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A MIGHTY BIG CONTRAST IS SHOWN
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John D, Rockefeller fives, in the palace herewith shown and his baby has
nurses and every home comfort Mrs. Petragon, the Colorado mine striker's
wife, lives irr the tent colony pictured below and her two baby Igfrls were
killed by John D. Rockefeller, Jr.'s, murderous gunmen. Here is a contrast
in the great Colorado strike war Rockefeller, well fed, well housed, with a
cosy family, Who declines to do anything to end his own labor war; Mrs.
Petragon, who has no home'or babies because Of that war!
Astronomers have figured that the
sun loses in its mass a quantity equal
to the volume of the earth every
thirty million years.
Russia's population is increasing at
the rate of 2,500,000 a- year, it is
said. It now stands at -about one hun
dred and forty-seven millions.,
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