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wardthe elevator. Harmon jarri
med shut the door Mrs. Wein
bauer's arm was caught in it.
The elevator started up.
It dragged Mrs. Weinbauer
with it until her head struck the
top of the elevator door, and she
crashed to the floor.
Mrs. eWinbauer became uncon
scious immediately. She was
carried to the temporary hospital
in the store. There she was at
tended by a woman physician.
This woman physician refused
to give out any information as to
Mrs. Weinbauer's condition to
day. When Manager eKlly first was
asked about the accident, he said
he did not know anything about
it, and refused to give the name
of the injured woman. No re
port had been made to the police.
It was only when Kelly real
ised The Day Book was in full
possession of the facts in the
case that he consented to talk.
Then he admitted that Mrs.
Weinbauer's condition was se
rious. Even then, however, Kelly
would not give out the exact in
juries suffered by Mrs. Wein
bauer. Mrs. Weinbauer's husband, a
Maywood butcher, was told of
the accident in which his wife
had suffered, and late this after
noon was on his way down to the
So far as could be made out to
day, Harmon, the elevator opera
tor, was directly responsible for
WILSON SAYS HE HAS NOT
YET NAMED BRYAN
William J. Bryan.
Philadelphia, Jan. 31. "There
is no justification for the infer
ence that William J. Bryan is to
be secretary of state and that I
sent bim a message by Colonel
This was the statement of President-elect
Wilson, who is here
on a visit to his dentist today.
"As to any definite conclusion
concerning the cabinet," he con
tinued, "the situation is the same
as it has been all along. I have
not reached any decisions. I
have not sent a message to Mr.
Bryan by anyone."
Cold Meat Shape.
Take half a pound of cold meat,
cut into squares and place in a
basin. Pour over boiling stock in
which has beert dissolved one
ounce of gelatine. Season thor
oughly and pour into molds. Set
aside till cold. Serve on a dish
garnished with parsley. This
makes a delightful supper, din
ner or even breakfast dish.