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   Kingston Daily Freeman, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1921, Kingston, New York                               t ailj Jmman. 'FOUNDED IN CITY OF KINGSTON, N. Y., SATURDAY" EVENING, NOVEMBER -0, 1921. PK1CE THKEE CENTS. iwADDfflONTO "uSon i. now used a. qu.r- the operators. One of the ltri r0om. has been fltted up as a for hello-f iris. The rnisbed with artistic wil- with rugs'on the floor the walls, a rictrola room fu also contains a nmber of th.-l.twt record.. addition to the bit plant new ITICA LEAGUE BRANCH REVOLTS Action Against Pooling Dairymen BJ- Trivjrr.iph to The rrwmta. "FATTYTDEFENSE CLOSES MONDAY Mlalwizrd Because It Is Only One Among Points to Achieved. At a meeting of the Utiea branch of the League on Satur- day, November 19, the non-poolers cers of the branch who were not in favor of the pooling plan. They al- so elected a delegate to attend the San Francisco, Nov. de- fense of Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle today turned its guns on the finger print evidence the state to support its charge of manslaugh- ter against the film comedian. to make an investigation of the co- operative association. The Dairymen's League plains that the Utica branch is only; one of some 1.142 branches in the inK die elVhone company will pro- V fo- the growth of the business ensuing six or seven years. Sf. heating plant has been removed I the cell" of the new addition and h battery and equipment will also installed in the addition. m the old building the upper floor towards the front of the building has KMH turned into smaller rooms ,.hich will be used as office rooms for the staff. DWYER'S BARGES WENT ASHORE The Rochester newspapers carry tool accounts, illustrated with pho- tographs, of the four big grain barges tbtt went ashore off the rocks of the Gwesee river in Rochester last Sat- urday night. The barges were beach- ___f---------__ ._ y_______ _ ed by the raging current of the river Dairymen's League Co-Operative on the rocks on either side of Elm-, Association and the number of non- wood avenue bridge in that city after j poolers in the larger organization is STIFF SENTENCES IN LIQUOR JiHltff HaKhrowk Imposes 9200 Flnra In Fourteen Grwne County CMCH fur rrohibitlon Violation. There was an absence of a Thanksgiving spirit among; fourteen residents of Greene county when i .Judge G. D. B. Hasbrouck of this were in the majority and elected offl- j Several experts were summoned. city gol througn with them after They were to testify in brief that had guilty to vlolatlon claim of Dr. E. O. Heinrichs that the Mullan.Gage sTate prohlbition had discovered an impression on the j enforcement jaw their annual meeting of the Dairymen's jhand of RaDPe wtth tnat ofiment by the Greene county grand Arbuckle superimposed over it onjjury on Wednesday. Judge Has- lhe imposed a fine of in DEW1TT NEEDS TWENTY WOMEN Postmaster W C. DeWitt, presi- dent of the High School fa rent- Teacher Association, through whose aid the dinner committee are recruit- ing volunteer workers to serve the bridge celebrallon dinner on Tues- day noon which Governor Miller and other prominent guests will attend, is anxious to twenty more women in addition to those who have already volunteered. Anyone who cnn help in this im- League to be held in Jersey City on December 13, and adopted a resolu- tion calling on the state authorities Francis Hotel, where the fatal party was held, was "ridiculous." each case. While the main barrage today was] of the indictments, charged 'to be directed at this point, the de- manufacture of intoxicating liquor. ex'i- to keep up a support-isome charged illegal possession of .0 lvns-: liquor and some charged transporta- to tnat B- e lin.lor Tn ,hp flr., i terday by Irene Morgan, trained 01 liquor, in tne nrst case League and says fur ther: It is branch out of nurse, and Harry B. the that has taken any action -f against the cooperative association, and therefore the meeting was com- paratively unimportant. Out of 142 delegates who will go to the an- off her clotting in her paroxysms, nual meeting at Jejrsey City, the! The Saturday half-holiday pre- probably be the one'-'udSe Hasbrouck imposed as the al- sweetheart'' of "the "dead" girl, ternative of payment of the fine, im- that on many occasions