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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 14 November 1911

"Before I went on the case, Frank was attended by his mother. Afterward I prepared all the food he at. He drank very little. I have no proof of.anything irregular in connection with his death. ' a i was tnerewnen ne aiea, ana .- 4-r4-r Va winsiA m "k .! m f no vwi ibaiujr lib iiidUL nu 1111.1 iiiiiuaLing statements. "His swetheart, Miss Nolan, was with him for ten minutes at dinner time on the last day. I do "not know what he said to her. "Many persons visited him during his last illness, and I" heard 'nothing for him nor them to arouse suspicion. ' "His last words were inconsequential, scrfar as. this case i& concerned." Mrs. Martha Anderson, Plymouth,. Ind., who volunteered to make a statement yesterday "to the police -in connection with the death of Richard T. Smith, has not made -that statement' The police are making inquiry as to why she shbuld haVe with"drawn her voluntary offer oTa statement. Smith boarded with Mrs. Anderson before he went to live with Mrs. Vertni...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 14 November 1911

PAUL BEATTIE ADMITS HE LIED IN TESTIMONY . -AGAINST COUSIN, UNDER SENTENCE OF DEATH Execution of Henry Clay Beattie, Jr., Set for November 24, Probably Will Be Postponed. Washington, Nov. 14. Attorney Walter C. Balderson admitted. this afternoon that Paul Beaitie made affidavit in his office last week, repudiating the main features of his testimony, on which Henry Clay Beattie, jr., was convicted of wife-murder. This affidavit was presented to Governor Mann today, and it was for this reason that the governor postponed his decision on Beattie's appeal for commutation. : It was Paul Beattie's evidence that convicted his cousin of the murder of his wife, and led. to his sentence to death in the electric chair. , His testimony included such statements as this, which he alleged were made to him by the accused man: "I would give anything if I had noVdone it." His testimony also completed the chain of evidence showing .that Henry Beattie had bought a shotgun shortly before the murder of hi...

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

COUPLE DIE BY GAS OMEVE OF WEDDING DAY Asphyxiated on the eve of their wedding day, Frank Mvcek and Stella Gera were found dead this morning in a gas-filled -room at 1'414 W. Superior street. Investigation by the police convinced them, the deaths were accidental. John Gnable, a grocer, discovered the bodies when he -went to the house at-7 o'clock this morning to deliver some provisions. Adolph Mycek, a brother of the dead man, who was to have acted as best man, and Miss Stepka Giza, who was to have been bridesmaid, knew nothing of the tragedy until they drove to the house this morning preparatory to going to the church for the ceremony. . Both were prostrated when told that the two bodies were lying in an undertaking establishment across the street. Miss Giza was carrying the bridal veil which Miss Gera was to have worn. While the bodies of the betrothed pair were lying in the undertaking 'rooms, another wedciing was going on in the church across the street, where they had planned t...

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

Capt. Sprackling, Brown, Passing -o- Nothing Doing In Houses. Springfield, 111., Nov. 14. Gov. Deneen was prepared to prorogue the general assembly when it met this, morning, but the members, beat him to it, and adjourned sine die. He sent the message, how-even.-The house was unable to,e&a( Ball.; Capt. Mercer, Pennsylvania. -o quorum, only 58 members being. 'present, and they went' home without passing the appropna-', tion bills. Quebec has fallen in the last ten years from third to seventh place among Canadian cities. WesV wgrSyt&e atarempjrA&iyjjpeg.

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

"THE JUDGES -WHO CAN " 'CDO NO'WRONG." "The judges can dano -wrong." iThis is the cryjhat the ""business int'erests"have sent ringing over the land . these v -last few months'since the people (first rbeT gan tp talkjof applying "the recall to the judiciary. . t William 'Howard Taft5 vetoed the Arizona s.tatehaqd" bill, be-; Gau$e - that bill embodied 'the judi rial recall. ' - Here is a story of one qf,vthe jpdges -"who can dono wrong." Several 'months ago,, Greeley Whitford.,- 'judge ofthe district court -of '.Denver, Colorado, 'sent 1 7miners "to jari for- contempt of courts , - The contempt'lay'in the aljeged violation of an injunction. Whitford , had granted -the coaU companies' of northern Colorado again3t striking miners. ' -Whitfprd refused the Accused miners a" juty; trial, and sent them, one'and allto jail. , , ' William "Crawford was one of these miners. " v. ' I ; Yesterday, a nf essage,was carried to Judge Greeley Whitford. It was that, William Crawford's aged mother was...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 14 November 1911

wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm IRELAND'S NEW PARNELt IRISH HOME RULE TO GO THROUGH IN NEXT ' "- PARLIAMENT; LIBERALS BEEN WON OVER" London, Nov. 14. Parliament closes -with Home Rule the big issuVof'the hour. When parliament assembles again the last battle-for Home Rule will be on. For it is a foregone conclusion that Home Rule wilt win. For now all liberal England Has been won over to the side of theTrish. Not since the days of Gladstone and Parnell Has the cause "of Ireland been accorded such sympathetic support' among English people: Wherever the Irish Home-rule speakers, Redmond, "Tay Pay" O'Connor and the ' rest have spoken in their recent .campaigning in England' they have been enthusiastically received. . r The Torres will base their fight 'against Home Rule on the question of th'e financial relation of Ireland' with the rest of the kingdom and on ftia't of religion. The ' non-conformists of the north of Ireland will do all in their pow- .' er tor aid them. But it may be taken for gr...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 14 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmm BOTHoSIDES-ANXIOUS. TO FILL VAQ&NT -SEATS. WantjSecond 'Exercising of Peremptory 'Challenges 'to' Begin Late 'TodaySp Tomorrowr IsAngiJsn'N-ovM. Determined 'tolbpnfple:e"a,ljuf as rapidly spdsjsible.both 'sides-in the McNamara 'casesiartea"iwork today -'ifi J'arirearhSf,ff6rttto.t qualify ' three I men to;TFjlL the-vacant ; Late picture of jim, McNamara on trial.inLqsrAngelese,Cal., on a murderchaTge:'" ""t seats in-thchoxi'sothafthe second 'exercising: of ;: peremptory challenges migltfbeginf late this afternon .or tomorrow. ' ' The sixth' r venire "'reported in court.' today,"- including ; Frank Balcer, lheadrpfjtJier.lBaker. Iron Work'sf andsVeril:oth"er.prom;inentniemljersr;6frthe,Mercha,nts 'and Manufacturers association. f District. Attorney, Fredricks is extremely desirous of getting tfie trialbeguriassoonaspossible,au'd as a' resultMs 'acceptftigmen' wtfo ordinarily .would-be rejected. Of the menjin thefbaxsubject!to'geremptory challenge,. Clark' -...

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

r rt m Resume Investigation Into McNamara Case December 14. Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 14. ' No further steps inline federal investigation of the McNamara dyl namiting cases will be taken until r after December 14, according to L the-ynited States authorities here today. The federal grand jury, following a partial report today, adjourned for a "recess, which will last until that time.' It is'safd that the pending cases will take up the tnhe'of the'federal officials lugtil-thenarid that if was desired fpgst them out of the way before r.beeeding,witK the more importspt McNamara investiratioq. &'4?1L1SWE GET SOAKED Y As the -government --mvestiga ption-of the beefrtrust approaches; iTtfitfbig packers r& skedalling 6ut of the .National Packing Co, like' n ra'ts deserting a sinking ship. -I j, Thirteen of the oldvdirectbrs l have; resigned, and, xf these the following nine are under 'indictment:. Jx Dgden Armour, Louis j F. Swift, Edward Morris, E. F. fSwiftG.-H. SW...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 14 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm wmmmmmmmm r MAYOR SEES WAY,QUT OE. '? GARBAGE 'STRIKE-V" New York, .Ncm 14r-Maybr Gaynor and. -Commissioner Edwards, claimed today -that tliey would-be able-to-copef-with the situationlirr'the strike.off.tfie 'garbage meh. Greater progres'sfw'as , made today "iicleaning; 'upgajc. bage.than any day since'tbe strike, beggn.. .. ; ,.T " ""; "". -; "Health Commissioner TJeaefle-' - : ---! I .have 2Q;00b uni6JirteamsterscaHed' outTnNewY6"rlcl6"carry on thewar against "MayoVGayn6ris meeting ,w,ith opposition ;iom -the teamsters. r , n . , The question "is""tohV determined latetotlay. at a meeting of the Teamster, ..Chauffeurs, arid 'Helpers'tIn"ternati6nalunibh.J - - " .i Jc7ctr"r"T7n 2 ' ' - r'Gre'w'-anaPassehgerst Saved' - Astona- 'OreNo v. ' '14-. The passferigers;" andricre.w ' of" -the PQLICE .GUARDING THE GARBAGE STRIKEBREAKERS said that -the cold weather had put an end 'to danger to health from' aecaying, garDage. Jiawaras said he had 2,000 men at work,( and 'that-t...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 14 November 1911

