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

PBS8555W?5 here, -which is investigating the McNama'ra dynamiting cases with a view of returning indictments alleging violation of the federal laws regulating the. transr portation -of' explosives did riot meet tqiday, a reqess .being taken until Monday 1 v - , It is reported that the jury will make a report Monday, but it,is not 'considered probable, that the report will contain anything relative to .the dynamiting investigation. Several pexsong, who. have been subpoenaed to testify in the dynamiting cases have hoVyet appeared: " , . . , Man Spirited Away by. 'Burns' ."Gin'qinnati, O., Nov: 11. Mystery' wa's .added today 'to the disappearance last Mondayof Erank Eckhoff, 24, a core-maker,, when his wife,-received-special delivery letter frpm-him dated at Pittsburgh, Pa.4 . . Late Frjday-Eckhoff's wife and her 'toother appealed to' Chief' of lEolice Jackson, for information as to the missing man and were told, they declared todays v that. Eckhoff was on his way tq Los Angeles, Cal. ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 November 1911

c Kl i Washington a, formal request alleged barbarities by-th'e Italian ironvijis government', to prevent I troops in Tripoli. " CITY BRIEFS , . : t ' Mfs's-Adele Quigiey,' 3845 'Lowe ave., run dpwn and seriously hurt by auto '-at 35th andC6ttage Grove. -Internal injuries'. " ' Cucy" Page Gaston urges ordi-, fiiknce compelling cigarette smok ers tocarry handbags for stugs.- znouner x urKisn outrage. "Oswald Sommer, djtcK digger,' to the front!" Relative' has left him $75',0qa. DTgand succeed. 'Mrs Rose Marsell says motH-er-ih-faw' put 'cayenne"" in her imperceptibles.'Also corrosive powder. Wants divorce fr,om husband',' who encouraged 'mother. vMiss' Hazel White, missing from Y. W. C. A., appeared at tharriage'license bureau yesterday, witn ArthurBragg,v former suitor Ex-fiarice Taylor has returned to; college. ' ' Edwin" Edwing, 5, ,37 E. Division street," struck and severely injured by auto while playing in street. Joseph Jasens stuck lead pencil in his abdomen yesterday in attem...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 November 1911

' r. ,: tfI "Of' V r, , GYNTHIA "PREY'S DMLYXpISONDENCE- '('l)JksJt all rightitbwear'a red month' and day to be married? -(3") Eqw. hajla girvofilJear jjer , hajpahd-rifiban's?! t($). Give' recipes iqc ,epffee Tariti chocolate qalfes-.--rH.'.Y: ', ,V r.l' r ; A,rr7(l).tYes, butr'wjiiteis1 always .prettier'and'mpxe) 'apprq?-griate..-Short? coats, arid';nlain natr6)y skTrfs -with" shallow "sfephvatslet intojhe seams Vfelseen injtHe'jewestsuit.'' ,(12),- .Any tjipeith bride.pVefers. , Jurjc-aji'd Qctbber'seem to bev,the pppijUtr months.' (3). Parted; bridedMn twb'raids and woun'daboutthe Bead. 'Or 'coiled "softly- ""intb'a PsyjcKe-khdt. -The ribbpns'na'lxh the gown, and are usually wound around' the head ahfr'tied3 a little a't'bne jde : (4) Coffee cake!' One egg,' ohe-ciip each brown rsug4r; rito lasses," butter,7 and stfoncold coffee one pound'raisins, seeded, 6fie'tablespdo"h- each cloves' arid cinnamon; one- nutmeg? 'grated, one- Heaping " teaspoon sbda'an'd four cups 'flour. -'Mix...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 November 1911

mmmmmmsmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm kTimiuout carefully on .platter and surround witmprunes. , . , && 2MANDS-REFUSED;ROCK p 'ISLAND MEN TOSTRIKE, - it - - THat They Would Strike Unless S" Demands Were Granted," Was ;, by a Referendum Vote.' i " , ' Rock Island railroad officials, -a krefusing.yes.terday several con-, -3 cessioris-demanded by the system & federation 'of. shopmen ,dn that .o raid, have defied the men, and 5V, ttffeir actjon will probably precipitate the, strike which .the' men ' declared ' ior , by a;, referendum F'vqte; -unless tbejr demands, were g'gfanted,' " .c , - "tfj : -vrhe-cpmpariy.'in notifying the ' committee " from v the shopmen , tHat the road-would not recede rfrom" its position ih regard. to -'wages 'and' working agreements, 7 his' ended' negotiations with the q"ployes and has left" the nest move with thcirterhatiorial pres-Vs-idfchts'bf the various trades working on the line, whose sanction is necessary before a.' strike, can be ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 November 1911

