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!P A U E T W O THE COT.UMBIA BEPUBLIQAH TUESDAY, - 1922 SPORTING NEWS OF INTEREST'®'® Z ™ GEWNIOWN NINE Two Teams Now Tied for Leadership of Co. League — Stottville Wins—Other Games Postponed by Ram. Ktaiuliug' of Teams. .800 .800 .750 S a fii relay’s CJamcs. H u d s o i i - P h i l m o n t g a m e , p o s tp o n e d , Iv i n d e r l i o o k - S t u y v e s a n t F a l l s g a m e p o s t p o n e d ra i n . H i l l s d a l e 6; G e r m a n to w n 3. S to t t v i l l e 5: G h e n t I. G e r m a n t o w n . . . H ill-sdale .................. IH n d e r h o o k . . . . ^ I t o t 't v i l l e ................. F M l m o n t ................. S t u y v e s a n t F a l l s H u d s o n .................. .. Games !Mext Saturday. P M l m o n t a t S to ttv ille. K in d e r l i o o k a t H i n s d a le . \Stuy. F a l l s a t G e s ^ n a n tow n . H u d s o n a t G h e n t . __ T h e G e rm a n to% v n baseba-11 te a m of the^ C o lu m b ia C o u n ty L e a g u e lo s t its firs t g a m e of th e Season S a t u r d a y to H i l l s d a l e . T lie sco r e w a s 6 t o 3. T h e g a m e w a s w e ll p l a y e d a n d th e r e w a s ^ b i g tu r n - o u t o f “ f a n s , ” m a n y g o in g ■down fro m C o p a k e a n d H illsd a le . A lim illo p i t c h e d c lev e r ly a n d h e ld th e h e a v y h i t t e r s of G e r m a n t o w n a t b a y a l l th e tim e . In th e p in c h e s h e i s u p p o r t e d b y sharp- fielding. Hilils- ■dale g a v e h im e r r o r l e s s s u p p o r t . H e l s e y p i t c h e d g o o d b a l l b u t w a s h i t h a r d w h e n h i t s m e a n t ru n s . T h e •gam e w 'a s c a lled in th e 8 th in n i n g a c c o u n t of ra i n . T h e re s u l t p u t H i l l s ­ d a l e a n d G e r m a n tow m tie d fo r leag u e h o n o r s . S t o t t v i l l e m e t staff o p p o s itio n in th e G h e n t te a m b u t H a r r i n g t o n h a d to o m u c h s t u f f a n d G h e n t w a s n e v e r d a n ­ g e r o u s . T h e s c o r e w a s 5 to 1. T h e H u d s o n - P h i l m o n t g a m e a n d th e K i n d e r h o o k S tu y v e s a n t F a l l s c o n ­ te s t b o t h w e r e p o s tp o n e d on. a c c o u n t o f r a i n a n d w ill be p r a y e d a s p a r t of d o u b l e h e a d e r s la t e r in th e seaso n . NEW PUYER ADDED TO LEAGUE ROSTER T h e B o a r d o f D i r e c t o r s o f the G o lum b iia Co. b a s e b a l l lea g u e h e l d a m e e t i n g re c e n tly . E v e r y te a m w a s re p r e s e n t e d a n d s-ome h a n d e d in new ^flay e r s to s t r e n g t h e n th e i r Idne-up as follows:— G e r m a n to w n — ^A. B u n k , J o h n C r o f t, F . S m i th . K inderhook. ---- H o y T e a l. -P h O m o n t— -C laude M y e rs, G u y T e a t s . ■Stottville— W m . (L e f ty ) H o r r i n g - G h e n t — C h a r le s K e r n e r , G eo. W e in e A r n o l d W a m b o c k , C h a s . P u lt z . H illsd a l e — ^L. B r o g g , B , K e lly , B, iM c H u g h , L . G e r a r d . T h e H u d s o n te a m u n d e r M g r. L a w ­ rence presented the following list: H . M a c y , J. aVTarshall, X A lerd ice, W m . H a l le n b e e k , J . D o n a h u e , V. P o t t s . C. SORENESS AND LAMENESS GONE B E F O R E Y O U C O U N T E I E l ’Y T h e r e ’s so m e t h i n g a b o u t C a r t e r ’s L i n i m e n t th a t m a k e s it d i f f e r e n t fro m a l l o t h e r s — i t w o r k s q u ic k e r — does n o t s m a r t a n d ir r i t a t e — i s n o t g r e a s y -an d w i l l n o t sta i n . A p p l y C a r t e r ’s to a n y so r e sp o t -w h e th e r d u e to a s t r a i n . R h e u m a t i s m , o r a s p r a i n a n d y o u ’ll feel th e so o t h ­ in g , c a l m i n g effect b e f o r e y o u can c o u n t fifty. C a r t e r ’s w i l l b r i n g re lie f w h e r e e v e r y t h i n g else h a s fa ile d a n d a l l b e ­ c a u s e o f a c e r t a i n se c r e t in g r e d i e n t t h a t se l d o m fa i l s to b a n ish p a in . G e t C a r t e r ’s to d a y fro m y o u r d r u g g i s t. aRes<#LiNiNEiir mimm defeated THE HILLSDALE TEAM P h i l m o n t g o t th r e e ru n s , Hill.