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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 24, 1912, Image 7

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Policeman Walter Moran forced
way through flames and carried
out the child. He was slightly
burned. Policeman Becker also
slightly burned.
Members of Young Men's Bible
class, Woodlawn Park Presbyter
ian church, will give minstrel
show Oct. 28 and 29 at Woodlawn
Masonic Temple.
Joe Zimba, 14, and Bruno Swen
"towski, IS, brought back here to
day from Dallas, Tex., to face
charge of rifling safe in saloon of
Mrs. B. McWilliams, 414 Sacra
mento ave., obtaining $800.
Nine persons injured when
Pennsylvania train struck street
car at 106th st. J. Gray, 54, 8930
Commercial ave., taken to S. Chi
cago hpspital. May die. Fog
caused wreck.
Matthew H. Shaw, 65, dead
from injuries received Oct. 15,
when he was struck by street car
at S. Wabash ave. and Eldridge
George W. Knight, 30, 6317
Normal ave., telegrapher, killed
by switch engine of Belt line at
W. 75th and S. Leavit sts.
M. C. Buckler, city traction
expert, has warned all street car
companies to prepare heat in all
cars. Have you noticed it?
Neither have we.
Burglars entered home of J. K.
Springer, 5400 S. Park ave. Es
caped witlf jewel case containing
jewelry valued at $250.
Adam Thelan, 2033" Lincoln
ave., bookkeeper of Herman Er
by, merchant, 121 W- Indiana
ave., arrested. Charged with pay
roll padding to extent of $200.
Albert Boab, 40, 3638 S. Lin
coln St., foum dead. Gas. Be
lieved suicide.
Thomas Fox, 635 S. Clark St.,
fined $10 and costs. Charged
with "mashing."
John Ellis, 207 W. Erie St., at
tempted to hit his wife'with ham
mer. She came right back at him
with water pitcher. Severely cut.
He was arrested, charged with
disorderly conduct.
Leonardo Franzone, 503 W.
Oak st., arrested charged with ex
torting $900 from E. Adani,
baker, 504 W. Oak St., by means
of threatening letters.
Harold Foster, 12, 6602 S.
Peoria st., and Albert Latimer,
6530 Lowe ave., arrested charged
with burglary.
Mr. M. E. Dusdale, 40, 245
Oakwood ave., struck by ice
wagon at N. Wabash ave. and
Randolph st. Severely injured.
G. Seeiner, 70, 501 Lincoln
ave., struck by auto at N. Dear
born and W. Lake sts. Seriously
Patrolman Patrick Lynch, 3439
W. 65 th st., struck by wagon at
W. Adams and S. Dearborn sts.
Slightly bruised.
George Ruck, 3741 N. Ridge
way ave., and Gordon Ruck,
brother, took short cut over ele
vated N. W. Ry. tracks at N. 40th
ave. Struck by passenger train.
Severely bruised.
Joseph Redecker, 14,- 4159
Langley ave., messenger boy, se
verely injured when his wheel
was struck by auto of N. Kelley,
3972 Lake ave.
Fire-in upholstering room filled

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