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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 14 November 1911

4 ' THESE WOMEN FIND FORTUNES IN WASTE PAPER BASKETS OF U. S. TREASURY tfEPARMENT i fc) y Gv.flow. i .Mrs. Warren, (at right) and Miss Kate Shea, busy saving money; 'for the Treasury Department. $10,000 Roll Thrown Away by Careless Uncle Sam. The men folks who handle the nation's purses are a careless lot. All the time they- are throwing greenbacks and gold, certificates and valuable papers of all sprts right into the waste., paper bas Jjets. Your Uncle Samuel would gtf right ahead" arid burn his money, and important letters which he; really ought to file away for fu ture reference if Mrs. Mary War ren and Miss Kate Shea would let! him." "' . Mrs. Warren and Miss Shea i are,the official "watchdogs", of th .33 i3;l j -or tso a ww ststn Kvc ,jq;St v HmHtimmmmmm

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. — 14 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm treasury waste paperbaskets.''' - -Down in their little otffice in the basement of .thetr,easurx build ing in Washington,these two wo tpen dump out the waste baskets used "by the clerks-who handle the government's money and cor respondence:. Carefully four .femininer hands Jear apart all envelopes, open packages letters and1 rolls of pa pier. Sometimes they make val uable "finds." For instance, Mrs. 5Varrenyfound a, roll of $10,000 one evening. . jy "I was so qxcited aboutit," she sajd, "that? I couldn't go home and didn't Icnow'what to do with the money. .iWaited' a longtime and finally General Spinner, who .was P. Si treasurer then, 'caraejn and turneiJ1 themoney over to him." Mrs." '.Warren has been Jn the government's- ergploy, 40 'years, beginning as a cHahvoman. " , . - :-o-i-o-: , Sixth Panel Called Judge - v ' Excuses 20, Out;of 30 v Judge Bordwell excused 20 'of the firstthirty names'called in the sixth panel on the1 men -showing that they could not qua...

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. — 14 November 1911

BASEBALt YARNS BY, BILLY-EVANS . ?Jack Murray was the unfprtu nate Giant. Battling fourth, he was regarded as the "cleanup man." But in -six games he didn't get a safe one. - . . In the fifth game Coombs fanned eight men in five innings. Murray twice falling a victim of his benders. Murray paid Coombs a compliment-in. reply to a rabid New York fan. - ' - "What's the matter,- Murray,- can't you even make a foul? Coombs must have a lot of stuff the -way you're missing 'em." "I'd like to see you up there," said Murray, with a laugh. "He has so much sfcuff his. drop lboks like a wild pitch."- Coombs did have,, a "lot of stuff." His drop brolce-a foot-in the last few fett it traveled. Ap parently about to qross the plate at the batter's eyes, it dropped fast and crossed the .plate several inches below the shoulder. - A tragedy occurred in the fourth game. Matthewson was pitching. He had won 2, to 1 over Bender and lost o Coombs, 3 to 2. A week's rest failed toput him back into shape and ...

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. — 14 November 1911

wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm THE STRANGE-CASE OF S. CHANDLER-ROGERS S. navy. worker Fourteen -years (h,e went tuider name 'of Kelly; sudden ly 'became.ravingWaniacuand I" was 32'VearsjoldLrnarn'edr and - yet,-he Iknewnothing. from the day -he" was' 17. Seattle, .WasiJ Nov. 'With out parelfeljn all' known cases, o"f dual personality fittioh'r real S. Chandler Rogers. is the "strange' ' career of Sr Chandler Rogers', who awoke in the Providence hospital here-'to find that he had lived 14 years as another man. As" George Kelly he lived 14 years since beirig'slugged in New York and thrown into the Hud solf River. Papers found on him' It was as a skilled mill and "MiimTiprmfirT tViaf George' Kelly1 workVd at Port Blakely, Wa'sh: Two months ago he married -Miss Agnes John son? ; . ' ' Today, as far as the memory of the man goes, George Kelly nev er liyed- . When,. Rogers awoke on theoperating table after part of his. skull was removed, George Kelly died and he left behind no corpse. . The '...

