Long Island Memories
Th« Unofficial Newspaper of Nassau CZounty
FA.R TODAY;V ARiABLE WINDS SUNDAV LOCAL SHOWERS
OL 2 NO: 3
FIIEEPORT, NEW YORK. SATURSDAT, AUGUST 15, 1914
PRICE THREE CENTS
DR. CARMAN TELLS OF HANLEY WOMAN
Says She Was Committed to
Buffalo Asylum Because of
CALLED POLICE FROM NIAGARA FALLS
Denies Confessioh but Says She
Was at the Carman Home on
Nijjht of Murder
Smith and (\f-orr.i^ M. l.<'\\ take kii I)osit«' vlt'Ws (und (iiillc nalurally ^ti) of tilt' Htory lold in ilu^ smic Il(»Mi>i tal for Insane ai Uuffalo by a woman wliost! iitie nanif Its known only lo i!if authorities, her entrance inlo the laniofs f-ase addH another weird (.hai)- t.-T lor the remarkable murder iiiys- tejy. .She is the woman known a.'-- Helen I'ohaii anrl as Mary Hanley. u)o on la.st Friday railed the police Ol .Nia^raia Fall.s on the telophone and said Hhe had come to confess a cririie.
Her story as lold in form of a 'cdii fession" aroused a new inleiesi in ihe rase, for sin- described vividly how ."he had come to Kreeport from Flilla- delphia via New York aud llempsti-ad and thence hy riR to Freeport. Ac¬ cording to the police .slie lold how she had none to tlie side of I lie hou.'-e and broke a widnow in Dr. Cariiuui's olllce and (lied through tin- aiierauiic, llic sliot Ihat killed .\Ii,s. Hailey.
I»r. Caiinan and (Ieorge M. Le'j. of coiiiiHel for Mrs. Carinan, wlio is under indictment for iiianslaugiiler in ,^ the tirsi degree, went to liuffalo mi the Mcniday following the !ille'?,'<.'d c: n teSBiou. 'i'lieie, ai'iording to I.e. >. eousideiable evidence ihat will prcM- of inhnile value to the diieiise. u:i; obtained.
To Dlutricl .\ltoiney Smilli. tlie .'sr- pearance ol' the woman in Niagara means noi hint'. He believes she is another of the half Insane women u 'i<i have been Incited to rasimess lo i he revelations of the mystifying murder. Htf apparently does not consider tlial what she has to say is of sulUcleiil value to warrant ils further investi- KUtion. 1
Upon his return to Freepori lali- on Wednesday evening, Ur. l.'ariiuin related the Incidents of his trip.
"We lirst went to Niagara Falls. where we called upon Chief of Police Lyons. He told us that the woniaii had made a wjniplete confession to him. Ile told how the woman, who has given two names, Mary Hanley and Mary oChan, had called him up from the Niagara depot and had de flared that she was mentally troubled and had come lo make a confession of u crine. She was agitaled and lu-r voice was plainlv lliai of a wimiaii in dibtress.
"Chief Lyons brouglit her lo I'ldiie Headquarters. Chief Lyons had a Ion;; confession from her, in which shi' Btated 'hat she had cominilteed ihe murder of Mrs. aliiley. Hlutf^toid the Chief taht she had visited Freeport, coming from Philadelphia; that she had stopiied first at Hemp.'^tead. n'- turning to Freeport, and then after the shooting had left for New YoiU. She added that she broke the window of the Carman house and llu'ii lired the shot.
"Thi.s 'confession' of course, was heard by ouly two persons. After¬ ward, in a statement to doctois at the hospital, she repudiated her confe.v sion.' She did say, however, tliat she was in Freepori. on the nipht of .liiiit' 30, nnd went to my home on .Merrick road, in company with a man, who did the shooting.
"'This man is acquainted with Fai¬ rell,' she told me.
