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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 14, 1912, Image 6',
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Found he was writing' to a 'girl in
Pittsburg:. Despondent. At-1
tempted suicide. Carbolic acid.
k Anthony's hospital. Recov
ered. v ,
Six negroes attempted to rob
Manuel Alas, 844 S. State st in
front of his home. He yelled.
Policeman Nolan captured two of
Mrs. Ricky Smith, 70, 2317'
Cortez st., killed by auto of Wm.
Schultz, contractor, 1018 Oakley
ave., driven by his son Charles,'
IS. Charles backed up to make5
Peter Liguaiote, 9, struck by1
taxicab driven by Samuel Winsr
berg, 1318 S. Homan ave., at S.
Morgan and Polk sts. Seriously
injured. Congressman Humphrey drools
thusly: "If it is true that my
country is controlled by crooks,
then may I never know thet
truth." Poor little angel child!
Some one take him into the nur
sery before his feathers get all.
John Lytz, 723 N. Center ave.,
struck by auto in front of 963 Mil
waukee ave. Seriously injured.
Car swerved and struck a tele
phone pole. "Joyriders" escaped.1
H. R. Matz, 3832 Polk st, owner
of the car, says he told chauffeur
"to take it to the garage.
Because Col. Roosevelt strain-
ed his voice while speaking here'
i he has abandoned his speechmak-
itn tour of Indiana and Wiscon
John M. Harlan and J. Adam
Bede, Republican? who have trail
ed Col. Ropsevelt across the count ,
try, will speak tonight at the Coli
seum in attempt to offset recep
tion given Roosevelt on Saturday
Police searching for five small
boys on complaint of J. Hoffman,
917 S. State St., who says they
broke showcase in his store and
stole gloves, sweaters and shirts.
Unidentified man stabbed and
fatally wounded Benjamin Knaz
cevich, 2472 Blue Island ave., in
quarrel over drinks in front of sa
loon, 2318 Blue Island ave.
Frank Nelli, 946 Wells St., got
drunk trying to forget death of
his brother. Drove patrons out
of hjs restaurant with butcher
knife. Took 6 policemen to over
power and arrest him.
Otto Schultz, 4220 W. Lakest,,
died under mysterious circum
stances at St. Ann's hospital. Cor
oner and policeinvestigating.
Six couples arrested as they
were about to enter loop hotels.
"U. S. forces kill 50 men, los
ing but 4," chirps Hearst. Fine
batting average, fine! At that
rate it will cost us only about 4,
000 men to kill all Nicaragua.
Waller Valenti, 1642 Elston
ave.. separated his son and Frank
Kaminski, -yvho were fighting.
Kaminski shot him. Kaminski
Henry B. Chickester, 1536 Tack-
son blvd., beaten unconscious and
robbed of $10 and gold watch un
der Met. "L" structure near
Maxshfield ave. station. County
Robert H. Ruegg,. bookkeeper,
went into bathroom of hotel at
400 Wells st. Thieves entered his,