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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 November 1911

help her." .".". Dr. Thomas Hogan, the 'jail physician, examined her in the morning. "Mrs. Vermilya' still is "very weak," he said. "But I do not think she is in danger any longer, I think the effects of the arsenic she swallowed Saturday have practically passed off, and . that tht present state is ,more the result of nervous hysteria than anything else." Then in the 'morning, - Joseph R.,Burres, Mrs. Vermilya's attorney, and her sister, Laura Buckholz, called on her. The attorney put things very plainly to the woman. He asked her'What she would do if the bod ies of Richard T. Smith, Frank Brinkamp and Charles Vermilya were exhumed. Mrs. Vermilya does not know that two of the bodies are already tinder the microscopes of experts. . "I shal do nothing," she answered her attorney. "If poison should be found in any of these bodies, I sohuld be as surprised as I was when they told me of the arsenic in Bissonette's body. - ' "When I have recovered my health, I shall make a statement that ...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 November 1911

Kig-yypf ;:SGENE?0FBEEGffiD-ITALIAN;CRUELTIES The.greater part of this oasis is held by Tucks andA.rabsv It-is the'pa'rtr containing .the natural food supplies, and -the Italians .are forced to subsist pnxfppd"hrougtit' from Italy. Thrspicture sho.ws"a Turkish rprt onithe,pa"sis. ' The' Italians are cutting down thepalfn tre,es as jfasbas possible so they will not serve as hiding places ifor, the. enemy. . - - ; ;, , , - ' -".- SchoorGirl:Killedby Autp, Ethel :Degerman,-aged 16, stu dent ..at Lake-View high, school, was-run dpwn,.and killed .today,at N. Clark and Leland by an autompbile.' owned and operated. by.Jamqs:R..Bake!r, 124j3JForestay.enue, Eva'nstonl . . - '. - The. girl wais ... crossing' the stfeet'on her way to ;s,chool,;and, stepped-n -front: of' the machine. She was removed., tip, the';Rayens.- jt Baker was, taken to 'the Town ;Hall police station,. and released oh;his own recognizance. , Miss .Degerxnanwas a daughter qf-Ax?l Degerman, 1240-L'aw- rence -avenue. Captain...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 November 1911

NEWS FROM O VER THE WIRE 1 Mrs. Anna Bergeiy Evansville, Ind., hugged one of jier boarders in theater. Paid SI andTcqsts in police court. T .Chas Bremer and J. H. Jacoby went into Wisconsin woods without compass. Four days starvation. , , s Clyde W. Walsh, 160 pounds, Minneapolis, wants kind court to give him' divorce from. Anna L. Walsh, 200 pounds. Says Annie conducts arguments with mule whip. ' Where is the Sullivan of yesterday? v - OUR MORTUARY " Martin Rise, Fairwiev, S. DHe smoked in led. 1 Bos Cox Cincinnati. Ballotitis. ' t , William Judicial-Temperament iTaft. He came out for Cox. Calla Olson, Hallock, Minn. Calla started- a fire with kerosene. Yes, she did. John Wetterer cast a vote in Cincinnati. Heart disease. Probably a republican vote. We had one of these in Chicago. Mrs. Sarah Cordelia Havemeyer, 70 years old, N. Y. Window of her room was left open. It was on the eighth .story. Margaret Wood, 18, Winnipauk, Conn. Got in part of woods where Timothy O'Neil, -15 was hun...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 November 1911

