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PAGE TEN THE COLUMBIA BEPUBLICAN. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1922 PERSONALS N o r m a n P a l m a t i e r o f L a k e C h a r ­ lo t t e w a s v i s i t o r in to w n T h u r s d a y . 'A so n w a s b o r n y e s t e r d a y to f o r ­ m e r C o u n t y Judg-e a n d M rs D a n ie l V. McNamee, of this city. sis t e r a t S to t t- I t a s b e e n visitin g ' M fss E m m a B iesel, o f N i-verville, 3«Ris a v i s i t o r a t th e d o g sh o w h e r e S a t u r d a y . K a r r y A r n o ld , th e w e ll-k n o iv n D w tch e s s C o u n t y a t t o r n e y , w a s in t«n4»jn, Thursday on .legal business. M a x D o lan d , o f P h i l a d e l p h i a , ! . *i*cr H u d s o n i a n , w a s a w e e k en d o f h i r h e r , M r s M a r y J . Do! W i l. W. R ice is s p e n d i n g a few d a y s i' -LOn w t h h is d a u g h t e r s M rs M -oseley iuid M iss J e a n W . R ice. M r s P e t o of J a m a i c a , L. I., w a s a -weelv-end g u e s t o f M r a n d M r s B u r ­ to n J . T i p p l e a t M e a d o w fburn, M illers C r o s s in g . £Dr. a n d M r s G e o rg e C h a n d le r , o f , K i n g s t o n a r e on a tw o w e e k s ’ trip t h r o u g h n o r t h e r n N e w Y o r k sta te , - s t o p p i n g a t S y r a c u s e a n d B u ffalo. M r a n d M r s W a r d D.. S m ith M r s P u l l e r of th i s city w e r e rec( S » € s t s o f M rs H e n r y V a n T a s s e ll a t S o u t h E g r e m o n t , IMass. . ‘ •Dr, E d w i n B a r n e s W M son, of T ia«oklyn, h a s b e e n th e g u e s t of h is tjaiarents. D r . a n d Mi-s T h o m a s W ilso n , i n -this c i t y fo r a fe w days. a n d C ly d e H . D e W itt, C o u n ty C le r k MBaongn t hh ee A ll bb aa nn yy S hh rr ii nn ee rr ss w hh oo t(o o n g t A S w t o k th e S h r i n e fe s t iv i tie s a t A t l a n t i c C i ty , N . J „ S a t u r d a y . M r a n d M r s R o s c o e W i llia m s a n d so n , J a m e s , h a v e re t u r n e d to th e i r n io m e in C l a v e r a c k . a f t e r sp e n d i n g jpome time -with i*©latives and friend* 3n N e w Y o r k a n d B r o o k ly n . w a s a b u s in e s s v i s it o r in to w n T u e s - M r a n d M rs C.za.ne3 J . c o m e of O ld Chatham and New York were visitors in to w n T u e s d a y . L lo y d C lapp p e n d in g a few d a y s rie n d s a n d relativ e s . N e w Y o r k c ity is to w n R o b e r t H e r z b e r g , J r ., leav e s to d a y fo r E x e t e r A c a d e m y , su m e h is stu d ies. h e r e h e w ill re - B i b e r t A c w o o a a n d Ja c I ; H u g h i Ith a c a , strwction. ty, 1 ■N., Y., w h e r e th e y w ill ta k e ju r ’s e in p h y s ic a l tra i n i n g in ­ le a v e th i s m o r n in g ler, th e w e ll k n o w n .-'chant, w a s a b u s i- M o n d a y . C h a r le s H . M ill Germantown n e s s v isito r in to w n S e c r e t a r y L. S. D o u g h e r ty , of th e C h a m b e r of C o m m e r c e , is in N e w York City on business. D r. F r e d e r i c k B. P o w e r , o f W a s h ­ in g to n , D. C., is s p e n d i n g a few d a y s in to w n w ith h is s i s te r s a t th e i r W a r ­ re n s t r e e t h o m e . S u p e r v iso r R o b e i 't E . P a t r i e , of L iv in g s to n , w a s a v i s i t o r in to w n M o n d a y . M rs M a r y T u r n e r , o f Y o n k e r s , w h o h a s b e e n v isitin g w i t h frie n d s in th i s city, h a s re t u r n e d h o m e . J a m e s A. R e y n o l d s o f K in d e r h o o k w a s a b u s in e s s v i s it o r in to w n T u e s - jltrs C h a r le s B. B e n s o n a n d M iss J a n e Loui.se M e s ick a r e on a w e e k ’s trip th r o u g h th e V /h it e M o u n tain s . M rs A. C. W ilso n a n d son, C lau d e , of E a s t o n , P a ., a r e th e g u e s ts o f M rs E m m a H e r b s , o f u p p e r W a r r e n St. M r a n d M r s H y m a n C o h e n a n d ------ 0 ------ daughters, Lillian and Gertrude, of 'D r. R o s c o e C. W a te r b u r y , o f K i n - S p ringfield, sp e n t S u n d a y in to w n 'd e r h o o k , w a s a v i s i t o r in to w n y e s - ; -^vith frie n d s ^ e r d a y . - j ’ ____ ____ PHILMONT > Perciva.l Simeon who has been ing a week with her sister, M rs s p e n d i n g A n d r e w H e t t e s h e i m e r o f N o r t h 3 r d ^•t. i s n o w v i s i t i n g h e r m o t h e r in C h e - P. G. Cartwright, who has been s p e n d in g a v a c a tio n in S y r a c u s e ' an d ■M echanicville, h a s r e t u r n e d to th i s M r s F r e d C. L e h m a n , d a u g h t e r , L o r r a i n e is s p e n d i n g th e w e e k - e n d J H e r b e r t L f o r m e r paste ■chairch h e r e . of C o s a c k ie, H n iv e r s a list i in H u d s o n y e s t e r ­ d a y . - H e re c e n t ly so ld T h e C o x s a c k ie H n i o n ' t o C h a r le s D.. P e n d e ll o f Aft< f to n , ta k e th e p o s itio n of E d i t o r P e n d e ll o f A a n d w ill t a k e t h e p o s itio n o f t h e P l a t t s b u r g h D a i ly P r e s s a b o u t 'O d tolber first. OBITUARY MBS IDA ADAaiS-OHKISTIE. M irs I d a C a th e r i n e A d a m s - 'C h r is tie, 73 .-years B r u c o B . L lo y d , m a n a g e r o f th e Ne-sv Yox'k T e le p h o n e co m p a n y , w a s y e s t e r d a y e l e c ted a m e m b e r of c lu b R o t a r y club. WiI«on Bump, aMoi'nier Hudson bo y w h o now is a p r o m i n e n t o fficial of th e B o s to n & A lb a n y R a ilro a d , Co., a t S p r in g field , M a ss., w a s in to w n T u e s d a y on ra i l r o a d busin e s s . ■Russell V. D. S m i t h of th e U. S. S.' A r k a n s a s ^ H. S. N . sp e n t th e w e e k ­ en d a t th e h o m e of h is p a r e n t s , M r a n d M rs K . A. S m ith , C r a r y v ille, N . Y. J o h n P r o p s t , so n o f B e n ja m in P r o p s t, of th i s city, h a s e n t e r e d F o r d - h a m u n i v e r s i t y o f N e w Y o r k city. H e a m ee nm ab be er r of f thh e class of 1922 r r ° a m o t e B r o o k l y n , ISe ^Sme^s 2 * l ? ? o o k l y n '’S d ® \ l m e i X J ^ o / T ^ ^ ^ F r a n k M c K o w n ^ r - ■CSmtral P r e s b y t e r i a n c h u r c h , died H u d s o n , a n d M r a n d M rs ■Stm d ay, a n d h e r fu n e r a l se r v ic e s wer-^ d a u g h t e r , of P ittsfie ld , w e r e *»eld T u e s d a y n ig h t, w i t h th e R e v . D r . i callers o n M r a n d M r s E.- H . Abel, J o h n F . C a r s o n officiating. I n t e r m e n t S u n d a y a f te r n o o n , -wais a t M o u n t O liv e t c e m e tery . M rs •O h ristie w a s b o r n in W e s t G h e n t, ■IColumIbia c o u n ty . (H er h u s b a n d is a xestired, te a c h e r of lan g u a g e s . S h e a l ­ s o le a v e s t-wo son s , D a v id E a r n e s t aAtd H a r o l d B r a d f o r d C h r istie a n d t.iEr.ee d a u g h t e r s M rs G r e g o r y N . D a y , ■Mrs R i c h a r d F . ‘R u s s e l l a n d IMiss M il­ d r e d E . C h ristie. > m s H E N R Y R O B I N S O N . ■Rose _PaIen, w ife ' o f H e n r y R o l I a w a y a t th e hoj d a i u g h t e r , M r s R o b e r t T in k e r , 503 W a a -ren s t r e e t , e a r l y F r i d a y m o r n ­ in g . D e a t h w a s o n e to a s t r o k e . T h e d e c e a s e d ca m e to th e h o m e o f ‘Iher d a u g h t e r h e r e a t 4 o’c lo c k la s t T h u r s d a y a f t e r n o o n a n d p a s s e d a w a y sib o u t te n h o u r s la t e r . T h e d e c e a s e d fo r a n u m b e r of y e a r s 3 iad liv e d a t S to ttv ille, w h e r e sh e e n ­ jo y e d th e a c q u a i n t a n c e o f a la r g e c i r ­ c l e o f frie n d s . H e r d e a t h h a s b e e n th e ■ca'use o f d e e p so r r o w to a ll of t h e m . T h e d e p a r t e d , w h o w a s 62 y e a r s o f .ag e e , w a s a w o m a n o f th e h i g h e s t ty p e , o n e w h o s e c h i e f p l e a s u r e w a s lo u n d in h e r h o m e a n d c h i ld r e n . E s ­ s e n t i a l l y a h o m e body, a n d it is a m o n g t h e so n s and daughters w h o su r v iv e and the husband t h a t h e r d e a t h w ill •Xall w i t h c r u s h i n g fo rce. M r s Robinson -was a member of th e M e t h o d i s t co m m u n io n a n d a n a r d e n t < ^ h r is tian . S h e is su r v iv e d b y h e r h u s - 4 i a n d , tw o d a u g h t e r s , M rs R. L. T i n ­ k e r o f t h i s city , a n d M r s J a m e s P a l e n o f S t o t t v i l l e : a son, E d g a r P a le n , of S a m p s o n v i ll e , a n d th r e e g r e a t - g r a n d - o h i l d r e n , K a t h e r i n e , E v e ly n a n d C h a s . T i n k e r , a l l o f th i s city. F o l l o w i n g p r a y e r a t 10 o’clo c k M o n m; i n g fro m h' C a p t a i n a n d M r s G e o i’ge B u s h ; of N e w Y o r k city, a r e s p e n d in g a w e e k a t th e h o m e of M . W a l t e r M a r v in , of 62 S h o r t s t r e e t . ' E p isc o p a l lo n d a y a f - home of her dauj fla y m o m t e r h e r fu n e r a l se r v i c e s w e r e a t K r u m v i lle , N . Y., a t 1:30 o’clo c k < n e w tim e ) . ____ Deaths. 