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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 4 December 1911

, KtJV " ' MMOTPM 5-5??rr-!??5?rp breast of a turkey, a. yellow one shall be Us a leg of chicken, and a red one shall be as a rare, raw beaf-steak.' ".When she got home she didn't dare to make a light for fear someone would see her wicked work and, anyway, she could make image in the dark by this time, so she picked a candle out of the box and made an "image with her finger-nails, but she left the wick-end of the candle on, like a dunce-cap, 'cause she wanted to fetch this child a hurry-up way. Then she shut her eyes, as a witch must do when she prays to Old Nick and she said: 'Scratch, scratch This sulphur match. N Help, Old Nick. To light this wick;" As this candle melts tonight, Meat be cat-meat bite by bite.' "The old wtch' lighted the tip of the candle and, as" she did so, her own peaked, cap'burst unto flames; She screamed and opened her eyes just in time to see that she had picked out the-only black candle in the box and had made an image of herself. Then the fire, burnt into...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 4 December 1911

. !. a i t w'&r-r'?'-r--mivBwmmwm'mB'mt - r ' fr I ; NEWS ABOUT CHICAGO NEWSPAPERS M i One reason the people of Chicago are not free, is that there has been no such thing as a free press in Chicago. Sometimes the average man may think that the newspapers are about, the freest thing in town, but the fact is THEY ARE THE MOST ABJECT SLAVES. There isn't a daily paper in Chicago that isn't losing money on the white paper in every paper it sells for a cent. What it loses on white paper it has to make up in the profits of advertising. The frantic efforts to get more circulation are made in order, fo get higher rates for advertising. And every dollar of this comes out of the pockets of the people. The more dependent the newspapers are on advertisrs for their profit; the more they permit' themselyes to "be influenced by advrtisers. The "result is that advertisers enjoy special privileges that the average man can't get. Being dependent upon advertising for profit, the newspapers ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 4 December 1911

wmmmmmmmmmms iTribune, and the owners of The Tribune wouldn't sell. - ."""""- J Then "both dropped to one cent, and there has been a merry waf ever since. Now some of them are figuring a wayto cut the wages of their employes, so they can cut down expenses. If they can sedi their way clear, it wouldn't be surprising to see a general attack or the allied printing trades by the publishers trust. And there's one funny thing about it. While on the "surface they; seem to be fighting like cats and dogs, and calling one another circulation and advertising liars, THEY ARE BOUND TOGETHER IN A SECRET ORGANIZATION THROUGH WHICH- ALli OF THEM OPERATE WHEN IT COMES TO DEALING, WITH THE UNIONS. They have an association in which each newspaper member holds one share of stock. No new members can get in except byj. unanimous vote of all the members. When one member has any1 trouble with a union he can submit his case to the association. II he lets the association handle the fight with the union, ever...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 4 December 1911

iHJiU iJi!Miinppfripfipppppp9VPppWPpppppppp9 ELSE WILL PRINT ITl AND THERE IS A LOT MORE WHERE THIS CAME FROM. -o o- LET CHILDREN MAKE THEIR CHRISTMAS GIFTS It is not too soon for the children to begin planning their Christmas gifts. That is, assuming that you will encouiage your children to make their own gifts.' There is no one -who does not the better appreciate a gift because it is nude by one he lo-vctr. 'Even lit- tie children can make very pretty and 'useful gifts for their friends. The 5-3jear-olds can make such a calendar as is illustrated. This bears either the photograph of the giver or some pretty picture pasted carefully on an oblong of thin'ardb6tir8 3(EHn:w&urf&h 'i i n t) hMMM

