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and entitling him to 2,000 grams of bread, biscuit or flour per week. The
blank space is filled out with the name of the holder, who cannot transfer
ROCKEFELLER INTERESTS ARE
Washington, March 3. John D.
Rockefeller, Jr., was pilloried for re
fusing to arbitrate the Colorado coal
strike in the report of the house
mines investigating committee, sub
mitted today to congress, which
A different attitude by Rockefeller
would have saved many lives in the
recent mine wars.
Colorado militia and strikers were
both guilty of lawlessness and vio
lence. Peonage of miners was de
"Arbitrate," was injunction to op
erators. t Need for federal and state laws to
prevent future similar labor wars.
Regulation of coal mines given as an
Failure of Colorado officials to
stop sale of firearms and ammunition
deplored. Abolition of the system of
private mine guards urged.
Coal operators did not conspire in
restraint of trade by limiting mine
WHOLE POLICE FORCE JOLTED
Maywood, III., March 3 The en
tire police and detective force here
was thrown into unprecedented ex
citement when Airs. Louise Barasema
sued him for divorce.
Aid. W. O. Nance framing ordi
nance to revoke licenses of theater
which sell to scalpers.