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PAGE EIGHT THE .COLUMBIA BEPTJBLIOAHTTJESDAY, HOVEMBEB 7 . 1922 O B IT V A R Y ^ f'num'ber o f y e a r s and had m a d e p lan s I to cop ie b a c k t'O G ei’m a n to'w n to de- _ j v o t e h i s tim e to a g r icu ltu r e and th e \ ——— I fruiit indiustiv. T h e rem a in s wei-e C H E S T E R SH E L D O X 1 b r o u g h t to G e im a n to w n fo r b u r ial C h e s t e r Sheldon, w h o w o r k e d th e and fu n e r a l serv ices w e r e conducted lU ian belonging' to the H u d s o n Or- from th e hom e o f one o f h is brothers, -lihan' asyln m °*^about tw o m iles from A b r a m J. R o c k e f e ller on Sunday a f - ■Kollowv'iKe—TOwthe road to C lnirch- ternoon. T h e R e v B. F. W h ite con- to w n , died A londay n igh t a fter an ill- ducted th e services and sp o k e very n e s s of som e tim e . H e n a n been on tou c h in g ly o f the life of th e depart- 5 h e fa.i-m; for tw e n t y years, and w a s a ed. H e referred to th e fa c t th a t on ly .m a n w h o va.s held in esteem for h is in d u s t r io u s a n d gen ia l q u a lities. iMr ^ihelclnn w a s 3S y e a r s of age, and i.s su r \- ived by hi.s w ife a.nd m o ther. fe w Sundaj-s a'go th e deceased w h e n on a v isit to frien d s in G e r ­ m a n tow n , h a d atten d e d the services in h is church and h o w th e p e o p le of th e congregation extended to him the ■'•iOF.if \h ' N ’V F I i ‘ o f w e lcom e . A fany b e a u tifu l X o r m a n IT Ahvcr luL-’sed \iw a y S:i;- w e r e offered b y frien d s iird.av cvonhii' in \'eo.’ Y o r k oitv relatives. B e s id e s tlie^ w idow w h e r e h e had re.-idcd for som e tim e . before m a r r iage. M iss Jen - H e i.-; su r v ived hj- a .'-•hUT. Airs A iui- Alillea', o f G-eimiantowdi, th o s e su r - •yhall A n .lerson of 30 i^outh F ifth v ivin g are a so n and d a u g h ter an d ■street, th is city. T h e rem a ins w ill ar- brothers, C raw ford H., TiU cy x'ive in Hriilaon T n e sd a v m o r n in g on t)., and A b r a m J. R o c k e feller a ll of tJie 11:31 train and w ill he taken to G e r m a n tow n and four sisters, Airs P e - c h e fa m ily plot in th e C liiirchtow n tf'i' Fingur, Mr,s H p r a c e J. iMoore, j\Ia's «:em e tery for in term e n t. l*Ved R o c k e feller, o f G e r m a n tow n --------------- and one sister, E t ta, livin g in W o r - AIRS R o n s BOXDSAL^N cester, Alass. T h e death took place at th e A lb a n y ► ^''ity h o s p it a l on Sunday o f K a therine W ise,' w ife of Loui.s B o n d sm a n , o f t h i s T h e funei'al Of Airs R u th Spoor AIRS R U T H SP O O R AlO O RE. ecity. S h e vras a victim o f tubrecul-' Aloore w a s h e ld T h u r s d a y afternoon o s is. She w a s born in th is city, b e - a t her la te hom e near S tottville. In- in g th e d a u g h t e r o f the la t e AH' an d term e n t w a s in th e AVest G h e n t cem - iAIi's Josep h W ise. She w a s ttvi'ce etery. m a r r ied , her fi-rst ,hu.