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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 November 1911

wmmmmw!1'1!1'! ' THE DAY BOOK 500 SO.-BEORIA ST. , 398 TEL. MONROE 353 Chicago, Tuesday, November 7, 1911. THE ECONOMiaSIDE OF THE QUESTION, DISCUSSED BY THE VICE COMMISSION1 A Terrible Arraignment of the MEN Who Are Driving Girlsto 'the Levee How Vice Outbids Virtue for. Human Bodies and Human Souls in Chicago In the - Meantime, the Police Are Protecting the Men, Yefc the big policeman "is now driving the street walker from the streets.' ' -C ' i He is closing up the houses tn the tenderlojn -Poor, .weak' MAN is being protected from temptation! For: other men big, -strong men in blue uniforms and pretty 'badges are rushing to his rescue ! J 'But what became of the unfortunates who werechased? i They arenot dead. The 'police liave no authority to kill'thenv ' All the cops can do is tochase them, to hourid-them, -to kill their1 BUSINESS! ' . ... But the unfortunates are still -here. They may be out of -BUSINESS but they are st ill w'ith us. - , ' - They maybe-starving "but tHey are s...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 November 1911

the report of the Chicago Vice Commission enjoys such an exclu sive circulation that only a select few are permitted to read it. . But that eminent Vice Commission DID investigate and repdrt on economic conditions that DRIVE these women who are now being hunted by the "big policemen to the tenderloin and the streets r Did YOUR blood ever boil? If it didn't, it will now. Read the following extract on the economic side of the Social Evil question, taken word for word from that report: "THE ECONOMIC SIDE OP THE QUESTION" "The life of an unprotected girl who tries to make a living in a great city is full of totturing temptatfohs. , SIX DOLLARS A WEEK IS THE AVERAGE IN MERCANTILE ESTABLISH MENTS. "If she were living at home, where the mother .and sister could help her with mending, sewing and washingj where her board would be small perhaps only a dollar or two towards the burden carried by the other members of the family wfiere her lunch would come irom the family larder -then her condit...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 November 1911

n half dollars for her room, one dollar for laundry, and sixty cents for car fare, she would have less than fifty cents left at the end of the week. That is, provided she ate ten-cent breakfasts, fifteen-cent luncheons and twenty-five-cent d'nners. "But tneije is no doubt that many girls do live on even six t dollars, and do it honestly, but we can affirm that they do not have nourishing food, or comfortable shelter, or warm, clothes, or any, amusement, . except, perhaps, free public dances, without. outside help, either, from charity in the shape of girls' clubs or friends in the country home. How can she possibly exist, tp say nothing of live? "IS IT ANY WONDER THAT A TEMPTED GIRL WHO RECEIVES 'ONLY SIX DOLLARS PER WEEK WORKING WITH HER HANDS, SELLS HER BODY FOR TWENTY FIVE DOLLARS PER WEEK WHEN SHE LEARNS THERE IS A DEMAND FOR IT AND MEN ARE WILLING TO PAYl THE PRICE? "On the one hand her employeY demands honesty, faithfulness and a 'clean and neat appearance,' and for all this h...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 November 1911

"If 'she is not sufficiently', skilled to earn it, let us. mix some RELIGIOUS JUSTICE in our -business and so something to.inr crease her efficiency, which she has never been able to develop ' through no fault of her own. . t "ARE FLESH AND BLOOD SO CHEAP, MENTAL QUALIFICATIONS SO COMMON, AND HONESTY OF SO LITTLE VALUE, THAT THE MANAGER OF ONE OF OUR BIG DEPARTMENT STORES FEELS JUSTIFIED IN PAY ING A HIGH SCHOOL GIRL, WHO HAS SERVED NEARLY : ONE YEAR- AS AN INSPECTOR OF SALES, THE BEG GARLY WAGE OF $4.00"PER WEEK? "What is the natural result of such an industrial condition? Dishpnesty and immorality, not from choice, but NECESSITY IN ORDER TO LIVE. "We can forgive the human frailty which yfelds to temptation under such conditions but WE CANNOT FORGIVE THE SOULLESS CORPORATION, WHICH ARRESTS AND PRO SECUTES THIS GIRL A FIRST OFFENDER WHEN SHE TAKES SOME LITTLE ARTICLES FOR PERSONAL' ADORNMENT. ' , "THE MAN'S PART "The end of the battle is not yet for those girls who struggle on alone...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 November 1911