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. — 14 November 1911

to keep Granny -from finding it out SHAN"' . Sitting- by his hospital cot was the girl he married two months before. She leaned over and kiss ed him, but Rogers only stared at her to him she was a woman he had never seen. In the hospital corridor Rog ers told his story: "All I know about George Kel Iy is what they tell me. I got awake here and remembered be-' mg slugged. I thought it was last night. So I asked for paper and wrote to , my sister. Now th'ey tell me she isn't hi New York, but is a nursje somewhere. ,'t remember everything be fore May 1, 1897 That was my 17th birthday and, kid-like, I was having a good time. I bought a new stiit of clothes. At Ninth avenue and'32nd; street three men asked for a match. 'I'm no match factory,' I said. Then we mixed and I remember swimn ing in the rivfer. Then I woke up here. "I didn't believe them when th'ey said I was in Seattle and was brought-here as George Kelly. I juukcu m me mirror ana saw my face was changed. My teeth were broke -o...

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. — 14 November 1911

fip - .- -ri;'j.rrvJ'r ... ' . ' ONE" OF LIFE'S LITTLEMY$TERIES' ' ' ': , -: ' - - :cI;:' . , Here's -a man wKo leads-a mot ;matter-of-f act life. He'sa broker, or a plumber, or maybe he" keeps afeed store.' Anyhow, to - VYrSv: vAEAjTVvf " . ; look at him, you would never in' the world think this of him : r ' Sometimes, though rarely, when everybody else in. the- house is asleep or gone to church, or per haps, to a show, this jinan, goes to his room, takes a little1 key and unlocks- one ,of -rthose japanned sheet iron boxes folks keep mort gages in and other things, more or less precious. From this box he takes another, an old-fashioned affair, all coveredvwithjeriw,inkle shells stuck on with glue. .Open ing, this box in turn, he takes -out a cheap and sleazy "blue ribbon, tied iriya-bow."',, ,-i: :J bz ; r ' He lifts the ribbon. witff.tender cafel-r He 'exercises especial care lest he 'crush out. of .shape the little? rbundUJopimade-by -the -knot. And laying this foolish trifle, be...

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. — 15 November 1911

wgpmiWllHm'iuiM THE DAY BOOK 500 SO. PEORIA ST. 398 TEL. MONROE 353 -r. 77T-. rrz : ., ,rt; ltf inicago, Wednesday, JNovemDer u, iyn. THE SOCIAL EVIL DEMANDS A CONSTANT i SUPPLY FROM THE RANKS OF YOUNG GIRLS i v- The Vice Report Points Oat Some of the Immoral In- , - Raences and Dangers That Menace Chicago Chil dren Temptations to Children of the ' Poor Who Live in and near the Restricted Districts. " While the newspapers tell us that the police are chasing the women of the underworld out of this and that district, they don't tell us where they are chasing them. ' ' v It is a-good deal like a m!an throwing his rubbish, over the fence into his neighbor's vard - , . ? These: women have to 'live. They- have to live somewhere, Fining them $10 or $100 doesn't purify them. Nor does' it drive them off thet face of the earth. t '' ," And somd more cdnstructive.cmethbd'of handling this problem ' than chasing them around the block will have to "be devised. ' .The vice report says , that the1 ...

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. — 15 November 1911

mimmmmmffS'mmmm The following quotation starts on page 237 of the official report ' of the Chicago Vice Commissions "IMMORAL INFLUENCES AND DANGERS "1. Children in Vicinity of Vice Districts. It is a notorious fact that many children of all age3 are compelled by poverty or cir cumstances to live within or m close proximity to the restricted districts in Chicago. Because of this these children are subjected to great moral dangers. They become familiar with scenes of der bauchery and drunkenness until they are careless and indifferent. Their moral standards are lowered to such an extent that it is diffi cult to fill their minds with .wholesome thoughts and high ideals. In addition to the presence of prostitutes near their homes, the children are iri danger from vicious men and boys who frequent such districts. "According to the school census taken in 1910, there were 3,931 children under twenty-one years of age in he First ward. Of this number 1,246 were under four years of age, 259 f...

