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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 12, 1912, Image 2

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for bigamy.
The Day Book today asked
McGrath if he had taken any
steps toward locating Sims with
a view to arresting him. -
"Why, no," said McGrath. "I
haven't the least idea where Sjms
is now."
"Have you made any effort to
find Sims at all?" McGrath, was
"Oh, don't bother me," he an
swered. "If you are so disturbed
about this man Sims why don't
you find him and arrest him your
self?" "Do you mean that The Day
Book should find Sims and arrest
"Sure," said McGrath. "So far
as I can make out you are the
only people that are bothering
about Sims."
"Have you ever heard of Mrs.
F. A. Cass, the mother of the girl
Sims trapped into a bigamous
J'Yes, I've heard of her," said
"Have you eevr heard that
Mrs. Cass is worried about her
"I heard something about it,"
said the man Andy Lawrence
chose for tlerk of the Superior
''Then in that case it is not true
that The Day Book is the only
one bothering about Sims?
At this point McGrath relapsed
into intense silence- and refused to
answer any more questions.
Clifford Fail, the Daily News
t deputy sheriff who "was with Ed
ward Meyers when Meyers tried
to hold up Rutherford Cook and
was shot and killed by Cook, and
who now is under indictment for
highway robbery, says that Sims
is a good friend of his.
"I saw Sims one week ago Fri
day," said Fail today. "He told
me that he was going to take Hil
da Cass and beat it out of the city.
He told me to tell Meyers that he
would write him.
"Sims didn't seem to be wor
rying about the indictment
against him. He was perfectly
sure he would be allowed to leave
the city ."
o o
Former United States Senator
William Lorimer is seriously ill
today. An operation for .appendi
citis is necessary to save his life.
A consultation of physicians
was held early today. It was de
cided that Dr. John B. Murphy,
the famous surgeany should per
form the operation if he returned
from the east tonight, as is ex
pected. l
Meanwhile nurses and doctors
are working desperately to stay
the progress of the former sena
tor's illness.
The first serious attack of the
illness occurred Sunday night.
Iiorimer was then planning 'a
speaking tour of the state, in
which he intended to speak in
every county of the state and ex
plain his side of the fight by
which he was ousted from the
Senate "

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