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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 14, 1912, Image 5',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Policeman Henry Decker, May
wood, shocked tQ death, attempt
ing to remove live wire which had
endangered pedestrians. Widow
and 6 children survive.
Police raided poker tourna
ment, 1926 Archer ave., arrested
8tmen: Thomas Jenelro, Samuel
GerOse, Louis Snyder, Harry
Wells, F. S. Lombard, James
Hostoter and J. Farro.
John A. Scott, 7429 So.f May
St., knocked down, run over at
14th and State sts., by,auto truck
owned by Bosworth Bros., 6061
Wentworth ave., driven by Fred
Parker, 6022 Wentworth ave.
Arm fractured, severe bruises.
Lessing Rosenthal, Pres. Mu
nicipal Voters' League, rebuked
by mayor for lobbying in coun
Mayor-advises council to adopt
measures to prevent accidents by
autos and motor-cycles.
Max Lannenberg, 7, son of Ab-xahaht-
dealer, 63l"So. Clark st, arrested
and brought to Clark St. station
drunken man who had 'fallen
through father's window.
Pauline Siess, milliner, has sued
loDert Banzuly, milliner, 1220
Blue-Island ave., for $200. Said
she was to work 14 weeks at $23
a week and trim 20 hats a day,
after 8 weeks she was.discharged.
Claims it was impossible to trim
,2.0 hats, a day.
10 persons seriously injured
when east-bound 14th' St. car
worth ave. cap at Clark .and. 12th. 1,
sts. Sfx remoed by police to St
Luke's hospital. The injured:
Matthew Brown, motorman, 2004
W. 25th st; Julius Goldberg, 1232 r
So. Troy st; Abraham Hoffman,
407 E. 115th st; Arthur Weath--erwajt,
5321 Jackson ave.; Mrs.
Maude Scott, 3515 Grand blvd.;
J: L. Scott, husband of Mrs.
Scott; Samuel Goldman, 6337 ?
Cottage Grove ave.; Abe Dorby,
13,:5930 So. Park ave.; Harry
Marcus, 12; Anna Kline, 12, 5509
So. Jefferson, and sister Dorothy '
Kline, 14, Four others injured r
were taken away by car company. ,
Robert Schultz. alias William,
James, arrested for misdemeanor
by Desplaines st police confessed
snooting Jacob Goodman, cigar ,
dealer, 438 So. Clark, May 5.
Goodman died May 12. Police
looking for Leo Huber, Schultz's
Richard Hansauw 4718 So.
Paulina, killed trying to board
moving car at W. 47th and So.
George Palmer, who shot and
killed Mrs. ifellie Collins, 4250
St Lawrence ave., thanked Judge
Kersten when sentenced, to life
iym. Daaf, living with wtfe
and 6 children, at 220 E. 16thjst,
offers to sell 2 of his children. Out
Anton Kroll, 1040 W. 42nd st,
laborer Morris & Co,, fell into
river, W. 38th st and So. Ash--?
land. Drowned. '
Anton Rublik, washer, employ.
ed at garage 1706 Indiana-aveu