Nassau County Review 19181025
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Official Papar, Village of Fraaport FREEPORT, N. Y., FRB>AY, OCtOBER 25, 191S VoL XXI, No. 43 tTYLOAN BOND BUYERS fr^ Ken, Dorothy R. Bamciser, Jac6b, Baier, Jerome W. Bcnesch, Jack C. !e, Frank J. Bradley, E. W. Bred- en, Charles Brower, Gertrude V. ' Brown, Leona Brown, Gaisepano Bus- ^^_ 'oUowinR it the flnal Hit of buyers I cemL Georgre C. Bynner, Benjamin J9 the splendid record made by Free-1 Carman, Jos. H. Carley, Lap A. Car- fort a'nd its san-oundinir villages of rilio, P. L. Carty, Mrs. Susie Carota, Xooa«velt and Merrick ip their drive' Thomaa F. Chantler, Marian D. Chap- over the top for the Liberty I..oan: man, E. Stuart Chapman, Mabel Chen- Edward Ascoli, Mae G. Aston, D. W. I ey, G^rge W. Cieland, James F. Cor- Antz, Horace D. Badger, Ada T. Bak- j ron, Katherine V. Corron, Julia M. ar, Harry Barasch, August Behrens j Coffey. Ua E. Bixby, W>»ard G. Bixby, Jen-1 Richard Corroon, Edmund T. Chesb- «ta A. Boaton, John J. B<Mton, C^ D. j j^^^ Christian Lawrence, Juliette M, ABOUT THE CHURCHESI RlfoRE MEN TO CAMP (ItMB* III thu eatmaam i ih« pmatara el churcJws ithm oBMala al ckarch itaBW. wMUa Iha ttfaito af oemr as h»ratoba4.) ISehaAmXa ol regmlmr aarrleaa ay "aara vlllafa ihattaryi^ inren, Minis Brow, W. J. Butler, Mil .dred F. Cole, D. A. Clarkaon, A. R. Carnie, Willet L. Carman, Frederick Caaaassa, A. B. Cruden, George W. Gmden, Emma Denny, Harry Dixon, Msrgaret Dodd, W. F. Downs, Paul G. Downing, Joaeph L. Drake, Irene S. Drake, Victoria Dntel, Charles W. Er- iel, Benjamin Fairbrother, Jennie Farmlett, Gretel Fink, Anna L. Fis¬ cher, Charles W. Fischer, Clinton M. Flint, Ida Foley, C. Milton foreman, ;Mr. or Mrs. Norman Golder, Sam Orasso, Gisela Pauer, Henry J. H. ,Henry, Enma Hewlett, Fred M.Tlew- Willis G. Hitchcock, Lilla Hum- , yhrey, Nina B.Humphrey, Frank Jocr- Isaen. Margaret Joerissen, Edward Keogh, Helen Keogh, JoaeplrKOTgh, Margaret (;. Kuogh, Margaret Keogh, Mary Keogh, Thomas Keogh, Celia Klawitter, A. Kuprevtsch, Ida Lake, John Leoni, Oeorge McKay, jr., Mrs. O. McKay, Mae C. Mack, John B. Mack, Ruth A. Mack, Thomas W. » Mack. Marie Maraglio, W. J. Martin Coal Co., Ginsreppe Martelle, Men'.s L|?iib, Church of the Tran.sfiguratio:', *'^ Qiarles F. Meyer, William H. Meyer, ; Charles Mcravec, Frank Muro, Elwood ¦ Myera, Richard W. Naylor, Walter M. Nicho'ls, Nellie G. No.sworthy, Smith : F. Pearsall, Mrs. Bessie Pierre, Van¬ dewater ^ost, JDaniel G. Raynor, Val- borg Bautach, Dallas Reach, Bolton Iteach, Louis Ruppert, Isabelle V. Ry¬ der, William H. Ryder, Mrs. Bertha Schloss, Henry F. Seaman, Sickels Loder Co., Hiram R. Smith, Mrs. W. C. Smith, Matilda Sparke, M. Magda¬ len Sproull, Ann .Adelaide Sutherland, jr., A. E. Taxter, Sophia M. Trough, John H. Van Nostrand, C. F. Vail, Jaeob Williams, Thomas Williams, I Gaorge W. Zimmerman, Susan Zim¬ merman. K:. Ma1>el C. Abel, R. S. Barrie, Mrs. ^'JTohn Bikholz, Mrs. Claude Berard, Amelia C. Berger, George T. Conklin; '^Thomas W. Cann, Elizabeth Clifford, JSttaM. Crandell, WillUm E. Cre- o^Srat, Mrs. William W. Edwards, :i Jessie Einsfeld, Madeline Fried, Mrs. i-Fi. W.»Fitasinunon8, Harry W. Felker, jr., Wilbur Grifenfaagenr Arline Grif¬ enhagen, Clara L. Gibson, Carrie Grif¬ enhagen, Charles E. Gatter, Robert H. Hoile, Albert Hoffman, George M. Hewlett, Paul Johnaon, Edna A. Jaclf- aon, Marion Kerwin, George Kaars, Steatford A. Miller, Isabelle McKee¬ man, Margaret McKeeman, John W. McKeeman, Edith P. McKeeman, Celia J. McKeeman, Mrs. Charlotte Mark¬ heim, Jamea K. Mead, Dorothy Mac¬ Callum. Mrs. Eva MacCallum, Ethel MacCallum. (Elisabeth A. MorreU, Louis Mark- heim, Betty Miller, Jesaie B. Oster¬ hout, Sigfried A. Olson, Smith F. Pearsall, Miss Mabel B. Powers, Gar¬ field Post, iChas. E Powell, Mary M. Poat, Ivy Smith, Amelia Svnherland„ Walter E. Stevenson, Mildred £. StevT •enBpn,Mrs.Geo.H. Story, Ella L. Schu- Schlegel, Mrs. A. Schlegel, Rudolph Jkhlegel, George E. Thome, C. Ur¬ lacher, John Voroa, Emily E. Wallace, !Edna L. Weyant, Louise Zehner,Fran- cia Zehner. macher, G. Sekine, C. Sekine, John Bernard R. Able, Lucille