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Nassau County Review^ Official Paper of Nassau County FREEPORT, N.Y., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26. 1915 Vol. XX, No. 48 m:'' \ i Freeport SitiRle copies of the Review for sale at Greenblatt's ami Braithwaite's. Rail- road Avenue; MichnofT's, Nasaau County Review, DaSiiva'B and Go¬ betz'a, Main Street; DaSilva's,'WeBt Merrick ftoad. tf- Trying to ^f»* fa the Fratemai Orders Reopening Services at M. L. tharcfi HIGHWATEK TliOBo 'tim«)d ara lor Sa min men for H Friduy Nov. SaturdHV, Sundtiy Monday, TuMday, WednesdHV, Dec. Thursday, Friday Saturday. TIDE ndy H.. 'mpfitna 26 27 28 29 30 1 2 3 4 TABLE ok. D^luct iC i Bay) 10 :27 p. m. 11:08 p. m. 11:64 p. m. 12:17 a. id. 1:46 a. in. 2:49 a. rr;. 3:i50 a. m. 1:49 a. m. _5:24 a. m. iContribiMttil The Colored Boy SmamdM mt Tiwmmn I bave been gtragKliac for'tke iiast two ¦ months to k« orgka'tamd. ' As yet we bave made little progreas totaaai tki9 '. organization. ' We, tbe Coioreti Bo; ScMAa ml Free- ''¦ port, are now stroggliac to get tyay \ suits, bat this we arm n—lili to dm hef- j caase of the lack of aaflcwst mmmey. . the secret frstcmal ores Freeport oimI Ticinity- News of the Churches | Merchants Planning for Christmas Trade Subject of Sermona. Servicer of the %ri and other doincs in the churches .tad church Bo^icties BecaU!>e of the holiday several items of news n ceived late are held otfer till our next issue. Twenty members of Freeport Coun¬ cil No. .57, Jr. O. U A. .M., atterded the '2iith anniversary celebration of Eagl^ Council No. A5, of Amityville, Tbur«day evening, November IK. The celebration included a public in- ftallation. followed by a nresentation ,,, , J, .. _«B a. aod a, dance. A baffet luncheon was We have h gtjodly n«Bbcr ef kmya wbo . p, are wiliinir to stick te tkm twi. ! r> i ' .- . t ,. , •*, s-..o.- _- Delegations were present from One of the mam DCists M tkis •rU-1 mw..- . i n- .u . r- . -• ... . -. . .t-z ._ B_« "^ Heiatington and Northuort Councils. cle IS to conttitiute arrtBair t« ¦elp!-,, „ ,7 ¦,-,-,, j o- . o , _.. ' ^ „ , ,t^ Slate Councilor Kelder and State ."^-jc- us along. This yea e«n mia to 10 Henry .Street. Shail -if* b.?^r^taatw-ii? Yes, wfll be the an-fwur, itmi b;«. without any asyiitaiRce'cf tke fteti'ir. i>hali wo fail brca-j-itf .}f tk* lact ot 'retary Lisle, together with State i('b«plBin Bunce representfid the Stste • officers. i Joseph .Vlahler, deputy ovtr Free- ¦Mri?. I'Ja Arnold, milliner, announces that she will retire from business at you." We are roiir askta^ *ea t the clone of the year, and is now sell- ua in tnis great struggJe fcj ** ing slock at reduced prices. She is us anything yoa wish, advertising this in our isaue this week. » t, , ^'r - a- . port Council, acted as master of cere- money? Help us ray Irreadik, •»«- »n<i«_ - j - . i j d r> n r ,,,¦', ¦ .u- I ^^ * t. ¦ : monies aiid introduced Bro. Powell of all, help us in this gocd caase fer it i?- c- , ,,, i ., i j .a. . , ¦ '^ . - 1. . .. «.- 1 fca»ie Council who welcomed the said in a ci^itain chapter to la*- At-w " ... _,, . , , rr, , ...»!, 1 . j„ti; a. gues'9 of the evening; This was fo! Testament. Ask an«l it *»»:* t« S'lftn "^ " Jirg i The annual Callithumoian parade was held ycstirday (Thanksgivir.g Day). Full details are held overuntil our next iHflue, because of necessity of going to pre<i« edrly this rooming, and the hdlidMy yeaterday. John J. Scannell will receive $10,- 000 as the result of t. bequest in the will of thii late Peter De Lacey. the poolroom king, whi'jh was filed Satui- i day for probato at .Mbany. Mr. Scar- '¦ nell is mentioned as a friend in the will.—Eagle. Our Scoutmaster is ooe ot tk* i£cst faithful leaders. Rev. Pnactnr. fifir be has worked hard to brinf! tii« Smiy* to¬ gether and he deserves aU tfe« credit which the bo>s give to hicrr. :"i:t^;po'>d pastor. Kev. Proctor was the Br*s KiiBJsJtr in Freeport to make aa ic:*-. ; : to organize the Colored Boy S-,;ctBr*- By tbe CbaptaiE. Joiias A. C. H. jtin*?. Mineola Fair Receipts Bif .Si ineola, Nov. 12—T.ne »**«-ett fourth annual meett>tg of ia-i ^penm lowed by the public installation with P. C John W. Fawcett of Freeport, deputy of Eagle Council, as the in I stalling officer. .\t the close of the inatallation Eagle ; Cjuncil honored one of its members i wb(5 has faithfully served a? iti^ trea.-"- ' orer for the full twenty years, s-ince the institution of the Council. Bro. Mahler introduced State Councilor Kelder who in a few well chosen [words, presented Thoma,s Wardle, J treasurer of Eagle Council, with a 'Past Councilor's jewel suitahly en¬ graved. Next Tuesday, November 30, is the date of the euchre, pinochle and dance of Freeport Council No. 57. to be held at Crystal Lake House. The commit¬ tee is working hard to make this The woik of reco*atin|> the M. E. Church and eniargmg tbe part of the bailding used for Sonday S«bool and other meeting parpoae* having been completed. re-op«aiog exercises were held Tharsday and Friday evenings, and ali day Sanday. '•ritb large and en¬ thusiastic attendances. On Thursday evening an address on "Fellowship with God,"' was given by