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THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1912.
ran SHTI FIGHT
Others Slightly Wounded In
Row Over Card Game.
FIFTEEN MEN ARE ARRESTED.
One Playor Accu6od Another of Cheat
ing, Which Immediately Starts Fist
Fight and Led Into Free For All
Battlo With Guns, Stilet
tos and Bricks.
Philadelphia, Nov. D. Storting with
in argument over a game of cards
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The seriously wounded are Michael
'cnusylviiula hospital; Antonio Nndu-
ylvonin hospital; Louis Palie, 1038
tltnl. nnH Antntilu l.nnilnfiln 1ll'M
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Half a dozen men were encased In 11
iuu K.iuju n uuu one 01 mein enargeu
iiouier wim enenung. imuiedlatoly
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Shooting wildly, the men ran to the
trect, where many others joined them.
tirown and bricks hurled. Ulot calls
Eleven of the men arrested and tak-
re Frank Lnzeratto, Eighth and An-
in streets: Kubl lo .Tncnvlnn. v rth
"f. uivuuv, 1 iaun
iihiuu uiviiui;, i laun
venue; Cormena Mlnlte, Tenth street.
ear Lombard; Malamgl Gemario, An-
iiuo ue oaivaiore, uouato de Cesso, i
outh Sixth street, near Washington I
venue; Luciano Quletio, South SUth '
cci, iiour asuingion avenue; gan-
) Ionardo, South Reese street; Sal-,
atore Iello. outh Kairhill street, and !
ntonlo Jeuesse, Fifth street and
nv -c-TTT-c-n -otr nirAn '
0Y KILLED BY MOTOR TRUCK
"cycling, Had Been Coasting, Holding ;
to Chain In Back of Vehicle. I
Philadelphia, Nov. 0. While riding
scnooi on a bicycle Harry R. Daw-
ck, urteen years old, 3131 North Car-
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the truck crossed the car tracks and '
DRIVEN INSANE BY FEVER.
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n complete a.
King and Queen Who Have
Beon Big Factors In Victories.
King Ferdinand of Bulcarln has been
with his army during a greater part of
the fightinK ngalnst tho Turks, while the
queen haB had charge of a corps of nurses.
TELLS HOW HE KILLED GIRL.
Conway Held For Coroner's Jury For
Murder of Sophie Singer.
Chicago, Nov. 5. Charles Conway
lu "ulu uy lne corouer s JulT n uie
:harf'e of murdering Sophia Singer, a
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DVer 10 tho Brand Jur5" w't"out ball,
CaJmlJ" deliberately Conway told
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Lno uet0Ua or "'e crime as he relat-
eu luulu wt:re Buusiuiuiauy tue same aa
be rolntml tn I'nHno Hnntnln Vnnthnr
whon he made his first confession Sat-
'irdny. He said that he came to Chi-
:ngo at the request of his wife. Bm-
trice Ryall Conway, wiio was living at
the same address as Miss Singer. Ilia
nle was Ul when he arrived, ho Rnlrt
and Miss Singer met him at the door
and kissed him.
When ho finished tlie recital of how
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Man Acquitted of Wife Murder to Be
Prosecuted For Coining.
New York, Nov. 5. Judgo Hough de
creed that Allison M. MacFarland. who
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uearing uie impress or the head of a
nrry cent piece were round. MacFar-
iflnd - a cantors khv that th n,oln
or these molds Is a more serious of-
ienae m me eyes or uie law than tho
MacFarland at tho time of his nrrest
! claimed that he was merely perfect
ing a scheme for duplicating silver
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saje anu at low cost.
PRESIDENCY FOR BRYAN, JR.
Nebraskan's Son Elected Head of
Georgetown Law Freshmen.
Washington, Nov. 0. On the eve of
a national presidential election Wil
liam J. Bryon, Jr., is celebrating a vic
tory that his distinguished father fail
ed to win. for the son of the Nebraskan
Is now president, although it is only of
the freshman law class of Georgetown
No "steam roller" methods were em
ployed In young Brynn'H election, tho
doctors Joining in common causo
against the upper class men, who tried
to break up the class meeting.