C. Allen, Emmet M. Allen, Mra. Anna AUen- dorf. Rose Amelia, Bertha A^her, F. FL Arguimbau, B. M. Aach, Joseph A. AaOx. Ralph Austin, Sara X. Baldwin, Stephen T. Baldwin, H. D. Badger, George Baites, Mrs. William J. Bar¬ tow, Gerkmde Barnum, Charles T. Bahr, Mary E. Behr, Clarissa E. Ber- Go to Kegel'a for Furs. AdvartUamaBt tka plMo to Wy Caid. Siaelahr magmer, 9 Ne. Maia St.. teleglione 1S4 wtmgor apart JkAeorOao Queen Quality shoea far women. To¬ basco brown calf laoe, Goodyear welt •ole, imitatioa tip perfonated, Cuban hreL Widtiu A, B, C and D. Price ^.00. Agency at Crevoiaerat'a, 96 So. Main Street. S Aa*a>-ti«emcnt Cleantec «•> aala of flae nuraery •loek, Isi«e aaid Msall; low eaat; spe- •ial diaeo«mt to dealers; raaet elean gronad for %«ildiar parpoaoa. Wood- Mnc Naraaey, Joka J. Raadall. Ocean and Lena Avanaea, Freeport tf A4*«Tti»«m«i>t Educator Shoes for men allow the feet to have their jjormal shape. Gun metal cait hha^ter lace, full toe, Good- ^.^«sr welt aole; priea 17.60. Agcaey It Crevoiaerat'a, 96 So. Main Street. Advertlsrmmt CAKD OF TBANKS We wiah to poUiely expreaa, oa be • of our aiator, Mra. French, her I'Slaeera appreciatioo and gratitude for H'^'^IIm) many kind maoifeetatlons ot sym- jtathy that have been shown over the ^ath of her husband. Dr, Harold M. MSa JOHN k. SBIBKBI', MRS. FAUL a BERG. CARD OP TSAMKfi The berea»ad faaily of Catharine (ley extaad Seair idaoare thaaks lio naisUMva fMr thtir many Mc* pi sjnaipathr. Coffey, Margaret C. Coffey, Mary A. Goffey, Mrs. M. J. Coffey, Richard J. Coffey, Stephen A. Coffey, Thomas J. Coffey, Mrs. H. Cohen, Harry Cohen, Louis H. Cohn, Anna Collins, E. V Colyer, Lillian F. Colyer, Philip F Colyer, Whitson Colyer, Delia E. Coh- nolly, Francis E. Connolly, Edna Combs, James M. Conner, Alice V. Cook, Mrs. Henrietta Cook, Frederika Cooke, Charles^L.'Corby, Harry Cor- ccvar., Catharine Corroon, James F. Coroon, Alice M. Corwin, James A. Coward, Alt»ert D. Crevoiserat, Eliza¬ beth Crevoiserat, Harry Crevoiaerat, Lawrence Crevoiserat, Mary E. Cre¬ voiserat, Betty B. Cummings, Helen Cummings, Sarah Curtis, Amilla P. Cutter, John B. Danley, Arthur A. Danley, Alfred T. Davison, George Davison, A. P. Davisson. Hannah K. DeLap, Robert J. De Lap, Stefano D^Lucio, James Dennis, Mrs. W. Dennis, Maude A. Detwiler, Irene Dilzer, Harry Dixon, Leo Doher¬ ty, Vidla Doherty, J. Franci.'i Dooley, C. S. Dowms, J. A. Duffe^t, Felix A. Duffy, Elaine Dunbar, Walter Dun¬ bar, Nettie M. Duryea, A. L. Earle, E. R. Eastman, Donald Edwards, Chas. W. Eidel, Christina Eidt, Julia Eld¬ ridge, Adeline Bertha Evers, William Evers, Belle Farmer, Albert S. Faris, H. B. Fennelly, Mrs. H. B. Fennelly, Mrs. Maude D. Firth, Sadie E. Fla- harty, Thomas J. Flaherty, Alice E. Forbes, C. Milton Foreman, Freeport Lodge No. 600, L O. O. F., A. E. Frost, Ward R. Frost, Elspeth M. Furey, Mrs. Katherine Gallaher, Annie Gil¬ bert, Godfrey Gilbert, David A. Gilles¬ pie, Wm. J. Gillespie, Geo. A. Gissell, Mervin E. Golden, Hyman Goldfarb, Edward Goldrick, Charles Gombert. Edward Gombert, Mrs. W. E. Gorm¬ ley, Frederick W. Gray, Sylvester Greenblatt, Frederick B. Grim, Caro¬ line S. Grunaller, Bessie Guest, John Hagerty, jr., Dr. Leo Halpin, John Hamilton, Bella Harris, Chas. Harris, Clifford Harris, Gordon Harris, J. B. Harris, Jos. B. Harris, Jos. B. Har¬ ris, jr., Sadie C- Harris, Carman Hart, Betty Hart, Herbert Hatfield, George E. Hatfield, Mary I. Hawkins, Gret- chen Hess, H. H. Hess, Mrs. H. H. Hess. Frank G. Hill, Robert H. Hodge, W. S,' Holske, Lena M. Hopper, Her¬ man H. Horn, Herman Hom, Hose Co. No. 4, Henry T. Howard, Clyde Huy¬ ler, George S. Huyler, Estate of Ed¬ gar Jackson, Hilbert R. Johnson, Frank S. Johnston, Clarence E. Jones, Katherine D. Kahn. Richard S. Kahn, Edwaid Kegel, Anna E. Kelly, Robert A. Kennedy. Florence S. Keogh, Frank A. Keogh, Augusta King, Charles A. Kirchgess¬ ner, H. Wiliiam Kowitz, H. B. Lake, Edward Langer, Fred Leadley, Regina Lee, Otto Lehraann, Edward B. Lent. Agnes E. Loonam. Bert Lott. A. L. McArdle, John J. McCauley. Emily McCloskey, Edwin C. McKay, Samuel M. McKay, Grace E. MacFarlane, Charles E. Mack, Donald H. Mackay, Jacpb