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Official Paper of Nassau County FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, AL'QUST 21. 1914 Vcl. XIX, No. 34 r h .H. Freeport HIGHWATEK TIDK T.\BLE News of the Churches In the Fraternal Orders Local Topics Social and Personal Subject of • nd . Tn .1 li:. Sermons, S tther doinuft and churrh :rvice« n the of the week Doings Friday, Aug. Saturday, ^"^ Sunday. Monday, Tuesday. Wednes'iHy, Thursday, Friday, Saturfitv 22, ill, '21, 2", 2y, 3<i. 7.39 a. m. ^.22 a. m. 9.06 a. m. 9.62 a. m. l'i..S8 a. rn. 11.27 a. m V2.'20 p. vr,. 1.22 p. rii. ¦J.32 p. m. First ChurL-h ni Ciri^t, Scientist.- Service.'- Sunday ri...>rning at 11 '.'ciock ; .Sunday School same hour; Wedntsday testimonial meeting at •> Hemjjstead Rank Buildintr; ne.vl Sunday, .August 23, evening o'clock ; !*UhifCt ".Mind.- .Single cofiie.s of the Review lor i-ale at Greenbibtt's and Braithwaite'". Railroad Avenue; Kiefer's, Na.ssau County Keview. DaSilva'." and Go- belz's, .Main .Street; DaSiiva's-. Wist Merrick Road. if. .School will reopen on Tuesday, ,Sefj. temher 's. niter the summer vacation. A piis?*l card has been received from Harrv Horn.soheuer at Is'ew Aliiany. Indiana, where he is employed. He Bays "tr.e h^ht is intense, 9!^ to lOd in the s- h'ie ; i jt v«-ry cool tveninf:s." Gladys (.'ook is announceii to lead the Epwor'h I.euirue meetjng .Sun(iay night in (Hl. .M. E. Churi.h ; topic, "Our Growing Wr.rk in Europe." The degrees f f Virtue and Liberty I will he conferred at the meeting ni 'Freeport Council. -Jr. O. U. .A. .M., this Friday evening,'. Frank .M. Smith atte.'ided the annua, session of the Grand Lodge of Odd Fel¬ lows in New York City this week, as the delegate from Freeport Lodge .No. Oon. L O. O. F. At the .ast regular meeting of Aijiha tic (.or lonesome) —he wh Council, Daughters of Americfc, State 'gnorant hiocknead. not Comrnenta and •iplanationi not antirciy cf a newa natura, on rillai t affaiia by tha editor. VAHIOIS GK.ADES OF "LUNATICS' "Did you see the lunatics going down the line with that fire engine? They have got something to piay with now." That's the remark I hearrj wht.n the new tractor went up .Main .-^ireet Sat¬ urday afternoon. Of course the man who made the remark v.a^ r.nl a :una- just a poor knowing or About Cuei Freeporters nd The ends New Tractor Accepted In the F?re Department by Fire Council ,,, ^,.. ,„.....:::7r.bout... fir.„.„ Mrs. Thomas Powers and Miss Mfcl el Powers start .Monday. August 24. for a two weeks' '. •Mrs. GeiTL'e Springs, N. Y. isit and tion iMtn Saratoga :orence Wu;:!' At the .Methodist Church next day morning the p::Btor will be ."^uii- sist. ed in the service by Kev. Dr. G. W. Aiford, of Hutchinson, Kansas, who wiii aiSo b" the preacher in the niorn¬ ing. In the evenini: Dr. Curtice will speak on "The On!y Hope of the World's Uriiift." The sermon will be strik¬ ingly iliiisrrate.l hy the sad condition now pievhiiint; in all lands. The Long Island Home Made Bread Company. 'J'romas St. John Baldwin, Prop.. :s to remove to the store in the Freeport Inn formerly occupied by the Bi, PariBienne Restaurant, which has al¬ ready vacated. A posltil fron. Chief Bernard .J. Loonam says the Southern New York delegati .11 to the State Firemen's Con¬ vention, ill v.hich there were several Freeporti r.s; arrived in O.neva at 0 o'cloc!'. .M' (1 lay r.ight. Th- 'A'nln- Plains Daily Kecoid. of Auv ;-¦ i-r. '•¦i:'ains il column article on thv- -1 st ptrje concerning Elugene F. McKiii.ey. ... loiTrier re-i'lent ol' Fre<. por*. V.':. Mf-Kinley is now one of the foren.-.s! !• ¦-; 1-'its ¦.! \'.';i;tc Plains. ami y.-c- jUnt be.;ii i.j i. <i.;le(i ..'..i;r...-e! ¦ trie New Haven Railroad Company".= to the Arn'^rifan'Consu trolley iines. ..¦!L-H')P M.IiONNELL AT BAD NACHELM The recjuest for information about tlie whereabouts and welfare cf Rt. Rev. Charles E. .McDonnell. D. D., f Brooklyn, and his secretary, ReV. Francis E. Keenan, D. D., who are m Kurojie. has not as yet lieen (iro ductive of any results. When iHst heard from, liishop VcDonneli and Dr. Keenan were at Bad Nauheini, Ger¬ many, v.here the Bisliop wa- taking the bath^. This wa.s over twi' we<d<s ago. .