6 down, and .is Finally sacrificed to a life of SHAME, BUT WHAT OF HIM? HE ESCAPES AS A 'ROMANCER' IT IS NOT JUST!" Don't YOU think it is high 'time for somebody to be doing something to save youth and virtue, while policemen are hounding those who have lost both? ' t -The Day Book will again discuss this .subect tomorrow. . ' - - o 07 MEDICAL EXAMINATION OF MRS. VERMILYA; MAY BE SUFFERING FROM STRANGE AND RARE DISEASE Symptoms of Necrophilism, Most Horrible Disease Known to Science, Exhibited by Alleged Poisoner Other -Arrests Planned. , Louise Vermilya -may never be . tried for-the murder of Policeman Arthur Bissonette nor any other of the eight persons near and dear to her who died sudden and mys terious deaths. , Coroner Hoffman today order ed an examination of' the woman by several physicians to deter mine whether she is suffering from. one of the strangest and most rare df diseases, known to the medical science as necrophil ism. t If Mrs"." Vermilya is a necrophil ist she'-cou...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 November 1911

mmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmm cemetery,, bleak and drear, yith manv tombstones. It is not a oic- ture of any cemetery holding the mortal remains of one dear to Mrs. Vermilya. It is just a pic ture sh,e picked up, and which she took a fancy to. , There is another picture of Richard T. Smith, who once was Patrolman Arthur Bissonette. Will Louise Vermilya Ever Be Tried for His Murder? 'engaged to Mrs. Vermilya, and who died suddenly and myster . iously. And- near this picture-is one of Smith's tombstone. - An undertaker, too, was one of Mrs. Vermilya' closest asso ciates. For over a -year, she was ."seen almost daily with Under taker G. C. Boysen, the man -who prepared the bodies of Smith and of her first husband, Vermilya, for buriaJL. ' It is these things that caused Coroner-Hoffman ( to order that Mrs. Vermilya, now in a barred hospital room at the county jail, to be examined by physicians for traces of necophilism., "In no other way, can I ac count for Mrs. Vermilya's ghoul ish delight in ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 November 1911

'(necrophilism is a woman's" dis ease)." But while'' Coroner Hoffman was giving orders for 'a .medical ' examination of Mrs. Vermilya,a conference was being, held in the office of State's Attorney Burn ham, in charge of the case for the county. The conference was oh the ad visability of further arrests being made in.connection'with the Ver milya case'. . . , - " It fs admitted by Burriham that such further arrests are likely at any time." But he-also says that they will "not likely be made until Mrs. Vermilya herself appears be fore the grand jury. This, Burnha msays, w.ill take place at the earliest possible mo ment. He and State's Attorney Wayman believe that Mrs. Ver milya's attorney Burres, intends to attempt to secure the1 release of Mrs. Vermilya on bonds with in a few days. ' It is for this reason that every effort will bemade to have Mrs. Vermilya indicted by the grand jury as soon as possible It is feared that if Mrs." V(ermilya should be freed x on bonds, she would commit ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 November 1911

arsenic poisoning arid gastritis vare similar and a physician hiight make a mistake and call arsenip .poisoning acute gastritis." " The police also intend to quest tion Undertaker C. C. , BoySen? who prepared Richard Tk Smith's 'body for burial, and who was on extremely friendly terms with Mrs.Vermilya again. Itwas of this .undertaker that Frank Brinkamp-'spoke, accord 'ing to Elizabeth Nolan, when, knowing 'his death to be ap proaching he -looked snceringly at. hi0mother and said "Wilyou'd.better call-in your friend! Boysen and have-hinV fin ish this j6b."" Mrs. Vermilya is not allowed to see anyone at the jaiMiospital. She passed a good night, and on wakening this morning lqpked .cheerfully at her nur?e": s "Well, 'this place isn't "home," she said, "but it isn't so bad." Her nurses at the hospital sev eral times have attempted to en gage her in, conversation, but on e&dh occasion, Mrs Vermilya has turned her face to 'the -wall, and refused tp make any ariswer to them. k -, Th...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 November 1911

