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Nassau County Review Official Paper of .Nassau County FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 1914 Vcl. .XIX, No. 47 Freeport News of the Churches Social and Personal In the Fraternal Orders^ Local Topics HIGHWATEK TIDE TABLE Tt,e-e iiPi.p-«r«lorSaiHh H<«ik. D^.lurt ¦.'.2 I'linU-for H,-,„ji t-.tV Hmj.) Friday. .Nov. 20 9:39 p. m. Saturday, 21 10:33 p. m. Sunday, 22 11:32 p. m. Monday, 23 12:84 a. m. Tuesday, 24 1 :44 a. m. Wednesday, 25 2:44 a. m. Thurs,day. 26 8:46 a. m. Friday, '21 4:41 a. m. Saturday, 28 .5:28 a. m. ;t ol Sermoni, S.rric.* o^' the •nd .ther doincs in tli« churchca and churcb •oci.ties ' I The Loyal Sons' Club of the Pres- | byterian Church will give a play in | three acts, entitled "Facing the! Music," on Friday evening, December | 4, at 8 o'clock, in the Presbyterian I Chapel. Tikets can be secured from j the members at 2.5 cents each. I M.inir About CuesU, ViuU and P.rtiet ot Freeporters .ad Their Friends Doinis in tbe soetat fnXemai oig.nii.lions of j CommenU . Freapart .advicinitr. a nf .Mrs. James T. Powers, wife of the well known actor, returired Tuesday to her home in New York, from a The annual memorial service of Freeport Lodge No. 1253, B. P. 0. E., will be held in the Lodge Room, Sun day afternoon, December U Bro. Max explanations nol lature, on village al by the editor I^!!*!!" '"ii"-'"r.„'!„.l^fi,;^u^'""Lf;''l» I R'o*e"nvrald"of'N^wVork' Lod'^VNo'."! House. Mrs. Powers thinks Freeport is an unusually clean, pleasant com* munity, and enjoyed her stay immense- ly- May Carpenter is announced to lead ; the Epworth League meeting Sunday Single copies of the Review for sale , night in the M. E. Church; topic, "A at Greenhlatt's and Braithwaite's, Rail-1 Song ol Thanksgiving road Avenue; Michnoff's, Nassau County Review, DaSilva's and Go- betzV, Main Street; DaSilva's, West Merpck Road. tf Thursday being a holiday, this office will be closed all day; likewise the Postoffice and banks. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Pearsall of Leonard Avenue, entertained a nomber of frienda Monday evening in honor of the sixteenth anniversary of their,wed- ding day Many pretty gifts, with will deliver the oration, and a special musical program is being prepared. The annaal ball of the Lodge will be held in tbe Club House New Years Eve, December 31. Freeport Chapter No. 302, R. A. M.. will visit Melchizideck Chaptei at First Church of Christ, Scientist.-1 ding day Many pretty gifts, withi^'«" Cove next Monday evening .Services Sunday morning at 11 o'clock; the congratulations of the guests, were ' A"'"" w>>l leave the Freeport Club Sunday School aame hour; Wednesday received. A novel entertainment was 1 """^^ °" ^^°^'« Street at , o clock, evening testimonial meeting at 8 j enjoyed with the bountiful supper j —«..-.,.—-. o'clock; Hempstead Bank Building; | served by the host and hostess. Among; At the regular meeting of the Won, Booming Inland Waterway .\ iijevting ill tii' intei>sts <¦; '.i.v (iroposed Inland Waterway to cnrinect Jamaica Bay and Peconic Bays was held at Fraternity Hall Friday even¬ ing. Because of the short notice giv¬ en tbe meeting was not properly adver local trolley on Grove Street. The ''«e<l' ""^^ 'he attendance was small, officers report that business is not so but those present wire enthusiastic, good as it was lust year at this time. : ""d listened with deep interest to the A large part of their traffic is carrying !t»'k by Mr. Kilmer of tbe Jamaica fiehermen between the depot and bay. Bay Improvement Associatnn, who is and a large percentage of these fisher- ! «'so an official of the Long Island Wat- men are Germans. This year they are erways Association, and Philip E. Titt- not going fishing aa much as usual, as many of them candidly admit that they are afraid to do so. For a deal of the WAR INTERFERES WITH BUSI.NESS A far reaching result of the war abroad is noticed in tbe traffic of our man of 132 .Nassau Street, counsel the Inter-Coastal Waterway system, both (if whom havt- made a long study fishing they have to go about 10 miles of this plan and are working hard for off shore, and for fear thut some Ger- ' 'ts -success. At the close of their talk an inform hi discussion was held. Village Presi- In the Fire Department "1>"rri .1 Interest to and about th. fir.ns.a 11 our local d.partnn.nt At the rtqueitof the Board of Trade the Echo calls attention to the fact that the tire apparatus should be given right of way when responding to fire alarm.'