\.| word has been rei'.,.iv.;'i from hnn since. On Tuesday, through lion. ,1. r .-i .1. Fitzj:erhM. one of Brooklyn's lejire- sentati'. es io Congre'^s, a req';..i,t to tinrl the Bish ip and to ief.rii c ;" i.l... con- (liiir 1) wiis !:led V, itli the .-^..cretary of Stat- ut \\'h=hi.n!.:to!-,. Tr.e Sta'.- De- li!i!ti.,(¦..' iias acie,, .111 ti.. lequ. -: and f.r :.;¦..;•; .i...; !..ad>-- l. ..»¦;..¦ the Bishop. .^ rejily to the mes.sage sent Frankfort- Councilor Nettie Reed made her official vsiit, accompaned by her staff , of officers, also a large delegatiion Ifrom Brooklyn Council No. 23. Depu- I ty State Cf.uncilor Beile Seaman in- istalledthe following ofRcers: Coun- I cilor, Stelia Morse ; associate counci¬ llor, Eliza Ijlake; vice councilor, Racie ; Howell; associate vice cincilor, .Mary ' E. Bedeil; junior past councilor, P'lora Di.xon; associate junior past councilor, E.izabeth Golden; conductor, Elsie Johns; warden. Abbie C. Losea ; inside .sentinel, .-"..la Hoffman ; outside senti- , ne:, Emma Davidson; recfirding secre¬ tary. Eii^a Bentley ;'a.-sistant recordintr secretary. Sarah Braren ; tinbnciai secretary. Emmie P..Mount; treasurer. Etta Golden; trustee eighteen months, , Amy Padtrett. I The State Councilor made some Very eiu-ouraging remarks as to the growth of the order in the fiast year. At the close of the meeting refreshments were served and a very pleasant time -ri joyed by ail. Price's Jamaica Band has bee;; • :• gaged by Freeport Council, Jr. O. i . A. M.. for the convention h'Te on L'-.- bor Day. The band will ^icconipany the delegates to the beach and [day th'.-re for dancirii; in addition to jilaying . on the boat. caring to know what he was talking about. I do not know at this time who will be chosen to run the tractor, but I believe there is not a .Tian in the company who would not be wi.ling to leave the work to someone e.^e. or to an e.xnerienced chacffeur. bu: the vil¬ lage cannot afford this, and the men of the company must sacrif.ce rriore of their time than ever taking care of this engine and keeping it ready :'or use, realizing fully that the same .iear peo¬ ple who made the addlepated remarks as (jUOted are the same ones who would be happy to say "I told you so," if the driver should lend the truck in a tree or the tractor fail to start v. hen needed. WHAT'S THE DISTINCTION'.' The automohile of Herbert H. Hatch llf Garden City and th^ auto of Theo- philus Parsons of Hemiistead collided bt the corner of Hilton -Avenue and Third Street in (Jarden '.'ity, Wedr.es- I'.h-: ever'.ing.—Sentinel. Unclaimed Letters (Freeport Pad Office) Lest Friday eveniiig. of S7 clenry Street vihs very much sur- (irise.i when a nun.be; ..f her friends called. The party Inc.udtd the follow¬ ing; .Misses Madeline and Sadie Dur¬ yea, .Mhud and (ieorgianna Stone, Lil¬ lian Patterson. .Anna Gal.ahger. --\de- laide Sweeney, .iuiia t^luinlan of Brook¬ lyn, an<l Florence Brurr' of Binghamp¬ ton, N. Y.. Le lioy Si;iith. Harrv Hunt. Frank Baldwin. Geofry 'ilbert, Eu¬ gene Morrell. Vincent James, Raymond Cortis, Kenneth J.hriSjr., Charles Wulff and Adolph Wu.tf. jr.. (.f Brook¬ lyn. ¦'ing -Miss Irene Krenieiberg. i and stenographer ht the Nas ty Review office, is vacati'.;!. .Mr. an.i .Mrs. .). .- Mrs. S. F. Pearsall. phin ar.d .Miss .Nia:; day for an au'.o trip be gone for hbout a riKeeper I Coun- week's hin. .Mr. and ¦ -Mary Sut- Iss ieft Tuts- Vl:,;ihbr:i. to II.g ol tne 1 '.re t^oui.vii was he.c. h, !.ie truck house on Church Street, lor the purpose cf orTloially inspecting tht new- Mack tractor attached to Truck No. I. Chief Loonain» requested President Lamb and Trustee Raynor, the only two members of the Village B^ard in Freeport at the time, to meet him at the truck house at -4:15, or sooner, to inspect the apparatus before the meet¬ ing of the Council. At 1:10 the gong on the fr.