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THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 26, 1915.
HEROIC DEEDS
SAVE HUNDREDS
FROM THE RIVER
Oiils Mini Hu.vs. Dorki'iits and
Holmes .loin in ltcs
cno Work.
om; man dhahs out
LIST OF THE KNOWN VICTIMS OF THE CHICAGO RIVER DISA S TER ' NEW YORKERS PLEAD
FOR VICTIMS' NAMES
ClIICAilo, July 52. Kollowllic Ir n IIM
of the known ilr.nl, victims of the Kust
land llfmntor, In addition to the iinmrs
printed in Tub Sun thin morning.
ANI)i:its.c,v, m.
ANDKItso.V, l,ln.
AltKO,, Kiivvln,
AKFtSliU (or Afiilo), C.'urrlv.
Al.l.KN, MIm K.
AI.KXANIKlt.
AUSTIN. Minn Katluyn.
ADAMS. (JriiiBC.
ADAM KIKWSX, Miutlm, lS.Kt West
Superior nirrct.
AliAMKIKWSH, Mary. 1850 Went Su
perior ntreet.
TWI'VTY PAK4K'f!Fll AI.THAUIH. Il.ntl.-. 233.. Ilerwln nvc.
I ,. I 1 I AMdfttMiMO, ANMKUHON, lnMH-ctlon Department.
. ANDKKHON. Otto H.. No. Vrt. me.
ANDKIWON, May, 2730 .North Sacra
nienln Btreel
AUKI.KIt, Aunu'ta, 3521 West Twenty
fourth Mrecl.
Al'I'KI.I), I'anlr. 283 1 Wallace street.
AKHIK, .locililtit, 1021 South Union
avenue.
II
S. II. (Western Kltcllle bjilise
27 on woman, body No. 2S,
n T V I.." a. . 7 . . "OI.Ki:. CeorKe. 230!) CJrcenvloxv avenue.
O. II. (At Unidley'H un.lcrtnklnB rooinn) ; iii.-imanw. Vr lk. i,., .,,,..
No.
lB-
rniCAiio. .Inly 25. Orrnter by hun
,(lti would have been the number of
("Mil but for prod'uleH of heroism. The
ririie mhkciI from !ll)! of slrls to
Ml dock nits and hoboes.
, frail mile of a Kill ir.ixvlcil over the
fill of the idilp at the Imminent risk of
cr nun life nnd with her thin little
,m dragged a number of children to
Mfetv
, liloonij man who w.ih out of work
mJ . .I'tetnplatliiB Milclde In the river
fmnd plenty of work when the ship
cipslzi-d He phitiKfd In nnd rrscued
nine ielons befote he xxnn (IrafCRMl out
t.mcut dead by other riscuers.
A polkenian made a motorman atop
hrmren station, ran back alone the
link. plmiKiil into thr river and naved
tight from iltoxxnim;.
There wcie numerous cases of boy
hfinc" , in two uises the little fellows
t.iemselvn perched afte: helping many
noaien nnd children to safety.
A lloy'n Siu-rlflcr.
One boy. whose Identity Is yet a mystery,
Jumped from the dock Into the river to
he'.n two women cllnulnt: to some' object
in the middle of the stream. He wns i iii-iiim-vht ,)' v--.., k-,.,i. i ,.
immmlni: to the dock with one of the I lu;ni.lN. Ida Slav. 1!20 W. ConRrcss st
omen when the other tlunK her arms' I(AIr! (or orK)i ,,.,.,.. m3 1-oroU
round hl neck anil nil three drowned.) nvenur
Tuirs pnlllnK Immense line of srnp- noitu, (Winnie. lir.3 Loiela avenue.
pun nooKS lo-uay enoouniercu xxtiiii howia. .1. . v'!) Wlsoonslii street.
OAVTHN, lilward, ison South llnmlln
avenue.
lllti.MKS. Kdard, 301S llrlpp avenue.
(H'NWOII. Mary Hansen, IS10 Hum
bold! Iloulevard.
II
HIII.CONIH. ('. It.
1IANSIJN, II,
IllilCK. limit.
HICK. Mrs. Harry.
IlfM.KTA. .1.
IIANSKN. Pearl, ISIO Humboldt avenue.
HKI.KINHIN, John, 150 Twentieth
s-treet.
HUNT, J. It., 2311 South fiftieth avenue.
IIKXtiKI.H. Hjrbara, 12 North Wloliu,
Oak Park.
IlliltrtlliS, James, 29S5 South Park ave,
HOFFMAN. Marie, 3223 Knrlov avenue.
IIUSFIil.DT, R, 3044 W. Twentieth ft.
HAMILTON, Catherine, 117 WaahlnR.
ton street, f..i Orange.
HAFFNIilt, William, 2ST.2 Komlnskl
street,
HII.I., Henry, 1313 So. Flftystxth ne.
II II. I.. Mary, 1343 Fifty-sixth oourt.
HOWKUP. William. 2512 South Trum
bull avenue.
IllPPl.li. Ilaxcl, 2Blfi So. Itobey at.
HIPPI.H, OlHTord, 2fi1fi So. Itobey st.
man five feet ten. well built. Unlit hair.
Jewelry belt. He, marked O. 11.
HKIil.li, ,1 lfiB No. WnrrluKton live.
HOl'FFAllD. Oliver.
IlltliNNAN, Annie.
ISItOZliK. Antoinette.
Ill.INKKIi, Mrs. Clara.
IlOCIil.OWHKI.
nOl'l.T, Harry. 2520 Iowa street.
Ml lit 1 1.. Fred.. 1S00 Ho. Hamilton ae.
IIKDI.ACK. Joseph, 2748 South Spring
field avenue.
MliltOI.INI). Myrtle, 2221 North Klm
bnld avenue
MAMMON, limli, 1 422 So. Kedrnle ave.
MKZKK. Mary, 2S5S Fiftieth Court.
MUDNIilt, Hattle. Ifilfi W. KlRhteenth ft.