^. At present it is the custom for autoisis, motorcyclists, horses and wagons and pedestrikrs to race to the scene of the fire, giving the firemen little if any room, and resulting in ac¬ cidents such as happened to Chief Campbell last week Make way for the tire apparatus. —Glen Cove Echo. man war vessel may come along and pick tbem up and take tbem over •object next Surjday, November 22, j those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Jere j an's Relief Corpa Wednesday evening ¦ help in the lighting, they stay off the ^^^^ Lamb assured the visitors of the "Teddy" .Mohr, for several years a Tiopular assistant in Hagan's butcher shop, has chan2?d to Adel's Marhet in the Jaggs building. ".Soul and Body." | DeMott. Mr. and .Mrs. Harry DeMott, two members were initiated. Miss j ocean and refuse to take any chances. "Thanksgiving" will be the subject | Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Dixon, Mr. and Remsen of Freeport, and Miss Mc-I - on Thanksgiving Day. There will be i Mrs. John McAvov, Mr. and Mrs. James Grodsky, of Hempstead. After thel NOT SOLICITING FUNDS a service at lO.H, a. m., with testimon-1 Coward, jr.. Miss Medill. Edward ! business meeting a handsome rocker \ i'a- ^ _^ i Schmidt, .Miss Esther Dixon, J E. ~, ,. ,*",' "" ,. . r. ! Nolan, jr., Mri-. Robbins and J. Hein. _. , . , ,, ¦ . • Thi- hpworth League ol the Freeport • , The Crystal Lake Ilouse is becoming ^, y (.,,^^^.,, ^j,, j,^,j ^^ entertain- ''"'''¦ H favorite resort for select fishing par- ¦ „,^„^ ^^^^ evening, December 7, I ., Flterich of Cottaire Court Mrs ties which keep the tabes well --"P-• m Brooklyn Hall, Brooklyn Avenue. '^^^.^^^'^^^^^^ phed with the season s delicacies. Tickets are on sale at 2t cents each ",?? ^f^'^"" »"" ^•^'"- ^ • ^- ,^'''°" ; iicKeis are on sale at/o cents eacn. ' vvill be guests of the Hempstead Suf¬ frage Club today at the home of Mrs. At the Baptist Church next Sunda-, , [^Q^^ Vandewater on Franklin Street, morning the pastor will preach upon Hempstead, the subject, "Some Unthought of' ! Causes for Tbanltsgiv'iig." In the [evening, a delegation from the Baptist ! Union of Brooklyn will be present and Charles DeMott of Hempstead bus i t^^e charge of the service. A hearty purchased the interest of Ceorge Sil-1 «""« service will preceed the regular! ver in the United Cigar Store on Rail- i service led by one of the delegates, road Avenue, and Mr. Silver has re i Alexander's song book will be used, turned to the city. Mr. DeMott has i Everybody is cordially invited, similar stores in Lynbrook and Hemp-| The usual Union Thanksgiving ser-| Juegjay. stead. ivictwill be held on next Thursday i .Mr. VanRiper is a native of Brook-j'"K "P "lUch confusion. .„, „. , ,. ,, . -, , i''^^"':"'"K'»/,h«^'^"pt':*t Church, at! ;yn^ vvbere he was born about eighty-! Wednesday afternoon the Student fhe ofhcers o the Business Men s , Kl :.i.i. Dr Curtice will preach the ; five years ago, and his wife, who was staff met to begin the work to arrange AssiK-iation held a meeting at the , sermon, and Mr. Gould will offer the, Miss Deborah Talmage prior to her for the next issue of the Student .Mrs. Stiles is now managing a daU'' ing class at the Crystal Lake House every Tuesday afternoon, especially i for junior dancers: in the evening an ! adult class is conducted, in which Mrs. Stiles is assisted hy Harry Betzig. Lest our readers may be mislead in was presented to Mr. and Mrs. Isaac ' view of a similarity of name, I wish j Post, who were married recently An I to state that the .Nassau County Re- orange social and refreshments were view is not in any way connected with j enjoyed. any move to secure funds for the I avowed purpose of providing a Christ- I O I I %1 "'*^ ''^'^''' c<'lebration for the children School Notes ^^ ^^*^ vUlage. I am not questioning , either the motive ov the cause, but j Monday afternoon at s meeting of ; wish to avoid any misunderstanding, the Senior Class, Merritt Cutler and . deep interest of the Village of Free- port and volunteered to secure 2.') new members for the Association. Maps of this proposed waterway were distributed, nn which was iirinted the following, along the lines of the talk of .Messrs. Killmer and Tittmann: SOUTH SHORE Driver Frank Johns of Hose 2 dis¬ covered a tree burning near Foreman's lumber yard about 2 a. m. Sanday. He tried to extinguish the blaze, from which sparks were flying in the high wind, and finally, upon instructions from Chief Loonam, took out Hose 2 wagon and extinguished the fire, which is supposed to have resulted from a fire started near the base of the tree by !ionie children. Patchogue firemen were called uut at 1 :3(i Tuesday morning for a tire I VLA.M) WATERWAY which did $30,00(1 damage, according (Jamaica to Peconic Canall to the Brooklyn Times. -The fire was conlined to the building where it start- "' ed, which was destroyed, hut the gooil Establish an inland waterway for yvork of the firemen kept it (rom the 75 miles along the South Shore of other buildings in the vicinity, the Celebrating Wed¬ ding Anniversary Gladys Austin resigned as president | AN ENTHUSIASTIC FREEPORTER Long IsUnd affording safe, economic roots of which were afire several times, and vice president respectively, audi William P. Jones of South Ocean , I"'^*^*^*' *'"¦ P'easuie and commercial After the fire a man who had escaped Joel Pitcher and Marguerite Living-. Avenue is an jiident advocate of the ;'^'"l^"""'"''.'">^ ^*'.'