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FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1914. I 1
1 THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE NINE ROCKEFELLER JUNIOR VERY SHREWD YOUNG FINANCIER MAN MADE PROMINENT BY COL ORADO STRIKE HAS INHERIT ED FATHER'S ACUMEN. 14 , y.tU, May X. John 1). Uorkc i, j,. , virtual heuil of the Culor I'uel & Iron company, has hen ,,,,,iuiu H.m!nentJy into tha limelight hi i lie recent atriko trouhles in Color-Tlu- KeneraJ imhlle h is nlwavs ",,..', im liiieil l r Kiinl xoiihk Ho.ke i,llr merely as th BM of tin- hea.l oi ,M. standard Oil ennapany and blr what ia jirohubly the largest Indi vidual fortune In the world. In ilnamial cireles, hoM-r, yOUtUJ j, ,,n I)., ae he is faintllnry called, h is toni .(. re oRnUed us a shnw.l ami capable man of buaineas, well qualitied I,, take up the burden of business th it l,s Ikii Kiaduully laid uaide by his father. Inle never a larwo BfaKUllntcr, John n Jr., knows what it is to watch the MUM as an Investor. Soon alter he I,,,, l reached hla majority lie cleaned up , million in a deal in la at her Com mon, Huylng- when the stork was ground 11 ho took it freely from th;-.t ii; ure up to 20 and held M until 1" inched, when he sold out grad ually as the stock tiKain slumped. The was cleverly executed and ODMTV' en quickly decided that the fOttSf in. hi had inherited a lare share of his Cither's business ucunien. I'olhnvhiK i Ins Mr. Rockefeller engineered aO0 per and trans)ortatlon deal whii n advanced freight rales and (he Rockefellers control of the hipping of the Oreut Lake 'ornclius Vunderbllt is preparing to take possession of the Vandcrliilt man i n M I'ifty --fifth street and Fifth a -, which haj come to him through h ,itath of his uncle, org W. Van derbitti under the will of his grand William M. Vanderbtlt, wbi died In tttd The .mansion is familiar tn almost every one who has visited , m terHf When it was OCenpletad iii the early 0s it was the most Impo. lug residence in the metropolis. The itained tlnaa ami ntonalc la the raati bulea ere itnporteil from Venice and mm Ii of the furnrture and decorations . ,,me from abroad, For several ears the mansion has been decupled hy Henry C. I'rick. Mr. l-'rick's Mi '.una resi.lenee farther nr.1 the avenue is now nearlng completion and ha la pvagfeuM lm to vacate the V.uiderlult house. H i Moses Kzekiel, ore of the be3t known American nflMptatl living kbroed, has returned to the United Htstea for brief visit. Tin- chief pur uose of his visit is to attend the un- velllng or hla Mfrmiannai to the oon- derate dead m the Arlington natlaM) cemeterv. The Uavailtnf is to take riace early mm atonth, hln is the '" ' nf mans antnalc laiminHli erec ted tn the loath, notable aaaoag Miein MHag tin- Jogjarann monument in Louisville. -Virninla MourninK Her DaaeV in Lexington, v.... the statue of Thomas Jaffereoe at the University or VlfKinia, ami the statue of Stonewal Inntfaon ahleh nteuaa in the Mate House uniiinils iii Charleston, V. Vn. He has just completed a heroic por trait statue Of the late Seimtor Daniels of Virginia, which is to i- elected at his birthplace, Lynchburg, Va. CoUaetan of hlatariaal rattea who were gatlMId in a well-known ain tion room yesterday dlepltyed more than ordinary intitest ulna there was of fered fot ah: a .., k of OaOrgQ W.i.sli lagton'l hair, al- , g lock or hair of Martha Washington, ,,s wife. The ha'r was preserved behind glass on a mini ature gold ilab. An inneriniloa n the .slah showed that the memento had been arananlgd by Mm, Weehlngtoa. iu IT'.'T. to Mrs. olivet- Wohott, wile nf one of the Connecticut algnari of the Hiviaiation of Independence, ekaaa son. ulso ii. line, I OUver Woleott, suc- eaadMd aleaandar Hamilton as etero tary of the lreasur . For several yars Thief Kenloti or the New York tir department has bean mvfag the buttons from ftfemen'i uniforms. Kver.v diaonrded eo.u has been stripped