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The Honesdale Citizen.
HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 17, 1908.
r M. SALMON,
emee-Next door to Pott Oflloe.
Formerly occupied by Ilon.W. n. Dimmick.
Uouesdale, Pa.. April, 1008.
Wit, II. IiKR,
rTOHMKY OODH8KIiOB-At.LA W
Office oyer Tott Office.
All legal builnei! promptly attended to.
Uonetdale, Jan. 1, 19W. lyl
T71 O. MUMKOUI),
ATTORN T AMI COUKIILOR-AT-LAW
(Mi-Llbartr Hull bulldlne. onnoslte the
Poet DOlce, Uoneedale. Pa. 39yl
Patent and Petitions secured.
Office in tbe Court Rouse.
Boneidk Pa. 47yl
CIHAULES A. McOAnTT,
J ATIOHNKY a OOL'NHELOB-at-IjAW
Special and prompt attention given to the
olleotlon o( olalmt. Office over Keif's new
tore, S6y 1
pBTEIl II. ILOFF,
VTTORNEY AND COUNSELOO-AT-LAW
Jffloe-Al floor Old Baring! Hank building
Wyl HoNMUiLl. Pi.
JTj P. KIMDIiB.
ATTORNEY ADD COUNSELOB-AT-LA W
Oyer the Poit Office, Uonetdale
Mar , ItM. lyl
ATTORNEY AND OOUN8KMM.AT-I.A
At the office late of Waller k Bearla.
y Ij. HOWIiAND,
Honeidalo. Pa. omce oyer Pott OOiie
Jan. 1, 1884, yl
ATTOKNEY h COUNSELOR AT LAW
Office over Keif's New Store.
Honetdale, Pa. - S4yl
COUNSELOR AT LAW
Office Matonlo building, 2d floor.
Q Ii. WHITNKY.
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Office and Residence 1110 Church street
opposite Hapttst Church. Telephone
O Dice Houre-.!.00 to 4:UU and 7:00 to 6:O0p u
J-U. VT. T. McCONVIM,,
phyhician and surgeon.
Offlco 18 Second ttrcet, formerly occu
pled by J)r. J. J. O'Cannell.
Uonetdale, March 13. Wi.
New Malay Opium Cure
Being; Distributed Free by a Hew
Co-operating with missions In Malay,
sia, tho Windsor Laboratories of New
York havo secured a supply of tho won
derful combretum plant, which has dono
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i the opium habit.
' A generous supply of the new remedy,
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bearing on tho subject will bo Bent to
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of this remedy and the consular reports,
nddrcssWindsor Laboratories, !ranch23,
131 East 25th Street, New York City.
Joseph N. Welch,
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY
IN aVAYNE COUNTY.
Office: 2nd Uoor Masonto Building, oyer
C. (!. Jadwin's dnij! (tore, llonesd&ne.
How Are Your Eves?
With a practical experience of mauy year
I am ablntn make a careful, scientific) exnm
Inntlnn of the eye, which will result In the
application or a giiss that will relievo and
help you. If you feel the need of aid for
your eyes, ueiay is roily,
You are blind to your own interest if you
neglect to take care of your evei. It Isn't
every one who can properly tit you with
glasses, and when jou pet.tbem you ihouM
iiui 11 UK iumv win in. lUHi iinpniiflM vnii pw
a little better. You ML'MT know they are
exactly rifiht. We are headquarters foi
u, urai kouuh 01 ail KII1U8,
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Acldrn.. Tho Citizen, Uoneedale, Pa
After June 1st, 1908,
9:00 A.M. to 12 o'clock noon
7:30 P.M. to 8:30 P. M.
HOHESDALE HATIOHAL BAHK
Kodol will, without doubt, make your
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Ilivc jou nf Hlltlinnjinploiniuf IliiilKe.Uon.
It will do Mils btcausolt Is mado up of the
naluiul (lli-'i'Uv Juices of Ills stomach so
rouiMncil that It complclcly illm-ils the food
just hi tho stomach will do II, so on sct K'o.
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fi. C. HAND, I'resmiDL
VYM. B. HOLMES Vice President,
U. S. SALMON, Cashier,
W. J. WARD. Ass I Cashier
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TOTAti CAriTAIj, $IC)0,OH2
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months on moneys remaining on deposit
lliree ("aitndar months or longer.
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the .nil (fc.u serves the fniifesl
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plate mirror, four drnncrs lncludlnir a
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frame, easy runnlner dmners. I'ull nl7e
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bas splasher tmrk. two cabinets and
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For fire hundred more designs of
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BINCHAMTON, N. Y.
SnEIUFF'HSALK of VALUAHLK HEAL
KMTATR. Uy virtue of procps issiind
out of thu Court of Common IMojw nf Wavno
county, and Htnto of I't'im-yt hiiUi, a to
tin direct I'd and delivered, 1 have levied tin
and will expoiitt to public wile, at the Court
House, Honesdale on
FRIDAY O iroUKU 0, at J p. m.
All of detenfHnt's risht, tltlo and luter- st
In ttiMfolLiffiiii: It-i.Tihii prutHriy. to
All that certain pleo or pre-l of I in t
siluAleiu thH toiviHhtp of Cnui'Ui, Cointy
of Wayne, Hlat ot IVnu-ylMiiii, bounitiJ
and ileerihftd ti- follow:
"BKUINNINU at the MlUord and Oweeo
Turnpike; tlient foutli seventeen tlejiieeji
west about twenty-iu'ven rod nut tweniy
two links; thentM sixtv-four degrees eisl
about nine ro Is and six link ; ttp'iiee not (ti
KHventeen dej;reeii east twenty-four rois to
the turnpike afotesiid; thence wtMt alo ij;
said turnpike about eiirht roiU an I oix links
to tbe ptaee of t)eninnini! C)S TAINI VH
one and one half iieres of Und more or less.