=band h a v in g Airs t>een k ille d in an exp losion reserv o ir here. She ig su r v ived by h e r Mrs Alooro died A londay ev c n in th e th e C o lum b ia S a n a torium , P h ilm o n t . ; C laude P . AIO' ' d r en o f StotP and Ml'S C h a r le s L. I o f C h a tham , w h o w a s tak k e n H a r o ld W . Spoor, ; usband, I tw o y o u n g ch il- id a sister, E D W A R D ABKAAIS. E d w a r d -A b r a m s, son o f C h a r |es A b r a m s o f C h a tha m , w h o w a s ta e n to th e H o m e o p a t h ic h o s p ital in A l- ryn Spoor of ■foany th r e e w e e k s ag o su f ferin g from Mrs C larence F lem in g , lu e n in g i t i s , d ied a t th a t in s t it u t ion C laverack. -(early. T u e s d a y m o r n ing, 1 M r s M o o re w a s born in P h ilm o n t T h e d e c e a s e d is su r v ived by h is tw e n t y - e ig h t years a g o and lived here h e r parents, Air N o r th Spoor, a brothel Im e n t, an d a ;3Iarry, Joh n and W illiam , a ll o f C h a t- iswife, ■ fa t h e r and th r e e brothers, up to th e -time o f her m a r r iage. She Jo h n an d W illia m , a ll o f C h a t- lea v e s m a n y■ frien d s both in P h ilm o n t M r A b r a m s w a s a m e m b e r o f and a t S to t tv ille to m o u r h e r un tim e - ijlie C h a th a m P o s t of th e A m e r ican ly d e a th . irv’edr' in th e ’ w o r ld . - • ---------------- le a v e s i ' frie n d s bo th in P h ilm o n t a ^ g i o n , h a v in g se w a r . ! IVCRS F R A N C E S N E W G A S S - T h e rem a in s w e r e tak e n to h is late K inderhook. Get. .SI—'K inderhook b-om e in C h a tham T u e sday. . j frien d s received w im re g r e t/ th e new s p a s s in g aw a y of Airs F r a n c e s ■>JRS X E a A A B E N D E R D E N ' | Neavgass, ■ la s t w e e k a t -her h o m e on -ytakfirs N-elilie • Ettderli-n- died: a t h e r W a s h in g ton Offeiights, NTew in P in e P l a in s la s t F r id a y ra - w h e r e for sev e r a l-w e e k s .sh e had..he-( 3M«r- su d ’d e n ly. -S h e -haid- b e e n in th e leonfined with- a sev e r e illn e s s . • Airs .(fc^t' Of. h e a lt h u n t il a d a y o p tAvo b e - N e w g a s s w a s th e ' w i d o w ■ o f tlie la te , th e en d w h en, sh e shew e d . .sign& H e n r y “ ' ' - <s£.-.weakti!€JSSi ’ j w a s w e ll kn o w n in K in d e r h o o k w h e r e asfc'th'e ch u r c h a n d G r a n g e b u t a g r e a t , several su m m e r s a t th e h o m e oi tlmal more in h e r h o m e . j son -in - la w , th e la t e H e n r y ScHi ■ B h e is su r v ived b y h e r husband, 1 A irs N ew g -ass ,wa{ s shew ed , .sign s H e n r y N e w g a s s o f t h e ab o v e city, a n d j w a s w e ll k n o w n in K in d e r h o o k w h e r e -^ I r s E n d erain w ill be sa d ly m isSed she, her husband, a n d fa m ily sp e n t In a p p e r . Airs Ne-wg-ass .was a woman of ideal I c h a r a c t e r is t ics, and a devoted m o ther, sSlm ltz. F u n e r a l serv io e s -were h e ld i to w h o s e bereaved on e s K in d e r h o o k a t h e r la t e h o m e Sunday, con d u c ted ; frien d s extend sin c e r e siT n p a thy. Airs b y R e v C. AI. Aloser. In t e r m e n t w a s ! N e w g a s s is survived by o n e son, H e n - in E v e r g r e e n cem e tery. j r y N e w g a s s , an d th r e e daug-hlei's, Joan n a Sc-hnapper, Airs H a rris, .RICHARD WATSON . \ a n o t h e r m a rri, Ra-ohard W a tson, colored, aged 81, I N e w Y o r k cits’-, a lso by several grand- a vetera n of- t h e C ivil W a r, d ied a t j eh ildren, one, o f is Aliss Isab e l 6 n s hoa-ne in C h a tham last T h u r sday, j Schnapper, N e w Y o r k , form e r ly of illecea s e d en listed in th e 29th C o n - | K inderhook. -nfiiciticut in f a n t r y in D ec. 1-863, ^erv'ed u n t il 1865 wflien disdharged .‘had the rank of Corporal. Deoeas-ed is su r v ived b y hia W ife • « r a i .llwo 'broithera, W.lniiami H. 