Clipped From The Cincinnati Enquirer
CAMPAIGN STARTED Against Emplo-ment Emplo-ment Emplo-ment of Greek Boya In Shoo-S-lnlng Shoo-S-lnlng Shoo-S-lnlng Shoo-S-lnlng Shoo-S-lnlng Shop. --The --The --The first step in a campaign. Against the employment of Greek boys in shoe shining establishments1 was msde yesterday when Wtlilam Condus. 16, of Walnut street, between between Seventh and Eighth streets, who works as a bootblack, swore to a warrant in Police Court charging Lewis Christopher Christopher of S East Sixth street, wtth failure to furnish a mfttor with written evidence ot agreement of employment. The case was worked up by John Sylvester, of the Juvenile Juvenile Protective Association, and the affidavit affidavit was prepared toy Police Court Prosecutor. Prosecutor. Bernard Fox. 1 Condus saldi that the agents of the shoe-shining shoe-shining shoe-shining establishments go to Greece, pick out boys who they think will make the beat worker In this country, end brine them to America under assumed names by promising promising them $300 a year. Condus allegea that he was Induced to come over In this manner, manner, and that he has been forced to work froaa t 0 each morning tretn fid o at night, and that he has received only enougn money to' eke out; an existence In a room with seven other Greek boys. Mr. Sylvester said that the society which he represents Intends to go to the bottom of" the affair and press charges against every one of the men Involved. . Christo-phel Christo-phel Christo-phel was arrested and released on 9au bond.