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TH SIDE ESSENGER $1.00 Yearly^ Single Copy 5 CenU FREEPORT AND BELLMORE* N. Y.. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 13, 1914 Everv Wednesday Vol. 7, Number BeUmote The ]llee»enger also circulates in Fiweport. .Maybe you will want to briijr flom, sell to or exchange with the reatler there. Tr>' Ever>-body's Cohuan. Service* at tbe Church of the Re 'ioomot Sunday, the Second After Epi- plMBy, at 11 A. .M. and 8 P. M. Morn¬ ing Grayer and sermon and Evenmg Pni|er and sermon. Tbe Chii^rcb Seboel meets in tbe Parish Hotise each Sondiiy at 10 A. M. The Woman'a Anxiiiary meets every Thursday at 2.80 P. M. Boy Sceuts meet Thurs¬ day evei'iings at 7.S0. Choir practice Thac»d»ys at 8 P. M. The G. F. S. meets F^ridays at 3.80'and 7.30 P. M. Cdohing School meets this week on Satorday at 12 M. A cordisl invita¬ tion in extended to all to attend the services of this church and lend a hand In its commanity service. Tbe Post Office is sgsin at its old stand. Progress has been made suffi¬ cient in restoring the recently burned building to house the office and in a feW days Mr. Zeiner will be thorough¬ ly established in bosiness again. Mrs. R. Narwood and Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Narwood are anticipating leav¬ ing Merrick shortly te spend tbe re¬ mainder of the winter at St. Augus- "ttine, Fla. The Men's Club basketball team was defeated by Amityville in the Parish House on Wednesday night last by a score of 26-<t8. It was a rough game. Tbe fast work of Merrick in the second half IS seen in the fact that at the close of the second half the score was 10-20 against tbem. No game is ached nied for this week, bat the boys will meet for practice tonight, Wednesday. Wantagh The Mei^enger also circulates in Freeport. Maybe you will wrint to 'ouy from, sell to or exchange with the reader there. Try Everybody's Column. Single copies of tbe Messenger can be had from Hyman Warhit newsdealer, and at Wolfe's drug store. tr The Messenger also circulates in Freeport. Maybe you will want to buy from, sell to or exchange with the reader there. .Try Everybody's Column. The AlUr Society of St. Barnabas' Catholio Church will bold a euchre and reception at Firemen's Hall, on Thursday, February 11. Jerome Messina has moved bis bar¬ ber shop from Firemen's Hall to Sam¬ uel Self's store on Grand Avenue. He also has a pool parlor. His family also moved there last weak from John J. Bedell's house on Bedford Avenue and are occupying the rooms over the barber shop. i I Clair Bartholomew arrived at Port j Orange, Florida, last Wednesday. He I spent three days at Jacksonville. i The Ladies' Aid Society of the M. ' E. Church held a pleasant meeting with Mrs. Theodore J. Wells last Thursday afternoon at Wantagh. The committee in charge of the an- i nual ball of the Third Election District Republican Association, which will take place at Firemen's Hall on Wed¬ nesday evening, January 27, will spare ' no pains to make this event an enjoy- | able one. Joseph H. Weimer's or- ichestra wili furnish the music for' Saturday afternoon ¦ dancing. Tickets, admitting lady and House from 2 till 4. Tbe annual meeting of the Hook, Ladder and Engine Co. was held Janu¬ ary 7 in Firemen's Hall. Tbe follow¬ ing efHcers were elected for the com¬ ing year: Cbtaf, William H. Valen¬ tine; foreman, hook and Ladder Co., Georg^'A. Seaman; assistant, Edwin R. Wendler; foreman Hese and En¬ gine Go , Grover C. Siems; assistant, Elliott Van Nostrand; engineer, WaU ter Asldown; first assistant, W. Har old Van Tuyl: second assistant, James M. Seaman, jr.; treasorer, William F. Dean; financial secretary, James M. Seaman, jr.; recording secretary, Grover Siems; trustee for 8 years, John T. Cowles; trustee for 1 year, George E. Box; chaplain, Rev. Thomas S. Braithwaite; sergeant-at-Arms, James M. Lawrence. A meeting ot the Auxiliary League was held in the Parish