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TYPE STORY SAYS DAUGHTER'S
PLIGHT CAUSED HIS DEATH
v Havana, III., Jan. 6. Investigating
suicide Sunday of Charles W. Hale of
Kilbourne, editor of the Sangamon
Sawyer, Coroner Neiderer discovered
in Hale's little printship type forms
which Hale had prepared telling of
the tragiv circumstances which led
him to take his life and revealed a
most remarkable case of ingratitude
on the part of Hale's nephew.
The nephew, Louis Hale, whom teh
editor recently had paroled from the
Pontiac repormatory, is now in jail
here charged with wronging Hale's
daughter. Discovery of his daugh
ter's condition affected Hale's heart
and caused him to end his life.
TROUBLE GETTING SPEAKERS
Springfield, III., Jan. 6. Homer J.
Tice of Greenview stood as high man
in the Republican caucus here this
morning to choose a party candidate
for speaker of the Illinois lower
house, but the continued refusal of
seventeen "wet" representatives to
join the caucus blocked all efforts to
center on one man and the election
was thrown onto the floor of the
house when the assembly met at'
Neal groggy from the beating given
by the girls.
SLOWLY CRUSHED TO DEATH
Residents in a fashionable apart
ment building at 1130 Lake Shore
drive were terrorized this morning by
the screams of Walter Marubio,.17,
who was crushed to death in a
freight elevator while delivery gro
ceries to one of the families living
Marubio lived at 305 E. Beethoven
pi. He was caught between the ele
vator and the second floor and slow
ly crushed to death.
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WOW! THEY CALLED IT A SLAP
Indianapolis, Jan. 6. Misses Anna
Lee and Bertha Martins told police
that James McNeal, 49, of Marion,
had followed them and that they had
slapped him. The police found Mc- J
"How is it that th' old time women
could T make such fine- jelly, before
science showed them all about bac
teria and pectin? And what did they
do when they had no Baum hy-.
CHICAGO GRAIN. Wheat, com
and oats lower. Provisions higher.
NEW YORK STOCKS. Market
dull and heavy because of subway
wreck. Prices firm.
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The following "health and happi
ness" rules have been prescribed by
a world-famous physician:
Work for the pleasure of working.
Seek for, the pleasure of seeking. Be
social for the joy that society gives
you.. Do right for the love of right.
Revel in the charms of beauty and
luxury which surround you. Live for
the higher life, because that is your
real tf e.
Donjfcforget how to play. J
Rain or snow this afternoon and
possibly tonight, followed 'by fair
Thursday; colder; lowest tempera
ture tonight about 25; winds shift
ing to fresh northwest. Tempera
ture Tuesday: Highest, 39; lowest, 38".
Entered as second-class matter April
21, 1914, at the postoffice at Chicago,
III., under the Act of March 3, 1379.
By Mail, Except in Chicago, $3 a Year