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TEMPERATURE. 3 p. m.—72 above. 3 a. m.—57 above. THE COLUMBIA BEPUBLICAN. THE WEATHER. Fair Tuesday; Wednesday '•cloudy, showers at night. VOLUME Cl. Where You Read It First HUDSON, N. Y., TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 16, 1921. NUMBER 49 X-RAY EXPERT Services of Miss Helen B. Sutherland, Trained [Worker, Have Been Secured. C o m p l y in g w i t h th e re q u e s t o f th e A m e r i c a n C o llege o f S u r g e o n s , w h ic h in s t i t u t i o n is a t t e m p t i n g to im p r o v e a n d s t a n d a r d i s e h o s p i t a l s th r d o u t th e U n i t e d S ta t e s , th e H u d s o n C ity I-Ios- p itad h a s en g a g e d th e se r v ic e s of M iss H e l e n B. S u t h e r l a n d , w h o is a tra i n e d R o e n t g e n o la .g ist a n d la b o r a t o r y w o r k e r . T h e d e m a n d fo r w o r k of th i s c h a .r a c t e r h a s b e c o m e so g r e a t in h o s ­ p i t a l s m a i n t a i n i n g a g e n e r a l serv ice t h a t th e h o a r d o f tru s t e e s d e c id e d to -em p loy a tra i n e d w o r k e r in th e s e d e p a r t m e n t s . ' T h e y h a v e b e e n f o r t u n a t e in e n ­ g a g i n g th e se r v ic e s o f M iss S u t h e r ­ la n d , w h o g r a d u a t e d a s a tra i n e d n u r s e fro m th e N e w P la m p s h i r e T r a i n i n g S c h o o l, C o n c o r d , N . H ., in 3 915, a n d w a s re g i s t e r e d in t h a t S t a te the. s a m e y e a r . S h e s u b s e q u e n t l y to o k a p o s t ­ g r a d u a t e c o u r s e in n u r s i n g a t th e W o m a n ’s H o s p i ta l , N e w Y o r k city ; se r v e d w ith th e B r i t i s h a n d A m e r i ­ ca.)! e x p e d i t i o n a r y fo r c e s fro m .Jan u ­ a r y , 1916, to Ju n e , 1919, a n d th e n d e v o t e d h e r s e l f to p r i v a t e n u r s i n g a t H m 'o n , S o u th D a k o ta . K a r ly in th e p r e s e n t y e a r sh e e n ­ te r e d th e P r o v i d e n c e H o s p i ta l, W a s h ­ in g t o n , D. C., to p e r f e c t h e r s e l f la b o r a t o r y a n d X - r a y te c h n iq u e . She is 'a w o m a n o f w id e e x p e r ie n c e , co m e s h i g h l y re c o m m e n d e d a n d is w e ll q u a l i f i e d fo r th e w o r k sh e h a s u n d e r ­ ta k e n . T h e c i tizen s o f H u d s o n h a v e r e a ­ so n to b e p r o u d o f a h o s p i t a l w h i c h i.s k e p t a b r e a s t o f th e tim e s a n d Which the medical and surgical needs o f th e c o m m u n i t y a r e so w e ll p r o ­ v i d e d fo r . HEKRYP. DAVISON'S COHDITIOM'VERY 6000' “Everything Very Favor­ able’’ in Banker’s Case, is Statement at , Hospital. WORLD DEBT TO U.S. FIRMS SHOW INCREASE W a s h i n g t o n , A u g . 15— W o r ld tra d e d e b t o r s in c r e a s e d th e i r o b l ig a tio n s to A m e r i c a n b u s in e s s c o n c e r n s b y $1,- 500,000 in th e la s t fiscal year. T h e fe d e r a l re s e r v e b o a r d ’s official e s t i ­ m a t e s to d a y s h o w e d th a t th i s tr e m e n ­ d o u s b u y i n g o f A m e r ic a n g o o d s a c r e d i t b a s is h a d f u r t h e r sw o llen A m e r i c a ’s fa v o r a b l e tra d e b a l a n c e a g a i n s t th e w o r ld to $4,500,000,000. A n d th i s re p r e s e n t s m o n e y , d u e A m e r ­ ic a n b u s i n e s s c o n c e r n s , th a t is e n t i r e ­ ly “ u n f u n d e d ” a n d m e r e l y s t a n d s to ­ d a y a s p r o m i s e s to p a y w h e n w o r ld e x c h a n g e d iso r d e r s a r e c o r r e c t e d . T h e d e b t s re p r e s e n t e d b y th i s u n ­ fu n d e d b a la n c e a r e a t p r e s e n t u n c o l ­ le c t ib l e b e c a u s e o f th e co n d i ti o n fo r e i g n fin a n c e s . T h e b a l a n c e d u e trade accounts is in addition to the more th a n $10,000,000,000 d u e th e H. S. g o v e r n m e n t in w ar loans. Ameri­ ca’s c r e d i t s to th e r e s t o f th e w o rld , th e r e f o r e , iv h ich still re m a i n to be pa.5d to d a y s t a n d s a t $4,.500,000,000, H'he fe d e r a l re s e r v e b o a r d to d a v fo r th e first tim e , in a re v ie w o f th e a t i o n , a d m i t t e d th a t so m e A m e r ican m e n a c i n g fe a t u r e s of th i s c r e d it situ c o n c e r n s a l r e a d y h a v e reco g n ized th a t in th e s e s t u p e n d o u s su m s o f fo r ­ eign o b l ig a tio n s th e r e a r e m a n y b a d d e b ts a n d a b s o lu t e losses. MAY FIGHT SERVICE CHARGE IN NEWBURGH N e w b u r g h c ity officials a r e c o n te m ­ p l a t i n g fig h ti n g th e n e w 40 c e n ts m o n t h l y se r v ic e c h a r g e b e i n g su b s t i - tiJted b y th e C e n t r a l H u d s o n G a s & H l e c t r i c Co’rp o r a t i o n o f th a t citv fo r th e fo r m e r m i n im u m r a t e o f 50 cen ts a m o n t h . C ity A t t o r n e y R . A. E g a n h a s b e e n a s k e d fo r a n o p in io n as to th e le g a l i t y o f su c h a se r v ice c h a r g e . ih e iS e v ,'burgh o fficials p o in t to a d c o s i o n re c e n t l y h a n d e d dow n b v S u - , C o u r t J u s t i c e Jo s e p h ‘a f o r - ^ c h a u s e r o f thi.s city w h e r e i n a li<i]u m g c o m p a n y o f t h e v illa g e o f P a w l i n - se r v i c e c h a r g e a f t e r th e P u b l i c S e i- -o m m issio n h a d a p p r o v e d it. <^aEBRAliDlM^ 89TH BIRTHDAY M y r o n S a b i n o f .!.lbin o f fteh e n e c tad y . M r S a b in w a s th e re c i p i e n t o f m a n y g i f t s fro m f.'-lends a n d re la tiv e s . TO FILL VACANCY IN COUNCIL TO-NIGHT n l i i l i T Y a n n p u s f n of th e G o m m o n C o u n c il h a s c a lle d a sp e - c o l m e e e t i n g of th a t b o d y fo r th i s e v e n in g fo r th e p u r p o s e o f fillin g a re s i g n a t i o n o f Srot WaS:\ “ N e w Y o r k , A u g . 15.— T h e co n d itio n of H e n r y P . D a v iso n , m e m b e r o f J. P. M o r g a n & Co., w h o u n d e r w e n t a n o p e r a t i o n in R o o s e v e lt H o s p i t a l on F r i d a y , w a s “v e r y g o o d ,” it w a s sa id a t th e h o s p i t a l th i s m o r n in g . I t w a s a d d e d t h a t “e v e r y t h i n g is vei-y f a ­ v o r a b l e . ” T h o m a s W . L a m e n t , one o f t h e M o r ­ g a n p a r t n e r s , sa id th i s m o r n i n g th a t M r D a v iso n h a d h a d a g o o d n i g h t a n d t h a t th e su r g e o n s in c h a r g e o f th e case h a d informed him th i s morning th a t h i s co n d i t io n w a s e n t i r e l y s a t i s ­ fa c t o r y . M r L a m e n t a d d e d th a t th o u g h t M r D a v iso n ’s co n d itio n w a s so s a t i s f a c t o r y th a t th e r e w o u ld be n o m o r e fo r m a l b u l le tin s issu e d c o n ­ c e r n i n g hiS p r o g r e s s . D r. L e w e lly n F . B a r k e r , o f J o h n s H o p k i n s U n iv e r s ity , o n e o f th e te n d i n g p h y s ic i a n s , s t a r t e d y e s t e r d a y a f t e r n o o n fo r h i s su m m e r cam p G e o r g ian B a y , O n t a r io . A c a b l e g r a m w a s re c e iv e d a t th e D a v iso n h o m e to - d a y fro m H a r r y P . D a v iso n , J r . , w h o is in F r a n c e . H e w ill sa il fro m th e r e th i s w e e k . Y o u n g D a v iso n w a s g r a d u a t e d fro m T r i n i t y C o llege, C a m b r i d g e , M a s s., a n d w e n t to F r a n c e to fin i s h h is stu d ie s . H e w a s t o sta y th e r e u n t i l the. en d o f t h e CINCINNATI MAN NOT BADLY HURT Jos. Wise Hit by Auto, Tos­ sed in Air and Then Landed on the Auto Eadiator. ERIER.R.lEliSES SHOPS IN IURI0N,0. M a r io n , O h io, A u g . 15— T h e E r i e Railroad company today announced that Is local shops and round house h a d b e e n le a s e d b y th e R a i l w a y S e r ­ vice c o m p a n y o f M a r io n a n d w o u ld be operated by that concern beginning im m e d i a te l y . T h e R a i l w a y Service c o m p a n y is a n o r g a n iz a tio n fo u n d e d b y lo c a l m a n u f a c t u r e r s a n d c a p i t a l i s t s a n d w ill t a k e o v e r a ll re p a i r a n d o t h e r w o r k d o n e in th « sh o p s . A n n o u n c e m e n t of th e p l a n p f o p ­ e r a t i o n o f th e sh o p s w a s m a d e her-a to d a y by W . A. B a ld w in , m a n a g e r of th e O h io re g io n o f th e ra i l r o a d , w h o d e c la r e d t h a t a l l re p a i r w o r k fo r m e r ­ ly d o n e h e r e b j’’ t h e ra i l r o a d w o u ld b e c o n t in u e d u n d e r d ire c ti o n o f th e n e w co m p a n y . B e t w e e n 400 a n d 500 persons now are employed in the sh o p s . M r B a l d w in ’s s t a t e m e n t sa id th a t th e p l a n w a s a d o p te d w ith ij|'h e id e a th a t “lo c a l c o n d itio n s c a n b ^ t b e a p ­ p r e c i a t e d a n d m o s t in t e ll ig e n tl y m e i b y th e knowledge a n d in t e r e s t of lo ­ ca l su p e r v isio n a n d s u p p o r t . ” M u c h o f th e m a i n t e n a n c e a n d c o n s tr u c ti o n w o r k o f th e ra i l r o a d h a s h e r e t o f o r e b e e n d o n e b y c o n t r a c t o r s in c o m m u n i­ tie s th r o u g h w h i c h th e ro a d ru n s . T h e co n d itio n of Jo s e p h Wise, C in c in n a ti, w h o w a s s t r u c k by a n i to m o b ile y e s t e r d a y n o o n a t C lerm o n t, w a s su c h la s t w e e k a t th e h o s p i t a l th a t it is ex p e c te d h e w ill b e a b le to leav e th e in s t i t u t i o n in a few days. N o t a b o n e w a s b r o k e n a n d D r. W h i t - b e c k , w h o a t t e n d e d h im , fo u n d no se r io u s in.iuries of a n y k in d . W ise, w h o is a h e a v ily b u il t, d a r k c o m p lex io n e d stra n g e r , w a s h i t by an a u to m o b ile d r iv e n b y F r e d e r i c k A. G o iter, 127 A lb a n y S t , A lb a n y , N . Y., a s h e w a s w a l k i n g a l o n g th e State, ro a d a t C le r m o n t villag e . M r G o iter, w h o re p o r t e d th e a c c i­ d e n t to C h ief C ruise, also b r o u g h t th e in j u r e d m a n to th e h o s p i t a l a n d se ­ c u r e d fo r h i m th e b e s t o f care. H e sa i d th a t a s h e tu r n e d h is c a r to one sid e of th e ro a d to p a s s a n o t h e r a u ­ to m o b ile, h is c a r s t r u c k th e m a n a .