The citizen. (Honesdale, Pa.) 1908-1914, April 30, 1909, Image 5

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and white, seven-eighths, price IS. Anthony
ilarke, lllleyvllle, Fa. 35 tl
open (or making alterations to entrance door
and steps of St. John's It. C. church. Hones
dale, Pa. All bids must be sent In scale?! on
or before May 8th, HKW. Plans and specifica
tions can be seen at St. John's Parochial
house. The rliht reserved to reject any or
nil bids. Address all mall matters to Kov.
Thomas M. Hanlcy. Hector, Honesdale, Pa.
33 13
LOST a Masonic Watch Cbarm. Jtewnrd,
If returned to Dr. C. It. Brady. mi
HAVING purchased a lot of parlor, dining
room, bed room and kitchen furniture. In
cluding range, carpets, one Ashing boat, etc.,
I will sell same to the highest bidder at 321
11th street, on Saturday, May 1st. 2 r.
bids for the construction of concrete floors on
two bridges near K. 11. Lcdyurd's. Mt. Pleas
ant, will be received at the County Com
ralsstoners' olllce until 10a. m.. Tuesday. .May
4. 1008. Plans on file at the commissioners'
olUxc. Tho right is reserved to reject all
bids. 'SOeoKI
ROOMS TO HKNT.-Apnly at Bregstcln
Brothers Store. :utf
BHAMAN has some splendid Native aud
Western horses for sale nil In excellent con
ltlon at Allen House Burn. 25tf
SPECIAL attention given to children at
at Charlcsworth's Studio. 28
FOR KENT OR SALE.-Dwelllng house,
corner Court and Eighth streets.
20 II. X. Russell,
CLEVELAND Bay Horse, six years old, l(i
hands and one-halt Inch high, flue looking,
8orcl. right every way. Prlco. tW.
Hi l)n. Noble, Waymnrt.
$50.00 REWARD. You can make even more
than this on your goods by getting me to do
your selling. Write for date. A. O. Blake,
Auctioneer, Bethany.
FOR SALE. A house and lot. 1314 West
street, Honesdale. lit rooms, with all con
veniences. Desirable for u boarding house,
or two families. Inquire on the premises of
Mrs. E. U. Secor, or of hsr attorney. A, T.
Searlc. aitf
FOR SALE Ray house, on East Extension
street. Large lot with sixty feet front. M.E.
Simons. 38coltf
SCHOOL TEACHERS If you have a few
hours each day that you can spnre from you
work we will show you how to lncreuse your
earnings. Drawer 6 Honesdale I'a.
FARM of 182 acres for sale. Good house, a
barn that will accommodate 40 cows, Sborscs
and 100 tons of hay. Farm well watered.
New chicken house that will accommodate
200 chickens. Large silo. No better farm In
Wayne county. Sltuuted one-half mile from
Tillage. Inquire at The Citizen office.
The subject of the sermon on
Sunday morning at the Presbyterian
church, will be "A Splendid but
Necessary Conclusion." In the even
ing it will be "The Magnet and the
Iron Filings."
The oratorical contest conduct
ed by Miss Ruth Kennedy for the W.
C. T. U., which was held In the
Presbyterian chapel on Tuesday, was
well received by the audience. The
recitations delivered .toy- theislx- con
testants were above the (ordinary,
and showed the marks of careful
training. The winners were, Coe
Lemnitzer, 1st prize, subject, "It
Pays"; Albert Krantz, 2nd prize,
subject, "Anarchy and Saloon";
Bertha Garret, 3d prize, subject,
"The Orphan's Prayer." The first
prize was a very pretty silver medal.
The other Ave competitors each re
ceived a book.
A good, lively correspondent is
wanted in every place in Wayne
county. We will be glad to furnish
stamped envelopes and other needed
The following Is the list of un
claimed letters at the postofflce for
the week ending April 26th: Joseph
Dooley, Fred Lovelace, R, L. Tresler.
Bregsteln Bros, will open a
clothing store at Long Eddy, N. Y.,
on Tuesday, May 6th.