House on Tues¬ day night. Mrs. Frank C. Young entertained the members of the Kings Daughters Society on Tuesday afternoon. A home-made cake and candy sale will be held under the auspices of the Christian Endeavor Society on next n the Parish Come out and . SmithviUe South On Thursday evening. January 7, at Fire Headqaart>>rB. the annual election of officers of the Smithville South Hook, Ladder and Engine Co., for the ensuing year was held. They are: Foreman, S. B. Clukies; first assist¬ ant, L. Adell; second assistant, F. Diehm; financial secretary, L. Stein- er; recording secretary, W. K. Ten- ney; treasurer, Fred Koenig; trustees, John Koenig, T. J. Thornten, F. L. Hack, A. Calcagnino a:id J. Odell. Tbe next regular meeting will be held January 21, at tbe Fire Hall. Merrick's Water Supply (From Nassau County Review) Last week, the Review representa¬ tive, throogh tbe courtesy of A. S. [ Malcomson of Freeport, manager of; the Hempstead and Oyster Bay Water Company, inspected the plant of that < Company, located on Kirk wood Ave- i Rockviile Centre A meeting of Kockville "'antre Coun¬ cil. No. HO. Jr. O. U. A. M., will he held on Thursday evening. Freeport At a meeting of Charter Oak Coun* cii. No. 1415, Royal Arcanum, held on Thursday evening last, tbe initiatory degree was conferred upon Alexander Afrecan. Single copi«i» of Uie Messenger can b«> -vcure.: at tireenblati's or Braith- v/aite's n<iv8 stores on RailiMad Ave., or Michii ..'. n, .Su-eet, Freeport. L. I. tf William K. Crevoisernt exhibited three single comb Buff Leghorns at tbe recent Springfield. Mass , poultry - show. He wss awarded first prise Mr. and Mrs. c. A. Emise of Cleve- i *=°*''*' ^"j ""'^ •"O"'' P"" »»«": •'"« land, Ohio, and J. P. Winterson. of f.*?»P«.*'"^ ~'*"'"P«'='"'" "" "»¦'« ¦•"I tbe same city, are guests of Mrs. Rob- '•''ewise on femsle ert Duncan West, of Hempstead ave- _ nue. The Freeport Presbyterian Yo^g People's Society of Christian Endeav A dance will be held in Parish Hall' or will hold a home-made cake, candy this Wednesday evening under the aus- and bread sale Saturday, January 80. pices of the Greek Letter Social of the Church of the Ascension. Club in the Sunday School roonn of the First Presbyterian Church. All are cordial¬ ly invited to help the young people by attending this ssle and purchasing their goods. At the annual meeting of the Wo¬ men's Auxiliary of the Rockviile Cen¬ tre Club, the following officers were' . „ , „,7i ].~, ... J. Huyler Ellison of this village is planning a tour to the Pacific Coast in connection with the Elks' Grand Lodge Session at Los Angeles, the ex¬ position at San Diego and the Panama Pacific Exposition at San Francisco. door, is located a small box similar to j tbe Ladies' Aid Society of St. Mark's jJ^J* AMiTstV*''^ ^' ^^^^' ^'^'^'" ''"'^ nue, Merrick, and were impressed that i elected for the ensuing year: Presi-! for a village of its population, Merrick i dent, Mrs. Alfred L. Bowne; §ecre- ha» a right to boast of its water sup i tary, Mrs. Gustav Wuerst; Treasurer, ply. ' Mrs. Harry Reeve. We«flrst went to the fire house, on | Church Street, where, just inside the i Mrs. Earl J. Benn«>tt will entertain NEW FEATURES AT _ THE EDEN MUSEE i gYtow and appreciate One of the lirst phdes of amusement I ance each week. Admission 10 tbat is visited by the visitor to tbe j to all. city is the ever famous Eden .Musee on 28rd Street. New YorJc. This amusement house hss been in exist¬ ence for over thirty years and is aa popalar today as when it first opened its doors, owing to the management keeping up to date. The much talked gentleman are 25 cents each and csn j buy yoor cake and candy to; Sunday. be had from any of the members. „. .... . . ^ The teachers of the Memorial sun- ' Motion pictures at Firemen's fc all day School held a meeting at the P»r- this Friday night at the usual tine, sonage last Tuesday evening. Misl It is expected that Everything will be