'G f.D S S O N — I n H i l lsd a l e , N. Y., S e p t. 12 1922, A r t h u r C losson, a g e d 36 »O C B IN S O N — ^In th i s city, 1922, Rose Palen, wife of Henry Tl-obinson. a^EKPING— S e p t e m b e r 18, 1922 J a m e s A . E l t i n g . o f G r e e n p o r t . F u n e r a i fro m th e R e f o r m e d church, Greenport, Wednesday at 1 o’c lo c k , s t a n d a r d tim e . -3Sa?OIiIKER — ^At K in d e r h o o k , N. Y., K e p t. 17, 1922, H a r r y Ml S to lik e r . F r i e n d s a r e in v it e d to c a ll a t h i s l a t e re s id e n c e on S u n s e t av e n u e , b e ­ tw e e n th e h o u r s o f 10 a n d 12 o’clo c k (n e w tim e ) W e d n e s d a y m o r n in g , sa i d la s t n i g h t F u n e r a l p r i v a t e . In t e r m e n t a t S tu y - nicely. D a l y is M r a n d M rs C a r l t o n U n d e rw o o d , w h o h a v e been v i s it i n g in H u d s o n a n d C h a t h a m , h a v e re t u r n e d to th e i r h o m e in S o u th N o r w a lk , C o n n . . M iss M a r g a r e t- B e d e ll, Avho is a p a ­ tie n t in th e H u d s o n C ity H o s p it a l re ­ co v e r in g fro m a b r o k e n s h o u l d e r re ­ ceiv e d in a fall, is d o in g nicely. F r a n k A lg e r , of W i lm in g t o n , D e l., h a s re t u r n e d - h o m e a f t e r a v i s it h e r e . M rs A lg e r a n d son, w h o h a v e b e e n sp e n d in g a y e a r h e r e w ith h e r m o t h e r M rs N e ttie T h o m p s o n , re t u r n e d w ith S u p e r i n t e n d e n t of C e m e te r ie s M e l­ v in W . S im m o n s a n d M r s S im m o n s spent Saturday, and Sunday in Copake a t th e h o m e of M r a n d M rs W illia m S im m o n s . M rs D o n a ld F . C h a s e a n d c h ild r e n of Syi-aouse are spending the montK Of S e p t e m b e r w i t h h e r m o th e r , M rs Charles James Come at N o r t h C h a t ­ h a m . M r C o m e is u p fro m N e w Y o r k fo r a v a c a t i o n w i t h h is fa m i ly . M rs A lice D a m n m a n a n d g r a n d ­ d a u g h t e r , A lice M. H ick s , M iss S a r a \L’ampm'aVi o f C l a y e r a c k a n d th e i r gu e s t, M r s T. A. B a r r i n g e r of B r o o k - M isslouai'y S o c iety R e c e p tio n . T h e la d ie s of th e Working B a n d a n d th e W o m a n ’s F o r e i g n M issio n a r y S o c iety of th e M e th o d ist c h u r c h h e l d a re c e p tio n M oi te r n o o n fro m th r e e to five o’clo c k fo r M rs M a r y D a v is of H y d e P a r k , N . Y. M r s D a v i s w a s p r e s i d e n t o f th e M is­ s i o n a r y S o c iety d u r i n g th e p a s t o r a t e o f h e r late, h u s b a n d , th e R e v . G e o rg e S. D a v is, a v e re t u r n e d fro m a m o toi th r u th e A d iro n d a c k s a n d Cana< M r a n d M r s D e L loyd D . N a s h of E l i z a b e th , N. J. a r e en jo y in g a tw o w e e k s v a c a t i o n a t C r a r y v ille, N . Y. w i th - t h e foi-mex-’s m o th e r , M rs A let- ta N a s h , a n d re l a t i v e s a n d frie n d s o u t of tow n . D r . a n d M r s H o n e y f o r d , w h o m o - ired o v e r to C a n a d a a n d h a v e been go n e fo r th r e e w e e k s — s p e n d in g one week at the Toronto exhibition and th e n v i s itin g m a n y p la c e s of in t e r e s t — h a v e re t u r n e d h o m e a n d re p o r t a v e r y p l e a s a n t trip . -vesant F a l ls. D e tectiv e Jo s e p h A. D a ly, a H u d s o n boy, w h o serv e s a s b o d y g u a r d o r Governor Miller w h e n \the executive^ is v i s it in g in N e w Y o r k u n d e r w e n t a n oiperation fo r a p p e n d ic itis M o n d a y , a t th e B ro o k l y n h o s p ita l, R a y m o n d s t r e e t a n d D e K a lb a v e n u e . H e w a s i g e e t in g a lo n g a m e m b e r of th e s t a f f isp e c to r C o u g h lin. PHILMONT TALENT WILL REPEAT PLAY ‘Brookdale LacTy’ Here— Mis­ sionary Society Reception — Res’”Lcs Position. The Crusader Club of Pliilmont will p r e s e n t th e c o m e d y - d r a m a “A C o u p le o f M illio n ” in fo u r a c ts b v W . B. H a r e a t G r a n g e H a ll, O ld C liath a m ,’ F r i d a y ev e n in g , S e p te m b e r ' 29th. T h is is th