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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 16 November 1911

mmimmmmimgm WP ROOSEVELT DENOUNCES " UNITED STATES COURTS Shows How They Have. Muddled The Criminal Trust Casesand Suggests They Be Shorn of Power. New York, Nov. 16. In an edi torial in the current iss'.ie'of the Oiitjook, Col. Theodore Roosevelt pays his regards To tJia ""reorganization" of the Standard Oil and Tobacco Trusts. i And -he denounces flatly tlie manner in which the United ; States courts have been mis- ' handling the trust muddle. He says; In the 'case ot the Tobacco Trust, the settlement in the Circuit Court ... . .practically leaves alrthe companies stiil-suh-stailtially under the control of the 29 original defendants. '"Such a result -is lamentable from the 'standpoint 'of justice1. , "The decision 'of the Circuit Court means that 'the ,. Tobacco Trust merely has been obt'ged to change its .clothes, that none of the real offenders have' re- ' ceived any punishment, while, 'as the New York Times, a pro-trust paper, says, - the . tobacco concerns, in their new clothe...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 16 November 1911

gEsESSSvsgss TWO AMERICAN ARCHBISHOPS -FORROME TORECEIVE , . CARDINAL'S INSIGNIA.'. - i - Me, BBBffii -sliME- 'wss f- "-M Archbishop Falconio. Archbishop Farley. This is a reproduction of a photograph aken at New York on board the steamer on which. Cardinals-designate Falconio and Farley, sailed'for Rome to receive the insignia of their high office. o o To Sue for Fortune of Sister , He Hadn't Seen for 44 Years. St. Louis, Nov. 16. James H. Piat of this city has announced that he will enter suit for part of the estate of Anna Wilson, rich deniimonde, who died recently in Omaha, and whom Piat ,riow claims was his sister. The woman left the majority of her fortune of $500,000 to charity. cPiat says the last he heard of his sister was in 1867, when,she was employed as a maid in Memuhls. Tenn. Then the family lost- track of-hei. " She liad sloped pre- vious to this, but , the marriage had ended unhapily, and it was, thought she had run away with another. man. Rumon from Memphis came to ...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 16 November 1911

.-5c--.- - v- " y?ir- Mi ' ? "W-t t-V .1 5 7Z&&& !5v77 V -rf v" ,VT RESULT OF ITALIAN'S FIRE ONTURKS This picture shows the effect of the bonbrtgoitothe governor's w , palace at Benghazi by. Italian-cannon. . . ' o- CLAIMINGHER Having given women' the oalJot, California statesmen and politicians are discussing the question as to which party has the claim on the vwomari vote. The progressives put tfre amendment through the legislature Btlt there is 'no question but it took "regular" Republican and Democratic votes to adopt it. Of course, the discussion is. mere maste of wind. Parties and party managements can claim anything that tickles them to consider theirs the women will do as they durned please. We've seen claims made df right to dictate what woftlen should do, claims made strenu ously, not to say blasphemously, too, and the claiming has always resulted in fizzles on 'em' a yard long, ' No sir, the fellows wfio put ?- man in politics and expec...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 16 November 1911

1 NU 5 PSCAR. AND" TAbdCPHl DON'T LIKE WHAT.' BLEW IN SI vonx;khow long DE.fi (MPd!!. 'F$KOlE$ V. & -7 UCOK NOW DeV )L . AiNTC onuinmuj "rgr: s:t ih.t:-irons'-- - ' HERE 7r. .J: J I' L , Y'goUTAR f ! , COMCS , -'. 1 - " wd CUFF R - .

