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I MUST STAND. TRIAL FQR HAVING
Charles Miller, foreman .of section
.5 bf the Chicago &Jdon Railway,"
goes to atrial next Tuesday charged
with running an .employment office
without, a state license.
Eleven laborers' will sw,ear'that Mil
ler made'each, one ofthein comet
across with $2.50 before he would,
give them a job, w;or6ingior .the rail
way, according to Richard .Knight,
state superintendent of employment,
offices, who has -started the case
against. Miller. Some of the w.ork
. ingmen will testify that Mjller gave
jobs' that lasted omy.a. fewdays.aiid.
were not worth the fee-paid.j
The case will be heard in, the vfl
Jage hall of Summit. Attorneys, from
Ithe C. & A. road will defend Miller.
The state will be represented by the
attorney general's office.
FERRIS SHOWS HIS STAND
Lansing, Mich., Jan. 29. Charaqt
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