Law: Ire

Two years ago Max Phillips, money maker in collars, was annoyed. He believed himself threatened with arrest for violation of the Mann Act. He sued his nephew by marriage Bernard K. Marcus, president of the Bank of United States. He believed an arrest had been "framed" to ruin him. He sued to examine the books of the Bank, in which he held stock, charging mismanagement of funds. How much of this tangle was truth and how much bad temper the world will never know. Last week the million dollar suits were discontinued with a...

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