The citizen. (Honesdale, Pa.) 1908-1914, December 22, 1909, Image 3
ran cmzKtf, Wednesday, dec. as; ibo. A ft CHRISTMAS ACROSTIC . HRISTMAS Is not only a mile mark of another year, moving s to thoughts of self-examination; Is a season, from all Its associa- ons. wnemer domestic or reiiBwuo, HEeSLlUK lUUUKUia UI JUjr, A wt" Issatlsfied with his endeavors Is a III 1 LUUIULCU I.I J nUUUCQDi fl.UU. i v mpty chairs of his beloved, it is . ... tit M Dnhniit Nil II1II 111 I H HM1II1I1K AUtU. v wa w niilct Qfovanonn o o o OW many old recollections and how many dormant sympathies oes the Christmas tlnio awaken! fappy, happy Christmas, that can hlldlsh days; that can recall to the . - .. . -1 1. . in man t ri ii i f j;its ii rea ui uio vuuiu. i ii .1 t nurnv i- J. flnnlHi nnH hla n 11 1 0f Pill your Elass again, with mnrrv fnrft nnn rnntentGrt neartj hall be merry and your New Year happy one. Charles Dickens. o o o EMEMBEK tnat as surety as in that baby life at Bethlehem Awn ln V r rf-nrav Tir li 1fVi ri n Q Til Tl 1- -11 11. Hl 4-ltn nniifoi iiiiitii an luq hui au u w w 1. 1 1 T..J Uiinn IHrA n rflr U1UU IUUlCO U UUC UUftU J - ants; the power of the millenniums . i. 1 i 1. V.!.mVln(t oul's humble certainty that it does 1 i -i. j.1 Afn1nr1 oil v n ,111 1.1.. liici u bu.vfu'u he possibility of the most perfect alnthood. Phillips Brooks. o o o IT IS a good thing to observe L nhrlRtmas Dav. The mere arklne of times and seasons, when nnn in ninn infinlr anil mntro nil amcD lu Dbuu nuin , aumhw errv toeether. is a wise and whole- ome custom, it neips uub iu icci he supremacy of the common life xi 1 1 1 1 .1 . . 1 llft Ti vnmlnHa i . 1 A f 1 VII IH 1UU1V1UU0.1 ll't .uu.iuuw man to set his own little watch, II W UUU LlltS LI. U V LUG m vftl Viui.ll It, niliinli xnn o An OIITl llmO tIonru Von Ti7 Irn o o o UPPOSE a note came on unnsi- mas Day saying not, "I send . J i 1L V.lo hat your patience, or courage, or j .,..! lnt .o nrlll nin mn to live more bravely and niiKnoraniioli, Md VPSlf " "What. ft V. vm n M nWABAnf T II H THHDinr 1 1 I V1 1 1 1 ' I I letter would be to any one or us. nat a eiil ior uuy uuu ui u lu ocuu n t no niiTHH.ii 11eu.iL Liiai uaa Ftivcu . i i t . 1. AUnt V.nn irlimn OOO HE season of regenerated feeling ia aaaann nf irlnfllinEf. HOt .1.. 1, nf Vinonlfnlirv in thfl HI Kl V Lllt3 XI l.O Ul 11UUHV"VJ u w 11 1 i- rvnntnl flama nf nhnrltv ii 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1. Liia Rcuini MULuu - v n the heart. He who can turn chur- ishlv awav irom contemplating mu eiiuiLV ui ui3 icHun "ut3ui 11 j Jn.11t nnrl nantnfntr fn life oneliness when all around Is joyful, 1 X. nnmAntn rf col oil av iia.vo 111a uiuiiiciiLD ui tin J. 1 V.n n,n M f n O-Ortfnl 1 n.lnl mtmnlttilao lirVllntl nnTIRTI- x . it.. 1 . fl Tl rrKniF Oil T'lcf OOO Y UHKISI MAS wish ior un is that they may taste the 1. 1 . Intn Vo -HTC r nil! . ihiiw Tv v M 1 1 l-M 1 1 .1" 1 1 Ul uciuiui, uuiuv u Till HI Hl llill IjIlllBLlilUO, X IIU UUI 1 1 1 P 1Utmna 4 c! MA portioned to the extent of Its un- SttlllBuucaa. x luimk ii "i'i- i in What they get so much as In what they give. Minot J. Savage. OOO ND there were m tne same coun- - , . 1 . . 1 n K I 1 11 IT n I II II try uuouuciuo uu.uiub field, keeping watch over their flock by night. And lo, the angel of the Lord came upon them, and the glory i iiin iiiiiii riiuiiij U.1UUUU uwub n w , and they were sore afraid. And the angel said unto them: "Fear not, for behold I bring you good tidings of prpat 1nv which shall he to all Peo ple. For unto you Is born this day In the city of David, a savior, wmcn is Christ the Lord." From the Gos pel of St. Luke. OOO SANTA CLAUS remains, by virtue of a common understanding that childhood shall not be despoiled of one of Its most cherished beliefs, either by the mythologist, with his nun mvth theory, or the scientist, with hln heartless diatribe against superstitions. He who does not see in the legend of Santa Claus a beau tiful faith on the one side, ana tne native embodiment of a divine fact on the other, is not fit to have a place at the Christmas board. nam ilton