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PAGE EIGHT THE COLUMBIA EMPUBLICAlsr, TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1921 OBITUARY ]>IKS E D N A TH O iM P S O K . M r s E d n a T lro m p s o n , of W e s t G h e n t d a u g h t e r o f W illia m V a n D y k e d i e d su d d e n l y S u n d a y e v e n in g w ith lie a r t disease. F u n e r a l se r v ic e s w ill b e co n d u c ted in th e B e t h e l A. M. E . c h u r c h K in - d e r h o o k , W e d n e s d a y a t 3 p. m . R e v . Lt. W a l t e r D e S h ield s w il l officiate. I n t e r m e n t w ill b e in K in d e r h o o k . 2 o ’clo c k T u e s d a y a f t e r n o o n fo llo w ­ in g a lo n g illn e s s fro m b r o n c h i a l tro u b le . T h e d e c e a s e d w a s 84 y e a r s o f ag e a n d s p e n t th e g r e a t e r p a t 't of hl5 lo n g a n d u s e f u l life in th i s city w h e r e fo r m a n y 3 ^ears h e fo llo w e d h i s oc­ c u p a t i o n a s a c a r p e n t e r a n d b u i l d ­ e r u n t i l ill h e a l t h c a m e liis w a y . H e w a s a m a n w h o m a d e a n d h e ld frie n d s w h e r e v e r h e jo r t m e y e d a n d th e n e w s o f h i s d e a t h w ill bring: s o r ­ ro w a n d sa(^.iess to all. B e s id e s h i s w ife h e is s’” -viYed by tw o sons, P le n r y W . an r ' 11a B., b o t h o f H u d s o n . T h e la t ad ju s t re t u r n e d to h i s h o m e h e r t. «*fter r e ­ c e iv in g h i s h o n o r a b l e d isc h a r g e fro m th e U. S. A rm y , h a v i n g se r v e d 27 y e a r s a t a p o s t n e a r S a n F r a n c isc o , C al. A n o t lio r son, W r i g h t B., w a s PK IT Y N V A N ALSTTYNE. T h e f u n e r a l o f P r n y n V a n A lsty n e w a s h e l d a t th e C a th o lic c h u r c h T h u r s d a y 10 a. m . a t V a l a t i e a n d , ( 3 a fro m h i s b i r t h p l a c e , n o w th e tio m e .-aj.o-^ynea a n u m b e r Of y e a r s ago a t o f J a m e s E d w a r d V a n A lsty n e a t s e a t t e . W a s h . S u n n y s id e , a t 3 o’c lo c k p. m . a t w h i c h j ’ fu n e r a l w a s h e ld on S a t- sevvice R e v . M r J a g e r o f ficiated, a n d [ u r d a y a f t e r n o o n a t 2 o’clo c k fro m also a t th e in t e r m e n t in th e fa m i l y i re s i d e n c e . plot in the Kinderhools cemetery. E X - S H E K I F F JO H N M , F E I / T S , J o h n I\L P e l t s a g e d sev e n ty - s e v e n , d i e d a t N e w Y o r k city, A u g u s t tw e n t y - f o u r t h . A t one tin ig h e o p e r ­ a t e d th e o ld sto n e m ill a t C la v e r a c k a n d la t e r w a s s h e r i f f o f C o lu m b ia co u n ty . O f la t e y e a r s h e h a s b e e n c o n n e c te d w i t h a b r o k e r a g e firm on W a l l s t r e e t . H e r e h e a c q u ire d m a n y frie n d s . T h e in t e r m e n t w a s a t E li z a - v ille, N . T . H e is su r v i v e d b y one sistei', E l i z a b e t h A. D u n tz, C h a th a m , P E T E R B . D A V IS. T h e f u n e r a l of P e t e r B. D a v is w a s h e l d fro m h i s la t e h o m e on W a r r e n s t r e e t S a t u r d a j ' a f t e r n o o n a t 2 o’clock. T h e se r v ic e s w e r e a t t e n d e d la r g e l y b y re l a t i v e s a n d frie n d s . T h e R e v W . E . Travel', o f C h u r c h t o w n , o f f i c i a t ­ ed. T h e flo i'al o f f e r in g s were m any a n d o f v a r i o u s d e s ig n s a n d in d i c a te d th e e s t e e m in w h icb h e l d b y a lai'g e circ le o f frie n d s . T h e h o n o r a r y h e a r e r s w e r e M i c h a e l E a i e r , F r e d . H a m , J o s e p h W a y a n d Oliver MacKey. The active hearers w h o o f f i c i a t e d w e r e H e n r y W y a n t , F r e d In g a l l s , C h a r l e s K e l ls a n d J . R i c h a r d s o n . T h e in t e r m e n t w a s in C e d a r P a r k ce m e t e r y . F O R E S ’T T. STHTTTS. F o r r e s t T. S h u t t s d ied a t h is h o m e a t N o r t h H illsd a le on T h u i'sd a y A u g . 18, a f t e r a n illn e s s of se v e r a l yeai-s’ d u r a t i o n w i t h h e a r t d isease. I-Te tire d to h is fa r m a t N o r t h H illsd a le th r e e y e a i’s ag o a f t e r b e in g p r in c ip a l Of t h e sch o o l a t R y e , N . T ., fo r tv /en - ty y e a r s . P r e v io u s l y h e w a s p r i n c i ­ p a l o f th e P lillsd a le sch o o l fo r se v e r ­ a l y e a r s . H e w a s th e so n o f th e la t e .John S e y m o u r S h u t t s , a n d M rs A lice T y ler S h u t ts, w h o su r v i v e s h im , a n d w a s b o r n on th e S h u t t s fa r n ^ in th e n o r t h ­ e a s t e r n p a r t o f th e to w n . Som e y e a r s I a g o h e p u r c h a s e d th e R i c h a r d E v a n s fa r m a t N o r t h H illsd a le. H e is su r v iv e d b y h is w ife, one d a u g h t e r . M iss B e r n ic e , a n d th r e e c h il d r e n b y h i s first w ife. M iss -4n- geline. S h u t t s o f N o r t h H illsd a le , I S h u t t s o f C leveland, O., a n d D A d s \ \ w a s i 7*'- o f A r izo n a , a n d one b r o t h - THE MARKETS E x t r a , h ig h sc o r i n j iSds--:;:;;;:::;:;;:;;; U n s a l te d c r e a m e r y — H igh scoring ...................... s m ^ ^ i r i ; - f l n e s t L a d l e s , c u r , m a k e , fin e s t . P a c k i n g s t o c ’K— No. 1, current m a k e ........ N o . 