‘?dale .got n o n e . T h e b a s e b a ll te a m fro m th e v illa g e o f h o m e s , h e a l t h a n d h a p - pines.s m a d e th e i r first a p p e a r a n c e of th e .so.ason in P h i l m o n t S a t u r d a y . T h e co m p le t e co u n t w'aa 3 to 0. T h e d e f e a t se n t th e H i llsd a le lioys d o w n a n o t c h , a s th e y h a d w o n th e flr.st t h r e e g a m e s th e y p lay e d , b u t it is no d i s ­ g r a c e Vo b e b e a t e n -in a g a m e o f th e k i n d iila y e d on B i d w e l l P a r k S a t u r ­ day. A t a n y tim e th e y m i g h t h a v e w o n . P h i l m o n t g o t o n e r u n in th e lira a innin.g a n d the. g a m e r a n a lo n g w ith th e sco r e 1 to 0 u n t i l th e six th Avhen th e y su c c e e d e d in g e t t i n g th e i r o t h e r tw o . B e ll p it c h e d fo r I’h ilm o n t a n d let H i ll s d a l e d o w n w ith on ly five h its, allo w i n g one b a s e on b a ll s a n d s t r u c k o u t tw o m e n , w h i le P h i l m o n t g o t six h i t s off H o v e r , h e s t r i k i n g o u t six o f th e P h i l m o n t m e n a n d allo w i n g fo u r m e n to w a lk . 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A lm illo, s s ........... 3 0 1 2 4 0 le, c ........................... 3 0 1 7 1 0 A lm illo, l b ___ 3 0 0 8 0 0 H o v e r , p ...................... 3 0 0 1 9 0 B r a g , r f ...................... 2 0 0 1 0 0 ?bell, c f ....................1 0 0 0 0 0 T o t a l s .................... 32 0 5 24 15 0 S c o r e b y in n i n g s : H i l l s d a l e ............................ 000 000 000— 0 P h i l m o n t .......................... 100 000 20x— 3 S u m m a r y — T w o - b a s e h its, C a n a v a n , 1; H a r v e y , 1. S to len b a s e s , V a n V a l- k e n b u r g li, R o b e r t s o n , D e c k e r . S a c r i ­ fice h i t s , 3. B a s e on b a lls, B e ll, 1; H o v e r , 4. S t r u c k ou t. B e ll, 2; H o v e r , 6. W i ld p itc h e s , H o v e r , 2. U m p ir e , PRIZES FOR COUNTY LEAGUE BALL TEAMS T h e C o lu m b i a C o u n ty L e a g u e team .s a n d p l a y e r s h a v e th r e e fine p rizes to striv e fo r th i s y e a r . I. Jo s e p h , th e w e ll kaiow n H u d s o n jew e ler a n d one of t h e m o s t a r d e n t s u p p o r t e r s of b a s e ­ b a l l in th e co u n ty , h a s offered a b e a u t i f u l silv e r lo v i n g eu>p to th e p e n - n a t w i n n i n g te a m . T h e T a y lo r S p o r t ­ in g Co. h a s o f f e red silv e r w a t c h - f o b s to th e m e m b e r s of th e te a m w in n in g out. T h e T a y lo r re p r e s e n t a t i v e h a s offered a s h i s pci’s o n a l p r ize a p a i r of $10 b a s e b a l l sh o e s fo r th e p l a y e r m a k i n g th e most home- ru n s . PHILMONT TEAM WAS DEFEATED AT CANAAN T h e P h ilm ilorat ban team wa; H ig h S c h o o l LS d e f e a t e d a t C a n a b y ^ t l A B ° ; 5 2 B E R K S H I R E ogar, 2 b ..................... 5 2 0 2 1 0 W a lte;rs, r s , c ff . Jo h n siOn, o n , p . ■.......5 W isem a.n, n , l b ............. 5 0 1 16 2 0 c .................. 5 1 1 0 0 1 p . 