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The Honesdale Citizen.
VOLUME XL. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., THURSDAY MORNING AUGUST 20, 1908.
race Next floor to Port Office.
Formerly occupied by Hon. V7. II. INmnlck.
Ilonesdsle, r.. April. ,908-
W rTOUN KYktlOlTrfSElOB-aT-LA W
on otw Port omoe.
All legal business promptly attended to.
Uoneedkle, Ju. 1, 1WK. yl
. ATTOUKIT OOOTIW)II-T'LAW
Office Lilierty tlsll bulldlug, opposite the
Pout Office, Uoneedale. l"s- 3yl
rttonU and Pennons secured.
Office In the Court House.
Honesdale, Pa. 7yl
CHAIU.ES A. McOAKTT,
Special and prompt attention given to the
ulleellon of claims. Office over Keif's new
tor My I
pBTER n. IIiOFF,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOII-AT-L.A W
Office 2d floor Old Savings Bank building
ayl UoicnnALa. Pa.
jl P. KIMBL.E.
ATTORNEY aicn OOITN8KIAJB-AT-LA W
Over tb Pott Office, Honesdale
ATTORNEY AND OOUN81CLOB-AT-1.A W
At tbe on co late of Waller fc Searle,
Honesdale. Pa. Otto orer Pott OBii-e.
Jan. 1. ISM. 71
ATTORNEY k COUNSELOR AT LAW
Office over Rolf's New store.
Eonesdale, Ta. Myl
nr vri' sow, attornkt
COUNSELOR AT LAW
Offloe lluonlo building, 2d Boor.
j. H. WHITNEY.
LIVERY ANDOUNIRUS LINE.
Roar of Alien Home Honesdale, Pa.
Deo. 1, 1902. lyl
DIl. K. T. DROWD,
Offloe lit Floor Old Havings Iiank building
HoKasDALX - Pa. 8Cyl
DIl. H. B. SKARIiES.
Office and Residence 1110 Church it re I
opposite Baptiit Church. Telephone.
Offloe Hours-2.00 to 4:00 and 7:00 to IfcOOr
W. T. McOOMVILIi,
PHYSICIAN ANt SURGEON.
Offloe 616 Second street, formerly ooou
pled by J)r. J. J. OTonuoll.
Honesdale, March 13. 1802.
Niw Malay OiiiimGHrt
Being Distributed Free by a Hew
Co-operating with missions in Malay,
sia, the Windsor Laboratories of New
York have secured a supply of the won
derful combretum plant, which has done
so much to revolutionize the treatment
of the opium habit.
A Rcncrous supply of the new remedy,
together with full instructions for its
use, trad United States consular reports
bearing on the subject will be sent to
any sufferer. To obtain a free supply
of this remedy and the consular reports,
addrcssWindsor Laburatt irics.Hranch 23,
134 East 23th Street. New York City.
Joseph N. Welch,
FIRE IRSURAHCE AGENCY
IN iVAYNE COUNTY.
Onice: 2nd floor Masonic Building, over
u. u. jaawin s arug store, lloueeasle.
How Are Your Eves?
With a praotiral experience of many rear
' am able to make a arif ul. pel entitle) exatii
Dttlionoflhe eye. which will reeult In tbe
application or a glaos that will relieve and
tieip you. If you feel tbe need of aid for
your eyes, aeiay 11 lowy.
Vou are blind to your own 1 Meruit If you
neglect to take care of your eyes. It inn't
everv one who can nronerlv fit vou with
glasftnn, and when you put .tb era you nhould
not think they will do, iut tiecauvH you fie
a little better. You MUST know they are
exactly right. Wo are headquarters for
All lenes duplicated and framed solde
on snort notice, cheaper than elsewhere.
C. F. SPENCER & CO ,
Post Office BuiMine Uonesd ale Pa
The New York Dailv Press
Week Dav Edition cn vf? t l'
Honesdale Citizen, cm ca. . .
TO ANY ADDRESS FOR 86 BO
AddreM Tbe Cltlten. Hour.dale, Pa
BANKING HOU R S
After June 1st, 1908.
9: 00 A. M. to 12 o'clock noon
7:30 P.M. to 8:30 P. M.
HONESDALE H1TI0H&L BiHK
Here la llcllel fur Women.
Mother Gray a nurse In New Vork, dls
covered an alouiatiti, pleasant uerticure for
women's Ills, called Australian.Leur. it Is
the only citain reculatnr. Cures female
weaknesses and Ha kache, Kidney and
lllndili I and Urinary troubles. At all Druit
aists or by '"all Mc, Sample FREE. Ad
dress, Too Moilie Uray Oo., L Uoy, N. V
RRPORT OF Tit P. CONDITION
Honesdale National Bank,
HOrESDaXX, WATXK CO., FA.,
At tbe clow of liusinets, July 11, 1904.
Loans and Dlsconnts t"J04,ei; 18
Overdrafts, secured and titisecur
ed 1 75
U.S. Bonds to secure circulation, U,on 00
I'remlums on U.S. Uonls 2.800 00
Bonds, securities, etc. 1..K13.M0 M
nanlclwr-liouse, furniture, Itxtures 40,ini 00
Due from National Hanks mot
Reserve Airents) 3,1177 16
Due I'm State llanktaiid Hankers ft M
Due from approved reserve as'ts HJ.273
t"hekB and other cah Items.... W
Notes of other National Banks.. loo U)
Fractional paiMrcuireucy, nick
els and cents ftjo
Lawrci. Moxet Rtsmri tv IUkk vu.
Specie f3,3.l 00
Lefral tender notes.. ,0 oo 8311 00
Redemption fund with U. 8.
