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Nassau Counfy Review FREEPORT, .N. v.. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1916 Vol. XX, No. 37 Freeport Social and Personal hi the Fraternal Orders In the Fire Department Merrick Bellm ore Roosevelt .Sinifloiyjr.ii. of 5'if Hc.ioaj for -itle at Green¬ blatt* j;iti UtKittrxane K, Rai.'roaii Avtnue.; Mifh- no(Te. .Ns»eau r... nty Rtv w. UnB.lvaB and Gobetz». .Main ijtr-et; Siincy Smith?, Wen Merricic hu*ii. HIGHWAIKK UUh, TABLE (OfficiBi Hgures for .Sandy Hook) Friday Sept. S«tur<iHy, Sunday Monday, Tuetdoy, Wedne-dav. Thur.Miay, Friduy 3Ht-;.rdc.y 15 16 17 18 IU 20 21 22 23 10 ;35 p. 11:22 p. 12:12 a. 1 ;0(i a. 2:(;.-) a. 3:06 a. 4:00 B. 4:48 a. .'5:31 a. m. m. rrj. m. m. m. m. ID. m. Tht quarantine has been lifted from th»; tiuthint? beaches including Kegel's at '.VNiodclfeft, and children of ail ages are now admitted. ic< Item. Concerning Reiident. of Our Com¬ munity, sitd Their Gu-.'ttj. Via.Is nnd SociaI Art-in. Crandell —.MiiJ Floreccr; Criindeil li Brooklyn has lieen vii«i!in^ ut tn; home of Mr. atid .Mr-.. M. E. .Maxoo, Long Beach Ave. Malcomaon—A. .-^tdnt-y .Vlaitimifon psid a flyins vi^lt to Iric-ds in tijf : village Saturday, from h-.-i present . home in Roanokt, Virginia, ' Charles (J. Niles, villaire electric light "trimmer", is p|i«iidiiig a two weeks vacation ifi the vicinity of hi» old home, ut Cobleskiil, Oneonta and Snbron, New Vork. young- Mr. and Mr;3. Otto Si. Young of South L'-ng fieach Avenue are attending a conference of New York Life Insurance Co. empicyee White Sulp .ur Springs, Va. i.ecrcc'frf.terbttl orgaoizAtion* reeport nnd v.tin'ty. itrrcit lo ail Eascern .itar —A ij.fcial meeting cf .lames W. FitzipalHck. i.:i f'r'jeport Chapter, IJ. D.. Order of ber of H4se 1 and of (he F Eastern Star, vml lie heU this Sutar- djy ¦j-.vninis. "t tut usual place. Ki;ya! Arth .Masons. — Freepor; Chap¬ ter No- 302, will open after the Sum¬ mer receaii on Wednei-uay fV'rning, September '2iK with the Royal Arch V-egree. Partidtic Circle—The Patriotic Cir- cif Will hold its regular euchre at the home of .\li». fJftie An tun. 4 Scott Piace, Ro'jkville Centre, this fnday evening, Sf;ptemher 15. M( x-mem- Ti- C Hiiicii. now a resideiJt jf .Mi uit V-rnon. called Upun .he chief Tues Jay -f this wetk. di.d se.-ids regardi to hia o.d a-!i(ici"Hte3 Thi» column iseditfid '.->¦ •: and all Items »hould be sent iMrtion undtr this heauing. Born, Sept. 5, to Lcuis and Camerjon Smith, a daughter, E,!a. Fiar.k Rolx-rt^ is n-. and -cinity. Ail «r.l oifife ¦ r^prvftntativ.- in Belmiorr , r* nnd new! left with him ¦ aretu! attpntion as at our Jane Mu h In accordance •-vith a proclamation isriied by the P.'esiden'. of tbe New Ycrk State Firt-njen's Association, the annua! memorinl aervice ot the Fret- port Fire Departni.;:»t wi!! be held at Cbrisk Evangelic:;! Luthtran Church on Sunday evening. October Ist, under tion of the club Services at the M. E. Church every S iniiay milrning at hi.3". evening at 7 ;45 • pre ichitig by 'He pa.stor. Kev. B. F Ray. All are welcome to these servif«!«; Sunday Schofil will sumed in Oc,tober 1, at 2.3ii. uttt ndan^'e of tho chil'Iref; iii earne«t requested on that date. Crandell—.Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Crtui- drll of Brooklyn, foriner resident-" of Freeport. spent a few day.^i this we>-k Samuel The Nas,<au& SufTolk Lighting Con,. pany in to move from the offices it has occupied un West Merrick Koad since the busin-sH was first started, to tfie corner uf .Merrick Koad and Mnin Street, in the building with the barber ^t the home of .Mr. and Mrs ""'Jf K. Smith of Smith Street Big Biill Game Tomorrow Trjmorriw, Saturday. Sefit. Ifi, the IJjckory F. C. will again croas fiats -/Ifcith the Fri't'port A A. at the Sea¬ man Avenue t'^'ound."; at 3:45 P. M. ' ^VeathiT »!i i finances permitting, th»* yxt liireo games al Freeport witl priiliably m- with the Richmond Hill A. C. ftahylon A. C, and Sea Cliff. •e —Hempatead Lodge No. 982. gf Loyal Older of Mcose. has voted to purchase tne John Doty property on Fr.nt Sreet, Hempsttud, opposite Harper Park, for a club hou.se. The purchase prica was 312,000. direction of the Chaplain ot the de partment, Rev. A. C. Kurkau. S.MAl. Commodore Southard Gets Ten Years ^t the meeting for election of offi cers of the South Shore Yacht Club , held Wedneaday evening, Charles H. : Primaries for all political parties southard was elected commodore f'v ' will tie ht-Ki in aistrict No. 3. whioh the loth successive year, having helo includes Smithville South and Bell- the position ever since the organiza- ; more, at Firemen's Hall next Tuesday 1907. The other fro.m 7 a. m. to 9 p. m. All regis- frunk S. Snekeker, Jr., our authoriied sentative, if in, thi« villaire every Tueaday. will be plea.