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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 11, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 12

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bookies Trill in all likelihood he there
asking bets from the fellows they
' can trust And of course the "nod"
boys will be on hand.
Tom Carey, Martin Nathanson,
Frank Froehling, Eugene Beifqld and
others spoke. Everything is in read
iness to receive the star horses en
tered in the derby. George Smith, a
favorite, and Dodge and Franklin ar
rived yesterday. The Latonia spe
cial, with 350 horses for the meeting,
Trill leave Cincinnati tonight.
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FACTORY MANAGER FINED FOR
VIOLATING LABOR LAW
J. E. Tilt, manager of J. E. Tilt
Shoe Co., 512 W. Huron st., was fined
$10 and costs on each of eight
charges of violating child labor law
by Judge D. W. Sullivan. The com
plaint was signed by " Elizabeth
Grady, deputy state factory inspect
or. Eight girls employed " by Tilt
were under age and didnot have
school certificates.
NATURE'S SHOWER BATH FOR
OUR SOLDIER BOYS
Columbus, N. M., July 1f. The
rainy season has provided many sol
diers with shower bathers. The reg
ulars and the Massachusetts mijitia
raen stationed here run out in their
underwear into the camp streets and
get thoroughly soaked. This is fol
lowed by a rubdown.
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CHICAGO BRIEFS
School for detectives opened in the
Hotel Sherman. "Scientific sleuth
ing" to be taught.
Hartman Furniture Co. caused ar
rest of several employes and express
wagon drivers. Allege plot bywhich
thousands of dollars' worth oigoods
were stolen.
P. D. McConhell, 4818 Dorchester
av., sued by wife for ?45,000 stock in
Central Fuel & Oil Co., which she
says she loaned him and he never re
turned. Also sued for $7,000 by J. B.
Chapman for land sale fee.
SNAPSHOTS AGAIN!
JS k a-
i sigh and shudder strangely, and
sometimes I hold my breath, for of
the happy summertime I'm fright
ened half to death. The summer is
the season when the deadly snapshot
fan is taking pictures of his house,
his barn and garbage can. He's tak
ing pictures of his car, his baby and
-his wife, and he'll be showing them
to friends throughout his pesky life
He'll get a mighty album and he'll
take a trip to Maine, and then to
hear him talk awhile you'd think he'd
been to Spain. He'll pack his album
down to work and show it off next
fall until we'll have to tell him that
he'd better rent a hall. Hell lecture
on those snapshots far into the au
tumn nights, he'll show us pictures
of the lakes, the bay, the Northern
Lights, and photos of his cousin's
pal, supposing all the time, that all
this -stuff appeals to us and makes
our lives sublime.
The only way to fight a fan who
goes-on snapshot tours, is just to get
an album full and loudly show him
yours! Charles B. DriscolL
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