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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 November 1911
ODY OF CHARLES'-VERMILYATO BE EXHUMED; , ACCUSED WOMAN COLLAPSES IN HOSPITAL' By Eloise Mortimer, t J Have 'little doubt 'that, the medical examination4 of Louise Vermilya-, ordered by 'Coroner r Hoffman will prove, that-sheis a Victim of-that. strange and'hoirible disease', necrophilism:, I r . Strip the charges of 'the, police I against her of evasiVc language and consider them." Theyrr That Louise Ve'nnilya.onurder- , ed nine persons, eight men -and one woma'n. . " - V , That' she .committed l "each ' of these m'urder after careftil"plarining and by'slow-poispping.' J That her o'nly motive' neach , case was the love of gold. "t. That she even went so far a's to -induce severakof -the victims -to insure themselves in her-favor.-r Grant the police 'are correct jn these premises-i-not one of wtiich has been proven and "cOnside'r the other factsin tlfojcase.- - Each and'everybneof "the nine persons was someohe.whom Mrs. Vermilya loved, and- "who loved her.' ' - ";" V In no case was t...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 November 1911
' -'J."vJ . -' '-iVJJSg&amp;imzmmm murder them -until she ,h'ad acquired all their money. Few of those whom the police say, were poisoned by Mrs. Vermilya possessed much worldly wealth. Mrs. Vermilya profited financially by the death of only three of her victims, so far as the police have been able to show. Further, there is a great difference between a woman who fiendishly and redly murdered strong men with an axe, and a woman who murders men by slow poisoning with, arsenic It is not by analogy with the Gunness case that the police will clear up the mystery of death that s holding Louise Vermilya in jail. m Again, Louise Vermilyas own letters to Thomas Bruington, the eoria photographer, now in the hands of the police, are the best defense of the woman against the police -theory. , These letters show time and again, the abnormal desire of Mrs. Vermilya to be with the dead, and in the places of death. In them she .talks blithely of Vhaving a lot of business to do at the morgu...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 November 1911
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm if IJOUR CERTAIN TO REMAN PERMANENTLY ON -'- ----" McNAMARA'JURY-M:OURT SITUATION TENSE Condition at Trial Very Dramatic When Judge Bordwell Ordered Exercising of Peremp- ' tories to Begin. .Los Angeles, .Gal., Nov." 8. Robert F. Bain, retired carpenter, organizer of the first carpenters' union in this city and a-tacit believer in the theory that an ex plosion of gas destroyed the' Los Angeles Times. v i. William F: Clark, "retired undertaker, who has read little about the case, and thought less, believes unions are a good thing for the country, but personally believes strikes wrong and ,vio-' lence to win them'in tolerable. i Byron Lis, capitalist and stockholder -in. the Pasadena Milling Company, read about the case, fyut didn't believe that unions countenanced violence, although personally , he .did not, employ unioni men. , - F. D. Green, capitalist and rancher, progressivecand original LaFbllette man in Los Angeles county, .opponent of" District-Attorney ...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 November 1911
sdy aoyy" "'''i away and it is doubtful if he realized the importance of the joutcome to him. Attorney Darrow, for the first time the trial opened, showed the effect of the strain. His face was drawn and haggard and almost ghastly in its whiteness. Above, on the bench, Judge Bordwell concentrated his attention on both groups of attorneys, waiting. The quiet was finally broken by District Attorney Fredncks declaring" the law was absolute; that both sides must exhaust all challenges against the twelve men in the box in turn before any new names could be called. The defense objected and was overruled. Fredncks challenged Frank Frakes and the defense quickly eliminated McKee; the state excused McNeely, the retired tailor and union man, and the defense Johnson. There was a lengthy pause, and then Fredricks, with the air of a man behind the largest stack of chips fin a poker game, almost shouted, "we pass," and sat down in his seat. The frown on Attorney Darrow's face ated Dr. Case and Fr...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 November 1911
