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BOSS BETRAYED ONE OF HIS SHOP GIRLS AND NOW
PACES BREACH OF PROMISE SUIT "
son who4 knows no father, who
has no name, whom the law
, 'This is the story, a story as old
as man's treachery, as old as the
fall .from Edqn.
'Whep Mary' was-18 years old
she worked in the Hoosier Shirt
factory, Fort Wayne, Ind, J. C.
Peters is president of that fac
tory, and one of the leading citi
zens of Fort Wayne. Wm. F.
Peters, his son. is treasurer and
"Mary pity women !" cried a
tortured woman as'she lay at the
foot of the cross" that stood cm
Calvary long and long ago.
And in the news stoVfes of Chi
le v ago day hy day can, bevread the
need for that cry.
j Mary Banet, 1923 Irving Park
boulevard, isr 25 years old. She
works for a pitiful $8-a week in
the Independent Button and Ma
chine factory, 1940 W. Ravens
' jvood Park.
She has a son 3 year's dld,'u
"manager of the company.