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found, the reports held by Ass't State
Factory Inspector Barney Cohen
show the following Tecords:
Selma Kurt lives at the hospital.
She told the inspector that on Jan. 11
she worked 16 hours. Her monthly
salary is $4. .
Miss H. H. Jones is another train
ing nurse who gets her bdard and ?4
a month for her services at the in
stitution. In January she worked 16
hours one day, the report shows.
Mildred Chandler also gets her
board and $4 a month, according to
the story she told the inspector, and
on the 20th of this month she per
formed her duties for 12 hours.
Vera Kettring and Gladys Grant
are more fortunate. They both get
$6 a month while In training at the
hospital. Vera, according to the re
port, worked 14 hours one day this
month and Gladys 12.
Bessie Michal, Helen Morrison and
Hazel Johnson are special nurses em
ployed at the hospital. They, the in
spector's report shows, worked 12
and 13 hours some days of this
Sup't Gilmore was willing to do
what he could for the girls. He told
Barney Cohen, ass't inspector for the
state, that although the girls were
working on emergency cases, and
while he believed the ten-hour-law to
refer only to commercial institutions,
he was willing to comply with the
wishes of Nelson.
He said that he had discharged the
woman who had charge of the girls
after the condition was brought to
"We are trying to enforce the ten
hour law vigorously," declared In
spector Nelson. "While in some
cases we may not have a legal right
to force some people to comply with
the law we certainly have a moral
right to carry on a fight against them
and expose conditions."
CRASH BOAT SINKS ONE DEAD
Norfolk, Va.. Jan. 26. 1 man was
lost, 39 rescued, when unknown J
schooner collided with and sank
American Hawaiian steamer Wash
ingtonian off Fenwick Island, 50 miles
from Cape Henry.
GIRL WHO SHOT M'DERMOTT
NOT SORRY FOR ACT
The case of Anna Zippmann Mc
Dermott, who shot Aid. McDermott
in the city hall last night, was con
tinued until Feb. 5, when the girl ap
peared before Judge Prlndiville this
A charge of assault to kill with a
deadly weapon was placed against
the young woman last night and she
was released early today on bonds
of $3,000, when it became known
that the wound in the left leg was
The regular business of the city
council was interrupted last night by
a revolver shot. Spectators flooded
from the gallery out on the third floor
and in front of First Deputy Schuet
tler's office saw McDermott on
the floorwith Miss Zippmann stand
ing ovehlm, gun in hand.
She handed the pistol to Serg't
Cole and was taken into the nearby
office with McDermott.
"I shot him," she said, while the
police awaited the ambulance, "and
it's too bad I didn't shoot higher.
"I have avenged myself," she de
clared. "My baby will be recognized
as the rightful child of McDermott.
This will be a lesson to all of those
who suffer from scoundrels. He
thought he could use me as a play
thing. He knows different now."
"He deserves all he got and more,"
declared the girl's sister, Marie Zipp
man. "He has ruined by sister's life.
"He married her Oct 14, 1912, in
Michigan. Just before Thanksgiving
that year they left together and went
to Michigan. They were married by
a Catholic priest there. The mar
riage license is on record. They got
back shortly afterward and he has
refused to do anything for her sinc6
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