TALE OF THE WEATHER.
Observations of Uie United
States weather bureau taken at
8 p. in. yesterday follow:
Albany 48 Cloudy
Atlantic City.... 02 Clear
Boston 40 Clear
Buffalo 60 Clear
Chicago CO Italn
New Orleans.-.. 04 Clear
Now York...... 48 Cloudy
St. LouIh f3 Clear
Washington CO Clear
SAVING A WORK OF ART.
Ingenious Scheme of a Restorer of
An instance of the Ingenuity exer
cised by restorers of damaged master
pieces of painting Is afforded by tho
rescue of a famous painting now own
ed by the widow of the late John Ilay,
secretary of state.
Mr. llay had n Madonna by BnttlccI
II which was painted on a wooden
panel nt least 400 years ago. The
wood had begun to crack, and It was
feared that tln painting would bo
ruined, but a restorer was found who
said he could save It
Tho llrst step wa to paste thin strips
of tissue paper on the face of tho pic
ture, pressing tho paper into the un
even surface of the paint Layers were
added until n thick body of paper con
cealed the picture.
Then the picture was turned over,
and tho restorer began to sandpaper
the board away. After many months
of careful work ho had all tho wood
J removed, nnd nothing but tho paint ad
hered to the paper. A piece of linen
canvas was then glued to tho paint,
and tho work of removing the paper
from the front of the picture wns un
dertaken. It required nearly n year to
complete tho work, but when It wns
done tuo painting was leu in snape to
last another four centuries. Chicago
HE SAW THINGS.
The Boy Obeyed His Dad and Learned
to Use His Eyes.
In tho dally half hour confidential
talk with his boy an ambitious Loudon
father tried to give some advice.
"Bo observing, my son," said tho
father on one occasion. "Cultivate
the habit of seeing, nnd you will bo
a successful man. Study things and
remember them. Don't go through the
world blindly. Learn to use your eyes,
Hoys who are observant know a great
deal more than those who aro not"
Willie listened In silence.
Several days later, when tho entiro
family, consisting of his mother, aunt
and uncle, were present hla father
"Well, Willie, havo you kept using
your eyes, as I advised you to doT"
Willie nodded and after a moment's
"I have seen a few things about tho
house. Uncle Jim's got a bottle of
hair dye hid under his bed, Aunt Jon
tile's got an extra set of teeth and a
lot of false hair in her dresser, ma's
got somo curls sewed In her hat, nnd
pa's got a pack of cards and a box of
dlco and a leather covered flask behind
the bookcase." London Tit-Bits.
Night Jobs For the Jeweler.
Under the Jeweler's letter box and
door bell was a second bell labeled
"Jeweler's night bell." "Kindly ex
plain," said tho visitor. "Is tho crav
lng for diamonds and wedding rings
so Insatiable that you havo to get up
at night to meet the demand?"
"It is not the prospect of making a
eale that gets mo out of bed after mid'
night," tald the Jeweler, "but the mis'
fortunes of my fellow man. About tho
only people who ring mo up after
working hours aro thoso who have a
piece of Jewelry on that they can't got
off and don't daro to wear until morn
lng for fear of blood poisoning. These
accidents happen often. Every doctor
In town knows I can be routed out
In an emergency case, so all rings that
must bo filod off swollen fingers, all
earrings that must be removed from
inflamed ears, all necklaces and brace
lets that must be taken from bruised
necks and wrists without delay aro
brought to me." Now York Press.
The First Fiction.