'Yyi -■<3hatiham, a n d 'H enry c)f O liathaim ‘C e n ter. T h e fu n e r a l w a s h e ld Sat- WIEiDIAAI >r. H O E S Wli;lliam ' AI. H o e 4 w h o resigned' Alaroh 15, 1921, a fter tw e n ty-efgh t years a s P u b lic A d m inistrator of N e w Y o r k county, died Sunday m o r n in g a t h is hom e , S19 W e s t S e v e n ty-seven th tird a y aftern o o n a t 2:3'0 o'clo c k from .'street. N e w Y o r k . H e is survived' by t h e ,A. 'AI. E . ohuroh. R e v J. M. h is w ife, Airs An'nie Ndcoll H o e s, a . - R r o c t e r .ofEiedated. In t e r m e n t w a s in | sister o f D e la n c e y N icoll. Services YJha-tham ru r a l cem e tery, a d e l e g a - ‘ w ill be held a t th e residence a t 1G:30 .?tion from th e C h a th a m P o s t 'A m erican W e d n e sday 'm orning. T-egicin paid milita-i-y h o n o r th r u th e B o r n a t K inderhook, N . Y., eig h t y - au e d iu m o f th e firing squad, so u n d - I t w o years ago, Air H o e s ca m e of an in g Taps, etc. . j old Ahieriban. fam ily. H is father, — . • ! P e ter Sw a r t H o e s , w a s a n e p h e w Of ROCKETIELLRR. j P r e s id e n t Alartin V a n B u r e n . A f t e r sad n e w s cam e to th e neople |. h is grad u a tion from .the C o lum b ia ■Of-.Gcrmantoiwn on T h u r sday evenins ■of th e d e a th o f H o m e r P . R o c k e f e l­ le r a t h is h o m e a t Ri'Chtnond H ill, L. 1. T h e d e c e a s e d ■\\’a s born in G er­ m a n t o w n and sp e n t h is b o y h o o d in -his n a t iv e tow n . T w e n ty-five yeai's a g o h e w e n t to N e w Y o r k to co m ­ m e n c e service on, t h e N e w Y o r k p o ­ lice (force a n d was in the service of t h e c i t y o f N e w Y o r k a s a p o lice o f ­ fic e r a t th e tim e o f h is death. H e w a s a b o u t to be p la c e d on th e p e n ­ sion- roH h a v in g .seived th e required L a w S c h o o l in 18&5, he practiced law in N e w Y o r k city, a n d becam e an activ e Dem ocjrat. 'Alp H o e s w a s o.ne of th e o ld e s t m e m b e r s o f th e B a r asso c ia t io n o f N e w Y o r k ■ c ity, a fouiKier o f th e Hotlland socie-^, ' a m e m b e r o f th e ACa-nhattan i-nd U n i­ versity clubs and Senior P a s t Alaster of- K a n e A lasonic lodge. EDW IN D. SMITH. E d w in D . S m ith died A londay h is h o m e a t N e w t o n H o o k a t th e aj WARM WRAPS and COATS at remarkably low prices. ^ Compare our prices and quality and be convinced as to the bargains we are offering. PLAIN CLOTH COATS Sizes 16 to 52-2. A wonderful lot of coats in Marvell'a, Velour, Tweeds and other weaves. PRICES—§ 1 5 .0 0 TO § 5 5 .0 0 FUR-TRIMMED COATS I Sizes 16 to 52-2. Full wrappy models with rich fur col­ lars of. Caracul, Squirrel, Beaver, nutria and Wolf, heautifuUy lined and interlined. PRICES—§ 2 5 .0 0 TO § 9 5 .0 0 CHILDREN’S COATS Sizes 3 to 11 years. A complete showing in the plain and fur-trimmed models. PRICES—§ 7 .9 8 TO § 2 2 .5 0 Hudson’s Leading Cloak & Suit House of 69 years,- cerebral 'hem o ri'bage. .son of D . D. Sm ith of C o x s a c k ie. H e is su r v ived by his w ife, w h o before h e r m a r r iage w a s M iss A lice F isher; a d a u g h ter. Airs W . E . -B rady, and a 'sister, A liss A m y Sm ith, all of Cox- sach ie. H e w a s a m e m b e r of K in- clerhook lodge F. % A. AI., Coxs,ackie ch a p ter N o. 85, R o y a l A r c h Alasons, and L a fa y e t te Com m ander.v, K n ights T e m p lar of Hud.son. F u n e r a l serv­ ices w e r e cond'ucte.i 'from h is late .reskleuce, Saturday aftern o o n at 2:30, th e R e v . E . N . H u b b a r d of th e Aletho- uist r-hurch, ('ox.saekie, officiated T h e interm e n t w a s a t S t u y v e sant w ith Atasonic honors. M RF A N N t,A \V r ,K R ttTTKKS. Airs Ann T.inYlel’ Rums, aged 65 years, -widow of Thom a.s Uurns, pas.';- etl aw a y F r id a y at h e r hom e . 