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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 20 November 1911

mmjtKlHlU19 IWW rJir.W f M """" " ' J '-"Hfl "" witch, only instead of riding my broom, I'll drive it. Or I'll be the old woman up in a basket and the floor is the sky which I must sweep the cob-webs off." After she ceased tfeing a "witch, sne Decame a great artist ana nn;nf. o ,,;,.., -, .1.0. :-, front with a dust-cloth. She changed the game for the chairs and furniture and pretended she was a hostler currying and rubbing down the horses. When she went to "do up" her room, she played her bed was. a garden and as she spread the sheets they were sheets of falling rain. The blanket was a fertilizer carefully spread over thersiirface. As she tucked in the edges she o pretende'd sh"ewas spading-v amcultivating and as she patted and smoothed, that was planting the seeds." Last of all was the flowered coverlet and that, of course, was the garden blooming into; life. . i And then, at the end of the day she played she was a hop-toad and hopped into the garden bed; burrowing down for a slee...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 20 November 1911

mi Ijjl VIVmmPWIPililiHHHl .y-t T- , . "f. .-:';-V. J ... ' r- ' i. " U COLORADO. DEMAtoSGERTRUDE PATCERSbNfS LIFE; s TRIAL6ENSHM-t)iWN STORY MR -QNLY. HOPE " ' - - ' "" ,:f; - - ng TlrlTff rrtlrk Wvir ?fl AArVifit- I triA fircf Hiptmn 'Qnactnl Prneo.. may .be the last act in the life of Gertrude' Gibson Patterson was Staged in"the criminal court here.' today. . - She was on trial for the jhurder, of her husband, Charles' (Chick) pTppfJarfip oh ioi smtaii sdi '-JYTi VrtSS?W;yrfV- : '-'"--- -- the first talesman Special Prose--cutor Horace G "Benson s.tartled ,the "defense.. ' , He made it plain .that he was going to depiand that.'Mrs. Patterson .pay for the 'iff e she took,. t ,, vis 6i) VC 'rMl$7"3iil. rt v;9 "'$

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 20 November 1911

wwwjjwrwwwwwwiywwwwwwww j-w.jp win a J v Lt-jmmi.KKi!r- 35ff-' rTtTrf T'Tg-. -""ptt-i -- - ""wo -5 ,0. N. Hilton. They had expected the state to ask for a verdict of murder in the first degree or acquittal. The death penalty had not entered into their- calculations. Mrs. Patterson appeared drawn of face and haggard when she appeared in court this morning. She had "been in conference with Hilton and her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson, of St. Louis, all nighf .- The woman was dressed with plain simplicity, but in the latest mode. 'But her eyes were'weary,and there wasa4qok of'helpless- . ness in them as she heard Prose- , cutor Benson's first arraignment of her as a murderess. - Hilton says that he will summon witnesses fromXhicago to testify in Mrs. Patterson's behalf. He intimated v that he would try and prove that 'Patterson was a "white slaver." Hilton ' refused to say if he would summon Emil W. Strouss,. the Chicago millionaire, and the- ' man who, Mrs. Patterson sa...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 20 November 1911

she intended to kill him because he had filed a $25,000 alienation of affection 'suit against Strouss, and the whole story of the rela-' tions between herself and Strouss must come out. tl will claim that the revolver with which the shooting was done was given Mrs. Patterson by a friend the day "before.She will also telUhow Emil Strouss educated lierjn Europe, how he lived with, her at the Stratford hotel, introducing-her there 'as his wife, how he paid $1,500 to "Chick" Patterson for the privilege of going toEurope with her, and hQw, he s"ent her back to her husband , from-Paris with $5,000 more when,Patterson threatened to njake,, trouble-unless she came back- to' him and brought more of Strouss', money with her. On her telling of her story on the witness stand, and on that aloqe, will Gertrude Patterson be judged by tiie. twelve men, each of whom .will have, satisfied 'Special ProsecutbcBenson that he is willing to send'a woman to the gallows before he went into the jury box. WHA...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 20 November 1911

