THE MAMAV POST, flXBPOKT, ¦. T., lUDiAT. JAMUABT 7, ISIS.
Wanted, For Sale J ToLet, Board, etc.
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WANTKD -Position las narse; compe¬ tent and experienced. Iri'itiire Mrs^ A. Btelner, cure Nassau Pfist.
WANTKr> Voung pir! dialrinp pood
home to aiCl as maid and asnist In pen- | eral housework; pood wapes. Inquire i
Box L, care Nassau Post. 1-7-lt •
WANTF;b--Yr">uiip lady for oltlce attend- I
ant. Please call at the Freeport Studio. 71 South .Main street. Kreeport. I
K>R SALE—22% ajre farm In Maaea^'
chnsetts; healthy climate; purest running: water; beautiful scenery; 10- room house. gsraKe and stable. Price, fi.eoo cash.
AI.«0 V TO RENT—Small house at Roosevelt.
17.00 per month. Apply at Quality Bakery, corner Orove street and Olive BoMlevard. Freeport. 10-22-tf
TO LET—Neatly furnlshcid and heatfvd rooms for pentlemen only. In private family; one block from depot and two blocks from Main street. Address Mrs. O. B. O.. Nassau Post. 11-6-lf
WANTED—Work by the day or week: good oook and laundress. Carrie.
Archer. 26 Henry street. lt-5-tt
XO RENT—House, flve rooms with five
acres of pround, near depot at Sea
ford; reasonable rent. Wm. Oarnett
Payne, Seaford, L. I.
THE PEOPLE OK THE f'.'TATE OF
NEW VOKK: To Josephine Kirk, Mary E. Murphy, Danlei McDanlels, John McDanlels, Apens Avery Patrick Coleman, Wliliam Coleman, Alice Ma¬ roney, Apiies Colbert Denyse, Katherine Colbert, Elizabeth Colbert Mason, Em"* Colbert, John Colbf^rt, Hannah Wolf, and United State Fidelity and Guaranty Company,
Upon the petition of Johanna Ahearn, of Smithville South, New Vork.
You and each of you are hereby cited to show cause before our Surropate of the Couniy of .Nassau, at the Surro¬ gate's Courl of said County, held at the Counly t.'ourt House, ut Mineola, In the County of Nassau, on the flfth day of February, 1916, at nine o'clock In the forenoon of that day, why the account of Johanna Ahearn, as administratrix of the poods, cTtattels and credits of Michael H. Ahearn, di'ceased, should not be Judicially settled and allowed.
In testimfiny whereof, we have caused the seal of the Surropate's Court of the said Counly of Nassau to be hereunto affixed.
Witness, IION. HENRY SELDEN WKLLER. Temporary Surropate of our said County of Nassau, at the Surro¬ pate's Offlce, at Mineola, In the said County, the Slst day of December, one thousand nine hundred and flfteen. [L. S.] SA.MUEL T. WRIGHT,
Clerk of the Surropate's Court. 1-7-16-51
TEAM AFTEB 8EBIE8 OF RE- MABKABLE VICTOEIES CHAL¬ LENGES FOR COIINTY CHAM¬ PIONSHIP. AT 124 POUNDS.
Hempstead Juniors defeated the Victors of Wantagii last Thursday night at St. Oeorge'8 gymnasium;
score, 69-1 4.
Hempetead Juniors were over to Sea Cliff on New Year's Eve and when they reached there the man¬ agement aunounced that they would not play, thereby forfeiting the game to the Juniors. This makes six in a row for the Hempstead Juniors.
The Juniors play Country Life Sec¬ ond at St. George's gymnasium on Thursday evening, Jan. 13. Thus far the Juniors have not lost a game at home, and as they have a good sched¬ ule the attendance should be better. Tickets are 15 cents each, or flve for .')0 cents. T>ey may be obtained from the members. Buy a few and assist the team.
The Juniors defeated Sea Cliff Sec¬ ond at St. George's gymnasium last Tuesday afternoon by a score of 32-17.
