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The East Hampton Star. (East Hampton, N.Y.) 1885-current, July 05, 1918, Image 6

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THE EAST HAM P T O N STAR. FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1918 H I C K S ’ 4 T H O F JU L Y S P E E C H I C O T T A G E L I S T , S E A S O N 1918 The stars and stripes have been carried in trium p h a n t peace across a m ighty continent, attuned to the song of the plowshare turning the virgin ■oil and the laughter of the children of the pioneer as “westward^ the course of em p ire takes its way.” To the accom p anim ent of m a rtial m usic they have been unfurled in victory from the snows of Canada to the des­ erts of M exico; they have risen in the glory of a reunited people above the clouds of smoke of the battle fields of the Civil W a r; they have been planted in the jungles of the far-off Philippines and upon the g reat wall of China. They have waved amid the solitude of every sea, and every­ where that banner has been the re ­ sistless herald of the N a tion’s su ­ prem e will, standing between capital and labor, between the strong and the weak, between w a n t and wealth, g u a r a n teeing inpartial justice to all alike. “ T h e flag fo r which th e heroes fought, fo r which they died, is the symbol of all we are, of all we hope to be,” and today 800,000 of A m eri­ ca’s s terling m anhood brave th e crest­ ed wave and stand on the battle lines of northern F rance determ ined to make the suprem e sacrifice fo r the honor and glory of th a t flag. Our fo r e fath e rs took from the skies the eternal stars, em b lazoned them upon our banner, form ing a new constella­ tion em b lem atic of the aspirations of our people. As the stars in God’s firm a m e n t are countless, so w ithout num b e r are the hosts of our patriots, ready to m arch to victory in vindi­ cation of the lofty principles of our Republic. T h a t flag is a pledge fo r the pres­ ent and a prom ise fo r the f u t u r e — the hope of m ankind. Uj5on its trium p h depends th e victorious ending of this war. It will fly over th e battle-scar­ red fields of F rance and Belgium and Italy until the work to which we have set our hands shall have been accom p ­ lished. It will fly until broken Bel­ gium shall have been restored. It will fly until bleeding F rance shall have been freed from the invader. It will fly until international treaties shall be recognized as sacred contracts; until the freedom of th e seas shall be m ade absolute and th e lives of Am erican citizens respected and pro­ tected everywhere. V A U L T F A I L S T O Y I E L D S E C R E T The secret of the m y sterious mis­ sing ingredients in Louis E n richt’s fam o u s ‘‘green gas’” form u la is still safe. In spite of th e belief of Ben­ jam in K. Yoakum and those associat­ ed w ith him in the N a tional M o tor C o rporation th a t E n richt’s safe deposit boxes in the F ir s t N a tional • B ank at Farm ingdale would disgorge the secret, they were opened and dis­ closed ten $50 Liberty Bonds, a mass of personal papers and— n o thing else. “ I told you so,” said the inventor, whose form u la fo r m aking cent-a- gallon “green gas” is still locked w ith­ in his bosom. “ C ome on out— the drinks are on m e.” E n rich t’s safe deposit boxes had been sealed tig h t fo r m any m o n ths und e r a court injunction. The injunc­ tion followed legal proceedings oy the N a tional M o tor Pow er C o rporation in which it was charged th a t the in­ ventor had sold his “green gas ’ f o r ­ m u la to the concern b u t had w ithheld the nam e and n a tu re of one ingredi­ en t from tl;e form u la. The missii.g substano-*, it was asserted, was vital to the n a n u f a c t u r e of the \green gas.” The com p any accused E n richt of holding back use of his invention from pro-Germ an m o tives and made other s ens'ifuuial charges. M iles A. W alsh, of M artin W. Lit­ tleto n ’s jffiee. was on hand to safe g u a r d the interest of the N ational M o tor Pow er C o rporation