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THfc CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1912.
AN All II 111!
The Causes, Information as
to the Armies and Their
CAUSES OF OUTBREAK.
Autonomy. The Independent Balkan
nte.i bordorlnc: on Macedonia dutnand
ULUilUIUJ 1U1 LilUk LUU 1V1 Ulll-
w TiirkUli nrnrlnroB In 1S78 hv ar-
nl on nf trMtv nf Unrllli. hilt
if ' 1 11 ric y iiuvr nwrnr nimnoti iuls uu
Balkan Lcaoub. rtuljarla, Servla,
nntpnnirm olid i.rfifvo nave Hlicccoa-
..II ... n KnnadAlil
nil r.Mirui lruiu uimruwiuuii auu uuim;
MASSAcnr.f. Hocont Instances of ox
n n aiiHfitti i.TViTnti tn 1m t)t Inst
Auo. ICotchana masaacro of ISC
Aua. 13. Beraua massacre In Alb-
ertecutlon of Armenian by troops of
nnn orrnn r.i.Ki aim irmen v ine
ay telegrams brine word of murders,
nder the eyes of tho authorities."
Tvnrisn Situation. Seeing Turkoy
CUQUVU ruilkli til l UJ IKUUlu Ul Will
oung UTirii party to control uie iuua-
nn nnti iirfiinpn nnenriniiT nv morn
mn rnnat nniinrtnnn fnr till Initiation
ulKnrla .WOK) In Uurope .... 000,000
100.000 In Asia 100,000
20,000 Total 7CO.OO0
The Bci.oaiua.v AnMT has a most
xnerts for sunerlor organization, ar-
iniTinrir unii Kinrir.
TnE Roumanian Atimt, which ranks
. 1 . ,. . 1 l.llt.lnn - , Trt.,
in u nriiimip in inn simrririn is iiol vol
The MojrrrftEom.s Anitr, which Is
roll r.nnallorm1 nlmncf InvlnHhln
Ince the Montenegrins havo succood
d In maintaining1 their country's lndc-
fAnronnrtn to lfiln y mllltnT'
. M 1.1- - I V. . . I. I . 1. I . -
I .1 - . . .1 ..
FEnDiNAjrn, king of Bulgaria, most
it i m MiriiLLiM. iiiiv-diif? . iiai is mil. 1 1 1
. . l . . , . . ,1 .. 1 ,1 . f
h( KniA-Cihiir? famllr: has ruled
npa 1 1 1 1
Georoe I., king of Greece, sixty-
Nicholas I., king of Montenegro,
frventT-ono years old: proclaimed
iriiiuH in inn i lii rulcltu mn unciu: un
i I i irf .... . 1.1 nn
Peter I,, king of Servla, sixty-eight
U Will I1U.VVUI.4 fcW LUkWUb 4
he murder of King Alexander In 1003.
Esbeo Pasha, in command at Scu-
Giiazi Mukiitab PAsnA, grand vi-
Kiauil Pasha, "the grand old man"
inn now nresHieni lurKisn council.
Mahmud Mukiitab Pasha, son of
ftp irrnnn v zipr. iniTm'tnr armv com.
Sultan Mohammed V., sixty-eight
iiiii ni Aiiiini mm l in iiKr.f.
CALENDAR OF THE WAR.
Oct 1. Mobilization of Balkan and
Oct 2. Turkey detains fifty-two
r . ..i.i..,.
Oct 6.-First official report of fight-
Ins: on border of Montenegro. Monte-
ucgriu iruupb uvscu iniu liter imu
sanjak of Novl Bazar. Turks repulsed
nun iuj k m.
Oct, C Turkey offers promises of ro-
Oct 8. Montenegro doclares war, at
tacking Beranl In Novl Bazar.
Oct. I). King Ferdinand nnd Crown
frlnfn Tlnnlln lpnil nttnpk on Podoen-
rltza. After 000 Turks and 400 Montfr
negrlns had been killed the Turks sur
rendered, Oct, 15.- Tho Montenegrin nriny
presses on Scutari ufter u week of suc
cessive victories in capturing Turkish
Italy and Turkey sign preliminary
terms of peace.