>-'*'.''- . , , from the asylum at Central Islin was ston were elected to fill vacancies. many attractions of the Mr. and Mrs. Isaac VanRiper cele hrated their sixty-first anniversary of their wedding at their home, corner Randall Avenue ar.d Grove Street, ; who was within five counts of the class j above him was put in that clas", clear isses ' counts of the mg student. Crystal Lake House Tuesday evening. I'riiiiiiksgiving prayer. Special ar- The next meeting will beheld on Tues- rangements will be made to increase day. Decemtier 1. They will hold all the senting capHcity, so all may be ae- their regular meetings al the Crystal conimodated. Lake House hereafter. Xhe Sunday School is busy prepar- , ., , ,,, , ing a siiecial Thanksgiving servicH to At the Hempstead Poultry Show last ,,e called "The Land of Brotherhood" week, William h. Crevoiserat entered I ,,hich will be held Sundav seven Single Comb Huff Leghorns, | j^Ty^^.e^.ber 2!l. evening. marriage, is a native of Red Bank, N. j Miss Estes called the meeting to order J. She is past eighty. She is a rela-| and a numher of members presented tive of the late Rev. DeWitt Talmage. j material. This all has to he gone over .Mrs. VanRiper has been actively several times, but it was thought best connected with the Methodist Church to get all stories, etc., hnnded in so here aince living in Freeport, and is | that the staff could know wbat they still a prominent member of the j could count on having in the December church and the Ladies' Aid Society Village of Principal Arthur has posted a list of I Freeport. At the waterway meeting all classes, according to. the Regents':'as^ ^'''day night a gentleman re- Any student I tnarked jokingly that any peisoii hav¬ ing $25 in his possession would get out of Freeport as soon as he could. Mr. Jones immediately took the floor and said he didn't like such remarks: Free- port was the most up-to-date plac^ on Long Island from tlravesend Bay or Peconic Bay, and when public improve¬ ments were being agitated Fretport never had been and never would be be¬ hind. Dram and reclaim hundieds of acres discovered sitting on a doorstep and of valuable marsh lands fronting on the firemen believe they have found the water. the cause of several suspicious fires in Increase the proiierty valuations by h,h| „,.^r Patchogue. at least one third of their piesent val- ues, thu.-i adding not only to the wel- At a meeting of the Lynhrook Vil- fare of every property owner on Long lage Hoard Tuesday evening a niBii ap- Island, but also to public prosperity hy peared claiming damages to the aiiiount rea.'ion of greatly increased income of about :?2(i lo his automobile whicb wmning first, second and third cock ; second and fourth hen ; special for best | male ovi-r one vear of age, special for best shaped male, and silver cup tor j best dit[ilay. ! Rev. Dwight A. Jordan was the principal speaker at the funeral of Daniel S. Whitney, formerly Mayor of Brooklyn, at the Sands Street Memor¬ ial Methodist Episcopal Church on F'ri¬ day afternoon. Dr. Jordan waa a life long friend and a close associate of Mr. Whitney until his death. Mr. VanRiper also has been a lung- time active member of the .Methodist Church. Mr. VanFliper was for many years a In our last issue we stated that the barn burned at the corner of Bayview and .Atlantic Avenues on the ninth, was occupied hy Fred Christians. This building was formerly owned by Mr. Christian's father, Ceorge Chris¬ tians, but has not been occupied by them for some time. The property is owned by Martin E. Roche, as a sum¬ mer residence and was unoccupied at the time of the fire. The "County Fair" al the Presby¬ terian Church Wednesday afternoon and evening waa a pleasing succe's to the ladies who worked so hard for the event, and the profits will be from S140 to ,•5150. The blue ribbon was, aivarded to Mrs. P. A. Martin's gro-| P°'""'^'-¦°". . ,. ., cerv counter I super'ntending construction of large ' j buildings here and in several other towns outside of Greenpoint and Free- The Epworth League of the Freepori port. He had the contract for the M, E. Church will have the mock trial original Freeport High School building entitled "Ruggles versus the Pader- jn i^^^^ and built mosl of the brick wski Music School" on Monday, De-1 and atone buildings in this village, cember 7. at 8 o'clock, in Brooklyn i Mr. VanRiper is also interested in the llall. This musical comedy has much Freeport Artificial Stone Co., the busi- local color filled with witticisms, hum- ness being carried <in by his son, Ed¬ win H.