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JTURN in winters
iCASEIS GIRL DEAD?
'i , NOON EDITION
REAL ESTATE OWNERS
BLAMED FOR NORTH
Entered as SecondM3Ias3 Matter April 21, 1914, at tie Postoffice at
Cailcago, IIL, irnder the Act of March 3, 1879.
An Adless Daily Newspaper
Saily Except Sunday.
N. D. Cochran, gggBfss Tel. Monroe 353,
Editor and PuhJisher. 1PS By Mail, Except in
600 South Peoria St. 398 Chicago, $3 a Year.
VOL. 3, NO. 207 Chicago, Monday, June 1, 1914 ONE CENT
SIEGE OF TARRYTOWN! JOHN
SON PRISONERS ON BIG ESTAI
Hundreds of Heavily Armed Men, Mostly Negroes, Form
Guard Line Clear Around 18 Miles of Rocke- NT
feller's Pocantico Hills Estate Or ,
ders Are Shoot to KilL
Tarrytown, N. Y., June 1. .Thirtysix dollars and seventy-five cents
have. one billion two hundred million eighty-nine thousand dollars sur--rounded,
blockaded and balked, in Pocantico Hills.
John D. Rockefeller, the richest man in the -world, and his son, John
D., Jr., are today as close prisoners in their estate as are the convicts in
Ossining penitentiary bordering their magnificent, estate.,
Wandering around the hills and woods, enjoying the spring air and
rural beauties are a' smattering of I. W. W. men.
The most astonishing situation in the history of the United States exists
in Pocantico Hills, where the Rockefellers, father and son, are cooped up'on
their estate guarded by four hundred or more men, mostly negroes. Ther
possessors of the greatest wealth Fn thejvortd are hidirfg, in TREMBLING
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