2 2 1 2 READY FOR SUSANNE iM olla B ju s teclt M a llory, th o u g h d e ­ fe a t e d re c e n t ly in th e M iddle.sex to u r ­ n a m e n t in E n g la n d , say s sh e ’s su r e s h e ’ll d e f e a t S u z a n n e L e n g len fo r th e E u r o p e a n te n n is title a t W im b led o n . GAPT.AMBUWmS RACE AT PHILMONT Crack Little Sorrel Pacer Wins Race Memorial Day— Comes Out of Retirement. l b ................. 5 2 0 4 0 0 ■pin, r f ................... 4 2 1 3 1 2 Scbw a r tzler, 3b . . . 4 1 1 3 1 2 E c k e r t , I f ....................... 4 2 1 1 0 1 T o t a l s .......................... 42 13 9 27 7 S PHILMONT. AB R H PO A E H o v e r , c ...........................5 2 1 8 1 2 P e r r i s , ss ......................4 0 0 2 1 2 Splittberger, 3b . . . 4 0 2 1 2 2 H a m m , l b ................... 4 1 1 9 0 1 S k e lley, p ....................2 0 0 1 4 1 B o y n e , 2b ....................4 0 0 1 0 1 S c h e r m e r h o r n , c f . . 4 0 0 1 0 1 Connor, rf ............... 4 0 0 0 0 0 R u s s e ll, If ................... 2 0 0 0 0 0 Scoi B e r k s h i r e . ..3 0 1 340 2Ox— 13 9 8 P h i l m o n t . ..0 0 1 110 000— 3 4 10 ta l s .................. 36 3 4 24 8 10 re by innings: V a n D e C a r r , J. P i n k , H . P u lv e r , T. B r o w n , T. M c I n t y r e , H . A lbenti, L. H o y e s , R . H a p e m a n , H . P u t m a n , M. M o o re, J. R o b b in s . C a p t a in A m b it, th e c r a c k little s o r ­ re l p a c e r t h a t sw e p t t h e tra c k s in th i s sectio n of th e S t a t e n o t so m a n y y e a r s ago b u t no w 18 y e a r s o ld “ c a m e b a c k ” T u e s d a y a f te r n o o n . W i th “L e v ” M a n s field, h is fo r m e r o w n e r in th e su lk y , th e little i^ c e r w o n th e C lass A. I’a c e of th e P h i l m o n t D riv i n g A s s o c iatio n . C a p ta in A m b i t is no-sr ow n e d by M iss H a r r i e t M e tcalf,- of N o r t h C la v e r a c k a n d a H u d s o n H ig h S c h o o l stu d e n t. The. p a c e r h a d been off th e tr a c k s fo r fo u r y e a r s a n d w a s e n t e r e d to p lease th e c o u n ty a d ­ m i r e r s o f th e little h o r s e . H i s v ic ­ to r y w’a s ch e e r e d to a n echo. H e w a s seco n d in th e first n e a t to N o r f o lk A m v o r th y b u t th e n to o k th e n e x t tw o . G o lden P r i n c e c a p t u r e d th e C lass B. T h e su m m a r i e s folloiw :— Class A C a p t. A m ibit ............................. 2 1 N o r f o lk A x w o r t h y .................. 1 2 Ire n c e T h a t c h ............ 3 3 3 T im e — 1:1 4 ; 1 :1 5 ; 1:14. C lass B . Golden Prince ............................ 1 M a d e lin e M ....................................... 2 T im e — 2 :4 0 ; 2 :4 0 % . The races were on the 2 Out of 3 p la n o f o n e - h a l f m ile. COLUMBIAVILLE A HARD LUCK TEAM T h e b a s e b a ll te a m o f th e ab o v e n a m e d to w n h a s b e e p u n l u c k y in b o o k i n g g a m e s th i s seaso n . S e v e r a l w e e k s ag o H u d s o n w a s b o o k e d an d th e y b a c k e d o u t a t th e e l e v e n th h o u r . L a s t S u n d a y H i llsd a l e n e v e r s h o w e d up, m U e h to Ithe d is a p p o i n t ­ m e n t o f se v e r a l h u n d r e d fan s . T h e m a n a g e m e n t w ish e s to a n ­ n o u n c e th a t on Sunday, Jun e 11, so m e good te a m w ill play for a cer­ ta i n t y . T h is te a m h a s b e e n p r a c t i c i n i for over a m o n t h a n d w ith its tw o n e w m e n should p r o v e to be one the fasltest teams in the county. STUYVESANT LOST TO PITTSFIELD TEAM T h e S tu y v e s a n t P a l l s H i-G r a d e b a s e b a ll te a m su f f e r e d d e f e a t S u n d a y a f t e r n o o n on its h o m e g r o u n d s a t th e h a n d s of th e c r a c k E a g l e b a s e b a ll te a m of P ittsfield . T h e sco r e w a s 14 to 8. L e f ty W a g n e r of C h a t h a m p itc h e d