The citizen. (Honesdale, Pa.) 1908-1914, December 09, 1908, Image 1

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    fg Semi- Weekly Founded!
1 1908 I
1 Weekly Founded, 1844
i2 Wayne County Organ
$ of the
65th YEAR.
NO. 41
Again Discuss Conser
vation of Resources.
fatiOnal Capital the Scene of a
Rouble Gathering In Re
sponse to Invitation of
the President.
Washington, Doe. 8. Not since last
lay, when the governors of the states
I met here in response to the Invitation
nf President Roosevelt to discuss the
question of the conservation of the na
tion's resources, lias the national capi
tal been the scene of so notable a
gathering ns that which assembled
here today.
Today's sessions began this rooming
with an informal meeting in the red
room of the Wtllard hotel for the pur
pose of organizing. This afternoon
there will be a great general meeting
In the Belasco theater, at which "Presi
flent Roosevelt and President 'Elect
faft will be among the speakers who
will address the members of the Joint
ronservatlon conference, the rivers and
harbors congress, the -southern com
mercial congress and oilier organlza-
tiocs with allied objects whose ses
sions in Washington beip to mtia up
What 'has been called "conservation
After the opening session the .Joint
conference will take up its business in
earnest at the Hubbard Memorial tall.
The plan ii to take up one after an
other the main subjects which the na
tional conservation commission under
Chairman Gifford iPi-ctmt baa been
tu dying waters, lands, forests, min
erals. Distinguished men. Including 'gov
ernors, senators, TepresentattTes, bank
ers, business men and others, will -address
the meetings. 4. .T. Hill, John
Mitchell, Andrew Carnegie and a ecore
of other representative xen hare ac
cepted invitations to be present.
SJnoe the conference seven months
a, -Then the president quickened the
uterest of the ntlre nation in hm of
Its most perplexing problems, the na
tional 'Conservation commission has
made an Inventory of the natural re-
sources -of the country. This invento-
i rj will be presented to Chairman
Plnchot, who in his report to the ppes
Ident Jan. 1 - will make recommenda
tions which both the work of the om-mlsstan-ttad
the joint conference may
suggest as vital iu solving the conser-
vation prdWem.
The Inventory is completed now as
far as present knowledge can go. The
members of the commission declare
and the country as a whole Is con
vinced that the state of affairs is one
that requires immediate and effective
The problem that the joint confer
ence must help to solve is what form
this action must take and in what di
rection it must he pushed to be most
effective. This is a task which de
mands the shrewdest Judgment which
the national conservation commission
can call to its aid. The commission
rtoclares that It realizes that It has
reached the critical point In Its work.
All the. Information It has gathered in
Its months of study will result in noth
ing of permanent value unless It can
be made the basis of a practical pro
cram of constructive activity.
Japanese Veeiel Founder Off Welhal
wei In a Gale.
Kobe, Japan. Dec. The Japanese
teatner GIiihcI Mani foundered off
Welhalwel during n galo.
The entire crew nnd all the passen
gers, seventy persons In all, were lost
tcII------ t
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Says the North Yearns For a Closer
New York, Dec. .8. President Elect
William II. Taft, who came to KeW
York to address the North Carolina
society of this city, was given a tu
multuous reception by the members of
the organization and by prominent
men from all parts of the south at the
annual dinner of the North Carolinians
at the Hotel Aster.
Mr. Taft In ho course of nn address
which was coiiilned entirely to the
south and Its problems urged that the
voters of that section should break
away from the outlived sentiment and
traditions of their past political affllla
lions and cast their ballots In accord
ance rather with their economic and
real lmlltical beliefs.
Mr. Taft - declared that nothing
would give him greater pride during
his coming term In the chief executive
office than to o direct the policy of
the national government with respect
to the southern states as to convince
the intelligent citizens of the south of
the desire of his administration to aid
them in working out satisfactorily the
serious problems before them and of
bringing them and their northern fol
low citizens closer and closer In sym
pathy and point of view.
"During the last decade."' saM Mr.
Tuft. "Iu common with all lovers of
our country. I have watched with de
light and thauksgiving the bond of
union between the two "sections grow
tinner. I pray that It may be given to
me to strengthen this movement, to
obliterate all sectional lines and leave
nothing of dlffere'nce 'between the
north and south save'R friendly emula
tion for,, the benefit 'of our common
At the ronvlmlon of practically ev
ery one of his po'lnted sentences Mr.