l t V'-fciV" "'"'-' "' '' ganization as the judge. The situation-is very tense. - If Acquitted at "Los Angeles, May Stand Federal Trial. "India'napolis, Nov. 8 The Indianas'upreme court today refused to advance the hearing of the motion1 to dismiss" the appeal taken "by the International Assqciation'of Bridgeand-Structural Iron Workers" from the order of the Indiaria state courts, directing that the- evidence in the McNamara 'dynamiting 'cases be turned over to the United .States authorities. The motion to dis miss, the appeal was made by-the United States authorities.. .' The federal officials jiow have the books and documents of the Iron Workers, oven which the battle has raged as a result of the seizure. on, the orders of federal Judge' Anderson-yesterday when the federal porbe commencedand notwithstanding the veVbal order of Judge Markey, of the 'Indiana courts,, that the evidence should remain in his court's possession until the Indiana supreme court has acted., u For. this, re...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 November 1911
i S , tp P f 3fKw;Mn'5?srw. 5v Wts, is back of r the McNamara prosecution, were among "the number. ' .! PALL OF PEKIN IS ONLY A ' - QUESTION OF DAYS ,Xuan Shi ,Kai Ceased Efforts to Arrange Terms Between-Emperor and Rebels. ' f Shanghai Nov. 8. Yuan Shi Kai has ceased his efforts to arrange terms between the emperor -.and the rebels. He is on his way to Pekin, accompanied - by a . picked bodyguard. Yuan is between two fires. The Manchus oppose him on the ground that his ideas are too progressive, and he has incurred the 'enmity, of the radical revolutionists by his advocacy of acceptance of the imperial edict, which grants certain concessions, but . does not satisfy the constitutionalists, who demand an actual republic. It is suspected Yuan will proclaim himself dictator on his arrhal at the capital, seeing in this the only means of restoringorder in China. He has told, the court tha,t peace is an impossibility until the reforms promised are actually put into effect that mere promis...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 November 1911
!xp55?rJw''w?' WW PPPWPP '-Wfi'V i"r"S' ..CITY BRIEFS. .. MifPittou and trained bear, "Jimmy,",' wanderings on downtown--streetsVtsDetectivQ Russell objecjfe"a: "Jimmy" swung. Rtfssell, rjuideft'on the ,sidewalk,aiiid 'Jimmy" tin, Harrison st'reeV station.. , i -"Frank James;"1 colored', .arrested on .'charge, 5 of "robbing- "Samuel Browja, 264 nS. Stater-tin la'ttetfs salqon.' ! ' -. '' - . Hjpbaq&amp;of TVfrs. G. K,oell, 14.08 Fuljerton tajled rHer' flirt She drank ppfcofi. , Probably recover. .'Gplman - X-Eutcb) 'Heitler, ..brother of :"Mike the Pike,':; arresteclby lj. Sse'pretserviee men. Charged : with violating' Mann white .slave act. - ., ' '- Policeman Richard Piper, niptqrcycle s,cjuacT, probatily fataljy injured when? madhine skifttjed'at 59th, and 'shland. 'Skull frafc.tured., i , ,r s --' t ' O " .Four hegrcKboys arrested f0ir beating 'arid 'probably 'fatally "injuringClfaVles Bryan 17, a. teamster, 5904 Princeton . J ' Frank Young, ;-Northwestern student, ran t...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 November 1911
nmaiMii TwffiyRstsr? -' mmmmmmmm TJt oj CHINESE INFANTRYMEN BOUND FOR THE FRONT rt? r The regular's who afe fighting the revolutionists. The Chinese soldier of today is.no longer-an ilkclad, "opium-dazed, semi-savage. He is well-drilled and disciplined. - ' o -o jets or his fabor.'is vet to be dis covered. He .will be photographed ' Howl follower prices is ringing around the world, vet tlie first man wh'o'waritsMess-for his prod- jas soon cts found
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 November 1911
