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XHli UTIZIvX, FIURAY, AUGUST- U), 1010.
A CHAT WITH
USWICK & LAKEVILLE.
Mrs. Frank Miller and two chil
dren of Newark, N. J., nrrlved nt C.
Snnders' home nt Uswlck Saturday.
Another woman hoarder arrived nt
the same place Monday. Several
hoarders left the Long pond hoard
ing house Sunday.
Mr. Lauhlc, who has heen spend
ing n week at Oehlcr's with his wlfo
and child, returned to Jfow York
Sunday. The two latter arc still at
Mrs. Wllnier Clark and daughter,
Mrs. R. Phillips of Pnupac, and Mrs.
George Waterson of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
and her daughter, Mrs. George
Clark, and two children of Sioux
City, Ia were callers at Mrs. Mains'
nnd on Misses Keith and Mrs. S. It.
Mrs. George Tuthlll of Hawlcy
visited at Mrs. John Main's from
Friday until Sunday.
Mrs. C. V. Pennell, who has heen
visiting friends in Scranton the past
week, is expected homo -Wednesday.
Mr. Kropp of New York is board
ing at Mr. Schleupner's nt Uswlck
for his health. He expects to stay
the remainder of the summer and
tnrougu me inn anu wnuer. ,
A party was held at John Iteer's
Sunday evening Among the guests i
were itev. uuuoipn l,uc.is 01 nuiv-1
ley and John Beer's sister-in-law,
Mrs. Bertha Uopp, and her son, 1
Chnrles, from Chicago, 111., Mr. and
Mrs. John D. Jordnn and niece, Miss!
Mathilda Lindau, and the workman
of Uswick and Nls Heer and family
of Arlington. They were entertain
ed by music by Prof. Shaln. After
the entertainment a grand dinner was
served. Late In the evening the com
pany bade each other adieu, hoping
many more such delightful gather
ings may be held. Another meeting
of the same sort has been planned
at John Jordan's at Uswlck.
G. H. Knapp and George and Al
fred Knapp and Miss Efllo Knapp
spent Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Minor Crosby nt Indian
The Alerts held a dance and ico
cream social in Fitze's hall Satur
day evening and took in about $40.
Two ball games were played be
tween the Alerts and one of the bet
ter teams from Honesdale, the last
two Saturday, one of which was won
by our team and one by the Hones
dale team. Next Saturday the Alerts
expect to meet the Uniondale team
at Pleasant Mount.
Dreyfus Gager of Scranton spent
Sunday at the home of W. T. Gum
moe. James Moore Is home from a
week's fishing trip at White's Ferry
on the Susquehanna.
Maurice Fitze, who has been
spending some time in Scranton, has
G. G. Wllmarth, who has been
away for some time, has returned.
Hurts Hand in Lumber Mill-
feonuls nnd Notes.
Mrs. D. E. Hacker, after spending
a week with her daughter, Mrs. L. E.
Perkins, of Forest City, has return
ed. Mrs. Eva Horton and Miss Thelma
Horton returned recently from visit
ing Honesdnle and Prompton friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mills and Miss
Delma Fitze were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. H. P. Meade Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Pomery have re
turned after spending several days
with their son, Howard, at Lanes
boro. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bonham, son
Frank and daughter, Lavllla, of Cnr
bondalc spent Sunday at G. N. Bon
ham's. S. P. Crossrann, while working in
the White lumber mill, Injured his
hand. He has been confined to the
houte for a week but is recovering.
The state supervisors are making
their headquarters at O. C. Miller's.
John Johnson, who spent last week
nt H. W. White's, has returned to
Mrs. T. A. Bell and daughter, Min
nie, of Preston were guests at G. N.
H. W. Whito and son, F. W.
White, spent Monday In Honesdale.
Mrs. J. T. Stocker and daughter,
Mae Walker, left Thursday of last
week for Sebago Lake, Me., where
they will spend tho next three
Mr. and Mrs. George Clearwater
of Hackottstown, N. J., are tho guests
of Miss D. P. Hamlin.
Mrs. Mlnnio Brooks and daughter,
Alice, are spending a few days in
Charlos Fitch, Jr., has returned to
Mrs. Sylvester Bldwoll and daugh
ter, Edna, of Carbondalo nro vUit
Ing friends here.
Mrs. C. M. Lorlng entertained over
Sunday Mrs. Thomas Johns and lit
tle son of Vnndllng, Mass., and Maud
Lewis and Miss Lou Lamberton of
Scranton. Miss Lamberton will re
main tho full week.
The funeral of Hnrrlett, little
daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Eugene
Chapman, was held from the house
Wednesday afternoon at 2.