^ied t(i reeeive »t^ecirtl item?, or m*M a,*pointnien».? i'or callinR fof same. Single coiJM safe at Mrs. .S Born September !<, .McClellan and re- Hazel Gainer Scott, daughter. Mildred full Elizabeth. Mr. and -Mrs. .ioseph Watts of New York City speiit the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. .1. Cillescie, Penn¬ syl vnnia -Avenue. FIKE MONDAY AFTERNOON An outbuilding in thd rear of the vacan' house o;i the James, Property (.n ; North Ciove Street caught fire, prt- . ."Umabiy from children playing with e. Jr. O U. A. M. Euchre -Frteport j hoiiire, Monday afternoun. Thomas Council No 57, Jr. 0. U. A. M., will' W. .uca= cf Hose 1, who lives near. hold a euchre, pinochle and social, at ' attempted to send in a still alarm, but Cox--Smith Cox of this village i« member of the Robert Bacon primary committee. He and J. R. W-stbury and C. A. Coffin nf a Cove are the only names frnm .Na Co'jnty appearing on thi;- lijf. tiieir hull, Kealty Building. day even ng, Se;,t. 29. Tht Hill of I'Ublic IS invited to attend, f Fri pncral Kaymore -M. B Raymore left day for Boston where he wiP be ;un- em Masons.--The third oeuiKe v i,I 'at coiifprred u[ion five candidate^ I'l Mm sapiMpia Lodge No. >*22, Rockville Cen¬ tre, next -Monday evening. Si',J*.ei:iber 18. ihe historical lecture will be de- Accidcnts and Incidents pk'yeti'iirthe'offiM^of Warren IL Man-:',V'^«' ^_l[^^ ^or. Phillip Herr=cha£t ! ;'h;,;;;;.'M^^^;; Leviiiia .-^niall, charged with pubilo intoxication, wus sent to County jt.il for ten day, by Justic- Flint, Monday. David, ion of Claronii. .innm, re- porti-d to the police Muiiilay morning that Frank Orocki. agr-d. 12, with habitat at Imperial liotel, biid his wheel, which was stolen hist Vr'edniis day. Frank said that a man who said ho lived in Kocl-vilic Centre came thero v;itfi the whi;el Ihursday. paint¬ ed it from red to black, aiiii -old it to' hun for 7.'> cents. I'hi' nex!, night about midnight Officer Kaynor cHUi,iit master Orncki and his 10 ynir old brother Joseph with n but' of tomui.iti- and carrots A'hicli ii-. said thiry Im.I "lifted" from a gaiden on SniKli St , "between .Miiler and Long Beacn Aves.; nn one L-uinpb.ining a^-'iiinst fhe boys, they -.ere discharge'!. Sorr.f I.ne stoic part of the curbure- tor ut A f.-.r belonging to Cbas. Sea man of H'lmpatead while it was stand¬ ing ill fro :t of a residence on South Main St. He appealed tu the police, who helped him gertlis car to a gir- age for new parts. On complaint of County Motor Cy¬ cle officer Bertram Hope Kenneth Burns was fined $5 Sunday for exceed¬ ing ppeed limit in auto. After examinatitm on Friday Jus tice Flint held Albert Jackson for the Grand Jury charged with violating aection 2460 of penal code referring alysis. He to compulsory prostitution of women. The funera Tony Orara waa placed under $1000 interment ni'ig, landscape designer. .Mr. Kay¬ more bus been employed for the pa'^t three months as foreman on construc¬ tion w irk for the same firm at Port ¦rVH.-hington J. !¦'. S. (;iub-The J. F. S. Club illi i ita tea and eui'hre at the home of .Mrs P. Trumpfellow, on Coloniiil Avioue, tht' home beinifc-prettily dec- ¦"ir led f(ir the occasion. A pleasant iifiernoon was parsed with music and catdJ. Miss Boatrum pre.sided ut the „pirtno, arriivipanied fiy .Mrs. J. E. Fui- oy nnil iVIrs. Newton. Prize.* were av.'arded to Mrs. liostrurti and .Mrs. .v.-".'ton .MrR. f'reiGlitf.n, .Mrs. Celltr and .''Irs .