of its buttons, and the chief has lost no opportunity id nailing to his Collection, One day recently he tank stoi i, ami was urprlaad to Bud that be had aa hand some ft,Ml oMJ buttons. He turned them over to the BurmU or Repairs and Supplies. The buttons will Ik melted and used in the work or the bureau. The Parisian who makes g business or pawning woods lor hie more sensi tive nalghbora, who dielike to be geea KoiiiK in the pawnshop, has a counter part in the patty crotoke of Naar York who serve terms in the workhouse for others for a suitable tlUIHlllOI 0 1 lllll. "1 b ouree. The nwtked hi la ooranli i petty offanaa to receive ehorl term in the workhouse. Once on the island it has been found easy for the Hehort term" to substitute himself for a pn -oner Ml ling a lull; teiin. The priOOl -its chaiiKe names and when the sen tence of the man with the short term expiree, the man with the long sen tence passes out. The police depart ment now plans to Introduce the time r print yetem la put a gtOp to the prac tice. It Is rather nn interesting coinci dence that the new munic ipal feiryboal William J. Oaynor, named In honor ,,i the htte max'or has lieen put Into sl- Marines Leaving Warships For the Wharf at Vera Cruz 2aifJ .- t-- jtM wBl l ' -fa. Thoto copyright, 1914, by American Press Association. HBBH me shown three boatloads of marine after loavlntr the hnltla ship Michigan in Vera Cruz hurbor and making tlnir way for a landing, Bettleehlpg ara Man la the bankgranad. The lendtng or theee marines was regarded ae full of danger, although they were tpfotactad by the bits' gang of tb- Baal hi the harbor. Wkila the small force of defender, in the Mexican city tired several volleys at Chang small bouts, in ggoel came tln ir elm was had. Maanwklla the big guns of the fleet were trained "ti the placej from which the lire ou shore was directed und did their part la eilaaclng tha defending forces. Vice betWMn Manhattan and the Bay Ridge eectlon of Brooklyn on tha one hundredth anniversary of the llrst trip of a steam ferryboat between ffen York tind Brooklyn, it la just on hundred yean this week sin' the Nassau, the pioneer of all steam fee ryhoats, hegtin the earryini; of passen- garg aaroea the Baal River, The Nae sau was a pulling, spolltillK little era I of almost Inehjnlftcanl dtmeiietene, 1 1 1 it was a great Improvement over the service furniehed by sail benta end row boats. The people of that da) would open wide their eyes could they see the new muni' ipal ferr I ,c ,at . which cost $3,"0.niMi, or more than the laruest ami linest vessel afloat a c entury a'o. Boenla has four trade unionists t n il one thoumnd of population. v ! v l 'I' : TELEGRAPHIC ODDITIES. v : : : : e .; Women Are Luxuries. London The losses paid by British insurance- companies on account Of auffraaette tires in the pact year ag gregated lltllMnll. Mary Garden Fired. ChlcaKo Hecause she refused to ring away nnf one nlght'a pay paid to her by DetetaJce, Charles Dnwee, treasurer (r the Chicago OpOTI CoH seya Mary Harden has been ' tired." Where Frankness Ends. N'cw York Inntructlng gmnd Jurors in Queens couut.v, Justice Qnrreteon said men should he frank in their gome life, inn wives aaouidn'i i,e gal ut It ted to , oa jury Information from them. ( baseball STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS. American League. W. L Pet. Detroit M 0 .fat Ht. benta 11 h Jft New York S 7 .533 I'hllaih Iphia 8 7 .533 Washington ii x ..Y'9 I'liliami !i II .4'," Huston ! ! .Inn Olavataaa I M .. National League. W. la P.t. Pgtsburg 15 2 sj Pklledelplile s :. jggg Mrooklyn K 5 til 5 New York 7 i .538 riafilannil 8 If aw Ht. Louis, 8 1.' .4'Hi Chicugi ti II . Huston 3 10 4W Federal Ledgue. W. L 1'ct. Baltimore 11 1 .7:!! St. Louie 11 8 Brooklyn 7 .53X Indianapolis 8 8 .ram Chicago !' i" 47i Kansas Tity 8 II .