Mrs. Leon Edwards is viBltlng at
D. W. Edwards'.
Mrs. Robert Spangenherg and
daughter Florence have gone to
Honesdnle, where they expect to re
main a week.
Mrs. C. It. Spangenherg visited
Scranton last Thursday.
Mrs. W. II. Alt Is quite sick. II.
Blake, Mrs. Ann Moore nnd Earl
Chapman arc also on the sick list.
The ball game Saturday with Lnke
villo resulted In a victory for Ham
lin, with a score of 15 to S.
Gladys Spangenherg of Carbon
dale, who spent the last week with
Alice Bortrce, returned homo Mon
day. In the medal contest held at Bid
well hill last week Marlon Boyce
was the winner of the gold medol
nnd Beba Bartleson of silver medal.
The Peet reunion was held at
Lake Arid today.
Miss Sadie Evans of Stroudsburg
has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Kessler nt Sunnyside.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kessler of
Clifton are entertaining Misses Hnn-
. nn . ... , ,mo . Mnwnrlf v
Mp nnd w N Lntham and
children nutomobllcd to Nichols
Sunday, where they were the guests
of Mr. Latham's mother, Mrs.
Mrs. Babbitt of Newark, N. J., is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Lizzie
Mr. and Mrs. George Adams of
Dickson City have been visiting Mr.
Adams' parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. N.
Adams, at the White House. Their
daughter, Miss Bessie, who has been
spending the summer with her
grandparents, returned home with
Ira Heller of Thornhurst called on
friends here Sunday on his return
from a visit to New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Matthews en
tertained at their home on Maple
Hill Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Heller Clifton and daughter, Doro
thy, of Clifton, also Miss Helen
Miss Margaret Marshall of Phila
delphia, who is spending the summer
here, has returned from a visit to
Mrs. G. G. Smith and her guests,
Mrs. Andrews, Mrs. Coleman and
William Coleman of Scranton, are
visiting friends at South Sterling.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Powell of
Taylor are the guests of her sister,
Mrs. Richardy Evans.
Mrs. Gordon of Newark, N. J., Is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ed
wards. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Vandwater of
Blalrstown, N. J., have been visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Leader, at Lehigh.
Mrs. Ahner Conklin, who has been
spending some time with friends in
Hawley, has returned home.
Robert Lohman of Scranton has
been visiting friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Lynch of Tobyhan
na were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Crooks the first of this week.
There will be a picnic at this place
Aug. 31. The proceeds will go to
wards paying the minister's salary.
All aro invited to come.
Mr. and Mrs. Alva GIfford spent
Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Bert Teeple In Damascus.
Mrs. Mary Thompson of Tunkhan
nock, who has been visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Floyd Colo, is now
spending several weeks with her sis
ter, Mrs. Scott Shaner, at LeRays
vllle, Bradford county.
Miss Emma Woolheater, who has
been visiting relatives in Blngham
ton, N. Y., returned home Satur
day. Frank Tyler of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
who spent his vacation here and In
13 ram an, returned home Saturday.
It would be unjust to say that all
fishermen are liars, but it is cer
tainty that a lot of liars go fishing.
Physician "Havo you any aches
or pains this morning?" Patient
"Yes, doctor; It hurts me to breatho;
In fact, the only trouble now seems
to bo with my breath." Physician
"All right. I'll give you some
thing that will stop that." Good
"Mamma," asked tho little boy,
"who aro tho Hlghwators?" 'High
waters?" answered tho mother. "1
don't know any such family. Why
do you ask?" "Well, I heard Mr.
Perkins ask papa if he'd bo over to
tho little gnmo tonight, and pnpa
said no's bo there in splto of Helen
Highwator." Chicago Post.
Labor day is tho next holiday.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tlie Kind You Have Always Bought
Pursuer of Restelli Found
With Throat Cut.
TWO THEORIES ARE ADVANCED
Myitarious Detective Who Followed
Qulncy (Mass.) Fugitive Deelnred
Victim of Suicide by Police.
Others Think He Was Slain.
Sydney, N. S Aug. 17. Grillln, the
mysterious detective, who came to this
section of tho country to follow up
Louis Restelli, tho Qulncy murderer,
was found with his throat cut from
ear to ear in nn alleyway here. 11c
had been dead for hours.
Grillln had been in this vicinity for
two weeks. He hud been littlo in
communication with tho local police.
He had told many people with whom
he had ben In conversation that he
was n Qulncy detective engaged upon
the Restelli ease nnd had nlwnys dls
cussed the case freely. Ho busied lilm
self largely with sending telegrams tc
Tho body was Identllled later In tin
day as that of E. J. Grillln. The Idoir
tlllcation was assisted by the llndlng
of the initials "E. J. O." and nu
anchor tattooed upon one arm.
