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' An enlightened judge, would
rule that it was incompetent, ir
revelant and anything else that
-came to his mind.
For Rockefeller buncoed the
Merritts out of their property
before he, Rockefeller; sold the
property to the Steel Trust:
Looks like the Hon. Marty W.
Littleton were-playmg a funny
game, doesn't it ?
Especially as his sudden -aversion
to the continuance of ,the
Stanley committee's" investiga
tion occurred-just' when thatcom
mitteewas getting down to cases
and finding voutintefesting things
about John D. Rockefeller and
the Rev. Frederick Taylor Gates'?
Of course, Marty's 'antecedents
are against him.
He-xs alawyer. He is so clever!
alawyer that various embarrass
ed corporations have found need
for his services, and have "paid
He is amember of the firm of
O'Brien, 'B.oardman -.& Piatt,
New York The principal part
ners in'this firm, outside of Marr
ty, are ex-judge Morgan, J.
O'Brien, Albert E. Boardman
and Frank H. Elatt, son of the
late Thomas C. Piatt. w,
Which shows the kind of com
pany Marty hasbeen-keeping.
Of, course, -Marty says he re
signed from the .firm as soon .as
the people of New York, elected
him to misrepresent them ,in
Which is peculiar in view ofthe
. .Albert Merritt, Rev. Frederick T. Gatesand "Lon" Merritt.
The ruined Merjitt brothers and the, preacher Come-on Rockefeller
usedto bilk-, them.. Compare-the strong;. rugged-'features' of the
Minnesota backswooasmen,who look like real men, and thesim-pering.-sissifiedjones
of4the bunco steerer, who lopks as if he'd jusJl
got through withihisfatjuXi ki 5i lVj C ai; J-v f -; :