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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 5 December 1911

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Publication Title: Day Book, The
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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 5 December 1911

" jK j' i v2j "' CyNTmAGREESlDAIEY' v;.fcfq,w; y long.- jsftotfra'PQ?"moiifjjr .- demands! .XoWjwtjonscanijGt thejhreant .to vffrievA And the" weartner Tof.jnourtnn f? .isC( sotrte.- front tfrei qf imt y(2):jThtV5t ofvKan'dJjawill1; jjQlijitne cprainwnlteBrfehtEYesi 4 ' - t - r, I . ,ivApi unable tpwdpvinuehj WW, 'ajrirnliddle-agdfftan'dJnicejiQoking, &;only;icPinpnv j4ueajbiqh, tp a laay 'What-, sajafry; sfioiiTd'fet? Anxious Marie. 7Arr(i)Kprmtes apoljcatiQns of. perpidp. of -hydcogen andmmoniartda'iLv. "WilL- j'rfimovhsir tejpppfalfti Iji- r 11 1-.? .jv ii.r ' . yi ijecuieiujricmoyeperraanenv- embroidered tvetyet ad - bqa'ded materials t h'' 1 '. wV'"' X v ' . '-r-: i '. ' ( 1.) Willitan,shoesb!e worn fcer,? '(2) iWhat will renvoi ifroni' winter, dirt ?this fc hjjeteuederj (4)11 -4;Lela.; 'I ' ,''i T r :? V ' i' -A.(l) iYes.:(2) IShoc stores sell a -preparation -'fori that tpiir,ppse. -(3) jYes: M ' - -I -. i ' -'"-1 Jhavejfpne with a lyoungijnan f ona "couple' of Jye...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 5 December 1911

MiA'J'W"-1 ! J""'" &-"' I ATfnm" ? THOU SHALT NQTjCOVBT . The war program, of .Europe in Africa is for each' nation,to ferab whatever it can get its hands on at the mouth of the "cannon. Now, hereis-the peace program for which 'a vigorous propaganda is being waged: - , . - 1. That Italy retire from Tripoli and Cyreriaica on condition that slavery and, the. slave trade be abolished there. 2. That England hand over to their rightful owners Egypt and the Soudan. - 3. That France .withdraw from -Tunis,a1iH Morocco. 4. That Cyprus be yacated by the English and given a statute like that of Samos. . 'J'l 5. That Austria-Hungary "restore 3osniaand',Herzegovina td Turkey, " - , 6. That in all of these, countries the open door policy "be rigorously and absolutely proclaimed. -,. . Pj 7. That the entire orient be proclaimed neutral territory and that all the fortifications on the coast and in thev interior be destroyed. ( In other words, the peace advocates are trying to teach gree...

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

m av m omt qmmqpSfli QUTSIDE;NEWS'FROMWiRE AND .CALfc Captain Henrich Grosse,-'Ger-man army officer on leave. of absence, arrested as spy at Portsmouth, England. Geo. Davis Sogolo.witz, N. Y., .had name changed to plain Geo. Davis, because his fiance declined to assume name of.Sogolowitz. Johnny McGraw, manager of N. -Y. Giants, arrested -and' fined $20 in Havana,. Cuba, for saying that all Cubans were -niggers. Umpire Rigler was with Johnny, backing him up. Rudolph Stonzel carried suitcase" full ToP sausages from New Jersey to New York. - Arrested and fined 25 cents for violating interstate" commerce law. ' JawhD. Rockefeller has resigned as president of Standard Oil. Which is the first publicspiritedthing Jawn ever did. 'But 'maybe, Jawii feared government might do, some real pros-1 ecuting df.'StandaTd Oil and the Steel Trust after the Stanley committee is through. Anyway, Jawn's got enough to keep, his "in" his old age. Goodbye.-.-Preferential vote taken in Ohio by -twot newspap...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 5 December 1911

