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THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1912.
FOR SALE DESIRABLE DWELL
liig houso and lot on East Street
Extension; all Improvements. Bar
gain. J. B. Robinson, Agent, Jad
wln Building. GSoltf
FOR SALE OR RENT A GOOD
farm mllo from Erlo Railroad
and Milk station at Mtlanvlllc. Ap
ply to "Buyuahom" Realty Co.,
Honcsdalo. Pa.. Box 524. 73tf
GEORGE EHERT'S FAMOUS BOT
tled beer at Lorls' Silver Cafo.
WANTED 50 GIRLS TO LEARN
glass cutting. Wages ' JC per
week to start. Krantz-Smlth & Co.
WANTED GIRLS IN WASHROOM.
T B. Clark & Co. 85eltf.
LET THE LACKAWANNA DO
your laundry. Thomas F. Bracy,
Honesdale, agent. Lock for our
wagon with tho sign "Lackawanna
Laundry Co." 57tf
GIRLS WANTED AT THE HONES
dalo Footwear Co. SGeil
Born to Mr, and Mrs. Fred
Wcldncr on Cliff street, on Wednes
day, a son.
There Is a report being circu
lated around Honcsdalo that tho
Democrats of Wayne county would
cclebrato their Wilson-Marshall vic
tory some tlmo soon by a big rally
and parade. '
Harry Madden's B. I. A. basket
ball team of Scranton, well known
hero last year, will play tho Maple
City Flvo at tho Rink next Wednes
day evening (Institute) Week) and
one of the best games of the season
Miss Teresa Barberl entertain
ed fifteen of her young frlonds at
her home on 'Main street Tuesday
evening on tho event of her fifteenth
birthday. A delightful evening was
spent after which delicious refresh
ments were served.
Ono of tho biggest bears killed
In the neighborhood of Bloomsburg
this season was brought down Tues
day by Emnion Mautsoller and Clar
enco Stout. Bruin was discovered
on tho north mountain near there.
There were three other bears close
by. All four made for tho brush up
on seeing the hunters, but ono was
headed off and shot. It weighs
about three hundred pounds.
Next week tho teachers
Wayne county will 'bo with us.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Weidner, of Cliff street, on
The trustees of the Presbyterian
church have elected 1. J. Many as
sexton Instead of Peter R. Collum
who has resigned.
The following unclaimed letters
remain uncalled for at tho postof
fice Mrs. Kathryn Bucklln, Mrs.
Alice Corin, N. .1. Fields.
James Golden, aged forty years,
died at his late homo in Hawley on
Tuesday. November 5. The funeral
will take place Friday morning at
9:30 in Hawley.
The Helpers will servo vege
table soup at the home of Mrs. Geo.
Ross. Friday forenoon, November S.
Fifteen cents per quart, two quarts 1
- On the sixth page of to-day's
Citizen appears the opening chapter
of H's Ri?e to Power," by Henry
Russell Mi'ler, our new serial story.
Be sure and read it.
- Tho Misses Sharpsteen have
awarded E. D. Pearce, of Carbon
dale the contract to erect an eight
room house for them on West Park
street Operations will begin at
Officials of the Erlo Railroad
say that there is doubt whether con
sumers will get any benefit through
tho Interstate Commerce Commis
sion's order reducing freight rates
on anthracite from the Pennsylvania
mines to tidewater.
- The Roosevelt headquarters
were in deep mourning Wednes4ay
morning, yards upon yards of black
crepe paper being entwined around
tho hitching post in front of tho
headquarters. The mourning was
evidently placed there by a deep
Virginia, the 5-year-old daugh
ter of Mr and Mrs. John Carroll of
Mrs. James Lindsay, Jr., spent
Monday with relatives at Keene.