Treasurer, 6 tht cent, of circu-
lauon 2.7MI 00
Total I1.U,7 01
Capital stock paid in f IMI.ikki 00
8uqlus fund IKi.oki on
UnalvliliHi profits, less rifiensf
and tales paid r.s.tr.l 10
National Hank iiotoulsland!Ti tS,(NM) 00
Btate Hunk nnts oulstandluc... lsi 00
Hue to ottier National llauks I .14
Due to CUatu Hanks and Hankers Ips lu'
Individual deposits sulijtn't to
chts k tl,4.VMM r-'
of deposit tU""4 00
CVrtlHed hecks .... JOi li
(lashler's cIhh ks nut-
stanillnE S.P11 M-l,47fl.7ir. 4'
Houds Wurowed None
Not4i and lulls rcdiscounted ... None
Hills payable Itiiludlne wrtin-
ites ot deposit fur money Imr
Liabilities oilier than those above
Total tl,MU,7M 01
State of Pennsylvania, Ocuntyol vu)im. ss
1, Kdwni F. Torrey. Cashier of the llcnee
dale National Hank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement Is true to the !t of
my knowledge aud belief.
KHWIN F. TUKRF.r, Cashier.
Subwrilied and sworn to bclote me this
Mill day of July, IDO-t.
W. II. STONE, N. P.
11. X. ltL'S-.h.I,U 1
ANDREW THOMPSON, Wlinttor
J. C. U1KDSALL, )
Pt:m.lC NOTICK OK DISSOLUTION
UK PAItTNKllSIIIP -Nullcel- here
by (Jlveli, that the Jiartlielshlp heretofore
existing between Kbeu tl. Clara and Cli'iilefl
F. Hullock, under the llrra name of Clura X
Bullock, has been dissolued by the death of
Kben II. Clark, All lull due the hrm should
tie paid to ihe surviving patlner, Charles F.
Bullix k. who will conttnuettie buistiess tin
der the him name ol Claik .V Iliillock.
CllAltl.K.S F. I1UI.UK-K.
Honesdale, Aup. 10, li.w. IS',3
H. C, HAND, iTOBiatlll
WM. 11. HOI.MK-S Vice Prwident,
U. S. SALMON, Cashier,
W. J. WARD. Ass'l Uathler
After nil ssvino i iMTflely n m.llr ol
Culilv.tAthehnlit,iiomittter bow mticli
you mitke-lt i. the on .lira way to inde
pendence. You will find courteoua treatment end
smpla Mcurltv at tlie
UKAl) THb FlliUUV'.S:
OAPITAIj STOCK, - $100,000
HIIUI'MIM. .... :io(t,IOO
UNDIVIDED RAIIMNGS, IO.(lH2
Total Assets. - $2,680,000
SAVINGS DKPOSITH mHrte on or be
fore the tenth day of any month will draw
Interest from the first day of that mouth.
INTKKKsr will be paid for all Calendar
months on moneys remainiui; on deposit
thre Can ndar months 01 longer.
INTF.Htbrt .IMPOUNDED IN J ANL'ART
Small safes to rent In our HL'KOl.All
PROOF STEEL VAULT.
Special auention given to MERCANTILE
Deposits may be made hv mall.
H. CIIakti, w. n. lloi.ti,c, J. Smith,
A, T. SlARLI, F. P. KlUIILt, W. F. SDTUAII
H J. CVlNUIU, II. 8. SAt HON. T. R. CI.AHC.
Time Card In Effect June 21st, 1908.
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AflaitlonM trains lwn rir&HKlfilo for ht.
Dsld Yard at (i iw a in daily, aDdA.snpm duly
ficopt bundar Adaniniiai tr&iiia Mh.
field Yard ivr Parbondale 6 fis a m flatlj' and l
l. m dailr exn'pt Huudar
J. C AwitKno, J V. Wrun,
Tramc Mauar, TraTeiins Atrent,
U litaver 8t., New York, BCToiitou, i'a
NOTICE or ADMINISTRATION.
FRANKLIN 11. ItoniNbON,
Iate of llonettlale. decnaKed,
All perttons tni1etitHl tonaid mutate are no
till tl to make iiniiiHtliat payment to tbe un
drnipinil j nnrt tho-w havinp clalmH atramt
said iiUitf arHiiolltltol to iuitiit t hem, duly
hlttetid, 01 nflllfini-nt.
MA Hi; tl'tlUNsON,
llmift-tiaU-, Wa., Jul I. l'.xiv Kx'r.
VTOTICK OK ADMINISTRATION.
r.LI.4.11ETII SEA II.
Ijiteot Proniplou borough, deceased,
All persons indebted to said estataare no
lifted to make Immediate payment to the
uudersigned ; and those having claims
apauisl said estate ate notified to present
theiu, duly attested, ftu settlement.
THE 8C1UNTON TIIL'ST COMPANY,
Administrator de bonis tion.
cum tcstaiuento anuexo.
All tiajmenls 10 lie lllu.li'HIliI Hit bills to lie
sent to hhi.1 Cniii.Hiiy. Nciantori, l'a., 01 to
A. T sEAICLE. Atloruey.
13kG Honesdale, I'a.
LGT US TAKU CARE Ol
It will p.iy ou to call at the
GOLDEN'S OPTICAL PARLORS
11 boutti Main St ,
The little attacks of stomach trouble and
stomach disorders win uuuoijtite.iiy lead to
chronic dyspepsia unlc 1011 take somt.
thine for a sufficient tune to strengthen the
stomach and iriveit a cnuiice to pet wi-u.
If you take kohoi in tlie beKinuine the baa
auacas oi iiypepsi. win uu avuiueu, nui
if lou allow these llltle attacks to CO un
heeded It will takek'odola loneer time to
put your stomach in jrood nditiou acaln.
(id a bottle of Kodol to-day, Hold, by 1'KIL
The Ship That BUjed la Um Air.