Rev. Willimm H. Morgan. D. D.. pas¬ tor of Calvary *l. E. Cturch, New York City, follcwe<l by 9*r»iccol song, prayer and testimony. On triday evenitig asocial was held, and all preaent -xete given an oppor tunity to inspect tbe eoirpiete work of ' and'iMode renovating the building. There were 200 present, and addrecses of felicita tions were foUewed by musical enter-; j^^ Woman's Missionary Societv of tainment, and refreshsaent? -were (^e Presbyterian Church will meetin served, tf,^ t-hapel next Wednesdav, December Kcrniog P.ev. Bishop j^^g ^ „, xhe subjects for the month are "Mountaineers of the The regular meeting of the W. C. T U., Will be held with Mrs. .1. M. ' Wiggins, corner South Urove and Smith Streets, on Tharsday, Deceir,- "'- ber I, at 3 o'ciock. I Eunice .M. Curtice is announced to ilead the Epworth I vagoe meeting Sun- jday night in the .M. E. Church; topic, ! "Our Neare.iit Home Mission Field." First Church of Christ, Scientist.— I Services Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. ; Hempatead Bank Building: subject. . next Sunday, November 28, "Ancient Necromancy, alias Me? merism and Hypnotism, Denounced." Counsellor Douglags C. Lawrence s ¦ ,. i - ¦ ;l. ,j has secured offices in the Freeport Nastau Agricultural 5<jei«t:< •»* beW ; success, bot needs the support of every Bank Building and will open for the -"i Educational Hall on Satuir^iay. wilb. member of the Council. practiceof law. beginning Monday of finy members present. r=.=>e-- i^ett , ' • ing place proved a great vm^tn-nmoeot [ The members are requested to keep over the old hall, where for yemn. tbe '. in mind the date of Friday, December members sit *ith the r oxeeemmtm and i 3. On that evening we will welcome hats on. Th^ new boildiag w vranc, j to our Council rooms National Vice and was thorcaghly comfjwtoWft. Councilor John S. Noyes of New The report of Treasarer TkoaMa H. Bacon showed an increase w tk* gate On SanOuv ir.crniog Rev. Wiliiam F. Oldham. D. D.. preached and there wa; a stecial s'io by Mrs. .Maud Campbell Fuller. 'A'ith other special music by tb« eboir. In tbe evening Rev. Biabop Wiiiiam F. Old¬ ham, D. D., preached and thera was also special music oo this occasion. The "chapel" or SunJay School room has been enlarged to about dou ble its former seating capacity. Sep¬ arate rooms have been provided for meetings of the Official Board of the church, for the Ladies' .-\id Society and a kitchen witb aK conveniences for preparing light lonches. Tbe base¬ ment, a ce-.v addition, ccntains a large dining room, witb kitebsn facilities. Another imDDvemen steam heating plant, in fiace of the ; ggrved, followed by a social hour, former hot air system. By means of large folding doors, i ^.^^ ^^^^'^^^i ^id Society of the South" and "Moslem and Peraia." Tbe topic for discussion ia "The Place of Prayer in Mission VVork and in Missionary Meetings." The re¬ sponse to rollcall will be a text on prayer. All women of the church are very cordially invited to attend the meet¬ ing. There is inspiration in new faces and new voices. A Thanksgiving social gathering of the Lutheran Church will he held i.. Brooklyn Hall on Tuesday evening. November oO. A iirogram will be large ; gjven by the children and refreshm.ents M. the chapel and cbun* can be thrown . ^ ^J^,u,^.^, ^.j,, ^old a special buainess next week. Mr. Lawrence has recent, ly been admitted to the bar, and hav¬ ing a host of friends in Freeport, we predict for him increasing success. into one room, and tbe system of light¬ ing hat been greatly improved. Mrs. R. H. Earon of South Side Avenue, took her husband to the train Saturday morning. He jumped from the auto in a hurry to catch a train, and Mrs. Earon, while watching him. ran the car against one of the gas light poles along side of the walk at the de- receipts last year of j-tot) mmvc the amount taken in in 191-1. balance (.n hand is 19423.^ Former Coagreismao WccliaK Cocks suggested tbat a rov eit TW Noyes Hampshire and other National officers, together with State Councilor Kelder Unclaimed Letters ifrscpart ?est Office I tkaa and his stafT ot State officers. Delegationa will probably be present from every Council in Nassau County Bradt, .Mr. E. Botler. J'T. Dunphy. Rev. W. J. Eitrijh, Estelle E. i meeting in the church parlor on Wed tnesday, December 1. ut 3 p. ni. sharp to make further arrangeniente for the fair which is to be heliJ on December 7 and .S. All ladies interested are urgently requested to be present at this meeting. (Specia! '.'ontributor) The merchants of Freeport met this week for tbe purpoae of considering the plans they hnve under way for spe cial Christmt- l-f-rfain davs. Decern bei 16. IT and \i<. Vou wili tind 't very ci.nvenient to do some of your ficiidsy buying right near bome. You iray not find every¬ thing you wart, bjl what you do find you can boy .-.itr. less exeition and withoot being w.irn out by trudging miles and roiits through eome big de partment store mob and have u lung trip bome at the end. Then again, in the Freeport shops, yoa will doubtless find many little Christmas ijuggesticns that you never thooght of. It is quite a little prob lem this Christma? shopping anyway. You want to make your money go as far as you ;an. yoo want to get some¬ thing that !ooki> as if you paid more for it than y^iu actually did and you Lands—Syria I want to get something that no one else would thi' k ct giving to that particu- I Iar person. i 0'.'c-i.:j- ;:.