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table we could see the card bore the
picture of a corpse laid out.
Walsh read from the card to the
effect that it was sent to him by Mr.
and Mrs. William Snyder and bore
the picture of their 10-year-old son,
Frank Snyder, shot through the head
at Ludlow. Walsh said that he wish
ed Mr. Rockefeller to look at it and
then wished it to be made a part of
( the record. The picture was handed
toward Rockefeller by an attendant.
The oil magnate refused to take it
He half "glanced at it, but did not
allow his eyes to rest fully on it.
"Don't you care to look at it?"
asked Chairman Walsh.
"Well, you have described it," re
All of this milling and jamming
around what is it proving? That
Rockefeller is the head and front of
the fight on labor? Or that he is a
cog in a system, born into it, educat
ed in it, trained to its ways and
schooled in its practices? The im
pression you get is that he is some
thing of both.
FEDERAL JUDGE SWINGS At
"What do you want with those fix
tures?" Federal Judge Landis put the ques
tion to a none too well dressed Italian
in his court Tuesday.
Tne Italian wanted to purchase the
banking fixtures of Modestino Mas
trogiovannL Mastrogiovanni's pri
vate bank, 2252 Wentworth av., failed
for $60,000 six months ago, involving
thousands of Italian depositors.
"I will not sell to you," said the
judge. "You have not the money to
start the bank. I will put the price so
A high on these fixtures you cannot
buy. I will not see a community rob
bed again by one of these private
banks if I can do anything to avert
Then he gave orders for Mastro
giovanni's receivers to sell the fix
tures. "Is there not some way we can ge.t
after these""private "bankers through
the postal, mails?" inquired Judge
Landis of Dis't Att'y Cline. "They
use the mailsdon't they?"
Cline is going to look up the law.
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A NEW PICTURE OF AN ITALIAN
Gen. Cadorna, chief of the general -staff
of the Italian army, and now
with his troops at Vicenza, near the
"Please, mamma, can I go over and ,
play with Jimmie Brown?" .
"Why, Willie, of course you can't, i
Youve got the mumps, and it's very i
"I know it. That's why I want to J
go over. Jimmie likes to stay home
from school just as much as I do." I
N. Y. World.
Former Chief of Police John M.
CoUins,,52, dead of jtneumonia..' "
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