UeitiK same Uu l which Mortlmare Tuthlll
i-onveyt-d to Tiuin.m Sprague by ileed dat
ed recorded in Deed Hook
No. 07, pace 1G5.
Upn sat 1 premises U a one aul a Inlf
story house aud frame bttru aul olbur Im
provements. Seized and taken in exfcutlon as the proii
erly of Truman Spramio at the suit of (i. H,
(lulher. No. W .Iuiih Term 10h, Juilmont
tsW; real debt W.
TEKUS OF HALE, CASH.
Purchaser to pay It. fordeoJ as in Sheriff'
VM. II. UOAOKNIQIIT, SherttT.
BherifT's Othce, Houertdalt.
NOTICK OF INCOU1OUATIO.V,-No-tice
in hereby mveii tbut an application
will be made lo the Oovi rnor of tho Com
roonwealtii nf l,enti!ylvania on Monday.
October 6, IWW. b Ctmrles IJ. DodllUKer, K.
II. Ilardenberli, Martin 11. Alli-n, Henry
Wilson. E. A. I'ennlman nnd W. W. Wool,
under the Act of tbi Assembly of the Com
monwealth of 1 Vim) I v. mm, entitled "An
Act to piotide for the incorporation and re.
pulation of certalu corporations," approved
April TJ. lr", and the supplements thereto,
for the charter of an intended corporation
lo be r Ailed 'The Cillncn PubllsbiiiK Com
pany, of Honewlale, l'a." the character and
obj-ctof which It to puhltitli a newspaper and
conduct a peneral publishing and printing
buine, and for thene puipOHen to have,
ponccfs and eiijoj all the rights, benHUe and
nrlvlleces of the said Act of Assembly and
I0wi A. T, LSKAKLE,
Honcttdale, Ph., Sept. t'JUH. bolu itor.
Tim Card In Effect June 21st, 1908.
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SlfOpl Siln.Ujr AillIM nal IrMim ln.ro Ma).
ntld v ar,l for CArlhin.uiu o ss a ui dally si.a t ;A
p. in. dAUy exci'pt ijuiiJAy
J. 0. Akdih.o. J. E. Wrlsn,
Trsmo llADAirer, IraTclini Afsnt,
It Dtarer tit., Kuw Vurk, ticrauion, Vx
I.I5T US TAKl! CAKIi OP
It "III p.iy you lo call at tlie
GOLDEN'S OPTICAL PARLORS
11. South Main St.,
Ask for Allen'. I 'out Kaso,
A powder for swollen, llrml, hot, smart
InK ftct. Hutniil" sent KKKK, Also Proo
Hmiiplunf th FiniT'Ktsc HAMTAur t'ons.
Pap. a new lineiilion. Addro.8, Allen 8.
Olmtteud, Lcltoy, N, Y,
Saratoga Thinks fie Will
Be Named Today.
LONG CONFERENCE HELD
Le.dsrs Talk Over Nomination For
Hours Without R.tult Efforts lo ln
dues Secretary Root to Enter Field
Against Governor Prov. Futile.
Struggle Expected Over Platform
Planks Indorsing Measures Pushed
by Present State Administration,
Saratoga, N. Y Kept. 15. rictionil
nullon of fiorernor Charles H. Huglien
li the rtcptitillcnu etato convention at
Its pension this afternoon accins the
certain outcome of n bntttu In whu.li
inosl of the light Itii; h.ls hveu ilouu by
No stone lm Iweu loft unturned by
the Iciidcrx who desired and still de
sire to precut the Kmcrunr'H reiiotnl
iiiitinii, aud there is still a cImikc th.it
the 111 llud noun.1 way to acintnplMi
Ills ilefeiil. At times It ii'cmcd as If
the huil le.iihetl Home plan th.it mlKlit
le.hl to sue,'., hut us the ths-UlM hour
upproiu-lics luip.titl.il itierai's mim no
iiieaiis li which tho defeat uf the imi
ei nor can aitually lie :ici'oiuillln-l,
an. I the antl Htitflies leinlcis them-
ves lieu-mi to admit lh.it their eiiuo
i t- . 1 1 1 1 1 1 hopeless. The fact that
no llepiililli'.iu of national pruiuliieiice
I'olll.l lie found to tu!.c the Held amillHt
4IuelllMl' llliulies flllllislles the llilef
IumIs for the belief of Hie Koicruor's
Kiippniters that his renoiiiltiatlon Is
Leaders Held Cenference.
A lomr confeicuce of Hie Hepuhltcnti
ie.nlerM of New Yolk stale was held In
the Lnlted Stall's hotel. Tor Imui-s
the question of H"' ii'tioiniuatlon of the
governor was debated, nnd then the
conference broke up witliout any an
tiounccit reMilt Klihu ltoot. chairman
of the couM'iitl'iu. came out smlllu.'
and silent. William L. Ward, nntlon .1
comtnilleenian from New York, sa' I
in a tune that Indicated tli.ii;riu, "We've
done iiothini: but chew tliirnir."
lmtilnr the conference ttie following
stateineut was sent out by ('halrnuin
Timothy I. Wmwlruff:
"This Is n cuifcienee for Hie eil
lais consideration of the present situ i
Hon. niefliody knows theie is con
sliloralile sentliiieiit both for alo
HL-alii'-t tlie reuomlnatlnu of (iovern
Iluiihes, atul we are coiisltletlni; win'
action should be taken that will prov,
for the best Interests of the Itepule
Heap party. We "ate takltur Into con
deration each and ociy factor which
has etilered into the ease. These fac
tors incluile the position of the In
Mulcted delegates and Hie known atti
tude of President Itooseclt."
Those present In the mectluK Includ
ed Chairman W Iruff, Seenlary of
State Doot, e-i;ocu,ir Odell, Nation
nl ('oniiultteciuan Ward. Speaker
Wiidswotth. Senators White and
It. lines. State Committeemen ltiirnes
llendiliks. Aldiiilife, rasMtt. Piirsoiis,
OTIrlen and Mott. Coni;iessnian Mi 1
by, Secretary llleiison anil Treasurer
Ceori?,' Sinllh of Hie state coiuitilttee.