"She told the autroilles that «h" had not given her correct name when she said she was Mary Hanloy: neith¬ er is Cohan her. right name, but she did give the correct nai|ie later, on condition that It be withheld from the public. She said that she did not wisli to bring a good family inlo the case The woman was In bed when 1 railed on her at the hospital, and sl e picked nie out sayinp: 'You are Dr. larman.' '• How to you know?' I asked " 'Y'ou attended me, but I have changed so much since then. The woman is about 35 years old. with grayish hair and of medium iieight. She wore a tau diess when rlio was taken by the authorities. Doetorij Fletcher and Hurdf in charge of the
fllEEPORTSCH(«U«,AKD ORGANIZES |y„mjj JJ QJJJ ^ J^ j Wim RESI-OBM lO^THE WAR CAUip^^jg jg ^^^^ p^^ ^^^^ ^j IA HSS AND PIECE
U. S. Columbians is There! OF CAKE HIS REWARD
R. H. Hunt President-Cozzens and f\r\\ipt\rinn ft % ITr\m iTF Baker Head Committees lUNbKtjotArlUlUAl t
The oliaid of Kdiication. of Free- ; port, met on Wednesuay ev^^ning for ort:ani/ation and lor the transaction of other routine bii.'-iiie.'-s. The fol¬ lowing oflieers were elected for Ihe :irlu)ol year: I'reKideiit. Robert il. lluiil; lice president. Waller U. Coz /.ens; clerk. Francis i; Morse: tre.is iiiM, *).-<;ii \\ \alennne: and medi cal in.speciur. .luliaii l)«-aii. .\I I)
Trustees Cozzens and .Moure vvi r<; appoinicd a coiiiiniiiee on buildings aiui giounds: 'lYuslees linker and I'osi Wire apiiointed a coiiimiliee on tinaiice. .Ml other edtalls are refer¬ red Io Ihf Imard ;is a coiiiliii!lee uf llu; vho).-.
Tlie i;cu liu.-,u-e, (¦|i;ir!i.s C .Moon- took hhi seat as a new member and plainly slioueo ni;- (li'*ii(. lo (ouperale thorouglily wiih Ihe lioard in all its work.
Leaves Freeport to Join Army of;
His Native France i
(Jeoree Dutel, filled with enthusias- j
tic pHtrlotlsm has left Fieeport to I
I join llu army of his native France.
i He v.ill sail on the Amerika for Italy
i wiihin i.hc next few days. Ye.iderday
j ."le answered the call and ftarted for
I Xew Vork, leaving a v. ife and three
, ^ I chlldro.i here.
j r>uiel was born on the native heath
WILL NOT MAKE VIGOROUS CAMPAIGN l "t .Vapollan and his father served in
I in Crt r.ch army before him \\'heu the
~' I recent hoMilities borne oui lie wa.^
the first lo send liis name on
ed Upon as a Winner—Figtit j On Tnursday he received word from
., I the con.-:nl thai his servici^s would be
in Nassau , ; . i. „ ¦ v
j require.; in France and he ai once
I tu'giin his [ueparatioii for leaving.
11 iliere is nnyihin.; in tlial time I Hf. v n\ m, i„ Ualy on ilie ,\nierika
rioied lii-liei ihai the number seven ar;(l ira.el overland to a inubllizing
Decl.ires Himself After With holding Since Meeting of Suf¬ folk Committeemen
Is Seventh to Fnter Lists and Look-!=*"'•""- •^" ''''' '" •""""
, 10 the French consul in \(
Mrs. J. Hungerford Milbank and Many of Her Militia- Women in French City and Elsewhere on Continent- should City be Seiged She Would Doubtleis Mobilize Her Sisters
siaMon in ihe French n-imlilii
ROBBERS "TAP" TELEPHONE BOXES
Visit Four Kailroad Slatfon.s But Small Amount
Long island Kailroad detectives, be¬ gan an inv I'stigaiion yeslerday leoin- ing of lour rohl'eries vviiu h occiiried in the slalions hi .Mciriik. Dellmoi*, .Sealoril and .M;i .s.i ;i.'ijiia .(inieiinie diiriiU' .>loinl:iv ni.glil, ;iiiil v.i,h llie a.s- sisIaiK I' ol hloodliounds traced liie nioveiiienl>: ol Ihe miscreants Io l.'ie vv<'st\\anl, acconliiig Io leporls. in each of llie slalions llic aiitoinai ic
lelephoile IjOX V\ a:- I llh d
'llie eiiljie lus'- 111 all Llie depots ac¬ cording lo llie esiniiaie ol ollicials ol Ihe .Nev, \i)i'.( 'I'-leiilioiH' ('olii|i;iliy lU i''ree|iori Wil,-, Hilling.