Stella G. Falir.g was elected pianist ready by tbat time so the company , and Miss Helen Jackson, assistant, can use the electric light for the pic Harry T. Braithwaite was elected sec- tores. Tbe firemen are giving a good retary. It was decided to observe Lin- the fine attend- coin Memorial Sunday in the school. cents The O. K. Bakery of Freeport has opened a branch store at Firemen's Hall, formerly occupied by Jerome Messina, the barber. Hatfield Smith will have charge of the new branch. a fire alarm box It is the duty of the first man resfionding to a fire alarm to break tbe glass in this box and pulM down tbe handle inside. From there we went to the plant to see what hap¬ pened when this is done. The plant, located on Kirkwood Ave¬ nue, has two tanks, one of 12,000 gal¬ lons capacity, for fire purposes only, and one of 1500 gallons, which is used for house supply under normal conditions. Connected to the outlet from tnis tank is a harmless looking instrument, looking more than any¬ thing else like a water meter witb wires running out of the top. Wfien the handle Is pulled at the fire house, the current, which is carried on regu lar wires of the Telephon*" Comoany, Alan D. Young and his aeughter, i except that the connection is direct Mrs. Curran, have been confined to their home with an attack of the grip. The Bellmore Yacht Club will hold The Victor Club basketball team played a team at St. George's Club, Hempstead, last Saturday night but were defeated. and not through the Central office, causes this machine to open a large valve leading to the water mains, and at the same time shuts off the passage of the water to and from the low pres¬ sure reservoir. In a verv short time, so we were informed, the pressure would incresse tn §0 pounds, and the \Vater in the mains would be backed of Chamber of Horrors is being added » dance at Firemen's Hall on Saturday ; to from time to time in accordance . evening, February 13. Mies Anna Grimm has been confined witb new inci ients that arise, the to her home for a week witb illness, j up by the 12;000 gallons in reserve in "Beheading in Morrocco." "Modes of, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Smith, who but returned lo school on Mon Jay. ! the large tank. A look at the guage Pooisbnient in Differefft Foreign Coun-1 were married on Monday evening of _ i showed the pressure rapidly climbing, tries" and other groups always bring last week, were given a reception at R..ii,r,nrl v-y4,t r-inh h<.M . i when tbe machine was operated from forth exclamations of surprise. Tbe; A, L. Brown's on Tuesday last. A „ * °*„f *'u,/!„„l!^^^ ««,« v--,.'u '' where we stood, and in less than one World in Wax exhibition is being en- ; large number of friends were present ^e^Jf^oyaoie supper on ^ew_^«ff_s | minute tbe pressure was at the prom- Thus at no matter what M. E. Church at ber residence, Lewis avenue, this Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Wilson Pearsall is visiting friends at Toms River. N. J. On Wednesdav evening next, ary 20th, Rockviile Centre Lodge, No. 279, I. O. O. F., will tender their many friends a pleasant entertain¬ ment. Smith & Bedell talk about prescrip¬ tions in their adv. this week. AavsrusMSMit H. W. Rockwell of White Janu- I who has conducted parties in > Plains, Enrope W. P. W. Haflf, Jr., has had his of fices 8l his coal depot on Morris ave nue made*considerably larger, and im- j men of Freeport to attend proved. for several years, and had some thrill¬ ing experiences in Belgium and France during the present war, will address the Men's League of the First Presby¬ terian Church this Friday evening, Jauuary 15, in the Chapel at 8:16. A cordial invitation is exteqjed .'to the The annual reception of nightly will be held in the the Rockviile Centre Club on evening, January 26th. i A masque ball will be given by tbe the Fort- | Good Government Club at Brooklyn parlors of ! Hall, on Lincoln's Birthday Eve, Feb- Tuesday i ruary 11; dancing from S:80 p. m. to j 4:30 a. m.; music by Prof. Pottei's orchestra. Trinity Lutheran Church was scarce¬ ly large enough to hold the vast con¬ gregation that desired admittance on Sunday evening when a farewell re¬ ception was tendered Rev. A. H Hoi- Eve at UltBch's Hotel. There were larged with new groups, tbe latest ad- iand all report having spent a pleasant ""^^ "' "¦"— - ""--^- -•¦"- """ I jaed amount .,.?...