18 T a n ­ ners T.ane, fo llo w in g an illn e r s of ab o u t th r e e m o u ths. T h e decocised w a s a w o m a n of the hlg-he.s-t type, one loved and resp e c ted l)y all, and the netvs of her death vrill be received Avith -Sincere regret by all. She w a s quiet and unas.m m ing, finding life's g r e a test happiirers in her h o m e and Vv’ith th o s e sh e loved so dearly. She wa.s one of th e oldest mem b er.s of Alarv’s church, h a v in g joined this ‘.gation w h e n sh e cam e to H u d - I years ago. She w a s a m e m ­ ber of th e R o s a r y so c iety of the church. S h e ig su r v ived by five daughters, th e A llsses A n n ie and Alai'j'^-Burns and G e o r g e S p a u lding of th is city, M rs T h o m a s H a n ley o f A lb a n y and Mrs G e o r g e G a le o f Pitt.sfield, Alass.; also tw o sons, Alartin and W illiam Burns; by a sister. Airs Alai'y S tackpole' of H u d son, and a brother, W illiam L a w ­ ler o f Ireland. H E N R Y ' G A R D N E R . 'Heinry T h e fu n e r a l of 'H e G a rdner, of L ivin g s ton , w h o s e d e a th ' occurred T u e sday, .w a s h e ld T h u r sday at tw o o’cl-ock from th e h o m e o f h is n e p h e w R o b e r t P a trie, in L ivin g s ton . The d e c e a sed had been d e c lin in g in 'health sin c e sp r in g and pa.ssed aw a y T u e s ­ d a y a t th e a g e of 81 years, havi been born on J u ly 8, 1841, in in g s ton . H e w a s a fa r m e r all h is life and! for th e p a s t six or sev e n years had!, w o r k e d a sm a ll p l a c e . o f h is ow n on th e n o r th end m f L ivin g s ton yU- 'lage, up to th e tim e h is h e a lth failed H e b e lon g e d to th e A lasonic oi'd^r b e in g a m em .ber o f - AVodows’ Son Lodige o f Living'ston. ■., H e is , s u r w ’ed b y a sister, Airs C h r is tian a Gar<3ner, wiidow o f P e ter J. G a r d n e r ;a brother, Jam e s G a r d ­ n e r ,ofG h e n t; tw o nieces, M r s - E v e r t s Ten. B r o e c k o f H u d son, and M rs W il­ liam V a n d e r b ilt of A lexico, and th r e e 'nephew s, R o b e r t P a t r ie of L ivingston. H o r t o n G a rdner of G r e e n p o r t, and Cai'roll G a r d n e r of Syracuse. T h e R e v . J. AI.De'n H e r d e r , o f M e l- len y ille, w a s th e officiatin g clergym a n a t th e fu n e r a l service. In term e n t ■ok place in th e cem e t e r y at L ivin g - rllbert Link a n d W illiam H a y n o r . ■erg w e i H a y n o r , W illia m E itlem a n , W e s ley H a m m ,, Jesse L. R o w e , Gi F R A N C E S S P A T H H O F S T E T T E K P i'ances Spath, w id o w ' o f N ich o la s H 'ofstetter, passed a w a y at th e hom e o f h e r son, A lbert H o fst.etter, of 32 Fail-view a-\’enue, Tues^day n ight. She h a d been ill for so m e tim e , b u t th e illn e s s took _ a turn for th e wor.se the p a s t few days. Alirs H o f s t e tter had lived in H u d ­ s o n for thirty y e a r s or m o r e. She w a s born in Gernoany and cam e to the country o f h e r ad o p tion w h e n a you n g w o m a n . P r a c tica lly th e la s t h a lf o? h e r riife w a s sp e n t in th is city,, w h e r e am o n g h e r ow n people arid other towndSolks a s w e ll, sh e cam e to be h ig h ly resp e c ted on accou n t o f her stu r d y , dependa.hfe natu r e and her wiil'liin,'g.ness to be o f assistan c e to any one in tim e cM! neeo.: TTio (Jeceased w a s a 'faith fu l a.