,DrvWoodiHutchinsqn. : ;' "' ' '''Fouri.hoursto6wpfk,each day by-revenyj adult caff 'e-mgde'tp supply all human-needsr." rT-.,. . ', -- nV V " : 7tx$1 if feveiytfeiywpfked;" , . l l- "; " -TKrsHrom .Dr. Woods Hdtc'h'inson in at Chicago "address? He-declai'edfthatHhegeducated draftsman of the futHirer'voijldrork,witfihi hands arid 'Ins brain atf f-hV aim'?ii'fiTnp' a'nrl ""that smpnpp.-.aiiH- marhinprv snort -ayrne saw;, out laoor is amy trying to ao to capital Avht'cap'itarh'as been' 'tt-ying to do' to labor for 75 'years! V'f - - y' rr.",VS,J '!; ' ' '.? 'JTheytriu'mpli of labor is exemplified in San Eran-r J' 'A.m cjsq?, -vyhe're-'the school teacher gets-5a month, and th"e.masterbrjckaye.r $225." 4 'furVlVf "' 'Dr. ' Hutchinson-',declarea Ithat tfie "' three " great requisites -of- Hearth wee:-' e - j a , bj&amp;MvS Eh AnuiV?1i-nr7 rT -fXrr4 f'b'cTi -ill- ntlrl. 4rlilnf r.t- ' .t.UMUua'- - iwuu, UWH . u wwquuii. .. ' "Byitood-'I mean'the-'lcind niotheY used to," make Dj.' ...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 November 1911
mTr9vv'W'w"VW S!S!?AiI23S3523 ajjjiisriwJtKJs:?3vypsr EVERYONE HAS'A TOUCH" OP STYLE-NO MATTER WHATY01 YoU simply cannot be out of style. It' does not make, any difference what you wear you are fashionably dressed,. K Every sort of fabric is correct this year. It is a. great chance for- ' made-over-clothes, because all the odds and ends can be puttogether. Chiffon, silk, velvet, ribbon, fringe, braid, buttons, lace, embroidery, indeed the more things one uses in the construction of a frock the handsomer it is. A stunning gown to be worn at informal afternon affairs, for simple dinners or at a ca?d party is contrived Jof black chiffon, peacock blue satin, black fringe and irridescent heads. The foundation! of the gown is of the" peacock blue and the tunic is of chiffon. This is, bordered with a heavy black, fringe and an embroidered band of silk, made ' gay with irridescent beads heacls the fringe. Bands of the beads are upon the blouse and sleeves. Heavy macrime lace seems inconsist...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 November 1911
WEAR FROCKS MADE r6m A LITTLE OF EVERYTHING S , Simple Evening Gown of Gray Embroidered -Chiffon.- , " biirk silk is at the waist, and the Soft smoke colored gray. is becoming if you are a blonde. An exquisite dress in this color was recently made. It was intended for simple dinners. The foundation wvas gray taffeta silk, with the ove'rskirt being of chiffon in embroidered in the exact shade of the chiffon. The yoke of the blouse was of point de sprite and a plastron of the embroidery outlined the yoke. The edge of the tunic was trimmed with gray satin and the same fabric was used as a belt. ADVICE TO THE BRITISH Isn't it possible that some of the agonies of this troubled world are due to lack of good, common barnyard sense? England is groaning about the price of milk. It has gone up to 10 cents a quart, and eight cents a quart for milk was almost a part of the British constitution. The largely increased' demand for condensed milk and for milk used in chocolate manufacture is given ...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 November 1911
frmmmmmmmiimm SS9B agi Y ...J...,. t, 4j...tj. y-.-,,,..,, ,y ?')flT,i,.v-ST;:;, Triri,i.;,.zz7rTZ7,ZfZi ll LITTLE ( STREET I' EIGHTU ed "up arid jfthrew- a -ray lof light si inc .rTPPT ' iiwiri' nniirne1 i.nr- i wiicic iuc uum. mjiaiiuwy LITTLE The Street ner was so maUjCwasgfeid'to eg out in-fliVdarksoltss'tayed in its lite) gjass hous'e. dllnightand just wektjqu in;tH.daytimeTi Howjevdr'ikqidf the- tiest, th'afit could at alulmesaVd-jjfeVer?- ing, just after arkvftejti ,the-Jjs his house, there ame;aitJ?;Tgirl running along:.. Wijji a'-dime-in her' hand. The'litrje crirfs Trja'mtria" girl kickfed khup andjran 4d again. :?:? :?&amp; 'JlS Sheh;ad nosboneTigpfre tnanfa little., StreetrgKtjr lp? V pDDeaitnq Jittie Doyv neer up j; It. "Ytfu s J l - 'j-rHi?Lr SpiCJ lic.-r'-x.t cnea tnerjjpue.3i?ccia-.igi manwHVfcQmelbngWd-taTceyou was very poor and' a dime seemed .av large sumfin hreyes, so 'the little girl felt very-proud that she was trusted. with sosmuch-money As she came, s...
