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   Kingston Daily Freeman, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1921, Kingston, New York                               1 'jrorXDED IN 1871. CITY OF KINGSTON, N. t., SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 17, 1921. PRICE THREE CENTS. yP-TO-DATK vwttWWT ft NEW STORE lr. WIH -nd Mojt Contem- icnt I'ljwcn in One of the City. extensive and boratc building changes which made In Kingston in a long u progress at the store the Kingston Up-to-Date ela las been HASBROtlCK FOR JUDGMENT APPEALS COURT? GIVENS AFFIRMED The New York Tribune says: If the Republican leaders in the Third judicial district can agr.ee on a candidate for the vacancy in the court of appeals, it is almost certain that the Republican state conven- tion, when it meets at'Syracuse on Wednesday, will nominate the choice nf the Kingston anufacturing Company, No. tne riv" 1 This was the talk Thursdav Cloak Ma 303 street where thirty-five at work, pushing the. im- provement to completion. An entire new will make the ,n-Date building one of the most ncuouslv attractive iu the cay. reel level trunt will be of plate lt-lt' _ 4.V-. otwilritio' talk Thursday at Re- publican state headquarters, where Appellate IHvUton Suntalnx Judge Hanbronck'.o Declsioft That Em- of lonUr Cd. 1'ayne Shall Share in The appellate'dirision of the su- preme court decided a case Thursday of local interest. It affirmed the judgment of obtained by Al- bert W. Givens against the Col. Oli- ver H. Payne estate. Brinnier, Can- field k Brinnier are the attorneys for LLOYD-GEONGI REPEATS TERMS Annwers IfcrValeiu's Tolejtram By it was learned that Judge William S.j Mr Givens and Carter, Ledyard Andrews, of the court of appeals, j Milburn ot New York city are the at- who was to have been the choice of j torneys for the Payne estate. Governor Miller, had been eliminat- ed by the fact that Syracuse, the othe governor> its The decedent, Oliver H. Payne, known as Colonel Payne, died June th, t ui me siMciiiui, mu ui iia 27 1917. He owned extensive lands JLnl the co.ur.t of_ appeals I and property and buildings at West front of concrete stone, sur- by attractive cornice mounieu Tln-to-Date hte tntnname of the Up-to-Date Company in the center. bench in addition to Judge Andrews, i Wjth the large mansion which Judge Andrews recently wrote the prevailing opinion on the state sol- dier bonus law when the court of ap- teen with The entrance itself is about flf-j peals decided, by a majority vote, Ieet back of the property line, a display window in the center, anybody to walk entirely it and elaborate display nnou.. on side- Window is known as a "walk around The plate glass of each j Justice Gilbert D. B. Hasbrouok of Kingston; Justice Aaron V. S. Coch- that the act was unconstitutional. Should the view at state head- quarters prevail at the convention the nomination will probably go to one of three members of the supreme court bench from the Third district: window. will extend to about from the street level, six _ and 0.......illumination will afford remarkably fine opportunity for of the bonding is be- ine completely remodelled. The W7n in the front of the second floor lit been closed and the balcony in the rear has been eliminated- Au has been built at the rear any candidate, Saying Conference Is As As Irkh Claim Kijtht To JEnter As ijtn Stole. TclrgrifJ to Thr Piwmui. London, Sept- 17. Premier Lloyd- George afternoon replied to Ennioiin dc Vnlrra a new GETTING READY FOR CONCRETING On Kondont Crwk lleiiig Uuilt On Esopus Sldr From 20TH REGIMENT VETERANS GATHER NOW AUTOS IN ULSTER COUNTY About forty veterans of the Civil War are assembled at the Kingston j This Is Cain (if 797 Over Yrnr and d'ivt's County :i Car for Kvcrj Which Concrete Will lie Chutwl Hotel. Crown street, today, being! 10 :5H O.-alcrs. To ttridgf Outer Hitelci- Has A members of the Old Twentieth KoKi- Bj. THi-graph to Mine. ment. holdiiiK their annual reunion.! Albany. Sept. There werp 7.