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THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 0, tSOO.
85 IN INDICTED
; IN RACE FRAUD
Criminals in All Parts of Country
Involved, It Is Said, in Tre
; mendous Conspiracy
LOSSES EXCEL HALF A MILLION
According to Indictment, Alleged Vic
tims Taken to Eight Cities by
"8teerare" C. Mabray tho Head of
All His Associates.
Council Bluffs, Sept. 30. James
C, Mabray and 84 alleged associates
were Indicted by the United States
Grand Jury for the southern district
of Iowa, charged with conspiring to
defraud by Illegal use of the United
States mails. With tho exception of
Mabray and three or four others, none
of those indicted are In custody, and
Xor that reason toe names of tho de
fendants were not mode public.
It was stated that the list includes
many persons known in criminal an
nals in all parts of the country and
that nearly every name is followed by
from one to four aliases. Each of
these alleged confederates had a num
ber, which is given as one of the ali
ases accredited to the defendant.
Although specific amounts are not
mentioned In the Indictments, it is
authoritatively stated that the
amounts lost by the alleged victims
of Mabray and others named will ex
ceed half a million dollars.
The sums lost run from $1,600 to
$30,000, the latter sum having been
placed on a fake horse race, according
to the evidence at hand, by a Missouri
banker. Victims in 18 States, the Ter
ritory of Alaska and the Dominion of
Canada are named In the Indictment,
indicating the wide range of territory
over which Mabray and his associates
are alleged to have plied their voca
tion. As a basis of operation they used,
according to the indictment, the cities
of Council Bluffs, Davenport, and Bur
lington, Iowa; St. Louis, Little Rock,
Seattle, Denver and New Orleans, to
which places It is alleged victims were
taken by the numerous "steerers."
In setting out the specific instances
in which violations of the postal laws
arc charged, the Indictment Includes
copies of many sensational letters said
to have been exchanged between Ma
bray and his associates which refer
to alleged "deals" and name various
su-ns of money as having changed
hands as a result of the operations of
those mentioned In the Indictment.
One of these letters is dated from
a New York hotel, and invited "Friend
John," who It is alleged is Mabray
himself, to go to New York, declaring
4,I have a town right across the river
from New York in Jersey, a swell
track and absolute protection. The
Sheriff and Prosecutor and police will
be absolutely right on the Job during
In a letter written a few days later,
the same man Informs the person who
received mall from postofflce box No.
4, which was Mabray's box, that the
location referred to Is only 20 min
utes' ride from the heart of New York
city, and that as to the "fixing," it can
be done for $75 a week, "which will
cover everything that Is the Sheriff,
tho chief and the prosecuting attor
ney." The Indictment gives the names of
85 persons who are alleged to have
been victims of Mabray and his asso
ciates, most of whom reside In the
Western States. Among the victims
in other localities are:
P. W. Whalen, Port Arthur, Canada.
Ed Jones, Shamokln, Pa.
F. Ellison, Kamloops, Canada.
James Servals, Port Arthur, Can
ada. James Webber, Shamokln, Pa.
S. McMalrn, Toronto, Canada.
J. W. Sprlngborn, Cleveland.
C. Nelson Pratt, Toledo, O.
C. A. Nelson, Alma, Mich.
The trials will begin at Red Oak,
UNITED INJRUG TRADE
Three Stores Nucleus of Chain to
New York, N. Y., Sept. 30. After
several unsuccessful attempts to en
ter tho retail drug field in New York
city and elsewhere throughout the
United States, the United Cigar Stores
Co., as the retail cigar and tobacco
trust subsidiary of the American To
bacco Co. Is called, has succeeded In
establishing three pharmacies of Its
own in the vicinity of Manhattan Isl
and and expects to add to these stores
until it has acquired a chain extend'
ing from the Atlantic to the Pacific
It is planning to operate these stores
under the name of tho Lauer Drug
Co., of which Benjamin J. Lauer, an
experienced pharmacist, Is president,
until it has acquired a sufficient num
ber of stores to warrant the opera
tion of all or at least a large number
of them by the United Chemists' Co.,
a mammoth subsidiary which it lncor
porated three years ago with a capital
TO SELL ABD-EL-AZIZ'S GEM8.