npppiM packers case within one week."' Possible, but highly improbable. . Lorimcr case was re-evened in Washington today. Mrs. Sarah Adler, Chester, Pa., isdead Jrom blood poisoning, caused by "rat" she wore, Senator Burton, of Ohio, put crimp in'AJdrich Help-the-Pdor-Money - Trust Central "Bank scheme. Told Aldrich he'd need to get up something better if he wanted monetary commission to recommend it to congress. Pavid Jayne Hill, former ambassador to Germany, wrote menioirs dealing with inside htstoiy of state affairs in a peeved moment David put the memoirs in his trunk', and now he's wondering who stole the trunk. If the earth, wereflattened out, the waters of the oceans two miles, high, would cover every inch of it.-Item of scientific news. . If you catcti any fresh:, guy flattening the earth, shoot him. There's some people in Chicago can't Swim,, Houghton. County, Mich., has started "jag'! gallery. Appointed overseer of drunkards, who is, to photograph the habitqals, and put th...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 5 December 1911

m m 9 m,m jwmrtM m mm ! m-m mmfim WCvMENiHELD" POWER "IN LOS ANGELES ELECTION5 - i , ' ' i :'''" , Los Angeles, Cal.,:Dec.,,5.-7-j Los- Apgeles is a volcano' :.r5fJ citeiqent rtoday over ihe -mayoralty election, Vith-the aherentsj .ofAexandergo'oi&government; candfdateand Harrjniarf, Social-' ist nominee, nnea . in? jin intense pVrtsansJiip.,'';, " t 1 ' ;, r XVeather; cqnditipns.wereJdeal, .an'd 75parrne .specials deputies-.guardedTtfiejrolling-booths'. JBoth sides'niade extravagant claims of, victory.., - "i. ; f--t j At ipolcIocleitlwasf estimated that 'two-thirds;othej total' Socialist vote hajd been cast. -Vot-' ing( among the ZwomeV was ex- . tremelyhe'ivy."- ,,p -i ;t The McNamaij eonfessionsappear'not 'to have discouraged, the ' Socialists.- iThey.,decla're,tnat the compromise in the dynamite' case Vas a political play on' the part of the good government - faction, coming, as it it, but four days before the election. ( It is admitted on all sides, that . the wome...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 6 December 1911

THE DAY BOOK 500 SO. PEORIA ST. 398 . TEL.' MONROE 353 .Vol. l', No. 60 Chicago, Wednesday, Dec. 6,-1911 - One .Cent ! BRIBERY CHARGES ASSUMING IMPORTANCE .' ' - IN McNAMARA CASE. . Dynamite Plot Investigation to Federal. Government day in Franklin Trial. "The bribery revelations were responsiblefor the pleas cf guilty in the McNamara case' Judge Walter Bordwell. ' "If people misjudge my motive, I can say for myself only that I have acted unselfishly and from ' devotion alone. I always have been fairly able to take upon myself all responsibility for my action and I shall continue to do so. If anything more is asked of by either side, they will find me ready when- the time comes." Clarence S. Darrow. , "As to anything back of the ."motives actuating this sudden climax j, in the case, I personally sh'oujd welcome a most rigid in- , vestigation. JbsepluScott, counsel for defense, former president ' city-chamber ofcommerce. . , "The result of yesterday's election proves-the McNamafa'cas...

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

-f. . u j filed in the county courtsr-unless f against Schmidt and Kaplan should they ever -turn up. Fredricks says he. withdrew -? frotri the case after the McNa--Hmaras pleaded guilty because he a believed the government could do the work better than the county or state. j ' Followers of Job Harriman, defeated Socialist candidate for mayor, say Fredricks was called .off as part of the. "dicker" by -o- WHEN THE McNAMARA -which Big Business ihferestsretained control of the city. It is asserted in some quarters that when immunity was granted certain men from San Francisco, whose names have been bandied about in the grand jury investigation into the Times explosion, by an agreement between Big Business, Darrow and Fredricks, it 'was arranged that -these men wouldfbe involved 'in a federal investigation. ' -o BROTHERS CONFESSED View of Court Room-at Los Angeles When McNamara Brothers Astonished-the Country. Left to right J. J. McNamara-a-moment before he rose to plead guiliy-to dynamit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 6 December 1911