-nd u p ­ righ t m e m b e r o f th e St. M atthews. G erm a n L u th e r a n church, w h ich sh e un ited w t h so o n a f t e r beemming' a resident o f th is city. B e s id e s b e lon g ­ in g to th e church, sh e w a s a m e m b e r of several au x ilia r ies in connection w ith St. Alatt'hetw’s parish. F o r som e tim e , or since her son ’s m a r r iage, she has lived a t th e hom e o f Air and M rs A lbert H o fstetter In h e r death, th e fa m ily is deprived oif th e love and service of a fa ith fu l devoted m o ther, th e church o f a d e ­ vou t and exem iplary m e m b e r , and the com m u n ity of a gentle, kindly w o m a n . Personals H . W . T h o m a s is sp e n d in g som e tim e in H u d son in th e in terests of th e N e a r E a s t R e lief. Airs F r a n k C ram er oZ Noi-th Sixth street is conliend tO' her hom e w ith a severe cold. Air and Airs John H. H ei'm a n ce an n o u n c e th e en g a g e m e n t of th e ir o n ly d'aughter to W illiam H . P lace, Jr., o f th is .city. Airs Aforris H. Solomon is residing with her pafi^ts in Brooklyn, where she- h a s tak e n h e r ap p o in t m e n t a s gi'ade teacher in Public School No. W illiam 1. Aloore, o f th is city, spent part o f T u e s d a y a t H o llow v iile. Aliss H e len W ild e r m u th o f H o llow - vllle, w a s a v isito r in tow n y e s ter- Alrs Wa'liajce H o ffm a n and AEss L u a r a K e lls, o f C laverack, sp e n t T u e s­ d a y in A lbany. C larence K e lls o f B o ston, is spend­ in g som e tim e \writh Air an d Airs W a l­ lace H o ffm a n of C laverack. A liss P e t r o v a A lorgan o f L in lith g o and H u d son, w a s a recen t ca ller in A lbany. M rs E th e l G r o a t, o f Stockport, for- BEAUTY OUEEN OF RUMANIA A n a tion -w id e con test to select th e m o s t l>eaiitiful w o m a n in R u m a n ia aw a r d e d th e crow n to M m e. A lexan d r e s c u . E u r o p e a n m o v in g picture pro- duejers w ill sta r h e r n i film s w h ich m a y la t e r reach A m e r ica. THE‘mEY WEEK” T i W M W E S In^'Oojifi'eayxm with- the w'eek’*-' pr-ograim, <1 glishi-Llll.o'tte -whib -w BROUGHT BACK / A FINE DEER ■ -iPred- AIcDona'ld, T o m Preuelxting, .•HaTOild Y o u n g and H u m e r A r m strong, o f th i s city and Al'r G r o s s m a n o f , ■iP!oiu!gilike.ep‘slie', reiturned fro m ..the, Ausitei'litz. A lountains -Sunday w ith a fine. 9 point deer w e igh in g 296 pounds.' <MS^' M a y m e E n - •was heard •vvith de- Irgh't b y a large a u d ien c e in th e H igh S c h o o l audittordu-m M o n d a y even in g B o g in s Sei-x-lces H e r e N o v , 1.9lli con'tin'ued -her enterilainm ent today. T h e .Rev P . H . A’esper, n e w ly elee- ■Aljss L fllotte ga v e sto r y houx's for ted p a s t o r , o f th e E m a n u e l L u th e r a n Allen, and Wari^en street sch o o ls T u e s - ch u r c h on So-Uth Sixth Hre-et. w ill day m ornin'g in th e F o u r th street con d u c t th e re'gular service’s.