fo r th e F a l l s te a m a n d w a s to u c h e d r a t h e r lively. T h e r e w a b ig cro w d p r e s e n t. I f you a r e fo n d o f giv in g good a d ­ vice, b e tw ice a s fo n d o f ta k i n g it. Thift the UpUfter ‘ ‘ Selfishness never availed a man or a nation, ’ ’ said one of our U. S. Senators recently. “ We must think less of our rights and more of our obligations. Too many of us are running around to-day with automo­ biles, and too few with wheel barrows. Only honest application and careful thrift on the part of the in­ dividual can bring back tbe prosperity we all hope for.” Thrift is a great uplifter, both for nations and for men. Saving systematically is the fundamental guiding principle of success. Spending less than we earn, and laying aside to provide will get us up and Savings earn 4 per cent interest here. Hudson River Trust Co. AUTO ACGIDENT ON SATURDAY NIGHT A m o t o r c a r o w n e d b y W a llie B riggs, of T roy, a n d alleg e d to h a v e been d r iv e n b y W i l b u r H o o d m a k e r , of th i s city, is sa i d to h a v e collided- on W a r r e n St. S a t u r d a y n i g h t w ith th e r e a r o f th e c a r o w n e d b y A lexande-r B e n g u s e n , o f H il lsd a le . S o m e d a m a g e w a s done to th i s a u t o a n d it is c la i m e d the B e r g u s e n c a r was pushed in to th e r e a r of s t i l l a n o t h e r c a r ow n e d b y E d ­ w a r d B rizzie, o f C h a th a m , a n d so m e d a m a g e w a s su s t a in e d b y th i s a u to . T h e B r ig g s c a r w a « p la c e d in th e H u d s o n T a x i Go. g a r a g e a n d a t p o lice h e a d q u a r t e r s it w a s s a i d th a t M r H o o d m a k e r w o u ld a p p e a r in G o u it t o ­ d a y w h e n th e m a t t e r w ill com e up | T o O b s e r v e Children'^s D a y . S u n d a y , J u n e 11, w ill be o b s e rv e d th e E v a n g e lic a l L u t h e r a n c h u r c h Of E a s t T a g h k a n ic , a s C h il d r e n ’s day. A t th e m o r n i n g serv ice, a se r m o n a p ­ p r o p r i a t e to th e occasio n w ill be ip r e a c h e d by th e p a s t o r , R e v F r e d e r ­ ic k L o r e n z a n d a t 7:30 in th e e v e n ­ in g a sp e c ia l p r o g r a m w ill be r e n ­ d e r e d b y th e m e m b e r s o f th e S u n d a y sch o o l. T h e o fferin g ta k e n u p a t th e e v e n in g se r v ic e w ill b e se n t to th e N e a r E a s t R e lief. A g o o d a t t e n d a n c e ' is lo o k e d fo r a t b o t h services. COPAKE TOMORROW Auction of Calves Will be Feature—Full Program for the Day Being Planned. F u l l a r r a n g e m e n t s h a v e been m a d e fo r th e D a iry m e n ’.s field d a y a t C o ­ p a k e , J u n e 7th. T h e pvent.s w ill s t a r t a t 10 o’clo c k a n d c o n tin u e th r o u g h ­ o u t th e day. O n e of th e ch ie f reaturf-? b e th e a u c ti o n of .\^ix p u r e b r e d b u ll calves. ’Phey a r c fro m tw o w e e k s to th i r t e e n m o n th s of ag e a n d com e fro m som e of th e vei-y b e s t .stock in th e co u n ty . A n y fa r m e r m a y VJe su r e h e m a k e s no m ista k e in cro s s in g th e m w ith his h e r d . M y ron M e lius of G h e n t w ill be a u c tio n e e r . Tw o of th o s e six a n d th r e e m o n t h s ’ old h o lstein.s a r e fro m th e accred ited herd of F . R. M a sters, C o p a k e F a lls. A n o t h e r fine in d i v id u a l, a th r e e m o n t h s ’ old h o lste in co m e s fro m th e w e ll k n o w n h e r d of A d r ia n L a n g d o n a t C o p a k e . G e o rg e H u b b a r d of R e d H o o k , a b r e e d e r of n o te, vfill e n t e r a 13 m o n t h s ’ old bull. S till a n o t h e r of th e fin e s t b r e e d in g is b e in g e n t e r e d b