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SO THEY'RE ALL SUING
FOR $10,000 Foot Crushed at Carson's Henrietta Friedman entered suit for $10,000 in circuit court yesterday for personal injuries she says she sustained while alighting from an el evator on second floor of Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co's department store on Dec. 4. Her foot was crushed between ele vator and floor when elevator started upward as she was getting' off, she says. She believes car was allowed to become defective and dangerous, so it could not be controlled by the operator, or else operator was negli gent Ward Fenderless Truck Did It The Ward Baking Co. was named as defendant in a suit filed in cir cuit court yesterday by the law firm of Lynn & Hallm, in which $10,000 damages is, asked for the killing at Loomis and Blue Island av., Feb. 21, of Frank Fister, 4, 1340 W. 18th St., by a Ward Co. fenderless auto truck. One of Those Yellow Cabs Estate Of Johm Speysal, through Lynn & Hallam, has entered suit in circuit court for $10,000 against the Yellow ,Cab Co., one of whose taxis, it is charged, ran down and killed Speyskal 'near his home, 4527 Ho man av. Hurt at Congress Hotel Suit for $10,000 against the Con gress Hotel Co. was entered in circuit court yesterday for Mrs. E. M. Hay manrt for injuries received, according to her attorney, M. W. Borders, when she slipped or was pushed down a flight of stairs While attending a wed ding dinner at the Michigan blvd. ho tel during the Christmas holidays. chicaccTbriefs Ten men caught in gambling raid on Frank Burns' saloon, 350 Madi son. Chief Justice Fitch, criminal court, ill. CLUBWOMAN RUNS CICAR SHOP IN NEW ORLEANS Mrs. Wallis, popular club woman of New Orleans, is said to be the only womafi in the south to manage a to bacco shop. She took up the duties of her husband when he died a few years ago. She is president of the New Orleans chapter, United Daugh ters of the Confederacy, head of the New Orleans Federation of Women's clubs and is active in D. A. R. circles. o o .LACK OF GAS INSPECTION IN x "DEATH FLATS" BLAST Fourteen persons in "Death Flats" explosion of gas Feb. 2 came to death because of lax inspection sys tem of Peoples Gas Co., according to coroner's jury. Changes in city laws asked bo as to get better gas in spection. Santiago. U. S. marines landed here, taking no sides and gives no evidence Of rfteking intervention in row between government and rebels. o o Now Nebraska leads the world in th potash industry.