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MAUSOLEUM OF FRIEND, TEMPORARY RESTING
PLACE OF MRS. ROCKEFELLER
brtM rr cosvss to tmg.
This mausoleum in Sleepy Hollow cemetery, Tarrytown.'N. Y., is the
temporary resting place of Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Sr. The body will re-
main in the mausoleum, which is owned, by John D. Archbold, until it is
decided whether interment will be at Pocantico Hills, N. Y., or Cleveland, 0.
Jwo guards (arrow points to them) keep watch over the vault.
WOMAN TO THE RESCUE
"Are you a native of this place?
asked a traveler in Alabama of a resi
dent. "Am I what?" was the puzzled re
ply. "I say, are you a native here?"
While the man was stilL hesitating
over his answer his wife came to the
"Ain't you got no sense, Bill?" she
exclaimed. "The gem'lan means was
you livin' heah when yo' was born,
or was yo' born be ore yo began i.v
in' heah. Now answer the gem'lan."