-Vckeriy. Anio'->> others pte.uent w^re .Irs. A. Doughty, Mr.n. HK--en. Mrs Hul^iton nnd iMr>.. Ray- (if Brooklyn L O. O. F. —Next Monday evening. Sept. 18, at 8 o'clock, in Freeport Lodge the Initiatory LVgree will be conferred upen Harold King. ^ he Lodge invites all memhurs lo be pres¬ ent and help support ,N<;li!- Grand Walling and his stsjlf. Lij^ht retreijh- rnents will be -it v .il. i while he was talking with tfie chief ¦ someone more excitable sent in a gen¬ eral alarm, to which all cen panies re- I sponded. The io3> was tr.llir.g, j Ho=e 1 has appointed ., t-.Tinmittee cf three to apjieur before tt.e Village ; Bourd of Trustees at its ne.xt meeting, and protest against the acceptance of mbinati.jii .vagon pur- officers re-elected were as follows; i Vice commodore, William Schumach i er ; rear commodore, S. B. Donnell.'; 'treasurer, James Dean; recording sec¬ retary, Henry L. .Maxson; financial secretary, Clarence E. Jones. Birdsall JacASon was chosen as measurer in place of A. S. Malcom¬ son, who has moved to Virginia. The Board of Governors includes the orti cers and Nicholas Cunningham, J. Wesley Miller. D. A. Ke:inedy, George B. Paterscn. ("has. M. Hawkins. D. S. .Mackay, F. C. Southard. Arthur Nn.-- worthy, F. C S. Knowles and Tim- oihy Cutler. The Regettu Commit.t'jt stlei.'tud were F. P. Alcorn, Df. A. E. Hoa*:, Lloyd Cutler, Arthur D. Nosworthy and Alfred Chiiptrian. The officers' reports showed alfairs tered voters should for their candidates. The school tax rate for this year has been fixed ht .^1.53. This is but^ attend and vote ;**"* **"*^'P'"^''^^°" '^-^ J'*''"'** **^» ; which ws? .?1 ."i2. Howard Wood is erecting a new cot¬ tage on Linden Street. Delhi.ore defeated .Mineola la.st Sun¬ day in a rather one sideti game by the score of 9 to 2. Next Sunday the Hubbard A, C. will be tbe visitors. Harry, aon of Mr. and .Mrs. Henry Brandt, cf Oak Street, has returned to the home uf his parents after a six weeks stay at .Mercy HoiipiiHi, ^where he haa been under treatment for an ; injury to the breast bone. Although i not entirely recovered the lad ahoWa marke-j improvement in his conditiwi. , I (Jeorge 1 h^^rne., uf s'tevens Street, has secu.) -ed a position in the office of tho Henipstead Journal. .Mr. a;:d .Mrs. Charles K(.elder iiave announctd the (.engagement of their daught-r. Lorntta Louise, to Percy Rhodes, of thi- village. l.eonar.i l.opee, who has been work¬ ing at f^ast Hni!i,itun. has secured a position in .Mo li:,ehiix'.-i mi;l. Hemp¬ stead. «_^ .Mrs. Chas. Fpple and Mi.-s Phoebe Thome .-pent the weekentl with Miss Thome's si.Jter. Mrs . Ilenr;. Aborn, at Fa.-t Hen.pstead. chased for that Company. The mem- be-'s claim thnt the wagon is not aa lireviously promised, and ask for its Injection on that ground. As stated elsewhere in this column, ine apfiaratua tias been p'H:-:sed upon by (tie Fire Council and its acceptance recommended. Tlie api.aratud was compared with tbe revised specifica¬ tions furnished by the Mack Company, n;-.: -.vhile a great deiil Sf iii.-.-:itisfac- !' h wa.- e\; I- ¦--¦¦', lit tne job, ir ap- ! '¦ at ,i-H.-i'. It was Poos 1 rolley Service? Editor l^eview:- - Jvj.it a little experience for l.e:....-il' of others who may be ei|ualiy ig- • 'jf the way the trolley coi'hpany its patrons: Having occaaion to come oui i., liu; trolley from tlie City Line on-.- night this week after dark, I very naturally I g^j'^^'^J^ "iurmd over to got in the first car that came in, glad • y,^j ^\,^^.^,^^ \„ At a special meeting of tfie Bell m flourishing condition, despite th-^ more Bqjird of -Tirade, hekl at Fire- xi,,, Lad'es' Aux backward season. Over .¦<70(J ha? bten men's Hall on Mondav evening the,'Hi,-. apent in improving the hoo^e nnd Frank L. Hack company of Freeport grounds and further irn, -oveoi. i l- nre was awarded a contract to replace the contemplated. pre.»enr roof on the L. I. R. H. depot There will b^ over ion at the dii otr and waiting shed in tliis vilii^'.- with dance next Thursday evening, the 21st. a Spanish tile roof, hm! i>, ¦!¦ i .reel It is also planned tu continue the new drain gutters Ln tne cB^es. Ibe Saturday evening reception.