Burgess C. A. McCarty was a
recent business caller in Hancock,
Norman Decker has secured a
position as 'book-keeper with M. Lee
Misses Emma Menner and Mabel
Reed wero Scranton visitors on
Ambrose A. Whalen has rented the
Soeto house corner of Main and
Mrs. John Burkett and Mrs. Sarah
Drlscoll, of Scranton, aro tho guests
of Mrs. John Loercher.
Mrs. J. B. Stiter, of Elmira, N. Y.,
is the guest at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. C. M. Betz this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Richardson
of New York, aro the guests of the
latter's mother, Mrs. Spruks.
Fred Berry, of Scranton, is visit
ing her sister, Mrs. M. McDormott of
East Extension street this week.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Spettigue and
Mrs. Walter Pryor of Jermyn have
been tlie guests of Mr. and Mrs. O
M. Spettiguo 011 West street.
Major Edgar Jadwln, of Washing
ton, D. C, who had been spending
a tew days with his father, C. C
Jadwiu, left for New York Tuesday.
Frank Tremaine died at his home
in Cochecton, N. Y., on Monday, Nov.
4. He was a resident of Damascus
township for many years. Ho is sur
vived by his wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Blake, who
have spent a few weeks with the
former's brother, E. H. Blake. In
Dyberry township, returned to their
home in Moline, 111
Miss Lucy Russell, of Honesdale.
who has been spending tho past week
ena witn tier classmate, Miss Flor
enco Swartwout, returned to her
Homo today. Port Jervis Gazette
Miss Carrie Pell, formerly of
Scranton, now living with her moth
er in the Sonner house on Hideo
street, has accepted a position in the
Ridge street, fractured tho two bones , olIk.e of the Gu Electric Elevator
In her right forearm on Monday oommnv
when she fell from the fence, on
which she had been playing. Dr.
Burns attended the child and at
present she is resting quietly.
Miss Gladys Weaver of East
street gae a variety shower on Wed
nesday evening at her home in honor
of the coming marriage of Miss Eva
Wilson to Chester A. Garratt. Many
beautiful and useful articles were
received by Miss Wilson. Flvo Hun
dred was the amusement of the
evening. First prize was awarded to
Miss Helen Charlesworth.
The ladies or tho Altar society
of St. Mary Magdalen's church gave
a supper in the basement of that
church Wednesday eve, and about
575 tickets wero sold. Supper was
served until after nine o'clock. The
basement of St. Mary Magdalen's
church was opened for the first time
for a social event Wednesday night.
Beside tho supper, candy and fancy
articles were sold and the sum clear
ed by tho society was $400.
Chas H. Hilton is in New York
attending the funeral of his father,
Henry R. Hilton, who died very sud
denly Monday evening. Mr. Hilton
was here to visit his son only a fow
weeks ago, going from hero to Chi
cago. Ho was anticipating another
trip to Honesdale soon. Mr. Hilton
was well known in Honesdale, hav
ing visited here on several occasions
and having worked hero many years
ago before going to New York. Tho
funeral was hold Thursday in New
Israel Holllnger, a druggist at
(ioodville. Lancaster county, has
been arrested on tho chargo of send
ing morphine by mail to a customer,
morphine being unmailable. He
waived a hearing. Evidence showed
that a woman used tho name of W.
P Turkey She resides at Coates-
vilie but lived for a timo at Church
town Morphine was ordered In
largo quantities from Holllnger, and
It was always sent by mall to W. P.
Tuckey When the morphino was
ordered by Tuckey tho reason as
signed was that ho was a veterin
ary surgeon and needed tho drug.
Saturday evening thero will bo
a basket ball game at tho Rink for
the benefit of tho Maple City Flvo,
who aro under heavy expense In pur
chasing new uniforms and renting
tho Rlnk, which is now opened un
der new management. This game
Is between two local teams, and
promises to bo a hummer, as tho
rivalry Is qulto keon, oven this early
In tho season. Tho regular Maple
City team will lino up against tho
"Defenders" who will hnvo tho fol
lowing players: O'Connoll, Jacobs,
Hossllng, C. Faatz, D. Faatz and
Joseph Wagner, who will give a
musical entertainment at the Hep
tasoph's Hall, White Mills, Saturday
night, has extended an invitation to
the Honesdale Cornet Band to par
ticipate In the program.
