Nassau County Review 19140828
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Nassau County Review Official Paper of .Nassau County FREEPORT, .\. Y., FRID.AV, AUGUST 28. 1^14 \i.\. No. .^.^ Freeport News of the Churches In the Fraternal Orders Village Trustees Social a:i Personal HIGHWATKI: IIDK T.AHLt: Friday, Auc. iSaturday Snnday, Monday, ."^ept. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thuraday, Friday, Saturday, ¦2'.l, ¦-ii. 1.22 p. m. 2.32 p. m. :i.44 p. rn. 1.60 p. m. 5.18 p. m. »;.i?4 ;>. m 7.18 p. m. l.r.H p. m. ?<.31 p. m. and othfrr doinitt .n llie churcli«« nnd ch'jr 'n ..ocietirit Harold IJedell is aniounced to lead t.iir: hpworth Lfn'-l'-ie "-''• •¦tin;.'' .-Sunday night in the .M. E. Church; tojiic, ''An Evening with Cbftrlts-Wesley and Iii-i l!-,'mn.s." Doinii in 111.: »»ciel (mtirnal oriiiinizotions ot Frv*port and vicinity. Freepirt Lodge ,So. tiOti, I. U. <). E., and .Mystic Rebekah Lodge will re¬ move on S'nteniber 1 to .Vi-'.'hanici' H«!i o(. nhiliomi .\vcnue. Last .'•'riilhy evening the ilegrees of Virtue and Liiierty were confei red up- , ordered paid The adji.urned meeting o:' ',.nc Vii lage fJoi.rd WH3 held at the Viliaije of- tiiie Friday afternoon, with i'resident Lamb and Trustees Bedeli an-.i Raynor present. The note of the Freet'Oi l Kani-; against the Village of Fr•¦^¦' rt I'-jr .*5iiOii, with interest at •¦?."i3.3 i. '.va-^ Mcinly About Cu I nd The e.ldl Mi?s Ethei Minor of ths Coliinil'in Brass Foundry office statT. is <;jeiviin a '.-.-et'rL's vacation ht F'c.icr'^'ici j'sie -N. V. I First Chuich oT Chri't, M'ienliist.— j .Services Sunday in iriiing at 11 o'clock ; Sunday School name hour; Wedne.-*day j evening te^tirri'inial rrieetint; at 8 .-jni^ie copies of the Ivcvii'W for sale ; o'clock ; llrmiistead Hank Building; •I Greenbiatfs and Braithwaite's, | subject ne.M .^unday, .^Uk'u.st 30, Raiiioad Avenue; Kiefer's, .Nassau (Coun'y Uevii',v. DiiSilva's and Go- betij's-, .Main Street; DaSilva's, West Mei-rick Koad. tf- S.H. Wetnnoreof '2H2 Locust Avenue has moved to Baldwin. Srhotil will reopen on Tuesday, Sen- temtir-r -, sfter tne summer vacatirili. i;ie Litt'i'; Shop, vulcanizing a spy cialty, i'< now located at 44 W. Mei¬ rick K'lfau. l-'ri-efiort. Sen ailv. in thi- IHBUtr. ¦ "Ciirii-t .lesus.'' Tne Saliliath eviiung services in the Fresliyterian Chaiiei at Roosevelt on jthe UHliyion Turnpilce, will be resumed on Sabbath evening, Seiitembcr 6. Servii'es at 7:4-') [i. m., conducted by iRiV. A. .1. Park. All in the neighbor¬ hood are c iiiiially invited to join in the ivurship. .•\ libniiMiiii'.' mission cruciti.N, teen feet lillll, was ilnnated i Church if Our Holv Redeemer four- 1 the IV E. on tive chndidates by Freeiiort Coun¬ cil. .Jr. 0. U. .\. M. Thia Friday eve¬ ning the degree of Patriotism wiil be conferred upon the same candidates. Edward Hemming Badly Injured Edward lleiiiming, son of .Mr. and .Mrs William E. Hemming nf F.;iyn<ir Street, was badly injured Saturduy af¬ ternoon when he was riding a bicycle east on .Merriclc Koad, near t.he village limits ami I'ollnled with an autom.ohile owned and driven by Alva Smith of Belimore, ii iirominent 'Democratic his politician. Reports llf the accident ali hi-;i'fce was entirelv unavoidable ami jiliice A'iKi,iiir_and tamily during the past i,ia,ne upon'the automobilist. Mr. Sn.ith tootc the bov in in¬ it I'ls. It has lieen iilaced in the rear "Neptune's Daughter," in MOII'l feet of the church. The proceeds of the of m'jtion picture.s, is to be .slmwn at ninnsttr vaudeville show htid on .-\ug- the I'lazii 'vVednesday, Septi'inlier 2; u-t 3 v.-cn-nearly ?7iiO. — Tal.let. see hi!v. •Next Sunday evening the Epworth A hirsi- belonging to G. A. Dunster League will be led by Harold Bedell. became frightened while sttanding an The topic is "An Evening with Charle.s Main Street .Monday morning and ran j \Vi"ilfy anti His Hymns." Psu. 12C. away. .Vo serious damage was done to ¦either tne h'.rse or wagon. A V¦<,'.,< ux. Bri,-.1< ;>epte.-nli(-r fJoi (! ¦ iiive J. \'>l!li!i!!i Ilil- ill, ' ;' ¦¦ vn lie and dance will in- Hall on Thur.sday ev. i , i'or the benetit ot ment Cluh nf l-'riijini pri'sidsnt, Tlic set stars ii iiiiri'iU'i'- ! Iii'lil lin^', the At Cluisl Lutheran Sunday .-i.ivicfc.5 will lie Kev. Shaefer, who is her frnin Ii,(ii(i. Evtniii Church t, .1. 