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But the Boston Store doesn't fire
girls in the busy season. It lets them
work over hours in defiance of laws
and waits until the rush is over.
Three days after Christmas the girl
was let out of the Boston Store.
Mangold didn't bother giving her
a reason. A reason wasn't necessary,
anyway. He knew that she knew'
why she was being fired. And she
knew that he knew.
However, shortly after that she
went back to see if she could be
taken on in another department.,
Mangold looked at her" "for a few
moments, then he said:
"You are an excellent saleslady,,
but we have absolutely no work for
And the girl's story isn't an isolated'
one. so fW as the wolf is concerned.
There, are other girls who corrobor
ated it, and one' of them, in confirm
ing the tale, added:
"But what difference does it make?
You got to earn your living. And
you got to put up with the same thing
anywhere you go. The floorwalker
can 'can' you if .you don't."
: Some truth in those stories about
floorwalkers insultirig and trying to
seduce salesgirls) after alL
John Jensen, arrested. Alleged to
have taken dead man's clothes. Mrs.
Judge Dennis E. Sullivan ordered
a grand jury investigation into the
forfeiture of Abe Ratner's bond.
B. E. Hynes robbed by 2 men.
Lost $35. , 1
Paris. North Atlantic shipping
conference reorganized combination,
omitting "Hamburg-American Steam
ship Co, Rate" war expected.
St Cloud, Minn. Mrs. Nellie M.
' Staples, 19, arrested charged with
first degree murder f ollowing finding
of body of baby in river.
St Patil, Minn. Officials of Great
Northern and-Northern Pacific- Rail
road emphatically denied reports of
wreck at either Pembina, N. D., or
Emerson, Minn. .--
Newarkr N. J. Herbert W. Hoover,
25, swallowed four bichloride of mer
cury tablets. . May-die.
HOW'D YOU LIKE TO OWN'THIS
PINCH OF RADIUM $150,000?
The radium, in 'this, tube, made in
Pennsylvania by the Radium Com-
pany of . America,is vyoith:.$1B0,000.
The little .tube, held b'etvveen the
thumb and forefinger contains- seven,
milligrams pf. radium.-
NOT FAIR 3
"Your, liairfs falling oat, sir. Do
you want some hair tonic?" asked:
the barber,. . -,
"I never make, personal comments,
on your appearance, old. scout," -replied
the customer; "and I don't see
what license you've got to criticize