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 4 December 1911

wmmum ;f "??" photograph'spaste only across the upper edge. Around the picture is a border of "baby ribbon sewed, in and out of laTge holes punched) in the cardboard mount. A small calendar is pasted below .The child can do the, pasting; and the sewing, but on older perr c "son must punch the holes. A small punch which cuts clean round holes may be bought at any hardware store for a small sum. o- WHAT HAPPENED OUTSIDE CHICAGO Congress opened today. Oh, well, we'vcstood it before. r Resides Taffr is limiting his message to 6,000 words. So we wont have to skip as much in fomorrdw's papers. By the way,Postmaster' General Hitchcock estimates f it will take $260,938,463 to" run-Uncle Sam's postal -service next year. That's only $2,500,000 more than Hitchcockjspent this year. Jaded New York' society the 400, don't you know has new sensation in Bogmena, a Filipino girl. She dances in private homes in native costume. Native costume consists of a few beads. , i Towboat Diamond blew up off Av...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 4 December 1911

f-5.y" Some 'day Chicago's going to have a police force that will put a stop to highway robbery and murder. No, we haven't the least idea when it will be. . Gov. Tasker L. Qddie, Nevada, looked at Niagara i Falls and sighed: "Justf think, I've got to pay 30 cents a galldn for that in Nevada."" ' But then, they don't drink much of it in Nevada, Task. $111,358,000 worth of soap used in U. S. last year Who'd have thought "it. Infanta Eulalia of Spain has written 'book on jnarriage. ' Her nephew, the kink, ordered her to suppress it. Eulalia told the kink to go to Halifax. f - Rear Admiral George Francis, Faxon Wilde, U. S. N., died yesterday. Chicago detectives say Hoopeston, 111., known as the "holy city," is gamblers paradise. Which is no reason these Chicago sleuths shouldn't dig out the skeleton in their cupboard. Beef Trust attorneys filed motion in supereme court today asking the 'highest court to review habeas corpus proceedings. Supreme court probably will do worse than review ...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 4 December 1911

VP0PPJPPPPPPVfJPPPPPPPP PROBLEMS OJE? A YOUNG- HOUSEWIFE THE GENERAL " COST OF LIVING The rent bill, the provision bills, the eleotric light or gas bill, all are elements that combine to make the first of the month a time of worry and possible unhappiness to young couples hon- the engagement a young woman should consider just exactly how she will be able to manage a housphold on the amojnnt of money her future husband can afford. Keeping Accounts Show the Leak. estly trying to live within thenincome So many domestic barks have gone to wreck on the rocks of the cost of living that the housewife's problem of making both ehds meet is one ofthe most vital that confronts lier. t ' '' ' "' i Even in the romatie'kiay OfJ In one of the most interesting1 books of years, "One Way Out," a writer describes how he and his? wife and son' moved from a suburban home to a city tenement after he had lost his position and faced absolute want. Finding work as a day laborer, he earned $9 a week. Theifre...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 4 December 1911

'''fH-f-s'ppfipppilppppppviPPPvppl was $3 for three rooms. His wife's buying list for one week totalled less than $5 and included enough for three excellent meals a day. She showed Ker special talent in her management. She eliminated luxuries and varieties and she did her buying wherever she found the' best at the cheapest rates. Besides this, she had a complete -system of bookkeeping. The accounting of all domestic expenses may seem an irksome task to the young housewife. She .knows that she has-to buy certain staples to keep the housfe going and 'she cannot see that setting down an account of her purchases will make any difference in the ultimate result. When she sees the accounting of her expenditures, she is often so appalled that she decides from sheer panic that she will no 'longer view them in black and white, since she cannot change her sysr tern of living by the bookkeeping. But it is the bookkeeping that would eventually aid her if -she but gave it a chance. The business h...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 4 December 1911

THEY WHO NEVER COME BACJL" By Arch McMakin. "Tired tired dead tired ! James, old chap, put me to bed." Maurice Smyth sank exhausted LA into the great arm chair and aiiiutu wcdi iij at uia vdiCL, sleepy-eyed, standing in the doorway. James crossed "the floor and bent at his master's feet. Deftly he unbuckled the dainty pumps and laid them aside. The man in the chair stared vacantly at the 'glowing coals in the grate and sighed. ' "My God!" he moaned "Ten years!" He scrutinized the marr . at his feet. x "James' . ., x "Yes, sir," the, valet answered. , "Have you ever been so unhappy that you could have killed yourself?" "Indeed I have, sir," his "hian answered. But he paused in his work and fumbled at the snap abovehis master's silken hose. "James," Smyth queried, "have "you ever been "in love?" "Yes, sir," James answered and he rose to his feet, a perfect sympathy .and understanding creeping over his face. "Sir,'r he said,""would it interpsf vnii tn lennw fhaf MJqc Mnr Y&...