Count Zcppclln'e spectacular trip
along the Rhine nU-y In his frrcst
dltitrllile airship waa notable for two
thlnca the t.hlp stayed In tbe air and
thus earned Its right to be called an
airship, and It yielded to the will of
the navigator at a ship should. And'
the voyngc wan really a practice scout
of Importance to military uses, al
though Hint this was intended has
l-cn denied. It was reported thst the
dirigible's course as originally laid out
v-n. from a point on tbe boundary l
tween Germany and Switzerland to
Stuttgart, a place In Germany of no
strategic Imjiortance; thence to Metz,
on the new frontier, where a
great battle vaa fought between the
I'rcnch and Germans In 1K70, and
from there to Maycnco, a region of
the Rhine favorable to the crossing
of troops. Instead of following this
conree tiie airship hovered over Hie
volley of the Rhine where It separates
Ftxltr-orland from Germany and then
turned almost due north, aa the Rhine
runs, following It so closely as to pass
directly over the towns and cities on
Its ImnVs. In time of war this wonld
I the senlec Germany would want
ftn airship scout to terform to see
whether the lench might tie crossing
Hint barrier. The fact that tbc whole
of the valley available for crosaliig
troops wns overlooked ltetw-een 7 a. m.
and S p. m. Is Important on the mili
Count Zeppelin's machine falls dis
tinctly within the 'lighter than air"
class and lins m.iny of ttio faults of
Hie bnlloou which has bin under de
velopment for centuries. Hut in this
trip along Hie Rhino the aeronaut np
Ienrs to bnvc controlled It admirably,
for be skipi-ed no towns fin the route
find encircled cathedral steeples. If
he didn't take the trip originally In
tended there wns method in his varia
tion of the route.
Whether tbe "lighter than air" mn-
chine has possibilities greater than
the "heavier than air" machine Is n
ouestlou upon which experts differ.
but Hie flight of Count Zeppelin's air
ship over the Prnnco-German frontier
whs au tmprosslte performance. It
showed that long distance scouting
with free lialloons is jNieslblc.
Alcohol and Psychology.
Now and then Profi'S-ior Hugo Mun-
(-terlicrg, iycliolnglst at Harvard,
turns the light of his science ujion
current conditions hero in Amerlci
Just now- the prohibition movement
lntcrcts him, and he trcnts of that In
connection with social psjclmlogy In
McClure's Magnzlnc. The professor
holils n brief for those who stand for
tomi-rotM use ns ngnlUKt abuso on
the ono hand and enforced teetotallsm
on the other. lie puts wine In tbe
clnss with music, with reading, with
tea, coffee and tobacco and other
ngents for soothing or exciting Hie
faculty's Oi' man. All mankind, he
f-ays, demands and must have some
sort of relaxation find social pleasure
find the fil-.litlon of wine and llijuor
would result In sulistitutlons much
The tnlshlon of alcohol as a factor
In chlllzatlon Proftsor Munsterbcr
dilan'S to Ik? the same as that t
liojrf. r.r faith or enjoyment or en
thusiasm Like these psjchologlcnl
tmnlfestntlons, it re-enforces certain
mcnTol stntc-s, with cirrtifiidlng pa
ruljsls of r.pposlte Mens and mani
festations, a process which the man
In the Mreet calls Jollying. Turning
his butteries against prohibition, tbe
professor, whoso Euroitean modes of
thought are every where disclosed,
fignln bafn-s his case upon psycholog
ical and social asiwets. Prohibition,
ho declares, docs not prohibit and
lends to a form of drinking which Is
worm for the Individual and for so
ciety than drinking at restaurants anl
clulm. To many ieople the arguments
on ItoHi phuscs of the question will
appear unconvincing liecauso of the
gaps In the logic.
To Swim and Not to Swim.
At the end of the lioatlng and swim
ming soason, if the record from Hie
ls.glnnlng is maintained, there will
have liocn several hundred Uws snc
rlfiivd In accidents due to Inability to
swim or to want of caution nlsmt
hwlmmlng. Most llvs are alahtc.
and esirf'elnlly the llvi of los and
girls or men and women who have the
gumption to go lu or uion the water
Kven foollinnllncKs Is only stn-nnous.
tics, cnrrbil too far. I'nlng out
M-ntlmcut, It really sterns worth while
to go to tho trouble mid expense, If
inHHsiiry, of teaching tlio oung hovv
to sulm. KiH plng ntlont nnd paddling
around Is not a ry difficult accom
plishment to master.
Hut there Is more to tho art of
Muiiiiinlug than the mere floating and
nrm plowing and leg kicking. Deep
hilcncc is Involnsl in tho making of n
water duck out of tho human Islng
Water Is n treacherous clement to
man. It bnojs up tho lsly and
makes swimming seem easy once the
stroke are mastered. Hut swimming
is an cxhnu.stlns everdse. Tor a hu
man liclng to Mny In the water with
out any ccnNe whatever U an ex
hausting process. The net of swim
ming Is at first exhilarating, but all
the time the swimmer Is pnlng for
tin' pleasure cnJii.Mil by drafts upon
the lungs iiml heart. Many exTt
swimmers conic to grh f Un-nuse they
are not exi it water ducks. They ci
ther don't know how to rest lu the
water when the are tired or do not
know or do not accept the unfailing
elgns of fatigue when they come. Hi
ImiKtlon will mcrtakc the strongest
Milmmcr suddenly, and It is utisafe
to Ignore wiirnlngs mi,) try to btnvo
It out anil get tlnoiigli the usual stunt
of so tunny jurda straight ahead or
many times across und back. In oth
er words, knowing when to stop is as
Important ns knowing how In this
matter of swimming
Pong Wrltcr-IIenid my latest linger
ing lilt, old tuatiV It's making tho
hotrlilcht kind of 11 lilt Willi the girls.
V.iudct lllinn- What's it surnamedt
Rung Writer "How'd You I.Ike to
lie the lllnmcy SI0110V" Puck.
The Effects of Circumstances.
A lady whom, vnlan wns ciulte mallow
Altntclcil to liu- u nlcu ft-lluw,
Till one ilny a cow
Slie thriuchl raised n row.
Fur In r ftii.iw she ci),.il with a tiellow,
Vice Presidential Candidate
Notified at Utica.
WHOLE CITY IN GALA DRESS
Senator Julius C Burrows Make the
SpeMh of Notification, and Other
Prominent Public Men Deliver Ad
dresses -Elaborate Decorations Ev
erywhereBand Concerts A-plenty.
rtlca, N. Y, Aug. 18. -Sherman
day" was ushered In with the Incom
ing of cannon, A salute of nineteen
guns announced that the ceremony of
notifying James S. Sherman of his
nomination for the vice pti'.ldency by
the Republican party had licgun.
