T he M onroe G azette VOL: V. NO H2 MONROE, ORANGE COUNTY, NEW YORK, FR tda Y, JULY 2 6 , 1912. Loss of .hair is usually caused hy dandruff or some lack of vitality in the scalp. Rexall “93” Hair Tonic has cured these troubles for many people and may do so for you. 50c and $1.00 guaranteed. G. R. PALEN, Mgr. Everything right in Price Let us supply your Drug Store wants ;ht in lality '^Expert Shoe Repainng’ This space next week will contain something of unusual interest to each man,;voman and child in this communit7. DEATH OF COM. ALEXANDER United States Commissioner Tho mas Alexander, Clerk of the Federal District Court in New York City, died Wednesday at his home near Harriman, from injuries he received when he fell into a well the night of July 9, while inspecting with his two sons a new residence he was having constructed. The well had only been partially covered, and it was thus obscured in the dark. After Com missioner Alexander had been rescued with the assistance of neighbors, it was found that three ribs had been fractured by the fall, and he had suf.- fered concussion of the brain. Since the accident,' Dr. J?/ H. Rulison of Monroe,has been in\*almost constant attendance on Mr, Alexan- been assisted, by Dr. in consultation. TOWN AND VIClNin NEWS. Hubert Smith, one of our public spirited •citizens is repairing. thy Round Lake road his own expense, W. M, Haight expects to purchase ian automobile in a few days. Elmer McEIroy has been engaged to run the R. W, Jones is having the roofs of his buiJdngs in the old village painted. A. Lichtenberger ha? ; contract. The C. S. Knight Co., have sold THE MONROE . AUGUST RACES P, W. Barton, Secretary of Monroe Driving Park, has just ( ted arrangements 'action at the race meeting August attri 13, 14, Gnideles!S arrangements for m at the race meet!) and 16th, Pacing Wonder, Amos R., to race a half mile each day of the meeting without either sulkey or to Henry MapSs and Frank L. Rog- Vacuum laeed a-half mile over a circular track at Springfield, mry 1 :00j, anc I made to Monarch ?75 Vacuum go a half runners ick at Springfield, Mass., and'endeavors are now be- 3 flat, or juarters in tl der, and has Rushmore of 1. by the Tuxedo Hospi city specialist, i Commissioner Alexander Attorneys Elwood- C. Smit Monroe,and Anson J . Fowler of burgh, expect to spend weeks of August in cai ton, Ont. dozen e^gs daily. ' Mi notber horse without a Commissioner Doremus Block, - - . . Monroe. N, Y We Specialize on Children Shoes. R o e t n e m b e r ^ RELYEA’S CANDY STORE When you want Candy or Soda. A fine line of box candies, fresh and delicious at the popular prices of 25c and 50c. 30c and 60c. “Hopewell Dainties” Maraschino Cherries at 40c the box, once tasted, never forgotten. Also a fuff line of lUc Candies equal to many of the higher priced ones. We make a specialty of Salted Peanuts at 10c per pound. Frank W. Relyea, T H E Government, in 1867, pointed Jan. I, 1887, and Deputy Clerk of the United States District Court. As the fourth incumbent of the oflicf, Mr, Alexan ier succeeded Samuel H. Lyman as Chief Clerk of thh District,-Court !ias ' acted as the court, having entire charge of the business of that branch after the passage of the Uniform^ Bankruptcy law. Since the merging of the Cir cuit and District Courts at the begin- jg of'.the year, he had been clerk the enlarged District Court. Commissioner Alexander is surviv Arthur and funeral arrangements are be taken care of by Undertaker I. Smith of Harriman, and will pro bably be held on Saturday from the North Presbyterian Church of Wash- ch he was an ally. Mr, Davis, the proprietor, believes in patronizing his neighbors, and is buying his eggs, milk and vegetables of the in] Estate have again tract for a new roof chickens, farm&rs hereabouts. The Conklij _ awarded a contract for a new their store, office building j‘ this tim« the Goshen Hi ware Company secured the contract and work will be commenced on the same a t once,^ A special meeting of the Town mrd o f Monroe will be helfi in the irporatjt ty seconds, jual &., will race ai arrangements will be made to take a ig picture of the event, using automobile to ca^ry the camera all way aroui lide of Amos R., and the runners, have nev( win fiRSONAL NOTES OF INTEREST Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey O'Brien N.Y, City, were in town over Sunday. Lester Barton of Passaic, was in town over Sunday, Master William Smythe is spend ing the Week in Stamford, Conn. George Pulper has returned to Monroe a