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asE golttmbia : REp-nBLioAK T uesday , notomer . 7, 1922 IHEELECTIflN 1 RESULTS THRiUT THE COUNTRY OswegK>— carries Osiwego •county b y 3,0OO. B e a c o n —(Mi:,Her carries B e a c o n by 193. T b w y e a r s ag-oi M iller w o n b y iSchenecrtad'y—Schenectady com ­ plete. Smith 12,872; IVKMer 9,818. R o c lieater— ^IMonroe county, 78 dls- IrtGts, M iller 14,061; Sm ith 14,6210. PhilaJdelphia— 'Fin'choit, R e p u b li­ can , elected G o v e n io r by ISOjOfOO. liller 2,787; S m ith 2,4:220. N'^ew Yo: o r k — T h e T im e s cla im s th e Ith a c a — -Itihaca gives . 2,4:2 V Y electio n o f Copeland. iNaw Y o r k — ^^Copeland led C a lder by 5,500 v o t e s in 30 di'stricits in G r e a ter K e w Y o r k . iNew Y o r k — 1272 d istricts in N e w Y o r k city giy e Sm ith 352,00 0, and M iller 120,265. Pittsibu.rg-h— Cong'i'e.ssman V a r e w ired R,eipub.li!can headquarters “P in ­ ch ot carries P e n n s y lv a n ia by 180,000. Marion O.—President Harding’s home ward voted ovenyhelm;ingly for T h o m p s o n , R e p ., fo r G o v e rnor, 220 to S8. M a d ison, Was.— S e n a t o r L a F o l - lette. R e p ., re-elected B n ited S tates ^ S e n a t o r over IMrs W h o o p e i', D e in., e a r ly retu r n s sh o w . H e is h o ld in g a 4 to 1 lead. Topokia, Ka,n.— Jon a th a n D a v is , r>em., h a s slig h t lead ov e r W . Y . M o r ­ gan. Reip., fo r G o v e r n o r in fa c e of sca t t e r in g returns. B in g h a m t o n — ^Smith carries c it y b y J a m e s t o w n — iCdty com p lete g iv e s M iller 5,3,92; Smifth 3,136; CaTder 5, 084; C o p e land 2,269. . Boston—KJomlplete retunis from s m a l l to w n s sh o w e d Lodlge g a in in g ste a d i l y . Oox a l s o gam in g . F igu r e s •gave B a d g e 7307; G a s ton 4308; Cox V2i3‘4; F itzg e r a ld 3777. ’Alibaniy— iSm ith’s electio n ' c o n c e d e d , (by G o v . M iller a t 10 o’clock . Rochester—-Monroe oountiy in 192 xSdistriots g iv e Miller* 315,860; Sm ith S6.376; C a lder 37,31'3; C o p e land 32, INerw Yoitk— GST. Y . W o r ld p r e d icts S m ith ivill carry G r e a ter N e w Y*o<rk b y 55,5,0-00. S y r a c u s e — ,56. O n e ida co u n t y d i s ­ tr i c t s g iv e M ilter 8676; Sm ith 13527; C a ld e r 10,3'86; C o p e land 1(0,8*68, iR o c h e s ter— (CSty -gives S m ith pM r - a U t y o f 5,06*0. (New York.— *2,271 e lectio n ’ d istricts ou*t Of 2,74'9 in GreaJter Netw* York g-ive S m ith 6,24,86'2; (MiiUer 224,092. N e w Y o r k — D r R o y a l C o p e land, 3>em., ra n n e a r ly twio to on e over S e n ­ a t o r C a lder in Broo,klyn. P a r tia l re­ tu r n s slm w e d . 2*50 d istricts o u t o f 9'51 g a v e CopeOand 58,734; C a lder 29,,55G. Ro,Chester—S m ith carried M o n roe cfounity by th r e e votes. 'Trenton, N. J.— ^^Portial retu r n s from th e S tate in d icate th e eleetio n o f Gov. E*dWards over S e n a tor Sen ­ a t o r Preiinyh'u>*isen fo r th e U n ited S ta t e s Sienate. H a r tford , Conn.— 'Comp'tete city r e ­ turns sh o w F it z g e r a ld h a s carried the ,city by 2,50'0 fo r G o v ernor. H e is a *Dem'ocrat. D e m o c r a t ic 'ticket a p p a r ­ en tly •ninn'ing a h e a d in sm a ll towns'. 'Monitipelier, V t.—^ 0 ou t o f 247 dis­ trict.,' gi;m th e Repiuiblican* candidate for G o v e r n o r 17,282; D e m o c r a t ic 15, 335; for Senator, R e p u b lican can d i­ date 15,532; D e m o c r a tic candidate 17, B a ltim o r o , Md.