-VanRiper. issue. THE PROPER VIEW Lasl week .one of our subscribers called at our office for a copy of our last issue as his had gone astray in The .Sophomore Debate Club held a ' delivery. He kindly gave us his good meeting Wednesday afternoon to talk opinion of our paper. In facl he said ever plans for the coming season. It The r, from the taxable values. Establish and develop iiiiiustrits, manufactures and shipping.. Stimulate all l/u?iiiies8 eiiteipi ises on Long Island and cieate new activi¬ ty in agricultural and home develu[i- ments. Atlord direct access to .N'ew York Harbor by the shortest and route. he said wns hit by a tire apparatus in that village. The Village Hoard has taken this uii ler consideration and on their decision will doubtless depend whether Lynbrook firemen have the right of way in the future, <.i are ob¬ structed Il they allow this claim, the firemen will have a hard time, but afesl if it can be proven that the right of way WB! not given to the apparatus. or and mirth galore. It is a gloom ispeller and a sure cure for the blues." P. C. I At the Methodist Church on Sunday I evening nexl Di. Curtice will preach i on the theme announced for last Sun- j day evening: "That Counterfeit Coin: , Where I Got It, What It Taught Me, 1 and What I Projiose To Do with II." I This sermon was postponed fro.m lasl CARD OF THANKS j Sunday at the request of the congre- Editor .Nassau County Review :— j gallon present, the heavy storm hav- Will you kindly, tbrough your paper. I ing made the attendance unusually extend our thanks to the many frienda | small. we are unable to reach per.sonally, for .\ meeting of the Sunday School their kindness and sympathy following Board will be held at the church on the sudden lojs of our husband and j next Mondav evening. Important faiher. F'riendship at these times | matters will engage the thought of means much, and we feel deeply the | the Board, kindness ot so many true loyal friends I The Union Thanksgiving Day ser- Mr. and .Mrs. VanRiper have .seven children, and 20 grandchildren, and are among the best known residents of our village. Speaking of Mr. VanRiper's charac¬ ter, one of the local newspapers well quotes Mr. VanRiper's own words: "I have lived a score of years more than tbe number allotted to man, but 1 am ready to go when the summons comes. 1 have few regrets now. What I have done in my life is an open book. 1 have tried to live aa God would have me and I believe I have partially succeeded. During our rath¬ er long married life, .Mrs. VanRiper and I have enjoyed the things (Jod has given us. We have tried to do as He would have us. " of the work last year. The Senior Junior Debate Club was organized last year and expects to continue success fully this year. An open debate be tween Huntington High School and Freeport High School is talked of, and should such a contest be held there will no doubt be great rivalry at Freeport to secure a position on the representa¬ tive team. So il is well that the Sophomores are getting an early start in the debate line. Solve the problem of shoaling inlets which is allowed il by State law the on the South Shore. This entire sec- example will probablv move of bene>it he would rather ^o without his .uni.er *'? '\"'-* '"«'•'*'=''">• ''""''''' ">'• .'^'^ '« the fire department. The decision ne would rattier go wiinout his supper ,n,^j^ being narrow, tortuous, shallow wjn he awaited with interest. and shifting. (jive accdss lo the South Shore for small cratl and barges from N'ew York, Harbor, East River, Long Island Sound, the rivers and bays of New Jer¬ sey, Erie Canal and Great Lakes, Hud¬ son River and its tributaries and the Intra C<iastal Canal System. The building of this canal will conned the remotest parts of Long Island wilh all the great inliiiid waterway system. Lakes and canal.s of the I'nittd States and Canada east of the Rocky .Moun¬ tain.'