Maier, Domineco, Manzd^^ Frank Minning, Mrs. David Markowitz, J. Markowitz, Mrs, J. Markowitz, Annie D. Marx, Eugene S. Marx, Wilhel¬ mina A. Meadon, Mn. Julia Merritt, Charles B. Middleton, Leona Meddle- ton. Frances Miller, H. F. Miller, Mont¬ gomery N. Milbank, Adele Miller, Jen¬ nie Milton, Harry Mole, Tom Moore, C. F. Moran, May Movies, Edward R. Morawetz, Harry W. MorreU. May Morris, Jennie Morae. Elias Newland. Raymond Newland. Charity Norris, Arthur Noaworthy, HenrJ Offennan, John F. O'Melia, Mrs. J. E. Oram, Father John L. OToole,. Ruth Over- ing, WUliam H. Palk. Jessie D. Pafaa- er, Gussie Paschette, George Z. Pat¬ erson, Geneva H. Paton, Eari Pa^aon, Elizabeth Pearce, Osmond Pearce, Amos V. Pearaall, Fegge Dresa Co., Bertrand H. Perry, Anna B. Pettit, Aubrey Pettit. Arthur H. Pethybridge, J. W. Phillipe. J. J. Pierre, M. D. Pinlcler, Alzeo W. Place, Gua Poulakia, Ous Powers. Frances di Raimondl, R«»bert Rams bottom, Helen Rand, Eraaat 6. Ran¬ dall, Edwin Rappaport, Gearge Raa- mussen, W. M. Rauscher, Al. M. Ray¬ mond, Walter Raymond, Charles M Reed, Irene Reese, Jennie Siee, H. H, Rinaldo, H. R. Robertson, Elicabeth Robinson, Mrs. Mary Robinson, John Racco, Frank E. Rose, jr., Frank E Rose, Francis A. Robs, H. B. Rotheim, May .Ruhl, Edna H. Runcie, Edna Run cie, Rudolph Ryf, Ella Samaon, Nie ola Scalamandr^. H. E. J. Schiffer, ll^rtense Schless, Comeliua Sehaler, J. A. SehaKa, sr.. J. A. Sduttx, Mar- gurite Seholtz, Margaret A. SchuHs, Helea Sealy, Alfred Seaman, Charles I C. Seaman R. B. Seaaum, Ira R. Searby, Mrs. Seiwert, Milton P. Sheehan, Edith R Sigmoid, G. Edwin Sloat, Alvin G. Smith, Carol A. Smith, Clinton Smith, Mrs. E. R. Smith, Francia F. Smith, Harold L. Smiih, Ida Smith, Lewis J. Smith, Mary i^ Smith, Melville Si Smith, Dr. W. G. Smith, WUbert H. Smith. XoAis D. Same, Ethel M.' Soathard, IsabeUe Soathard, Mary S. SpaMlaar, May Bgai^k, Fred 8tea««l. Mrs. T. JStaeevaai, NelHe C. Stevaaa, <OaaMa«wl se Fac* 4) Methodiat All the services of the church have been discontinued at the request of the Board of Health. It seems most probable that there v/ill be no services on the coming Sun¬ day, but if nothing unforseen happens we may confidently look forward to Sunday, November 3 as a re-opening day. Let us plan to make it a great day. In the meantime please notify your minister promptly of all sick in the church and congregation that he may minister to them in their need. Lutheran By request of the Health OflBcer there will be no services in this church next Sunday. It is hoped that the epi¬ demic will bc abated so much that aervices can ho resumed the follow¬ ing Sunday. Watch the papers for sn announcement. FRATERNAL ORDERS Oaiasa ia tha sacrat fratamal orgaaUatlont ef Fraaimrt and ricinity. Eastern Star Our social met last Thursday at the home of Mrs. Chester Fulton, where we collected jellies and preserves and made many handkerchiefs for our boys at the hospital. After the work we journeyed to Dr. Gordon Lindsay's home and presented him with a token to remember us by on his joumey to the SouCh, where he takes up his duties as captain in the Medical Corps, at Camp Greenleaf, Georgia. Royal Arch Masons At the regular meeting of Freeport Chapter No. 302, last Wednesday, the Most Excellent Degree was conferred. At the next regular meeting, on the Bth of November, the Royal Arch De¬ gree will be conferred. TJhe following men were sent to Ft. Slocum, on limited, service, on October 4th: Kenneth "fillotson Aleck Anderson Percy Clark MacCallum William S. Johnson John Sanders Thomas J. Campbell We did not obtain their a>ddresses. If any of our readers can advise us, for reference, we wduld appreciate it. Sanders and Campbell W4ire later retumed home because of phyaica/ disability. Gone to Fort TotUn 'On Wednesday moraing the follow¬ ing fourteen were sent to-Fort Totten: Andrew Kusnick, Long Beach John Bier, Roosevelt Harry Strat, Englewood William R. Kopp, Corona Alonzo Williams, Westbury Harry Smith, Roosevelt Edward D. Mott, Hempstead Frederick Lutz, Bellmore Joseph P. Manning, Baldwin Joseph Behr, Roosevelt Joseph Villeck, New York City i Lindley Beardsley, Garden