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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 2 December 1911

WnwAjf imu&F w ,JI ' '-'' ' ' - ' '' " . ' '-LITTLE IRRITATIONS OF LIFE "" 1. America is-" "responsible for England's decadance." And how do yoa-think? Those. "rich girls we have given to English noblemen have brought the fine old English spirit "dbwTto the mire of dollars.- .We'cah't' help it, Taint our" money I' .Y Another 'literary- detective on the traiPdf-Hamlet," tbeyj. say. That's right ! Give him the third degree. It's time he furnished a livid account of himself. Even Servia is going to regulate things. If the German Sugar factory doesn't reduce prices, King Peter will shut it up. The .. people are sitting up and taking notice 'of High' prices the world around. v - i ' j

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 2 December 1911

X.XVpPPPOV?sK - F.OR HIS SAKE Bjr Sue McNamara. People in Edhamvllle were rather curious about Mrs. Courtney. Why such a pale, sad-eyed little woman should spend so much time earning and making gorgeous clothes which she never wore in the village was a littlelieyond them. All the year round Mrs. Courtney worked in the dry goods store as one of- the salesladies. Al though stye was very gentle and very gracious, there was always a faint reserve and dignity about her through which no onecould penetrate. And always there was the faraway shadow of sadness in her eyes. " . "And what beats rne," said pld Mrs. Boplam, the village gossip, "didn-'t I drop in there Wednesday night after prayer meeting, and wasn't she sewing away on the swellest silk dress I ever-laid eyes on. It looks mighty queen. Has anyone aro'und Here ever seen her wear them?" There was a hint of frost in the air and the sun was dying in the west 'one night ;late m October, when Mrs. "Courtney hur-rie'in-atJier gate." It h...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 2 December 1911

Hfr ?rf the cof rfdor. There was a low cry: r"Maida!" .. - It was his voice, the voice she 'Had hungered' for through the barren, pitiless year. It yras all gone, the heartache arid the torture. -And shewas here, t safe once more in the encircling- shelter of , his dear arms. Through the dazed blur of tumult in her brain her hands stole to his face, tenderly carressing each sunken feature. 1 What? Bring tears and sighs ft this one hour- of the' year? L'eave only an added memory of Sorrow and pain to this man whose whole existence was -now but a gray shadow? j So she laughed" and-was. gay though her heart was "breaking. It" was al a part with the lovely, extravagant clothes, the clothes He would remember with "happiness when she was gone. 2fc"And Jim, dear' she was saying, "I have such a fine paying position. Just enough light work to keep me from being idle and getting lonely without you." " The brave voice broke for" a moment, Tmt when she raised her face from his shoulder she was ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 2 December 1911

iAAAvmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm !., . .. !- ., A NUMBER OF SUGGESTIONS FOR GIRLISH GIFTS FQR SISf makes a charming shirt-waist set The buckle is 4 inches long and 3 wide, being cut from cardboard, the ceriteiscut away of an inch from the edge. "Cover with the kid and stamp the design I j ' Every girl loves pretty girlish things. Here are a number of suggestions which' girls and women with clever fingers can make for their frjen'ds at home or abrpad. The fan-bag, made from the wristlet of a discarded long glove, is 14 inches long and can be lined oj not. Glut wrjstlet below the buttons. Mark out te "design and work the; embrdidery, a design of tiny roses and leaves, which can be done wifcH the ribbon which comes especially for thjs purpose, or soft baby ribbon. The stitches ate lodps of the ribbon, taking the needle in and out, from one side to the other. The stems are outlining stitch and Frerijch knots in the centers of Ihe flowers. Cut out two pieces of cardboard 2 inches in diameter: Co...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 2 December 1911

pppppppppifppjwppwjwww '?. i . . .-, (ters, girl cousins and- friers all easy to-make k , Line the buckle, with silk. The Buttons have the embroidery done before covering. When the size has been decided-upon, mark the design and 'dec- ate. ixu Then cut out of an inch larger than the woden button-mould to be covered. Draw the kid over it smothly and fmish wrong side with silk. JJThe vanity bag may be .used for. a work . bag, making places 'for needle book and pin cushion, instead of the purse and looking glass. Another attractive idea is to line the bag with white rubber to use for a traveler's needfuls. Make pockets inside to hold hairpins, soap and tooth paste. , ' Four pieces of 3-inch ribbon 9 inches long make the bag, Cut one end of each piece, pointed, two inches deep. Sew up thefour pieces, points in the center. This makes thebottom of bag. Sew up' the four sides for Ayi inches and line the bag, leaving ends above, drawing strings 2 inches deep. A. halfinch casing is made fqr ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 2 December 1911

