THE NASSAU POST:. .FREEPORT, N. Y., SATURDAY APRIL 11, 1«14 wa-' gon and said It leaked. The bic'-d re¬ ferred :>oth comidalntB to He£ th (Jf- ficer Dr. A. D. Jacques for In estlga- tlon. '
HOW MAYLAND CAME TO MAKE CURIOUS CIRCUS INSTRUMENTS
Scoured World For Ancient Implements-Sought Local Man in Brooklyn Factory
To Be Married Easter Sunacy.
The marriage of Jacob WlnccbuHt, and Miss flladys Johnson will taks place tomnrro'.v aftfrtiooii at thi- par¬ sonage of tho First P!(-sbyterian Church, Rockville Cenlre. Thr Rev. A. H, Reiinie will i.erform the cere¬ mony. A reception will follow at the home of the couple on Madlsor aven¬ ue, where a wedding supper '.vil be served.
Recovering fiom Append'itib Former District Attorney Ch.iilesN. Wyong, who was operated on a few days ago at XaH.-au Hospital for ap¬ pendicitis. Is recovering and is e\pect. ed to regain his normal healtli in a few wetiks.
GEO. HOWARD RANDALL Contractor and Builder
Paints, Oils. Glass
« 'General Supplies
32 Brooklyn Avenue Tel. 208 W opp. K
Freeport K. Depot
The Art of
Is ably demonstrated in every cake, pie and loaf of btcad pro¬ duced in thi.s modern bakery. Eight years of long and un¬ surpassed experience in New York City and our excellent facilities enable us to make and bake the best.
HENRY C RINDLAUB
BAKERY AND LUNCH ROOM 49 Main St., Post OfKce Bid.
WEDDINGS AND PAUTIKS SUPPLII.D
WhcTi Albert Ringling, head of the | great liainuai ^- Railey cl-cuh- con¬ ceived the Kiupendou.-i spectaclt., "The > \\iz;ird Prince of .\rabia " are real : unUjue feaiuie of the show now piay- ^ ing at Madison .Sijuare (larden. he traced back o.er tl-e pat,'!.'-, of I; -lory of music for Ijpe.s of musical i.i.'ctni- ijients whhii centuries ago pasoc-o out of erci.'-.tenc-.). He sent repieseiilaiive.s ' to .scour Furope, northern Afri.a and, India for an as^-iortment of ancieiit mu- ; sic making iiuplement.s, with wliich to equip .1 chorus Of perbapn thr^e liun- dred persons. The in.struiiien..- were i piocjred and a corps of deslt-'ii.'. s en- | gaged to make working draA.n,t;.s InJ^^ color trom which they miglii be /fe-¦'l**^^^''' produced. And when RinKling was ' ^''*^'*'- ready ne sougiit an .-Xmerican 'o uiake them.
The 'nHtruiiients were of curious va¬ riety. They resembled lairs, and or-
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to an octave in lie mai'.nioth 'liorus. The live bands play the air of the specially written mu¬ sic and the gayly arrayed Arabians beat time in harmony. The circus opens Willi tliirt colo.s.ual rouiaiii i.-.spec-
is 'jn ei-ery loaf of b'-ead. every cake and pie manufactured 'n our bakery. Our ovens are th" mbst up-to-date and sanitary that can be instal'ed. Inspect the cleane.st bak¬ ery In town.
Our bread is wholesome, nom 'shing and pure. Our bread i. standard. It is made from formuifis pe.:--cril>- ed b;- the T'nited Si;t..H t^overn- iiienl
The Long Island HOME MADE BREAD CO.
THOMAS ST. JOHN BALDWIN Telephone 650
Merrick Rd. and S. Main St., Freeporl,L.I.