Freedom Lodge, of Honesdale, ob
served the ninetieth anniversary of the
institution of the first lodge of the Or
der, in Baltimore, Md., in J809, by a
banquet and literary and musical enter
tainment on Monday evening last. On
Sunday evening the members of the
lodge attended services at Grace church,
where Rev. A. L. Whittaker, the rector,
gave a sermon on the appropriate sub
ject "Friendship," for their especial
benefit and edification. On the anniver
sary evening a fine repast was served,
which was followed by speaking, inter
spersed with music. Mrs. C. M. Betz
had charge of the refreshment feature,
assisted by a competentcorps of helpers,
and Geo. P, Ross was master of cere
monies. Addresses were given by M
E. Simons, district attorney ; Rev. V.
II. Hiller, pastor of the Methodist Knis
copal church ; Rev. W. II. Swift, pastor
of the Presbyterian church and Dr. A,
J. Simons, of Newfoundland. McKinley
Ives recited "A Yankee Lover," in a
most pleasing manner. Vocal solos
were rendered by Frank Evans and W.
E. Jones. A piano solo by Miss Mill-
cent Karslake, and a vocal trio by W.
E. Jones, J. A. Bodie, Jr., and F. A
Jenkins. A. L. Baird, W II. Varcoe
and Alfred Wilmarth were presented
with veteran jewels for twenty-flvo years
of faithful service in tho order. Bonner's
orchestra furnished excellent instrument'
al music.
There was a large gathering of tho
Knights of Columbus from Elmira, Sy
racuse, Bingharaton, Oarbondale, Hones
dale and Scranton in Wlikes Barre on
Monday last. They attended exercises
that night in the Knights of Columbus
hall of that city. On Tuesday they went
for an automobile ride and dined In
Hotel Hart with Dan L, Hurt as toast-
Episcopal service, in White MIIIb,
Hiinilcni Mnv 'Al. n( !1 i. u.
" ' - '
Announcement Is made of the ap
pointment of George H. Burgess as
chief engineer of the D. AH. Co.,. to
succeed James M,acMartih, resigned.
Mr. Burgess will assume charge- next
Monday. The appointee is principal as
sistant engineer of the Erie railroad in
charge of the construction department
and is said to be well qualified for his
new place. Before he entered the em
ploy of the Erie hp was in charge of en
gineering work upon the Pennsylvania
lines west of Pittsburg.
Two lnrge government cannonB pre
sented to Bradford county at the request
of Hon. Geo. W. Kipp, have been re
ceived atTowanda, and properly mount
ed in the court house yard.
The Gardner-Vincent company
who are to spend the summer season
In Honesdale, giving nightly reper
toire performances at the Lyric
Theatre, commencing on Monday
evening next, arrived in town on
Among those from out of town
who attended the funeral of Mrs.
William Glllmore were Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Reilly and daughter, Anna, of
Cochecton; Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
Jewell, of Springfield, Mass.; Frank
Skinner, W. B. Allen and .T. G.
Bone, of Dunmore.
State Highway Commissioner
Hunter was a visitor in town yester
An attempt was made by a trio
of presumably professional burglars
and safe-blowers to enter the ware
house of C. P. Matthews & Son, in
Scranton, on Tuesday night last. A
patrolman put. in an appearance while
one of the party was prying open the
door, but the two others on the look
out gave the alarm and the villains
all made good their escape by flight.
"The Lily and the Prince," which
gave excellent performances here last
season disbanded in ueneionte on
Wednesday of last week. Poor busi
ness the last few weeks was the rea
son given, but at that the manager
was able to pay all his obligations
and ship his baggage out of town.
The Easter number of St.
Mark's Dial, a parish paper devoted
to the Interests of St. Mark's Pro
testant Episcopal church, of Danville,
111., of which Rev. Taliaferro F.