' ".jgwRSSuuM " ujiimmiMumjmmmmsmmmmmmm nocence, Lee O'Neill Browne, just what is meant by "legislative jackpot?" "Northwest Flourmakers Are Pleased By Ruling On Law." Headline in morning paper. Wonder what's wrong with that ruling.' Dr. Chas. W. Elliot, former piesident of Harvard, says football-is more .dangerous than prize fighting. We've been noticing it, Chas Wm. Ludwig and Fred James, Sterling III., fought fist duel, for hand of Lena Amsden. While James was beating Ludwig into Unconsciousness for which he will answer to police Lena eloped with John filler. "Pure Food" Wiley mistook candy for sausage at Washington retail grocers pure food show. Maybe Wiley's eyes need attention, but still we don't want any of that-candy. SupremejCourt of -U. S., that "highest judicial body in the world," ,today is occupied in deciding if sponges are "undesirable citizens." We mention this because some people wonder what our Supreme Court 'does besides remitting fines of corporations and inserti...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ed like a boot, seems' fo Have. kicked a top. hat, beneath which a package of dynamite "was concealed. WeUj.ypuputthejud'gesonthe bench"yo'urself. English, court awarded Mrs. Mabel Louisa Atherton one farthing damages in slander suit A farthing is half a cent. ' Taft now understands what' he meant-when he spoke-of fhe danger of a "popular majority." WuTingrfang, -that bland dip- , lomat, -having joined rebels, seems, to be leading.them. 50 El Paso women kept secret STATE'S FIGHTER. IN ..THE -M'NAMARA CASE of marriage' of Arthur H. Jones r and Virgin iaHarris for .one week., StilLwe don't Jell our .wives, everything, j x N. Y. police just got on to, about I $600,000 worth of pretty hartdr!') painted checks that have been. passed in different'.parts-of country Result of elections: Democrats carry (put in: the place vour-t self). " : That classic- saying,. "Who struck -Billy Patterson?" will now give way to, "Who refused to bury the VG. O. P.?" . . o- attacks by the 'de...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 8 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmt ' THETIRISONER'ATITHE BAR ';,Vc - I - . Tt'is an4vfut5tfiing for a nrantpke. .tried' fpr his'slife JnUKfe. presence of 'a world "that' has convicted fijm-in advance. It is all, but hopeless for a man in snch -a rgredicament'to attempt Jto wash clean the'jury's ntind and make it entirely jblarik, .ready to receive and weigh the actual evidence for' and;Lagaist-him - This is abput .the. present, sjtuatjorr of theRey. Richesorf,,accused of the murder of Avis'LinnelHn Boston. - ; f , : The cfiaiii of circumstantial .evidence wovenby thepoljce has been freely published throughout theqfld.-'Qnthje strength qf it, the accused has been hanged5 infeffigy-jafthe hbme"ofv:ppdr'AvisLinnell and denounced as murderer. by ajiy,-n?illion tongues. The advice' of-his own lawyer is: "Don't" sayajvijard. to disclose. your 'defense." He merely says: "I am.ipnocentl'.pHis own leather; and 'the father of the ybung -woman whom 'he' .was to h'aye married on Qctober 31, stand by him with, their ;...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 9 November 1911

f. & THE DAY BOOK 5Q0:SQ.PEORIAST., 398 '' 'TEL. MONROE 353 Chicago,1 Thursday," Noyember 9,1911. " . - HEAVY HAND OF-UNCLESAM-COMES DOWN ON yiOLATC)R'S OFjTHE WHITE SLAVE LAW vr . ' ., i . ' i l . Disclosures Made ky the .Chicago ),Vice Commission May. Lead- to a Wastf Improvement of- Vice Conditions in Chicago-But 'There is Much Mote the Local " ' Authorities. Cah'Do. ' V . " 'While the local police 'department has been mussing-thmgs r up in. the;leyee'and Vcattering'yice where it wouldn't. be noticeable .to thejiiaked eye,' Uncle' Samha's stepped inan'd tackled-, one of the cAiles of vice? Wine nf-tfip'shnrrfis nfsimnlv. . w cAiles of vice? Wine nf.thp'shiirrfts 'nfsimnlv. 'he arresVby U. S.'deputy "marshals lof" "Dutph" Heitler, ! - bf othlrf ',Kke de Pike" Heitler;ahd Charles Hirsh,. oneof hisJ " lieutenants, for violation of. the federal, law prohibiting trafficking in, vomen, looks as if Uncle Sam. means business. The specTfic charge' is that Jh'ese "men" sent 'si...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 9 November 1911

recommended for their efficiency and reliability, were placed in the field. The full results of their findings it is impossible to publish; first, because of the volume and, second, because of their unprintable character." v One of the evils investigated by these experts 'and reported on by the Commission was the White Slave Traffic. In one section, the report says: "White Slave Traffic The subject of the so-called White Slave Traffic has attracted much attention throughout this'and foreign . m cuuuuica. j. 11c ici in vviiiuc ijmvc is et iiiiouuiiici. -n.a a uiaiici ui fact, the traffic is not confined to white girls, but to all unfortunate girls and women of all colors, races and nationalities. The use of this term, however, is authorized by the National Government, and was incorporated in the international law on tbfe subject. A 'White' Slaver' in reality is a man who employs men or women, or goes out himself to secure girls upon some false pretense, or misrepresentation, or when ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 9 November 1911