^:c ari; a fciuat many I things to give but when yeu eliminate Uvhat pei-iple hi'-e. and what you can- I not afford, and what you have given I to someone else, it is hard work to find just what you want. Suppose you I know a half a dozen people, don't wai-t it to kok ai if you gone. t. a wholtjsale jilace and give nie a half a dozen this or and where you are giving two dozen or so presents there are some of them that you aon't care aboot spenijing a whole lot cf money cn. Now the merchants of Freeport re¬ alize Ihis it well as you do. They have given it serious thought. It will cost you nothing to look at the Freeport shops lirst when you begin your holiday buying. Look out for the announcements. Watch the, shop Social and Personal Mainly About GueaU. VUiU *nd P«rti«» of Frrrporter* «.ii<d Their Fricijilt You had said that A biithday party was given at the home of Miss Madeline Diiryea, No¬ vember 18. in honor of mr sixteenth birthday. Games and dancing were indulged in until a late hour. Those present were: Misses Vira Raynor, Grace Raynor, V'era Powers, Jessie Gobetz, Dora Israel, Helen Born¬ scheuer, Anna Ritchie, Minnie Acker¬ man, Ethel Kiernan, ,U-»iiette Leon¬ ard. Sadie Duryea. .Maud Stone and Esther Kiernan; Howard V.mii Sickien, Percy Kribs, Roy Hougliton, Williara Field, Herbert Lundblad, Eugene Courtni-y, R(iTJert Story, rharles Mil¬ ler, jr., IranlyJiflrlcy, .Merit- Raynor ande William and Ira,pDuryea. Tonijjht. Friday, .November 2(i, at the American Theatre a performance will be given for the benelit nf the Churcii (itOm Holy KeiliH-mei. Among those who wiil iMiie part are .Mifig Franeeg Kiernan in popular s.iiigs, Miss Jane Gallugher ami May Murphy in poses. Dr. l.'.Africain in a piano- lotlie v.ith .Miss Tydeman ; Edna Xit-k- elson in songs, and Carl Henry, Flor¬ ence Ware and Pierre Dutel in some classic dunces, ami the whole Suiiday School. It promises to be a jilehsaiit affair, Donald Wallace vsas fifteen years old Sunday, and in order that his friends might be with hiin al the hour of midnight they arranged for a sur¬ prise party at the b.inie of bis parents. There were about twenty present, and social festivities were en.j(iyed, includ¬ ing the division of'H huge birthday cake, illuminated by fifteen candles. — Times.' .'\nnoun(-ement is receivtd from San Diego, Cal., of the marriiige of .Miss fc."(liio Van t^leef. daughter of .Mphonse Rememhe- it costs you ' Ffiedfi'^l*. f"t'i"'f f^sidents of this vil- iiok. .And it may save you and the nearby Councils of Queens and ' Pb'"'PS. Loois Obituary pot The pole fell over against the , he planted along the east »«** «f auto and Mrs. Earon was the face, bnt not seriously. cul about srrounds which woald greatly hmmiW6iy the section This will be daa* It la predicted that the wtstS karat show held will be one of tk* kaat tkat tbe association has ever giwja. aed the prizes will b« ao large a* to attract Last Day for School Tax Your .school tax must be paid today, if you would avoid extra percentage ^^^^ best harness and for collection. ahown in any ring. _, , . . ~ .r ri _k«.- ' The officers elected for tke taming Thajikignnilg in the thurches y^^^ „g. president. E Conwt emt*. Thanksgiving Day was appropriate of Flashing: vice prcsideM. Kobert, - ly observed by special tenricea in the ; Seaman, of Jaricbo: seereta*;'. Lott j ^^'°"^, various churches yesterday. A union Vandewater, jr., of Heiapa<cad;treai>- service of the Presbyterian, Baptist ' urer, Thomas H. Bacon, of Jericko; , . , . and Methodist Churches was held at ; directors, H. W. Oirf«kiU, of , * "Xf^J^ the conferring of the degree Saffolk. The entertainment commit¬ tee will provide refreshments. Jackson, Andre-* Moran. Charles Rogers, Gorham B. Robinson, Mia^ Mary Smith, W. E. Weber, George Robt. G J. Harris home in At the last meeting of Freeport Chapter, Royal Arch Masona, on Wed¬ neaday evening, November 17, tbe Royal Arch Degree was (Sonferred on [ j>;Qye,„j,gj j^T'^gj tbe class of 8 candidates. The initia- "^ tory work was done by the officers of Melcbizedeck Chapter, from Glen Cove. in charge of Ex. Comp. Harry W. Moore. There wes also visiting dele- from Corinthian and other Ckapters, and tbe assistant Grand Lec¬ turer. Comp. C. D. Appenzeller, was ABi^erson. P. M. The funeral services of Balston were held at hi Brooklyn last Thursday. Mr. Balston was secretary and treasurer of the William P. Miller Oil Co., of Brook . lyn, and a partner of the late Williain j P. Miller of Freeport, whom he sur¬ vived by less than 3 months. New BiUe ScImI at Merrick (Contribated I This Sunday Rev. Williara Stein- LIZZIE YOtjLE MEDAY lizzie Y. Meday, aged 79 years, died at her late home, 20 Roosevelt Place on Monday. Funeral services bicker, Lothera^ Field sitesionary'for : *'ere held Wednesday afternoon. Rev. Long Island. wiH open a new Bible A. W. E. Carrington of Brooklyn ofti School and services at North Merrick •>'*''"«; interinent Cypress Hills to be known as St. Jokn's Evangelical Cemetery on Thursday ; C. A. Fulton, Lutheran Chorcb. Tbe new congrega-, f""**'*' "^'fector. Mrs. Medsy is windows, nothing to money. | Those whi are engaged in the ad¬ vertising plan are the following : j .Claude W. Broiheridge. Jaines F. ] I Campion. JohnJ. Dolan. Louis Mich I I notr, Ernest W. .