1 4ft- - W ' ' RICHESON EXPCTS TO WED HEIRESS, AND TAKE "- HER FROM LAP OF LUXURY TO-HEATHEN LANDS l Women ;of Church Weep and Pray as "Resignation of Ac cused Pastor is Read'; . Vote ', Down Acceptance Despite Men By Stella Marquere. Boston, Nov. 7. In his cell in murderers' rbwj with the horrible charge of the ' murder of his 'sweetheart, Avis Linnell, hang ing over his head, the Rev. Clar ence V. T. Richeson is planning his future. life. He will marry Violet Edmands, possessor of half a million dollars in her own right and heiress to her father's many millions, im mediately on his release. That is the first step he has de cided on. f After that, he has decided he will be a missibhary. He does not think he can serve his church any longer in -this country. " - So he will -go forth 'into the heathen- lands of the -world to spread the gospel- . . . And he will take Violet Ed mands, the gently nurtured heir ess raised in the very lap of lux ury, with him. "Richeson does not seem to do...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 November 1911

" son deserted pretty little Avis Liimell, is at Pomfret, Conn., with her family. She is guarded like an em press. No one is allowed to come near enough to speak to her. Her father has employed two nurses for'her, and one of these nurses is always with her. When first the charge of mur der was preferred against Riche son by the police, Miss Edmands came out openly and boldly in his support. He was the man she had chosen to be her wedded husband, and. she would stand by him through everything. She would attend his tria.1, and encourage him by word and look. But that was before all the sickening details of Richeson's connection with the little choir girl whom he had induced to come to Boston from Hyannis-by-the-Sea, where was 'her peaceful home. . What does Violet Edmands think since all the story of decep tion 'and betrayal has come to light? No one- save her immediate family knows. She is not permitted to talk even o her dearest friends. But a friend o the family is au thority for t...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 November 1911

w m mammmmmmmmmm ;'V. ' .--. V"V &' JT r'P ' ............ ..- Jmmanuel church. Evidently he .will remainso until 'a jury of'hispeers have de cided whether he be guilty or in 'noce'nt. , AndlTISTHEWOMEKOF THE CHURCH WHO ARE KEEPING HIM THERE," WHO INSIST THAT HE STILL REMAIN THEIR PAS-.TO'fc. , CURTAIN LECTURE By. Dr. W. C. Cotton, M. D. . i 1 Bon'i have heavy curtains on your windows. TJie ordinary jymdowcurtain "serves no "useful purpose , at all. The window blind has all the util ity; the curtain is. nothing but .vain show - - Now the vain show is all right enough if it doesn't trespass on the windpw's serviceableness as a window. When it;does that the vain show should gJ by the board. Sowhen curtain is heavy'eriough to interfere with the free circula tion of air, or is delicate enough in color,to make it necessary to keep the window closed all the tirreto prevent' its being ruined, it's . time that- curtain were cur tailed: ' - Sash-curtains' are better than any other 'kind f...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 November 1911

P , 1 " A JAP DARLING A bale's, a "babe whettfer' of thefafea9trom thVfrozen north or born under "Uncle Sam's'-flag. " - x 'Jy ' A Jap, baby, even if its tender little 'skin ls'brown, to the uni versal mother heart is a- "darling.5' '',;-" ' ' In the kingdom, of chrysanthemums there is no dantier.blossom than the babies and they spntwl about .oriUhe straw mattfrig floors strengthening their little backs Justus Continental and American babies do. -..- Strikers' Wives, Daughters and Sweethearts Tagl Wearing banners bearing, the inscription "Help feed the wive1? and children of Illinois Central Railroad strikers'" hundreds of women invaded th.e downtown district today in a "tag day" cam- "paign ,to swell the strike benefit fund of the striking shopmen at Burnside. 2- Armed with hundreds of tags, the women wives" daughters, and sweethearts a few blushjngly admitted were -at work as early. a,s 6 p'clock this morning,' and stuck lp3rally to their posts until 4a"nite Tiotir this iVrternbon...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 November 1911

