The citizen. (Honesdale, Pa.) 1908-1914, September 15, 1909, Image 5

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LOST Ladies' Gold Wntch On
Monday morning, between 8 and 11
a. m. In Honesdale. Monogram on
cover, "P. C." Suitable reward by
returning same to Faith Clark.
Main and Fifteenth streets. 72t2
THE hardware stores of Hones
dale will all close their stores on
Monday evenings, beginning Oct.
4, 1U0!). 2t.
MISS ll.mi:ISi:it;iT, teacher
of piano, all grades, from the kin
dergarten to the graduate; also
theory and harmony. Scranton
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thurs
days; Honesdale, Fridays, Saturdays
and Mondays.
WANTED ijorrosiioiidenls In
every town, hamlet and village in
Wayne county. Address, Citizen,
Honesdnle, I'a.
A comi
ress. Mrs.
STENT cook and laund
Mnry 11. Tracy, 140 7
Main street.
TAKE NOTICE All persons in
Texas township, in Geo. Mackley's
district, in arrer.s for road taxes,
are quested to apply to George Erk
at once for work. Tltl!
I 'OH SALE Beautiful upright
piano, good as new, used about three
months. Cost $300, wilt sell for
$185.00 cash. This is a standard
piano. A number one and can be
seen and examined at .T. Oscar
Terrel's grocery store in Honesdale.
SPECIAL attention given to chil
dren at Charlcsworth's Studio. 2S
l'OH SALE Hay house, on East
Extension street. Large lot with
sixty feet front. M. E. Simons.
All tlio hij-u 21 for couth.
Fair time Oct. 4, 5, 0 and
The High School team will play
a team from White Mills on Satur
day afternoon.
Bregstein Bros, will close on
Thursday and Friday, during the
Jewish holidays.
Freeman's orchestra will con
duct a dance at the Lyric hall on
Friday evening.
Leslie Fuller, of Cherry Hidge,
mot with an accident on Friday.
He was chopping wood. He cut
two lingers from the left hand. Dr.
Powell attended him.
Miss Petersen and Miss Char
lotto Lane will sail from England
on S. S. Minnewaska, Atlantic
Transport Line, Sept. IS, and will
reach home about Sept. 2S.
The remarkable prosperity
and wonderful longevity attained
by "East Lynne" can bo explained
only by the fact that the story the
play unfolds Is intensely human.
Although numberless dramas have
been written in imitation of tills
excellent play, not one of them
reaches the depths of feeling or
sounds the note of human appeal
as truly as does Ihis dramatic pict
ure of tlio joys and sorrows of the
beautiful, unfortunate Lady Isabel.
To adequately portray the varying
emotions of this complex character
is a task requiring not only the
charm of youthful beauty, but a
marked degree of histrionic ability
as well. It will bo seen at the
Lyric on .Monday evening, Sept. 20.
Last Friday evening Michael
Dolau appeared upon .Main street
in, a drunken condition. He met
oilicer Uegroat and asked him for a
night's lodging. The ofllcer took
him to the borough lock-up. Dur
ing the night Dolan started a
quarrel with "Christy" Habbitt,
another prisoner in the lock-up.
Rabbitt called officer Canlvan when
he came to the cell door. Dolan
became very abusive. The officer
had to use rough means to make the
prisoner behave. On Saturday
Dolan was brought before Burgess
John Kuhbaeh who sentenced him
to thirty dnys at hard labor upon
the streets of Honesdale. He said
ho lived in Scranton.
On Saturday morning
Miss I
Martha Kimble, daughter of John
Kuhbaeh, our worthy Mayor, while
out rowing on the Lackawaxen
river, was accosted by William Bau
man. Noticing ho was Intoxicated
she paid no attention to his remarks
and proceeded on her way to the
landing near her home. While in
ildstream sho heard the report of
a pistol thus far the story Is true,
b it Scranton papers add the follow
ing which. Miss Kimble says is un
true nnd almost immediately
felt a stin?ing sensation on tlio left
hip. Sho paid but slight attention
to samo, but on arising from the
boat, and while on her way to the
house, the Intensity of the pain,
called for an Investigation, which
was made at her home, when It was
dscovered that the bullet had
struck her corset steel, badly dis
coloring the flesh. Officer Canlvan
arrested Bauman and he was held
In ?1000 ball by Square Wm. H.