"' ' v' rj - f.- '. '-Jsjni'fX-ri j'-wVirV.j. - MILLIONAIRE SHATTERS FACTORY. GIRL'S DREAM OF.g WEALTH NOW HE FACES .SHAMEFUL- SUIT i ways and the wealthy man of the,") Tacoma, Wash., Nov. 20. Had she but a chance to liveher young .life over again, she says,-millions could not lure her. But in a case like h'er's there is' , nevef a chance to "live - it over, again." So Nellie Storle, a. Tacoma factory girl, has placed a price of $100,000 upon her honor, and MVf5HWHHBBMT - world. The girl first knew Hogan in"' the spring and summer of-1908.'" Hogan left Tacpma for Toronto' i that fall, but kept up -a corres-J''-pondence with her, she, says-irf-her complaint, 'during' the 15 ' months he was absent. - K w fit nd TO b r Nellie Storle, W Has asked the U. S. district court 1 As she bent to collect the money. , Frederick Hogan, a millionaire manufacturer of Toronto, Canada, is the man she demands shall pay this price. - . . N Thestory.Nellie.tells-.in her otnnlainf is the. 'same old storv:...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 20 November 1911

'""JWfpl mmmmmmmmmmmmmm 7" was about to come true. Nothing- had been said about marriage, on the first acquaintanceship. He had vowed his love, she declares,,-and spent his money lavishlyon theaters-and gay supper. It was all .new to her, The brigbtlightsandthe throngs all had'their fascination. r ;When Fred, as he always called himself, returned -in -December, 1909; the old affectioa-was remove'd'.a'nd' grew in intensity. The complaint on file in the' district court- says he made nightly visfts and-thetheater parties and brilliant suppers were resumed, f This lasted for nine months and then" in August of 1910 he leff'for Toronto. Four months latenthe child was born, the complaint says. '.Like, many another girl who trusted too much, she was lett with her babe and her misery. Hogan, the girl charges had held out to her all 'the joys of a beautiful home. Fine" rugs, exquisite paintings,Ta piano for her music, of which she is passionately fond; servants, a touring car and an electric ...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 20 November 1911

student of criminology fitting himself for job on police force. Evidently Charles knows, about N,-Y. police force. Frank Temple, Fond du Lac Wis., laid gun on brushpile. Then 4m began throwing sticks over shoulder. One stick landed on trigger of gun, and Frank wont go hunting any more. Jaisant rGaekwar, Indian prince at Harvard, going to send home for million dollar, diamond and" hock it. Jaisant must be Studying hard at Harvard." ' Sigh came from body of Pietro Falleta after it was removed from electric chair at Sing Sing. Physicians thought he was alive, and worked over body for hour, but without result. When his automobile broke down, Atty. ChasMclntyre, St. ' Louis, said no machinecould beat him. Perhaps he will recover from effects of gasoline explosion. ;J. Pierp. -Morgan stubbed bis toe 'anfl fell in church yesterday. How did Pierp, get into church? Andy -Carneeie - telegraphed best wishes for Chinese republic to Wu Ting Fang. Wtf telegraphed back he liked good wishes, but wo...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 20 November 1911

, pas t cy7T7irKtBV9,g Vv-rj'. arid cold , weather. '"interrupted operations. Townlnow scattered over several miles.' ' ' -'? . Sam Johnson, -weathy-farmer, Neilsville, Wis.,"'hurned to death in home by.robbersr A , -, t Boston -frMaine engine "l?39' ran amuck aH' by-itself in Lowell, Mass., yards. Wanaredoutcjfroundhouse;" bucked another, en--gineoff track, reversed -.itself,' went back into- roundhouse "and. through brick wall. ' Prof. , Wm.v C. JJermann, Li-. JEv.ej welQegoojf '.parents even if 'tHe,ydiLr-sMse Gain. " . t Mrs.-rands-M. Mills, Flint, Mich., shot artdkilled father to jsave" lives of ljusband, mother and !Self:T '"n - - r ; ;"-Mrs.lEdwar9.j Richter, Eree.oort. "Ill:, absentmindedlv used a. !stjckoynamite:fQtjfirewood. j "Mmer" Bonaparte married Col. Bonaparte a,nd.-the- children of Jerome .oonaparte ana ipun-tei-j TMojtke ,Hu.tfelde." After noon. pp,er ...ivime. tfonaparte theran, institute, says.Adam andj.was inclined" to be hoggish ' ' - TWTT TUrATXTrTWTMft,' - - ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 21 November 1911