•¦'riK-ie |iiol,alily v.asn'i more ihan .<- Ill all Kiiir ol Itier.i." Miid an at l/lflie Ol the coiiiliiei ci;il ollici' o\er Ilii' leieiihune," bill il was all l.aK out and one of the cash drawers was niissln:;. The robbers broke the locks in e;ii ll iiisla:i"e and balli red ilie low er pan of the bo.ses Thev all looi. like amateur jobs
liohberies .-itiiilar tu those cdininii led on .Monday lia\e been nunieidu- in this seel ion of Lon^; Isliiiid. Se^erl Weeks ago James .Mason of Lyiihniok. was commitleed lo the jienlleiilary at lilackwell's Island for six nionilis for robbing thc Iclephoiie box at liock vllle Cenire. i'rior Io his aiiest, the same lelojihono had been robbed on at least four occasions
rlaiii eleiiKMits of luck, rlire is reason to believe that Uilliani (I. .Miller, once .Assembiytuan from .VHssaii and many times I'resi- deiii of Freepori, will fare well in the laci- lor Conmess which is at presenl in il:-' liih.t stage. For he is the sev¬ enth candidate whose name will go beiuie the Sepienibei primaries on Ihe lirkei of eii.lier of the two great
Mi: Mllle, was slated lo make the [ susoends Sentence on Coryeis Boy nm il long itine ago. but he steadily | j^,,^,^, ,;on.vors, crriii^ned bet,,re
I Jusiice of the. I'eiice Corodon .Norton
Gets Ten Days on Second Offense Hans KarKau. of Hicksv ille.ai raign- ed on Wednesday for publii intoxica- lion before Justice of rlic Peace Nor¬ ton was found guilty ;unl i-eiilcnce^ was suspended. He was told lo leave the village. He was arrested ihe next evening for the same orient e iind sen¬ tenced to ten days in the Conniy Jail at .Mineola,
de: liiieil lo allow his name lo be used until Ihe niceliiig uf the .Suffolk Coun- IV Coiiiiiiitiee a forlniglit ago. Then be vviis ii'eiii lulled among others, and shortly tliereiificr il was generally knokn among those ou the inside ol iJepnblhiin poliiics that he would like- Iv be llie rhiiire of the primaries.
Ill iili lirobiibilily .Mr. Miller will no' ii'iike an ag.Kiessive campaign at llie [It iiniiries. bin il is not consid¬ ered III.it he v.ill need to. He is wide- i.v knowii 111 bulb .N";i.--sitil iidll Suffolk Jiul Ills llieiiil.-. iire le;;ion. ^\¦itll four olleis in Ibe I.u-e f
If it should happen happen that ihe <lermans%re able to reaeh Paris and undertake the selge of that city, it is UOI all unlikely that Mrs. J. Hunger- lord .MiHiank of Freeport, the intrepid commander of the I'nited Slates Col¬ umbians, a quasi military organiza- tiuu ot woman, will start al once to niobilizo her regiment for strvice in the fleld. Of course it is absurd to even persume that a (ierman army would go to Paris if the opportunity offered and llie Kaiser was willing, but it is certain Ihat Mrs. .Milbank would not loose the chance lo demon- siiale her own- militarj' abilities in such a thing should happen.