m WAITERS IN SALOONS AND RESTAURANTS, MANAGERS AND EMPLOYES IN THEATERS, NICKEL SHOWS, PENNY PICTURE ARCADES, EMPLOYERS, FLOOR WALKERS AND INSPECTORS IN STORES AND SHOPS, KEEPERS OF EMPLOYMENT OFFICES, HACKMEN, EXPRESSMEN AND RUNNERS AT RAILWAY STATIONS AND BOAT LANDINGS, MIDWIVES AND DOCTORS, FORTUNE TELLERS, CADETS, KEEPERS AND ATTENDANTS IN FLATS, CALLHOUSES, DISORDERLY SALOONS, AND HOUSES OF PROSTITUTION. ' "They work through advertisements in newspapers published in foreign- languages as well as in English, rest rooms -in department stores and even at the counters in certain departments ; at theaters, especially on amateur 'nights; at employment agencies, including those connected with mercantile and -industrial establishments, and in many other ways. The general delivery of the postoffice is both used"and watched as a secret and safe way of spotting inveighling and trapping young girls., , "Ce) The inquiry in Chicago regarding white slavery, or the involuntary participation in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 9 November 1911

'JV -iST) off- the place the landlord, -agent, janilor, amusement deafer, keeper, procurer, druggist, physician,, midwife, police officer, arid politician; those who profit off the children employers, procurers, and, public service corpora'tions ; those who deal in the futures, or vice publishers, manufacturers and vendors of vicious pictures and articles; those who exploit the unemployed the employment agent and employers; a group of no less than nineteen middlemen, who are profit-sharers in vice.' " Of 'course the government officials-can only go as far as the federallaw against white slavery will permit. But they will have, shown local officials the way; and there is much these'locai officials can do that the federal officials can't do, for there are state laws and city ordinances which give the police all the authority they need to strike at this particular bfanch of the "business." , The report of the Vice Commission will be very helpful tota mayor who is determined to use all ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 9 November 1911

LOUISE 'VERMILYA, 'UGLY AND SQUAT, DREW MEN - BY MENTAL POWER AND SUBTLE FLATTERY " Louise Woman Writer Says Secret of , Vermilya V Fas'cihation for 'Men of "All Conditions arid ''and. Ages Lies. in Her Mentality. "'- ' " . x 'By Eloise Mortimer. ' vConsider4,the loves of Vermilya. "" --. Fred Brinkamp, her fit;s't husband. ''''".'. Charles Vermilya, . her second .fiuspapd. ' '-,'."'' .'Richard T. Smith, 'the "rail road conductor, who ,vas 'ehgagedto marry, her when he died suddenly and. mysteriously.' - J' -Arthur Bissonette, the policeman, for whom Mrs. Vermilya exercised so great a fascination that for'her he gave up his' 'country sweetheart, Lydia Rivard. " ' The Undertaker, Charles C. Boysen, who' denies he ever was intimate with Mrs. Vermilya; but whose denial is given thclieby writing in Mrs. Vermilya's own tiand." -And, last actor to appear in the moving drama that is -the life, of Lotuse, Vervilya, Jayson Ruppert, railroad employe.- Ruppert was a frequent visitor to. the Ve...

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

WEST tp&sy ir-rww m your sister would be pretty. v "After I saw you, I knew that all belonging to you would look pretty fine. I mean this. Don't "sit back in your chair and ha, ha! "I wish you would drop your "going away trip. It would make things so lonesome tor me But whatever suits you, dear, will be satisfactory to me '- "Y-oti speaf of Eldon (Bruing- . ton's son), Tom . I hope you feel that I shall love Eldon as any wpman would, and that I shall make home as pleasant for him as ,1 can I hope that Eldon will sjtay.in our home, with poor Lou, as lpng as ever he wants to. I -think you ought to make arrangements so Eldon could always have a home with us." Are these ordinary letters to , come, from a woman forty years old? Is the subtle flattery contained .in every sentence what one would expect in the letters of an elderly widow to such a man as Bruington? There-can be but one answer to these questions. The letters are not ordinary. .-They are very extraordinary Even if...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 9 November 1911