fmT jwrjk T,-ewv$F?r'nt' -v "tp 1 Oscar Lawler already has assumed full charge of the federal - investigation here. The story goes that Lawler has the direct backing of President Taft in pushing the investigation to the limit. It is said that when Taft visit- , ed Los Angeles on his last fswing around the circle' Lawler called on him, and told him the full details of the evidence against the McNamaras and the "higherups." And officials of the prosecution assert that when Taft grasped the magnitude of the alleged dyn- ? amite conspiracy, he promised g the most thorough investigation. jj Both the McNamaras and McManigal will appear before the H. federal grand jury here. .Ijt is said the McNamaras will refuse to tell anything except against themselves. But McManttigal will have a new story to tell. In effect, that story will be: jfc That the reason Joha MsNaf mara believed in him, and em- ' plbyed him, was that he was a jgood "gun man," and could "make good and get -away," if V necessa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 6 December 1911

.. rr S--i"?- ", ' A I- jplice who was .with him went J Detective Burns says' T. B. hira1 back and broke the gas cocks. self knocked off the gas cocks. o o McNAMARA BROTHERS LEAVING COURT AFTER THEIR 1 ' SENSATIONAL CONFESSION Lef tJto right Sheriff W. A. Hamrnell ; J. J. McNamara and J. B- McNamara. Ten minutes before '.this photograph was taken by tStaff Photographer Larkin, the two brothers had stood in Judge -jBordwell's court room arid pleaded guilty, J. B. 'to murder and his brother to complicity in -the Llewellyn steel plant explosion. - 0 o ' ' ' rFIND NEW CLUES IN THEM nent lahoV leaders. s: BLAST CONSPIRACY " Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. 6. "New clues in the dynamiting conspiracy, for their part in which John J. and J. B. 'McNamara will "go to San Quentin prison, have fbeen uncovered here: It is said they may result in the -indictment of a score of promi- Government accountants have been investigating the records of the Indianapolis postoffice. They have found records of many ...

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

and numerous other persons throughout the nation. It -is said that McNamara used an alias that of C. J. Sandusky in many of his postoffice transactions; and that much of the mail received by him was delivered to him through a postoffice box 'rented under that name. It is intimated that the postoffice transactions taken with the cancelled" checks and stubs of checkbooks seized at the time McNamara was arrested form a chain of circumstantial evidence against the persons with whom he was m communication. XT. S. District Attorney Miller, in charge of the investigation here, would not make any stateorient today in regard to the new n evidence which has been un- ' earthed. LAW IS FUNNY, ISN'T IT? ' The law surely does work in a marvelous way its wonders to " perform. Seventeen years ago, Bernard Etgen killed his wife and her affinity, whom he found together in his home. . He was tried for murder; found guilty, and sentenced to imprisonment for life in Joliet penitentiary by Judge Abndr Sm...

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

FORTUNE FOR BABY DEPENDS ON -DIVORCE SUIT ' :r HKxw JrflBH. sm"jyv-tK Mr. and Mrs. John Bancroft II and'Baby He Calls "Max - Keibler, Jr." ,t Wilmington,. Del., Dec 5..Another multi-millionaire martriage has resulted in a double divorce suit. The two "cases will go s6n trial here Jan.2. John Bancroft II; only son of a millionaire textile manufacturer ".of Wilmington, eloped with Madeline Du Pont, daughter of the millionaire vice president of ;tiie JJu Font Powder Co., in 1907, After the birth of the second-J Bazar; 'baby, Bancroft sued for divorce charging that Max Reibler of "Munich'was the father of the child. Mrs. Bancroft responded with,a counter suit, also charging infidelity. , 'Balk What is silence? Ball": The college yell of the school of experience Haroer's

