LABOR: Bituminous Hearings

Millionaires' Day was held in Washington last week, this time by the Senate Interstate Commerce Committee in its bituminous coal investigation.* The millionaires were three: Charles M. Schwab, chairman of the Bethlehem Steel Corp.; John D. Rockefeller Jr.; and Richard B. Mellon, a director of the Pittsburgh Coal Co. They contrasted sharply —"Charlie" Schwab, with his theatrical rags-to-riches air; the grave, earnest heir of John D. Rockefeller, with his air of Christian concern over a social evil; and Banker Mellon, cautious, acquainted with politicians, suspicious...

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