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 16 November 1911

, ' r- r eating!. W p ' -A . t I JOI'D - V ss . ,rA tCK? Vffl. cA're vot r - "!?-"' L A " GEMS OF WISDOM By Osgar and Adolph. , A tad nameiss der vorst part of aman. Most people nefer smell sauerkraut till you, tell dem vot id iss, ' Der reason of der long neck on a ostricfi iss dot he hass such liddie brains' dot id don'd matter how far avay from him dey are kept. -o- Bryan demands that Taft.tell him why he dosn't puNlhe trust criminals in jaU instead of civilly suing -them. Thais ,easy;- William. The. trust-criminalsdon't want to go to jail. Now they talk of "dollar corn" next ngThat(gh;' pile A man iss nefer a pKilantropisC until he hass got all dot is earning to him. : Dere iss a sil'fer liningto efery; goltbrick. ' A. tramp iss 'a tourisd who dbn'd expect accommodations better a's dose he gets ad' home. o , it on ! The consumer has. ori friends. Mark'Hanna made a lot of U. S. Judges who are now judging. "Kext-the 'initiative, referendum and fecalh" Thev would Mfc

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 16 November 1911

. LABOR FEDERATION TO APPEAL TO "CONGRESS ifc - Want Workmen's Compensation -ofLaw Passed Also LaFollette Bill Giving Free- Speech to u. Government Clerks. Atlanta, Ga.'Nov. 16. The American Federation of Labor today decided to urge Congress $p pass a workmen's compensation law, giving a mini muni of five years wages to employes killed in service A resolution, which is Relieved certain of adoption,, -ftill urge the passage of the LaFollette bill which would give free speech to government clerks. The measure would abrogate the- executive order issued by Roosevelt and maintained by Taft which prohibits the employes " of the government from taking any part, in any effort for legislation without fhe specific permission f of the heads of their departments. . 3 The United Mine Workers today introduced a resolution condemning the National Civic Federation and requesting all "members of the , American Federation f Labor tosever their connection With the Civic Federation. . , This, it is exp...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 16 November 1911

i Vs - jj rV'fpffft t Wtfe "4 "r r'f5!5? AJ WHY. THE MYSTERY IN RELATIONS BETWEEN LOUISE VERMILYA AND UNDERTAKER BOYSEN Letters Written by Undertaker Prove He Was Not Frank in J Statement Made to Coroners Why are Louise Vermilya and Undertaker Charles C Boysen making so mtich mystery about the relations between them? s' 'This is the question that is, disturbing the police in charge of the Vermilya case xoday. Last week, Boysen made a long statement to Coroner Peter M. Hoffman. N v He denied having been .more than a casual iriehd to Mrs. Vermilya. He referred to her as crazy, and apparently was so frank that his statement was accepted. Now the police have discovered the following letter, supposed to have been written to Mrs". Vermilya by Boysen, vhile he, was on that European trip for which Mrs. Vermilya says she lent him $250. Dear Louise: ' ' It seems like an age since I saw' you last-1 would love to sit down and eat a real good meal with you once more. I can't get used to the cook...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 16 November 1911

btft that letter was written '"by Boysen himself. K sMrs. Vermilya is rapidly imppoving. Last night she "wakened to smell of cooking steak. The matrons of the jail were preparing a niidnight'supper.- . Mrs. Vermilya sat up in bed, and demanded a share in the"-supper. She was told that the supper was not for prisoners, ,r.that the matrons had bought it with their own money. . -? "I'll report you to jthe jailer," she said. - - Evidently, she is not very ill. oo f - SCENT "WHITE SLAYING" IN DEATH -OF GIRL - Police Find Her Boy in Lincoln Park- Lagoon Missing Since November 11," 1910. The body 'of Aini Tuominen, who disappeared from her home, 1107 Grace street, over a vear ago, was found today in the Lin- coin jrarK lagoon, oir otrauoru place. Her death has added another chapter to a most mysterious disappearance, and the police think that before a final solutionis reached, another case' of "white slave" kidnaping will be disclosed. Their theory is that the girl was forced into a life o...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 16 November 1911

mm $T Si Aa-jAi -n ;t it " -tt jevjf,frs r LATE NEWS . . Attorney Hanecy asked State's ' 'Attorney Wayman today if he had anything on which to base his suspicions of legislative bribery. "" Wayman -said he considered his suspicions well grounded when Rep. Link told him he had received $1,000 for his vote for Lorimer. Good heavens, what was there in a little, thing like that to make Wayman suspicious? Yuan, Shi Kai today accepted the offer of the premiership of China in the name of the ,baby emperor. But that hasn't stopped the rebellion nor Wu Ting Fang. When Mrs. Gertrude Ryan, Cleveland, admitted she "kept a good strong woman ia her home to beat her husband when he heeded it," judge decided she wasn't entitled to alimony. - - - Helen Houck, 4, Sharon Va., warmed her dolly near flames of gas stove. " Doll caught fire. Helen fatally burned. Henry Youtsey, supported by Republicans; and. - Curt eff by Democrats, want to head prison Christian Endeavor-society. Both are notorious lifers...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 16 November 1911