MI.AHAK. Mary. 2250 W, Fiftieth st.
MOSSli, t.ouls. 2!3 North Westeni ave.
Mt'TMilt. Anna. 3151 Justine street.
MKHIINDT Akihp. 1902 North Kcd
vale avenue.
Mltlil'.N. Harold JI
HOFFMAN. Joseph M., 3321 Waubansla
avenue.
IIF.IMANN. Frank. I.iwrence
llli.MINO, Kit ward. 4143 Thirtieth street.
HliM.MHiSTIil), lliKa, 3412 South Woo,l
street.
HKItTIil., Mennie, 2215 North lavltt
street.
IIIU.MAN. Ann.i. 5S76 Twenty-third
place, Cicero.
HAI'Pi:!.. John. 1324 O.ik Park avenue.
sas thotiKht to be a croup of boilles. A
diifr went down and found tli. hmdis
had sr.ippUd the Uastl.ind's piano.
Morris Jori'iifii. a professional diver.
h,i had brouKht on' th.rty bodies and
sittiUK on the dock, dazed and
hjsn rlc.il. was clubljed Into Insensibility
by policemen under the orders of C'apt.
Bernard Itaer because he oould not com
rrehi'iul the order "move on."
William Itaphaid, inauaKir of a com
mion house, leaned Into the river and
as swimmlni; ta the dock with two
vtnen when a fat man, his face livid
H.-een with fear, elutalieil the dres of one
uoin.m. ltaphael kicked him In the face,
but in the striiKKle the !-it man and one
urmian weie drowned
All witnesses aRree'ibut In the crisis
women were the utmiiKir and more sen-
fibie While the men foiiRht madly for
the.r live"., the women and slrls after the I Si!,.S!-IT,i.,'1
Ml'THWliKZK, l.evsls. 2S4B S. Aver ave.
MCSCII. i:il7abeth, 124fi South Millard.
llltVCIITA. Joseph A.. 2134 South Saw-
yer avenue. ,
MITJCHTA, Anton (or Mrychta), 2434
South Sawyer avenue.
ItUDI.IiWSKl, Frances, 5108 West
Thirty-second street.
l!i:i.SKV. limma, 1714 South Mubel.
JiltAlPCII. I're.l., Ilr.M.Kfleld.
MKNPIilx. Anna, 1C25 South Morgan
stnet
P.itAISt'll. Marie. Mrooklleld.
ltltAISri!. John, Mrooklleld.
IlltAISCII. Oertrude. HrooktlelJ.
ISItAISC'll. Hattle, Mrooklleld.
CAMPJti:i.I.. Mrs. Charles K.
CI.AMK. i:ila.
1NWAI.D. Marthi. 411S WeJit Twenty-
fifth avonip".
11,1.1(1. Wllham. 2029 North Kedvale
avenue,
IMMUI.. Alberl, 1531 So. Tinner it
MARTINSOltAU, Arnold.
MF.NDMISKI, Stnlilry. 931 West Thirty
first street.
MKICKIi, Anna. 1317 S. Tolman ave.
MUNSIi. Hose, 45B2 Nevada street.
MA RANK, Louis, 1529 So. Hamlin ave.
McllOY, Mildred, 1829 South Forty
ninth nvenur.
MAHTIN, W. F 361 Harrison street.
MUI.CAISKY. lidlth. 5053 Thirty-first
Court, Cicero.
MOOTS. Joseph, 1927 North Keller ave.
MliNTH, Joseph. 2737 So. Harlove ave.
MAI.HCIIA, Julia. 5042 West Twenty
fifth street.
MONTIIIiY, Mary. 130 KlRhteenth ave
nur, Meliosc Park.
MKISCHINK, Kdward, 1320 Montlcello
avenue.
MIKTIIjICKA, Anna, 4858 South Win
chester avenue.
-MAMTON. Paul. 1407 West Chicago nvc.
MA1NAKOWSKY. John. 4858 South
Winchester avenue.
MOIIN', Ignn, 1024 Leclnlre street.
MAHVt'N. limma. 1635 South Kendall
avenue.
MOSSNA. ltoe. 283 South Irvy street.
MOSSNA, Cnsthallne, 283B South Irvy
street.
j MOMItOW, lid ward, Twenty-first Court
MICHAI.KS, Kdlia, 827 North Mobey
street.
McKUNNA, May. 1949 Superior street.
McdlNl.liY, It. J 1328 ConRreJis street.
MAONt'SIiN. Irene. 3S09 Wrtghtwood
irt-rnur.
McMAHON. John. 4908 West Fourtrenth
strret.
MOYNIHAN, Nora, 2117 South Forty-
seienth street.
MAONUSKN. Mobert P.. 3809 Wright-
nooil nvenue.
MACNUSUN. SlKred. 3809 WrlKhtwnod
avenue.
MA Hit, Josephine, 2769 South Clifton
Park avenue.
MOSNA. Mohnel. 2S5R Troy street
Frank, '1243 South Kollu axe.
tutlpntlv tn lilt, nf ut.i1.iipu -i tut 1 . -
r f ... ...... . .... j . .
In the hull waited calmly for death ort,,"!:r reH- ,.. .,
l,..ue iCKUNCHA, Hose, 1210 Addison avenue.
Tfle men. however, ohietly young ones. CH,TT,ssl- "'. Sou,h
ri9si-1 .r.nin f, I ... .f i lug avenue.
n,I even ,.V rr .h e .X... CI.AUK. It. I... 3324 West Twenty-fourth
issured stood around stolidly without
JliNKII. limil.
JI'lKli:. Lottie f"bab) ).
JliNSIiN. Mrs. Ida.
JOHNSON, ft.
J.NSi:N. Tilly.
JAMSCII. Mrs. Anna (or Jannisih),
2713 North Arteslcjit axentie.
.IliNKI. Krnle.
JOHNSON, Miss Nels. 3215 Southport
avenue.
JOHNSON. Kllr.ibeth. 2738 North Al
bany nvenue.
