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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 24, 1916, NOON EDITION, Image 4',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:21; sunset, 7:12. ,
Michael McCann, 1408 Washing
ton blvd., acquitted of trying to kid
nap Louise McLoughlin, 7, South
James Dickson, 60, railway clerk,
1131 Foster av., suicide. Gun. Could
Abe Podwar and Sadie Begun, jn
morals court, freed on showing mar
Michael Lukich, laborer probably
fatally injured in dynamite explosion
Carter Practise school, 5740 S.
Michigan av., to be opened today.
Two children had diphtheria; place
Aldrich Kjjderna, 2223 S. Albany
av., suicide. Rifle. Unable to find
Marion Bissell, 1735 W. 35th, sent
to Bridewell for month. Extorted
money from auto speeders,- posing as
Mrs. Minnie Ulrich, 3559 S. Win
chester av. suicide. Gas. No rea
Michael Devich told judge he lived
on corn ten days while locked in a
freight car. Freed.
Jacob Kantor and wife, sued for
$10,000 by Mrs. Ruth Kwelberg, for
mer' friend. Slander alleged.
Fred Luxow, teamster, put on pro
bation for year. Beat son, Howard, 8.
John Goodman seeking annul
ment of marriage to Sarah. Says
he was drunk when wedded.
Felix Devaney, engineer of steam
roller, to do federal jury duty during
Mor,e testimony taken contradict
ing witnesses of Am. Medical ass'n
who told of "Wine of Cardui" jags
in libel suit against ass'n.
Mayor Thompson abandoned cards
oh wnich'aldermen practically had to
beg for peddlers' permits. ,
Lesfie Dudley Carter, son of act-'
ress. lost -in court when nidge ruled
he could be held for mother's debts. .
Fred Gerard thrown from motor
cycle to auto hood. Bqth'legs broken.
Geo. Christo, driver, held.
Federal officials probing conduct
of John Pitts, "Dare Devil Daniel,"
drug suspect Pitts claims to be
champion roller skater of world.
Pasquale Grande sentenced to 14
years in pen. Shot and killed Chas.
Rossi in fight over money.
Mrs. Geo. Kolb, 345 E. 61st, ar
rested for assault with auto. Drove
car into store and hurt Laurette
Lamb, 655 W. Garfield blvd.
''Olaf' Olsen, former cashier A. C.
McClurg, book dealers, surrendered
self on embezzlement charge. Be
lieved to have lost $6,000 speculating.
Mrs. Millie Prpieskern and Fred
Patterson both left notes to their
mates and eloped. Mrs. P. took' her
two children along.
Auto loot worth $10,000 -recovered
by Detective Evans, who arrested
Fred Wflhelm and Walter Drubeck.
Fred Otte struck by street car
playing near home at Berwyn and
Broadway. Concussion of brain.
.John Hertz of Yellow Cab Co.
offers $1,000 for arrest of four men
who stole cab Monday night
Body of man found in river identi
fied as John Frawley, harness maker.
Aldrick Kuderna, 2223 3. Albany.,
av., suicided with rifle because neigh
bors called him loafer.
LAMAR EXPECTED TO GIVE UP
MUST SERVE TWO YEARS
New York. David Lamar, "the
wolf of Wall street," sentenced to
two years in Atlanta federal peniten
tiary for impersonating Congress
man A. Mitchell Palmer, is expected
to surrender to authorities in New
Yok today. He will be taken to
prison Friday. .
Lieut. Rob't Fay, sentenced to
eight years in Atlanta for conspiracy '
to blow up munitions ships of the al
lies, will' be taken souths with Lamar.