‘second a f t e r h e h a d first seen h im . T h e le f t m u d - g u a r d a n d le f t la m p h i t W ise, s t r i k i n g h i m in th e m id d le o f th e b a c k . T h e m a n Avas to s s e d up in th e a i r a n d c o m in g dow n h e s t r u c k th e r a d i a t o r o f th e ca r , b a d l y sm a s h ­ in g it in. PLANS HOME WIN To Take Place in the Village On Saturday and Sun­ day, August 20th and 21st. RECOMMENDED BY THE REPUBIICANS The City-<Jominittee to Com­ plete the Ticket With Final Designations To-day. T h e R e p u b lic a n city c o m m i tte e h a s re c o m m e n d e d th e fo llo w in g to th e e n r o lle d v o t e r s o f th e city. IL u n d e r s t o o d th a t th e city tic k e t AA'ill be c o m p le te d to d a y Avhen d e s ig n a ­ tio n s w ill be m a d e fo r S u p e r v iso r a n d A ld e r m a n in th e S e c o n d W a r d : — P r e s i d e n t o f B o a r d of A ld e r m e n — C o rtez L . B u c k m a n . S u p e r v iso r s . F i r s t W a r d — P a t r i c k H ig g in s T h i r d W a r d — R a l p h H a m . F o u r t h W a r d — M a r ti n P r o p s l. Fifth Ward—Hai’Old Young. A ldciTOcn. F i r s t W a r d — ^Abram P a n u s h . Third Ward—Fred. Unger. F o u r t h W a r d — G e o rg e C. M iller. F i f t h W a r d — C h a r le s P a n i g o t. ANDTHEGATUME BACA--400 MILES O n J u l y 12 C a lvin H . T a y lo r m o v e d Avith h is fa m ily to B u f f a l o , a n d to o k Avith th e m a p e t c a t which esc a p e d s h o r t l y a f t e r th e y re a c h e d th e i r new h o m e . T h e fa m i l y th o u g h t th e p o o r c r e a t u r e Avas e i t h e r fro z e n o r sta r v e d to d e a t h a n d h a d g ty e n u p a l l h o p e s o f e v e r se e in g o r h e a r i n g o f it a.gain. L a s t T u e s d a y morning the nearly s t a i ’ATd c a t a r r i v e d a t h e r old h o m e o n G r e e n s t r e e t o c c u p ied hy D r. T a y ­ lo r a n d fa m ily . S h e w a s id e n tifie d m a n y Avays b y fa m ily a n d n e i g h ­ b o r s . P a r t o f one o f h e r e a r s h a s b e e n fro z e n off, sh o w in g sh e s u f ­ fe r e d in te n s e ly fro m th e sev e r e cold A v eather on th e f i r s t p a r t o f h e r se v e n - m o n t h s ’ jo u r n e y . A neightoor re m a r k e d th a t a g r e a t e r e v id e n c e of a n i m a l d e \ 'o tio n h a d n e v e r b e e n \ 'i t - n e s s e d . WOMAN CAUSED SOME EXCITEMENT C h ief C r u ise re c e iv e d a te le p h o n e m e s s a g e la s t eA 'en ing th a t a A v o m a n g o in g fro m place, to p l a c e in th e v ic in i ty of H o m e s te a d P a r k , a s k in g fo r lo d g i n g fo r th e n ig h t. In th a t se c tio n th e y th o u g h t sh e AA’a s a c ti n g su s p icio u s lj'’ t h a t th e y fe a r e d foi* h e r safety . T r a f f ic O fficer H a ig-ht a n d P a t r o l m a n C u roio Avent to th e scen e a n d fo u n d a m i d d le - a g e d H u d - w o m a n w a s t h e cause- o.f t h e ti'Oublo. They brought her to pollice head q u a r ters AYherc. she AYES ques­ tioned and later alloAved to go. She said she had walked so far out in the u p p e r p a r t of t h e C ity t h a t S h e d id n o t b e l i e v e s h e c o u l d w a l k b a c k a n d SO had asked for lodging. S h e said room on aouth Front St. 1,600,000 REMAIN SINGLE AFTER 45 W a s h in g to n , A u