mmmmmmmmmm!immm fS" 0 lilt iTSirc -.t.i' cf I .' Mn'yw - DAYBOOK 500 SO. PEORIA ST. . 398 TEL. MONROE 353 Vol. lt No 47 Chicago, Tuesday, Nov. 21, 1911. One" Cent THE STORY OF OLGA, AN IMMIGRANT GIRL, IN ' CHICAGO, BY JANE ADDAMS, HULL HOUSE Persecuted by White Slavers, Thrown Out onfhe Streets Penniless, She Prefers Death to " Dishonor--and Is Arrested and. Branded in Court .... The evil case pf the immigrant-girl in Chicago friendless, helpless, unable to protect herself and knowing no one to whon to, apply .for protection, is, pointed out in. the current number of McClure's magazine, by Jane Addams, of Hull House. - ; - ., To illustrate the horrible; injustice ,to which these girls are Subjected,, Miss Addams tells. this story:" . . . , h "Olga-wasfa tall,-handsome girl,a little ga.ssive and slow, yet with that' touch of dignity,. Which a contmued jnood of introspection so often'lerids to.the young.;".,! --- s"' e . "Olga had been in 'Chicago for a year', .living with an aunt, wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 21 November 1911

-r" ' -w 'eequence of moody .youth, she was not aroused-to action by th,e situatioif In which she found herself. t "The incident epitomized to ber the everlasting riddle of the universe, to which she could see no solution and .she drearily decided ,to throw herself in the lake. " " "As she left the doorway at daybreak forxthis pitiful purpose, she attracted the attention of a passing policeman. In response to his questipns, kindly at first, but becoming exasperated as he was convinced that she was either "touched in xher wits" or "guyjng" him, fie obtained a confused story of the persecutions of the two young men and in sheer bewilderment toolc her ta the police station on the very charge against the thought lof which she 'had so long contended. "This girl was doubtless sullen in court the next morning. ,-She was resentful of the policeman's talk; she was oppressed and discouraged, and, therefore, taciturn. "She so sharply felt the disgrace of arrest, after her long struggle fqr res...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 21 November 1911

mrwmmmmmvmmmvmmmm'm nmwmii.ii wi.1.ii.i..1..j. GERT-RUDE;iEATTiRSON SOBS-AS. JURORS. SWEAR " -?HEY.;WCrULD IJAND WOMAN AS SO,ON' AS, MAN Denver,-Colo., Nov. 21: The. trial of Gertrude Gibson Patter-, gon for the murder of her husband "Chick" Patterson .of Chicago was a series of dramatic incidents today. " - Mrs. Patterson did not sleen ' last night. The shock Of Special Prosecutor Bensoh'-s dethand fdf the death penalty was tbo mucJI t for her nerves. .,j She could be heard pacing tin ' and down her cell all. night. Ana in the morning ner face wii ' drawn and pale. ' - On her wayto the coirt roohi she stopped to talk -to 'Prank Henwoad, convicted of the mur- t der of Tony Von Phul, over d. beautiful Denver society woman, ' and-now awaiting an appeal. . "They will never hang you' said'Henwpod. " Yqu will -be kc- i quitted on the first ballot." " ) Mrs. Patterson's face brightened. She twisted her hands nervously. "Oh, I hope rso and1 thank" yo(u for saying that' she said. In the cou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 21 November 1911

manrtnacried man"of 'thirty years, answered Benson: "We let women vote out here. They claim to be our equals in everything. They ought to be our equals when 'it comes to paying the-penalty of their crimes." Mysj Patterson leaned her head 'on the table, and her sobs could be heard all over the room. In the stillness, a voice rose plain1?: y " "What ha's become of the chivalry of the West?" And before the bailiff's .gavel rapped on the table, the"ahswer in a man's voice : "Woman suffrage!" It is expected that the jury will be selected tonight A new jury is in vogue in Denver, and all of the taleVmen drawn so far have beea young men, instead of the usual professional jurors. O. N. Hilton, attorney for Mrs. Patterson, counts much on this. He expects to appeal to the sympathy of J the men, most of whom are parried, to draw for them a picture of a broken woman, driven to shame and disgrace and insanity by a dissolute, cowardly husband. BE'ATTIE LOSES NERVE; CONFESSION RUMORED t i Richmond...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 21 November 1911