Caskey, D. D., for some years rector
of Grace Episcopal church of this
bord was the editor, announces the
probable discontinuance of the pub
lication. Dr. Caskey says in his vale
dictory: "The editor does not feel
that ho has struck the ideal outlined
In the salutatory, but he has ever had
that ideal in view. The Parish his
tory has been printed from month to
month, and every article has been
written with a view to the deepening
of personal religious life, and has
been sent out with the earnest prayer
that it might accomplish that where
unto it was sent. The editor lays
down his pen with regret that he has
not done more, but with heart-deep
'gratitude for the kind words that
have been said, and for the efficient
work of the business manager with
out which the Dial could not have
been printed. To these printed rec
ords we will often turn, realizing
their value as they recede into the
past. 'As the hand of time moves
on and on, most things that we pos
sess iritist weaken as they approach
the ultimate end. But the friend
ship of a good, true comrade is a
hing that never diminishes. As each
year rolls by it gets stronger and
stronger and we appreciate more and
more its ever-increasing value to us.'
The editor would fain make these
beautiful words his Eastertide greet
ing to all his friends, 'not only in St.
Mark's Parish, but in that wider cir
cle into whose hands this good-bye
number may fall."
Last Tuesday's Scranton papers
contained elaborate accounts of so
cial functions enjoyed by the friends
of Miss Dorothy Warren, daughter of
the eminent attorney, Major Everett
Warren, at the homes of her girlhood
intimates, in honor of her approach'
ing marriage to Nathaniel P. CoW'
dey, of New York City, which has
been publicly announced for noon
yesterday, April 29 th. On Wednes
day morning, however, Major War
ren having been ailing for a day or
two, was subjected to a critical ex
amination, and it was definitely de
cided by the physicians in attendance
that he was suffering from acute ap
pendicitis, and that an immediate
operation was imperatively necessary.
Consequently all arrangements for
the announced marriage function
were abandoned, and the simple cere
mony took place at the Warren home,
at noon on Wednesday, Rev. Rogers
Israel, D. D rector of St. Luke's
Episcopal church, officiating. Im
mediately after the ceremony Major
Warren was removed to the State
hospital whore an operation was per
formed, which the local papers say
was eminently successful, Mr. and
Mrs. Cowdrey are now at the Wat
kins Summer Home, at Glenburn,
where they will remain pending de
velopments In Major Warren's con
dition. Tho serial story entitled "Tho
Tangled Web," which we began pub
lishing in our Wednesday's Issue, will
be continued in each Friday's Issue
until finished.
Miss Edna May Gilkey, of Sho
hola Glen, and her cousin, Miss Violet
Moore, of Hawley, were visiting
friends in town on Wednesday.
Tho inquiring friends of Mrs. T.
J, Ham, who Is spending some time
with her children in Now York city,
for tho benefit of her health-, will be
pleased to learn that nor condition
Id much Improved,
Walter- BIgelow and wife are
visiting with the Mrs. Bigelow's
brother, Delbert G. Fowler.
Mr. and Mrs. John Fuller and
son are visiting relatives In Wilkes--Bnrre.
Mr. Fuller Is general mana
ger of the Arkansas Diamond Com
pany, at Murphysboro, Ark. -Before
their return home they expect to
Join company with Mr. and Mrs. An
drew Thompson and make a visit to
Andovcr, Mass., the homo of Augustus
Clarence BIgelow, of Niagara,
was a caller in town on Wednesday.
Miss Mabel Hoylo, of Carbon-
dale, is visiting relatives in Hones
dale and vicinity.
Miss Gertrude Reilly spent sev
eral days this week in Scranton.
Sirs. William F. Brlggs spent
several days last week with her
daughter, Miss Kathertne, who Is
taking the trained nurse course in a
hospital in Jersey City.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Katz and
daughter, Kathryn, left Wednesday
for a visit with Mrs. Katz's parents,
in Cleveland, O.
Misses Lucy and Harriet Gam
ble, of Brooklyn, N. Y., are visiting
their cousin, Mrs. H. S. Salmon,
1709 Main street.
MIssYetta Tanhauser, of this plice,
who spent the last week visiting friends
and relatives in Scranton, left Sunday
for New York city, where bIic will make
her future home.
Mrs. Isaac" Smith, of Carboudale,
Is spending a few days In town.
