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PROBE OF ROCKEFELLER
Jekyl Island, Ga., Feb. 8. The
interrogation of William Rocke
feller by Chairman Fujo and At
torney Untermeyer of the house
money trust investigating com
mittee came to an abrupt close
after twelve minutes of question
ing when the Standard Oil mil
The millionaire's doctor de
clared Rockefeller might die if
the examination were continued.
Chairman Pujo said an examina
tion was impossible, and it is
probable Rockefeller's testimony
will never be taken.
TWO OF A KIND
William had just returned from
college, resplendent in loud
checked trousers, silk hosiery, a
fancy vest and a necktie that
spoke for itself. He entered the
library where his father was read
ing. The old gentleman looked
up and surveyed his son. The
longer he looked the more dis
gusted he became.
"Son," he finally blurted out,
"you look like a silly fool !"
Later the old major who lived
next door came in and greeted
the boy heartily.
"William," he said, with undis
guised admiration, "you look
exactly like your father did twenty-five
year! ago, when he came
back from school."
"Yes," said William, with a
smile, "so father was just telling
NOTED SOCIETY WOMAN ,
TO HELP STRIKERS
New Yorkj Feb. B. Mrs. Stuy
vesant Fish, one of New York's
most noted or notorious so
ciety leaders, is going to help the
girls of the garment workers'
She announced this with a blare
of trumpets last night, and said
she was ready to accept dona
tions from her society friends,
a'nd distribute them among the
And with that announcement:
she gave out the following inter
view: "I wish working girls could be
brought to realize that they are
far happier than wealthy people.
They do not understand that we,
too, have our unhappinesses.
They envy us just because we
wear a feW jewels, when in most
I instances they are happier than
"We rich people have many
things to bear of which they do
not dream. For instance, snob
bish chauffeurs and boresome so
ciety people. I sometimes think
I will have to do all the talking
for my guests, they are so bored
they dislike even speaking."
Mrs. Fish did not say specifical
ly which she thought productive
of the greater unhappiness
snobbish chauffeurs and bores or
lack of food and clothing.
Fair tonight and Sunday for
Chicago and vicinity; not much
change in temperature ; moderate
to bii sk west winds.