1 Aui/ust L (1. S-- 1 .'iKiining rvii'c lit r;i 2: .1 next 1 ''.V \ isit . :30; '¦Jay, were and hastened to Freepori where Dr. Fletcher was summoned, and lor a while his life was despaired of. it be¬ ing found that he had suffered frac¬ tures of the right arm and leg, and what was thought at first to be a frac¬ tured skull but later found to be only a severe scalp wound. On Monday th;- boy was remove i to .Merc, Hospital for a conBUitation and examination. \o serious intcrunl i:i- Puiice .Justice Flint subrr.itte rijpoit fr.r July, showing receipt.s oi $4. The treasurer's report i ir ilu,y showed the following balances in the various funds: General fund, .S."i,S73..54 ; street, ii;7'.»''i'i 76; water. !;2h0o.s5; el¬ ectric light, i?424,).12; Board of Health, .-^15>-tl.!)5; interest, .^15(il.6ii; tax nrrears, $4334.4'J; fire department, $7^90.21; street light, Seme-tiS; light extension, ;?6fi.74; sidewalk, .'?123'i.ii2; park maintenance, SSTS.S-*; I'iice. ¦¦i 4 3 73. On. -\])plichtion for refund of L3 o;" cost of laying granitoid sidewalks '.vas maiie by -Mr. Gottschaldt. Sniith <t .Malcom¬ son, village engineers had reported tj^p that the sidewalk was not according to grade, aUhough .Mr. Gottschaldt had Wiliiam ( received the customary permit frorn yf Freeport, the villfigc to lay the walk. It was view olfice decided to allow the rebate w-hen the walk was made tu conform to grade. F'ermission was grante4.George Sil¬ ver, of the United CiKaf Stores Co., to erect an electric sign over the side¬ walk in front of his store nn Kai,road .-\ venue. .Miss Hannah Corneiius. CHshi^r at the Review otiice, is spending a .vifcks vacation with her .-^ister, -Mrs. Edwiird W. Lovescv, i'i New Haven, Conn. .Mr. and Mrs Scrtno G. Miller with their children, uf .New Bedford. Mass., and .Mrs. Sheeley, sunt "f .Mrs. .Miller, of Ithaca, .N. Y.. are spending a few weeks with Mr. am! .Mis. R. \. Miiler at Gleliwofi'.i cottage. Smith Stritt. .Mrs. E.-.L Seaman, .Mrs. K..\.Keycs and Miss .\. B. .Malone aie -tayiiig at the home ni .Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Dixnn. .Miss F. E. Miller c Piace is si>cndini; :i '« Elmira, N. V. .\nrth Bergen Week-' \ac.".- wanted to be sir frienils lici us a yi ' nay . tnc:nl former resident sitor at the Ke- last '.veek. and er'.'.l t'l his form- Fine Position for h Former Fr::ep('ri:; ':. .. *v . I'.Sill. ........ Eugeiic E. IiIcKiniey, of licK.i.h . .¦\venue, who hss offices in the Keaity Buiuiine, hHsl'.;fi aproji-t''^, •••ar-el to the New Haven Railroa'j '..'otripH trolley lines in this State. He wiii have charge of all '.itigntion "taking "^lii of t'ne Westchester Street Raiiroad Company and liie .New York tV: StHin- ford Kaiiway Company, including the accident cases, laiiJ damage suits and franchise matters bctsvecn the munici¬ palities and the troiley companies. The position is nne of the most im¬ portant connected with the legal de¬ piirtment of ihese large enterprises an ' invi ives much litigation of an tin- usja; nature for which .Mr. McKinley is especially titto.i because of his e.x- pt-rience in pre) aration and trial'fvtirk. He has had niU'jh -jxpei-ience in many cases hoth for plaintilTs aini defendants and i.s ab.e tu size up sujii litigation as weii as kn'j'vinu' now lo deliver the Value of a 'iiS''. I'erhaps the most notable acnif. I niiiii was in the .New York Cen'ral iictioiis growing out of the Brcnx I'ai* .vreck reputt'i K7 ,-, M. t artment stai.d ii,' :. r ti.' i'.- rights'.' Lalciy liuy have been havniL; a discupsiuii over ai'i aratus. to Kivorhcifi. the Village Bohrj at i:r-'. iiaving :¦- fused nermissiiiii. an.i the ,'State iaw very plainly says the Five '."ouncii i as complete authur.ty over ai'iiarattis anJ not the Village ilin.ril. .Nci>- thiy cuniiilnin of pec; Ic rur iiing over tire hose, v.here the penal code makes il a misdemeanor to inttrfete with fin' tightiiiir, and still they have made :.n arrests. In Fieeport in .March ti a man run i-iver tire hose and was tint d .•>"i and released, in les^ tlum twtt ty four hours. " .. .-\ special meeting of the Fire C cil will lie held at the* ngine hi .Monday evening, when all numbers urged to attend. followi tilfs. Whii til juries were found, am for his recnverv. hope A branch of th'j United Ci -t-.iM'S I U'l lilt nue, opp',site tiie li'ii ot, by (ieorge ,-i:. V';r. .Mr. Silver hf.s been a resitltnt of Fr. f;port for si-v.-rul year.-' und h:i^ been .vith the Uiii'.'.i'l (.'igar Si'in • •• i 1 , . l.y i;- uiing fuiii. icrioririi 1 'hfiril s .\. 