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

wmmmmm99mBmBmmm in the chair with his- eyes clo.sed. "Her name was 'Bess', James," he sajd dreamily. "Her hair was fair and braided, her eyes were blue and her cheeks rosy and she loved me so she said. Oh, no, she's not waiting for me to come back that's just in -books. She married the leading dry goods merchant in that little ' town of ours: They have several children." The "two lapsed into solitude until the tick-tocking of the hall clock sounded like steel on an anvil. "Does one ever go back, James?" Smyth queried. - 'No sir," the valet answered. "No doubt you are right,"" the master said. He began beating a mad tarantatatum with his finger nails upon the chair arm. "Wte never go back we never goback. IJow ut-ter-ly damned are we. How utterly, utterly, utterlv- utterly, UTTERLY damned are we!" ' . He aroseand reeled dizzily to. his bed. "-By theway James," he said, "you say that Margaret -called this afternoon?" "Yes-, sir." T he valet sighed' in relief. Bless her heart !' And sh...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 4 December 1911

wmmmmmmmmmmm INTERESTING BITS OF LOCAL NEWS , -Charles DeForrest6504 State k, "street, killed in saloon scuffle with s ," vHarvey Swanson. Swanson push"t; . ed DeForrest to floor, latter's head struck foot rail, and he died frolh fractured skull. , Leon Rutacki, 318 Huron St., ,-came home drunk. Wife struck him with a glass, knocking him out. Rutacki will recover. John Sozinski 8248 Buffalo a,ve., found unconscious in Bessemer park from cold and exposure. Three women arrested in raid on a house at 943 W. Washington street. Cora Dwyer booked as keeper. Mrs. Flora Mader attempted suicide on Lake near tate, swallowing; -turpentine. Despondent. , Condition serious, s '. JBaul Franzei; 13, 1357 N. Irving, shotartd killed" at homet)f his cousin, Hyman. Rosenthal, 13, 1318 N. LeavittT "Rosenthal boy held. , He denies, knowledge of shooting, Only other person in -' house at tiine was Amos' Rokyoaz, 68,. whois deaf and said he j. I 3jd npl hear shot. 4t 'Vincent Nardi and Charles Chcistuni a...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 4 December 1911

-?'S - Vandergrift, Pa., went to sleep.on bench in Union depot yesterday. Woke up minus his suit case and $250 in currency. William Gerhard Guttenberger. chauffeur, 3647 Indiana ave., arrested, charged with murder of Mrs.Edmund Kaufman,'655 Roscoe boulevard, Saturday night. Guttenberger, identified by the woman's husband, claims an alibi. Inspector Dorman took the witness stand in the police investigation today, and denied all acT cusations made against him He will be followed by Lieuts. Ambrose and Howard, also charged with neglect of duty. May Ward, West Side resort keeper, testified she left town because her life was threatened when she declar ed she would tell of paying protection money. Rumored around city hallthat Inspector John Wheeler, Capt. P. Jt Harding, Lieuts. J. P. Enright, Daniel Kelleher and George T. Prim arc to be confronted with charges 6i neglect of duty similar , to those against Dolman, Ambrose and Howard. "Five men' arrested for playing poker in rear room of .s...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 4 December 1911

w 7 AFTER SUPPER TALKS WITH CYNTHIA GREY , Gerty. and Her "Get-There" Habit. There is" no doubt about: Gerty has the "get-there" habit. She claims it keeps her interested in life because she is never quite sure whether it will land her in the templeof fame or in a rest cure?l W9 get anywhere at all! The thing to do, Gerty says, is to know what you want Then make a bee-line for "it. If you find it is quite beyond your reach, take the next-best thing it's sure to "be somewhere near. But don't go away empty handed 1Kave something to show for your trouble even if you have to pull the sky down I" It is this get-there habit which enables Gerty to accomplish so much without being a "strenuous" person. She carries about with her a restful atmosphere something 'that people without the getthere habit never do. ' Gerty never "fritters." When she works she works and when she loafs she loafs. She is thoroughly serious if you want her attention, but when she is Jrivolous herringing laugh is good ...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 4 December 1911