j Many a man loses the race by looking' ar-ound to see how far khead he is. ", A man is like a balloon, when Jie throws out.his ballast, he goes tip3 The man who can guess within fjjilf "a size of how big a hat he wears is in a healthy condition. I People who borrow trouble always -insist on paying it back every few day. Girls who blush easily should jjlways think twice when trying to decide where to hide their 8ony- . , It There is no frost on the pumpkin pie. , Before you" propose find out if she just loves you for theater tickets. says, that American women .have "better figures than English women ' That's why English lords come over here to get wives. ' . , Ivory is not used' exclusively for "billiard balls. "Drink to me only with ' thine eyes," The wistful lover spluttered ; She winked him into a hplpless jag ' , " . . Then laughed because, he stuttered. English cities are planning to place mirrors at street corners to prevent collisions. The idea is to enable you to see if anyo...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 14 November 1911

:4fe&ND ADOLF DRIVEN TO DESPERATION BY CHINK COIN S)V. I 4M TlRei? 3i?iMq trenches'. I m HVNCf RY 3)OT'3 VOT I W, I ASK VEN DO we EAT 4 N f COME MlT ME. TO DER COMMISSARY TENT ive SHoucr qer blenty NICE RATIONS.CHICKEN, MJYBE,' I ' ' I I I I I II ' 1 ' I', ' DON'D LET P H N AVAYJSf IliMHaMMAMHHMHHiMMttttlll ,d hhi

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 14 November 1911

mmmmm 1 ty'&dmua&VmoQCBaj WALTER WAIT-A-MINUTE PART II. The fisherman tossed his match away and picked up. his oars. "Wait a-mmute. I've got a letter to deliver to a steamship which sailed yesterday. Soon as that's done, I'll help .you out. 1 Take it e'asy." Walter could swim pretty well the sand cfcept. It wis horrible. Then he saw a man come down to the shore, with a sponge in his hand. "Fm-in a quick-sand. Help ! run quick! get a rope-to pull me out! hurry!" "Wait a minute," said the man. "I've got, to sop up this rver and squeeze.ijtHnto the cttnaj. Soon as the canal is full, I'll help youl" &Fi2lM lw? a - jhav -"-- Bmif.a. - 'y -' - 2ffgggj1, -, vj.ueffrve -ajg. but the shore seemed so far away and he was nearly exhausted. He did the hest he could and when he got out of mid-channel, he found the river suddenly grow shallow and he could touch bottom. Walter could have shouted, he felt so relieved and happy. He pushed along through the water an...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 14 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmm trils. "In a minute," said the man.. Everything went black to .Walter and then he found himself in the garden at home, with Hero looking at him anxiously. 'Walter's heart gave a great bound. So did his heels "I'm off, father," he called. "Tirqe me arid see how soon I get back." "Say," said Angelimp, "I can " tell 'one of those change-vaur- selkand-see-how-you-like-it stor- ! ies, only I can't work the filmfairy into it." , . "Oh, there are no rules in this "cjub which we can't break'said the Storyrnan. "Just as long as yotf tell a story, everybody will be happy. Has it a name?" 'Tt's got a dandy name," said Angelimp. "It's called " "The Magic Mirror. " .Tomorrow we'll hear about it. - 0"Zr FEMINIZE FRIVOLS Lace is us ed asj-ufflesoivskirts of evening frocksj Many of the newest evening coats are made with a single seam Sealskin, tynx, sable, black marten, ermine and mink are the millinery furs. .. . Thick ribbed voile, almost corduroy in appearance,1 i used in some of the ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 14 November 1911

wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimm m . at I it "4 4-UMMOND WOMAN'S CLUB t HEARS A "VICE REPORT" x . Houses and Disorderly Houses. "It is true that Town the Foss - place. Esher and I are interested ' in it together. The records show -that. It's a saloon' and boarding rhouse. I don't know much about it. Foss runs it. I uess'if the people of this town didn't "warif h places like Foss' here they could t easily get-rid of thenrV-William Thompson, police commissioner ,. of. Hammond, Ind. ' ' h Z, An echo of the ChicagOivice investigation was heard in Hammond last night, when Ktiss Virginia Brooks, 'in an address bevfo the Hammond Woman's tjclub, directly charged .that three avLake county public afficialswereJ owners ot gambling nouses ana disorderly resorts. Miss Brooks' address was, in - the nature of a "vice -report"," but she made no effort to conceal j:he "key" to her remarks. - . She declared that John Becker,' a township trustee, owns a bundling on State. street, West Ham- " mond, which is devoted...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 14 November 1911

ppniumpjijpjippwmwwwpifw lP9U9JVPPV - .j TELEGRAPH BRIEFS " Jonn Wanamaker, PHiladelphia, says wdmen who drink and smoke are menace to nation. Well it's the women in your own "set" who do, John. , "There's plethora of laws." Governor Dix of N. Y. Gee, we thought something was the matter, but we didn't think it was as bad as that. - Hetty Green offered to "do a skirt dance in the moonlight" to prove' to reporter that she is as young and lively as ever. Why, Hetty! ' ' . Little Rock, Ark., street car conductor refused to change $5 bill for passenger. Put him off car. Passenger was Governor Donaghey. Problem: What's the exact value of that street car conductor's job? ' ' Thomas McBreen, 50, Fond du Lac, Wis., ef 11 from railroad trestle. Neck broken, body paralysed, skull fractured. Physicians say he'll live. ' Chinse Republicans have surrounded Nanking, 'the city of blood. Foreigners warned to leave city. Republicans going to even up for massacreof thousands of helpless countrymen by ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 14 November 1911

"iv ed 3. Rest" decided -tljey ,djdh?t .want to stealany 'of ."Frdncnsco's goods. - - , Frank .Qakley, farrner,. found dead in re.ar'o'f Toledo,:.", restaurant. Nowe don't' know Yihat was the matter with the restaurant. - T ,.!''- - iSeattle founded 60 years; ago -to-day. And think of Ithe gall of' it leading the country in iiriitiaiive", referendum, recall and the makr ing- of nasty: ' remarks .'. abonf judges who don't come up to people's standard! . .'.'? . Leon Kouts, son . of arney Kouts, founder qf Kouts. In'dr; got in way of falling tree- during blizzard yesterday, i 'ii "This semi - deification' of jtfdges, this sanctimonious, cant about "mob rule," is meredrivel::? Samuel Gompers, president A::F. of L. . '-.'-. Supreme court's in again;-i Just put jinx on Interstate Commerce Commission; taking "away most" of its-lpower to "regulate JraiirQatis. Fifty Cornell students, wbrk ing way through college, by wait1, ing on "co-eds! " tables,rpn strike because forced to eat" butter: ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 14 November 1911

