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MUST STAND TRIAL FOR HAVING;
LICENSELESS AGENCY .
Charles Miller, foreman otsection"
6 of the Chicago & Alton Railway,
goes to trial next Tuesday charged'
with running an employment .office'
without a state license, . !
Eleven laborers .will swear that.Mil-.
ler made each one of "them, come
across wjth $2.5.0 before he would,
give them a job working for the rail
way, according .to Richard Knight,
state superintendent of employment
offices, who has started, the case
against Miller. Some of the work
ingmen will testify that Miller gave
jobs that lasted only a few days and
were not worth the fee'-paid.i
The' case win be heard in the vil
lage hall of Summit Attorneys from
the C. & A. road will defend Miller.
The state will be represented: by the
FERRIS SHOWS HIS STAND
Lansing, "Mich., Jan. 29. Charact
erizing the proposed congressional
investigation into the strike of the
copper miners as an "exhibition of
political vaudeville," Gov. Ferris said
that he did not think the state of
Michigan would be sent to Atlanta
or, Leavenworth as a result of the