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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 09, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 1

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ALL TODAH NEWS IN A NUTSHELL
EASY TO READ ON CAR GOING HOME
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL.5, NCX62 Chicago, Thursday, December 9, 1915 398lg
SUES MANDEL BROS." -HURT
IN ELEVATOR
Woman Unconscious Two Hours Says She Was Given
Papers to Sign While Still in Daze Asks
$25;000 Damages.
One of those stories that the trust
press does not print broke today. It
concerned Mandel Brothers and what
happened to a shopper in that store.
Mrs. Yetta Engler drifted into
Handel's State street store one day
last summer while doing her shop
ping. She took an elevator .and
when the third floor was called by
the operator she gotout.
' The elevator door was slammed
shut before she was altogether,pu.t.
f& says, and her sleeve and 'hand.
caught when the gates came togeth
er. The quick jerk threw her "back
and down to the floor, knocking her
unconscious.
For two hours, according to Att'y
Leon Berezniak, she lay unconscious
in the hospital of the store on tne
fifth floor. The fright at being jerk
ed back toward the deep elevator
shaft was too much for her she was
in a delicate condition at the time.
One of the first things she remem
bers when k consciousness- came -to
-hershe sayawas a-womaa. passing
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