__ *.A_ '.-. :_ ..J „.,.„:„„ Mr. and Mrs. Smith are oc-^^ Pr^'ent and all expressed tbem-1_^ ^^ ,^,';^ , dition being fifteen tableaux in the Winter Garden depicting scenes of American history from the landing of ' tbe Pilgrims to tbe Spanish-Ameiican i War. 4 I Tbe wonderful Kinemacolor natural : colored moving picures are shown ev¬ ery hour, an entire change of progiam being presented at each exhibition. These subjects comprise comic, scenic ' and drcmatic subjects. The engagement of Ur. Dunninger, i tbe most clever magician seen in New ' York today, has an entire new change : of program. He appears every after¬ noon and evening. The one admission price entitles tbe visitor to all. County Association Committee Dinner The second annual dinner of the Road Maintenance Committee of the Nassau County Association will be. held next Monday evening at the ^iar- den Ci<y Hotel. ! At the dinner the various officials «.wi]l present reports and a brief survey will be given of tbe work accom- plisoed, and plans will be formulated for continuing the work. Experts in road building will be present as speakers and there will be prominent speakers present who will; contribute to the pleasure of the even ing, anjong them Peter Olney, brother '. of Richard Olney, former U. S. Secre-; tary of State. Mr. Allen, an engineer in the department of the Federal Gov-' ernment, and Prof. Blancbard. Profes- i sor of Highway Engiijeering atColum-1 bia University. ' Btr Assoeiation to Due At a meeting of tbe dinner commit-: tee of the Nassau County Bar Associ- j ation, beld at the Garden City Hotel I last Friday evening, it was decided to ' hold tbe annual dinner at tbe Garden : City Hotel on Saturday evening, Feb-1 ruary 18. i At tbe last dinner uf this .A.ssocia-1 tion tliere were present as guests, sev-1 eimi of the judges, .\ttomay General i Wiekersbam, Hon. Job Hedges and Hois. Latbrop Brown. ! This is one of tbe events of the Nas- \ «ao County Bar Association evening. copying their cottage in Don't forget the date of the ball to be given at Firemen's Hall, Saturday, February 20. Reserve tbe date and let the firemen entertain yon <m that night. Farmers' Institute A Farmers' Institute will be held at Mineola next Wednesday and Thurs¬ day, January 20-21, in the Court House. The program: Wednesday, 10 A. M.; Opening Remarks, Jared Van Wage- nen, jr., Lawyersville, Schoharie County. j Sjmp Things I Have Learned in i V^egetable Production, Walter B. Niss- ley. State School of Agriculture, Farmingdale. Some Essentials in Maintaining Fer- i tility, Mr. Van Wegenen 1:30 P. .M.—Question Box : The Potato Crop, Prof. Alva Agee, New Jersey College of Agriculture, New Brunswick, N. J. Diet and Hygiene, Mrs. Ida S. Har¬ rington, State Department of Agricul¬ ture, Albany. this village selves as delighted with the banquet. Mrs. Henry L. Seaman entertained her father, Mr. Keenbolts, of Nyack, N. Y., over Sunday. 