Former Sultan of Morocco Pawned
Them In Paris for $260,000.
Paris, Sept 30. The Jewels of Abd
el-Aziz, tho former Sultan of Morocco,
which were pledged in a Government
pawnshop for $260,000 in 1907, have
not been released. They probably
will be sold at publlo auotlon In a
NORTH POLEJOT A WONDER
It Is Mado of Fuzzy Brown Fur, Is
Two Feet High and Has
Chicago, Dr. Cook and Commander
Peary, struggling against tho Icy
blasts of the great north and the more
subtle danger of the food tin, little
thought of the fame that was to be
theirs when they reached the top of
the world. The newest fashion in
women's hats has been named tho
Tho hat Is suggestive of tho polar
region. It seems as high as the car
toonist's picture of the pole, although
In reality It is only two feet tall. It
1b constructed of brown fur, fuzzy and
expensive. It Is just such a hat as
the explorer might have drawn over
vmwwjr-- 5 sty
.STYLE S TV,
D?, COOK BouJET
WITH NORTH POLE.
his head when the wind blew cold, and
It looks massive and solid enough to
Bupply a good soup stock In case of
Arctic exigency. Further herghtening
its chilly effect is a snowlike spray of
aigrette highly on the left side.
The president of the National Asso
ciation of Retail Milliners is the de
signer of the hat.
COLLIE COMMITS SUICIDE.
Prefers Death In the Country to Life
Caldwell N. J. A dog belonging to
Herman Fritz Welnbeck of Philadel
phia, whose family spend the summer
In West Caldwell, rather than return
to the city with his owner, committed
suicide by walking in front of an au
tomblle. The family occupied a fur
nished cottage In Westvllle avenue,
and started for home. The dog, a
young Scotch collie, named Dash, had
enjoyed romping through the fields
and woods here, and when the trunks
were loaded on a wagon Dash was
called to accompany the family to the
railroad station. The dog hung his
head and refused to follow, but in
stead returned to the porch of the
summer house and stretched him
self on the floor.
Each member of the family In turn
coaxed Dash to leave the cottage, but
without avail. Finally the dog re
ceived a whipping. With tail between
his legs Dash went to the sidewalk
and, seeing an automobile coming,
walked deliberately In front of it and
was killed. Dash by his kind disposi
tion made many friends in the neigh
borhood, especially among the chil
dren, and could not bear to go away
from them and the green fields.
WORKS AT AGE OF 101.
Upstate Woman Bakes Cake for Birth
Auburn, N. Y. Mrs. Luella Treat
Witherell, of the village of Throop,
celebrated her 101st birthday a few
days ago. Her figure Is straight and
her health excellent, and although
she suffers slightly from deafness and
wears glasses, Mrs. Witherell does
her own washing and ironing and as
sists in tho general housework at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. W. F,
Treat, seventy-one years old.
To show that a century has not im
paired her cooking ability, Mrs. With
erell baked a big cake and entertained
members of the Methodist Church of
Port Byron. She has always lived a
simple country life, and dislikes the
city. She was born in Cicero.
Pathos In a Fire Report.
In the annual report of the fire mar
shal of Kentucky the following ex
tract is not without a suggestion of
"Little Boy Blue:"
"Among the odds and ends of the
attic, usually are vanished furniture,
rags smeared with grease to take fire
themselves, painting oils liable to
take fire when the sun beats on the
roof, and broken toys of children who
aro grown and gone away, or who
went to sleep long ago."
A Cat for Luck.
