May 2, 1914
WARRANT IS ISSUED FOR MARIE GANZ
New York. N.Y., May 2.—Although John D. Rockefeller, Jr was miles away at his father's estate at Pocantico Hills, "mourners" continued their marching today in front of the Standard Oil building in Lower Broadway as a protest against the strike In the Colorado coal fields, in which the Rockefellers are interested.
A warrant was issued today for the arrest of Marie Ganz, an orator of the Industrial Workers of the World. It was based on affidavits setting forth her repeated threats against Mr. Rockefeller. A squad of detectives went out to find the woman.
UPTON DIDN'T GO ON HUNGER STRIKE
Pays Fine and "Mourns" in Front of John D.'s Office
KEEP UP MOURNING
Protestants Patrol Standard Oil Building Despite Absence of J.D., Jr.