While the police announce it to bt
a case of suicide, there are not a few
In the city who believe that Grlillr.
was lured Into an alleywny nnd mur
dered by Italians friendly to Restelli
A razor covered with blood was found
beneath the dead man's head.
Little Known of Griffin.
Qulncy, .Mass., Aug. 17. "Grilllc
found dead this morning, throat cut,'
was the text of a message received
by Chief of Police Burrlll of Qulucj
and bearing the signature of Chief ol
Police McPnivhern of North Sydney
Grillln, who is believed to belong it
Lynn, conducted on his own account o
search for Louis Restelli, the fugl
tive Italian stoueworker, who killed
two persons and wounded three others
lu this city nearly three weeks ago.
Griflin had sent several telegrams tc
Mayor Shea and to Cuiof Burrlll de
tailing various Incidents of his pur
suit of the person whom he suspected
of being Restelli. Finally, upon Grlf
tin's representations, nn Italian was
detained by the North Sydney police
This man did not answer the descrip
tion and upon his proving that he
came from Richmond, Ind., he was
GERMAN SHIPYARDS IDLE.
Sympathetic Strikes of Allied Trades
Are Being Organized.
Berlin, Aug. 17. As a result of the
light between the German shipbuilders
and their employees, all the shipyards
of Germany, except tho government
works, are now Idle so far as new con
struction is concerned.
The men demand an Increase of 1C
per cent in wages and a fifty-four houi
week. The shipbuilders maintain thai
these economic demands are a cloak tc
political purposes and cannot b
Tho shipbuilders outside of Ham
burg, where tho strike began Aug. 4
undertook to lock out CO per cent ol
their employees as an act of reprisal
for the strike of the Hamburg work
men, retaining 40 per cent on the pay
rolls. These latter havo now struck
the total number of strikers now beliif
about 35.000 men.
Sympathetic strikes of tho men em
ployed in tho allied trades aro now
being organized. At Hamburg 3,003
metal workers have gone on strike.
SUICIDE AT EIGHTY-SIX.
Mortgage Interest Due, Relss Cuti
Wrists With Table Knife.
New York, Aug. 17. Because the In
terest on the mortgage on his little
home was about to full due and he hud
no money, Frederick Relss, eighty-sis
years old, slushed both wrists with a
table knlfn at his home in Willlums
burg and died in St. Catherine's hos
pitul. Ills widow Is eighty years old
and for many years they had lived Id
their two Htory frame dwelling. Ag
caused hint to quit work as a cabinet
maker and tho struggle to live beennu
more dltllcult. The old man had often
paid ho would be better off dead.
TAX INCREASE ON TOBACCO.
Treasury Department Estimates Revo
' nue Will Jump $3,000,000.
Washington, Aug. 17. The treas
ury department estimates that the
revenues for the present llscul yeni
will bo swelled $8,000,000 In conse
quence of the Increased internal reve
nue tax on tobacco and cigarettes, pro
vlded in tho new tariff law. The law
contained a provision that tho tobnecc
schedule should not bueomo effective
until July 1, 1010, so that no benclll
from the advanced rates accrued dur
ing the last llscul year.
Salem, Muss., Aug. 17. A general
strike of union employees In tho Sa
lem shoo factories has begun, and it
Is expected that nioro than 1.00C
workers will quit their benohes.
Partly cloudy today and tomorrow
light moderate winds.
IS FULL IF FICHT
Rebuff Said to have Stir
red Colonel Roosevelt.
HE WILL SPEAK AT SARATOGA
Former President Reported to Be In
Mood For Strenuous Struggle.
Woodruff Jubilant Over What
He Considers a Victory.
New York, Aug. 17. It Is stated au
thoritatively today that Colonel Theo
dore Roosevelt, undismayed by the re
buff ho received nt tho meeting of the
Republican state committee, is not
only going to the Saratoga convention
and to have u big say there on the
party nffalrs of the state, but that he
intends to havo a large voice In the se
lection of the cnndldnte for governor.
It Is said that the apparent efforts to
place Colonel Roosevelt In n back seat
In the councils of tho Republican party
has aroused all the lighting blood in
tho former president's being nnd that
from now on he will labor llko n hay
milker to defeat the plans of those op
On the other hand, Timothy L.
Woodruff, chairman of the Republican
stnte committee, is snid today to look
upon the Roosevelt defeat as Indicat
ing the certainty of his rc-filectlon If
ho desires to retain his present post nt
the head of the state organization.