Tuft was interrupted by cheering. Ho
frankly expressed himself regarding
the o called ""negro question" and de
clared that neither ho nor the Repub
lican liarty had any idea of forcing
npon The people of the south the.domi
nance of an Ignorant class.
?tflj aieese rtat"that
there Is or'otight to be a common
ground -npon 'which we can all stanfl
In respect to Ihe race qnesfion in the
sontYi and 'Its political bearing that
tal;es tiway any justification for main
ta'tnlug the continued solidity of.tba
onth to -prevent the called negro
'The fear that In some, way or other
a -social equality between ttoe races
slinTl Ik; -unforced by law or brought
a"hout by political measures really has
ire foundation except in the imagina
tion of Those who fear such result."
"Mr. Taft declared that the north
yvarns Tor a closer association with
the south and quoted -statistics to
show that the industries . the south
'fend grown and prospered more Qnring
Yhcpasfc-tfecade than any other section
T the eontry. He eW it was entire
ilF practical for the sonh to adopt
laws tfhich would square with the fif
teenth amendment to the constitution
and yet prevent the dominance of an
ignorant class, olth-r white w black.
tebeelatJ-sag bf Prestiea and la 9Uat! DJa
. posed to .TaUc.
PoUdusa, Dec. &TJhe emperor, who
lias been living in occlusion tax three
vweeks, 'has resumed audlenoes with
.ceference to official business, the
.finance .nilnlster. Bares von J-heln-lusden,
aad Heir von Valentinl, chief
of the civil cabinet, being among those
Although' the emperor H ableflo talie
long walks and rides, he seems great
ly (depressed by recent events and is
not disposed to talk even to members
of Bits household, as he feels ideeply
his loss of prestige abroad and caaons
his lown people.
Th emperor feels grieved that old
loyal, such as Baron von
Rbeinbaden, -General von Klnena and
Dr. tSertbmann-Holweg, as well as
Chancellor vo Bulow, should desire
to limit his freedom of speech in his
after -dinner conversations, wen
though with foreigners.
Strike Averted by Concessions to Coa
ductors and Trainmen.
New Haven, Conn., J)ec. 8. As a re
sult of conferences between the gen
eral committee representing the con
ductors and trainmen of the New
York, New Haven and Hartford rail
road and General Manager Higglns for
the company the railroad men were
granted every concession asked for in
the matter of mixed runs and the ex
tension of mileage in the passenger
In turn the men gave way on other
minor unit tent that were being con
sidered. These two grievances, Jt Ik stated,
were the chief cause of the friction.
Turkey Extends the Boycott,
Vienna, Dec. 8. The boycott of Aus
trian good at Constantinople la in
creasing. .1,000 Turkish fliins having
been added to tho boycott con.inltleo's
IM In the last few days.
Portrait Making in the Long Ago.
When" the grav-haired men 6f tu-dnvt'1" w, m " m'
. " ,',..: t.i. land's store a few months before, and '
Vere UOVS, UUll Wieil Pisilia nviv kiiic,
could have their pictures "took," even
, . -.-.l UA ov. tlinv ltml
. !-.
uneamenis perpciunieM iui itiv iiviiun.i-
tron tif their descendants,
i In Honesdale's early days James Wil-,
sob an'd Joseph Vandersluys were the ,
, popular oil portrait painters, and it is I
the yiridc of many a nyne countean ,
to-day, to take his visitor into the sacretl
precincts of his parlor, and show him
the pictures of father and mother, done
on canvas bv those noted artists. The
till remain, mute witnesses of
e still of their creators, hnt
c Skill oi uieir crtaiore, om,
portraits still
--.lot!- d- Ih. r rrontflK. hill .