— 3-28 districts out of 1,9'9*0 g’ive Bruce, D em ., oa.ndi*date ifor U. S. S e n a t e 39, 446; F ia n c e , R e p .. 691. T h is in c lu d e s 314 d istricts o f N e w Y o r k — *3,006 d istricts outside o f N e w Y o r k city g iv e Ml(Eler 506,525; S m ith 468,8,68. F o r U. S. Senator, 2,323 d istricts 'Ouitside of N e w Y o r k city give C a lder 388,579; C o p eland 335,722. W a s h ington, D. C.— R e p u b lican SOMEH.H.S.N0IES OFeERAL INTEREST A n a s s e m b ly w a s held in th e high sch o o l auditorium ; yesterd a y m o r n ­ ing. P r in c ip a l H a r tson m a d e th e an n o u n c e m e n t th a t M iss M a y m e E I n g lish-L illotte w o u ld giv e a n o th e r R iley program in th e h ig h sch o o l au - J, ditorium for th e h ig h sch o o l pupils in th e aftern o o n . H e r program w o u ld be th e sam e a s th e program of th e even in g before. A s soon as M iss L illotte finished h e r program in the grade school, sh e w o u ld com e h ig h sch o o l and begin th a t program . H e §aid th a t th e aftern o o n pei’iods w o u ld n o t be shortened, but a s soon as M iss L illotte arrived, th e sch o o l 'gong w o u ld be ru n g a n d th e pupils, h a v in g tick e ts w o u ld .p a s s to th e a u ­ ditorium . T h e rest of th e p u p ils w o u ld rem a in in th e ir class roon' ~ u n til th e State leaders in P e n n s y lvan ia p r e - I o*’ period. T h e rest of the d iet I^ n c h o t’s eleotion by 185,*000 for I ^-^sembly w a s used in sin g in g . T h e G o v e r n o r of th a t state. I tw o Opposite sid e s o f th e aAiditorium L ittle F a lls, N . Y.— C a lder received had a com p e tition during one son g 1530 a,nd C o p e land 1715. to see w h ich sid e sa n g th e louder. Troy, N . Y'.— 'Com p lete city returns On one sid e w e r e th e boys and slio-w M iller 10,714-; Sm ith 1715. th e other, th e girls. T h e ju d g e s re- H e r k im e r . ?r. Y .— ^The city com p lete ' 71 BODIES ARE BROUGHTPROM COAL MINE IN PENNSYLVANIA PAGE ETTE give.s Sm ith 1563; ivii'ller 1348; C o p e­ land 134,7; C a lder 1215. HELPED TO SECURE ELECTION RETURNS T h e R epuiblican is indeibted to th e fo.llo>wing for th e ir co-operatio*n in secu r in g th e election retu r n s from thiniout C o lum b ia co u n ty last night: D r E fw o o d O liver, Ancoram; F lo y d C. B a r ton, A n c ram L e a d M ines; V a l­ en tin e Steuerwald; C h a tham , 34 I son, O a h aan F o u r ciornei Chathi Couriei la m ; Andrew Van Alstyne Ch: h a m Center; H . E . P r a t t, M a lden Bridge; Aaron \Vian Vleok, Ol'averack; W. P. Wiildiermuth, Hollowylille; G. J. Anderson, Mellenville; H. White, Phil- I monit; H . S, W illiam s , Ol-enmionf; Geo. Keat- fused to give a d e c ision. At 3:15 ye.stcrday afternoon, tlie sch o o l g o n g ran g and th e p u p ils p a s s ­ ed! to th e auditorium , -where th e y heard Miss Lillotte’s interesting Riley program in co.stum e. T h e program la s t e d from 3:15 to 4:45 and w a s g r e a tly enjoyed. M iss H o o d san g solos during tw o of the intermissions la n d Josep h T a m a r in played th e vio - ■lin and Joyce R o w ley, th e piano, during th e first in term ission . T h e program w a s th e sam e as th a t of last n ig h t and m a n y w h o h a d gon e last n igh t, w e n t again. ' The Glee Club will not meet to- 'day, but w ill m e e t tom o r r o w in th e ier, 1 h ig h sch o o l auditorium . T h e day for (a t-■ rehearsal was changed from \Wednes- tday to T h u r sday, b e c a u s e th e d a y wa.s ■Inconvenient for