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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 6 December 1911

- ijg !"-t -- wj -'3gijnj6q-w"sl -ifsnr-jPvifas' M New Year's day, with McEarland and Welsh as stars in a'20-round ibout. Welsh has'never appeared -iin San Prancisco and will be a card, as the winner will be-looked upon as the man to meet Wolgast. m . t -i Mike Gibbons', thelSO-pounder, and Ray Bronsoh" are' arguing over the welterweight championship. The weight is 142 at 3 o'clock and Gibbons can scarcely :make it, while Bronson is a real Aivelter and has claimed the title since Jinimy Clabby gave ft up - , 4. Joe Mandot advanced to J:he "top of the lightweight class when rhe won a close decision over. Gro over nayes oi coiumDus; w. xiayes .gave Mandot a severe .battle and 'proved he, too, hg.s advanced both tin nitting ana science, jvaanaoc 'may be taken seribhsly now." ALEXANDER RE-ELECTED MAYOR OF LOS ANGELES . Los Angeles, ,Cal., Dec. 6. Although .returns from yesterday's election are incomplete, it seems, certain that George Alexander, goad "government, candidate for mayor, ha...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 6 December 1911

m m i i i INSTRUCTIONS FOR PARENTS By Berton Braley Put old Mother Goose away, hide Hans Anderson from sight, lest they lead the boy astray from his studies erudite; "Alice'" in her Wonderland is too frivolous and vain, snatch her from his childish hand, banish he!" from out his brain. Let your talk before the child be of serious intent, never should his mind be wiled with mere silly merriment, talf of Ibsen, Shopenhauer; Evolution, Cosmic Slime, do not waste his childhood's hour with your "Once upon a time !" Give him Theorems to solve rather than his blocks and toys, thus in time you will evolve quite a prodigy of boys who will quickly take his place as a marvel, young and small, with no boyhood in his face and no kiddishness at all! Maybe that's" the recipe for the boy'we SHOULD HAVE yet somehow what appeals to me' is the kind of boy we GET; slightly short on learning, yes, but chock full of vim and joy, fun and frolic foolishness, not a scholar, but a BOY! VOT Do YOU CAU- T, ATX...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 6 December 1911

RykHE BEE-STINGREMEDY FOR RHEUMATISM . V STJN3! 7x ' y ' xtfoqLF, I JUST buy Bffr Bee mop J&U; I HALF IN XCR WRIST jfeuMATIStf, vnv r UKS to see Z.rtA. .OAO Ll t-.-T ' ' iyr i.uyrsoc nc i-ss t HOMEOFHTIC see. IV-BJI I IJlireAC. 1C? ICV di x f HOMEOFWTIC BEG ""' I. " ' "" ' L' r i v y)UCH!!f -a.nrr.11 ' JJ' " ' '' Ap6lf DOT 35S UA5S A A'uopati? eeej t ccsjt -us- stun- ns eireivrvjERe but IN DSR THEUMiTIM U Z BSR "RHeUWiTlvf u 3 tt tf 1 h -oueviVxw?

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 6 December 1911

VT npngi mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm EVENING WRAP OF GRAY CHIFFON, WITH; RICHLY i)lJ EMBROIDERED1CAEE . -. r --; r v A deep flowing cape richly embroidered in colors gives character to an evening wrao of chiffon. "r The color of this "garment is delicate'silvery gray and-the flor3ial hand work is in natural tones. Oc r - - ( Weight is given the chiffon cloth by reason of the"elaborate soutache braiding and applique "trimmings. This is introduced 3-into the skirt of the garment and 3ialso 'appears on the. sleeves. -3 i The qhiffon.cape jscempletely covered with the soutache of gray oand the. dainty, many Tiuedflow--ters' are of velvet. y. o o : a SOME THINGS THAT-BRING 3 - A MAN FAME $1 " His boy's on the football team. 3 His wife's a gr'e'at- looker in surple. ' bi- His dog loves everybody's' cliildren. ' . J' His pumpkins won a prize at 8 the fair. --' He keeps no cork in his flask. He laughs at every man's joke. .a He pays cash for what he gets. JO 3 t et -v - -I MiiAMiAMAIAl .BN3iisra teJItl...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 6 December 1911