JAZIiMMOWSKI. Antoinette. 2230
Twenty-sixth street.
JliLliN, I.ota. 1353 Dickson street.
JOHNSON. Albert. 1057 West Division
street.
JONKS. Joseph. 5211 Wen Twenty-fifth
street.
JKLINIiK, fllanche. 321S West Twenty
sixth street.
JOHNSON. A.. 1524 Twenty-fourth
place.
K
KI'.UItY. Mrs.
KMALL, M.
KltUMIiL. Katherinr.
KUMKAK. Anna. Cicero.
I KOWOLSKI, Anna.
K liliLKM, John.
KONAH. Margaret,
KMOZNKK. Walter, 212 So. K.illn ave.
KMAUSIi, Louis, Department 2321.
estern lilectrlc Company.
730 North
Ht'DOLPH, Anna. J
MA1IANIK. Walter.
ItlHTliNSOIJ, Margaret C,
Kerlov avenue.
ItADti, Mary, 2 806 Lawndale avenue.
lti:c,IITIiN..(3eorgc.
IHSTOW, William. 102B Home avenue.
ItlSTOW, Herman A., I02S Home axe.
MOSSOW. Mutli. 5048 Henry street.
ItllCKIt, Robert J. (., 2118 South Forty
seventh Court.
ItOHSIi. lilla. 813 South Kcdvale ave,
RlilTINlllilt. Anna, 00 So. Honoro st.
ItUDCKI, Mlanche.
RliISS, Sophie, 4815 North Washtenaw.
ItAIIAK. nianche. 1731 W. Fifteenth st.
It Y LANDS, Mrs. James, 1509 Fifty-
eighth avenue, Morton Park.
ItOHSi:, Lilly, 2843 South Kedxale ave.
MOTH, lilla, 4119 Lawrence avenue.
IUCKON, lilltabeth, 1633 No. Albay ax,
HADL1CH, Adolph, 3642 Sacrnmento
nvenur.
ItliMY. Klla, 6041 West Twenty-first
street
TIUL, Mrs. R. C.
TIIMPIiNSKl, Anna.
Tt'RCK, Albert. 1
THIilS. Agnes. 1635 Tell place. i
TI'ltliK, Albert, 2323 So. KoMiier axe.
Tl'ltUK, Alma, 232.1 South Kostuer
avenue.
2323 South Kostner
l.Mna,
lohn li.. 2323 South Kostner
tiimi:k
nxenun.
Tt'ltliK,
nxenue.
TU.MKI, Kmlly, 2729 Kedvale avenue.
Tli.MKI, Minnie, 2729 Kedvale avenue.
T.IONDZIAK. Minnie. 2172 Went Alt-
gusta street.
Tiii'HA, Albert, 2515 Harding avenue
TRAYNIK, lilla, 1 440 South Commuskl
avenue.
TSIiNKO, Michael, 2638 Luther street,
r
I'LimYCII. John, 1441 Kostner ae.
t'UMAN, Slgmund, 3229 North Oakley
aietiue.
V
Western Klcclric Co. Horo ne-!',Callsr',for Information fn
siciicd li.v I'l'icntls nnd Itola
lives ff Workers.
ICI.KKKS AN!) WIKKS lM'SY
ItliMIiY, Florence, 6013 West Twenty- ,. ,
.....i YAH iNUWHKI. J
MA DOLL, txiulv, 4110 (rornclla avenue:! yo'"''- 'lirls.l. 502 Ashland ave
ROCHli. William, 2146 West Ohio street. AMI.LA, Sylvia, 4t38 West 208th
v icrro.
S VHLAN, Ulla. 2744 So. Clifton Park ave.
Hi-VM AVtiiff 1......1.I1,. VAI.IiNTINi:, IMelle, 1752 Wcit Mon-
avenue.
street,
toe stieet.
V
5307 West
801 South
SOULZMAN. Catherln
STARK, Uertrude, 1027 Circle avenue,
Forest Park.
STKdMAN, William, 23 years old.
STUMP, Mary.
SCIIIlOTH, Dora.
SMITH. D. Ray.
SCHN1TZ, J.
H1NDKLAR. (1.
SIN'DIiLAIt, William
lloulex-aid.
SIMMONS. L. li.
SIIKRRY. William.
STUNDIU, Martha, 6327 North Twenty ( WDLT. Pet. Department 2225, Western
; WILLIAMSON, Thomas.
WAIiltHN. Mrs. lid ward,
Twenty-fourth place.
WOltlZMKIUR. Udnard,
Cicero avenue.
I WASTAK. Joun, 1651 W. NlneKenth H.
'WINSKI, Leo. 501 Fiftieth avenue.
Jr.. 4j3. Jackson; WRAMI.USKI, Mary, and child. 2813
South Forty-ninth avenue.
1616 West Twenty-
WRAlil Thomas
CHAM11URLAIN. Michael O.. 1145 Westt.KOMMEKA, 2323 South Hamlin avenue,
KALAL. Klanche, 1340 South Fifty-sixth
court.
KLUCINSKI. Lucy. 3012 So. Kalln ave.
KAIN. VreJ.. Department 2062. Western
I'lectrlc Company.
KOCH. limma, 2017 Twenty-second
place.
KASZt'MA, Mary, 3049 Thorp avenue.
KUPKOWSKI, Frank, 3021 Twenty-first
place.
KOTOVSKY. Jennie, 2437 South Centinl
Park avenue.
KKMNAN. Price, 2253 South Albany axe.
KOTOVSKY. Mose. 2437 South Central
Park avenue.
KOWALSKI. Julia. 4Slt West Twenty-
place,
CLARK. Marie Uhlld).
Twenty-fourth place.
CLARK. ' Elinor (child), 5321
Twenty-fourth place.
CAMO, Felicia. 1205 Harrison street.
CARROL, Thomas. Jr., 1355 Avers ave
nue
U West
West
efffrins to assist.
Kinds Ilia nimKhler Dead.