2, c u r r e n t m a k e ......... Low er grades ................... Pi I I if 26 & @ 29 @ 28 V: 42 @ 45 38 @ 41 . 29 i 33 23 @ 30 26 10 28 18 16 25 22 @ 24 F R A N K N -A W R O C K I. T h e b o d y o f P r a n k N a w r o c k i, w h o w a s k i l le d in a c t i o n in F r a n c e ju s t 21 d a y s b e f o r e th e a r m i s t i c e w a s sig n e d in th e W o r ld w a r , h a s a r r i v e d a t th e h o m e o f h i s p a r e n t s in S tu y v e s a n t a n d th e f u n e r a l se r v i c e s w i ll be .th is rn o r n in g . T h e d e c e a s e d w a s a p r i v a te , firs t class, o f Co. B , 3 1 0 th In f . H e e n t e r e d th e seiw ice in M a y , 1918, a n d a f t e r a s h o r t tr a i n i n g in c a m p in th i s c o u n ­ try , w e n t o v e r s e a s d u r i n g th e su m - B e s id e s h i s p a r e n t s , h e is su r v iv e d b y fo u r b r o t h e r s , G e o rge, A n th o n y , W a l t e r a n d Jo s e p h , o f S t o tt v i ll e ; six siste r s , M r s Jo s . Ig n a s h e r , S t u y v e s a n t ; M r s M a r t i n N o w a k , M r s F r a n k N o ­ w a k a n d M rs, E d w a r d L ib r ic k , o f V a ­ la t i e ; M r s A r t h u r N o w a k a n d M iss A n n ie N a w r o c k i, o f S tu y v e s a n t alls. er, C h a r le s P . S h u t t s , of N o r t h H i lls- Tlie funeral w h ic h w a s p r i v a t e wa; held from his latp home, Satiirciay afternoon. jBurial w a s a t N o rth Eg- re m o n t. M a s s . G E O R G E OSTRANDER. G e o r g e O s t r a n d e r , o f C h a t h a m , a n d w e l l k n o w n in H u d s o n , d ie d in .*“■ P e t e r s H o spital. ’Albany,,,. Sunday m o r n i n g fo l l o w in g c o m p lic a ti o n s a l - ^leged to h a v e b e e n b r o u g h t o n by a i l m e n t s c o n t r a c t e d d u r i n g h i s s e r ­ v i c e s o v e r s e a s w i t h th e A. E . F . T h e d e c e a s e d fo r so m e tim e w a s em p l o y ­ e d a s c h e f in th e lu n c h r o o m h e r e o f h i s b r o t h e r - i n - l a w , E d w a r d D e n n e y , la t e r h e w e n t to A lb a n y iv h e r e h e em p l o y e d in th e C e n tra l L u n c h r o i D u r i n g th e w a r h e w a s a m e m b e r of th e 2 0 th E n g i n e e r s a n d h a d b e e n g-assed s e v e r a l tim e s . H e w a s a b o u t 32 y e a r s o f age. T h e f u n e r a l w i l l b e h e l d on W e d n e s d a y a f t e r n o o n a t 2 o’clo c k fro m th e h o m e o f h i s p a r e n t s in C h a t h a m . T h e L e ­ g io n p o s t o f th a t p la c e w ill a s s i s t in th e serv ices. JO H N K U K O N . T h e b o d y o f J o h n K u k o i ^ w h o m e t h i s d e a t h a t R l i i n e b e c k S a t u r d a y n i g h t w h e n s t r u c k b y a s p e e d in g a u ­ to m o b ile, w a s in t e r r e d in V iew m o n te c e m e t e r y , G e r m a n t o w n , T u e s d a y a f ­ te r n o o n w i t h th e h i g h e s t m i l i t a r y h o n o r s , tlie d e c e a s e d h a v i n g b e e n a veteran of th e W o rld W a r. The fu n ­ e r a l serv ices w e r e h e l d in th e \ theran church, Viewmonte and were very largely attended. The Rev. M r Killar, assisted b y the Rev. W ._ E . T r a v e r , o f ficiated. M r s F l o y d M o o re s a n g “F a c e to F a c e ” a n d th e ch o i r re n d e r e d “ S o m e tim e Y o u W ill U n ­ d e r s t a n d ” a n d se v e r a l o t h e r se le c ­ tio n s . T h e R e v . M r T r a v e r sp o k e fe e l in g ly o f th e d e p a r te d , ‘ w h o w a s b u t 33 y e a r s of age, a n d -who h a d se r v e d in F r a n c e w i t h th e 9 th In f ., S e c o n d D iv ision. T h e G e r m a n t o w n A m e r ic a n L e g io n P o s t a t t e n d e d th e serv ices in a b o d y and fu r n i s h e d th e firin g sq u a d . M R S J VMES HTGGTNS. M rs Jam e s Higgins, for m a n y years a w e ll k n o w n re s i d e n t of N o r t h Third street, this cits^ d ied s u d d e n l y S u n ­ day m o rning in H a rtford, Conn., af­ t e r a v e r y s h o r t illn e s s . T h e n e w s of h e r death cam e as a shock to h e r _____ legion of friends in H u d son who had h e l d i b e e n a w a r e e v e n of h e r illn e s s She was 57 y e a r s of ag e . M r s H i g g i n s u p to a b o u t fo u r t e e n m o n t h s ag o h a d re s i d e d h e r e , w h e r e sh e s p e n t p r a c t i c a l l y h e r e n t i r e life. S h e w a s a w o m a n w h o , b y h e r e v e r c h e e r f u l d isp o s it i o n a n d k i n d l y deeds, m a d e a n d h e ld frie n d s ev e r y w h e r e . H o w e v e r , it w a s in th e h o m e t h a t th i s g o o d w o m a n fo u n d life ’s g r e a t e s t h a p p in e s s . F o r m a n y y e a r s sh e w a s a d e v o te d m e m b e r o f St. M a r y ’s c h u r c h o f H u d s o n a n d th e fu n e r a l serv ices w ill b e h e l d fro m h e r e a t 9 o ’clo c k o n W e d n e s d a y m o r n in g . W . J . M c ­ D o n a ld , lo c a l u n d e r t a k e r , le f t S u n - / d a y fo r H a r t f o r d a n d b r o u g h t th e b o d y h e r e M o n d a y . T h e d e c e a s e d is ^ s u r v iv e d b y h e r husband, th ree sons, Jam e s, Jo h n and d a u g h t e r s , 1MR.S W H j I i IA M K I V E N B U R G H . T h e f u n e r a l o f M r s W illia m R iv e n - burgh, form e rly of G e rm antow n , took place on Sunday afternoon from her la t e h o m e n e a r M a d a lin . S h e