'Regular services in the Mefnorial Church next Sunday morning and ev¬ ening with preaching by the pastor. Rev. Thomas S. Braithwaite. Snnday School in the Parish House at 2:30. Christian Endeavor Society meets weekly in the church on Friday night Et7:45. A moving picture show will be giv¬ en at tbe Crystal Theatre, Friday ev¬ ening, February 6, for the benefit of Patriot Hose Co. No. 4; tickets, 10 thusen, who, after a four year service ' cents, can be secured of tbe members, as pastor of the church, tendered his j urJcpDr^DT resignation to take charge of a large I ' I-KbtFOKl church in Jersey City. i The regular meeting of Freeport The reception took the nature of a Chapter No. 302, R. A. M., will be union service by all four of the held at iU meeting rooms. Mechanics' churches of the village. Hall. Freeport, next Wednesday The sermon of the evening was de-'evening, at 8 o'clock. The Degree of livered by Rev. A. H. Rennie, palter | Mark Master will be conferred, in full of thfc Presbyterian Chorch. while ad- form, and all members of the Chapter dresses were also delivered by Rev, j and visitors will be made at home. George E. Bishop, pastor of St. i ... Mark's M. E. Church, ami Rev. Howard I A young son arrived at the home ot Johnson, of the Baptist Church. I Mr. and Mrs. C. Dwight Baker, Lena .Mr. Holtbusen left for his new j Avenue, on January 3, charge Wednesday, and carried witb | — him the best wishes of all of the mem-' Mrs. Charles Winston is slowly inf- bers of his former charge, as well as ' proving at Nassau Hospital, where she' those of the host of friends, irrespect- I was taken several months ago soffer- ^, , , . ^ , ive of creed, that he bas made during I ing from a compound fracture of her Upon an alarm of hre, the engineer | ^j^ ^ojom-n in Rockviile Centre. , ; foot. Mrs. Winston can now be moved one of the 48 hydrants is called upon, I it will coiitain more than average hyd I rent pressure. I Tbe instrument used for this, as Mr. j Malcomson informed us, i.<< one used I largely when pumping into reservoirs i and similar affairs, from a distance, i where an immediate opening or clos- j ing of a valve is desired, and was adapted by him to the conditions a Merrick. The regular meeting of the Mothers' Club will be held in tbe school build¬ ing on Friday evening, February 5, at 8 o'clock. An interesting program is being arranged, incloding an ad¬ dress which will be of interest to all .parents. A special appeal is made to both active and honorary members, as well as to all others interested in the school in any way to attend this meeting. It is hoped that this organseation will do much for the home and the school through the united efliorts of both par¬ ent and teacher. Fathers are espe- Poultry House Construction, Robert ^'^''^ '"^'***^ *° '=°'"« "";:' .^« ^«°*""« P. Trask, North Wilbrabam, Mass. ''"."""liy members as their presence Thursday, 10 A. M -Question Box- ! ^'U ''^'P *« niBlteJthe_Clob a success. The Sources and Effects of Mineral Fertilizers, Prof. Agee. ' Ira Smith, oneof the oldest residents Tbe Simple Chemistry of Feeding of this sectidn, died at his borne here Animals, .Mr. Van Wagenen. early Wednesday morning at the age 1:30 P. M.—Question Box: of 83 yearu. Funeral services will be Feeding Poultry for Egg Produc- held from his late home this Saturday afternoon at one o'clock. Rev. Thomas ferment will be at Greenfield Ceme tery. Wilbur F. Southard, funeral director. Seaford tion, Mr. Trask. Studies in Rural Social Life, Pro^ A. B. Graham, bead of Extension De¬ partment, State School of Agriculture, Farmingdale. Closing Words, Mr Van Wagenen. ', o .no P M ¦ Special Women's Session, in charge F"** ^^15 Hempstttd Baby Chinese of Mrs. Harrington. L. R. Simons, Manager of the Nas- Tbe first birth tor tbe year 1915 to sau County Farm Bureau, says: "Let ^e recorded with William Stoffel, Reg- us make this tbe best Farmer's Insti- •"'"'" '<"" **»« Village of Hempstead, tute ever beld in Nassau County. was a Chinese baby boy. , The baby is the son of Mr. and Mrs. I 1 I Yeeg Fat, who conduct a laundry at Lynbrook 292 Front street. The father waa born ¦ ¦ in California and the mother is a nat¬ ive of Cbina. They have been in Hempstead for a number of years. They have four otber children one of charge of the plant starts the pumps, shuttin^^ off the reserve tank as soon as he gets the pumps going. This immediately increases the hydrant pressure to 120 pounds, which is prob¬ ably as much as can be found where on Long Island, and more in most places. There are two pumps, which can be j in an invalid chair, and expects P. j to be able to return to her home. METHODIST CHURCH The funeral service of Joseph Winget, who died Saturday afternoon, in his 72nd year, of apoplexy, was held at his late residence. 