The programme arranged was most
clatKirate, aud no event In the history
of VUoa brought out more elalsirate
iH-tinls Klynn, former territorial gov
ernor of Oklahoma, was the first of
JAMI.S s. sinn.MAX
thf iiiciiilN'r- iif tin- notification 'f,ni
mlttco tt iirrlv- He was follim,M li
TlminiiH linn lptn of tin rhllii'iiliM'
Two liourn lifter tlio (run salute ii
pfffit iiHriiilf was forimtl, mid tin
route of nmrrli led throupli tlit? citV
Ni't tin notification cornmlttw f
cirtoil tiylhe OmklltiR UncoiiilltloiiaK
tin' uiHrcliinff cluli wbirh mtr-tl
cn-Mt-riiMo attention lu Waslilnctoii
at tlio Inauguration of 1'resKlent
Uoi!fvlt, iirocfciliHl bt'liliij a inasacHl
l.;mrt of 110 picc-os tit tlio home of Mr
sSlnTnum, on 45eiH"iee strft
AiTniipMnentfl were made for tho
u-o of tin Majestic thoator for t lie
notification ccTemouies In the eont of
The notification oven-No ooourrel
feliuinly aftvr tho noon hour.
A l.latfonn was orertetl at the Shor
man home, where the ilit-oratlons were
Iirofuaf. lln. Julius C Hurrow ol
Knliitiuizoo, tlit chairman of the notlti
ration committee. iuldrvssit5 Mr Sher
iuhti, mitl the latter rcspoutltil to Sti
ntor Iturrows Stcretury of State KII
liu UiNtt, a warm friend of Mr. Sher
man, likewise delUered an address as
did Hon Thotmis Wheeler, major of
Vtica; Charles S Synionds, chairman
of the tltizwis reception oniraIttee.
and Vroftldciit M. W Striker of Ham
Tln'-.e and InvItfM cuests were enter
tulned at IuihIiimii follow lug the cere-
SKNATon jrurs lirnuows.
monies Chairman HlUhc.Kk of the
UVpuhllrau iititloiiiil coiuinlttee wan a
The pnKT.nnimo of outdoor nttrne
tiiuis had Imi'i; widely heralded
throuchout the btate, and had weather
was the only thluc that could mar it
Alnontr these scheduled outdoor at
trm tli.us were a Mrlo of events at
1 lira paik, tnr-tudlup a Stiite lea (file
li.iM'tiall came U'twecti the I'tica and
irniitoii ItHtiih. IrottliiK and pucinjt
niies motir ejele nice, uutomoltlle
nut: IihIIouu iisceiislou, mnnintj race
..I -itlila! ti-,iiia In rnsnitirti of the
Slate league team Imse runttlun, tint
line, tmll throwing, etc.
('Imml htlcctloiiH at the park were
mniounoed to Ik rendered hj the
Ilajilu male chonw. the rhUharmonlcn
ind the Vtica Muennerchor. l'our
hand)., one of fifty-four muhlclaiiri of
1 Ilea, tlie riflj fourtlt Uek'lmeitt hand
of KiM-iiOhter, 1 loiiu'i, hand of 'J roy
and (iaitlandV hand of Albany, cave
coiHt'lth. l'or the truest weie reserv
ed H)cm in trout of ihf tiratid Maud,
and arranccmcutM were made to take
them to the paik In a .tody In fifty
Jie autoiuohileH w hit h had Iteeu chur
tereil for the ticcaxlou.
Isiiter Mr. Slieiman cave a dinner to
tho iiotlUculii'n roiuiultteo and Invit
ed cucstH at the Yahuundiodi Jlf
c-luhhoiiMo. Hand concert!, an elec
trical display, fancy drill by the Conk
I'licondltloiift'i and tlrcworkti add
d tf the sceill'l. of ITHyetJ.
Tho clty'a detHirutlnuu caused wide
cominent, ns they were unusually
tiandomc. Kery trolley lole on each
side of tlie M I'ce I fmui ItacK'x auare
to Mr. Sherman's home, nearly two
1 le away. Ure a larfe Auierlrtl
tln jHpaiieso I mi turn with Incani
flt'fi'eiit lljrlitt In them were nii"lHrd
ld 111 Uouhle rous alt alouc lcliese
strtatL A luik'u trluiuidiul urcU Lm4
Ixhti erected orer th trldc wh
Mtatia the nrie nnal and the fnmt of
the nuildlnc and husne4 Mok were
n toa; of color Tle elctric display
waa l.rilllant, strlnc of llcht lKinc
used on tho hulldinc and atro the
street. Many of the mill nnd lulnu
places closed durinc the day. and th
afTalr proved n irrand holiday In honor
of Mr Sherman.
KEENE GETS TWO RACES.
Melisande Wins Dtmoltclle Stake at
Empire City Track,
Yonkers, N Y, Aug is At the Em
pire City track Jamiw it Koonc on
his wcond race of the afternoon in the
ItviuoUelle stakii for two- car-old fil
lies, the first v,1n coming vihcn Toot
pud took the ojienlng cunt
Melisande lookeil like the real good
filly she Is all through the lcmo!si.ic
stake race and held her field s.tfe at
all times, coming In ahead by alut
a h-ngth, with Nutter easing her up all
the why through the Mretch. Ootjtto
as an easy sunond.
Talcada and Tuny Honcro were
equal choices in the third race, and the
two fought It out in the stretch, the
former proving tho Kt. Tlie winners-
Tlrst nace. I"K.tpad. first: lllrd of
night II, momd; Kllemii. third.
Si-cond Itiice. Woodcraft, flrt:
James n Ilrady, second: Urlmnldi,
Tlilrd Race rnlcnda, flrt: Tony
nonem. second; Golden l'carl. thlnl.
rourth Itnee -Melisande fitt: C
tylto, second: Arondnck, third
Kirth Itiui.. -;owan. first; Cymbal,
second; Itoonia. thlM.