'S'S? I v V. . &sm m - rT.' BAlSEBALi; YARNS' .Umpire Bill Brennan showed the stuff h's made-of in the third game.. He made a decision of the, siJrVtthat- rnakesor breaks an umf -Snodgrasr in the first game, pitched ball?. Many - bejljevedlie, stepped $tbthe!baH, When he went to Jhe plate ili 'tlj&secqnd game?, afjlijie was, drawn for him by the umpire. i palewhicfihe might notstep' Evidently W j "t j tne' umpire naq talked over tliematr ter.., -""TWith the score a tie, fn. the vthir6 game, Snddgrass was'hft'by a pitched ball. He Was theVfirst'Up,. a'nd the New York fans saw. 'visions of a run. Bu Brerinahjinteijfered. He Vec'alled Siiodgrass.'' McGraw protested, but'Brehna'n.was firm. -It pleased me.5 when Coombs-finally walked Snotjgrass. Had he not reached first Brenn&ri might, have been blamed fqr losing the game.' It wa,svahard decision to give, . fqr it' js' difficult ', to determine whether a player is hit intentionally. 'f It .looked as,if...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 November 1911

rr" PROBLEMS OF A yOUNpHOIISEWIFEFURNISHIQTHmNriDD - 'The keynote of the dining-room ''"'"'.j - ' J" V '- should be simplicity and the mod ern methods, -of building often equips the room with one of its most important items cf furniJitfe, the built-in sideboard.' ' . If this is already in place,, the My large articles of furniture necessary for the room are the tble and chairs. , A ood table of high polished jjuarter-sawed oak, durable and jhaSsive in appearancemay be secured hi the oval or round style", extension top' and pedestal base, Dor $15 at nearly any. reason ablegriced furniture store or department. Chairs to match "with leather seat upholstering may he fpund for $2 each: s-xx tne siaeooara is not set m ' ' , v-L w - and a cabinet is desired, an excel- J0n.l who . desires , to enlent one may be secured af$l 5. J teptaifi ?;nch- t yr ; nave err. r. oc -! r. o,.n t-a. need- of more Imen'- tnn will cost from $10 upward. ' The he e whose sociaj actiyi- qurtains should be ay sim...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 November 1911

w Aq JROOM IS-THE LEAST-PROBLEM OF ANY IN THE HOUSE 1 for the household that must T)e keptithnan average income. J- ear spoons in sets-'pf sfx may be had for $L50M table-' spooiur fdr $3.00, and six knives and forks for $4.00 .'One bride gazed with dismay at' wedding -gifts dupicating.her owrfrch6ice, of china, glassware and silver, and declared .that1 no bride should' ..make fi. any such nUrchases till . after IH'Ihm k lilfli 3 jS'-Hb -E i r m $qojns Modestly Furnished h' baPcqUnted her weddrnggifts. ' I foruth bride' whose chqice o,f 4injng b'om furnishing-is aU her. own, simplicity knd, quiet good iaste'at f he minimum if!xpense'shbuldhe the keynote of her !hecdst of theidinenBituifitswilhoi L ti as follows: Extra tine tablecloth 2 yards at $1.25 a-yard $2.50 Jt dozen napkins at $3.50 a v dozen 1.75 2 tablecloths at 75c a yard.. 3.00 6 centerpieces (from 25 to 50 cents each.) ' 2.50 Pads' ., ,. .50 Hable pad 1.00 Warrant Out for Journal Newspaper Sluggers A warrant has-been sworn...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 November 1911