V Vr" r v - W ' - ."J ' - - R low wagesfirst-aid:" to the white.sbavef Women ToldHow Immigrant Girls Are Robbed and Betrayed While Authorities Look" On. - Two men, lioth fully qualified to know whereof they -spoke, talked to the National Council pi Women on Chicago Vice conditions at the Auditorium yesterday. - -They were Attorney Carl A. Waldron and Abraham Powers, secretary of the ImmigrationssBu reau of the Y. M. C. A.. .: 'Waldroh said: "Th'ere,are three causes that lead, to the downfall of girls. The first "is economic conditions. The wageso working girls are s6 low they canb"arely, manage to exist on them. "The second and third-are. similar. They are -the weakness, of vanity and the desire for -life on the stage." . Abraham Powers said "An, immigrant girl, a foreign 'girl, Isinbt safe in Chicago. "Eight bundled of these girls have --disappeared in Chicago the last year." j " " )"The police and railway employes are' in league with dishonest expressmen-"-to mulct -newly arrived"...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 17 November 1911

PBpppW!!PiPPWWPWPWp?ww - ' t , k A x I '" :ip. . ' ;' cst a v -p;. PL''"', r A 'WLT'M ROOK . H- VH P" 1 AHV- rB;.il'? B.'T'JEjk '; G(5vi&& THEY? HAVE wTpwjffquTjyaiywrJWicywwmentsiBe.iunaea a oaay ,'. 5.Tihe g-riijen tlpMjnsfitiin itfieir iigftt' against, the dila'tony, .taqtics-- of -;th(e nin'e hfeef packers-Hndicted for,-, conspiracy uWr ''tfieVSherft ". f-"V' ,K r xJwfgt h1st-Yhtefri'ori oWthSScons'tiioriality?1 law beconeteded) today s f. - cf $rr' A; r. - . "' " -;THe gpytnncntttomeys-claimthisis-a- djjstiijct'-Victory. ' T-fiegJijg.QfI tJB,cj?gTB)Stt5iTieys was,tp. stitch the, present jflrtaceeoings overMpnfiyor' Avhidrfdaf evthe actual , trial -opackers?haabcen stby.udge-Carener. -y . it '" ft he cbunseJlfof-thep)rosecu$pn;u afct?on"wjll pejrrtitoTtEete cojiqliiidcelitnnt -..,. ' X.Thus,a decision 4mapossitdyb&handed down by'Tudge Kohl- sait .M.oncjay .' ; ! i? jrll'-V , . . " . ' . -, ' 7-'TfiergoernmehtV lawyers thinkthat Jif "TfidgeKohl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 17 November 1911

will be compelled to await the final decision of the highest "court on the issue raised. ,. In case, however, he decides in favor of the government, an appeal by the packers is certain. In that event, phe government attorneys insist that the actual trial to determine the guilt or innocence of the packers could proceed before Judge Carpenter, unless explicitly stopped by Judge Kohlsaat or an appeal court. The attorneys for the packers insist that the filing of an appeal by the packers in case of a decision-against them would act automatically in stopping the trial UefoTe Carpenter. That the Beef Trust lawyers believe with the government Jthat Judge Kohlsaat intends to quash the writ was made evident today when Attorney Mayer said; "In the event Your Honor quashes the writ, we shall pray an appeal and raise the same questionsfor review that we have raised here." ' Attorney Mayer also argued, that it would be good policy to have the constitutionality of the penal section of the Sherman...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 17 November 1911