wr? : J5iTiT'T(i,fVKff ty-v i ? THElLOVE-.'LETTERSfejIiOtJISEERMILYA . . -.zinsii ir-x.D rer ;v r . j- , vi- - . r .K .tW'.itMgir. j af- ' JEk-fr&fo -rct&E3 ja&c The Victim. of a, Chain of Cqin'cidences or-the -Greatest" Poisoner - '';; , -''.. of 'MdtMn-iJays. 5 :'-:cr.' -". l - These letteXsv'ere'-,writfenc.bx- Arthur rjBissonefeie,? J and guarded thei woman;whqmthe:;polic&'say. nightand;tiay agalhsb;an attempt made a tudy rof'theimethodsjof, at-$ui6ie.- " t.-: : J : Johann Hoeh.the! Eoisqri;King " Tjiey'iwirtewxittenjto Thomas and whoMsnqwiri.'the-hnspital;af 'BOTngtonIfaEeana photog the county jailjcharged jwitnlhe naher, whQj5r.orcler: to irap murder, byJ;pnfsonilJfJiRdlicen3iani 'Mrs. erjmlya?.made love to her. :' M-aHagaMHMHaan ..--!- W A- f'

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. t rm, N& V fc, K , and. at last succumbed t6 love of Bruington wasa friend of Rich ard T. Smith, the railroad con Y ductorj -whib. tgcariie engagecL to Mrs. Vermilya and fc whom be fell the fa(e of ajr'those whom ' ;Mrs. yermilya loved. He died of "'"gastritis"' - " &" Bruington suspected something Pwrong 'about Smith's sudden Oi'death, and "made love to Mrs. Ver-a.milya-in order'the better to watch -sher. He finally fell in love with I her himself.- The letters are- extraordinary v for the light manner in which u they treat death, fortheir careful X ne'ssin alL their references to "K'Smitlrand to the delations be tween "the writer and Bruington. u " ' 2 'Deaf Brother :- " 05 " I 'wish you were here in Chi- 3f cago. I surely am lonesome lots if of evenings, and I would enjoy your company. - i, -T guess Dick did 'keep most of 1 his plans to himself, especially pthose concerning our wedding, -""for it was my wish to keep every j thing" quiet as possible until...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 November 1911

V ' 3BW!WBWi the same -sickness, as' DicTEvery. one loved, nun. He-was wen.ac1 tiaintedth Dick, ancLDick said he often" used to wish, when" He h'eard my Tuisband talking about liis home, that -he had a homelike thati 'andthe kind-, of wife (Mr. VernfilyahadL Tqose daysseem long.ago, and Ifeel 'onesome, looking back over' thejn. - He ' was twen,y years' oldfcrthan me: .,-I'was5"his second y$if. .,1 took rcare of his' fircf rffe Mrlin" fiVttf r-f11 ill ; I haveisd much-L colild'tell yoii. Irwfsyoii -.could' b'e here. Now, Ii-surely would enjoy 'having ,your sistercall, divine. Hlease remind her of jfa-f h kne'w " your sister would;be.pretty: 0course, rafter II"Sawyqu)Vl knew-" that, ajl be longing toypuwQuld Iopk pretty fine. j'How, -I mean this, so dpnt sifcback'in youn, qhair 'arid ha- ha i - This, is. Saturday-and a fine day for automobiling. "We are going outtomorrow,.and I shall take my "son'si sweetheart (Elizabeth Nolan).--She-is with me a great deal.-, ,-.... 'IsuppQ$e you mis...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 November 1911