Stock exchange men and racing
men regard luck as a side Issue. They
follow it secretly and make excuses
for it if It goes astray, as if It were a
personal friend; but the actor has a
deep reverence for It, and supersti
tious customs that sprang Into observ
ance during the restoration period aro
still maintained in the age of Social
Ism and problem plays. It Is almost
pathetic to see the Joy that beams In
the faces of a theatrical company at
rehearsals if a harmless, necessary
cat strolls on the stnge; but If the cat
sits down and appears to watch the
proceedings with approval tho Joy be
Died In Good Company.
A clergyman, who was not averse
to an occasional glass, hired an Irish
man to clean out his cellar. The
Irishman began his work. Ho brought
forth a lot of empty whisky bottles,
and as he lifted each one looked
through It at tho sun. The preacher,
who was walking on tho lawn, saw
him and said: "They are all dead
ones, Pat." "They aro?" said Pat
Well, there is ono good thing about
it they all had the minster with them
when they were dying." TId-Bits.
Rather Severe Denunciation.
There Is a story of Carlyle in his
old ago having taken the following
farewell, In his broadest Scotch, of a
young friend who had had him In
chargo for walks, and who, while al
most always adapting himself to Car
lyle's mood, had on a single occasion
ventured to disagree vy'th him: "I
would have you to know, young man,
that you have the capacity of being
the greatest bore In Christendom."
Care of Brass.
To clean your brass candlesticks
and andirons. that have become discol
ored, collect the pine ashes that ac
cumulate in your fireplace, or, per
haps, In the kitchen stove, and mois
ten them with a little warm water,
and scour each article with a bit of
flannel dipped In thl3 paste. After
ward wash the brass off with warm
water and dry with soft, clean flannel,
and if It does not look like new by
this time, finish with a dry ash flannel
Pastor Killed by a Fail.
Morrlsvllle, Vt, Sept. 2L The Rev.
George M. Kellogg of the Congrega
tional church was killed here by a fall
from the roof of n garage which Is
being constructed at his home.
V. Where Is
Remember the case of the man
who took his talent, wrapped it in
a napkin and buried it f
Not only did his master punish
him for his folly, but his conduct
has become a byword.
The world has progressed since
his time. Modern conditions have
developed a kind of man who is
even more useless than the one who
buried his talent. HE IS THE MAN
WHO SENDS HIS MONEY OUT OP
TOWN TO BUY FROM MAIL OR
The man who buried his talent at
least had the talent to show for it.
If we all spent our money out of
town in a short time we would have
nothing to show for it except
The man who patronizes home in
dustries benefits the people he deals
with, and benefits himself. His con
duct is like that of the good and
faithful servant who so used the
talents intrusted to him that they
greatly increased. He is a good and
faithful citizen who is worthy of
the success he is sure to win.
The next time you see an attrac
tive advertisement of a mail order
house go to your local merchant and
try to buy the artiole of him. IP
HE HASN'T IT ASK HTM WHY.
If he has it ask him why he never
told you about it in your local pa
per. That will be a boost for us. But
we'll stand for it. And we'll boost
back; remember that
'Do your share of the boosting
and you'll get your share of the
LET US BOOST!
SHERIFF'S SALE OF VALUABLE
REAL ESTATE.-3y virtue of process
issued out of tho Court of Common
Pleas of Wayne county, and State of
Pennsylvania, and to me directed
and delivered, I have levied on and
will expose to public sale, at tho
Court House In Honesdale, on
FRIDAY, OCT. 22, 1909, at 2 p. m
All of defendant's right, title and
Interest in the following described
All tho following described piece
of land, situate, lying and being in
the township of Manchester, bound
ed and described as follows, to wit:
BEGINNING at a stake and stones
corner, being the south-west corner
of a lot of land sold by A. Bennett,
to R. Schnlder; thence south seventy-three
and one-half degrees west
fifty rods to a Btake and stones cor
ner; south sixteen and one-half de
grees east one hundred and fifty
nine rods to a Btake and stone cor
ner; thence north seventy-three and
one-half degrees east fifty rods to a
stake and stones corner; and north
sixteen and one-half degrees west
one hundred and fifty-nine rods to
the place of beginning, containing
fifty acres, be the same more or
less. See Deed Book No. 97, at
page 254. Upon the Bald premises
are apple and other fruit trees and
nearly all improved land.