Ffy;raw JUW4lp..Vl tJPJffqpnnpppnpMmvw 'm ?r jE, w "her reading really count. , And so, of all the .girls mgiif.you were on the other side, yet might you not love the great soul whence.it came? ' It takes all kinds of-mento make a successful "reform moyement, but nothing goesMeepeSr nor smells more fragrant Tn history than the eloquence born 'of love.' about, ancPothers-fread because I feel -belter for ilf' -That's the way. she puts it you ie'e it isall-patt of .her.get-there habit ! Newv ,papers for news,- books for business," js her opinion, and she makes, . i is I khowGertv seems to have the most" O ' w ' 1 - time 10 spare, ui an ine gins kuuwj vjeny uues uic iiiusiwoi iu- ' while .things." ,Of all the girls I know Gerty gets the most out of If you ask her; she will say it is: all due to her get-theie habit, l nnrl T fo1i ja-trrclir ic t-lorVlt ! & 1 oLOVING WORD OF REFORM Should a radical reformer use 'soft words or should he hit with a club? Should he go after wrong...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 5 December 1911

wmmmmmmmmmm Z: . a. .-.-. -.. uaku Vljlwi... lil li- ! !. - "' fc" . v- iv " r'J'-t- 'VJty t- - m THEDAVBOM 398 . $.00 SO. PEORIA ST.c " XEB. 'MONROE 3S? .Log Angels;-Dec. 5,TaraesrB-, HcNamar "today wa?VerttfenceidD to spendf the remainder of his life? m pap iyueminpnsgn iur uhtj blowing tip 'off the;tp's Angeles! Vp.V, Nos5g' 'Chicago, ,Tues4ay, Dec, 'S,A?Xl - LOne 'Cent . " SEARCHED FOR'CONCEALEDWEAP.ONS 1 .. . ' f . .V l.. -., - 1 f v ' ; J fc. ) . -n . ' Rumor ofiRhtta'ShoqtPTiJpriers'zfrCdurfRoo'm Causes Etraorelinary rkcautionst To :Be Tatteh by 'Judge - Bordwell J Wr - ,' f f- , -.; ' . . ' I make, this statement, and this "is ,; t"Oir"the night of. September 30 1?10; at 5 :45 p. nf, I placed m Ink Allay, apportion -of ? the .Times ,buiTdipg, asujcase containing io sncKS oeu per cent dynamite, set to,explodeat 1 o'clock 'in the nioYning. Tt was my intention to injure the building and scare the owners." I4 did not intend-to take the life of anyone."I sincerely regret that the...

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

Early in the morning, crowds "began to' gather around the Haty of Records, and fought to gam entrance to Bordwell's courtroom. ' At the entrance to the cdurtroom, stood Detectiye Bfpwne "and a picked force of deputies. , Every man who was permitted to enter the courtroom, whether -'he were' a mere spectator of an attorney, was first searched for "concealed weapons. s"1 "Browne declared that he had information that an attempt might be made to shoot down the .McNamaras as they stood before -the bar of Justice", awaiting sen- ' terfce. ; The plans for the sentencing of the prisoners were changed a dozen times. v Judge Bordwell was admittedly angry because the -''inside history" of the confessions had been made public. f Shortly before the time at Which the McNamaras were to leave the county jail for the Hall f Records, Judge Bordwell sent itf message saying he would sen -tenctfthem in Judge McCormick's instead of his own courtroom. This made it possible to take tthe prisoners across th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 5 December 1911