..u " 1 I
I sad to relate, the painters themselves
! passed under a cloud. Wilson, after sol
lecting everything due him m a plea
that he was
imexnectedlv called awav
t ar ,.(-,!.,, jt
bv the death
Honesdale and forgot his 'own obhg-
tions, nevtr returning ; anderslnys,
thev rarclvsaw counterfeit presentments , , , . " "i-v , , -., ., ,.-,. .,..wr, ami uiai uie i wmran, uayne o., on .ugist ,
n iwmw l eveent in lookllin Ulas-c- . ,ulorul"8 anotner siriKing iimstra- unter, by adopting the rates and busi- Three years later the family re
-we don't av "mirrors " because such ,e 0ld say,ng tl,at two of a ( ness methods of the Old Line Compan- SeeM.lle, and there she lived
nrUtocratic hmiries were rarelv heard i . . aRree: . ,e "vsllP'lxcs IMrMiniw ora ' Iraterual In- seventeen years. On April 7,
nf hMf a cen.nrv or more in the past. , u,e tn-.e.01 wwing battle, 1 SnrflliOP. ' was married to Cornelius C. Jadw
i ft mi n srPflii !-. v.t ,m... i. ..- 1 ri I i . i. . ' ..
T K xxhn lmil t .M.f.i.$ v . -M, inKiW, on DCIiail OI llie a ivw muiiuiS) iawr uwy uiaue
after allynig himself wn one oi hc iEKJVi.nTaMtV
most respectwl families in the cocfhtv, Trcndid pictu-rsby me are done
, , ... .. ., ., . --"J";y.inniiuiccflari, mey siaaoen the
abandoedhis wife, and.inl&jl, theough eye."
proceedingsinstituted fcy hrrnest ifiend, Wlemderful-stridw have been made in
Pope Bushnell, she watsgrabtexl a decree iplKography-sitic the da-s of theise
in divorce from her miant hnsbsnid. I pkneers in the an, and Hoiesdale lias
If the reader wmld like "m-see sil- always been.foi:niate in theskill of her
hnwttes of tlic Tomincnt people of pieture takers. Prominent among eSie
Wayne county imirlie early diys, lie can Jmg -succession of the names of ou lo
be gratified thiw.h a call ?pnn almost 'rn artists arc-ihose of Focdiscli, Kel,
any of our oWtefr't families. When cut MTiittaker. Steams, (father and -son)
the portraits! were eaMly wrcognizable. ..Bodie,-IJftVpjotscli, Rohbins and Ridge
and even tcnSav family wseniblanoes wav.
are readily traced in their ' delicate a
accural! jtfGrt&negii-.
'The itrt6ww rarer because iawi
more cxpowive. The Tportraits wore
usually cm-oil shells, and a wry fine'
specimen 'fit this class w; work, a mo&il
lion Kirtrait of the lat Rev. Dr. Zwli
ariah 3?arMlrick, cirwE in 1S4T hy J.
Whitfield, can be sseoii at the jewvlry
store of Sliss C. IVtersen.
It is .net the purpose of this artioi- to
slviw that these early methods of ;por
ttaitnn!tavebeenavtn;lysupejwde. On
tlteeoittrary, a first -class oil portrait, or
an :ntktic salhouette, or aa -aoenrate
ottineo would pTdbably eraunmid a
fcargorjirice now Khazi ever below.. Still
the tints remains thflt, throcffhiiplotog-
raphy as now "developed, a thousand
Gikonmses arei made to-day m -,-qrj por-
tTait mimed oat bvianv othT miet&od in
vogue sixty years ;o.
'Ulit writer iell remembeT.'itu! be-
'jiniiiiag of what is now the photograph
'business in Ilfimidale. 8t -vcivt only
iifivi-wr six yeacre -after Tjsqus dicquea
Slande Daguerre I'.had perfeoesdlics pro
jesa "in France, hat, a genial ihnt sadly
iKlefonned man named anx, ,pui in an
' appearance; in nite i iboroth, uneid an
nounced himseJ. as a dagonrionartisU
litierDiade good. Ticturea taijoniiy him
..areiiir. existence ao-day, tad -a!.'! be a
ient4jryj or nioj3ience, nnrimnRed and
Following Mr. Ward caiue "George W.
iJolloiner, from !.Wilkes-Baope, .in 1 1 852,
locating in the Foster block; .and..!. A.
SlaiKiriester, of tlie firm of Manchester
Brotiiers, Providence, R. I., who 'Opened
liis studio over Hand & Kirduindle now
illonn Frennd'ajittore. Tbe latter so
Sicited orders for ""Crayon"" porttaits,
twhich "for beauty Jiul art-etae -tasit are
tar .superior to ti-. old." Fr .tlo,tirst
fewyeiirs 'Sir. Colltmer was a inira
tory bird, staying is town fw year or
two,-aiid then,aane- proccs8w.deve.5ap-
ed, takieiR flight to JTew York or Phila
delphia -o perfect hi.nself in Iik art&sd
kwp liimself in UmicJi witluicwniiethode.
la November, 1KH, he sold Et tiT.