Postmaster !iieiier of llutTalo, i'
('onstossintin I.lttauer of .Montjronicr
nnd William Itenl of Kluirs.
Hughes' Strength Develops.
Detinlle icports fiotii the county del
orations, sotne of whiih caucused, de
elus'd ileudly tuoiv stivunlh for tlie
I'enoniln.itiou ,if the governor tlian an
of the polls had shown before, l'li;
ures obtained from an nntl-lhiKhes
leader K"M' Himhes but twenty dele
jrates In Klni;s enmity. The caiH-us of
Hint deleuatloii showed thirty-slv votes
for 111 in npilnst William Herri, tbe
"fiiMiilte son" of Klmi, nnd it was
stated on what appeared to bo Kood
aulhoilty thai on the ballot In Hie eou
M'litlon there would be at least lifty
Klaus county votes for the uoveinor's
It Is reiiorted that, while the reuoml
Iintlon of liovciunr Iluphes may be ef
fected on the Hist ballot, a hitler llchl
will come on the other places on the
tli Lot and on the platform.
There wcie Indications that theie
would be a stniKle over the platform
as bitter us that which seems to hae
come lo Its , rlsis over the cuberuato.
ila nomination or even more so.
Ibeie was Utile difficulty In cettlni;
Hii'ouuh u ueuer.il Indoisenieiit of the
administration of (!oernor Hushes,
'1 he trouble was over specific allusions.
hii li as the passive or Hie anlh.iie
tr.uk Kaiubliui; bills, but most par
lb ulaily to the noieinor's rccounnrn
dallon of the on.ii tinent of u direct
iiomliiiiHui: pi iiii.il elei tlona law.
No s He mi'iitioli Is llkel to lie
in of the aulliace tr.uk k.i l i i I 1 1 i i u
li'.'lsl.itlon or illicit prlin.irli's. but
these tiieisnies nic held by the sul
(OUllliltlee on tcsnliitlous to be cov
ered III the poiilon Hint coiumends
(loMinor lluuhes anil the leKislaturc.
Willi 111" rcnomliialloii of HukIics
H'einlutil.v "made almost certain by his
linloi'Miiiieiit by l'resldcut Itoosetcll,
a new Interest was Injected Into the
situation, alieady raised to tho high
est p'lnt of excitement, by tho effort
in. i co Induce Kllhu Hoot, secretary
nf .to. to penult tho use of his name.
TI- came after It was announced al
most definitely that Mr Hoot was by
no inesns lo be mnsMered for the
II Is lepnlted thit Mr Itont told ths
bsnluis thut he could not think nf tak
Imx the uumliiatioii "I tun the senior
llieliilicr III I'lcsiil. HI :..ns,'M'lt H illbl
11,'t," be WHS illloli',1 lis sllll "It 1
should do suili a tliliiL-. either I would
be incused, ami rlshtly, of disloyalty
to the president or he would be ac
oiisisl, with p d icuson, nf luslmciltj
III Ids altitude tiiwanl tho Kovciuor's
The tnoemetit to Induce Mr. Hoot te
consider the nomination came aftct
his nddies's , piesldliirf i.HUer nf the
'1 he tlllll Unfiles le.ub I'S seemell to
hue slaked ilielr all lii the ciTort to
ladiKu Mr Hoot In accept the nouilna.
Hon or Koeiii,,r In Hie stcinl of (iov
eruor Hughes That Mr Hoot was tin
piessed by the strength of the move
incut in bis behalf und by the Impor
tance of his decision as iilTivtliii; the
party leaders, can be stated with tho
inmost cuiitldeucu. Nor did lie consid
er the Uestlon alone. In Its decision
U Is known that he smithl the counsel
of men liliih In the leadership of the
The demonstration which followed
Secretary Hoot's mention of the mime
uf Mr. Tuft lusted not quite two min
utes, ami tho participation wus ton
cm!, the entire coiiwutlim rlslnu to
lulu In tlio cWiIuk. vUU cue of the
bands In tho (tallery played "Tlio Star
RpanKled Banner." The applause stop
ped when the band atopped playing,
but was enthusiastically renewed when
n man In the gallery called for "three
cheers for William n, Tnft" and again
when a New York county delegate pro
posed further cheer for "the next
president ef the United Statet."
Roet at Presiding Officer.
Mr. Root will continue to preside
over the convention. He Is an Ideal
providing officer and evidently held by
the men who make up the contention
In a regard which borders upon affec
tion. UU voice la not particularly
strong and seems even husky, but It
la heard Id every corner ot the hall,
and bis commands nl presiding officer
aro Instantly obeyed. That the con
vention would welcome an opportunity
to make him Its ehalce for governor
was remarked In many Quarters, and
that the anti-Hughes allies had hope
of prevailing upon him to yield to
their Importunities was made plain In
many ways, not lemt when the cheer
ing which followed the close of his
speech was led by State Committee
man William names, Jr., chief of tho
Mr. Itoosevclt's position on the ques
tion of tho rcnorelnation of (lovornnr
Hughes was set forth In an official
statement. The statemont follows:
"The president has been In communi
cation with Secretary Root nnd Con
gressman Cocks In reference to the
governorship situation nud has author
Ins! them to state that, while ho hns
no Intention of dictating, yet to all his
friends w ho have spoken to him on tho
matter he has said In tiie strongest
possible terms that he favored tlio re
nomination, of liovcnmr Hughes."
BRYAN ON THE K0HRS LETTER
Says It Was Expected President
Roosevelt Would Praise Taft.
