I TILL FIRST LADY OF JHE LANi
HEARST CONCERNS ARE
Suit for $10,000 was filed in super-'
lor court Saturday against Hearst's
Evening American and Hearst's Illi
nois Publishing and(Printing Co. for
injury a speeding American circula
tion wagon did to a boy six years ago.
The bill filed through Att'ys Arthur
A. House and Chas. C. Spencer say3
that on Ndv. 28, 1911, John Green,
a child, was "run down by a reckless
ly driven Evening American circula
tion wagon while he was walking on
W. Erie st. Permanent injuries are
Jas. S. Deming, guardiian of young
Green, still a minor, started the suit.
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