- It II11V Mill I 111 trill, llUlUIUri L "v-11 iiiwti j t 1 i having melon September 17. the BS0 automotiiles in Ulster county on If the several cars of materia o[ ,he battle of An. arcordniK to a report which nn Iho rnarl arrive HS eJtWCieu .u. ntur-a fnr a nnm-1 _ _ now on the road arrive as expected at the same place for a num the work of pouring concrete on the fercm-e is Impossible w> lonjt ai Hie roadway of the Kondout Irish claim thai Ireland is an iiulc- brjdge W1n be started next tietam. at the same l" Just been made by Secretary of her of vears Major Al. Tanner is tno, president of the association and Stale John J. Lyons, covering the creek j president week, "1 There is now a boat of stone and boat of sand in the secretary and j (jrst half of this year. This is gam I treasurer. A business meeting was of 737 ovor lhe for all :hekl this neon and later a bounteous m IM1S !UU1 latu, A uvuiiituu.i; n.Illtv 0 the creek for the ,hlinpr was served by Mrs. Frank of last year, the count> has concrete iob Work of lavins con-jCronk to the veterans to which they crete on the briusewas started re-! did justice after which there was a crete the tronl jcan.pnre at _ which the boys in hue ccntlv. an was used by him at the time of his death and for a number of years pre- viously thereto as a country place and home. At the time of his death Col. Payne had a large number of people in his employ'at West Park, many of whom had worked on the es- tate from the time he acquired it and built the large mansion thereon. There were numerous persons em- ployed in the mansion and others on the farm, which was under cultiva- On tho Ksopus side of the ci-pok the bridge carpenters are conciote elevator o a point to every ten of its residents. In his report Mr. Lyons credit! the county with mm, a pendent sovereign Mate. Tin- ronuniinlciifion in wply to de Valent's (clojrritm of jcsti'rday indicating a willingness on the of the Sinn Fein to resume ucgotia- lions. LONG GIVEN VERDICT i bridge and dumped into cars A jury in the Supreme Court nm on Kllls ,0 any pai.t Of Ilie i ru ,lluelll allll Poughkeepsie rendered a verdict for where the concrete is to be years he is still' has been a half year's reunion and the rane of Hudson, and Justice Wesley) tion during Col. Payne's lifetime. 0. Howard of Troy. The Third district is entitled to the nomination, as the vacancy was caused by the death ot Judge Emory A. Chase of Catskill, which is includ- ed in that district. It was learned also Thursday that New York city would not present realizing that while of the building, with winding i the city has not its proportionate war to It and a well at the share of representation on the ap- leading W> henrh tho ThirH rtistfirt peals bench, the Third district now Lt the wiil be'of prism glass which diffuses the light in all directions and make the interior almost as, light as the outdoors. At the top of the stairway leading to the second floor hare been STATE DECLINE FURTHER Col. Payne left a will containing the' following provision: "To each person, not hereinbefore named who at the time of my death be in my service and shall then be customarily employed as part of my household in my house in New York city; or in my country house in Ulster county, New York, the sum of three thousand dollars, if he or she shall have been in my service for two years, with the further sum of two hundred dollars for each year or portion of a year, in excess of two years, and the sum of one thousand dollars, if he or she shall have been in my service for less than two years.4' Mr. Givens entered the service of Colonel Payne in June, 1911, and re- mained continuously in his employ I I point it will bo carried down bv j chutes to aboiV the center of tho I of -Tames Ihriilp-p :inrl dimmed into cars regiment. t'hp'v Kain of 430, while omnibuses hare In thVlosperatolylKone from 7.J5 to RtS. and rommer- with the Confeder- oars from to l.n.tl. ISG'j Durum ihel The county has dealers, the- servins of the din-1 same as last year. There are 14 -i trailers. I Chan ff ems in the county are an orchestra mi-, shown to number 1.614, a. gain of 4S Piorce'over last year. The county has 265 motorcycles, a decrease of IT. Never in the history of the office drum major Qf and although over in favor of Frank Long poured. against Hugh McTamney of New-, The rivounc irivetinc together the steel frame- and the Rev. Joseph A. Geisi VQrk Q. tjlo pro- of Ellenville. Long lost his left js being made, as the result of injuries sustained! Friday mornins; a member of the by him when the motorcycle on i cans; received a s-ample from which he was riding collided with j partner in Arizona of the latest an automobile owned by Father Geisi strike at their ruby mine there. The on the state road between sample