CLIFFORD AND MILLER TO BE TRIED IN NASSAU
Ju.stice Kelley Denied Application
For Change of Venue—Cases
Will be Heard in June
gan tub^s. .Many of them'^ we. >¦ htiMe ' and cunibersonie. and nave ('Ui a sound much like tlie big F ilai?' luba or double li flat bass horn. Tlu v wi-.e in perhaps a liundred siiapes. .^'onie looked like bariel.s, others like music bo.Kes; all of them were .strong and- wonderful. All of., them were wierd loking affalr.s, highly colored in car¬ mines, indigo, yellow, purple aii'i gold. Arrang-jd together they looUi d like a traiiHVer.se section of a rainbow.
It was with ihi.4 a.ssortinent ol me¬ chanically perfect colored drawiiix-s of these ciiriou.T .sound-making instru¬ ments that Ringling begun m look around lor a manufacturer of iimsical Hpecialiies. In Urooklyn, at an ariis-
ta<'le. Us Kc-eiles represent th'^ haunts of Ihe IJedouins in Indian. Princ-e .\b- dailah and a fair prince.ss are tiie cen¬ ters of atiradio.1 in the pageant In which more than a tliou--'and jic-isans take part. It Is estimated that ihls feature cost soiiiethini.' over > la.000 to [lut on. Tile Instruinenl.s alo'ie rep¬ resent an e\))enditure of about ,1i7,0()0. In the ballet are probably I alf a hundre.l youiii; women ca-ryin ; para-
I William Clifford and Richard U. Mil- ' ler, former keepers in the ."^assau I Couniy jail, who are undet- In'.i'' t.nent ; for participation in alleged orgu s with prisoners and gros.s miscciducL n of- i fice. win be tried in Nas.aa-'.i County. Justice Kelly, silting i nthe Sc.pteme \ Court i : Rrooklyn denied the votion of Keiih & Vandewaler, coun.-'1 for Ihe acc-i..-.ed men. for a ch^ngi' of ven¬ ue on Thursday. The moliori was based on the assertion that the former jailers could not obtain a fair trial in Ihe county in which they live b'cause of alleged prejudices inspiied hy newa- I paper articles.
I Justi.'t Kelly, in denying: the motion of the accused men, held that Ihr pub¬ lic excitement, caused by th ' new.s- paper reports, if it bad- had any c ffert
^ ¦ I upon the people, will lia"'e -ut-ided
' before the trial of the ca.-;es atiuallv
TRUSTEES RAISE PATTEN'S SALARY $50 : takes olace. He expressed tho helief
j that th,' indcited ex-jaileis w j.i.d le-
Ever>' season has its clothes needs, mure particulary Spriiig, when a man has to and is glad to dis¬ card his heavy rai¬ ment.
Wc have just the Suit, Tcjp Coat, Scarfs, Gloves, Underwear and Hosiery you need to be properly equipped
And by So Doing, Peace is Restor 4ed in Rockville Centre Board
"I move that Street Coiumi.'^s'oner James 'alien's salary be incre.'.'.-t-d to 1(400," said Trustee Russ, at a meeting of the Kockvllle Centre Ro.i'd. on Tuesday evening;.
sols in which are lubtilai bell ring In harmony with the bill i,..some liiusic. as tln! any processioii nii.rches about 'he Ki-eat arena.
Probably everybody^in,'Freeport at one time or another has heard a .May- land made inslruiuent of som* kind.
that "' •'' Edwin
tic: building on the east sitle ol Wil-I His bells play between the shows at I lounhby'street, he found ';owi.Ji.d H. j Hie I'laza and American tliealres here; j .Mayland, dean of musical niMiiifac-i Ihey riiiK in the lowers ol twcj score tuicr.s ol thai boioiigli, who to- more | of lirooklyn's churches: every th.eat- I than twenty years has been a resident rical orchestra plays theiu; ino'-i bell- j ot Freeporl. And he placid th .' cuder playltiK vaudevillians use ihem. May- for the iiiHtruments witli him. ', land's 'hiiues are in every part of the I
It was a dillicull task to arra,i,;e the i country. Tiieyare a part of the ,",i-eat I
"The Rendcrvoiis For Transients'
The Commercial Hotel
46-48 Main Street Freeport N. Y. Charles Johnsen, Prop.
