V PAGEJEliJi JCHE COLUMBM TUESBAT, ATOU8T 2, 1921, P E!R:S on au ^ Mary Scott Of Yonkers is spending ihe week with her mother, Mrs Scott, at Niverville. Raymond Hapeman, of .the Hudeon iRiver Trust company, is spending two ■weeks at Lake Placid. Mi68 Jane Aldcroft of New York •Miity, a former Hudsonian, is visiting tiriends in town. James P. Winslow of this city, ig dhe guest of 0. H. Olson of Spring- , field. Mass. Joseph Naisek is spending a month’s vacation at the Yongborn, in the Romaco Mountains, Butlei', N. J. C. W. Maybtu-y has left for Long Island City to supervise the installa tion. of the eciuipnient for the Durant Motors Corporation plant at that -place. 'Mrs Florence M. Lawton and daugh ter, Ruth, of New Haven, Conn., and •Mrs Claude J. Hollenbeck, of New York city, who were guests at the Worth House yesterday, will leave doday for New York b y Day Boat. M a s Law-ton was formerW Miss Plor-« ence Hollenbeck, of Htffeon. Miss Dorothy E lting is a guest of her cousin Mrs W illiam Errengy at Dneida Lake. LeRoy Bonneville, a former resi dent of Hudson now of Philadelphia, ■ sp ent the week-end in town as a l^ e s t of friends. Mrs B. O. Phillip, of this city, and Miss Beulah Horstman, of Albany, have returned from Lebanon, where ^□ley spent a fortnight. Miss Laura C®utu, tuberculosis nurse for Columbia county, left Sat- -.urday for her home at Cohoes, where »he will enjoy a month’s vacation. The Misses Isabelle West, Margar- •«t Eigo of this city and Miss Grace Hughes of Mamaroneck were week end guests of Miss Anna K ing at the IQiig cottage at Kinderhook Lake. M r and Mrs Geo*ge Spaulding and ■daughters Mary and Laura; W. King, Miss Anna West, Mrs Susie Weaver and Miss Aurelia Spaulding are spending a week at Lake Charlotte. Mr and Mrs Julian St. John W att- ley of New Rochelle; and Miss H elen L. Alvord of New York are spending som e time a t W. J. Alvord’s Stock- Miss Lillian Greenwood, of North jjeputy County Clerk Drank JbLatha- way left Saturday for his farm at Greendale Center, where he will spend his vacation of two weeks. His fam ily have closed their North Fifth street home and will remain, at the Greendale place for the summer. The Rev. M. O. Bennett and fam ily will leave today for Copake Lake where their will spend their vaca tion at Camp Wampus. Bev. B en nett will preach at the W est Copake Reformed church for the next two Sundays. Mrs A. P. Pitcher, is seriously ill at her home on upper Union street. W allace Mitchell of Hillsdale is a patient in the Hudson City Hospital. Miss Irene Donovan of Alarfein- dale is in the Hudson City Hospital for treatment. Mrs W illiam, Peck of Stottville a patient in the City Hospital, being admitted yesterday. Dr. and Mrs R. P. Harris are spending two weeks at Glen Buriiie, Lake George, N. Y. arrs W illiam Day of North German town was admitted to the Hudson City Hospital yesterday. ChaTles S. Williams and family are spendiiTg some - time at Best’s camp, Sabael, Hamilton county. airs Cary Van Deusen of Copake Lake is confined to the bed and under the care of a ti’ained nurse. airs W illiam Fruchting who has been spending the month of July at Copake Lake has returned home. Rev. Charles H. H athaway of Col- umbiavifle occupied the pulpit at Christ church, this city Sunday. The aiisses Elizabeth A. and Sarah Hildreth and the Misses Benedict are Spending two weeks at Thirteen Lake Lodge, North River, in the Adiron- dacks. Oiarence Seaman, teller at the First National bank, is enjoying a two week’s vacation. Part of the time he expects to spend in the W hite mountains. Air and Airs Arthur Gifford and daughter Helen, of this city, left Sun day morning by motor for Bass Rock, Mass., where