consisted of a rod sandlike kepsie and Wappingers Fallls on the [mixture containing rubies run- night of September Sth. 1910. from (he of a pinhead to automobile was then driven by Me-'about the size of the head of a par- lor match The sample was packed the I jj, a small bottle. As soon as the had) riveting work on the bridge is corn- u I full-of pep." a musician ot ability.! equalling the one of this year, ir pang is also busy anrf hag for of vears con. to July 1. no less than 721.4SS c Father Geis was not car and it appeared that m he directed McTamney to take it to a i Dieted the riveter expects to join his garage in Kewburgh several hours j partner at the mine. before the accident. Judge Platt.j however, denied a motion to dismiss j the complaint against Father Geisi and submitted to the jury the lion whether the automobile was! being operated by McTamney on thej business of Father Geis. John E. Mack of Poughkepsie was attorney "O'MALLEY" VS. 01ARA AT 3 P. M. Cloak Manufacturing iet in dark glass. series of fitting rooms are be-j ing built In the rear ot the main floor near the stairway leading to the I Kcotul floor. The stairway as well j fitting roome are ot panelled wal- Ithaca, Shows Good Cabbage, Onions And Beans Far Below Normal. to The N. Y. until the time of his death. He j for th- plaintiff. Cantline Another exodus of Kingston base- claimed to have been customarily em- Dominick cf_ _Xewburgh. wore at-lbull fans ls iooked for Sunday after- when the Colonials travel to ducted orchestras and bands in New York city. TONY BOWERS IS CANDIDATE At a meeting of the Iiemocratic committee on vacancies Friday even- ing to settle the contest between i Tony Bowers and Joseph SchulT for Hi'- nomination of supervisor in tho Seventh ward, the committee figur- ed lhat as Joe had been supervisor for a couple of terms it was no more than fair to give Tony a ihanre to see what IIP could do on election tlav. At the primaries these candidates tied in the voting which, according to the election law, made a vacancy. had been registered recistration Up cars in Now- York Sept. ployed as part of his household in said country place for six years prior to the death of Colonel Payne. His service and employment consist- ed, among other things, in the care! and supervision of the electric lights, electrical bulbs and fire: alarms, electrical watchman's clock, electrical ice machine, telephones Loughran. of this city, were at- torneys for Father Geis. SLA? AND WARNING facilities, has been Installed on tne nf ,11 quired to report at said mansion each Last Sa' second floor and also will be finished} the average yield per acre of all, mornjng for work> in" white tile and walnut. crops taken together is expected txK Under tbe said provision. of the1 as nut and are being built by Schwartz though the corn crop will this year t Company, who ars celebrated cab- j sncrw a larger yield per acre, both of inet makers of New York city. grain siiage; than any corn cropland electrical pads and appliances! ladies' retiring room withi all previousiv harvested in this state, i for Colonel Payne, and he was re- Ou state, nn increase of over last. year's totals. New York state is given a popula- tion of in the last federal Census. This means that there is now an automobile in New York state to every 14 residents. Receipts of Secretary Lyons's office were J9.272.SG4.1C, compared to HAPPENINGS AT THE HIGH SCHOOL The athletic associatlom at the high school has started its annual autumnal drive to enroll A goodly membership, and as the cost ot equipping the various teams is very heavy the support of the loyal al- umnae is desired. Miss Seigle, the association treasurer, will gladly re- ceive contributions and membership I C Lilt; u.i i f. figure in the Hudson Valley Semi- j jn' the seconll heal in j59% the fees from the old "grads. No limit Pro standings, as the New- ju a race On the Grand is made as to the amount one may Xewburgh to meet the Independents Scnardo Senardo. the Fast >lile. great pacer, with Thomas Murphy of Poughkeepsie p'f that city. The game will notion, at the State fair. Syracuse, club withdrew from the league I tni., season. Murphy drove following the Labor Day game in j C7ar Worlliy> a three-year-old. Fri- tbis city. As the Xewburgh team is not ilo'beat trottiUK in i day afternoon in an exhibition race ilo'beat trottiUK in bound by any league