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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 10 November 1911

wmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmm hoisy .circuit of the rushed to his hotel. field, was Blazing the Way -From Forest Trail to Aeroplane. 1804 Meriwether Lewis and Capt. Wm. Clark, by boat and trail from Missouri to Pacific. 1826 Jebediaih Smith, first' white settler; went on foot' from middle west to California. 1828 Sylvester Pattie, pioneer of Santa Fe trail, by pack horse from Independence, Mo., tovSan-1 ta Fe. 1833 First 'mule teams and ( ' " " " i . . i Calbraith Rogers, a few moments after landing at Pasadena, Cal. Left to right in the picture are Rogers, Miss Irene Grosse, who draped a flag over Rogers' shoulders, and Mrs. K. D. Davis, wife of 'the president of the Pasadena Chamber ot Commerce, pre- t, SP-.ting 3iibj2uquetbtph,etma.n, to.i RvrBift?rraBregsaffiftd b'uoo

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 10 November 1911

vammimmmmmsm pack trains OYer'SatttalFctrail: 1853 Butterfield's stage, the fiTst of its kind, went- over the Santa Fe trail. . I860 Jphn , Bidiile rode , the first pony express oyer the Santa Fe trail to California. 1869 The Central - Pacific railway connecting. California by TELEGRAPH BRIEFS ' Wra. -Doyle, driver of auto am bulance, N. Y., got under car to do ' some repair rw,ork. ' Child pushed lever. Machine started. Doyle-Avasn't married. Surgeon absentrnihdeaiy -operated on right instead of.left side of Harris Berman, Patterson, N. J. $1,000 damages. ' Voters of -Berlin Heights, O., may have to have election! all over again. Printer put Democratic emblem over Republican -ticket. Explosion in Adrian mine of Rochester and "Pittsburgh Coal company, Pa. Six dead, two miss ing. . John-Redmark and Chas. Lin dahl, Deer River, Minn., went hunting. Flowers for'John, hos pital for Chas. Herman Babbitz, Neenah, Wis., got divorce because wife threat ened to cut out his heart and throw it ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 10 November 1911

mmmmmmfmm MRS. QUINN ATTEMPTS TO CLEAR MYSTERY SURROUNDING DEATHS OF THREE HUSBANDS m Alleges Two Were Shot by Burg lars Police Accuse - Her of Robbing Own Home. Mrs. Jane Quinn, held by the police in conenction with the mysterious and fatalv shooting of her husband, John M. Quinn, will take the stand this afternoon at the second day's hearing of the cbroner's inquest into the death of Quinn, and attempt to shatter thestructure of evidence the po lice have erected around her, not only in the death of Quinn, but also of two former husbands, John McDonald and Warren Thorpe. She will endeavor first to ex plain away the mystery connect ed with the death of McDonald, her first hus'band. McDonald was a strong and ro bust man, though addicted to drink. He died suddenly, and his death was attributed to al coholism. His body may be disinterred by the police in a search for traces of poison which may haye resulted in his death. Seventeen days after the death of McDonald she married Thorpe. . ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 10 November 1911

."VV'V"i'CVMPV-1 J ,' 1- t IK' JSiste before the shb6rtmg,Jand""heCsay,s rMrs.-.Qu.inn told, 'him noti to,J:ell B her-husband-of-kr- - - - ' Lieuh 'Moaoey,'in charge of .the investigation, jsaidhe'hd' infor- mation that-a-series) of robberies had -occurred jnrtjie (QiiinnhPtne beftfe3uuii!$deajih? V, ! 'c' "Each ttirne jr. QUip report ed Vburglats ' had. -r entered,., her home," said Ijieut. Moloney, -''she said, a watch ", "belonging -to fter i husband had be"e,n Jcenianjjl from $60 to $70 in currency., - , ' V " "X early" al 1.' the.' robberies ''have -been corrimitdrwhiieGinn. was away Wn-hpme,. , Relative? say .. Quinn once nia'dethefemaryH-: .know, who' the ."burglar ris, all 'right :;Vv':;:,V, ', " Ai ter m I' each " robbery" Mrs. ' Quinn ytould vgo , 'to - yfih Her daughter; Mrs.1 Charts. Kaned ber, in Oma'ha.'-'NeV-" i ' Mrs. Bert Qpjij,cwife;pasdn l.o( Quinn,-todav, ,cor.fOb"ora(rd Lieut Ij'iooitey. ,;he'sa jdl-she had heard Quinn, remark afeV a -sug- posed robbCTyiirhome'w...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 10 November 1911