i Z.-1?1, y f "? t IT'S UP TO BORDWELL TO EXPLAIN HOW HE KNOWS Having sentenced thev. McNamaras, Judge'Walter JBordwell, of Los Angeles, has. gone out of his way to join the ranks of the Rockefellers and other oppressed and falsely accused .persons whom we have in our midst. He has "issued a statement." The statement deals chiefly with the abrupt closing of the McNamara. trial and the personal character of, Lincoln Sjeffens, the writer who claims he aided in bringing about that climax or anti-climax, as you like to put it. Bordwell says : . "In a spirit of indifference to everything in the McNamara casesvsave the facts and the law applicable thereto, deem "it due to this court and to thrs' community that I 'make a brief public statement regarding circumstances attending the abrupt close of the case, together with a sufficient comment to indicate my views'at to such circumstances. "This is done in the hope of correcting, if possible, some misconceptions due to erroneous publications,...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 6 December 1911

eem&fmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmm J r v. of the .McNatnaras' betrayal of the cause ofjabor-..' '". ' In the rvery ; fist place, the statement"!,, proves 7?that judge Bordwell either, is a liar,' or does not understand whatllie is saying. If Bordwejl is-tellinjfthetrutli when he says that he;' tfie court, was not a party to any of the negotiations 'leading ito the changing of the'plea?,.how does Judge Bordkell KNOWJwhether on. not Ijincoln StefFensvwas,aparty"to these claims ? . , . . Hpw can He state so 'authoritatively what.did and.what djdnot lead to the "compromise'? 'It may be true, that "the District Attorney s acted" entirely yithout regard to Mr. Steffens and on lines decided upon, before the latter'appeared on the scene' But if Judge Bordwell was not a 'party to the negotiationsrhow does he-KNOWut? The public has a right to an answer to that question; and itshas a still greaterright toknow what Judge Bordwell means when he says : "The public can rely;on it that the dev...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 6 December 1911

jl qjipiyuiiJiBM ' fT" ? -yysy-'gyw v,-; -7. sjm .-,jyvr ' TYPHOID WHAT IT IS : AND HOW IT SPREADS v ByW, C, Cotton, M. D. Typhoid fever is always, due to oneTessential cause, namely, the typhoid bacilus a living organism of extremely minute iize. Under, favorable conditions it, breeds .with amazing rapidity. v When this germ is introduced into the" human: body, through the mouth'itmay reach theintestines, multiply there and give rise to the disease known as typhoid fever. Outside the human body the germ lives but a little " while. iThere is on exception. -In milk the germ maymultiply very-rap-idly. x Typhoid bacilli aren discharged from the bbdies oi infected persons in the excretions of the bowels, and often those of the bladder. Considerable time, usually from a week to three weeks, elapses between the entrance" of the germ into the body and the 'development of the definite symptoms of the disease. The germs may be dicharged from the body for-a considerable time before the sympto...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 6 December 1911

and yet contain a very considerable amount of human sewerage. Milk may become infected with, the discharges of typhoid ;f ever patients if handled by 'persons who are themselves suffering from the disease of who have handled fev.er patients. It may also be infected by flies passing from an open privy to the milk pail. t A milk bottle may -become -infected in the" house of a fever patient, andunless propefly?streilized before it is refilled, its whole contents may become heavily ininfected. --" rv- -, : i UiftA j g-f$. ifc? -w HE lfl9KEOUKEJTMB7J'C TO MURMUR," TH Pimwir' uveso-j -scraps but'-ooWY BEUEVE.THeARBACe CAj4.' ,HW8T.Me WTTtes'bH a'pbao MAHg-ECT -VfeHO-iy0fHO.jr "Every time I breathe." shouted the orator, "somebody, .'somewhere, dies !" "You ought-to be locked inja glue factory," cried a man-in the audience. ... THREE WAYS TO COOK ' - ' ', Pie Paste ",Puff Paste. Intoj4 pound, of flour. 'chopi45:aunces.of.cbld, firm butter,- and 'wh'en Iike4.a- coarse, wet powder; ,wet: with...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 6 December 1911