mmmmmmm t it, CITY BRIEFS "Thermometer has gone down.' Price op food has .gone up. Maurice Enright given life sen-' tence for murderlof Vincent Altman. Judge McSurely overruled a motion for new trial. Theodore Jackschewitz of Harvey, asks that name be changed to Jackson. Says he can't spell present name. " Frank Slader, 2509 Racine, kill ed riding motorcycle yesterday. Struck- auto at Diversey parkway and Lincoln. Thrown under the wheels of another auto. ' Stefano Bzdusek, 934N. Central ave., yesterday returned marriage license issued tohim Nov. 9," to marry Alsbeta Holic. -No wedding bells for Bzdusek, and he says he's glad of it. l John J. Broderick, 12, 122 S. Aberdeen, knocked down a"nd se-f verely injured, by .auto at Jackson and'Aberdeen last night. Rev. James iMcCormick,. Geneva Catholic church, umpired football game. One player .swore at "punk" decision. Father Me Cormick formerly star athlete. 'Is that plain enough? John Whalen, Catholic, wanted to. be -married by -priest.....

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 14 November 1911

loading -beef on platform at W. 38th place and Gage today. Heart disease. . , Fire in four-story building of Omaha Packing Co,, 2312 S. Halsted street, last night. $2;000 damage. " n Miss Pay Tut'h'ill, 733 N. Central avnue attacked by -highwaymen, who -. struck . her in mouth. Girl screamed and .man fled, empty, handed Girl was .carrying $50. - . , " William Quinn, 6113-Langley, robbed of gold watch by three men at East 62d and Langley last night. Well dressed man passed worthless check for $7.50 on Albert Ernest, 5422 Evanston, a furniture dealer. Gave name of A". Ruffer. Not caught. Clyde Hubner, 28, arrested for taking' suit case of George Szaalatzky, .South -Bend," Ind., in LaSalle street station. .TWO ROUMANIAN PRINCESSES -COME TO 'HUNT BIG ' ' NEWFOUNDLAND tJAME Princess Nicola Ghika and rmcess Zoe Maurocordato. , r ;Princess Nicola .Ghiki and her niepe. have, arrived in. New York" frpm .Bucharest to join Prince Ghika in a big game hunt in Newfoundland, , "We Roumanian women'...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 14 November 1911

wmmmmmmmmmmm CYNTHIA . GREY'S., DAH,Y CORRESPONDENCE I am a girl 18 years old. Am quite short. What would be the best way to fix my hair? D. B. Dressing the hair as high as the present fashion will permit, would give your figure added height. Althought the pompadour is not the latest style of .hair dressing, it is still worn to some extent, and would probably have the desired effect of giving you height. You had better try different ways until you find obethat is becoming. I am going with a yourig man who wishes to marry. He is all that is good and true, and could make me a good home-; but, as he speaks somewhat brokenly; I find, it very annoying, -when out in company. On that account, .1 am in doubt what to do. &.' ' If you love the -young , -man enough'to marry him; why,n.ot'do so, and thenjhelp him to learn to speak better English? He may even be willing, td enlist your help before marriage, if ypa can '-tact-, 'fully suggest "his heed of improvement along that partic...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 14 November 1911

Growth of the A. F.'.ofL. t 'Atlanta, Ga.f Nov. 14. Sec'y. (Morrison;, o te A. jF.'of.L, in his annual report. says--there .is $189,579.56 in the treasury at-the end of.thefiscal year.- . Of this, USis'in-the defense fund for 4ocal trade',1 and federal labor unions, and;canie used to pay benefits, only 'in 'case of strike or lockout of; members of there local unions.,', ,- ' v , The' balance, ' $55,797.22 jV jn the general fund: Of ttiis-'ohly $15,155,29 is a vailable-f or general expense"-of ,the A. 'F. of)L.. ' , , Total receipts from. all sources $182,188:68, -.total expenses' $175,524.08. " ' ' ";'--- Charters 'issued- vear pending Sept. 3d; 1911- S26l'lhterriat'i'onals were' granted, tb "WHiteKats Actors'5 Union'o'f America, American Brotherhbbdcdf- Slate Workers, Western Federation of-Mih-ers. Trades unionsr207, Federal labor unions' 55. Gentral -Ubd-ies.61. ' ' The" voting strength for:a'ffiliated unions for 1911 Ts 18643'as against 16,737fdr 1910.' ' Reports from 63 internat...

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