w a s a w o m a n of e x c e lle n t q u a l itie s a n d h a d a la r g g circ l e o f frie n d s . A ll t h r o u g h h e r illn e s s sh e su f f e r e d w i t h p a t ie n c e a n d w h il e sh e h a d b e e n ill fo r so m e tim e , h e r death, c a m e u n e x p e c te d l y o n T h u r s d a y . T h e R e v . B. F . W h ite, p a s t o r of th e G e r m a n t o w n R e f o r m e d •ch u r c h c o n d u c te d th e se r v i c e s a n d th e M isses M a u d e a n d H a z e l F i n g a r a n d A. P . D i s h e r s a n g “L e a d K in d l y L i g h t ” a n d “N e a r e r M y G o d T c T h e e .” T h e b e a r e r s w e r e H e n r y R . L a w r e n c e , C la u d i u s R . H o v e r , J o n a s F . P o t t s , S a n ford W. Coons, Leland L . C r a w f o r d a n d A. P . D i s h e r , m e m ­ b e r s o f H a lc y o n lo d g e , I. O. O. F . T h e re m a i n s w e r e p l a c e d in th e r e ­ c e i v i n g v a u l t in th e R e d c h u r c h c e m ­ e tery . T h e d e c e a s e d w a s 52 y e a r s of ag e . S h e is su r v i v e d b y h e r h u s b a n d a n d tw o d a u g h te r s , M iss C a r r i e R i v - e n b u r g h , a n d M r s C lau d e P o t t s , b o t h o f M a d a lin . P E T E R BEN JA IV IIN D A V IS. P e t e r B e n ja m i n D a v is p a s s e d a w a y a t h i s h o m e , 35 9 W a r r e n St., a b o u t fro m th e th e a t r e . F r a n c i s , a n d th r e e d a u g h t e r s , C a th ’er- in e a n d M a r y P liggins, a n d M r s 3 S e a m a n , a l l of H a r t f o r d , C o n n . M B S M A K GxVRET M c K E N N A . M r s M a r g a r e t M c K e n n a , p r o b a b ly th e o ld e s t re s i d e n t o f t h e city o f H u d ­ son, q u i e tl y p a s s e d a w a y a t h e r h o m e , 53 U n io n stre e t , e a r l y S a t u r d a y m o r n ­ in g fo llo w in g a n illn e s s o f m a n y m o n t h s . S h e w a s b o r n in D e r r y b o y , C o u n ty D o w n , N o r t h Ire l a n d , n i n e t y - s e v e n y e a r s ag o , b u t c a m e to th i s c o u n ty w h e n b u t a y o u n g lad y . S h e m a r r i e d th e la t e J o h n M c K e n n a , w h o w a s a w e ll k n o w n s p i n n e r in th e S to ttv ille m ills. H e d ie d a b o u t 29 y e a r s ag o . F o r t y - s e v e n y e a r s o f lo n g a n d u s e ­ fu l life w a s s p e n t in H u d s o n w h e r e sh e m a d e a n d h e l d a g r e a t circ le of frie n d s b y h e r e v e r c h e e r f u l d i s p o s i­ tio n a n d h e r c o itn tless d e e d s o f k i n d ­ ness. F o r h e r no jo u r n e y w a s to o long, no n i g h t to o d a r k , n o ta s k to o d i f f i c u l t, if w h e r e b y sh e m i g h t le n d a h e l p i n g h a n d to frie n d o r stra n g e r . S h e w a s a w o m a n o f th e h i g h e s t ty p e a n d th e w o r l d is b e t t e r t h a t t h i s good C h ristian wom an lived. S h e w a s a f a i t h f u l m e m b e r o f St. Mary’s church and exemplified her religion in h e r hom e and daily life, a l w a y s w il l in g to le n d h e r h e l p to a n y n e e d y in d iv i d u a l. S h e is su r v i v e d h y a d a u g h t e r , M rs J a m e s B r e n n a n , o f G a lesb u r g , 111.,; a g r a n d d a u g h t e r , M rs W i llia m F e r g u ­ son, o f W a te r v li e t, a n d a g r e a t - g r a n d ­ d a u g h t e r , M a r g a r e t F e r g u s o n , also of W a t e r v lie t. I'SSas':;:::;: iSsii: 5 5 f ” f S . a i i r i U a r w 'W c s t - K 8 i F irsts ..................................... 47 (U> 50 S tate, Pa. and nearby g a th ­ ered white. ........................... 47 @ 54 State, Pa. and nearby hen­ nery brown, fancy 4G @8 4 State, Pa. and nearby brown and ini.xed colors, fancy. 42 @ 45 State, Pa. and nearby brown to ex tr a firsts ....................... 33 41 il'.o’-af itrfo'Sor;.:: IS S « W estern corn fed— s V broilers ............................... N ^ a r b ^ b r o . l e f s , ' d f y ' p ic k e d 30 @ 35 36 @ ^ TO ADVERTISE STATE’S TRANS­ PORTATION SYSTEM R e p r e s e n t a t i v e s of le a d in g civic o r g a n iz a tio n s m e t re c e n t l y in th e M a n ­ h a t t a n C lub, N e w Y o r k City* u n d e r th e le a d e r s h i p o f th e H u d s o n V a lley F e d e r a t e d C h a m b e r o f C o m m e rce, to o r g a n iz e -a c a m p a ig n to a d v e r tise to th e n a t i o n th e tra n s p o r t a t i o n fa c i l i ­ ties o f th e E m p i r e S tate. I t tv a s th e opinion of those p resent th a t the B a r g e C a n a l, th e H u d s o n R i v e r a n d .p o rt a d v a n t a g e s o f th e m e tro p o lis w e r e n o t as w e ll recognized as th e y sh o u ld be, w i t h th e re s u l t th a t v a r i ­ ous o t h e r tra n s p o r t a t i o n routes, such as th e p r o p o s e d St. L a w r e n c e C a n a l, were being given u n d u e p r o m in e n c e to th e d i s a d v a n ta g e o f __New Y o r k I t was d e c id e d to h o ld a g e n e r a l co n f e i'en c e in A lb a n y n e x t m o n th , in - \’jtin'ei ^ r e p r e s e n ta tiv e s of civic Or­ g a n iz a ti o n s fro m a ll se c tio n s o f th e s t a t e a n d tra n s p o r t a t i o n co m p a n ie s in th e c o m m o n w e a l th to d iscu s s w a y s a n d m e a n s fo r g iv in g p r o p e r p u b li c ity to N ew Y o r k route.s. O n e p r o p o s a l w a s to p l a n a n e x c u r s ic n th r o u g h th e s t a t e fo r sh i p p e r s a n d le g islato r s , to sh o w th e ra i l a n d w a t e r ro u t e s b e tw e e n th e la k e s a n d th e se a b o a r d th r o u g h th e E m p i r e S tate. Jojxn D. D u n lo p , o f N y a c k , c h a i r ­ m a n o f th e H u d s o n V a lley F e d e r a t e d C h a m b e r of t;o m m e r c e tra n s p o r t a t i o n c o m m itte e , w a s n a m e d c h a i r m a n of a c o m m i tte e to a r r a n g e fo r th g s u g ­ g e s te d c o n f e r e n c e . 