Hara to appear at the next term of
In 1907 Darling's circus closed
a successful season with the Or
rln Brothers Circus In Mexico and
Yucatan for a period of thirty
weeks. Was pronounced by the
peoplo In this foreign country to be
one of the beBt animal acts from
the United States. Thl3 show will
be seen at the Wayne county fair
in uctouer next.
Plan to come to the fair on the
4th, 5th, 6th and 7th of October.
Born to Mr. nnd Mrs. William
Huppert, of Main street, a daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. George Wolf, of ,
Hldgo street, are rejoicing over the :
arrival of a daughter.
The annual Wayne county Sun
day school convention will be held
nt Bethany October tst.
The children that have been
misusing the school property of
Texas township, are warned against
so doing.
Charles P. Searle won the
champion golf cup on the Hones
dale link, on Saturday last. Cash
ier 11. S. Salmon was Mr. Sonrlo's
opponent In the play o.f.
The semi-annual sesson of the
Wayne County Teachers' Associa
tion will be held at Lake Comn Oct.
2nd. Supt. C. F. lloban, of Dun
mnre, will deliver ills lecture on
"The Schools of England."
In an attempt to get out of
bed a few days since, Mrs. S. M.
Decker, of Court street, fell to the
floor and fractured three ribs. Dr.
William Sclioonover, of New York
city, reduced the fracture.
During the winter of 1 90S,
Dnrllng's educated animals were
playing through Cuba, from 11a
vanna to Santiago and proved to be
a new novelty act for that country
and pronounced so by the leading
papers of that vicinity. It will be i
seen nt the Wayne county fair this
year In October.
Survivors of Company B. Third j
llesiment, Pennsylvania He-servo i
volunteers, with their families and
friends held a reunion and outing
at Lake Ariel on Saturday last. The
day was spent In various amuse
ments and in recounting the tales
of war times which never seem to
lose their interest among tlio vet
erans nnd their friends. The old
officers of the association wore re
elected as follows: President, L. T. j
Adams; first vice president, F.
Brundage; second vice president,
C. W. Hubbard; secretary, W. .1.
Hand: assistant secretary and I
treasurer, W. G. Moore. Those
present were: 11. S. Potter, C. 11.
Hubbard and wife, E. A. Marshall
and wife, Henry llnynes and wife,
Joseph Hnchon, C. E. Mitchell, W.
0. Moore, Benjamin Bennett, F.
Brundage and wife.
The Scranton Republican, of
Saturday last, has this to say about
Honesdale: Honesdale's Old Home
Week has ended, and appropriately
enough with the dedication .of a
new High school building that is a
pride and satisfaction to tlio town.
Honesdale's educational ideals have
always been high, and perhaps no
place of Its size has produced a
larger number of persons eminent
in their various professions and
lines of work. From its beginning
educational advantages have been of
prime importance to its citizens.
Perhaps no local interest of Hones
dale will receive a greater impetus
from Old Home Week than the Vil
lage Improvement society. This
town was the pioneer in the work
that has spread over the continent
and has been an Inspiration in
chics to thousands of other com
munities. Much of the aesthetic
satisfaction that returned visitors
felt in their old home was the re
sult of activities of the organization
of women that for years lias work
ed for the improvement of Hones
dale, in its sanitary conditions as
well as Its appearance. Thus the
praise and admiration of guests
during the last few days should af
ford encouragement to all who have
helped to make the town a better
and a brighter place of residence,
and renewed efforts will bo expect
ed from all the residents.
The Rev. P. J. O'Malley, pastor
of St. John's church, Ptttston, and
the Rev. R. A. McAndrow, of St.