KZTTFmrmmnvmmmmmmmmmmim paste on theend-of each before putting in.- ' ' - Draw a hat box as Mrge as the extreme ends of the hat1 and cut qut. .Paratstripes of flowers on it. Baste the Head tojt, just below the shoulder s,, and" fasten a piece of the water color paper at the back of ;the box, to stand it up. Put a small calendar in the front. o- OUR-OFFICE BOY WRITES A PIECE FOR CYNTHIA GREY " this thing uv riten fur the wimmens paig aint eesy likewriten fur th sportin paig en a wooden Kev dun it only seingas MISS cinthia gray sez to me willie hears a lad wat lives .on a farm en, he wants to Hv in the city do yu think hcwud be enny better off if he wuz to move , j : and x sezJiope-insech'a hury that 1 gotjmy foot m-rt right offn n si' having a p'iefaced cop chaceing yu Out and i wud rather go buggy ridfng then git all skweezed up on the street cars us nites an mornins and a feller in the city kant go barefoot on the stones were its fine doins in the couritry an if a kid grabs an appu...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 2 December 1911

mmimmmmmmmmmrmmm I fyliGmti&t&a&CQg THE NEAR-EYED DOCTOR Part II. We want a why do you squint your eyes so? asked the king, irritably. "Ah-um-er, having just come from the sunlight, the comparative brilliancy of her majesty's beauty dazzles them." ''As the king was about to remark," observed the queen." we want, in fact we must have a and the air so dry have quite3 ruined the son-and-heir crop. P assure you I have already a dozen buds in .my entjre conservatory? Nope of them at all fit for your majesties" - -, ".We are worse 'ruined-than thej crop," said the king, "ifWou doj not deliver us-a boy, ana sp arej you. I shall, strip you of youg honors and your wig, place eye? glasses on your nose .and a near-j ii - . taHHBHMHMMHS2523B53Qi5SBSBnn2SMBinMaM3aHBMMBBCSflX9SSS9HHBBHnHnfl what are those marks on your nose?" The doctor. hastily 'covered- the marks of the eye-glasses and answered, "Ah-um-er, my latest cure for hay fever, ,your graciousness. We ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 2 December 1911

9WWfffifi!P9VVVfP9Pf99VPifil9PPPiPP999P rNi "w I mother of :the chauffeur's- wife, who told her husband, -who -carried it to 'the" white-washer, who shouted it to the. plasterer, and soon.jt'was heralded all oyer the kingdom And ,the ..people rejoiced and'tjie Duk'e of'Geewhizz said), "Oh, piffeand pan-cakesJ" and the baby cried and everybodysaid it'was the sweetest music ever heard. And so'uvvyas. Onlyunfortuneately, .the dear old dplt of ,a,neaf -sighted doctor ha'd brought a gir instead of 'a uvy. '"Let's have a real,-"old;fashiqn-pd stdry," said Angelimp. "Likeyour 'grandmother. ,used tosmake," suggestediBuddyboy. "Or like Grimm, and. tKe Rainbow Books' said,Weedepipes. "Oh, pshaw! -always a -wicked witch'to-get the poor Tgrl' into trouble'andthe good fairy to get her out. .ndthen the faithful cock-roach turns into a jrince with sissy hair and-theyre-mar-rfe.d and that's all., 'And .there's more meanness;and murder than you could find in ajdozen NickelLibraries." So spoke Willie...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 2 December 1911

fmmmmwmm WfWWWTOj s ''- '-' IFE'S LITTLE' MYSTERIES ' - .. m , It was a mystery 'to everybody iri Hogg Hollow why 'Jimniie was a shiftless boy. . , 2 . Jimmie.s - antecedents -w e r e good. His father , Yas ' a ..hard-. j wo'rking man, andjiis-grandfather-,; had been before hirh. His mother , was a good housekeeper. - - She would sooner, see her hus band and son sleeping in the hay- 3 mow than see them cross theQ kitchen floor with their over,s 6n.-0 There hadn't been' a shiftless orjj freakish person in the family forj generations. Certainly there had never before,, since -time put of memory, , anybody who would;3 rather draw pictures than do an honest day's work to turn an honest penny, ' . j At first folks said Jimmy would outgrow his queerness, that when he got5 older he would settle down and , take an interest" in,j normal things, like normal folks in balanced rations and crop rotations and shallow cultivation vs.s deep, and such things. But he didn't. As' he grew older he grew...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 2 December 1911