Baltimore. Kept. liV-WlllUm J. ry
nn Hpoke twice in Mnrylund, tbe first
time at Ammpolls, where be discussed
the Issue uf tbe c;unp)itti, nnd in tbN
city In tbe fifth llcts'lmeut tinimry
lie also Nsued a reply tu President
ItooieveltH letter to (mrud Kohra
con m lend tnir Mr. Taft.
In bis address here Mr. Ilryan de
voted most uf hU time tu a dUctissluti
uf the name lnues tb.it be 1ms pre-tetit-cd
elsewhere, but he added a little lo
cal culorlmt by cpluli.ini; tint In some
of the titles of the east the ltemo.-rat
Ac party was at a dls-tdvnntane. btv
cause It not only lacked the mc.ms of
pcttluu bemocr.iltc polities hefme the
voters, but was subject to mNrcpre
pent nt Ion as to such policies. He
stated with emphasis that there was
notbltitf In tbe Democratic pl.it form
that need alarm any legitimate tult-r
"A few plain, simple sentences from
Mr. Taft will be worth more than tho
euloRy that tbe president pronoun, ed
The president's Indorsement Is of no
value unless tbe president will agree
to stay In Washington nnd see that
Mr. Taft makes sood."
In tbee words William J. Bryan
RUinmed up his opinion of the letter of
President Hoonevelt commending Mr.
Taft. "It was expected, of course."
said Mr. Hryan, "that President Itoos?.
volt would support Mr. Taft."
Mr. Itrynn cxpresHed hlmnelf ni
CToatly pleased with the result of the
Mnlne election, lie said It Indicated
n trend toward the Demorrntle party
extending over the entire country.
PRISCILLIAN WINS HANDICAP.
Conceding Weight to Hit Field, He
Takes Occidental Easily.
New York, Sept. IS. -Prlscllllnn, car
rylm; top weight, 1.M pounds, and con
ocdlnir weluht to his entlio Hi'ld, won
the Occldcntiil handicap, one and nnc
idKhth miles, at CiniM'sond In the fust
lime of 1 .",2. lb- had to lie ridden nut
at the end to win. as Muster Hubert
closed strong. Daiiilcllon was third,
l'rlsclllluii went Into the lead early
mid. making all the pace, won.
Pashlon Plate hi w limine, the I'lnt
1 mils stake made a new track record
for the and a half furlongs, running
the distance In 1 t hi l.,-,. Suiumuiles:
Plrst Hace.- liar None, first; De
Miiml. second: ltcrij Maid, third
Sccouil Hace I'conoiny, tlrst; Stel
l.ilund, sccuel; Haiiirod, Ihlrd.
Third Haie-ra-hlo'i Plate, first;
I.iiwtoti Wlunins, s,-,.,,ii,); Hojul C'ap
tlie. 1 1 It si.
rouitli H.ue.-Pilseililan, lirst; Mas
ter Itnbeit. second; Taiiilelion, Hilnl
I'lrth Hace The Sipilie. tli-st; Lord
St.mboie, s md; Tajlor. Hilrd.
Sixth Ilaie -Wall Plowtr f.rst; De.
teethe, second; r.ffttiidl, Ihlrd.
fie te of Games Played In the Na
na! and the American Leagues.
- NATIONAL LEAGUE
At Now York Now York. 4; flrooklyn.
3 (to InnliiK"). Ilattorlss-Wlllsn und
Ilresnahan; Hurker, Pustortus and Dunn
At riillauVlphla-lJoston, I, I'litludul
ptila, .1. llittterlss chsppalle and Uower
nian; McQulllen and Dooln.
STANDING OP THE CLUBS.
w. I P.O. w. L. P.O.
New York S3 M .641 Cincinnati 4 70 . 474
chlCHfo.. H CI A3) Boston ..M 77 .til
I'lttslmrk- S3 tl .C17 nrooklyn.4l SO .311
I'hlU'ihla71 Si MS St Louis. 44 87 .931
At H.istnnUoston, 2. Nw York, L
ItAtterU-s Mttele and Donuhuo, Luke and
At Hi. I.ouU-St. I-ouls, t; Detroit, t
IlAttertos Powell and smith; Dunovan
At ChlciiKo-ClSTeland. 10; Chicago, 4.
Batteries Joss and llemls; Owrn, Man
uel nnd Bulltvan
At XX'ashtngton Washington. 2; I'hlla
dclphtn. 1 (10 Innings). Ilatt.rles Kts'luy
und Streut. Sulve and Powlts
Second Game Philadelphia. 5. Wastilliff
ton, 0 (1 Innings) Huturttjs Cuombs und
Iuip. Ket ly and Btruvt
Hl'ANDING OP THi: CLUDB.
W L. P C IV I. P C.
II, Irilt 71 M 5T.1 I'lillil'I'lils i.l 7 iXS
I'tilonKO 7f "J fiil Iloslnn . iifl OS 4SS
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tit l."UU TJ t US New York 43 Us 3J
Bank Examiner Exonerated.
Washington, Sept 15.-John II. Oin
nliiKham, the national bank exiimlntr
xvho reienliy closed the Cosmopolitan
lunik of l'lttslairu', was In Waslilnuton
In consultation with Comptroller Mur
ray. A curcful Inquiry has heen in ado
of the puhl shed statement that air
Ciiunlnghuui had heeii Irlukl n tr. and It
Is stilted at the deputtmcut that uo
proof bas lieen found.
Wind Too Strong For Wright.
Washington, ScJ. lfi-On lUe Wrlulit
tested tho motor of his aeroplane, and
when he returned to tho ncronautlca
tcstlni; irrouiids a stroiiK xvlnd xvns
lilowlmf from the northwest. Ho there
fore decided not to take tho aeroplane
out of the shed. While Mr. WrfKht
says te cau fly In a xvlnd, he says he
would have had dltllculty In starting.
Sofia, Kept. 15. J. K. Ouechotf, the
lliilRiirlun diplomatic nirent nt Con
stantinople, has returned hero as a
protest iiKiilust the failure of the Turk
ish foielEn minister to Invito blm to
nn otllcl.il dinner ulvcn to tbe diplo
ELECTION IN MAINE.