37 @ 38 23 @ 26 60 lbs. to dgz. and o v e r .. 33 @ 39 U n d e r 30 lbs. to doz., lb . . 25 @ 28 W e s tern cora fed— 60 lbs. & over to doz., Ib.. U n d e r 30 lbs, to doz., l b ... f o w l s , dry packed, bbls.— W e stern— D. R., 5 lbs. each, Ib .................. <Sp 38 D. r „ 3 lbs. & under, lb . . 24 ® 28 W ’n & S’n scalded .............. 2S ^ 35 FOW L S, dry packed, kegs—*• W ’n, mixed w e ights .......... 30 @ 36 Southern ................................... 30 @ 34 S’n sm a ll ................................... 26 ^ 30 FOW L S, iced, bbls.— W’n and S’n, dry picked— 5 lbs. each and over........... 37 (g) 3 Jbs. each and under . . . . 24 @ 27 W ’n & S'n scalded ............... 25 @ 35 OLD COCKS— W e stern— D ry picked, barrels ........... 24 @ 25 Scalded, barrels ................... 21 & 23 Iced, b a rrels ....................... 22 @ 24 ^ TURKEYS— W ’n & S’n, average, lb . . . . 32 @ 38 Poor, lb ............................... •... 25 @ 30 DUCKS— L. I. spring ..................................... @ 23 Boston spring, per lb. . . . . 25 @ 26 V e g e ta b le s Beans, per b a s k e t .......... 1 00 ® 3 50 C arrots, 100 bchs ............. 2 00 @ 3 00 Jersey, large, 100 e a r s . . . 2 00 @ Jersey, m edium , 100 ears 1 25 @ 1 75 Jersey, srpall, 100 ears .. 50 @ 1 B a s k e t ................................... 25 ~ \ Cucum bers, bskt. or crate. 25 B a rrels ................................. 50 Celery, state, per crate . . . 1 00 P e r bunch ........................... 10 Cabbage, per crate . ................ 1 00 P e r barrel ........................... 1 00 P e r 100 ................................. 2 00 E g g p lants, per carrier . . . . 75 Garlic, dom estic, pound .. 7 Leeks, per 100 bunches .. 1 00 Lim a beans, bskt. or crate 1 00 i I ADDISON B. PARKER JOINED 4TH ESTATE A d d iso n B . P a r k e r , fo r m e r d e p u ty s e c r e t a r y o f s t a t e in th e H u g o a d m i n ­ is t r a t i o n e n t e r e d thp. n e w s p a p e r b u s i ­ n e s s M o n d a y , w h e n h e a s s u m e d th e general management of ’W a t e r t o ’wm S t a n d a r d . H i s a s s o c ia tio n w i t h th e a f t e r n o o n n e w s p a p e r w ill n o t co n f lic t W ith th e c o n d u c t o f h is p r i n t i n g b u s i­ n e s s in W a t e r t o w n . P r e v i o u s to h i s l o c a t io n in A lb a n y in 1914, w h e n h e was a p p o i n t e d d e p u t y b y fo r m e r S e c r e t a r y o f S ta te H u s'o, M r. P a r k e r liv e d in W a t e r t o w n a n d is W idely know n th r o u g h o u t n o rthern N e w Y o r k . G e o r g e A. G lynn, chiN r- m a n o f th e s t a t e R e p u b l i c a n c o m m i t­ tee, is p a r t o w n e r o f th e S ta n d a r d . M r P a r k e r h a s been ac tiv e in s t a t e p o litic s f o r m a n y y e a r s a n d h a n d l e d th e g u b e r n a t o r i a l c a m p a i g n la s t y e a r fo r S e c r e t a r y H u g o . M a rlcctiiig- a t N ig h t. M a r k e t i n g a t n i g h t is a n e w d e v e l­ o p m e n t in th e c o m m e r c i a l a f f a irs of A lb a n y , a n d o n e th a t h a s a l r e a d y g r o w n to p o r t e n t o u s p r o p o r tio n s . F a r m e r s w h o fo r m e r l y a r r i v e d a t th e p u b lic m a r k e t a t m id n ig h t , n o w a r ­ riv e e a r l y in th e ev e n i n g a n d d isp o s e o f th e i r w a r e s im m e d ia t e ly to h o u s e ­ w iv e s w h o sto p on th e i r w a y h o m e M u s 50 @ 2 50 50 & 2 00 IS @ 2 00 Romaine, basket or Radishes, per 100 bchs. R h u b arb, per 100 bchs. Scallions, per 100 bchs. . Spinach, per bbl. or erte. Squash, box or b s k t .......... . Turnips, w h ite, b a r r e l ........ 3 00 P e r basket ......................... 1 50 R u tabaga, barrel . . . Tom atoes, per carriei Hothouse— Cucum bers, dozen 'lushroom s , basket Roes, pound ............ a @ 10 Potatoes •el. & 'M d „ No. I , bbls.;I 3 00 @ 4 75 jSTo* 2p ••*••••••«•«•• X 00 @ X 50 Southern— No. 1, bbl. N o . J , bbl. Jersey, prim e, basket*.\.’ 2 75 Jersey, poor to good . . . . 1 50 @ 2 50 N, C., new, No. 1, bbl. .. 8 00 @ 9 00 I d BL •• Ga„ new, No. 2, bbl. . . . 6 00 @ Beans and Peas M arrow, choice, 100 lbs. .. 6 00 @ M anch ................................... 3 50 @ 4 00 Peas, choice, 100 lbs ....................... @ 40 5 Poor to fair, 100 lbs .......... 4 00 Medium, choice, 100 lbs.. 4 50 W h itney kidney. 100 lbs. ..12 50 Red kidney, choice, 1920, 1 0 0 ibs...................................... Im p erial, per 100 lbs ........................ Yellow eye, 100 lbs ............... 7 50 Black tu r tle so'jp, 100 lbs.. Pink, Cal., 1920, 100 lbs. .. 7 75 Lim a, Cal., 1920, 100 lbs. ., 6 30 Peas, Scotch, per 100 lb s ... 4 25 Green, dom estic, 100 lbs, .. 