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AUSTRIA BREAKS OFF WITH BRAZIL
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily. Except Sunday
VOL.6, NO. 167 Chicago, Friday, April 13, 1917 3!
AMERICAN AUTO TRUCK
CLAIMS NEW VICTIM
Newsboy Run Down at 79th and Halsted Sts. Seriously
Hurt Law to Prevent Such Accidents Tied Up
by Fair Armour's and Consumers Co.
Although Dominick Fabia of 227.
SW. 24th street lies in the Auburn
'Park hospital with a fractured 'jaw
and possibly a broken skull, the
driver of the Chicago American auto
truck which struck him last night
was allowed to go free by the police
of the Auburn Park station.
At the hospital today the boy's in
juries were described as very serious
and there is a chance that he may
die. The police report on the acci
dent, however, .simply "states that the
victim was slightly bruised about the
Dominick was crossing 79th street
at Halsted, where he has two paper
stands. In the middle of the street
he hesitated as an American truck