, !, Brojiln-, w ho claimed an expericn
i of six -years, giving him a practical
knowledge of all the tete iniprov-iienl'
in the nrt ; and declan-d that lie wn
"able tO'Cumpete with the firnt artists
Of tlie land So please the most fastidious."
In Octobei, 1S55, S. IVullock succeeded
tjt IIh- SlHtichester galkry, and in 18.V!
Sir. Collnmer returned and bought out
Bullock. Tite next yeav he formed a
' partnership with J. 11. Condit, son of)
Reuben Condit, of Waymart. Sir. Con-
I...I... n ., . ..
riu -milium, i lie t'OllBllier and Condit
firm otablisl.ed tlien.wlves where
dil was a natural artist, and had spent ,:,. r, i, , " , ' Vi' n ' I P08Flu,f'- "niy after he had left the 1. So i 1 KiiVri i. Z f. i V,a"arc'aI1I)"'"1i
considerable time in learninglithograpliy ' Z 1 1 m f h,mt' JlrS' Jndwln Iiad I'aken of ! ?en.o -ed I, 'uM a. V,"" W.a8.4?a!
l.ef,,e coming to Honesdafe. Con.binl I J r J Ts ?Jft3 '"V Ab"1" fl ' ', .ra
ing that art with plmtography he got ont ' L " 1 " . , l"!j,T 1 """"U,R af",r '" 1'It Iray had lieen ! P"';t lime. He was i,,i ffi
a beautiful pecimei, of 1 is skill in the ! , , , K ",.prlof V1" removed, JI.Vh Dora SI. Conger entered lV 'ife Lo' J". '''''. I. O. f). F,
Miapeofa llonesdale hank note as an Z TLTtkto S'l " '' a''c1Kf mel
advertiMng card, iij.icl, as m nearly a 1 yltU , " , a ,'enrlv t,, dm ,n i fl"r'. ?th twt "n tht' hnh ,n ' 1' Wall""Paupack .2h1$"J& 'n
fat- M.nile of the genuine bill in )I mve ' SI "n.S m ' ?? b'"'S down or rising fche had , jJj.'T'i ? ? ' 1 lvpl,50rf,? I . fna"
the wording, an rendered it likely to de-1 ! , , , apj.lause.) fapn u m floo ,k, , hi tl, o dest or near-oldest Aid Fe low
7 " r -or h . i "25 1: JSK: ' iJ'z;; ? r Md 7 am, ?u vrP ArB',-
was found neeesKary to suppresn its ,.. ,.J,i .i..i , ... ... . " , , lu ro" ln-d, Imrned for assistance, and change the mail at ,. i.V fi '
Dunkelberg's meat market now stands,
on Slain street, announcingtheir gallery
as 'opposite Col. Seely's Slansion."
William A. Carrier had opened a
.1 . ....
yt'nrs. Both sides ran to poetry, Col-
anisiic a
Hprenrr n fmv $:imnlM '
Time Is prosrcsslnz
And stealius your beaut y ;
"Twill be quite dlstrvMnc
It jxu neglect duty."
"ou will not wait it you behold
The pictures here displayed.
Hu t felcti alone your choicest sold.
And have your likeness made."
"Vome In and cet your picture.
And It shall be tiptop :
'Twill not be dark and f?y
As at the other shop."
Wc can give only one $pcc. t n ni tle
and Condit poctty.:
,".M i apaJnterO'thc Snn.hev:
vlnisoiiUrciwo.aiHl ihc ini isdreh
X svctothinifcmtti0oivvc, !
1 1 And a vtaWmvttitJr-
1 elve to the Summer a .ien shS-i'i "
Ti'eroysNhicAutumtJ'hts red and cray.
i i I m i lib iwr iKinrairs fu iiifKO wiin ri 1 1
1 At the upJ-date calkrr where I shine,
Mthapactteof llfhtl-drawthtmall.
i And I add more charms 'to the face dlvl
Ot-Ser f the Golden SeaC at
-Stasnccn. Baaquet acd
Enthusiastic Meeting.