i i the op­ ening of the boxes and Mr. E n r :c h t was represented by Law y er L ittle­ john, of Mineola. W alsh exam ined th e contents of each carefully and was visibly disappointed when the form u la was not found. A f te r the inspection had been con­ cluded and the inventor’s offer of .liquid refreshm e n t accepted, Mr. W alsh said th a t the part of the in­ junction which applies to the inven­ to r ’s laboratory will probably stand. It has been unused fo r m any m onths, and is locked with a strong padlock placed by Yoakum, which prevents E n richt’s entry, and another padlock placed by Enricht, which prevents Yoakum’s entry. M I L IT A R Y P O L I C E F I R E D U P O N F o r the second tim e within the past two weeks a guard of the Mil­ itary Police, stationed a t the corner of Nelson and Railroad avenues, Blue Point, has been fired upon from be­ hind some bushes near the fixed post a t th a t point. The first tim e the guard was fired upon was on the night of Ju n e G, and a t th a t tim e a num ­ ber of men were sent from the P ro­ vost Guard camp in Patchogue to search the neighborhood, but found no trace of the m an who shot from the darkness. For a tim e the guard was doubled but on last F riday night during the heavy rainstorm , a guard a t the sam e point heard two shot from a revolver whiz by his head. He an­ swered with three shots, which flew wide of their m ark, and owing to the fact, it is said, th a t he was on a fixed post, he was unable to give chase to a man he saw running across a field near Frem o n t A b ram s’ greenhouses. W o rd was sent to the camp in P a t­ chogue and a detail was s e n t to again attem p t to round up the culprit, but without success.— Ex. O w n e i L e x Main S treet Mrs. D. E. C. H o m a n .- J o h n M o rce E. H. Dayton _______ Mrs. Gossler Jerem iah H. H u n ttin g --C . C. Nadal George H. H a n d _______ Mr. Sussm an H. L. H o b a rt.-M rs. Edith P. M organ Chas. W. Edwards H e rm an LeRoy Jones Chas. W. Edwards Dr. Edw a rd L. P r a t t N. H. D a y ton--M rs. John M cCarroll Mrs. Phoebe M u lford-M r. Townsand Asa O. Jo n e s ____ Theo. Schum acker Mrs. George M o rgan— H. D. B etts Sam u el M iller _______ Mrs. F. Osborne Chas. W. E d w a rds ____ Wm. M etzger C. W. E d w a rds--M rs. H. S. Jaeckel F ran k W o r thington. _F. D. Lemmon H iram S h e rr ill ____ S. W y m an Aldrich Ju lia H e d g es _______ H a rry Holbrook Mrs. J. M u lford _____ G. E. Schenck H. L. H o b a r t - ________ Edith M organ H u n tting Lane Geo. E ldredge. - Mrs. Mary B radford E. M. G a y ______ E. F. W ilm erding S. S. C u m m ins ______ Mrs. L Thom as S. C. G rim shaw . -M rs. R. H. Lindsay F rank S m ith _______ Edw. De Bixedon N o rm a n B a rns _______ E. M. A u d e b a n t Buels Lane Mrs. M c T ie r n a n ..F r a n k L. Thom pson Dan T u c k e r, J r _____ John M atthews Mrs. B u rt T u c k e r._E d w . A rm strong W. S. E v e r e s t _________ John W iley Mrs. Dan T u c k e r ------ T. G. Coombe Thom as E d w a rd s .-M rs. M. H e iser Mrs. Chas. S. D a y to n .J. Leon M oran U. Lee_-M rs. Thom p k ins M clllvaine Wm. G a y _____ Amos Schem m erhorn M a rgarete Schulte._M rs. M akensie Clinton Lane Otto Sim m o n s ------- Joseph C. Borden Otto Sim m o n s _______ J. N e v itt Steele W oods Lane E. T. D a y ton _______ Wm. D. Judson B. Z. Griffing _______ W illiam Judson Frank T illinghast ------ W illiam Jenny Geo. E. Jo n e s _________ B. C. Adams W illiard F ren c h ---------- Mrs. L. Allen John F lan n e ry _______ Edw. Chisholm Geo. E. Jo n e s _________D. C. Adams B. Z. Griffing Mrs. Malcom Haywood Mrs. F rank Grimshaw Mrs. A n n a P. O sborne Louis DeK o v an ____ Copte de T risten South Beach Lane Mrs. W. B. Lockw o o d .-M r. Stafford D raper Est. H o u s e .- J o h n M. Forbes J. E. B a tes _________ Edw. Q. M cVitty Mrs. W. B. Lockwood W e s tm e re _________ Edwin Scheftel E a s tm e r e _______ Mrs. Le B a y steau A u stin C u lver------------Mrs. D. Malony A u stin Culver, ap a rtm e n t a t the bathing beach _____ Geo. F. Crego F. G. P o tt e r __________ Mrs. M. Becker Lee Avenue W illiam M. Carson__Geo. H. Flinn Schuyler Quackenbush Est. Phillip Kopper Mrs. F ran k S m ith ____ J. H. Seam a n Mrs. F. G. B e n jam in ____ O. M. Burke Thom as N a s h ______ H e n ry P a rrish Dr. J. V o o r h e e s ..