Oct. 17. Turkey declares war on Bui-
Tho Most Important Places
and the Happenings to
garla nnd SerTln. Scrrla and Greece
declare war on Turkey.
Oct. 10. Balkan allies press on
Greek under prearranged plan. Monte
negrin continue udvanco on Scutari.
Bulgarian capture Mustafa Pasha,
which commands the approach to Turk
leb hoadquarter in Adrlanople. Qrecks
capture Elnsien. Servians push toward
UHkun. Turks ara re-enforced by 10,
Oct. 20.- The bombardment of Ad
THEATER OF THE WAR.
AxnAtA. District in west of Euro
pean Turkuy, with population of ovor
1,00J.XM, largely Christian. This n
one of tho provinces for which auton
omy U demunded from Turkoy.
lkjtMlA ANll USli7.EQOVl.NA. TWO
states, with noarly 1!,000,000 Inhabit
ants, which belonged to Turkey until
1JK8, -whan finally taken over by Aus
tria. Those two statoe had been gov
erned by Austria since the treaty of
Berlin in 1S78.
Bi'loama. Prosperous Balkan state
with a population of 4,000,000, lying
north of Turkey and east of Its ally,
Serria. Bulgaria has a considerable
coast on the Black sea.
Greece. It has an area of 21,000
hqusro miles and a population of 2,000,
000 and Is the only Balkan stato pos
sceslng a navy.
Macxdoma. The central of tho throe
provinces Is bounded on the north by
tho frontiers of the Balkan states of
Bulgaria and Servla. Its population
numbers over 2,000,000, of whom over
half arc Christian. Demand for auton
omy In Macedonia has been chief canec
Monteneqho. Its territory consti
tutes n rocky stronghold about the size
of Connecticut, with a tiny strip of sea
coast on the Adriatic sandwiched In
between Albania and Austria-Hungary's
recently acquired province of
Bosnia. Montenegro's population is
IlouMA.viA. It lies to tho northeast
of the other Balkan states, one arm
reaching up between Russia and Austria-Hungary.
Roumanla has 6,000,000
persons scattered over 5,800 square
miles. So far It has romalned neutral,
although Its army bns already been
Sehvia. Lying between Bulgaria and
Montenegro. Servla Is the only Balkan
state with no seacoast. Its area Is
about 18,700 square miles and ita popu
lation 2,500,000. It is considered less
progressive than tho other states.
Tuekey. It stretches from the prov-
Ince of Albania on the Adriatic sea !
acrons Mactlloula and Thrace down
Into Asia. Its population, Including
-Egypt and other regions nominally un
der the sultan's suzerainty, Is nearly
80,500,000. The Turkish provinces alone
number 20,000,000 Inhabitants.
CITIES, TOWNS, FORTRESSES.
ADRiANorLE. Commandlnc the an-1
nroach to ConRtantinonle beonnsn nf its
im.Hnn tn n m...,.i ... it i. n
7 " . I i
V 1 .V 7 , B u . u rtB" ! Stevenson, Mesdaraes Hulda Beards
ont the Turks make It their headquar- iee Helen Cook, Seymour Seely, Ella
ters. omce mo declaration or war tne
allies have made Adrlanople the targot
of their concentrated efforts. The pop- j
ulatlon of tho city is ordinarily 83,000. 1
Cktihje. Tho canital of Montniie-
gro, with 4,500 inhabitants.
Elassen. A town In Albania, cap
tured by the Greoku after bloody fight
ing. Kimc Kilisi. On coast of Thrace
twenty-two miles from Adrlanpole and
I reported captured by Bulgarians,
j Lemnos. Turkish Island In Grecian
j archipelago, blockaded by Greek fleet
' and now reported as occupied by
j Naukxlm. Last of the Turkish fron
tier towns on Lake Scutari, captured
by Montenegrins in advance on Scu-
PoDOoarxEA. Headquarters of the
Montenegrin army. King Ferdinand
and bin three sons Joined the army
hero aud formally opened the cam
paign In a victorious attack on tho
Turks, who were forced to retire from
the neighboring heights
ScuTJint. Albanian town with Turk-
lsh garrison lying on the plain south
of Lake Scutari. It la the principal ob
ject of the Montenegrin attack.
