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OTK CITIZICX, PHI DAY, NOVKMBEK 25, 1010.
They'll Keep Down Mexi
cans In Texas.
MADEIRO ACROSS THE BORDER? !
Revolutionary Leader Probably Haa
Evaded Soldiers and Is With His
Own Men Government Army
In Control) but May Need Help.
Washington, Nov. 22. Instructions t
wore sent to Brigadier General Hoyt,
commanding the department of Texas, i
with headquarters nt Fort Snm Hous
ton, near Sun Antonio, to hold his
troops In readiness for service In en-1
forcing the neutrality law. This action ,
was taken by Major General Leonard
Wood, chief of staff of the army, upon
the recommendation of Secretary of
Two regiments of Infantry, ten
troops of cuvnlry and three batteries
of Held artillery are available for serv
ice In case of emergency. General
Hoyt wns directed to keep In touch
with Governor Campbell of Texas and
to aid him In handling the situation.
Eugle Pass. Tex., Nov. 22. Simulta
neous with the arrival In Eagle Pass
of Julio Madeira, said to be a son of
FrancNcn Madeira, on whom the revo
lution!" hang their hope of freedom
from Diaz rule, came rumors of up
risings In small towns contiguous to
Cludad Porflrlo Diaz, and a number of
Mexicans as well as a few Americans
came to this side to escape trouble.
On the best of authority It Is learned
that General Francisco Madeira left I
Carrlso Springs with a guide nnd sev
eral attendants, headed for the near
est crossing of the Rio Grande Into
Mexico. X small band of Mexicans
crowed the Hlo Grande at a ford be
low Eagle Pass at a point near the
one It Is presumed General Madeira
and his party took. The Southern Pa
cllic Hallway company has orders that
a special from Fort Sam Houston
with two troops of cavalry heavily
equipped for scout duty Is bound for
Cludad Porflrlo Diaz Is quiet. All
business houses are closed, and per
sons are not permitted on the streets
after dark without a good reason.
The Mexican otllclals are delighted
at the prospect of having the Ameri
can soldiers on this side so as to head
off any armed forces from gathering
on this side and crossing to Mexico.
United States secret agents, the cus
toms and Immigration otllclals and the
United States marshals' forces are do
ing everything In their power to pre
vent the revolution from starting on
this side. Madeira has n wonderful
following In Mexico, and It Is con
ceded by both governments that all
danger will be passed If he can be
prevented from getting Into the coun
try with an armed force.
El Paso, Tex., Nov. 22. Trouble has
been reported at Orizaba, in the state
of Vera Cruz, Mexico, and Guerrero
and Hermanez. state of Coahulln, but
no confirmation has come of the re
ported battle and great slaughter at
Zacatecas, although persistent rumors
of such n fight continued to be re
ceived. At Guerrero and Hermanez the
troops have suppressed the rioting,
nnd at Orizaba the soldiers arrived In
time to prevent bloodshed, although
dissatisfied workmen In the mills at
that place stoned the mills, broke
many windows and attempted to set
fire to several manufacturing plants.
Mexican officials still seem able to
core for nny trouble that may develop.
The arms so far captured In Mexico
total more than 0.000, and the roundi
of ammunition total more than 50,000.
Arms of all kinds hnve been prohibit
ed from entering Mexico, nnd pro
spectors and miners must leave their
arms at tHo border. Stores throughout
Mexico have been forbidden to sell
arms or ammunition.
The report Is persistent along the
border that General Bernardino Reyes.
who was made to resign ns governor
of N'uevo Leon because his friends sup
ported him for vice president, is coin
ing back from Europe, where he was
sent ou "u military mission" soon aft
er he was forced out of olllce, and the
revolutionists have faith that he will'
lead them. If he does a large part of
the army will follow him.
John Alarcon, an American engineer,
nnd his wife and children have been
juiled In Chihuahua, nccordlng to re
ports brought here by trainmen, be
cause a search of their house revealed
dynamite which Mrs. Alurcon's broth
er had there for mining purposes.
Conditions are reported as uncertain
In Chihuahua. Practically all the na
tives employed In the railroad shops
are ready to Join tho revolutionists,
and tho troops uro ready to fall In
with them If Reyes appears as leader.
An order has been Issued for all
American women to keep off the
streets until peace Is restored lest
their presence lead to assaults and
A Mexican ruralu let his better Judg
ment Hllp yesterday evening near tho
fcarracka lu Cludad Porflrlo Diaz and
relied "Viva Madelro!"
An officer pin a sword through him.
Kansas Gains In Population.
Washington, Nov. 22. According to
figures Issued by the census bureau,
Iho total population of the state of
Kansas In 1010 Is 1,000,0 111, a gain of
15 per cent over the population ot
1000, which was 1.470.41.