they w ill spend the month of August. Aliss C o r n e lia C o c h r a n e an d Aliss Ethel M. Skinner spent th e w e e k -en d with Aliss Elizabeth Bassett Come at [OBITUARY 2 S a tS LIMlilE A. TANNER. The funeral of Mrs Lillie A. Tanner, of 206 Fulton street, who passed away Thursday evening at the Hud son City Hospital following .an opera tion, was hel^ Monday aft-ei'noon. The Rev. W. DeW itt Lul*ens, of the Bap tist church, was the officiating clergy man at service. The bearers were three brothei*-in-laws, WHliam Tan-; ner, Albany; Frederick Tanner, H art ford, Conn.; Jesse Tanker, Stuyvesant; and three uneles, John Martin and Jerome Howe, Cohoes; and Thomas Durant, Schenectady. For a number of years the deceased was a faithful employee in the “U” branch of the Union mills and among •flie many Ixeautiful floral tributes were large b®q-*ets from the employ ees of the mill finishing and knitting rooms, and a handsome wreath from the winding room employees. Airs Tanner was born ki Cohoes January 7, 1-SS3, but bad lived the greater part of her life in this city whei-e she was held in High esteem by all who knew her. C L A R E N C E O. M O O R E . The funeral ©f (Marence O. Aloore, son of Mr and Alt’s Stephen Aloore, of Germantown, .took place Satui’day af ternoon from the home of his w ife’s parents in Red Hook. The Rev. Air H ipsley conducted the services. The deceased was living in Poughkeepsie with his wife and fcAar-year-old daughter and was employed at the Boughkeepsie Electric Power House, where he was consideBed a\ valued and trustworthy employee. He had been ailing for son^ tim e but kept attending to his duties until he was advised to have an operation which he underwent at St. Francis’ H o s pital, Poughkeepsie, a week ago last Saturday. The opeuation at the time seemed successful, but his condition was such that he could not rally and hiis death occurred on W ednesday. The deceased was well known in Ger mantown, where he lived for a num ber of years. H e was ^faithful to his employers and a gbod citizen and ac commodating neigkbo.r, loving his home life and devoted to his family. Besides his widow and 4-year-old daughter, he leaves s-urviving his par ents and five brothei’s, Arthur, Oli ver, Roland, Silas and Harold Aloore, of Germantown, and f#«r sisters. Airs Merle Snyder, Mrs Grover Mickle and Airs Adam Lasher, of Germantown; and Airs Rutherford Hathaway, of Rensselaer. The deceased was 33 years of age. A number from Ger- ^mantown attended the funeral. The remains were inferred in the Lutheran church cemetery at P-ed Hook. Em ployees of thei Electric Power Co. act ed as bearers. Fifth street, is visiting at the home North Chatham. Aliss Come gave a Of Airs Aiyers v a n Buren, at Alellen- ^ance in their honor on Saturday mile, where she is the guest of the evenin'^. ■fatter’s daughter, Aliss Martha. ^ ____ ° I Air and Airs Jesse Tanner, of Stuy- Alr and Airs George A. Becker left j vesant, Fred Tanner, of Hartford. ■Saturday for Copake lake, where they Conn. W illiam Tanner, of Albany, vrill spend two weeks at the Linger j Airs Alary W ilkinson and Airs Fan- Longer cottage. They w ill be accom- | nie Palen, of Philm ont, were in town panied by their niece, Aliss Alarjorie i yesterday to attend the funeral of Airs -Arnold, of Bridgeport,, Conm __________ ■> .Tohn J. Tanner, of this city. ________ W RECENT REAL i ESTATE TRANSFERS James AicCormick and v/ife, of Schenectady, to Fannie Brennan, of Philmont, real estate with buildings thereon in the village of Philmont near the Harlem railroad depot. George H. Dawson and wife, Al bany, to Wm. H. Branion, of Alban 3 % parcel of land along westerly shore oi Kinderhook Lake, i Jacob