In the Heart of the Business
District. Opposite the
LUNCHEON AND DINNER SPECIALITIES AT MODERATE PRICES
Refined, Homelike, Inviting Cosy. Known for Excel¬ lence of Food and Service
Cafe and Grill Room
tone producing parts in the bu.isy in- Mtrumeiits and lo tune tlieiii to a gen- /I t-i;:al piicli to harmonize with -hve band.i which lake part in the pa.ueant. 'i'here were 210) in.strunients in all; thiriy-!i\e difi'erent kinds. Tiie tones included those that are blended in any full hand. There were woo 1 tones, tiuiiipei, oinan, be 11, ory.ui ami an as- sorliaent of drums. When they were c:ompleted -Mr. .Mayland iHrson.i ly re- lu-arsed the big c-horiis in prepai0 In.strume.ii • are
organs iu the lai.c.esi churcii(fr, am cathedrals of the east. The .ilusica
.Melropclltaii opera inach' hv him since
properties of, th house have heei
.Mr. .\;ayiaiul was born in FlMoklyn .si.\ly-(iv4.>-"years a.:;o. He be.nan his life in Ihe thei.lriciil busiiie . as a memb: r'of a luin.-urel tiou[)e. in IStitJ he eut.'^^.e^l the business m wuich he is sjtil lenga.wd, in a liiie roomt a tli'-clit up in lower Fulion streei He is probably one of ihc- best known inanulacturers in the l.iiilcd St.".itK.
I ond it," chimed in Tiiistee Wallaee with a sn.ile.
Wallace's grin was coiilagio:ip; ev- erybodj .-niiled. It is said thai even Fatten himself did when he w;us notl- hed of the |50 increase.
U'lien ratt-m received his .inpoini- nient at the last meetin>-', ol the l-oard at a sal.lry of lIl'iO a yc-ar he was dis- salislied. So was Trustee Vv'all'cc He lelt the meeting without ('e-crmony and wilboiit even sayiiiK ^,'ood night lo his friend, Caiit. Cart v.
Trusic e Wallace, althou.uh one of the; weathiest men in th.e toun, be- 1-ieves in economy. To u.se his \vords, "If former ('onimissioiier Robe;:! .Mar¬ vin, wa.s paid nearly $00 » lasl ; ear, I think I'atten's service.s aie WM.tli at least Jilil this year.
The hoard'.s action on Tuesdaj night in inci'MsiiiK the Street Coiiir.' ;•>lon¬ er's sab^iy, restored peace anun;-- the '
celve as fair treatment in their home couniy as they could expect to receive elsewliere.
Uecaiise of the arrangement of the court i.ilendar iu Nas.sao Co-Jiity it will be impossible to tr> the Cise of the indicted men until Junt. No term of tile " ljurt will be held next luonth and it IS too late to put the t-'.'h on the calendar for the pres^ent te'-m.
Uisfiict .\ttorney Lewis J. Sp.itli has been ready for a month t>> .uo to trial wit lithe cases. He agreed thi' they should l:e transleried, but a : lay In the luoceediiiKs lias alrciidy b.'"n ob¬ tained ijom .lustic^ Staplfcicfh pending the liea'iii; on the application 'or- the change of venue.
(iifford and Miller are both at liber¬ ty imdc r bail in the? suir of i-l;):000 each.
At prices ranging from S]2..'><> lo S.iO
We find there is a grov/ing demand for Suits of fine quality for men v^ho appre ciate the best. We have them in a large variety at $25 and $30.
Still there are others who feel that $16, $18 or $20 is all they care to pay. In each of these grades we are showing the best in value at their respective prices we have ever shown. Good all-wool Suits as low as $12.50
Black and Oxford Vicuna
Lighter shades of gray. $10
Balmacaans and Raglans, in
Scrtch effects, $10 to $25.
Big bargaii s in Coats carried
over from last season. Half
price or less
$6.75. were $12 and $13.50
$8.75, were $16 and $18.
$12, were $20 and $25
$5 to $25
Sporting Goods Department. with everything for the Ath Ictic and outdoor man. The outfitting of Athletic and Bale Ball Teams a specialty.