Tbo a Cap of the Order ,S,xltr, in Kqui; this ctrantv, died la. ""JIT"1 "llrs"f gentle dignity, ii.i
the t.oldon Seal helda public iieetingw !lv.wk of hftart Av,.a. S5Kf. v,n ,-. Selfishness, and devotion to the duties
Moatdavevening, in Jlrs. Strcig's HaU.
Arthur K Bouton. she Suyrf me Secre
tary, met with a very enthusiastic rc
cchuu Previoust. the mcting a ban-
qurt wcrved at the Monrtain House,
wtach.ifn -delicacy n,f coobiag, and -
ceiBeiioe -of se-l would be hard to
oeat-D-ve best equipped tnotels of the
latce tees. Aniscog tfcwi- present at
dinner .were A. F. Boutcr.asnd Charles
Hanbni-, of Roxbtrj-; It D. Bunnell,
of Scranton ; Joseph McMpSkhi, Snsque
lenaa,nd W. W. Mumford, Dr. E. W.
Iitwntoi!, Dr. J. M. DeJ-nx, V. Erk, fi.
L Cullender, W. A. Crsley, A. W.
Luxabec, A. W. (Brown, Irvine Buck;
J. 21. (Cement, r. n Sirs. W. G.
X-ashei, Alba F. liic,.aod SlissHSarni.
Dorothy, the pretty little daughter 1
Mr. and Airs. C. VL Smitb, dressed io
i-r.-.-titc dress, -B-rved'aelicious home
made candy. Great praise was bestowet.
oe lifst Smith for ihe .-admirable ar-
raxcements he liafi made; and also c
his me,nogether with Mrs. E. H. Hen-
derwin intvd Sire. JO. Swcrtz, for their
excellent cookery, and also for the dainty
decnuctiorof the tallies orifi dining roam,
L'urmgahe receptxin wfcich preceded
tlw x uner, Sliss Sata& Whuiple rendered
in liar well-known 45tfJe s-tral excellent
M&exftxxns on the puuno.
iter .dirjner tlie npaj.-v adjourned '
10 jur r-irpng-siiAH, wnw. was paefcod
withpple YromStim!ca,ar8on,Poy.. -
u-ihj, cenuj-Kcn,
Tbe Slarucea Band, render the leader-
snip oi xuviir.n btiiteSn, enhrtained tbe
large audirtiot.
W. W. JlunJord ptided. and thow
present on liie platfonn rre A. F. Bon
ton, Clias. Hfii nm-, R. I. JJijinell and
A. F. Hine.
The chairman n introdncaugAlr. Bou
ton, told of tbe treat work the Order of
i. V.-M... t - ' . .. ..
T'.r?r''J? -"reBt-
...oi . .i.,. .... ,..
Z a ... ,, ' , social j
... ..... u,.... ... u.ryu g peo-
ple of the place, and urged on h hear-
ers hi' neeeonitv r -ii... !,,,.
a. Camp Mh ,B , o d r
mighl become act nairJd wit . all Ihe
dans ,d working ' . n ' ' "" .
""."-- mm, Pill llie ll-JH WOI1IU
, i,, , ,. ....
" ' "Oiiger i nil in" n jwcinucr Uie
Lesu it Cost.."
He showed clearly that the methods ,
adopted by the Order with the sanction j
'and commendation of tile Insurance Do- '
partment is ihe cheapest and safest in-'
'J vised. In all their work ,
S. H. Wolfe, the well-known Insurance
people of Stamcca, said that a committee
had been fonued to prepare a series of j
questions, and he would ask Sir. Bou-
ton and Sir. Hanbury to answer them. ,
Tl. .. .. 1 .1 .1
I i hi: uiisnera uy iiic-e vniiciiicn
I were more than satistaclory, eliciting I
hearty applause.
1. I). Bunnell, the newly appointed
Supreme Organixer of the Scranton Di
vision, in a hnmAfiMiK nilln-to nntliniwl '
the methoils lie hoped to adopt in his ! Tfii funeral services were ht(d on Sun
dhtrict toward making the camp a cei" 'day afternoon, Rev. Ir. V. H. Swift
, trc of social and intellectual life in the officiating. The following relatives of
' various rommttnilies. Sirs. Jadwin, from ont of town, were
The chairman, in closing th'e'rsftting, .
conjjratolatcd the Order of he Xtolden
Seal on thr business plans, ior as an
I.T . -j i j.i. .
