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charge?" I asjcedthis extraordinary
young girl. ;' ," '- ? "
"Do .1 .deny, p ; Certainly; riot J I
safdit and I -meant it," Sllss-Ganz re
plied. In her sio-$r contxafttf Voice. - "I
said I would , -H. and if .Ivget tjie
chance I will mk,e. gdohords!"
Jr., is. guilty 6f '&&-4nurlLof. the
women an;cpaVen at-Lifalpw:' But
the courts. Vjoujd n.everlt;bnvtct: him.
They wfil h.qt even;, try'hlmt,because
thy are afra?d.;bf -Mm.. "WUfrl'tfiftnpt
afraid. f: -...-.-
"If I shouldkiUrmeouid.-be
put to death. .fyr.-murftei;., , .J "Would
merely execuie,th'e; seni.9Jf :whieh
the Ameripah'opie'v'HAYE lAC
their courto'aretfod tirfrjf jfcf'caJty.
his representative A6' this' niltfvfd
him to accepEediatldjC $AQke re
fused the president!-' This man this
accessory to the .'murdejr of women
I and children-r-starida .between thou
sands of men and the chance to work
.under decent Conditions. "Why should
he.' not be renaQved.T.,Why should not
ahi individual haw the courage which
the1, courts ,la"ck?;To kill John D.
-Rockefeller, J; wjpuid not be a
crime, but a deed. of. courage and
justice!" ' i ' '
"But . if you ;. should ;kill, John D.f
Jr., the elder RodgefjBHe'r would still
remain," I interpcVeftvlSMter "all,
John D., Jr., is meTelyajiuhg as his
lather's agent.'! "V$JJL"-
. "Ah, no," Missiai!protested.
f-'Jphn-l,,vSriKinPI.".80. He is
senile.' i lhiaersiSnd ."-.that he has
aSked his soil to yield to- the presi
dent and that.be Has -refused to do
so.' John D.r Kc&etelle?; Jr., is the
real- criminal; .etfe -the man that
musi answer to' the American people
fbr"the crome erf ijudlcfiv.!"
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J6nD."'RQckefeUer, Jr., the Sunday School' Teacher.
NEW KIND: OF VICE PROBE
Chicago. .issaon.''to,.-expenence' a
.new iriyesgaiipn "of vice. 'This time
it will be thetKeplth-comfcfilftee" of the
city council that' wlllj.,try tafindout
what's wrong:withTChlcagd land pre
scribe medicine: '-, ..".' v - . . '..'.
Apublic hearing has heen called for'
next Thursday" afternoon, as a Jesuit
of a resolution. presented hy. Aid.
Chas. E. Mefria'm, who a. few weeks
ago urged the city council to get. busy
'j '. ... ::x.. . -
oh . some - of the . recommendations
made by the old .vice commission a
long time ago ' .',
' This will be the" first time that the
vice problem has ".ever-been officially
recognized as .a health problem and
the health commitfee should have a
lot pf fun in its .probing.
Girl students, .of1. fhfc South Bend,
Irid,, high school hay'ef pledged them
selves not to use any flaflg v