y th e S c h e m e r h o r n fa r m of C lav e r a c k . L a s t h u t n o t le a s t is a, c a lf fro m th e a c c r e d i t e d h e r d of O. F . K in n e y , W a l d o r f F a r m s , N o r t h C h a t h a m , A n u m b e r of o t h e r b r e e d e r s h a v e d e s ir e d to e n t e r calves, b u t it w a s th o u g h t ad v i s a b le to lim it th e sale to th e first six en t e r e d . M u c h in t e r e s t is b e in g sh o w n in th e field d a y th r u o u t C o lu m b ia an d th e n o r t h e r n p a r t of D u tc h e s s co u n ty , a n d a m o s t p r o f i ta b le a n d e n jo y a b le d a y is a n tic ip a t e d . T h e sc h e d u le no w in c lu d e s a n u m ­ b e r of sp e a k e r s , sp o r ts, d e m o n s t r a ­ tio n s , b a s k e t lu n c h , etc. I t is a field d a y t h a t w ill in t e r e s t th e w h o le fa m ­ ily. OHE CEIUROID REa CaUSEIl LOTS BF SMOKE Burne(j[ at. Rialto Theatre Sunday Night-r-”No Danger at Any Time.' T h e r e w a s co n s i d e r a b le sm o k e , lit­ tle fire a-nd no d a n g e r S u n d a y n i g h t a re e l of a m o tio n p i c t u r e b e in g sh o w n in th e R ia lto T h e a t r e ' h u r n e d . W h e n th e eolluloid reel h e c a m e afire in th e m a g a z in e of t h e p i- o jecting m a ­ c h in e th e b o o th q u i c k ly filled w i t h .sm oke. .John N u n a m a k e r , m a n a g o i- Of th e th e a t r e , w a s o p e r a t in g th e m a c h in e . In lea v in g th e b o o th th e sm o k e escap e d w i t h th e o p e n in g of th e do o r. T h e th e a t r e w a s n o t filled a n d a ll le f t w i t h o u t a n y g r e a t e x c i t e ­ m e n t, \i.sing th e m a n y exits. In th e m e a n t i m e a -still a l a r m w a s se n t to R o g e r a ’ H o s e Co. No. 2 a n d in a m in u t e or tw o firem en -vvitli ch e m ic a ls h a d extingui.ched th e one b u r n i n g reel of celluloid. 'J'here w a s no d a n g e r a t a n y tim e . 'Phe re e l w a s co n t a in e d in a steel fire- roof m a g a z in e a n d th e p r o je c t i n g m a c h in e a n d o p e r a t o r tvore in a steel a n d b r ic k firep r o o f bo o th . A s th e sm o k e })egan to fill th e th e a t r e F e r d i - ’.lan d H o d g e a t th e p ian o c o n ti n u e d to plav a n d d id m u c h to re a s s u r e th e a u d ien c e . B e c a u s e of th e .«moke it -was d e e m e d b e s t n o t to co n t i n u e th e p e r ­ fo r m a n c e la.st n i g h t . N o one w a s in ­ ju r e d a n d th e on ly d a m a g e wa.s to th e one reel, th e b u r n i n g of w h i c h a r e q u ite co m m o n in th e m o t i o n p ic tu r e busin e s s . BIG BLOCK PARTY HEREJUNE17TH P e rm is.sion h a s b e e n g r a n t e d to H u d s o n I^odge, L o y a l O r d e r of M o o se, to ro p e off S o u th F o u r t h St. fo r a -por­ tio n of t h e evening' of .lu n e 3 7 th w h e n a b ig stre e t fe s tiv a l w ill be h e ld th e re. 'P b e r e Avail be a- m a x n o th b l o c k p a r t y AAdth mn.'^ie by a h a n d . T h e r e Avili be dozen .o.r m o r e b o o th s g a y ly d e c o r a t ed wheM-e v o f r e s h m e n ts a n d n o v e lties w ill be .seid by th e M o o se m e m b e r s . T h e r e Avill he sp e c ial l i g h t i n g , d e c o r a ­ tio n s a n d o t h e r fe a tu r e s . T h e M o o se a r e AA’o r k i n g - h a r d on th e pro .iect a n d believe th a t it w ill be one o f t h e m o s t su c c e s s f u l a f f a i r s of its k in d ev e r h e ld in th i s city. LAKE CHARLOTTE. L a k e C h a r l o tt e . J u n e 5.