J. Dexheimer, Jr., and wife, Rhilmont, to Thos. Lezette, Philm ont, parcel of land in the village of P h il m o n t near the reservoir. | Alexander Kirkbright and wife, 0tockport, to Wm. A. Kirkbright of Jamaica, N. Y., and Edward Kirk bright, Jamaica, N. Y., parcel of land in the Town of Stockport. Lillian W. Roberts, Schodack, to Jas. W. Sicklen and wife, New Leb anon, farm with buildings thereon in the Town of New Lebanon.Consider- ation $2,500. i Robert Storm, Hudson, to Erwin J. Drumm and wife, of 48 Fairview Ave., Hudson, building lots on the Storm tract known as lots No. 36 and S3. i Sarah E. Harrop, Alban 3 % to Frank J. PurceR, Valatie, parcel of real ■estate along Vajlatie-Kinderhook highway situated in the village of Valatie. Robert C. Hobbie and wife, Hud son, to Louis J. Gouin and wife, Hud son, parcel of land on Bossman. Ave., Hudson. Nettie Bills, Hillsdale, and Alary A. Naity, a t . Barrington, Mass., tO Fred erick A. Bills, H illsdale several par cels Of farm land in the Town of Hillsdale. George D. Haight, Canaan, to H ar ry W. Aliller, Chatham, parcel of farm land with dwelling housa and barn thereon in the Town of Canaan. Alarty K. Vanken, Chatham to Mar tin F. Tierney and Wife,* Chatham, parcel of land with buildings thereon known as the Loveday Place, in East Chatham. Consideration §900. ANNUAL OUTING. There w ill be an annual outing giv en by St. Johns AI. E. church and Sunday school at Kingston Point Thursday August 4th. Auto truck will leave for the Point a t the corner of Third and Warren streets at 9 a. WERE MARRIED HERE- Aliss Nellie Washburn, of Clermont, and Don Bennett Hover, of Ger mantown, were quietly married at the parsonage of St. John’s Lutheran church by the Rev. W. H. W. Reim- er Saturday afternoon at 5 o’clock. AmS EAJ»L^ HOLLANDER. Airs Em-ma Hollasder, an aged resi dent of Athens, died at her home th e r e on Sunday, J u ly 30. D isease brought on by her advanced age of 8T years W'as Wie cause of her death. Mrs Hollander was a woman Who en joyed the highest respect of all who knew her. She is survived by a son, George H. Hollander of Athens, and a daughter, Airs B. Horton, of Brook lyn, N. Y. The funeral -mil he held this afternoon at 2 o’clo(3f from the Athens Reformed cllurch and burial will l3e in Hudson. AIRS LO U IS H . ST O E P E L . Airs Louise H. Stoepel died at her home in Harlemville yesterday morn ing. She was a wellJi|Qjvn woman, with many friends in xWrxome town as well as in Hudson. She was 61 years of age, and leaves a son George, of Harlemville. Airs Stoepel was well kno-sra as a music teacher. She had beeu an in valid for the past five years due to a paralytic stroke. She was the widow Of the Rev. AIi* Stoepel, who was pas tor at Harlem ville for years, and who when the Emanuel Lutheran church, of Hhidson, was organized acted as its supply preacher for some time. W h ile he filled temporarily such position, his Wife acted as the organist at the sex’vices and had a number of pupils on the piano and for voice culture in Hudson. She was a woman of grac ious presence, and fine personality. The funeral will be held Thursday morning at 9 o’clock, standard time, with interm ent following at Pough keepsie. Just about th e biggest thing th a t ever happened in the paint business! Every propert about this >erty owner will want particulars . remarkable VALDURA ASPHALT P A I N T now obtainable in riel Green! .as well as in brilliant B] •ich shad e s o f R e d and [ant B lack. Here’s paint which is not only enduringly pre-_ Ltive, but absolutely waterproof — acid and is unaffectednaffect^ byy extremes of -.asisting. It is u b neat and cold. ^ It’s popular priced to money back if it fails to