m mmmmmmmmm D ARROW AND FREDRICKS,COME;.NEAR TO PERSONAL CONFLICT IN COURT ARGUMENT "If Personal, We Can Attend to This Somewhere Else." Says Fredericks. Los Angeles, Nov. 10. A per sonal conflict between District Attorney Fredericks and Attor ney Clarence S. Darrow was threatened during the examina tion of Talesman John T. Wilson at the morning session of the Mc Namara trial today. Wilson is associated in business with Gen. Otis and Harry Chand ler and when Fredericks asked him if he was biased, the tales man said no. Fredericks insist ed that he be qualified and Dar row angrily shouted: "Why, we shouldn't even be compelled to ask that this juror be excused. iThis is manifestly unfair." "I resent that statement," snapped Fredericks. "I meant it when I made it and I mean it now," was Darrow's retort. Fredericks' face flushed as he leaped to his feet and screamed: "If there is anything personal in this matter I suppose we can attend to it somewhere else." There was nothing personal a...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 10 November 1911

mmmm memmmmmmmmmmm gram along the '.same lines ar rived. It developed . they were for James J. rMcNaifrara, a plain clothesman of, the Los Angeles police department: -The (messages were referred to the defense at torneys. They immdiatlyent to Chicago for a line on what sur prise the, state was.planning. , Defendants',, in Replevin ,Suit Given Until Nov. 13. Imlianapblis, .Nov. lO.De-fendants- in the. replevin ,suit brought by the International As sociation of Bridge and Structural Iron Workers to obtain .posses sion of the alleged evidence' in the dynamiting cases involving John J. arid.Jairies B. McNamara, to day were given until Nov. 13 by Judge Markey, of the Indiana state courts, to file their answers. The suit was brought previous to the seizure of'the iron workers books by the United States au thorities, rand while"' the alleged evidence was still in the hands of the Indiana courts. The replevin failed because of the refusal of Judge Markey to honor it. The iron workers allege...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 10 November 1911

"TOWN GOAT" OF -AMES, OKLA., DRIVEN INSANE . BY "PRACTICAL JOKES" OF VILLAGE CUT-UPS" v : -t Forty Prominent Citizens Are Sued forx $50,000 by Wife of Man Crazed by Teasing. Ames, Okla., Nov. 9. The vil lage cut-ups are frightened;. old men, little boys; staid, respecta ble business men and thoughtless youths are haunted on one side by a madman, and on the other by' the fear of legal vengeance. All because they "had to have their fun" as one of them express ed it. "Their fun" resulted in driv ing Abner Norman mad, stark, raying mad. The -process began several years ago, shortly after, he had moved his little grist mill to Ames. One particularly "bright" cut up bethought himself of-a" "dandy joke to play on the old fellow." He told the rest of them alL about it at the corner grocery store. The smart inventor of this joke got busy on it right away. He started a rumor that Abner al lowed his dog to sleep at nights in the hopper pf the mill. An other "joker" added "dog hairs .were found...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 10 November 1911

mmmmmmmmm i head, , Judge .of , the Police ' court, EnIdlJPJcla. We, the jindersignjed citi zens arid taxpayqrsp'f the city of Ames, do hereby petition your rrfost "honorable court to dispose ,of -the. case . against Abner Norman "by .throwing it clean .and clearvover the fence f or 'thefollbwing rea son, to wit:'. iThaf'JNbrman-wasVformer-iy-a mule-buyer-and got in ' ifrrs vCassie'Norman. th"e habit.-'of handling the truth very recklessly. That dog hair has been found in Norman's meal. That he has -backslid from the Baptist church and has been seen to beat his wife and children and that he makes ugly faces at his wife. Poor, old Abner carried this mockery all over Ames, getting signatures. Then as his tor mentors stood by barely able to restrain their'-laughter, the "old man set off to Enid to present his petition to the police judge. The last of his small savings went to pay his expenses. At Enid, Abner Norman hand ed his "petition" to the police judge who read it to Abner and tol...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 10 November 1911