SUth Itiici- - ;oldcn Shore, first;
Itockstoue, Doeiind: Liilly third.
Gama Played In the National and the
A me ri tan League.
At fit Iulr-t w York : St IxmiU I.
( tnnlncs) HilKrl. n Mn'h, wjir.n anfl
ItrwiHhan. Snllee Tv N nn-1 l"nt
At CMcaco-OhicKo C. rhiliiiV-lphla. 1
n&tterl.'fl-Iteultihuli hrnl Mnrfin, roxen
Itlchle a n 4 Iior.ln
stanhino or Tim ci.rns
riltl.ur 4 2t CZl Olnctnnalira.1 C3 r.'K.
NwYorlcC 42 ,SW Dntnn V- Xfi 4
CMfvtsa. 69 4Z Drooklj-n. 3 M 372
Philn-phialiG 45 .tfc St Iuti 3. I'JJ ,2
AM HR I CAN LXAGUi:
At New Yt.rk-Clivelanfl. F, New York.
1, TiHtterleH Jt.si and IVmls. I-akc
Ioj-Jt an.l Klulnnw
At TUllaflflMiiii-rhllaflelrhta. 2; St.
louK 2 M lnnlnpr- llattrrl n Ctd.mt.
and Brhreck. Howell and Stepluns
At IstonIctroit. 1. Huston, a liat-terl..B-Willett
and Schmidt, Ste.lt and
At Waahlnirtcm Chlcapn, 4, Wafhlnc
ton. 4 a InnlriRs). IJatttrlfd-'Whlto.
Walih, Pullhan and Shaw; Juhnsxn,
9trct and Kahoe
STANHINO Or THE CLUBS.
w u r c w i r c
Detroit.... C4 40 CJ.fi rhila phla 49 f3
St Lrftuls lit K 4 llofcton tt M 1T2
Cleveland Q 4 .1775 Wafchtrm 41 fi2 2'k
Chicago... Z9 47 .K7 New York 23 Tl .217
Cheti Match For World's Title.
Jnesseldarf, Ans. is. Tlie thes
match of ellit Ramos up Itetwtvn the
world's champion, Kmanuc I.avkor of
New York, and Sleclert Tarnihcli. the
4ernian champion, for the champion
ship of the world Itetrau In thK tty
In-fore a jrreat assembly if i'iithuslasts
The flrfct pnme was left tluliuNhcd at
the thlrty-wiK'ond move after more
than four houiV day.
Fair Visitors at Lake George
Endanger Their Lives.
Olen9 rails, N. Y, Aug. is -starting
from nn ini-rheated Hue in one of tin-
cottages and i-picadlng rapid! de-pite
heroic efforts, by a Inn ket brigade
made up of guiM to ipjcncli it. lire
destroyed the Kant-kill House, In the
Kantsklll bay. Uike (Jeorce. and three
cottage. Some of tlie omen visitors
JoIih-1 the fire brigade aud reociriil
l.uni. and lutx on lug to the tliirlng
they exhibited In trlng to saw- proi
erty. Several men nNo were ln.1urtsl.
Tlie loss villi approximate over flli,-
Tlie Mayflower cottage, owned by
Mrs. N. r. Nelson, was the point of
origin of the fire The tlilrty-flve
guests of the cottage viere res'iiforiiil
b guilts from the cottages and from
the hotel, but soon tile fire was l,co!iil
i-ontrol and nuiikly spread to Ibe cot
tages of John Alliu of Ilrooklyu and
James Wing. Those also noon woio
eiivelo)ssl, nnd the tire then spread to
the KiiatsklM House, which was com.
To Appeal to Editers For Funds.
Oiloago, Aug 1s-lMltors nf ciery
Iicmociiitic and Independent newspa
per tluougliout ihe rnltcd Static villi
lie npi.alisl to by the Democratic na
tional comniltiec to start sul isciij it Ions
for the Deliim latle ciililpaigli fund in
their nes,.,,.r, ti,!, ,,! ,,1,1,.,
was ninde klioiMi by 1'ololicl Moses (
Wctniore, clialimim of the finance com
IlllltlS'. Is disttii, 1 ti'.ci the .Tort al
ready lhnui:utiiifd b , 1! inm
nilttis. to oliialn nioiii- i 1 .- ilium
clal represeiilatUes unilci Hi.-iliiiKtii.n
of the tintloii.-il iiiiimlttis.ui.iii In e.uli
of the states lu i,c country
Simpion Suet Mother-in-law,
Nen York, Aug Is. Dr. .l.uncs y.
Simpson, 11 dent it of this illy, who
wns slml and m rimed woiinilcl n few
s ks ago b hu iiiotle r lu-lnw, Mrs
Illhi Horner of Noitlipoii, N. y., has
brought suit ng.ilust her for Mii.iiiiii
daiuiiges. Dr. Simpson shut ami Wiled
his aged futlicr lu-l.in . lt.iitle T Hor
ner. Passaic Steil Mortgage.
Tieiitou. S .1. Anq. is William
Itlauxcll, as inistii-. lias liioiiulii a suit
lu tlie I'lilted States district court for
peimts-loii to foris lose a mortgage of
i.,'iii,iiii mi the plant of tbe 1'assaic
site ! cnmpuhT of rntcrsnn. N. J.
New Turkish War Minltter.
Constautltioplc, Aug 17. Osninn Nl
zaml Pashu has lnn appointed minis
ter of war tu succeed Iledjeb I'lisba.
who dlisl suddi-nly of apoplexy, llcil
Jeli I'lishu's death occurred while lie
was sitting at his desk nt the war min
istry. Scleral of the otllclnls rnlsis
susplcjuus as to the manner of the war
minister's death, nnd as a result a pot
mortem exumlnnllon has Ikh'U ordcriil.
Accident to Parseval Balloon.
Berlin. Aug. IS. -As the Tarseval
dirigible 1ml l. in was approaching its
lundlng place here It was fornsl sud
denly duwiinnrd by 11 current of nlr
while at a height of sixty fHt. The
gondola of the ship struck tlio ground
tlolriitly, brcaklui; the left arm of Cap
tain Vou KrogU.