.•\.cci)rding lo reports received iu Freepori durinii the past twy weeks. .Mrs. .Milbank is not the only member ol IrtT company abroad. But there is no telling fjini the unofficial cable dis-
on Wednesdav afternoon, loi viohiiion i
of a section of penal law. was found i >"*^'"-'^- «hP<l.er it would be possibU
guilty bul sentence was siir-iieiided
the lad's pror.;ise to be good. Con- yera is twelve years of iij.c. Ile was
charged with beiir^ itii un-u\ei nable
' .-uuicliird. il ' I filed Ilial he I carrying lop ' ol menus.
Banker S. R. Smith on Vacation .Samuel i;. Sniiih and his (hi".i,:^lil»'r. Mai jorie. acconipanii d by Iri.'Uds Iruiii Flilshing are touring throu.i^ii-the up¬ per pari of the Stale. Mr. Sniiih. is lliimiepublican (.resident of the Hank uf Long IslHud
And .MiKiiighl followed William W. Cocks, of Westbiirj. once representa- li\e in Congress from this district, who was welcomed inlo the Repiibli- caii lold when the llillI .Moose herd lurneil Io (lasture in bairen meadows. And llieii laiiie lienjaiiiin K. VN'ood, ol nabylon, carrying his own boom. 'Ibe coiiiest al the primaries is cer- Will Give Concert in Rockville Centre I lain, to be productive of excitement, I'pon reiiiiesi of his friends, Mr. i if on^lhing nune. Congressman Lalh- (.Mi'.er .M. Denloii, pianisl. will gi,<' ' rop Hrovvii. of SI. James, will have as a couceri in'ihe iiuuiili of .sepiemb-'i, ! liis ojiiioneiii .Martin T. Manton. the ill liof:k\ille Cenire tiiidei- t'.ie aus j well Uiiowii hivvyer, who is It said will jiices of the Fortnightly Club .',ii-:have a mighty following amoJiR the nc'iiiciMil'enl of date will be ;u'i.lished [ factional Ueuiocrais of Suffolk Coun- laM r. fh will he a.ssiied by Mrs. l..' ' ty. lai'd il.eiidrickson. soprano and .M'-.s , The (oiUcl;! of Ihe priuuiry will
(luii... geui>rally to"-j and one of The le;uling linanciers of a sUirier. wlio is not j j^^, v:»»l. He Is T.aTting a miu h needed M:;hi b.v any niauner | , .....jijon nrd rest.
.Mr. Millers annoniicemeut followed j ^^j,j f^^ Grand Jury on Assault Case ii(,sely up(,ii Ihat ol 11. Sieward Mc .Minnie Knighl, of Freeport. was ar- KiiKhi, ol Cieiii .\erk, which apP'-ar-, ,..ji„n,>d before Justice Corod(m N'or- (•(1 in the mrr. UI issue of daily papers. ,(,„ ^n Auguat 12 on a charge of h.s-
sault In the second degree committed
I to gather them all together in any thing like time to prevent the advance
I of an invading and hostile army. Sev¬ eral of the iroop ure said fo be in
I iilaces along the Hhine and the names
I of otheis have aiipe;ircrt in the lists
i of Americans .at London and Rrussels.
j The accompanyiiit: picture of .Mrs.
• Mllbank, shows her In unirorm as (¦omnumder of the Woman's .Militia
I vvhirll she herself organized during last winter. The coiupany was mude
I up of recruiis Ij-om various seciions
j ol tbe iiietropolilan district and out-
, Iv ing place*? iu the .'iiburhiin zone.