Wright Mable. Thoughtful. Ella I'm going to hang up my stockings on Christmas. Stella What lor l Tniin Rv nnaclal reauest of naDa and mamma. You know they believe la Santa Claus." Life. A HONESDALER HELD FOR MURDER Murder Dono Four Years Ago Pro tected by Tammany Hall. Peter Regan, better known as '"Kid" Regan, brother of Police Lieutenant Martin Regan, was lock ed up In the Tombs, In New York, on Saturday without ball, to await trial on a charge of murder committed April 13, 1905, In a dive then locat ed In the cellar of the building on the northwest corner of Thirty-first street and Broadway. This place was run by a man named Tobey, and it was an all-night resort fre quented by dissolute women and men. Roy Walter Joyce was a bar tender there, and was stabbed to death, and "Kid" Regan Is the one who has been formally charged with the killing. In addition to being in dicted for murder In the first degree, Regan Is also indicted for assault In the first degree In stabbing Edward Weston in the same row. Regan's indictment so long after Joyce was killed and how he was as sisted by members of the police force make a remarkable story. That this attempt to defeat justice has not been successful is due solely to the work done by Assistant District Attorney James R. Ely. A bench warrant was Issued for Regan's arrest after the indictment was filed Thursday, and the warrant was handed over to Detectlvo Nor man Fltzsimmons of the District At torney's staff and Lieut. William Boyle of Police Headquarters. It took them all night to locate Regan, for that young man was busy playing poker. The disappearance of every one connected with the killing and the lying of those who were believed to have witnessed It flabbergasted in vestigators. It was openly charged that the police system was being used for his protection by friends of his brother, who was an old-time mem ber of the force and very popular. William McAdoo was then Police Commissioner and did his best to locate the missing Regan, finally of fering $1,000 reward out of his own pocket. Such evidence as was obtained at that time was submitted to the Grand Jury and Regan was Indicted for manslaughter in the first degree. Assistant District Attorney Ely ob tained this indictment, and when he found that Regan was evidently 'un der the protection of the police sys tem he resolved he would get him if he could. It took time and outside detective work to accomplish anything, but such facts as Ely did get convinced him more than ever that Regan was being protected by the police. Mr. Ely consulted with General Bingham, Mr. McAdoo's successor, and got his permission to put the matter up to Inspector George McClusky. Mc Clusky was told to get Regan and promised to do his best. He did not get him. that case Bayle displayed the most upon by McClusky to help find Re gan. Of all the men who worked on that case Boyle dlsployed the most Interest in locating Regan. Just a year ago Boyle heard that Regan was In Los Angeles, Cal. He tele graphed to the Chief of Police there giving Regan's supposed address, but did not tell anybody here about It, and did not even send the tele gram from Police Headquarters. Regan was arrested just as he was about to skip away on the strength of a telegram of warning from a man still connected with the Detec tive Bureau. Regan was held in Los Angeles and his picture forwarded here for Identification. Strange to say, none of the men who worked on the Joyce murder could positively Identl fy that picture. Lieut. J. J. Fogarty was sent to Los Angeles, identified the suspect and Regan was brought here. He was kept in the Tombs for several months and then released on $3,000 ball. District Attorney Ely saying that all the witnesses had disappear ed. The effect of that declaration was better than Mr. Ely expected. One of the women witnesses, who had been kept under closest watch, promptly got drunk as soon as she was set free. Liquor set her tongue wagging and when she sobered up she told all she knew. So did the other witnesses. Enough testimony was adduced before the Grand Jury not