-nt of the house started ring¬ ing for a call sent Liv Chief Loonam from the c ir".er of Long Beach .Avenue and Olive Boulevard. The apparatus, with filicut twelve men. including the mendier' of the Board, answered the cail, g-iiir.g up Church and .Main Streets to Brooklvn Avenue, through Brcoklyi. -Avenue to Long Beach -Avenue, dowi L mg Beaci: .Avenue t.i Olive Boulevard and the time was 90 secon.is. from tbe tirst tap of t*..- t eii on the front of the house. Returninir t j;.;tirs. liie Council went into stss.'i!!. ..nen the Company Comniittee reported that so far as pos- .^ible they iiad cm; ared tl:e apparatus with specificati. ns and four.d it to lie as snecilied. T.'ie apparalu^ haJ been (ireviously ins;, -cjed by the individual members of the Council, and a recess was taken to give the apparatus its Follow the Crowd, Go To the Ball Game Former Supervisor Smith Cox, as State CommitteerriH.-i. '.viil refiresent the Republicans of till- I ounty at the Conference at Saratoga this week. Wfiile he will be the delegate, a nuri- ber of Iirominent Republicans frorri the County will also be jiresent. Sheriff Ste[)hen P. Pettit is one of the County otficihiB who will be there.^—Eagle. The corrected time of mail, arriving and closing, is published in the Village on the Vlaln in v/.t ected at any minute, Frank)urt i> the nearest large city to Bad Naiihein. Thero is no fighting I This Saturday afternoon at the Sea- nei.r there j'jst i.t I'resent. j man -Avenue grounds. Freeport will —'I'ablet, Aug. 14. ; piay the third game of the season with the Baldwin .A. A. These two teams have met twice before, F'reeport win¬ ning the first game in .5 innings and also taking the second. Baldwin is fiut for revenge this week, and a trood game is a certainty. - Rev. W. L. Davison of Fleet Street .M. K. Cnurch. Ero'klyn. preached in the Freeport .M. E. thurch Sunday tnorning. before a larfTe congregation. Mis- liene L. VanRiper sang the offer- 'ory so.... Rev. J. Sidney Gould will be back from his vacation and will preach both Directory this week. There has been morning and evening in the Presbyter- B number of changes in the times, ian Church next Sunday. made necesaary by the change of meth- , Oli of handling the mail.s on the Long Island Railroad, and a copy of the cor¬ rected list will be valuable lo those in¬ tereated. (Special Correspondent) . The iriBBtpierade at Kegel's Pavilion Saturdav was attended by at least 300 people, many of them professionals Sunday's races were won as fullows : 220 yds, by James Smith ; second, P'red Ware ; 440 yd. race, M. Cutler first;' Rhodes, second. About t) p. m. a party of about ^ I people in an auto took dares by diving l in the water fully clothed, hats and all ; on, even the ladies staying in at least ; l.'i minutes that way. Special This Week 150 roll 2-inch Chicken Wire reg. price cut price : A bread and cake sale wil on Saturday afternoon by the ladies of the Baptist Church in the store next to the gas ofiice on the .Merrick Koad. A splendid assortment of cakes will be on sale. Pope Succumbs to bronchial Trouble Pope Pius X died at the Vatican in Rome early Thursday morning. Grief over the war in Europe caused Ihe Pope much depression, and several days ago symptoms appeared of the old bronchial affection from which the Pope had suffered in times past. The condition rapidly [became serious and the end came early Thursday morning. POPE'S SUCCESSOR On the tenth day after the death of the Pope the secret conclave of the Sacred College of Cardinal!, which selects his successor, will liegin in the palace of the Vatican. This lapse of time permits the Car¬ dinals from all over the world to as¬ semble in Rome. There are sixty- three prelates who have the right to take part in the choice ofthe Pontiff— five Cardinal Bishops, fifty-four Car¬ dinal Priests and four Cardinal Dea¬ cons. The Conclave is both the name and meeting place nf the session. The Conclave as a meeting place consists of a section of the Vatican especially Walled