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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 13, 1912, Image 7

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CHICAGCfcTINGS BRIEFLY TOLD
Body of Carson Long, son of
rAld. Theodore K. Long, who has
been missing for months, was
yesterday found floating in
Naches river at North .. Yakima,
Wash. Both legs and his left arm
were broken, indicating he was
struck by a train. He is thought
to have been wandering through
country for nionths suffering
from loss of memory.
May wheat took a sudden jump
in grain pit today, some gentle
man's wife needing a little extra
cash for a summer vacation. The
Nfact that a few brokers may have
been wiped out is a mere inciden
tal. Auto carrying seven people
overturned an express wagon at
,W. Chicago ave. and N. Sanga
mon today, fatally injuring Wal
enca Doretzo, 1060 Front street
and bruising B Weinstein. The
machine, which was traveling at
high speed, did not stop.
Adeline Kerz, missing frpm her
home, 1810 School street, for two
days, was found today, in com
pany wtih Muriel Barron, 15. The
Barron girl said she say the girl
playing in the street. She said
she had nine sisters and brothers
and was lonely, so took the girl.
To the police she seemed a
lonesome girl, longing for com
pany, but investigation will be
made to see if she was an agent
for a kidnaping band.
Henry Jackson, 19, and Harry
Biesen, 17, negroes, arrested
charged with attacking 5-year-old
Ellen Adams, 1,956 Grand ave.
Mob tried to lynch, negroes, who
were rescued by police.
Guiseppi Macaluso, 38, arrest
ed here as an Italian brigand,
wanted for kidnaping and murder
at Palermo, was ordered turned
over to Italian police by U. S.
Commissioner Foote today,
Louis Riedle has been ordered
by Judge Goodnow of court of do
mestic relations to quit eating
onions. Wife said Louis cared
more for his onions than he did
for her, and a Yow resulted when
she refused to go out and get
some.
WilHam Beattie Nesbitt, arrested-here
ih connection with,
wrecking of Farmers' bank of
Toronto, of which he was presi
dent, declared today he did jiot
profit by the failure, and would
fight extradition. He says charge
is conspiracy by his enemies.
Leslie Traley, 311 S. Green st, '
was run over by Madison street
car last night almost. Boy roll
ed under fender. Motorman made
frantic efforts to stop car. When
it came to standstill Leslie crawl
ed out, brushed his clothes, and
walked away.
Home of Paul Dunklau, 928
Leland ave., robbed of jewelry
valued at $j,000, during owner's
action. Dunklau says burglar
hypnotized his dog, which Was
left to guard house. Next!
Esther Welsman,'1245 Morgan
street, working girl, has been
missing from her home & wdek.
Said she was going to visit chum,
and disappeared. Is 5 feet 2 inches
tall, light hair and blue eyes.
When last seeri wore a blue Suit,
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