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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 28, 1912, Image 7

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r Mrs. C. M. Jones, 81, resident
of Hull House, died there. Buried
H. A. Muessler, employed at
56-62 W. Illinois st, attacked by
unknown man. Assailant used
blackjack. Mueseler used fist.
Man escaped.
Bldg. Commissioner H. Eric
son says he" will not let owner re
build the Home Theater on Mil
waukee av., which fell some time
Otto Schucher, 22, 1310 Wells
st., beat his mother. Arrested.
Mother thought him kidnapped
and reported to police. Detec
tives spent whole day looking for
him. Then found him in their own
James Pisko, 624 Miller st., at
tacked and severely bruised by
Daniel "Napolean, 624 S. Marsh
field av.
A. D. Norton, "Shorty," 158
W. Huron st., employed at "Oy
ster Bay" of J. J. O'Conner, 367
jW. Madison st, found pearl in
clam J-inch in diameter and Jlj
inch thick. Valued between $400
and $500..
Henry Bullard, 3716 Wabash
av., hit wife with beer bottle. She
smashed him with boxing glove
straight from the shoulder. Both
fined $3,and costs.
Mayor Carter Harrison recov
ering from his attack of grip.
Masonic" Fraternity Temple
Ass'n, owners of Masonic Tem
ple, to apply for new charter to
protect its ownership of bldg.
against attacks by state.
Police think that H. H. Miller,
night mnkr. of Home Restaurant,
1133 W. Chicago av., prepared
"Black Hand" letter to deceive
them, then robbed the place of
money, cigars and silver- Will be
questioned. (
M. Adams, consul here for
Siam, and F. A. Bostwick, started
today on 6 months' tour of South
King Wilson, negro, 2220 S.
State st., arrested, charged with
attempted robbery, .disorderly
conduct and impersonating an of
ficer. Fined $100 and costs.
Ed Broult, 2449 W. 39th st.,
killed when banister broke,
throwing him to ground.
Lincoln Park has been opened
for skaters. Ice reported safe.
J. O. Gorman, 1013 11th st,
teamster, killed. Horse ran away.
James O'Leary, gambler and
politician, arrested, charged with
operating handbook on election,
discharged for want of evidence.
John Nroda, Hammond, Ind.,
killed self in saloon, 569 W. 12th
st. Gun.
C. J. McGuire, 25 S. Homan
av., severely hurt when thrown
from buggy.
Fred Schneider, street cleaner,
found $5,000 worth of diamonds
in dirt in street. Returned 'em to
Mrs. S. Lederer, 1010 Milwaukee
av., the owner. $200 reward.
Jake Guiedel, 43, ironworker,
2622 Orchard st, severely bruised
when beam fell on him.
J. W. Johnson, 160 W. North (
av., arrested as he was leaving
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