for the purpose. All outside windows are sealed, every deor is locked. Thus, entirely cut off from the outside world.the ('enclave chooses a successor to the Pope and no mem¬ ber of the Conclave may leave, except for serious illness, until a successor has been chosen. Four days was re- Reserved seat tickets for Kit Carson quired in choosing Pope Pius X. On Buffalo Ranch Wild West shows will one occasion,the election of Gregory -X be placed on sale enrly on morning of (1271) two years was required. exhibition day at Chubbuck's drug Formal "coronation" takes place on store at no Yachts on Great South Bay Babylon, Auguot 13—The ofiening be held regatta of the second annual week's cruise of the Great South Bay Yacht Racing Association, which was held otf the Babylon Club'.s dock here yes¬ terday, was an unqualified success. There was a large assemblage of boats, fair weather marked the day and the presence of many ladies added Stevens Duryea touring car, driven by Ui:i'laim>.d :..'tters f- r tne i.ii.owinc are advertised at the Freep.irt P.ist Office: Brennan, -Mr. 'A'm. K. Caider. -Mrs. .1. Fusch. KImer Hoerr, -Mrs, E. S I.evinson, Mrs. I. .Mullin, .Mr. Charles .Millfaek, Mr. C. Pierce, .Mr. C. F. Pearsall, Mr. Clyde Peek, Mr. Henry Parker, .Mrs. Jeannett.- Fl. Rogers. .'VIr. Chas. H. Schaupp. Mr:-^. Alonzo Smith. Mr. A. Shepherd, Mr. G. H. Sullivan. Mr. John J. Sherman, .Mrs. S. F. Searby, Mr. Ira R. Taylor, Miss W. Z., 3 Tarereh, .Mrs. Marie Tanker, Miss Mary Utley, Mr. Edwin Zebjosvaki, T. P>lix Robt. G. Anderson, P. M. August 17, 1914. Automobiles Collide About 12 o'clock .Monday night a 'hi M .M ar R ve . V 1 Herr- .s. Gus ys. Ida cnigan. d Mr.-. . .^evelt 1 from •hn are not only beauty but lustre to ,<the gay scene. /' Every boat in the harbor was gay with flags and bunting and the honors were equally divided in this line. The regatta committee, J. R. Cur- Percy Boydert and occupied by Harry Chilton and Lefferts Williamson, who were in the rear seat, was run into by a touring car driven by William An¬ derson, on .Merrick Road, in front of the Loft property in Baldwin. The .$2,.'')0 -¦fS.tlO $3.5(1 4 ft. wide $3.00 B ft. wide $3.8,'') « ft. wide $4.50 t)-Cedar Mops, 69c (Jarden Hose. 9c ft. Da Silva Main St. next to P. O. Merrick Road Advertiaement Burrneco Print Butter, delicioui fla¬ vor, hest on earth. G. W. Raynor. Advertisement Try my special box of cut flowers, 7,'jc. for the weekend. C. R. Ankers, ¦ florist. Rockville Centre, L. I. Tele- • phone connection; delivery anywhere. ; Advertisement. Smith & Bedell talk prescriptions in ¦ their advertisement this week. , AdTertisement ' ley, chairman; A. L. Stoutenburgh, "outing car.coming east,turned a curve and F. de Murias, were ably assisted ' '" ^^e road and met the other car going Dv Stephen W. Hamilton, Dr. Rice and i "^'^^^ Commodore DeVprsa. i t^^ih cars had to be towed to The House Committee : F''rank Orr, i 8'""agf ?- G. C. Wood and Vice Commodore John ' ("hilton,who was hurt in an automo- Snedicor, provided an unu.sual enter- ' ^"^ accident a few days previous, was tainment program. The ladies had bruised and cut about the head, and nothing but praise for this part of the ' ^"'^ ""*'"''«'^'^J ^r. William Runcie. program. Dancing and music with ' B"'.^''^«'" »"'' Williamson were thrown sufficient refreshments to feed an army /'"' "*' the i-'ar and bruised, were the features. i r^ Thirty-two boats started in the sev- FaCtS AboUt the UrCUS eral racing classes at the call ol the ¦»•—»' Regatta Committee at 2 p. m. Course No. 2 was sailed. There was a fair full sail breeze, and at no time were the crews called upon to exhibit any real heavy seamanship. Owing to a shift in the wind after the start there was practically no windward work. In the BB cat class the Joy protest¬ ed the Pawnee, but the committee dis¬ allowed it. In the U. C. cats the -Miss Phuia c;reeb e : .Ne'v i ork is road test. Going north on -Main Street, visiting .Mr. and .Mrs. L'. Jonf.^of Long the tracc.ir attained a speed of from'.'