¦\ult. First National Bank, .\dolf Levy & Son, Henry C. Schluter, Louis Bender, Harry Bar¬ asch, EMward H. Olsen, Jaines S. ! Lewis. Charles Fritz, Clarence | Abrams, Hyman Schloss, Charles P. I Seaman, .Freeport Candy Kitchen, j John Birkbolz, Henry Hagen & ("o..i A. E. Miller. William Crevoiserat, Frederick H. Plump, Ralph Samet, F. L. J. Lee (& Co.. Sidney Smith, '"!. D. Smith, George B. Geller, Harry Kose, Louis Peroni. .M . Jacobgnn. lage, to I.i'slii ber :i. W, Walton, on Novem- Mrs. Charles M. Hart. West Mer¬ rick Road, will entertain the ".^00" Club at her home on Wednesday after¬ noon, Tbe Luncheon Club will be enter¬ tained by Miss Florence Thompson, Randall Avenue, on Kriday afternoon, December 10, Care of Car Important the Presbyterian Chorch, .r^^^^^t \ ir't.'.tll':Mir.L^^:^^^. I -PP- -^ ^^^^ ^? ^^^ Chapter, the tion^Fmeet in" the boilding "^of ; vived by two daughters. Elmer E. Loux, pastor of the Church, preached. At the Catholic Church of Our Holy Redeemer regular .Mass was said at S •a. m. At the Episcopal Church of <he Transfiguration morning prayer with sermon at 10 o'clock. At tbe Lutheran Church there was preaching by the pastor at 10 o'clock, and special music by the choir. Activities at Crystal Lake House The Bayview Hose Co. held its reg¬ ular dance at the Crystal Lake Friday evening, and Saturday evening the regular weekly dance was held. E. Frank of Now York, with eight of bis friends, spent tbe weekend at the House. Edythe V. vVheeler, who is playing for the coming Catholic fair, enter¬ tained tbe entertainment committee at tbe iiouse Friday eveping. Otten. of Floshing. tbree years tosa."- ceed bimself. The electK>e» vrere upanimous in ei.ery instance. Fourteen Years Ago Iti-m.s of interest from the R^tst-*- file* fourte»-n years iitc» this w»<rit ^ Heavy storm does big diaaM^c around Woodcleft Channel. Frame raised for oew boilduK for Van Wicklen's plumbing abop «n Main Street. Editorials on Advertising ADDRESSED TO MERCHANT< Whst Every Successful Merchant Kr . rs '. There is an economic i<ie« stii. .arc¬ ing in the minds of aoase akerckaats which belongs to tbe age of tke stage ', trict Deputy Scouts of """^*» ""'^ ^^"^ sailing snip. It is the idea that* if i s|)end8 a lot of money for I menu being provided by the Crystal I Lake House. I At the next convocation, next Wed I nesday evening, December 1, the Mark and Past Maaters Degrees will be con : ferred on a class of four, which will ! conclude the initiatory work for the \ year. The following meeting, Decem¬ ber l.'i. will be tbe annual election of officers. At the next regular meeting of .Mas- sapeqoa Lodge No. 822, Free and Ac cepted Maaons, at MiNsapequa Haii. iBank Building, Rockville Centre. .Mon¬ day evening, November 29, the Fel- I low-Craft Degree will be conferred on will use one o: the very test systems ! a class of live. The following Monday of instroctign and v o may be sore evening, Decembers, the First Dtgree that it will be wortn w.iile to aend ; will be again conferred, and on Tues your children. Better yet. coine with day evening, December 14, a apeciai your children and jeir^ tbe Bto^e class. Cdminunication will be held for the - - the Fire Hall, on Camp .Avenoe. Sun-. ..„„ .^t . i.. . t,mv-£.i i-.vr day School v;i!i be held regularly at ; ^RS. CLARA b. BRINSLEY 2:30. Thij Sundays service will fol-: Clara S. brinsley. age 36, wife ot low immediately u'por: tbe scbool, be- ' Daniel J. Brinsley, jr , died at her ginning at i o'clock. It is probable home on Porterfield Place. She ia sor that thereatter the serviees wili be i v'^ed by her husband and one son, held on alternate Sundavs in the even- Charles. 12 years old. She was ihe , . ing and afternocn servi^ ontbe other daugher of Charles B, Gatter of Brain-: t*^'""W'-'st*. believing that if they Sundays whenever the time of the pas- I'ridge Street, Brooklyn. Funeral ser i l*"'^* how to properly take earn of the tor permits or a subMitute can be se -. vice was held Satcnlay evening. Rev. . '•'»¦'" ""'J '^^ ttjuipment cured. i R- Heber Scott of the Episcopul ,'^<='"*''-service Winter is co.Tiing ! Wbat are you going to do with your car? '' Every motorist should know that unless be pnys particular attention to the way he stores his car or the man¬ ner in which he uses it during tbe win¬ ter moiths. he will incur a large re¬ pair expense biil. Tbe manufacturers of Diamond Tires wish to make a fe'.v recommendations and they will (iet satisfaction from All Lutherans ivithin place cf meeting are nc- but earnestly urged :>t give proof cf their lovaltv to Iheii church by attend¬ ing tbeae services, for tbe scbool rcacn of the ' Church of the Transfiguration, olficiat- ">niy invited, 'ng. The interment wns Sunday morn nis goods in order Boys Scouts to Meet The next business meeting of Free- port Troop No. 2, Boy America, will be held at Scout Gobetz' houee on .Main Stteet, next Friday, November 2i5, at 7:30 p.m. sharp. All scouts are cordially invited to »*; , _,,_„j:._.