PCTW? WFIWIIhimjliiih ji i D DQINGS OF A JDAY-IN XSHICAGOrEUT IN .TABLOID FORM, -FOR-QUICK DIGESTION- . - "" Capt. Plunkett attempted to resign yesterday. His wish for divorce from,the force is liable ta be granted today. 'Antonio Narski, 814 Townseiid street, bit his wife on the leg during fight. The nibble cost him $100 in police court. 'Rudolph Beran, 11, 2112 S. Center ave.run down 'and Willed by auto truck driven by Harry Saynbr. Saynor held . Ziegfeld. theater advertised for cat. Hundred children offered pets. Ten accepted. cMiss Stella M. Heaphey, 744 Independence blvd., found "in hQme with,bullet wound through heart. Suicide suspected. . The Willie -Hearst poipers,,afteiC defeating the Turks for Italy, disposing of Diaz, and establishing the Chinese republic, have .'(they admitted it themselves?) obtained justice for the citizens of-Austain, Pa., which was wiped out' by a. flood.- Chicago : salesgirls still get $6 per. Mrs. G..L. .Young, 4433 Indi-ana-ave.,struck and robbed ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 21 November 1911

President- -of' National "Boot & Shoe- -Manufacturers' -association which is- the other name of the shoe-trust today. ' Might get Aldrich and Payne and J. Ogden Armour and Jawn D. -Robbafeller and Andie Carnegie and a few supreme court justices, and do it good while they're at it. Plunkett has Plunketted, but' the -Plunkett got lost. S. C. Reidy, 73, 1017 S. Wabash ave., run down and fatally hurt by-auto truck at S. Wabash an d Eldridge last night. Six men in truck, whjch didn't stop after hitting the old man. The car number was not obtained, Joseph Casazza, 634 Orleans street, -died at hospital this m6rnihg from injuries received when struck by street car at Orleans and W,- Ontario last night. George Goesick, 2404 S. Canal, teamster, hurt when wagon was struck by car at Harrison and Desplaines. He'll recover, despite'his name handicap. oo WEATHER PROSPECTS Windy Increasing cloudiness tonight, -becoming unsettledWednesday ; for Chicago and Vicinity,; 5 rising tem- temper...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 21 November 1911

3&gget6 'a huge bonfire; wh'ere the men stripped her of her clothing from her waist down and held her. prqstrate 'while the sticky mass was, applied from a bucket. ' "When it was all over the men lejt me," continued the witness." "fticord came out from his hiding place, helped' me into my clpthes, and with the tar still dripping from me, we drove hpme." ' ' ""The girl's story had a visible effect on her audience. The faces of the jurymen, all but .two of whom are married men, hardened; and expressionsof pity for the witness and anger at the defendants were heard from all parts of the court room. NEWSPAPER SLUGGER 0 GETS INTO TROUBLE That the operations of "wrecking crews" and circulation sluggers is openly 'countenanced by the daily papers in an effort to increase their news stand scales, was evidenced in tlie Maxwell street court, when Joseph Moskovitch, proprietor of a news stand at J12th and Paulina, was bailed out by James J. Smith, an employe of the Journal circulat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 21 November 1911

a severe cold which refuses to yield to treatment. 'He is being carefully treated by the jail.physician. .When, court reconvened today, the state .began an earnest at-, tempt to eliminate M: J. Mooney, passed- for cause by the defense early yesterday. The real issue is one thqt has cropped outia-num her of times during the present trial, -his nationality -and religion, Mooney. is a prominent Catholic and. Irishman, and,the state wants' to get-rid -of him -on that account. All -of yesterday afternoon -he resisted the fiercest. kind of' interrogation, insisting he had no opinion whether the. Times building wasbjpwn up or was.destroyed'byjSre.j ,-",; ,- . tie told the state that he.didn't know or care anyjthjng.abput the case.' oday the state began in--terrogatjon along tlie line of circumstantial evidence hoping to dislodge him on "that ground. The proceedings .are very-dull. There are. still ,fiveseats to fill, before peremptories can -be againexerc;sed, ' . , FINE MEN FOR VIOLATING ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 21 November 1911