i For several months the company drill¬ ed regularly In the Foriyseveilh Regi¬ ment armory in Urooklyn as well as .-it
I other Iilaces in New '^ ork
I The recruiting of this (ompniiy of
Town Clerk Gilbert Felt ply Repaid For Service Couple's Interest
COULDN'T GRANT UCENSE 10 GROOM
So Gilbert Went to Lynbrook and
Got Parents' Consent— Tlicn
Came His Recognition
on Minnie Jackson. I'pon hciriiig the 1 case the Court held .Minni.- lo await ' the acttion of ihe Craiul Juiy under j $1,000 bail, enable to fuiuisirii she j was committed to the county jail. |
TWO DARK HORSES IN SEATON SHOOTING AN KING AND QUEEN CONTEST ECHO OF BAILEY MURDER
In return for a prenuiuial service whirh he performed ou lasr Tuesday In the Interest of Arthur F. l.imgdoa. aged seventeen, .ind .Miss .Mary M. -Si¬ monson, just nineteen, the former of Lynbrook and the latter of Oceanside, Town Clerk Thomas F Oilheri, Jr.. received one of the sweetest of hridal kisses and a very generous idccc oi a very remarkable weddint; cuk<'. And well he desened il. fm had it uot been for his good offices I here would hai e lieen no wedding.
It appears thai this bluslilui; young couple applied for marriage hceUses at the Town H.ili on the muriiing of ihe J.'HUNGERPORO MI1.5ANFC l ll«y '>'!*• had been sd for the weddii.-;. women v.ii.- winched w uji iuiBrent by ' l^»\ there was h discrepency of ih-.i-e llie r.-;idiim public of thf east. It j >'ars in the age of the nervous groom siiiied Willi but n haiidlnl jf women i'^vhich could not he explained only by who dared" to don a loose fitting, • his iiHieuts. .So the accomodiiling Khnki iinilorm and mark time with [Town Clerk agreed to carry the twain the "rookie.^." Iiut «he company grew [to the home of the groom, there to nh- by leaps nnd hounds until, It Is under- .tain the eonseut of his parents before stood that the full rompany front tin- thv license could be issued, iilly attended every drill, j The visit to the Langdon home wAh
.Mr.-;. Miltiank wii.>- ihe Insltgrttoi of'. c.'Ulrely a surprise to the youth'x'par the movcii ent for a wonian'.s militia : O'ls as Mr. Cllberi had siispeiied it .111(1 ll was ihroii,uh her elforts that a ! v^ould be. They hadn't beiud about company w n-• fiiii.ll> formed, rthe un-i any mariiage, but the earnest jiba ot d'Ulook Ule jiuViieity end alone und ' the boy won their cou.seiii and the II- was nble lo cer considorable space in ' cense wa.s issued forthwith.. There th"' great .Manhattan.dailies. [was aome hasty prepp.ration und lUfen
.Mrs. Milbank was oiive well known ! thc tiood Samaritan Town Clerk re¬ in the Fourth rO.'Jtaie as a writer of i reived his rewards, the kiss hcini; forei:;ii news foi a New Vork newspa-¦ planted aniack ujiou the cheek. per. In ;ill piobabiliiv she is at pres-! 'J'he ceiemony was performed by thb em "doiug" some of the war while j Kev. J. Matklln, pastor of ihe lleihany she is marooned iu the capital city Congregational Church, at the home of "'- Fraiire the groom's liaieuts. iMi-. and Mr«.
.Walter Lungdoii. .Mi.ss Simonson v.an 'attended by .Miss Hairiet A. Combes, of Haldwin and Walter Langdon, a brother of ihe groom, sioml be.side ' him. 1 MIsK Slnionsoii is the daughter of
W S Hall
W lliiMii S. op.c ol the s] coila;;i iiieeliiii I lan 1 elt rsen. lie-. 1 !• ( 1 tin
lanii, harpi.-il at M. E
Cottage IVeetiiig if l''ree;iii!'. v,'is
loii ill less be lu..Nassau County, for it s here that the factions of the party ire diuiled.
