May 21, 1914
COMES OUT OF HIS RETREAT
John D. Rockefeller, Jr., Returns to New York.
New York, May 21.—John D. Rockefeller, Jr., has returned to work after twenty days spent at the country estate of his father at Pocantico Hills. Since May 1, when he went into retirement, most of his tormentors, under the leadership of Upton Sinclair, have been silenced, several by being sent to jail. Sinclair is in Colorado and Marie Ganz and the Rev. Bouck White are. serving sentences on Blackwell's island, the latter for having broken up the services at the Calvary Baptist church ten days ago. "Mother" Jones alone remains in the lecture field and nightly denounces the Rockefeller interests in the Colorado coal districts.