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FOY TO. FIGHT- CH AEfo'ES OF
CHILD LABOR "VfOliATION
Eddie Poy and his seven kids are
going to fight the suit brought by the
state factory inspector against Fby
and Harry Singer, manager of the
Palace Theater,- charging them with
violating the child labor law.
" 'Tis a pretty thing," quoths Ed
die, "when a man can't teachhis-own
children the profession they're-going
to follow' without being jerked up on
The warrants were- taken before
Judge Newcomer by First Deputy In
spector Barney Cohen. .
SANBORN, SLIPS ONE OVER ON
CHAPMAN WHILE HE'S AWAY
Warden ' William C. Chapman put
on&T'over'.on Deputy Warden Charles
P. Sanborn, while the latter was ab
senfcesterday by "moving his . goods
intdhe attic and moving his own
furniture into the quarters from
whic-he ousted 'Sanborn. .
Several weeks ' ago 'Chapman an
noup'bed'that he would not-live at 'the
hospital. .That was wfiile Chapman
and his sponsor, -Alexander McCgr-
mick,.were seeking to boost the war-
den's salary to $5,000.
Whereupon Sanborn pitched his
bachelor's tent in the quarters usual
ly occupied by the warden.
But the County Board couldn't see
Chapman's proposed increase with
field glasses. And the new warden,
decided to move in the hospital and
thus save rent, light, etc.
WILSON SAYS JAP TROUBLE t
STORIES ARE UNFOUNDED
Washington, Jan. 30. Stories that
this government was on the verge of
serious friction with Japan as a re
sult of deevlopments in the Mexican
situation were declared to be mis-;
chievous and unfounded by Pres.?
The president also stated that it
was absolutely false that the Japan
ese government was supplying arms
to Huerta. Japanese firms as well as
commercial houses of other nations
are selling arms and ammunition to
Huerta, but-the president stated they
have a perfect right to do so under
the provisions of international law,
and that even if this government
wanted to object it could not do so.
B'GOLLY; HONESTY 'IS.
. FOJA FEU-ER IN
THE LONG RUN BOT
THE TROUBLE IS R
LOT OP FELLERS
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