she suffered! Pnsonment in the Greene county jail great pain f'rom attacks of naont'ls' vand the Defendant decided to take the six months. All subsequent sentences provided an al- ternative of one day in jail for each dollar of the fine unpaid, not exceed- 200 days. In one case sentence trouble and on these occasions tore vented the defense from closing its on y one instruted o work as planned today. However. the interest of the coooemivt Gavin M'Xab announced as he went suspended by Judge Hasbrouck ciation Most of these into court th's morning that barring Jor one year on account of the de- Most of already been elected. There are approximately actual producers of milk in the Dairymen's League. Of this num- ber had signed the Co-Opera- tive-contract on November 21st. Thus it will be seen that the Dairy- League is practically the breaking away from the steam barge Albany at the grade crossing where barge cafcal and the Genesee in a very great minority. When the pooling plan was propoesd it was twice voted upon at great mass river meet in Geneuee Valley Park, i meetings of delegates coming from Two of the four barges are the j every one of the eleven hundred into court th's morning that barring ar on acco the unexpected. the defense WOuld'cndan'8P0or health. rest some time Monday. Whether j ind'9ted liq Arbuckle will take the stand remains Ses4lon- to be announced. While his attor- Two of the men for vio- He had been liquor in his poa- neys give the impression that it has been decided to have him take the stand, it may be regarded as doubt- ful. lation of the. state prohibition law- pleaded not guilty and their cases were sent to the Greene county court for trial. The surprise witness of the tire case was Barker. It revealed a romance of the. early days of Vir- ginia Rappe in Chicago. Barker, who now has a ranch in California and T-he grand jury which found the indictments was one of the busiest that, has sat in Greene county in many years. It dismissed ten cases and found indictments in twenty- a real estate business in Four indictments were sealed. Ind., was then "on the road." He t. indictments for violation of met Virginia Rappe, he said, in-1910 e- Mullan-Gage law followed a ser- name at once to Mr. and report at the armory o'clock Tuesday morning. SIX COXTESTIXG FOR MOOiE DIAMOM> KIXG THK STAXDIXtt Six young women are entered in ARMORY DINNER LET TUESDAY'S NOTABLE EVENT GUESTS SEE FLAG The "Bridge Celebration" lunch- eon Tuesday noon will be the most Decorations for the flondout Crerk Bridge celebration are already notable in the history of KiiiRston in evidence on the street and on pub- lic buildings, business and residences. The committee on dpcorations Al- on account of the attendance of Gov- ernor Miller, Commissioner Sisson, former Commissioner Greene. Secre- tary of State Lvons. Judge Alton B. 'lerman i'eter A. Kullman, chairman, Parker and other prominent men; as l.n well as on account of the importance of the cocasion and in honor of the of the event which the celebrates. luncheon Governor and other prominent which Kingston will entertain on Men and women of Kingston are j _ now securing tickets in large num-l .VORKIXr bers and many tickets are being pur-! WOR chased by out of town people. The luncheon will be set for 650 Siven by the Ladies' Aid plates, the larepr part of which have. Society of Temple Emauuti at St. already been sold. Mary's Hall ou Tuesday and The dinner committee. Herbert evening, December 6 and 7 Carl chairman, calls attention to the l" be of ths biggest affairs uf the one kind ever the diamond ring popularity ,-ontest necessiiy of securing tickets at once __ e to be awarded at the Moose fair Sat- m order to be sure of obtaining seats. B- Kapun ls urday evening, Decembpr 17, at St. j mav be purchased at Mary's school hall. At the present writing the standing of those in the contest is as follows: Votes. Chamber of Commerce rooms the 44S Broadway, and from Herbert Carl. Wall and North Front streets. R. E. Miss Teresa DeCicco, held. Mrs. .ery etforl to make i: a success and the chair- men of I ho various committees are working to make each individual booth the best and most original at the fair. The following are East Kingston Miss Margaret Kilmer, Kingston Miss Katherine Pillsworth. Rondout 1.B33 Miss Annsr'Peterson. Kingston l.lliOi Miss