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representatives of The Day Book
who interviewed her today:
"I think-I saw all the evils from
which this cpuntryis suffering on
the surface at Lawrence.
"It was shameful. It was cruel.
It was unjust and inhuman in
dustry and thrift and honesty and
patience and brotherly love
5h'ould have been so driven to
"It was cruel that aay Ameri
can citizens should have, heen
ground intosuch a plight as were
those people of Lawrerice.
"It was unjust and inhuman
th?t women and children should
have been forced to work for such
pitiful wages, and then, when
thqy peacefully protested, should
have been beaten and clubbed.
"Lawrence should be a city of
happiness and prosperity. The
wonderful mills, offering work to
30,000 people, much of it highly
skilled labor, should fill the needs
of the people and giye them 'some
Gfthetfuxuries and refinements as
"The men and women of Law
rence have not had a square deal.
The children of Lawrence have
had even less of a square deal."
And this was the child of J.
Pierpont Morgan, organizer of
the iniquitous Steel Trust, organ
izer of the Woof Trust, man re
sponsible for the conditions at
Lawrence; whose personal for
tune is estimated at $200,000,000.
London, April 5. Great inter
est is being taken in a cable from
Rome, which announces that
Pierp Morgan the American cap
italist, has been commanded to
meet the kaiser in Venice in the
The German Emperor is wind
ing up a brief vacation on the isl
and of Corfu, where he is trying
to induce his only daughter to
forget her love for a penniless
Hungarian count. He will re
turn to Berlin by way of Venice.
Morgan recently deprived Lina
Cavalieri, the prima donna, of
enough of his time, to permit liim
to pay a visit to King Victor
Emmanuel of Italy.
It is thought here that Mor
gan's meeting with the Emperor
may have to do with the Turco
Italian war, Morgan acting on be
half of Ring Victor, and the kais
er on behalf of the Sultan. '
EVERYBODY GET BUSY 1
Ever hear of baseball? Sure
you did! Well, why don't you
get in on a good thing like the
fan in the picture is ?
He is helping increase the di
vidends of old John D. This is
variously known as Burning the
Midnight Oil or Sitting Up with
a Sick Friend. This fan is going
to pass that Day Book's Civil
Service Examination or break ar
leg. Are, you as industrious as
he is? i
Read all about it in jesterday'sv