A. HAVMOxVD & CO.
siiVrxh^^ Nassau and Fulton Sts.. New •F. M. Htiyiiioiid, I'roprietor
Four Visits in One Night. Thai the stork is workii.ti; o/erlime in Valle.v SI ream iij \ery evident Last Saturda • the wonderlul bi/d ma'Ji \isits, leaviuf-'. boys to .Mi. anl Fred Low, .Mr and .Mrs, WiUia; : holiand. .Mr, and .Mrs. Frei Hen: a dauKhier to .Mr. and .Mr.s. H. I. rill.
four Mrs, Mul- : and .Mer
Bank of Rockville Centre
Capital Slock Total Assets
A Strong Bank is Most Help¬ ful to Any Community
Postal Saving:3 Depository
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS
Interest Paid on TItne Deposits Your Patronagf Solicited
General Contractor and Builder. Steel Structural Work.
All Kinds of Concrete .Work Estimates Cheerfully Furoished
Tel. 52-J Waotagh
OFHCE & RESIDENCE BELLM3RE, L L
EASTBR IN, THE CKURCi-'ES
Freeport M. E. Rev. Saul U. Cci'iis, pastor. .Morning topic. ' The '.urist, llic Creed, and tiic c iiurcli ii iiie i.,if,lu Ol i-^asier Moriuug." E\ening, •¦¦joe xNew 'ie.stamei.i. itoll Call of La.iier U itue.-scs.' ;Lii'ec-iai ii c.sical illo,^.¦..Jll by i,iic thoii- ai Do;:i .-erv- ic;cs. .S0I0.S hj -Viis. .\laudi: • . Ful¬ ler moiiiiug aud e\eiiuig.
Freeport Baptist—Rev. i:]liuer E. Loux, pa&ior. .uoiiimg subjoil, ""liii.; tact 01 Luii rc.suiieciion 01 Jlsu.s, tie as-
' buiaace ol oui.i. Lvemng si.i'.oct, •'ill" power ol thi^ re.si^urrcc. ion - aoiiiL' icriUiiuuL truih.-;. '
Bethel^ A. M. E.-—Faster servi -efa all day. rre<;chnig aud La.>5iei com- lauaiou Hi. -1 a. 111. I're.iciun-, at 11 u. 111., by Uie jiasLor, preacie.'g at .; p. lii., oy ti^i- jiev. i>r. iAl\s Ai'w ioiii buiiday Sc-:.(,ol. I^.isler e.v^-.cises at !< 1>, 111.
ChurLii of ths Transfi'jUiation Free¬ poil—iloiy (..'oiuliiuiliua ai .'¦' 4;i a. 111. ;5ori.iOii oy i;.i ^'"V. Jo u K.
, .Mo.'.n 01 i-iaiaeiT't iiy. C.i dreuw Ml-, .ci-b a; o p. ill. uvciiing p.ayer and ;jeruioii ai ,.io p. m. Oy i:x ivev. ^l.euccr a. Uocue, O. 1., c ii-u j eloi 01 iiiv; Caineuial chaii^ir.
Church of Our Holy Redtenier, Free- port—ikuv. RooerL L. i;o>ie, I'lieot- iU-cnarge. Aiasses at )> aad D r. m. aoieiun mass at lU.JU a. m. . iiach- er, tne Rev. Jo.sepii A. sjinitn Spe¬ cial uiUhicai piot,ram. Xckik's at 8 o'cloca in me e\enirg. .¦¦pccial musical program arranged b;. .Urs. I'lauit Keogn, organisa, and Mrs. Kdward Keogii, diiecior. A ci.oir of iweiuy voices win leiiucr me vocal scie'.;Lions.
Baldwin Methodist Frotest.int— i'leacber, tne Rev. clcoige :l. Jack¬ son at morning service. Ficuiug service in cuaige of llie luuday bchool. Special program.
Church of the Ascension, Rov-Kville Centre—Recior, tne Rev. L). ll' rbert O'Kowd. llo[y olnimunion, 7. >> and III..1U a. 111. .Morning prayei aud seiuion at lO.llO; Sunua> .Scuoc'-les-j tiyul ai H p. m.