1 1 to the ' 'i^l-''. '¦, i ;¦'. .- |.re- .urchiise H suitable hit" rector. Kev. Ciiilman H. Fred- ,J- ',.-1 ( ing a', Citv. fl months. ceived a ITl in.-*'I'e! "Mi Mion j'-riii'-i'i'tii, v,li'i ha-; b',' i i -. i,> - ill! Hotel I-]lneron, .'\tliiiitic " his health, the past two ¦ :. ' :-'.'!v recovered anil n - ji'iiti'.M as end m<iii in the sh.'iw now perforniiiig on tlie l.i'illar Pier," ' church v,'!i 'omplet' ! ¦;i:l. Tli ¦ 1 1.'; •' -1. ::i lililely. ly I'he nnv ¦i 1.1^1- eh Fll th.'i' H' ' : '¦¦ ¦-.1 e 1 -vi.. 1 ' .. . .' IS t : li-i-'i'v -.'11 inp- '.'cr'. ... ... ... llie L"'.;iie hild iUst ¦ nf his lieiith Ih i 1' a'M lur ST'i'm n 'ii-un v.'ork im¬ th- ni-ii-iivi-isary I'v.'i;.. MlKSBYlEUiAN .JiUKt:i I'lie tirst nf a numlier uf evening ser- miins to young jieople will be given by .''.I., :!i>, the races scheduled for Sun Jay, .'viigust 30, at Kegel's Bathiii,;.' Paviii'in will be a race for 220 yards. The pi.; tii.'iiiants in this race will lie the pastor on next Sunday evening, required to be fully clothed.shoes. etc. The topjc vvill he: "Christian Life .An There wi-re twelve entrants in the Adventure." .All are invited. above race last Sunday, which caused j quite some amusement. The winner i At the .Methodist Church next Sun of the tub race was .lames Smith, jr., ¦ 'I'-iy morning Dr. Curtice will speak on "The Comfort of God." At the even¬ ing service the sermon theme will be .'Vn illustrated travelogue, "From " Why They Called Him the Atlantic to the Rockies via Motor-1,Ju.st Man." cycle," detailing experiences at Niag- ^ ara Falls, at the Grand Canyon, and on , NEUTRALITY DAY nlain and desert, in both still views j President Wilson recently and motion pictures, will be given nt ' appeal to the .American people to jire Miss Child's Condition i'lienli' ami ;i'(luiiiiitaiii-ts ni' .Miss Helen C.iiM, the trained .Neighiinrhooii Worker, wlio became endeared to Fr'.^eporteis because of effectual charity J work last winter, will lei^ii with re¬ gret that the injuries she su-tained when she '.'.as run dnwn by an aui 'ino- hile^^early this sonimer have been i.ere serioua thun '.v»s at first ~i-: - -el. Sh..' has been uniiei- tl'.c c;,; cians since the occui ler.c. .'Vn .X-ray examinat Kill .i.i , ; :. a''go iliscloseii a shattered shout.ler iione which has caused hs-i' iiiiich pain and '.vill delay her return ti Fr.'cpirr for probably several weeks. She is ex pected to return during September, however. .Nas-au Pin-it. Held for Jewel Robbery of Freeport. Special This Week ITi'l roll 2-incb tJhicken Wire reg. price cut price ipe through jiress, pulpit an .lustice of the Peace ('onidor .Norton held court at .Mineola Monday, anil .Ar¬ thur Coyne of Manhattan was ar¬ raigned charged with burglary in the Iirst degree. He waiveil examination (Jood and ^nd was held for the Grand ,lury. The charge was preferred by his sister-in- law, Mrs. Thomas Coyne of Freeport, who claimed that he disappeared '.vith :„ .,, A „., $8(IU worth of diamonds from her home affaii is.-iueu an i , .. , . , , . ^. .. - ,. • , . , while she was in bathing. Coyne was their triends art invited. During Lahor Day week, and until ecial music will be Wednesday and Satur platform the 1 tiounty Detective Phineas A. Seaman, evenings only The sum to tne tire department for band for th i.:;iiual inspection of the depfirtnient n'l Labor Day. The following aiiplications -.vere .ijii.nt'jd; Light, (.', Herbert Kerr. Sjinrtsmans Avenue; James J, Sh lin. .-^t. .Marks .-Vvenue East Seaman Avenue Koih, St. Marks .-Vvenue; Fied Verity, EiLst Snnth Sireet; .-VIbert IL Hoeek¬ ley, .Atlantic .Avenue. Water. Henry Ashdown. Raynor Avenue; L. I. Build- er.s C'l.. (.''ilumbus Avenue ; L. 1. B'.iiii'- ers Co., Hillsi'ie .-XvenUB;'laniC^ 1':,rn- jiion, liailroad Avenu-j; L. H. llcts Cotiipany, Wooilbine Street; L, I. Builders Co., East -Avenue; 11. .M. .Narwood. West .Merrick Roa'i; Fran ce.-. .M. Smith, Elliott Piacu; Klchi.nl Heiinenlottei-, South .Main Street. Siiie'.vill-s, <'. H. Frederick, .Hillside Ro S. S. Y. C. Notes The annual masquerade of the t .uli will be held at the Club House on Fri¬ day evening, .August 2<S. The Club House vvill be ajiiiropriately decoriiter.] for the occasion and a surprise is in store for all whn attend There will be line prizes awarded for the best fancy cootume fnr ladies and gentle¬ men, also fnr the mo.st ntiginal. and competent judges will render unbiased decisions as to the outcome. With'ut douht the masquerade will be the iirettiest and most successful f the vear. All members and Postal cards are received I'rom Kay¬ mond .]