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 2 December 1911

9 mmmmmmmmmmm Look -osgak TOU-OlOMQ ME i JDC 3EY DINK I'M qjETR MrtMM & h ' i J", i?1" ''" i.'I v "T"' r"i ' " '.- .'A 41X. Nft' VTlEY V - lN(K YOO'ReA " Ml lf IV' c. v , ' . rO 0 . Ruben Squires 'Say, t there, young feller, do-yew want a job? ) Youny City 'Chap What are ye doin', kiddiame?. -What's the job?- 7..': - . 'Ruben Squires Down on my father's Ja'rm iiggin' pertaters. Young City Chap Look-a-tere, Rube, none e'- that pertater 1 business fer mine. Go git the ) guy that planted them, He knows' where they are. Browning "and 1 Lewis. THIS WEEK'S1 JOKES HOT FROM BROADWAY r 1 .. Fir.sJ: Tramp What kind of a cigar do you call that? v ; Second Tramp It's a shortstop. First Tramp A shortstop? " ,Why do you call it a shortstop ? Second Tramp (always in humor) Well, you see, it was a "grounder," and I picked it up. 'Mclntyre and Heath, Banks Why 1 are doctors like 5 roaches? - ' : Cranks You've got me this time, Banks. Banks' Because onee they gef into your house, it?s har...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 2 December 1911

r - . - . only hand: supposedtcPsh6w your 'VBarne)T&-yV'alford. ' Extravagant --Girl '(To her prospectiyehusban'd-)'"My hands are operfto receTve you," deaf." Cautious Young Man "Not just yet. i'mjiot. quite ready to go into the hands of a receiver." Barnes & Crawford. ifewr,X,orl'Dec.'2 -Once upon a time, w,h'pnvMaggife Teyte was a DID THE-' DAIRIES HELP THIS "LITTLEST SOPRANO?" - " 'MAGGIE TEYTE A GRAND OPERA STAR AT 20 ' land town .called Wolverhampton, in the midst of the region said to be inhabited by fairies (if fairies exist at all.). The town was not ,too large to prevent Maggie from wandering out into the country where she might very, well have, rescued a fairyv'queen from a wicked imp. And the queen might have granted her, three wishes in gratitude. Her grandpapa had been mayor of the town. Her papa "was rich. But there came a crash in stocks. Maggie was only 11 years old then but her voice ha'd attracted attention, and an agent of Ed- -wardes, the ...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 2 December 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm & nience of Her. elders. Finafcy the manager gave her notice of her ' discharge. The star of the. Opera Comique was Mary Garden, who had created the- sensational role of Melis-. ande m Debussy's Pelleas and Melisande, -from Maeterlinck's poem. , Did the fairies intervene then by planting a jealousy between Mary Garden and the wife of a man powerful in thfc Opera Comique?" Mary Garden left in high rage. I?oor little discouraged Maggie Teyte the fairies seemed to Have deserted fief. 'But ambition survived in her. She had memorized the role of Melisande. The management listened to her entreaties and allowed her to sing Melisande in one performance. What, f olio wed, is .history; 'She equalled the success of Garden, As one delighted' critic -said: "Mary Garden acted Melisande; Mile. Teyte IS Melisande'" " Then, of 'course, the Prince came. Maggie Teyte's'-Prinee was Eugene PInmon, a wealthy Parisian lawyer. Her husband has come with her to witness, the ...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 2 December 1911

"!PPPIP!11PIP ORGANIZED LABOR AND THE MdNAMARAS The -McNamara confession is being used by trade-union haters as a basis for a general denunciation of the entire organized labor movement. As usual, the I-told-you-so crowH grows with every hour, and former champions of the McNamaras, if not joinirig the general anvil chorus, remain dis1creetly silent. - Representatives of organized labor'are being interviewed as to their opinions of he case, audits probable effect on the tra'de. union causef Organized labor has done nothing in the McNamara "case for which either to blush or apologize. Organized labor, with its knowledge of the past to guide it, could not do otherwise than accept at its face value the apparT ently 'sincere McNamaras claim of not guilty. Organized labor, in its liberal response to the call for financial and moral assistance, delivered to the woild a sermon on unselfishness and devotion to principle that compelled the respect of keptics, even if it did not con'131 c them...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 2 December 1911

mmmmmmmimm minor part, the real issue at stake being the rights of the people, which -at all times are worth fighting for. Organized labor has never felt the necessity of offering a denial of its enemies' charges that it was dishonest in motive and (y composed of anarchists dead' to all respect for law1 and order. Its works speak for themselves, since v many of the blessings of modern civilization are directly due to the efforts of organized labor. Organized labor as a whole should not be condemned because " of the acts of any individual or group of individuals, any more than a lying minister, a thieving ' lawyer, a criminal doctor, a subsidized newspaper or a soulless employer' should bring condemnation on an entire profession or calling. Organized labor has sever "sought the pardon of an admitted or convicted criminal, though it has invariably been true vto the American principle of justice, that every man is presumed to beinnocent until pr6ven guilty; and - needs not blush for th...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 2 December 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm MRS. McMANIGAL DENIES NEWSPAPER REPORTS Mrs. Ortie E. McManigal denied this morning,, at her honie, 414 S. Sangamon street, the ma jority of the statements credited 1 to ner m. morning papery . "I am through .with the:wHble case' she said. '"I waiit tb' forget the whale, affair ;.ha've had enough trouble1 and worry 'about it. The "first r knew of the con-J fessions was wlien "I saw' the papers last nights I saicf nothing as to the -punishment th"at should be "meted 'out 'to 'the McNaniara -brothers,'. and"'never madestatements that they should "be piinisheU"t6jther limit" of the law "" . ' ' 'I "As far "as McManigal -is concerned, I am through .with him arid have" been 'for'sonie 'time. My suit for divotceis'fned,andI intend to push it to a 'conclusion. "I am happy 'now', 'and I want to forget all this and"bring my children up to be a good-man and .woman. You can see'what nice kiddies -they are," and she put her arms protectingly around the little boy and girl, a...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 2 December 1911

