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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 10 November 1911

WsWWBHH "THE SUPERINTENDENT OF (X985e) DEPARTMENT STORE MISTREATED HIS STENOGRAPHER. SHE WAS A VERY GOOD LOOKING GIRL, JUST FROM THE COUNTRY, AND BOARDED AT THE Y. W. C. A. AFTER HER DOWNFALL,.SHE LEFT THE STORE, AND WAS FINALLY PUT OUT OF THIS CHARITABLE AND RELIGIOUS INSTITUTION. THE SUPERINTENDENT PROVED TO BE A CIGARETTE FIEND, AND FINALLY COMMITTED SUICIDE IN DENVER. THE GIRL LIVED WITH THIS MAN AFTER HER TROUBLE. THE LAST TIME SHE WAS SEEN BY A FRIEND, SHE WAS ABOUT TO LEAVE THE CITY, SAYING SHE WAS GOING TO KILL HERSELF SOON. "A MATRON AT 'ONE OF THE LARGE DEPARTMENT STORES ONCE TOLD A SALESGIRL SHE WAS FOOLISH TO WORK THEREAS SHE COULD MAKE MONEY EASIER IN THE 'SPORTING LIFE.' ABOUT TWO WEEKS LATER THIS GIRL RESIGNED, AND WAS FOUND BY A DETECTIVE FROM THIS STORE IN A BASEMENT SALOON ON MADISON STREET." What chance has an innocent girl got when, inorder to earn a living no, a beggarly existence she has to go up against a fierce game like that? ' To begin with, she must need a...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 10 November 1911

OUTBURSTS OF -EVERETT TRUE NOW SCt ?- WANT YOU TO CUT OUT THIS 'SHOP' G-flB.'f WHENEVER I MEET YOU THE ONLY THIN& YOU TRLH ABOUT IS BUSINESS MD h THED OF IT !! 06 OLD WIVES' TALES By Dr. W. C. Cotton, M. D. Don't listen to any old wives' tales about it being better for baby to have measles and other children's diseases while young, rather than run the risk of suffering severe attacks when older. If a child can be brought up without ever having had any of the common contagious diseases of children, so. much the better. It is especially desirable that baby be protected from measles and whooping cough till the second summer is past. These diseases afijm,giCjE5,dang-QrQU$uto.the nurs ing child than diphtheria or scarlet fever. The "best rule -to follow in this regard is : Never take your child where there is a child sick with any disease whatever. A baby can catch, cold, pneumonia and possibly bow.el trou-: ble.from other children. Lord Kitchener enthusiastically received in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 10 November 1911

mmmmmmmmsmmmm LOUISE VERMILYA MAY DIE OF HEART DISEASE AT " ANY MOMENT; .UNDERTAKER BOYSEN SUMMONED Weak Points in Woman's Statement of Own Defense Mrs. Vermilya Lived With Smith as -, His Wife. ' HOWR. T. SMITH DIED "I found Smith on his'hands and knees. - - ,', "Soon Dr. L. L Herteharrived. V , - ' . "He went into the room where Smith lay. He 'felt his pulse; then whispered someto Mrs. Vermilya. I could not hear what he said. I said: . " 'Doctor, aren't you .going to do something for this man? He has been lying that way half an hour!' , "And the doctor said: " 'Yes "-get an undertaker!' " From affidavit of Mrs. L. Maisack, 2908 Vernon avenue. Louise Vermilya -is suffering from heart disease. She may die at any minute. Another such fainting spell as she suffered after telling her story yesterday almost certainly will mean her death. g This is the announcement of ' Dr. Bert J. Montgomery, assistant jail physician. The officials at the jail confess themselves unable to explain Mrs. V...

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

-day that sh6 is hardly- able to move her arms orlegs. She is -becoming terribly emaciated from the effects of her long fast -"Mrs. Vermilya's heart is not working right," said Dr. Montgomery today. "There is some valvular trouble. If the heart is called on to do extra work as it was yesterday during her fainting spell, it may prove fatal. "There would be no danger if the woman's heart were in normal condition. But it isn't. Far from it. And moreover, she herself is not in normal condition. No one can go without food for days and not pay a terrible price in weakness. She may die any moment." Sometime today, the experts who have been analyzing the viscerae of Richard T. Smith and Frank Brinkamp will make a report of their findings to the coroner. Coroner Hoffman, who today returned from Crystal Lake, is satisfied that that report will be that large quantities of poison were found in the bodies. Qf his trip to Crystal Lake, Coroner Hoffman will say nothing except that he had unearthed...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 10 November 1911