. .Milltr Ki-.J Ernest S. Kandail. One from .Mr. Randall is dated .Au¬ gust 17. and says: "We are taking f .'?2i)l) was ordered paid part in the official opening of the Paii- partment for band for the ama Canal. Col. Goethids is th..- Imst. ^llip ama Canal cnnductiii'-; th th.rnugh. Wc be h"re, aii'l iicht." is the ncenn fertur,; A meeting ol the Field Day Commit- n which he is tee wns held at the engine house .Mi i.- to have made over SBn.Ono day evening, with iirngiess re|iorti.l g tl.e '.ei.hct? given for plain- by all the committees. The commit¬ tee experiencing, most difficulty is tlie prize committee, up fo date only four prizes having been received, no cui'> being aniong theni. The program comniittee reported advertisi'mciit- were coming in nicely, the moving picture committee that ticket> iviie selling well, and another -uccesfiil liii;, is looked fur. im[ioitanl wuik he will be CM,led to do in his new position is of an exacting nature his ability to lake on work sucjessfuUy w'll still leave him amii'.e time tn continue his virivale practice and he will retain his lucra¬ tive clientele liei'e. .Mr. .Mc Kinley is stil. a young man and has won his way as a successful at- ¦'1. 'v by hard and ¦: 'istant e"'"rt. iiis w'l le ,ife iias lucB a su c-ssio i ^'^K^I'^ILiKid Carson's Shows Visit Freeport - .1 .'la;- '.',''as''n'l'ig iia'.' for the I'liild- ren land otiiersi in Fieepnrt, fnr Kit Cai'son'.- Wild West Shows, posters of which occupied every available space for miles around, arrived al three ./clock in the morning, to give twn iitrformances. afternoon an'i evening The sireet i arade. at 10:3ii, was nne trii:in|ins, si Iirl tn a-iiain ve 1 -.1 ^(Mir an.l Int ha r"-ll e ver. i.ilh av- .V11 n mis, Kiea The and rom liV the Crystal Theatre on Monday even I serve a genuine neutralitv toward all i ^''f « r'-' """.'"" w sl^T \ r„tT"^ t ing. August 3L by Miss Cy Woodman, ' parties now engaged in the awful ! When Mrs.Cnyne returrjed to the house ' further notice s^ the woman who made the trip. 'European conflict. He a.sked that^,h- ""^f'' the jewels and notihed furnished for Wei if the largest ever seen hrr,', > iv: its nurneroui viders. nra! tht' e li besides a steam caliotie. gave n'i li what the show might be like. ! arade had a sliow vi ciesniuss neatness whicii is often missing lhe circus iiariide, anil was in a U Miss .Armstrong, lady bugler. The large tent, which seats aliout liiOo. was tiartly filled for the after¬ noon perforniance, and in.thu evening it was e^itinialcd that about SOin.i were present. All roads lead tn the circus grounds from sunset til! long after linu- for the show to begin, and those who attended say the show vvas one of the best ever given in th's section. The trains and trolleys brought crowds from neigh¬ boring villages. The show is primarily a wild west show, with enough circus features in¬ troduced to break the monotony, and the riders with it were some of the best that ever rode a horse. Included in the program were the Flying De To '.,1.1 an '.(1,. a I'll, ,. ¦ V. 1 1-. : anil earned iniine\- to rn thr 'Ugh high sciioo! >,nd college. He taught s.'hool for ten years iis a n.ea'is nfgi'tttng fund-- .'nr Ilis law cnurse. jie adviiiiced in tiiose tell yeais ironi a disnict ii'h 1"! leiicl-.er at ^i^.-•ce'l years if aje l'l the sciioo! siiperiiiteii'ii'iicy of I'".'- purt where there is a system ni" teHch-Ts Iimi fmii i ui'iliiies- He grailuiit'-il l'l na: i' .riiel. i sity 111 the class "i i ^ '3. cnmjili four year ciiursi' ir. ti.ree yeais ',vas admitted to practice t.-.veiity agn in Syracii-c aii'l has been ad to practice m three States. F Gei rgia and Neiv Ymk. He came to this viicige le., '.lais age as nne nf the attiirneys for tiie New Vnrk Cily tmlle"'' systems and its sulisidary 'ims in this I'ounty, which included the Union Railway Company, Yonkers llailway Company, Westhcestei Electric Railway Com- Pjiny and the old Tarrytown, White Pliihis .."i .Mamarnneck Trolu-v Coin¬ pany. Six yt ars ago he started ]irivate practice here in ;iai tiiurs.iiji withCres- cens Huiibard hnii in .May of la.