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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 07, 1912, Image 5

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James Bach, blind, 174 W.
(Michigan st, fell from Evanston
av. car at La Salle av. and Michi
gan St. Injured.
k Mrs. Sophia Bush, 2438 Had
'doii av.y wheeled 18-months'-old
baby into wheels of coal wagon
before- she saw it. Then fainted.
Detective John McGarry pull
ed the baby, to safety.
Elsie Manson, 14, perhaps
youngest "confidence woman" in
Chicago, swindled Mercedes -La-.tus,
9, 141 S. Harvey av.-, out of
$5. Mercedes was sent to 2115
V.-12th st, to collect rent money.
Elsie met her as she was re
turning home and, telling hen she
was an old friend, succeeded in
getting away with $5.
Slight damage at fire on 11th
floor of North American bldg.,
Monroe and State st, "-last mid
night. Electric wires. J
Rev. Wrn.- White Wilson, rec
'tor of St Marie's Episcopal'
Church, E. 36th st and Cottage
Grove av., killed by 43d st. car at
43d st. and Cottage Grove av.
.'Harry Sheldon is"in Evanston
police station with nothing much
Jo -say except "dog gone." He
was arrested when " two dogs
which -he carried in a 'sack gave
him away bybarking. '
Dogs were stolen by Sheldon
from residents of the North
Shore suburbs. One, a Boston
bull terrieir valued at $200, was
identified as belonging to Miss
Helen Cady 825 Foes 'ave.,
Wilmette. :
The other was a white silver
poodle worth about $100.
jjhoaias MeGrath.36, 522N.
41st ct, janitor in county bldg.,
,overcome with heat while at f
Martin Hartong, 641 Grand
ave., errand boy, -prostrated at N.
Clark and W. Randolph sts. Heat.
Charles Hansen, painter, 1638
N. Francisco ave., fell from ladder
while painting at 1932 Hudson
ave. Alexian Bros.' hospital.
Severely injured.
W. B. Hogget about 60, found
dead in room of States hotel.
Heart disease from heat.
Frank Garvey, 52,-6350 Justine
St., laborer, overcome by heat
While working at W. 58th and
Justine sts. Died.
Cornelius Gondzwaard, 67, re
tired merchant of Grand Rapids,
Mich;) dropped dead in home of
brother-in-law; Rev. J. Manni,-'
1329 S. Harding ave. Heart dis
ease from heat !
Herbert Anderson, 2753 Fuller- .,
ton ave., carpenter, overcome by
heat at American Malting Co., N.
Halsted and W. Division sts.
Herman Ritter, 35, 2902 N.
Ashland ave., died at Alexian
Bros.' hospital. He was over
come by heat on Wednesday.
M. B. Hancock, 5209 Jefferson
ave., overcome on I. C. suburban
rain. Died in station at 12 st.
- Israel Morris, 5958 S, Win- ,
Chester ave., ambulance driver at
stock yards police station, over
come' "by heat. '
John Murphy, teamster, 1547
Mohawk sts, overcome wh'ile un
loading coal at 515 W. North
ave. Hospital.
Stanley Drops, 1840 W. Supe
rior st, laborer, overcome by heat
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