HWPPPiPIWiPPPlPWP -im t M wmsmm tf U' r-tThatHsViotcceitfiat something 'tKat was, written 135 years go, lbefqlrelleaKHei'Eriust:e)ver', Happened, doesn't' say, anything c;: ago about jptinishinigtfe Beef' Trust 'Hogs for stealing. Andaht&yeJ.wayKbhlsSat .decides; jut because he has recognized, rije' rigftHifJhe Beef Trust to ask .that mes'tion, th,e wholcafjemustI9pto-the'JSreiue Court of the United Statefs. V fficajjgiiat-bddy'wUl) "deliberate" over it, and wrangle oyer itVanylpok-upiprecedents,. anil, take it, to pieces'to see what makesiit tfpan'd then lorge'the'qgrhbinat'ion.to put the pieces together ttgipaThdiwrite-yolujpps 'of long wodsand Latin terms arid legal ten years. . . x- ' ' charged with r,qp- -will not go to jail Ttgm,"an,crwrue-YDiujnp5 OI rnS w stuff, arfd-ri'pnsensp ahoui and ma; af.thVendqf pne)lontw6j;orfive,or t rrmltnnairpi; i. . rr-' -!!. T.r---: -TCiv. 's .7 --r- '::"""-r--- biqg YOU-TViHoego-to.tnalfor robbing YOU; f&rrol)binerYOU. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 17 November 1911

POLICE AND CORONER DEFIED BY VERMILYA Mrs. Louise Vermilya today refused to attend the coroner's inquest over the body of Policeman Arthur Bissonette, with whose murder she is charged. And she made that stick, too, by having- physicians pronounce her too weak to be taken to the inquest, which was to have been held at the Harrison street station. As a result the inquest has been postponed until November 27, at 10 a. m. "I shouldn't have gdne anyway," said Mrs. Vermilya after the physicians' had pronounced her too ill to be moved. "The coroner can't make me attend the in7 quest if Ilon't want to, and that's all there is to it." Coroner Hoffman- says that Were Mrs. Vermilya in good physical health, he would demonstrate to her that, he could make her attend the inquest, but was forced to throw up 'his hands at the report of Drs. Joseph Springer and Thomas A. Hogan. The physicians said that moving Mrs. Vermilya might te dangerous. "She is suffering from a valvular disease of the heart as...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 17 November 1911

tf''??'! "f,,vr 73?rV: 1 TO COMPLETE JURY -""'"" " EARLYlN DECEMBER . Tjvo -Permanent JurprsRemain Rollowing Second- Exercising of Peremptory'Challenges. ," r ,1 '. ::. t" '"'-,,.-. .-.Los Angeles, Nov. ;lv After ' the-secqnd exercising pf'pereifjjj-t'or.y--challengsi -had' been, conipleted in the. McNaraara, case ftoday,,only two oftlienj.eT tjalesip,en 'passed for- Tcausjejjcejthe first exercising j ofrpefenp.tories remained t as permanentC juror s. They were Jurors Sex tpnpdi.nr are;,., wno - were - lmmetjiateiy sworn. -- -;.. ' 3,wr ." ' .hen Judge -Borie-ll 'announced -that challenging; niig;ht bjegin, the defense . peremptorily challenged ;C. H. Epiptt, :Jac6b' Lansing and-Maj. Brewster-Ten-y'on. k The -state, challenge'dVA!exander. Gribling, Will -AJljffunner and1 Clark 2&cLain,'and"then,announced that it would iaccept; C. -Al, Heath, William J. Andre and J.-B. Sexton as 'permanent occupants of the box. ' . - The defense, after a few -mo-' ments - conference, - ch...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 17 November 1911

mmmmmm. killing James B. McNamara is on J trial, lhen will come evidence ' regarding the actual cause of the destruction of the Times and, in this connection, the state hopes to overwhelm the defense's case by sneer weight of evidence. , It will try to prove that explosions took place in both the rooms, where great batteries of stereotyping and composing linotype and sterotyping machines, operated? by gas and using enormous quantities were constantly working, tl will call 100 witnesses, in an endeavor to show that, because of these machines constantly operating all night previous to the explosion, the defenses' theory that gas shattered "the building is absolutely untenable. ' The state asserts that numerous .witnesses will absolutely swear that it would have been a physical impossibility for enoughgas to have been stored in the Times building near Ink Alley, where the explosion took place, to explode from any cause and that, therefore? the dynamite theory is the only logical one. W...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 17 November 1911