mmmmmmimmmmmm GATES, THE PREACHER" COME-ON, HAD TO JUMP TRAIN TO GET OUT OF DULUTH WITH" SKIN WHOLE By L. C. Hodgsen. Duluth, Minn., Dec. 2. The story of the rise of the Steel Trust is a story of broken hearts, of (A starved bodies, of the bitter tears of women. Yet none of the known stories, of the lust and greed of mpney e'qual the story of Rockefeller, Gates and ..the Merritts, as told by the people of Duluth. .Only the mind of, a Rockefeller the harbor,- the funnels of many steamers. - , All are the property of the Steel Trust, sold to it bv Rockefeller for $45,000,000. i And all once, were the property of the Merritt brothers. The Steel Trust interests in this country are valued' at $200,000,000 for assessment purposes. Their real value probably is over $1,000,000,000. From the hills of the Mesaba ft (X ' jctiiam T Map Showing Railroad Between' Mesaba Ore Fields and Duluth, Out of Which Rockefeller Cheated the Merritts. (A could haVe conceived this" supreme treachery, this usin...

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

riTTTTvr9wsvzTTvmwmmmmtmmvemmiim9mmmim civiKzatibh.v " ' " "And then they came back from the hills triumphant, telling of their discovery, and where they put their feet, cities sprang up, railroads came into being, the greatest -cbmmercial fleet in the world was born, , "How did they lose it? I'll tell you how hey lost it. They believed" in God, and in men who callecl themselves the" servants of God. "The Merritts were true Minnesotans. They wanted themselves .tp make Minnesota the greatest iron ore producer in the world. And they wanted to make Duluth; the city that had come out of the little fish-eating colony they help to create, the greatest metropolis of the northwest. "They were offered $7,000,000 cash for their holdings in the Mesaba hills. They refused. They wanted no gripping trust, with its inevitable debauchery of statesmen to enslaving of men, in control of their home.' "So they refused, and one day told the people of Duluth that they themselves would build a railroad fr...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 2 December 1911

mmmmmmmmmm "But hot until Gates, on the stand and under oath, had given the He to the Merritts. "It was funny how quickly Gates contrived to get out,of town after that. He did npt bother about buying-a'ticket. He jumped on the front" end of a smoker, and kept out of slghbon the train until the- city limits were passed. "Then 'Rockefeller appealed the case, and the Merritts, sick at heart, compromised' for $525,000. "That's all. "Except that "Rockefeller sold what lie had cheated the Merrits'out of to the Steel Trust for $45,000,000. v "And that Casshis C. Merritt died of a broken heart. "And. that Alfred and Lon Merritt, once owners of the richest; ore fields In the world, were left penniless' in their old age. "And that the very worst healthr resof t for Rockefeller or the Rev. Gates today' would be I DuJutH, Minnesota." - o t- NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO While at roll 'call detective iWarren'P. Eavih; left his new hat fn the adjoining room. . .Thieves took it. ,t ", Civil s...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 2 December 1911

WWM.jUii.,.!-'.!,!. ji W '-r7! r McWeeny today jtheyha4 .been suspended'fon30iays, and as the time had expired .they were ."automatically reinstated." McWeeny told them they were still tinder investigation, , and were "automatically resuspended." Wl H. Hebron, investigator of West Side vice conditions, presented affidavit in .-which he said ho had seen Inspector ; Jphn Wheeler "jilace bets as high as. $300, and never less, than $100, in Jphn Rogers' saloon, atMay and Madison stree'ts." . Affidavit held in abeyance, as far as it applied' to Wheeler, as "he'is'not oh .trial. t "apt. .Nelson St. ' Peter aru?! crew of fiye men.savecl by. life savers from wreck' of fishing boat Mattel T. Engine hadrbroken, and men vere nearly frozen when discovered. " ' Farron ' Cunnane,' motorman, 6504 Wentworth, severely injured, and threepersons cut 'and bruised in rear-end street car col lision! between two northbound Ha'lsted street cars at 49th street. ' Miss Virginia Brooks, West Hammond anti-vice...

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