4 25 Blackeye, Cal., 100 lbs. ...1 0 25 Split, green, 1920, 100 lbs.. 5 25 F ruits and Berries 2 50 @ 4 50 L 00 @ 1 50 ® 12 00 @ 11 00 g 6 50 § ^5 PLffiROliKD CLOSES WITIIA8I6 PICNIC BO Youngsters Visited Bri wa Farm—Prizes for Best Sewing Are Awarded. MINYBEQUESTSCY GERMANTOWN WOMAN T h e w ill a n d co d icil th e r e t o of M a r y A s h d o w n , w h o d ied in th e to w n o f G e r m a n t o w n , on P e b r u a .r y 4th, w a s a d m i t t e d to p r o b a t e re c e n t l y in S u r r o g a t e ’.s C o u r t. 'The e x e c u t o r is H e n r y R . L a w r e n c e , o f G e r m a n to w n . T h e w ill giv e s to th e e x e c u to r in tr u s t §1,000 fo r th e b e n e f i t o f A n n ie H a y n e s , siste r , o f C a tsk ill, .d u r i n g h e r life t i m e ; to G r a c e B . S c o tt, n iece, of G e r m a n to w n , § i,2 0 0 , a n d h o u s e a n d lo t ; to H a r m o n Palmer, o f Kent, England, $650; to Alice M auds Bates, o f S u s s e s , E n g l a n d , $750; to C la r ­ en c e H o p to n , b r o t h e r , o f N e w Y o r k city, $l,00ffi t o Je s s e P lopton, n e p h e w , o f C e n tra l V a lley, C o n n ., $ 5 0 0 ;' to Fred, Hopton, nepliew, Broome county, N. V., $500; to May Haines, n iece, $500; to H a t t i e D o b ler, n iece, .$500; to H a r r y H o p to n , n e p h e w , of B r o n x , N . Y., $500; to th e child] o f E d w i n A s h d o w n , $1,400 to be v id e d b e t w e e n th e m ; to H e n r y L a w r e n c e , .$300; to th e ce m e te r y k n o w n a s th e O ld R e d C h u r c h c e m e ­ tery , n e a r T ivoli, $1,000, $500 o: w h i c h is to- be tised fo r p e r p e t u a l c a r e of th e A s h d o w n lo t a n d $500 fo r th e H o p t o n lo t. A ll th e re s t a n d re s i d u e to be d iv id e d eq u a l l y b e tw e e n th e p e r s o n s n a m e d a s le g a te e s in th e - A - W O R D f C O L l J l V I N r One Cent a word first insertion. Additional Insertions one-half cent a word. No advertisement counted less than IS w ords. Farms For Sale. E i g h t y y o u n g s t e r s e n jo y e d th e p ic ­ n ic to B r iw a ’s fa r m F r i d a y w h i c h w a s th e c lo s in g e v e n t o f th e F r a n k ­ lin S q u a r e P la y g r o u n d . M r B r iw a p r o v e d a v e r y g e n e r o u s h o s t a n d his e x c e l le n t g r o u n d s w e r e e n jo y e d to th e u tm o s t. I t w a s a h a p p y cro w d b o t h g o in g a n d c o m in g ju d g i n g fro m th e a p ­ p e a r a n c e a n d so u n d w h e n lo a d e d o n to K e n d a l l ’s tru c k . A r r iv in g a t th e g r o u n d s it d id n o t ta k e lo n g to g e t u n d e r w a y . S o m e b ig le a g u e b a s e ­ b a ll to o k p la c e b e tw e e n te a m s c a p ­ ta in e d b y F r a n k W a r c h o l a n d D a v id Solom o n . T h e fo r m e r ’s .tea m w o n 6-4. T h e g i r l s w e r e also b u s y w i t h g a m e s w h ic h th e y lik e d b e s t. T h e r e w a s fa m i l i a r q u i e t w h e n a l l s e t t l e d d o w n to e a t lu n c h e s a n d ice c r e a m co n e s a f t e r w h ic h m o r e g a m e s w e f e p lay e d , A sw im in th e c r e e k e n d e d , th e a c tiv itie s a n d ev e r y o n e w a s re a d y to file in t o th e tr u c k fo r th e re t u r n h o m e . T h a t th e p ic n ic w a s a su c - 3 w a s p r o v e d b y th e m a n y h o p e s th a t n e x t su m m e r a n d th e openin.g o f th e p l a y g r o u n d w o u ld com e soon. )n T h u r s d a y a f t e r n o o n th e se w ­ ing, do n e b y th e g i r ls w a s r e t u r n e d to th e m a n d p r iz e s a w a r d e d fo r th e b e s t w o r k . T h e r e w e r e ^eighty-four to ju d g e fro m a n d th e p r izes w e r e g iv e n to J e n n i e W i t k i a n d E l i z a b e t h K lin o s k i. T h e w in n e r s w e r e p r e s e n t ­ e d E v e r s h a - r p p e n c ils. A P P L E S — S o u t h e r n , b a s k e t . , . U p - r iv e r , b a s k e t . . . . PEA.CHBS, crate— ,..1 5 0 00 @550 00 1 i I i U p - r i v e r ...................................... 23 (S) 2 R WATEliMBLON! ^ i i u C K L E B l s R R i E ^ 'q u a r t — * ® no ’:\T iifsitii B e e v e s —S h i p ^ i l l s ^ t e e r s , IS-J feeders. 5s-00@6.00: nij , ...... .- - S i roujhs, S5.60@6.00. S P O T M A R K E T S -AT A G L A N C E B a r i-j , --------- ep ........... . ............................. . Lard, prim e w e s t ................................. .. Stoarine, city oleo ........................................ .... Tallow, spec., loose .................................. 0 4 Grease, yellow ............... L a rd prod., cont ............. beef ribs. No. 1 .. f>’4 NO QUORUM AT COUNCIL MEETINO 'S h e v a c a t i o n seaso n p u t a c r im p M th e re g u l a r A u g u s t C o m m o n C o u n ­ cil m e e tin g sc h e d u le d to b e h e ld T h u r s d a y ev e n in g . ;M ost o f th e a l ­ d e r m e n seem e d to be a w a y on trip s . O n ly A ld e r m e n P a n u s h , F in i g a n , G o ld e r m a n a n d M u ld o w n e y w e r e present. In th e absence of P resident V an D e u s e n , A ld e r m a n F i n i g a n w a s c h o s ­ en C h a i r m a n o f th e m e e t i n g on m o ­ tio n o f A l d e r m a n M uldowney. T h e r e b e in g n o q u o r u m A l d e r m a n M u ld o w n e y m o v e d t h a t th e m e e tin g a d j o u r n u n t i l S e p t. 8 t h a t w h ic