— E d . D e c ­ k e r la n d e d se v e r a l la r g e eels recen tly . H a r o l d W a lsh c a u g h t se v e r a l la r g e R o c k b a s s , th e y a r e m u c h la r g e r th a n la s t y e a r . M r a n d M r s A_. B a k e r of H u d s o n , w e r e S u n d a y v isito r s a t th e L a k e . M r a n d M r s S a m u e l T r a n s u e a n d fa m ily sp e n t th e w e e k - e n d a t th e i r co ttag e . M r . a n d M rs C h a r le s A. C a r p e n te r , s p e n t S u n d a y a t th e lak e . M r and M rs J. H e m w Carpenter and friends, spent the Aveek-end. at th e i r Aveek-ei ed g o in g b a c k a n d forth in their n e w car, A\dth L o u ise a t th e Avheel. I M r a n d M rs H . W e lls, M iss Jo h n s o n a n d C laren c e Jo h n s o n , s p e n t S u n d a y a t tlie lake. M r a n d M r s F r a n k H a H e n h e c k s p e n t th e w e e k - e n d a t th e i r c o ttag e . 'M tes M a r ie D o la n is sp e n d in g Aveek a t th e C h a r l o t t e H o u s e . L e v i S n y d e r a n d son, H a r o l d , sp e n t S u n d a y a t th e la k e w i t h frie n d s . •Mr a n d M rs E . H . D a v is a n d d a u g h ­ te r , -M a rgaret, sp e n t th e w e e k - e n d a t th e i r cottaig in g W illia m B lass sp e n t S u n d a y cam ,p- g a t th e lak e . iM iss E le a n o r S e e s t a d t o f NeAV Y o r k S u n d a y g u e s t of M iss M a r y ^ M r ^ Be] s p e n t th e ille E . W a lsh a n d fam ily , w e e k - e n d a t th e i r c o tta g e . !orge P . D o la n a n d were week-end M r s C h a r l e s E . M r s E d . D e c k e r a n d son, of L a k e C h a r lo tte , Maiple-wood cotts M r a n d M r s G e o rj family, of Hudson, g u e s t s of M r a n d 1 cottage, are lending a week dn Boughkeepsie with .aAvrenc a nn dd 'Mr!M s p e n d i n g a w e M r a n d Mi’S LaA v rence 'M r a ' rs Jo h n froy, w e r e S u n d a y c a lle r s a t th e lak e . Mr and Mrs L. Richmond are spend- ig th e i r h o n e y m o o n a t th e C h a r lo t te :c W h a le n . E . D o r n e r . o ise fo r a GMr and jVIrs IN'iebergal and family, spent Sunday at their camp prepar­ ing to build next week. M r s A. D . S h a u r m a n o f G lenco w a s a re c e n t c a m p e r a t h e r c o ttag e . 'H e n r y H u -dson s p e n t th e w e e k - e n d a t h is c o ttag e . TO ATTEND SYNOD TO BE AT PELLA, IOWA D o r r A llen of StuyA’e s a n t P a l l s , an elder of t h e c o n s isto r y of th e R e f o r m ­ ed church in that village, will leave f o r P e lla , Io w a , to d a y a s a d e le g a t e to th e (G eneral S y n o d o f -the R e ­ fo r m e d c h u r c h to b e h e ld th e r e b e ­ g in n in g T h u r s d a y of th i s w e e k . M r A llen, w h o is a w e ll k n o w n f r u i t g r o w e r a t th e F a lls, goes as th e official d e l e g a te o f th e C lassis of R e n s s e la e r . T h e R e v W . L y le R o b ­ in s o n , p a s t o r of th e K i n d e r h o o k R e ­ fo r m e d c h u r c h , is a lso a d e le g a te fro m th e m i n i s t e r i a l ra n k s of th e classis a n d w ill acc o m p a n y M r A llen to Io w a , w h e r e th e y w ill be in a t t e n d ­ a n c e a t th e G e n e r a l Synod a w e e k . 5TH ANNIVERSARY OF REBEKAH LODGE O n W e d n e s d a y n i g h t C o lu m b ia V a lley R e b e k a h lo d g e h e l d its fifth a n n i v e r s a r y a n d c h i l d r e n ’s d a y e x e r ­ cises. A w e lco m e w a s e x te n d e d to a ll by S iste r E s t h e r M. S a g e n d o r p h in F r ie n d s h i p , L o v e a n d T r u t h , th e first G. of th e lodge w h o s e r v e d tw o y e a r s . S o los w e r e re n d e r e d , re c i t a ­ tio n s given a n d a tw o - a c t c o m e d y by fo u r m e m ’b e r s of th e lodge. A f t e r th e ce r e m o n ie s S iste r E l l a C. K ip p of V a la tie R e b e k a h lodge, m o t h e r o f Coltrm lbia V a lley R e b e k a h lodge, w a s in t r o d u c e d by th e D i s t r i c t P e