Ubkub. Strategic center for Turks In
Macedonia threatened by the Servian
army under King Peter. It Is tho end
of an important railway line from Sa
lonika on the Aegean sea.
FIREMEN WASH WHITE HOUSE.
Ho Money For Painting It, So the De
partment Is Called On.
Tho Whlta House had a washing re
cently for the first time since Cleveland
As congress made no appropriation
for pulnlng thu executive mansion this
year, the District Ore department wns
called upon to put the building In shape
for the return of the president and
Mrs. Tnft. A detachment with un en
gino spent & day on the Job.
(Special to Tb Cltlztn.)
Mr. and Mrs. IP. V. Ellison and
son nro visiting tlio former's broth
er, Charles Ellison of Port Jervls,
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Orr, of Cal
kins, spent Sunday with friends nt
V. A. Jenkins of Honoadalo, was a
business caller nt Tylor Hill on Wed
nesday. Mary Promcr of Damascus spent
Saturday evening with Besslo and
Mabel Hartman, of Honesdalo, was
a caller at Tyler Hill last week.
Orvlllo Welsh left for Honesdalo
today where ho has a position with
tho Scranton Trlbune-Uopubllcan.
Wo wish him success In his new
H. B. Lord's new houso Is now
completed nnd Is one of tho finest
homes In this vicinity.
(Special to Th Citizen 1
Mllanvtlle, Oct. 31.
Mr. and Mrs. Williams of Carbon
dale, recently visited Mrs. Helen
Mrs. John Sherwood returned
home Saturday from a three weeks'
stay with Syracuse and Lestorshire
Edmund Orr and family are bet-
tied in their new house.
Orvlllo Kays motored to Honesdale
Monday. Mrs. A. Nichols and Miss
Elizabeth Soberer accompanied Mr.
Kays. The party returned homo In
the afternoon with Mrs. M. H. Con
nor who has been for some tlmo In
Honesdale. receiving treatment for
, Several from hero expect to at
tend the Union Sunday school social
hold at Riverside school house on
Miss Gertrude Calkins has a new
piano. Miss Gertrude has a decided
musical talent and Is always willing
to play for other's pleasure.
Tho friends of Mrs. Ella Rlelly
Snyder will regret to hear she re
cently suffered a s'troko of paraly
sis. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Page and
sons, Percy and Howard, recently
visited in New York city.
Wm. Skinner left here on Friday
last with a raft for Bordentown. N.
J. This will undoubtedly be the last
raft to run down the Delaware.
Homer Phillips, of Binghamton, Is
visiting his sister, Mrs. Jennie
A. Balrd Is putting a roof on the
r.!rcUl to The CUIien.)
Sherman, Oct. 31.
R. W. Raymond made a hasty trip
to Honesdale on Monday.
George Arneke has moved to De
posit. Rev. S. E. Carr preached a pow
erful sermon In the Presbyterian
church last Sunday evening.
Mrs. Horace Welch, of Honesdale,
who has been visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Smith for the
past two weeks, has returned to her
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Smith are go
ing to move to Deposit in tho near
There will be a supper at tho hall
on Tuesday evening for the benefit of
L. Conrow who has been very sick.
Rev. S. F. Wright has returned
homo after visiting friends In Mon
roe for a few weeks.
Ray Arneke and Ethel Post of
Deposit, were married In Bingham
ton about two weeks ago. Congrat
Several from this placo attended
the Masonic banquet In Deposit last
A number of the members of Bar
bara Frletchie Council, D. of A., gave
a surprise party to Mrs. Curtis Wild
at her home, October 22, in honor
of her 54th birthday. Those present
enjoyed a most pleasant time. A
Ano lunch was served. The follow-
lnS were In attendance: Mr. and Mrs
Erastus Seely, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Hittinger, E. F. Gilpin and Minnie
Hale; Misses Nina Kimble, Emma
Collum, Eva Kahlels, Eunice Row,
Hazel Eck, Emily Bream, Electa and
"llt"? "C"B- ' ..lJ
gar Shelp and Wilbur Wild.
Mrs. Elmer Beardsleo has returned
home from a visit with Rev. and Mrs.
John P. Crane at New Milford. She
also visited her brother, William A.
Ayers, and other relatives at Falls
and Bald Mount.