William H. Kain, of Brooklyn,
N. Y has been spending a few days
in Honesdale. He is consulting Dr.
E. W. Burns in regard to his health.
The many friends of Arthur
Head, of Towanda, the official court
stenographer for Wayne county, will
deeply sympathize with him in the
loss of his estimable wife who died
at her home in that place, on Sunday
last, after a brief illness of pneu
monia. Besides her husband, she is
survived by two sons, her mother
and a sister.
On Monday of this week a tele
gram was received at The Citizen of
fice from Patchogue, Long Island,
which read as follows: "A new (will
be) subscriber to the Citizen reached
here to-day; the name is Elizabeth
Wood Potter. Mother and child do
ing well.'' This makes our manager,
W. W. Wood, a great grandfather, as
the new-comer is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Potter, the mother
being formerly Miss Mignon Wood,
who was born in Honesdale and is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
B. Wood, formerly residents of this
Ex-Senator M. J. McDonald, of
Lackawanna county, was in Hones
dale in the early part of the week.
David L. Hower, for many years
superintendent of schools of this
county, and now principal of the
Media (Pa.) school, has been arrest
ed and held for trial on a charge of
assault and battery, based on the se
vere whipping of one of his pupils
for unruly conduct. The professor
furnished ball in the amount of S150,
and says that he is very well satis
fied to have the case go to court; that
there have been many cases of the
kind in Pennsylvania, and nineteen
out of twenty have been decided in
favor of the teacher.
Mrs. Horace E. Kipp, formerly
of Wilsonville, near Hawley, Is still
very ill at the home of her daughter
in Paterson, N. J., and her recovery
is extremely doubtful.
Miss Elizabeth Kelly, of Lake
Ariel, Is visiting friends in Mata-
moras, her former home.
The Gardner-Vincent Company.
Manager Dlttrlch is to be con
gratulated upon being able to in
stall "The Gardner-Vincent Stock Co.
in Honesdale for the month of May.
Their idea Is to give two different
plays each week, three nights for
each play at popular prices and one
matinee on Saturday.
It will be remembered this com
pany played here last season and at
once established itself as one of the
best organizations on the road.
Mr. Gardner and Miss Vincent
have been starring this season in all
the large cities and have scored
heavily. Through a special effort
on the part of our local manager this
company comes back to Honesdale,
with even a better company than
they had here before. Only the lat
est New York successes will be pre
"A Woman's Struggle," a comedy
of manners, tho opening -play is a
very strong one, dealing with up-to-date
New York society, on the style
of "Paid in Full" and "Tho Lion and
tho Mouse." Strong, stirring situ
ations, great heart Interest and a
vein of clever satirical comedy
throughout. It calls for beautiful
settings, handsome gowns and with
out doubt will be the event of the
dramatic season here. Every mem
ber of the company Is called upon
to test hla or her ability to their
Mr. Gardner as Schuyler Alnslee, a
young clubman, has a part which
fits him like a glove. Miss Vincent
as Margaret Irvlngton, will no doubt
gain now laurels and will be called
upon to display her emotional talent
oven to greater degree than sho did
as "Camille" (If it is possible).
It Is hoped that the people of
Honesdale will appreciate Manager
Dlttrlch's effort to provide them
with the best possible, and patronize
tne Lyric Theatre during the month
of May,
Advertite in THE CITIZEN.
Fred Schuerholz pitched for. Villa
nova against, and defeated, the Car
llslo Indians .by the' score of '8-5.
Schuerholz struck out eight men and
allowed 9 hits.
The Honesdale hlGh Bchool base
ball team" play the Damascus high
school team on Saturday, May 15.
fWsulte of Games Played In National,
American and Eastern Leagues.
At New York New York, 6; Boston, S.
Batteries Raymond and Schlel; Chapelle
and Smith.
At Philadelphia-Brooklyn, 6; Philadel
phia, 1. Batteries Foxen and Dooln;
Scanlan and Bergen.
At Cincinnati Chicago, 6: Cincinnati, 6.