e th i r d - p r e s e n t a t i o n o f th i s p la y by th e C r u s a d e r s , a n d it Avill be a c t e d a t C h a t h a m by th e sa m e c a s t ■that sco r e d su c h a d e c id e d h i t h o m e a n d on th e ro a d . A ro y a l t y is d e m a n d e d by th e playivrig-hts fo r ev e r y p e r i o r m a n c e of th e p lay . A t P h i l m o n t it w a s p r o n o u n c e d th e m o s t a d m i r a b l y a c t e d lo c a l - t a l e n t p l a y ever produced in th e village. M iss M a r io n K . C r a n d e ll w ill a g a i n b e seen in th e head in g role. S h e w ill ■be s u p p o r t e d by J o h n F . Y e r r i c k in th e p a r t o f th e y o u n g m illio n a ire an d co m p a n y of ta l e n t e d a c to r s . ' T h e c a s t of c h a r a c t e r s : : B e m is B e n n in g to n , W illed T w o M il­ lio n (O n C o n d itio n ) ....................... ....................................... J o h n F . Y e r r ic k H o n . J e r e m y W i s e ( A N e w Y o r k O f- ; fice L a w y e r ............. C h a r le s R e iss J a m e s P a t r i e B iirn e s , A n Office B o y ............................... W illia m N . G lo v e r P r o f e s s o r N o a h J a b b , of O p a l o o p a . . . .......................................... W illia m B a te s B e v e r ly L o m a n , S h e riff of O p a loops ............................. E a r l H . M a c C a u ley S q u ire P i p e r , o f O p a lo o p a ..................... ....................................... G e o rg e J o h n s o n P a y F a i r b a n k s , T h e B e lle o f O p a lo o p a ..................... M iss M a r io n R . C r a n d e ll Mrs Clarice Courtenay, Fay’s Aunt,., .............................M rs C laren c e H o c to r G e n e v ieve M c G u lly, W ise’s S t e n o g r a ­ p h e r ................M iss R u t h O v e r b a u g h S a m m y B e ll P o r t e r , A n O p a lo o p a G irl .......................... M iss E m m a J. W h i te P in k , A C o lo red G i r l .................................... ............................. . M iss L o u ise F o w le r Synopsis of Scene.s. A c t I — T im e , T h e m o n t h of Ju ly . P la c e .— T h e w a i t i n g ro o m of th e law office of H o n . J e r e m y W ise on th e 16th . H o o r o f th e C lo u d k iss B u ild in g , N e w Y o rk . A c t I I — T im e , A m i d - a f t e r n o o n in O c to b e r. P l a c e . T h e Y a r d Of th e C o u r t H o u s e in O p a lo o p a , A la b a m a . A c t I I I — T im e . T h e n e x t a f te r n o o n . P la c e . T h e s a m e a s A c t II. A c t IV — T im e . T h e m o n t h of J a n ­ u a r y . P l a c e . T h e d r a w i n g ro o m in ' th e h o m e of M rs C o u r tenaj'- in O p a ­ loo p a , A la b a m a . “B r o o k d a l e L a d y ” H e r e . T h e fa s t p a c in g m a r e “B r o o k d a l e L a d y ” o w n e d by J o h n M c C o u r t of M illb r o o k a r r i v e d F r i d a y a t th e s t a ­ bles of D . D . M a n s field. S h e is e n ­ tered , .in th e 2:17 p a c e a t th e G r e a t B a r r i n g t o n F a i r n e x t w e e k a n d w ill r e s t o v e r h e r e u n t i l th e fa i r races. M r M a n s field d r o v e “B r o o k d a le L a d y ” to seco n d a n d th i r d m o n e y in tw o h a r d - f o u g h t ra c e s a t th e C h a th a m a n d N a s s a u fa i r s th i s season. Silk Flag of Odd Fellows Has Gone Through Every State — Stars Sewn on hy Rehekahs P a r k L o d g e o f O d d F e llo w s , lo c a te d in H y d e P a r k , a few m iles n o r t h o f P o u g h k e e p s ie , is p o s s e s s o r of a silk flag w i th a w o n d e r f u l h isto r y , it h a v ­ in g tra v e l e d t h r u e v e r y S t a t e in th e U n ion, a n d th e R e b e k a h b r a n c h in ev­ er-/ S t a t e h a s p a r t i c i p a t e d in th e m a k ­ in g o f it c o m p lete. T w o y e a r s ag o R o b e r t C. H a lp in , fo r m e r p o s t m a s t e r o f H y d e P a r k , p la n n e d to h a v e a n A t >le a n flag se n t to ev e r y S t a t e in t.’ liliio n a n d to h a v e th e R e b e k a h L o d g e in th e c a p i­ ta l city of each State sew a s t a r on th e field of. b lu e . T h e flag s t a r t e d .aw ay o n D e c e m b e r 18, 1920. W h e n ea c h S tate, w ith th e e x c e p tio n o f N e w Y’o r k , h a d b e e n v isited , a n d a s t a r sew n on, th e flag w e n t to W a s h i n g ­ ton, w h e r e W a s h in g t o n L o d g e , N o . 