He May Jo! Madeira
In the Mexican R voil.
CHILDS LOSES MONEY FAST.
In Wall Street He Spent Half a Mil
lion In Four Years.
New York, Nov. 22. That living W.
Chllds, who live years ago inherited
91,250,000 from the estate of his fa
ther, William H. Chllds, had lvt
$.-.00,000 of his Inheritance In Wall
street In the past four years came out
in a hearing In the supreme court.
The fact of the young man's plung
ing was the basis for application In
behalf of his wife, Mrs. Gertrude E.
Chllds. for a bond to protect the ali
mony granted her when slip obtained a
decree of separation.
'Mr. Chllds." said the lawyer for
Mrs. Chllds, "has always pa.d the ali
mony of $700 a month promptly, but
the manner In which he has squan
dered his fortune gives us apprehen
sion for the future. In less than four
years he has spent every dollnr of the
half million he got upon coming of
age. We don't want to run the risk
of his going through the $750,000
which Is coining to him, leaving his
wife and little girl unprovided for."
WOMAN SHOOTS ASSAILANT.
Telegraph Operator Is Attacked by
Monongahela, Pa., Nov. 22. Shortly
after midnight while on her way home
Miss Ivn Hush, a telegraph operator,
was attacked by a man she says she
did not recognize. Pulling a revolver
from her muff, Miss Bush shot him.
When help came the man was recog
nized by Miss Hush as Harry A. Smith,
a nn'road detective, whom, she says,
for weeks has been molesting her on
her way home from work. It was for
Smith, the young woman ndmlts, she
was carrying the revolver.
Miss Hush says Smith, who now Is
In a hospital In a dangerous condition,
recently tried to break Into the tower
where she works nt night. Miss Hush
has been placed under $2,000 ball.
Friends of Smith say the Bush wo
innn recently quarreled with Smith.
SHOOTS BRIDE AND SELF.
Out of Work, Ignazio Russo Tries Sui
cide and Murder.
New York, Nov. 22. Ignazio Itusso,
twenty-five years old and recently
mairled, grieved sorely because he was
out of work and all his savings had
gone during an illness, so he slipped
up to the bed where his bride was
sleeping and llred a bullet into her
forehead. Then he shot himself.
A pollcemnn found Mrs. Itusso, her
face and nlghtclothes bathed In blood,
bending over the unconscious husband.
Tho doctors said there wasn't a chance
for Ilusso. The young wife, however,
will get well.
"My husband has been driven crazy
by being out of work," Mrs. Itusso told
EMERSON SEEKS DIVORCE.
Father of Mrs. McKim Will Go to
New York, Nov. 22. Captain Isanc
E. Emerson of Baltimore, millIo.tiaire,
owner of two steam yachts and sev
eral country estates nnd father of the
recently divorced Mrs, Smith Holllns
McKim, who has been reported en
gaged to Alfred G. Vanderbllt, will
start for Iteno shortly nfter Thanks
giving to begin suit for divorce.
It has just became known that Cap
tain Emerlson and his wife separated
definitely several days ago. She re
mained In her suit In the Waldorf-Astoria,
and he took quarters In tho New
TALE OF THE WEATHER.
Observations of tho United
States weather bureau taken at
8 p. m. yesterday follow:
New York 41 Cloudy
Albany 40 Cloudy
Atlantic City . . 48 Cloudy
Boston 42 Cloudy
Buffalo 38 Cloudy
Chicago 30 Cloudy
St. Louis 14 Clear
New Orleans . . .58 Clear
Washington ... I" Cloudy
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Burr Bros. Charged With
Selling Worthless Stock.
ORGANIZED THIRTY COMPANIES
With Oil and Mining Corporations, It
Is Alleged, They Perpetrated Frauds
Aggregating Nearly $50,000,000.
Hitchcock Here In Charge,
New York, Nov. 22. Charged with
perpetrating frauds aggregating be
tween $10,000,000 and $50,000,000,
three young men who have been doing
business under the corpornte name or
Burr Bros., Inc., were arrested by the
postal authorities. Tho men under ar
rest are Sheldon C. Burr, Eugene II.
Burr nnd Frnnk O. Tobcy. They were
arraigned before United States Com
missioner Aloxnnder, and the United
States district attorney asked that ball
le fixed at $20,000 each.
So tremendous nro the frauds alleged
to have been perpetrated by this group
of young financiers that Postmaster
General Frnnk II. Hitchcock came to
New York to personally take charge
of the case.