T-t' ,'fwnj ' Tf "- " ords cleared. . - - The crowd refused to move, "Polices-deputy" sheriffs arid detecf tiyescharged again and again before the people, were forced into the streets, and the doors of the 'building Jocked and bolted ' - Five minutes after "this was. . done, the McNamaras crossed the " Bridge pi-Sighs,. and entered the. Hall. They took seats" beside " their, counsel. ' ,': ' ,' - -Judge .Bqrdwell announced, ' that he would sentence James B. ' confessed dynamiter of the Times -o building, first. James was-order-ed to stand wp. He did so, apparently cool, but betrayed by the nervous twitching of his face muscles., Judge Bordwell thefKarraigned him bitterly, as a murderer at lieart, deserving of no sympathy; He sentenced him to life imprisonment in San Quentin. peni? tentiary. - ,".. Then John J.-McNamara, secretary of " the, J Iron Workers' Union, was called to, the 'bar: His" sentence was 15 years. o- DARROW TEI.LS POSITION OF SELF AND OF SAMUEE GOMPERS IN McNAMARAXA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 5 December 1911

enormous expense. "" "Do you know wjiether Nockels sent this information to gompers?" v' "I do not'." - ' - "There is indicated in many dispatches from Indianapolis especially in statements by Detective Burns that" there is a belief there that Gompers may be involved' ia the alleged dynamite conspiracy. Do you know what the facts are in the case?" "It is.hardto te.ll whafthe National Erectors," the National Association' of Manufacturers or Burns may'want to do, ButvI am certain that Gompers' knew nothing of the. inside facts. - "I do not believe that Samuel Gompers will be in -any way involved in any of the' .investigations,, no h-tatter" where they may .be held.' Of course? there are other men they would like to get, but I 'am not prepared to discuss, the cage farther.'" Darrow also 'made it 'plain by h.i" attitude that he expects there will be an organized attempt to connect Mm .with" the alleged bribe-giving here, and also to involye him in some way in the federal probe growing o...

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

' r " o TOQRRISOff CLEARS A. F. OF L.OF BRIBE CONNECTION !. ?CTewy: York, Dec. 5. "The ?Aoverican Federation of Labor cli&Jijgt- rais"e money to lribe ju9dxlsj;n5aid Frank Morrison, -eprstaiy of that organi7ation, 'custodian 'of' the ,McNamara de-'fen?e-fund, today. "Spmethirig.dver $200,000 was' raisecnd approximately all was, "turnejPover' tb attorneys at tnbnupouVand Los Angeles. ' J ' f "f'Slarence Darfow was to receive $50,000, and so much per day. Be willy of cotirse, make an nrrftrt-ftnnr 'FVi rnr -xxmrA T havve'hadTronr him about money "was that he wanted more. "'LJpless ,there are instructions "tfram the contributor to the con tfary any surplus will 'be'pro-' rated and returned to the con--trUju.tbrs." ; - Morrison asesrted thatDarrow never told him dr any A. F. of V. q'flJciaf that the McNamaras were. gunry. . irr,esiaent ijompers, altera -conference -with Morrison, refused tojjive extended interviews. CHICAGO, PRACTICALLY '.ASSURED 70 CENT GAS -Seventy .cent g...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 5 December 1911

LOCAL EVENTS IN TABLOIDiFOkM v Jacoh-B. Hobbs, 1011 LaSalle ave., last night presented his home to the trustees of Grace church as a refuge for girls. Coroner's jury declared death of Paul Franzel, 13, 1357 N. Irving Park ave., shot and killed Sunday in his cousin's home, an accident , Miss-Isabelle Turner, 5518 W. Adams, has sued, Dr. W. Augustus Pratt, beauty doctor, $or $25,OOO,1 alleging he destroyed' her Beauty. She says she was good lbokingonce. But now looks like) an English, bulldog. " John Stark held to grand jury. on cnajrgc oi jruuoing gucsta ui Chicago Beach hotel. - Miss Virginia Brooks, West' Hammond reformer, has declared herself as candidal for mayor of ttfat town. f David Mawbood, paroled convict;. Forrest Knapp, Battle Creek his brother-fri-Iaw, and' Edward AJlen, a cousin, arrested. Confessed niurder of Frederick' jWennersfronv chauffeur, thV xright'of August' 30, at Gary, 111. George' Birch, John Lynch and James Merizer implicated in. confession. Knapp says he fi...

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