Offers Money For Evidence
to Convict Rioters.
DEAD NOW NlLYiBER SEVEN
AWIlam Bowe, Chief Clerk In County
Treitjrert Office, Now Dying In
Hoapittl Eighty Arretts Have Al
ready Deen Made SomeHf Rmgleaa
Sprinxrfiol-1, 11U Anc is. iovernmr
Ivnccn hni lsui.tl lx pnclamatlonx,
one for entli l'Hiit Oeath durlns the
riot, oiTerine larjro money rL'wals for
evidence which would lead to tlie con
viction of the frailty pwons.
William llowu, chief clerk at the
county tirasurer ottlii K tljlnc at St
.luhn' bdtn1 from w .ids iviviv4d
In the deadly race rjotlnc Tho -tate'a
attonH'j 1- tak.nc a dcathtod tate
mont 45. W. Sfsttt. whf fhnt In th
luncs. 1 dead at the tiop.tal. mnVtiic
the total 4M of dead 'Von.
Alttiettier .ituie fifty or more cases
will lie ItiiMicht Itfoie the Jury, and If
the i'Xpictatlon of the state attorney
an fulfilled several hltlx-rto renoctHd
c Jtlzens will find themM-lves culled
upon to face serious charges In the
Confidence In Grand Jury.
The crnnd jury ha already won tht
roiindotief- of the rtnto and county au
therltM-- hy Its notion. ,
It is Mated that many citizens known
to haw important testimony repardlnj;
tho nioh and leaden have Iven de
torrisl from oftYrlnj; thi to the ttatei
attorney tHcaue of thn-fltfl of violence
made nc.'tltist thoni anonymousdy.
"1le riot could carcly ha tteen
prevcntisl, and real dNoac will yine
only If the trullty are allowed to
eaic" i- the opinion of the authtritics.
Sn the civic ldle! are at.ke.1 to urpe
all c"-! cltjzn. to rorenl fnely what
r of te-ttmony they may Niksss.
(lnlj "iH-cr eleht i.f oldcTHv N like
ly to .m-.ik thtuph the hcn prejudice
and assure eelit lttloiis accvrdluR to
the J n. lice
Tin Lml'erlii2 'f oldenoo haJ l-opm.
In t'.-iniet rolleetiien In plain clothe
were -out lo M-.'ii'eh the 1ioum of prls
tints, .nid iisHts. jind a- n nsult the
itt.llee -tati"tii lii like peiieral low.
Groceries. Liil):ile, clithlnc, drj'
:imnK and -JrtK's v-n reNo.cn4l in
.Teat qnaulitle., niiwi f them le.irin
he piieo 1n t.f the looted liusliiesi
Many arrest f dlnweii. Klchty pris
onei. wore nrnt'isl into the Mn.ill vll
rtmm nt the police statlttn. with -only
the cement floor avallalde for fclecpliiR.
The of tho irrcMs made iv recard
h1 as iiiijfortaut hy the police It "na
In tin- homes tf i1km men that most
nf lhe lo.t wa found. A slxih iH-rson
N K i.. oiihi ,y the ollce. who aver
liu t when 14 U unvMed nil of tbe
ilnM .old. -f the mo!t will lc In cna
toH U'-y Vo'His, 1 woiiiy-two year old.
one of ihe pri-oiiers taken, has con
t statiiim a huiiiIkt of fin,
liu mi1i. e k.ij M:il'eh of hi- rimius
n. ih 1 a iiinuHtj iif new o oralis,
-sh- I sh its and other articls of
Armed Poachers Resist Captors
With Knives and Rifles.
Seattle, Vnh.. Aug. ll.-Cable ad
vices fioin Vnldcx s.i that tbe Vnlted
States ieeiiiic (utter Hear has arrived
at I'tig.i, Alaska, bringing seventy-five
Japanese seal poachers from Seal is
land. 'Hie prisoners are a part of the crews
of two Japanese schooners captured
while stealing iuid killing seals on
The Hear lias started out again to
bt lug the remainder.
I'liltis Stales O.iiinilssloner Driffield
has onlcicd twent hie prisoners held
lo tlie federal grand Jury for oiumb
One of the captured schooners was
rigged to resemble the cutter McCu!
loi h It was heavily armed, and the
crew showed marked animosity toward
tbe Americans. Sewral of tbe ioach
ers oftensl reltancc aud stanoil to at
taik Ihe Auii ricaiis w ith scaling knives
anil piiwerfnl rlttes
The knHes hud blades ten Inchi"! long.
All were nvcrpowen-d without blisl
slasl. howi-Aer. liy the men of the reve
The itisoners are nearly all middle
ngisl men. and tlins' atv Is lliisl to lie
Japanese 4 rlnilnals.
Editors In Section.
St. l'.iul. Minn.. Aug. IS-IMitors
from all mir the I'uitisl Slates, tu the
uiuulH-r of scleral hinnlrisl, met for
the iweuty thlnl annual isinicnllou of
the National lMltoilal ass,N-lMtion Tin
mis ting was called to order b Ilenr
ltr.inseu arinr of l-xlnglon. N. t..
presldi-nt of the as..k iatloii The next
pris.l,eut will probal.1 U- Will n.
Minis, of the liiviu'iiuood iTex.l llullf.
tin. who Is the tu. lice prcsldml.
Live Stock Markets.
CATTl l: Siiiti, lli-hl mjirkst lowfr:
li .1 I l." it. priiii. I.'. nsb 10. ilsI
1 1. IT iT ' 1
liti; 11.-I-, 1ik filr. ninlk. t hluler.
i. hilllliM V lu TTIi-illlilMS, 17 liifiT IF,,
li'Mi -iik. is i:m liti.t ,.rkirs. i,:i
1.7 j.tcs I', i. J. M. r..uKl... f.us
8in:i:i' anii lamps Surpiy light;
mirkit si 1 .ul i . prime ithrrs. lllfisii,
i-ull. an1 c.iinnion. I2a3, lnuil.u, XSumu.
