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ais--smoothly as-a press- agent's
flow-pf adjectives. The Pirate
Pippin has started training at his
home, South Framingham, Mass.
Marty's 'favorite exercise is
shoveling snow. As the white ana
fleecy forms the foreground, back
ground and all the detail-of South
Framingham scenery these davs,
the pride 'of the O'Tooles has no
trouble keeping busy. Old resi
dents say -he can clean more
square feet of sidewalk than any
young buck in town.
Accompanied by his sheep-dog,
photographed by the enterprising
press agent, O'Toqleindulges in
long walks along the roads about
South Framingham. When ready
' to leave for the valley of vapors
he will have qualified-to hire out
as guide to persons afflicted with
the "back to thesoil" microbe.
"He's as "hard as nails'" savs
a correspondent (regular early
season stuff) and wont have to
-reduce his weight by the boiling
.out process at Hot Springs.
His right arm needs little work
to put it in -condition. It he has
a successful year O'Toole will
pay-big interest on' the money in
vested :in him-by Barney Dreyfus."
Sone sunlight from the courts!
U. S.' supreme, declares against
the "fellow servant" and "contri
butory negligence" doctrines.
.Washington state supreme de
cides thafr'a demijohn is an orig
inal package, sothat citizens de
siring to take a gallon of whis
key to their fireside circles wont
Jhavcto carrjr home. a. barrel.
FACTORY INSPECTOR'S : -OFFICE
Unless immediate appropria
tion js made, the office of the state
factory-inspector will suspend,as
all the money allowed it by the
last legislature has been ex
pended. This is a statement of State
Factpry Inspector Edgar T. Da
vies, following disclosures made
at the meeting of the Chicago
federation of Labor yesterday..
The condition was revealed by
delegates of the Iron Moulders'
union, who said they had com
plained to Mr. Davies about cer
tain practices in iron foundries,
and were told that the inspec
tor's office was practically help
less because of lack of funds. The
executive board of the Chicago
Federation will make an investi
gation, with a view to placing the
Diame tor the slim appropriation
Already the arrears of' the of
fice have amounted to $9,000,
with no state money in sight un
til July. Unless relief is secured
the office will be closed Feb. 1, it
Mr. Davis will confer with Gov.
Deneen today or tomorrow in an.
effort to settle the difficulty.
Davies savs the enforcempnf rf
new laws, coupled with the-small
amount appropriated, causes the
present financial condition. The
department asked for $1 17,000 for
Operating expenses, and -received
$25,500. Many new laws, in
cluding the women's ton-h,-.
law, the occupational dispas 1,
and one p.er,taiiiing- to industrial