Frederick SwlRert, a city Ilieman.
worked three hours lifting bodies from
the hold. Then a illxer tt.isseil uti thn
tody of a little fjirl. her flimsy dress a f CLARK. It.. Txventy-rourth place. Cicero.
Wilful, clinging shroud, Swigert placed DURRAK. Ciusle. 157 South Keeler
me nine body on a stretclier and then street.
lioklriR closely at the drawn feature II
tJ'I'ed and fell unconscious acioxs the , ,
oily. It was his own daughter. DAVIS, Job"
Kvery person living In the two family IDiH.L. l'haile
0UhC at 2301 South Kolln avenue prr-H'ANDA, Therrsa.
I!iel In the disaster. Jule Sttogl and DAW SKA. Hen. lor Daiofk.il. ..i.O West
a'S-.'SSS. TSrarelWlKr8 sVven! "V'1' n-nce. 6032 Twenty-second
)ear-otd son were the victims, ...Vii!,'..,,, ,. .
O. S, Prltchard saved hl wife and " "",,.
ir? is d;h:z
Om- woman i graaped my Icrs. but the uvw:K jr)hi S4:0 Txventy-slxth
bodies of others pushed her axvay, else ,treet
1 should have perished." UL'HlilC. George. 2134 So. Roman ave.
A W Terklns. an express driver, who nou:ZAU Region. 1118 Winona ave.
'i. rn.fXCUt''!1. fr.'n ,ll,y,.ha,!.DOLliZAL. Josephine. 2802 South St.
put on his bathing suit under his street ' j ollM nv,.ui.
elt-thes, preparatory to a day at the ' poLIiZAL. Milile, 2802 So. St. IjuIs axe.
ff.irh, He saw the Eastland topple n0LliZ L Marx. 2S02 So. St. Iuls ave.
over Shedding his outer garments heD(jU.:AN victoria, 216 Twentieth
Munged and grasped two women, but j.tect
waj forced to release one. He saved I t)OLIiJS, Mose. 2622 Fifty-eighth ave.
tn other. He Immediately plunged back. i)ivi)., J-Mward, 1405 So. Karloxv ave.
infn 111. d,A ,..1 lirnlinlil nil. . ..Ida ' . . ...... in. .!.. t .
- -. ... .., ,,v, .,uuh,.. vu ..... ni , txkhn il'Al. Jontl. ruiiein wiuo,
. .ii.no t.-lfilAlK r(.Mirl
NOVOTMIiY, James, 6527 West Twenty-
fourth place.
NOVOTNEY, Agnes. 2720 Clifton Park-
nvenun.
NELSON, John P.. 3213 So. Park ave.
NELSON, August, 900 Roscoe Moule
vanl. NAOEL. Elsie. 2233 Kolln nvenue.
NOWAK. Frances, 3013 South Forty
ninth nvenue.
NEPMES. Mildred, 1917 South Craw
ford street.
NORAK, Anton J.. 3334 Wet Twenty
third street.
NIARAK, Anton, 2636 Uiwnd.Ue ave
nue. OSEN, Pearl. .
OCEA. L.
OLSEN. Agnes (mother and child). 1929
South Forty-ninth nvenue.
n
OSIIAUOIINESSY, M.irgatet. 2114
South Forty-seventh Court. Cicero.
OSER, Ethel. 2725 South Fifty-eighth
Court.
P
PANZEORAM. li. A.
PETERSON, Ruth. 11 ears old, 1111
Nexx-port avenue.
PHEIL, ljoiuehe, 1713 West Sawyer
street
PIERRE, C F.. 2S3n No. Spauldlng st.
PLACHETEKA. William, 1909 South
Craxvford avenue.
PEC.ITSKI. Florence. 5210 West
Twenty-fourth place, Morton Park.
PESEK. Marie. 264S So. Trumbull axe.
PARUCKA. Caroline, 2448 West Forty
eighth street.
PANSEORAU. lirvald, 6133 South Ar
tesian avenue.
PEL N A It, Mary, 2433 South Clifton
Park nvenue.
PISANO. Martlno. 713 Sholto stieet.
PETERSON, N., foreman tapping de
partment. Western Electric Company.
PETERSON. Nels, 1423 So. Fiftieth nve.
P1ERSON, Albert, 2521 Harding nve
nue. P1EIWMAN. Arthur. 3000 Kedvale ave.
PARM ENTER. Thomas W.. 2119 West
Van Iluren street.
119 West
fourth place.
SIIAULS. J W.
SIINDELAR,
STRUOOLE. Frank.
SC1IROLL, Julia and Millie.
SWEDEN (or Swedlne), John.
SYKES, Harry
STUMI'F, Mar.
STEFFEN, Hattle.
SAIIN. II A.
SCUI.TZ. Sablna
STR1ZYNA. Frank.
lilectile Company.
I WARREN, Viola. 5307 Wet Twenty
fourth place,
I WI DA RS. Samuel.
1 WILKINS, John, 1925 North Rldge-
xx ay avenue.
I WILL. Clara, 2717 Kcllar avenue.
WEICHDRODT. . Department 2303,
Western Electric Company.
WICIITENDOLL. Walter. 411 South
1 Eleventh avenue. Maywood.
.Willi' t.itln ir.K r'llfl,.r, ui'.nn.
SKEN1CKA, Jerry. 2726 South Harding WORLIS. Stephenson. 1727 North Mor-
avenue. Kan street
Sy.'.'J:'.1"??; t2U Twenty-first street., WETII Peter, 2621 Haddon avenue
SCHOl.NIIOI,. Adolphlnc. 3923 Notth WITTIMTH Fred.. "001 Twenlv -.till.. I
Drake avenue. ! street
HEIDI.. Roe. 2008 Wet Raymond ; WEICHI.ORT, Albert, 3431 South Keelet
court. j trcrt
S1ERAZK. .May. 2120 W. California ave. ,
SUYDAM. Kalherine, 3718 Ogden ave.