COAL OUTPUT DOUBLES.
Every 10 Years Production Equals
Total of All Con I Previously
An interesting If not startling fact
In connection with tho production of
coal in the United States, according
to the United State Geological Sur
vey, Is that In each successlvo decado
tho output Is practically doubled. If
tho production of bitumluouB coal
alono wero considered, tho record for
tho last 50 years would show an In
crease somewhat In excess of this
ratio. Tho increaso In tho produc
tion of anthracite has been much less
( pld on account of tho limited area
oi tne ueius, mo conditions unuor
wmcn tho industry is carried on,
and tho restriction of tho prepared
ai&va iu uuiuubuu cuuHuuipuou. ill
has been estimated that tho output of
anthracite will reach 100,000,000
long tons annually beforo It begins to
decline. Tho maximum production
up to tho present time has been 80,
771,488 long tons. An increaso In
the annual production of bituminous
coal may bo anticipated for somo
tlmo to come.
Tho statistics of coal production
in tho past show that up to tho closo
of 18G5 tho total output had amount
ed to 284,800,055 short tons. In tho
decado from 18CC to 1875, Inclusive,
the production amounted to 410,425,
104 tons, making the total produc
tion up to tho closo of 1875, 704,
315,159 tons. In the following de
cade, from 187C to 1885, Inclusive,
tho output nmountod to 847,700,319
tons, somowhat moro than doublo tho
total production during tho preceding
decade. At the close of 1885 the to
tal production amounted to 1,552,-
075,478 tons, and tho production
during tho 10 yoars ended In 1895
was 1, 58G.098, 041 tons, tho total
production at tho closo of
amounting to 3,138,174,119 short
tons, In tho decado ended Decem
ber 31, 1905, tho total production
amounted to 2,832,402,740 short
tons, and tho grand total from tho
boglnnlng of recorded coal mining In
tho United States amounted to 5,
970.57G.8G5 short tons. Tho avor
ngo annual production from 189C to
1905 wns 283,240,275 short tons;
the averago production from 1900 to
1911, Inclusive, was 4G1,49U,2G0
?1!orLt0U9V sll,0WlnS an increaso ot
1T0 orri nor i. i i n
short tons, or 03 per
MAl'LEWOOl) MAN IS
RAISING SKUNK COLONY.
A. J. Black, of Maplowood, has
gone Into tho skunk industry. Somo
tlmo last Spring Mr. Black captured
a skunk with a brood of thrco llttlo
ones and decided to see what ho
could do raising them. Ho has been
successful and tho young ones are
thriving and next year Mr. Black ex
pects to raise a number of tho fur
bearing animals, as tho returns
from the skins Is considerable.
EUXKST MILLER PLED GUILTY.
Fined nnd Sent to County Jail for
Threo Months Neighbors Would
Not Testify Against Him.
After tho Hubbard-Dolphln homi
cide case was disposed of the case of
the Commonwealth against Ernest
Miller was called. A consultation
between the defendant and his at
torneys and tho court and prosecu
tion resulted in the defendant plead
ing guilty to the charge of selling
liquor on Sunday. Ho was indicted,
however, on two counts, tho other
being for selling liquor without a
license. A jury was called and dis
posed of the case without leaving
their seats. Tho court Instructed
thorn to find a verdict of not guilty.
In Imposing sentence, tho Court said
that Inasmuch as tho defendant had
pleaded guilty to one charge and had
baved tho county considerable ex
pense that It would be lenient with
him on condition that Miller would
stop tho sale of liquor on Sunday
hereafter. A lino of $50 and the
costs, and a term of 30 days in tho
county jail, beginning October 28
was Imposed on Miller. The jury In
this case was composed of the fol
lowing: Frank Brunner, Texas; J.
1C. Bunnell, Texas; William Seegar,
Paupack; P. M. Conolguo, Mt.
Pleasant; Isaac Canfleld, Damascus;
Charles Sandercock, Honesdale; C.
Buckland, Clinton; G. D. Crammer,
Clinton; John Erk, Honesdale; Isaac
Lord, Manchester; Henry Baker, So.
Canaan; E. P. Jones, Lake. Searlo
& Salmon and Charles A. McCarty
were attorneys for defendant.
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