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 6 December 1911

, THE-WORLD'S NEWS IN BRIEF .. Prince Chun, regent of China, was deposed by order ofPremier Yuan Shi Kai today. , , General Bernardo Reyes, offi7 cial bugaboo of the Madero administration, reported to'be loose in northern Mexico. r I Clifton, Tenn., mobtied two negro men. and negress to load of cotton and "burned them to death. Mrs. Wm. Ellis Corey, formerly Mabelle Gil'man, is writing volume of advice to stage-struck girls. Jack Johnson hasretired again. Stay put,-Jack; stay put. Aviator Hubert Oxley-and'pas-senger, Robert Weiss, killed near Filey, England, today "when monoplane turned turtle' and fell 300 feet, i i " . '' Uncle Sam opens his usual dead letter sale .at- Washington Monday with bargains ranging from lingerie to automobile supplies. " ' . John Johnson, farmer near Columbus, O., is feeding his pet cow with spon today. Cow had an argument with a horse, which arii-r mal bit off the end of Bossie's tongue. i "How much in spot cash will tyou take to get out of town and 'st...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 6 December 1911

safety through smok'e ari"d flame. Mrs.N. B. Moore, widow of ' Indian and farm hand near Mus- ' kogee, Okla., turned up $19,000 worth of negotiable securities while ploughing. Were lot of ' robbers who cracked safe at Taf t Okla., last summer. By -the way, since when have J - American women even the widowsof Indians been forced to work in the fields? Mrs. Joseph Leiter's latest extravagance is automobiles to 'match her gowns and she has a good many gowns. , Pennsylvania railroad going to try dispatching trains by wifeless. Aren't there- enough wrecks already? . t John Driscill, wealthy farmer, Ottawa, 111., deeded all his property to his wife whenshe institu- - ted suit for separate' raaintainence. Then went to county poor- - house. Said it would be better there, than with her nagging him, anyhow.' Body of Isador S. Vogel, 50, wealthy New York jeweler, found in ash pan under furnace in business building. Had been murdered and robbed. Two arrests . made. j o o-r ' WEATHER PROSPECTS L...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 6 December 1911

-T "V -fl rv -Cif "I- v " """j w Ml NEWS ABOUT CHICAGO NEWSPAPERS The ' studied purpose pf the daily newspapers to stir up preju-, 2'dice against trades unionism'may " be seen in-almost-every issue. ?ri It, is cunningly .done by men .i who know how, to make headlines '"say more than the riews stories themselves say. , This morning's Tribune, for s example, has as its most con'spicuSous" news head on the first page, the following: ,j '"High Labor Chief s , Involved , jh Plo"t;wij:h McNamaras?" There is the1 interrogation ''point after the statement, which, wif noticed at all, makes it a question instead of a statement. It is equivalent to saying: "Are High g"Labor Chiefs Involved in Plot iWith McNamaras?-' ' k But the' average reader will not "'notice the interrogation "point. The impression created in the "reader's mirid is that The Tribune says high labor chiefs are inVolved in the plotjvvith the McSamaras. l-t 5" It's one of the tricks' of the 8 trade. f Beneath this head, ' in mu...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 6 December 1911

gpy'"Tg"' t.'g' ,,'i I I' .The Tribune prosecuted'hlm, and uie omy aauy inai pnnieu inc( news of the slugging, or of the slugger's arrest, was the Tribune. J And the very next week the coma "Porif r1T-TjMMe1fHTGroi' wnc arrested for slugging "another; Tribune newsboy. Since that time a Journal slug ger was arrested for beating.up,a" man who ran., a news standv But' the dailies 'who ares members of the publishefs'trust fofgo't,to say anything about it in their papers. 5 Recently in a Jecturcto a law; class, at the Kent college pf law, juage retut,maae me statement that 100 people wefe killed' in Chicago by newspaper "deliveryvehicles, andthat the newspapers suppressed' thenews. In the light ofall this, it is in,- interesting tp state that the lead-' mg headline, onanother page of' Liub iuuiumg a J.UUUUC, icctua as follows: , - "Organize to Stop Labor Sluggers." " You might get the impression from jthe headline that , some frightened employers were or ganizing a vigilance committee to...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 6 December 1911