SUMMITT, Nellie, 5123 West Thirtieth! ASTARA. May (Identification Incom-
place. ' P'ete)
SCIIOVAL. Emm.i. 2301 Kallne street, j ZINTEC'K, Pauline. 3S06 South Win-
cnesier avenue.
mnrultlg as usuil xxlth the Idea of
checking up on the emploiee. Whether
or not work xxould be continued iriM
larly he could not say.
Mi. Tha.Xer and Vice-President 11. A.
Hadlgan reached Chicago yesterdav
morning on the Twentieth t'entuiy
Limited. .1. W, Johnston, treasurer of
the company, left here jeslcrday on the
om relatives
nnd friends .xesterday continued tiunie'--
ous. onij eight or the tornier New
York employee had been Identllled as
dead during the da.x, hmvexcr, and lh.
safely of I score or more had been
assured The coinp.inx's list of Identl
lled dead, glxell out ntllclnlly at 7 o'clock,
totalled 699. About a hundred nidi
tlon.it names were announced later, and
it was then said Hint no others xxould be
officially g'xen nut until morning.
An Inteie-tlng question was raled
.xesterdaj In regard to the benellts and
Insurance which would Ix- paid bj the
company under the plan timuuurntrd in
common xxlth the American Telephone
Company and the Western I'ulon In
Januaty, 1913. There Is a wide differ
ence III the amounts paid for prison
lujuied and killed "due to the perform
ance of xxork for the ennipanx" and
those so "iifTcrlng outside of xxork for
the roinpany.
Whe licr or nut ncrldenls mvui ring on
the xxay to a picnic could be conMrucd
as connected with performance nf work
for the company Mr. I'tntt did not
know; ami said that the matter would
require careful study before.. any decision
was reached.
The hem tlclarlrs of all employees of
oxer ten years standing receive nliwunt
equal to one jeal's ixerage xxage of
the enidore if the latter die . f sick
ness or aicldiiil ncciirlng outside their
employment Itenellci.irles of those be
tweui live nnd tell ji-nrs standing re
elve slxs months axetage xxage. The
maximum payment Is 2.oo. Ileiiefl
elarles of all eniplojces killed In per
roiii..ince of Wink for tlm colilpan.x ale
entitled lo three .xeais wages, the total
amount not to exceed ,5,000. Tht
me allowance fir sickness and disa
bility also.
Mr. Craft explained that because of
tho slackness of business there probably
xvas a larger pioportlon of obi em
ployees Involved In the accident than
would be the cao under normal con
ditions, The working force lias lieea
he riaid, anil
thosii dropped were naturally tin: nexxer
men.
The oltlces of the Western Electric
Company at 463 West street xvere kept
open all ye.terday nnd last night, em
ployees being kept busy omplllng lists
of the dead and rescued In the Eastland
dlnster as they came over the xvlrc. from
Chicago, receiving bulletins from olllclals
of the company thern and answering thn
queries of friends and telatlvet of the
2.000 employee transferred from this
city to Hawthorne In 191.-. and 1911.
The special telephone and telegraph
wires to Chicago were retained through
out the day It had been tho Intention
at flrt to close the olllces at S o'clock,
a was done Saturday night, but late In
the afternoon a message arrived ex
plaining the need of some ngency In Neiv
York xvhlcn could get Into communica
tion at once with relatives n this region
in regard to the disposition of recovered
boilles.
Earlier In the day the following ap
peal from Coroner Hoffman of Chicago
to the undertakers and ruibalmcrs had
been forwarded to show the urgency of
the situation.
"Fm- hiiin.inlt.x's eake all undertaken
and embalmers ate asked to come to
the Second Regiment Armory at once to
embalm all unidentified dead for preser
xntlon for Identification "
On receipt of the mosnge E. II. Craft, ' decreased considerably.
dcxelopnieiit engineer of the coinp.ui.
who xvas In charge, decided to keep the, Further lists will be received at the
oltlces open all night anil stayed himself company's olllces to-day, and tho search
until midnight. During the morning P. ' r"r m"K" "f r"n",,r N''"' v,,rl5 ""Payees
L Thonip-on, the ndvertlslug manager,
dlrtcted the oilier. The llag remained 1
at half-mast all day. , i
W. F. Hendry, former superintendent!
will be continued.
I'rcpiirlMX for the
lUnTfoim city, lnd
STAKIill. Emma. 60IS ltnbev street.
SYKES, Margaret, 1131 South Harvey , "V''!iTn.A 'J""'1-
SUILLAD. Ernest, ill7 W. Harrison M. ZEI'K. lli-ssle. lsll Flfty-sexenlh stteet .'hops at Hawthorne, called up earl InjAugust 2. when fifteen ealooi
SEIP. Lena. 123 Viola nvenue. La 55 ERVOilEL. Eiiinut limil, 2M2 South the afternoon a,l gave the statement i"u! "f.,!,l?"",M!L. M'"!y ."f
"n.r: ' VMifx. VJ.Tn.n, c .., ,. I"f I'resldent H. II. Thayer oxer the tele-
w.nwAci.x.Mxi, .xinrina, jo.i l-orty- v ...,. ..i.,,,,
eighth court. ZOMAC Edward, 2714 Centtal Park . '"!' ;
"Ilr" ! t.
Jul'' 23. Ilart-
of the shops In this clt and now tech-foul City saloon keepers are preparing
nical superintendent of the teleiihoiio for the "drx" snell whlili xxill begin
lnotm xxill go
til XXlll Sell
soft drinks. The windows, of all tho
local saloons contain large illsplaa of
bottled goods at reduced prices, Hurt-
Mr. Hendry said that the fac
STREET. James. 2310 So. Millard ave. avenue.
SC1IIFF, Ludxxig, 4912 Twenty-fourth ZEDROVZIOSKI. Francis. 2221 South
place. Fifty-third court.
SINDELLAM. Adclla, 4537 Jackson ZAJIECK. Henrietta. 23S Madison ave-
Iloulevard. nue. Congies Park.