restrictions. record in a pacing race Last Saturday little Ruth Johnson! management of lhat club has gone is j :55 made at Columbus, Lafayette avenue walked no little expense to secure the )ljo Septeniber 30, 1914. by Direct- __________ .h, ..n-iprtakin- of A best talent available. Last'um j now owned bv. Silas shurter .The old stairways leading trom, js% 'per cent below the n-m, the plaintiff claimed to be tne parjors 01 A.jSnmlaj. rcff TesreHU- the -Qzark )lf and Pefpr Baker of the first to the second floor and from, during the last 10 'years. According j titled to thirty-eight hundred dol-j Carr Son at No. 1 Pearl street to i formerly of the New York Goshen Sena-do went the give over the nominal membership fee. Keen enjoyment has been express- ed over the good fortune of retain- ing Mr. Dodge as the singing direct- or at ttre chapel exercises on Tuesday the second to the third floor to John B. Shepard, the agricultural I jars. The case was tried before Jus-; see her father, who is employed] Giants, was in the box for the N'ew- heat in 29% and been removed with result ot making j statistician for the U. S. Bureau of j tice Hasbrouck without a jury last.' there there Miss Mary defeating the Schatz Club of tho half mile jn one minute flat, both floors much more spacious.; Markets and Crop Estimates, thej December, who rendered a decision waitress atVr-e Advance Res- st.i-wavs now are at the rear of. official estimates, baseo. on reports, ]n ravor of plaintiff. nn Wnii fin-pred" the 'itai-ways now are the building. The stairway leading J returned by 1.400 New York state f to the third floor is enclosed plaintiff. The appellate division now sus- and' farmers about September 1st. indi- j tains tne decision of Judge Has- directly to the workshop, which j cate the poorest oat. barley, hay and entire third floor of the; grape crops in twenty jears. re the only. has been installed for all forthedisplay window, the on floor behircontroUed from central switchboard Even w th- out artificial Illumination the Inter brouck in favor of Mr. Givens. 56.000.000 bushels last year, i potato crop is compared with l last year. The cabbage crop will be S. L REPORT REFLECTS DRIVE taurant on Wall street, entered the parlors and slapped Ruth's face. When Ruth got borne she told her mother, who promptly decided to have Miss Bonesteel arrested, and by a 2 to 0 score. It is likely that the mysterious "O'Malley." vho stopped the win- ning streak of Labor Day. will Sunday. Whether or not "O'Malle} the Colonials on; attempt to repeat going the first heat in ChicApo Grain Market. Gy Chicago, Sept. and Thursday mornings. Uader Mr.. Dodge's supervision the chapel eier- cises on these mornings are rerit- first! able song fests and enjoyed by every- one. Friday morning at the chape! ex- ercises Mr. Spalding, tbe musical di- rector for the local public schools, accompanied by Mrs. Spalding at the piano, gave a delightful rendition of dis- a weak tone throughout the "'I" session. weakness in cotton and the I i i t_ w tuvu x. e.j Philadelphia Athletics early in thej !echnical position of the market due is a que.'.lion that has not yet i M (ho of short interests out artificial Illuminaon e about wftat u WM a year icr of the building wilt be wen >nd onions beans and pastures! lighted by c-f the windows and are all orer tnan usual. Ki swore out a warrant charging her [is with assault in the third degree. committed on Ruth, who is years old. Friday afternoon the case came! been answered, but the fact remains. VPStprd.iy Dcing factors in the de- up for trial before Judge Schirick in! that, whoever be may be. he is ol i sdiinc pressure in corn was police court. hi? league calibre. j noavy and lowr values prevailed. I W. H. Grogan appeared for Miss There is a possibility that wheat cloeed 1% to 3U lower. The board of directors of The Bonesteel. while V. B. Van Wagonen i O'Mara. former Kingston Academy, j Con] a; to i cent lower; oats ikyliphU. but with the new electric lighting system In operation each floor is as bright as the street on a sunny day. New flooring has been laid In a Jirjs part ot the building and each floor will be carpeted with heavy carpst ot a color to harmonize with the other surroundings. The work- manship throughout the building Is ol the best, and only caretnlly select- Kingston Cooperative Savings and appeared for Mrs. Johnson. At the close of the evidence