LIVE IWl.THY-Mteady. fowls. IJiia
IBn ; old ronsnrs, luc. 3 sprlac chlckrns,
HIinsSED I'Ol'l.TnT-Stiady and In
fair 1I1 irifind, flesh killed fuule, (hole,
IKSaHc , do , fair to guo,l, KVtalXr ; olil
roustirs, t(V: , ncarl.y broilirs, ltianc;
wt-sti rn tiriillers t'ilsc.
llfTTI'.U Creamery. si-rlsls. asc:
extras 28c . tlrsis. UkSr., state dairy,
rood to fin. t .nane . precise, sislale.
21. . txtrsK. Snujnkc . Imitation cresmiry,
frsts 1!V.. . la.lli s ltrfts, iltiil!o l psrk-li.s-
si .. k N.i s tTH-c
CllnnSK State, full cn-tm, siiecUts,
lstnlSc . fsncy. sniall 12c . fancy, late.
HHo. . good to prime, UaHV ; sklme. m
priutiil sM.clals tfic . fine, "a:
noos-rnsli galliircl. iilrn., Jto.:
tra tints. w:Tc , flists psillic , wcoriil.,
ICulTHc : fllrtlr-.. fresh gatlnrtsl. No I,
candied. lbittc . 0 t. l&illc . tliiske.
Mll.K-Tli. whnW.ele prim Is IU1 per
In guars can.
IN HAINS CASE.
Charges Against Brothers
te Be Rushed to Trial.
MRS. HAINS MAKES DENIAL
Wife of Accueed Army Captain and Al
leged Cau.e of Shooting Says She
Has Made Ne "Confession," as She
"Had Nothing lo Confess." but She
Signed a "Document," She Says.
long Islam! city, X. Y Aug. IS A
special grand Jury will is- Inuanclisl
within tbe next flw days. It wm an
nounced, to Indict Optaln IVIer f
Ilalns, f. S. A, and Ids bmtlier. T.
Jenkins Halns, fur the killing vt Wil
liam i:. Annls at the llaysldc Yacht
Captain Hatns will 1 lndkKsl fot
murder In the first degnv and his
Iirother a. an iicixs&ory tsfore the
munlor. Is.th csjiltal Ttmes. A s.
rial term of the riminal br.tnch of tbe
supreme court will then la- f unrated,
atid the two men will la- plains! on
trial within a month after tin- com
mission of tlie murder, almost uupreoc
dentisl swiftness of Justice In this
Tills course was decided upon by
Iltrlct Atloroey Ira I) Harrln ol
Qui-ens county He said he was In fa
vor of tbe siavdlost trial Iisslble. aud
owlug to the press of other legal busl
lies. w b,m the regular grand Jury om
vm in Ortidwr the two men onll
narily would not come to trial Iiefore
Iecem1 r at the earllvst.
Mrs. Hains Will Help Mrs. Annis.
While the authorities were thus plan
ning to exiasllte the trial Mrs. Ualus,
wife of the army officer, was In New
York, determined to help Mrs. Annls.
the wife of tlie dead man. In ewry
way she could to further the prosecu
tlim Mrs. Ilalns, over whom the shooting
Is said to have tKx-urrisl, was asked if
It was true that she bad made what
was dcscrllied as a confession of la-r
knowledge of the matters leading to
the crime. She said:
"There Is no confession In exlt
ence. I bad nothing to confess. I did
sign a document tlie contents of which
I knew nothing, but did It Iiecausc I
was forced to.
"I had Us-n kept without food for
two days, and in this wcakcmsl condi
tion whisky was forcisl ujsm me.
Then they brought me a donmicnt and
made me sign It. This must 1 tbe
confession' that they sjicak of."
EVA BOOTH MAY DIE.
Salvation Army Commander Collapses
After an Address.
Warsaw, In.l, Aug. lS.-Ovcrcome
hy Intense beat after addressing an
andlence of l,Ufl0 is-rsons at Winona
Lake Bible conference. Miss Kvi
Booth, commander of the Salvation
Army of the I'lilted States, collapsed
Just after lernlng the auditorium and
is now under the care of physicians,
who fear that she Is in a very critical
Miss Ih Kith Is at Ilungalow village,
the home of Dr. J. Wilbur Chapman.
SHERIFF TO HUGHES.
Saratoga Official Asserts He Enforced
Albany. X. V.. Aug. IV. -Attorneys
for' ii llr.idley, Jr, sheriff of Sara
tie siuiit. tiled with Governor
Iln.nes the sl.cilfTs upl 1o diarges
that he bad failiil to eiifonv the anti
gambling law at the Saratoga race
'I hose chiirgi-s were prcfcrtiil by
Walter IjiIiIIhu. clniriiian of nn or
gaui2.itiou of (lilzcus who s,. them
seH.s the aiitlrais; track gjinl,UnK
Tbe isiiiiiiiiltis- allegtsl that during
the present lining sc.lsoll public lct-
tlug had lsii openly comlm-iisl with
nut IlilelfelVlov b the shililT and bis
Mm lit! llraillej's ilefcnM' Is a gen
ei.il denial ot the ihnrgcs. and he sets
foith thai he has enforced the law.
as he understands It. to tltu last of
his information and alalllty.
No such warrant has la-en given to
Iiliu, liinidds, nur lias a violation of the
law Us-n i-ommltlctl In his presi-nce.
Railroad Utuea Ultimatum,
Mouti-eal. Aug Is 'I he i'aii.idl.in 1a
ellle railHny oiII.ts Ih ic state dclliilie
1 that an strikers who do nut iv
turn to wink at ouis will not Imi n--iiu-pluod.
To till their ila(s the railroad
has os-Uil lalau- bureaus throughout
Canada. Those oatied Include fine
tuiih In tbe following cities: Montreal,
Toronto, Haiiilltoii, Windsor, St. John,
N. II., and Kingston. Several hate
also la-en oja-ncd In Great Ilritaln.
New Brooklyn Bank.
