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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 17, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 8

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14th U. S. cavalry, stationed at Bel
Rio. Tex.
Women's training camp at Lake
Geneva will open Aug. 15.
Gideons placed 1,800 bibles in new
Y. M. C. A. hotel.
Dynamite wrecked steam roller at
Garfield blvd. and La Salle. Three
people hurt.
Errril Felting, 3943 S. Rockwell, lost
50. Pickpockets.
Mrs. Anna Rompel, 4435 N. Racine
av., hurt by auto of Nette Mians, S48
Grace st
2,000 attended Ancient Order of
Hibernians' picnic, at Gardner's
park.
700 called to court in Cicero by
Sanitary District for nonpayment of
light bills.
Twenty-six autos stolen Sunday.
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HE CAUGHT A MONSTER MAN
.. EATING SHARK
CAPT.CLA-RENCE TARKER
Capt Parker of the Beach Haven,
N. J.,-Yacht club recently captured
a monster man-eating shark weigh
ing 400 pounds, and 10 feet in length.
It was at Beach Haven that several
bathers were bitten by snarks that
are terrorizing folk all along the At
lantic coast
LAMBERT LOSES GARDNER JOB
WITH KUPPENHE"lMER
Lake Forest, July 17. Will Orpet,
acquitted on Saturday of the charge
of murdering Marion Lambert, 17-year-old
school girl, will leave Lake
Forest today for seclusion in Mich
igan. On the heels of the acquittal of Or
pet came the report that Frank Lam
bert, broken-hearted father of Ma
rion, is to be deprived of his Job as
gardener on the Kuppenheimer es
tate. Sine the death of his "little
girl," Lambert has found his only so
lace in his flowers. Yesterday a new
gardener appeared- at the Kuppen
heimer estate and announced that he
had taken Lambert's place and would
move itno the Lambert house as soon
as the broken-hearted old father
moves out
Lambert and his wife, who is equal
ly broken in health, may be saved
from spending their old age In desti
tution by the aid of distant rela
tives. . y
KILLED- AT M'CORMICK PLANT
Lee Hodson worked in the McCqr
mick plant of the International Har
vester Co. He got small pay. His
job was working In the twine.
He was caught in a machine and
before his companions could shut off
the power he was so mangled that he
died at St Luke's hospital.
His remains were taken to 6610 S.
Sangamon and the family is figuring
how it is going, to make up the liabil
ity caused by the loss of his income.
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New York. Two men whom the
police say confessed to robbery of
cottage at Reldville, Mass., picked
out Detective Reilly, of all New
York's seven millions, as the one to
whom they tried to sell the toot

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