r w. '"I''' I ' iMRRHMMPIM $&?" 1WSteria " I EdttiiBdWlC&B-. ,.'.' , - - l . -i" 1" - itwas'tenminutespastthrftc mamV' sd'MisslPeft: ; '"j , '"T'i, saida -little iafry, peering arpunjdfrQrnb'ehind yher ,; ;vygteirgtyss, for jtheyj weVeiat'iniir ReaHy,rdattghter, r -flaRSBe- "Samebo'dy helped me with-ik": "began Weedlepjpev".mext; day, 'fand I had, tpVwritfeJiP out' tq.re-' member it al, and JoJtof the big .words aren't mine.7' ' - , "I'm glad of "it," s'ald'.Freckle- berry, rBejpJsomebodyfe ?9j;gan;;antffink. upoaWeqdleppes"to'jit'Her;.tbry. miss peb&S be'cpmes'miss: Miss"-Pert wa'sa veby 'correct little girl. , She was'-so- vTery prop er that she expecte'd'a great deal : in '0h.'CIf injquitesureMrqp dp, pa-' pa, andfanyayyguughtjtp qu(jum e think. jTeacheri,sa;y?7MeN $hpuld use 'the'Ritive virjtjjrad T i$ ! nqgatrveaDr-m in gticfca pase -' . A'.','said the'-fairV.,' fw- .. r r "DoVyqnnpw, j'.Miss Pert;? of herself.and a great deal of oth-. er peo...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 November 1911

sometimes do, you Know, and tHe blur seemed to run along from the glass to her eyes and to enter her head, and then, suddenry, papa and mama faded; away and she seemed to be no longer in tbe din-"mg-room. She didn't know where $he was,"for she could still'see the c glass of water and yet she didn't " seem to see it, either, but only certain pictures inx it and she - seemed to BE the pictures as well as SEE them. " . First she saw a young lady who looked remarkably like she would J be in Sen years herself and there was a fine looking young man with her. He seemed to be try- . ing Hard to say something to the young lady. "From the first morning I met you," he began. "Oh, pardon me," said the young lady,jbut ft was several minutes past noon!" , ,' "I am glad youremember," saidtheyoung man, eagerly, "for irom that moment, when-my eyes fell upon youj I " ' ' "Oh how horrid! if your eyes had' fallen, you "would be blind." 'T ha.yewaitediand waited for this;moment. 0,-Doris let me be let m...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmm BRAGG WEDS HEIRESS '" AT REVOLVER POINT, , The mystery of the disappearance of , Hazel A. White, the Janesville heiress, has been cleared up.. She is married to Attiol Bragg, a-young Englishman who' .had been attentive to her; butto whom hen parents objected. - And the marriage took placeat the"' point of a revolver in the t hands of Charles -White, father of the girl. - . .White told tfae.'story in Japesville today. ' . "When I heard of- the; disappearance of Hazel-from the'Y. W. G..A. I knew at once 'that it was Bragg," he said.' . "So I went to Chicago, and searched until I found-; Bragg. When I found-hini I 'told him -I vould send him to the state's prison unless he told me where- my daughter was. I, also threatened jo Rill, him. ' ( "He'was scaredand took me to a roominghouse on the 'South side. My daughter was there. She refused to talk to me, but when I asked her if she were married to Bragg, she admitted she was not. "I' told Bragg I would kill him unle...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 November 1911

089,000 ahead of' the oil king, also subpoenaed, in the charity race, and John D. oughf to bcashamed of himself for such tighfwadery when everyscohol boy kno'ws that he has more. cash in bank than Andy" has. The Carnegie corporation is now formed under a-New York state charter to "promote the advancement and difussion of knowledge. ' - ' o- GREAT LABOR, CONVENTION OPENS MONDAY; . ' ' x MOST IMPORTANT EVER HELP BY THE AF.'OF.i; McNamara Case Will Overshadow All Others May Ask Gornpers, Mitchell and Morrison to Go to Jail Talk Tie-up of 'Harriman Lines Gompers to be Opposed.. , By May Hayes. "Atlanta, Ga., Nov, 11. The annual cdnventionj)f the American Federation of La-r bor will open in this city Monday. Without a doubt it will be the most important gathering tfiat ever has been held by that organization since 'its inception 31 years: ago. 'The McNamara questions that will come before -the convention and the president and executive council will present reports relating in detail the ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 November 1911