h tim e th e r e g u l a r c a l e n d a r o f b u s in e s s w ill bg ta k e n up . U n d e r th e p r o v isio n o f th e electio n la w th e C o u n c il is re q u i r e d to m e e t o n th e first T u e s d a y !n S e p te m b e r w h ic h is S e p t. 6 th to d e s ig n a t e p o l lin g p l a c e s fo r th e N o v e m b e r election. T h is w i t h tw o m e e tin g s o f th e C o u n ­ c il s c h e d u le d fo r L a b o r D a y w e e k th e a l d e r m e n w ill b e k e p t busy. PAY OF STEa LABOR BUT 30 GENTS HOUR E lb e r t H. Gary, chairm a n of the United States Steel C o rporation, an ­ nounced t h a t another reduction in the wage r a tes of m ill w o rkers -would be­ come effective on A u g u st 29, b ring­ ing tbe pay down to SO cents an bour. pay cut since last spring, w h en the This -vvill mark the second straight downward readjustm e n t began w ith a reduction of 20 p e r cent on May 16. On J u ly 16 the corporation announced th a t the “time and a h a lf for over­ tim e” p u t into effect during the w a r had been elim inated, W'hich was con­ sidered equivalent to a wage reduc­ tion of 16 per cent w h e re the m en w e re w o rking twelve hours a day. Judge G a ry attrib u ted the determ ina­ tion of the Steel C o rporation to low­ er w ages again to the prevailing low prices for steel com p a red w ith the 130 CASES OF IN­ FANTILE PARALYSIS ARE REPORTED F i\K M OF 16U ACHES F O R SALE O R TO R E N T fro m th e 1st o f A p r il, 1922. W e ll fruited with large and sm a l l fru i t . E l e v e n - r o o m ho u s e , suitable for two fa m ilies, o u t - b u i l d ­ in g s a l l new . N. H . M B S IC K , Glezi- co M ills, N. Y. F llU lT FAR3IS FOR SALE—Owing to other property interests needing, my time and attention, have decided to sell my fru it places in N o rth Ger­ m antown, N. Y., all near church school, railroad, stores and steam ­ boat, in center of Hudson valley fru it section. Easy term s. B. C. SNYDER No. G e r m a n to w n , N. Y. PlarBis and Seeds. S E E D F O R S A L E — W h it e W h e a t, - R o s e n R y e , $1,50 p e r b u s h e l cash. O. P l . v a n d e C A R R , S to c k p o r t, N. T , Automobiles. Miscellaneous. C A T T L E BU Y E E S f— If y o u h a v e a n y sto c k fo r s a l e , s e n d u s a p o s t a l . I w i l l p a y you. W e b u y a l l k in d s o f cattle, Stock ‘ and poultry. Do n o t se l l b e f o r e y o u le t u s k n o w . H A R R Y L I E P S H U T Z , 137 W a r r e n S t., H u d ­ son, p h o n e 705-W. LIME YOUS LAND—Ground stone analyzing b e tter th a n ninety- five per cent. (957o) com bined car­ bonates. So fine th a t one-third passes two hundred m esh, tw o - thirds one hundred m esh and none coarse th a n tw e n ty m esh. CLIF- FORD L. M ILLER. West Stock- Y/anted F O R S A L E — M a x w e ll ru n a b o u t . I q u ire A n c r a m S ta t i o n . M. H O Y T , B o x 137,, A n c r a m , N . Y. T h e s t a t e d e p a r t m e n t o f h e a l t h is fig h t i n g a n o u t b r e a k o f in f a n t i l e p a ­ ra l y s i s in U tic a a n d v icin ity . D r . H e r ­ m a n n M. B ig g s s t a t e h e a l t h com iai,s- sio n e r s a i d th a t sin c e J u l y 1 130 c a s e s h a d b e e n re p o r t e d to th e d e ­ p a r t m e n t , 100 o f w h ic h developed th i s m o n t h . The m o s t se r i o u s o u t b r e a k is in U tica, 33 c a s e s h a v i n g b e e n re p o r te d fro m th a t city. I n O n e iU a c o u n ty , o u t ­ sid e of U tica, sev e n eases h a v e been re p o r t e d . P o u r teep . c a s e s h a v e devel- 1, 10 in W e s t c h e s t e r c o u n ty , a n d five o p e d i n . H e r k i m e r c o u n ty sin c e A u g , w i t h tw o d e a t h s in G r e e n e . T h e o th e r cases a r e s c a t t e r e d th r o u g h o u t th e “W h ile p o lio m y e litis.” sa i d D r. B ig g s “is a co m m u n ic a b l e d isease u n ­ d e r o r d i n a r y c i r c u m s ta n c e s , it io only s l i g h t l y so, a n d u s u a l l y it is d i f f i c u l t to trace th e source o f i n f e c ti o n in an y g iv e n case. T h i s is tr u e o f th e v a s t m a j o r i t y o f cases th u s fa r re p o r t e d A lth o u g h th e r e h a v e b e e n a few in ­ sta n c e s o f d i r e c t asso c i a ti o n a n d in th r e e in s t a n c e s tw o cases h a v e o c ­ c u r r e d in th e s a m e fam ily . SPEED TRAP SIGN CAUSES A STIRJ W h e n a sign advertising the fact th a t the town of South Glens Falls was m a intaining a speed trap was posted outside its lim its the village of S o u th G len s F a l l s re a r e d on its hind leg s a n d th r e a t e n e d d ire th i n g s against th e Glens F a lls Auto Club, w h ic h sp o n s o r e d th e sign. T h e T r u s ­ tees h a d a sp e c ial m e e ti n g on th e s u b ­ je c t l a s t even in g , b u t t h e b o n e of co n ­ te n t i o n h a d b e e n th r o w n a w a y b y th a t tim e b e c a u s e th e c lu b l a t ^ y e s ­ terd a y afternoon prom ised to have the sign removed, so th e courts and Other pow e rful agencies w h ich .were going to be invoked by South Glens Falls, w e re n o t called upon af­ te r all the village will continue to re­ quire autoists to keep w ithin the legal fifteen m ile lim it. It w a s explained th a t the only W'ay to determ ine w h e­ ther or not autoists w e re not exceed­ ing t h a t lim it w a s by th e stop w a tch m ethod, and the village will conti- V5*.76-6! oo ^ do this. FURMER AUSTIN MEN HAVE NEW OUMPANT Edmond. L. Barto and Harry J. Phillips, of the recently organized Barto-Phillips Co,, engineers and b u ild e r s , w e r e in H u d s o n o n b u s i ­ n e s s T h u r s d a y a n d a r e u n d e r s t o o d to h a v e su b m i t t e d th e i r bid on th e new F i r s t N a t i o n a l B a n k c o n s t r u c ti o n . M r B a r t o w a s fo r m e r l y a S a les E n ­ g in e e r- o f T h e A u s tin Co., a n d M r P h i l l i p s w a s a C o n s tr u c tio n E n g i n e e r w i th th e s a m e co m p a n y , b o th se v e r ­ in g th e i r c o n n e c tio n s w i t h T h e A u s ­ tin Co. o n A u g u s t 1 5 th last. B o t h a r e w e ll k n o w n h e r e w h e r e th e y w e r e b u s il y e n g a g e d fo r so m e tim e in e r e c t - in g th e H o lb r o o k Co. p l a n t a n d la y ­ in g o u t th e C h a m b e r . o f C o m m e rce in d u s t r i a l site w h i l e c o n n e c ted w ith T h e A u s tin Co. Thej\- h a v e e s t a b l ish ­ ed offices a t 280 M a d iso n av e n u e . N e w Y o r k city. ANOTHER GOLDEN WE00IN6 DAY A m o r e b e a u t i f u l clay co u ld n o t be w i s h e d fo r th a n w a s T u e s d a y , A u g u s t 23, th e day on w h ich M r and Mr< Samuel Hallenoeck ceie orated their golden wedding a t their beautiful hom e in G reendale. Sixty-nine guests assembled a t the reception, which I held from 2 to • 6 o’clock in the afternoon, and helped m a k e th i s fif­ tie t h w e d d i n g a n n i v e r s a r y a m o s t m e m o r a b le o c c a s io n fo r th e couple. A t th r e e o’c lo c k a m o s t d e l i g h t f u l lu n c h e o n w a s se r v e d .a f t e r w h ic h re a d i n g “O u r W e d d i n g D a y ” w a s g iv ­ en b y M r s L lo y d H a l l e n b e c k . $107.50 in gold, a n d $19 m o t h e r c u r r e n c y w a s re c e iv e d b y M r a n d M rs H a l l e n b e c k , b e s id e s o t h e r g i f t s w h i c h in c l u d e d silv e r w a r e , c u t glass, P y r e x , a n d s t a ti o n e r y . G u e s ts w e r e p r e s e n t fro m N e w Y o r k , S c h e n e c tad y , H u d s o n , C a t s k i l l a n d B r o o k ly n . M r a n d M r s H a lle n b e c k p r o v e d a n id e a l h o s t a n d h o s tess. A f e a t u r e o f th e d a y w a s th e fa c t th a t B r a d l e y T h o m s e n o f N e w Y o r k w h o m a r r i e d M r H a llenbeck’s s i s t e r on th a t s a m e day, fifty y e a r s ago, p r e s e n t . H i s w if e , w h o is s ti l l living, w a s u n a b l e to come. T h e g u e s t s also in c lu d e d a n o t h e r sis t e r o f M r ' H a lle n b e c k ’s, M rs K a t h - e r i h e S w a tlin g , a g e d S4T y e a r s . T h e re c e p t i o n w a s one w h ic h w ill lo n g b e re m e m b e r e d b y a l l w h o w e r e p r e s e n t . JUSTICE YOUNG MAY GO TO APPELATE DIVISION T h a t Justice J. Addison Y'oung, of New Rochelle, w ill be designated ^to the vacancy In the A p p e llate Division resulting from tne pending re ti r e ­ m ent for age of J u s tice Isaac N. Mills, of M ount Vernon, is the conviction shared hy those high in authority and close to Governor N a than L. Miller, despite the fact th a t R o ckland, Or­ ange, P u tnam and^ D u tchess county bar associations have endorsed the movem ent to secure Justice A r thur S. Tom p k ins of Nyack, the designation. R e p o rts ’from executive cham b ers at A lbany are taken to indicate th a t the governor w ill select the New Rochelle justice. Both justices have achieved equal p o p u l a r i t y in th i s a n d s u r r o u n d i n g counties of .the ninth judicial district, the m a tter of the petitions endorsing Justice Tom p k ins having been taken up w ith g reat enthusiasm m .as no oth- candidate’s nam e had been m e n ­ tioned. FIRST PIER OF GATEWAY BRIDGE AT SCOTIA BEGUN A d v e rtising pays big profits. The first pier for the G reat W e s tern gatew ay bridge between Scotia and Van Slyke island is under construc­ tion by the Am erican Pipe and Con­ struction ’ company. (Barges loaded with the interlocking steel plates used the construction are anchored in the river. A dredge si draining mud out of the river for another pier. W o rk on the island piers is pro­ gressing rapidly. G rading a t the Sco­ tia entrance has’ been' s tarted. C u re fo r H a r d A rteries. Paris, Aug. 29.— Garlic m u n ching m a y becom e a h a b it of elderly people who are th reaten e d w ith hardening of th e arteries, if th e re is any virtue in a discovery ju s t m a d e ’ fey three fam o u s F rench physicians. A. report by th e doctors to th e Biological So­ ciety declares th a t garlic supplies a valuable rem e d y for arterial tension. M any experim ents h a v e ' shown th a t a w e ek’s treatm e n t reduces th e blood pressure practically to norm al. ' MYLOD DECLINES DUTCHESS DESIGNATION Philip A. Myiod, designated hy the D em o cratic p a r ty as i ts candidate-for district attorney, has 'filed his declina­ tion with the hoard of election com­ m issioners. Previous to the filing' of petitions by the D e m o c r a t s , M r. M y- lod Had declared bis inability to run. I t is the only resignation to he