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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING. JUNE 25, 1922
Remains Will Rest in Sleepy
Hollow Where $250,000
? Tomb is Built ; -
TtRttTTOWN, N. Y., June 24.
Villiam .RocKefeler," who wlta
bis older, brother. John O., built
xxp the family millions In the oil
Industry, ' died ' today of pneu
nVbnla complicated -by recur
Tence. of kidney, trouble at bit
country estate .. overlooking the
Hudson river from North Tarry-
town. - was 81 ytars old.
To all bat relatives and his clba-
erf fiends, the end was une
peeled, for while he lay fighting
stubbornly against death behind
the guarded gates to his beautiful
metes, no hint was given that be
was even indisposed. .. , .
Moneolem Completed ' .
Death struck down the aged
man of finance Just as his own
tomb was nearly completion. .A
year ago workmen began building
a pure white granite mausolem
for blm on the behest ridge In
the Fleepy Hallow cemetery, half
n mile south of bis estate. It la
almost complete now and in
weeks the bodies of Mr. Rock t fel
ler and his wife, who preceded
Lhlr to the grave will be placed
within the 1250,009 tomb.
The two i, wealthy brothers
John D. and William D. jour
neyed'last wek to the farm on
which both of them were born
near Richford, In Tioga county.
For three layi they . remained
there, reviving memories of their
boyhood. It was the exhaustion
from this trip, Mr. Rockefeller's
doctors said, that weakened him
i n nn n u m fnv
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Save You Money
CI ; .-. i . . i .. i T7Tronn rT a ca ,-. Ill
Our Prices Tire Rigfit 1
! 803 NlJberiy : ':-jsi:t:f.?- Phone 1048M j
just before bis fatal illness.
Catches Severe Cold , ;,.t...
The two brothers returned - to
their estates from Tioga, county
last Friday nlghtr Tired though
he was, William Insisted on mo
toring to New Tork when impor
tant business matters arose the
following day. He was caught
in heavy rains in New York and
on the trip home that evening
and shortly after midnight, the
cold which lie had caught, became
Physicians were called in be
fore dawn on Sunday. They found
Mr. Rockefeller snffereing from
an acute attack of indigestion.
The next day pre-existent kidney
trouble started to bother him
again, and .the cold developed in
to pneumonia. Gradually the oil
magnate grew worse, but all
along - his r. IndomJUble - Plrlt
fought against the disease that
gripped bim more strongiy,, each
konr,,.v'-. : x 1
Thursday Mr. Rockefeller, laps
ed Into uneonsciouness, and. from
then on he was" never fully in
control of hta senses:' 4
. No Manic for Daneral
IThere will be no music at the
funeral ' ofi Mr. Rockefeller, ten
tatively set for next Monday af
ternoon. From the services at the
home, which are to be private.
the body will be conveyed to the
receiving vault in Sleepy Hollow
cemetery, there to remain until
the mausoleum is finished.
Ill Many Years
William Rockefeller bad been
in ill health for many years. The
state of his health, in fact, and
his whereabouts, became a mat
ter of Intense public curiosity in
1912-13 when the congressional
committee investigating the
"money trust desired him as a
witness. He could not be found
For months - the sergeant-at-arms
of the house of representatives
led a search which was fruitless.
The financier's Fifth avenue
house in New York was besieged
by subpoena servers, detectives.
reporters and an idle throng for
days; hia residence at Tarrytown,
N. Y., the Standard Oil offices on
Broadway, and bis clubs, were
watched without avail.
Quia Nearly Killed Him
t When attorneys representing
him finally capitulated by accept
KING ALEXANDER AND BRIDE ACKNOWLEDGING GOOD WISHES OF POPUL
W . i ' T -V
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general. The conversation work
ed aroand'to the various insignia
worn by officers In that block, and
the young man explained:
Two bars mean a captain and
one bar a lieutenant
"Oh, yes, George, and what do
no bars mean? -
"No bars.- he repeated, as a far
away look came Into bis eyes.