7"' "" GIRL'S DISAPPEARANCE ' PUZZLES' THE- POLICE Si - ,' ' 1 yz Scent Elopement of White Slav-Vry-Her iFiance" Leads Off ' cersvin Search Is MissHazer "A. Whitejof Janesville, Wis. whp'disppeared. from ' the Y. W. X. A.home.pp Michigan5' avenue the Victim of white slayers'?" or"; i ' Has"sJietjilted"herfin'ance); Robert J. Taylora stju'dent' atrMe Kansas" Agricultural -college, 'ana eloped with another man?s,., ' Police' are' working'on .both theories in afearchWor the'miss1 ing girl, who left thVMicbJgan avenue p(ace several daysagp, saying 'she intended to move to 1447 E.'56th street. ' "." , , Unquestionablythereuslaecond man' m the 'casje. Hipa-ft'is mysterious, - hut he appeared -in conn gctipn with a letter containing$6S Taylor sent to Mj'ss .White. , The money was received attle Y. W. C A., and a notS seat tp the address Miss White had -given telling hereof 'it - That, afternoon a well-dressed jyoupg man called fqr the letter. Theiauthorities refused to give itto him;'and h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 9 November 1911

j OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE . I , 1 -" j fn NOT.RT.RLl STRONG FOR THIS BEfWTY 3qQT0ft Biszv&ss m the table whwe ih .ERTlfiKn .BUT'tSlNQE YOU WANT -Ft FRCB ' i ri- . t.tttu lit upt n lASiu rtpasfT&c so' Bfig. war ill nc.Lr 'vif f . '1 " ' " "" o- GIRL TELLS-OF EFFORS TO POISON PARENTS Northwood, IaifNov. 9. After hours of cross examination Miss Marean 'Rhodenbaugh, 15, was unshaken, -in her Story that she had, at the behest xi her sister, Mrs. Etta Larson, placed paris green in the family coffee pot five differenttimes in the past year ice an effort to poison'their parents,1 Mr. and Mrs. Dbuglas Rhideribaugh.' The defense, is endeavoring to keep from the jury letters said to have been written by Mrs. Larson to Miss Rhodenbaugh, threatening her if she, told of the attempts.

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 9 November 1911

PROBABLY FILL VACANT SEATS BY SATURDAY Se'qpnd Exercising of Peremptory Challenges in McNamara. - Case Will Then be -Begun. 1 Los Angeles, 'Nov. " 9. With Brewster C. -Kenyon, a; -millionaire oil operator passed for cause by both sides, and the state about ready to accept J B. Sexton, a very wealthy orange grower who had previously been passed by the defense, the prospects were good, ' when the McNamara 'case was continued today, that the nine seats still vacant, would be filled wfthin the weelc and the second exercising of peremptory challenges would be begun. 'The de fense still has -16 pereniptories and the stafe eight. , ' ' ' ' Kenyon 'is ralni6st certain' to're- main permanently, as h'eis high 1 type. ie is an -educated- man, a former major jn the. Spanish war and . plainly 'impartial. He told Darrow he had-had no great opinion of General Otis, or was he impressed with his worth' as a citizen and he toJd-the state his prejudice against Otis would not. make .him , biased agains...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 9 November 1911

0 'BHBEi Vi3M -&, f LOCAL POLICE PRY INTO ANOTHER MURDER" DEAL " CIRCUMSTANCES PARALLEL' TO' VERMILYA CASE Coroner Holding' InquestThis Afternoon. Into the Death of John Quinn Warrant - for Wife's Arrest May follow Lost Two Other . Husbands Since190L Investigation of the murder of John M. Quinn, 11050 Michfgan avenue, shows, according to the police, a remarkable parallel between the lives of his widow" and that of Louise Vermirya, alleged to have poisoned nine persons. A warrant for her arrest on the charge of murder may follow the coroner's inquest this afternoon. At the time of Quinn's death his wife said he had been shot by a burglar while- he slept. The burglar theory was weakened by the finding of Quinn's watch and $200 under his pillow, and nothing in the house was disturbed. Further investigations were made, and the police found a revolver with one empty chamber under a bathtub. This was alleged to have belonged to one of the boarders. He told the police that when...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 9 November 1911

