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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 18, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 9

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PATRIOTIC OPERA STAR FORSAKES STAGE TO
SING FOR WOUNDED COUNTRYMEN
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She used to sing in the Royal Hungarian opera and for a Caruso-Iika
Salary. She is singing now without fee for wounded countrymen in Hun
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MAN HIT BY AMERICAN WAGON
DIES FROM INJURIES
A circulation wagon of Hearst's
Chicago American added another
name to the long death list which is
fed by traffiffic accidents. William
Spencer, 67, 353 Whiting St., died
Thursday from injuries he received
when struck by a paper vehicle
months ago.
The accident occurred on Aug. 16,
when Spencer was attempting to
cross Chicago av near Dearborn st
The speeding wagon bore down on
him, but, as the driver expected him
to jump out of the way, didn't slacken
its speed
Spencer was too old and slow to
hop out of the path of the wagon.
He was struck in the back of the head
by the wagon tongue.
The injury crippled the aged man
and, after months spent in bed, Ire
died.
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We once met a man who didn't be
lieve in war because it changed so
many old boundary lines. Later we
learned he was a map maker with an
enormous stock of maps on Tl" 1
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