City I John A. Newton, Hempstead ! John Crevoiserat, Freeport Rudolph Kloiber,' Baldwin Edward Carman, Baldwin Fred W. Weiber of Roosevelt and Arthur Reynolds of Freeport were on this call but were kept out by at¬ tacks of influenza. ACTIVITY OF PSRARY JElaatern Star On Friday evening, October 12, at the regular meeting of tl/e freeport Chapter, O. E. S., the Matron, Mrs. Albert Hutton, planned a surprise. The order having finished the Red Cross quilt, she delegated four offi¬ cers to retire, who on presentation, were dressed as Red Cross nurses and carried the quilt preceded by the American flag, ainging "The Star Spangled Banner." Following ap¬ plause, the matron presented a check of $103 to tiie chapter,- which amount was raised on the quilt. This check is to be donated to the local Red Cross. The quilt is on display in the Arcade Pharmacy windows and later will be s^nt to one of the near-by hospitals Shown in Annual Report Filed With State Librarian The Freeport Library, by Miss Alice B. Rogan, its librarian, has filed its annual report with the State Lib¬ rarian. The report showa sn increase VD.LAGE TRUSTEES At the regular meeting Thursday afternoon all present but Trustee Be¬ dell, a eammunication was received from the L. I. R. R. adviaing that the gates at the Henry Street crossing, which the company had been putting down all night long without having tried to secnre legal right to do this, would now be kept up except when trains were approaching. A communication was received fron Mrs. Alice Schwab asking the aid of the Board in getting the military po¬ lice to remove the guard which pre¬ vents soldiers from entering the place. This was not in the line of work of the Board, and no action was taken be¬ yond filing the paper. The Fire Council, through Deputy Chief Sn.ith, recommended the pur¬ chaae of 600 feet of hose as decided on by thc Council. He also had with him a Pulmotor sent on exhibition, but as the repre¬ sentative af the company selling these was not pre^nt, after a brief demon- stration^by Mr. Smith, which im¬ pressed the members ¦^ry favorably, this was laid over till the next meet¬ ing so that the representative of the company might be present. The ma¬ chine seems very practical and looks as though it would not deteriorate from lack of use. The Deputy Clii«f, on behalfj of Hose 2r asked for permission to order electric fixtures for the new housed nt a cost not to exceed $75. He was hi- structed to secure estimates and pre¬ sent tljtem at the next Board meeting. Thomas Chilton, day man at the power house, was granted an increase of stilarj' of $5 a m<nith. RED aOSS NOTES The Freeport Branch. American Red Cross, acknowledges with thanks the following contributions which have been made during the paat we<k: Mrs. Jacob Post ($1 monthly) $3.00 Mrs. C. E. Raynor (monthly) 1.00 Mrs. M. E. Powell (monthly) 1.00 Liberty Larkin Club, Mrs. Carter, Sec. 1.00 Hoapital Linen Fund Girls' Servic« League, Miss Hortense Mayer, treas. Mrs. W. P. W. Haff Mrs. Ida Summers Mrs. Edward F. Goldman Miss Lenker , Mrs. Werner Nygren N. S. C. Club, Mrs. G. H. Raynor, treas. Mrs. Nella Bergen Hopper Total $27.76 Kindly make checks payable to Freeport Branch, American Red Cross, and send to Mrs. Charles M. Hart, chairmaa. Finance Committee, 160 Wes,t Merrick Road, Freeport, L. I. MERRICK Tkia eelumo la aditad hy K«t. W. ¦. LH- tabnuidt ami all itaaa ahMM k« aaat «• kla to iiuara Inaartjam madm thta hamUag. $6.00 2.36 2..'>0 2.60 2.3f. 2.35 2.35 2.36 Freeport Club fbr a Patriotic Use A meeting of the Freeport Club will of over 300 volumes durinir the year i adCn be called, to vote upon the unani- and over 23,000 volumes lent free is i mous recommendation of the Board of follows: I Directers that the Club be turned over Volumes at beginning of year.