Wantagh Memorial Chuich -i'a.itor, 1 Rev. T. S. Urailliewaiie. .•>i.L'Cial ' music by cnolr and apiiropri nc ser-i liioii.-i by the pastor. Loiiiiiuiui')n at | the close of me niorniiig service, j
Church of the Redeemer, Mfrick— Rector, Rev. W. 11. Lilieoraniii. Ser-1 vices at i'.:!o and 11 a. 111. •pecial; Daptisiiial service at U p. ni Spe- ' cial musiP ihrougboui ihe d->¦ and i appropriate sc-rmons. ;
Bellmore M. E. Church -I'asio.. Rev. ' William Ualziel. Services a' i0.30 j and (.45 p. IU. Special seriuons-by ] the pastor boili morning and even- 1 ing. I
Acks the Aid of The Post.
.\piil S, IJll, I To tbe Editor of .Nassau I'ost: 1
Having, as you know, lost tne val¬ uable t-tick given lo the Board of Trade ot Roosevelt, L. I,, by Theodore j Roosevelt, of which 1 had been cus¬ todian, and the recovery ol which 1 had hoped for by thi.s lime, 1 realisie ; thai the press may accomplish this i through publicity and a suitable re¬ ward, 1 want to ask the assisfi.-ict of the Nissau Post. Tbaukiug you, 1 remain,
Yours very rospectfully,
Freeport Suffrage Clubs Activity.
.Mrs, Williani Kckar,' of A .cher street, fiiiertaiiied the Fieepor. Suf- fraj^e club on i'liursday afier/ujon. Tho presideni. .Mrs. C. 1). Baku-. i>re- sided, ;-.iid iu a very inU.esiin.' and instruci ve addres.« congratulated ihe lueiiibeis on the progress the> had j farm in Delaware, Chari
made in tiie cause of suffrage. Com¬ mittees on program and speaUcii; will be appointed at the next rcKular ;:ieet- ing which will be held on .Mciday. April IJ, at the home of .".Ir.-,. A. Scnrieb. r, !Ki Long Beach c.venre. Hereat'er ihe club will meet on the second ami lourili .Monda.vs of each tiionih.
Mail Improvements for Men ick. "I j To accomodate the residene^ 01' .Mer- 1^1 i rick who desire .to mail letter.-, with-
Sunday School Election of Officers. The iiniuial meeting of the leachers of Ihe I'irsI .M, I", ('hurch (1 Lynfrook, was hi'id in ihe lecture room, ol the new church on Monday nigh' and elected the followini,' officers for the ensuing year; superintendent, i:ev. F. W. V.irney; assistant, Ciark.'son Abiams. secretary, Arthur VV'aU'- as¬ sistant, Edward F'oi'ter treat urer, Minnie Langdoii; tdaui.st, Katie "V^'rlght and as.sistant, Spencer S-.;ith.
Charles Smith "Comes BacK.' After KpendiuR several years oii a Smii'i and
Edwin Tappan to Lecturj. An iiiiistraled leclure on the I'an- ama Canal will be given .il tlu .M. F. liiurch. Baldwin, on Tuesday evenin.n, April 21. This lecture is j.ivea under th":' auspices of the Kpwoih Li'aiMie.
out the necessiiy the post office. Zit'iier has' h.ad a the wall ill'.; shed lion. .Mail will be
half hour [lobt office.
of taking 'nem to I'ci.'^tmasier Harry mail box [il.c- ed in ai lie rail^-oad sta ' collected from this before closhiK lime
freeport's Most Up-to-date Drug Store
FRED'K H. PLUMP ARCADE PHARMACY
Ai (hf Depot
PHONES. FREEPORT 629 148
FREEPORT NEW YORK
family, former residents ol Oram av;- enr.e, Fast Rock-aw.iy, retiitn-w'^-io Iheir old home o'l Monday to stay. Charlie says, "Delaware farms ate all right, but by neck, there's no money in raisiuK tomatoes ai fiv^ cenfs » bush-y el."