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. — 15 November 1911

Vr unde,r four, 84 from four to five, 98 from five to six, 87 from six to seven, 1,318 from seven to fourteen, 330 from fourteen to sixteen, and 1,215 over sixteen and under twenty-one. "Within the boundaries of the restricted district in this dis trict there are,433'children, from babies in arms to twenty-one years of age. Of these, 154 live on the boundaries. c "jThe children living within these boundaries are in close prox imity to houses of prostitution and disorderly saloons. "The Commissipn has a record of a prostitute on Randolph street soliciting two boys in knee'pants to enter, and offering as an inducement, "two for a quarter.') "One day a man was solicited "by a prostitute standing on the porch of her home in one of the restricted districts while a number of young boys were playing in the street in front of this house. "The following- history of a tenement family near the 22nd street district is a case in point: "A skilled mechanic had a wife and four "children (one boy a...

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. — 15 November 1911

'WHY NOT USE 'EM THIS WAY? The W. C..T. U. Has Put the Ban onthe Hobble Skirt,- False Hair and High Heels. Aviator Vaniman says his wife is the games t woman who-ever lived." Huff! Just"because she keeps her composure while he risks breaking hisjieck, ,Theres 'others."

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. — 15 November 1911

wtmrnmmmmmmm VERMILYA'S STEPSON SAYS SHE STRANGLED BABY; HOW DEATH THREATS MENACED SMITH, TOLD Extra Watch Ordered Over Mrs. I Vermilya Following Threats She Made to Matron. yQ "Smith told me Mrs. Vermilya wanted him to go into the under taking business;-and that she had agreed to furnish him the money. He said: "She told him that she knew one undertaker, hut that she did not like him. "He told me that this under taker had threatened to kill him if he did not leave Mrs. Vermilya alone, h " "He also told me that Mrs Ver milya had threatened to kill him unless, he left his wife." , From statement of Mrs. Alice N. Anderson. r, ..- I ,- ', - A new charge, more horrible than any that has gone' before, -was made today against Louise Vermilya. Her own stepson.v Fred Ver milya, is the accuser.. He says that'he beljevesMrs. Vermilya strangled to dea'th his little baby daughter. , i ' Fred-Vermilya's wife, Mrs. Lil lian Vermilya,-died in Mrs.Ver T milya's former home at 2916 Grdyeland avenue,...

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. — 15 November 1911

he died, he stayed at my, house. He" "became very sick durjng the "night. "Thursday he 'told me he-was going to try to get off. I never saw him alive again. ,, r "Smith also told me that Mrs. Vermilya had threatened to kill him unless he left his wife." The statement of MrsAnder ,' son was made to the police volun tarily. She came to Chicago from Plymouth expressly to make the statement. Mrs. Vermilya is being more closely- guarded than ever. t The reason thereof is a defiant state ment she made to Mrs. Mae Small, one of her matrons of the jail. "I shall never go to a cell," she r said. "They needn't think' they can put me in one, either. Before I would go to a ceU, I would " Then Mrs. Vermilya, stopped, and looked at Mrs. Small fearful ly, as if afraid she had said too much. ' . Mrs. Small reported the matter to Jailer Davies, who ordered a still more strict watch kept over .the woman who is suspected of having poisoned ten persons for the lust of gold. The authorities take MrsVer ...

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. — 15 November 1911

Ms m1- jiV'u - -.' "?"!"B""55' 8 i Levy will try f o g'eMCilbane for a 10 or 12-round"bput. at New York or Boston. He is, also nego tiating a match r or "two at-New Orleans over "the' 20,-qound course and may land one with the "Eng lish boy, Billy- Marchant. ( Rivers is only 19an3:3evelqping P""""""""""""""""""""""""""""H wj lB """b Jose Rivers. rapidly. In another, year he will be ready to 'get into a higher class possibly the lightweight, and if he carries the punclvhe'may yet give Ad Wolgast a'rmvm that divi sion. V2SHD joi 2iim.t JUDGE" BORDWELL. AND, I-t DEFENSE AGAIN CLASIH Following. Court's Excusing of Talesman on Account of Age" . Defense Claims Man Is in Excellent Health. ' ! 'Los Angeles, Cal., Nov. 15. There was another heated clash between Judge Bordwell arid counsel for the defense when the court. excused Talesman M. W Gorcorarf. Deputy District At- iorriey Vermilya had failed to get an admission that Corcoran could not.be fair, when the court sud denly announced that ...