g . IG— “ I n s u f f e r a b l e lo n e s o m e n e s s ” o f th e u n m a r r i e d s t a t e noAV en f o ld s m o r e th a n 1,600,000 w o ­ m e n a n d m e n o v e r 45 y e a r s o f age, it is shoAVn in re p o r t s of th e U n it e d States census bureau today. Insuf­ fe r a b l e lo n e s o m e n e s s w a s th e te r m u s e d by D r. G e o r g e P . H a r d i n g , fa t h - «P Of P r e s i d e n t H a r d i n g , in ex p l a in in g ?»ls m a r r i a g e a t 76, to M iss S e v e rns, More than 100,000 m e n o f about Dr. H a r d i n g ’s ag e p e r io d n o w a r e listed a s bachc'loi's th e o f f ic ia l re c o r d s show. A n e a r l y equal n u m b e r o f Avo- m e n o f 64 y e a r s o f ag e o r m o r e also a r e u n m a r r i e d . A n d still la r g e r number of men and Avomen o v e r 50 a r e w i t h o u t mates as a result o f di­ v o r c e o r d e a th . T h e s e fig u res a r e p r e l i m i n a r y e s t i ­ m a t e s o f th e 1920 cen s u s re t u r n b a s e d on p a r t i a l re t u r n s of tlie re c e n t c e n ­ su s a n d p r o p o r t i o n s o b ta i n e d in th e p r e c e d i n g c e n s u s . T h e official r e ­ tu r n s c o m p iled by th e cen s u s b u r e a u Avill n o t be a v a i la b le fo r seA'eral m o n th s . T h e r e a r e noAv in th e TTnited S ta te s a p p ro x im .d tely 960,000 m e n of 45 y e a r s of a g e o r m o r e w h o n e v e r e n te r e d m a trim o n y . F o r th e c o r ­ re s p o n d in g ag e g r o u p , th e n u m b e r of u n m a r r i e d w o m e n is a p p r o x im a t e ly 712,000. A b ig H o m e C e le b r a tio n is to ta k e p lace in M a r tin d a le, S a t u r d a y a n d S u n d a y , A u g u s t 20 a n d 21. A n e l a ­ b o r a t e p r o g r a m b e g in n in g 2 p. m ., on S a t u r d a y a n d c o n ti n u in g u n t i l S u n ­ d a y ev e n in g , h a s b e e n a r r a n g e d . A ll th e m e ^ i n g s w ill b e h e ld in th e M a r - tin d a l e c h u r c h to w h i c h th e p u b li c in v ited . A m o n g th e sp e a k e r s w ill be Ju d g e S ilas A. R o b in s o n , w h o is th e son oi th e R e v . D a n ie l R o b in s o n , th e first p a s t o r o f th e M a r tin d a le c h u r c h . H e re s id e d a t M a r tin d a le fro m 1853 to 1855, w a s e d u c a te d a t v a r io u s in s t i t u ­ tio n s in N e w Y o r k a n d C o n n e c ticu t, c h o o s in g la w a s h i s p r o f e s s io n . In 1SG4 h e s e t t l e d in M id d leto w n , C o n n . H e w a s e le c te d J u d g e o f P r o b a t e in 1878, b e c a m e M a y o r o f M iddletoAvn in 1880; Avas a p p o in t e d a ju d g e of tlu*. Supi-em e C o u r t in 1890, a n d se n 'o d in th a t c a p a c ity u n til a p p o in t e d th e S u p r e m e C o u r t o f th e S tate, Avhich p o s itio n u n t i l re t i r e d b y th e c o n s ti tu ­ tio n a l a g e lim it. T h e g e n e r a l c o m m itte e is com p o s e d of F r e n d E . M ichael, M e rv in J. S p a id a n d J o s e p h M. M u r p h y . T h e p r o g r a m : A u g u s t 20 th — 2 :00 p. m . R e u n io n (T h e R e c e p tio n C o m m itte e re c e iv ­ in g ) ; S i n g i n g _ “ S h o u ld A u ld A c - q a in ta n c e b e F o r g o t . ” Im p r o m p t u sp e e c h e s . 