.''i Beach Avenue. ' to 30 milts ;ier hour, the speed caiied for in the contract being 2" miles. Tilis speed was maintained al! the way to Roosevelt. ' On the returr. t.i quarters the i ;:ly other re-,;uiren.ent to be n>et was the cha;)ging from nmtor tn horse drawn ap)iarat;is. which the contract deman,!- ed be done in an hour, but which the i Company stated could be done in twen ty minutes under favorable cor.d'.tior.s. This consisted of running out tbe trHc- tor. after jacking up the truck, put¬ ting in the old front wheels, which iiad been ritted with a duplicate lower half of the fifth wheel, lowering the truck and leaving it in condition to hitch the horses. This took exactly four min¬ utes from the start. Fleversing the process, ar.d Changing back to motor apparatus, whioh required back inu the tractor to a fraction of an inch to.ik five and oi.e-half minutes. The Council reconvened and decided to accept the apparatus and recom¬ mended t'j the 'v'illage Board that the bill of the Company be paid. It was also decided to keep the instructor here for one week more lieyond the contract Editor of the Review;— ! time, which exiiired .Monday night. Can there be no suppressif.n of the | A letter was ordered sent to the In vandalism of the young ho'Kliums that ' ternatlonal .Motor (.lonipany giving the run at large in the northwestern sec- , results of the test. tion of our village'.' .The apparatus was described in our For some time the residents of ."-^ea columns lasl week. The test Saturday man Avenue fiave been annoyed by the afternoon was .inder the direction of robbing "and destruction of their fruit '. A. B. House, the salesman who secured trees. Apple trees are stripped, pear , the order, and the instructor is George trees robbed and even the branches of i (ir^en, of the International -Motor ('om- plum trees near the hoj.se have been , pany, who is securinj: excellent results broken off and carried lo some rendez-Ifrom the men. vous. Not even the beautiful and spa-1 The members of the Council who in- cious grounds of one of Freeport's most , spected the apparatus and later unani- prominent residents and one to whom j mously voted for its acceptance were: it owes much of its progress, are im- ; Chief B. J. Loonam, Asst. Chiefs H. mune, as this and the school vegetable 1 E. Pearsall and James R. .Smith, War- and flower garden, are favorite haunts. , dens Albert Whaley, of Hose 1 ; .John Are the parents and guardians woe- ' R. S. White, of Hose 2; Lester Bedell, fully ignorant or mereiy indifferent'.'j of Hose 3; Oscar Rupert, of Engine 1, It is not only unsafe to absent onesself : and (Charles O. Niles and Frank S. but these rascals even come while peo-[ Snedeker, jr., if Truck 1. pie are home. .Mrs. L uise .A.tiers ?,:-id iich of .New 1'orK (, it.- ar.d . Hopf of Dayton, '.ihio, iin.i Verschorr of Grand Rapids, spent the weekend with Mr. Henry E. J. Schitfer t ¦ Place and .Merrick R lad. I .'- I-ost card has ievr. rece ;Dr. and Mrs. W. A. R..iM.rd. apendini: a vacation' at VVestport, Conn. ¦ .Mrs. Richard says Ilr. Ri 'hBid is en- j.lying himself piayiiig go.;, but she is , "contetu lo view tne landscape with-: ou! chasing a ball Ufl and down hill."' ; Vv'ednesday was VVi.liani H, Patter- i son's birthdav, and in ceiebratinn <if the event he took the riiembers of D. '[ B. P. Mott Post. G.A.R., to -he beach. j It took three fioats t.i chrry the mem¬ bers and their friends, about 1.50 in '. number, an(i Mr. Patterson's birthday . was very well ct-.ebrhted. i Communication >l droartmant Get your tickets yet for the riK.ving idcture show.' It is to be hei.i at the Crystal Theatre fer three nights, Aug¬ ust 2o. 27 and 2!