LABOR: Right Sort of Sentiment

Month ago in Manhattan, idle seamen complained to the municipal employment bureau that certain U. S. yacht owners were importing foreign seamen under bond to run their boats, instead of employing U. S. hands. The bureau took the names of the yachtsmen complained against, sent them to Secretary of Labor Doak. Last week in Manhattan the sport of tycoons was again mentioned in connection with unemployment. Explained Broker Edward F. Button, owner of Hussar I:

"It is the intention of many owners of yachts not to put them into commission this year lest they...

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