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5 Ralph Verrechia, 176 E. 23d
st, Chicago Heights, m.
167 Harry H. Schwartz, sec, Madi
son and Harlem.
150 John Becker, 1700 Burling st
208 J. A. Engelman, 6050 Wash
338 Carl Bade, 2981 Wisner av.
492 P. G. Stemler, 328 Englewood.
265 R. J. Weber, 6231 Lexington.
134 A. Robinson, 3054 Calumet av.
478 F. E. Abel, 945 N. Ridgeway av.
229 J. Rickert, 2947 Warsaw av.
390 J. A. Weydert, 1245 Webster.
84 L. Ceyka, 2420 S. Albany av.
582 H. Campbell, 4907 Wabash av.
'253 Joseph Carmichael, 507 N. 7th
av., Maywood, El.
972 John Hamilton, 44 156th St.,
396 S. W. Leafur, 1124 W. 62d st.
180 H. A. Sommers, 7556 Brown
av., Forrest Park, 111.
16 A. L. Muirhead, 3730 Wallace.
275 J. Lichtensteln, 1541 Wells st.
184 J. V. Evans, 6447 Bishop st.
273 Frank Papez, 1014 W. 19th st
D. C. 14 L. P. Lindelof, 309 W.
637 M. Marte, 3649 N. Ashland av.
54 John Roy, 912 Church St.,
147 D. Walgren, 1240 Wabash av.
521 A. Lapinski, 3411 W. 13th st.
PAINTERS AND WOOD FINISHERS
430 Wm. LaVassar, 1955 Ogden av.
757 Oltic Sauter, 1908 Chicago
Road, Chicago Heights, 111.
301 F. Bonaguida, secy., 4440 S.
165 R. Williams, 434 Ash st, Ham
307 A. H. Stephens, 143 State st,
SHEET METAL WORKERS
155 Aug. Fick, 2718 Cortez st.
73 B. A. Schooley, 365 W, Madi
260 M. W. Huber, 11439 Prairie av.
612 L. Matkey, 8821 Houston av.
Joseph F. Corrigan, 508 Ft.
10 James Martin, 8 E. 107th st,
Pullmann Station, Chicago.
'323 A. Mahoney, 308 W. 43d st.
306 Phillip Schulz, 2634 W. 20th st
-14' Wm. Zickgroff, 1134 N. Frank
'linst 122 R. W. Moeller, 4462 Princeton.
326 N. Belgium, 6421 St. Lawrence
239 Chas. Seaholm, 1211 Otto
blvd., Chicago Heights, 111.
206 J. R. Burns, 750 E. 73d sjt.
THREE HURT IN RACE RIOT
A white woman was beaten insen
sible, a girl and man, both white,
were cut and bruised, and several
shots were fired in a race riot be
tween whites and negroes on a south
bound State street car near Root
street this afternoon.
Mrs. Mary Barrett, 39, 5532 Lafa
yette st; nose broken, right knee dis
located; several teeth knocked out
Alary .Barrett, jljl, teetn Knocked
out, cuts on face.
Edward W. Burns, cuts on face and
bruises on body.
According to passengers on the car
trouble started when a negro insulted
a wnite woman. An unidentihed
white man struck the negro, and in
a moment a battle started among
men passengers, about half of whom
were negroes. Mrs. Barrett was
knocked down and trampled.
The car was stopped and the
motorman and conductor joined in
the fray. All of the negroes leaped
from the car and fled. Policeman
Jacobs, who was standing at the cor
ner of Root and State streets, fired
several shots at the escaping men,
but none took effect. No arrests were