1 2rr- --? -""- ' i. i ' ". i1; " - . "'o; ! LABORrCONVENTJON RALLJES TO -SUPPORT : ";r . c .. ANGELES CAMPAIGN; AND TRIAL RT OF LOS ':-- - By Max Hayes. v l'lAtIanta,.,.Ga.;;;Noy. ;21. The tral.btuiness.ofthe Federation of Labor, convention goes, forward s jthis'.weelc with, the impetus furrn ishVd ' byHhe "report ' of the com..mittee 'on "resolutions. ,' 'The great municipal campaign xthat Js'beinjj, waged in Los Angeles1 by -the- socialist's .and union.ists'is warnily .endorsed, and all Organizations and friends "of humanity ate urged' ' to contribute their mite for' the"0 p'urpose of ( nieeiihg'''fhe expense-incurred in this extraordinary Apolitical 'battle which 'closes December 5. A . number of) ''men and women speakers' have "volunteered to go to' Lbs Angeles and' assure the voiers'-bf that city -that the organized working- -people of the country are1 hoping ;and praying fdr:the''eleciion'bf Ha'rriman and his entiretitk'et. J i " l Further 'financial 'support wiil be raised f...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 21 November 1911

in the country during the-coming year. The "radicals hope to gain sufficient power to be able to repudiate the civic federation at the next convention, which, will! doubtless be held in Rochester, K Y. Gompers and all the old officers with possibly one exception will be re-elected. From 'a field of 1Q candidates James M. Iynch, president of the typographical union, and John Walker of the miners will he chosen as fraternal' delegates to England. IN THE LIMELIGHT James M. Lynch, president of the international typographical union, has begun a union labor war against the high cost, of food products. He proposes fo start branches of the "Cost of T rlrv T a o rr a'' Xjivuig J- V X g U - among labor men all over the country, and by a united ef- fort, discover the reason for the excessive cost of living, and at the same time, solve the problem for the labor" jieople. CORPORATION AND COURT Here's the difference. When, a big corporation wants to boost its rates, it boosts them; then it gets a...

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

' HE-lDIT-tJituJi5A DILLPICkLES .ri jiV' v 5t . iV', Miss DillpicHes Bqosts4"Line of ,'Cosrhetics Until: the BeauLy VCfains'V'DeVptee at Her Own Fireside.. Cult , -. f v -' czs "Himpf !" said'pa7 "I'm proud to think your mother never .cared to -desecrate her scenery with cost-emetics." III. " t . v . I make a fine faux pass offering" it v ' to any of thetfr. At the supper ..'table L7showed the folks' the Cauliflower Cosmetics lay-out. It was a curiosity To them. Told them how my jtob'was to plug for pulchritude in the cen- . ter aisle at Taffeta &' Balbriggan's and smear , samples, on the features df Ihem jthatwas willing to have them marde over, while- All thoserinkierelnoyers and scented chalks and fancy'rouges that Mr,-Cauliflower gave me because I made a hit'with my demonstrating, I-took home J I guess they'll be excess baggage 'round the house f6f"quite7aTvhile Because, nbpeTof my 'girf friends nee'd a'ssistance with theircpmplexions an'v more ttidn:I"xk.- I'd kMttM...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Day Book — 21 November 1911

I V wv I I p 4 ljWffTfWWfWWWWiWWWFWHWWlP(i " I' you-wait Gave tKem.tKe wfiole spiel. Starting with "You must watch, ladies in coloring the face, to'have the tintVmitchthat of the ears," and Tending With "the price of the package 'is only 75 cents, with full directions for beautifying yourself like a morning m May." . I hadnt-'down pat by this time. " .'- "Himpsajda. -"I'm proud -o- to think' your mother never care'dito desecrate her scenery with cost-eme'tics !" But ma didn't say much. She just slanted at J:he Caluiflower Cosmetics with astrange glitter in .her eyes. Admited.it was all very interesting -and' maybe she'd stop in,at Taffeta & Balgriggan's and see me demonstrate it must be real interesting. " (Continued;) ' o- N. Y. CHB'TBLESFOUR WAYS TO PICK.YOUR TURKEY M, EmiJIBailly chef 'of the Ho- 'tel St. Regjs-orieof vNev York's" extra giJbded; hotejs says that the ; perfect, t-urkayi must nor weign less-tnan ,10 pounds,. Smaller 6nes are-liable to become ' dry " whe...

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