b o y s in th e G lee 'Club, w h o w e r e g o in g out for b a s k e t­ b a ll an d track. A meeting of the Students Activi- C o m m ittee w a s h e l d y e s t e r d a y S. Wagoner, Oraryviiile; T. inig, C o p a k e F a lls; E . E . Coons, G a l- . . -u , latin v ille; A. P . Didhev, G e r m a n tow n : .c o r n i n g m th e h ig h sch o o l au d ltor- E-hnier M. m t i t e , G h e n t; A n d rdw »s soon a s th e stu d e n t s h a d p a s s . ■HI sqox , Huidson, K. D. 2; Geo*. Sim o n s assem b ly. H illsd a le; J- H . Steitz, G h e n t R - D. 2; ■ T h e ir w e r e no ten n is, bask e tb a ll, or (Mary E. R e id, K inderhaak; M rs Wm'. 'cross-cou n try ru n n in g a c t iv it ies car- H . W illiam s, V a latie; R. W . B a r ford, [ r ied on y e s t e r d a y becau s e o f th e Niver-ville; T h e r o n Moipre, ElizavMlle, w e a th e r . ■R. D .; Jo h n H . Feller; LM itIh'go; Jas. I A sh o r t m e e t in g of th e Senior Class' J. N o lan, L e b a n o n Springs, N . Y .; !w a s held^ y e s t e r d a y noon. L y a ll T a n - :F. W . Vaindenbungh, StJockiport; E . R , ' w a s ch o s e n a s th e Senior boy Sh'ufeit, s t o t t ^ e ; c . H . i>rum m , m e m b e r o f th e S tu d e n t ’s' A c tivity . Com ,m ittee. T h e Senior g irl m e m - |tber. P r a n c e s H o w land, w a s ch o s e n a t a form e r m e e tin g . Stuyvesant; ack, R - D ., an d H u d s o n Re;gfister; W. Pingar, Claver- i T h e r e w e r e n o arrests o f a n y Idnd C a n d id a tes for boy’s v a r s it y b a s k e t- in th e city M o n d a y w:Moh m a d e it ball w ill have a tr y out in th e h ig h unnocesisary to h o ld cou r t T u e sday, s c h o o l gym n a s iu m th is afternoon. Twenty-nine Men Found Alive ' by Rescue Crews Working Last Night — Pathetic Scenes at Mouth of Mine. 'Spangler, P,a., NoA^ 6— Tho*usands o f m en, w o m e n and ch ildren, w ild ly excited , m a n y near-crazed w i t h g r ief and anxiety, w a ited around th e sh a f t Of tihe R e illy m ine here M o n d a y n igh t a s rescu e w o r k e r s , recru ited from m a n y c it ie s in w e s tern P e n n s y lvan ia w e r e rem ioving b o d ies of victim s of roving T h e w o r k of reanovin g th e corpses w a s tedious. T h e rescu e crew s w e r e ■proceeding care'fiully ever w a t c h fu l th a t no* livin g m a n be le f t in th e m ine. T h e rude w a s to rush all su r v ivors to th e to p first and ch e c k up oir th e list of v ictim s later. T h e v ictim s a t 9 o’clock M o n d a y niigiht nmnibered 71, accord*inig; to res­ cue crew s com ing' from th e sh a f t to make ivay for relief. 29 men had been rescued aliv e a ll o f w h o m w e r e in th e 'Miner’s H osipital. O n e w a s re­ ported in a serious coiiidition. It Is b e liev e d th a t m o r e su r v ivors w o u ld be found. As th e bodies w e r e b e in g raised from th e sh a ft, heai't-piercim g . cries w e r e in tersp e r s e d w ith sobs. Som e w o m e n stru g g led to g e t to th e sh a f t (house. O thers stood w ild -eyed . R ed C ross w o r k e r s, priests, m inisters and oth e r s tried to prevail upo*n th e grieL stricken w o m e n and children to re­ turn h o m e b u t th e ir efforts are of no avail. M o thers, w ives, sw e e thearts, brothers, sisters and children of the R e ily vict*ims w e r e rem a in in g a t th e sh a f t a ll night. REPUeUCAN CLUB HEARC THE RETURNS M e m b e r s o f th e m e t in th e Cit-y H a ll T u e s d a y nigiht w h e r e th e y hieard th e eleotten r e ­ turns. (Fre'deriok J. C o llier, P r e s i­ d e n t o f *the Cl’Ulb, read th e reports. M e m b e r s o f th e H*iigh S c h o o l “B lu e andlG'old’’ Or.che(stra fu r n ish e d m u s ic fo r dan'oi’ng. A t itlhe b a c k o f th e h a ll a la r g e table was built and ladies from the Y. W . C. A. served sandtw iches and coffee. Convenient to Business. A good place for a junk dealer’* establishment wo'Hd be almost any grade crossing.