Seized and taken in execution as
the property of James Van Order,
at the suit of John Reynard. No.
9, Juno Term, 1908. Judgment,
$160. Lee, Attorney.
All of defendant's right, title and
Interest In the following described
All the following described piece
of land, situate, lying and being In
the township of Damascus, bounded
and described as follows: BEGIN
NING at a beech in the north line
of Lot No. 90 in the allottment of
the Edwin Shields lands; thence by
Lot No. 91 Bouth twelve and one
half degrees east ninety rods to a
stake and stones corner; thence north
seventy-seven and one-half degrees
west one hundred and six rods to a
corner; thence north twelve and one
half degrees west ninety rods to a
corner; thence north seventy-seven
and one-half degrees east one
hundred and six rods to the place
of beginning. CONTAINING sixty
acres, be the same more or less.
Upon the said preynlses Is a frame
house and barn, other out buildings,
apple orchard and small fruits, and
nearly all improved land.
Seized and taken in execution as
the property of Samuel H. Skinner
at the suit of John Reynard. Deed
Book 93, page 51. No. 32, March
Term, 1909. Judgment, ?746.58.
All of defendants right, title and
Interest in tho following described
All those two certain lots or par
cels of land, situate and being in the
Borough of Hawley, County of
Wayne, and State of Pennsylvania,
bounded and described as follows.
The first thereof BEGINNING at a
point sixty feet from the northeast
erly corner of twenty-fourth and
Twenty-eighth streets in a souther
ly direction; thence northerly in a
line parallel to Twenty-fourth street
one hundred and twenty feet; thence
south-easterly on a line parallel to
Twenty-eighth street sixty feet;
thence south-westerly on a lino par
allel to Twenty-fourth street to thf
north-eastern side of Twentv-
elghth street one hundred and twen
ty feet; thence along said Twenty
eighth street in a nnrthwpsfpriv di
rection sixty feet to the place of be
ginning. uuiNTAiiNiNG seven
thousand two hundred (7200) square
feet of land. nptno- Irnntvn nn the
map of the Pennsylvania Coal Com
pany us 101 lourteen U4j on Twenty-eighth
street In said Borough of
The second thereof BEGINNING
at a point on the easterly side of
Twentv-eiEhth street, nnp VmnrlroH
and twenty feet from tho south-east
uumci- oi i weniy-iourtn and Twenty-eighth
streets; thence easterly on
a line parellel with said Twenty
fourth street one hundred and twen
ty feet; thence southerly on a line
parellel with said Twenty-eighth
street sixty feet; thence westerlv on
a line parallel with Twenty-fourth
street aforesaid one hundred and
twenty feet to the easterly line of
Twenty-eighth street; thence north
erly along the same sixty feet to the
place of beginning..' CONTAINING
seven thousand two hundred square
teet of land more or less. Being
me same iwo pieces ot land convey
ed to Edward Sample and Sarah, his
wife, by John Curran and Mary, his
wife, by deed dated Anc-iint is
1904, and recorded In Wayne County
Deed Book No. 92, page 575. On
said premises is a small frame
Seized and taken In execution as
me property or Edward Sample and
Sarah A. Sample, at the suit of
ueorge H. Cook. No. 245, May
icnu, iuui. judgment, $177.