-i year that partnership was mutually dis¬ solved, but b'lth partneri. continued their separat'j prnfeseion in the -anie offices in the Really Building. .Mr. .McKinley has one of thft pret¬ tiest homes in DeKalb Avenue as a WHY NDT PAINT ()i'k inDRANTS WIHTK.' Willi a le.Ki,iier of tne lite liyilrae;- ill the village needing puint, it ha- hei 11 sugs;-e"ti'ii at various tinu .- Inal ev. ry line of tiieiii in the village shmiai 111' painted white. On a dark iiit'hi. while woiild .Jhnw Ull uiuch hetler. and even tliough liydraiiu ,, hulls'.., ill I- them. U 111 ami fnund si th. r.-la:i,| ¦:- le mea kni.w whei.' :!,.¦ when lliey leave lin- -"inctiini .- a joii In 'ial iieen irii'd ill' Ihe W i -t 'e.-stul. F'reeiinrt li lei- MiM' 1. ¦' 11 Ilo I'ears It ted rida. ' il.'., . Il.i i; - 1 The in^iructiir fror tional .M itnr i iitn)iany vvotk Hul left town. the fnlliuvi'iir I'ei'ntnnie 1- 1 1 1 llH~ am ii'ial iUCK 1 he Intiii linished i has ma mils rcgat I nf n. in llic tin ilesii;i:alli;li ot tlic liieil tn i Ul the apariiln-. Witii 'he appin Chief I.iiuiiam. F'lr. i'ihm Sni lUk' designati'd tin- men in llie e\iiei he recoiiimendeil. One nf Ihese and no nthera, in nrder, will run il apparatus, unless in their abseiu aiiutlier is designated by the nlllct charge. 'They are : Nl'. 1, Clarence .M. VaiiUiper .No. 2, Wliliam Kaynor .No. 3. Howard E. Pear.-,tll .No. 4. Smith F. Pearsall .No. 6. Stephen W. Hunt .Nn. i;, Frank S. Snedeker. ji. N". 7. .Arthur VV. Friend ril of fairness be stimulated. All : ^"«'"8" "O^ified the Manhattan police On Labnr Day there will be the us- di„n Chief whose likeness appears on Plains'Business and Prof, and they made a search of the home of ual inntnrbnat races, water sports, et Comas, trapeze artists, formerly with residence nnd has other buildings here the Barnum and Bailey show ; the In- besides. He is seer, ary to the While li .Men's ,|2..''i(» $3.no :?;i.Bii 4 ft. wirie $3.01) 5 ft. wide $3.8."i 1 ft. 'Wide .'i;4.Bd O-Cedar Mops, 6*Jc (Jarden Hose, 9e ft. Da Silva Main St, next to P, O. Merrick Hoad Advartlsement. good citizens will certainlv realize the ,ir . -r . i . . importance of complying with this i ^0^^ "" West Twenty-secmd street, earnest, manly, human appeal. Desir i ADVANCE PRICE OF ADMISSION AT THE PLAZA IS ON WEDNES DAYS ONLY. Advartlaement. Free school outlit given away free with every pair of school shoes at .lacobsnn's shoe Store, 81 South Main Street. Freeport, L. 1. Advertiaement Burrneco Print Butter, deliciom fla- ,or. best on earth. G. W. Raynor. Advertisement Try ray special box of cut flowers, li,c. for the weekend. C. R. Ankers, florist. Rockville Centre, L. I. Tele¬ phone connection; delivery anywhere. Advertisement. Half holiday during Summer. I beg to advise my customers that during the months of July. August and Sep¬ tember my feed store will be closed at 1 o'clock .Saturtlays. 'J. M. Hewlett. Advertisement inj. to do our part, however small it may be, we have tlecided to make the matter of America's res| onsibility in upholding Christian civilization, the subject of a special sermon at the Presbyterian Church. On next Sunilay morning our topic will he "Shall ,'hris- tian ('ivilization Break Down'.'" We invite all patriotic, peace loving citi¬ zens who do not have church ties else¬ where to attend. Rev. ,J. Sidnev Gould. but could find no jewels. They did, however, find some pawn tickets,which led to the recovery of the diamonds.— Eagle. Mrs. Van Nostrand Gets Decree the U. S. nickels at the present time; .Association, holding (hal 'ilio'e si and who is yB years old; the Walton its organization, au'l i- a member troupe of statuary artists and acrobats ; White Plains Lodge, .Nn. .')3n, B. P Chi'efuiness counts in the drug busi¬ ness. Smith & Bedell exert the aame care in selecting drug sundries as they do in buying drugs. It will pay you to see their stock before buying any¬ thing in the line of toilet goods. Coming Events Wednesday, Thursday, Friday August 26. 27, 2^ .Moving picture show f Freeport Fire l)e)it. Tuesday, September 1 Moonlight sail to Long Beach by Ep¬ worth League of Freeport .M. E. Church. Monday, September 7 Annual State Session of the U. A. M. Annual parade, inspection and field day of the Fire Department. Tuesday, September 22 Opening of iVIineola Fair. Unclaimed Letters (Fre«port Pott Offict 1 Unclaimed letters for tbe following the Freepori Poat Supreme Court .lustice Morcbauser on Monday signetl an interlocutory de¬ cree in the action for divorce Iirought by Lila Van Nostrand against Walter Van Nostrand. In three months an absolute divorce will be given find she wili resume her maiden name. .Ali¬ mony of .?10 a Week is also given. Th« marital troubles of the VanNos- chauffeur on one of the machines was trands came to public attention bv the , ,^ . , arrested, cha-ged with failing to have reparation of the couple while living cowboy who ropes six horses at one a license to run a car. at ratchogue nearly a year ago. Mrs. .'