—^Detroit Motor New& CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BRINCS IMPORTANT INDUSTRY TO HUDSON Large Plant of V. & 0 . Press Company Will %CpcnM nc Move to Hudson From Long Island— -1-101111 Ulj Ground Will Be Broken Tomorrow For SLAIN HfINTFR Buildings to be Completed May 1,1923 To be Located North of Holbrook Plant Great Credit Due Secretary Daugherty and L. A. Scott For Securing This Industry for City—^Hudson Banks Also Co-operated, Making Possible Cios- ing of the Contract. Another liig step forward toward the goal of 30,000 by 1933 was accomplished last evening, when at a meeting of the Directors of the Hudson Chamber of' Commerce, contracts were approved which mean the locating here of the V. &.O. Press Company, one of the largest manufacturers of power presses in the country. * Work on the new building will be startejd at once and the build-, ing will be ready for occupancy by May 1st, 1923. T h e V. & O. P r e s s C&:-Xipany is ----------------------------- )cated;d a t G lendale,endale, L o n g Island. a t G l Lc w ill m o v e th e ir entire__plant h e r e w iU )m p iov about iS'O d, in addition, * com e h e r e an( M a n y of th e ir p.-esent em p loyees w ill o p e n ings w ill be offered to a n u m b e r of sk illed m e c h a n ico at H u d son and vicinity. T h is result, w h ich h a s been achiev ed a f t e r several m o n th s of activi m e r c e , is believed to he of great im ­ portan c e to th e city as th e V. & P r e s s C o m p a n y decided to locate here a f ter con s id e r in g variou s cities in all p a r ts of th e E a s t and th e ir decision w ill h a v e grea t influence w ith other •concerns seeking locations. F in a l arran g e m e n ts w e r e perfected • la s t w e e k in N e w Y o r k city. T h e V. & O. P r e s s C o m p a n y b e c a m e in ­ terested in H u d s o n ab o u t tw o m o n th s ago th r u th e efforts of L. A. Scott, o f th e L. A. S c o t t C o m p a n y of N e w Y o r k . R e p r e s e n t a t ives v isited th is city several occasions and consulted w ith rep r e s e n t a t ives of th e Chamber* of C o m m e r c e w ith th e resu lt t h a t th e y finally d e c ided to go ah e a d w ith plans for th e ir n e w building here. T h e n e w bu ild in g w ill be located on P lo t N o . 4 of th e In d u s t r ial Tra* ^OS/ovemberJaie Coats NOW THAT GOLD WEATHER IS AP- PROAGHING you will be interested in our sale of Winter Coats. Modisb garments id tbe qniet styles as well as sport models, and all moderate- priced. SPORTCOATS of plain and double-faced material ^15.00 to ^25.00 FUR TRIMMED VELOUR GOATS ?22.00 and $25.00 GOATS OF NORMANDY Bolivia and Yelverette, Wolf, Beaver and Baccoon-trimmed, ^35.00 to $50.00 SNAPPY STYLES IN ONE-PIECE DRESSES 'Tricotine one-piece dresses, with *tbe style tbat only ready-to-wear garments have—$10.00 to $ 2 2 .50. One-piece Dresses, made of tlie de­ sirable Poirct Twill—$25 to $40. ab o u t 700 fe e t north o f th e origi: p lan t of th e H o lb r o o k C o m p a n y . The b u ild in g w ill in c lu d e 42,400 