1p ?Vf .jSSSpt, fWH'fi JP BuSM'1i'lH9i!' J V t '- '' By Harold Carter. In the Empire Service club; Piccadilly, whose menibers aretnain- - ly retired -Indian civil ervants, chess numbers many adherents.1 Members come and go,1 bu chess" remalfkf It is a part of the insti-1 tutjon. v ' " i When Galsworthy- dropped in af ter four-year absence andan- pension he -was welcomed to the cfiess 'table where Dunning had reigned supreme as far back as ! memory goes, cut vjaiswormy thought1 obviously fa inferior to Dunning, won game after game. After a while it wasnoticed that Ije did so by a peculiar combination of pawn and queen plav. As' chess players know, a player who . can force any of his pawns t6 the , opposite base of the board-with-.' out its being captured en route, may exchange it for a second queen, an advantage- which decides thegame almost immediately in'his favor. .. "It is a Persian trick," said 'Galsworthy, "It is named 'shah's :ftatej' after a "celebrated shah who invented it. ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 6 December 1911

' I i"qp" SS2 V rW 'against mine for our 'Jives, in ta game of living chess, I being the king, the soldiers pawns, the two troopers knights, fhe carriages jrepresenting castles", and the I'derks' bishops, .being' opposed'by Rassul's soldiery andra couple of tfana'tical priests. - A ' "But as I had no' queen the 3 mother of the murdered boy was brought out from Her dungeon, dazed and staring vacantly around h'er,,and placed ,at rny jide. Then, from our throries, f Rassul and I directed the game., "We" were unarmed ; the Af7 ghans armed When I caprtired a 'piece' , the man was led from t the field and the jeers of tfie rriul- ; titude that surroundedJus, but re- ' ceived no harm. But each of my poor men who came withinange of capture was literally hacked to pieces by his antagonist My queen was taken early in the play, r but apparently at Rassul's command was not harmed, being merely placed under guard "In spite of all my efforts,' I saw that the game was going against me. Suddenly I ...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 6 December 1911

BrrpwT rmmZr!!r?TT7? y-Tv - - i!.r . V Il HERE'S MRS. BELMONT'S PEAN OF VICTORYA SUFFRAGE SONG . ., Mrs. O. H. P. Belmont, wife of the.multi-milfionaire,.paid $15G for a suffrage song, entitled "Victory' and selected by hetj. from prize competition. It is sung to the tune of. "Glory, Glory, Hallelujah," and it is expected . to become popular with suffrage organizations. Here are three of the verses: . It is coming, sisters, pass the word along; The day that we prayed (for and have waited for so long; f In the West the light has broken, greet its coming with a song, Pur cause is marching on. &i "'rux.'ntaMff&tM j t Mrs. Belmont. tWe have toiled in pain and 'darkness for six thousand-weary years We have eaten bread and ashes and have drained the. cup of tears Now that better day is, near us, long foretold by Israel's seers, v Our cause is marching on. r '. Maid, and matron, wife and widpw, all car help the cause along; We can hear the host advancing, many, hund...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 6 December 1911

--r-v iB wiKmmfmmmmmimmmmm -AFTER EIGHT YEARS' EVASION, TEN MILLIONAIRE PACKERS AT LAST GO TO TRIAL To the surprise of the government, the ten millionaire heads of the Beef Trust made no attempt to evade going to trial before Federal Judge Carpenter of the "district court today. Theipackers pleaded not guilty ,to the indictments charging them with criminal conspiracy in restraint of trade. In 1903, the packers were first indicted. Since then they have contrived to avoid standing trial by every legal move that was known to or could be thought up 'by their attorneys. When the supreme court of the United States yesterday relused to grant the packers a stay of the trial before Judge Carpen ter, itmade a little reservation. ' It said it would not hand down ia decision on the constitutionality o the criminal section of the Sherman anti-trust law under which the packers are yidicted ' at this time. Probably it wont hand down a decision for two years or so. t And there is not much chance 'o...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 6 December 1911

