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told me I had a good clear case
against the store. So I asked him to
take It, but he would not. 'You can't
beat Marshall Field in court,' he said.
Many other lawyers refused my case.
They said it would be impossible to
get a judgment against the big State
street store, that it was hopeless for
anyone to try, no matter how good
was their case.
"Finally Robert E. Cantwell of Cant
well firSjnith, 8 S. Dearborn, heard
of my case, and this firm has taken up
my fight. They say they will gain
victory for me. I hope they shall.
"I want to win so I can go to the
sanitarium, where the doctor says
should be now if I hope to regain
some of my health again."
MOUNTAIN-DWELLERS ARE HIS
QrJfPm. G.Fvost I
To educate the mountaineers of
the Appalachian region of che south
is the life mission of Dr. William
Goodell Frost, president of Berea col
lege at Berea, Ky.
The late Mrs. Woodrow Wilson was
greatly in sympathy with Dr. Frost's
work in extending industrial educa
tion in the south and she was a loyal
supporter of Berea college.
JNDUSTRIAL EXPERT WILL AT
TEND PEACE CONFERENCE
Industrial interests will be repre
sented on the Emergency Peace Fed
eration by Edward A. Filene of Bos
ton, vice president of the Internation
al Congress of the Chambers of Com
merce. Filene has traveled extensively in
this country and Europe for the pur
pose of studying business and indus
trial problems. Peace advocates from,
all parts of the country, represent
ing all classes of people, will attend
the first conference to be held soon fa
STEGLER PLEADS NOT GUILTY
TO PASSPORT FRAUDS
New York, March 3. Richard Stag
ier, former German reservist, and fiis
confessed accomplices in passpdrt
fraud case pleaded not guilty id fed
eral district court. Held in ?15,0uO
bail for trial on March 10.
Mrs. Richard P. Stegler, agains.t
whom a charge of felonious assault
was brought by Arthur W. Matelkat,
reporter for a German newspaper
with whom she was found in a hotel,
was dismissed. She declared she was
the victim of a frame-up because of
her confessions in, the passport casa,