all of It was presented to get Regan In dicted. REV. DAVID O. HUGHES DEAD. Father of Gov. Hughes Expires at Executive Mansion. The Rev. David C. Hughes, father of Gov. Hughes, died at the Execu tive Mansion in Albany last Wed nesday night at 11 o'clock. The Governor's father and mother have been staying with him in Albany this winter. Dr. Hughes suffered a stroke of apoplexy a week ago at the mansion, from which he never ral' lied. David Charles Hughes was of Welsh parentage and was born at Tredegar, Monmouthshire, on June 24, 1832. At first he followed the trade of a printer, but devoting his nights to study began his prepara tlon for the ministry. Early at traded to republican institutions, he decided to make his home in the United States, and came to this coun try in 1865, at the age of 23. Ho was then connected with the Metho dist denomination and received as slgnments to preach In Ora'nge and Ulster counties of New York state. Ho continued his studies and tor a time was at Wsleyan University. He then joined the Baptist denomina tion and was ordained as pastor of the. Baptist church at Glens Falls, N. T., in 1869. Later he moved to Sandy Hill, N. Y), and from there he went to Oswego, where ho was pastor of the West Baptist church. In 1869 he removed to Newark, N. J., becoming pastor of the Fifth Baptist church. In 1874, after a brief service as one of the secretaries of the Ameri can Bible Union, he took the pastor ate of the Union Avenue Baptist church of Greenpolnt, Brooklyn, where he remained until 1884. Lat er he was pastor of the Summit Avenue Baptist church of Jersey City, the Trinity Baptist church of New York, the Jackson Street Bap tist church of Scranton, Pa., and the Pilgrim Baptist church of Brooklyn. He retired from active pastoral work in 1901, but -until last Fall preached frequently, supplying vari ous churches. He preached in the Baptist church of Port Jervis and the Y. M. C. A. on several occasions and made many friends there. He had a slight stroke of apoplexy last June, and another and fatal stroke came a week ago. In November, 1860, he married Mary Catherine Connelly at Kings ton, N. Y., who survives him, with their only son, Charles E. Hughes. The funeral services were held at the Executive Mansion on last Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. MISS ROSALIND COGHLAN. A Popular Actress to be Hero on Mon day Night Next. Miss Rosalind Coghlan, who plays Beth Elliott, the heroine, of James Forbes' laughable comedy, "The. Traveling Salesman," which comes to the Lyric on Monday, Dec. 27th, is the daughter of Rose Coghlan, the famous actress and Is the latest ad dition to the ranks of American leading women. Miss Coghlan Is a beautiful girl, with the charm of youth and of high character. Rosalind, like her distinguished mother, has a fine, clear resonant voice and possesses to a marked de gree that indescribable power called personal magnetism. She is a skillful yachtswoman and was un beaten last year in all the races by the Atlantic Yacht Club. MRS. GUGGENHEIM LOSES. Chicago Courts Refuse to Let Her Try to Upset Divorce She Got. Chicago, Dec. 17. Judge Honore entered an order to-day denying to Mrs. Grace B. Guggenheim the right to file a petition asking that the de cree of divorce obtained by her In 1901 from William Guggenheim be set aside. The woman, who married again shortly after her divorce, sought to have the decree annulled on the ground that It was obtained by fraud, "as she was not a citizen of Illinois when the case was tried. The attempt to annul the decree was combated by Mr. Guggenheim, who also has married again. For New Late Novelties -IN JEWELRY SILVERWARE WATCHES Try SPENCER, The Jeweler "Guaranteed articles only sold." ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE Or TRAINS Delaware & Hudson R. R. Trains leave at 6:65 a. m., and 12:25 and 4:30 p. m. Sundays at 11:06 a. m. and 7:16 p. m. Trains arrive at 9:55 a. m., 3:1b and 7:31 p. m. Sundays at 10:15 a. m. and 6:50 p. m. Erie R. R. Trains leave at 8:25 a. m 2:48 p. m. Sundays at 2:48 p. m. and Trains arrive at 1:40 and 8:08 d. m. Saturdays, arrives at 3:45 and leaves at 7:10. Sundays at 7:02 p. m. ELECTION OF DIRECTORS In -Hi compliance with an Act of As sembly and in accordance with Ar tlcle 5 of the Constitution of the Wayne County Farmers' Mutual Firo Insurance Co., notice Is hereby given that the annual meeting of the said company will be held in the office of the company, in the Post office building, Honesdale, Pa., on MONDAY, JAN. 8, 10,10, at 10 a. m. for , the transaction of general bus! ness; and that an election will bb held at the same place of meeting, between the hours of 1 and 4 p m. of said day, for the purpose of electing ten members of said com pany to serve as directors for the ensuing year. Every person Insur ed in the company Is a member thereof and entitled to one vote. H. 0. JACKSON, Prea't. PERRY A. CLARK, Bec'y. Honesdale, Pa., Dec. 10, 1900. Work of Practical Jokor. The Corrlere of Rome, which pub lished soma time ago a copy of a' docu ment said to have been found in the library at Bergamo containing an ac count of "an airship voyage acfpss the English channel in 1751," Is W celvlng much attention at the hands. of Investigators. In the Tribune's no- . I it. t ,, M t.1 . . 'Jfi UCO Ol vuia miusuu ncuisvouioui, iuf which a monk named Grlmaldl, of Civlta Vocchla, was the chief actor, It was stated that there was nothing in the Italian paper's article to indicate that It was not written In good faith. ' "Now," writes an Englishman from Rome, "the records of Civlta VecLla are being searched in vain for a Grl maldl and the papers of England for a story of the flight. The document may be In the library, but who was the practical Joker who placed it there?" New York Tribune. Breton-Gaelic Language The Breton language is a branch of the Celtic, which, in turn, Includes Gaelic. In Its original Celtic form It is still spoken In lower Brittany by more than a million people. There Is no record of a single town, that you refer to, that is alone In speakliiy Gaelic and French. Chauvinism. Chauvinism is an expression orirrl nally used to denote an Intense ad' miration for the first Napoleon anti his regime, but latterly employed to mean an absurd patriotism and pride in one's own country. In this last sense it is the French equivalent of jingoism. It Quieted Mother. The house was all paid for! Mother was exultant, jubilant, reiterative. "Say, mother!" burst Out six-year-old Paul eagerly, "print it on your cards mother, print it on your cards!" The Trusts' Reverence. Of one statute all trusts speak with respect, even with reverence. That Is the statute of limitations." CHRISTMAS GIFT. Can you find a more fitting or more use ful gift for wife or child than one of our Sav ings Pass Books? Along with this beautiful Household ;Bank from the HONESDALE DIME BANK HONESDALE, PA. ALCOHOL 3 PER BENT AVfegetablePreparaltonforAs slmllatiirg tlielboianaRegula ling Uie S tomachs andBm'Os of Promotes DigestionOiecrfur ness and RestjContalns nellter OpiimiJorphtafi norMineraLj NOT .NARCOTIC. fiafkaSied" ,4V draw AeMtSJti- IBrmSxi- ApertWItemeoVforCoTKllpi-: Hon , Sour Stomadi-Dtorrnoa Worms jConvalswnsa'CTErtsa: D33 andLOSS OF &UxR Facsimile Signature of NEW YOHK. kBlJuIffltlilisWMMHI Exact Copy of Wnppat, REP6RT OF THE CONDITION OF THE WAYNE COUNTY SAVINGS BANK HOilEBDALB, WATHB CO., FA., At the close of .business. Nov. 6,1809. n&souncKS Reserve fund t""VA'i.iX'ik f Cash, specie and 'notes, $48,846 60 Leeal securities 45,000 00 Due from approved re- .... serve neentB ...118,341 61-212,182 11 Nickels, cents and fractional cur- rency 143 61 Checks and cash items 2,m 65 Due Irom Banks and Trust Co's. not reserve agents 10.093 03 Bills discounted not due. $334,115 62 ' Bills discounted, time loans with collateral... 44,035 09 Loans on call with col- lateral 104.625 75. Loans on call upon one name 4.660 00 Loans on call upon two or more names 68,726 75 Loans secured by bond . and morteace 21.300 577,353 02 Investment securities owned ex clusive of reserve bonds, viz : Stocks. Bonds, etc., 1.815,872 21 Mortgages and Judg ments of record.... 