-* durinir contract for stuccoing the depot and the month. v.aitii^; room on tho south side of the tracks wiil also be av;arded some time this week and this work will be .Uart- ed as soon as the roof is finished. The stucco work v;ill be of a neat panel Our Soldier Boys at Texas McAllen, Texas, Sept. 2, 1916. Co. I 7th N. Y. I»'»'>"i'..:-^^' y^,., ^„(, j,hen completed our deiiot her Iv th Nassau Couniy Review, i -^ ' - iary of Kussell (."unu'iiiiy held thur regular meeting last Tuesday. At this meet¬ ing it wba'dcHiTed tbat on the aftt'r- noon of aepternbtr 21st, the Auxiliary will hold ll Itn and social. Games of all kind »vi!l be enj(;yed b\ all, favora beii;g ;.;ive!i to the lucky ones. The pri.ceed^Jwill be iipplied lo funr! Tb.' fnends of the und til'eioeo "II- eordiiilly in present. the piano mcniberi* ^ Ited to tie Brgitininy : Tt; Lecture on Richi.rd ffill, C.'i AmeMcan Committe Relief, wiil lecture oi liiu nia no-iisaioner of tor Armenian the conditions .lifer a deWy of about two montha, che new wagon of Hose 1 ha.H heen ac Cepted fiy the Fire Cuuncil ai.d Village thai company .service, ("(infract for jthe wagon was signed April If, c.all ing for delivery in sixty days. .Ac- I cording to the statement -.< to. builo- ¦ers, shortage of niateriHl delayed tbe •delivery, and the wiigon ,lid not rench I F'reeport until A'j}:u.-!!. 29. Jt wua re¬ but asked the conductor .f I could stay | turned to the New York service utalion in the car until the next one came in, ' ; enough to get a seat, and as no one said Rosedale, I never tiiought to go ; in front and see and thereby lo.aing nil chance ofa seat. When vvu got to Rosedale Avenue the conductor said [ v.as aurprised, in that stricken country with pictures all out for next car per.ional'y taken, the lecture to be ' given in Brooklyn Hall next Friday _^^ ^^^^ ^ _. evening, Sept. 22. Admisison will be ' as I supposed he was gr.ing back to | ^jj^j'^,,^; ¦¦j''"'i-'j,, free. n-.,.. t ;_.. li :,i u - ..- ~ Freeport, N. Y. . LATEST MOTOR APF.vKAlCS , Gentlemen;- I am writing to thank your for the copies of the Keview which I have bten receiving while here aj^l to give yipu a short acoount of the 9* mile hike '.'.'hich we nave just completed. It waa the plan of the commanding officers to !-:ave the (ith N. Y. Division move as a division over a route cover¬ ing about 96 milea and taking 11 days. However, on account of the i->carci of water the plana were cbangeil and the regiments movtd out a dtv or ao September 1 fori"'""''- The71tli left lirat, foiiowed at llh .> Roy 111 wiiribe one of the prettiest in tliis vf- shoves on Tuesdays, cinit^'. The Board of Trade have ' rJHys and .Suiid.iV-. been \vorUiiig on this project for the years of age wi;' I past six inonths and Justly feel much show- w'l: he pleased at the succe.-sful culininatuin 7 :^i> >-:'i ) ',) I" ¦ of their efforts. 'I'he cost nf these im¬ provements will reach neariy ^THlu, .h-.hii Dixoi;. •. most of wliich bas already been :iuli- from bio. li ; lo- scribed. Any reiiidenl of the viflago pastj is itnprov,i who haj not done their shure is iirvited to hand tht ir subscription to any nieoi aturday, I'he-itre i hursilii Cliildrei Septein- will hold .s. Satur- I •¦¦¦•' 12 I of tl.e conipRoy ayain delivered Obituary i City Line. He said no as he waa go- , pr^^eport September ,.. I ing on to Rockville Centre but could | The Mack Company, ^hen it was Inot take passengers any further, ao all , ^..^^^d that delav woui'i i e i„evKa..le, FRANK ROCCO Frank Rocco, son of Salvatore and Rosa Farmlet Rocco, of Alexander Avenue, died Monday of infantile par was seven months oid. wus beld Tuesday with when 1 Greenfield Cemetery ; d'fl'e ¦ bond as a material witneaa by County Judge Niemann Wednesday. Harriet Brone at the same time waa sent to County jail for 40 days for Fulton, funeral director CHRISTIAN MUNK alone on a very dark corner I was stranded to wait ten minutes for the next car, but when it eame it aaid Mil- burn Avenue onlj-. I fomii'i'^'d rnyseif to wait for the nexl, ..:h^jT .vm:* tolci waa jast b'hind bn i '.il liehnid, bat rarrie I'l tftt:' vi'»is also R.,'Se S «.-i;l we. t i..