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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Congressman William McKin
ley opened Talt congressional
headquarters in theHJongress to
Congressman James T. Lloyd
of Missouri opened Democratic
headquarters in the same-hotel.
Joseph E. Davies, national
Democratic secretary, opened of
fices in the Karpen building, 900
South Michigan avenue.
Gov Hiram Johnson, Roose
velt's running mate, will begin a
speaking1 tour of Illinois, Sept. 9.
Thomas Burke, caisson work
er, died this morning shortly after
beinf rescued from the bottom of
IB a RT fnr- ixrptl in pvravatinn nf thp
new building at W. Adams st.
nd 5 th ave.
Lieut. John T. Monahan, hook
and ladder company No. 1, don
ned on ogygen helmet and was
lowered to the bottom of the-well.
A taut mintilaD lifnt" AflVi tiit-i
was lifted half unconscious out of
the tucket with the broken hel-
met torn from his head.
Burke was hauled up by a rope
which Monahan had attached to
A pulmotor was applied to the
caisson worker, but without sue
cess. Three men drowned in the Des
Elaines river, near Santa Fe park,
two miles west of Willow Springs
when one of them rocked the
boat. Believed to have been Chu
Frank Motis, 26, telegraph
operator, 2834, W. 25th st, shot
and fatally wounded Vlasta Muf
sek, 21, 3547 S. St. Louis ave., iti
is alleged, in a fit of jealousy. o
Shooting occurred on Van
Buren st, just east of State st
when she confessed to going out
with another fellow last night. -
Auto believed by the police to
have! been used by four highway-
men, -who held up and robbed two'
men of $150 near Lincoln park;'
was found abandoned at W. 22c
and S. Dearborn sts.
Andrew C. Korkors, 1437 W
45th st, steamfitter, shot in right) '
side by Jarries Ouchak, saloon
keeper at 4306 S. Ashland av.-fm'
quarrel over payment for drinks?"
Burglars entered home of Rtf
dolph Belcher, 514 E. 15th st, an&
got away with $2,000 worth o
wedding presents. Belcher was
married a month ago. 1
Charles Bill, 529 W. 25th placed
fell asleep by the side of C. & W.
L Ry. tracks at W. 22d st. Trail
cut off two fingers. p
Frank Secons, 708 S. Dearborn'
stfin attempting to save himself
from a fall, thrust his handr
through a window, severing hi
little finger. Serious condition at,
hospital from loss of blood. "-
Mrs. Annie Anderson, 904 WP
Erie st, is dead. Blood poisoningil
" George, Sprinzl and brother,
Mathew, 2154 W. 19th st, were
seriously injured when their mo
torcycle collided with auto owned
and driven by John WilburnV
2239 N. Spaulding, at Diverse
blvcL and N. Spaulding av.
u&j fer ',h' .