^ o<f th e achool auditorium , in th e aftern o o n ch u r c li b e g in n in g n e x t Suixda,y., N'ov- for tlie Sixth street sch o o l chiM reu. em b e r 19. T h e r e w ill be no service Ther^ w a s ' s p e c ia l m u sic, g’eneju.'l ! next Sun.day, but congregastion w ill clror.xxs.. s in g in g xi.nder th e lead e r s h ip ; u-nite in th e union service a t the F r e s - o f A'llss R'ose. . M iss Jan e t H a zeltoix j bj’tei'ian ohui'cli, t o h e a r R e v Air B a r - pang sev e r a l so los in a very pleasing' Fer. m a n n e r . A t 3:30 in .the 'High. S.aho'ol auditoriuixi M iss LJLllO'tte i-epeated her l-hy Arcndhy’ nigRt’s . .■progtnaaxxi befoi'e crow d e d house. A^l jli'iho equikl-tHy pleased, w ith h e r interpreta- itions and imiperso'n'ations oif th e H o o - .Sunday sch o o l as usual a t 10 p. m. B irth o f A Son. M r and Aire W illiam A. B e r g a m ini /h/eard: h e r to d p y w e r e A thens, are rejoicin g over th e birth Of a son, F r a n k B.. a f th e H u d son Ci.ty hospital', O c tober 31. sier poet— J a m e s W liitcom b R iley — and it. w a s p lain ly seen .by th e a p ­ p lau s e o f th e a u d ien c e s 'that th e en - tei-tainmex-iits w e r e su c c e s s fu l. /BREWERY SOLD FRANK’S SONS Cereal Beverage^is to Be Made There Shortly by a New Firm. “P o u g h k e e p s ie, Oct. 31— The F i'ank .Sons Brew ei'y, w h ich h a s been closed sin c e th e 'p a s s a g e of th e 18th A m e n d m e n t, h a s been sold to a large concern from out th e city and w ill be used, in th e m a k iin erage. T h e trani'an ss ferfer off thh e propertyro; g o f a .cereal bev le t o t e p w a s com p leted yesterday, but the id e n tity o f th e concei-n ta k in g over th e p laiit w ill n o t be divulged by any o f th e form e r ow n e r s a t th is tim e . T h e bre-wery is one of th e old e s t in th is section o f th e sta te and under th e m a n a g e m e n t of th e F r a n k fam ily h a s enjoyed a w id e pati'onage. w a s estab lish e d in 1858 by \Valentine Frank and Phillip Klady. The man­ a g e m e n t w a s latex- tak e n c |iaxn H . and V a len tin e Px-ank, Sr., w h o conducted it for 34 yeai's. then handed dow n to th e thix'd g e n ­ eration, con s is tin g of W illiam H. F r a n k , Sr., and W illiam H . Fra: 'Jr., V a len tin e J. and Edwai-d Frank, and th e y continued th e m a n ­ agem e n t up to th e tim e th e m a n u fa c ­ ture of an y th in g but o n e - h a lf of one per cen t bevex-age w a s prohibited. T h e tran s fer o f the property brought about en t ir e ly thru th e o ex'S of th e building. N o m em b ei th e Fx-ank fa m ily w ill be intex-ested in th e n e w undertaking, but it w ill en tirely under th e control axxd maix- a g e m e n t of p a r ties fx’om outside th e city. T h e con tract for th e transfer ank,^ w a s signed ownex’s Avill :estex'day and th e itai't opex-ationg Novexxi- Deaths BONDSAIAN— ^At th e Attbany Cxty hospital, Albany, N'ovemlber 5, 1922. Cathex-I'ne W ise,se, wife o f ICathex-I'ne W i w ife B o n d sm a n , of th is city. N o t i c e of fu n e r a l later. SHELDON — .At Hollo.wYille, N . Y., N o v . 6, 1922, C h e ster Sheldon. iP ia y e r froixi h is late rfesid e n c e on Thursday afternoon at 1 o’clock, Punerail' from th e M etho'dist ch u r c h W'ost T a g h k a n ic, a t 2 o ’c lock. GARDNER — ^At L ivingston, N . Y., O c t .'31, 1922, H e n r y Gard.ner, aged 81 years. MOORE— A t S tottville. N. Y., Oct. w ife of !n th is city, Oct. 31, S p a th , w id o w of 192 2, Pra'nct NiehoQas H o fstetter. S>H T H — A t N e w ton H o o k , N . Y., N o ­ vem b e r 1, 1922, E d w in D . Sm ith, aged 56 years. m e r ly o f H u d son, is su fferin g from aW IlX S O N — ^In t h is city, N o v . 