The postmaster general declares that
within the past three years Burr Bros,
have organized over thirty oil and min
ing corporations nnd have flooded the
market with more than $-10,000,000 of
From now ou there will bo no more
Issuing of fraud orders against compa
nies that offer nothing for something
and promise to pay a high rate of In
terest on It. Under the old custom,
which the government followed for
years, tho offending concern merely
was forbidden the use of the malls.
The only hardship this worked wns
the necessity of changing the name of
the company. Under tho present plan,
which has the approval of President
Taft, the offenders possibly will be in
dicted for using the malls to defraud
and, Mr. Hitchcock says, will be put
behind the bars Just as fast as the
courts can send them there.
CZAR REGRETS THE DEATH.
Tolstoi's Body Will Be Buried Today
St. Petersburg, Nov. 22. When the
czar received from Premier Stolypln a
report of the death of Count Tolstoi
he wrote on the margin of the paper:
"I heartly regret the death of this
great writer, who embraced In the
golden age of his talent tho crea'lon
of types of his fatherland, thus con
stituting one of the most glorious
years In the life of Russia. May he
find In God n merciful Judge!"
The body of the dead novelist was
borne to a train by the citizens. A
crowd has assembled, and as the cof
fin wns carried along the onlookers
Joined In a solemn chant. The coun
tess, bowed with grief nnd supported
by friends, wnlked ahead of the cof
fin. The funeral train is due at Haseka,
three miles from the Tolstoi home, at
9 o'clock this morning. Burial on the
family estnte will follow soon after.
There will bo no ceremony.
A YOUNG JIMMY VALENTINE.
Boy of Seventeen Accused of Working
the Combination of a Safe.
New York, Nov. 22. Willie Allen, a
boy of seventeen, who by delicate ma
nipulation with his fingers worked the
combination of n safe, though he had
never tried one before, and then went
forth and bought burglar's tools, faced
Judge Fawcett In the county court In
Brooklyn. He was so small for his
age that the Judge could hardly be
lieve he was seventeen.
Allen wns accused of taking $00
from the safe of his employer while
the latter was away.
EXHUME KETCHEL'S BODY.
Brothers Had Been Suspicious, Believ
Ing He Was Beaten to Death.
Grand Baplds, Mich., Nov. 22. The
body of Stanley Ketchel, middleweight
champion, who was murdered near
Springfield, Mo., has been exhumed by
three brothers John, Leon and Alex
ander Ketchel. They explained they
had heard Stanley was beaten to
dentil nnd not shot.
The brothers reported that they
found the bullet holes and also evl
deuces of a club having been used
about Stunley's head.
AVOID STORED TURKEYS.
Othorwise Eat Thy Fill, Proclaims Dr.
Washington, Nov. 22. -Dr. Harvey
W. Wiley, tho government puro food
specialist, has given out this Thanks
"Eat thy fill ou Thanksgiving day;
forget Wiley and the microbe, but do
not eat cold storago turkey."
Kill Forty Deer In a Day.
I'lttslleld, Mass., Nov. 22. fully for
ty deer, tho mujorlty does, were killed
In Berkshire county at the openlug of
the deer season, which will lust until
sunset Saturday. A majority of the
deer killed were on the Hooslck
range, between the Ilousutoulc utid
Connecticut valleys, where deer huve
populated tho hills after escaping from
Iho big Whitney preservo on October
) LORD FISHER.
L II I . .I .I- J
Comes to Son's
Now York, Nov. 22. Lord Fisher of
Kllverstone, G. C. B., British admiral,
retired, and regnrded as the greatest
authority In tho world on naval con
struction, arrived here and Immediately
started for Philadelphia t6 be present
at his son's wedding todny.
Lord Fisher's son, the Hon. Cecil
Fisher, has been In America for some
time. His bride to bo Is Miss Jane
Morgan, daughter of Randall Morgan,
CANADA IS FRIENDLY.
Willing For Reciprocity, a Speaker
Says In Parliament.
Ottawa, Out., Nov. 22. When the
first business session of the eleventh
parliament opened the reciprocity
question immediately came to the.
front. Mr. McGlvern, In moving the
speech from the throne, alluded to
tho readiness of Cannda for thirty
years to enter into n reciprocity agree
ment with the United Stntes.
Mr. McGlvern said that both coun
tries had come to know one another
better and to realize that they were
the two great nations of the North
American continent. Peace between
them had existed for over a hundred
years, and this was a notable demon
stration to tho rest of tho world. What
Canada said to the United Stntes was:
We are pleased to discuss trade re
lations with you. If we can come to
an agreement satisfactory to both
countries so much the better: if not.
no harm Is done."
LEAVES HER THIN HUSBAND.