Marie Tiirck. Ross and E. Ewcn. W. Hathaway, Port Mrs. J. Mollott, candies :iud cigars; ___t I.Mrs. B. Bergman, domestic; Mrs. S. juuuj.jLAjkj.jfcfcjukjijui cake and groceries; Mrs, Wil- Rosenth.il, fancy booth; Mrs. Dornbusrh, fish pond. 1 booth that is going to be excep- tionally popular is the refreshment booth presided over by Mrs. H. Kingston Point 600 I Mrs. Harris Kunst of No. fil East ilarb'estoue and Mrs. David Weil Mrs H. E O'Neil is a ronrestant 'Strand has announced the engage-. nfot cake coffee and having agreed to enter the contest of hrr dauKhter. Miss Kalh- will be served. Fridav evening, after much urclnj; Kunst. to Morris Goldman of ;Ia.nclng each even- from her many friends, and there is tins city. The wedding will occur in ancl no ls every reason to believe that she will the near future. prove a strong factor in the contest, j I BAPTIST y PKOI'LK Luther B. Bonestell and Dorothy L. Bush, both of Wittenberg, were married by the Rev. B. M. Denniston Flourishing Sorietirs Wurts Street at the Methodist parsonage in Saug- 'Church. i erties on Thanksgiving Day. unc ui me eleven nunorea--------.O....w n. I Ursula of Rondout and the Eugene communities in league territory- the state contends she was' 01 spectacular raids which were The teachers and officers of the1 u twvix but 13 niH__nnH staged in Greene county durinc the by the women in charge to the fair a success. rnako FARM AM) HOME J. McCarthy. The latter is owned by James A. Dwyer, a son ot James F. Dwyer, of this city, and Is named after his college chum. Both of the barges were loaded with grain, and they were pulled oft the rocks by a tUS" t. A LITTLE GIRL WANTS A HOME Generally there are many applica- tions before the county agent for lit- both these meetings the sentiment but 13 years a warm; II1C a. n a i Hi was unanimous to put the pooling friendship sprang up which lasted and early autumn. plan into operation. The However, just at present sbe has a little girl who needs a home and none in which to put her. The little girl is 9 years old and is of the Dairymen's League Co- Operative Association are also the directors of the Dairymen's League elected by Dairymen's League in his own territory. To qualify, the director must be an actual producer of milk. The Dairymen's League and the and each of them was the members of the League Co-Operative are willing .to stand Dairymen's Association upon the results that have been ob- tained not only dairymen of this section but for other business during the last few months; for when' farmers prosper air other business Prices for dairy products have been higher in this territory than have' been paid for dairy products or any- other kind of it present in a large institution i farm products in almost any other she was put through no fault section in the United States. The result is that the fa'rmers are better able to buy-and all business has profited. During the month Of October the of her own. She needs a good- foster mother, and the agent is sure that 4here is just such a good mother longing to give her a home. HOLY CRO68 XOTE8. Advert Coarse of Meviber Canvmas. The new ecclessiastical year be- gins' with the first Sunday in Advent, which it next Sunday. Holy Barker made Chicago often, and! when he did he "went with VIr-j ginia." When her grandmother liv-l ed, she usually accompanied them to j dinner and to the theater, he said. He described dinners ranging from an Italian restaurant, where Vir- ginia partook of too much red wine, to the LaSalle Hotel, where he met her the last time he saw her in Chi- cago. He declared he had seen her the last two months before her death. At that time he admitted on cross- NAVY GOAT IS TODAY'S FAVORITE Wurts Street Baptist Sunday School Carmelo Modica of the Sawkill held their regular monthly meeting were at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dwightiln marriage on November 20, by the eau McEntee on Orchard street Friday! Rev. Dean John J. Hickey of St. evening. Some changes were made J Mary's Church. in the lessens for the coming quar-i 1'nrrrll.Flicker. ter as a step towards, a thorough! IJUREAfS IX DKhAWAKE CO. Delaware county has louod tne> work of its Farm and Home Bureaus so valuable to the development of farming, dairying, fruit growing and rural home life that the board of supervisors has given (hem