:l;err It th
Cliuiys will b • rfelii I resi>lr:ii e on lull's liii-hl
(•.. l,eie,| il
liilk w M
Will i,pijiaisc Million Dollar Property hieob Tot. one of Free|iorl's mo-l successful husine.'S men. left on Thurs¬ day for I'hiladelphia as the guest of the Chevrolet .\uiomobile corporation, whicl; is about lo select propertv^ and | friends at hei (onsinict a million dollar plant in A (¦iillaiion vv; renii.sylvauia. Mr. Post vviis ciilled in ent were Miss iis an e.xiiert apptalser. ' Loi kwood. Mi
Mrs. and Mrs. C. M. Hart Entertaining
.Mi:-s riioel>i> I'arshall. daui^hter of IT. ii'ui Mrs. Ceorge II. I'arshall, of .-^iiiiili Oreaii aevnue, Freejiorl, and W,
ibeii lliiiiiiihiey are the guests of inci .Mrs. ("harles .M. Hart itt their lie", lionie al Saltaiie. near Hay Shore. 'ihe llari collage is one of Ihe show 1 i.o-e- (,1 the resoil.
Marjorie Pitcher Entertains Friends
.Miss .Marjorie I'itcher, daughter of
.Mr. and -Mrs. Frank Pitcher, of .South
(>(tnui avenue, Free])ort, eulei talned
Kronwite Recovers Damages In Ihe action of Rudolph Kionwite against John J. (ianter. boili of Free- port, for the recovery of money due on work completed, Kronvviti> receiv¬ ed judgment for ^ILGIJ and cost,!S. The
j "Sam" Fisk Jumps ih Lead Over Clippings oi Famous Freeport Case ' Shannahan ~ "Honey" Macevoy Found in Driiwcr of Slayer of
Of all the candidates entered in the 'forthcoming coiitesi toi ivinii and Queen, which will tie ii feature ol
home this afternoon. s served. Those pres- C'onstance Lou.x, .Miss s Crace lirayton and
amount of judgment was deposited tlie carnival of the FJureka Hook and wilh the court pending appeal. Mr, ¦ Ladder Company on Angst 2l>, ihere Kronwite was represented by Coun-] are two that .<Uand out conspicuously selor Leo Fishel. ' ! ¦'<« tiark horses. They are Samuel i;
.—^ } Fisk, editor of the The Itoikawa.v
Humphrey Company Conveyt'''Coal | Times, and Honey MacKvoy, the carui- The (.Iweii W. Humphrey Construe- ing and vivacjoiis sisier of Clifford tion Company of South Ocean aevnue j M.ncKvoy. who ie one of the leading ' '"'^ Freeport are teh contractors who are i sp< rils in the arrangements of the (tonveyinK the (toai from the cars to : event.
the respective stations of the Brook-1 The carnival Is certain to be of uu lyn water Wojks between llos(;dal(F'i i-siial attractiveness, for it will include and neliniore for Harry Hlinn. of j lieside Ihe swtn)?s. carousal, hit the Rockville Centre. Something over ; nigger and other numerous attrac¬ tions, an excellent dance tloor on which the youth of the village may sp'eil to their heari.-i content.
The King and Queen when finally handsome prizes of gold watihe.s. These they will lariy when ihey rule over Ih* carni¬ val on .Sei-.ember 1 and ride ht the liead of i^ great procession nf. auto¬ mobiles.
I The cainl\iU will be in the naturw
On Auto Trip to Eastern Long Island , of a benehi for the company of lire-
Oeorge .Simonson, ii well known build¬ er of ()ci>anslde. She is iiojiular in Social and religious circles there The couple wUl inak« their home with the Sliiionson.s, al lea.ii foi Ibi- present.
PASTOfl VARNEY ON VACATION
Lynbrook Preaeher Will Take Much
Needed Rest After Rreakdown
The Rev. F. V\'. Varney. piisior of
the Firsi Methodist I'mti-siimi chur, b
of Lynbrook, Is on his vacation aflei
a year of arduoua religious v\urk and
(luarrell whicli c.iiue as a cliui-la (<erloufi breakdown. Pastor V'jtruey
10 many difference?. ;)« accompanied by his wife and (o-
Wlten .Mrs. Seaton, her.self one worker, who, like himself, has lell ih*
Actor One Favorite Passage
J he ttuiider- of FTederick \< .Sealuli.