1 a t t a c h e d it to ' a h a n d s o m e flag-staff. T h e la s t s t a r w a s sew n a t th e sessio n of th e G r a n d L o d g e in A lb a n y , th e c e r e m o n ie s b e in g in c h a r g e o f M o u n t C a r m e l L o d g e , ■ o f w h ic h th e G r a n d M a s te r is a m e m b e r . . M o u n t C a r m e l p r e s e n te d th e flag to th e o u tg o i n g G r a n d Master, Edward C. Conway, w h o in tu r n p r e s e n te d -it to H a r o l d M a s ter. M r A r t h u r w i t h h i s w ife a n d sm a ll d a u g h t e r , v isite d H y d e P a r k on T h u r s d a y n i g h t a s g u e s t s of th e H o n . Fi-anklin D. Roosevelt in his home. W h e re V flag w a s re t u r n e d to its o r ig in a l o w n e r w i t h im p o s in g c e r e ­ m o n ies. H o n . H a m i l t o n F i s h , J r ., b e ­ in g a s s o c i a te d w ith M r R o o s e v e lt in th e re c e p t i o n p r o g r a m . T h e cerem o n ies o p e n e d w i th a n a d ­ d r e s s b y th e N o b le G r a n d o f P a r k de P a r k , J a m e s V a il, w h o th e G r a n d M a s ter, H a r o l d S. A r t h u r . M r A r t h u r gav< d id a d d r e s s in w h ic h h e to ld tra v e ls o f th e flag, a n d a t th e close of h is re m a r k s p r e s e n t e d th e flag to th e 1-Ion. F r a n k l i n D. R o o s e v e l t M r R o o s ­ ev e lt a c c e p t e d fo r th e H y d e P a r k L o d g e , a n d re s p o n d e d , p r e s e n t i n g th e flag, in tu r n to M r H a lp i n w h o a c ­ ted fo r P a r k L o d g e . C o n g r e s s m a n ajso sp o k e , g iv in g a n in t e r e s t i n g ta l k , a n d th e ce r e m o n ie s w e r e co n ­ clu d e d w ith th e N^ational A n t h e m . A f t e r th e p r e s e n t a t i o n c e r e m o n ies th o s e p r e s e n t b e c a m e g u e s t s a t a d i n ­ ner given by Mr Roosevelt, Grand M a s t e r A r t h u r a n d h is fa m ily rem a in lOdge, Hy( itro d u c e d Of th( Old Fashioned Dances to Be Revived; Will Be Adapted to Modern Tempo, Experts Say W i th th e re v i v a l of th e ta n g o w e ll on its w a y 'to poipularity, it is e n t i r e ­ ly possib le th e r e w ill be a re n a issa n c e of o t h e r o l d - f a s h io n e d d a n c e s as w e ll. T u r n i n g p a r t n e r s to th e le f t o r sw in g ­ in g a ll h a n d s a r o u n d m a y becom e as fa m i l i a r to th e p r e s e n t g e n e r a t io n as th e y w e r e to fo r m e r ones. So d e ­ c la r e d J o s e p h O ’B r ie n , p r e s i d e n t of th e In t e r n a t i o n a l A s s o c iatio n , M a s ters of D a n c in g , now in jo i n t co n v e n tio n w i t h th e A m e r ic a n N a t i o n a l A s s o c ia­ tio n of D a n c in g in th e H o t e l C o m m o ­ d o r e , N e w Y o r k , y e s te r d a y . T h e old ste p s w o u ld be a d a p t e d to th e tem p o m o d e r n m u s ic, h e said, b u t th e th e m e s c o u l d se r v e a s th e in s p i r a tio n n e w v e r s io n . T h u s O ’B r ie n p o in t e d ou t, th e la n c e r s , th e s c h o tt i s h e Lnd o t h e r b y g o n e d a n c e s itored. e p o l k a ai - * I be restc T h e A m e r ic a n tan g o , f e a t u r e of th e d a n c i n g m a s te r s ’ co n v e n tio n , is a v a ­ riation of th e A r g e n t i n e a n d P a r i s i a n brand- w h i c h a r o u s e d a sto r m of p r o ­ te s t six o r e i g h t y e a r s ag o fro m c le r g y ­ m e n a n d re f o r m e r s . T h e a d a p t i o n h a s e l im i n a te d th e q u a l i t i e s o f th e o r ig i n a l s h e l d to be o b je c t i o n a b le a n d .su b s titu ted rh y t h m i c m o v e m e n ts. “E v e n to d a y d a n c i n g in s t r u c t o r s in s m a l l to w n s a r e w a r y of te a c h i n g th e ta n g o ” , O ’B r i e n sa i d , “fo r fe a r it' m a y provoke unfriendly criticism frotn the c h u r c h e s . S t a g e e x h i b i t i o n s b y p r o - . fe s s i o n a l d a n c e r s w e r e re s p o n s ib l e foi- th e in d i g n a n t o u t b u r s t s o f a few y e a r s ago. T h o s e step s w e r e e x a g ­ g e r a te d , a s .some d a n c e s t e p s 'a r e \ t o ­ day, b u t th e y d id n o t re p r e s e n t th e re a l tan g o , w h ic h is a d a n c e of sm o o th n e s s a n d d istin c tio n . S. A r t h u r , th e n e w ly in s ta lle d G r a n d . i n g in h o s p i ta b l e m a n s i o n o v e r n i g h t . UNIQUE M W COACH WAS HEHE Has Enclosed Drawing Room and Open Forward Section — ^Seats 24 Passengers. \ I W h a t is by f a r t h e la r g e s t a n d m o s t Assaulted Jailor Stevens_and ’f S c T T S S r CAPTUREO IN NEW YORK CITY Made Their.Get-away Froni County Jail-f-HaVe Been at Large Aboiit a Week. 