-.A. By that proceditfe. olation aection 877 of code of criminal P'onjinen' hotel men in Na.aau Coun- ty. died Saturday ot apoplexy in h = sixty-third year. He is survived by hia wife, two aona, Frederick anl John, of Baldwin, and three daugl- ! tera. The funeral waa held Tuesoay I afternoon. time 1 was juat a littfe mad. After another wait of ten m»:»stea. and that ail Hlone, the car came along lor Free- Chriatian Munk, ona of the mostjierr. one of the busiest places on Long which had previ Mexicana. ano fiUnd. I consider that-some service Mr*. H. E. K. Ferry Service to the Beacli The ferry service to the be«ch is being continued aa traflic s«etDa to warrant. No regular achedule will j ASA R. CHILSON be announced during the remaiader of , ^^^ ^ Chilaon, aged 68 years. „ the .ea»on but noticea will be pw'ed j ,„,^„ „,ij,„t „, r„„,^^^, ^^^^ ^. at the docks, andontha trolLya. Jamaica Hospital on Tu-.day. -""un- ' «nl services were held this Fridat CA15D OF THANKS j morning at Southard & Moore's chap I desire through the columns of the !«'. Re»- »• 0. Curtice, paator of the Rev.ew. to extend my heartfelt thank* Preeport M. E. Church, officiating Freeport Spontanjf Ciub In the ten round boot Friday night hetween Larry Temple and Voung Blackburn. Temple kiicn.'ked out Black¬ burn in the aectind routid. furnished mi ii'i n.i'niit' onibHna'ieii wagon fo' tite u.ae o'.' lli* cijnip.r.y. an.I also for the in-itiuclioii of drivers, on I this *ngon. cngtither with an iostruet- or. hus been .stationed at Hose 1 houre ever since July '25, at no '.'xnense to the village, thus giving tlw village the benefit of the service, and the com¬ pany the additional time for inatruct- ing drivers. The wagon is tbe International i^'e^ling's. 'Ae i Motor Company's A B. model, worm "'Kht snd returned drive. 40 b. p., and capable of So miles per hour. The engine conetruc tion is almost identical with that of the apparatua of Hoae 2. being tn- same model, with a four <^>linder .Mack engine. . "The ignition is Boerfa. with .-park and throttle control on -steering- col a dav':- .ntetval by iiie ! Uif, :^iil, I'l: T:ti, T4!li, i; lib hiu! I'i'h. V\'e lelt iVlcAllen with toil equij 11.ent a week ago Tuesday ar.d 'jampeil the lirrt diiy al Mission, ti mile- away. Tne next day we iie.ved to A Ilom. 7 miles north ot Mission, am! the foi- I'lwing day tovereo H miles lo .Sterl¬ ing's Ranch. Here we had a shower buth. which greatly refreshed the rrieii. Leaving Sterling's the I'exi.i^.v we went to La GloriK. ,^ ie-Mie!i rmiicii °.^ ber of the Bo^d, with the assurance Jj^ that it wil! be appreciated. Joh;i J. Lowry is chairtnan of the (¦(Hiiiiittic which has this vork in I'hiirge and lias i.iev"t- li con^'irleraolt time in perfect •irrange'iients. The wotk will . be started i.oxt .Vlonday, lu-aed b_\ lb ri ifrom lier- over ranci: the next day. I he 6th d.ty to.ik us t h Mexican ^eUlel,ltn: of Slerling'^. and ili» We reaciitd Young's Inriher on. Afft r s i>agjni(-Se.ca, i2 mil-s north following day run h. 9 allies nding the night there the regiintn; reiu."nej ui Stt ing's r^ru'h taking 2 davs more. On t.ie IOth day we had hard going or 14 miles over dusty roads to lEdin borough, the (bounty seat. Leaving there in the middle o' the r.igb'. we John.l. Bedell, who was operult .1 ii\v-.< tor Mppcn'.lieiti.- at .Mass^^ii H. •*¦ pitsl atui'jt two !f;onth.s ago. r'-tur-.-.'d to his home on Merrick Ruad .Monday of thig 'A'eek. Allliough mucti im- liroved. Mr. Iledell has not ye', fm::. I'ejovered froiu hn illness. Miss .I.•.¦i?e Conklin. who bai^ been speiiuing the summer with relatives and friends in Bellmore, returned to her home in the South on Wednesday of this week. .Miss.Marinn .'Wilier of Baldwin is ^ visiting ut ihe home of Dr. and -Mrs. '-¦ William W'Ife on Grand Avenue. i H'arvey Srni'h of Centre Avenue ia vi-iting at the home of his aister, .Mrs. Edwin Seering. in New York Cily ;n Lakewoo There -.-e lili;u la..I '.'..-¦ Club bad a . nfterri'^oe '. tjeafor'i .^ . M I. :. - 1 vi.-ili! 1 .-'¦.•. ¦¦ n'. 1,1. .ii u; at :,o-:kei 1 • .oll.-.i- . .! 1-lelJ 1 1 : o,.^ IS unday 1- ...,l louniev to ¦ ::-.• 1 1 th'" Y. ¦ ; , leepi.li l.l.H the home of Mrs. ' 'in Hoods '*.vetiue. Dr. William Wolfe and Jerome Mes siiia. accompanied by their families, enjo>ed the early part of the week the bay. During the trip Jerome and i '"'[J J- •'^^;|''*' '." ''harge. 