fe e t of floor space, ab s o lu t e ly m o d e r n and*, W ith a n u m b e r of sp e c ia l f e a t u r e s and .'refinem ents, w i l l m a k e it one of the — I finest fa c t o r y build in g s in th e E a s t e r n States. T h e con tract for th e bu ild in g h a s been le t to L. A. S c o t t and C o m p a n y of N e w Y o r k . ■ Mr Scott, P r e s id e n t o f th e L. A. S c o tt & C o m p a n y , h a s been very a c ­ tiv e in th e n e g o t iation s w ith th is com p any, and it is due, to a large ex­ tent, to h is in t e r e s t th a t th e n e g o t ia ­ tion s h a v e been com p leted su c c e s s ­ fu lly. In addition to th e building of the E m p ire T u b e & S teel plant, w h ich is • ju s t b e in g com p leted here, th i s com ­ pany is en g a g e d in con s t r u c tin g a t •Mount V e r n o n , N . Y., a p lan t for th e C o m m e r c ial D ecalom 'onia C o m ­ pany, and are prep a r in g p lan s for several other large industrial plants. Ful'ther th a n th i s th e y h a v e done a great am o u n t of w o r k in N e w Y o r k city; com p r is in g in d u s trial buildings •and a p a r t m e n t houses;. T h e P r e s id e n t of th e com p a n y , Mr Scott, is vei'y much interested in Hud­ son and, du r in g th e p e s t five m o n ths, . h a s done all possib le to induce in d u s ­ tries to locate here. Several other im p o r tan t n e g o t ia ­ tion s are under w a y and several o t h ­ er important announcements will be m a d e shortly. T h e V. & O. P r e s s C o m p a n y w a s represented by S o lom o n -A b b o tt & C o m p a n y , w id e ly kn o w n industrial gineers. O. L. M erkt, of S o lom o n - JOHN L GUiNAN Lester Gerstenberg Facing Open Charge of Death of Guernen—Lo(Jged in the Greene County Jail. 6— L e ster G e rston- years old, of 121 A lbany, Nov. berg, seven teen G rand street, A lbany, is h e ld open charge today in th e C a tskiii .jail, and is to be arraigned in couri tom o r r o w in connection w ith th e k il l ­ in g Sunday m o r n in g of M arco G u e r - rieri, tw entj*-nine on a farm near B a ltim o r e , v/here th e tv/o -svere h u n t- iCourt records today disclosed th e fa c t th a t G u e r r ieri in citizen s h ip p a ­ pers filed in 1920, claim e d to be m a r ­ ried to th e boy’s m o ther, G e r trude .Frances G e r e tenberg, and th a t h e had little is know n of th e m excep t bj* people w h o are a c tu a lly engaged in th e m a n u factu r e r of articles in w h ich they are used. “T h e p o s s ib ilities of production and econ o m y on pow e r p r e s ses is p r a c ti­ ca lly un lim ited . A r ticles w h ich fo r ­ m e r ly w e r e cast of iron, steel, brass erate th e articles produced on th e m w o u ld be an en d less task. H o w e v e r , to give an id e a of th e range of th e ir 'usefulness, w e are listin g h e r e a few of th e articles w ith w h ich th e aver- •son com e s in con tact in th e ir a letter to th e C h a m b e r of C o m ­ m e r c e w h ich follow s: “T h e V. & O. P r e s s C o m p a n y have been b u ilding high-gT a d e pow e r presses and sh e e t m e t a l w o r k in g m a c h in e r y for th e p a s t tw e n ty-five years, first b e in g located in B r o o k lyn i’. “ 7 ; ---------- in 1898. In 1904 th e y m o v e d to j*w o s tepchjldren, Le.ster (th e b o y n o w G lendale, L o n g Island, w h ich is a sub- ^or th e k illin g ) ;<and G ladys, h is urb of B r o o k lyn, o c c u p y in g 25,000 fou r teen year old sister. square feet of fa c t o r y space. L a ter (M otive for th e k illin g o f G u errieri tlie.ee fa c ilities w e r e doubled. appears to be lacking, th e authoritie.s • “P o w e r presses .are an im p o r tan t bay. 