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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 16, 1912, Image 8

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answer Is 'delightfully simple.
Julius Rosenwald is president
Of that millionaire concern, Sears
Roebuck & Co.
' 'And how diFSears-Roebuck &
Co. acquire its millions? How
but by underpaying it employes,
and then selling their products to
the dear and much-bploved
farmer?
Julius Rosenwald may justly
lay claim to the simple, if slightly
humorous idea, of the Harvester
Trust.
, It only remains now for Ros
enwald and the Harvester Trust
'to get their heads together and
appropriate a few millions to
teach the Beef Trust to pay the
farmers a better price for farm
products.
This would be much more diffi
cult job than to uplift the farm
ers, but still there" is a chance, and
Rosenwald and the Harvester
should not lightly pass it up.
0-7-- J
McNAMARAS' WAS SORRY
Indianapolis, Nov. 16. J, B,
McNamara was stricken with re
morse after the Los Angeles
Times explosion in which 21 per
sons died.
This was Eckoffs testimony in
the dynamite conspiracy ,trial to
day, .
Eckoff saitf tthat J. J. McNa
mara sent him out to where J. B,
was in hiding at Ballagh, ISTeb,
He said he found J. B. there with
his mother aftd sisters.
"McNamara and I went out
hunting in the woods,"' he sSfd,
"He suddenly began, to talk of
he Times explosion He said he j
hvante'd to Hie, and begge'd me td
shoot hjra when he wasn t look
ing," . MAY CAUSE TROUBLE
Menyville, La., Nov, 16. Two
companies of state troops were,
sent here today to break the
strike of the Jt,400 employes of the
American Lumber Mills.
There has been no trouble ?o
far, but the presence qf the;
troops is likely to cause some.
The mills are owned by the
Santa Fe Railway Co, The men
walked out when the company re
fused to reinstate employes
charged with rioting at Grabow
last July.
A number of the employes were
arrested after the riot and charge
ed with murdering three of their
fellow strikers. They were fujly
cleared by a jury at Lake Charles,
o o
PEACE
Because he had been a naughty;
Httleloy-a. very naughty little
boy he was sent to bed without
any pudding. But in the evening,
when his brothers and sisters all
were fast asleep, he crept down
stairs, a tearful, little, white
robed figure, and, going into the.
libraryt said to his mother:
'Mummy, you told me never to
g to sleep till I'd made peace
With my enemies. So I've comedown-
to forgive you and daddy
for being so rude to me at dinner
tonight,"
o ch
New YorkDaniel O'Reilly,
once prominent, sent to prison for.
receiving stOleji property, ,
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