"it-'4'W--f' ft-5"- ,e?i '-kv- for the alleged kidnapping of the former, according to prosecuting Attorney Baker here today. The original plan was to have the trial, following the conclusion of the Los Angeles dynamiting trials. The prosecuting attorney now believes the Los Angeles cases will not be completed fpr at least six months and has determined not to wait. DID MAN 8 YEARS. OLD BRUTALLY SLAY WIFE?" Octogenarian, Held by 'Police, Sobs and Moans in Cell, But ' Refuses to Talk of How Wife Came to Death. Waukesha, Wis., Nov. 17. Did August Hoge of Oconomowoc, 88 years old, feeble, bent and wrinkled wtih age, murder his wife in cold blod'a's she lay asleep fn bed? , If he did, the police have utter ly failed to uncover any motive that might lead him to do so. Hoge is in jail here. He 'sobs and moans and. shouts his innocence every minute of the day and night. He has not slept, since '.he 'was placed in jail charged ' with the murder of his wife. He walks up and down, and up and do...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 17 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmm JUDGES TEACH PEOPLE -CONTEMPT OF COURTS' At Seattle, Wash., a jury gave a verdict against a big corporation of $12,262 in favor of Eli Melocich, a workingman. This man lost his right arm ; his chest was torn open, and he suffered lasting internal injuries. In the charge to the jury, Judge Hanford used thewords "any negligence." Then he set aside the -verdict and gave the big corporation a new trial because he "ored- judicially" use the word "any" in his charge to the jury. Incidentally the judge said the verdict was to'o big as "$12,000, is about five times too much for a workingman's hand." , Is it any wonder that judges, courts and even law itself are in bad repute with the people? This is not an isolated case. . .Though the law is no respector o persons,-its administrators often are. The records are full of cases where rich and poor offenders, equally guilty of violating the same law, did not get the same treatment. .. Judges that juggle and misinterpret law to favo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 17 November 1911

7K& &? -, 4-- !- t "V ' 'ALL LABOR'S EYES ON THE MAYORALTY BATTLE AT LOS ANGELES, SAYS MAX HAYES - , Federation of Labor Convention at Atlanta Hoping for Harriman to Win, Because Jt Will Be a Victory for Labor Principles. Atlanta, Nov. ican Federation gates, without 17. The Amerof Labor deleexception, sanc- Lt Job Harriman. tion the giving of moral and financial support to the combined socialist union forces that are waging a vigorous campaign to make Job Harriman mayor of Los Angeles, but theyt hesitate to give expression to their hopes for fear that action might be resented by some thoughtless people. . Harriman is known from coast to coast as one of the ablest ora tors now before the public pleading" the cause of the working people, He possesses iare tact and executive ability and will make one of the greatest mayors that any city in this country ever had, if elected. This is a part of the battle now raging everywhere between progress on the one side and p...

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

industrial field the fight would surely spread into the political field. . But all warnings were in vain. iThe trusts continued the pleasant and profitable pastime of raising the cost of living, while the workers endeavored to organise (and raise wages somewhat in proportion to increased prices. The open 'shoppers with strikebreakers, injunctions, etc., attempted, to drive back the clamorous workers. Result: Outcries everywhere for the initiative, referendum and re call, demands for the smashing of I trusts, conservation, insurgency, socialism, etc., etc. The old parties we're Yipped up the back. The progressiye movement is spreading. The socialists are daily gaining ground and there are many other manifestations of the social unrest. . Thes6 are taking concrete form in dozens of resplutions introduced in the convention and everybody is hoping that Harriman will fire the country by carrying Los Angeles on Dec. 5. ' Prof. Paul Linder of the Royal Agricultural college, Berlin, has dis...

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