The "Tale of Two Brothers," wrllton
8.200 years ago by tho Theban scribe,
Ennana, librarian of the palaco to
King Merenptah, the supposed Pha
raoh of the Exodus, Is tho oldest work
of fiction extant The talo was writ
ten apparently for tho entertainment
of tho crown prince, who subsequently
reigned as Setl II. His namo appears
tn two places on the manuscript prob
ably the only surviving autograph sig
natures of an Egyptian king. This
piece of antique fiction, written on
nlnoteen sheets of papyrus in a bohl
hieratic hand, wns purchased in Italy
by Mmo. d'Orbiney, who sold it In
1857 to the authorities of the British
museum, whero it is now known as
the D'Orbiney papyrus.
A Wonderful Child.
Zerah Colburn when a child had tho
most wonderful memory for figures
ever known. Ho performed operations
of addition, subtraction, multiplication
and division on sums involving from
eleven to twenty places of figures with
out Betting one down on paper. Being
onco asked to raise eight to the six
teenth power, ho almost instantly re
sponded, "The answer is 2S1,474,07C
710,05a" Queer Wasting.
"Mrs. Codgers Is dreadfully afraid
of embonpoint," remarked Mrs. Gads
ley. "Is that so?" chirped Mrs. Wopper.
"My favorite awnt had it and tho poor
thing Just wasted awayf Birming
Back to the Bench.
"Mr. Bpooncr, Isn't this the third
time you bare asked mo to be your
"I-I bclievo it is, Miss Jennie."
"Well, you've funned the air three
times. You're out on strikes." Chica
Tact is more important than talent
always remember that people are more
asily led than driven.
NOW FOR INCOME TAX.
Only Two- More Aro Needed In Order
to Ratify the Amendments.
By Jan. 1 three-fourths of the Htates
of the Union will have ratified the con
Htlliillonul amendment granting con
gress power to puss an income tax law.
according to information obtained nt
the stale department. Notice of tip.
provnl by thirty-two of the forty-eight
states has already been received, and
uuolllclal Information lias come that
two more, Ohio and Louisiana, have
recently ratified the plan. Thlity-sl..
states are required for the necessary
The nmeiiduient grunts congress
power to levy a tax on incomes "with
out apportionment among the sovonii
states and without n census or eutiniei'
Stlon." It will enable the legislative
oninch of the government to frame nn
income tnx law which will be safe
from attack on tho ground of unconsti
tutionality and will remove from the
field of politics a stubborn Issue whii'l,
has furnished ammunition for debate
In several presidential campaigns.
Tho Income amendment when adopt
im1 will bo known ns article 10 and will
become a part of the constitution by
proclamation of the secretary of state.
Notice has been received nt the slate
department that Connecticut, New
Hampshire, IUiode Island nnd t7tnl
have acted adversely on tho amend
ment. Ten .states have not yet consid
ered it, but the legislatures in more
than half of these will meet in January
nnd probably take favorable action.
Only two more are needed to make the
necessary thirty-six, but Secretary of
State Knox will not issue the procla
mation until one or two more than thi
required number of state havo acted.
Each state has a right to rescind It.s
approval or rejection at any time.
Tho states that have officially ap
proved tho amendment are: Alabama,
Arkansas, Arizona, California, Colo
rado, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana,
Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Mary
land, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi,
Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada,
New York, North Carolina, North Da
kota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Caro
lina, South Dnkota, Tennessee, Texas.
Washington nnd Wisconsin; unofficial
ly, Ohio and Louisiana.
The ten stntes that have not acted
are: Delaware, Florida, Massachusetts.
New Jersey, New Mexico, Pennsyl
vania, Vermont, Virginia, West Vir
ginia and Wyoming.
Advertising Is the Way to Success
The Buy-U-A-HOME Realty Company
Offer the following properties, which is a partial list of the many farms
listed by them. All properties are in first class condition and as
Eight-Acre Farm In Berlin town
ship for sale cheap. Three acres
cleared, balance In woodland. House
and barn on premises. Good spring
and fruit on farm. On main road
between Bunnelltown and Beach
Lako. Farm about threo miles from
Honesdale. Owner, poor woman
that needs tho money. Bargain for
Building Lot in Honesdalo Locat
ed on Court street in ono of prettiest
residential sections of Honesdale
Slzo 63x125 feet. Story and a half
house on property. Property dn
Small Farm in I'rompton Good
property, woueo contains 12 rooms
Barn Is 26x30 feet. Acre and one-
half of ground. Ideal place for
small chicken farm. Close to D. & H
station. Bargain for fall buyer.