SE.\ CLIFF SECOND
Goals Fouls Points
(Jonlan. r. f 2 0 4
L. Buttler, 1. f 1 » ?
K. Buttler. c 0 1 1
McNally. r. p 1 >'• ,;
Cooper, 1. p 0 0 0
O. Williams, r. f 1 0 2
Totals 5 7 17 HEMPSTEAD JCNIORS
Goals Kouls Points
Holmes, r. f 4 3 11
N. Williams, 1. f 1 3 »
Kyan, c 4 0 8
Bassett, r. p 0 0 0
Jones, r. p 1 0 2
Hutcheson. 1. p 3 0 6
Totals 13 6 32
Hempstead Juniors will play Min¬ eola High School at Mineola Saturday evening, Jan. 15.
Hempstead Juniors challenge any team in Nassau county for the cham¬ pionship at the weight of 124 pounds or under. Games to be played on op¬ ponents' courts. Addresa Mortimer D. Jones, 4 i'S Terrace avenue, Hemp¬ stead, L. I.
My Grocery Store
Because at this store prices are the lowest. Qoods of the best quality, always fresh and olean; service good; one price to all. Telephone orders promptly cared for. Children can do yonr shopping. Any faults we may have kindly tell us and we will cheerfully adjtut them.
ALL KINDS TEA
White Rose Salmon, a can,
Va-Ib, flat 14c
White Bose Salmon, a can,
Mb, flat 24c
Bed Alaska Salmon, tall cau.. 18c Pink Alaska Salmon, tall can, 9c Cal. Sardines, large oval can, 15c White Bose Shrimp, wet or • ¦
dry, can 12c
Beardsley Shredded Codflsh,
a box 9c
Flaked Codfish, a box 5c
B. and M. Fish Flakes, a can, 10c Freah Mackerel, tall can.... 18o Japanese Crab Meat, y^-lh
Japanese Crab Meat, 1-lb
W. B. Lobster Paste, can 25c
W. B. Shad Boe, can 26o
Tuna Fiih, y^lb can 14o
Tuna Fish, Mb can 2dc
JDomeitic Sardines, can 4o
Imp. French Sardines, can. .lOo
Portngues^e Sardines, bone¬ less, can 16o
Normana Sardines, can ... 12V8C
Ivory Soap, a cake 4c
Ivory Soap, a cake 8c
Fairy Soap, a cake 4c
Fairy Soap, a cake 8c
Life Buoy Soap, a cake 41/550
Castile Soap, large bar 10c
Sweetheart Soap 4o
Fels or P. & 0. Naphtha
Soap, cake 41/20
Zap, a package 41/20
Lux, best for woolens, pkg. .41/2C Babbitt's 1776, large pkg.. 5o
Oold Dust, small pkg 4o
Kirkman's Powder, small pkg, 4o Kirkman's Powder, big pkg, 15c Kirkman's or Babbitt's
Cleanser, box 4o
Lenox or Oold Soap 7 for 25o
Bom Ami, cake or powder.. 9o
BaU Blue, l^•lb box 6c
Van's No Bub, a box 80
Double Tip Matches, box... 80
NEW OBLEANS MOLASSES.
.6O0 per gaL
PURE APPLE CIDEB VINEQAB.
.25o per gal.
Wishing All a Happy and Prosperous New Year
DON'T FAIL TO LOOK FOB TEDS ADV. EVEBT PAY TOU.
J. J. DOLAN
28 WEST MEKRICK ROAD
OUTDOOR CHILDREN NEEDEDJHE SAYS
Make Better Men and Women, Mrs. IT. Seton Asserts.
MUST LEARN NATURAL UWS
"H You Catch Humanity Young Enough Chance ef Letting In the Light Is GrMter," Declarea Wife of Natura Writer—Lauds New Move¬ ment
New York.—"One reason why 1 am ¦o much interested lu tbe outdoor movemeut that is sweeping over the country," said Mrs. Grace Gallatin Se¬ ton recently, "is because I believe that a nation can rise no higher tban the level of its women and tbat it is best to begin early to make our women all that they should be to become the fit¬ ting wives and mothers of the race."
Mrs. Seton. wife of Ernest Thompsou Seton and a member of the Council of the Woodcraft I.«ague, weut on:
"It is also Important to begin teach¬ ing the men while they are In the re¬ ceptive perlo rleiux proflt on his sheep durlii<; tbe .veur. He had sold 128 worth of wuol and had sold his original purohase nnd their 'increase, less flve sheep the coyntcs hnd killed, for >166.40.