'A c c o rd in g to a telegi-anf received y S h e r if f C a r t e r fro m C h e if In s p e e - or L a h e y of th e Ne-w Yoi-k p o lice d e ­ p a r t m e n t B r e w e r L e e a n d M e lvin fts, th e tw o im a te s of th e H u d s o ir 1 w h o a-fter a s s a u l t i n g J a i l o r P r a n k ■vens, m a d e g'ood th e i r escape, an d fo r w h o m th e officers of se v e r a l c o u n ­ ties h a v e b e e n loo k in g , since a tveek a - go F r i d a y w h e n th e escap e h a p p e n e d , h a v e been a r r e s t e d 'i n N e w Y o r k city w h e r e th e y a r e ‘b e in g h e l d th e r e p e h d - g th e a r r i v a l o f lo c a l officei-s to in g th e m T h e th i r d in th e ja i l b r e a k , a named Cleveland, has been tracked, so it is said, to St. Albans, Vt., -ivhere his t h e m b a c k to th i s city. p a r t y w h o w a s c o n c e r n e d b r e a k , a y o u n g , fello w ’ 7 ^\' R e s u m e s R o s itio n . E . J . S e ip e r t of N e w Y o r k , w h o a c t - [ as c a s h ie r in th e P h i l m o n t , F i r s t N a t i o n a l B a n k d u r i n g th e ab s e n c e 'H a r o l d L . D e W a ld , h a s re t u r n e d . p e W a l d h a s re s u m e d h i s p la c e in th e . so n w a s b o r n to M r a n d M rs John; D. P e y s t e r of G r e e n p o r t a t th e C ity H o s p ita l. H e w ill be know n , as J o h n M ilton. W i llia m a n d J o n a s H a y n o r , o f L iv ­ in g s to n , w e r e in H u d s o n y e s te r d a y . N e a l W h itb e c k , o f T a g h k a n ic , s p e n t y e s t e r d a y in H u d s o n . M r a n d M rs F r e d . C o n k lin , o f M il- le r t o n , w e r e c a lle r s in to w n y e s t e r - j n u r s e in ti'a i n in g H o s p ital, N e w Y o r k a1 f t e r s p e n d in g sev- Miss Maud Smi a t th e N e w Y o r k city, h a s re t u r n e d a e r a l d a y s w i t h h e r p a r e n t s on A llen St. M r a n d M rs E . S. W e s tf a ll w h o h a v e b e e n sp e n d in g se v e r a l d a y s w ith frie n d s in C lifto n , N. J . a n d N e iv Y o r k city re t u r n e d h o m e S u n d a y . M iss L i llia n C o le of P h i l m o n t u n ­ d e r w e n t a n o p e r a t io n y e s t e r d a y a t th e H u d s o n C ity H o s p i t a l w h i c h w a s p e r ­ fo r m e d b y D r . H . C. G a lster. H a r r i s o n V a n T a s s e l o f L a k e C h a r ­ lo t te is a p a t i e n t in th e C ity H o s p i­ ta l w h e r e h e w ill u n d e r g o a n <%)era- tio n to d a y to .be p e r f o r m e d by D r . J . L . E d w a r d s . M r a n d M rs L e o n L a n e of S c h e n e c ­ tady, Mr and Mrs Alfred Loomis and Miss B e r t h a C o o n s m o t o r e d to th e Ashokan Dam Sunday and also visi­ te d friends in Poughkeepsie. 'Miss Jennie Delamatei fo r m e r H u d s o n re s id e n t , in g in P o u g h k e e p s ie , h a s a g a in residence fn this city. ir, R. N., a sin c e re s i d - idence M o r g a n G. F i n k l e , o f A n c r a m Lead- M ines, w a s a v i s i to r te r d a y . f a t h e r resid e s . H is a r r e s t is sa id to be im m in e n t. A f te r th e th r e e fellow s m a d e g o o d th e i r escap e fro m th e lo c a l jail, th e y A thens^ N. Y., w h e r e L e e ’s fa t h e r is sa i d to resid e . T h e r e a i l trace of th e m w a s lost, till a roto- b e i’y of a w a ll p a p e r s t o r e in C a ts- ill b y th r e e y o u n g m e n a n i g h t a f ­ te r , in w h ic'h $75 w a s ta k e n fro m a casih re g iste r . A f t e r th e rdbbeiY in C a tsk ill th e S ta te o f f icials b e liev e d th a t T u f ts a n d L e e h a d m a d e tr a c k s fo r N e w Y o r k . C lu e s led th e S ta te police to b e ­ lieve th a t th e r e h a d b e e n a ro w . b e ­ tw e e n th e th r e e m e n , andi th a t th i s ro w c a u s e d C lev e lan d to m a k e tra c k s fo r V e r m o n t, th e to w n of St. A lb a n s h a y in g been h is n a t iv e h e a t h . i t is th o u g h t th a i a n d T u f t s fell in to N e w Y o r k p o lice th e y rev e a led h