THEYrSTAEDvASrDELiyERY: BQYS, BUT MAN;,WHO's ..'-"-" PL'AYED-P,ODITICS LOST-OUT '. . ? ' r .--I. -r ' I j ' P.'cfe WfeffS ofer.in saloon i-o W. 3&r Awner- ;& " house's j;L ,r' f : :" ' . . Cincinnati,-.- Dec' "5. Business" and politics'waJkedhandJin'hand in the days; of 'Boss '('George ''Br) Gox. Cox 'controlled Hamilton county politics.- Hdbecamcpresident of a bank'that-grew?tobe'a big- financiaWactor.; Itr,vasithe Lartn o:rof 'n t'1 C;. &&$&& favorite depository for city, coun. rty and state-funds.!,,.. . rsut.now: o?c nasoeen swept: out-of political:power,and fye has! had to resign as president of the,, barik". fc - . ' ' sCox'Swibank thas become ,a branch "of .the 'Provident Bank 8? c . .".. -tLX2AZi& ..rWEjSrfj, r a. . uanirii' Z& r- .SS.Ji. ,i ..v...tf c

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 6 December 1911

'w 1 Trust Co. 13., H. Kroger is now president of the combined institu tion.' Like Cox, Kroger is in Kis' fifties. Dike Cox", he started his career as" delivery boy for a grocery but his-fise- has been far different. ' "' - aCox, at 58, despite his wealth, is 'repudiated -and discredited. B.'H. Kroger, at 51, is an honored, public-spirited citizen, and one" who has' aided in the revolution v that finally resulted in the overthrow of the-boss. The beginning' of 1911 saw no sfiadow of events to come. Every n- indication was that, Cox .would prosper in his way for many years to come. , The$ on February 21, a grand,. jury returned against nun an indictment for. perjury in" connec. tion with large gifts of publid interes't money which county treas-, urers had given the boss. He was repudiated definitely ,. on election day, November 7; the entire anti-gang ticket was elect-.. ed. - .: :; And two weeks later Cox made a graceful retirement from -theA stage of financial affairs by merg ing h...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 6 December 1911

tZf5rx-yZ&WVlVy Y P .'JSPS'j w-jf-1. . -i' .v - 'otv. .ci-i.'. r. . .. 'i : j;XEvery bbdyjfeeJs-fittefcHoTncfulgejin exterided adviceWwornen ori('-howtokeep house", wash" babfes anfr'rriake scraps into s&- 3 - " course dinners.' But'did-anyhody evenfsjee'any information tell- 'ingthe-nian of the "house how to 'do, a few simple things that e'yery woman knows? ' 'V -"' J'1!""'1 ' " ' '. -v -I'm a married "maji'and'Fve'jsplveU" some few' home problems .by'turriingrniyself into a' housekeeper nurse," maid) cook and charwoman -wfie'n '-occasion demands. " I am not fielplessMi-left with the baby, or the 'wife5 is "sick, (or a dayor, thftime comes arqund forthescrub wvbmah''and she doesn't. ' ' "'-.. ;iI'ver acquired a lot of ", valuable""inf ormaf iohsome of which p I'm going .to pass 'on for the -benefit of helpless husbands who are really lost in th!ejrown hoipesC .,.' . ;I'm not wild abqut housework. -rlddntthjnk. it is primarily the' man's work. I'm not 'henpec...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 6 December 1911

vw j5 Tffe-V ASPIRING LIGHTWEIGHTS WILL HAVE TO WAIT TILL WOLGAST GETS WELL " ( By Tom Andrews. This talk about Wolgast laying back for a year and letting someone else'defend his title is bunk. Wolgast has no idea of such a thing. The Michigan wildcat wijLbe.bpxing again rbefore the fans, realize it. He .has everything'in favor of a speedy recovery Fred Welsh,1 who was to have fight ion one day's notice, and not forget Joe Mandot, the southern champion. -j Sam Langford - is to star in Australia in place of Jack-John-spnj who failed "to keep his enj gagement with Hugh Mcintosh: Tham wanta to "become a thea trical tar. His value as an atj traction. will depend on his show- rev ,, ' sipvttwn-z w . WAITING 3&X THE DOOR fought Wolgast, volunteered to defend the title until Ad is back in the ring, but this is unnecessary, as, a champion has at least six months' grace the world over in which to defend his title. It might be well for McFar--land, Welsh and Mat Wells to .get tQge...

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