2:30 p. m . T h e T h o u g h t fu l H o u r — ^ In s tr u m e n tal m u s i c ; H y m n 687— “ S w e ll th e A n th e m , Raise th e S o n g ” ; W e lco m e , T h e G e n - ei-ai C o m m itte e ; Solo, M rs L o u is M e r- rifield ; R e a d i n g o f M e s s a g e s ; S ing- ing-.»r-“H o m e S w e e t H o m e ” ; A n ­ n o u n c e m e n ts. R e m a r k s , T. W ilso n P o u c h o r, M. D. A d d r e s s , T h e H o n . S ilas A. R o b in s o n , L. L. D .; su b je c t: “S o m e D u ties a n d R e s p o n s ib iiitie s In c i d e n t to o u r C itiz e n s h ip .” H y m n 6 92— “ G o d B less o u r N a tiv e L a n d . ” ; a d d it io n a l a n n o u n c e m e n t s . 3:30 p. m — ^The S o c ial H o u r , b a s k ­ e t lu n c h ( fr i e n d s , fro m a d ista n c e s u p p l i e d ) : sin g in g , sp e a k in g , v i s i t ­ in g a n d a g e n e r a l go o d tim e . A u g u s t 2 1 s t 10:80 a. m . 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I t is th e i r p l a n to g r a d u a l l y e n l a r g e th e b u s i n e s s to ca r e fo r th e in c r e a s i n g d e m a n d fo r th i s Avell knoAvn ice cre a m . T h e m a n u ­ fa c t u r i n g p l a n t a n d d i s t r i b u t i n g d e ­ p o t o f th e b u s in e s s is lo c a te d in N o r t h G e r m a n t o w n . T h e c r e a m is so ld in p r a c t i c a l l y ev e r y c o m m u n it y in th i s a n d s u r r o u n d i n g c o u n ties. ARMED TRDDPS DN THEBORDER Michigan Confronts Canada With Array of Guns, Police and Sheriffs in New Drive Detroit, Aug. 15.—^Every available S t a t e tro o p e r , d e p u t y s h e r i f f a n d p o ­ lice in C a c o m b .c o u n ty w a s to - d a y flu n g in t o th e b o r d e r d e f e n s e a g a i n s t th e liq u o r flo o d p o u r i n g in fro m C a n ­ a d a . 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W h e n th e g u e s ts a r r i v e d th e y fo u n d th e w h o le p o r c h h a d b e e n co n v e r te d in t o a d i n i n g ro o m a n d th e y w e r e n o t lo n g in g e t t i n g th e i r fe e t u n d e r th e ta b le s . E v e r y o n e ’s a p p e t i t e seem d s h a r p e n e d fo r th.e o c c a s io n a n d th e b o u n t e o u s c h i c k e n d i n n e r , w h i c h w a s p r e c e d e d b y lu s c io u s tu r t l e so u p w a s soo n e n c o m p a s s e d b y th e m e m ­ b e r s o f th e p a r t y . A f t e r th e c i g a r s a n d co f f e e th e g u e s ts s t r o ll e d a b o u t t h e p l a c e a n d a d ­ m i r e d its m a n y attracM v e fe a t u r e s b e ­ fo r e d e p a r t i n g fo r th e i r h o m e s . E n ­ tra n c e to M r M ille r ’s p l a c e is g a i n e d th r u a p r i v a t e ro a d w h i c h b r a n c h e s fro m th e A n c r a m tu r n p i k e so m e tw o th r e e m i l e s fro m th e r e g u l a r L a k e C h a r l o t t e tu r n . 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A s e a r c h w a s m a d e on th e p r e m i s e s a n d it is c l a i m ­ ed, a ll e g e d liq u o r a n d o t h e r “w e t g o o d s ” w e r e fo u n d in t h e b a r n , p a r ­ tic u l a r l y in th e g r a i n box. T h e b o t ­ tles, it is re p o r te d , w e r e m o s tl y e m p ­ ty b u t th e oAYners seem e d con-vinced th a t th e lessee h a d v i o la t e d th e te r m s o f h i s lease. M r H a r d i n g w a s or-< d e r e d to v a c a te a n d th e h o t e l w a s clo s e d on M o n d a y m o r n i n g . COI.RIIOSEVEITTO > OPEN THE FUR I t w a s a n n o u n c e d fo l l o w i n g a m e e t ­ in g a n d c l a m b a k