Mary's church, Wllkes-Barre, will
be invested with the robes and in
signia of a monsignor on Sunday,
October 10 ,aud on Sunday, Octo
ber 24, respectively, lho ceremony,
although not so elaborato as tlio
ordination of a priest or the con
secration of a bishop, has its own
peculiar ritual and prescribed cer
emonies. The investiture will take
j,in,.0 during the celebration of high
mass, "coram episcopo, mat is in
tlio presence of the bishop of the
diocese. ' Just before the newly
created monsignor receives the ro
galia of his office, ho walks from
the sacristy clad In the purplo robes
which ho will wear henceforth in
stead of the black soutano of the
ordinary priest. Ho will bo then
handed the tangible indications of
his office, such as the ring and skull
cap, by the bishop, after . which a
sermon appropriate to the occasion
will be preached by a priest select
ed for this purpose. Usually there
are a large number of priests pres
ent In the sanctuary on such an oc
casion. These are invited1" to dine
with the new prelate after his In
vestiture. The parishioners, as well
as the priest consider themselves
honored in having conferred upon
their pastor the dignity of monsig
nor by the pope, as it is only In
stituted with the approbation ,of tho
bishop. The Rev. James P. O'Mal
ley was the Roman Catholic rector
at Hawley for many years, and en
joyed the sincere regard and esteem
of all classes there regardless of
caste or creed. The Rev. Richard
McAndrew is a Hawley "boy"; as
Is also the Rt. Rev. Michael Hoban,
the Bishop of Scranton. Both hav
ing been born and reared there.
Of Bishop Hobnn's broad activities
ard charities, much might be said.
Christy Mathewson, the star
pitcher of tho New York Nationals,
and who Is well known here, has .
pitched 20 games so far this sea-!
son and has won 24 of them. This ,
puts Christy nt the head of the Na
tional Lenguo pitchers. 1
Mrs. Joel Hill and dnughter are
at Mt. Clemens, Mich., for a short
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis G. Hill wore
visitors here during Old Homo
L. II. Rehkop. of Cnrbondnle,
was In Honesdale on Saturday.
Ray Simons has returned to his
home In Hawley after having spent
tho week here.
W. E. Sherwood, of New ork,
was a guest of Mrs. J. W. Kessler
for a few days.
Misses Maine Walsh and Margaret
McCormlck, of Scranton, were visi
tors In town last week.
Mrs. M. Russell, of New York
City, has been the guest of friends
here for the past week.
Mrs. Catherine Goetz, of Greeley,
Pike county, was visiting friends
for tile past week here.
William Rhoade3 of Stone street,
Scranton, was here enjoying the
good times at Maple City.
Mrs. Lizzie Campbell, of Cnr
bondnle, was tlio guest of Miss May
Lynett for the past week.
Miss Estelle Wick, of Scranton,
Is a guest of her aunt, Mrs. John
Loorcher, on Church street.
Miss Maine Brader, of Plains,
spoilt last week with Mr. and Mrs.
Leslie Brader, of Dyberry Place.
Mrs. George Sampson returned to
her home at Taylor on Saturday,
after a week spent In tills place.
Dr. F. Smith, of Prescott avenue,
Scranton, was here for the past few
days enjoying Old Homo Week with
Miss Margaret Igo, who for sev
eral weeks has been at Asbury Park,
N. J., has returned much improved
iu health.
Mrs. Charles Cade and son, Hobt.
left Saturday for a few weeks' so
journ with relatives and friends in
.Mrs. Patience Burger spent
Sunday with her son and dnughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burger, at
White Mills.
John Donnelly, who for the past
three weeks has been visiting at
Port Richmond, L. I., returned
homo last Saturday.
John Korb returned to Warren
on Saturday after spending Old
Home Week with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Michael Korb.
Marcus and August Bregstein
and Samuel and Harry Freeman
and John Stegner left for New York
City Monday morning.
Father Griffin, of Wilkes-Barro,
Father Canivan, of Brooklyn, and
Father Cro'gan, of Scranton, were
guests of Father Hanly recently.
