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front of Lamm & Co. on Jackson near 1
Green st A policeman took hold of
her arms and dragged her toward the
corner where four officers were
handling two boys. Josef Goodman
and Charles Goldman. Blood was
flowing from Josef's nose and mouth,
following a blow struck by oner of the
Deponent tried to help him when
the officer who had hold of her arm
struck her a blow in the stomach
which has resulted in an incomplete
fracture of. the lower end of the
breast bone. She fell against the
building, was picked up by officers
and thrown into a patrol wagon with
the two boys and a number of strik
ers. Deponent states she is still
suffering constant pain from tfie blow
upon her breast bone Oct 1.
Hit In the Face.
Annie Weinstein, 17, 1421 Hastings
St., was able by working on her lunch
hours to earn $7 a week as finisher
at Lamm & Co.'s. Oct. 1, 5 p. m.,
officer seized her arm while she walk
ed in front of Lamm & Co.'s.; hit her
in face with fist She bled at mouth
Ida Gold, 1157 Washburne av., em
ployed by Edw. Rose, Jackson and
Desplaines. Officer stopped her Oct 4,
5 p. m., by twisting hand in her hair
and pulling it She saw same officer
hit Ida Miller with club.
Hilda Rosen, 20, 1823 W. North av.,
averaged $5 a week. Button sewer,
Ederheimer & Stein, Robey and Wa
bansia. Walking Sept 29..10 a, m. on
Robey near Wabansia av. with her
sister, Lena. Policeman called them
"damned fools" and walked behind
them, using foul language. Say Mo
tercycle Officer No. 3598 rode on side
walk between girls; seized Hilda by
shoulder and throw her to one side.
Cop Hit Her.
Jennie Shaffer, 20. 912 W. 14th,
was $5-a-veck finisher, Lamm & Co.,
Jackson blvd. and Peoria st Walking
in front of factory, Oct 1, 5 p. m., po
liceman seized Fannie Goldberg. Miss
Shaffer asked why. Witbout further
cause, officer struck her in face with
She's Black and Blue
Fannie Goldberg, 18, 2615 Haddon
av., $6-a-week. All-around worker,
Lamm & Co. Walking in front of
company, Jackson and Peoria, with
Bessie Att, Annie Weinstein and Jen
nie Shaffer. Policeman seized her
arm. Struck her in face. Taken to '
Desplaines station with cheek
scratched, eye swollen and left arm
black and blue.
Cop 4,422 Hit Her
Molly Liberman, 22, 1206 W. 13th;
baster John C. Gorman Co.; $5 week.
Officer 4,422 squeezed her arm. She
screamed with pain. Struck her in
stomach and sides with fist Hap
pened while she walked with Ella
Greenberg on Harrison near Sher
Thrown Into Patrol
Gertrude Rosen, 16, 1310 N. Wash
tenaw av., with Continental Tailor
ing Co., Jackson and Desplaines,
earning $4 to $5 a week. As she with
30 girls came from getting pay they
-were surrounded by policemen. Po
licemen charged into their midst
Roughly thrown into patrol wagon.
Miss Rosen badly bruised.
Wouldn't Arrest Slugger
Chas. Levin, 1432 S. Central Park,
av., saw Harry Waxman, 1302 Hast
ings, assaulted on Jackson blvd., near
Halsted. Policeman stationed there
refused to arrest slugger when re
quested by Levin and others. Told
them to get warrant
Cop 4,770 Insulting
Officer 4,770 told Beckie Friedman,
20, 1126 Washburn av., skilled work
er of House of Kuppenheimer, to "get"
the hell out of here," as she walked
on Harrison near Sherman st. Called
them "fools and wild Indians." Said
that all "belonged on State street"
Who Did Shooting?
Frank Maskal, 30, 1703 W. North
av.; Kuh, Nathan & Fischer, Robey
and Wabansia av. On SeDt 30. 9:S0
1 a. hl walking, on Julian near Wood.