The Republican state committee, In
session nt the Republican club, yester-
VICE PRESIDENT SHERMAN.
day refused to name Colonel Roosevell
as temporary chairman of tho stnte
convention to be held Sept. 27 at Sara
toga, and chose instead Vice President
James S. Sherman. The vote by which
Colonel Roosevelt was turned down
was 20 to 15, with three members ol
the committee nbsent.
County Chnlrmnn Lloyd C. Grlscom,
who sat in the committee In place of
Deputy Attorney General Ezra P.
Prentice, placed Colonel Roosevelt's
nnnm before the body, the nomination
coming us an amendment to an or!g
inul nomination of Mr. Sherman by
William Barnes, Jr., of Albany.
Mr. Grlseoui stated that Colonel
Roosevelt's name had been placed be
fore the committee with the colonel's
sanction, nddlng that President Tnft
also know of the plan to make the
colonel temporary chairman and was
highly pleased with It. In consequence
many of those present considered that
the committee's notion might be taken
us a slap both at tho administration
and the colonel.
Tho machine members stendfnstly
maintained, however, that the nomina
tion of Mr. Sherman nmounted solely
to nn Indorsement of tho Tnft admin
istration nnd that It was to be Inter
preted in no other light. Tho organi
zation leaders denied emphatically
that their nomination of Mr. Sherman
hud been iiiined as a blow at Colonel
There Is a heated dispute as tc
whether President Tnft favored
Colonel Roosevelt or Mr. Sherman foi
Chnlrmnn Woodruff says that ho hud
a conference on Mondny night with
Mr. Sherman, that he asked Mr. Sher
man If he would consent to be the
temporary chairman of the convention
nnd that Mr. Sherman consented with
out making any qualifying remarks ol
any kind. Mr. Woodruff goes furthei
than that and Intimates that Mr. Sher
man told him that Mr. Tnft. would be
pleased rather than otherwiso to have
him take a prominent part in tho con
When Mr. Grlscom was told of the
statement inudo by Mr. Woodruff he
said he thought that the state chair
man must have been under a mlsan
preheuslou because he hud had It from
Mr. Tuft himself thut tho president
would bo delighted to havo Mr. Roose
velt tnke an actlvo part In the cum
pnlgu lu this stnte. In the contradic
tious that passed to and fro the short
nud ugly wonl was more than once
used, and it was apparent from llrst
to lust that tho friction between the
regulars and tho progressives has
reached so keen a stage as to mean
a red hot fight on tho floor of the
Mr. Woodruff is Jubilant over wlial
he considered to bo a victory for him
serf, and his friends intimated thai
be would be u caudfOnto for re-olec
tlon as chairman of tho state commit
L IN CHILL
Arranging to Take Montt's
Body to Native Land.
STATESMAN DIED IN BREMEN.
Succumbed to Attack of Heart Fall
uro After Ocean Voyago Talked to
Mayor Gaynor Before Attempted
Assassination on Steamship.
Bremen, Aug. 17. Arrangements ur
today being made to take the remain
of President Pedro Montt of Chili
back to his nutlve laud.
President Montt, who arrived hen
with Mrs. Montt on tho Kaiser Wll
helm der Crosse, died here lust night.
His death was caused by heart fail
ure, following a recent attack of angl
With Gaynor Before Shooting.
New York. Aug. 17. Meeting Presi
dent nnd Mrs. Montt on the deck of
the Kaiser Wllhelm der Grosse befort
she sailed, Mnyor Gnynor expressed
his pleasure that he was to make tin
voyage with them.
Soon after President and Mrs. Monti
turned awuy James J. Gallagher shot
tho mayor. Senor Montt was deeplj
affected by the dastardly attempt. Po
lltical ussusslnations are not uueom
mon in South America. Hearing the
shot. President Montt made a hastj
motion to draw a pistol. He sent to
Mayor Gaynor a wireless message ex
pressing profound sympathy and tlK
hope that he would recover.
Senor Montt, with his wife, sister
In-law and a suit, including n physi
clan, arrived here on the steamer Tn
gus from Colon, Panama, two week?
ago tomorrow. They had sailed from
Valparaiso to Panama on the Chilean
warship Esmeralda. Senor Montt was
In bad health, suffering from angina
pectoris, a nervous affection of the
heart! He was on his way to Bud
Nauhelm, a watering place In Hesse
Germany, to take the cure.
While here Senor Montt and hit
party visited President Tuft at tin
"summer oupltnl," Beverly, Mass.
Pedro Montt became president ol
Chile on Sept. IS, 1000, nnd his term
extended to 1011.
His father, Manuel Montt, was pivs
Ident of Chile from 1S."1 to ISM.