Republicans Win, but Plurality Showt
Portland, Me., Sept. 1.", Although
the Hepuhllcatis came off victorious in
the state election, Pert M. Pernalil of
Poland being choen Rowruor over
Obadiah Gardner of Hocklmul, the
Democrats bad the satisfaction of see
ing the normal Hepnhllcan plurality
cut to less than lo.uti votes for the
first time In a presidential year for
more than a quarter of n century.
All four Hcpuhllciiu candidates for
concrrcss were elected, mid for state
auditor Charles P. Hatch of Augusta,
Republican, defeated his opponent.
The result as far as known shows a
Republican loss of 4 per cent mid a
Democratic gain of 32 per cent. On
this bnsis tbe Republican plurality In
the state Is estimated at about S.iss).
Tbo result, which was much closer
than nny of the Republican leaders
bad anticipated, showed not only the
warmth of tbo contest, but tbe popu
larity of Mr. Gardner throughout the
state. In tho cities us well us in the
little rural districts, whore his fame
as the head of the state grange, pa
trons of Industry, proved a groat vote
The Republicans were on the de
fensive throughout the campaign, seek
ing to hold the state by the usual pit),
rallly by answering the various Demo
cratic arguments, which were mainly
for resubmission of the prohibitory
law, taxation of the wild lands and
reform In administrative Method Hut
little was said nf national Issues, al
though the Republicans tlii'imiji out
side speakers sought nt veil Inns points
to bring such sulijis tn to the attention
of the paople.
Tbe vote was the heaviest since
lfviS, running well up to 14ii,in. The
gain, however, was mainly by thn
Democrats, the party xnte increaslin;
more tbun la.ism oer Hint of linn,
while the Republican vnte fell off about
The two patties split even In the
twenty cities, euell c.litllllllg ten. The
voting wns particulaily heaxy In the
rural districts, whore the Democrats
made grcut gains.
NOTE TO POWERS
Germans Raise Objection to
Rerlln, Sept. l.V The rr.inco-isp.in
Ish note to tbe powers cm Hie Memo
can ipiesllon, as published heie, doe
not include the repu.unctit of the e
Itenses Incurred by the occupation nl
Casablanca as one of the enudlllous nf
tho recognition of Mulal Hatld, hut re
servos tho right Immediately after Hie
now sultan has been recognized to de
mand u settlement of the iiiestfons af
fectlug the Interests of the powers, par.
tlcularly the reimbursement of Hie ex
penses of occupation.
This is an important consideration
from the German view point, for the
German government Iiuk already stat
ed that It would resist any endeavor
to put such u burden on -Mni-occo at
tho beginning of Mulal Ilatld's lelgu
as the payment of sin h a vast sum.
which amounts to about iJ'.'ii.isiii.iiik).
Germany's position from tlie begin
ning uf the occupation has been that
tho Trench action was precipitated and
that it was prolonged uuiiecessai lly
unci, furthermore, that Prance, not Mb
rucco, Hhuuld pay the costs.
New York Slate Fair Begins.
Syracuse. N. Y, Sept. I.", The slxt
eighth annual stale fair opened witli
Ideal weather and an attend. nice of
O.nOO people. In the hitler the fair coin-
inissloners were disappointed and ci In
cised the railroads for not giving bet
ter rales The exhibits In every de
partment are menu uumeioiis than ever
before. A loading attraction Is the
new mantif.ictuieis and llborul alts
building. Lieutenant Governor I.. S.
Chaulor, president of Hie fair commis
sion, was on the grounds and express
ed himself as highly pleased with tile
completeness nf the exhibits.
Hearing In the Thaw Case.
Scranton, Pa , Sept. in. Attorney Al
bert I'. Mjera of Pittsburg appeared
before Judge Archhald In the federal
court here to ask for a rule to slnuv
cause why Harry K. Thaw should not
be declared 111 contempt of court for
his failure tu appear In Pittsburg on
Priduy last at the hem lug betore Ref
eree Itlalr In the Thaw hnif.utplcy
proceedings, .ludge Archhald granted
the rule and llxed Monday next to
hear the argument.
Reception For Our Admiral.
Albany. West Australia, Sept. in.
Hear Admiral Speiry, coiuinnnilcr In
chief nf the American battleship licet
now vlslilng this coaling port, and a
number of otlleors caiue ashore. The
admiral was received at thu Jctly by
the premier of Western Australia. X
J. Moore, and the party proceeded to
the Rotunda, the route tu which was
thronged with enthusiastic natives,
who constantly cheeieil the vlsiiors,
8ee Woman Fall From Vlndow,
Chicago. Sept. IS -Mrs. Il.utlet Sle
vens, twenty-four 5 ears old, wife of
Charles II. Stevens, general agent of
the Chicago, poena and St I.oui- i.iil
road. Jumped or loll trom the window
nf her apaitinent and died afb r strik
ing II roof seventy feet below. Ste
vens told tin' police that lie h.nl ipi.ir
ribsl with bis wife P.isenuers 011 a
panlng street car suw hrr full.
Pair; fresh northwest winds.
Live Slock Market,
CATT1.I. Hull'1) Un'1' i" ilkel tnrly:
hoi. 1 . I'to. 1'.. Iilllll'. f"..l.''"' Vial
MuiiS It'icll'l. fnlr. mirk, t dull;
prime heavlis T 3.'..7 I'l; ineitl'llns 17 till
73:,, ii. my XuiU'Ts I7iu7;a. hum v..iu
crs f,. 7i'.e'. '.' plus $i.iti ur,, roughs i.- ,,
t)lli:i:P AND I.AMI1S - SiilipK Imlil.
nutrkit stonily on tainlm and lovvn en
stic-p. prime vvetli, rs. njf.ul.!.'.; culls and
common, S.Xi3; lambs, flaS.sS.