JUXI '' gPI") about their business relations.. The "affidavits ,"" brought "'back from Crystal akeiby Detective Hesster all mentipn'.JJoys.en's.part in the mpyipg tragedy of Mrs. Vermilya's life. , , . ' These affidavits were itnadei by John P. Sughrua, .perfeqt'of Nun? 0 da Lodge No. 382, Mystfc Workers of the. World ;.W- B. Wilbur, sepretaryuQf the 'lodgejcand.iDr. Harry D; Bullmedical examiner, - All of them-say that.Bpysen was with Mrs Vermilya when! she collected theinsurance'moqey On Frank Brinkamp's- life.' 'AU'qf them say-that Mrs. Vermilya "had no trouble in getting Boysen tp sign a release of all claims against the estate.- ' -In the. hands of N Assistant State's Attorney Burnn.amisthe most extraordinary affidavitof all those that figure'in the'case. This affidavit was sworn to by Mrs. L. M. Maisack,'2908 Vernon avenue. - Mrs. Maisackj. roomed" .with Mrs. Vermijya" at thee House? of Death up to the time of the coming of Arthur Bissonette. "Theq she was ordered to give-up h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 10 November 1911

wmmmmmmmm Jable at both meals. Arthur Bissonette, sr., has no doubt about the matter. He remembers eating atthe Vermilya flat the day his son. died. Mrs. Vermilya herself cooked eggs for him. The black pepper box was on the table. He used it. Shortly afterwards he was seized with cramps. Bissonette, sr., also recalls clearly the efforts of Boysen to get the dead body of his son, and the manner in which Mrs. Vermilya urged that her undertaker friend be allowed to have. it. Want Result of Hearing Kept From Newspapers. - Lincoln Center.-Kan., Nov. 10. t-A petition was circulated here today asking that the trial of the fourteen young men arrested for the tarring and feathering of Miss Mary Chamberlain, set for Monday, be secret, and that the sending out of newspaper reports be prohibited for the honor of the community. ' Miss Chamberlain was taken frpm a buggy, stripped, tarred and feathered bv a crowd of men' who are said to have been angry over sdme remarks she made concerning a girl ...

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

utHV-1 ' J'V"1 "3' i.y,.nH iwr K LOUISE VERMILYA AND WHAT FAMOUS STUDENTS OF CRIME SAY ABOUT COLD CRUELTY OF WOMEN History Shows Women Criminals Are More Ingenious, . More Ferocious, More Diabolically Cruel Than Men. A terrible point of superiority in the female born criminal over the male lies in the refined, diabolical cruelty with which she accomplishes her crime. Lombroso. The perversity of woman ,is so great as to be incredible even to its victim. Caro. ' Feminine criminality is more cynical, more depraved, and more terrible than the criminality of the male. Rykere. No possible punishment can deter women from heaping crime upon crime. Their perversity of mind is more fertile in new crimes than the imagination of a judge in new punishments. Corrado Celto. The violence of the ocean waves or of devouring flames is terrible. Terrible is poverty bufwoman is more terrible man all else. Euripides. The cases of Louise Vermilya and Jane. Quinn have features that call to my mind some of ...

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

Xerxes did so. Amestris cut -off the woman's breasts, eats,' lips and tongue and threw them to the palace dogs. Then she sent the. mutilated, woman home. "Parysatis, the mother of Ar--taxerxes, caused the mother and sister of a rival to be buried alive, f , ""M.r.'R., a-case described by 'Ot-1 .tolenghi; was a thief, corrupter of youth, a blackmailer, and all this, at the,age of 17. "When only 12 she robbed her father. k At 15 she fled from home with a lover, whom she left almost at once for a vicious career. Louise Vermilya, while the rival herself she ordered cut to pieces. v "Ta-Ki, the mistress of the Emperor, Cheon-Sin, plunged him into vicious excesses, and when a rival appeared on the scene she had her killed and sent the "body, cut into pieces, to the murdered woman's father, whom she also "She was extremely vindictive on one occasion she conceived such a violent hatred for a rival that, enticing her into1 a cave, she poisoned her coffee and thus caused her death." Lombroso ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 10 November 1911