PUFFED UP LIKE A BALLOON.
Reck Itland (lli.) Doetom Punotura Boy's Skin and Save Hi« Life.
Rock Uland, 111.—The body of Fred Lawson, eleven years old, swelled to twice its normal size as tbe result of an accident, and for a time his life was endangered.
While coasting the boy was struck in the neck by a piece of wagon wheel rim protruding from the ground. The bronchial tube was punctured, and in ezhalln? his breath mnch of tbe air passed through this puncture and un¬ der the skin, causing tbe body to in¬ flate.
Young I.AW8on was at the point of suffocation when physicians arrived. Their flrst act was to puncture the skin of tbe neck and allow the nir to escape. They say the boy wlll live.
SAND SPRINGS, OKLA., MADE FOR WIDOWS
oil Producer Using Wealtli on Women and Children,
Sand SiM-iiiKs «)1:l.l. -Tills tnwn was built for wldiivvs. They ((iinpost' luore than u fdiirtli of l!:c .".<;Ih» popuhitinti. The town w;i> r>iiiiidc I liy Churles l'uj;e, iuultiiiiilli"ii:ii;<' "il iniMlinff of Tulsa.
His eurlicsl icdllcctiiM^ v, imi- ni' Lis luothor's t'lTnrts in imIsc lii'i- l;ir;.'t> I'liui- lly unaidel, tuul ln^ n'Siihcij that when he grew up he wmild l.ikf ciire of uH the widows.
When lif liuidf !ii> fnrtiiiu* Vinie founded Snud .Springs, lie built doz¬ ens of ((iiiifortt'ldi' fiiftufifs In whii'h gas, fuel and rent were free. Facto¬ ries he bought so tli<< widows ml^lit have employnient.
He built a car line to Tulsa upon which widows ride fnjc. There are a day nursery, free medical attendance and a vocational school. If a widow wants to get married Page helps her do that. He likes jnandmothers too. There are a score of ttiem here, with nothing to do but knit and read and reminisce.
Page probably has more "cbUdren" tban any other man lu tbe world. An orphans' home In a nearby town re¬ cently went bankrupt. To provide bet¬ ter for the ilttle inmates Page le¬ gally adopted tbe wbole Institution and moved It to Sand Springs.
WOMAN KILLS EAGLE.
Pulaski County Resident Wins Record by Not Using Gun.
Rolla, Mo.—Mrs. J. II. Arthur, who lives near Laquey, Pulaski county, probably enjoys the distinction of be ing tbe only woman in Missouri to kill an eagle witbout tbe aid of a gun.
Recently she beard a noise in the chicken yard and saw a large eagle swoop dowu on the flock. A watch¬ dog rushed upon the eu^le and knocked It to the ground. Mrs. Arthur grabbed a long piece of wagon tire and struck It witb all her might, breaking Its neck and right wing. The eagle measured six feet four taches from tip to tip.
TWO DRINKS, TWO YEARS.
Local Option Law Violator ef Fort Worth, Tex.. G«ts Limit.
Fort Worth, Tex.—Charles Pettlgrew waa defendant in the first case tried in Tarrant couuty under tbe law mak¬ ing it a felony to sell liquor in local option territory. He was convicted and sentenced to two years. He sold two drinks to the same man.
Pettlgrew was Indicted in January, and his flrst trial was on an indict¬ ment that carried only a misdemeanor penalty. He escaped on a technicality. Tbe next indictment under the felony law also was held defective, bnt the third one; was sustained.
GEARY'S POPULAR SCHOOL.
It Boaeta Seven Pairs of Twin*. Claims Record Per Oklahoma.
Geary, Okla.—The Geary school lays claim to tbe unique dlsttactlon of hav¬ ing more pairs of twins attending the school than any other school of its size in the state.
At the present time there are seven pairs of twins enrolled and another girl attendtag who bas a twta brother, who will probably start after the new year. This will bring the total number of twta pairs enrolled np to eight These twins are scattered all the waj through tbe scbool trom tbe primarj to the nnlor claas.