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 November 1911
and shine as big as I can, I do quite a bit of good m the' world. I've saved, a 'little girl's supper and sent a lost little boy home. I'm glad I'm a little Street Light." "Didn't somebody say some- ' .thing about a funny kind of a 'faifystory?" asked Fizziwig. '"That's so," admitted the Storymah. "Havef you ever heard oi the Film-Fairy? No? Well, she appears to be a fairy of modern methods. She doesn't have a wand -and.she-doesn't appear1" to people, , but she makes people appear to r themselves. , "Some folks say that the Film- , Fairy doesn't exist at all . (but vthat has always been said about fairies;-hasn't it?) but that people hypnotize themselves arid" imagine things. "Have you ever seen a hypnotist wmikfi1 You kriow he makes peopleth'inlTjthey are nt themselves pus them into-a sort of a day-dream. One of the commonestsways of hypnotizing is to get a persqn to 'look at a hright object and perhaps you have heard o'f crystal-gazers who pretend toutell fortunes by looking into'...
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 November 1911
VR!ll!P!lV9S7"!PaPPiPP!,9Vf!,rn ) j of a strike o fhe .shopmen on the road. A strike vote'a'mong the different trades has -empowered the federation' officers rto order a walk-out if the company, refuses , to "recede. from. the'position itthas taken .on the, question-.oi working rules and wages. - " " THE TEMPERATURE '-AND VENTILATION. : By Dr.'W.'C. Cotton,; m!D. ' Never Jet the temperature' of living room go above 70.- - Plenty of fresh air and as' little steam heat as possible. - ,";' Don't double sash' ,vpur bedrooms. ,1" . 7 ' , 7 .. , The double sashed-window is I i all right ior hying rooms in very cold climates, hut under no circumstances, should the windows of bedroonfs be dquble sa'shed, as the double' window makes' it impossible to secure the ventilation necessary for a sleeping room. ' , ,-,-'. ' Windows thai are used f9r ventilation in, winter should " be equipped with deflectors. ' A deflector is a board set on. edge on the inner window sill 'to ydefle.ct the incoming c...
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 November 1911
,:3 . AN AMUSING SCENE IN TRIPOLI Italian Soldier Bargaining with Tripolitans. . The Kansas Way! Competition."ued4;o be the life of trade, but Kansas has decided that it is such no longer, at leat .in the banking business.. A recent law gives the state the right to deny a charter to a new bank- if, in the opinion of the proper official, such bank will merely divide the, business of existing institutions already giving ample accommodation to the public. tf We are silently evolving a new wdrld and competition is being . left out of it. Rockefeller didn't dodge the process-server with the steel suit documents. JnvitecT him.to dinner instead. Say, the old mantis breaking up, isn't' he?
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 November 1911
m kmrnfmrmmnmrniJ n,w m mmmimmmmv m . i ' m r " " . .' U"1' rprrzrT ---. "- "'VJ' "T J'-T-T i ' ?-' 5,T- OSCAIA' BEGUIER3(&amp;;CHINESE LAtf NBRYMEN NO VONEEYOU. ClIJHto jGET DOSE Stfif?I&amp;! 'NQkyONCeR yoy ; yoo HlJpRHriEpXFOR Der. MCHp?XyAnr'urD He 8 ' i ... j- ii NOW J-.viuJi.3)eRe-wJW 3&amp;t iapSHcRTiV iNi?ek first i V Or CjOWKSe.DER' UlN? 1SS TOeOOT- 7J i 5UR-. 2QJ!3 IO '7 ' ,' , r tr ' nq r flmrfaiv titr JJ A rf-y U J ..,' iiiiiiiiiiM 1 . ti -t
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 November 1911
YESS l AM - NOX "SUKSRISSO ADTXJT, OS3R, Birr i don'o qojte: uNTDeft,STANT WHY YOU Q3T A DIFFERENT EYE CLACKED liVl -i mum r --t- ( . . w. . lw, vv,-, 1 . IV ;.-' OH.DOT I3S BW - CHflNQCD hands:: Jo BAD DAY FOR BOSSES THROUGHOUT COUNTRY; 'LOCAL AND GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS Tuesday's' election showed a popular uprising against political "bosses' Both Roger Sullivan-and Loninefr were beaten in Chicago. The Penrose-Vare-McNichol jnachinevas smashed in Philadelphia. The George- B. Cox machine, supported by .President Taft, lost to the bitterest 'opponent in Cin-! cinnati. - Senators Lodge and Crane met "defeat in Massachusetts. "Bosses" "Murphy, Cassidy and McCooey, of "Greater New York,, either were beaten 'of fwon by such narrow margins as greatly to reduce their power; George W. Aldridge, Rochester., "boss," won his fight. ' i THE PEOPLE WIN IN OHIO Ohio yesterday elected delegates to a constitutional convention which will make 'a new con- " stitution. ' Over half jof the delegates e...