wmmmmmmmmmmm Western Federation Qf Miners, the Brotherhood of Blacksmiths, the.machinists, brewers and other organizations having condemned tlje civic federation,,they will,naturally lead in the figljt; against thatvbqp!y, while it is expected t$at John Mitchell andthe "conservatives will maketa vigorous defense."- ' " - v -w ''Whetherior.not further efforts 'onldiDe made to contest the 'cast' in the Washington courts will be the subject of discussion." ' ''This "topic hasJ been' before the delegates in three previous'gathe'rin'gs and bids fair, to remain an issue for'several years longer unles's radical steps are. taken. ( - 'Many" labor men believe the quickest and surest way. to secure action at the hands of congress to prohibit "cotfrts from .issuing injunctions in strikes' and, against those who refuse to patronize unfair concerns is-to permit the imprisonment of the three labor officials, especially in view of the fact that no efforts are made to test cases involving members o...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 November 1911

BOYSEN UNDER FIRE; KNOWS MORE OF VERMILYA POISONING CASE THAN HE HAS TOLD, SAY 'POLICE; Another Arrest Likely Before Night; "Arsenic Sole Cause of Frank Brinkamp and Smith Deaths; Boysen Tangles Self in Statement. . "Frank was dying. , , "Mrs. Vermilya handed her son a glass of water.. But he pushed Jt-aside. PHe said. , . " 'No."1 there ris something wrong with 'that. Tarn going the same way asmy-step-fath-er, and tha Boysen wuT'soon chucklme in a rough box and haul me-away in his wagon. " From statementT'made'to police byMrs, "Hazel West Rhea," divorced wife'-of Frank Brinkamp, 'son-of Mrs,-Ver-milya. . tz C-! ' Undertaker. Charles C." Boysen ,was subjected 'fo a rigid cross-examination by Coroner Peter M. Hoffman .toddy. - With every "new step 'taken in the Vermilya' poisoning "mystery, tBoysen's name' stands out clearer and more clear,Coroner Hoffman --would- not give out the result of today's questioning of the man who"buried Mrs. Vermilya's dead, and who was in a business part...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 November 1911

,uu!rimuiuwinwpppwwwP ; me that he did..nof like"" to,sy he thought that "Mrs. Vermilya'had poisoned him. "There is, something pe.culiar about this European trip, too. According to Miss Elizabeth' NoIan, Mrs. Vermilya was going with Boysen. on that trip. "Why, didn't she carry out her intention? . -"DidfBqysen's admitted illness cause the break between tiietn?" l1 Dr. L. L. Hertel is to be questioned by the police today. Hertel,signed the death certificates of 'Frank Brinkamp and Richard Smith. He ascribed Brinkamp's death to typhoid, and Smith's to acute gastritis. Mrs. Maisack; a former roomer at the Vermilya flat, whp was turned out when Bissonette came there to live, says that after, Mr. Smith's death, -"Dr.- .Hertel. told her to get an undertaker and admitted that he .might-have given Smith,the wrong'medicine. -. The reports of the experts-who analysed the viscerae"of- Frank brinkamp and Spiith says that '"a-bundant quantities of arsenic to ,have caused death" were found in the...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 November 1911

wmmmmmmmmmmimmmm have you known the undertaker, Charles C. Boysen?'1 'Mrs. Vermilya closed her eyes and leaned back on the pillows. "I believe, I am tired, and cam nbf talk any longer 'today," she said. HMrs. Vermilya also made another significant statement to Attorney Burre's. "I do not believe that -poison vill be found in the bodies of my son and Richard T. Smith. "If, poison should be found, I bkliee the undertaker can account forits presence in the bodies." Boysen was the undertaker who prepared the bodies of Smith and Brinkamp for burial, . Dr. LeCount, in reporting the findings of the expert who analyzed the viscerae of Smith and Brinkamp, leftno Toorn for doutft. - "We have completed the analyses and find that both men died from arsenic poisoning. Arsenic in large quantities was found in o both todies. There -could be noj other cause for death -than poisoning." v Attorney Burres, 1who wilj'b'e in charge of the Vermilya defense, that indicated thai the defense largely wilf co...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 November 1911