T. , : ' l '
more his Insurance o4 Vm. hut with
" B "uwm OI ne vwien beai, in uie
Old Ixsx Field, there was nothing for it,
but that the longer xtiti were a member
'the 5ess it would cost. He urged the
people to take sowte'insurance, and thus
ntaicc protection for'those depending on
Cordial votes, df'thanka were passed w
the band, to .WF. Bouton, Charles lltm-
burj-, and tbt'Chainnan.
An exceSJSbt buffet lunch was dlieu
served by Krs. Caden.
years i
c x.:i.3 . .... i j
Sirs. William Booth, of Tttis'uiwn-;,, si.j ,-iw,, -rs,-.'
un-BuuiKun t iiuiin tuuure a , i..ii i i.. f i, a ."It ,
oi last week, mc ots .,. AHfUrti'U-ti
bi aire, anu is siimwaav ner litx- . ... -;jei-,
H, - lSlT S8 "cMweetotss ail anuabaUv.of&arMtetv
6.11m, se-en wtiroriWwintfAm Ufinc-ient of natmv, qnkk intrfligenc
' , .- a. -
Shs. Lvdia B.Ml,n,vd .i..1 n.l -s.
n. t ,f tT;.,.wi. -Li. t '
UrrchcHl eiRbUMMglit xcrs if she h.d
:iixd until Xei Yearfiav, having b-n
hhrni.,FK-knA i.- i ci
,to lis 184fi. Tho tWM is
. by mrriwl daughter.. lw
!d,.8bal diednm veare ago.
; Bert. Woaansee-ionnerir ,f lak-
fomo- ie conity, dk of consuosiktion,
ait Arteffii., Jttv Mcsaico, on Tuesday,
-Nov. SAtix. Jjf was .a son of tfjlwster
"Woocl-uuieec, of Jjikf Como, and Menl
-westeif-Lteeirc-enrs ago, being 'ntploj-ed.
by to CL h.l overntnent as a surveyor.
He 37 years old, and leaves sur-i
-ing a ifo and a d-aaghter 4 vears old.
3iianenaiisiv.cre brought Imibc for in-
Al5suSonj Jtegg,of BerEa twacship,.
died an. "her home ontheSIast Hope road,,
on nfiay, if-jcember (5th, 1908. Had
sheH-vefiaintilthe coming Sunday she:
wocM .hare racched Hie age of 64 wars.
She TK iboni .in Jfeanover, Gerstany,
and came to Shis coontrj' enfaen twenty
yeart .old, mmrying Henry ftegg ta-o
years ilatnr, byvhom:and eight children
she k jEurrived. Sirs. Utegg m as a wnsa
ber s ith iLuUieran congKgatios of 1
Honeoflnl anfi the nstor, fiev. tV. F.
Hopja, wlll ofliotate atehe funeral servi
ces, mliich will ke held in the church at
2 o'clock :tls, Wednesday, afttraoon.
-"Uunaway Vike" is boacdiuc i.
4he comsdy ,Wastile. havirnr diffi ui,i.
Uustice W. J
,ui re rani o
... ...6i jiajineni oi a iwie am -
osed for a vielatio of the ordinances of
that boron gh. He was bnwglit to the
(Kounty oext on Saturday br Coottable
TV. F. Kimble.
Death of Mrs. C C. Jadwin.
Charlotte Ellen, wifeHon. Cornelius
r i T" 7'T i. T "'"i:"""e"a
C -ladwin, d-d at her home in this hot
U fllJ08. ShehadbnaiUnWor allirL0 !M ''
? 1)111 during Thumlny appeared
brtt and i ,.XC(.M11 t-irh;; Mr -
j - ,j, - in , - - ,
hltmtnt abo,H'Vlock. Asl erea h d 1
. . -mi u
? hM " ,M'r' ',.. t ".hVu- i,' in l'a
',e)',,on,,,)l'llraR.a('lvasfollowed , removed in JH't" ; but he wa" appointed
..-',"fi ,," " ,. J?! . X "foundl
..,.1 ,.l,.l., .... ....