¦ ¦¦' < liii ii( tel .olor iiiid motiun iiiciure
¦ si.ii- at Iii.. hoiiie in Logala, .N, J., i.s I i'lioitn-i- ei ho of the- aliiley murder ! m.v.^U ry. which has stirred the leud- I :i ¦ public of the I niied ,^iates since iibe iiiuining ol Julv 1 Seaton was I -hoi by his wile, it is alleged, follow-
tweuty-Iivo hundred tons are consul ed annually at these stations
Lawn Party at Roosevelt Church
The Ladies (Juild of the Episcopal | chosen will lereiv (.'hurch of Roosevell is making exten¬ sive preparations for a lawn party which is to be held iil the church on Friday evening. .Vm-j^l 27. The funds will be devoted lu cluiich work.
Miss Helen Seaman,
Visiting at Dear Old Bayville The Misses Mattie iilul Hertha Hox. of Reach sireet, Wanl.igh. are spend- in?: :i week wilh Mrs. Davison al her ho'ue at nayville, L, I,
Dr. E. O. Tr»e off on Vacation ' Hr. K. O Tree, pastor of the Meiho- dibt Kplacopal Church. Roosevelt, leiives today for a four weeks' vaca¬ tion trip iu Connecticut aud the Rerk- shiros.
Tliomas .\ Thornton, of llellmort member of the contracting firm of F.
- - [<!.*;• O. T. V'anRiper of Freeport. is ou
Miss Wemple Returns From Jersey J ;, (\\o weeks' auto trip to the eastartr}
end of the Island He wil Ireiuru on, tlie equipment in the fall. Monday.
to fii'ie as a sharpshooter, wan taken U) lii.ckeiisack and locked up In the 'ail 'nere, she grovelled on the cement
ill effects of a long strain •
The tongregntion of the church have recalled the Rev. Varney for th«
llooi and in her wildest inoiueDis slope .'fourteenth year He had served thlr-
ot llie Freeport irine. Jn a bureau drawer of her home a number ot nt-vvspaper <'lippings containing the current leporls of the murder of .Mra. liailey were found by the authoritleg. "The jealous wife ia not going lo be iht only one punished iu this case," read a favorable passage. "Before it
teen year.M until the time the new church ediflce at Lynbrook was coiij- uleieu several months ago.
Mitt Lattlmer to Wed Howard Wood Aunouuceineui of the ent'iii^'emeut of the Miss Hazel Lattiniei iind How¬ ard Wocjd, both of Heilmore, came as
IS oer the husband v»-ill have paid , r surprlae to their many friends early 10 ihe lant farthing the pricn of his j this week. The wedding, it Is under- folly, and the silly women who | stood, will be celebrated someiimt thouaiit it fun lo coiiuetle with a niar-'durlnc September.
.Miss Marion Wemple. of Le.vington avenue. Freepori. returned this week I'rom her formei home, Klizabeth. New .lersey. wliere she was enteriained by .Miss \'iviaii Christoiilier. Miss Wem- ple's visit among her frionds with whom slie wns always a favorite was an enjovahle occasion.
men. With the funds received an ex¬ tension v^ill be made on th present hous of suflicient size lo accomodate I ""'
a new truck which will bu added to;
j Grievance Day WIII be August 18
ried man. will flnd that their gay ro- niatuc has suddenly turned to grim i
Gold«r't Return From Connecticut
Mr. and Mrs Warren c.oldei. of
NewbrldKe road, ellllmore. returned
to their home in tbat village after a
The corltestants for KlnR and Queen I firievame Day for lne 'I'own of j |r,„g i,yjourn al the home of lelatntt.
1 stood thia way today: Samuel u j Hempstead has beeft fixed hy the | in jsiHUiford, Conn.
Summering at Ocean Beach j Fisk, 292: Tlmrtthy Shanahan. 22;t: j ""'"'^ "' Ab.sessors for August 18. •
Mr. and .Mrs. N. Cibboiis have been ! .Norman Ja<kson, 214, Ren L'erman. ! "" ^*'''' ''¦'*>' <'0"il'laintw concerning ! mi,, Swcnion Efitertamt Ladles' Aid
I Miss Mabel Riincie Entertaint
i Miss Helen Anderson ot Tuckahoe.