_'"?,« .T'^,,^l"J''';.:,,"'i,.T.'''..f""!!."'Z Van .Nostranti will reside in Free- port.— Times. Woman Hurt in Auto Crash 'Iwo automobiles collided .'Vlonday night on Hoff'man Houlevard, near Letferts .Avenue, ,lamaicB. As a re¬ sult, a woman was injured anil the .'Vliss Harris and her high school hrrse. Homer, who dances and cakewalks, also Nellie Blythe, another high school horse, ridden by .Mr. Harris; a troupe of Russian Cossacks, under Prince Jamie, who do some riding unlike that of our cowboys. These Cossacks wanted to return to Russia at the open¬ ing of hostilities with Germary but were persuaded by Wiedemann l-iroth- ers, owners of the circus, to remain for another six months; 35 genuine Sioux Indians ; "Colorado Cotton" the The automobile owned by David Brown of Park Avenue, EnglewooJ, benefit ^' ''" KO'nK west, operated by David ' Rubing of the same address, collided with an automobile owned and operated by Nicholas Cunningham, of Free- port. .Mrs. Kate Moskowitz, 40 years old, of lii7 Union Street, Englewood, who was in the Brown machine, was thrown out to the roadway by the force 0 ] of the impact. She sustained a lacer- Camer on's Bond Reduced with the Buffalo Bill show, and made a big hit with his Freeport audience. The whole jirogram concluded with the battle of Wounded Knee, which is re¬ alistically portrayed by the Sioux In¬ dians and cowboys. An idea of the size of the show may be had from the fact that 20 cars are required to carry the property from For the purpose of testing the lega ity of the proceedings before Justice one village to another. .All the if the Peace Corodon Norton in the plies necessary are nurchised ation of the forehead, and after she c»»*^ against William W, Cameron, town where the show is iilaying, had been attended by an ambulance surgeon from St. Mary's Hospital, slie was able to proceetl home. Rubin was arrested for operating a machine witliout a chauffeur's license and was arraigned Tuesday in the Ja¬ maica police court.—Eagle. are advertised Office: Brodhead. .Mrs. E. .M. Cummer. .Mr. Advertlnement i ('ohn. Miss I'... i Doty. Daniel "Nt tun'j's Daughter",in which thei Dihrburg, Arnold admiriiole feature is Annette Keller- , Horton, Howard 'tniih'n, i» known throughout the world! Hall. Mrs. K. as nne of the greateat diving and, Neeiey, .Mrs. Harry swimming e.xperts. The scene show-j Jennings, .Mr. A ing Mias Kellermann hurled from a' Mead, Mrs. A. t'i5-foot cliff into the water, bound | Worthinglon, Mrs. H. hand and foot, is one of the stii ring •nes with which this photo play abounds. At the Plaza, Wednesday, Sejitember 2. .Matinee admission, children, in cents; adults, Ii'i cents; eveiung admissinn. children l,''! cents ; adaltti, 25 cent>. Adverfemnent. Robt. August 24. 1914. G. .Anderson, P. M. Tournament at Riverhead WAR Away, away, O soul so dire That feeds on carnage blood and tire. And noisy cannons sounding o'er Fair dwellings that will nevermore Give shine unto the light of day When warlike weapons on them play. E'er bearing death, destruction all. And draping sorrow in a pall Of sombre hues that ever tell Where happy hearts no longer dwell. While demons ot the war around Rejoice to hear the booming sound. What can repay the sorrow brought By cruel conflicts that are wrought'.' The wailing cries of widowed wives And orphans with red weeping eyes Are much too sad to contemplate. Though honor is the thing at stake the and who was charged with a serious offense j on Saturday 24t; people were fed in by a young girl, he was surrendered to ' the "mess tent" The average daily ! Sheriff Pettit last week. expenses are close to .'L'ioo. 22(i j The petition for the writ was signed horses are with the show. by Cameron in the Nassau Couniy .Jail, The show winters on a oou acre' and an atiplication was made Injustice Buffalo ranch in Oklahoma. This is Morcbauser for the issuance of the its first trip east, but the management - habeas corpus, returning Cameron expects to mak«> regular tours, includ- ; forthwith to the court on its service ing Long Island, in the future. upon the Sheriff. The District .Attor- , Elks, White Plains Ludge, F. and A. M., Tabernacle Chapter. R. A. .M., CrUHsder Cemmandery. Knights Tem¬ plar; Fellowcraft Cluh a:il ih Plains (_'lub. Mrs. Halliday Receives Alimony .Mis. V.