^. and tickets will be good f.ir any of the tbrte evenings, with change of pict'.:res every night. LEST WE FORGEl" L.'isl year there was citnsidernble dis¬ satisfaction about tht"" entries for the athletic events on Labor Day. son'e of the members claiming they (iid not know when thev cloised. This year they close (.n September 1, at -"i p. m., with S. Dirnon Smith, and no entries ¦ -ved after that time. I wr. Ie (.'hief Loonam at Geneva asking fur the riarr.es of the P'reej nrt- ers who were in attendance atthe State Convention. His reply to my letter i.s so inteiesting that I am printing it as it !s writteii: "The department here is ail vciun teer except chemical (smla and aidd) which l.as two paid nji-n who net hs dri\ers. .All American La France. Truck is a five ton aerial, with tillei, rubber tires. (juarters of Depart¬ ment are tine, but we have them lieat en a mile. Through ex-Chief May- land. Chief Wilson of Dunkirk and others, F'reeport delegation received a grand reception. (I need not a.id that Freeport was wtdl known before wearrivedl. As Chief of Freeport Dept. I placed the matter of election of tire wardens before ('ommittee on Resolutions and Chairniiin (''Connor favored it and I expect it will cme through (it ni.irnin^j's st ssion. (inei- da and New York City had bid-- in for nexl convention, luit up State won out. The presenl bimrd will iirobalily be re- elecl>'d. al-o Krnest Seebuseti nf Kicli¬ mond. The delegates are Henr> S. Starr, bihii 1. Boland, -George All.-ii, William S. .Merrill, F.Harold Looimm, ex-Chief .Mayland. Frank Wood nl lioosevelt and myself, liarry Stan- says he is Well and happy and all lhe boys join ine in sending out best wish¬ es to our home town. Billy .Merrill is as u«ual our scut. .lack Boland is baiipy. Elks h.iine here ii 'Taxaver. Constance Wins Four Prizes Anti-Suffrage Meeting "bang up." Yours, etc., B. J. L. His conirades in the F'ire Deiiart¬ ment will lie inten-sted in a letter re¬ ceived from .Milford VanRiper. form- erly of Truck 1. who is now employeil and residing at Poughkeepsie, N. Y. He writes "above all things I miss is the good old F. F. ID." He says tbey have a tine Volunteer department in Poughkeepsie and do tine work. He saw them work at a big fire in lhe business section, and speaks highly of the way they banciled the blaze. The department has a lit foot aerial truck, America I.a France, with Amer¬ ican La France tractor; a six cylinder triple combination engine; two steHni engines, one horse drawn and one trac¬ tor, and four hose wagons. He re marks that this does not seem large for a city of 34,000, and all volunteer with the exception of the driver in ev¬ ery house, with three relief men. It is a safe bet that "Mif" had the hardest job of his life to stay outside the fire lines when he was watching that big fire al Poughkeepsie. If he joins the department there, our loss will be their gain, for "Mif" was a On Saturday, August 22, Kit (ar¬ son's big 3 ring Wild West Circus will .exhibit at Freeport. afternoon and night. This is the largest amusement enterprise of its character in the world. Solid trains of their own. double length cars are required for the transportation of this colossa. attrac tion. Never before have so many features been combined under one White Hope was disqualified for foul- management. The aeroplane for in¬ ing a buoy. .All the boats in the F stance is but one of the strange sights class were disqualified. Regis H. ' to be seen with this exhibition. -Not Post's jr.'s Kewpie, for not carrying a model but a Curtis-Farnum aeroplane life preservers and an anchor, and the furnished by the Chicago Aeroplane other two for going around Sumpwam's .Manufacturing Co., and guaranteed to. The Merrick Ass.iciation Opposed ti Woman's .