MRS. ASQOiTH AND LADY HAIG ACTIVE
Husbands' Elevation to High Poslflons Accredited to Then.
HAVE GREAT INFLUENCE
Qreat Britain Prime Minister'a Wife ef Material Assistance to Him, and She la Probably Most Influential Wo¬ man In English Politico—Lady Haig Also Powerful.
London.—Two women, Mrs. Asquitb and Lady Haig, are playtag an active part in Great Britain's politics. To their work is accredited the elevation of their husbands to high positions.
The action brought by Mra. Asqulth. the wife of the prime minister, against the London Globe to restrain its editor from publlshtag any more letters from its readers Indirectly roferrliii;; to her aa a friend of German prisonci-s of war litleriied lu Dounlu^tou Hall had much uiore l>ehlud It than the extreme ly courageous aftiou of nn inde|.'in aud fearless wointiu.
The prime inlnlster'.s wile Is proli,iLil.\ the most iiiilueutial tM'iuau In i;ii;;llsli politics In mudeni days. The lute Duchess of Devonshire, the "liiitilile Duchess," as she wa.s called Lieiause she captured two ducal titles In succes¬ sion, that of the seventh holder of th«; Manchester title aud the eighth of Devonshire, could perhaps have had greater political power if she could have persuaded the indolent Duke of Devonshire to accept the offlce of prime minister. Mrs. Asqulth, on tbe other hand, is couimuuly believed to have materially assisted her husband to thLs high offlce. Hla enemies have always been legion and his frieuds not numer¬ ous, hLs character betag that of tbe serious Scotsuiuii who forms emotional ties with difflculty.
Mrs. Asqulth, brilliant, witty, tem- perameutul and Intellectual and in¬ variably cntertalnlug, has supplied thLs deflclency and by her tact and charm she has kei>l uuiiupulrcd many politi¬ cal friendships useful to her husband.
The withdrawal of the British forces from the GalUpoll peninsula Is credited to Mrs. Asijulth's advlfe, coupled with the recommiMidatlon of Major General C. C. Monro, who .sucf-eeded General Sir Ian Humlltou as commander at the Dardanelles, which was made publlc in the house of lords by Lord Rlbblesdale. Mrs. Asqulth's brother-in-law.
Lady Ualg, the wife of Geueral Sir Douglas Haig, who bas taken over the command of the British troops in France as the successor of Field Mar¬ shal Viscount French, is credited with having exerted great Influence toward her husband's advancement In tbe army. Sbe was the Hon. Maud Vivian, one of the "Vivian twina," who were famous as maids of honor to Queen Victoria and Queen Alexandra. Before his marriage to Miss Vivian ten years ago Haig was a favorite with General French, huviut; served under French at Aldershot uud then accompanyluK him to South .\frlca durhig the Boer war. Whatever French has beeu able to do for Half? bus beeu done, but his present high command is the result more of the influence at court of Lady Haig, and Lord Kitchener has beeu persuaded by royalty's desires to ad¬ vance the man most favored by his old enemy, General French. , Sir Doug¬ las Haig was promoted to be a full general only a year ago, although bc had beld the post as chief of staff in India for some years, havl^ won it through the Influence of King Bdward and Queen Alexandra^
Sir Douglas and t^dy Hulg have-not taken an.v/ particular p«inB-to>«88ume any leadership In I>ondon society since their marriage and bave not kept up a London residence during visits home from India, spending their time at Al¬ dershot, where Haig earned the nick¬ name of "Von Haig" on account of bis Prussian thoroughness in military mat¬ ters and his stem way of handltag sub¬ ordinates. He and Lady Haig bave two children, daughters, named after the two queens whom Lady Haig served—Alexandra Henrietta Louise, bom In 1907, and Victoria Doris Ra¬ chel, born ta 1908.
CURES BICHLORIDE POISONING
Cincinnati Doctor Diacovers Antidote For Deadly Drug.
CtaclnnatL—Physicians at the Cln- etanatl General hospital bave discover¬ ed an antidote for bichloride of mer¬ cury, one of the most corrosive poisons known.
