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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 21, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 12',
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pathy. for the, woman who gave up
her family friends, even standing
among her own kind, to wed the man
whose affection amounted to more
than all else, andwhose lose com
pensated for all she had given up.
"I am waging this fight against
these Chinatown guides as much for
my sister as for myself," continued
"My mother loved my sister as
much as she did me. When she died
she left my sister as much property
as she did me; does that look as
though she loved my sister less?
And when Louis, the guide, directs
tourists to her home, commercializ
ing my name and that of my hus
band, Howard Gould, it hurts her as
much as it does me.
"I want to go back to New York
with this slur taken from my name
and from my husband's -name. The
pictures of my sister taken in front
of her home in Chinatown are sent
broadcast. I refused to stand the in
justice any longer.
"Although I am separated from Mr.
Gould, we are not divorced, and I do
not care to be advertised as such.
Therefore I refuse to have my hus
band's people slandered."
Lewis is alleged to have referred
to Mrs. Gould in a slanderous way
while conducting touring parties. It
is alleged that after telling people
that Mrs. Gould's sister was married
to a Chinese, Lewis stated that Gould
had left his wife, and Lewis is charg
ed with concluding his remarks by
asking, "Can you blame him?"
Mrs. Wong Sun Yue and her hus
band leave for China October 24 to
take up their residence with her hus
MORE LABOR LAW FINES
Suits against violators of labor
laws, filed by Oscar P. Nelson, chief
factory inspector, and prosecuted by
John P. Reed, attorney for the de
partment, in Judge Rooney's court
yesterday, are as follows: -
H. Fodar, mgr. of the German-;
Hungarian restaurant, 1121 N. Ash
land av., violation of the women's
ten-hour law, fined $11.
L. S. Gordon, 3942 W. North av.,
for refusing to give information to
Deputy Factory Inspector Walsh
when he called at Mb place of busi
ness to make an inspection, and on
the testimony of Barney Cohen, as
sistant chief factory inspector that
he refused to give any information to
him when called to the office, fined
-S. Shapiro, 2221 W. 12th sL, glas3
jobber, violation of child labor law,
for employing child under the age of
16 years more than eight hours any
one day and not demanding a school
certificate of the child before giving
employment, fined $15.
FELLERS flINT GOT
NO MORE CAUTION
WHEN DFY V'GOT fl
LITTLE MONEY DEN
TER GO AN' SHOW IT
TO THEIR FAMILY!
The milk of a single Roquefort
sheep will in one year provide from
thirty to forty pounds of cheese. In
one district of France there are about
8,000 sheep devoted to the cheese industry,