—For to the War Camp Community Service adults, 3,897, added by purchase 156, for the duration of the war, at :: com- SOOAL AND PERSONAL John J. Randall and family leave for their Winter home in Florida this week. Mrs. George Wallace and Miss Hat¬ tie R. Wallace have gone to Southerr' Pines. N. C, where they expect to spend the Winter. Fnra boagbt aeU. ea^MUiCod. SiagaFB. Adv, On the Sick List Sinclair Raynor has been critically ill, but is improving. Smith Cox has been helping take care of his business during his illness. George Forbell of Rockville Centre, well-known in Freeport, is suffering firom blood poisoning, from a cbntam- inatdon while handling an enttalming case. Howard E. Pearsall of the Nassau County Review has been home for the past week. His little daughter has also been ill. Superintendent of Schooia IV. C. Mepham of Merrick and his daughter have been afflicted with the influenza and resultant pneumonia. Former Sheriff Stephen P. Pettit has been seriously ill, but is now gain¬ ing. The daughter and son of Erastua Johnson, the flre department janitor, have been victims of the epidemic but are gaining. Dr. William H. Runcie has had three caaes of influenza in his family, his wife, sister and daughter being ill with it, although getting along nicely. Lymfn N. Jones, of Lee-Patterson Co... has been away from work serveral daya from a heavy cold or influenza. Captain James Hanae is now attend¬ ing to his duties as Chairman of the Draft Board, recuperating from his recent illness by gift 71, total 4,124; withdrawn or lost 31; number now in use 4,093. For children the figures were 1,094, 86 and 59. a totol of 1,239 with 26 withdrawn, net 1,214; and the totals, adults and children 44181^at beginning of year; 372 added and 56 deducted, making a total now in use of 5.307 v^umes. The books lent were divided as fol¬ lows: Adults Children Totol Fiction 9.394 4.590 13,984 Non-fiction , ,4,323 4,408 8,731 Magazines 13,921 9,Q96 23,016 The number of new borrowers dur¬ ing the year was 570 and the totol number of borrowers regristered 3,436. Forty-one newspapers and periodicals are currently received at the library. The financial report shows a bal¬ ance of nearly $600 on hand, with ih". following figures RECEIPTS From School Board $1,300.00 State 100.00 Fines 160.61 DISBURSEMENTS Books Periodicals Binding Salaries Janitor Rent Heat and Light Miscellaneous An interesting feature of the report shows the special work done during the year: "In the line of patriotic duty the Freeport Public Library has taken an active part in the various campaigns for war relief. It has been a distrib¬ uting center for various pamphleta on food conservation, etc. Dnring the fruit seaaon several hnndred leaflets on canning and drying mita and vege¬ tables were distribated. On the walls were displayed posters and maps re¬ lating to the war. The Library War Service Fund waa the one in which the Library took the most active part. $260.60 were received here ftfcm our patriotic citizens and 208 volumes were collected and forwarded to the sorting station in New York. The campaign for booka for the soldiers and sailors still eentinues at the Lib¬ rary." Library Closed The Freeport Pnblic Library cloaed on Satarday, October 19. by roqoeat of the Board of Bealth, to remahi closed until the epidemic aubeides. $202.93 61.66 63.56 727.00 130.00 325.00 61.22 106.25 Keegan to Manage DaSa^a'a BrarMt J. Morton Keogan haa tifken the management of DaSihni's Main Street Iw^nch- Mr. ^eegan has been acting Dr. F. W. Fletcher, who in addition I *". *f«'«Hng salesmaa with a large to his extra work during the Spanish | vn«'*sale paper house. iuf1ua,nza woric ta examining phyai- i pensation sufficient to pay all carrying charges bf the club and to keep the place in first-class repair. This is following along the line of other clubs as the Rockville Centre Club, the Republican Club at Rich¬ mond Hill, and the Cedarhurst Club. So far this Club has not been called Vipon to do much, as a club, for the soldiers beyond loan of house on sev¬ eral Occasions for private dances to which a small number of soldiers were invited, and entartaining soldiers on one occasion in connection with a Lib- terty Loan drive and on another oc¬ casion for the enterteinment commit¬ tee of the W. C. C. S., and many of the members feel that now is a time for the members to show their patri¬ otic principles by doing their share in entertaining the boys away from home, in view of the establishment of the permanent camp at Camp Mills this Winter. There is a considerable opposition to the proposition on the part of those who use the club house regularly and who insist thai the Club has sufficient¬ ly demonstrated ita patriotism by lend¬ ing the house for meetings «f ihe Red Cross, Liberty Loan Committee, etc. The taking of the Club House for the Red Circle work will not inter- feie with its use for tiiese purposes, but will do away with ite use entirely as a club house for members of the Freeport Club while so occupied. Later.