;"' '!' j w ''-i''j' "" V We have seen'that the normal woman naturally is less sensitive to pain than a man and compassion is the offspring of sensitiveness. "We also see that .women have marty traits in common with children; that their moral sense 'is deficient; that "they are, revengeful, jealous, inclined to vengeances of a refined, diabolical cruelty.'' "In ordinary- cases these . defectsjare1 neutralized : by piety, maternity, want of passion. . .'But when piety and maternal sentiments are wanting and in their places are 'strong passions and intensely erotic tendencies, it is clear that the innocuous- semicriminal present in the normal woman must be transformed into a born criminal more terrible than any man. ' , -WHAT TERRIBLE CRIMNALS CHILDREN WOULD BEIF THEY HAD-STRONG PASSIONS, MUSCULAR STRENGTH " AND SUFFIC I E N T INTELLIGENCE? AND IF,'MOREOV,ER, THEIR EVIL TENDENCIES WERE EXASPERATED BY A MORBID PSYCHICAL ACTIVITY? "And women are big children. Their evil tendencies are m...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 10 November 1911

.1 lll .f" I '"'(" ' smiles and womanly tenderness, asking the man whose death she sought if his food were flavored to his taste. , Think of her smiling and joking" as she passed to the man whose life she longed for, the deadly arsenic pepper box. Think of her "gloating as she saw it used. Think of her nursing the men she poisoned, and pretending to soothe the pain that she herself caused. Think of her plotting the death of her own son, "who always was so good to me," when that son -attempted to wed a second time. Think of her handing that son the insurance policy in her favor with the one hand and the'deadly pepper box with the other. Think of her ghoulish visits to the morgues where lay those who had died by her own hand. Is there, in all the red annals of the past, a better illustration for Lombroso's statements than this woman, who, last Saturday, weighed down by the terrible accusations of the police, herself asked for the pepper box and attempted to end her own life? And Jane ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 10 November 1911

1,1, , , I III Jill n.Jjr"i'v '" w- CYNTHIAGREY-'AIDTO ;-. ;; HOMEMAKERS ' - .What, kind of appjes'akcthe besbjdly,;andrgive recipe. A' ;G. f :&: vTanLand juicy-apples make the best; "jelly, t Quarter, them without? peeling'or - coring, 'arfjl drbp7them at orice"intoVcod wai'ter.Y.When they are. allready put tJje,'aples;ihtQthettje thpit 3ter, sirrinier-yeny slowly tutylj the 'juice'. floWs"'ffveety, 'anjicopk' UfYtil theaprplesv. are".tender.' Turn into Jellybag alnd' let- drip, Do not sqjjeeze:.tM'e'sqpe juice'ancirto eyjsrypjnt, o juice rallqw-a , poured of '..granulate'4,f-siigar. Boil'- .20 niiHuteseforif'sjjgarisi. acjdejj, skinjvadd' the vsgar!,q.nfll'stlr. un!tllt'dissoYycd, -bring to :bbil.tfijiri ffllrglafsgesir l""'fiK't ,'Please giye recipe for - appjte sajad.' Beedy. A'. Mix-2 cups tart apples a rid one cup celery, both cut fine, with French dressing arici,serve,on lettuce. Make. dressing with le"mp,n juice instea'd.ofvvihegar. ' " - What-'will 'remove stain...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 10 November 1911

mPmimmnm PHOIMHIMI Alt7"v' """" Txvr'rrTsc THREE WAYS TQ COOK CHICKEN. ' Chicken Pie Cut up chicken; place in hot w ater enough to cover, as it boils away add more, so as to have enough for the pie) and for plenty of gravy to serve with If, and boil until tender Line the lades of a pan with a rich buscuit ttougJb. a quarter of an inch thick, then fill with the chicken and a thick gravy well seasoned with Bait, pepper, and butter Lay a Eew pieces of bacon in. Cover with fe. trust and bake in a moderate liven one hour. Chicken En Casserole Wipe rffbuT-and-one-half pound tender lowl and cat in pieces for serving. Sprinkle with salt and pep per, spread generously with butter and .place en casserole. Add pne cupful of boiling water, put on cover and bake until chicken is tender; then add one cupful of creanvlwo cupfuls of fresh mushrooms-cat in pieces;-and one-ialf Cnpfuf of cooked peas. Again covin, amf copk"15 minutes.; Thicken pauce with one tablespoon of flour Bilutedwith cold water ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 10 November 1911