"" " "I""""" Jao win, linen
the latter reached the room. Sirs. . lad-
win was dead. Her forehead and cheeks
were somewhat bruised, and her neck
discolored. Death was obviously due to
cerebral hemorrhage.
Sirs. Jadwin was the oldest daughter
of Kzekiel G. Wood, and was born on
her father's farm neir Aldpnvilln !n
moved to
for some
1804, she
in, and
their home
in 1 tone-dale, where they resided until
her death. They had seven children,
only two of wh.oni.are now living; Slajor
Edgar Jadwin, of the Engineer Corps,
IT O t ; . . .1.
. nu; ieiucni r.iigiuccr ai
Gatun dam, on the Panama Canal; and
tirace A., who tot several years has been
connected with the Slorristown, X. J.,
school district, with a position in the
Itserintendent's ollire.
present : Frank Weed, of Green Valley,
arren Co., Pft.A' brother ; Sirs. Louis-
SIcKelvey, of Tftnsville, and Sirs. Anw
W. FranchoV -of Clean. N. Y.. sistew-t
N. V. V. Fratichot, husband of the latter
with their ton, Pascal Franchot,, and
d&nRhwrs, "Sirs. Louise F. Slunsonof'
'Allliatfftsfurtj and Sliss Janet Franchot 5
Mrs. Clara White, of White's Yalleyy
Wayne Co., Pa., a niece, with her soiv
j Frederick. The following relatives of
Mr. Jadwin were present : Charles P..
ilnuwin, of Scranton, a brother, withihis.
Baughtcr-in-law, Sirs. Reuettt. Jadwin
Robert A. Jadwin, Sliss SUdjel Jadwin,.
and Sirs. Anna SIcSIulIan,, of; Carbon
dale, children of Henry B:. JadVrin, a
brother, with Thomas Ii.. SIcSIullen,.
husbaml of the daughter last named ;
Sirs. Frank Anderson, of SaaFrancisco,
a danghter of O. II. Jadwibv,i Brook-.
lyn, Jf. Y., a brother,; SIisses:'Sa8ipN
.ano ay perceptions, ana, wirougnoui.
a life uneventful and unobtrusive, left a
I ani interests that center in the family
' c'mr,' a,,d '"'bracP t,,e var!os social
1 nations that grow up with the flight of
ynrs. Her death is a shock that is felt
.for beyond the line of relationship.
A. Karbieri went to New York 'tit v
. Mouday, and Mill spend most of the
wfk tiwsre.
Oimty Snperintendent of Schools
Xoehler has removed from Han ley to
Honesdale, his family locating here on
"Tedteeday last. In noting their de
parture from Hawley the Times says :
"His nuy friends are loth to have him
heave. As a token of their appreciation
r-ti rthtar -splendid work for the society,
ie . a:, b., of the German church.
save Sir. nd Sirs. Koehler a handsome
imemlwtkiice before their departure."
JVe learn from the Haw lev Times
tfaat y the will of her sister. Sirs. Rarh-
jlkuiae, of Brooklyn, N. Y., Sirs. Chris-
n tipple, of .Panpack township, lias
received $3,000. Sirs. Barthlemas.
ed at the home of Sir. and Sirs. Epple,
. ago, leit a large estate.
iTbere ere twentv-nine bon-:--:
ineHtioned in her will, the lowest aniount-
IBg IO tW.
Slastcr Meciianic SI. J.
jCartondale, was olfered the position of
j f.jreiaan during thr erection of the State
1 'Z7L wl A . ,u
!:.'.... r",nal insane at Far
2nened hnu-ovor tl.., i , V 1
i! .' ' 31 i !-v efort' th'
" :uereu mm tie had a
telegraphic offer of a position with one
of the big railroad companies of the
West, with headquarters at Denver at
a .alary of $300 per month, which he'ac-
nter upon his duties.
-George H. Lancaster, of South Ster
i , . I
as most re-
"i"" county, shall be
. " 7 ' Wr,1B T,K C,T'-
"Mv fntli.r .. -o , . .
inrirtiii. - .. ......I
W " miury oi D.i.ul a quarter
..... 2 Vi, was from Tafton, Pike
Th t Zl, ""'XiX"'?" wty.
.Mrs. j-auwin was a v.onuMa -.T;xarev