Charles Thompson, who Is a min
ing engineer, late of Utah, was a re
cent guest of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Andrew Thompson. Charles.
is now at Sudbury, Ontario, Canada,
where ho was sent on special work
for his company. Ho arrived here
Tuesday and departed Wednesday.
GUAM) CHAPTER MASON'S
TO VISIT SCRANTON.
Most Excellent Grand High Priest
A. U. Uresswoll, of Philadelphia, will
head a party of olllcers of tho Grand
Chapter of Royal Arch Masons, of
Pennsylvania that will pay an olfl
clal visit to Scranton on Tuesday
nignt or next week. Tho party will
arrive in Scranton on tho morning
u. A: 11. train and auto rides will bo
enjoyed until noon. In tho after
noon delegations from Susquehanna,
Montrose, Carbondale, Honesdale,
Great Bend and Faetoryvillo chap
ters will work degrees with Lacka
wanna Chapter No. 185, in Masonic
hall In Scranton. A dinner will be
served at G o'clock In tho hall and
the evening will be devoted to tho
TEACHERS' INSTITUTE NEXT
Superintendent Koeliler Has Secured
Most Ablo Instructors Sessions
Promise to bo Highly Instructive.
Tl,n fnrtv.flftli nil mini WnVIlO
County Tcnchers' Instltuto of Wayno 1
county will bo held In Honcsdalo'
next week. Tho sessions will bo held '
in tho High school nudltorlum, be
ginning November 11th and con
tinuing through tho week until tho
Tho following Instructors havo
been secured by Superintendent
Prof. John T. Wntklns, music di
rector, of Scranton; Prof. O. L. War
ren, Elmlrn, N. Y.; Prof. Reed T.
Toltrlck, doputy superintendent of
public instruction, Harrisburg; Dr.
C. T. McFarlane. Teachers' College,
Columbia University, Now York City;
'Prof. L. H. Dennis, Expert Agricul
tural Education, Department of Pub
lic Instruction. Harrisburg.
Tho teachers will enroll from
10:30 to 12 o'clock and from 1:30
to 2 p. m. in tho High school li
brary. The enrollment committee
Is composed of Arthur Hopkins,'
Misses Mary Hlgglns and Ida M
High Schools. H. A. Oday, E. L
Itlakeslee, W. W. Menhennett, A. II
Secretary-Treasurer Vera Mur-,
Resolutions Etimunu senwarzu,
Edna Haucnsteln, Jcnnlo S. Lee, S.
Snyder, Howard W. Slpo, Florenco
Necrology Members of Resolu
Ushers Tuesday p. m., Spencer,
Noble, Grant Olver; Wednesday p.
m. Guy Bennett, Elmer Hlne; Thurs-
day p. m. Sidney Down, Albert
Haggerty, Harland Box, Raymond
Officers of Teachers' Association I
R. T. Davles, president; Elizabeth
Daniels; vice-president; Frances Dil-j
Ion, secretary-treasurer; Vera Mur
ray, Arthur Hopkins, Ada V. Hop
kins (resigned), executive commit
tee. Spelling Contest Theresa B.
Soete, chairman; Alma Schuller, sec
retary; Julia Schimmell, treasurer.
Tho following interesting program
has been prepared:
Monday, Nov. 11.
Enrollment, 10:30 a. m. to 12,
and 1:30 to 2 p. m. (II. S. Library.)
a n n in
Devotional Exercises, Rev. Geo
Election of Vice-Presidents and
'Him That Has Gits," Prof. O. L.
. "The First Requisite," Supt.
Tuesday, Nov. 12, 0 a. m.
Devotional Exercises, Rev. A.
"The Teacher's Problem," Supt.