„ of interest will : e-^P®"'""'^'^', .,,.....-, - ,., ,„ 1,. He overlooks the fact that Bi* iejrit- irom lli lO lO . ^ be Scouts """** protits most come tkraagb a I volume of sales just a* larce aa kia .... i tales force and equipment, ness are invited to JO'i^' .t„rp I ""d »*»•* 'he greater the There will be good tning. in ''ore ^^ _^ ^ for everybody if all will lend " hPin-1 »~ conferring of the Third Degree upon a class of five, at which time the His¬ torical Lecture will be delivered by Rt. Wor. Philip Herrscbaft. Past Dis- of the Second Masonic ! Diatrict. ' This will conclude the ini- •«t«i>*Olj tiatory work for the year. The elec- ing in Lutheran tJeinetery at .Middle Village; C. .\. F'ulton, funeral director. Latest Tax Trick Failed kt the meeting of il e Ti.wn P.iard Monday, the following letter was re ceived from Counselor Davison, re garding the latest scheme of the par¬ ties intereated in preventing the Town of Hempstead from getting just rights in the matter of tax equalization This exlains itself, and is anotlier victory for the Town of Hempstead, The heavy truck with bage steel The report is as follows: tirea wbich tbe Thomas Roulston Co. They Merely Want Our Cash ^.^_,- - 1 ', .». ,1. u 11 ..II J 1 L - J . L - Gentlemen i~With reference to the adv«twng| tion of ofhcers will be held on .Monday 18 using to deliver tbeir gooda to their ^.^jj of certiorari obtained bv the he must increase the seltiBg priew of ' evening. December 20. chain of stores on Long Island coold ' tend. .New matters be taken up. ."VII boys years of age who want to and are willing to settle down to busi- help- make ^immd his ing hand to those in command. Yours in scouting, Irving R. Oxenham, Aasistant Scoutmaster. I smaller per sale p.Folit5 be \and still win! With a store-organisation to ; tain, with otber fixed charges to ' the merchant mu4t regvlato tike yaiemm r If I :..L. trar Vrmmmttvrt ^ °^ •>'¦ ^ood* according to tka >llPlU dolt Links tor freeport ^^ ^,1^^ ^ j^ .5,,^ ,„ „j^^ ^ ^ rhe Brooklyn Eagle says that Free ; utmost possible se.iing prcat as am port is to have a $75,000 golf coarse article of mercbamliss is a«i> doilmr, and club house in the section known as as an illustratii.n. he can far Better Stearns Park. The item aaya that afford to cut tbat protit to t««»^ ive Hugo Stearns, a "millionaire Manhat- cents and make a do-xen sale» a dmy \ tan merchant," living in Stearns than to hold it at a dollar and raahe Park, will throw open the necessary one sale a day. ground : further that "the elub bouse He might make tbe one aale a iaiy ia already erected. It was formerly without advertising—aad am tmrn tmake used by Mra. Stearns as reaidence." the dozen sales-a-da) tkmaigfc adver , tising. In socb a caae his extra ex- Loyal Sons Act pense for ad 'ertising thst particalai' The Loyal Sons Club of the Presb;/- article might cot off » aaa«U pvt of terian Church present a military drama the profit on the salea, SnS. kia „, , ,, , ,.. , , ,. .^ ... J Towns of Oyster Bav and North Hemp The annaal dinner of the Lodge was not be better adapted for destroying ^j^^j ^^ review the order of the State held at the Hotel Martinique, New our good roads if it were especially ^ax Commission, made on July 20, York City Friday evening, N^veniber designed for the Purpose. Tbis pon- jg^j thereby the Townof Hempstead 19, with about 70 present. The Dis- derous steel-shod venicle bas crashed trict Deputy, Rt. Wor. Joseph N. brick pavement and curbing in Patch- Wickham attended this event. ogue and tbe newapapers of tbat vil The annual ladies' night of the lage have protested vigoroasJy. but Lodge will be held on Friday evening, the Roul»ton propte with6oedisregard December 10 Because of the growth for the rights of other? persist in this of the Lodge it has been deemed neces- method of ke-.'ping thrir expenaea to a aary to secure a bigger rr-om for this mipimum unconcerned as to the tre- i p„g „„^ pr'epared and orders' pr J event, and the Rockville Centre Club niendoos damage tbey are doing to the ^.^^^^ whereby motions- House has been engsged fer the even- highways. One of rhe foremen of the ; „„ before the Apjiellate Division bhaugbnessy Conatraction Company, building the State road bere. in tallc ing with a News reporter this week remarked that vigorous protest had been made bnt had been ignored by tbe Roiiliton people. He declared tbat the Diamond products wliich they are using, I Those motorists who do not drive j their csrs during the Winter months, I should be very careful to store the ciir i properly. The wheels sbould be jacked j up and blocks set under the axles to ! prevent the car trom slipping. When i jacked up Jhe tires should be removed, : washed carefully and if the tread or i side walls are cut they should be re- Ipairel before storing. The Winter j months otfer an excellent o|)portiinity ; to the motorist to get his car in good ' shape for the coming aeason. If the tiles are in tirst class