DtJiffiMSIlJV"rvSiiSSf, big u.:s.TOETrrv.7:Ti:i y. 57nMpg9HK j) WTC1CR.W0JD 'JtWOgymoqO- Duke. is not "a foreign nobieiman, but' he is the most popular mas'cot of. the "j&tlanticfie.et. He reviewed the bigJteet in the Hudson river from trie deck of the Dolphin, Novcxnbcr 2. . The Walnuts and The'.Wine'The food -question .is1 nicely j solved by London's' medical jour-j nal, the Lancet: - Jt tells." us thatj walnuts and port are the things.. '"Thirty large - walnuts .-cprrtain as much fat" "as two and three- tniarterSxpounxls;of lean beef," according :lo this authority. Port goes fine with the walnuts. For the advice, thanks : but the walnuts and-the ports? Are they ayailahle-aV the same economi-.cal.-cost?' -, , '

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 10 November 1911

H:-i'-W-!!i;-JJJ-iS-J--:t:J-yWJ',y,-w j-vmim rrwww SPILT MILK "What're ye coming' home with your milk pail empty for?" demanded the farmer. Didn't the old cow give anything?" "Yes," replied the boy; "nine quarts and one kick." HOW THE "SOLDIERS" OF PQRTUNEHRffl . we vice wpw OFF6R otm sennctes T-ttJ-M TO BffK H.CB'YOY Of CINA TO PUT DOWN JDfrR RftBGLUON. 1 VILC LET YJO DO OCR TALKING, A&O-Pjl, UMMSV IBW LET Y5 e R "Tkl UlUtS AtviJ m x She Changed Her Mini He "Would you scream if I were to kiss you?" She "Yes, of course, I Would." r (Silence). ' She-VGeorge " He "Yes. What is it?" She "F-father's deaf." She "Shall I have your lunch brought up to you here, dear?" Sea-sick Husband (feebly) -"No, love; have it thrown straight overboard. It will save time and trouble." S9!aj5 ijsj5 Doctor "Now that I've set your husband on his feet again, you must see that he gets more exercise." Patient's Wife "All right, doctor; 'this bill of yours will help. He'll be terribly exercised whe...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 10 November 1911

IKSKED IN AN INTERVIEW WITH THE VICEROY J- i ji 1 1 .fcCJJW, A&OU POT We jpaoer?tfie3 of fortune, rtVIU. LEAD HIS ARMY. MD.OtAY DOWN A ROLE RHS3DER MMP1?N. Vs A Role, lay :dowj jn - - 'S. aTN v.-irirniir - ju&.-pa: -.,.,. ? S S ' . ---l .jC'; .r -v If j Nt$nfl lMRcaioN. ivpwoER how X y--COM - T 4111 OUrK ff i '"Ul ' cL IWiL -gf!3rX35d. "IT"! . finish Ji I VNX T7WALL5t. n Sow nv tvp MOON WE ARE FORTUNE HUNTERS. w Vjuu MISLEAD YOOR ARMY, UNO, no i rcuuc, LAY I50WW JN DER CAMPAIGN. Vig AJ' 23 i

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 10 November 1911

npnpmmipiftiipppm mbSi&rti $ I;'iIiattiliidc6,.Ca-; l' '?. fellow .'and teirme -Whit's 'your Nopne shairmirt you - THE GROUCHY'-PAPA ' PART II. "7 Seeing 'a'small boy in a blUc coat with brass buttons laughing at .him, the Grouchy Papa sfrqde over to the ijrchin and said, 'qok here;' if .yqu'tl catgh, "th'at '!$$ monkey. who' just jumped on me, I'll give you a dime." v "Oh-ho-ha, ha-ha-ha. go home to your.ma,"'said the blue-coated bpy, as he walked away. "Well, this beatvW," exclaimed the Grouchy Papa, and ijust then- he heard 'a. nnniber-of chilr dren calling. "The President! the President!" anxl a team 'Qf Shetland ponies came down the street, pulling a small- -cart,, in N which sat a sober-looking 'boy of about ten. The ponies we're driv- , en by a little darkey boy'in livery andrsmaller-.boys rode.at.the side, of the cart, bearing swoid and air-rifles and riding o'the- ponies. ('Sayj boy," said Grouchy Papa, , steppirtg into the street, "If you're President of this I...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 10 November 1911