>uffrage has arrranged i public mass meeting to lie held in the fireman from the ground up. Fire Hal! on the evening of Wednes- Probablv the most prominent vacht i <iay, September 2. at ^:1,'"J o'clock. on Long Island is the Constance', the j ^'s^-Alice Hill Chiltendon, president handsome and speedy sl-ion owned hv j'jf the New York State Association Commodore Southard of tbe South | Oppose 1 l-n Won,an's SufTrage. .Mr. Shore Yacht Club. The Constance won ' <Joodw in of Washington and others will address the meeting. As this ir. the hrst [loiiticai mass meeting Mer¬ rick h»s held in some time, thi- voters street are requested lo turn out in good num bers to listen to the Anti-Suffrage arg against votes for wonnn. three out of five firsts in the contests last week at Babylon. Islin and Patch¬ ogue, under the auspices of the fireat South Bay Racing .Association. There were about -nOii yachts in the regattas, and the Constance, besides \ ument the three tirst prizes, won the cham¬ pionship trophy. This boat was the only sailing vessel taken to the regat¬ ta by the I'reeport yachtsmen, motor- boats being owned by most of the members. The regalia ended Satur¬ dav. WeeklyWeatherReport (For our readers other localities) Point.- -Times. Marriage Bureau The following marriage licenses give flights daily. It wili circie the ' city and alisht at show grounds for \ the public's inspection. , A menagerie of trained wild animals is also an innovation with a wild west show. Elephants, camels, buffalo and Fourteen Years Ago (Items of intere^^ tri.m l' fourteen vears :ij.'(. ll. vie-w fileH kl extra charge. Reserva- the first Sunday or Holy Day after I have been granted by Town Clerk Gil- ^'"'^"^'" j°'^'^^ j'"""^'''f'"'^'" o^ ^i tions can be made at any time. Make election, in St. Peter's, but the Pope's bert; yours now and be sure of best seats on authority begins with the moment ofj August -John Brinsley Sheridan circus day. Advert'sament. K '"* Goal will cost more next month, now and save money. Freepart 'fWai Co. Advertlsemtmt. Hosiery, Underwear and Sweaters for men, women and cbildren direct from the mill to the wearer; delivered when want'ed. These goods are made his choice.—New York Press Obituary .MRS. .MARY M. COLYER The Rockawav Times reports the (ieath of .Mrs. Mary M. Colyer, mother of Whitson Colyer, of this village, on .Monday of last week, at the residence of her son George, in Brooklyn, in her 7Sth year. Besides her son, Whitson. uhe leaves 3 otiier sons. 14 grandsons r by the Krossknit-Direct Mills and are and 1 granddaughter. of the higinest grade. They cannot be purchBied over any counter. Permit Frederick B. Kearney, two year old me to submit samples for vour inspec-, son of Freilerick H. and Jessie C. tion without any obligation to place an Kearney, diea of septic poisonaig at order. Drop a card or 'phone. E. A. his i^me, 197 East Seaman Avenoe. Greenleaf. 84 Wallace Street, 'phone on Sanday. Funeral services were 59-J. , held Tuesday, Kev. Saul O. Curtice, AdyerUsei-ient. pa«<or of Freeport M. E. Cburch, offi- ciating. Interment in Cedar Grove Daniel Frehnian presents the popular Cemetery. C. A. Fulton, funeral di- favorite. Hazel Dawn, in the famous rector. lateriiMtionai roinafice, "One of Our ^ — Girla," by Bronson Howard, in foi* reel* of root iou pictures. To busKown at tba PlaM, Wediaeaday, AaguH 2(>; ¦Mtiase aad tpaamag. A«verMt<ea»a*t. Remeaiber tbe (iate, Wednesday, September 2, Anaette Kellerasaa, ia "Neptune's Daagh«er, " at the Plaaa ; ¦%*M«e a»«l av«iia4t. Adv< peds and quadrupeds. A two mile street pageant glittering with gold and silver, will delight the eye and (he ex<)uisite music of the three big bands will please the lovers of harmony. Coming aa we do froiri the largest ranch in the world, we carrv nothing but t-he very best of riders and ropers and guarantee to ride any horse or mule free of charge if brought to the show grounds and offer a reward if we fail. The Cossacks with the show were selected from the Czar's cavalry in Russia and are without doubt the finest horsemen in the world. Then there are the Rough Riders from the plains of South America, Vautjueros from Old Mexico.'champion lady riders of the world, imported European nov¬ elty acts of every description, bands of Sioux, Cheyenne and Commanche °'p Indians with their picturesque squaws and papooses. .A dozen comical clowns in fun and ffolishness. In fact two hours will ba required to pnesent the program and you wiil leave the .. .....