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 November 1911
i - rp-.t m TrTTxtTPrt'Trrrrr? vu yas elected, mayor of -Tojedo-for the fourth time. ' k Newton Baker, first lieutenant of the late Tom h". Johnson overwhelming elected mayor of Cleveland. Henry T." Hunt, Democrat, elected mayor of Cincinnati, beating Boss Cox's candidate who had been publicly endorsed by Taft... ,; Cfeyeland by vote 50;pp0 to 20,0Q0jdecided to build an electric lighting plant r ; v 1 ,' . LocaTElection Results.' fudges of Superior' Court: -I M. A. KavanaWh. W.-H. Mc- Surely, H. V. Freeman, Albert'C Barnes,. Hugo Pam, C. M. Foell,' Republicans ; Joseph H. Fitch, M. L. McKinleyC N. Goodwin, Dennis' E, Sullivan, Democrats. r Judge of Circuit Court: rjohn.JE. 'McGoorty,. Democrat Little ballot-propositions: Bridge bond issue carried-r, 284 majority. City judgment "bond issue carried 52,417 majority. West Park bond-issue carried -rrl 3,592 majority. . Municipal court amendment No 1 defeated 35,339 majority. .. Municipal court amendment No. 2 -defeated 43,150 majority. G...
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 November 1911
HOLDING COURT-AT MRS; VERMILYA'S BEDSIDE Louise Vermilya? and son Frank Brinkamp, who on deathbed, told mother to bring in her friend,' Undertaker Boysen, and have 'him finish the job she had begun. "- Scene in ."Death Chamber" of Vermilya flat, atarraignment of Mrs. Vermilya for murder of Bissonette. 1, Mrs. Vermilya; 2, Capt. of police Harding; 3," Detective FJynn; 4, Judge Walker: 5, Jes. R. Burres. MPtwaBKiSl H .If MiBM i - i-vnA-V yvAAiAa' . X V-ti MM
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 November 1911
wmmmvmsmsmmmssmm if',.-!".' m it' oEVERYsiNDICATION-IN VERMILYA'CASE POINTS Tp " 3f DISEASEfCASE NOT BIKE THAT OE BELLE GUNNESS o'day'! 's Developments in ,. t Verjnilya Poisoning-Case ci Coroner Hoffmapgoes to Crystal Lake tp exhurnebodyjof'GJas. Vermilya rfeconcl' husband of accused woman.. ' ''"Wf -''"r i Police "Lieutenant Ernest Smith, Town ,Hair,station,copIfirms belief 'of 'S.ei-gf Stvnefr'thafr .Mrs. VerniilyaafentiedJ trial -"of Johann 'Ijloch" daily.'' '--r -w Dr.'L.-E.Hrkel 'who sigpedt "death certificate V -RichVtaHT. Smifh. says'he'beiieves'nfith was :M j1- . "- .iu-..r. -M .'?. IJUI3U11C11. I ' ' i 1 ' ' m. i Brqfier-m-law .Jk" of ' Fred Brin- poispmqg. ,, j - ' : t - -'. Police-invesj4gatj.on JntoJnsuc-, ante companies wijwnfCjr-iHTS, 'Vermilya .was coftnected ijegunr Police -following trailugf . ?Rep-' per bo:" . ' ?:,'. CoVoner 'P.eter $.'If ditipa'n an'd !city detectives' leftTCfiicago'toclay -for CrystarLakewhVre is buried the body of Charle&amp;v yermilya...