Miss Henrietta Hulso and Mrs.
Emma .Decker of New York City,
were guests ot Miss Minnie Bayley
on Willow street during Old Home
Elisha Gray, wife and sons, Wil
liam and Edward, left lor Atlantic
City Friday after a ten days' stay
at life brother's on lower Main
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Grambs, of
Scranton, were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. William Krantz on Upper
Main street Mondny.
Miss Nettie Pollock, a trained
nurse of New York, is spending a
few days with Mr. and Mrs. J. Os
car Terrell, and at her homo at
Mrs. Harry Ralney and daughter
Evelyn of Ninth street, Scranton,
who were the guests of William
Lano and wife, on Main street, have
returned home.
The Misses Elizabetli and Mamo
Donnelly have returned to their
home in Scranton, after a few days
pleasantly spent with friends and
relatives in Honesdale.
George Little, of Jersey City, who
has been summering at Greeley,
Pike county, for the summer, spent
I tho past week enjoying the Old
Home Week celebration.
William Grambs, prominent in
Seattle busuess circles, was tho
guest of relatives and left Satur
day for a trip to Now York and
other places prior to his going home.
Charles Hilton, the popular Pull
man conductor on tho Honesdale
branch, Is now on his annual vaca
tion in Atlantic City. W. E. Con
dlt, of Ornnge, N. J., is filling nis
Mrs. Morris Sampson of Cherry
Ridge, contemplates selling her
farm since her husband's death a
week ago, and make her future
homo with her daughter, Mrs. Geo.
C. J. Dibble, Delaware and Hud
son agent nt this place, left on Sat
urday for Lake Chaniplain, where
he expects to nttend a convention
of that company's agents on Mon
dny. He was a guest of his parents
nt Windsor, N. Y., over Sunday.
C. E. Decker and wife left on
Thursday for Scranton, where they
will spend a few days; then return
to their California home after an
absence of four months. Mr.
Decker Is now In the employ of the
corporation of the City of San Fran
clsco in the department of arch!
tecture, having finished his work on
the Palnce hotel, on which he hnd
been engaged nearly three years.
Samuel Freeman, of New York,
spent last week In town.
Mrs. Anthony Connor, of Carbon
dale, is visiting relatives In town.
Hon. F. P. Kimble left Tuesday
for a few days trip in New Jersey.
Mary Monaghan, of Carbondnle,
was a visitor In town on Monday.
Mrs. W. V .Wheeler, of Eleventh
street, Is seriously ill of pneumonia.
George Heycock, clerk at Hotel
Allen, spent Sunday at his homo In
Mr. Donahue, the singer at tho
Lyric Theatre, spent Sunday In
Misses Mae and Elizabeth Bur
gos are spending a few dnys In the
Electric City.
Miss Margaret llagen, of Tren
ton, Is spending her vacation with
relatives In town.
Mrs. Harriet Weaver, mother of
Architect Weaver, Is confined to
her bed with pneumonia.
Misses Mac and Elizabeth Burger
left on Saturday for a few days' so
journ In tho Electric City.
John Byrnes and Miss Mnme Con
nor, of Plttston, returned Mondny
after spending a few days in this
Charles and Margaret Griffin
left for New York yesterday. The
former will return to Schenectady
on Friday.
Misses Ella and Carrie Colenton,
of Goshen. N. .Y.. attended the fu
neral of Eugene Walsh, which was
held on Friday.
Misses Mary Cawley and Mary
Mcllugh, of Scranton, have return
ed to their homes after a visit with
relatives in town.
Miss Frances Marsh has returned
to her homo in Towanda, after a
week's visit with Miss Florence Kim
ble on Court street.
Eugene Cauileld returned to St.
Ponavontures College on Sunday
alter spending his vacation with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Cau
ileld, on Park street.
Henry Jennings, of Phoenix,
Arizona, arrived in town last Sun
daya for a six weeks' visit with
relatives. .Mr. Jennings was a
former resident of Wayne county.