186 Maple I In the absence of the pastor on Sun- ti!^5n ! *''®""^' -^""^"y evening. Rev. George j day. January 17, Rev. Dr. David G. ^nan | Bishop officiating, with interment in i Wylie, for many years pastor of tbe Greenfield Cemetery Tuesday morning. Scotch Presbyterian Church, New Mr. Winget wps a member of the Ma three runs are required. Upon our inquiry if the increased pressure in time of fire did not dam¬ age tbe plumbing in private houses, Mr. Malcomson stated that on only one S. Braithwaite officiating, and the in-'toccasion had it been reported to tbem operated individually or together. The ! gonjg fraternity, and the services of larger one of 250 gallons per minute ! th^t fraternity were performed by capacity, is ofieratedby a gas-gasoline ! Massapequa Lodge. Mr. Winget has engine, while the smaller one, of 150 | i,een a resident of Rockviile Centre gallons rapacity, runs by a gas engine. ; fo,. ,nany years, and during the past The large tank 18 not in a vertical. thirteen years be has filled the posi- position, as we are accustomed to see-; tio„ of bookkeeper for the Joseph B. ing them, hut rests on the ground and i Langdon Estate, and when that husi- 's covered with earth. The smaller : negg ^^g recently disposed of to Wil- tank is located atop the building, and i Hap, Qf^^ ^r. Winget was engaged allows 1» normal pressure of about 25 j to continue his important position- pounds. A windmill is T?ept going ijj^ constantly, and with the help of the ^ windmill it is only necessary to 'run tbe pumps once each day for a couple I ot hours. In the aumm'er time about! jjean, died at the residence of his pa- j rents, Park place, on Monday morning, ; in his 2oth year, of pneumonia, after leaves one daughter, Mrs. Phillips, I and two granddaughters surviving. Ogden, son of .Mr. and Mrs. Isaac that the plumbing had given away under the pressure. Tbe argument is an illness of one week. His parents, a wife bnd a three year old son besides a brother, Norman Dean, survive him. The deceased bad been in the employ of the New York and Long Island Traction Company at their Hempstead York, now secretary of the Presbyter- I ian Board of Church Extension, will preac'i at both morning and evening services. On the following Sunday morning. Rev. John F. Carson, pastor of Central Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, wide- Iv known as an able and evangelistic preacher and religious leader, will oc¬ cupy the pulpit. In the evening Rev. Dwight A. Jordan will preach. This trio of gifted ministers afford a great opportunity to the church and the community, and .^ey ought to have a large hearing. *^ Amanda G. Carter, who conducted a delicatessen store on South Main Street, recently filed a petition in bankruptcy, and upon the suggestion ot her counsel, a trustee of her assets have been appointed. The schedules showed liabilities of $1011 and assets of $67.29.—Eagle. in bouses would not stand said this had net been tbe Merrick. First Church ot Christ, Scientist.— : Services Sunday morning at 11 o'clock; j Mrs. H. L. Borland will entertain I tbe Friday Club at ber home, Hemp- jjtead avenue, on Friday afternoon inext. Elizabeth, wife of Uriah Smith, died at iMr home here on Tuesday morning, at the <kg« of 67 years. Foneral ser- viete will be beM from tbe M. E. Glwreh ^iday aftercjoon at 1 o'clock, R«v. Mr. Olaeti, pastor, ofBeiating, and tbe intehnent will ba at Greenflald GoBBotery. Wilbor Sootbard. funeral diroetor. County Judge and Mrs. James P. j Niemann and daughter are spending i tbe winter in the City. out whom attends tbe public school in Washington Street. Tbe baby, who was born on Satur¬ day, bas been named Tommy. liiis is tbe first birth of a Chinese baby in Hempstead and without a Tne dre dqpartoient was called Toesday evabing at 10:80 for a fire doubt tbe first on Long Island. Chin over tbe barber shop oo tbe east side i ese women are rare in this country, of Atlantic Avenoe. Tbe blaze was I This brings tbe total population of confined to tbe oppor flats; Ices of sev-1 Chinese in Hempstead to thirteen. eral. hundred dollars. —Sentinel. often used against increased pres-urej ^eadquarWa for" a number of "years, in time of actual fire, that plumbing , ^^ .