condi¬ tion they >hooi(i be wrapped in dark j paper w'hich will prevent light from j getting to them and then stored where i there is no dangtr of freezing. Heat, \ light and cold are all enemies of rub- I ber and the motorist who does not take this precaution with his tire equip- j Want Municipal Christmas Tree There was a large attendance at the last regular meeting of the Neighbor¬ hood Workers Monday afternoon, No¬ vember 22. The treasurer's report showing a nice response to the appeal for funds encouraged the members to believe that others will send in con¬ tributions later, and their work may proceed. The report of Mrs. Scholev, the so¬ cial worker, showed much activity. Among othtr good oflices was the tem¬ porary care of four littl* children of one 'amily, found on a street corner, cold and hungry, at nearly n)idnight; and necessary steps were taken for the Iiermanent betterment of their condi¬ tion. ConiniitteeM weie appointed to help in the distribution of the Thanksgiv¬ ing gifts from the school children. Much enthusiasin whs shown in the discuHsion of plans for making the C^hristmas season more joyful to those who usually have little. It was de¬ cided to Use the "red stoclving" [ilsn so successfully carried out in Brooklyn a year ago, and lo do tbis, the Neigh- boriiood Workera will need the assift- ance of theit many fri(iiil.-( in filling the stockings, .\ coinniitli'H ronsistiiig of UrA. Story and ivli-n. Lamb, was appointed tn address tne Village Board at their next meeting regarding a municipal ('liristmuH tree. Coming Events m.. Harmony at Grove Nov. 20, S I Streel Sch'.ol. Tax Information SCHOOL TAXES Merrick- Daniel Landau, collector; rate 5\ cents; .') per cent. fee. Freeport —Archer R. Wallace, col- oflice of Thomas W. Lucas, cent, to No- ing. Tbe program will include enter toinment, refreshments and dancing I ment will find that his tins have de¬ ls to receive $87,2115.60 from the Towni teriorated doring the Winter montha. of (Jyster Bay and Norlh Hempstead, ; jhe car should be gone over care- I respectfully report as followi: . fuUy and cleaned, grease taken out of 1 lector Upon learning of the issues of these ' the gears, thev shonld be repacked and I Railniad Avenue - I pe •writs, on the 18th mst., Mr. Super- ! gpecial care taken to drain the radial i verr ber 211 rate $1 l-'i visor Smith and myself immediately or. If this is not done there will be Baldwin' W Augustus Miller col- went to Albany, where the necessary danger of freezing. Uave the pet | lector, Grand Avenue, near L. I. K. lef" pro- cocks under tCe radiator and engine j R, ; 1 per cent, to Deceniber 0; rate cured, whereby motions were brought, open. ' $1 22 on before the Apjiellate Diviaion on j Another thing which you mav not I Riooseveit Charles E. Whitehouso. Monday, the 22nd mst,, to quash the j remembtr to do is to put up the toii. I Nassau Road. Stop 65, collecttyr; pav- Tirits and dismiss the proceedings and | jf it remains down during the entire j able at 1 per cent, fo December 7; rate Mrs. Anna Davis, State Councilor of New York, paid her official visit to Alpha Council No. 11, D. of A , Tues ,^. ,^ , , . day evening. She was accompanied "o highways are ealcolated to sostain iby a large delegation from Brooklyn, I wbb-helped Alpha's members in cele ! brating tiieir 15th anniversary. A ; supper was served and a pleasant ev- 1 ening enjoyed. tbe weight of a locomotive and ex- vacate allstaya This motion was argued before the Appellate Division ..n the 22nd innt., and the Coart granted the motion made by the Town of Hempstead in eacb case, and on the same day made orders pressed the opinion that the matter qnas'hing all writs, dismi's.ingthep'fo: was one of moch importance to the ceedings on the meiila, and peopis of the Soath Side of Long Isl¬ and. He aays there is net attbepres- vacating all orders in the pr-.ce« dings, including all stays C(.ntaired tnerein. Before *"' ^'?V!!^ 'u" --'' ''"*^^**'' ^n ^e; tbe orders were iiiaoe by the Court J Woman's Relief Corps No. slti- j the D. P. B. Mott Post, will 139, hold in two acts, entitled "In tbe Line of mate net profit will b« cNtttar tku if annual eiection of officers at its next Dritv " and the laughable comedy he bad not advertiaed-aad ,ka wiUjregular meeting, next Wednesday ov- fani' "There's Millions In It." in the have made a doxen frM«isfarkasatars<ening. December 1. All sisters are Presbvterian Chapel. Tuesday evening, instead of one possible eneaay,! ,, cordially invited to attend. December 14. Price of admissiojn will Applying this basic prtoeip)». af' be 2fy cents for adulta and 15 cents Uit merchandising on a targwr amaHm. ink i Week|y Weadier Report cbildren. Try my «peci»l box of cut flowera, 75e fflr the Weekend. C. R. Ankers, florist. Rock I iiie Centre, L.I. Tele- pbohe connection; delivery anywhere. A4vartleaspflat. (For our readers in otber localities) F'riday. Nov. 19. rain slightly dur- remedied bat the firat ieo days of the . Ciiming legi'lative seeaioo abould see socb a law enacted. Meanwhile, citi¬ zens of Bay Shore and Islip are com¬ plaining tbat the resideneea and bosi¬ ness blocks along Main Street are ba^ ly shaken