New Yoik, S"pt II
nUTTEn-Stendy nnd In fair ,1'iuui'l;
eilra vcslein creamery, S'to ; d i , mar
by prints, 27c.
UCIGS-l'Irm nnd In good demand; Penn
sylvania und oihir nearby Ursts rue
cases. J4c. nt mark; do., current rec. Ipts,
In returnable cases, 23c. nt mark, vveBi
crn tlrats, free case b. 24c. at mark, elo.,
current receipts, free cases, 23c. ut mirk.
CIinESE-rirm und In fulr demand;
New York full creams, choice, Ual3c,;
do , fair to eood. H'toUc.
LIVE TOULTRY - Dull, but steady;
fowls, !Vil3iic 1 old roosters, faSHc;
spring chickens, Italic.
DRESSED POt'l.TIU'-Bteady and. In
fair el. round; fresh kilted fowls, c holer.
lIHaltc.i do, fslr to good. 12Hal3c: old
roosters, 6He-1 nearby broilers, 17al9o.;
western, ao., ItilJc.
is s u ' , wc-
Unseating of McCarren Men
May Bring War Today.
CONVENTION BEGINS WORK
Opening Session Devoted to Temporary
Organization, the Real Labors of As
semblage Coming Tomorrow Chan
ler and Gerard In Lead For Guberna
torial Nomination Brooklyn Sena
tor's Men Barred Out by State Com
mittee. Rochester, N. Y, Sept. 1.". The Dem
ocratic state convent Ion which met
here tenia' to tiotuluatei a candidate
for governor and the sU other state
olllees will eemllnc itself toilny to tem
porary organization, listening tu tbe
speech nf .ludge' Meirgau J. O'Rrien as
teuiporaiy 1 bali iiiaii and itppeilutltig of
cointullti'es on organization, contested
seats an.l n-solutlons. It will then ad
journ until tomorrow.
The Indications are that the proceed.
Ings of the committee nn ceiiite'sted
seats will be chararterlzeel by turbu
lent preice'i'dlngs as the result of the
ue Hon nf tbe state committee In re
moving from tlie temporary roll the
tinines nf two McCarren delegations
fmtn Kings districts mnl tbe refusal
nf the1 ceiminlttiHi to suli-stltute the
names nf up state delegate's for tlioso
representing factious defeated at the
rccont primal les.
rollovvlng Hie action of the state
committee In casting out the two Mo
C.irreti elele'gatbuis the llrnoklyn dele
gatus, representing eighteen ellstrlct.s,
caueuseel unit decldexl after n moet ex
citing session to Insist upon the Heat
ing nf the entire fifty-four delegates
representing those districts or to walk
out nf the ceuiviMittoii In u body.
Fight May Not Result.
It Is not nt nil certain, however, that
mi nf the" .McCarren ebdegates will lie
thrown nut or that any ilolcuatcs not
e'lltltleel tee tbell se'llts limy In. permit
ted to retain Ihe'in ii.. lb Cb.ulcs K.
CONVIINTION IIAI.I., Itc it'll HSTKR
.Muitdiy .met Mute' Cliaiitiian Couners
itiillc.'iteil as 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 when the assured
.linlge lioii'i'-li., nf tllold.l tliat the
eloiegiites from ills 1 .iiiniy will be scat
eel It Is said Hut II Is Murphy's Inten
tion to lull in with Hie hannoiiy pro
gniiiiiiiii nl Cemneis after llm report of
the ceiiumitte e eai e I eib'iitbils litis been
lece'lve'il mnl thai leeilli be anil Con
nors will Igiinie Me Canon in the con
stitution of the state ticket and tho
adoption nf the platform.
At tbe c oue'litsioti nf extended nnd
.significant cniifcreiices. participated In
by all of tbi' Democratic state leaders,
Hie nebulous conditions surrounding
Hie nomination nf a candidate for gov
ernor tneik definite1 form, and the prob
lem was doe I. iie'il to have' been reduced
to n choice between Lieutenant Gov
I'lnor I.i'wis Stiiyvesant Chnnler, who
was ingest by State- Chairman William
1. Centners, and Justice .tames W, Gt
rard nf New York city, who was an
iioiimeel as the choice of Charles P.
Murphy, leader of Tammany Hall.
The lace seeme-d to have resolved It
self Into a contest betwi'on Hie up
state elelcgatcs, who we're declared to
be stiongly In favor nf Mr. Chanler,
and the Tammany delegates, with
their alliances throughout thu state,
who follow eel the suggestions of Mr.
Gerard's Name a Surprise.
.Tustlce Gerard lias long been promi
nent In Democratic councils In New
Yoik 1 Ity.
.n one participating In the confer
I'liees was willing to say positively
that the race had boon settled In favor
either nf .Iutko Gerard ur of Mr.
Chaiili'r. The name' nf Supreme Court
Jusil, ,, Philip II IMigrn of New York
city was also brought Into the discus
sion of eaiiilieliiti's for llrst place on
the tlekel, and It was Intimated that
l.o was looked upon by Tatiimany Hall
Willi favr si'iniid niily 1n thai of Jus
Hie Gei'.uil himself. The names of
prai Ih ally all other c aiullelates took
cm seiouelai.v Interest. The friends ot
Ceiiigri'ssinaii William Sulzer. however,
lontlnueil his i.iiiillelai y and ilechireil
th.'.v felt sure ur RW voles. A dele
gation nf lis) r.lmlru Dcinocrnts came
nil to urge the iiiMiiluutlun of Colonel
I MX Id C. Robinson of Chviiiiiug for
The' slate platform will Indorse tho
cninllil.il y and policies of William
JcnniiiLs Hr.v an In glow lug terms. Tho
eiitlti' Denver platform will be hearll
l.v iippi-nied. c-pe'e billy the planks as
to labor and Inliinctlons and the guar
nut f bank ele .isis. The administra
tion e,r c; or Hughes will be con-
Italian Uses Pistol and Poison.