—The meeting will be held next Friday night, November 1. Spanish Influenza Reaches High Point Dr. William H. Runcie, our local Health Officer, informs us that he thinks the epidemic of Spanish influ¬ enza has reached ita highest point, judging by the report of caaes. A total of 125 cases have been reported for Freeport up to Wednesday mom¬ ing, an increase from 68 since last Thursday. Every effort has been made to pre¬ vent the spread of the epidemic. Churehes, schools and movie places have bem closed. Orderahave been iasued to saloons and soda fountain places to sterilize all drinking glasses after using. It has been requested that no lodge meetings or other public gatherings be held where more than a dozen or fifteen men or women might congre¬ gate at once, aad stores have been re- queated net to allow more than a lim¬ ited nnmber in their places at one time. It is thought tbat with these re¬ questa and orders being carried out fully tbe baa may be lifted in a very few day*. "^ In compliance with the regulation to avoid large gatherings of people at the present time, the regular monthly meeting of the Freeport Branch of the American Red Cro8%. will be omitted next Tuesday, the 29th. At an executive meeting of the new¬ ly-elected officers held recently, the following-were appointed chairmen,9f the various committees: Mrs. Charles M. Hart, finance; Mrs. Berkeley Smith, surgical dressings; Mrs. Albert Tol- •"'se '" the campaign beginning Nov Services at the Church of the Re¬ deemer Sunday, the Twenty«-second After Trinity, at 7.30 and 11 o'clock A. M. and 8 o'clock P. M. Celebra¬ tion of the Holy Commnnion at the early service. Moming Prayer and sermon at Jl o'clock. Evening Pray¬ er and sermon. No Sunday School this Sanday, but at 10 o'clock in the Parish House the Simday following the opening of the local public school. The Woman's .Auxiliary meeta week¬ ly on Thursdays at 2.30 P. M. in the Rectory for the winter instead of the Parish House in the interesta of coal conservatin. Choir practice is held in the Parish House Thursdays at 8 P. M. The Boy Scouta meet weekly on Tuesdays at 7.30 P. M A cordial in¬ vitation is extended to all to attend thc services of this church and to be¬ come identified with its community interesta. The Rev. Frank B. Draper returned on Tuesday from New Milford, Conn., where he has been forthe last three weeks tutoring in mathematics. • Over the top with $61,000.00 in all, reporta Chairman Leich of the local War Service Committee. Fine. And our quota was $35,000.00. And now the Committee girds itaelf to attack with the same spirit the United War Work quota which will be ours to cian on the local Draft Board, has been somewhat incapacitated, but is ;>ble to be around at this v^Titimg. House Bama Out ^or the Second Time The Fire Department was called out Wedneaday moming for call No. Dr. French and Wife Both Victinis of j^idemic nth. for the Y. M. C. A., National Catholic War Council, Jewish Welfare Board, American Library Association, <^e War Camp Community Service and the Salvation Army, $170,500,000 in all. Frank K. Harrison of Roosevelt, formerly of Merrick, i.s the first of thp men whose star is one of the sixteen upon the service flag of the Church of the Redeemer here to be reported wounded in battle. The government telegram to Frank's parents was re¬ ceived on Oct. 10th, stating that with regret that the government announced their son's being wounded in battle on September 12th, "degree uadeterm- ined' and that it was in possession of no further information. camp, supply; Mrs. Robert H. Earon, "cn-ilian relief; Mrs. Herbert