4, Laux'a sp r a in e d an k le w h ich sh e su s t a in e d a E m m e t t Cum 'm tngs, w ife of Dr. few days ago. Thoma® W l s o n . ' . -----------------------------— - BU RN.S— In th is city, N o v . 3, 1923, Advertise in the Hudson Republi- Ann' Lawler, widow of Thomas can an d w a tch th e results. B u r n s. EOUIPMEHt WANTED FOR NIGHT SCHOOL To cax'X'y on th e woi'lc in A u to- M echanics th e VO'OATION a L N i 6 h t SOIiO O L need ■ equipm e n t. T h is '‘ k pi’a c t ica l w o r k . A r e n ’t th e r e som e inte'c& ted pex-soxis in -Hludson w h o have- used pa.rts o f m o tors th a t th e y w ill give US'? W e w a n t a com p lete engim^ L!i;xt Ave can -set np for d e ­ ni\-nstx-;ition purposes. H a s n 't som e OXTO a 1.Token dow n car fi-om -which w e can have tlie moftm\? fe n d Avord to Hupt. S'jxxith, o r K-mi- n c ih LaA'oy, D ircotor of the N ig lft School. . CMATHAM MAN DROPPED DEAD <'haTies J-'ox, aged. 1)5 ycai's, a v/cIT Icnown Ghatiham 'xnan drop'ped dead kafurday m o r n ing about 10 o’clock AA'liile sittin g in a ch a ir a t the Tracy V illage 'Hall. Air ]fox left 'his h o m e on H o ffm a n stx'eet Satunclsiy m ioniing for h is usual m o r n in g Avalk an d had stopped lat Hhe- A'iHlage H a ll to viAit Aviih 'O. H. G am ier Avlicn he siiclde.'nly expired. Coroner A. P. T ripp avus called and t'ook dliarge o f tilie ease. Ah' Po.x Avas fo r m a n y years a resi- dexit of B r o o k lyn .before g o in g .to t'-hatbam Avliere ilie Avas en-gaged in the real esta te b u s iness under th e nam e o-f Taylloi- an d Fox. AIi- F o x ’s brothex-, G e o r g e P. F o x dx'opiped dead th r e e w e e k s a g o Satui-da.y last a t lioinc in P ittsfield . D e c e a s e d ds vived by h is AA’i'fe and thiree aunts. H e Avas a n old n iom b e r o f the F. & A.AI. L o d g e -rif B r o o k lyn. . T h e Xuinex-al avx II be h e ld , from his late Ixoime on 'HoflOxiiaxi six-eet on T u e s­ day aftern o o n a t 2 lO’ollo'ck and AWill be px'ivate. Intexuxient. will be in the Aiellen'villG cem e tevy. Brooklyn p a ­ pers p lease coipy. Atliens Vote Liglil, T h e vote in Athe.ixs w a s very ligh t, on ly ab o u t tw o -th ird s o f th e n o r m a l vtrte cast. T h e tow n Avent Dexnoci'atie AVith t h e exception o f ‘W.ar4» w h o car-' ried A th e n s by a p lu r a lity o f , six. ■ -Advertise iix th e R e p u b lican. BURN SOFT GOAL IN THE CITY HALL T h e so f t C'.'AUl shox'tage h a s h it^ th e C ity Hnl'l. A’e'sterdaj' tAvo tons aiM in ha,if o f soft C'O'al Avent scuttling' into th e big- bins for feed in g th e fu r - jiaee fo r a few daA’^s. U n less m o r e coa.1 arrh-es x'iglit a7^-a,y so f t coal Aviil liaA'e to be used to tid e oA.-er the em e r ­ gency. T h is is th e first tim e in nuiny, nuiiiy yeax-.s tTiat so£t coal h a s b e e n u.sed. in he (\ity 1-lall. F iv e tons o f hax d cr>al AA'-ere .secured a t th e coming\ o f cold AV(;-athcr but this su p p ly h a s jn'ist beexi exTian-sted a.nd xii>w th e ha.5 had (.o itirni to the only .siih- availal)ie. rOMEN’S BOARD OF 0 OMESTIG MISSIONS nian’-s Board of Domestic ABssions .of the Re:’oi'uxriI Hxur.di, the 40tli b irth - (lay of \Lhe orginiz-atioxi was ceiebrat- T h e top ic for th e eA-ening wa.s th e A m e r ican Indian, an d th i s su b j e c t