"Why no bars mean prohibition.
iSay It With Flowers
Kin Alexander of Serbia and his bride, thev former Princess Marie, daughter of the King and
Queen of Rumania, acknowledging the good wishes of the populace who gathered outside the palace
Belgrade' to pay their respects following tbeir marriage.
near Brunswick, Ga., but his phy
sician emphatically maintained
that to ask Mr. Rockefeller to
answer questions on a witness
stand was to Invite his death.
He was subject to such spasms of
coughing, that speech above a
whisper wan likely to strangle
The Pujo committee, still de
termined to get his testimony con
cerning an alleged manipulation
of the copper market with H.' H.
Roger several years' previously,
arranged a special sitting in the
financier's' cottage at Jekyl1 Is-
children have resulted in pathetic
appeals from the untutored peas
ant women to the American Ked
Cross nurses to give them "some
medicine to make a boy."
In Montenegro boys are con
sidered much more valuable than
girls, and the constant prayer of
the mountain dwellers is that she
may be blessed with a male child.
This disparity in the sexes . is
largely the outgrowth of the days
when Turkey held dominion ever
the Balkans and when the liberty
loving Montenegrins had an ever-
present need of men to defend the
land, but had proceeded with less homeland.
than a dozen questions when the t - In Montenegro the women -do
withers was seized with, laryngeal I all the work, the men considering
spasms and palsy. The committee manual labor undignified. They
was unable to continue without feel it their chief duty to carry
fear of causing his death. firearms and swords, talk politics
It was then that his physician and prepare for the next war.
admitted he was suffering from
a cancer of .the throat. I Citizens Vigilance
isromer More i-romment yy:,, flffirPPC
Th snhnnena servvra sen rrh ' "OOlOl UllllClO
for Mr. Rockefeller, which, it was
estimated, cost the; government
traffic violations last year.
Members of the committee are
known only to the chief of police
and to the sheriff. Each member
is furnished with a report card
listing violations to be reported.
When a violation is observed, its
nature and the license pumber of
the offender are reported by card
to either the chief of police or
the sheriff. In ordinary cases the
offending driver will be warned
by telephone on his first offense
becond violations will result In a
call to headquarters for explan
ation. Only in special cases will
the vigilants be called upon to
testify in person.
SPOKANE, Wash., June 20.
many thousands of dollars, was " "v . T, ' mmuw.
the most conspicuous feature in mmb1:9 ' which are pledged to
Ing the subpoena for him, It was newspaper history of his later epo" ; lDf ,pollce a" observed
disclosed that he was In his sou- life Although the active bead I . ur.vmg, speea
ithern cottage on Jekyl jsland, 1 0f the Standard Oil company of
big and ether infractions of the
w i.vn, traffic laws, has been revived for
in 1865 to 1911. and .one of the "IV tt"u acc'-
, .. . . m i 8i commuiee or tne
livucai Uiu laa Aaudi ua ua ww I - -J, j , m n
li.nM was overshadowed bv that I ' vl v""uuiereB
r i,rftthr Jnkn F scope oi me vigilantes'
.ri.r-rriTr"rirCd eampatgn has been in
M,,ia9. cuoperauon oi tne city
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"TicVetanow qne'at 'liirtma ) '
' Below is a list of Diediear for Ticketif madel last season. Is your, name K on the; J
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list 7 Get your tickets now oniy tnree aaya leu pexore . ie upwuug.
'r?'TillIelbeTI.iV;' : , . '
-O.- L. Carson;.! " 'Mr..--N.T;?HeMyer. t ,.
ArO. 8chumacher. 1 m V . William Richmond, 2 . f
- rs r nAiiin.a-- . . H. R. McWhorter. 2
.... .. . .
parent coffipny. '$ I
Ii w v wmwm a v w
f.th.r. farm- William nn r"- mow .uruneajn me
They were: both (xii RichHrr;;,:,..'""" M".cwu"?
Ar.nwi.'ilftiirttitKaiYhrV n r"'"B uu,to- "ore inaniuu
(route 6,' box 28)
O. W. Laflar, 2 v . ; , :
C. 8. Teeple, 2 Ad., 1. Ch. ' . .
Oldeon Stols, ! :- .
