S-CLOTHES TO WORK 'AS FARM HAND FOR HER BABIES "Mrs.-Anna Godfrey,- 38 years old, wife of a bed-ridden husband, and mother of four children, Pressed in herjhusband?s clothes,. cut her hair, and'walkedten miles to get work as a farmhand. -- Eight hours after she left "?her alley-cottage home," she . was found moaning and exhausted on a bench in fashionable Oak'Patk Judge J. R. Caverly,.' before. Mrs. Anna Godfrey. -, - whom she.was' brought for masquerading in male attire, discharged iher. "You are a brave woman," he said, "and deserve praise rather than punishment for, your act." ' ' o o-- ' ' -If the famine in India becomes really severe, Mr. Carnegie will no- dtfubt' hustle-a' library -off to the-starViifg native's.' ' ' m - -- iAaMittttaftAMttMittiAftiliiiiliii

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 2 December 1911

v B HULITHOUSE DOING GOOD" WORKIN EDUCATION Do you feel downhearted? Ate the little blue devils pursuing; you? Do you feel that opportunity .has overlooked the. knocker on your door? l(No,thjs, isn't a patent medicine ad.) If you have any of those symptoms'take a trip' down to Hull House and Io'ok in on some ( of the classrooms. And you'll probably be ashamed of your, grouch. For each 'member of the classes is trying to do something to get ahead with" a spirit that comes from aroused ambition. The classes 'cover art, the languages", technical subjects, 'dancing ahd'athletics, but' tfie most interesting, from the standpoint of human nature study, is that in elementary Englisli". The majority of the members in this section are between the ages of 18 and 25, though there are a "few students who are verging on the two-score mark. And each one is learning to speak and write English. To some it is easy, but others keep af the strange characters in the "books with, a "sticktoittiveness" ne...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 2 December 1911

i " W "1 J v " rTt " -5-rww i rrTr f . ', " TWO MEN, A STENOGRAPHER! AND A-GUN . 4 ' r Jt' was all about the stenographer. ' Benjamin Mahan Irish as his name' suggests loved1 his stenographer. He was unmarried, so nobody has a right to complain. He meant to marry her. All the world," for Ben Mahan, revolved about her whose supple hands and alluring smiles had first made his pulses throb while she took his letters and transcribed her notes in his office. - " - But Ben Mahan could not always stay in .Roseburg the City ( of Roses where this twain live'd. 'He was calledaway 'for a- long time, and during his absence Roy McClellan sought the' lady's favor He paid he"r many and marked attentions. This would have been quite within. the rights of McClellan had t it not been for the fact that he was married and Mahan believed that she had been foully taken from him by one whose act at once robbed him and smirched his loved one's reputatiqn. . ' So one evening, when McClellan and the fair subj...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 2 December 1911

tried to get up arecaflpetitfon, and they couldn't .get half tfie number of signers required for a. recall election. The people said that Judge Coke hadn't been on the bench long, that while he was. wrong in this case, he really was a good man, that his;failureto let the opinion of the community influence him showed hinrto, have a wilKpf Ins ,own, andprobably if "allowed to stay on th&D'ench,he wtfuld'.bea really -fine judge! " -So the effort'-to recall- a 'judge collapsed on the tock of the -pub-licVconfidence in the man when he did what it thought was wrong. ' TJiis'ptoves that the ;people are able to make; 'distinctions, and that they will not recall judges, so long1 as judges are, competent and honest.;' It shows thatxmly the judge who is useless or corrupt has need to fear the. recall. At last accounts. Coke was 'still on the bench, . McClellan:still free and Maha'n stiff dead, . " WOMAN FLY SWATTER Miss Irene Beals. rMiss Irene Beals of Spokane, Wash.jis a real lif...

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