"First Steps In Reading, I," Prof.
Geography, Dr. C. T. McFarlane.
1:45 p. m.
"A Tap at tho Window," Prof.
Geography, Dr. McFarlane.
Wednesday, Nov. 13, 9 a. m.
Devotional exercises, Rev. C. C.
High school conferenco on tho
subject of agriculture, conducted by
Prof. L. H. Dennis.
Growing Teachers," Supt. Teit
"First Steps in Reading, II," Prof.
Presentation of the sixty spelling
diplomas to tho winners of tho dis
1:4-5 p. m.
"Lest Wo Fall," Prof. Warren.
"Standards of Teaching," Supt.
Thursday, Nov. 14.
9 a. m.
Devotional exercises, Dr. J. W.
Effective Teaching, Supt. Teit
Now Reported That He Ha
Saved His Seat In Congress.
HIGH SOUOOIi CONCERT COURSE
Walter Ecclos with his "College
Singing Girls" will open tho Concort
Course, recently arranged by tho
High school and tho Lyric manage
ment, at the Lyric on Friday, Nov.
22. This nttractlon needs no Intro
duction to tho pcoplo of Honesdale,
having played an engagement hero a
fow years ago, at tho Lyric, giving
tho very best of satisfaction. Wal
ter Eccles Is a wholo show In him
self nnd Is considered the most
clover comcdlnn now under tho 'man
agement of tho Rodpath-Brockway
Tho Concert Course consists of
four different attractions, each ono
having a fixed admission fee of fifty
cents, but, but by buying a Course
ticket anytlmo heforo tho first num
ber has taken place, anyono may
witness all of tho attractions for ono
dollar and a half.
Miss Clara S. Kimble, daughter of
Sheriff and Mrs. F. C. Klmblo, and
Mr. Monroo Balkcotn of Dyberry,
wero quietly married In tho parson
ago of tho Presbyterian church Wed
nesday morning. Tho ceremony wns
performed by Dr. W. H. Swift. Tho
marrlago wns a surprise to tho many
friends of tho young couple. Tho
Citizen extends congratulations.
They will live In Dyberry.
Sund Tho Citizen tho news.
I'liulo by American Press Association
or's con1ilenci us a future holder of
a portfolio Some think he is In Hue
for the Job of Frank H. Hitchcock.
Iuls D. Itniudi'ls of Boston looms big
In the direction of the attorney gen
eralship. Mr. Bryan hns leen mentioned ns n
future secretnry of state. The possi
bility that ho might be was discussed
Immediately after he put his stamp of
approval on the work of tho Baltimore
Mr. McAdoo, vice chairman of the
Democratic nntlonal committee, is
also bolus spoken of for an nppolnt-
j incut and. of course. Dr. Wiley, hav
I lug been a Wilson supporter. Is being
S, I heralded ns the future head of the
department whore he formerly held
fortii ns a pure food expert of some
Nevertheless It may be stated that
unless he changes much in the atti
tude he lias assumed in New Jersey
with respect to appointments. Govern
or Wilson will name his own olticlal
family and will surprise a lot of his
udvisers when he does.
SIX CHILDREN IN V.l .MONTHS.
Franklin, Pa. Six children born
In a little over 13 months Is tho ro
markablo record of Mrs. Stephen
Nogeotte, of Frenchtown, Crawford
county Sho has borne 15 children
In 12 yenrs.
On September 10, 1911, she gavo
birth to triplets, two girls and a
boy, and last week three sturdy
boys arrived Just 13 months and 20
days after the other trio. Tho moth
er, an American, was the bello of an
old settlement of French Catholic
before her marrlago to Nogeotte, a
farmer, of French descent, 12 years
The first children eamo singly;
five years ago camo twins, to bo
followed by two single children and
then the triplets in 1911.
On and after
' it it
I STORE I
Tho new Robesplerro silk waists In
leading shades at .Menner & Co, 3t
FIELDER TO BE GOVERNOR.