C. T. Hoover, ! " ' . .
Mrs. Lenta Westacotf, X
J. O. Merchen, . 1 ' -Dorathv
P. Hutchason. 1 St. .
Rot A 'KiAln 1 Ait. 1 Ph. ,
Mr. Qeo. Sh'ulx, 1 Ad., 1 St.
, (11SS Marion street) '
' Eva Terree, '1 . : ,
(415 a Uberty)" t '
Mrs. O. W. Perree. I 1 fl "
Julia K. Webster, '1 V; .
Mrs. P..B. 8outhwlck,-l .
: , Mr. and Mrs. . Fred. E. Zimmerman, , 2
n. nth - street)
v : Mrs. N; P. Oflman. 1
(1144 Ferry street)
Iris H. Butler, 1
(43Z 8. High street) '
l Geo. m; Orilley, 1
, . A. H. : Wyatt, 2
s Mrs. J. L. Stockton, 1
M. N. Solomon, 2 - -
4 - Mra 8. A. McFadden, 1
h -'(north Summer street)
H. B.v Carpenter, 1
.'.' Mrs. Hi B. Carpenter, 1 Ad., 1 Ch.
i uX'u M'ory Beatty, l Ad., 1 Ch.
1 - W. M. Vtllde, 2 - .
n -Mrs. o. FMentserl
Mrs." Ht P,;.chase, A. . -
Mrs. Jv E, rettycTew, 1
R. T. Gordon, 2 ' V '
. A.- P. Carpenter, I ' "
- - Fatth-Prtday, 1 ,v
. Gertrude Aldrich, 1 Bt. v
E. E. Bassett, 2 ' -
I (IS5 Richmond avenue)
Ceo W.! Cotton, 2 Ad., 1 , 8t.
(R. 3, box SJB) - " a v ,
; E. A. Rhoten, t Adv l Ch , 1 St.
-M.i Follrtch, 2 - .
. W, L. Mercer. 1 ' . .
M Adaline Stewart 2 ""'
Martin Olson; 1 V -U
T. Reynolds. 2 "
Elisabeth Lunn, I Bt,
Gladys I-eon, l - V ;
Dr. J O. Mathls.' 2 Ad.'."' 2 ' Ch,
Chas. H. Vlck. 2 : a
H. F. Durham, 2 Ad., 1 St., 1 Ca.
' Wm. McCarroil. 2 Ad., 1 Ch. ;
Howard Leech, 1
E. C. Patton. S
W. A. Barkus, 1 Ad., 1 Ch
. (1145 iv. Winter street)
J. W. Perkins. 1 ,
- (435 8. Capitol) "
kls.. James Moberg, l. Ad., 1 Ch.
Mrs. H. W. Hale, 1
(ICta North . Church street)
,. A. A. Underhill, 2 1 . '
D. W. Eyre.-l Ad., 1 St., 1 Ch. .
' .. ..... Mrs. I. T. Bross. 1 Ad., 1 St,
G. H. Thompson, 3
W. L Staley, 2 V v,.; -,v
C. P. .Bishop. 2, '
: llorton R.sAdamfc, I :-l
- . C. A. Suing, 2 Ad, St,
Irma Botatord, 1 . . i j'
Mrs. E. E. Botsford, I
L: II. B&rnett, 1 -.'
(144S Court street) v'
J. E.'KIrk, 1 Ad., 1 St.
Helen Roberts, 2 Ad., 1 St., 11 Ch. '
R. D.Barton, 2
T. S. Roberts, 2 V
Mrs. H. H. Paget, 1
W. J.MClMllnc, 1 t
E. W. Cooley. 2 . - :
(1260 N. ISth)
S. P. Kinstell, 2
K. Burgard Jugel, 2
Emma Brasher, 1
C. W. Brasher, ,1
R. L. Putnam, 2 '
R. B. Goodwin, ' 2
L, A.'ElwehV 2 v
Clara L. Miller, 1
. (1S S. 19th)
Alvln B. Stewart, 2
' J. W. Maruny, 2 "
V , F. L, Klein. 1 Ad.. 1
Grace Savage, 1 .
