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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 26, 1912, Image 9

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Minnie Donowitz, 20, 4913 So.
5th ave., died at Englewood hos
pital. Alleged illegal operation.
William Pecklin, 882 Maud ave.,
had left foot smashed when steel
beam, weighing 700 lbs.) fell in
plant of Wolff Co., 827 Rees st.
Anthony Biso, 4531 Justine st,
fell over barej while riding in
freight elevator, Darling & Co.,
42d st. and Ashland ave. Skull
fractured. County hospital.
Nathan Stern, 1020 S. Marsh
field ave., peddlar, dropped dead
at 64th and Wood sts. Heart dis
ease. John Wodka, 1148 Centennial
place, thrown down stairs by Mrs.
Kate Pophocka, 1449 W. Huron
st, after he is alleged to have in
sulted her. County hospital.
James Turnbull, 800 W. Wash
ington blvd., found dead in room.
Heart disease.
John Molini, 1256 Sedgewick
St., severely injured and Martin
Funk, 4106 Irving ave., and John
i .Martfn, 667 Dearborn ave., were
hurt, when'Molini's wagon col
lided wit hanother,on incline at
j Dearborn ave. and W.J Kinzie st.
Scotch will hold their annual
gathering at Elliott's park July 4.
, -Postmaster D.'A. Campbell to
. preside.
House officers and police in full
dress will be permanentfeature'at
Blackstone hotel as result of their
success during convention.
Abraham Winters, bankrupt
So. Chicago merchant, with two
brothers, held to federal grand
jury for perjury. Refused to turn
over $1,500 he had received after
being declared bankrupt - v
Dr. Walter Williams, school of
journalism, University of Mis
souri, in address before National
Press Ass'n convention, said that
St. Luke was best reporter in his
tory. J
Isaac Danielson, 3809 Osgood
St., arrested for disorderly con
duct, admitted that wife was boss.
She went out to work, while he
stayed home and.did house work.
Discharged when wife promised
to look out for him.
Ethel Smith, 12, daughter of
Mrs. Hilma Smith, 1141 Sedge
wick st, who disappeared Mon
day, has returned home. Was
with friends on West Side.
Judge Kohlsaat will render de
cision today in case of People's
Gas, Light & Coke Co. against
city.
Mayor Harrison has sent out
order to enforce "no can-rushing
by children" edict.
Mr. and Mrs, Jonn Palmer,
1448 N. Wood st, arrested on
complaint of L-ucv. and, Victoria
Foreran, 1448 Nl Wood St., for,
holdnig' slm worshiping exer
cises'in backyard with their chil
dren, clothed as Adam and Eve
minus-fig leaves.
Veteran Dunnjng.-'femployes
have asked county to .repeal trans
fer agreement with state unless
provisions for their positions are
made.
City has filed 6 suits to compel'
elevated lines to issue transfers in
accordance with recent ordinance.
Catholic Order of Foresters
will initiate" 700 applicants at
Robert Emmett Memorial .Hall
next Sunday '"" y -
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