fter spending the past week in the city. Joe Griffin and Elmer McEIroy drove to Poughkeepie today, Thurs day, to take a chaffeur’s examination. Mrs. B. P, Millington spent Sun day with Mrs. Ida Barton and family at Passaic, N . J., former residents of Monroe. moving taken, wiU have an oppor- during the Monroe meetii Monroe Room on FridayFriday evening,ninj ;tant business will be eve nport transacted, including in all proba ed by his wife, two sons, Ai Nelson, and a daughter, Mai The funeral arrangements e held < ‘reshyteri Heights 0 Commissioner Alexander imily leased the O’Gorman cot tage', Monroe village, and became among the best liked of Monroe’s summer colony. This year they leas ed one of the Brower cottages, neat where Mr. Alexander was erecting i handsome country residence. bility a final decision pn the matter of rebuilding the Quaker Hill toad. All interested are requested to be present, “ Lobster Sessions” are now being id in the Walton Lake Inn on Fri day and Saturday evenings of each week, from 7.30 until 11 o’clock, and t|ie motto prevailing a t these ses- IS is “ Eat, drink and be merry.” d music is provided, as well as in entertainment, and Proprietor Lynch guarantees his guests need feel no hesitancy in bringing their wife, mother or daughter with them. Monroe is soon to have a now Vet- lary surgeon. A t the solicitation several prominent horsemen and days of the meeting i| be made t moving picture of ti the track behind and outside of Those who and may sometime later picture a t a moving pi The day for this event cannot be set, as the light must be perfect to take pictures as rapidly as these machines operate, With a Guicfeless performance by added, to three corking races 3moon the Monroe meeting I whirlwind, and those who attend will certainly g et their moneys worth of horse entertainment, Floyd Abrams has Bend, Penn.,to and expects to gone t< see hia grand) expects to find to Great grandparents, position and Idle Hoar Inn, The recent arrivals a t the Idie Hour m are: Dr. D. T. Millspaugh and family, Paterson, N. J . j JH. H . Kernes, H. Kernes, Great Ban ton. M ass.; Mr. and Mrs. J, Sharpe, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Ripl( _ Mrs. Haas, Miss Haas, Mrs. James Nelson Rice, Mrs. M. V. Plunkett, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Drayton, Mr. and F. Rankine, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. A. L. xvu„n.i„e, UU-. ai H. N. Pyke, Mr. and| Mrs S Wise and s r ee A. Towno a grad University will make his home with las been 3 of Cornell Monroe Country Club Bali, reparations for the third annual Golf Ball to be held at Cedar Cliff len of our locality, idnate leen practicing v^estern part of the state for the years with splendid results having heard of Orange County der, S. and i W. S. Sof, Berghold P- Mau ls, Mr, ar.d Mrs. Grafton Wiggins, in the Miss Sumi Saturday Evening Aug. .3rd mmpleted. Lake Street, Monroe FIREMEN’S OPERA HOUSE Saturday, |uly 27 Vion’s Motion Pictures The Best that can he Procured A n o t h e r E x c e llen t P r o g r a m Six Reels Prices lOo and 2 0 o Wednesday, July 31 EN T IR E CHANGE OF PROGRAM being successful!; 'ountry become a fixe.i feature in the social events of the town and affords plea sant opportunity for residents and leet neighbors as well as t3 attest their interest in the well- fare of the Country Club. In addition to the dancing there will b\ an ontertalnTnont in charge Collier, the well known contralto. Bhe will assisted by Samuel G. Marl ibeth, N. J. ] Ier and the take part in the entertainment. The spacious Inn will be n scene of festivity that none having oppor- to attend should miss. ie villaf tin, tenor, of Elizabeth, N. J . Prof. A, Schue-\ ? Hotel Orchestra will also has decided to .settle here. I house and lot 60x200 feet, owned by Oliver Ryder and situated irth Main Street, Monroe, near lage lino, was sold under fore closure on Wednesday, by Elwood C. Smith, Referee. The property was purchased by Rosene W. Smith, Pre sident of the Orange & Rockland Electric Company, and one of Mon roe's o.xtensive dealers in real estate, for investment. Kane & Stage of Warwick, v,-ere attorneys for the Plaintiff, the Warwick, Monroe & Chester Building «S:Loan Association. ik McCoy, E. . Haas, Mr, awkins,Mr. and ifstra, Grafton Wiggins, Carleton Wiggins, New York City; Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Sumner Miss Sumner, Mr. and Gott, Boston. Mass E. Wiley ] Christian Bahr, Miss Valentine Schmitt, Mr. and