Three Men Hurt at Naperville Residence Fire

Issue 15 and Volume 67.

Three Men Hurt at Naperville Residence Fire Three men were hurt, but not seriously, at the fire that not long ago damaged heavily the residence of Judge John S. Goodwin in Naperville, Ill. It started from an _____nknown cause about 1.45 A. M. in the west side of the building, a three-story brick and wood structure fifteen years old, occupying a space 40×80 feet on a 50-foot street, and had gained such headway that when the department under command of Chief Otto H. Reicke arrived in response to the telephoned alarm, the west side of the house and the porch were thoroughly involved. There were twenty-two men engaged, employing one motor combination, three hose reels and one ladder truck. They laid 1,200 feet of hose and threw three hydrant streams at one time. No engine streams were required, as there was a direct pressure of 125 pounds in the hydrants,…

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