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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 25, 1911, Image 5

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, -Bient( to meet-Aid. Geiger of the
sH st ward. Geiger failed to keep
the. appointment. Amrem says
-that he and Bauler then' drank
jseyeral glasses of "beer and each
Btea sandwich.
vBauler told Amr-einhe had been
accidental! shdt while on a hunt
ing trip, and that one of the shots
wastilP in his lip,,and gave him
Vpnsiderable pain. . Amrein
says Bauler started " for home
hbrtly before L o'clock, and
ernedin god spirits. The, dead
klHerman'arriyed home at'l a. m.,
'ftd went directly to, bed.'
..Mtthew Bauler, the father,
kaldV. "Something tells, me the
eh'pf my son was not"due to
ita'tural causes, Ibelieve he died
of poison,, and. that.it was given
him by "some one 'whose enmity
llVhad incurred, .1 have'no proof
jgf this." tl is merely a'present
merit'. x-
, VMy son died with foam on his
(lips. His face, became purple a
tew minutes before death. -There
seemed to be convulsions of some
"sort."
,j The lasfstatement is consider
ed most-significant in support of
the poison theory.
oj- Alderman Bauler was 'elected
p the council in 1909, and from
he first he waged bitter war on
J?red Busse. Bauler has always
had a hard political fight in his
ward. ,
Herhas beeri-a leader in the
fjght for 70-cent gas, and was or
ganizer of the 70-cent Gas. Lea
gue., He wasa member of-the
puncil committee on .gas, oil
and. electric light, jaadchairman
of the stib-committeethatinves-tigated
the status of the People's
Gas Light & Coke Co.
-Aid. -Bauler was a strong sup
porter of Mayor Harrison and
the present city administration.
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REPORT SETTLEMENT
Announcement was made by
the Rock Island railroad here this
afternoon trjat the differences
between the railroad ' and T the
shopmen, which have threaten
ed a strike for' several weeks,had
been amicably adjusted.
It was said that the union lead
ers had agreed to the original
scheduse if wages outlined by
the railroad on October 10
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TOEEUPT RE-ELECTION OF
PRESENT OFFICERS .
1 Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 25. The re
election of President Gompers.
VicerPresfdent Mitchell and Sec
retary Morrison, "by the A.. F.of
L., in annual convention, . was
predicted today -when-the- final
session opened. There was' so
much work in prospect that the
leaders doubted if 'adjournment
could be taken before midnight.
The fight for the next year's
convention centered between
Rochester, N. Y., and Richmond,
Va. -
Congressman W. -B. Wilson,
of Blossburg, Pa., a delegate, an
nounced,today that he would not
be a candidate -for' the Demo
cratic nomination for governor
of Pennsylvania.' He said there
"-? tod much labor '.work for
him -incongress.v .i.u,?
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