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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 09, 1912, Image 6

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ajid Peter Sorensoh, 4336 N.
Ridgeway av. Escaped with
$1,300 in. jewelry.
Max Pam is said to be promi
nent Jew who has given '$25,000
to Catholic University, Washing
ton, D. C, for its fight against
Socialism.
' As Judge Goodnow was about
to decide in favor of Charles C.
Hess, commercial traveler charg
ed with wife abandonment by
Mrs. Hess, 5701. Rosalie ave., the
defendant jumped up and asked
the court to allow his wife $20
weekly so she wouldn't persecute
him.
Dr. Edmund J. Sugg, N physi
cian and companion of MrsSMyr
tfe Reed -McCullough, the- novel
ist who committed suicide at her
home, 5120 Kenmore ave,, Aug.
17, 1911, has disappeared from
l?ts apartments at Alcazar Inri,
907 ,Wipdsor ave. No trace of
him has been found.
Mrs. Constance Chester,
thrown from auto and probably
fatally injured when Elgin, Joliet
& Eastern railroad switch engine
struck machine driven by her hus
band, Charles Chester and con
taining besides the injured wom
an, Mrs. Susan Casey and Mr.
and Mrs. George Schnabel, Ho
bart, Ind
Sucrage Federation, of Cook
County met at Auditorium last
night and laid plans for street
arade with 20,000 marchers,
hey are going to make an ef
fort to have suffrage plank draft
ed into Republican platform. Miss
Sophonisba Breckenridge, Uni
versity of Chicago, presided.
I
Mayor Harrison yesterday re
ceived thousands of letters on
mosquitoes, written by Chicago
school children. Better loo kout,
kids, or he'll have you killing
them: "Let the children do it" is
our new civic war cry.
Benjamin Duncan, actor,
thought his trick dog' had a right
fo eat from a plate on the table.
Carl B. Volker, another actor,
didn't. Duncan "punched" Vol
ker in face. Judge Caverly fined
him $5 and costs. Both are board
ers at 1839 Larchmont ave.
Nathan Miller, former owner
of dry goods store, 683 Milwau
kee ave., and Israel Kessler, book
keeper, arrested on charge of be-
rag responsible for fire that de
stroyed store and drove several
families into street, Dec. 15, 191 h
Kesiler made statement accusing
Miller of starting fire to collect
$12,500 insurance. Miller denies
charge.
Next Sunday will be "Mother's
day."
25 attendants at Dunning went
out on 10-hour strike, yesterday,
leaving inmates unguarded. Due
to legal complications. Claimde
they had not received pay for last
3 months. 'Bartzen promised pay
immediately and men went back.
Mrs. Minnie Kill, 37, 30,48 -Archer
ave.., committed suicide by
drinking carbolic acid. Son. Roy,
10, discovered body. Feared she
was going insane.
Oscar Conn, 22 ,2557 Clybourn
ave., manager for his father, Ab
raham Cohn, owner of mercantile
house, 4824 Milwaukee ave., ar
rested for abduction on complaint

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