'W hat th e y kn o w definitely is factor m th e every day life of th e th a t th e m a n v/as sh o t at close ran g e average person, alth o com p a r a tively th e back o f th e h e a d — tw o w a d s from th e tw e n t y g a u g e sh e ll w e r e fou n d in th e w o u n d — a n d th a t h is body w a s d r a g g e d fu lly th irty-five feet an d throw n over a fo r t y fo o t cliff. It w a s fou n d ju s t a fter noon [Sunday. O fficials tod a y recall th a t E m il G e r s tenberg, first husb a n d of L e s ter’s m o ther, died o f arsen ic p o ison in g on a farm im m e d ia t e ly a d j o in in g th e land w h e r e G u e r r ieri’s bod y w a s found, but th e y are at a loss to find an y con n e c tin g lin k betw'een th e tw o events. Dr. J. E . V a n H o e s e n , o f C o x sackie, w h o w a s coroner of G i-eene cou n ty a t th e tim e G e r stenberg was- poisoned, feaid to d a y th a t h e h a d in v e s t ig a t e d /the case carefully, but th a t no crim i­ n a l ch a r g e s h a d resulted. T h e G e r - 'stenbergs had separated som e tim e previou s to. E m il's death, th e form e i coroner said. E m i l rem a in e d on th e farm , w h ich lie s betw e e n C o x sackie a n d N e w B a ltim o r e , and h is children, L e s ter and G ladys, w e r e allo w e d to v isit h im w e e k - e n d s . G e i’Steniberg and h is b r o ther R i c h ­ ard w e r e tO;gether one day and each d r a n k a bottle o f root beer. 'Emil w a s in agon y a lm o s t in s tan tly. D r . . V a n H o e s e n w a s called, b u t Em il: died, a n d a n a u t o p s y sh o w e d arsen ic in th e ro o t 'b e e r . T h e b r o ther’s b o t­ tle w a s exam ined, but no tra c e s of poison w e r e found. L e s ter tod a y sits in th e CatS’k ill jail, w a it in g for h is m o th e r to com e- and see him . S h e is lea v in g on an aftern o o n train, but, accord in g to orders from D istrict A ttorn e y H a r r y ,McK. C u r tis of G r e e n e count^, n e it h ­ er sh e nor an y o n e else w ill be p e r ­ m itted to ta l k w ith th e boy. cook in g uten s ils, snap fa s - w a r e , jew e lry, m e t a l buttons, eyelets and h o o k s for shoes, cans, m e tal closures f(31' a g e perse 'every day life: “M e tal coo k in g nt ten e r t for 'ladies’ P r esses, autom o .bile accessories, n iefal boxes, pen points, p a r ts o f au tom o b iles, plated silver- telep h o n e s , jars, bottles, 'etc., cu tlery and clocks. { “T h e range o f p o s s ib ilities is n o t eonifined to m e tal w o r k alo n e a s ru b ­ ber, leath e r , p a p e r an d fibre a r ticles ca n also be produced on a press. T h e ■power press- c o n tributes la r g e ly to th e ju'oduction of rubber h e e ls , paper dilates, em b o ssed leath e r articles and so on w ith o u t num b er. “T h e pow e r p r e ss produces axticles o f th is natu r e a t h ig h sp e e d and w ith un v a r y in g a c c u r a c y at th e rate o f 45 to 100 com p lete a r ticles p e r m inute. “In ad.d*ition to th e pow e r press, a been m a d e in p e r f e c tin g of au t o m o b ile feed in g ■ices fior carrying th e m a terial thru ?s and h a n d lin g t h e finished a r ti- T h e V. & O. P r e s s Company^ not Abbott Company, was in personal ch a r g e o f th e w o r k . Som e idea