— Mrs. J. S. P o tter M rs. D u n b a r _______ Mrs. J . A. M offett M rs. Louise W o r th in g to n ..M r. Bergh E. J. V a u g h n _______ A. H. Cleaver Drew Lane Raymond Sm ith ______ V ictor H a rris Mrs. W illiam S tr o m ____ H. W. Beebe F. K. H o llister _________ F. D. Hyde M aurice Blom erth Capt. Edw a rd S. P e rot, Jr. Mrs. M ary B. Talm age ____ P. T. Wise Toylesom e Lane Mrs. Chas S. D ayton__W . E. Connor Lily Pond Lane Mrs. Daniel Talm age Newell J . W ard M rs. Dan. Talm age M rs. Sim eon Ford Mrs. John Helm _ _ W m. H. Schm idlap E. B. V a il..M r s . F rederick B o n n er F. K. H o llister __________ H e n ry Oliver Geo. L a m o n t e __________Geo. M offitt Tyson Dom iny ------- H. M. Clem ents Geo. B. G o r d o n . B enjam in Prince Miss L. W o r th in g to n ..H a ro ld Talbot M arie H e is e r ------ H e n ry Richardson Edw. V a il ---------------------- Mrs. B o n n er Wm. Thaw ---------------- John R. Keim Miss Isabelle Lam o n t Lieut. Co. Ralph Crews Mrs. H a rry H a m lin ____ H. R. Sutphen Jones Road R. D. Talm a g e __________ J. J. Belden Dunem e re Lane A lbert Lind _____ Mrs. R. J. H o g u e t Miss Edith Jo h n s o n ._ J . W. H e rbert Mrs. R. W. N e s b it_____J. H. W h iting A. II. C u lver ------ W. Sterling P e ters C. W. S ilver ------ William B. Isham Miss Louise R ichards ____ Hugh Hill Edw a rds Johnson__C. W. Shipley Terbell Lane Mrs. B. M. O s b o rne ____ P. J. Smith C o ttage Avenue Lyon C o tta g e ..M r s . John Coleman Geo. A. E ldredge----------H e n ry Hall Mrs. W. R. Makay Capt. Thom p k ins M slllvaine Lois T a lm a g e ---------------H. W. Nicholl Egypt Lane Andrew C a rso n ..M r s . N. E. Gordon Mrs. R u g er Donoho__H. H. A b b o tt D. W. M cCord _______ E. R. B u rn n e tt L. E. W oodhouse ____ T. S. Dohrman Rem ington K ing ________ J. H. Doyle Georgica Road Grace K ing ----------- Ann H u n ttington A g u stus Thom as ------- Jack Barrym o re Apaquogue H o u s e - .C a m p . Francais Mrs. K. B. D o m iny.-M rs. D. Leam an Mrs. H a rriet T a y lor ____ C yril H a tc h Mrs. S. Fisher Johnson Frank H. M aynard A lbert H e r t e r _____ Mr. M cCullough Mrs. G ron -------------- H a rtley M anners W. E. W h e e lock-.M rs. T. B. Flagg Mrs. A. Ellwood Egerton Sw a rthom rt Apaquogue Road A. P. H inton-M iss M a rgaret Spadone Mrs. M iguel ----------- Irving L. Tenney Mr. Lloyd ---------------- Floyd Jefferson R o b ert K e n y o n ----------- D. S. Iglehart Geo. B u rk h a r t _________ Henry Oliver B u rnell Lane George C. Thom a s -------- H e n ry Knox George C. Thom as M inturn Post Collins Dr. John E rdm a n ------- C. G. Gleason Pantigo Lane N a than H. Dayton . . W m McCarroll Norman C leaves --------- V ictor Fisher Sherril Road C. R. S m ith ______ John McCullough The Hook P. Dickerson ----------- Edw. Preston OW NERS’ LIST SEASON 1918 The follow ing cottage owners will occupy th e ir homes in E a s t Hampton this sum m e r: Miss M. A. S tim s o n ..' Main Street J. H. P o o r ___________ “ “ G. H. B u e k __________ “ “ Mrs. J. A. T y l e r -------- “ “ H. L. H o b a rt -------- “ “ Mrs. R u g er D o n o h o ------ E g y p t Lane F. B. W i b o r g ________ New Road H. A. W e s s e l ________ Middle Lane D. W. M c C o r d _______ H ither Lane T. W. M o r r i s ________ “ “ - L. E. W o o d h o u se ---------- H u n ttin g Lane Mrs. C. B. Randell — D u n e m e re Lane Mrs. David McAlpin _ . “ \** Dr. J. D. Voorhees __ “ “ Mrs. L. B. B o c k ____ W oods Lane L. M. B o r d e n ------------ “ “ Dr. Geo. E. M o n roe __ So. BeachLane Chas. G. Thom p son— “ “ “ Mrs. Jas. G a l l a t i n ------ “ “ ( “ M rs. J. B. C r o s b y ------ “ “ R o b e rt G a r d i n e r ------ “ “ “ A. H. Van B r u n t ------ “ “ “ C. L. W. E i d l i t z ------ “ “ “ E. C. P o tt e r ---------- “ “ 1 