. Margaret Knapp, 1
' H." W. Delaplaln, 2
Mlna -M. Cook, 2
Arthur Fishen. . 2 Ch. ,r: ;
B. C. MUes, 2
E. W. Haxardf 2 .
! Roy Barton, 2 Ad., 1 . St. -Mrs.
O. W. Moon, 1
H. s. : Bwart,2 - -:?' ';:'7 ' -.
I B. c; McKinney, 2
' 'E.. E. Bergman. 2 Ad.; 1 Ch.
John R- Newtonr 2 Ad.. 1 St,
Dorothea Buckner, 1 St, -.
. Isabel Klein. ljCb. .
- (943 Center)" x
C. S. Pratr,2 -;
.Gall E. McClean, 1 Ch.
John Rlessbeck, 2 '
Geo. F. Vick... 2 Ad.. 1 St.
J. W. Carson,. 2 w
Alma Pohle, 1 i
i Mrs. E. J. Roth, 2 Ad., 1 St,
t E. B. Flake, 2
. A. L. Seamster, 2 . .
Mrs. Otto Headrlck, 1 " .
Dr. P. W. Byrd. 1 J -
,0. A. Hartman, 2 '- 4
H. H. Bo.es 2 (If here) v : ,
W W - .'
i. a. ivar. - - : ,. - ' -ii..;.. .
V Vina McNary, 1 , W'wS--.'
' .H. O. Carl. 1- iT Vi-
-Dr. J. .C. Evans, 2 ad., 1 6t.' 'tv-
Harold L, Cook. 1 M'
Mrs. C. C. Clark. 3 1
E. E. Fisher, M. D. 6,
II. E. Eakin. 2 , v.
" W. L.' McMillan, -1,
" Alice Boock, 2
v r t. witw n '
' . ' Mrs. Chas.' Knowland. 1 Ad., 1 St.
. 'W. T. Stols, 2 "
t.;''.? E. P. Cochran,-4 (del)
v, Salem Cleaners Dyers. 2 (by P. L, Fahr
' lander) 1. -w
.J Mrs. A M Hansen, 2
Otto K. Paulus, 1
". Madalene Glesy. 1 St. ,
- 484 S. 23rd) . ' .
jQhn A. Green, 2 St, . '
Renska U Swart.a -
11. O. Cooper. 2 St. r .
" 11 s -toth) . .
Bertha J. K. Darby, 1
' A. B. KIrby. 2
Mrs. P, L, .frailer, 2
"o. WJ Nance'lVj
May 31. 1841. two years after the f:-Md Ut is planned to
vi..v t-v- , t ri-.i- r J Increase the force by an additional
to which -the 'familv; removed """"' J"cn' committee re
M1 ' the f Wothem ' werW bovs. Pdrtet ttore tha l0 of
William began bis mercantile ca
reer in the produce commission
business, as' did his brother, and
joined the latter soon, after . he
became interested , in. oil, about
1862. The establishment, soon
afterward,1 of a branch office Jn
New York, led to the removal of
William Rockefeller to that city
to Uke charge of It. From that
time until his retirement In 1911
he was the aetive head of the
New York company.
Two' Differ Extremely
In almost every respect except
his success as an oil magnate,
William Rockefeller differed
from his brother. He-was a club
njan;w his brother belonged o
none. He was inieresiea oui
slightly in philanthropic work of
any , kind, or ' rellgioua activity.
Along side the blocks of muuons
his brother ave . away .William
Rockefeller's largest known gift
was 3100,000. to Wellesley. coU
leee. , .He was -an enthusiastic
motorist, and. saw, nothing in go)t
of which, bis brother was such a
devotee,, He did not enjoy the
latters rugged health.
Although there was no known
estrangement and they both had
summer residences at. Tarrytown;
N. Y.. the brothers were seldom
Factor In Railway World
William Rockefeller departed
further afield from the oTl Indus.
try than did his brother. He
was a large factor In the railway
world, having succeeded Cornel
Irf Vanderbilt .as a director oi
the New York Central railroad.
and having been officer or direc
tor of a score of other important
transcontinental- linear-and. as
Drtsea. I Including large Interests
in imp per, insurance aaa puoiic
iOit Mar 25i 4 84.-ha Jas mar
ried to ' Almlra Geralding. uood
sell of Falxfiel4i Conn. - He had
two : sons ind . two - aausniers.