He Will Succeed Wilson In Guberna
torial Chair at Trenton.
Trenton, N. J., Nov. 7. When Gover
nor Wilson resigns his present olilce to
become president of the United States
it is practically assured that his man
tle as governor of Now Jersey will fall
upon Senator James F. Fielder of nud
sou county. This presupposes that In
the meantime Senator Fielder will have
been elected president of the senate, a
position which carries with It the act
ing governorship In tho event of the
death, the resignation, the disability or
absence of the governor.
Should Governor Wilson for any un
foreseen reason relinquish Ids position
before the organization of tho legisla
ture on Jan. 14 next ho will be suc
ceeded by President John D. Prince of
the senate, a Republican, who has been
sworn In ns acting governor fifteen
times during the temporary absence of
the governor from tho state, Ellmluat
DIED OF DIPHTHERIA.
Hazel Hale, the itwelve-year-old
daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. Wendell
Halo, died Thursday morning at 2
o'clock, of diphtheria. Sho is sur
vived by her parents, two brothers
and four sisters. Tho funeral, which
was private, was held the sarua day. j
High School Auditorium
Doors Open nt 7:.1().
Monday, Nov. 11, at S:15, Wayne
County High School Literary Con
test. Admission 25c; reserved seats
Tuesday, Nov. 12, at S:15
"Uncle Sam's Folks," by Alton
Packard, Cartoonist and Humorist.
Admission 35c; reserved seats, 40c
an'd 50 c.
Wednesday, Nov. 13, at S:15 In
strumental and Vocal Music and Ac
tion" by the Hartfords, a male
quartet. Admission 35c; reserved
seats 40c and 50c.
Thursday, Nov. 14, at S:15 Lec
ture, "America Facing the Far East,"
by Dr. John Merritto Driver. Ad
mission 25c. No reserved seats.
Diagram open at Chambers' Drug
Storo every morning at 8 o'clock.
Located at No. 620
South Main St., where
wc hope to see all our
old friends and many
J. T. BRADY,
Let us show you a
LOW COST policy in the
OLDEST COMPANY IK AMERICA
Paid the most to policy hold
ers and beneficiaries. Pays the
most in dividends to policy holders
Fire, Life, Accident, Automobile,
Liberty Hall Hldsr. Honesdale
"A Typo Lesson in Reading," Prof 1 1"K other considerations, therefore.
Sunday services at U10 First Bap
tist church: Morning, 10:30 a. m.;
Biblo school at 11:45; evening, at
7:30. Seats free; all welcome.
Services at Borllln Baptist church
on Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
Pastor G. S. Wendell will olllciato.
At the services last Sunday even
ing in St. John's church Mr. William
Bradbury, ono of the lending singers
In St. Peter's Cathedral, Scranton,
sang two very lino selections of sac
red music which was greatly enjoy
ed by thoso present. Ho also sang
at the 10:30 high mass In tho morn
ing. Tho Boys' Vested Choir of St.
John's church sang two numbers at
tho Sunday evening services.
in St. John's Lutheran church,
Sunday, Nov. 10, services 10:30 a.
m., sermon, "Der Naturllchlo Todes
schlaf"; 11:45 a. in. BIblo school;
7:30 p. in., sermon, "Tho King's
2:30 p. m.
"Our 'Problem," Prof. Warren.
"My Boy's Teacher," Supt. Telth-
Friday, Nov. 15, 9 a. m.
Devotional exercises, Itev. W. H.
"The Teacher's View Point," Supt.
Report of committees.
Music period, Prof. Watkins.
"Tho Ideal Teacher," Prof. War
ren. Tho seventh annual convention or
tho school directors of Wayne coun
ty will bo held Immediately after tho
rlose of the Institute in tho school
house and court house. Tho first
session will commence at 2 o'clock
Thursday afternoon in tho High
school auditorium. This program
lias been arranged:
"Our Problem," Prof. O. L. War
ren. "My Boy's Teacher," Supt. Heed
8:15 p. m.