Batteries Reulbach and Moran; Ewlng
and Both.
At St. Louts St. Louis, 8; Pittsburg, 2.
Batteries Maddox, Lelfleld, Wacker and
Qlbson; Beebe and Phelps.
W. L. P.P.. w. I P.O.
Boston.... 6 3 .067 New York 4 E .Ui
Chicago... 6 4 .600 Brooklyn'. 4 6 .400
Cincinnati 7 .638 St. Louis. 5 9 .357
Pittsburg. 6 6 .500 Phlla'phla.3 4 .300
At Washington Philailelnhln. 2? Wnali.
lngton, 2. Batteries Vlckers and Thorn-
3! Groome and Street.
At Cleveland Detroit. 8! Cleveland. 1.
Batteries Mullin and Schmidt; Young
and Easterly.
At uoston Boston, 12; New York, 2.
Batteries Steele and Corrlcan: Oulnn.
Ford and Klelnow.
Chlcngo-St. Louis game at Chlcn t?n nnnt.
poned. Cold weather.
W. L. P.C. w. f. r
Detroit.... 0 3 .750 Boston.... 0 5 .645
New York 7 4 .61 St. Louis. 4 7 .391
Phila'phla, 5 4 .555 Cleveland. 4 8 . 333
Chicago... 6 5 .543 Wash' ton. 3 7 .300
At Jersey City Buffalo, 6; Jersey City, 2.
At Baltimore Toronto, 4; Baltimore, 3.
Jersey C'y 5
Rochester. 1
Baltimore. 1
Buffalo.... 1
Montreal.. 1
I'rovt encp 3
Toronto... 3
Newark... 2
A Man's Life Saved After Choking
on Tough Beef.
How a man's life was saved by a
common seldlltz powder is described
by a German physician, Dr. Franck,
who was called to treat a man who
had swallowed a large piece of tough
meat, which stuck in his gullet. As
It was impossible to dislodge the
meat by natural means, and as the
patient's condition was critical, the
doctor tried the ' efficacy of the gas
which is generated when the constitu
ents of a seldlltz powder are mixed.
He directed the man to swallow the
two halves of one of the powders
separately, and the resulting pneuma
tic pressure, aided by the man,, who
shut his mouth and closed the nasal
passages, was sufficient to drive the
piece of meat out of the gullet into
the stomach.
A Lazy Boy's Invention.
Tho long-handled shovel has mads
'over .three hundred thousand dollars
for its Inventor, and the inventor was
a lazy, shiftless boy of seventeen,
named Reuben Davis, whose father
lived In Vermont at the time. He set
Reuben to digging dirt and loading It
on a wagon, and the short-handled
shovel made the boy's back ache. One
afternoon when his father was away,
he took out the short handle and sub
stituted a long one, and found the
work much easier.
When Mr. Davis reached home Reu
ben got a whipping; but after the old
gentleman had used the shovel him
self, ha saw that it was a good thing,
and had it patented. They are now
manufactured almost by the million.
The Gods of India.
India is a land of Idols. It is esti
mated that there are three hundred
and thirty-three million gods In Hin
dustan. The three great and special
ly venerated deities are Brahma, Vish
nu, and Siva tho Hindu Trimurtl or
trinity. Brahma stands first, unap
proachable. There are only three
temples in all India erected in his
honor; he ,1s merely Invoked as tho
chief of the Trimurtl, but is not made
the object of actual worship, as he
is not supposed to take any interest
In mundane affairs. He is the cre
ator, the giver of all gifts and of all
blessings and controls the destines of
men, yet at the same time Is com
pletely indifferent to them.
American Llmburger.
It Is now claimed that the United
States makes just as good Limburger
cheese as does the province in Bel
glum, where It originated. The Amer
ican method is to take a piece of a
calf's stomach and set it away in a
warm place in a can of whole milk.
In about forty minutes the curdling
mess is pounded and then the whey
pressed out. Afterward forms are
filled and further drainage permitted.
Salt is rubbed on the outside until it
becomes slippery; then the cheese is
set away in the cellar, where it is left
to ripen for a month or two, and the
germs do the rest.