'Doc" tritd concluaiona with the finny : In the firat aix rouni bout hetween i ""!"• ""'^ '°°' accelerirtor. In the Kid Lock and Kid Parker, Lock won. i *"««'" "' "°«« ^ **"' «'"*"¦«' c^n'rol is In the aecond six round bout between j ^J'/"o' accellerator. Kid Packo and Lew Corbett, stopped I ^^*' body is built of *tee.. witii a . .. u ..a , , in the fir.t round. In the first four j "'«d '^"P^^ity f"' 12"« <«*' "f ^ inch n««sed through a ram ,_toroi und land round bout between Kid Murphy and i ^o^''- „ „ , •'*^,^'"-''' '" '-'"'"P "^""^ ' '¦^^ ""* '"«f" Young Cuba atODDed in the firat I A 35-gallon Holloway type chemical '"^ . .., .. —n." ,ntprm«nHn Pvnrp.a Hilla Cpm.'t^rv' rounrf In the aeconrl ftiiir round boat tank ia provided, mounted just back of The whole trip was one not easily to tribe and hb on their previous trip, to our friends and neighbors for the , interment in Cypress Hills ^«™'''">. ^^•^^'^.'^./^^^^^^ the driver'a seat. Thia tank ia pro- be forgotten and t.ie only disoomfort'Doctor's pole proved to be the btttee WESLEY VERITY draw. In the third four round houi vided'with a by-pasa ao that the water was from the salty water we tad to of the two. Wesley, better known to hia friends between Bobby Sand«'rs and Johnny | f;;":^, Jhe hydrant may be forced drinK and last night a rum storm. But aa "Jim" Verity, waa found dead in Williams, Sanders won. bed in a lodging houae at 100 Johnson I" the ten round bout for tonight St., Brooklyn, on Friday night. Young Cardell of Newark. 126 lbs. Investigation by the Coronor showed and Kid Sullivan of Brooklyn, 126 lbs Hrs. t''ii!:i) Tiu.-.i|ifeller of thi* (ot.e v,-i.:' 1 It.ember of a happy t'Bfty • •¦' III ¦¦kl;.ii frieri.lH who attended the Miirdl Gras festivities at Coney Islanrt luefeday tvenir;g. The reguiar weekly .Sa'.iirday nikht dances at Alpha F'ire Hall, given un¬ der tiie au pices 'if the Social Five, are well attended. Jn Saturday, Sep'enber 2^, the special feature will be a prize waltz. Episcooal Church, St. Paul's Mis- fiin. Re". .Adelbert J. Smith, deacon in charge; residence '22 Henry St., telephone 1128-.M. Services Sunday morning, Holy Communion at 7 :,S0 a. m., instead of 8 ;00 a. m., with the Rev. Roy Farrell Nuffield, Arch- Deacon of (Queens Nassau, as the cel¬ ebrant. At 10:00. morning prayer and sermon will be held, with Rev Adel- sympathy and consideration extendejd me in my sudden bereavement. Mrs. Wesley Verity. AdTartlawnaat. To whom it may concern; My wife. Mrs. Louise L. Smitb, , - ,,_ ....l. having left my bed and board, I here- ! that he had died hy strangulation from In the six round bouts between Jake by give notice that I will not be re-i asphyxiation with gaa. and that the Brandt of Brooklyn and Johnny Murry sponsible for any debta incurred by i f?«8 jet waa turned one quarter on. of Brooklyn, both 122 lbs. Mickey h^r Peter R Smith tbough not burning. The valve was Delmont of Pateraon, and Johnnie Advertisement ! loose and it ia thought Verity aup- Dunn of Brooklyn, both 110 Iba. — I posed that he had the gaa all turned; off when he re.tired. There waa no known cauae for him tt) commit aui- cide and the Coronor rendered verdict of accidental death by asphyxiation. Mr. Verity was brought to this houae by a atrange man at o o'clock Friday afternoon and at The attention of lovera of the bay is called to the adv. in thia issue of Gor¬ don P. Ellison, who ia compelled to ,Hell out ins boats and engines, because of it! health. wetting down," and tbe chemical is expected to be a very valuable addi¬ tion to the department, the only other in aervice being mounted on Truck 1. A perforated sheet steel basket for the chemical heae ia mounted over tbe tank, and 20O feet of chemical hose is provided. Plenty of alarm can be given when the apparatus ia in aervice. it being Children Not at Movies Yet,' equipped with a ten-inch bell and an electric airen horn. Two laddera are rriounted upon the side of the wagon body, one of 20 ft. and one of 12 ft. All motor combinu- through the smaller chetnical hoae for the men hit camp In i happy frame of Crcfrtitrt I arlc lailt^ti "wettinff down " and the chPmieBi i. mind hat inir fieen informed that the ricc^mri Ldus