MARKET BILL BECOMES '. AW
\'cw Department Creat-id to Reduce Cost of Living
The Stale Department ol Fooc'; and .Marke's was created this filter;> on by the action of Gove.-no.- (ilymi who signed Ihe Wheeler bill. The l;iw pro¬ vides for the appointmerr of i com- missioiier for six years at a .'-ala v noi lo ext-e'd $6,000 yearly.
The iTommmlsdioner I., ^i-,.'ii the power III invehtigiiie the vtt^i of food produc-iion and sale. rec:oini.ie:jd re- forvus, assist in tb.i' oT-irani/jiiioii of co- operati>e societie.-;, obtain nioge direct business re'.,ions and . .-tjt.bll-i!i and maintain p .plic markets.
The 1 ill is especially .Ir-plicable to th'.' soiiii shore of Long Islanl.
Booming Tennis at Bay View. Tennii! In the Bay View sec ion of Freeport will be conducted on au ex¬ tensive basis during the cominr. sea- 1 son. Thirty-seven application,-' for membership have been reijelved by the lia.v View Club, which recently an¬ nounced that additional courts would be laid out cm land of the I'lslow .Moore ( oiiipany. The se conns will be ready in about ten dayi. Contracts ' for a f -nee to be erected around the courts have been let aiici worK on ii stifrted. The ciub pioposes to erect a fine (Hub house un the proiieriy where the courts are laid .nil.
Our Struggle For Existence
is critical. The battle h",ween
man and minute or,naiiism must
Sic am pressiiiK n.achiierv i.« one
of the greatest aids.
Dininfect your .narii" uts, kill all
the germs and microbes.
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22-26 S. Main St. Phone, 323 J
„,,,,# OLD GimiiiiLL
121 SOUTH nAiN 5TRE.ET
to the Her user is our guarantee deal fair, oir organization is efficient, we know that only satisl'action can make iiermanent customei-s.
We offer tires of demonstrated qual¬ ity, the Goodyear, the Goodrich the Pennsylvania. Our piices are reason¬ able, our guarantee absohjte.
LONG ISLAND TIRE CO.
Harry E. Betzig John S. Denton
N. MAIN STREET FREEPORT
Bouquet for Retiring Vice-Pre.tdent.
A beautiful boticjuet of flowe's was presented to Mrs. o. W. Huinidirey. We I'"^tiring vice-president of the 1 adies' .Md Socieny of the Fret-port M. F. (Church Wednesday afternoon, ,'.t her home on South Ocean avenue.
Mrs. William C Miller made the presentation on behalf of the .society in ilie presence ol about thirty-five members. Mi-a. Humphrey accepted the flowers in a pleasing speech. Re- fre. jni- pro\e you neii;bborhood--t'ouble your property value- eliminate all the mud holes -pave your vvay to riches—put dowi side¬ walks and curbs that are guar¬ anteed
O. W. Humphrey Construction Co.
258 S. Ocein Ave., Freeport, N. Y. Tdephooe 229
Now that eggs arc getting plenti¬ ful again, those of our readors who have? a surplus. miKht find it pr..'fitable i to presjerve some for consunipf icn lat¬ er on In the year. Speaking of this : lo Mr. .\ult, the manager of t^'hub- buck's pharmacy, we- were toid that the best preservative was wat"! glass of fodium silicate', which is on,sale > at Chubbuck's a' 1 cents a pound, i One pound should be added to twenty 1 pints of water and placed in a iar and ¦ fre.sh eggs jiiit In from time to time ; until the jar i« rMl.d, always keep- ' ini; two inch* s or solution cohering the eggs. Only fn'sli eggii fr«i,j hens ' that ha\e no males running with! them should be u.-eil l^cauaa ai> un- ¦ fertile eggs keeps longer evan with- ' out pr»8«rvRUve than f«rtU« t^t. /^
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At Very Lowest Prices
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rULTCa* ST. & DE l^ALB AVE.
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