Lecture "America Facing tho Far
East," Dr. John Merritto Driver.
Friday, Nov. 15, 9 a. m.
(Meet in the Court Boom.)
Dovotlonal exorcises, Hov. W. H.
President's address and announce
ments. Heading of tho minutes by tho sec-
Hoport of nomination committee
Election of officers, including an
Hoport of delegates to tho stato
convention Reuben Lancaster and
Address, Supt. Heed B. Teitrick.
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Tho lato stylo Ladles' suits iat
Menner & Co. aro all wool textures
and newest cuts. 8Cel8
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
thero arc ample political reasons for
tho govenor continuing to serve until
the state shall have passed into full
control of the Democrats.
It is the governor's intention to servo
not merely until the legislature con
venes, but until n few days before his
Inauguration, which will cover about
two-thirds of tho probable legislative
session. In that time the governor is
expected to make all the important ap
pointments for tho ensuing year, so
that his successor will have a compar
atively easy time for the remainder of
tho unexpired term, which ends in Jan
Lute returns from the election have
merely served to emphasize the extent
of tho Democratic victory and tho al
most total rout of the Republican forces
In every section of tho state. Eleven
of tho twelve congress districts were
carried by the Democrats. Five of the
six senators chosen aro Democrats, and
of the sixty members of the house the
Itepubllcnus will not hnvo more than
nine, nnd somo of tho assembly con
tests aro so closo that even this small
minority may bo cut down to six or
Taft Ha Vermont,
Moutpellcr, Vt, Nov. 7. Revised re
turns for the 210 towns of Vermont
give Taft 23,302, Wilson 15,-170, Roose
velt 'J2.155, Chafln 070 nnd Dobs 501.
Washington county, Including Mout
pellcr, the capltnl, saved tho stato for
Taft Montpelier'a voto was tho strong
est Taft voto of any product In the
T. R. Second In Maryland.
Baltimore, Nov. 7. Woodrow Wilson
has carried Maryland. Including Haiti
more city, by u plurality of 51,000.
Roosevelt runs second and Taft third.
The entire Maryland delegation In con
gress will bo Democratic. The total
voto In the state for Wilson Is 112,122.
for Roosevelt 57,070 nnd for Taft 54.
I Reach Any Spot on the Map 1
The Bell System spreads a veritable network of
wireways to 70,000 places. It affords well nigh un
limited possibilities to develop more profitable rela
tions with the towns and cities in your county, or across
the state, and upwards of a thousand miles away.
Grasp your many opportunities to prove that
the Bell Telephone can be used to save time and
money-eating journeys, sell or order goods, hasten
shipments, and do everything thnt must be done now.
You'll be surprised at the low toll and long dis
tance rates look in your directory. Start to-day a
profitable Bell Telephone out-of-the-city department.
THE BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY,
W. A. DELLMORE, Agent
Wayne County Oak Stoves-Burn Wood or Coal Equally Well
This oak Btovo Is manufactured especially for us, after our
own Ideas and wo aro mighty proud of It.
Most oak stoves aro hard to regulate. They either burn llko
fury or ilro goes out entirely. Let us show you how you au
regulato our Wayno County Oak.
Most Oak Stovoa havo o.d-fashloned grates, which aro hard to
manlpulato and very dusty. Wayno County oaks havo Dockaoh
grates. And If its a Dockash that's all you need know about a
stove. , , ...
Most Oak stoves havo a body mado from stovo pipe Iron that
rusts or burns out quickly. Tho body of Wayno County oaks Is
mado of Bessemer steel, and Is practically Indestructible.
Wayno County oak stoves aro carefully oontsructed. and all
openings nro fitted with cup joints so that stovo Is air tight and
dustless. All sizes, largest ono 120.00, smallost ono ? 10-00,
others In between. Como iu and see them.
Everything for tho farm. Honesdale, Pa.,