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Brandemoro,
of Scranton, who was the guest of I
flin l'nrmnp hrntlwii rn T?lnr ctrnnt '
for tho holiday week, returned to
that city Monday afternoon.
Miss Mae Bunnell is visiting 'her
aunt. Mrs. Edward Heroy, In Brook
lyn. John Bone, of Scranton, is
also with his daughter. Mrs. Heroy,
and expects to spend the winter.
Misses Jessie and Helen Trible of
Nanticoke, who wore the guests of
Miss Eva Wilson on Fifteenth
street, returned home Monday nfter
an enjoyable time for the past
Hugh Gallagher, of Carbondale,
spent Sunday with Honesdale
friends. Mr. Gallagher was form
erly messenger on tho Delaware &
Hudson train of the Honesdale
Mrs. William P. Coon and two
daughters, Elizabeth and Mildred,
returned to their home at Clark's
Green on Saturday after spending
the week with the. former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Decker, on Fif
teenth street.
Xotlce to Teachers (if Wayne Co.
On Tuesday, October o, all school
children will ho admitted free to the
county fair. Teachers are request
ed to send at once the number of
their pupils to Emniorson V. Gam
mill, Secretary. Admission tickets
will be mailed to children and teach
ers. Mrs. Patrick Weil- Dead.
Mrs. Patrick Weir died in Gos
hen, X. Y., on Sunday evening. The
deceased was 43 years of age. She
was born in this place and was a
hlnhly esteemed resident of this
place for a number of years. Mrs.
Weir had been In poor health for
some time, and tlio past week men
ingetis of the brain developed. She
was taken to the sanatarium at
Goshen and died at that place Sun
day. Besides her husband she is
survived by two daughters, Mario
and Dorothy, also her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Drumn, two sisters,
Mrs. Wm. Malia, and Miss Jennie
Drumn, and four brother, Charles,
Frank, John and Eugene, all of
New York City. The remains were
brought to Honesdale on Monday
afternoon and removed to her late
home on River street.
Flower Show.
A ilower show will bo held at the
High school building Friday, Sept.
17th, nt 3 p. m. The results of the
seeds sold tho children by the
Honesdale Improvement Associa
tion will be displayed at this time
and prizes awarded as follows: One
for the most perfect bouquet of one
variety of flowers; one for the
prettiest bouquet; one for the great
est variety of flowers raised by one
person; a first and second prize will
be nwarded for the best vegetable
Respect to Ilarrininn.
At 3:30 p. m. Sunday, Sept. 12th,
every train nnd engine on all the
railroads lately controlled by and
those in which Mr. Hnrriman had
been Interested, came to a stand
still and remained so for two min
utes out of respect to his memory.
It was nt this Instant that the cof
fin containing his remains were low
ered Into the grave.
Fair time Oct. 4, C, 6 and 7.
On Saturday morning, nt 8 o'clock,
Mr. Olnf M. Spettague, Jr., and Mae
Owen Wood were united In mar
riage at the home of O. M. Spettl
gue, Sr., by the Rev. Dr. Swift.
They left on the 8:27 a. m. Erie
train for a two weeks' trip to De
troit by way of the Great Lakes.
The New Play A Success.
It will be gratifying to the better
class of theatre-goers to learn that
Minnie Vlctorson and her company
of nrtlsts Is booked for an enrly ap
pearance hero In "The Woman
Pnya." This Is the play which made
such an unqualified success at the
Maxlno Elliott Theatre, Now York
last season and pleased the critical
London so well that tlio run of the
play has been twice extended. "The
Woman Pays" Is an exquisite piece
of dramatic literature by Avery
Hopwood who also wrote "Clothes"
In which Grace George had such
a successful run. From the Hood
of rubbish which Is deluging tho
present day stage It is nost refresh
ing to turn to a play which is true
to life and full of human interest,
replete with intensely dramatic sll
uatlons, enlivened with consistent
and clover comedy.
Town Booming
III. Make Noise Like
8l Dollar
The man who gets ahead is the
one who makes a noise, and it's the
same with a town.