-, J - P*'^" show grounds a true friend nnd earnest eep*en ot the trials aad triumphs of a advocate oi Kit Caracas Big Tbre*. daa»,ing AraeTican girl »br«ad, fcatur- r,^ Buffalo Ranch Wiid Weirt Circus. ing the «ici>a.ting little star. Has.! ; gut doa't fcrget the date. Two of Smithville South and Gertrude Ber- nadette Redmond of Smithville South. .Married same day by Judge Walter R. Jones of Hempstead, 1(1—George Wanser of Seaford and Tomine Nelson, of Seaford. Marrie(I same day by Judge Jones of Hemp¬ stead. ' Frank Joseph Goodwin of Rockville Centre and Emily Mary Fowleyof Vai¬ iey Stream. 11-F'ranklin Langdon of Lynbrook and .Magdalene Simonson, East Rocka¬ way. Married same day by Rev. Eg¬ bert C. Macklin of East Rockaway. 18—Christian Frank Adams of Mun son and Anna Mary Kiefer of Elmont. Pettit Wrigtit of Freeport and Eliza Johnson of Valley Stream. Married same day by Rev. Saul 0. Curti Free-fKirt. "One of Our Girls, draaiati Warren, 4 year oid son -.f Em.ery Johnson, narrowly escaped drowning in Woodcleft Channel, being pulied out by "Little Minnie Smith." Dr. Edwin Carman liad.y hurt in runaway. Charles T. Baldwin hit iiy railroad train and reported dead, but had only a severe scalp wound. H. L. Crandell elected member of Board of Education lo fill vacancy caused by resignation of Dr. G H. Hammond W. R. Post elected clerk. Coming Events Saturday. -August 22 ' "Tht circus is coming to town." Tuesday, Septeniber 1 Moonlight sail to Long Beach by Ep¬ worth League of Freepori .^d. t. Church. Mci.day, Seple.Tiber 7 Annua! Slate Session ef the Jr. O. U. A. M. .Annual parade, inspecxion aad field di%' of tne F're Department. Friday, August 14—(Jooler and clear. a fine day afler a week of sticky weather. Saturday Sticky again, very warm. Sunday Cliear, warm, cool wind. Monday—Muggy, overcast, showers in afternoon. Tuesday — Hot and muggy, overcast. Wednesday—Very hot. Tbursday—Cloudy aiid slight.y coiiier in a. m. More Freeport News on Page 20 The Firemen's Reason Comiilaint lid'- rt-iiilii-d this oftice of the frequeiicN with whnh thenewniol- or tractor of Truck 1 is seen on the streets. purticuiarly tbe biiiineHs he members are not "joy riding " when you see them, but are (ret- ting practice while tbe insiructor in here. Tlie apparatus has not left tlm house without him being on it, usually slandirig with hia iiand on the emerg¬ ency brake. Sooner nr Inter snnie member of that compiinv is yoiiig to bu called ufion to run tbat tractor through those very streets, and he cnn not get the practice of running tbrough ciowded streets if he iirnclices in a back street. Tne insiructor gave tlia men that kind of instruction before Un let them come out where Ihere waa truffic and is now doing his besttopet the rner, thnroughly accustomed to the work before he leaves Freepori. After that the truck will seldom be seen on the streets, except to answer an alarm of fire, and then the man at the wheel might better be one who hns driven through heavy traffic. Canting, Wednesday, aepteiuber 2, at the Plaea. .Annette i;eil»rmtn,"The Perfect Woi.;an," in th* s^ectaaular r. .-1. rT m. J ' '"' I BUI ooa t lorgei ine uate. two per- '''•'-•^<. s,......,.,,, ... l... .^-.^^....ui.i Dawn, at the Plaaa, WadiMeday, An-1 },^„^caa oaly oa Saturdav AoKuat pJetorial triJBrw.h, "N*pnjnes Daogn rust 26: Bsatiaae aad av«Mw. Jf at ^ee»wt. »er," in eigni ree*^. A*vsrtlo«ase«t Sale of Lands FOR Unpaid Taxes County Treasurer Hegeman gives notice in this paper that he will hold a Sale of Lands for Unpaid Taxes on the 9TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1914 at 10.00 o'clock A. If., at the County Court House in Mineola. For ownership and description of property to be sold tee Pages 6 to 16 of this paper.
|Title||Nassau County Review 19140821|
|Title||Nassau County Review 19140821|
Official Paper of Nassau County
FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, AL'QUST 21. 1914
Vcl. XIX, No. 34
HIGHWATEK TIDK T.\BLE
News of the Churches In the Fraternal Orders Local Topics
Social and Personal
Subject of • nd .
Sermons, S tther doinuft and churrh
:rvice« n the
of the week Doings