jdiicu mind hat ing been informed that the 7lBt Regiment leaves today for home and lioping that we may soon follow. Yours very truly. Stuart Cutler. Congressman Hicl^s fhe Savage Sehool for Phyaica! Ed¬ ucation 18 a new advertiaer in the Nassau Couniy Keview this week. Aa the new Welah Law, making physical training obligatory in every achool in the Statu is now in eflect. there will be an increased demand for teachera. Fur work left now remodeled rft lower pricea. Kegel's. 47 Railroad Aveaue. AavartlauBMit. Try tny apeciai box of cut flowers, 76e for the weekend. C. R. Ankera, ' floriat, Rockville Centre, L. I. ; tele- yphcne connection; delivery anywhere. No children are to be admitted to movies or public gatherings in the Villsge of Freeport till Sept. 25. Dr. Runcie, village health officer, informs o'clock that the Nasaau County Review represen- Huntington. Sept. 7.—Last night Alfred Corse. 19, and Erneat Jackson, 17. of Freeport. were arrested by Dep¬ uty SherilT .Arnaza Bigg.'s. after a complaint had been made by a number Jq Lecture "^ resldenta of Lloyd'a Neck that the ,, ., , ,, ,,. , .,, boys were beating a horse. This Congreasman tred C. Hicks will „,„„i th.y were arraigned b^ore ecture on "Ancient Ru.na .... Brook-' j„^,i^^ „f ,„^ p^„,,^ Lowndes and lyn Hall, on Thuraday evening, Sept. i 28, under auspices of the Federation Next Thursday evening a service will be held at the church at 8 o'clock, thia being St. Matthew'a day. There will be evening prayer. All are cor¬ dially invited. Florence Esther, and Jane Bush, the yuung daughters of Mr. and Mra. for Beating a Horse '^'has. Morgan, were baptized last Sun¬ day morning by the Kev. Adelbert J. Smith. The Altar Guild will hold their first meeting aince the summer vacation at the borne of their directress, Mra. F. Munroe. Monday evening, September 18'h. night he was found dead. tative that if conditiona continue to Mr. Verity was HS years old and improve he will recomn.efld to the was a meniber of the Coaat (Juard, tioard of Health that ali reatrictions atationed at tbe Point Lookout Life aa to children attending public gath- Saving Station. He is survived by erings be removed after Sept. 25, a his wife. Mra. Anna Guhl Verity, and week before tbe date set for opening four cnildren, Elizabeth, 9 yre. ; Al- schools. tion wagona of the present time are built with these valuable additions. A complete Ruahmore self-starting of Men'a Cluba. Paralysis Conditions at Freeport Since our laat iaaue one case of pel M\\'!i!i^^';'."L':''f.'!'"...J.'i!!''*!!-'--'?'i'""^y^^^^^ '"h^ eluding voltmeter, amiiieter. generat- berta. 7; and Margaret and Dorothy, twins. 4 yr- He wua a member of The Surf man's League and Freeport Council No. r.7. Jr. O. U. A. M., both organizations attending the funeral ser vices in a body The services were or, starting motor. 9 volt 120 ampere Willard battery, 2 electric headlights, 2 electric sidelights, 1 eleotric tail liKht. 1 portable trouble light, Tl-e Ri^ishniore system nas b< en in use upon U I • r- i'rru(-'.>< 1, a great deal heavier motor faraiySlS Cases for over two year.=, and haa given eom Three cases were reported at Ros T''*"'^ satisfaction. Fewer Infantile At the Plaia, weak of Sept. 18th. Monday, Harold Lockwood and May Allison in "The River of Romance," Billie Burke in "Glu'ria'a Romance." "H'-r Fighting Spirit.'" Tuesday, Convtance Collier in "The Code of Marsia Gray." Wedneaday. Lucille Lee Stewart* ni 'The Destroyers." Thursday, Edna Goodrich in "Arm- lUrong's Wife." Friday, Vivian Mar¬ tin in "Over Night." Satarday, John rymore in "The Lost Brida- " Programs mailed upon «it, Aflvirtisiaiiat home, SU Smith Strept, Rev. Wm Breckenrii^ge, pastor of the Baptiat Church, ofHeiating; interment at Jer¬ usalem Cemetery; Fulton, funera! director. Weekly Weather Report (For our readers in other localities) Friday, Sept. 9. clear in a. m., heavy showers in aftsmoon., rain dur¬ ing evenin;:, cleared otf at night. Saturday, clear, windy. Sunday, clear, flna fall day. Monday, aame. Toaaday, same. Wednesday, very foggy. in a. m., clear early. Tbariday, claar. lyn for the entire Countv of .Nassf.u ^^^^ ^rPBratos te painted cream, to* match and is let- held Tuesday afternoon, from hia late ^"^ 'he 24 houra ending at noon Thurs-1 ^^''^h maroon running gear day. September 14 the reat of the appiratus Tbe^tolai'from'raat Thursday noon, ' i,"**^. "P«" J^^^ V^' ."''