Ideal Dairy Farm Located in
Cherry Ridge township about one
milo from the Hoadleys station on
tne Erie road on tho Wyoming dl
vision. Two separate parcols of
land with only public highway as
a division. First known as Isaac R.
Schenck farm, contains 123 acros,
50 of which aro improved and the
balanco second growth of timber.
Brook runs through pronorty. which
is also well watored. Good farm
house and barns. The second tract
or what Is known as tho Apollns D.
bcnencK farm contains 101 acres,
bi improvod and balanco In lino
young growth of hickory. This is a
valuable asset to tho farm. This
farm corners in the Bonear farm
lake. It is well watored. Good
fruit orchards on both farms. Tortus
easy. Bargain for fall buyer.
A No. 1 Farm Contains 104
acres, 70 cleared. No stones nnd
ground very productive. Ideal
place for truck farm. Located at
Indian Orchard on Main road bo-
tweon Honesdalo and Ilawloy. Well
built farm houso and barns. Young
and old applo orchards; Mso quan
tlty of butternut trees on premises.
Well watored, brook runs through
farm. Most of land on flats. Will
sell stock If purchaser desires. Ono
half cash, balanco on easy terms.
Good Farm located within ono
milo of Honesdale, contains 96 acres.
All can bo cultivated, except about
two acres. Nino springs on prem
ises. Water in barn yard. Good an.
plo orchard and other fruits. Six
room farm houso, threo barns and
several out buildings. Brook bord
ors farm. Ideal place for stock. 15
acres being suitable for tralnlncr
track. Good onion soil, part clay
soil and black loam. Nino acres
south exposure. Telephone connec
tions. Will soil equlpmont and
tock. All modern machinery.
Buy - U -
X UOBEIIT HAWKEY. DEC'D.
By virtue of an ordor and decree
of tho Orphans' Court of Wayno
County mado tho 14th day of Octob
er 1912, tho undersigned Master In
Partition will exposo to public sale
and sell to tho highest bidder, nt the
Sheriff's offlco In tho Court House
at Honesdalo In said Wayno County,
Saturday, November 23rd, 10 1 2, at
2 o'clock p. m., the following de
scribed real estate, viz.:
A certain lot or pnrcel of land sit
uate In the township of Dyberry,
Wayno county, Pennsylvania, begin
ning at a stones corner In the east
ern lino of land surveyed to Sylvanus
Seely (now Hlchard L. Scely's);
thenco by said tract north ten de
grees east slxty-ono rods to a stones
corner; thenco by land lato of J
hlal Justin's north flfty-fivo degrees
east flfty-flvo and one-halt rods to
a stones corner, the southwest corn
er of Peter Coles land; thenco by
other lands of tho said Spencer
Blandln south twenty-threo degrees
east sixty-two rods to a post and
stones corner, in the northern lino!
ot innu surveyed to Stephen Day,
Jr.; thenco by said lino south sixty
seven degrees west oighty-sovon and
one-fourth rods to the place of be
ginning. Containing twenty-four
acres and sixty-five perches, be the
same moro or less.
Also a certain lot or parcel of
land situato In Texas, Wayno coun
ty, rennsyivania, bounded and de
scribed as follows: Beginning in a
corner in tho southern line of land
in tho warrantee name of Stephen
Day; thence by land now or late
Isaac P. Foster's, south twenty
three rods to tho middlo of the
Honesdalo and Clarksvllln rilrnnllrn
road; thenco along the middle there
of north sixty-one and one-half de
grees west twelve and one-tenth
rods and north eighty-six degrees
west tweivo rods; thenco by land of
Ira Hapeman north eight degrees
east seventeen and seven-tenths
rods to a post corner in a small
brook, and thenco by other land of
said Robert Hawkey south eighty
seven degrees east twenty and one
fourth rods to the place of begin
ning. Containing two acres and
eighty-five perches, bo the same
more or less.
