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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 21, 1912, Image 6

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Joseph Psunka, 1429 W. 17th
st.; Adam Welgaj, t67 W. 17th
st., and Joseph Nurzqi, 1802 W
21st st., attacked hy several un
known men who were blockading
sidewalk at W- 18th pi. near S.
Wood s:. A1J three severely
Michael Krug? foreman for Se
bastian Krug, wrecking contract
or, 35 S Dearborn st, fyit on head
with shovel by unknown negro
when he refused fyim work. Se
verely injured.
Morris Ppjakow, 3,708 Douglas
blvd , hif by eleyator in father's
building, 3?02 Ogden ay. Seri
ously injured.
Small fire in bajemenj: of ex
press office of Henry Fields, 57 E.
Chicago av. Police inyestigating
Joseph McMahon, 42 E. Oak
st, fought with wife. Then swal
lowed carbolic acid and cut his
throat Dead-
Mrs. J. Keleher, 7717 Eggle
ston av, latest victim pf "long
and shores pant' robbers. Boy
entered the house while man
talked to Mrs. Keleher. They es
caped with $24.
Stanley Kramer, 15, 2120 W.
19th st., mysteriously shot in one
leg during a gathering of neigh
borhood boys, is recpvering rap
idly at the County Hospital.
Suburban train on the C, B. &
Q. Ry. struck switch engine at
14th and Canal sts. Edward
Dickerson, engineer, Melrose
Park, badjy injured.
Shanley Hodors, 35, 1375 W.
13th st , was working on elevator
in budding at 2427 W. 14th st.
Lost balance. Grabbed cable.
Started eleyator down and was
crushed. University Hosoital.
ISenously injured.
Twp armed men locked Paul
Turner saloonkeeper, 439 N.
Western av., in ice box. Escaped
with $18,
Mrs. Nancy Robertson, 4827
Winthrop av., was in bathtub.
Gasoline stove consumed oxygen
jn room. Asphyxiated Revived.
Harfy Sandowski, 54, 1H4 '
Noble St., thought he could be
chanipion fjghter. Started train
ing. 1 00k smash at his own pic
ture. Gut artery. County Hos
John Jacobsep, saloonkeeper,
found dead in building- at 1459 N
Campbell av. Fell down stairs.
Ida Opper, 3, 1102 W. 14th st,
dead. Drank water in which was
mixed caustic soda.
Gustave Storm, 159 W. Van
B.uren st, fell through plate
glass window of Hesler's shoe
s.tprp, 52 W. Van Buren st Cut
artery in hand Nearly bled to
Otto Bach foimd dead in Mor
ton Grove. Coroner investigating.
Chas. Christeiison, 4536 N.
Whipple st, got drunk.w Fell on
tracks from platform ofBelmont
av. station of the Northwestern.
Geo. Brpckenberg, 1038 Diversey
blvd., jumped and saved him
from oncoming train. Christen
son arrested.
Jo'hnJPera, 100th st and Ave-

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