*" ^^..^- ^'. *•'• '"!'""JL" """'.T'i.-*'' )""""! one week, was 10, against 14 for the previoua week. The total number of cases tn date is about 180. The cases reported: Baldwin—Margaret Jacobs. 3 year.s. Lyn^iook—Milton Dalaton. 7 yeara D., and UDon tfie hood, both aides Freeport Fire Dept. The completed apparatua i i Village of Freeport, as noted in anoth¬ er column, thia making a trital of 19 cases, riie cuse of Alvin Jackson, olficially reported as being in Free port, is at Stevens St.. Kooe«evelt. Multiplicity of Pearsalls Roy I). Pearsall announces that he haa purchased from E S. Langer and S. P. Pettit the "Freeport Press" on Church Street. For the benefit of bi» th(K the Pearsall in th--- Fivt;., ' i -.-» and the re..rBLlig ni t'le' .Nassau county Review huve not any buainesa con- pleaded guilty- They w^re sentenced ; to aixty days in the Oiunty Jail. They confessed they had stolen the horae and carriage from Alvin Jack¬ son, of Wantagh Avenue, Wantagh. It ia sail that the young men were ; trying to sell their outfit. Tt.e authorities of Wantagb will have to wait until the aixty days are up before their warrants can te.served on the cnarge. -Times. Unclaimed rVtter.- (Freepori Poit Office) Anderstm. William Burdett. Wm. A. Bedell. .Mrs. Cassie Brown .Mrs. Clara Frye, Miss Alice Fuckes, Mrs Garry t'Jehan, Misr Marmaret Hoyt, Mis? Frances Hagerty, Mrs. Uarry J. .No further changes have been made regarding the date of the opeiiiogof the public achocils. which haa been set f.r '¦l:nober 2 The I'L'adiers have beei. ir.stiucled to report <n Septem¬ ber '20. whe" plans will be fully laid out and disiussed. I^fv. E. O. Tree has reaigned ua pa»t(* of Itie M. E. Ctiurch. The Of- hrikl Boarii of the church laiil the pa|;er ul. the table for u iri'irith Poor health causes the aclion of Dr.' Tree, v..I.ll haif worked hard for the past three y.-ii,-« afler havii,g previoualy retired a* an active miniflter Dur- i/ig his pastorate the church has been built here. Elwood Tabor of Brookiyn im tsm- P'orarily filling the iiiiipit. the best obtainable snd is expected to oections whatever, as might be infer- Mr and Ur* Gsorge N. Jonee (2) materially aid in keeping down the fire 'ed from the similarity of namew ¦ ^'^tl, Mrs N. „ . ,^ loss in Freeport. -— .—7 T"-" . " " ^"•¦^'^°^' /orman L., Publisher, To obtain tike best reaulis in pre-1 Vjindewater btreet. Central Ave. 26 i^.j'iiuiuvn—niiiiuii i-/m»i.un, ( years ; i .^ Ruth Dalston. 4i years; Ethel Griffen-i Tots at Isolation HoSpital •"^'"'^ "^•*^^" LLCO JUMBO fruiti Murry, Mrs. F.. 1424 haflsji, ."ii years. '.i i p'ultnn',. A„,hnU„^.» « ,„;- ., , Jar Rubbers on al! M..=icn u.id Light- Mortimer. .Mr. F. E. B.i.„i„-wi,,,.„ ,.,L., ,,.j„. in';..i'sX^°s...\.or.r3;pV|rB^^ Oceans ide- Baldwin— Rooaovalt—.\lvin Jackaon, 4 yeart. 14. L. I. Sullivan. Mrs. A J Stripp, Mr. Peter Stuzke. Edward Travis. Dr. W. C. Wail, Mr. A. T. Benton Smith, P. M. AdvarriawMBt 1 September 12, 1916. Trulloy Company Must Improve Road Village Clerk Shea, by llirettior. of t the Village Board of Trusteea, has aerved notice to the Freeport Railroad ,Cu., to repair and fill in with gravel. j itH road on Grove Street, from Atlantn , Avenue t.j Front St. j Primaries Next Tuesday Every enrolled voter abould attend I the primaries next Tuesday. Tbe polla are open from 7 m m. to 9 p. m. Furs remodeled, bongh^, sold and exshanged. Kegcil's, 47 Railread JAvewie. Freeport. A4vtrHtawft. (y ¦¦m
|Title||Nassau County Review 19160915|
|Title||Nassau County Review 19160915|
Nassau Counfy Review
FREEPORT, .N. v.. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1916
Vol. XX, No. 37
Social and Personal hi the Fraternal Orders In the Fire Department
.Sinifloiyjr.ii. of 5'if Hc.ioaj for -itle at Green¬ blatt* j;iti UtKittrxane K, Rai.'roaii Avtnue.; Mifh- no(Te. .Ns»eau r... nty Rtv w. UnB.lvaB and Gobetz». .Main ijtr-et; Siincy Smith?, Wen Merricic hu*ii.
HIGHWAIKK UUh, TABLE (OfficiBi Hgures for .Sandy Hook)