SOLDIERS WHO FOUGHT MANCHIL DYNAST Y MMMataw MMMMWM - . : on3i;?r &vi""ie'ooo 6- cvosawoot Types of men in revolutionary army. , They shouldered rifles and marched and fought to free China from the hated Manchu dy nasty, which is now deprived of power. The makeshift character of the uniforms and 'equipment of the men is shown inthe picture. o o Edison says no other people are so progressive as Americans. Naturally. No othe'r people has an Edison to boost its batting average. Nebraska Democrats tell Bry an his ( praise of La Follette is splitting the party. Well, a party. that wasn't split would be dread fully out of fashion, these days. " (itlidralblo 9tij .wnrgusl uorf nisriisi V. MMIiliMlHrittMMaaMMHn

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 10 November 1911

!mrnmmmmmmmmmmmmm!imm9m ONE OF'.LIRE'S JLITTLE MYSTERIES ' You've seen butterflies, vcaught in the" coil of time, broken on the wheel of the-spinhihg-earth; fluttering weakly in the late October Ltv J J III IlitH x imfm. i. - "uu """ y """ """" "" "" terea ana lusteness vanes r That, too, is a mysteryy why btitterflies'were born to die.so mis erably, but "this isn't about butteVr flies. It's about a girl, who, like an autumn "'butterfly, got caught in the coil of time. "She was' a good1 girl. She was warm-hearted and generous ; mod est and chaste -She hadvideals of a certain sort. She. was perhaps a little finer thanthe average coun try girl o'f her day. UtttrtTiiif? Yet this girl, good, and clean, and not unhappy, was rendered vile and miserable just because she got caught in one of the cross currents of life. Whether folks died and the household scattered, two of th,e children were young enough'to go to the county home, but tlys girl,' being eighteen, had to' shift for herself. So...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 11 November 1911

wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm THEDAYBOOK &0frSQ. PEORIA ST., gg&398, TEL. .MONROE 353 f tV. ' . ,' , 'Chicago, Saturday! November 11, 1911.-; , , w THE DANGER TO CHILDREN MUST':BE POINTED . i OUT INORDER TO PROTECT THEM', Vice Commission Points'' Out 'the Importance of Child Protection and Educatiqn-Religion -the- Greatest Influence the Child's Life Healthful Employment , quf Recreation Under Moral-Influences Necessary. sThefeatures of the Vice Commission's Report which are most valuable' to parents, are those which point out the dangers "which menace children on every hand, and show parents hbw to avoid ' them. . r v The Commission has gone 'into this subject with great care and thoroughness; and if proper heed, is given the report, parents can-do "their duty toward theh-little ones so far as economic con ditions will permit. ' l r 'In general it appears that 'in' Chicago, as in'all large centers of population, there are rnen and" women who make it their "business" t& prey upon inno...

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. — 11 November 1911

wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm "We may educate the child and improve his economic condi tion, but without a moral instinct he will not be a moraLchild. An other great factor in immorality is. the taint of heredity. For' this there can "be but one solution THE-GROWTH IN RIGHTEOUS NESS AND THE OVERCOMING OF THE IMMORAL IN STINCT THROUGH RELIGIOUS CONVICTION, AND PASSING TO THE FUTURE GENERATION A PURE MIND AND A CLEAN HEART. "Five factors enter into the moulding of a child's character the church, the home, the school, social environment, and the amusements which it employs during its leisure hours. v "Children of all ages need guidance arid protection. While many children develop into useful citizens in spite of evil surround ings, a few eventually become a menace to society in spite of every, effort m their behalf. Next to a religious influence the rule still holds that a good home, a good education and environment, healthful employriient . and recreation under moral conditions, are v...