\'H E. Haliiiiay was nn Wednesdav awarded .-rli a ween alimony and ?25 counsel fee pending her suit for separation, liy Siipre.r.e Court Justice Van Siclen. The Hallidays lived in Freepnrt and in her comiilaint. .Mrs. Halliday charged her husband, John W, with smashing the automobile of a boarder, Julius Vollmer. whom he ac¬ cused of breaking up his home. Fourteen Years Ago st fri.ni Ilie Kl tiii- leen notified of the /., That rulers make o'er simile things The twentv-ninth annua! tournament Th»t pay not for the woe it bring-, of the Sulfolk Countv Volunteer Fire- lhe devastation it creates. To clow^earlT durine Summer I •n*'"'-'* Association will be held at the Though recompense be ever great. DJrL^'rf^'Ss o folv Augoit Fair Gro.nds, Riverhead, on Wednes- Alas, alas that ,uch should be. irS umber my feed ;o^^ 2. Th- parade will . The reaso, why I cannot see^ arid beptenilier my .tore close , ^^^^^ ^/j, .g^ j„ j^^ morning and the 0 Peace, sweet P«ace, pray hover o'er, tournament contests will b« held ia tbe i And equanimity restore. ney had already application. ¦The contention of the defendant through his attorney, ex Judge Elvin N. Edwards,that the testimony offered b_ Justice of the Peace, upon which the defendant was held, if taken as alisn- liite truth, was not sufficient to con-ti- tute the crime charged. The writ was dismissed by Justice .Morcbauser and the following day a new application was made before the Justice to have Cameron admitted to Imil. District Attorney Lewis J. Smith appeared for the people. Bail was re¬ duced from .1300(1 to $2000, and was furnished by tiie defendant's wife. .Al- freda, and his niece, Soptwa Biinn. "Neptune". Daughter." ont ofthe Obituary MRS. MARGARET WILHELMl .Mrs. .Margaret Wilhelmi, wife of the people^on the hearing before Charles Wilhelmi. and mother of Mrs. Charles B, .Malloy of this village, died at the Bushwick Hnspltal last Friday after an illness nf about two months. She was fifty-one years of age and a native of Ausiria, but bad lived in the Bushwick section for many years. k Saturdays. Harold E. 'Williams. Adverkksoiseat aftemcMi b«gia»i»( at 1 >•• |l. I. A. m. WILBUR CONKLIN Wilbur, fourteen year old son nf .Vr. and .Mrs. ('hnrles Conklin. died at his home Saturddy night after a lingering illness. He was an attendant at the Seaman Avenue School and was an ac¬ tive -Tiember of the Methf'.list Episco¬ pal Sunday .~ :!-.ool. The funeral ser¬ vices were held Tuesday afternoon at most successful motion pictures fea- the home nf his parents. Rev. Saul O. tures ever nroduced in New York. Curtice, pastor of the .VI. E. "hurcfi, cemeg to the Plaaa, Wednesday. Sen- officiating. Interment was in Green- tewber 2; matinee and evening i field Cemetery; ( AdTertlsemrat director .Albert Stacy, member 13th Regi¬ ment, narrowly escape'l drowning at Woodcleft. Charity euchre for benefit of Nassau Hospital at Grove Park Hntel, netted about $2(i'i. Smith Cox elected Republichn Dis trict Committeeman, 14<i vote'- against George Wallace, 108 votes. WAR \Var with its life and death struggle, (."alamity and grief in its wake; Spurre'l mi by madness uncontrolled. With Its hundreds of iives at stake. .'ind the world i.s rent asunder. With it.* vast din- horrors of war, .Ab through the storm of shot and shell. The standard of fate man bore. At each fierce charge the rankp thin out. .And man forgets there is a (iod : There is no victory but death, And ri.an linds resi beneath the snd. The hurvest is >i'.'etile«s sorrow. With misery, iisiress and jiain. Bo' hone looks for a victory. (If universal peace again. Kufer* T" i» Annual Outing of Freeport Civil War Veterans of Signalizing his natal day Commiinii- O. er William fi. Patterson, familiarly known far and near as "Billy" Palter- siin, lasl Wednesday tendered his an¬ nual free beach party to F'nint In. 1 White out. This the generous head of I'ree¬ port D. B. P. .Mott Post .No. .'i27, I. .A. R., has undertaken for a nunilni . I years past, utilizing his two coinniniii iiUH oyster boats in which to transpnil the host who materialize for the i x cuisions. .Members of the Post, mem bers of the Woman's Relief Cnri'-. m 'I frieniN aiiil relatives