William 'O.. -Percy jA:,'4 Ethel ;G..
wife bt Marcellua H. Dodge, and
Emma, wife of Dr. David II. M
Alpln, Jr. '
NEW MILITARY RANK
He bad been a new civilian for
two weeks, during which time
each night had been spent on a
neighboring porch swing. They
had discussed the pros and Cons,
of English girls, and the war in
TRUE AMERICANISM RE-
informed regardinf condition
in Mexico. The nndprrlopd
rirhet of Mexico ar 10 Taut
and ao Taried as to almost
pais belief. The work of de
veloping this wealth is about
to berin. Americans will do
it. Enormous commercial ac
tiTity will follow. Every Am
erican indnstry, ererr Americ
an home, will be affected.
You shonld be correctly in
formed. Thin bureau will
answer without charge any in
quiries regarding lands, titles,
mines or business opportun
ities. A handsome poster map of
.Mexico in colors .a .modern
referenfe work I sent to any
address for 12e ta ttsmps
1S0S ' SoMthwestarm Life Bide.
Fof r All OccQOiono
are prepared with our
and complete stock of
cut flowers and potted plants
to furnish bouquets and floral
pieces for all occassions.
Our service will please you -
123 North Liberty St.
xSay It With Flowerit
. All Kinds
Come here for Garden Hose, we
have what you want
Salem Hardware Co.
The Winchester Store
Montenegro Birth Rate
Shows Alarming Decrease
CETTINJE Montenegro, . Jane
24. There has been an alarming
decrease In the birthrate of ilon
tenegrodne to the loss dating
the war of so many of the "Black
Mountain's ' fighting men; The
government Is 'of ferine premiums
I to mothers who bear male ' chil
dren. The " females now greatly
outnumber the males. " -- .-v
The incentives offered fby the;
government to mothers of ..male
IS YOUR HOME ; FURNISHH)
AS WELL AS, YOU WISH
Arc you proud of your home when your neighbors and friends call on you? Part of the joy of living is
having conveniences in your home, and you owe it to yourself and family ta furnish your homes as com
fortably as you can. The amount you spend for furniture compared to clothing, groceries, etc, is smalL
Our store is full of good furniture at low prices. We have just the article you need at the price you can
afford to pay that Will tone up the appearance of that living room, dining room, bed room or kitchen, to -just
the extent you wish. '"
Quality, Fuel Economy, Service Burns Wood, Coal or Gas
The beauty of its lines, the permaence of its construction, the con
venience of its operation all these splendid qualities combine to
place this new model absolutely in a class by itself. The really new
refinements the bright nickel trimmingsit's easy to keep clean
enamel surfaces its double warming closets and hidden flue its ex
pansive gas cooking top all command the admiration of housewives
who know the best in the efficient range. This model may. be had in
blue or grey enamel or in plain black. -f,
Let U3 Demonstrate
Fancy Scrims with col- Hamilton Beach Electric Last call on Refrigera- Trunks, bags &nd suit
Sweeper ..with motor- ftrj tin iiawai'' nnlv s cases. Our showing of
ored borders, valifes to driven brush. They are , rs f T v Iv.. good dependable lug
best Phone 29 for dem- fewleft-iaitMt i. '1:
75 cents, now 25c onstration. they Iast.....4 ff Let us show you.
aaaisaaaaaaM.. ' ""
We have several good Fine full polished top, 6- Don't fail to ask about Beautiful 3 piece Tapes
bargains n used pianos . , - ArmrA our good used goods. We try Davenport, chair and
and player pianos. Terms bole range with Armco can furnish your home rocker to inatch. Extra
can be arranged. Iron body, now. ..$53 aL.......:.:....Mi price special $129.75
as part payment on new C 3 t-IVi(IITIM ntwlpH . f ur-
will allow you aU GOOD FURNITURE - TIIe" WESTERN with
u is vnortn 34fj CourfSfrm'"" the oblong fire box :.-