Plaintiff received bums as a result of the negligence of the operator of a beauty parlor located in defendant's department store. The operations of the beauty parlor were advertised over the name of the defendant, and the shop was, to all appearances, a part of the defendant's store; defendant claimed, however, that the beauty shop was operated by an independent owner. Held, that the plaintiff had a right to rely on the defendant's representations that the shop was one of its departments, hence, that a verdict for the plaintiff should not be disturbed. Fields' Inc. v. Evans (Ohio App. 1929) 17.2 N.E. 702.