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JOHN D. WILL GET CHANCE TO
SHOW WHAT HE MEANS
New York, Jan. 29. "Mr. Rocke
feller has made his promises now
we are going to give him a chance to
shows he means themT -
So declared "Mother" Jones, the
veteran labor agitator today, in dis
cussing her conference with John D.
"I want him to go to Colorado
right now while the ashes of Lud
low are still Jiot," she continued.
"There is no use of going out next
summer or fall.
"The new scheme for meeting his
men in Colorado is a sham and fraud.
The workers have no organization.
They are powerless to enforce any
just demand. But you can't fool my
boys. They now that thiB kind of a
scheme is hypocritical and dishonest
pretense. I don t believe Mr. Rocke
feller understands this.
"The company was against them,
the company's courts were against
them. "When they tried to help, them
selves they were blacklisted and beat
en or shot down and nobody back
here in the east cared. It was worse
than what I read about in Russia.
"That is what I want stopped
what I want Mr. Rockefeller to go
out there and see. Nothing is set
tled. The strike is over and union
ism was ground under the heel of
"THE BABY CAME AND THEN HIS
LOVE GREW COLD"
A Btory of love, a promise and an
Indiscretion has come out in a suit
filed for $20,000 by Miss Lucille
Palmer, 623 E. 33d st, against J. F.
Dennis of the W. J. Dennis Weather
Strip Co. It is a breach of promise
"He put a wedding ring on my fin
ger and said, 'Now we are as good as
married.' " the girl declares. "Every
body knew us as husband and wife
until I went to the hospital and our
baby was born. Then Uls love grew
BEAUTIES IN THE LAND OF
M ,. I . I ,. ijiLji
lticstor Cttynedy St$r)
Although as bUBy as a bee with the
numberless duties of a busy and
happy movie actress, pretty Victoria
Forde managed to find time to de
Bign a remarkable military costume
which is Just as odd and unique as it
can be. It is a black and white serge
with gold braid and tassels, with the
quaintest ruffle tunic ever seen.
There Is a belt finished "off with the
gold tassels, while a hat to match of
gold cloth with jet ornament com
pletes this "different" dress. Vicky
wears this In "Jed's Little Elope
ment," and there is no doubt about it
but what this model will be copied by
many of her admirers,