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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHIC AGO-
Richard Beamish, 728 S. Lincoln St., shot in head trying to escape from 2 bandits. Prank Bender, caught, identified as one of men. Fire horses doomed. Auto engines coming in, announced Chief O'Con nor. Arguments begin in Higgs case. Jos. Graff, 7229 Stewart av., badly beaten by 2 auto bandits. Louis Silberman, 912 S, Ashland av., and family away, Burglars took all family's jewels. Oct. 13 set for suit of Mrs. Caroline Jing, Minneapolis, against Carleton P. Hudson, 82 E. Elm st, for account ing of property worth $100,000. Dr. John Haywood found dead in room at 435 S. Clark st. Victim of drug habit Formerly sup't of Nat'l Medical College. Mrs. Ida Smith got habeas corpus "writ so she may regain custody of 4-year-old son, Patrick Hastings. Charges child is being held by Mr. and Mrs. Lee Haskett, 3832 W. Wash ington blvd. Chief Cleason ordered arrest of anyone burning leaves on asphalt or block pavements. Police Serg't Jeremiah Murphy struck by auto driven by Walter Jones, 527 N. Larrabee st. Skull and leg fractured. Mayor Harrison coming home from Canada today. Northwest Side Commercial Ass'n to give auto parade today. Wading pond at Fiske school to be removed. Too near school door. Hawkeye Fellowship Club advo cates state institution for care and education of dependent boys. Warrants issued for arrest of Po liceman Fred J. Stricken for wife beating. Coroner's verdict decided that death qf three Polish people was caused by toadstools mistaken for mushrooms. Mrs. Josephine Busse, wife of former mayor, authorized to sell es tate left by her husband to satisfy claims for taxes and interest on mort gage. $500 city bonds were sold yester day. Wm. F. Little brought back from St Louis to answer embezzlement charge brought by R. P. Inglis, pres. Shipper's Vacuum Can Co. Says he took $900 while sec'y of concern. Four held in connection with gunny sack murder. Home of Mrs. Jesse F. Matteson, 5049 Sheridan Road, ransacked. Bur glar escaped. 1,000 freshmen expected to register at Chicago "U" today. L. M. Ott, milliner, 120 W. Division st, swindled out of 122 plumes worth $96. Young man took 'em home to show invalid sister. Ditched clerk who went with him. Stockholders of Midway Gardens, Cottage Grove av. and 60th st, meet this afternoon at Hotel LaSalle to discuss financial and other problems. Walter Pinkowski, Evanston, will report to judge each Monday. Ar rested for beating father. Edward Z. Orr, mg'r 5 and 10-cent store, 3579 Fullerton av., fined $100. Insulted Miss Anna Schmuldt, 2339 N. Ridgeway av. F. G. Franklin and family returned home, 7029 Greenview av., from va cation. House topsy-turvy. Valua bles worth $600 taken. Ass't State's Att'y Malato will ask prison for Mrs. Nellie Higgs, who killed L C. conductor. Postoffice inspectors in Chicago and other cities have to report their party affiliations to make inspection service more impartial $250,000,000 in bonds and securi ties to be moved into new Continental Commercial Nat'l Bank Bldg. Ralph M. Shaw, lawyer and club man, 45, married to Mrs. Louise Shepard, widow, yesterday.