e o f th e D u t c h e s s C o u n ty Agricultural S o c iety h e l d S a t ­ u r d a y a f t e r n o o n on th e fa i r g r o u n d s a t S p r i n g b r o o k Parlv, R h i n e h e c k , that C o lonel T h e o d o r e R o o s e v e lt will fo r ­ m a l l y o p e n th e D u tc h e s s C o u n ty F a i r o n S e p t e m b e r 7. T h e so c iety is a l s o p l a n n i n g to h a v e a n u m b e r o f o t h e r p r o m i n e n t s p e a k e r s a t th e fa i r . C o n g r e s s m a n H a m i l t o n F i s h , J r , , w a s one of th e p r i n c i p a l sp e a k e r s a t th e b a k e . A s s e m b ly m a n J. G r i s w o ld W e b b , p r e s i d e n t of th e society, p r e ­ sid e d a n d a s k e d fo r a n in t e r c h a n g e o f id e a s in re g a r d to th e o p e r a t io n o f th e f a i r th i s y e a r . O t h e r s p e a k e r s w e r e : N . H a r o l d C o ttam , W a p p i n - gers Falls; Benson R. Frost of Rhine- b e c k a n d th e ReA^ F r a n c i s K . L it t l e . Y0UN6MENHEUI FOHBIIANOJIRIYi THE REPUBLICAN EMEMBEf Advance Date of Repeal of Excess Profit Tax and Increase of Corpo­ ration Tax. WILL BUILD ADDITION TO CIGAR FACTORY C a tskill, A u g . 12— C o n v inced th a t C a tskill p o s s e s s e s m a n y ad v a n tages as a manufacturing center, and w ith im- proA'ing business conditions bringing o r d e r s f a r b e j’o n d th e c a p a c it y of th e p r e s e n t p l a n t , th e firm of G. W . V a n Slyke and Horton Co. Jias contracted with tho C^Jatskill S u p p ly C o m p a n y to e n la r g e th e i r c ig a r fa c t o r y on H ill s t r e e t a t once. PURCHASES PROPERTY. A lfre d T. Kendall, the local truck­ m a n , y e s t e r d a y p u r c h a s e d o f M rs L o u ise M iller, th e te n - r o o m re s i d e n c e a t 221 W a r r e n s t r e e t , fo r m e r l y ow n e d b y C h a r l e s B. B e n s o n , o f th i s city. T h e p r o p e r t y h a s h a r d - w o o d floors, a l l m o d e r n co n v e n ien c e s a n d is i n firs t class co n d itio n . W a s h i n g to n , A u g . 15.— T h e R e p u b ­ lic a n m e m b e r s o f t h e H o u s e , in a c a u ­ cus to - d a y , o v e r t u r n e d th e W a y s a n d M e a n s c o m m itte e a n d c h a n g e d th e ta x reA'ision b i l l so a s to m a k e th e re p e a l o f th e excess p r o f i t s a n d th e h i g h e r in c o m e su r t a x e s a n d th e in ­ c r e a s e in th e c o r p o r a t i o n ta x e f f e c ­ tiv e J a n u a r y 1 o f n e x t y e a r , in s t e a d of J a n u a r y 1, 1921. YVhen t h e R e p u b l i c a n m e m b e r s m e t to c o n s id e r th e d r a f t o f th e n e w ta x b ill s u b m i t t e d b y th e W a y s a n d M e a n s c o m m itte e , R e p r e s e n t a t i v e M a n n , o f Illin o is, fo r m e r R e p u b lic a n flo o r le a d e r , im m e d ia t e ly la u n c h e d a fig h t a g a i n s t m a k i n g th e excess p r o f i t s ta x re p e a l re tro a c t iv e . S u p p o r t e d b y R e p r e s e n t a t i v e s F r e a r - a n d S t a f f o r d , o f W isco n s in , M r M a n n ’ w a r n e d R e p u b l ic a n L e a d e r M o n d e ll a n d C h a i r m a n F o r d n e j ', o f th e W a y s anti Means committee, that unless the party caucus changea the date of th e re p e a l a t l e a s t 100 R e p u b l ic a n s members of the House would join Avith the Democrats in securing the adop­terest