p u t y P r e s i d e n t of C o lu m b ia D is t r i c t I n a B. Y o rck j w h o g a v e a fine ad d r e s s . A f te r w h ic h sh e w a s p r e s e n t e d w i t h a b e a u ­ tifu l b a s k e t of c a r n a t i o n s a n d roses, a n d a $10 go ld p iece. A f t e r th e p r e ­ se n t a t i o n re f r e s h m e n t s w e r e serv e d of c r e a m a n d cak e , w h ic h a ll en - $5,000 BEQUEATHED KINDERHOOK WOMAN S u r r o g a te W i n g a t e of B r o o k l y n h a s re c e R e d th e Avill of th e la t e E d g a r M. C u llen, fo r m e r l y C h ief J u d g e of th e C o u r t of A p p e a ls. F r i e n d s said th e e s t a t e a m o u n t e d to se v e r a l m i l ­ lio n d o lla r s . T h e d o c u m e n t filed does n o t s t a t e th e a m o u n t of th e ju d g e ’s po s s e s s io n s . F i f t y th o u s a n d d o ll a r s is g iven to M r s C a r o lin e J . DeA^elle, a sister, of M a d r id , S p a in ; M r s M a r y B. P r u y n of K i n d e r h o o k , “ d a u g h t e r of m y old frie n d , W i l l ia m N. 'Tobey,” is g iven $5,000; $1,000 is g iv e n “in reco g n it i o n of th e old frie n d s h i p th a t ex isted b e ­ tw e e n u s , ” to e a c h of th e fo llo w in g ; Jo h n B B y r n e , C h ief C l e r k of th e A p p e l la t e divisio n of th e S u p r e m e c o u r t ; W illia m N. D y k m a n of M a n ­ h a t t a n , a iid W illia m B. D a v e n p o r t of B ro o k ly n . J u d g e C u llen ’s law b o o k s a r e le f t to Ja c k s o n A. D y k m a n of L y n b r o o k , L. I., c o n n e c ted w i t h th e la w firm of C u llen & D y k m a n . H o ly T r i n it y E p i s ­ co p a l c h u r c h of B r o o k l y n is g iv e n $2,- 000 a n d th e B r o o k l y n B a r A s s o c iatio n a n d th e S a l v a t i o n arm y , $1,000 each . N O T I C E . In the D istrict Court ot the United for the Southern D istrict of New Y( the M atter of Chatham Shirt Coi States, New Y ork—In lirt Com] NAVY RECRUITING RESUMED HERE L ie u t. C a r l S h e a r s , o f th e H a v a 'l R e c r u i t i n g S t a t i o n a t 212 N o r t h P e a r l s t r e e t , A lb a n y , a c c o m p a n i e d b y C h ief B o a tsw a i n ’s M a te S h a r p , a n d C h ief Q u a r t e r m a s t e r T h iel, w e r e in H u d s o n M o n d a y on a n a u t o to u r c o v e r in g th e llOAvns on th e e a s t side of th e riv e r a s f a r a s H u d s o n a n d C a t s k i l l and- n o r t h on th e Avest h a n k . T h e y w e r e d i s t r i b u t i n g p o s t e r s an d a d v e r t i s i n g a n n o u n c i n g th e re s u m p ­ tio n o f re c r u i t i n g b y th e n a v a l d e ­ p a r t m e n t fo r f i r s t enlisitm e n ts . L ie u t. S h e a r s sa i d th a t it w a s th e in t e n t i o n to b u i l d u p a p ic k e d fo rce. S p e c ial ra t i n g s a r e o f f e r e d fo r f o r ­ m e r a r m y n a v y a n d m a r i n e co r p s sei’vice m e n . BARN IS BURNED AT PINE PLAINS P in e P l a in s , Ju n e 2— A fire w h i c h is b e liev e d to h a v e s t a r t e d b y s p o n ­ ta n e o u s co m b u s tio n (]e.«ti’oj’ed th e ’ha-rn of D r. W . H . H e w i t t \ in thi.‘: v il­ lag e th i s m o r n in g . T h e fire wa.s dis- covei-ed a b o u t 6 a. m . a n d w ith in .-m h o tir th e e n t i r e b u il d i n g Avtis in flarn<'.»-. 'fh e In.ss is e s tin m ted a t a b o u t $5,- O'iO a s th e b a r n Avas one of th e m o s t sU h -stantial b u ild i n g s o r th-e k i n d in th e A-illage. A n a u to m o b ile lielo n g in g to th e d o c to r Avliieh wa.s k e p t in th e b a r n , AA'as co m p letely de.stroyed. T h e flre> d e p a r t m e n t q u ick ly re.