Deibv, Conn. Sip'. t-V M'eila tin
laro. 1111 Italian. llU'd I've shots from a
levedvcr nl Mis Tei'slna Presla, n
fellnw countrywoman, tbii'e nf Ibem
taking elTeet Ro1.ii" then tied and IIS
the polloe were about to attest 1 1 1 til 0
Khe.it ti l iter kw allowed two nunii'S
nfeaiboll, in lil living soon aftcrvvard.
The' motive lor Hie Khootlug Is thought
to have- been revenge'. Mrs. Prnda's
condition Is kiiiii in ne v 1'iy serious.
Honors Even In Golf Match,
Gatdeli City, N. Y.. Sept. in.-Ken-iielli
lMwauls nf Ibe Mldlotliliiti Conn
try club. Chicago, ellvleled the beinurs
with Waller .1. Travis of iiatloual mid
I li I .'in a 1 1, ma I fume In the llrst medal
play round nf eighteen holes, which
opened Hie foiiiteentli annual chain
plntishlp t e u 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 -11 1 uf the I'ulted.
States Golf iissoe liitbui nn thu Garden
City links. Iloth went around In TU.
Ball Player a Suicide.
Nashua, N. II., Sept 1,". Charles
Van Zaiult, u ei'iilcr Itchier of Hie Al
liaiiyJt'iiiu of Hie New Vork Stale
tnltle'i1 sulildc at his homo
iiere by aliootlm' T.elf through the
----i- . JUL
The County Fair.
An a general preposition then? Is at
least one ndvantage which tho Amer
ican county fair has over all similar
functions In other lands. It Is held
t a tlmo of year when It is n delight
Id this country to be nllve. For many
reasons the county fair Is perhaps tho
most attractive of our national Insti
tutions. Bo long os It remains true,
ss has been sahl, that the typical
American is either a former, a farm
er's son or a farmer's grandson so
long must the county fair, which Is
our harvest home, remain tho most
significant of our social Institutions.
The county fair brings about the
chlof annual reunion of tho whole body
of people In n district, giving busy
neighbors a chance to brush up In ac
quaintance nnd compare notes on prog
ress and also on problems. There are
numerous side features, such as tho
flirting and tlio courting of tho young
folks, tho shows from town and tho
candidates looking for votes tho while
they talk shop to tho farmer. How
ever, thl ail belongs to life, es It
averages and mokes everybody feel
kin to everybody else. A fair wholly
devoted to the scientific sldo of agri
culture would be nnothcr hint to the
boys to leave tho farm or die of the
blues. For another thing, the county
fair places honest nature on exhibi
tion and puts up a show that Is really
entertaining In spite nf Its plain, mut
ter of fact character. In those days of
shnm nnd pretenso and overdone sen
sationalism the genuine thing Is n nov
elty, and that nionc makes It Interest
ing. Long may the ts'st traditions of
tho American county fair survive as
an uplifting force for the whole commonwealth!
Opening New Coal Illn.
American enterprise Is now at work
upon rullnsuls to run Into n section of
British Columbia where a now coal
bin has been discovered, comprising
an area of 80,000 square miles. A
Canadian geological expert says that
22,OeTO,000,000 tons of fuel will be avail
able by the time tbe roads aro ready
to transport It.
Alberta Is the center of this now coal
lielt, which lies not far from tho Unit
ed States boundary In the cxtrcmo
northwest People In this country can
now burn all tho coal they can pay
for without shivering at tho thought
that a few more winters will exhaust
our national bin, which, after nil, has
done very well In keeping Jack Frojt
"moving on" during the last half cen
tury. Then to think that tho 22,0(X),
OcXt.000 tons "Immediately available"
over there ore barely worth mention
ing In comparison with what remains
to bo brought to tho BurfaccI
Recently the cables told of a visit by
the king nnd queen of Spain to the cx
Empress Eugenic of France la her re
tirement In Kent, England. This
Spanish tody, who as tho consort of
Napoleon III. rat the fashions In dress I
for the women of the wholo civilized
world nnd the memory of whoso cx
qulslto taste and fancy Btlll lingers In
the French capital, Is nosv eighty-two
years old, but In good health, alert of
mind and the prldo of her small neigh
borhood. In a land where tho vast mapoiity of
people live by the work of their lunds
tho celebrants of public holidays aro
ueeeuBurlly working men and working
women. Consciously or unconsciously
two of our most widely observed holi
days signify man's adaptation to na
ture. Memorial day Inaugurates the
summer outing season, and Labor day
marks Its close.
The Japs ore as angry over tho post
ponement of tho world's fair and the
prospective inflow of foreign money as
they would hove Iieen over putting up
taxes to finance tho scheme, so In call
ing It off the mikado landed "between
tho devil and tho deep sea."
According to tho London Mull, both
labor and capital nro Idle In England
to nn extent which may well cause
alarm. The most noticeable slump Is In
tho shipbuilding trade, traceable, It Is
sold, to "tho abnormal cost of produc
tion nnd the shrinkage In freights."
Tho transition to Jean do Rockefel
ler as the name of the oil king Is very
simple and manifestly proper In view
uf recently discovered noblo lineage of
tho American Rockefeller clan.
Tbe true polllicil spellbinder can
stand nlinoit an thing from his audi
t'lice, but Is more or less Jarred when
tho morning pipers merely mention
that ho "also fpoke."
Wo never hear of the votca of dead
men figuring on thu sldo of tho dead
candidate. They are uIvvii.vh charged
up against the fellow who wins.
The man who recently started a yel
low fever alarm "as n Joko" ought to
dream nf fire olid crush himself to
death In his own panic
The fame nf the aeronaut and aviator
Is short lived this car, for a new
world's reeeiiel Is often nnnoiinccd Is)
fore the real slgnllicance of tho for
mer one Is properly sized up.