.. .Make the weathei a neglible factor in navigation. Orter increased oipportunitie.s for For instance, I am and always have been a Democrat, but I know you are on the level and I can depend upon what you say." That has always been our effort to be sure that what we printed is true, and a word of comment like this nat¬ urally "makes us feel good. ' V\(iN HY DEFAULT I guess we win on the Fire Council argument with ,!udge Creeii of Patch¬ ogue. The Patchogue Argus, of which he is editor, has had no more to aay <iii the propoaition of authority of the Fire Council, about which the Fire Depart- Diciit Coiuiiui of the Review contained quite an argument at one time. IMPRES.SIONS A traveling show appeared in the building on Main Street, opposite the Miss Maude A. Crane, a teacher in , Review Building, Saturday evening and the Grove Street .School, was called aiHyed several davs. After a look at naval opei ations by small craft. home Sunday morning, November 8, the sign on the front of the store, pur- Benefit an area vi 13n scjuare miles by the very sudden death of htr moth- porting to advertise the show, I didn't with a aummei population of MO,000 er, Mrs. Lucy Updike Crane, of Corl- )jke to ask any of our large staff of re- exclusive of the Horough of Brooklyn, land, N. Y. The shock was so great porters to "cover" this event, and Brooklyn and Queens would add nearly that Miss Crane is under the care of a none of them having volunteered, we 2,00(1,0011 more of population within physician and will be unable lo re-' Hre unable to give any detailed account Slime her school duties for a number ..f this "show ;¦ but if it was as at¬ oi weeks. , tractive as the sign spoken of, I guess The following account of the death , comment will he unnecessary, and funeral of Mrs. Crane is reprinted , from the Cortland Standard : \ Mrs. Lucy Oane, aged 6h years, widow 01 George R. Crane, died very WHY "PECULIAR' the Z'lMe of direct liciieliciul influence. (iive Long Island a fair chance to benefit by the construction of the one tliou.-siiul ton Erie Harare Canal toward the cost of which Long Island now con¬ tributes with taxation. Alioli-ih the inr--uraiii-e prtrniurns and neii'hbors. .Mrs. Sarab Smilh and family. Advartlawoont Unclaimed Letters (Frecpwi P«>t Office) CombF, Miss Edna Combs, Ellsworth Fisbbrist, Mr. E. H. Fairfield. Mr. George A. Jones, .Mrs. Emery Longo. (ieorge Moracoetz, Mr. Eid. Runk, .Mrs. W. Seymour Rush, Mr. John Raynor, John L., 108 Waverly Plsce Seaman, John C. Stein. Mr. M. A. Smith, Miss Helen, Wallace Street Trautwein, Mr. E. Ettio Wetchen, Mr. George Wear, Mrs. L. Robt, G. Anderson, P. M. November 17, 1914 Perfection oil heaters, $2.98 Cook stoves, $11.00 up Triangle O'Cedar Mops, 69c 100 piece China Set, $K.98 Flower Poat, all sizes Parlor Stoves, $2.60up I. DaSilva, W. Merrick Road. Tel. 386-W; 5 and 10c Store, 330-W. AdvorUsenMDt rhe Crystal Lake House has an at¬ tractive adv. in this week's issue, con¬ taining their Thanksgiving Day menu. Lewis H. Ross Co. quote some time¬ ly figures in their adv. this week. Adv«rUiwm«iit. vices will be held in the Baptist ('hutch, on Grove Street next Thurs¬ day morning at 10:,S0 o'clock. On account of this union service and owing lo the fact that other engage¬ ments will hold the people, the meet¬ ing of the Junior League, and the mid¬ week prayer service, will be omitted. The Woman's Foreign Missionary Society will hold its monthly meeting wilh .Mrs. Sherman C. Holaday, 155 Wallace Street, on Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mrs. .S. N Gibbons will have charge of the program. Contract Awarded for New Hose House \ An adjourned meeting of the Villsge I Board was held at the Village Offiq^i I Friday afternoon, with Presidenl Lamb and Trustees Randall and Bedell pres- lent. j The following bids were received: (Jeorge Raynor, $2798 j Fred S. Howell, $3150 I .Millard F. Bond, $3483 Ryder & Hansen, $2949 William (i. Miller, $2S96 F. L. J. Lee & Co., $328« ! J. .M. Baxter. $2926 I Otto Nilson, jr., $8434 George Reynolds, $8420 i The contraci was awarded to .'Vlr. I Raynor, he being the lowest bidder, I he to furnish I $1600. George E. Dutell "In the War" suddenly of heart disease on Saturday with a peculiar accident lasl week, evening at 9 o'clock at the home of He was attempting t.o crank his auto- her son, Grover J. Oane, 4 Venelte mobile and in doint; so the crank struck Street. Mra. Crane has enjoyed good , his arm, with the result that he will health until about two weeks ago when be unable to use il for weeks. - Eagle, .she was troubled with a slight attack ; I have been trying to figure what's of rheumatism. On Saturday evening I the "peculiar" feature ! We have men she seemed to be in good hep.lth, and 1 in Freeport who have done that same We noted some time ago George Du-1 !