^r-pondod an d fo u g h t th e flam e s b u t b y th e tim e th e y a r r iv e d th e fire h a d gained! suc-h h e a d v /ay th a t it A\a.s im p o s s ib lo to f-onti'ol it. T avo valiiahle hunting dogs, which'\ Avere housed in the harn, w e r e rescued h y th e eaifiy a r r i v a l s a t th e fire, b u t a n b id do g w h i c h haft difficu lty in AAtadking Avas killed in th e flame.s. A i'i'ostcd f o r .Speeding. D o m in ick C hrLstie of NeAvton H o o k AA’-as a r r e s t e d by T raffic Officer R a y n o r on M o n d a y on th e c h a r g e of .speed­ in g a n au to m o b ile on G r e e n s t r e e t . H o le f t $5 fo r c o u r t a p p e a r a n c e . The Fez in Turkey. F o r a h u n d r e d y e a r s th e fez, now g o in g - o u t o f use, h a s b e e n th e ch a r - a c t e i'istic T u r k i s h h e a d d r e s s . I t to o k th e p lace o f th e tu r b a n , a n d th e S u l­ ta n M a h m u d II, Avho in tr o d u c e d it, w a s called “th e infidel su lta n . ” _______ N ew York, on the 20th day o l June, 1922, at two o ’clock in the afternoon of that day, at w h ich tim e the said creditors m ay attend, prove their claim.?, appoint a trustee, exam ­ ine the bankrupt and transact such other business as may properly come before said Dated, Hudson, N. Y., June 5, 1922. EZRA D. DE L.4MATBR, Referee in Bankruptcy. W . C. FALK & SON 543 Wajren Street. SHIRTS FOR SUMMER WEAR Tlie tendency of recent years has been for soft at- taebed collar sbirts for summer wear and to meet tbe demand we bave an nnnsual showing of fine styles in tbe celebrated ^^Cluett’^ make. “ Gordon” style Shirts in 'White Oxford Cloth with button down collar. The most popular attached collar shirt made. Price ................................................................................... $2.50 White Oxford Shirts with either plain collar or semi-soft collar at ......................................... .................................... ^ 2 . 5 0 Colored stripe styles in several neat patterns. $2.50 Plain Pongee color shirts with convertible collar. Can he worn as a soft collar shirt or hy turning in collar can he used for a neckband style ............................................ $2.50 A special in collar attached Shirt in neat stripes. Price, $1.50 > 4 ^ THings QUieKiy These-Day*. A N e w York- c r itic sa y s t h a t S h a k e * , p e a r e ’s p ia y e a r e a n tiq u a t e d ; £ia T h trte e n Day* in A n c ian t V ^ * * ir “ thioidd ren ietn W r A a t S h a k e s p e a r e *lDhirteeu da.vs coin p rised -the Jteso*t w r itte n a n y th in u fo r se v e r a l Of th e an c i e n t M eiksahis. y»krkY -B o s tou- T ranacR iiit., Cool Tub Fabrics TO QUICKLY EVOLVE S U MMER CLOTHES Often hot weather arrives before one has anything cool to put on. Take a look at the pretty summer goods we are showing’ a length or so of any one of the Batistes, Organdies, Voiles, Ratines or Ginghams, will achieve a frock, a costume or a blouse. The fabrics req uire such simple designing that with a McCall pattern you are sure of excellent results. Batistes in new patterns and colorings, 36 inches ......... 39^ and 4 9 ^ Silk Stripe Batiste ........ .................................................................. 59^^ Voiles in light and dark colorings.....................................39^ to 89^ 36 inch fast color R a t i n e ........... . ................................... . ...............49^ Sports .Material for skirts ........... . ................ ........................ ^ ......... 36 inch pure Linen Suiting, shrunk, all shades ........... .................. 79^ l^emo Corsets under price. $5.00 Remo Corsets in two styles tp close out a t.........................$2.98 John T. Guinan Co,

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