Washington, Aug. IS. The comptrol
ler of the curreucy baa Issued a ccr
tlticate to the 1'is.ple's Natiutial bank
of Ilrooklyu anthoritltiR It to la-gln
I.usIih-ss with a capital stock of $i?i.
Tbe president I (iwrge W.
Sjiclrce; vliv pri'sldent, tjiorge C. Mil
ler; cashier. J H Konisdorfor,
Serve Thomat With Warrant,
Long Hianili, N. J Aug. 1H.-MIV
llonalre 1". It. Thomas, who Is lu the
Monmouth Memorial hospital here
with a dislocated knee, reiilnsl In an
automobile. s Idisit, was sr4sl with
a warrant charging him with reckless
driving, He furnished ball for spi-ear-
auiti at bearliuT oa cent. 21.
Then Mrs. Spooler Slmfe
ONE YOUNG BOY IS DEAD.
Poverty Stricken Woman, Married
Twice, Grew Despondent Over Many
Troubles and Left Letter Saying
"Life Holds Nothing For Me In the)
PougTiVoople. S Aug. IS. Oss-
nt the fa' child the had
Is. toned as dead In his bed.
Mrs. Ida S .meed a revolver to
lier bead V jot btraclf. She fell
across tbe le Just as UorrU, another
Imy to whom sbe had admlalstarad
morphine, sprang from hi bed to
strike the revolver from hur band.
Her daughter. Mettle, who bad re
fused to take the adson her mother
nffcrcd her In the iralac oC medlcloe,
ru.bisl out and called neighbors, wbo
told the isillce Mrs. Simooer tu
found unconscious, Gardiner, tlx
years old. was dead, holding a bmae
ball In lils arms; Morris, slxteca rear
oltt, was suffering acutely from the
poison, and IZaslman, nine yaara old,
was unconscious. Tbe mother and tbe
two thlldrcn were taken to Vaaear
hospital The 1-sly of the dead child
was removed to an undertaker's.
Care Made Her Despondent,
Mrs. Siskt had tiern married
twlis. Tlie canrs f brlnirlrig up her
family had made her d-sondnt, and
a letter she left sbow-ed that the mur
der and suicide had been carefully
planned. Tlie rooms In which the fam
ily lived were rly furnished.
In her letter Mrs. SiKwoer said:
"rve always been an expense a4 n
trouble to those wbom I should oars
for Instead of they for me. Life has
held nothing for me for tbe put two
years and holds nothing In tbe fatmaji
so far as eye can stretch, only wort
and care and resions!btl!ty of brlnfs
Ing up a family all alone."
tiers War PrtSHKS SM.
Tangier, Ang. 1R tteporu yoat re
ceived from tbe army of Abdul Asht,
tbe sultan of record, say 200 prison
ers captured In the recent encteemeot
with the forces of Mulal land, the
pretender, were massacred by hie
trooits as the "roost convenient" way
of disposing of them.
The helpless prisoners were lined np
Icfore cannon aud mowed down.
Several foreign officers wbo are fight
ing with tlie sultan protested strongly
against such a tartaric course, bat
Alalul hlm-elf. It Is said, ordered their
dentil in retaliation for tbe tosses hie
army sustained In the early stag-es of
The Utile, which will undoubtedly
terminate tlie war In tbe sultan's fa
vor, was fought near Marrakesh, nnd
It was at first reported as a sweeping:
xictor) for tbe pretender. Such It
would have l"ti had not a heavy body
of re-enfonvments come to tbe sultan'a
aid after his army had been put to
Tbe arrival of re-enforcements was
unexpected, and tbe tide of battle turn
ed wholly against Mulal. Abdul Arts
resirts that 30 o tbe pretenders
forces were killed a d 5.2U0 wounded
and so much tawity ti ten It was neces
sary to nil it for lit V or nothing be
fore the army could move.
Congressman Burke 8peke.
New Salem, 111, Aug. 1& Congress
man James 1'rancls Burke of Plttslairg
delivered an address at a "Iteputdlcan
day" celebration here. Tbe subject of
Mr. Burke's sjas-ch was "Tbe Tower
of the President."
DEFY WHITE MEN.
A Violent Race War la T
nessee. Knoxvllle. Teuu, Aug. 18. Negroe
are l.ng driven out of two mining
illstib ts mar Jelllisi b au armed
band of white miners mid mountain
eers. Three hundred tiegna-a men.
women and children- have tied In ter
ror Into Jclllco and other towns.
A band of se cut sine negroes took
refuge lu a isunpiny bouse lu Autraa,
scleral inlli- from Jellli. and, armed
to the tistll, atv bidding dctlauce to
miner, and mountalni-crs estimated at
from ii"i to !i lu iiuiula-r wbo hive
tumiuiiihsl iIh plai-e and are thrcateo
lug tu kill ami bum tin in and tbe en
Tbe band of whites, heivlly armisl.
quietly isillis-tisl all tbe tiegrias at
Kings Mountain mine, lour tbe T. -tiessis
Hue. anl dime tlielil like sheep
all .In) in tie- illns lloii of Jrlllra. Tlie
IiegriH-s Irmilisl 4 Ighlis-ti miles. At
nltht the whiles pcnulttisl the women
iiml children to camp nnd eat what
tiny iiuld isillist. but foixasl tbe aea
tu tuo e on.
Magoon to Viiit Roosevelt.
Havana. Aug is In rvsanse to
riesliltut l;,.s. icH's IVgwat to Mt
blm at Ulster Hay slsl dlM-uss the
Cuban situation .wiiior Magia-.n, ac
rompanlcd by aptalu J. A. It) an of
the riftconth cavalry, baa b ft Havana
for v" York
Three Race Betting Arretts.
Yonkers, N. Y Aug. IH.-Three ar.
rests for nlleged gambling were made
at llm Empire City rate rack. It ts
tbsrgis that the meu were taking Iiet
In xlolatlou of tbe law. using a code
system to represent tbe borsei the
' ds atid tbe amount wagered.
Heart of the Stork.
Tbe Arabs bare superstition that
tbe stork baa a human heart. Wheat
ne of these birds builds lu nest on a
housetop they believe the happiness of
that household la Insured for that