is w h e r e a b o u ts. A s th e r e w a s evid e n tly ill feelin g b e tw e e n th e th r e e m e n w h o b r o k e ja i l h e r e to g e th e r , b u t eh o r tl; a f t e r w a r d h a d a ro w th a t ire y e s ­ te r d a y w ith a p a r t y o f C le v e la n d e r s •wiho a r e to u r i n g th e e a s t e r n a n d co a s t re s o r ts. T h e s t r i k i n g ty p e of th i s u n ­ u s u a l c o n v e y a n c e a t t r a c t e d a cro w d w h e r e v e r it w e r e M. W . L u s k . a n d J. W . Cleveland. o f T h e 'W h ite Com] In th e p a r t y S p a u ld in g T h e c a r is desigm tor c o a c h e s o p e r a t i n g b e t w e e n P a r i s a n d M o n te C a rlo, w h e r e it is k n o w n a s “v o itu r e d e g r a n d to u r i s m e , ” meaning a c a r fo r e x ten s iv e to u r i n g . I n A m e r i c a it is re f e r r e d to a s a to u r ­ in g salo n . T h e co a c h w o r k is by L e o n R 'ubay, o f th e R u b a y C o m p a n y , o f C lev e lan d , w h o b r o u g h t th i s d e s ig n b a c k fro m P r a n c e a s th e la t e s t ‘a c h ie v e m e n t o f tttie F r e n c h co a c h b u ild e r s .. T h e lo n g p n e u m a t i c tire d ■chassis on w h i c h is w a s m o u n te d , w a s m a d e b y T h e W h i t e Coim a sp e c ia l ty p e develop< e n d m o to r b u s sei'vice. Luxury’s limit seems to have been reached in the design and appoinl- nients of this touring talon. It. has ah enclosed drawing room :n the rear, accommodating 12 persons and an op<n forward section, larger than the lo p a nly j a n d is co a c h ■ s i to-uring c a r a n d a c c o m m o d a t- ■i 2 .m o re. B a g g a g e is c a r r i e d on nom of th e enclo-se-d sectio n , fo r •\vhiCh p u r p o s e fo ld in g s t a i r s a r e p r o ­ v id e d . in case of s t o r m th e o p e n se'i- tion can be quickly sheltered by a to p a n d sid e c u r t a i n s . T h e to u r i n g salo n is a re f l e c t io n 01 th e ra p i d d e v e l o p m e n t th a t h a s t.xken p l a c e in tfie m c 'ior co a c h a n d bu s fie l d s in 'th e la s t y e a r . V e h icles of th e de lu x e ty p e w lt'n la r g ,e c a r r y ­ in g ca p a c i ty , a r e b e i n g u.sed b y h i g h clasai h o t e l s ; clu b s a n d tr a n s p o r t a ­ tio n co m p a n i e s in th e e f f o r t to a t ­ tr a c t a n d h o ld p a t r o n a g e th r u th? use of sm a r t , w e ll-a p p o i n te d e q u ip m e n t. O n e F r e n c h ra il w a y o p e r a t e d 175 of th e s e to u r i n g salo n s to c a r r y p a t ­ ro n s fro m its te r m i n a l to re s o r t s 20 to 40 k i l o m e t e r s d ista n t. F iv e o f th e m leav e P a r i s ev e r y d a y d u r i n g th e M o n te C a r lo seaso n , c a r - I'ying th e i r p a s s e n g e r s o v e r 800 m iles. T h e p o p u l a r i t y of t h i s t y p e a b r o a d h a s e x te n d e d even to A lg e r ia, w h e r e a ; m a n y a r e in EIRE DEPARTMENT CALLED OUT TWICE T h e fire d e p a r t m e n t w a s c a lled o u t twice Monday in answer to alarms LTst in fro m bo x e s ,18. a n d 5 alarm was rung in shorlortly after 5:30 in th e m o r n i n g a n d th e seco n d one a t 6:30 in th e In both cases the fire wa.s on the ;e st d u m p in th e r e a r o f th e p l a n t of C. '^H. E v a n s & Sons. ; W h e n th e fire m e n a r r i v e d in a n ­ sw e r t o th e f i r s t a l a r m , g r e a t v o lu m e s o f sm o k e c a m e p o u r i n g fro m th e d u m p , b u t n o t m u c h fire w a s in evi­ dence. A s t r e a m fro m W a s h i n g t o n H o s e Co. q u i c k l y su b d u e d w h a .t fire th e r e w a s. L a s t nighit th e fire a g a i n b r o k e o u t a n d th e d e p a r t m e n t w a s re c a l l e d to th e scene a n d q u ick ly ex tin g u ish e d th e b laze. FIRST MEETING Of PARENT-TEACHERS’ ASSOCIATION T h e H u d s o n lache e rs s A s sociiatio M o t h e r s a n d P a r e n t T e a c h r A s s o c n w ill h o l d Its first m e e t i n g o f th e se a s o n W e d n e s ­ d a y evening, S e p te m b e r 20, • a t .7:30 o’clo c k a t th e H i g h S c h o o l a u d i t o r i ­ u m . N e w m a m b e r s w i ll b e re c e iv e d th i s m e e t i n g th e b u s i n e s s e n d of w h ic h w ill be d e v o ted to o r g a n iz a t i o n p u r p o s e s . F o r th e so c ial p a r t of th e m e e t i n g , a re c e p t io n w ill be h e ld fo r th e 