Reserving nevertheless from the
parcel last described the following
lot: All that certain lot of land
situato in Texas township, Wayne
county, Pennsylvania, bounded and
described as follows: Beginning at a
corner in tho middle of the Hones
dale and Clarksvllle turnpike road,
at a point one hundred and eighty
eight feet westerly along said road
from the line of the Benjamin Pol
ley tract; thence north twenty-one
degrees east three hundred and
eighteen feet or thereabout to a
corner In a stone fence; thence
along the line of said stone 'fence,
north seventy-nine and three-quarter
degrees west eighty feet to a
corner; thence south twenty-ono
degrees west two hundred and
Five Lots Bordering Beach Lake
witn Doating, bathing and Ice privi
leges. Elegant chance for summer
Very Pretty Cottage: Eight acres
of land, large lawns and plenty of
fruit. Would make an Ideal summer
home. Will sell furnished or un
furnished. Newly papered and paint
ed. Outside in excellent repair.
Located at Calllcoon, N. Y.
Forty-Acro Fnrm Will soil or ex
change for property in Honesdale.
Large ten-room house in good re
pair. Barn and outbuildings: good
orchard. Located three miles from
Calllcoon and as many miles from
Cochecton, N. Y., one-half mile from
Delaware rir-'or. Rare bargain for
ran seeker. Apply Buy-U-A-Home
Realty company offlco, Jadwln build
Sixty-Acro Farm Located with
in two miles of Honesdale. Will sell
whole or a few acres of same to
party wanting small farm. Very
productive. House and barn and
well watered. Another good bar
gain. Modern Houso In Honesdale
Brick, contains steam heating plant,
gas and other modern appointments.
Lot 50x125 feet. Good garden,
barn, and chicken house on prem
ises. Property in first-class condi
tion. Was recently improved. Ono
of Honcsdale's best properties.
Powell Tliro.Story llrlck build
ing, located 633 Main street, is ono
of tho recent properties listed with
us. Building In first-class condition.
iiaro oargain ror so valuable a
property. Situated In business cen
ter of Honesdale. Building now oc
cupied. Two Good Lots Locatod on Fair
avenue, 15 minutes' walk from
Honesdalo. Will bo sold together or
separately. On R. D. route. Fer
tile ground. Lots havo a frontaco
of about 600 feet and run from Dy
berry river. Ideal placo for party
who desires small farm near town.
Farm at Equinunk Esttite of
520 acres, 40 under cultivation, 40
pasture, balance wooded land. Con
tains threo story summer boarding
house, 18 rooms fully furnished,
borders Delaware river. Farm house,
10 rooms,. 2 barns, largo creek
through proporty, could bo develop
ed for power purposes and generat
ing olectrlcity; ono mile of Dela
ware frontage. Located ono mile
from Erie railroad, Lordvillo sta
tion, and two miles from Equinunk;
good roads. Timber on property will
pay for the place, Ono of finest lo
cations on Delaware for a summer
resort, club house or retired gen
tlemen's home. Number of blue
stono quarry sites on property.
A - HOME Realty Co.
I eighty-eight feet or thereabout to
tno middlo of tho said Honesdalo
and Clarksvllle turnpike road, and
thonco along tho middlo of said
road, south sixty-flvo and ono-quar-tor
degrees east, eighty feet to tho
place of beginning. Containing
about fifty-seven one-hundredths of
Being tho lnnds and premises
which were of Robert Hawkoy, lato
of Texas township In Wayno county,
Tho promises to bo sold Is all
cultivated land with a two-story
framo dwelling house thereon, front
ing on the state road leading from
Honesdalo to Seelyvllle, near tho
last named village.