filed for the coming prim a ries. In filing his petition, Mr. Myiod had nothing to add other than his oft reiterated declaration th a t h is law practice would not perm it of his m aking a cam p aign. No successor has yet been secured for Mr. Myiod hy the D e m o c ratic leaders and it is not Im p robable th a t friends who in s is t on his running, m ay ultim a tely w rite in his nam e on the ballot. Canarfe L a rgest To’O’. T h e la r g e s t to w in -the -h isto r y o f th e B a r g e C a n a l p a s s e d th r u -the w a ­ te r w a y re c e n t l y in c o m m a n d o f E . R . Scoville o f A lb a n y , T h e to w is h e a d ­ ed b y th e s t e a m e r M o n r o e a n d is fo llo w e d b y b a r g e s c o n t a in i n g 5,000 to n s o f w h e a t . T h e to w le f t B u f falo A u g u s t 8 t h . Words in the Bible. There are 593,493 words in th e Old Testam e n t and 181,253 words In the New Testam e n t, of & total of 774,746 words. .Ghe^se, Spoclal . • . . , W A N T E D — S e c o n d h a n d u p r i g h t p i ­ a n o s in go o d c o n d it i o n , in e x c h a n g e fo r p l a y e r s o r p h o n o g r a p h s , o r ca s h . C a ll, p h o n e o r w r i t e to u a w h a t y o u h a v e g o t. H I I - E R ’S MXJ- • SIC STORES, INC., 5J0 W a rren St. T e l. 706. For Sale. F O R S A L E — Team good work road horses, harness, - wai prows, harrows, sleighs. J( R E T S E L , -Germanto-wn- ______ Agents Wanted ID L E ? —Big business is ready for you. S e ll 137 p r o d u c t s d i r e c t to fa r m e r s on c r e d it. I f y o u o w n te a m o r au to , are under 50, can give bond, we start you. Twenty million use our products. Good territo r y open. W rite J. R. W a tkins Co., Dept. 115, \W inona, M in n . I t ’s y o u r life chance. ' ALLIED CITIZENS TO QUERY CANDIDATES- A prim a ry day catechism contain­ ing inform a tion w h ich w ill enable en­ rolled voters to nom inate “dry” can­ didates a t the prim a ry, Septem b er 13, has been issued hy the Allied Ci tizens of Am erica, incorporated “to uphold Am erican ideals and the U n ited S tates C o n stitution.” The catechism inform s voters of the setps to be taken be­ tw een this date and Septem b er 13th. ^ in the fight for local enforcem ent of the dry law. I t urges m em b ers of the Allied Citizens to get public state­ m e n ts from candidates of th e ir p a r ty as to their attitude on prohibition \en­ forcem e n t. It a p a r ty candidate w ill not pledge him self to enforce the law it u r g e ^ m em b ers of the party to se­ lect an\'independent dry ca h d m te , circulate h is' petition a*id explain to enrolled m em ’o ers of th e p a r ty the civic duty involved in voting for those who w ill live up to t h e ir oath of of­ fice and enforce all laws. The cate­ chism ends w ith the follow ing state­ m e n t regarding the aim s and purpose of the Allied Citizens of A m erica: “I t m u s t alw a y s be clearly understbod th a t the Allied Citizens is no ta poli­ tical p a r ty and does n o t propose to put an Allied Citizens candidate or ticket on the ballot. T h e Allied Citi­ zens m erely takes the lead in arous­ ing the law -abiding citizenship gen­ erally to select, and then back up by - work and influence and votes on p ri­ m a ry day, fully qualified candidates who reflect the m o ral convictions and the devotion to law and order of th e community as a whole.” JUSTICE TOMPKINS TO GO TO SWITZERLAND It becam e know n recently th a t for­ m e r Suprem e C o u rt Ju s tice Townsend. Scudder of M anhattan, p a s t g ran d m a s ter of F ree and A ccepted M ^ o n s in the State of New Y o rk; fw m e r Justice W illiam Cowper Prim e of Yon­ kers and Suprem e C o u rt Justice A r­ th u r S. Tom p k ins of the nin th judi­ cial district have ju s t been appointed representatives to the in tern a tio n a l M asonic conference a t Geneva, Switz­ erland. The appointm e n t was m ade by R o b e rt P, Robinson, g rand m a s ter of Masons in -New York state. The representatives of the Grand Lodge of th e s t a t e w ill a t t e n d th e conference from Oct. 18 to 23. Justice Tom p k ins is deputy grand m a s ter and next year w ill probably be elected gran d m a s ­ ter. 'Mr, Prim e is Y o rk attorney, sail October 4. is a well know n New The delegations NEW LICENSE NUMBER FOR A CAR yearly ; A u t o m o b i l ists w h o h a v e h a d th e sa m e n u m b e r o n th e i r lic e n s e p l a t e s y e a r a f t e r y e a r m a y e x p e c t a c h a n g e n e x t y e a r . -The S t a t e T a x C o m m is- liPn, -w h ich n o w h a s c o n t r o l overL th e a u to m o b ile b u r e a u , an n o u n c e s - th a t it in t e n d s to s i m p l i f y a n d speed, u p its w o r k , a n d t h a t so m e o f th e p r a t i c e s o f th e p a s t h a d b e e n fo u n d im p r a c t i c a b l e a n d b u r d e n s o m e . I t e x p e c ted th a t th e n u m b e r s fro m 1 to 1,000 w i l l b e r e s e r v e d f o r E t a t e a n d o t h e r o f f i c i a l s a n d t h a t t h e other, n u m b e r s w ill bg g iv e n o u t in th e o r ­ d e r in w h ic h th e a p p l i c a n t s a p p e a r , hv . Requires Cash. Often a m an fails to em b race an portunity because he is “shy.”—^Boston Transcript,

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