wben R«alscon> beavy artil¬ lery comes bumping through town. Concerns of this type are very moch in the natare of banadea anyhow, and are largely patiteued hy ahort- sigbted persoas wbo hay sooM^articIes (^w stipulated thst the $87,2fil.i>0 neednot ' be paid to tbe To'vn of Hcmpstead in ¦cash, but may be deducted from tbe ; amount of State and county taxes pay- 'ab)e by the town in this tax levy. This is equivalent t-o the payment, and , is in accordance with the plans pro¬ poaed by Su-jervigor Smitb, and will resalt in the decreasing in the tax rate in the Tewn of Hempstead and the in winter it wilt set in creases and if it is stretched tight it wiil keep in good shape. With the aid of these few sugges¬ tions you will be able to keep your car in firit-clasA shape through the Win¬ ter months, so that it will be in good servioeable shape when warm Spring days dry op the roads and you are ready to uae your automobile again. A stitch in time now will save dollars next Spring. At the Plasa week of November 29: Monday—Emmy Wbelen. tbe exquisite Viennese actress, m an unusual story of heart interest, "When a Woman Loves; ¦ 5 acts. Tuesday—William West with an all-star cast in "The Dream Seekers." Wednesday—The Edison ma(terpi«'i:e. Mrs. Piskc in creasing of the tax rate in the other) "Vanity Fair:" ber "Becky" ranks with Edwin Forest's "Lear," ani Jos- Tbe cold weatber will >:auae an demic i^f cold feat \ See onr adv. •tive; Switbft Bed«U ing it cover the entire uwtiiwt af a : store, end the resalt is tke aaa*. Tkej advertising lessens tfav eoat to tke coa-' tomer and iQcraaaea the profit to Ike ing night, and developed into heavy uf established renatatioa and orice at -n.- no.. / n - - . . • .,..., ... .• ., merchant eSt storm tTid.y morning, conUnoing atom Ha^^^^^^wJS^ixll This finrJly disposes of .11 .question epb J.iTersi.n'. "R.p V.n Winkle." Reader, of advert»i.c k»w tki.-.- till about 5 p. m.. cleared off windy. dn ofner item, ^y^L^^mt^ Tk '''%"1'"''^' T'I^w 'u" except/on of , Tbursday-^ Mutual Masterpiece. ''Her and they awid tke ZU-.d««>«»ii« Satorday. clear, not cold. P«y the chain ^torS'^ST^aSTwl^ '^^^^'^"^""vthrc^'^^ •''''¦"."^k*^!*/^''; store beiiuse the, tawwlT^^^ Sunday, windy, slightly colder. ^e winter i. for^ Jd^«»dwi' be "^'T ''""T ^^^^""^ on the . Friday -Mann b... in'TI^ Pitfall." ,, .„.#„, .Ik--., k... ;. ..-Jt *m....aJ,1 ..I.... a._ e>.ii .«.„ „ij. . xu.ioKi «j»»»u..u wiw OK noandamos proceedings commenced by a ppiwerfol 4-Bct droouu Saturday— ; , ^"ceessfal merchants >now .t--^ ^MonA^. clear, fine F.II day, coldest anxious to transfer tbeir ^^ to the the Town of Hempstead against the "BTints and Sinr*rs,'3-act draia. for : tbey spend money for •<^^V^J^^ ^-tZ!^^' .,.„ «v,l "^ "T^-i."'** ^ O* p«t has Btuud of SuoervisoTi. presenting JPw-rice Coatello. Leah tiling because, from rr-rr^ s-^r*^ ¦* roeeday. clear, pool. ej'vlBb thtds, credit Xhrwas^ many i f •» -r AdverUswnwit "pays." WedneMlay, clear, warmer. long, hanasiater.—S^Toik Co. New epi- gjgHIII liiiii iHBHiiiiii Very trifily yoors, Alfred T. Devisco. I presentiixg Jia'jrice Coatello, I Baird andTvdn Dyke Brook. ii^Siisi^^ili^i iMHiieHi 11.62. I Rockville Centre -Collector'William : H. Ciinnell, 7>< Viiiage Avenue; rate I * 1.16; 5 per rent. fee. i .. . „, I Mr. Hicks Legally Elected Justice Jaycox has decided th.t Frederick C. Ilicks is legally entitled to a aeat in Congiess. The election -was held in 1914. The result was ao close, though cn the face of return. Mr. Hicks' election wes indicted, it was contested. That Mr. Hick, waa fairly eiecttd, be hadn't the slightest doubt of. Tbe Bo.rd of Canva.sers too found tiiat he had a plurality, and wben tbe contest waa maUe he natur¬ ally felt that he ihouid defend it for his own respect as well as for the in¬ terests qf tbe Repoblican cauM. Tbere has been a statement to tbe effect tbat tbo-e representing the interests of Mr. Brown woold take their case to Con¬ gress. It wonid be a gracious act on tbe part of Mr. Brown to abide by tbe decision of the people and not make a farther contest on party lines in Con- gTMS. We hold too high c pinion of Mr. Brown's bonorableneM to believe any proceeding of tbii kind will hav« hi. approval.-^HefflpBtead SsntineL ii^^iiiiiMttilMiiii^^
|Title||Nassau County Review 19151126|
|Title||Nassau County Review 19151126|
Nassau County Review^
Official Paper of Nassau County
FREEPORT, N.Y., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26. 1915
Vol. XX, No. 48
SitiRle copies of the Review for sale at Greenblatt's ami Braithwaite's. Rail- road Avenue; MichnofT's, Nasaau County Review, DaSiiva'B and Go¬ betz'a, Main Street; DaSilva's,'WeBt Merrick ftoad. tf-
Trying to ^f»* fa the Fratemai Orders Reopening Services
at M. L. tharcfi
TliOBo 'tim«)d ara lor Sa
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The Colored Boy SmamdM mt Tiwmmn I bave been gtragKliac for'tke iiast two ¦ months to k« orgka'tamd. ' As yet we bave made little progreas totaaai tki9 '. organization. '
We, tbe Coioreti Bo; ScMAa ml Free- ''¦ port, are now stroggliac to get tyay \ suits, bat this we arm n—lili to dm hef- j caase of the lack of aaflcwst mmmey. .