building can lo w in g figures: of th e magn: be secured; .fi Tom tlie fol- great con trib u tion h a s th e only leads th e field in th e production of h ig h - g r a d e presses but in a u t o ­ m a tic devices o f th i s nature. T h e ^success o f th e b u s in e s s h a s been founded p r im a r ily on builcl'ing a good article, u s in g th e highe.st grad e m a ­ terial and w o r k m a n s h ip b u ilt to last h life tim e . “T h e fa c ilities w h ich th e p r e s e n t plan t at G lendale, L o n g Island, *offer are lim ited and th e r e f o r e a search for 'a m o r e id e a l site, both as to livin g con d it ion s and m a n u factu r in g facili-- ties w a s carried out. It w a s decided ito lo c a t e a t H u d son, N e w Y o rk, after 'a th o r o u g h in v e s tigation of conditions and fa c ilities offered in other lo c a li- '“T h e V. & O. P r e s s Com.pany are g■rate.ful r a t e f u l to th e C h a m b e r of Coim of BAIL OF $5,000 ON COAL DEALER w ith tw o 60 fe e t th r e e in c h e s . One of th e s e w ill be used for th e boiler room , b lack s m ith shop an d h e a t treatin g equipm e n t, and th e others for toilet fa c ilities and lock e r room . T h e m a in b u ilding is of unu s u a lly h e a v y steel construction, m o r e than 200 ton s of steel bein g included. The .sides of th e b u ilding w ill be 15 feet th r e e in c h e s clear and th e m o n itor section ■will be 23 feet five in c h e s clear. A P. & H . crane w ill be erect­ ed in th e cen ter of th e building, and p r o v ision is m a d e in th e side bays for ad d ition a l five or ten ton cranes. B r ick p lasters and fron t and rear w a lls w ill be 12 in c h e s in th ickness. T h e b u ilding and equ ip m e n t w ill (valent of alm o s t to th e C h a m b e r o f C o m e r c e dson for th e a s s ista n c e w h ich lave rendered and are d e s irous Hudi igures: ^ _ ^^thl The main building is 100x400 feet, ^ having the co-operation of the en- wings 20 feet six inches by i community in making* the V. & t tw o ordi- lllllllllillll be th e eq u ivalen t o f 200,000 brick s used. A b o u t 3,000 barz'els of cem e n t. Tw o hundred ton or about 100 carloads of steel. T h r e e carload s of glass and steel sash. FiA-e carloads o f lu in ’oer. SeA*eral th o u s ­ and yards of gravel and broken stone. Ten carloads of asp h a lt blocks from th e H a s tin g s PaA'ing C om p a n y , H a s t ­ ings, N . Y., Avill be used for th e final finished floors. .iSeA-eral carload s of heating equipm e n t for the system, Avhich w ill be steam , w ith one large bo-iler and a 70 ft. 36 inch brick stack. iT h e b u ilding w ill be equipped Avith a ■RockAvood Sprinkler System , to in ­ clude 50,000 gallon ste e l tan k to be |i placed 100 feet in th e air, and w h ich 1 1 w ill be placrd by th e C h icago B r idge ; .t-: T’-on C o m p any. I q’here Avill be a sid:e track alo n g ■ the side of the building,, con n e c tin g ‘ w ith th e m a in branch side track to be [ p laced by th e C h a m b e r of C o m m e r ce. J S o m e inform a tion con c e r n in g the V. & O. P r e s s C o m p a n y is co n t a in e d , * .y. ■ su c c e s s com m u n it y i O. P r e s s C o m p a n y a gre; (ill H u d son. ig- and attract to H u d s o n m e c h a n ­ ic s and Avorkmen w h o are experts in 'dheir lin e and are th e r e fore of h ig h calibre. N o effort A\dll be sp a r e d on th e part of th e com p a n y to m a in tain and im p r o v e th e Avorking and liA'ing