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. — 11 November 1911

ING OF IMPROPER ADVANCES. . IN ORDER TO KNOW WHAT IS NEEDED FOR THE PROTECTION OF YOUNG PEOPLE, THE" DANGERS "TO WHICH THEY ARE SUB JECTED MUST BE POINTED OUT. "According to the law, all persons under the age o twenty-one years are considered wards of the State of Illinois, and their persons are subject to the care, guardianship and control of the courts, pro vided, however, that guardianship of the child be had by the court before child has reached eighteen years. For the purpose of this report, then, it is understood that this study refers to the protection of all children, whatever their age, and education of all young per sons between the age- of puberty and the age of majority. "It should be borne in mind that the immoral influences and dangers which surround children and young people affect them to a greater or less degree, according to their ages. For instance, if the child is quite young, these evil impressions may become fixed and have a marked influence throughout its whol...

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. — 11 November 1911

LITTLE IRRITATIONS OF LIFE 3r pcjr. mv pipe SillSl fiTS ItTI ""AoRNirG AND i " m ' f s4w V l.eu of one of fiBKYfiA ''"mr TKose: newfangled, 'HJIAsA -- -iliVV! Fuzzv coats IBfcfe'r'; TlW By the Mediterranean. It seems the present war be tween Italy and Tripoli be tween the north and the south shore of th.e Mediterranean is merely th' revival of an ancient rumpus. Rome and Carthage fought the. same bttaJpjigbj fore the days of Chrisf. And they fought for 23 longyears, too. ' The Rome of that time is but a memory and Carthage dust. Wonder if that will ever happen to New York and London ! Makes a fellow thoughful, doesn't it? . 3u?yy5gbdtfeief,ftpbdiw boy of 55 cents, earnings of "day.

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. — 11 November 1911

CONFESSES TO MURDER; IMPLICATES WOMAN Magazine Solicitor Says He slew Wm. Blake Before Wife's Eyes and With Her Consent. Saying that he could get no rest from the accusations of his conscience, George C. Papineau, 1150 La Salle avenue, has con fessed "to the murder of William Blake, Ravenswood. He says that he planned the murder with Blake's wife, and that it took place on the north pier, near Lincoln Park, June 6 of-this year. Papineau, who is a magazine solicitor, made the confession to detectives at St. Joseph, Alo. De tectives from the East Chicago avenue police station are trying to verify it today. "Blake was always beating Bes sie that was his wife's name," said Papineau. "I could not bear to hear of it "Bessie and I talked the matter over, and decided he must die. ' "One day Bessie and Blake went fishing on the north pier. I was watching, and Bessie saw me, and smiled to me. "I crept up closer. IBake ask ed Bessie for something to drink. Bessie poured some whisky into a glas...

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. — 11 November 1911

vrmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm What Do Tou Get Out- of 'f'That Street Car 55 Per Cent? . Not long ago the newspapers ,were telling us how smart we were when -we climbed into bed Swith'the street railway compan ies. The people were told they had made a bully business deal when tfiey got 55 per 'cent of the net profits, although, they didn't say much about what a bully chance tile traction sharps had -to juggle tile books and teach figures to do "some tall lying. ' Anyhow, we turned our streets 'over to the big financiers and taxpayers keep on keeping those "streets-in 'shape for the gas, elec tric and street railway companies. 'What do the people get as THEIR share of this wonderful bargain ? Here's what they-got: They are packed, jammed, Yammed, crammed, crushed, hus tled and cussed . into the street clrs like so many sardines in a box. They are hustled off at transfer stations to wait in the heat, cold, dust, rain, wind and puddles for the car. And when the car does come, it is already so over...