SACH (Department 2220), 3027 Kellar ZACK. E. T, 3037 South Keeler nvenue.
nvenue. ' '' iii.i'. .Mina, .ioepnne, an., xvest
tory at Hawthorne would be opened this ford City xvas voted "dr ' May 4.
2614 Klldare avenue.
3026 West Twellty-
2001 Twenty-third
'POTIIUM. Sven, department 4910, West
etn lilectrlc ompauy
third tdare.
KONKL. Anna. 2451 So. Clifton Pail: ax 1 PARM ENTER. Anna,
KENNEDY. Albert. 2I3S Warren axe. Iluren street.
KECK, Jate. 1036 Knrlov nvenue.
KRA.INIK. Wnlter. 2717 So. Kollu ave.
KETCHKE. Josephine. 2113 Fifty-' PETERSON, Charles, 2236
eighth street. I "trect.
KLENKOWSK1. Helen. 2235 Mai shall 1 PITRICK. Charles, 2655 Harding ax e.
Iloulevard. 'PLOCIIOSKY. Joseph,
KASPAR, Nellie, 4S19 Wood street. I "'nth place,
SALAK. Fannie,
SELUi, Edwar.1
third street.
STRAUSS. Lottie.
street.
SODERSTROM, Stanley. 7609 Morgan
street.
STRANEK. Hess.. 1333 W. Nlnete.nth st. ,
SMITH. Myrtle. 1838 We-t Huron street.
SLADEK, .Mamie, 2319 So. Avers axe i
SI.ADEIC. It. ssle. 2319 South Avers ave.
SMITH. Margaret, 124fc Millard avenue.
SI EDLECKI, Frances, 3019 Thlrty-llrst i
place. .
SCHUETTE, Henry, 123 Sixteenth ave.
STARK or STORK, (iertrude, 1027
Circle avenue. Forest Park.
SENOISM. William, Morton Park
SKAI.A. Miss Helen. Cicero. III.
STANN. Miss Anna, 21 years old.
SCYMANSKI (Slecikeskl). Josephine.
Vanl I"'3" West Superior street.
fsOULZ.MAN. Catherine
STEFFEN, Mrs, Hattle.
SOUKUP, William. 19 ears old. 2516
Twenty-thlnl stieet.
ZIMM . Jo-le, 2I3D Thomas street.
MUNITIONS TRAIN WRECKED.
Cromwell
4915 Twenty-
South Trumbull.
STIixlMAN, William. 23 years old.
SMITH. Ray I).
SCIIM1TZ. J
STENDER. Martha. 23 sears old
cuir, laii' n mill ireei, I . . . ...... v, . , , . . ,
Emma. 647 Wen Thirtieth I POCII. May. 6102 Vet Thlrt'eth stieet ;. S I W UNkl, Mertha.
Immediately following the disaster
the American Express Company placed
l' entire wagon and motor service at
the dlrposal of the rescue workers. j
T lire xt Plunks to Hmrr.
" S Mattocks of the American Ex
Tress Company, with nuother man whose
tsme was not learned, did valiant res
rue work In an unnsual xvay. They
threw a boatload of planks to the strug
gling passengers and afterxvnrd picked
"P many who were thus enabled to keep
e float
Kdward Atkln, foreman of the R. R.
Anderson Company, also proved himself
hero In a modest may. He found a
'mail Mat under the Clark street bridge
tnl rescued twenty persons. Three ln
""nslhle women whom he took out of
the river were brought to life by pul
motors. Courage and presence of mind
"xd the life of Mrs. Walter Hubbard.
' I had enough presence of mind to
hold my breath when I was thrown Into
Ihe rlx-er," she said. "My head felt as
If It would burst, but I realized that my
l.fe depended upon retaining my senses.
I fought until I got from under n sofa
!hat had fallen on me. Then I prayed
"i how I prayed but kept my eyes
tpn and my senses alert. Presently
orw one thiexv me a Ufa preserver and a
man leaning from somewhere hooked
tne with ,n umbrella and I was saved."
7,000 TICKETS WERE SOLD
Western Electric Vo.'u llend 8T
tuple llooni Wna Provided.
' iin-xno, July 23. President II. B.
T' avi-r nf the Western Electric Com
I im ivniKd this statement to-day:
l or leveral years the Chicago cm
f ivies of the Western Electric Company
-id arranged for an annual picnic to
.Mienig.ir, City. On these plcnlca the
mptoe H ),ai been accompanied hy
"i''r famllleH and friends. For the
I" tun ns-terday 7,000 tickets were sold
ampin accommodations had been
lroiio,., hy employees' committee
' 'li.irge of arrangements. The East-
"id was one of the vessels which last
!'-ir safely earrlnl a load to the picnic,
tint disaster ymterday, the
r J-e ,,f which has not been ascertained,
" reneral ilrand July and other Fed
p''' ill nnd municipal bodlea have
' ' ir ,iiter under InveKtlgatlon. The
""'I'1 x has orgauUed for relief work
'" - made an nmironrlatlon for that
I 'ft The M.o or's committee of
R lias taken up the raising of a
"id lias put the Red Ciomi Society
Ke or its disbursements, so that
i tti.it h that can be done
lone for the tellef of the living
' ' tinio the extent of the tl I
miK be estimated and no
'i ii. (a ,,, j, cen made tn ascertain
'X nf I lie- lost me employees of
" oilman) i mi Hist effort Is to do
' i' b done to relieve the ills
"s wii.eh must jaigely fall op our
""n people."
''I)
Ir ,
fi,
I In
A I
Dl.'DET, John, 2937 South Forty-eighth
Court. , .
DUDET, Mary, 2937 South Forty-eighth
Court.
DOU1NER. Paul. I-a Orange. 111.
DAWSON. Earl, 909 So. Humphrey ave.
DANOWSKI. Stanley, 6060 Thirty-second
street.
K
KRKMAN. Charlotte.
EIIRARDT, J. K 1411 N. Campbell ave.