T. Bacon, knitting; Mrs. William G. Smith, press; Mrs. F. E. Story, superintend¬ ent of workroom; Mrs. Charles E. Mack, assistant superintendent of workroom; Mrs. B. M. Asch, chair¬ man of. nursing committee; Mrs. N. T. Cole, checking and forwarding; Mrs. Emest Ault and Mrs. Gilbert A. Smith, inspector of hospital garments. As is probably known, the War De¬ partment, the Post Office Department and the American Red Cross are co¬ operating in the matter of Christmas gifts for the men in service abroad. On account of the great need of our Govemment for all transportation space, only one package may be sent to each man. Christmas parcel labels are now being issued to the men abroad, one to each men, which he will send to his family or friend here, to be pasted on the parcel when ready to mail. Even if one is lost no duplicate can be obtained. Soon after Novem¬ ber 1 pasteboard cartons for packing the gifte can be obtained from the Red Cross rooms. These are 3x4x9 inches in size, and when filled and wrapped must not weigh more than 3 pounds. They must be ready for mailing by November 16. The parcels must be packed, weighed, wrapped, stamped ete., in the presence of a committee appointed by the local Red Cross. Mrs. Swezey and Mrs. Barrie com- ^yy^^^ ^, pneumonia pose this committee here and any ad-q ditional information on the subject can be obtained from them. Henry Oh! of Bellmore died at his home there on Wednesday the 16th of blood poisoning and heart affection in the 63rd year ai his age. He leaves a wife and daughter, Mrs. Bartholomai of the same address. Funeral ser¬ vices were held on Sunday at 1 o'clock with interment at the Lutheran Ceme¬ tery, Brooklyn, the Rev. WM. H. Lit¬ tebrandt, rector of thj Church of th« Redeemer, officiating. Arthur E. Hewlett, employed ^n the shipyards at Baltimore, Md., and re¬ siding with his sister, Mrs. Allan Beetham, is recovering from a serious Doctor Gave His Life for Others—Hia Wife Survives Only' Five Days. Harold Milne French, M. D., died Friday after a few days' illness of in¬ fluenza and pneumonia, his sudden de¬ mise being largely caused by exhaus¬ tion through his heroic and untiring efforta to overcome these plagues. Since he moved to this village five years ago he had made himself highly esteemed as a cultored gentleman and an able physician. Dr. French was bom in Brooklyn February 24, 1884. He attended old No. 3 school of Brooklyn and gradu¬ ated from Mt..Vemon High School, after which he went into the electrical business. Later he graduated from New York Homeopathic Medical Col- lege^nd became an interne in Flower Hospital of New York City and waa subsequently associated with the Met¬ ropolitan Hoapital. New York City. He established a private practice in New York and later moved to Free- port, where he specialized in static electrical treatmenta and X and violet ray photography. He waa a former member of Co. G, 10th Regiment, and a member of the War Veterana and Sona Aaaociation of Brooklyn, aldS of the Foreaters and Rojral Arcanum, and the Sooth Shore Yacht dab. .• Funeral services were held Monday at hia resideaee. 111 Weat Merrick Road, Rev. R. H. Scott ofllleiating; in¬ terment at Greenwood Cemetery; Fal¬ ton, funeral directoip. Dr. French married Miss Suaie Grifflng of Shelter/ Island, who aor- vived him, with one son, Harold Milne, jr.; alao^ his father. Captain W. At¬ wood French, a veteran of the Span- Superintendent of Schools Mepham and family%have been suffering from the epidemic of influenza. Mr. Mep¬ ham and daughter Wella are well on the way to recovery, but at last re¬ porte Mrs. Mepham was threatened with pneamonia. Tbe local public school continuen closed this week. The Sunday School will be closed this Sunday, the 27th. The A. C. Doanes spent the week¬ end at Katonah, N. Y. .Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Suteliffe left this week to spend the winter season in Manhattan. mimm A chowder supper will be given next Wednesday evening, October 80, under the auspices of the Prebyterian Church; supper will be served from ft to 8 o'clock. The fourth annual supper and nov¬ elty sale under the auspices of the Ladies' Pariah Aid of Grace Lutheran Church, Belhnore Avenae, near legue Street, Smithville Sonth, will be held on Satarday evening, Novembm: 9, from 6 to 9 o'clock. Ticketa will be 26 oenta with an extra charge for coffee, cake and ice cream. WANTAGH There will be servicee in the church Sanday as usual: Sunday School at 2:30 and Christian Endeavor at 6:46. FREEPORT WELL OVER ON LIBERTY LOAN OVER $7«0.0«0 Onr local Liberty Loan Committee, the Freeport and First National Banks, and "everybody" have ri^t to be prood of the reault of the Fourth Liberty Loan Drive. The total will be around ^700.000. Ovr quota waa $896,000. Benaon Houae Samag FuRiilura la thia iasoe ia an advartieeteoat at an eeeHtn eata et tandtara, ehe., at thp Baniwn Hooae, for aext Satarday heeretag, Novambor 2, at 19 oUoeh. No PuUic Funerals __. ^ The village health officer, Dr) Wil-1 79. The fire wus in a nnall house on ham H. Runcie, and the Town Health the east side of Fraepert River, occu- Offlcer, Dr. WilHam H. Rhame, have j pied by J<Ab Stevens, and owned by 1 "h-Amencan War. issued ordera forfoiddmg the holding Wilson F. Southard. The ftre was evi- Mra- Freach PoUowa Her Hnahaad of public fanerala during the conUnu- dently from a gaa stove placed on top Mm HnraM If FT«n<.h aimA w^ of the Spanish influ««a epi- of a hot coal atov. Both Mr and Mr.. U^SS SSSoSf,'fiv^^^^^ I Stevens *«« «way. and the al^m j haabStld- She was critically il! at the was given by tte.r young son The ! yi„^ „, ^1. death; the fever never Mt While «n*weriBg the akrm the; ^m t^. cad eame. wagon bf Hose 2 sank in tiae newly j xho voaaa aan h«««t «r K««. excavated soil on Mill Boad and St.' '^^^ "" **'^ " •*****• John's Place. Truck 1 went to ^lie as- j si&tar.ce :.vid in turn itauk on the side ^g|Of the road and waa palled out by Hoae 2 with tlwr halp of a number of the flreaieB, aad in tha eaaa at Boaa i wagan ot a taam trem the Fraagart Coal Co. Mias Blanche Seaman, who has been sick for over a week, ia improving slowly. Mrs. H. E. Williams and Harold Kropp are alao on the sick list, but are getting along nicely. ance demic. Qoaes Fancy Stote Mrs. Jessie Smith has diacontinued the Women's Exchange and Rest Room whieh she has conducted for some time at 9 .Weat Merriek Road. Oswald, son i>1 Mr. and Mra. Oscar Krause. ia attending officers' training 8chc«l in New York. Wantagh went over the top In the Liberty Loan .campai^. Tha oAce ef Dr. W. G. SmtSi, Weat Marriek Koad. wffl bt elaoed Oetober 16 to aboot Norooibar 1. Manehmnan WeU Mettm 19 J*. HadMO Seat Stilea, $19 J9. I A*y, ..^'^ his parenta, has boaa iU bat ia improving. "The cartether amptoyai at the French reaidence has bovi eoofaad to a neigh¬ boring hoapital aeSerhag from tbe same. txaoUe. Fmm remaiglmd, haaght, aoU. SegaFa. There will be nftrical dreaaiaa* class in the Pire fUll every Friiay evening. HIGMWATRK TIDE TABI.B «^'Vis^.i£ni«aa^ai!3£;.,,. Hon Fraagepg Mows en Faga • iiiliiir' Friday, Oct. Satarday Sanday Moaday Ttaoaday y¦toaeday Thanday Friday. Nov. Satatday >' U 29 27 8t 29 99 « 1 . 9' ItMF.M. 1:49 P.M. iMUKML 9MF.SL djtr.M. 9:Jtf,ML $i99F.ML 9aSA.St. OMA.m,
|Title||Nassau County Review 19181025|
|Title||Nassau County Review 19181025|
Official Papar, Village of Fraaport
FREEPORT, N. Y., FRB>AY, OCtOBER 25, 191S
VoL XXI, No. 43
BOND BUYERS fr^
Ken, Dorothy R. Bamciser, Jac6b, Baier, Jerome W. Bcnesch, Jack C. !e, Frank J. Bradley, E. W. Bred- en, Charles Brower, Gertrude V. ' Brown, Leona Brown, Gaisepano Bus- ^^_ 'oUowinR it the flnal Hit of buyers I cemL Georgre C. Bynner, Benjamin J9 the splendid record made by Free-1 Carman, Jos. H. Carley, Lap A. Car- fort a'nd its san-oundinir villages of rilio, P. L. Carty, Mrs. Susie Carota, Xooa«velt and Merrick ip their drive' Thomaa F. Chantler, Marian D. Chap- over the top for the Liberty I..oan: man, E. Stuart Chapman, Mabel Chen- Edward Ascoli, Mae G. Aston, D. W. I ey, G^rge W. Cieland, James F. Cor- Antz, Horace D. Badger, Ada T. Bak- j ron, Katherine V. Corron, Julia M. ar, Harry Barasch, August Behrens j Coffey.
Ua E. Bixby, W>»ard G. Bixby, Jen-1 Richard Corroon, Edmund T. Chesb- «ta A. Boaton, John J. B