Mrs. ild, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Haw- Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Jahn and dy, Mr. and Mrs, D. M, Me- ;hlin and son, Mr. and, Mrs, H, ifield, Brooklyn: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Durston, Newark, N. J , ; Miss Lillian Wahl, Milwaukee; Geo. Armsby, San Francisco, Cal,; Mias Rohr, Miss E. Rohr,Westchester. Doremus Sells His Studio. On Saturday, July 2u, W.P. Dore- mUB, Monroe's well-known ' ‘ his studio businef n photoj Country C to the con has added an element community life that enhances attractiveness of living here. It serves to bring as summer resi- Rye Hill sect From this village to South Mi ' poles ten-wire capaci plier, sold his studio business to H. M. Grisdale of N. Y. City, who will e pcifsession August 1. ;hat time will take t})£. nev; poles with two arms, each of dents and visitors to the profit of the drawn elsewht town, many who would will also be used. This line has been overtaxed for some time. It owned by the Haine Club of Doremus father’s studio in Paterson. This studio was * establl.shed by Mr. Doremus’ grand father over sixty years ago, and i,s of the established Iandmark,s of Paterson. Mr. Grisdale is a pho- Mr, and Mrs, Charles McGarrah of New York City, were guests on Sunday of Mr. McGarrah’a sister, Mrs. Job Howell, in Monroe. Ernest Lamoreaux, employed by Hegeman & Co., of New York City, spent'last week a t the home of his naother, Mrs. Millard Doyle: Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lendrim and sons, George and Charles, of Pater son, spent the week end and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Smith, South Monroe,' Mr. and .Mrs. R. Macintosh and sons of Hohokus, N. J „ spent the week with Mrs, Macintosh's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Shearln, Mom- basha Lake. Winfield S. Lewis several months ago took a Civil Service examination in Tuxedo, for the position of postal clerk under the classified service. He has just been informed that he passed the examination with a credi table rating, and has been placed on the waiting list. While the examina tion was held principally to fill a va- acy in the Tuxedo office a candidate ly be appointed to fill a vacancy in any other place. Mombasba Fire Company. The free Souvenir Parade booklet a few days, so same ready if you iser. A few spaces are in this book. Eemembor tho big day is only seven weeks off. Plenty of free la- hols for everybody at the Gazette office. Use them on your corre.spon- dence and !et everybody know that Alonroe is on the map. » Tuesday night was drill night, and Drillmaster Meyers taught the boys lotne ne\v movements which i :o look good if the members turn out in larger numbers get the needed practice. RomemI if you don't drill you cannot march in tho parade. If you are going to have a substitute, secure him now,so he can drill, and answer for your name a t roll call. The Washingtonville Fire Company have engaged the Montgomery Fife, Drum and Bugle Corps for Sept IBth. hey certainly can play marching Ed.son S, Miller has secured a k drum major for his band, been engaged by the local company. CHURCH AND sooErr PRlMSyrKKUIf. “ Trust, Doubt and UnWMfuf,*; be the topic a t th# motnltgg i of the Presbyterian con Sunday. “ The Six ling topic. The topics of the M, E. Church next “ The Man with the M»i in the morning, and “ The annual pfenie of the It. mday School will b«h«M Conveyancs -wlH W ided for all Sunday School. Sunday wl Momfnf. 'hat Sweet dlth. the Sba^wt « | ight «re G o n e .ijte m l l . Evening, •' , An'them--“ For Me<“ —M«r«iftii (w»- accompanied). Bass Solo-“ Grasaes and R om * .” — Barrett. day, July SI, i ton Lake. Conve vided for all eonaeeted witb lusi.c a t the M. « . C k m h m 3 will Ineiads the foiknrlwg: Anthem—-“ Tl ' OW. ’’-Meiwdl Soprano Solo—“ Nor lit N i g h t are Gom sacrkd HgAjsr CHWntai. Hereafter there will b« t' elebrated every Sunday 1 irt church. The early mane wUf The Harriman Induetrial Cor|M«nL- tion has received to build a eceived a fl6,OeO n addition andmaJu he Tuxedo Park r will go to press in a few have your cony for sa •e an ddvortlsei III for aale'in ire going will only ember tlons to the Tuxedo Park of Frederick da I Prijw lar II m Eadib Faitr. Among the prlsea to b» avaided at the Progressive Euchre party vlidcli takes place Saturday ev e n ly , July 7, at Idle Hour Inn, are the f«d)w«r> ng: A new ten dollar gold tdeoa, five dollars in gold, a brand now JHw dollar bill, a soft leather »ofa jpUlow top into, the