ERKMAN. Charles.
Kt.lTCK. Cliarles.
ERLANDSON. Carrie. 702 Noble stieet.
ENllENH ART, Harry, 4162 West Twen
ty-fifth place.
HHRIIARD, F.. 1418 N. Campbell ave.
EOAN, Mary, 316 South Kllbourne ave.
FITZGERALD, William.
FKNICK, James.
FRIEDMAN, Carl, 2149 West Division
street.
FOSTLE, Chrlstl
FltEDERICK, Alice, 8SI5 Forty-eighth
Court. , ,
FARRELL, Amelia, 3114 South l orty
eighth Court.
F1LK. JIargaret, 1508 West Ohio street.
FILK. Frank. 4233 W. Twenty-tlrst st.
FLEISCHER. Caroline, 5307 West
Twenty-rourtli piair.
FUDEK, Mary, 2937 South Forty-eighth
Court. ,. , . .
FUDKK, John, 2937 South Forty-eighth
Court.
PREHUMAN. Iiniil. 3000 South Ke.1
vale avenue.
FBNIK, Mary, 6526 West Twenty-third
street, Morton Park.
FENIK, Helen, 6526 West Twenty-third
street, Morton Park.
FENIK, William, 5526 West Twenty
third street. Morton Park.
FRISINA. Phillip. 2933 South Forty
eighth Court.
FRENYEN, Arthur, 5133 West Twenty
second street.
FREILICH, John, 5453 Thomas street.
FRANZEN, Anna, 5133 West Twenty
second place.
FREHAM, William. 1208 Millard axe.
C.OOPNER. Nell,
CARVER. E- H. .
UUNDKRSON. . official photog-
rapher blue print department Western
lilectrlc Company, Hawthorne,
GUNDERLOOK, Mary E.
(iOTTSTEIN, J. L. (Identification In
complete), GARNER. K. W., Western Casket Com
pany. (lEZOHOIi, Alma,
GRANDT. Clara,
GROCIIOWHKA, Tedd).
GOYim'E, Charles.
CARNEY. Clara. 4906 Twenty-ninth
place. Cicero, III,
(IRAKI, Leonard, 1020 W. Polk st.
GAMMIEL, Marie. 322.1 Thirty-eighth
plHce.
OUENTIIliR, William, 1109 Tvrenty-flret
avenue.
KRAUSS
street,
KANNIIIiRG. Fried, 3221 Aimltage
KR1E.ICA. Joseph G., 1438 Kamtnskl
axenue.
i r. i m 1 1 k i., note, jh xx est roriy
elghth court.
KOWALSKI. Anna. 5016 Thlrty-fourth
place. Cicero, 111.
KIRCH, Fied., 2700 South Turner nve
nue. KAIN. Frederick. 3118 Hutchinson.
KuLDKR. Roe. 123s Cornell street.
KOKDOl'S, Emma, 2711 South Troy
street.
KLEIFGES, II. J.. 4017 Adams street.
KODEDEK. Joseph, 1339 West Elgh-
teenth street.
KRUSE. louis, 4108 West Twenty-fifth
street.
KISEWINSKA, Helen. 2120 South Al
bany avenue,
KALA. Edwin, 5356 West Twenty-fourth
stieet.
KALA. Helen, 5356 West Twenty-fourth
stieet.
K Eli NAN, .Mary, Nobel and Nostrand
avenues.
KIEV EL., Kittle, 2415 South Fiftieth
ax enue.
KRINZ. Joseph, 2113 South Crawford
axenue.
I.
LEWIS. Violet.
LAKE. II. P.
LYONS. Winifred.
LYONS, May.
LYONS, Mrs. K.
LISNKR. Ernest.
l.EMAINE. William.
LATOWSKI. Walter, 6125 West Thir
tieth place.
LANtlli, Walter. 2911 South Forty
elglith Court.
LORNET, Hattle, 1329 South Forty
eighth Court.
LEWANDOWSKI, Viola. 1S66 Iowa
street.
LYONS, John, 6612 W. Twenty-second St.
LYONS. Thomas, 5612 West Twenty
second street.
LANDSIEDEL. Mis. George. 5012 West
Twenty-third street,
LANDSIEDEL, Naomi, 5012 Wost
Twenty-third street.
Loll It, Frances, 4014 West Twenty-lint
street.
LENICA. Louisa, 2729 South Kedvale
avenue.
LOCKEY, John, 3813 Ravenswood ave
nue. M
MATTJESKY, Joseph.
MATT, Frank.
MATT. Henry.
MERNZIT1Z, .
MILLER. J. (Identification Incomplete).
MURPHY. David.
MENTII, Mrs, Catherine.
MULAC, Julia.
MULAC. Lillian.
MURPHY. D.
MURPHY, Mrs, Mar).
MONTGOMERY. Miss La Grange.
McLEOREN, Mnry.
MURAIOSKI, John.
MASMA, Kate.
MUELLER, Katherinr.
MUELLER, William R.. 2666 Keeler
avenue.
llt.AIk- Thomas f.041 Txvellt v.nltlth I S '1 1 1 'LTZ. J. S.
street i-lcero SHRIEZYN, Frank. 1720 West Twen.
iiskl PATRUNANK. Martha. Hinsdale. I .R'r,;,,;1, ,
PARLETICK, Joseph. 3326 West t-l-.NolsM. W llllam. : Morton I 'ark.
(niise of in a ni up n Xlsterl
pres In lliiiiuer.
Mkti'OIIkx, N .1.. July 25 A fast
Pennsylvania Railroad freight train
laden xxlth war munitions for the Allies
and i mining at rorty-llvc tulles an hour
on a down grade curve was xvreckvd 1
to-day at We-t Metiiclien. The Atlantlrj
Coast L lie-Southern Rail xvay express of
eleven sleeping cars baiely ec-oaped go-1
Ins into the ditch as it had passed the
freight about thiity seconds before the
munition train left the track.