^"V» "hort time before her death sat i thing twice. tell's v»in effort to get into the French '" '^e silling room talking cheerfully : army. Although he went to France-lol «"h her son. A little before 9 o'clock | MONEY IN FIRE FUND enlist, Dutell was rejected on account ! ^^e went into the kitchen to perform j By securing bids on the new hose of lacking the proper number of teeth, ! her household duties and was engaged | f^^ Hose Company Ne. 1, the Village he having lost several in a collision on j'" ^his capacity when death occurred. the Merrick Road when his auto gol i The death came as a great shock to the out of control and "tried to climb a j "'«'"''"« "^ ^er farnily. Mrs. Crane had been an attendant of the p'lrst from Europe Dutell I Vj!!^^^TJl".,5_'^"''''^ *'"'"' ^"" *"**'¦ Charles U. Sto've ot Hempstead, met based on extra hazardous risks. At tree. On his return ^ ,,^ , - i i was quite discontented, and angry at I f'"""'." <^'""^'.*"V . , . the French doctor who rejected him j .. ^he's survived by three daughters, for scarcity of teeth. To George that I M"- David Osgood of Grolon, Mrs. W. was a silly reason. He didn't want to '¦ ^' ^^'^'y °^ Syracuse and Miss Maude bite the Germans: he wanted to shoot '^' ^rane of Freeport, L. I. ; one son, them. Meditating on the matter, he ^J'^^'f/J- ^rane of Cortland; one sis- thought of the British army. If he.^^'- ^"' ^ntia Cole, of Dryden. could get enlisted in that-allied wilh! , The funeral services were held Tues- the French army-be could fight Un'<iay aiternoon Rev. Carl W. Scovel, France, his father's native land, al-! P''«'°'" ."^ ^^^ Presbyterian Cburch, though himself a native of Long Island ''=""'^"'=""K ^be services. In his re- marks Mr. Scovel spoke ef the faith¬ ful and loving devotion of the deceased to her family, and of her simple but effective life. He trusts that the lives of the four children and eleven grand We next learn of Dutell taking an Anchor line steamer to Glasgow. There be succeeded in satisfying the doctor and "got past." He changed his name to George Fran:is—that look¬ ed "more English, you know"--and, ,,.,,,. wa. assigned lo a place in the Royal I "^ ».*''"'^ «' d loving mother and grand- Engineers, electrical department. in ; «'>other may have inherited the same order to get in, he had to d^lare him-i "P""; °^'°^f, ""'^ '°y»''>' "h'-'h «he self « «uh.*t nf Kin<,r,»nrcr« <nr.,h-I has shown all th.ough her life Board has save<l about $700 for the company, as the plans were approved and accepted by iMr. Fredrick, who gives tbe land in exchange for having I the fire house located on his properly, j and by the hose company and the Fire I Council. I would suggest that now that the price for the house is lower than was figured, that hot water be substituted for ateam heat. Having spen* several I hundred dollars to get rid of a steam j plant because I found il lo be unsatis- i factory, where nol watched all tbe ! time, I feel qualified to make this sug- I gestion. present, in many oases, no insurance on cargoes can be obtained and for this reaaon leading lowing lines often re- fu.se sbijiments to the Soutli Shore of Long Island. Any insurance placed is classified as extra iiaZBi'dous. Estahlish a new comjietitive route lor trade and trBHic equivalent to an¬ other railroad on Long Island. The amount of trade and tralhc on Long Island is apparent from the fact that Long Island now supports three lines ot railroad: The South Shore, Ihe Main Line and the .North Shore branch es. The entire cosl of constructing the (irojiosed Inland Waterway would be equal lo the cost of constructing one single track line of 75 miles, the length of the projected canal. This I'IKK (COUNCIL The .November meeting of Ihe Firf Council was held Wednesday evening. Present were C'hiefs Loonam, I'earsall and Smith; Wardens Whaley and Wil liams of Huse 1, White of Hoae 2, Patrick of Hose 3, Sumner and Fritz of Hose 4, Connor and Rupert ot En¬ gine 1, Snedeker and Niles of Truck 1. William Anderson and Kufus Rhodes were dropiied from fhe roll cjf Hose 1, pursuant to action of that Cfirnpany, they being non residents. .Millard F. Bond was iipproved as a memlier of Engine 1. ( oiisideralile time wns spint in dis¬ cussing the Bd\isBhililv of holding (¦onipames In reserve tor second alarms, one of the chief objections to this being the inability to tell whether an alarm was a first <ir second, partic¬ ularly at night. It was decided to have the otticer in charge call up ttie house of the reserve company, there heing but one in each case, instead <il calling up for a second alarm, anil not to use the second alarm unless more men were needed. This wil' be tried as an exfierimei.t, the ideii heing tFiat where good telephone communication can