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do Hot cross in front of a :-:cv"ivr vehiclaY wadhtH'jt has
DaHgfr sigriajs from autotttobllfs ahd cg are Mm for JfpU.
toiler seating in ine Joaovyay is qupgerpus. k . -
?hijdren jhoulcj not hitqb on. any moving vehicle,
he dahgef to-girla in riding on motdFMdlas is very serious.
The majority of accidents to school children fld notlnapj8n when they
are going to sdhool Dr returning frdm schdd. There is grgat danger in
playing backward and forward across the streets, running across the street
.' in the evening, hurrying to tje fihpw or to the storey t?yihg to overtake com
panions or running after a hat.
PHiiiary teachers should "Warn children evejy, day -upon, dismissal.
Mothers should remind their children, especially the.yduhger ones,
of Mfi." Yojjttg'i suggestions each morning as th'ey start jbff to schbol.
t "phree children and an aged woman comprised yesterday's addition, to
the long Mtjtf iajarfed, - -
. Two of the children and the woman will probably de.
little sfc-yeaHrid Pranced G. Nelson, 355 E, 47th street, was ground
'beneath the wheels of a, heayy pouring car whie crossing Grand pqulevard
) at 47th street. She Was rendered uriconsckjus. A policeman picked her up
and Bhe was rushed to the Chicago Hospital. Little hope is, held lor 'her
JVhe machine owned by E. A. Howard of the Illinois Athfetic Club, was
driven by John DeGroff, 4828 Evans avenue.
George Varrelman, 8, of i5i6 Bryn Mawr avenue, was struck by an
automobile a,t N. Clark street and Francs avenuev His skill waif ffagturfe4
JHe wai'ru'shed to Ravenswood Hospital.., He wil die.
H The car, was driven fay E4gr W, urchardr treasurer of the Coat &
1 Burchard Co., 29 S. LaSaUe street. ,
Benjamin Uttal, six years old, 2239 Grand Ventte, was struck and
badly injured at Grand -avenue and N, Oakley boulevard" by a car driven by
"Howard SchelbaUer, 3322 N. Campbell avenue. The child has a chance for
Mrs. Bridget Dunn, 65, 18 E. Chicago avenue, is expected to die from in
i juries: sustained when she was; struck by a machine at Chicago avenue, and
CafS street. The car was driven by John Hughes, 746 W. Ndrth avenue.
3 The wqman was rushed tD the Policlinic Hospital. -
t Coroner Hoffman's suggestions as an aid in preventing accidents are
fas follows: S
. If yap see a speeding motorist,.
3 If you see a careless autorriobolist,
If yqu saea reckless locomotive engineer,
If you see an intoxicated teamster, chauffeur dr nglrteeh ,
Telephoned drop a postal to the Public Safety Commissiort
I the nickel or penny may save a life. It might be ydtfr own.
l. In addition" to the other accidents a tragedy was narrowly averted
when an automobile containing three men crashed 'into a limousine" near
the bridge over the Lincoln Park lagodn. "
; Mrs., W, H. Allpoft and her daughter, Helen, of BelleVUd place,-ere in
'the liniQUpilie. They:wfere badly shaken up.
1 The occupants Df the other automobile were arrested. At the isast
'Chicpgp.aveiuie station they gave the names of E E. Fowler, sail) Wabash
avenue; Hie Carter, 1235 State street, and H. Branch, 1235 State street.
The police say the men were intoxicated.