Recently Miss Birdie Talbott took foor of tbe deadly tablets. Sbe was taken to the City hospital wrlthtag ta agony. The physicians gave her copi¬ ous doses of a combination of drugs discovered by Professor Martin Fisher of the medical department of the Cln- ctanati university. The woman has left the hospital entirely cored.
OLD LADY DRIVES CAR.
Estherville (la.) County Claims te Have Oldest Woman Auto Enthusiast.
Estherville. Ia. — Estherville now claims to bavo the oldest lady anto mobile enthusiast in the state, if not ta tbe whole country.
Mrs. M. E. Jehu, aged seven ty-three, proprletres.<« of tbt» G^stherville green¬ houses, recently purchased a car and after a few lessons from a demonstra¬ tor took Chanel of the car and expects to drive It regnlarly.
Most Remarkable January Clearance Sale Ever Held
Our bniinesB has grown to such large proportion! that we have been compelled to enlarge our present quarters. We have added more than 10,000 iquare feet of selling space at Not. 28 and 30 Weit Thirty-fourth itreet in the adjoining buildingt.
A great opportunity ii offered you to make selections from
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
Hij^K Grade Fxirs
Ever Gathered tn New York
Previous to the Necessary Alterations to Effoct an Immediate Clearance.
We Have Reduced Every Fur Coat, Scarf and Muff
To About One-Third to One-Half Less Than Our Wholesale Prices
FUR AUTO COATS—Lined with heavy woolen cloth, sleeves and yoke of satin '| Q ^ff Value $27.50, NOW .... lOe/O OTHER AUTO COATS TO $150
CLEARANCE SALE PRICES
7S 00 French Seal Coats
• •^•W Dlstiiictivf llaru. belted or conserv¬ ative models, convertible oollar of real beaver
85.00 K^^"^^, s^f* ^^^l^ ,
^^^^e^^^^ .Newest Hare deslRn. collar, eurfu uiul border of real .''kunk
11 fl (\(\ Hudson Seal Coats A\fa\t\f Distinctive models, self collar and
125 00 Hudson Seal Coats
*~**'*^'^' Tilninied with Poiitrastlni? tvxrt-.
200 00 Hudson Seal Coats , lie fifi
¦*^'^'* t'oss.i6k and tlare models, collar and I I ^¦_aJ«J
deep border of skunk »«i^»^^-*»'
90 00 ^Ai'ACul Coats nty j^fh
Kuropean dyed skins, i>luin or trim- \ t^a- m Sa a
ined wltii contrasting' furs
22^ 00 Persian Lamb Coats f 0*7 Cfi
*****'*'"^ MtLde of selected I.oipzlK dyed skins, J, O f eOw
59.50 65.00 77.5Q
In all modelH
Hudson Seal Model Coats
Former Wholesale Prices up to $350
Trimined with best guallty skunk. The most extraordinary offer of tills Kreat sale
Were 9.00 Were 12.00 Were 11.00 Were 15.00 Were 15.00 Were 18.00 Were 19.00 Were 20.00 Were 21.00 Were 24.00 Were 3'i.OO Were 42.50 Were .'.0.00
Red Fox Were 10.00 g^JJ
Hudson Seal Were 20,00 11,50
• • Skunk Were 19.00 J2 Jft
Mole- Were 25.00 13.00
-"BeaTer Were 25.00 14,75
Taupe Fox Were 25 00 14.50 Natural Lynx • Were fo.ooJJJQ
Black Fox were 2100 13.50
Black Lynx Were :i5.oo 22.50
• • • • Ermine were 55.00 37.50
White Fox were 50 00 32.50
• • Blue Fox Were 50.00 27.50
¦Cross Fox..-- Were 60.00 37.50
All Purchases Will Be Stored Pree Dnring the Sammer in Our Cold Storage Plant on the Promiiei.
Where Furs Are Retailed at Wholetale Prices
Vud wbere yon ¦na;- aeleet from thp aioat rxtrn.lvr MMaurtment ot lum la Ibe Connlrr
Take Elevator at No, 40.
28-30-32-34 West 34th Street
Everybody Get In Line For Prosperifye
Home Patronage Will Do It
If you spend your money with your neighbor he'll ^lend his
with you. The ads. in your home paper ivill teil you how to spend it
judiciously. BOOST FOR HONE TRADE AND PROSPERITY