conditions. F r o m one hundred to o-ne huudrde and tAVenty-fiA-e m e n AVill ■be em p loyed. “The personnel of the compans* is ,as folloAvs: “DaA-id H . K n o tt, PresidentI “H e r m a n OssAvald, V ice-P r e s id e n t and G e n e r a l M a n a g er. “Edward Cairns, Secret.ary. “LaAvrence E. (Morier, Treasurer. “A. A . OssAvald, P u r c h a r in g A g e iit.” ■ Mr K n o tt, P r e s id e n t of the C o m ­ pany, is also h e a d of th e Knott Hotel C o m p a n y and P r e s id e n t of th e C en­ tral M e r c a n tile B a n k of NeA\* Y o rk. Mr O ssw a ld, V ice-P r e s id e n t and G e n e r a l M a n a g er, is one of th e fou n d ­ ers *of th e com p a n y , and is in actiA'e charge of productians. Mr Cairns, Secretary, has been with th e com p a n y for th e past sixteen years, and has high rating in the [’trade. Mr Moi'ier, TreasAirer, has recen tly ■find com e s from th e m id d le Avest, Avhere h e had* Avide business exper- Aience in A*arious lines. T h e Board of D irectors contains, in addition to th e officers nam e d aboA-e, \Walter C. Teagle, P r e s id e n t of th e .Standard O il C o m p a n y of N cav Jer- T h e officers and directors n a m e d above, to g e th e r Avith fou r .other prom inent m e n , con s titu te th e entire OAvnership and m a n a g e m e n t of th e - N e w Y o rk, N o v . 7— •W ’ . A. M o r ton, gen e r a l m a n a g e r of th e recen t ly or­ g a n ized T id e w a ter F u e l corporation, w a s h e ld in $5,000 b a il to d a y by G e n ­ eral Session s Ju d g e R o s a lsk y on a ch a r g e of a c c e p t in g $126 in paym e n t for ten ton s of coal Avhich n e ith e r he nor h i s com p a n y o'wned.. T h e com p laint, p r e ferred by State F u e l A d m in istrator W o o d in, charged grand larcen y in th e secon d degree. Jacob Gimbel Dead. P h ilad e lp h ia, N o v . 7— J a c o b G im - bel, a m e m b e r of th e d e p a r tm e n t sto r e firm o f G im b e l B r o s, of P h i l a ­ d e lphia, N e w Y o r k a n d M ilw a u k e e , died a t h is su m m e r h o m e in A t lan t ic C ity today. AdA'crtise in th e R e p u b lican. com p a n y . ■Messrs H e r m a n O ssw a ld, Cairns, M o r ier and A. A. OsAAmld w ill moA*e ■here and be in ch a r g e of production. number of employees Avill also come to H u d s o n . M a n y men have been w ith th e company since its or­ gan ization an d th e average for all Avoi’kers is ttveR e years. T h e m a j o r ­ ity of em p loyees are h ig h ly sk illed m e c h a n ics. 'fh e lo c a t in g of th e com p a n y here w a s in a m e a s u r e due to th e co-op e r a ­ tion of th e th r e e com m e r c ial banks of th e city. - T h e ban k in g in s titu t ion s of th is city cannot be too h ig h ly com ­ m e n d e d for th e w a y th e y are sta n d ­ ing back of the Chamber of Com­ m e r c e in its in d u s trial actiA'ities. T h e final arran g e m e n ts Avill n e c e s ­ sita t e an increase in th e sig n e d am o u n t of the expansion fund but th e directors of th e C h a m b e r feel th a t every m e m b e r Avhose nam e is n o t j th e list, Avill do h is or h e r ; AAdien th e y are cad e d upon th e ir aid in th e b e tt e r m e n t of th e com m u n ity. The- location of th is com p a n y wilT ■have an o th e r effect in th a t th e y are large usert of castings’ and n e g o t ia ­ tio n s are in pro'S'ress AAdth t h e G ifford- W ood Co. to have the local concern m a k e them .

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