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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 15, 1912, Image 8',
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ave., "insulted 'Maria- Canxar, sister
of Zite Cosomano, 24-, 1004 Town
send st. -Angle and Zite quarrel
ed. Zite shot and fatally wound
ed. Passavant hospital. Angle
An 85-year-old New York
bridegroom says he guesses he
isn't too old to marry." He eats
five meals a day.
Mrs. Annie Tamkin, 48, 65
Maxwell st, struck by Halsted st
car. Seriously injured. County
hospital. May die.
Edward Kotza, 15; 1941 W.
18th st., sent to St. Charles Home
for Boys. He told how he shot
and wounded Roman Newman,
21, 2237 W, 18th St., during quar
rel. "Fake" fire inspector gained en
trance to rooms in Association
House, 2138 W. North ave. Got
away with $40 and jewelry valued
William DeHerder, -collector,
1636 S. Central Park ave., dead.
Suicide. Clothesline. Ill health.
Frank Bonnico, 521 W. Taylor
St., found stabbed in neck. Fatal
ly wounded. County hospital.
Refused to tell how it happened
or who did it.
Fire in wholesale junk shop of
Jacob Chapman, 1711-15 W. 15th
pi. Spontaneous combustion.
v Fire starting from crossed
wires in 7-story bldg. occupied by
E. L. Mansuro Co., 183-85 N.
Michigan ave., caused $40,000
Hose cart No. 46 struck wagon
while responding to fire alarm.
Samuel Smith, 9747 Commercial
ave., driver of hose cart, thrown
from seat Seriously injured.
Miss Trehawke Davis, passenger-,
fell 300 feet from an aero
plane in England, and when the
aviator crawled from the wreck
he found her kodaking the scene.
William Cochrane, 84, inmate
of St. Ann's Home at Techny,
HI., fell through screen window
he took for dopr. Dead.
Robbers entered room of Mrs.
Helen Hughes Laramie, of Min
neapolis at Hotel LaSalle and
took $5,000 worth of jewelry.
Michael Brobks, 1358 W. 14th
st., and John Hagen, 2508 N.
Hamlin ave., arrested. Alleged
Register today. It's your last
chance. Polls open until 9 p.m.
Cettinje, Oct 15. Montenej
grin army began advance from
Tuzi on Scutari today. Little op
position by Turks.
Belgrade. Servian troops in
vaded Turkish territory today.
Turkish army hurrying to meet'
Constantinople. Turkey re
jected Greece s ultimatum de-?
manding release of ships today;
Greek minister preparing to leave
Rome. Hitch has arisen iijt
Turco-Italian peace negotiations
Margaret Isn't that strange?
Katherine What? 3
Margaret That" many a wom
an who has bleached her hai
wants to keep it dark.