Fixe xxoodin cais wire ciuhetl Into
kindling xxood and a fin row- a foot and
a half de.p and 6m0 feet long xvas dug
In the stone ballasted roadbed. Trattlc
on the instbound tiacks wa held up for
' five hours
i The cause of the wreck Is a mystery
. The rallioad olllclals xx-ould not talk and
other persons weic not permitted t.i go
near the freight car- said to contain e.
f plosive. The cars remaining on the
i ttack were rushed t. Jeiye.x City.
Sevir.il t'alliuien rere'ved minor In-
jut ICS
Twenty-sixth street.
PRCEGERT, Robert. 1832 South Kedile
avenue.
PROCIINOW. Lillian, 1915 West Twenty-second
street.
PATRUNKY, Anna. Hrooktlcld.
PETERSON, Ray, 1422 South Fiftieth
avenue
Q
QUWAE, Martha, 23 ears old.
QU1NAS, Martha, 4118 West Twenty
fifth street.
It
R1EDL (or Rydcll), Rose.
REIIOR. Frank.
REICHERT. Edward.
ROSE (or Itlese), Thomas, 4Sth Court
or 48 Cicero Court.
REINHARDT. Elsie.
SKAI.A, Miss Helen. Cicero.
SMITH. W. H.
SCHNOOR, Nellie. 2210 W. ilatilson st.
SCIK'EDKR. Emma, 235S Fiftieth ave
nue. STEPHENS. Grace W 135 West
Twelfth "treet.
SCHROEPER. Nutle, 2C3 Dlcken ave-
nue
STENSON. James. V06 Rush streef.
SAELI.ET. C II. 3210 Aithiligton
street.
SCHNEI.L. Carrie, 30Q0 Noith Christina
street.
SMITH. Sophia .M.. 1137 North Western
avenue,
T
THOMPSON. Herbert,
THOMPSON. Louise.
TAMMLE. Dr.
THINKS BODY IS BATES'S.
I.IiiiIihi Hales, sr., '-all sited Willi
Mill's Idenllflcnllon.
Al.HXNV. Jul 25 The father of l.ni-
ilon Males, Jr.. tlla Lllnitallla Victim
xxboe bodv Is reportul to have been
washed al'or at Kllgcolgan liateivax.
In land. Ilteve the identltkMtlon of the
bo. ,s correct
Mr Mates, Sr., l. at Lebanon Park, j
lie. II I iliriii-in. lie s.llll lll-lllgni lie
was s,ititlnt from the Information he
has received that tlm body washed up
on the Irish coast a few- days ago
Is that of Ills sou. The Ideutittentlon
should have been easy, he added, as
his son carried a passport and other
pipers containing his nam
Atlantic City
NEXT WEDNESDAY
9 HO L. W. 2M St., 7.S0; Llbtrty St., 8.00
4t5 Lv. IicViod Avt., Jtiy Cliy. 1.17
Ly. Dioid Si., Newitk, 7.S5 a.m.
HARD COAL NOSMOKI COMFORT
Beginning This Morning afc 8:30 Sharp
The Half-yearly Sale of
Saks-made Suits for Men
Reduced from $30, $28, $25, $23, $20 to
$17
Substantial as the reductions are in this sale, that is by no means the sole
attraction. This event excels in just that particular wherein most sales are
deficient assortments. Kept up to normal requirements until a few weeks
ago, the selections are both extensive in variety and rich in just those
models and materials which dominate current Metropolitan styles. Thus
you are afforded the twofold advantage of a liberal saving and a range of
choice in which you can readily find what you want.
And the making is ours! Every garment is Saks-tailored clean through.
Every line and curve attests the consummate skill of Saks workmanship.
Every stitch and seam reveals the Saks scrupulosity of detail. And whether
you consider the outward appearance of the garment, or investigate its per
fectly finished skeleton interior, you will find in both all those creative ear
marks of fine making which distinguish Saks clothes from all others.
A small charge for alterations.
Broadway
at 34th Street
Broadway
nks &(Eompnmj
340. St.
Store opens S:.'fU A. M., closes 5:0 I. M. .Saturday 1 o'clock
SPECIALLY priced for MEN
today and tomorrow
Meis Shoes and Oxfords
$6.50 to $8.50 High and Low Shoes
are reduced to $485
$5.00 and $6.00 High and Low Shoes
are reduced to $3.95
Included are the season's best models in mahog
any Russia, gun metal calf, black or brown vici kid,
patent colt and patent calf. Tops of same, or of
buckskin, calf or. box cloth in high and low Shoes.
Tan Buckskin Golf Shoes
and Oxfords with Rubber Soles
regularly $6.50 and $7.00, reduced to $3.95
Athletic Shirts and Drawers
800 Garments, regularly $1.10, at 75c each '
Fine silk-and-cotton fabrics: fancy colored .stripes; white
with self figures; Shirts sleevele.-s; Drawers knee length.
1000 Union Suits at 79c
reduced from SI. 10
Fine, plain white madras, also checked and striped fabric.-,.
Closetl crotch style; fit excellently, insuring comfort.
A Clearance of Men's
Straw Hats at $1.00
Included is every Straw Hal in slocl, excepting Panamas and
Leghorns. The high grade Hals of Bluw & Koch and of Batch,
Price & Co. constitute quite a portion. There is still (uo months
of Straw Hat uealhtr ahead.
Lcshorns, icacSS.OO and $6.00 now $2.95
Panamas, were $5.00 now $2.95
Panamas, were $6.00 now $3.95
Panamas, were $8.00 now $4.95
Panamas, were $10.00 now $5.95
Panamas that were $12 to $35
now $6.95 to $19.95
Motorists' "Restaurants"
at very special prices
Cases made of wood, covered with black enameled duck.
Contain food boxes, plates, knives, forks and cups. Space
for Thermos bottle.
"Restaurants" for two at $3.50
"Restaurants" for Jour at $7.50
"Restaurants" ) or six at $10.00
Motor Apparel Shop, 6th Floor.

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