increas- u til ted etl The Home Bur- eau has been given an appropria- tion ot the junior project work has received an appropriation of 12.500. and the sum of ?3.6uO has been appropriated for the Farm By Telegraph to The Freeman. New York, Nov. and Navy runug down the curtain on a'25th' wonderful football today. Uncle Sam's colorful J. Farrell of Satrgerties graded system. Migs Olive Flicker of Maiden -It was decided to hold the married on Thanksgiving Day. mas exercises on Sunday. December j Tne ceremony was performed in St. The attendance of the Diary's Church, SauKertles, by tbe Miss Delia Catherine Welln of Ker- more tnan doubled during] Rev. Joseph G. Cushnian. I the last few weeks and great interest Is manifested in all departments, service; The young people's service Sunday Bureau. Tlic IMnware Flows. Delaware county evidently is fertile field or Prohibition enforce- ment oflicers because the board of supervisors of that county has found it necessary to provide a depository for liquor and liquids v v J i.U I I UVJt UHVA klU UlUa examination, "she was looking her teams. rivals since 1890, and watch-J night, at o'clock in the Baptist nonkspn and Oakley of have been impounded for oFd self, always led with a feeling ot personal inter- and full of fun. Barker underwent a grilling cross-examination and will likely be questioned further today. The state may return to the stand also Miss Morgan. She fainted while under examination yesterday, but despite her weakness, held to, her story and sprang a sensation by Intimating detectives for the pros- pooled price to dairymen was j ecution had attempted to prevent est by the entire country, came to to grgips in the lee of Coogan's Church wiU be. of. a jpeclal nature united in matrimony at (evidence and which ara -expected and very attractive. The missionary the St.'James parsonage on Friday, j to be confiscated A special cotnniit- committee has prepared a candle November 25. Only the witnesses tee has been appointed consisting-o-i light service. The cross will be "'ere present at (he ceremony. Dr. j three supervisors to look Into the ..w _ __ LIU on LV JUUal. ill iUtJ oiun at tse Polo grounds in their'ghown in its relation to missionary! T. H. Baragwanath was the offlciat-j matter If providing a temporary twenty-fourth annual game. Navy went into the contest a 2 :o 1 favorite in the betting, but whether or not the middies rated it i endeavor. Special music will rendered, TKK JOITE1TS. ing clergyman. lik-h.U'olvrn. Cyrus G. Rich of Ravena and Miss Nina M. Wolven of Saugerties were I a bode. Cltlcagn Grain Mi By Teleitraph to Freeman. of was a question. Red hot enthusiasm! Sews of to .Members among the supporters of the future; Fraterntil Societies. this was 60 cents per hundred! her testifying. admirals had much to do with mak-i pounds higher than the average re- j Considerable speculation reigned' inB the odds what they were and be no degree work- ceived by dairymen in sixteen today over the action of the statp in! adherents snapped up thou-: Monday evening at producing centers In -the United j subpoenaelng Miss Catherine Fiti-jsands of dollars of navy money. monthly meeting of R-------...... States, or practically all the Others gerald of Los Angeles. It is under-i Snappy, partly cloudy weather 343' A- M- east of the Rocky Mountains. If stood Miss Fitzgerald is the tne order when the middies and Odd Fellows. Rebekahs and At thej this 60 cents per hundred pounds is multiplied by the number of pounds ful ___, _ the recular monthly meeting of Rondout' Lodge. reside Ravena. The Assembly Ounce. A brilliant event was staged married in Trinity Episcopal Church. Chicago, Nov. closed Saujrerlies, by the Rev. Kenneth R. i 1% higher; corn unchanged Buchanan, Thanksgiving Day. The to c. higher; oats untfcanged to is a daughter of Mrs Wolven. Mr. and Mrs. Rich jv ITIlllIAlIL, W UQ J housekeeper in charge of tumbled out of their couches friends arp invited to the Thanks- St. Mary's Hall Friday at buckle's palatial .Ixw Angeles home tnis niorning. The weather man pre-- giving social to held on Monday when the social of milk produced in league Mrs. Arbuckle arrived" increasing cloudiness with, tory it will amount to appromimate- j js believed she was summoned to be i Probably warmer weather and raih night, Novomb'-r 28. at home of Mrs. Denniston. ?.2fi