Judge Dean Academy and Tufts College star, may oppose "O'Maliey" on the i to material has been used. As a result of the very short !Loan Association, at their senii- in this state and the generally annual meeting held Friday night, j "has! declared the usual five per cent tered to ner one of the most severe! but if the injured latelv been a tendency towards j dividend on all shares. The semi- j lectures heard in police court in some i will do tho box work for the I Schirick found Miss Bonesteel guilty, mound. O'Mara injured a fineer on; land fined her He also adminis-jhis throwing hand a day or two ago' is healed he lower. Cloefnic Prices. Dec., 1.26 May. ter, because they cou'd not be mar- 52% May. Vi 36 VI: V-: May. 42Vif Dec., Dec., several violin solos. Mr. Spalding is a violinist of no mean ability. He is to be the organizer and director of this year's orchestra at K. H. ft. DR. LANDRITH TO SPEAR HERE keted. are now bringing prices that consider HHr of Andrew O'Brien was broucht to It is announced by On Kingston; Christian Endearor Union that the Rev. Ira D. Landrith, D. D. LL. D., i of Nashville. Tenn.. the aatloual ex- tcnsjon jecretary of United So- j ciety of Christian Endeavor, will speak in this city on Thursday. Oc- tober 13. at S p. m.. at tbe union ser- h very is permissible only be- -iail {rom SauKerties Friday after-, a. and thafshe should tween the hours of 3 p. m. and G is held to await the' 1 p. m. play will B a church AI. she was constantiv seeking Johnson "s in The concrete .tone Wed In th.jthe majority Of produce consider to assisi front of the contain, j satisfactory._and the same is m.e5, more the pavinR for donjg P. by the court, was also delivered a lee- i not Jh- liw- limit ex- D- Cbidester of that village on and toured the United Poushkeeprta Cast Stone jmny The plate g3as5 display nnd all other windows h, crop wa? oniy are belns turftlshed by the- fid flocks and GUw Companv. which ducpd ft-cr eziven worknifn the Job. 7 aad the as large as arc re. fc r arc a- seaerml carpenter work ouU4lBC. The plumbingj worts, whleh is practically coaiplet-1 has doae by Roewell CoJes. Jack Cruller superintendent ot tic entire work, tlrt plaits tor wh'oh prcpmfe4 >r Architect Gerard who mrcWtect ot building, in of wn- at JlaMea Korth ____Albany, fey the W. i Confuy la which Frank For- the Clotk Oott- n? is a demand for on could be Monday's narkct. The market today: to 11.50 a basket. to a bMkeL. received for this st The officers and directors of Kingston Cooperatire Savings the and ture by Judge Schirick. RAFFERlfASKS VOTE RECOUNT cc of petit larceny. of- U is alleced that he stoip a Slales with the late Govern- r; a )came should lo field by n p. na. the is mttorncy. S. D. Scuddcr. Jr.. treasurer. F. Tebev. Jr.. for supcrriff.i- to she Fifth ward? At Arthur C. Connelly, secretary nut j first it was reported that Michael J. Sullivan oJ Crane had the nomSnalion by John M. Th'-odore Brink. Raffcny of Syramorc Arthnr C. B. Ercrett. A. K. Hart. P. Scadder. Jr... E. i pires must autoniatirally reuse, re- cardless of playinc ronditions. Kor i IS "f; sw'" or J. Frank Hanlv. as tbe prohibition this :.ro always called of hew with honey, the prop- candidale for vjce president. crty of Frank of the value of nr is ,oxlrja_ thc stale 'under the auspice1' of various vour.ty l Christian Endeavor Union'; and the Xew York state organization. Hs of the students at Ibc hich traveling nation-wide nchoo! lost in vicinity of thc hich 5peakjng on the subject of "World school a small blue purse jhe OpiwrUinities taat a sum ot Money, locker key No. il. cvnfront the Corner IHaatmaiaent and .1 rins; of keys ot which ono it Conference at WMhiagUB.- Tbe front door Finder kindly international slocan i turn Jo hich trhool office or Christian Endeavor ta their I O'RHSJy strwt. The money m the -Wont world's in XCT.- WALKED Ol'T WITH THECASHREGISTER can Jt'-pt as a reward. i i HalmT of York city was. "A by I 132.V Dr. will also speak on i of Society which 35 now fnar..J evry on the i eocmties ih" an'3 day ti-n" aoroTi33tlR ol tJie E. T. F. Jr.. E Van On W. lor A. J Poiatora No. 1. 2 t. f ibtssliel. jwrt out July I5r Jo an oW jwUHjivw M-j i utmmsny JCMJTT.orj fnT tt llf'a flt S-'i'1 'JSI'h Jlfl'l J'O m Ww flpai'b of -fill V- Tfda-.. aihboorh 1 TJISCT City. 4 toil it) j 1! jiarj ji tvt'to'E.   

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