'n e w S u p e r i n t e n d e n t of Schools, M o n t g o ­ m e r y C. S m ith , th e n e w H i g h S c h o o l P r i n c i p a l , C h a r le s V. . H a r t s o n , a n d th e n e w m e m b e r s of th e fa c u l t i e s of th e fo u r schools. R e f r e s h m e n t s \will be serv e d a n d the evening will be one of great en­ jo y m e n t. ' N o t only th e m o t h e r s a r e a s k e d to com e to this meeting and reception b u t f a t h e r s also a r e g iv e n a n u r g e n t in v i t a t i o n to b e p r e s e n t a n d th e a t ­ te n d a n c e is n o t lim i t e d to m e m 'bers of . t h e A s s o c iatio n a lo n e b u t a ll p a r ­ e n t s w h o a r e in t e r e s t e d a r e co r d i a ll y in v ite d to co m e to th e m e e tin g . EXIMIHMIONS FOR CMPPmOFFICES istm a s te r a t P h i l m o n t a n d N e w L e b a n o n w ill be 'held by th e U. S. C ivil S e r v ice C o m ­ m issio n O c to b e r 1 4 th. T h e s a l a r y a t th e N e w L e b a n o n o f fice is $1,800, •while t h e P h i l m o n t o ffice p a y s $2,000. T h e v a c a n c ies in th e s e offices w ill ec- G u r N o v e m b e r 21st. at perhaps after L e e 3 t h e h a n d s o f th e re s u lte d : th e disibanding of th e trio . T u f ts a n d o N e -# Y o r k a n d Cleve- S 'oin g ing- it fo r th e S t a te o f V e r - ‘S h e r if f C a r t e r a n d D e p u ty S h e r if f M a x R o s e n f ield le f t M o n d a y a f t e r ­ n o o n on th e 4:15 tra i n fo r N e w Y o r k city, fo llo w in g th e a r r i v a l of th e te le ­ g r a m to th e lo c a l s h e r i f f ’s office s t a t ­ in g t h a t th e tw o fello w s h a d b e e n a r ­ re s te d b y N e w Y o r k p o lice o f f icial and. w e r e b e in g h e ld pending* a d v ices' f r o m H u d s o n . T h e H u d s o n o f f icials ex p e c t to a r ­ riv e w i th th e tw o m e n in cu s to d y th is m o r p in g . MINOR MISHAPS REPORTED TO POLICE B e n n y G o ld s tein re p o r t e d to p o lice ?a ad dq qu ua ar rt tee rs s M o n d a y , ^eveningevening t w h i le h e w a s d r i v in g h is c a r over h e r M o n d a y , ^ the*£ ^ t h a ’ the & A. t r a c k s on S e v e n th stre.et one of sig n a l g a t e s fell d o w n on h is c a r damaging th e top. T h e c a s e o f J o h n T e r r y , a co lo red man charged w ith stealing a la d y ’s d r e s s w a s a d j o u r n e d in th e C ity C o u r t M o n d a y m o r n in g u n t i l to d a y in o r ­ d e r to give b o t h p a r t i e s f u r t h e r tim e to g e t w itn e s s e s . J o e ^ o s s i ,of R o c h e s te r , w h o w a s a r r e s t e d fo r c a r rid i n g , w a s dis- :e P o lish ish a n d M a r k ra t s k y M o n d a y m o r n in g . H e cla im e d th a t a n a r g u m e n t led to a n ec h a n g e o f blo w s d u r in g w h ic h h e w a s s t r u c k w i t h a b l a c k - j a c k . H i s case is se t fo r th i s m o r n in g . J o e Z e m b e e r b r o u g h t in a c o m p l a in t a g a i n s t G e o i'g e P o l a n d M a r k B a - Chine«e Multiply Rapidly. ] Six million children -are bom ev< year in China. An Expei’ience Social. A n ex p e r ie n c e so c ia l w ill b e h e ld trie 'b a s e m e n t o f th e H a r le m v il le . E . c h u r c h on S e p t. 23, 1922. T h e la d ie s w h o w ish to, a r e re q u e s t e d to e a r n a d o l l a r a n d te l l h o w th e y did it. T h e r e w ill be a g r a b b a g a t 10c a g r a b a n d a little la t e r in th e ev e n in g lu n c h co s ti n g 25c fo r th o s e w h o d id n o t d o n te a d o lla r , w ill b e serv e d . C o m e a n d b r i n g a frie n d . ev e n in g .— a d v ^^rsddhBac/LmanC(y A Special Three-Day Selling of NEW FALL PLEATED SKIRTS Marked at an Exceptionally Low Price for This Special Sale— $5.95 ■ M d There are shades of hrowii, tan and black and White —as well as several bines here in these new Fall Pleated Prunella kirts. The materials re striped and barred in contrasting colors of blue and gray, brown and tan, blue and tan, gtc. - Band sizes range from 26 o 36. .. They’re very genetrously pleated—their colors harmonize with the new Fall 'Sweaters. z' • Despite tlieir quality and smartness, they’re priced at this very low figure. This Sale Lasts for Three Days Only. Come in While As­ sortments Are Big and Choose the Skirt You Want.

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