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TELEPHONE USERS ASS'N. HOLD PROTEST
MEETING AGAINST 'PHONE GRAB
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Daily Newspaper.
N. D. Cochran, .gggBjB 500 South Peoria St.
Editor and Publisher, C Tel. Monroe 353.
VOL 2, NO. 259
Chicago, Friday, Aug. 1, 1913
DAILY NEWS DRIVER WHO ENDANGERS
WOMEN AND CHILDREN FREED
Warren Avenue Police Fail to Hold HaneckAnnenberg
Case Apparently Does Not Teach Lawson's News
a JLesson In Keeping the Law.
The vigorous prosecution of Max
Annenberg, the Tribune's boss gun
man, by State's jfUtorney Maclay
Hoyne does not appear to have
.taught the Daily News nor its slug
gers and drivers a j
At 4:40 o'clocH
noon, one Henacs
driver, was driving
horse and wagon south on Kedzie
avenue at a reckless speed that en
dangered the livesjof pedestrians and
a Bally News
a Daily News
persons in other
As Henack approached Park ave
nue, there was a
in front of him
to figure that thei
street car directly
street car was not
going to stop, or alse he thought that
he was a miracle df a driver and cbuld
almost run down 'people and yet not
quite do it, or elsq'he did not care.
The car slowed, up at Park avenue.
Two women and four children cross
ed from the sidewalk to board it
It was apparent that Henack
would either have to run them down
or drive into the street car.
A scream went up from the women
when they saw their danger. They
snatched at their children and ran.
' A moment later Henack and his
wagon crashed full into the street
car, rocking even that heavy vehicle
on its wheels.
The women and children had been
saved from possible death by a few
Henack's horse was still able to
keep its feet. Cursing at the top of
his vo'ice, Henack tried to get it away
from the car and drive on'down the
J. P. Walker, 4449 Monroe street,
motorman, and D. Lyons, 4151 Gren
shaw, conductor of the car. called to
him to stop.