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THE DAY BOOK
500 S. .PEORIA ST. g398
TEL. MONfcOE 353
Vql. I, No. 229 Chicago, Thursday, Junex20, 1912 One Cent
' WALL FALLS, MAN KILLED
Arthur Dunlap, 26, 1640 W.
Thirty-fifth street, was killed,
and fivcwerevinjured When a wall
of a- new building in the plant? of
thcAnglo-American Packing Co.,'
40th street and Packers avenue,
collapsed shortly); before noon to
day., The injured :
dhn Garrett, foreman, 34, 3751
S. Paulina; injured about head
Anton Zowatka, 17, 3824 S.
'Ashland av,; right leg broken and
bruised about body; Englewood
Jacob Jenkol, 56, 3824 S, Ash-
land av.; right arm broken and
cuts on head ; Englewood -Hospital.
i Walter Mulchaura, 34, 3621 S.
Paulina; back bruised; taken
home. ' '
John Kisoowski, 4Q, 4420 Her
mitage, av.; Jeft limV br6ken and
cuts on jight arm; Wesley tHos
The men were working on top
of a 22-foot wall putting a roof on1
the bunding. Garrett, the fore
man, felt the wall sway under him
and cried to the workmen to jump.
JCisoowski and Zowatka were
injured when they leaped to the
ground. Several of the laborers
were unhurt by the long, jump,
Dunlap and the other injtfred men
did not hear Garrett's Wdrning in
time and crashed 'through the
building to the grpund floor un
der a mass of falling bricks and
Dunlap was the-first man res
cued. He was-'Utjcpnscious and
lived but a few minute. Groans
convinced the resduers that all of
the buried men were .alive and
firemen and. poiiceWen Worked
frantically to reach them '
In spite of his injuries Garrett,
the foreman, directed lhe"wprk of
rescue and refuse to have his
wounds dressed Until the last man
was taken from the" tangle of tim
bers and masonry. , j r
All the injured -men -will re
cover. i '
CONVENTION' HALL, NEWS
T. Roosevelt will head a new
political party ne fall. y
That is, RooseVfelt will head &
new party next fall if- he' doesn't
change his mind. ' . ,
Roosevelt's chief- business to-
day was changing 'his, nlind', and
issuing statements, and then de
The convention' itself did ab
solutely nothing today: It was
called to order at 12:02, ahd im
mediately adjourned. uAtil 4