B mmmtmmmmmmmmmmm 'in THE McNAMARA7 TRIAL IN SESSION ATfcbSmN '''''tVii'nMMiMniini.M ' '" ' ' ' ' ' .liiiijin.i i -1..?l rfil $ffi t '? tl'" Hftr-.?"" ,v'"sj?'"t'4; s& fli yli-SJpl ff t1?? s2L wBSS view o Judge Bord- extreme; rigftit of the picure: Ranged t,' as it looks in action, around the; attbrrieys'. table- are Deputy r xfntT Thf nnfrnnlioi I ef Mr A'ffAfnoir I Triefri M rH Main- General wall's court,' caught by Staff Photographer District" "Attorney Joseph Ford1 Oean- Larkin! Tudge Bordwell, a I iner back directly below1 Judge Bord- venireman under examination, well 1' District' Attorney-J. D. Freder?- and thejcoutt reporter are-at the!. iclcs,-opposite. Dep'uly District Attot J licoif "I LOVE THE GOVERNMENT AND ALWAYS -STRIVE TO'OHK CIVIL WAR VETERAN TO DISTRICT ATTORHE After a lpngexamination of the.tale man by Deputy States Attorney Hor ton, during which, much stress was, laid' pose. the. Government Court jand Defense Again Clash. ' v-Los 'Angeles, 'CaL, Nov. 7: . One ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm GEEES-THE'FtRST ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPH f, Raif Hort'on at .Fredericks' left. .: the other, end of the table i the aase. 'Iieft td right are: Attorney eph Scott, J. B. M,cNamara on trial, (.rneys Clarence "Darrow and Le i j'te Davis. John E. Neyins, United : DLD IT," SHOUTS HpRTON IN COURT ROOM ic defense is extremely evercised i : the Vide latitude permitted by e gordwell to Deputy District At leyprton in trying tp eliminate )e-.W Morton; an aged civil war epn.v I B-rtohs only offense admitted by the , was that he read the Lbs Angeles rd--and Appeal to eRason and had tea -the .Republican party because elieved it a "oartv of capitalists " 'Ihow thought" he was a Socialist. tforriev Darrow and his- associates mso disappointed because affidavits lepsby'fomv persons against Juror Press, representative, is seated in the first press row, nearest the camera. The Doxes on the desks of newspaper reporters, artists and magaizne writers are used to silence the telegraph instruments...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm dence alorle'and'the Taw laid'Howi by the court' made him an'impar tial juror, r l , ' ' ' In the four affidavits' the de fense's witnesses swdi;e'positjvely that McKeeJfrquently expressed 10 uiein tne opinion ijiai memc Namara's'were' guilty '.an'dTtfijit they should be hanged.'.,. ,, When qo'urt recohvpned foijaj Talesman' Morton' vwas ..still ofi the stand upder infirr!Qgatibnby Hotton. ,Hc is iuyet'erati of 5the civil war 5 ..years qld and -for twenty years conducted" agn,-? eral store -and was postmaster, of a village nearPueblqColQ. i , He is a. fine appearing old .man. He. says' 'he 'earned a living "raisfng a few. Ml chictken,tl-b.ut Horton subjected hihf tb: a most bitteV arraignment" The climax was finally reached' when,,, after he admitted', he", was a Socialist, the old man, VJth teaf streaming dowii his cheelcs, 'raised .himself in his seat and.fajrfy sTioutedis, an swer to the que'stion Jf he didn't oppose the government:. , , .. "Yoi ask ine" that...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 November 1911

madVto him over night by" his detectives , U. S. Grand Jury Meets to Pry Into Dynamiting Charges. 3 Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 7. .With an' investigation into the dynamiting charges involving John J. and James B. McNamara as the most important task con fronting it, the United States grand jury met here today. . The whir of "type'writersv and other signs of activity around tKe offices of United States District 'Attorney- Charles W. Miller, told the story of how the work of r copying the reports of the expert . accountants who have examined the books and documents of the v' International Association of 1 Bridge and Structural Iron' Workers was -being 'rushed to completion. , " , t The return of Detective Wm. J: "Burns to Indianapolis and his . ' conferences with "the federal offi cials "indicated that he was giving " the government authorities in formation'' to be preserited to the federal grand jurors with a view of obtaining the indictment of the McNamaras for alleged criminal - '.vio...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 7 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm between Trinidad and Venevtiel an coast. Hasn't been a revolu tion on it yet. Boston hotelkeepers wont al low Gideons to leave Bibles' ih rooms of hotels. Maybe they never heard of the book. Helen Langford, , Canadian heiress now on N. Y. stage' haVl 20 different moods. Showed 'em to fiance. .'He broke engagement. Joshua Goldsmith, Amite City, La.,,triedto murder ,wif e with ax. $ Got off with 3 months whenhe told court 'it was third fight with wife that day, 'and she had whip ped him in first two. 'Ttfird.time wasn't a charm. It was -the ax. Wife of ,Fran .Alexe N. Y., in divorce bill, "said "his cruelty caused illness. Frank said, her . illness caused by 'grieving- over death of petqjpodle. Bowwow I The ideaoHnsulting a million aire like "Nick Hunt bv 'offering him $100 bribe.- s By the- Way, Nick ' gathered in the millions by fortunate real'e's tate deals, "didn't he!? ' Or was'itby saving his salary? Dr. "Nansen says Icelanders discovered America 500 years be ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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