A. T. Searle and V. A. Decker,
All or defendant's right, title and
interest in the following described
All that lot of land situate in the
vuiago ot White Mills, Texas town
ship, Wayno county, Pennsylvania
and bounded and described as fol
lows: BEGINNING In the middle o
the public road leading from Hones
dale to Hawley at the north-east
corner or u. p. Smith's land; thence
along the middle of the said public
road south fifrv.nlnn
degrees east thirty-one and one-half
feet; thence by other lands of Fred
Ellison south thirty-six and three
quarter degrees west ninety feet to
the berm bank of the old Delaware
sc Huason canal to a stake; thence
aiong saia Derm bank north fifty
nine and one-half dprrma went thi
ty-ono and nne-hnlf fper tn n nnot.
thence by land of R. P. Smith north
thtrtv-six nnri r Virnn-niinrtor Hnopnaa
east ninety feet to the place of be-
Buiuing. tho Bearings or the lines
aro the angles the lines make with
tho true meridians. CONTAINING
square feet. Be the same
more or less. Being the same laud
which Minor Brown et ux. conveyed
to Alvin J. Brown by deed dated
me nintn aay or May, 1305, and
corded in Wayne County, in Deed
Book, No. 93, at page 474..
Seized and taken In execution as
the property of Alvin J. Brown at
the suit of Honesdale Realty Co. No.
19, March Term, 1909. Judgment,
All of tho defendant's right, title
and interest in the following describ
ed property, viz:
All that certain lot, piece or par
cel of land situated in the township
of Manchester, county of Wayne, and
State ot Pennsylvania, bounded as
BEGINNING at a stake and stones
corner In the line of Jacob Kellam
on the southwest bank of the Little
Equlnunk Creek; thence south 14
degrees east 24 rods to stones cor
ner; thence south 71 and one-half
degrees west 28 rods to stones cor
ner; thence north 61 degrees west 42
rods to stones corner; thence north
20 and one-half degrees west 22
rods to stones corner; on the south
west bank of the creek: thence the
several courses and distances along
the creek on the southwest bank to
the place of beginning. CONTAIN
ING 12 and one-eighth acres more
or less. Being the same piece of
land J. T. Barnes and Peter S.
Barnes sold to James Jones (under
the name of James Reaves) and be
ing the same land which E. M.
Spencer, Esq., Sheriff of Wayne
county sold to W. W. Weston on the
28th day of April, 1876, as nronerty
of James Jones and recorded in
Sheriff Deed Book No. 4, page 428,
etc. Being the same lot sold to
Wm. Tyler by deed February 1st,
1892, and recorded In the office for
recording of deeds In and for Wayne
county in Deed Book No. 71. naee
166, etc. And being same land which
Wm. Tyler conveyed to Mary Tyler
by deed dated May 12th, 1902, and
recorded in Wayne county in Deed
Book No. 91. page 130. etc. Umm
said land Is 2-story frame house and
rrame barn and nearly all Imnroved
Seized and taken In execution as
the property of Mary E. Tyler at the
suit of Elijah Teeple, assigned to
w. G. Hawley. No. 219. March
Term, 1908. Judgment, $144.
Take Notice. All bids and costs
must be paid on day of sale or deeds
will not be acknowledged.
M. LEE BRAMAN, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Offlce, Honesdale,
Sept. 23. 1909.
TEGISTElt'S NOTICE. Notice is
XL hereby givon that the accountants
heroin named have settled tlielr respective
ilminnrs In Mm .illicit ..r Vw. l....ti..H wrm,.
pf Wayne County, Pa., and that the same will
u iin-MMiiuu ni me unmans' Court of said
ounty for oonllrnmtlnii, at tho Court House
In llfirwiuil-ilii Hin f.m.,1. r.....t.... ..t
First anil finnl
Scrgent, acting executor of the es
tate of Mathew Clemo, Dyberry.
i- irst anu nnai account of W. H.
Bullock, executor of the estate of
Mary Ballamy, Dyberry.
First and nartl.il nrrnnnt nf Wll.
helmlne Smith, executrix of the es
tate of John H. Smith, Honesdale.
mrst and partial account of M.