mmmmmmmmm w wmmmmmm mama calls me Miss Pert for it," confessed Wee.dlepipes. " : "That makes a fine little title for your story. You can tell us tomorrow How Miss Pert Became Miss Ex-Pert." WEATHER CALENDAR FOR THE CHILDREN Thirty days hath September, April, June and November; ' All the rest have thirty-one; February twenty-eight alone. Except in leap-year, at which time "February's days are twenty-nine. Probably you have already taught your children this ocld rhyme. In case some one has forgotten to do so here is the rhyme S.vfcf T """lii to remind you. It is the best sort of help to children in remembering the days of the month. A good way to call their attention to -the succession of months through the year, and to the "weather common in each, is . a calendar like the one illustrated. , tlhisjwaj made,b3r children, s The picture at the top of the card .suggests something typical of the monthj The colored circles pasted on each 'day. indicate the weather,-and are gray, cloudy; bla...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 10 November 1911

ITALIAN EMBASSY TRIES TO JUSTIFY OUTRAGES - Ohioans Experience 'Cruelties Practiced by Italians, Are Held ' in Prison as German Spies. ". Washington, Nov. '10. Making a desperate effort ,to justify the outrages' which' the Italian soldiers areadmitted to have com- " mitted in Tripoli, the Italian etabassy here issued a statement today. It is in th form of a dispatch from the minister of foreign affairs rjt Rome. v ' "Our Soldiers," reads he note, "occupied entrenchments at Sidr Nisri. Back-of them was a small village. The soldiers' gave part of their rations to the Arabs, 'and also made presents to them. Our men paid without dispute for everything they bought, ana even purchased clothes to dress the .Snaked children. - "One day, in the midst of hard fighting, a number of men rushed from the small white houses back of our .soldiers. Inhuman and horrible things happened. A surgeon was killed by the father of a girl whom he had cured. A wounded soldier's throat was cut iby an Arab woma...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 10 November 1911

fo offering better terms to the Sultan than he has hitherto been willing to even consider. Admitting that the charges against Italy have been magnified popular judgment is that Gen. Caneva's soldiers have-been guilty of many brutalities, and thought that Turks and Arabs retaliated in kind, Caneva's men were the first offenders. An intimation has been made to the Rome government by several capitals that a termination of the Tripoli campaign is desired. -King Victor is resisting such pressure, but it is thought concessions will be offered to Turkey which the po'rte can accept without humiliation. FOREIGNERS AT PEKIN THREATENED Japanese Soldiers Embark for Protection of Americans and Eur.opeansr Imperial Family's Escape Cut Off. i Pekin, Nov.' 10. Ball carIrid&es were issued today to the,. legation guards in anticipation of f an an ti-foreign outbreak. A similar uprising is also feared at TienTsin. Operation of the PekinKalgan road has been abandoned, which cuts off the onl...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 10 November 1911

iV-m K WHEN RQGERS ENDEt:0CEAN;TOrpGEANI;l6HT. ' . -. .-" eeWey'to. .gp'reciate. forr the ;ROGfER5S,FL-iGHT''. ;.'' frtijJ'''iS 'Ift;SljeesHd,JSay;''ei):'!T 'iptdertHjen J.hisv pf opj&Ilor terriebrl?. '' '.-' ,f V "' BlaHehumming,., the' birdjman "' Flew'4,231 milds 'in f 4,-294'Y came egsUtb'.ea tth;e orjderly miriuofj'actdalfligHt. f) tli'r'ojnflartfm6ntagp,'becam'e Gohsumed:47:daysr;t6??eachl" aicriejfing7: "frenzied f Itfo) Jthat Pacific "' . "rr1 c ;'i swet difitstaridis'and ; --. i,t- V F6ue3itY(Jstifig,'and'" trampling, Twen6vliitm"satidwnaMeriitalt6.waTdtheH'e"ro "of 'the'. 'world's 5? i &$;?! feV,K r! Jr4?Jb!? j&Sp ;'!4 Rogers Caught by the Camera frenzy "of enthusiasm mobbed Calbraith P. Rogers when his Wright biplane touched ground in, 'the immense Tournament Park at Pasadena, California, the virtual-end of "a flight that made him the first person to blaze- an air-path; acrpss the' continent. , Flying straight and" swift experts say he ...

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