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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 09, 1912, Image 7',
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Stephens, negro, 1218 Fulton st,
who said Conroy attacked him.
Prisoner says negro insulted his
Street car and auto crashed at
39th st. and Wentw,orth ave.;
Fred Helquist, 2608 Indiana ave.,
chauffeur; Otto Selke, 1049 W.
63rd St.; Philip McGuire, 1059 W.
63rd st; Emmett Reed, 1206 W.
Jrd st ; Larry Bush, 6254 S. San
gamon st; Andrew Simonson,
6528 S. Aberdeen st., and-Otto
Darlington, 5246 S. May st,
Harry Wetterstrom, 6804 Hon
ore st, hit by auto at W Madison
and Wabash ave. Injured. Driver
Rose Gordon, 19, 8524- Green
Bay ave., hit by auto of Dr. Hen
ry Bennett, 3128 S. Wabash ave.
Injured. Driver and owner held.
tf George Knarsko, 1760 Diver
sey parkway, rode bicycle. Hit
t Win. McCoy, 5421 W. Harri
son, st, seriously injured when
hjs auto was struck by car -at
Madison and Lincoln sts.
Theodore Piekaiski,- 11, 1709
W, 21st pi.,, attempted to turn
switch of electric sign at Ashland
ay, and 21st pi. Fingers of right
hand burned off. County Hos
pital. j Joseph Piel, 19, .12 Peck ct,
shot in leg by Wm. Perry, porter
in poolroom, 704 S. State st., be
cause pi debt of $1.25. St. Luke's
Hospital. Perry escaped
Patrick Haley walked into Des
pjaines street station and said he
kjlled a mn jn St Louis 17 years
go and wanted to give hirasetf
up. Held until St. Louis police
are heard from.
Thomas Wilcox, printer, also
walked into station,' saying he
shot his sweetheart in front of
954 W. Adams st Police failed
to find victim. Held for investi
gation. Mrs. Josephine PusatainI, 823
S. Morgan St., fainted when shot
at by Michael DeCola. Witnesses
thought she was dead and phoned
police. They found no one had
been injured. DeCola arrested.
While playing with an "unload
ed" gun Nathan Salinski, 16, 1412
Newberry av., accidentally shot
David Berger, 15, 1406 Johnson
st. Slightly injured. Salinski,
fering he had murdered his
chum, beat it
Roman Euman, tailor, 2237 W.
18th st, shot by Ectward Kotzsa,
15, during a quarrel at Hoyne av.
and W. 18th st County Hospital.
Joseph Giza, 809 N. Center av.,
shot at hiswife. Missed. Arrested.
Morris Finger, 56, 1247 S. Mor
gan st, dead. Heat
Henry F. Thuis, 30, traveling
man, 2220 N, Sawyer av., drown
ed at Nagawicka lake, near Ocon
omowoc, Wis. Heat
Lawrence Schodtler, 17, 3822
N. Ashland av., drowned at foot'
of Aldine pi. while bathing. Heat.
-Fred Hay, 26, Randolph, la.,
cook at Hunington, Ind., fell into,
basement of postoffice at W.
Jackson blvd. and S. Dearborn
sts. Drunk. Been in Chicago 28
Solomon Odeski, 15, 2130 Po
tomac av., beaten and robbed of
$7,50Uit FuJJerjton anI N. Spauld-