satisfy. VALDURA is a quality product; mad materials,’ the basic material 993 % pure Gilsonite Asphalt. ;oo, and your economiical durable lan ordu l paint to use. Booklet and free test sample furnished fer the mere asking. Van-Wyck Thorpe Co., e x c l u s i v e D IST R I B U T O R S Hudson, Ni Y. him; hut he re fused to he comforted,” The preacher drew a lesson of the sorrow suffered by Jacob m the loss of his son Jo seph, and dwelt on loss to the family of this young soldier who had given his life in the service of his country 1 a battlefield of Prance. The military portion of the funeral was conducted by members of Vala- ---- — TT--W—r - -------- _____________ PYT. JOHN F. BERLIN. With full military honors the re mains of Private John P. Berlin who died while serving the colors in ‘France, Avere interred yesterday in the family plot at Stuyvesant. The funeral services were held at ■Stuyvesant at St. John’s church, Avith the Rev. John M. Eberlejn, of this city,, who also conducts services at this church, in charge of the last sad rites. He took Ms text from Genesis 37;34-3‘5; “And Jacob rent his clothes, j home on ^Church ^st. Dr. Thomas Wil- and put sackcloth upon his loins, and mourned for his son many days. And all his sons and all his daughters rose up to comfort (tie post, American legion, under com mand of Lieutenant AIcNamara, and they acted as bearers and the firing squad was also of this post. The young mn was X years of age iwhen he was killed in action. A t thaf time he was reported ■missing, and no word regarding him came to Ms pa rents until a couple of weeks ago when they received Avord that his body had arrived from the other side. He was a young man held in esteem (by all, and lie Avas buried from the church where he; had been baptized and confirmed. About the sam e tim e that he was killed another brother, Henry Berlin, was injured in battle, being shot in both legs. Henry was in a military hospital for many months, hut is now able to follow his occupation and re sides in Stuyvesant. CROTTY—In Philmont, N,. Y., July 25, 1921, Alartha Grotty, aged 66 AIRS L I L L I E A . T A N N E R . Airs Lillie A. Tanner of 206 Ful ton street passed away Thursday ev ening at the Hudson City Hospital following an operation. Airs Tanner was born in Colioes January 7th 1883 but had lived the greater part of her life in this city where she Avas held in high esteem by all Avho kneAV her. For many years she had been a faithful worker in the U branch of the Union Alills. Airs Tanner is sur vived by her husband John J. Tanner, of this city and a father Frank W el- ton, a step sister. Miss Catherine W el- ton and two step brothers, John and AVillard AVelton all of Cohoes. She will be greatly missed by a large circle of friends and relatives. Her funeral will be held this after noon from her late residence 206 Ful ton St. at 2 o’clock' (new time.) Funeral of Airs Broszio. The funeral of AIi-s -Carl Broszio, a former Avell known r® s|ient of Hud son, late of Albany: was held at the home of her son, Alarx F. Breszio, of 250 Robison street. Saturday after noon at 2:30 and Avas largely attend- The officiating clergyman was the Rev. J. F. Eberlein, pastor of St. Alat- thew’s Lutheran church, she having been one of the oldest members of the congregation. A wealth of flor al tributes were given by numerous local friends, who knew the deceased Avell and respected her for her sterl ing qualities. Interment took place at Cedar Park cemetery, and mem bers of the fam ily acted as bearers. MRS HEJVITT OSBORNE. Mrs Hewitt Osborne, of West Athens died early Tuesday morning after a lingering illness at her late home. She is survived by her liiishand and two sons, Albert