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. — 11 November 1911

LOUISE VERMILYAIN STATEMENTUNERRlNGLV v .LAYS FINGER ON WEAK POINTS IN'POLICE CASE? Points Where Own Defense Fails, Carefully Glossed Oyer If Guilty, Shrewdest Woman . Criminal Who Ever Lived. , . - , By Eloise Mortimer. "There has "been a great deal of cqmment on -Louise Vermilya's statement in her own defense. In that statement, Mrs. Ver milya unerringly lays her finger on'the weak points of the police case against her. - " .,.- Is the statement her own? - Or was it inspired by her. at torney ? The police are wondering . For -if that statement .came from Louise Vermilya herself, andshe is a guilty. woman, she is one of the shrewdest criminals who ever lived.' "There are weak points in her defense. But they are' not' such weak points as would readily oc cur to the ordinary reader of , he!r Story. ' For instance: Mrs. Vermilya asks why, if she' wished to commit suicide last Saturday, she did not swallow all of the contents- of the pepper box instead of only taking1 enough to make he...

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. — 11 November 1911

home'by laying she had business " relations with him. , " ' "But she does-not say what 1 Ihose business relatione were. i Nevertheless, the police admit j that the statement is the most re- i snarkable one that ever catrte from a prisoner; -under an awful charge. , i 2 The affidavit of EHzabetti No- , Ian is attacked, most cunningly. .Not by any direct statement, but by. the -putting1 forwaYd-of a rea son why Miss N,olan might .have 1 been jealous : N. ", V, And, all through-the statement . - tuns a note of .womanly tejider- ness'.toward thosevwho died mys- ,, terious deaths, "that cannot but inake an impression on the reader. V v ' ro o , WOMEN AND CHILPREN i HACKED, TO -DEATH Imperial' Solders Carry Out Gen- ( eral Massacre at Manking ( .Foreigners Reported Safe at , .Present f Shanghai, Nov. ll.Manchu and imep'rial soldiers, acting on an 'order authorizing a general fhassacre' of Chinese) are harry ing ' Nanking", today, and the streets are. red' with blood-of.in-y nicent and hel...

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. — 11 November 1911

TELEGRAPH BRIEFS Andy Carnegie has formed a $25,000,000 trust to give away "his money. Too hard wdrk doing it himself. Congressional workmen's com pensation commission engaged'in b'itter quarrel over' cost, of bury-, ing railroad employes. Thus is the cause of civilization advanced'. " "In 12 years of public service I have 'never heard of a public man who sold his vote or influ ence." U. S. Senator Wesley L. Jones, Washington. Wesley must s'top his ears with cotton wool. " Manchus murdering all Chinese in Nankin and firing.city. w " Somebody ought to put the Manchus wise that 2 and 2 makes 4, arid one massacre usually leads to another. - Lieutenant of 'Police Hanley says, "Jt used to be a disgrace for a patrolman to rob persons " Crown Prince Frederick Wil Kelm of Germany has, been duly panked by his 'imperial father, and' sent ballooning where he can't interfere. Oscar Foor, town" , marshall, ,Wa.pello, la., got ' married two weeks ago- Committed suicide yesterday. . ."',. ; 'Choru...

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. — 11 November 1911

itU h,i m charged, but. now afraid to go home. DEATH INTERFERES IN THE McNAMARA TRIAL Numerous Persons Concerned in Case Have Lost Lives or Rela- tives. Since Trial Began ;An- other Juror Excused No Sesr sion Toddy t Los Angeles, Cal:, Nov. ll. Because Judge Bordwelf- was compelled tojiear developments nr'a'big' civil case involving"the ownership of harbor 'lands, no sessions in the McNamara mur der trial waheld't6day Coun sel for "both sides ,'sperit 'the day going oVer- the records bf" venire men still eligible for 'service. It "is now considered ceVtaitftHat the judge wijr'finally excuselAlexari der GrebKng, passed for-causfe by both sides yesterday," because he insists he cannot conviction cir cumstantial evidence . where the death penalty is involved This will ltfave three permanent and three tenative. jurors in the box. Despite this, Attorney "Darrow and District Attorney Fredricks unite in declaring the jury wuTbe completed' by-the mrddle of next moutjpat.the latest, -r -' Th...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
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