Washinirton the high make the four a course on "Pour Paradoxes ot Our Lord." the paradoxes to be considered this corn- Ing Sunday wilt be particularly time- ly inasmuch as peace is being much! which the dairymen, j USed as a rebuttal witness in the'by Sunday. So the weather lived avenue will be in the Co-Operative Asso-; event Arbuckle takes the stand. to tradition for Army-Navy served and a free will 1_ elation or not. received above that j prosecution is understood to believe are seldom played beneath received by farmers elsewhere for, that she could relate stories of skies. the same amount and quality of parties at Arbuckle's home if she' of weather or any- milk. _ j cared to do so. They, however, have! thing else, a crowd of some 50.000 GERMANY'S DANGER FROM RtSSLA, SAYS VOX THER.HAXX I not stated their purpose i the which Washington, Nov. 26. The declar- ation that Bolshevists are plotting a the appearance of five others from the game was the Los Angeles movie colony. CI.EARW-ATKR NAMED thought of at the present. The texts will be the two sayings of Jesus Christ. "Peace I Leave With You" "I Came not to Send peace." The paradoxes of Jesns have caused FaUwr to Fieht x.: bow theae two extreme today by Baron Edmund voni V. Ciij- Ciarteam; Project. j 5a perfect harmony. At the af- j Thermann, commissioner >8r to The I vespers Father "Torok will I here." I Albany. Nor. "-roiighoat Germany's greatest danger is from J to enjo5n x Y S.nM afternoon forty SSSi constructing and in twenty teams, will -There will be much bloodshed a garbage disposal plant at the' me parish for pMgea for naakcial! Berlin and other large cities this win-' tool of West 52nd street will be In-; during the year Mil. Afterjter" said von Thermann. "The pop- stituted by former Supreme Court, urc-.V 30 a. m. tbe to facing starvation. But there A. T. CJearwater. appointed tlvea ra tlw parlnh ta do dancer of a monarchist coop.' special deputy attorney general (o- doac with 5l-v AHorrssy General CharJes n. a Colonial Kebekah Lod.co. No. 4S. will hold a short regular business Prepared lo crash intot wninu. No- .the Polo Krounds between noon and, vember -8. at pieir'rooms. At o clock a web social will take place to which the public is invited also all Odd Fallows and scheduled to start Something more than 500.000 people wanted to see the armv mu'-' A" of Colonial ar IA fl n -i ffit 11 I ft tangle with the navy goat, and just nine-tenths of them had lo be con- a5kMl to bnnc 5m" will will rill Mt their The pledge will be in at a special service w be Irian tbe at o'clock and papers. The I.e. l.t. c. r.g. r.L r.e. q.b. l.h. r.h. th- be served. web. will Nan TU KKI'KKSK.XT TKIlllV TKM'II AT HIIMK.K ol'KMNO Camcy this morning for Hi'; bridge lion Tuesday of Krawley Tench and Mr. of Terry Kins and who liuiU the Taylor bridiC" from Mayor Conroy Leonard of M. season was opened! with the first assembly dance. The hall was artistically and uniquely dccoratPd. Ropes of laurel tooned from the ceiling were frinced with many colored balloons. The c. lower. Closing l.lf 14 May 1.15% H- 49 C May May Judge Hasbrouck at J Judge G. D. B. HMbrouck of this city will go to Monticello oa side walls -in drapery effect were {Monday where he will preside over .decorated with branches of! the December trial term of the su- hemlock, cround pine and bitter- j preme court for Sullivan county. A orchestra discoursed; grand jury will be In attendance, music from an inland of] The calendar is unusually long and palms in the center of thf halt There were many from both and younner society Richness, beauty, niodishne.es and daintiness tuni'-s of thp sociabil- ity of th'_- affair was by f Mrs. Thus Ihis was most On Thanksgivinic tnorninc. St. Francis Sales Church was the it is expected the term will last sev- eral weeks. Sky In In all parts of the globs except the North Pole there will be when Mars Jupiter. Th" actual conjunction not visible here but an unusual radiance will be Ik the for early risers. of a very pretty when Kim TnK-k ,An automobile truck of Merritt n i T Qt Jb Son. driven hy Fmais Dr J I hihj. Hocklirurkner of Free- was the first }.OM u thedaugh- cross the Rondout Crwt Brids'-. A. ON of Ol4 brttfn M Ihft Syo- of this plant con-, Monday and thrown i JIT TV- a 13   

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