and Scott. MARTHA CROTTY. Martha Grotty, aged 66 years, a very well knoAvn resident of Phil mont where she had resided the greater part of her life, died rather suddenly at her home there yesterday. She had been, in failing health for some time hut her condition yester day did not appear critical. iShe was a Avoman of the higheet type, one who made and held a great circle of friends, and all Avith learn of her demise Avith sincere regret. iShe is survived by her husband and one sister. a m s M I N N I E B R O S Z IO . Airs Alinnie Broszio, mother of Airs Asel Decker, of 156 Lark street, Al bany, died at the home of her daugh ter in Albany W ednesday evening. She had been ill for some time and was S3 years of age. She leaves two daughters and one son. Airs Louise Smith, of this city, and Airs Asel D e c k e r , o f A lbany, a n d M a rx F . B r o s zio, o f th is city, w h o is a t P e e k s k ill camp with Co. F. Airs Broszio was resident of Hudson for many years, and had many friends here, being of a kindly, helpful and industrions na ture and ever ready to be of service among her family, her friends and neighbors. She was a member of St. Alatthew’s Lutheran church on State CUVERACK. The Aiisses Elsie and Anna Potts, gave a lawn party to a number of iheir friends Thursday evening at riie home of Airs. John AYalker. Airs. John Y/illiams. is spending some; tim e Avith her; daughter. Airs. Leavitt Loomis. Miss Hattie Sherman of Copake and Belen Tipp.-.i have been visaing, AI.-s. John Dineh'i’.’t Air. and Airs. Charles Kruger, on cl daughter, of New York, ere spending some time at the home of,Air. and Airs. Peter Hotaling. Airs. A b r a m Snyder, Is ill a t h e r (’ a t / 4 % l^\TRUSTDEPARTMi£N \ BONDS AND J son, is attending her. Henry Loomis, was taken to the Hudson City Flospital, Thursday morn ing suffering with typhoid fever. Airs. Harvey Kipp, spent Wednes day, at Ghent. Airs. John Walker, and grand daughter Alildred Phykitt, visited friends at Alellenville, Saturday. Aliss Helen Tipple, gave a party Tuesday, to a number of hei young friends. Miss Laura Neefus, of New York, is the guest of Airs. Horace Brown Is Thfs True? Most people are dishonest when they g e t an opportunity o f being so legally, — L ondon Saturday R eview . Deaths. .STOEPEL— A t H a r lem v ille, A u g . 1, Louise H. Stoepel aged 61 years. Funeral from her late residence on Thursday morning at 9 o’clock, standard time. Interment at Pough keepsie. - A r W O R D C O L U M N (Dne Cent a word first Inserllon. . Adaitioaal'Insertions one-bait cent a word. No advertisenenI counted less than 15 words. Miscelianeous. CATTLE BUYERS—If you have any stock for .sale, send us a postal. I will pay you. We buy all kinds of cattle, stock and poultijy. Do not sell before you let us know. HARRY LIEPSHUTZ, 137 Warren St„ Hud son, phone 705-W. LIME TOUR LAND—Ground lime stone analyzing better than ninety- five per cent. (95^%) combined car bonates. So fine that one-third passes two hundred mesh, two- thirds one hundred mesh and none- coarse than twenty mesh. CLIF- FORD L. MILLER.- West For Sale., F O R SA L E —Two horse mowing ma chine, horse rake, cheap. JOHN PETSEL, Germantown, N. Y. Farms For Sale. FRUIT FARMS FOR SALE— Owing to other property interests needing my time and attention, have decided to sell my fruit places in North Ger mantown, N. Y., all near church, school, railroad, stores and steam boat, in center of Hudson valley fruit section. Easy terms. B. C. SNYDER No. GermantOAvn, N. Y. Let The Hudson’* Republican Gor- Stock-poration do yaur printing. _______ WANTED— Second hand upright pi anos in good condition, in exchange for iJlajmrs or phonographs, or cash. Call, phone or