-t.' Huffal B ! ,4"0 1'ittsburg 5 11 JU TODAY'S GAMES. AmrricTn Leagus. St. i is at Cleveland, Detroit at Chicago, Philadelphia at BTnaklngton, New York at Hostoii. National League. Hostciii at Bate York. i trookl) n at Philadelphia. Cincinnati at St. Louis. Chlaaga at Pitteburgh. Federal League Pittahurnk at st. iiuis. Haltimoru at Indianapolis. Broaklya at 'kknunac Huff.ilo at Kansas I'ity. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. American League. 'lev t land. hh. May 8. St. Louis won from Cleveland yeanardu) through Hamilton's goad pttohtng and Clara land's stupid has running, R H E St. Louis 0 1 no 0 0 0 0 1 I .! develaad Pt I l g 7 i Batteries Hamilton and A Knew Mitch. II and (1'Neill. Three-ha.-c- hit l. ai. St. Louis. Washington, . C. May S. Wash- Ington baal Philadelphia here rooter day after a hard fottghi gtruggia, Broarn started to pitch for the cham pions but wus relieved hy Hender ,n the third. A tine leapma catch by t'olllns In (his Inning prevented the -eals from sc ,,ii in. In the fourth the locals seoi i d tour runs on three ara bles and lM 0 glngleg, n h I I'hlladelphia . . 1 0 1 0 1 o 0 0 2-- 5 7 0 Tfaahlnaftnn ..fttita ft it i JiatterieM Hi own. Bender and SelmiiK: Hoehlinu and Henry. Huston, Mmku., May 8. Baahgsj hatd New Y'uk ty four hits without rung yesteiduv ainl len'tini wtili. I''ihIhi, who pit bed for New York, wan in od form except in the ueventh and algh ii K 11 B New York o 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 paatea ooooooilx 7 1 Hatterb-s I'isher and Sweeney; l-'oster and Thomas. Chicago, III. May 8. Detroit-Chicago geaes poatponad . rain. National League. Si. I.e. us. Mo. May s. St. Lciis d aeeted Cincinnati yesterday i.- pound bjag the three MsllillK itc hels for thir teen hits. A high wind made the th ld hik iiJi t-i t a in. E Archi r, l ooper and Jlbson. R H - 1 5 111 j lama ii I I 1 and 'inclnnntl ... I o o st. Louis M tatai Sn- Hattelies Finglingi Itc.wan aial lionzales: Herritt and Snyder. New York. N. Y.. May s - An eighth inning nUiy erhiah netted New York four runs enallel tlie champions to nose out Boston here yesterday. 'rutcher. the Hoston pitcher, mis in hoi water all throitKh the Kame and atter gtockt hteyere and Mnrraj made hits in the olgkth he withdresv In fa- or of Hudidih. R Hoston 3 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 6 New York 1 ii 0 u u 1 1 4 x 7 Batteries - C rutcher. Rudolph dowdy; Mnrnnnrdcj yroaanee, Mathttw eon and Meyere, McLean. Philadelphia, Pa May 8. In a itamc marked by erratic pitching bj Ait, bi son ami Mayer ami excellent arorh by Pfeffer, who wnt to the rubber for Brooklyn in the. eighth, the latter team defeated rtilladeiphaa yeemaday, Daw beri and f mherl each secared ttirce hits and a pass in live times up. R Brooklyn 000032100 Philadelphia ..10010102 0 5 Batterlee Altchleon, Pfeffer Miller, Plot her. Mayer and Kiiltfar. Plttabnrg; i'a.. May g, Plttahatrg made it eight straiuht at the expense of Chicago yesterday and II out if their Brat 17 Karnes. Humphries had two had innings and was replaced by Zahel in tin- sixth after I'ittshurn hud mail, four runs on live hits and un error. R H E chicauo , . . . . 1 0000000 a Plttaburg 02000410X 7 If 9 Hatteries Humphries. Babel ami h r. 13 3 1 1 1 and Federal League. St. ly.ui.. Mo . Ma Hittsburw. by biting Herbert ami Ka upper ami by taking advantaga r local errors, ran1 terday secured a lead that St Cbuta could not overcome and as a result thu tailenders won. It was the home club'sj lift h ,-uec essi e defeat. r it v. Plttaburg 0 3 3 0 4 3 2 0 0 15 15 : St. lmis 1. 1. a 11 j :-, 0 11 - 7 13 Kansas i'ity, Mo, May v Kansas) City lm Ifoore of r.uiTaio at win yes- tOrdaj and shut out the im1os. PHBk ard kept tin- eiht hits fathered by the visitors woll scattered and WuM given perfect support. Bgcond Bam man K nwanthy sent two homo rune over the left tleid teme. R II BuJEgM OOo 00 0 000 t 8 4 Kansas City . .2 1 0 0 3 0 2 2 x 10 14 u Indianapolis, Iml.. 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