HHnBMHBHnanHB PqpW fjfLvr , fTS-" - Itr - HSW INTERESTING BITS OF LOCAU NEWS Thirty persons tarried down ladders to safety, and three firemen injured in early morning fire at 1251-55 S. Halsted street. Damage to building estimated at $15,000. Harold Mumford, 24, son of head of brokerage firm of W. R. Mumford & Co., 437 Postal Telegraph building, committed suicide. by shooting in company office shortly after noon today. John Duggan, hunter, poked iKotgun into rabbit hole. Is in Gary hospital, and will recover. Arthur Leverenz and Hugo Kant arrested on charge of robbing Dr. H. L. Pace, 1022 W. 64th street. " The police force must be waking up. , . Stenographers'and-Typists' association dance at Humbolt'park pavilion Thursday evening, December 7. Frank Kita and Leo-Suchom-Nskf, convicted of participating in murder of Fred W. Guelow taken to Joliet today to begin life terms. Gas company will appeal to appelate court from decision of Judge Scanlan yesterday, holding city gas ...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 6 December 1911

r street.,tripped over"rope"usedin towing" auto, slightly' .injured. . Dorothy Rosadale; :4, of New York City, reatlied' Chicago today in care of a Ll S. '& M. S" R.- R -o o condu"ctoj.Sfiejson heV way to' Chickashai Okja., to join her mother.'She. was .turned over to a conducto'rlon 'the G, R. I & PR. Retrain. " ." " OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT :TRUE t , - 5f) h pitJD TO MfirtK i , I(W', COULBH'T J (ytiuZs o,Q 'B rZLgf YOifAl' JYVjtt f2)OSSH'f Tj7 " Wnrsv . r's -&. hLPxovei r-pAts TO r VAS7 Y 'AQift ' J V TAX 7V-S- .. . 's' - ,"" ' ' Knr t a CBUA fr? 'r-frtr---ifrnrnfrh n rlgiTnTftm

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 6 December 1911

' A pr -jrjQ3l "tw- - TABLOID BIOGRAPHY OF OSCAR LAWLER, GOVERNMENT'S DYNAMITE . ATTORNEY Here is a tabloid biography of "Oscar Lawler, who has'been appointed by Atty. Gen.' Wickersham special assistant attorney general to -take entire charge of the federal dynamite investigation: Oscar Lawler was born in Marshalltown, Ja., Ap'ril 2, 1875. Oscar Lawler. Studied - law in the office of Frank P. -Flint, f former senator from California and attorney for the Southern 'Pacific, railroad ( when that road ruled California vith an iron hand. -Admitted to the bar and became Flint's protege. Was a henchmanbf Walter Parker's Southern Pacific political outfit. l " Appointed United States district attorney for southern Cali fornia, Flint and the Southern Pacific "being his sponsors. Appointed assistant attorney general by Taft and assigned to the interior department under Richard A. Ballinger. - Acted as presidential proxy for Taft, writing, the opinion- whitewashing Ballinger for helping the Cun...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 6 December 1911

i(i -jl unmiwiUM mp,ff.0.im, ; r-s&tSynt- -- -fj- r T JU&f ., - - 'THE GREAT HUMAN FACT . - . ., We may try to break away from it it is our fate always to try but the greatest' human fact is sex. It breaks the windows VAU iPi LWkLi of cabinet ministers in England. It fills the windows of the world's shops with their displays. It would bankrupt the merchants if sex were annihilated. The railways would store their yards with .unused cars.- The banks would break. The bourses would cease to meet. Sex is the universal urge to endeavor. It was the reversion to the brute which is in us all that made Pasquale Marchesi ?'hack off - the heads of his wjfe and her paramour in Wisconsin the other ddy the blind sexTrage that lifs the hackle on the - tiger's neck, as he fronts his nvaj.for the possession ' of the tigress which rolls playfully in the jungle- grasses by the spring, caring only for, the .mating with" the strongest. Which will have her depends on the coming emb...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 6 December 1911