^e night dispatcher, and was held ' °* "* j in high esteem, not only by bis super- net been the case «t i ,ors, but also with the entire force of ' Hempstead Bank Bailding; spbject that company, as well as by many uext Sunday, January 17, "Life." friends throughout the entii-e com-i District Attorney'* Work. i munity. The funeral service will be held at his late residence, this Wed- George Bishop officiating, with interment in Green field Cemetery Thursday morning. District Attorney Lewis J. Smith; . d has given a summary of tbe work of' I^^Ell^^l^^lfl P_!! his office for the past year. A classi¬ fication of th^ work of the office is in¬ teresting: '• 1918 1914 Indictments found 94 154 Persons charged witb crime 116 Convictions for felonies I Convictions for misdemeanors Sentenced to Sing Sing Blmira Reformatory Bedford Reformatory Hoose of Good Shepherd « County Jail County Penitentiary Sentences suspended Fines imposed Acquitsis 160! 68i 14 28 6 1 1; 9 '5' 28 East Rockaway A session of tbe Silk Stocking 500 Club will be beld at the residence of Mrs. A. Carman on Thursday after¬ noon. The Freeport Presbyterian Young People's Society of Christian Endeav¬ or will bold a home-made cake, candy and bread sale Satorday, January 30, iu tbe Sunday School room of the First Fiesbyterian Church. All are cordial¬ ly invited to help tbe yoong pe'iple by attending this ssle and purchasing ther goods. Tbe Roosevelt News is agitating tb« establishing of n National.Rank at the Village of Roosevelt. At tbe special scbool election for a member of the Board of Education, ' beld on Wednesday evening last, San- ford G. Ryder was elected, receiving 4 ! 124 votes, to 11^ votes for jltoman .0. 6 Dobler. Misses Mariao and Rose Koliseb uf New York spent New Years witb tboir grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Millar. More Frecpwt News m Page S
|Title||South Side Messenger 19150113|
|Title||South Side Messenger 19150113|
$1.00 Yearly^ Single Copy 5 CenU
FREEPORT AND BELLMORE* N. Y.. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 13, 1914
Vol. 7, Number
The ]llee»enger also circulates in Fiweport. .Maybe you will want to briijr flom, sell to or exchange with the reatler there. Tr>' Ever>-body's Cohuan.
Service* at tbe Church of the Re 'ioomot Sunday, the Second After Epi- plMBy, at 11 A. .M. and 8 P. M. Morn¬ ing Grayer and sermon and Evenmg Pni|er and sermon. Tbe Chii^rcb Seboel meets in tbe Parish Hotise each Sondiiy at 10 A. M. The Woman'a Anxiiiary meets every Thursday at 2.80 P. M. Boy Sceuts meet Thurs¬ day evei'iings at 7.S0. Choir practice Thac»d»ys at 8 P. M. The G. F. S. meets F^ridays at 3.80'and 7.30 P. M. Cdohing School meets this week on Satorday at 12 M. A cordisl invita¬ tion in extended to all to attend the services of this church and lend a hand In its commanity service.
Tbe Post Office is sgsin at its old stand. Progress has been made suffi¬ cient in restoring the recently burned building to house the office and in a feW days Mr. Zeiner will be thorough¬ ly established in bosiness again.
Mrs. R. Narwood and Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Narwood are anticipating leav¬ ing Merrick shortly te spend tbe re¬ mainder of the winter at St. Augus- "ttine, Fla.
The Men's Club basketball team was defeated by Amityville in the Parish House on Wednesday night last by a score of 26-|