NO OPERATION TODAY.
Mayor Gaynor's Surgeons Will Dela
Removal of Bullet.
New Vorlc, Aug. 17. No operntloi
for the removal of the bullet fron
Mayor Gaynor's throat Is contempluter
for today necordlna to the physician
lu attendance, although reiorts were
Insistent lust night (9wt such an opera
tlon was scheduled. This was strength
ened when It became known tlint f
special set of Instruments had bevi
sent for mid that the doctors ha?
agreed to moot for their dally eon
saltation several hours earlier that
The wounded mayor's condition con
'Inui's to steadily Improve.
The mayor l now able to sit up It
bed and read. His first book, selectee
ut random from the hospital library
was "Happy Hawkins."
CENSUS TO COST $15,000,000.
About 65,000 Out of 70,000 Enumera
tors Have Been Paid.
Washington, Auk. 17. I'he census oi
1010, the thirteenth since the organiza
tlon of the gowrunient will cost be
tween ?14.000,0(W nud $1.1,000.000. Con
gress has already appropriated $12,
000,000 for the work. At the censut
bureau It Is lelloved thut a deficit ol
about $3,000,000 will huvo to bo pro
vldeel for. Of tho 70,000 enumerator!
about 03,000 have been paid and the
remainder aro being paid off as fast
as vouchers ire received. For wort
done by 1)7,5150 enumerators $:!,700,VK
has been paid.
$6,000,000 OIL DIVIDEND.
John D.'s Share $1,620,000 $30,000,00(
So Far This Year.
New York, Aug. 17. Tho director
of tho Standard Oil comimiy declnreO
a regular iuurterly dividend of 0 o
share on Its 1,000,000 shares. Join:
I), Rockefeller's portion of this pluu
Is $1,020,000. Tho llrst quarter thh
year paid $15 u shuro and tho second
$0 a share. This present payment
makes n total of $30,000,000 paid ir
for dividends so far thU year.
. ATTORNEY A COUKBELOR-AT-LAW.
Oftlce ndlnccnt to Post Olllcc In Dlmmlck
olllcc, Honesdnle, l'n.
M. II. LEE,
ATTORNEY A COUNBELOR-AT-LAW.
Otllce over post olllce. All lesul business
promptly attended to. Honesdale, Pa.
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW
Ofllrp I.lliprtr Hnll biilldlni;. ODDOslte the
Post Office. Honesdale. l'n.
ATTORNEY A COUNBELOR-AT-LAW.
Olllco over Hell's store. Honesdnle l'n.
ATTORNEY .1 COUSSEI.OR-AT-LAW
OfTlce ver Post Otllce. Honesdnle. Pa
fUIARLES A. McCARTY,
J ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR- IT-LAW.
Special nnd prompt nttentlon clvcn to the
collection of claims. Otllce over Kelt's new
store. Honesdnle. l'n.
Tjl P. KIMBLE,
JL1 . ATTORNEY A COUNBELOR-AT-LAW,
Olllce over the cost office Honesdnle. Pn.
. ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW
OHice in the Court House, Honesdale
PETER H. ILOFF,
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW.
Olllce Second Moor old Snvlnes link
building. Honesdale. l'n.
QEARLE & SALMON,;
fj ATTORNEYS 4 COINSELORS-AT-LAW,
Otllces lntelv occupied by Judso Searle.
fUIESTER A. GARRATT.I
J ATTORNEY A COt!NbELOR-AT-LAW.
Olllce adjacent to Post Olllce. Honesdale, Pa
DR. E. T. BROWN,
Otllce First floor, old Savlnes Cnnk bulld
Intr. Honesdnle. Pn.
Dr. C. R. BRADY. Dentist. Honesdale. Pa.
OfkiceIIoubs-S m. to p. m
Any eventnc by appointment.
Citizens' phone. 33. Residence. No. S6-X
Dli. H. B. SEARLES,
Office nnd residence 1019 CourtTstreet
telephones. Office Hours 2:00 to,J:00.innd
6 00 oB:00.D.m
LIVERY. t red. G. Ricknrd has re
moved his livery establishment from
corner Church street to Whitney's Stone
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
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correspondent in every town
in Wayne county. Don't be
afraid to write this office for
paper and stamped envelops.
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Office and Works I
1036 MAIN ST. f
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The OLDEST Fire Insurance
Agency in Wayne County.
Office: Second tloor Masonic Build
ing, over O. C. Jtulwin's drugS, store,
M. LEE BRAMAN
EVERYTHING IN LI VERY
Buss For Every Trainband
Horses always for salf
Boarding and Accomodations
Prompt and polite attention
at all times.
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