r $; T?fi0Z$fr' .Mrs. Qninri'will-be confrortte'd afthe inquestfthfc afternoon with Gharles- A. :: Thorpe?-, son of her firstjiusband... ,t V '. J 'He'has informed - the police f that' his father's ' mother, who lived witKlh'eY son-and daughter-in-law, 3ie4a.ewj weeks r before the 'former, "wasshqt- -"- Mrs: Quinn, h&S'-stick' to her oriinaltQry''of the shqoting of Quipn fhrough''alI"jque5tionings. of 'the police: - She,' says- that she saw-the murderer, as he fled from the' room Other boarders, fn the hUse, sleejnrig inj' adjoining rooms, head the shot," but saw no oneeave'the premises. "Interrbgatejd' about the deaths of Thorpe and -M cDonnell, Mrs. Quinn refused tp answer question?. . " ' The police say that 4 after her arrest sHe m3.de an' effort to conceal "the fact" of' herfmarriage to Thorpe. ' Th'is is considered significant, as his deafli was. the only'one"in which an investigation'." was ., made , as a result of wthichsKe was field ,fpr several days. ' - '. -; ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 9 November 1911

h. J 31 2 &' SEE GETS PENITENTIARY" " ' SENTENCE "Women in Court Sigh in. Pity When Judge says, "One to Five Years" Men Growl Approval. -Eyelyn Arthur See, founder of the cult of "Absolute Life' and convicted of contributing to the 'delinquencyof Mildred Bridges, a minor, was today sentenced by Judge Hphore to from one to five years in the penitentiary. See's attorney was given thirty jdays in. which to make an appeal. r See, has been out on bond, .which .was canceled when he was sentenced, and he will probably remain in jail until the" appeal is carried 'tp the higher -courts. . - The- scene in Judge ' Honore's Courtroom was dramatic "when See arose to have sentence passed upon him. . ' The room was , crowded with jiis.-disciples, mainly women,-who 'believed in his "teachings and in 'his innocence in spite of there- , vol ting practices of the culbtesti--fied ,to,. and .the immoral atmosphere surrounding his girlish con verts. There -were men-in the court also. Big, str...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 9 November 1911

fFQjihjsgtiti'ilng i$eaf,tjieenpghi blfijiiogjljajvjJtEe- whijtfr febjeelpth axterit'ha j 'Wifi vvim;u' i. IjTiX. crj'iJL,lH tfAS v,5iv',V &t&f w ally bEusHmcr'QfcJthfe gqodlquinine, hair pnifTjrTjg sefefqqdjtron B;offepafape4y arfktlpwnl;plixsicil eoj&itlpji rgueh- aofesibjean4je;ajtonic: ainoniawilC fenioye :?it -tfejnplar-anl:?;f)'dtf a hijfcuj); ofalTaTqestairfed' porJicnroVjCxboyh. alfbibgthsp:am,bth,riQWH. Repeat rocss7urti J itain has disappeared: , .J-,..-' . :-" " ;'". -3i- re , ? - - n. i- .' 'Howc'affT rid " the - house 'of apfji.L?:s: .c ; ; : f - - a 'Patlittl'e 'disjHes t(f "'poison rfy'p&per Sjjhut the'HqusefmrVKeir favorite' Jiaunts. .Be "especafjy cafeful' iftjere aref, children in ,tKe-house '-and' keep'tHeni' away frra:tHedisht"s:rV"' "v Give -recipe' for a'rrowrobTpu'd-ding-fbrrah invalid. Readerl1-" Al-MixTprie tablespobhlarro wfodt wifKuo'rie tab1espb'ori',co1d milk. Plrt-orie-pint7of milk on the stbve"in double? ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 9 November 1911

s$i h 3' 5. WATCH THIS MAN! 'Out of the maze of neyvs that is coming" ouiof China in these days of revolt nothing has-been more cheering and promising than the 'word that comes, to the effect that jWu Ting-iang has cast his lot witn tne progressives. "Wu Ting-fang is a host in himself. He. ist learned, and moreover he iS-wise. He is enlighten- We willvnot rest assured that Doctor "Wu 'will come out of the mess right side up with carev We haven't forgot howhe used to put it over United tates reporters who went to interview him hoiv he" would interview the reporters from the. jump so eagerly that " they couldn't get f questions in edgewise. ? Bfe sure' Dr. Wu khowsa thiqg or two. )- And watch him. When the star of China joins the republican constellation look for the narrie of Wu Ting-fang among the leaders" of "the new order. You will not look in vain. " WuTing-fang. ed yet 'cautious. He is ever for the advance, but he.never forgets to walk circumspectly. Tnaword he is an eminently u...

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