' "over those two deaths,, and when Bealtie would have strangled his wife and carried the'Bitifbfd girl into his cave, with no backward glance save that in threat of rivals. This sex-struggle has been the controlling force in lifting us from the cave-man's estate, through the 'Beattie-Marchesi phase, to a higher development of the sex relation. Still, hdwever, it is the source of tragedy. Still' it is the most potent tool used by the shaping hand of -evolution. It comes "into the laboratory t the scientists. It destroys a Reverend Mr. .Richeson and an Avis Lin- nell.ur cultured "Cambridge. But it is the forcer that -lifts us up, in this 'day of the intellect, as in the era,ofthe cave-man and his spullessness. ' "Without it -we" .would cease our climb to higher things. The tragedies "of sex are the whirlpools which set backward in the inflow of- the rising tide of progress, in which", as from the . beginning, sex is the great human factSex is fete.' Pate is progress. FEMALE OF THE SP...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 6 December 1911

9PmpWMH9IHHHpPPPHM yh i i I t LAIM WOMAN'S; 10-HOUR . . LAW IS VIOLATED, . ; The, women's ten-hour law is being flagrantly violated, and the Loftis Jewelry Co., 108 N. State street, and the , Marshall Field store are two of the worst.offenders, according to a , statement given out today at the office of the Women's Trades Union- League. Nov. .28 and 29 are specifically named as dates on which tjieLoftfs company worked employes of its mail order department until 9 p. m., the employes having come to work at 8 in the morning. It is alleged in the alteration andlsew1" ing room of the Marshall Field store overtime work is aregular thing. ' . Mrs. Raymond Robins, president of the league, speaking yesterday before the Women's "City club,, said that many girls were kept at work in the department stores arranging counters long, after the stores had been closed. The holiday time, she declared, sawtgreater violations of the law than any other season. Miss Mary McDowell, chairman of the meeting...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 7 December 1911

n THF ::KA5Sr KftftK h h f M mAm hr'i .a uF L I m 500 SO. PEORIA ST: I f398 . ' TEL. MdNRQE 353 Vol. 1, No. 61 - Chicago, Thursday, Dec 7, 1911 One Cent ILLINOIS CENTRAL STRIKERS TELL THEIR SIDE OF THE STRIKE STORY Would Condemn the "Capitalists Press" for Not Giving . the Strikers' Side of the Contest Railroad's Side Elaborately Published. ' " ; - , " , . t j The press committee of the Illinois Central strikers have issued .the following statement to" the public, through Rev. C'H. Doolittle, chairman of the committee: - - - - ' - "T "- . THE "STATEMENT . v ' 'if you are a' thinking man and know what' is for your best interests, -read this; if not, pass 'it on. A community is known by its citizens. , It is the class of people v that Jive in a conununity fhat elevate or retard its growth morally and financially. So far our city has been known and composed 'of moral and law-abiding citizens. Shall we keep up our reputation? The employes of the Illinois Central railroad all along the l...

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

'W ' breakers, unprincipled and undesirable, and in many cases .haye been shipped to different points by company's agents by false inducements and misstatements, being told the men were not on , .strike. We have sworn affidavits to prove this. Beit said in justice to some of them when they found they had been deceived by the company, the honest men refused to scab, and came out from among . the scabs.- - - We are 'positive that this is the only class of men they can. get - to perform their dirty work. We resent the insult, however, to our fair city to have them brought here. They have them penned in like . cattle, and hogs, and there is grave danger that contagious disease may break out and spread at any time throughout the city. Would you let a man who had the smallpox stay in your city? These imported men, many of them, are alteady filthy, both in s person and language, and for .the sake of our moral and physical . health, we demand their removal. We know they cannot get. mechanic...

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