That Itoiubeiii duke who Is to tour
this country will bo likely to feel "llko
a cat In a strange garret" when ho
strikes the ever widening prohibition
When city policemen get to ahootlng
stray dogs by tho wholesale, "Innocent
bystanders" 6a well to stand on the
BOfo slds of "nine good armor belt.
J. P. Morgan came home after a rest
and recreation trip abroad declaring
that he knew absolutely nothing about
business, but he promptly pulled off
his coat and ret the wheels In motion
llko nil old hand.
Ilolley's comet Is expected after nn
absence of seventy-two years, and It
will surely blink when Inspecting th
chauges around Uucla Gam's farm
since Its last call,
That "ofllco loy" elgbty-nino years
old will hardly have thu gall to plead
"grandmother's funeral" aa an excuss
,when tw nU lo to to a ball gam.
Mrs. Astor Criticises Circus
BEST WOMEN UNKNOWN.
They Do Not Get Their Name. Into tha
Newspaper!, Declares Aged Matron.
Says Legislator! Dai. Titles to Pub
Ho Favor on Uncouth Mannera and
Lack of Refinement "Younger 8et"
All Right, She Asiertt.
New York, Sept 13. "I hone mr In.
fluenco will be felt In ono thing, and
that Is In discountenancing the undig
nified methods employed by some New
York women to attract a following-.
They have given entertainments that
oeiongeu under a circus tent rather
than In n gentlewoman's house.'
Midi Is perhaps tho moat strlklna- ut
terance In an Interview with Mrs. Wil
liam Astor, who was for years the
leader of Now York society, tho pat
cm of elegance nnd of refinement In
the social world In America.
Tlio Interview with Mrs. Astor U
published In the .fiillneator. Mrs. As
tor In continuing her reference to tbe
undignified methoels of certain women
Is cpioted as follows:
Their sola object h notoriety, a
thing that uo lady over seeks, but
rather shrinks from. Women of this
stamp nro few In Now York; but, alas,
they nro so appallingly active! They
have done untold harm to the good
name of American society In tbe
minds of foreigners.
Rssl Society Leaders Unknown.
"The host women In New York so
ciety, those of the greatest Influence
and those who give It Its true tone.
are almost unknown outside ot their
'It Is perhaps true that our young
people frequently go Into excess In
amusement, but they are not degen
erate, and they are not vicious.
hen our girls marry tber rear
large families of children. They are
In lore with their husbands and de
voted to their Interests.
"Many of our senators and congress
men seem to base their title to public
favor upon their uncouth manners and
luck of refinement, upon the fact that
they hare discarded socks or once wore
Although I hare been In Europe a
great dcnl, I have always returned to
my country with renewed Interest In
It. I believe In a republic, and I be
lieve In n republic In which money has
a good deal to say, as In ours."
TAFT REPLIES TO BRYAN.
Says H la Willing to Run Far Offloa'
on Hie Own Reoord.
Cincinnati, Bept. 15. William H.
Taft read Mr. rtryiu's comment on
President Roosevelt's letter to Conrad
ICohrs of Montana. He prepared Im
mediately n reply to Mr. Bryan, In
which he said:
I stand on my record in office and
on what I have sntd. Mr. Bryan should
devote a little time to his own record.
from which he seems to be struggling
to separate himself with all the adroit
ness acquired In a twelve years' hunt
for an Issue on which he can be elect
ed president." s
Mr. Taft, who Is Bfty-one years old
todny, will celebrate the dsy by ad
dressing 1,(100 citizens of Greenfield,
Ind., In the afternoon and attending
the conforcnto of the African Meth
odist Episcopal church of Ohio In the
Ten days of traveling, with almost
constant speaking, have been planned
for William II. Taft, the Republican
candidate for president The trip will
be made on a Bpeclal train starting
from some Illinois point, probably Chi
cago, about Sept. 25. The tour will ex-
tend as far north as Minneapolis ana
Forgo, N. D.; as far 'south as several
points In Kansas and west to Denver.
LETS DOG BITE HIM
TO SAVE OTHERS.
Boy of Twelve Proves Himself
New York, Sept. lti.-Arthur Blank,
twelve years old, of Glondale, Queens
borough, wus on his way to school
with other boys nnd girls whsn n sav
age dog threw the little party Into a
Arthur selsted the animal by the hind
legs anil, notwithstanding It bit him
severely on both of his legs, held It
until the lot of the boys nud girl
hud escape-el to places of safety. Then
lie threw tho dog out Into the street
nnd ran Into n hallway and closed the
A policeman shot the clop, and the
brave boy who had rl-ke ! himself to
save others was taken la i'. i'"iinan
hospital at sh'ii iulo o.c . : i i n-.l.
Platters on-) Cu'.o.
Although court plaster Is tit-.-fi.l hi
protecting small scratches nr abrasions
of thu skin from burin. It ihniild not bo
used over any loiisic'.ciable cut or
wound In process, of healing. These)
will heal iniii.il faster If simply cov
ered with u bit nf soft linen held la
place nt the ends vvith strips of sur
Considered by Connecticut Democrats.
New Haven, Cnnn., Sept. 15. No
Democrats of prominence who will
have anything to Uo with the modeling
of the stute ticket und pisiform at the
state convention In Hartford, which
will begin tonight, come forward with
a prediction to tlie shite. It looks as If
Judge A. Heateui Robertson of this
city, n director of the New York, New
Hnvcn nnd Hartford Itullroad compa
ny, will lie named fur governor, and
Joseph P. Tnttle of Hartford, an at
torney, will be given second place.
Railroad Men and Capitalists Join.
Chicago, Sept. 15. Prominent rail
way olticiuls and representatives of la
bor organizations whose members are
employed on rallwaya organized the
American Railroad Employees and In
vestors' association. Among the pur
poses of the organization or the en
couraiemeut "by every proper method
of cordial and friendly feellnii on the
part of the public toward Americas
(aUrggda and their btjUiy."