tion Of the amendment when the bill is v o ted on h y th e w h o le H o u s e . T h e v o t e aaus ' 96 to 87 in th e c a u ­ cu s to ch a n g e th e d a t e in th e b il l a n d then Mr Mondell suggested th a t the othoi’ dates in the hill bo changed to corresisond with the original change. T h i s w a s a u t h o r i z e d bj'’ t h e o t h e r R e ­ publicans. J o h n M c G inness, 19, o f H u d s o n ; P a u l M o r a n , 17, S to tt y ille ; a n d E d ­ w a r d W illiam s , S t u y v e s a n t L a n d in g , w h o w e r e in C la r e n c e H o c t o r ’s stolen, a u t o m o b i l e w h e n it w a s re c o v e r e d fay th e R e n s s e l a e r p o lice e a r l y y e s t r d a y , w r e b r o u g h t b a c k h e r e b y S e r g e a n t were b r o u g h t b a c k k h e r e b y S e r g e a n t S la te r . T h e y fa c e d C ity Ju d g e Moy made against th e trio. They w e r e h e ld in b a il for th e grand jury. M o r ­ an w a s bailed ou t b y relatives y e s ­ terday but th e oth e r tw o AA'ere b e in g h e ld during th e aftern o o n a s they had n o t secured bondsm e n . HAD r T m ARKABLE ESCAPE LAST NIGHT T h r e e re s i d e n t s o f N o r t h C h a t h a m h a d a m i r a c u l o u s escap e fro m d e a t h a b o u t 7 o’clo c k la s t ev e n in g o n t h e ro a d a lo n g th e K in d e r h o o k “fla t s , \ w h e n th e ro a d s t e r in w h ic h th e y w e r e rid i n g w a s sid e - s w iiied by a C a n a d ian , to u r i n g c a r a n d c o m p l e te l y o v e r ­ tu r n e d . T h e r o a d s t e r fe l l so t h a t a l l th e o c c u p a n t s w e r e ja m m e d u n d e r ­ n e a t h . H o w e v e r , th e th r e e m e n c r a w l e d o u t fro m u n d e r th e w r e c k e d c a r w i t h o u t h a r d l y a sc r a t c h . T h e c a r w a s w r e c k e d . T h e o t h e r c a r w a s also th r o w n o f f th e ro a d b u t n o t a p e r s o n w a s in - R e p o r ts w h ich first reach e d H u d - n last n ig h t Avere to th e e f f e c t t h a t several p e r s o n s h a d lo s t th e ir lives. RECENT BIRTHS. A d a u g h t e r , M a d e ly n L o is A llen, in th e C ity H o s p ita l to M r a n d M r s R . P i e r c e A llen. _j, son, C h a r l e s A., to M r a n d M r s A r c h la n d C a tlin, of T o r r i n g t o n , C o n n ., in th e ' C ity H o s p ita l . M r s C a tl i n is a fo r m e r re s i d e n t o f H u d s o n . BEACON ENCOURAGED Poughkeepsie, Aug. 15—^According to adA'ices receiA'ed from the state superintendent of public works, an. Gneourag'ing' ear has been lent tha reneAA'ed e f fo rts o f Beaconites to in­ the state forcefully in p u s h ­ ing the barge canal project. Sup­ erintendent of Public Wol'ks Cadlo Avho inspected the site at Beacon re­ cently has written to Secretary Pow­ ers of the Beacon chamner o f co m ­ merce an “encouraging letter” on tho, results of his trip. AUTOS COLLIDED. T w o a u t o m o b i l e s o w n e d 1 G o o d w in, o f H u d s o n , a n d in n e r , o f C a tsk ill, co l lid e d ',at th e c o r n e r o f C o lu m b ia s t r e e t a n d P a r k p la c e y e s t e r d a y a f t e r n o o n . B o th c a r s w e r e d a m a g e d a b i t b u t no one w a s in j u r e d . T r a f f i c O f f ic e r H a i g h t a n d P a t r o l m a n W in s lo w m a d e a n In v e s ti­ g a t i o n . I b y I 1 M a:

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