Famous Woman Explorer,
Mrs. Marie Robinson Wright ot
Georgia is believed to hold the record
for having accomplished more In the
way of penetrating countries hitherto
unknown than any other living wom
an, with the possible exception of Mrs,
Fanny Bullock Workman. She is
called, by some "the Columbus of
South America," from the fact that
she, undaunted by hardships and per
ils in the countries she has visited,
has opened to the pioneers of trade
and commerce a new paradise that
blooms south of. the equator, where
untold wealth awaits development at
the hands of civilized man. She es
timates that she has traveled 200,000
miles (n pursuit ot her work.
A pretty wedding was solemnized at
St. John's Lutheran church, on Wed
ncsday afternoon, when MIsb Minnie
Wizzard was united in marriage to How
ard Bea. The ceremony was performed
at 2 o'clock by Rev. W. F. Hopp. The
brido was attended, by Mies Mellie Bea,
of Hawley, a sister of tho groom, and
Andrew Wizzard, a brother of the bride,
acted as best man. The -bride's dress
was of white albatross cloth, and her
maid was attired in a gown of white
mohair. After the 'ceremony a reception
was held at tho home of the groom's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adolphus Bea,
of Hawley. After a short trip to Scran
ton nnd other cities Mr. and -Mrs. Bea
will reside in Honesdale.
Miss Stella Mizler nnd John Mauer,
both of White Mills, were united in mar
riage at St. Mary Magdalen's Qermau
Catholic church Wednesday afternoon,
Rev. William Dassel performing the
ceremony. The attendants were Miss
Stella Gctline and Charles Mizler. Af
ter tho ceremony a luncheon was held
at the home, of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
is kflotin by the way
it makes you look the
distinctiveness which
it gives you that Well
dressed air, which
speaks Volumes when
success and social
"worth are a factor.
Don't you know (hat
the man who wears an
always a good chance
to become "The Man
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all together mae that
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which has made the
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ard for high class
made to measure tai
Don't waste money
experimenting, when this magnificent, reliable, line is now on view at
j.NBf bader. HONESDALE. PA.
If you want
dignified in cut
TAKE THIS COLLEGIAN cut, for instance ; it is one of tho distinguishing
models which will be worn by fashion leaders this spring. Two. button,
slanted button holes, vent, sidu seams creased. There's a dash of stylo and su
periority of finish that at once ttiinips it the product of master tailors I
Adler's Collegian Clothing retains Its
shape because of a careful and scientific
construction, and perfection In work"
Kr We are sole aronts for tho celebrated Kncx hat ; the Corlls-Coon Collars, In
We are also solo agent, for the ICdcrhelme -Hteln clothlnic for children
chlldreni'.clotlilniriniaUo In ihecountry,
Wagner, of South. Church street. Mr.
and Mrs. Mauer will reside in White '
Mills, at which place the groom is em
ployed st hla trndo as glassblower.
Leslie Brader and Kathryn Hel
nlckle were married at St. Mary
Magdalen's Gorman Catholic paroch
ial residence on Wednesday after
noon, April 28, 1909. The ceremony
was performed at 5:30, o'clock by
Rev. Wm. Dassel. Tho bride was at
tended by her sister, Miss Sophia
Helnlckle, and David Reese, of
Wilkes Barre, was best man. After
tho ceremony a wedding dinner was
served to a number of relatives and
fronds at the homo of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Heinicklc,
of Tryon street. Mr. and Mrs. Brad
er arc both well' known young people
of Honesdale and have a large circle
of friends in this vicinity. The
l groom for several seasona was tho
popular third baseman on the local
team. They were the recipients of a
number of beautiful presents, con
sisting of linen, cut glass and silver
ware. Mr. and Mrs. Brader will re
Bide at Dyberry Place.
Dr. C.n.BUADY. Uenti Honesdale, Pa
OrricE Hotms-8 a. m. to 8 p. m.
Citizens' phone, 33, Residence, No. X.
Any evening by appointment.
If you want
and smart
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