Terms: Cash on delivery of Mast
November 1, 1912.
TO THE PUBLIC.
The Joint committee of the Senate
nnd House of Representatives of tho
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to
consider and repovt upon a revision
of tho corporation and Revenue
Laws of the commonwealth, will
hold public meetings, In Philadel
phia on November 12, at Room 490
City Hall, Broad and Market streets;
in Pittsburgh on November 19th and
20th In the Chamber of Commerce;
in Erie on November 21st in tho
Chamber of Commerce; and in
Scranton on November 22nd in tho
Lackawanna County court house.
Meetings will commencn at 11 n m
All persons Interested aro Invited to
attenu anu express their views and
offer suggestions as to the necessity
for new laws or amendment of pres
ent laws relating to the State's rev
enue, or to corporations.
Tho committee desires to be in
formed at once of the name and ad
dress of anyone desiring to appear
before them. AH requests should bo
sent to Francis Shunk Brown, Coun
sel, 1005 Morris Building, Philadel
phia. JAS. F. WOODWARD,
Want a Cook
Want a Clerk
Want a Partner
Want a Situation
Want a Servant Girl
Want to Sell a Piano
Want to Sell a Carriage
Want to Sell Town Property
Want to Sell Your Groceries
Want to Sell Your Hardware
Advertise Regularly In This Paper
Advertising Brings Customers
Advertising Keeps Customers
Advertising Insures Success
Advertising Shows Energy
Advertising Shows Pluck
Advertising is "Biz"
Advertising or Bust
Honesdalo Ten-room house on
Main street. Lot 50x200 feet. One
of nicest locations for residence.
Will be sold cheap.
Honesdale Two building lots and
houso on Sixteenth street. Slzo of
property 100 x 100 feet. Situated
in finest residential section of town.
Huftel nt Milford Licensed. En
Joys good summer and transient
trade. Ideal placo. Produce for
table raised on property. Good wa
ter and excellent roads. Popular
house. Easy terms. Rare bargain.
Farm At Lakewood. near whero
coal has been recently discovered,
contains 113 acres, 85 cleared, 36
timbered. Contains young applo or
chard, 2 wells, brook through prem
ises, ono two-story dwelling house,
barns and other out buildings, sugar
bush. Blacksmith shop on farm.
Easy terms. Quick salo to ready
Farm at Ariel In flrst-class con
dition containing 50 acres, 30 of
which are under cultivation and
tho balance In pasture and wood
land. Fruits of all kinds, orchard
and cultivated berries. Seven-room
dwelling, basement barn, good poul
try house and outbuildings. Never
failing spring near house and several
springs in pasture. Located 1
miles from Ariel station on Erlo
railroad. Graded school and
churches in vicinity. Rural Deliv
ery, telephone connection and first
class road. Tho farm is located In
a valley and is warm in winter.
Road does not drift. A bargain for
fall purchaser. Must bo Bold before
Cottage At Bethany, contains 8
rooms. Good well and cistern. Two
building lots. Young orchard; 1,
500 feet elevation and very desirable
for a summer cottage or boarding
house. Sale on account of death of
Poultry Farm Ono mile from
Beach Lake and 4 Vfc miles from
Nnrrowsburg, near tho Erlo railroad.
Plant equipped with modern and
complete contrivances for conduct
ing farm on largo scale. Rare bar
gain. Easy terms.
Desirable Farm Located at
Mllanvllle 110 acres, 75 cleared,
balance well covered with timber.
Two-story dwelling, barn, and other
buildings. Living spring on farm,
brook flows through premises. Ele
vation 1,200 feet. One of healthiest
places in Wayne county. Ideal placo
for summer boarding house. Excel
lent view over picturesque Delaware
river. Threo quarters of a mile
from Erie station and milk depot.
Eleven roads center at place. Easy
terms to purchaser.