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MANY SURPRISES SPRUNG IN ELECTIONS ALL
OVER THE COUNTRY
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Dcdly Newspaper,
N. D. Cochran, ggg$?s. Tel. Monroe 353.
Editor and Publisher. C Automatic 51-422.
500 South Peoria St- 398 By Mail, 50 Cents a Month.
VOL. 3, NO. 33 Chicago, Wednesday, Nov. 5, 1913 ' ONE CENT
JUDGE M'GOORTY TAKES A WALLOP
AT PROFESSIONAL BONDSMEN
Sends Sol Lewinsohn to Jail for Contempt of Court
Outcome of Case Where Lewinsohn Sought to
Hold Widow's Indemnity Bond. -,
Judge McGoortj yesterday 'strupfc a." hea,vy blow atJthe professional
bondsmfcn who infest the Chicago courts by sentencing Sol Lewinsohn, one
of the type, to jail for contempt of court. - . '
Lewinsohn is probably the most powerful bondsman in Chicago. His
activity even exceeds the operations- of the Ike Roderick-Aaron Andrews
trust, which controls the bonding business at the. South Clark street station.
This same bondsman'yras barred-byJTederal Judge Landis from coming
into his courtroom. Lewinsohn got into trouble that time due to his eager
ness ""to furnish an" indemnity iboitd for" Jack Johnson when the big negro
was in the white slave mess. 5
LewinsohnJs latest trouble comes.from the complaint of a widow,, who
supports herself by, working as a domes'tic in the home" of a University of
The woman is Mrs. Hannah Tremmerling. About three years ago she
and her daughter came hereof rom Pittsburgh. The" woman supported her
self and the girl.
One day the daughter went ,ta the mother and told her Bhe had
-inned. And she was in a delidate condition. The man In the case had fled.
An Illegal operation was performed and the girl Jdled. The mother Was
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