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REPORTS CALL COPPER BARONS SQUATTERS
"SCAB" LABOR AGENCY CHARGED TO MAYOR
PECULIAR POISONING MAY KILL MAN
- An Adless Daily Newspaper.
N. ft. Cochran,"" Te1, Monroe 353
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VOL. 3, NO. 92 - Chicago, Friday, Jan. 16, 1914 ONE CENT
PATIENT AT MONROE HOSPITAL HAS
TliLLWG BATTLE WITH RAT
After Operation. Leonard' B. Ohen Awakes From Sleep
to Find Rat Nibbling at Stump o f Amputated Leg
Hospital, Practically u fire Trap, Backed By
' Sears, Roebu&r&.Cjori and Two Railroads.
A battle with a- iafgerat' wW(i;"he .caught nibtyUpgt, his leg was the
experience of Leonard fiAOen',1 raoad" man., at the' Monroe Street Hos
pital,. 2501 W-Monroe street! ,
The Monroe Street;.HospitaJWorie. qf the .oddest, buildings in Chicago
despite , the fact that 'it isibe private hospital for1 employes of Sears, Roe
buck & Company, the. StjPaiil Ra&rqad' and the Pantiariidle Railroad.
The building itself lias been cojidfepined by the .city authorities, but the
helpless patients who happen to be employed by any of the three corpora
tipns are siilj. forced toendure these, conditions. ;
Olseil, wtoo is 23 years old; iS'an'eniploye Of the "St Paul road. He was
injured at his work and rushed to. the-Monroe street joint
One of "biis Tegs was injured"' so badly h&t they were forced to amputate.-
Then .Qls'en was hustled rin(6one of the big wards.
Sunday-morning, about'4 a.Tn.,.Oisen was awakened' by feeling some
thing nibblmE' at the stamp -of-his injured leg.