texture ef vrkMt iHss been wrought the h e tatlfol fwce o f a lady whose name for the nemc* w«et remain unknown, a large tised swt glass olive dish, a hand painted peew- der puff box, a richly decorated pla tray.a smaller olive diah (cut glsM), a cut glass salad bowl, a unoker’s pressed glass ish tray filled with triple cigar rest and mount<-d In si ling silver, down sofa j corated porcelain cup sne artistic plaque, showing lilver, a fancy covered elder pillow, a tastefally celain cup (nd sat tef < a favorite horse out of W owa Its hand (beauty and the beast), year’s subscription to the Monroe Gazette, the Goahen Democrat and the Independent Republican. The “ door prize” is a haHdsoniely bottisd igular edition of Wordsworth. These and other gifts received for tho same purpose, as well s» thoae to be received, may be seen exhibited m the show windows of Rogers Drug Btore, Monroe, up to C P . M., Salt r- day. Prizes may bo left at the drug store; they will bo duly added to t l » exhibit and correctly ticketed. It is lesirable that all who mesa to take t in tho Progres-sivo Euchre be a t hotel by 8 3(>, as it takes time to inge the settings at table,and the game begins promptly at 9 o’clock. The winners at Table No. I will move to the table bearing the highest number, then No. 3 to No. 1, 3. to 2, 4 to 3 and so forth. Ten five minute ' games v/ill be played and the count will go by points. “ Going it Alone” is allov/ed no privilege. “ T aking a partner’s best” Is prohibited. rackerjaek d t’hich ha.s bei irwise i The ball is a subacription Ford Motor Cars — Also Agents for REO Motor Trucks and Prest-O-Lite Gas Tanks MONROE AUTO COMPANY, cri dance, iscribe may do ) at Rogers’ Drug Store, at Cedar Clff Inn, or by applicaion to any of e patronesses, A nominal sub scription fee of 75 cents is charged. ae money received will be for the benefit of the Club. A large number have already subserijaed. The*pa tronesses for the event are Mesddme.s 'deZerega, Johnson, W. S, and George Elliott, Behrman, Durham, LutkiUs, Collier, Coughlin, Haight, Welling ton, Jarvis, Severy, Byrnes, Goodwin, Muit, Martin, Voories, of the Inn, id Mrs. Barton, McKendrick, Wood- hull, Sutherland, McCord, M. Kane, T. F. B. Carpenter, Jones, Smith, Delaney, Linkroum, of Mon- by the Haine Ch Mombasha Lake, Geo. E. Reed and to rebuild. ir of considerable reputat ty and will undoubtedly isha Lake, Geo. E. others, and leastd to the Highland who recently acquired the right The boxes in the grand stand of the Monroe Driving Park are rapidi; beingng boughtought upp foror thehe raceace meetin)eeting b u f t r m August 1,% 14, and 15th. Quite lumberumber off wealthyealthy horseorse ownersners n o w h ow who are sending their .stables to Mon roe to race have re.served box< a. few desirable boxes still avail- gether with a large number members of the Tuxedo Club. tographe; in the cil joy prosperity here. William Todt, who has assisted Mr. Doremus the past five years, will stay with Mr. Gri.sdale until Septem ber lst,vrhen he will go to the Pater son Studios. Mr. Doremus has not sold the “ corner property” as many suppose- but only the business. This hustling and popular young business man has been a Monroeite for so long as to be almost a fixture, and all will regret to learn that he will move hfs family to the Silk City som.> time in August. For the eleventh ecason at Codar Cliff Inn the usual Friday night card party took place last week..\ Bri< Whiat and End ham were the The gentlemen of the Inn are play ing a Round Robin Croquet Touma- 'k Bridge tho favorite roquet Tourr if the Natior ment after the rule.? o f tho National Association. The ladic.s take much interest in the games and the woods with their cheers when a good shot is made. The Rev, Mr. Ei.senhart and Ar thur Brooks of Monroe, were guests of Mr, Haight recently at dinner. ment v.ihich it v/ill be impossible to supply. • The Gazette stated last week that R. W . Smith, MONROE, N. Y. jerald has bouj way’s meat market on South Main Street, George Fitzgerald has bought o the fixtures of Thomas Galloway IF SOMEBODY ELSE hinted that you were too SELFISH to make proper provi- .sion fob those dependent upon you, you’d resent it hotly. What reason do you give yourself for not buying Life Insurance? Write for Partleelara at I'oHclea at yonr ege. JA M E S M A D D E N , NEW YORK ADDftESS; 20 VESEY STREET. ijitrut iiiuin.cb uii ouu ui miiJiJ ourtfet, rented the market of D. F, Mack, and ' commenced busine.ss on Thursday. mtchf] Mr. Fitzgerald