rrTmmmmfmmmmmmmm k. m- Jowssihl of c "jldenf ificatiphj where her -BertiirQh"rmLeasureraents were made- -A .'V;.''' v, "Until ithimonnintw?' Qumn ; her; frosit'idjfc ':She acted" as-Qne:Uadrg6jn?.sorae3bnpleasr I brbkenlysobTJed that' she was fn -LOUISEriyEKIVIIEYAf, AND-JAttEQJUINN "VICT1MS' -OF was itaken '-to the,-, ceiitrat : office, her. air; of" stoicism V-broke. ' and cntraihledlaway. Shelia"d..to be supported iwhile-.detecfiyes -were takingrhCTl;nieasirements. r:'Shfe.v!bjeeamEJ r.hysterjcal and -. $ ' . , . - " - GIRGUMSTNeEB, QR FJENDSiEN.imMAjr.F0RM- BSPl&SSSssSliSH r f"fL HHBV-' .;;'""j"j""HH k r The police say- Vermilya poisoned two husbands,, three lovers, one son, one step-son, "two daughters and ope relative by marriage. Jane Quinn is suspected- of the murder of three husbands, her mother and one' daughter. ant dream, confident that when i he awakening canie the finger of suspicion would no longer point t'o her., , . ' Even when the coroner's jury brought...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 November 1911

-to behind hr she slipped weakly to her knees beside (he cot in an attitude of supplication "and prayer. . In an adjoining cell was Louise Vermilya, alleged arch prisoner, weakand emanciated, who stirred uneasily as Mrs. - Quinn's" sobs broke the stillness of the gloomy cellroom. At the Hyde Park statiojv thjs to Thorpe,-but l-th,ink tha't as a wife I had the right to do that It is not true that I ever robbed my own home." Attorney Elmer Kirby, who defended Mrs. Quinn when she was suspected of the murder of Warren, Thorpe in . Jackson, Mich., will assist in hef defense. He said he would pToye to the satisfaction o'fa 'jury-that Thorpe The:,three husbands, of Mrs. John -M.-Quinn,. From .left to right; Warren Thorpe,-killed "by a burglar"-at his home, June 13, 1903; John McDonald, "died of alcoholism," Sept. 23,: 1901, and John M.; Quinn,- "killed by burglar" Nov.' 2,. 1911. . - morning. Mrs. 'Quinn denied she-l committed suicide, as'Mrs Quinn had caused the death of either bt her thr...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 November 1911

,.,,.. k, i&mm9mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm -tfoman not only with' the-deaths of her two husbands, but also her mother, Mrs. Jane Taylor, who died in 1903! A second daughter, Violet McDonald, born 'in 1884, died with a small child. Investigation will hcmade of the charge of Elmer Thorpe, .son of Mrs Quinn's secopd husband, that his father -and stepmother frequently quarreled. .He says that, after one quarrel she went away, accompanied ty her mother When his stepmother asked to be allowed to return she was told ' she would be welcome, hut her mother must remain away. The then Mrs. Thorpe "returned home, and. the stepson never nearned what became of her mother. . ., 'Charles Kasenhuber, husband of Mrs'. .Quinn's only living daughter, arrived today- from Omaha, iNeb. He said his wife was sick and could not accompany vhim, and had not been told oft her mothen's arrest.- He safd hknew nothing- of the case. He was instructed by Mrs.' Quinn to dispose - of her household goods and take ...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 November 1911

PLEDGES HIMSELF TO THE" RECALL PRIVILEGE THOUGH LAW DOES NOT COMPEL IT' .' Grand Rapids, Mich.,-Nov.-11." Michigan has no recall law, but Charles D. Sharrow announced his 'candidacy here for the state senate on an unique platform C. D. Sharrow .which' makes him subject to recall if elected. Sharrow pledges himself, if elected, to place in the, hands "of the opposing party his resignation, which will become, effective -automatically at any time after 90 days when 10 per cent of the voters in his" district sign a protest that he has failed to live up ta his platform. '"I've lived and worked under the' recall for 14 years," says oi a mutual insurance organiza tion,, whose members may oust him at any time by signing.a petition against him. "The recall makes me attend to business, and give the members just what they, want," he says. If I do not, I lose my iob and I don't want to do -that." . . , Another Carnegie Monument, Yes, Andy Carnegie has given $25,000,000 "more to education. And w...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 11 November 1911

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