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. — 15 November 1911

jj -4JL iKuuuimynmmQmQggmmglBXIiW t I milya subjected Corcoran, who is a relative of the famous war col pnelof "the 69th New York regi ment, to a strenuous grilling, en deavoring to lay the foundation for a challenge oh the grounds fhat he is too old to serve: Cor coran, Irish by birth, although a resident of the west since 1859, heJd'his own for the most part fVxth the skilled counsel, insisting itne ahd'again that he knew little about the McNamara case and cared less, and positively had no opinion. Corcoran is 68, a retired mining engineer, and fofmeH steamboat man. He lead an ad venturous life in Nevada-and Jdaho before settling down at Ocean Park as a farmer. T As, soon as the seat occupied by Corcoran is filled by a man passed "by both sides, theexercis jng of peremptory challenges will begin.' "Of the two men secured yesterday, the defense is" certain fo challenge both unless Darrow changes his mind when the re ports of his investigators are re ceived. " - G. H. Elliotts is 65...

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. — 15 November 1911

pppflpplpppippwppppi 'Jfi" y-lffTf- THE 'UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT STAGES THE ' ' .. LAST ACT IN THE TRAGEDY OF "PRAIRIE ROSE" Six Characters and'the U. S. Gov ernment Compose the Cast for Romance Which Began Many -- Years Ago. Muskogee, Okta., Nov. 15. The. last act in a romance of love and poverty, a tragedy of millions anaphase treachery, isbeingstag ed;in the-office of the" government here. .. ,' ' The actors are: 1 rThe-Rbse of the Prairie, a .beau tifurindian girl of -the Greek- na tion. - ' -' - RQbert Pittnian, a white man, who met and loved and married theRose'of the Prairie in the days of his poverty," only to divorce and humiliate her when she brought him untold .riches. Their Three -Children, victims of- the "white 'man's plague tu berculosis. Florence Kane, white stenog rapher, who, as business manager off the Pittman millions wooed Robert Pittman from his Indian wife. ' . The United States government . "The first scene of the romance opens many years ago when Ok lahoma ...

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. — 15 November 1911

ssssmmmmmmmemmmimm ,aSMMSiWf i a new actor walked upon tHe stage. Florence- Kane, a beautiful white girl, was employed by Pitt man, first as stenographer, then as. manager of his millions. Pittman fell in love wjth Flor ence Kane. He went to the Rose of the Prairie, 'and asked -her to consent to a divorce. The Rose of the Prairie bowed her head. Who was she to argtte with her lord and hiaster, to say him nay? It was the way of her own nation, and the word of her man-lord was law. The divorce was granted. Pitt man married Florence Kane at Buffalo, N. Y. He and his white wife went west again, and the Rose pi Jthe Prairie, father of Pittman's chil dren, became the humble, .sub missive servant of Florence Kane, her former husband's new wife. Then the United States gov ernment stepped ixR'j - It was found that-Pittman and his white wife were-living cm-a-splendid ranch'in Utahthat the Rose of the'Prairie.was doing-the work of 'a. servant around Jthe house; that Robert Pittmanj jr., owner ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 15 November 1911