Jas. L. O g d e n ---------- “ “ “ M rs. de Meli Joseph Eastm a n ------ “ “ “ D avid H e l i e r -------------- “ “ “ W. W. G r e e n ___________ Terbell Lane C. L. H a c k s taff---------- Lee Avenue Geo. L. M c A lp i n ____ “ “ S. A. B e a r d s l e y ------ “ “ Dr. O. M. E d w a r d s .. “ “ Geo. W. B a x t e r -------- “ “ G a r r e tt L. H o b a rt — “ “ Dr. F. K. H o llister____L ilyPondLane George L a m o n t ------ “ “ “ John D r e w ----------------“ “ “ Dr. John E r d m a n ---- “ “ “ M atthew C. Flem ing _ “ “ t “ M rs. B. F. E v a n s ------ “ “ “ T y ler M orse ________“ “ . “ David Oliver ------------ “ “ “ Mrs. J. T. B a k e r ------ “ “ “ W. H. W oodin -------- “ “ “ C. F. A l c o t t _________ “ “ E. S. A v e r y ----------------“ “ “ W. A. L o c k w o o d ______ B u rnell Lane M rs. E. J. V a u g h a n . . “ “ M rs. W. W. B enjam in The Crossway S. E. Nash _________ “ . “ Dr. F. P. S o l l e y _____ C o ttage Ave. Dr. W. T. H e lm u th . . “ I W a lter M. Keck _____ A p a q u o g u eRd. Jam e s M. E d w a r d s ___ “ “ G eorge A. S trong __ “ “ Sam u el T. Skidm o re “ “ D r. W. E. W heelock . . “ “ H a rry Jefferys _____ “ “ R alph T o w n s e n d _____ “ “ E. E. M c C a ll ________ Dr. F. L. S t a n t o n ____ “ “ J. V. B o u v ie r -------- “ \ R. C. Hill __________ “ “ M rs. E. H. J e w e t t ---- “ “ Sam u el O r d w a y _____ “ “ W a lter S. R o b e r t s ---- “ “ H. A. J a m e s _________ Georgica Rd. Mrs. D. T a l m a g e ___ “ “ F rancis N e w t o n --------- Georgica John Rodebush ______ H. O. W o o d __________ » “ Dr. W o l f _____________ Drew Lane Sam u el S e a b u r y --------- Turnpike Mrs. F. M. Sim o n d s ..F u r t h e r lane A r th u r T. H i l l ______________________ Pantigo C A D E T S G O T O C A M P Five Suffolk county boys were in­ cluded on the list of those who are to take the state cadet officers train ­ ing course a t Camp Buie Fields, Blauvelt, Rockland county, under the auspices of th e S tate M ilitary T rain­ ing Commission. The cam p opened Tuesday and will continue its course fo r fo u r weeks. It is to be conducted on the form e r rifle range as a part of the com pulsory m ilitary training system fo r boys betw e en the ages of sixteen and eighteen years. The Sleighter-W elsch laws of the last two years provide fo r the camp. A b o u t 1,200 cadets from 214 cities of the state will m ake the camp a lively place. The only expense will be f o r uniform s ,the state paying the tran s p o r tation charges of the cadets who will atten d the camp. W h a t was th e m a tter with some of our E a s t H a m p ton cadets? For th e past six m o n ths nearly fifty boys betw e en th e ages of sixteen and eighteen have been train in g one night each week. This opportunity offered by th e state was a g r e a t chance for some of these boys to receive a good vacation as well as obtain fu r th e r knowledge in the a r t of m ilitary training. Three tem p o rary office buildings, providing w o rking space for 6,250 persons, have been built in ten weeks in W a s h ington, D. C., by the con­ struction division of the Army, with­ out the em p loym ent of a contractor. One, a three-story stru c tu re, 491 feet long, 260 f e e t wide, with a floor space of 270,000 square feet, was ready fo r occupancy tw e n ty-four working days a f t e r the first spadeful of earth was turned. A rew a rd of $10 will be paid fo r inform a tion leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or per­ sons guilty of breaking windows, or destroying property a t the M aidstone Bath Houses, in any m anner. A. H. Culver. HORNBECK TO RENT IN NEW YORK CITY At a nominal price for July, August and September, dur- ing absence of owner in France—A Furnished Apartment consisting of Large Living Room, Hall, Two Bedrooms and Bath, in the Gainsborough, 222 West 59th Street Attractive, Comfortable, Cool, Services of chambermaid supplied. Apartment ready for inspection. Inquire o| R. D. Talmage, Soldiers’ and Sailors Club, East Hampton M. 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