227,379 772,043.251 98 Office Building and Lot 27,000 00 Other Iteal Estate 6,000 00 Furniture and Fixtures 2.000 00 Overdrafts ,. 217 60 Miscellaneous Assets 400 00 $2,886,340 83 LIABILITIES Capital Stock, paid in $ 100,000 00 Surplus Fund 310,000 00 Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid 84,143 35 Deposits subject to check $100,812 81 Time certificates of de- posit 3,238 78 Saving Fund Deposit, 2,180,823 16 Cashier's check outst'g 271 29-2,355,246 04 Due to Commonwealth 25,000 00 Due to banks andTrust Cos. not re serve agents 11,891 54 Dividends unpaid 6u 00 $2,886,340 93 State of Pennsylvania, County of Wayne, ss: I, H. Seott Salmon, Cashier of the above named Company, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true, to the best of my knowledge nnd belief. (Signed) H. S. SALMON. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to.before me this 13th day of Nov. 1909. (Signed) ROBERT A. SMITH, N. P. Notarial Seal Correct Attest: W B. Holmes, ) V. V. Kimble, Directors. II. J. Longer. J Legal blanks at The Citizen office. Advertise in the Citizen. For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use Over Years rm eurttua mhniit, nnr vom wtv. Bears the Signature AA CA PBOFESSIOKAIi CARDS. AttorncvA-at-Law. H WILSON, . ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW. Office, Masonic building, second Door Honesdale, Fa. WM. H. LEE, ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-I.AW. Office over nost office. All Wnl linqlnit promptly attended to. Honesdale, Pa. EC. MTJMFORD, . ATTORNEY A COUN8ELOR-AT-LAW, Office-Liberty Hall bulldlnsr, opposite the Post Office. Honesdale, Pa. HOMER GREENE, ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW. uuico over Kelt's store. Honesdale Pa. AT. SEARLE. . ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW. Office near Court House Honesdale, Pa. 0L. ROWLAND, . ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW , Office ver Post Office. Honesdale. Pa CHARLES A. McOARTY, ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW. Special and prompt attention given to the collection of claims. Office over Kelt's new store, Honesdale. Pa. EP. KIMBLE, . ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-T. AW. Office over the Dost office Honesdale, Pa. ME. SIMONS, . ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW j Office in the Court House, Honesdale, Pa. HERMAN HARMESs, ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW. Patents and pensions secured. Offics In the Schuerholz bulldlne Hunesdale. Pa. PETER H. ILOFF, ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW. , Office-Second floor old Savlnes Brik bull(ltn?.'iIonescnle. Pa. EM. SALMON, . ATTORNEY A CCI Nf ELOR-AT-LAW Offlce-NMt door iri.nt i flit e. Forme rl occupied bv W II. Din m.ik. Honesdale. Pa Dentists. DR. E. T. BROWN,. DENTIST. Office First floor, old Savings Banklbulld. Int.', Honesdale, Pa, Dr. C. R. BRADY. Dkhti6T. Honesdale.'Pa. Office Hocrs-8 a. m, to 6 p. m Any evening by appointment. Citizens' phone. 33 Residence. No. 86-X Physicians. DR. H. B. SEARLE S, HONESDALE, PA. Office and residence 1019 (Court Tstreet telephones. Office Hours 2:00 to 4:00 and 6 00 fo 8:00. D. ro Livery. LIVERY. Fred. G. Rickard has re moved hia livery establishment from corner Church street to Whitney's Stone Barn. ALL CALLS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. FIRST CLASS OUTFITS. 76yl JOSEPH N. WELCH Fire The OLDEST Fire Insurance Agency in Wayne County. Office: Second floor Masonic Build ing, over C. C. Jadwin's drug store, Honesdale. If you don't insure with us, we both Iqse. HITHER & II Insurance White Mills Pa. O. G. WEAVER, Graduate Optician, 1127 H Main St., HONESDALE. Tooth Savers We have the sort ot tooth brushes that are made to thoroughly cleanse and save the teeth. They are the kind that clean teeth without eavlng vour mouth full ot bristles. We recommend tnoaa costing 29 cents or more, as we can guarantee them and will re place, tree, any that show detects o( manu facture within three months. O. T. CHAMBERS, PHARflACIST, Opp.D. A H. Statloa. UONHDALB, PA.