Tv - TSFf yTT - ? tion for th coihmitjnien teethe j 'Itttnr ThcF motion-was being- ar defendant to:a S&te'mseCsy gued whentcojurt adjourned.' VICTORIOUS:. baNES&u5Ev6ttONARY: 'GENERAL- rS TI - ...-?-VV..'. XfCiVr i ' . - I?';',.? T - : .: ' v .'t:i. ' f t wmK2am&tij,Vt'X HM"P""fVHkv '. 'rv' V.N'8MMaMK r&vK.. j'VS? . -i -, Gen. Li.- Yuan Hurifg, Chinese ceb.eUgeneral -who captured the blg"xitfes pi 'U'Chang,aXdpIJank6wfand.w'ho. fought two bloo'dy battles-with tTieJmperial-frQops.atHankow. This photograph was gfvn to the Chiqafpres's f -Shanghai .by a refugee-from Hankow and. wa's sent -to' 'this country; bytha't rfewpaner. - - General Li was ra colonel, of tp'e new amy at Wu-Chang and headed a.reyplt of thex-Gfaps.- The1 title.he'ha's chosen for himself is "Generalissimo of-tHerp'epp'le's, army:'!" Gen. Li has also been one of a number rum9ejd,forj-esintjpttheng.w Chinese, republic He speaks En&hiueMl545ri"riT'- , .-- . ' -siLcj - rtf M tjiiuitHMMMmmimmmmM

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 15 November 1911

mmmmmmmmm ' CITY BRIEFS Fred Giere, 17, made two at tempts to kill mother. Stole her money andclothes.- Refused to "work. Arrested. Zion City objects to cement sidewalks".. People say the Sav ior wouldn't like them. Mrs. Marie DeLorenz, alleged bigamist, brought here from St. Louis. Said to have deserted Antonio. Nicolette, 565 W. Har rison street, to 'return to first hus band. Philip, Rand, 29, arrested, charged with being one of two men who swindled H. Finegold, '8376 S. -Marshalfield ave., out of 400-. , - Walter Traeger, Kenosha, ar rested, charged with attempting to kidnap two sons from divorc ed wife. - John Moreland, 10241 Avenue J, killed by falling kettle of mol ten metal in plant .of Illinois Steel Co. Charles, Brower, 85, asphyxiate ed in home of son, 6830 Wayne ave. Delps Lamb, 40 W. 70th place, crushed, and fatally injured in ele vator accident at 1J5 W. Jfyfconroe street. r Miss Anna Monch, employed in home, of G. B. Dugdale, 5206 S. Western ave., accidentally shot in ...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 15 November 1911

wwwpwwpw r 5.-. i-,&'t-tl?ip!ril ifP-Mg, cynthia grey's aid to homeMakers .- (1) What will take ink stain out of a white waist after it has been washed? (2) Give recipe for angel cake. (3) What will be the leading- color in men's .suits for the, coming winter? A Reader. A. (1) Dissolve a teaspoonful -oxalic acid in a pint of hot watery and rub the stains well. Rinse in hot waten Repeat until stains are removed. Use precautions, as thcacid is poisonous'. (2) Beat one cup egg-whMt.es until very stiff with a pinch of salt. Fold jn one cup granulated Sugar sif tpd twice, one-teaspoonful almond and Yz teaspoonful vanilla. Then -add one. cup flour,, arid one ieaspopriful cream of tartar which has been sifted together 3 tipies. Fill but tered .pap .with center tube, and bake 40 minutes. When done.in ver pan until cool, remove "pan, brush cake with, egg-white beaten with sugar, and then cover with frosting. (3) BVowns and grays. THANKGiyiNG ' RECIPES - "Chestnut -Soup.' ' Peel and b'lar...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The day book. — 15 November 1911

BIG" RAILROAD BATTLE FORECASTED 4FROM FEDERATION OF LABOR CONVENTION HALL X 1 BrW Struggle on Harriman Lines May z Spread Nation Wide Com ment by The Day Book's Spe-.- cial .Representative By Max Hayes. -' Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 15. Wfiile the McNamara case is absorbing , a large share of the attention jf , aeiegates at ine American Federa- ' tidn of Labor con vention, the great strike of shopmen ' on the Illinois Cen tral and other Har riman lines may come up almost "? any hour. 'President Kline of the Brother- hood ot tsiack- fa, - smiths, -who 'is di-, . ! recting the fight-of the unions in volved, aided by Presid'ent Franklin-of the boilermakers, President ' O'Connell of the madhinists,(an'd other official' are determined to secure early action and an expres sion of 'sentiment regarding1, the syhipathies and financial"assist ance that-tn&yjbe expected by-the men on the -firing line. i .Kline.is delivering some bl&ck 5 smith hammer blows " for his ' cause. He declares that th...

Publication Title: Day Book, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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