write to us what you have got. HIDER’.S MU SIC STORES, INC., 530 Warrert St. Tel. 706. WANTED— To rent a small house or cottage, at or near Lake Charlotte for eight months beginning September 1, Need not be furnished. Address P. O, -> Box 88, Pine Plain.?, N. Y. A BEACH PARTY. A very enjoyable .beach party w a s given along the shore of Kinderhook lake last Saturday night by Air and Mrs Thomas Cauley, of Albany, who are summering there. The warm weather made bathing until a lato hour delightful and an excellent spread was served as a final feature Those present were Air and Mr.s Dr, Bruce and Miss Lida 'White, of Al bany, Miss Helen Atchison and .Tames Scully of Rensselaer, J. AIcCahey of Schenectady, Air and Airs Jame.s E , Muldoon, Miss Florence Muldoon, 5fr and Airs Bernard Riley and Paul E a ton of Hudson. Alderman Discharged. Alderman Aimee Bergeron, charg-r ed with assault, was discharged bfif City Judge John J. Aloy yesterday. ON WEDNESDAY MORNING AT 8.30, SEVEN ULTRA SMART SM GOWNSWILLBEOFFERED FOR : $29.50 I They Are Valued at From $45.00 to $58.00. Now is the time to buy the lovely gowns you wish for. Prices are down to rock bottom, goods are of better quality and bette:^ made than they were dur ing the days of high wages and poor work. Ail the gowns in this group follow closely the season’s favorite styles. They are dresses exceedingly smartifor summer wear and for indoor wear next winter. And now at a price which can not be equaled later. THE FIRST GIRL WHO SEES THIS GOWN of navy blue crepe de chine is sure to buy it. I t is pretty and girlish -with apron front and cuffs outlined with morie ribbon. Gray eerese points edge the organdy collar. Size 36; was $17.50. A BETTY WALES DRESS OF GRAY CREPE DE CHINE is youthfully made with round neck, finely paited waist and tucked skirt. A wide sash of blue taffeta ties over the hips. Size 38, was $45. RICH BROWN CREPE DE CHINE and henna taffeta make a frock of smart lines and lovely colors. The tucked waist and skirt are adorned with flowers of ribbon embroidery. Size 36, w a s $47.50, GIRLISHLY QUAINT DRESS has a basque waist and bonfanette skirt of gray taffeta. A hand em broidered collar, and a ribbon of pe-^ tmiia shade at the waist give a touch of color. Size 18; was $45.00. A SWAGER DRESS of brown and v/hite checked taffeta effects panels which stand out crisply from a brown silk under-skirt. A Tuxedo waist and brown kid belt complete this up-to- the-minute frock, size 18; was $49.50. LV- PLAIN BLACK AND DOTTED CREPE DE CHINE combine to make a charming frock. The overwaist of plain crepe ends in a front panel which drops to the skirt hem. Size 36, was $49.50. SUMMER DRESSES SiO.OO and $11.50 This group inclvdes smart gingham street dresses and afternoon dresses of voile, or gandy and dottecl Siviss. WHITE DRESSES FOR CHILDREN C ul G little drosgeg of roilo or organdy, heruffled and rihbon-trimmed. The eliiUhen Avill get several weeks of summer wear out of them this season, and can wear them for party dresses in winter. §1.98, §2.98, §3.98, §6.50 were $2.98 to $9.00. IF YOU LOVE A D R E S S that is graceful and artistic, he sure to see the gown of Ecru Crepe de Chine. Plowing sleeves, skirt pannels, a sash tied low at the side and flame-colored embroidery on -waist and girdle make this dress unusually effective. Size 38. Price was $58.50. SUMMER FROCKS §15.00 to §20.00 These dresses were designed and made by the Co-Ed and Betty Wale’s Houses—both known for the quality, beauty and style of their garments. WHITE TUB SHIRTS §4.50 and §5.00 In standard styles for street of sports wear. Trimly made of G-ahardine or Surf Satin. They are fashioned on 'tailored lines with button trimmings.