N. Robinson. PYPnntnr nf fhn mtot
of Franklin H. Robinson, Texas.
mrst and nnal account of Perry
Gilpin, administrator of the estate of
Catharine B. Gilpin, Sterling.
1' irst and unai account of Charles
W. Schrader. adminlst
estate of Ocie Rust, Texas.
Dim and partial account of A. B.
Hazlett and Jennie Mi-nnn noil ovn
cutors of the estate of Sarah H. Haz
FMrKt nnrl finnl nnnnnnl l 1, T
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R. Haccertv. arlmlnlstrntrl'v nf ti.
estate of Frederick Haggerty, Texas.
rust una nnai account of Mary
A. Mitchell, administratrix of the
estate of David S. Mitchell, Berlin.
tarsi anu partial account of May
M. Foster, now lluv at. Tinvi
mentary guardian of George O.
poster, a minor child of Clarence E
Final account nf Cipnrrm n tc.t-
tiss and George E. Moase, executors
of he estate of Martin Prentiss.
.Jn.0i,.. JLw-GA"5tE- lister.
Honesdale, Sept. 28. 1309. f Tfif;,
JURORS FOR OCTOBER TERM.
Berlin Jacob Hiller.
Buckingham Andrew Guholz.
Canaan J. M. Edwards.
Clinton Edward Coggins.
Cherry Ridge John Forster.
Damascus W. J. Lov. W. n
Dreher Charles Hazelton.
Honesdale H. J. Conger.
Hawley Joseph Baschon, Sr., R
Manchester John Hughes, Mat.
Mt. Pleasant Ray F. Wheeler.
Oregon Claus Brill.
Palmyra George Kehr.
Prompton A. B. Wood.
Starrucca A. W. Larrabee.
Salem Philip Krleger, E. B,
South Canaan J. F. Gleason.
Sterling Charles Smith.
Texas Frank Bunnell, D. E
Berlin Wm. Daniels, W. C
Bethany W. O. Avery.
Canaan Clarence Weed.
Cherry Ridge E. E. Kinsman
Dyberry Chas. H. Bellamy, Cory
ij aatz, t . H. Thompson.
Damascus George Knapp, J. M
Dreher Herman Frlehole.
Honesdale E. C. Clark, Thomas
Flynn, Fred Schimmell. Walter
Bayley, W. F. Pearce, Geo. A. Mil
Hawley" Theo. Wall. N. p. At
klnson, George Blossom, W. A.
Lebanon William Yale, Samuel
Lake George Franc, James
Lesher, E. P. Jones.
Lehigh Frank Murphy.
Mt. Pleasant G. E. Moose, Jno.
Preston J. N. Fletcher, A. W.
Paupack Fred Brutsche, Francis
Palmyra Paul Williams.
Starrucca S. S. Callander.
Salem J. W. Bidwell.
South Canaan Edward Baker.
Scott F. A. Curtis, Augustus
Sterling I. J. Simons, S. N.
Texas Herbert H. Hiller, Patrick
Lynott, Calvin Bunnell, W. H. Sher
wood, Frank Lesh.
Waymart Luther Bryant.
Attention is called to the STRENGTH
The FINANCIER of New York
City has published a ROLL Oi
HONOR of the 11,470 State Banks
and Trust Companies of United
States. In this list the WAYNE
COUNTY SAVINGS BANK
Stands 38th in the United States
Stands 10th in Pennsylvania.
Stands FIRST in Wayne County.
Capital, Surplus, $455,000.00
Total ASSETS, $2,r33,000.00
Honesdale. Pa., May 29 1908.,
Time Card In Effect Sept. 14th, 1909.
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Additional trains leave CarDondale for May
Held Yard at 6.50 a. m. dally, and 5.33 p m dally
except Sunday. Additional trains leave May.
field Yard lor Carbondale G 38 a in dolly and 5H
p. m. dally excopt Sunday.
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Trafflc Manager, Traveling Agent,
56 Beavor St., New York, Scranton, Pa
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