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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 31, 1916, NOON EDITION, Image 32',
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ONE CENT-THE DAY BOOK-ONE CENT
MAIN STATE WITNESS BACK IN
WAUKEGAN FOR OR PET TRIAL
Courtroom, Waukcgan, III., May
31. Josephine Davis, chum of Ma
rion Lambert and principal witness
for state against Will Orpet, return
ed to Lake Forest today after mys
terious absence of several weeks.
Her return today was believed to in
dicate State's Att'y Dady's canfidence
that jury to try Orpet would be com
plete this alternoon and trial under
way by tomorrow.
Judge Charles H. Donnelly ex
pressed hope today of securing final
4 permanent tarors speedily.
Counsel foi Orpet today made an
official denial pf reports that Cyrus
H. McCormickl multimillionaire har
vester manufacturer, is furnishing
funds for Oj'pet's dciense. Defend
ant's fathen'is hortoculturist on the
MORE STRIKEBREAKERS JAILED
Two more strikebreakers employ
ed by the Adams Express Co. are in
trouble on charges ot stealing. Fol
lowing the arrest of Caspar Schmitz
on Saturday, after he was charged
with having gotten away with nearly
$5,000 worth of diamonds, the com
pany officials yesterday caused the
arrest of EJward Robinson and Chas.
Wilscn. They arcbelieved to have
gotten away with over $2,000 worth
SAY NIX ON MILITARISM
New York, May 31. Recommen
dations that Quakers refuse to obey
law of this state in matter of mili
tary training found unanimous ap
proval ai yearly meeting of liberal
Quakers in Rutheforc place meeting
house yesterday Speakers aU at
BY JIM MANEE
(Note The popular craze now is .
poetry in which there is no rhythm.), Li
COSTLY. DECORATION DAY
New York, May 31. Figures com
piled today on holiday accidents in
New York and vicinity on Decoratioa
day show that celebration was al
most as costly in human life as ah.
old-fashioned July Fourth.
Six persons were drowned, four
killed in automobile accidents and
one in a runaway. Auto accidents
also seriously injured 17 persons.
Fair anc" slightly warmer Wednes
day, followed by showers Wednesday '
night or Thursday; moderate north
easi winds Wednesday, becoming
fresh easterly by Thursday.
Chicago bathing beaches,
Many of them,
And heaps of water,
Close to the shore.
And many of them,
Pouring down steadily .
On Mother Earth.
Many of them,
Some of the ruder sex,
But mostly the gentler sex,
Few of them.
Much splash and splutter,
Shrills and laughter.
Many of them.
Some women, possibly,
But mostly men.
P. S. Just wanted to- show you
we could do it.