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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 07, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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UULIUS HAS DOUGH TO SOOTHE
THE SOLEMN PROFS
Here's how Julius Rosenwald
charms geological professors by lib
erally dishing out the dough.
A University of Chicago bulletin
prints the stenographic report of a
speech by Thomas Chrowder Cham
berlain, Ph. D., L. L. D., head of the
department of geology, at the laying
of the cornerstone of Julius Rosen
wald hall on Convocation Day.
Chamberlain said:
"I wish it were in my power to
clothe in fitting words the apprecia
tion which my colleagues and the
whole staff of the university feel for
the expression of generosity which
has made this noble structure a pos
sibility. I wish it were possible ade
quately to express Our admiration
of the intellectual powers that by
keen, penetrating insight and mas
terly control of conditions have
found fruition in the resources that
made this gift possible, and still more
to express our appreciation of that
nobility of spirit which has so unsel
fishly devoted the fruit of toil, vigil
ance, earnest endeavor and persist
ent care to the service of research
and the promotion of education. Per
haps I might suggest this, in some
measure, in the deep gratification we
feel that our wish to give this tan
gible and lasting impression expres
sion has been graciously given pre
cedence over the most purpose of the
giver and that this noble structure
will bear for ages the name of Julius
Rosenwald hall."
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MANY VISIT MERCY SHIP
New York, Sept. 7. Hundreds to
day visited the ship of mercy, Red
Cross, formerly the Hamburg-American
liner Hamburg, after she had
steamed up North river and anchor
ed opposite Seventieth street. The
Red Cross was to weigh anchor at
4 o'clock this afternoon and start on
her mission to the scene of war.
Thirty surgeons and 125 nurses will
sail on her. j
POLICE PUZZLED OVER WIERD
"LOVE AFFAIR" MYSTERY
New York, Sept. 7. Police were
today unable to pierce the veil of
mystery surrounding the life of Kate
Fisher, who lies on a cot in the Belle
vue Hospital, where she was taken
from a tenement room in which she
is said to have been held a prisoner
for 15 years. Thomas Scott, 71, well
groomed, who claims to be a broker,
is held in default of 1,000 bail. He
admits, according to the police, rent
ing the tenement flat in which the
woman was found, nude and paralyz
ed from the waist down.
Residents of the tenement told the
police that for weeks they have heard
moans coming from the Scott flat.
They did not know any on.e lived
there but Scott. Thursday night one
of the residents crept to a window
and cut a hole through the curtains,
which were always drawn. He saw
the woman tossing on a dirty straw
covered cot. The room was littered
with filth.
, The police sent the woman to
Bellevue and arrested Scott. Scott
is declared to have told them that the
woman was his sweetheart years
ago. They became estranged and
she married. He said the marriage
was unhappy and when she became
ill and appealed to him he rented the
flat for her. j
MYSTERY IN MURDER
Police are trying to solve the mys
tery of the murder of Angelo Nov
erini, who was shot and killed in his
bedroom Saturday night. When the
police arrived they found all the doors
and windows locked from the inside.
No one can be found who heard
the shot. The crime was discovered
when Joseph Noverini, a brother of
the victim, walked into the house at
2529 Harrison st. for a visit late last
night
Mrs. Noverini was visiting her sis
ter on the North Side when the mur
der was committed
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