Ava-s w'sll covered by a-eadings given by Airs C h a rles B e n son, AIx'S' Caffie- P h illip s , and Alr.s ATex'i'ill. T h e church parlors w e r e e s p e c ia lly dec'orated' fox' th e occasion. A.t th e b a c k o f th e room AA’ias a n ixnftation •of a h u g e h irth d a y ca k e an d fi'om th e center of th e cak e w e r e red , w h ite an,d b lu e stream e r s . A t th e . end o f th e ribbons w e r e tie'..! sxxiall en v e lop e s w h ich oontain-e.d som e b i t o f inform a tion aboult th e wO'X'k don e iby' th e oi'ganizatio.n in th e p a s t 40 , years, 'rhese Avei-e read in turn b y eachL.eh oixeixe present.resent. o p , . , 'Later, in th e even in g refr!esh'm ents m sisting o f bix:tiixiday ca k e axidi coif- e, w e r e served to' ab o u t fi'flt'y m e in - . A u x iliary A feetiug P o stponed.'. •. T h e m e e t in g o f th e L a d ies’ .■A'oxil- - iary o f R o g e r s H o s e Co. N o . 2, sch e d ­ uled, for F r id a y night, h a s been.' p o s t - . •poned u n til next Alonday xjight. MISSES AND JUNIOR DRESSES All wool S'erge, Woo! Giiep.e, and Jersey .,.Clqtli- 7 - .^ .A new and attradive Hne modeiute qirieed. - - UNUSUAIi OFFERING. A few days onlyyias qna^tit is lunited. ; FANCY SILK VELVET Newest shades—Special price, 79^ - E. G. BELLOWS EST Hudson, N. Y. 541 Warren St., NO NEED TO FEAR COLD, FROSTY NIGHTS WITH THESE COSY WARM BLANKETS- YOXJ’LL TTAATR NO PEAR OP KING- WEfTEB’S BOLO APPEARAKOE IP y o u HAVE SEVERAL OP THESE PLHPPY AVABM BLASKETS- OH HANH—BUT GET THEAT NOW AND BE RBAHY—BESIDES THE . MONEY-SAAfENG OPPORTUNITIES ARE ESPBGIALLY ATTRAGHVE. JERE ARE SOME SPECIALS BLANKETS—SPECIAL, $ 5 .6 5 ■ Pai’t wool and part cotton blanket, full size, in white and gray with pink and blue striped borders—warm, goo'd-Iooking' and durable. ■ PLAID EIJi)NKETS—§ 3 .6 5 (Special)—^Attractive plaid blankets with wool finisb in blue, pink, yellow, and gray, full size, a splendid warm blanket for a cold, wintry niglit. ALL WOOL PLAID BLANKETS Special—§8 .6 5 One bunelred per cent -wool plaid blanket woven from long ivood to gi;ve a fluffy, durable nap, in attractive colored plaids of blue, lavender, gray, pink and yellow, extra wide wide silk binding, a dedide’dly good-lookin*g blanket wbieli will defy Jack Erost’s bold appearance. A larger size blan­ ket, same as above, at § 9 .65. Mr Ne Jame^s Collection of ORIENTAL RUGS will be here for a few more days. Tlie following are a few specials wbicb are to be featured, begin­ ning today: J ill WOOL BLANKETS Special—§ 7 .6 5 Strictly all wool blanket, full size iu white, witli pink, blue and rose borders, silk-bonnd, woven from selected wool, combining v/armtli, beauty and quality. $2.50 a Down, $5 a Month Pays for the — H O p V E R — No More Cleaning Drudgery. No more dragging and beating of heavy rugs, no more back-breaking broom-sweeping, no unnecessaiy dust-flying to breed germs—^tbe HOOVER relieves you of this cleaning drudgery electrically beat­ ing, sweeping and suction-cleaning tile rugs in one easy operation. THESE TERMS' OFFERED ARE FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY ’WHY NOT GET YOUR HOOVER NOW? Bi'icc Sale Price SS IS’ & V . : ; : . . : : ; »IH Belucliistan .......................... 65.00 ilH Many other small rugs costing $50, featured at $35.00. Never be­ fore were such values offered in such costly rugs. ' - '

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