he secu'-ed, the reserve company can be secured even i|uicker, as the apparatus is supposed to be hitched, readv to leave, until a second alarm or recall is given. Recall will be blown as before. ll was also decided to have every general alarm of fire preceded by one ong blast of the whistle, ao that those Cameron Not Guilty great artery of commerce, equal lo^thB heading it will have their 'attention " called hy the first blast, and then will be able to cfnint from Ihe heginning WeeklyWeatherReport (For our readers in rither localitif-s) Friday- Cool, clear, windy. Saturday- (^onl, clear. Sunday- Began to rain, east railroad in public importance, could be constructed al the lost ef cne single track railroad line along its entire length. This shouhl convince any mind of the advantage and the extreme desii-abilily of constructing the pro¬ posed Inland Waterway. Consummate the greatest public im¬ provement established on Lung Island since the construction of the Long Isl¬ and Railroad system. The railroad is a private corjioration built for profit; at night, rainy and windy all day. the canal is a free public utility built .Monday —Rain continued until near- ¦The case against vVilliam Cameron, by the public and established entirely Iv noon ; clear off cold and windy. Tuesday--Cold, thermometer about <toriii bond in tbe sum of i ably having himself Campion, his form subjet of King George, (prob- Standard Gasolene, Bennett Smith. \i 16c gal. G. tf Advartlsement. See Smith & Bedell's adv. in thia is¬ sue if interested,in rubber goods. Adtertisptpeat. Activities at Crystal Lake House Martin T. Ford, of the Equitable Life Insurance Company, a well known sportsman, stooping at the Crystal Lake House, caught a lf.rge basket of big codfish Tuesday. Among the new arrivals are Mrs. Hale, Mr. Kelley, C. Moore and .Mr. and Mrs. Lavine. At the Plaza, Wednesday. November ' 25, matinee and evening, "The Littlest Try my special box of cut flowers, ; Rebel,'featuring E. K. Lincoln as 76c for the weekend. C. R. Ankers. | Capt. Cary. This "movie" play has floriat. Rockville C«ntre, L.L Tele-jan appeal parallel to that phone connection; delivery anywhore, , made "Cabiria" oniqoa. Adppttippmppt. AJ children who are left to mourn the loss , indicted by Nassau County Grand Jury for tbe public benefit. in July, bhgan before County Judge jj^ jmr CANAL A (iOOD BUSINESS James P. Niemann and jury, last PROPOSITIO.N ' Friday, November 13, and was con- The amount of freight receiveil an- He I eluded Monday. . nually *y rail in the communities cn mind) Mr i spoke of how her one thonght was fori The case was tried for the Peoiile by ,he South Shore of Long Island is employer has ^^^ happiness of others. ' District Attorney Lewis J. Smith, and about 600,000 tons valued at more than shown the Observer a very interesting I ^ profusion of carnations, chrysan- the defense was conducted by ex-Judge |20,00(i,000. The amount of Ireight letter from Dutell, written at the drill th'-'oums and ro.-es covered the casket, Elvin N. Edwards e. Preeport .hipried annually hy rail is about i;o,000 jjgj while many beautiful pieces were ar- Cameron was indicted lasl Septem- tons valued approximately at $1,600,- ranged nearby, among which was a pil-1 ber on charges made by Marietta ^yg low made up of roses, bearing the one [ Smith, a young girl living at Baldwin. -j'he amount of freight transported word "Mother." i Cameron took the stand personally, in annually by water to and from the o" 'he ground where they actually took (denying the charge specifically, and So^th Shore of Ixmg Island is above P'"''*-'lur'"*: the Civil War, and every • i showed lo the satisfaction of the jury, , 600,000 tons valued at more than $20,- American citizen ahould, as a spirit of "The Littlest Rebel has all tbe up- by Sheriff Pettit and other officers con- ,^00 uOo xbe amount of freight i P"'""^'""' *** t**^ unveiling of this lifting dramatic powera within its core nected with the Sheriff's offi'ce, that ghipped annually by rail is about 60,- P^^'^P'^^ ^'^'' ^a"" veterans wili that have from time immenorial built on the dav when the giil said tbe crime i ooq (opg valued approximately at $1,- '' '"''" backwards in their march of time wa« committed, he was at Piping s^y qqcj 'to be refreshed with battle "scenes in to the infantrv ranks in the fleld i------- r"-- v"! "^Tu' T" " Ro^k. on police duly for the county. The amount of freight trans,K;rted which they probably took a fighting to tne iniantry nuiKs in tne neld, | „h„l« .