was in the bul e will still conduct his bl ing business on Lake Street, business asanemp oyee in twenty years ago, since then have changed quite a bit. ct his black.si a good mechanic, and also hopes find time occasionally to drive Bli iCk.smith- over the Now is the time to Advertise. food mechanic, and als< Mahogany a Beginning Monday, July 29, Monroe Bakery and Grocery will a wagon early every morning y.ith bread and rolls, taking orders a t the same time, to be delivered later t qua* jail i Jc^hua Valentine had Police Justice Carpenter to await action of the Grand Jt rape, ant would be made to obtain his release w rit of habeas corpus on the ground that the alleged crime took place outside the village of Monroe, that .consequently the Police Justice had no jurisdiction of the case. We have been Informed' that from the testimony taken a t the hear- and a.s filed by Justice Carpenter commencement of the affair in which the' defendant was involved v/ithin the village limits, that there was practically two npts charged agaii justice's juri'idiction. Be that may, and despite a rumor that the prisoner would be sent by the County Judge to one of the town magi.strates for a re hearing, nothing h a s so far transpired, and Valentine is still in in Goshen, in default held by fury, on a charge of attempted rape, and that an effort practically two sepa rate attempts charged against Valen tine, one of which occurred n.a proi man of Chester, died a t his home in that village about 5 o'clock r n Wednesday ahernoon, of tonsiIiti.s, with which he had suffered for some time. In the morning of Wedne.sday he was feeling fairly good, and. able to be out of doors. In the ternoon he became vfnrse and failed rapidly. Mr- Conklin, who years of age, was the son of Walter and Dolly Conklin. Hia father has been dead for some years mother is living He is also survived a widow--Effie L., daughter of nuel VanVliet of Oxford Depot, Well as by a host of friends and acquaintaiiceFi. Mr. Conklin well known hereabouts in fraternal circles, being a member of Standard idge, F, & A. M., of Monroe, and of the Knights of Pythias Lodge Chester. F'uneral services will be p^inl held on Friday afternoon at 1 .90 of o'clock in the Chester Presbyterian Church. The interment will 1 the cemetery at Craigville. The Great Western Play Coming. Coming to the 'Monroe Opera House 1 Thursday, August 1st, is the great western play, “ A Western G irl,” with Conco.t Band and Orchestra. The play is b uilt distinctly on com edy lines and there i.s i Imost continu ous laughter from beginning to end. I t is a v;ell v^ritten comedy with interesting plot and the story told is a happy blending of sunshine .shadow.s. iring the action of the play many pleasing specialties are introduced, and the little details supplied in the stage settings are so perfect that enters into the theatre. The piece is handsomely staged with scenery all bright a 4cc ndv,. on page 4. The members of the Young P « - pie's Union are preparing a play cv- titlcd “ The College Bail” ta b« given at the Monroe Opera House, on the 1,5th and 10th of August. “ The College Ball” is a wide awake up to date \ rich and racy” play. It ivldes place for the singing of col ■ e songs, and affords the display of the usual college pranks. Several Italian, having been help- mg themselves quite freely of iee 1 1 the Campbell creamery, m that tl e y were obliged to lock tf e 3C, Horry Decker an employe« that he recently we* getting ' ice, and after getting nut 14 the customary number, he lovai ia time to. .see 14 Italian<i zoing up tho track each with a cake )f ic« on hi.s back, two more w .re waiting: outside and motioniofi wards the h too.” Campbell c company were < ice house, . reports tl outside and motioning t< e Ice house exclaimed, ' • m Monroe TenviIliger,Suporintende of the cider factory of Meinhold », Go.shen, ‘ has been i hairman of Orange Com the third Naticnal Progro-jaive Roosevelt Party. On £?aturday, Mrs. Frank O'Neil king about tho gardci $2,f)00|you bring* them to “ The Footwear Ihop” ropair-mnn. v;hilc, v;alking a her home near Alonroc.fell over som wire In tho path, and' nastained broken wrist. Pr, C. H. Hall i t duced the fracture. Vxlltn At Nearn’.s Opera House on Mon day, July 29, the Epwi>rtb League of Central Valley i.s to have* benefit rroance of Vion’e Motion Pic tures. Mr. Vmn will present • va ried program- Those whu like mo- pictures A t i cure to help along* thy came should not fall to xt- L The regular w i m ml 11 pr*.