But it must be the RIGHT KIND
There are millions of noises in the
world and only one kind worth
making. That's-' the kind a man
learned about when he tried to in
terview a great financier.
He had spent several days trying
to get into the private office of the
old skinflint, but was always headed
At last he went to a friend for ad
vice. "I'll tell you what to do," said
the friend. "You go down and stand
in front of the old fellow's door and
V7hen he comes out to grab you, that
will be your chance." j
That's the kind of noise we should 1
make in this town,
We should sound like ready
money and look like it. '
Nothing would bring new busi j
ness and hustling citizens quicker '
Every letter that goes out should be '
an advertisement for ourtown. 1
If you don't know how to make a I
NOISE LIKE A DOLLATl, just call j
on us, and we'll try to help you.
One way is to advertise. When j
everybody gets to making the rirht ,
kind of noise it will be worth while
u-ntnhinp- tliinr-s hnnm.
store if only for the pleasure of seeing these
Handsome New Dress Goods
YOU simply cannot afford to miss the
display if you care to know what others are going
to wear this season-and we believe you will select
a new dress yourself when you learn how reason
able our Dress Materials are.
Our store will be closed Thursday Sept. I6th.
or tiii:
At tllO cloM) of ImslllCJS.Kl'pt. 1, 1WJ.
I.o:ut and l)iceiint
f 1NI.231 29 turn unccurcil 4!) 70
r. .s. ischium to .(cure I'lrrtiiutinn, os.nuo (Hi
Premium on P. S. I'.omls 2.CU0 00
lldllil", securities, rc. . . 1132,4211 31
Iliiiikliiir-liDiiic. furniture ami tlx
' tares 40,000 00
Due from .Vittiutiiil limiks unit
lic-erve Arelitsi . 3,772 7G
Due from State Hunks nnd KiinU-
, er.s 42" M
Due from npprtiviu le-crvu
uncut 175.711 lit
Clici ks iilul oilier cult llcmt. 8,715 4:1
Notes nt oilier National Dunk.. 1115 III)
I'nictloniil paper currency, lilcU
els mill cents.. . 21)3 5!)
Lawful Money licserve in I'.ink,
viz: specie "ji
Lccnl tender notes (i.25.1 00- H1.716 CO
lfedeniptlon fund with I.'. S.
Ttciimiici-, (5 per cent. of clrcu-
, hit lunj 2,750 00
Due from ('. S. Treasurer, other
than 5 per icut. redemption fund
Total $t,!l20,207 07
Capital Stock paid In $ 150.000 00
Surplus limit 150.000 00
I'ndlvldcd prollts, lc-s expenses
and tuxes paid TXmt fit)
National Hank notesoutstimdln;? 51.100 00
State Hank notes outslaiidlnu'.... 000 00
Due to other National Hanks.. .. 1.US2 5!)
Due to State Hanks and It.inkcM 741 28
Individual deposits stiPlcct lo
, check l.lii.t,l'll It
Demand certificate ot
deposit .. 2).0" l I
Cert llled checks "JU iu
Cashier's clucks out
standim: 252 1H-LIS8.5IB 51
rtonds hummed Nono
Notes and hills ivdl -counted . Nono
Dills payahle. Iiwlndlu.' certlll-
catcs of deposit for money hor
. rowed Nono
Llnhil It ics other than tho-e.ihove
stated Nono
Total f 1.020.207 07
State ot rcimsylviuila. County of Wayne, ss.
1. K. I". 'lo!:r.i:v. r -hler of the nhovo
named Dank, do solcumy swear Ihat tho
sihove . stall men! l i.-uc ;.. the licit of my
knowlcdneiind Pelicf.
I'. Torrey. Cashier.
Suhscrll ed end ivn'ii to hetore mo this
!)th day of Sep'.
W. h TONK. N. I'.
Correct 'it'est :
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Dress Goods
this fall show a marvel
ous variety of Beautiful
styles and patterns. We
want you to come to our