At High Hill Beach During Augubt j Xew York, is thi summer gufst of W. .H. Webster and family of Wan- Miss Mabel Kiincie, of West Merrick i.aj^u avenue, are spendin.C .\ut,'ust in i Road, Freepcrt.
2!iH; Edwin Wallace, 200: Jhon Klein-'"'*-' i^SH^'s-^tiiPnlh of pioiwrty through . Mia* M. Swenson entertained ih* fi'ller, Jr., iitu, Howard Richmond. | f"^' •''*' township will bn heard by the riiembern of th« LadleB' Aid Society of 1T7: Thomas Asekin. 184, Joseph |'"'''"''•-''^ "' ''"" 'W'""' Charles W Ju,,. Bellmore M K. f:hiirch at her Fustace, 160: Wm. R. Lister. 150; Smith. Thoinas H Brower and Ben jhjme ou Newbridge road on Tuesday
i Richard Schluter, 13: .Albert Lawson. ' J^*'"'" Duryea The assessment roll i afternoon
Entertains Her Patterson Chum *Jr., 3; Benjamin I'owelnou. Freeport,'*« ^¦"""'••'''<* ^"'^ "" ^*^''*'''''"" ** ""^ |
entertaining .Mrs Cibhons brother and mother from C'leveland. Ohio, at thfclr cottage at Ocean eRarli for the "past two vveeks.
tl.e cottage coJ'm;,-' «t Ulyh Hill Beacu.
taoflpit«l. told m« that ail the do.ioi
•iftiss SeaiTian at Pauiing, N. Y.
Mis.> Mabel Seaman of Rooa^ivelt,
at,re(Mi taht aoh was not Insane, but | secretary ai th© Charljs C. .Moore
uh'ering from a tnenni colbipse. 11 real r-Btnte ofTic-s at Freeport, is
do .lO; . -.-¦.,. p.or • nriT lei ht'''J speudinr her we«k's vucaiion at Paul-
:•:>.' 1 i-ug. K. 1,
Miss Mildred Caduius, ot Paterson. 2. Ray Whitney, 1: Albert MoOlt, 1 New Jersey, is the guest of Miss Mar- ! Queen—Honey MarKvoy, 211; Mln- garet PhilLps ot Aixher .street. Free-I nie Rhode.s, I'lO Lulu Fuahire. 202: porL I Adele KeC, 1)2- Mildred Duebnup,
1C3- hlrr. Ralph Connors, 162- .Majhi
Mr. and Mrs. H. Cook at Stony Brook j Rhodes Id: Mildred Ellison, 15C:
Mr. aud Mrs. Harold W Cook. At Ida Hill, 154; Mrs. Daisy Verity, 153, Freeport, are th» guests cf Mr. and j GLjtfys Dusavcd 163: Frances Smith, Mrs. Edward Cook, at the lattor's col- ' 120; Mrs. A. Aslemald, 12; Ethel tas« at Stony Brook. Lont; Isla'nd. PMnaU. S.
Town Hall iMist Mac!n»o«h Vititing at Pen Van [ Miss Florence .Maelntnsh, of Rock- Mr. Forbes Recovering From lllnttt away avenuf, Rotkrille Centr« canh- Mr, .ind .virs John Forbes and itieir i ler at the Freeport ofHt e of the New M-irjoiie. of Soatn O'oan aveBue, | York Telphone Company, Ih spen<3lns avenuo, Freeport, aie spending; a la lorinlght's vttrailon at Willow- mouth at Tupper Lake In th« AdI»on-j Grov* Pen Yaa, New Toik at th» dack mouotains. Mr Forbes in r»-1 guest of ber ulster She Trill return g:alnin)i blB health and will soon r»-jto Bockville''f>nrr» the lattej part of turn U Freeport fully r»coTer«d. -iaext w«ek.
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