the secret frstcmal ores Freeport oimI Ticinity-
News of the Churches | Merchants Planning
for Christmas Trade
Subject of Sermona. Servicer of the %ri and other doincs in the churches .tad church Bo^icties
BecaU!>e of the holiday several items of news n ceived late are held otfer till our next issue.
Twenty members of Freeport Coun¬ cil No. .57, Jr. O. U A. .M., atterded the '2iith anniversary celebration of Eagl^ Council No. A5, of Amityville, Tbur«day evening, November IK.
The celebration included a public in-
ftallation. followed by a nresentation
,,, , J, .. _«B a. aod a, dance. A baffet luncheon was
We have h gtjodly n«Bbcr ef kmya wbo . p,
are wiliinir to stick te tkm twi. ! r> i ' .- . t
,. , •*, s-..o.- _- Delegations were present from
One of the mam DCists M tkis •rU-1 mw..- . i n- .u . r- . -•
... . -. . .t-z ._ B_« "^ Heiatington and Northuort Councils.
cle IS to conttitiute arrtBair t« ¦elp!-,, „ ,7 ¦,-,-,, j o- . o
, _.. ' ^ „ , ,t^ Slate Councilor Kelder and State ."^-jc-
us along. This yea e«n mia to 10
Henry .Street. Shail -if* b.?^r^taatw-ii?
Yes, wfll be the an-fwur, itmi b;«.
without any asyiitaiRce'cf tke fteti'ir.
i>hali wo fail brca-j-itf .}f tk* lact ot
'retary Lisle, together with State i('b«plBin Bunce representfid the Stste • officers. i Joseph .Vlahler, deputy ovtr Free-
¦Mri?. I'Ja Arnold, milliner, announces that she will retire from business at you." We are roiir askta^ *ea t the clone of the year, and is now sell- ua in tnis great struggJe fcj ** ing slock at reduced prices. She is us anything yoa wish, advertising this in our isaue this week.
» t, , ^'r - a- . port Council, acted as master of cere-
money? Help us ray Irreadik, •»«- »n n r
,,,¦', ¦ .u- I ^^ * t. ¦ : monies aiid introduced Bro. Powell of
all, help us in this gocd caase fer it i?- c- , ,,, i ., i j .a.
. , ¦ '^ . - 1. . .. «.- 1 fca»ie Council who welcomed the
said in a ci^itain chapter to la*- At-w " ... _,, . , ,
rr, , ...»!, 1 . j„ti; a. gues'9 of the evening; This was fo!
Testament. Ask an«l it *»»:* t« S'lftn "^ "
The annual Callithumoian parade was held ycstirday (Thanksgivir.g Day). Full details are held overuntil our next iHflue, because of necessity of going to pres give to hicrr. :"i:t^;po'>d pastor.
Kev. Proctor was the Br*s KiiBJsJtr in Freeport to make aa ic:*-. ; : to organize the Colored Boy S-,;ctBr*- By tbe CbaptaiE.
Joiias A. C. H. jtin*?.
Mineola Fair Receipts Bif
.Si ineola, Nov. 12—T.ne »**«-ett fourth annual meett>tg of ia-i ^penm
lowed by the public installation with P. C John W. Fawcett of Freeport, deputy of Eagle Council, as the in I stalling officer.
.\t the close of the inatallation Eagle ; Cjuncil honored one of its members i wb(5 has faithfully served a? iti^ trea.-"- ' orer for the full twenty years, s-ince the institution of the Council. Bro. Mahler introduced State Councilor Kelder who in a few well chosen [words, presented Thoma,s Wardle, J treasurer of Eagle Council, with a 'Past Councilor's jewel suitahly en¬ graved.
Next Tuesday, November 30, is the date of the euchre, pinochle and dance of Freeport Council No. 57. to be held at Crystal Lake House. The commit¬ tee is working hard to make this
The woik of reco*atin|> the M. E. Church and eniargmg tbe part of the bailding used for Sonday S«bool and other meeting parpoae* having been completed. re-op«aiog exercises were held Tharsday and Friday evenings, and ali day Sanday. '•ritb large and en¬ thusiastic attendances.
On Thursday evening an address on "Fellowship with God,"' was given by Rev. Willimm H. Morgan. D. D.. pas¬ tor of Calvary *l. E. Cturch, New York City, follcwe