nf rneel,,-- the orgatii;:aIii n. Last 'Ateel: al! hands had a Very pleas¬ ant and meinorable day at the bi ach, the weather being conl on ihe wuter and at the jioiiiilar seaside resort, while inland was registered the hottest day 1)1 the summer. At the beach, while the ever bnuntifill supply of eat¬ ables upon the long table was wither¬ ing under the touch of keen appetites, the ciimmander was presented by the good '.M men of the Kehef C'nrps with nunieriius tokens 'if renn-mbrhnce nnd thanksgiving, chief among them being a handsome silver mounted set "f liruBhes. i'hen all piiM'iit cheered In the echn tiieir chief as lie eiitleda brief speech nf ti,anks, his voice tillcil with emotion. .Many were there from Bald¬ win, Knnsevelt, Freeport and Bellmore ami the cr'.wd of youni,' and old r.- turni'l smiling hh'I sunl.uiti.-d to Fn i'¬ porl at '1 p. ni. view ti! k I WeeklyWeatherReport (Fill- 111 other In.-aliti 21 (Jlear and wat m. in afternomi. ir, \(. urn., fine dav al I III innrn- in afler- and breezy. fine clear .A. Fulton, funeral Inirienook I.,odg«, riewstead. .S. 1-; 'da.\ .Aut'U thumier shower Saturday ( ter thi rain. Sumiay ''Iear and v,«rm mg ; cniiii : ai.il very '.vinii; noon. Monday--Clear, warn Tuesday —Much coole day. Wednesday—Same as Tuekday, Thursday—Slighll\ w«i;rier, fine clear day. "Neiitune's Daughter" was filmed on the shores of Bermuda.an ideal sfiot for the locale nf a mn ,ing picture play because of its wondrous flowers and pitturtKijue scenery. The services of two hundred actors were required in thin picture. To be sb'.wri at tbe I'laza, vVeUnesday, Septciiiln r 2. A4va mat^easmoBsm
|Title||Nassau County Review 19140828|
|Title||Nassau County Review 19140828|
Nassau County Review
Official Paper of .Nassau County
FREEPORT, .\. Y., FRID.AV, AUGUST 28. 1^14
\i.\. No. .^.^
News of the Churches In the Fraternal Orders Village Trustees Social a:i Personal
HIGHWATKI: IIDK T.AHLt:
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5.18 p. m.
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and othfrr doinitt .n llie churcli«« nnd ch'jr 'n ..ocietirit
Harold IJedell is aniounced to lead t.iir: hpworth Lfn'-l'-ie "-''• •¦tin;.'' .-Sunday night in the .M. E. Church; tojiic, ''An Evening with Cbftrlts-Wesley and Iii-i l!-,'mn.s."
Doinii in 111.: »»ciel (mtirnal oriiiinizotions ot Frv*port and vicinity.
Freepirt Lodge ,So. tiOti, I. U. <). E., and .Mystic Rebekah Lodge will re¬ move on S'nteniber 1 to .Vi-'.'hanici' H«!i o(. nhiliomi .\vcnue.
Last .'•'riilhy evening the ilegrees of Virtue and Liiierty were confei red up- , ordered paid
The adji.urned meeting o:' ',.nc Vii lage fJoi.rd WH3 held at the Viliaije of- tiiie Friday afternoon, with i'resident Lamb and Trustees Bedeli an-.i Raynor present.
The note of the Freet'Oi l Kani-; against the Village of Fr•¦^¦' rt I'-jr .*5iiOii, with interest at •¦?."i3.3 i. '.va-^
Mcinly About Cu
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Mi?s Ethei Minor of ths Coliinil'in Brass Foundry office statT. is <;jeiviin a '.-.-et'rL's vacation ht F'c.icr'^'ici j'sie -N. V.
I First Chuich oT Chri't, M'ienliist.— j .Services Sunday in iriiing at 11 o'clock ; Sunday School name hour; Wedne.-*day
j evening te^tirri'inial rrieetint; at 8
.-jni^ie copies of the Ivcvii'W for sale ; o'clock ; llrmiistead Hank Building; •I Greenbiatfs and Braithwaite's, | subject ne.M .^unday, .^Uk'u.st 30,
Raiiioad Avenue; Kiefer's, .Nassau (Coun'y Uevii',v. DiiSilva's and Go- betij's-, .Main Street; DaSilva's, West Mei-rick Koad. tf-
S.H. Wetnnoreof '2H2 Locust Avenue has moved to Baldwin.
Srhotil will reopen on Tuesday, Sen- temtir-r -, sfter tne summer vacatirili.
i;ie Litt'i'; Shop, vulcanizing a spy cialty, i'< now located at 44 W. Mei¬ rick K'lfau. l-'ri-efiort. Sen ailv. in thi-
¦ "Ciirii-t .lesus.''
Tne Saliliath eviiung services in the Fresliyterian Chaiiei at Roosevelt on
jthe UHliyion Turnpilce, will be resumed on Sabbath evening, Seiitembcr 6. Servii'es at 7:4-') [i. m., conducted by
iRiV. A. .1. Park. All in the neighbor¬ hood are c iiiiially invited to join in the ivurship.
.•\ libniiMiiii'.' mission cruciti.N, teen feet lillll, was ilnnated i Church if Our Holv Redeemer
four- 1 the IV E.
on tive chndidates by Freeiiort Coun¬ cil. .Jr. 0. U. .\. M. Thia Friday eve¬ ning the degree of Patriotism wiil be conferred upon the same candidates.
Edward lleiiiming, son of .Mr. and .Mrs William E. Hemming nf F.;iyn