«,nn .n New Ynrk Th« „K„t«. Th« m^v «.. n„t hn» . .hort time annually by waitr lo and from the ' ^and. To b« shown at tbe Plaza, Wed- camp in Co. Kent, near London, finds drilling is hard work bat expects | to get used to it. Tbere are about 20, • 000 recruits who drill at that particu¬ lar camp. His acquaintances here will look with interest for further news from Dutell, or rather Francis. If he fails to make good as an elecUieiao i-^-~y;^^(;-\^f;^--;^~,^^^^ the commanding officer may assign him I „,^g ,or the stage. The play ran a Rock, on police duly for the county. Wednesday (Continues cold, ther¬ mometer about 20. Thuriiday-First snow, in a m., "ligbt; rainy day. More Freeport News on Page 8 In "The Littlest Rebel" the battle scenes have actually been reproduced where he can at least dig trenches, teeth or no teeth.—Observer. whole season in New York. The photo- The jury was out but play contains many more thrills and when they returned the verdict of ac- extremely exciting inMdents than theiquittal. legitimate attraction; at the Plaza. hich ha»i. Buy yonr coaf now before you need | Wednesday, November 26; matinee Chubbock talks about freah candy I it. Freeport Coal Company, ; and evening | this week; see his adv. AdTw-tlSFmcnt. AAvert-aemtpt. South Snore of Long laland ia above 500,000 tons valued st $10,000,000. (M all bulk freight shipp«»d to and iCkintinued on page A) nesday, November 26 ; matinee, 8:80; admission, children, 10 centa; adults, 16 cents; evening, 7:Mand 9 p. m. ; ad.-n!«^i'.n, .-hiidren, 10 cents; adulta, j to cent*. •¦*—"Tmsnl
|Title||Nassau County Review 19141120|
|Title||Nassau County Review 19141120|
Nassau County Review
Official Paper of .Nassau County
FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 1914
Vcl. .XIX, No. 47
News of the Churches Social and Personal In the Fraternal Orders^ Local Topics
HIGHWATEK TIDE TABLE
Tt,e-e iiPi.p-«r«lorSaiHh H<«ik. D^.lurt ¦.'.2 I'linU-for H,-,„ji t-.tV Hmj.)
Friday. .Nov. 20 9:39 p. m.
Saturday, 21 10:33 p. m.
Sunday, 22 11:32 p. m.
Monday, 23 12:84 a. m.
Tuesday, 24 1 :44 a. m.
Wednesday, 25 2:44 a. m.
Thurs,day. 26 8:46 a. m.
Friday, '21 4:41 a. m.
Saturday, 28 .5:28 a. m.
;t ol Sermoni, S.rric.* o^' the •nd .ther doincs in tli« churchca
and churcb •oci.ties '
The Loyal Sons' Club of the Pres- | byterian Church will give a play in | three acts, entitled "Facing the! Music," on Friday evening, December | 4, at 8 o'clock, in the Presbyterian I Chapel. Tikets can be secured from j the members at 2.5 cents each. I
M.inir About CuesU, ViuU and P.rtiet ot Freeporters .ad Their Friends
Doinis in tbe soetat fnXemai oig.nii.lions of j CommenU . Freapart .advicinitr. a nf
.Mrs. James T. Powers, wife of the well known actor, returired Tuesday to her home in New York, from a
The annual memorial service of Freeport Lodge No. 1253, B. P. 0. E., will be held in the Lodge Room, Sun day afternoon, December U Bro. Max
explanations nol lature, on village al by the editor
I^!!*!!" '"ii"-'"r.„'!„.l^fi,;^u^'""Lf;''l» I R'o*e"nvrald"of'N^wVork' Lod'^VNo'."!
House. Mrs. Powers thinks Freeport is an unusually clean, pleasant com* munity, and enjoyed her stay immense-
May Carpenter is announced to lead
; the Epworth League meeting Sunday
Single copies of the Review for sale , night in the M. E. Church; topic, "A
at Greenhlatt's and Braithwaite's, Rail-1 Song ol Thanksgiving road Avenue; Michnoff's, Nassau County Review, DaSilva's and Go- betzV, Main Street; DaSilva's, West Merpck Road. tf
Thursday being a holiday, this office will be closed all day; likewise the Postoffice and banks.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Pearsall of Leonard Avenue, entertained a nomber of frienda Monday evening in honor of the sixteenth anniversary of their,wed- ding day Many pretty gifts, with
will deliver the oration, and a special musical program is being prepared.
The annaal ball of the Lodge will be held in tbe Club House New Years Eve, December 31.
Freeport Chapter No. 302, R. A. M.. will visit Melchizideck Chaptei at First Church of Christ, Scientist.-1 ding day Many pretty gifts, withi^'«" Cove next Monday evening .Services Sunday morning at 11 o'clock; the congratulations of the guests, were ' A"'"" w>>l leave the Freeport Club Sunday School aame hour; Wednesday received. A novel entertainment was 1 """^^ °" ^^°^'« Street at , o clock, evening testimonial meeting at 8 j enjoyed with the bountiful supper j —«..-.,.—-.
o'clock; Hempstead Bank Building; | served by the host and hostess. Among; At the regular meeting of the Won,
.\ iijevting ill tii' intei>sts <¦; '.i.v (iroposed Inland Waterway to cnrinect Jamaica Bay and Peconic Bays was held at Fraternity Hall Friday even¬ ing. Because of the short notice giv¬ en tbe meeting was not properly adver local trolley on Grove Street. The ''«e|