But a Wife Who Was Afraid He Would
Drop In a Hole Is Consoled,
Wllkesbarre, Pa., Nov. 22. - Mrs.
John Dedenus of Knirvlew decided
two weeks ago that she could no lon
ger live with her husband. Dedenus
was disconsolate. lie "was not aware
of having done anything to displease
his wife, so he got Alderman Donahue
to intercede. The alderman had the
woman in his office, and then she ex
plained her conduct.
"You see how it is, Judge," she said.
"John is six feet three inches in height.
Now, look ut him. He is as fat around
as a match. Every tlmo I go out with
him I nm afraid he will fall Into a hole
and never come back."
Alderman Donahue persuaded the
woman to return to her husband.
NEWSBOY SAVES 100 LIVES.
Discovers Firo In Frame Dwellings
Whllo Delivering Papers.
New York, Nov. 22. More than a
hundred persons were compelled to flee
in their nlghtclothes when a row of
eight story frame dwellings In the
Bronx cuught fire. Three alarms were
sent In, and KIre Chief Croker aii
peared on the scene. The damage was
Herbert Eck, fourteen years old, was
delivering morning newspapers when
ho saw smoke pouring from one of the
houses. Drojiplng his newspapers, he
hunted up a policeman, who sent In
CRIPPEN TO DIE NOV. 23.
Convicted Slayer Sill Says That
Didn't Kill His Wife.
IHidou, Nov. 22, Dr. Crljipen's pe
tition for u reprieve has been denied.
Crlppen will be hanged on the morn
lug of Wednesday, Nov, 23.
"I am ready for the end," Crlppen
said. "I shall die with the firm con
viction that eventually the proofs of
my lnnoccuco will some duy become
Grahame-White Circles Warships.
Philadelphia, Nov. 22.-Claude Ora
name-White, who Is giving exhibition
filghts at the Point Breeze race track
here, went nloft three times yesterday
ufternoou In perfect flying weather,
After circling tho course ho flew to
tho Philadelphia navy yard, n mile
away and maneuvered over tho war
Ready For Trust Wednesday.
Washington. Nov. 22. United Stntes
District Attorney WIso of Now York,
Who Is In Washington preparing tho
government's bill In equity looking to
the dlysoltitlon of the sugar trust, said
that the papers should bo ready by
KKPOUT OK TlfS CONDITION OF
Farmers and Me-
or HONKSDALK, WAYNK COUNTY,
nt tho close of business, Nov. 9. 1910.
Reserve fund t
Cash, specie and notes, $9,749 50
Due from approved rc-
, serve iiccnts $.13,777 0(3-49,527 06
Nickels, cents and fractional
currency 102 32
. Checks nnd other cash Items 1.820 01
inic rroin mums nnil trust com
panies not reserve.
lilts discounted tQMRM
Time loans with collateral 31,453 00
liO.ms ou call with collateral 30.013 30
Ixmiisiipon call upon two or more
. names ai.OGT Oil
Loans secured by bonds nnd mort-
. kukcs H.ua w
investment securities owned exclu
sive of reserve bonds, viz
Stocks, bonds, etc $17,077 91
Mortgages um! pule-
munis of record 41,090 :2-D2.0iH 2.1
Olllce Hulldlnir nnd Ix)t 18.899 55
Furniture una fixtures 1,801 41
$ 355.908 3.1
Capital Slock paid In $ 75,000 00
Surplus Fund 10,000 00
I'ntllvldcd Profits, less' expenses
and tuxes paid 4.502 72
Individual Deposits, subject
to check V-ti.m fU
Deposits, special 174,325 1)7-200,103 (il
State of Pennsylvania, County of Wayne, ss.
I, C. A. hmcry. Cashier of the above named
statement Is true to the best of my knowledge
C. A. EMERY. Casliler.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 15th
aay or iso v. 1910.
Re-va S. EdobttN. I1
Correct attest :
M. E. Simons, )
M. H. Allen. Directors.
J. S. RnowN, I
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
HONESDALE NATIONAL BANK
HONKSDALK. WAYNE COUNTY. PA.
At the close of business, Nov. 10, 1910.
Loans and Discounts S 249.757 07
Ovcrdrafts.sccurcd and unsecured l(i 49
U. S. lionds to secure circulation. 50.000 IX)
Premiums on l S. Bonds 2.800 00
lionds. securities, etc 1,310,452 44
Ilankine-house, furniture and fix
tures 40.000 00
Due from National Ranks (not
Reserve Agents) ... 2.073 25
Due from State unit Private Ranks
and Hunkers. Trust Companies,
and savings Banks 1,072 15
Due from approved reserve
agents 113,882 09
Checks and other cash items .'f.lsa he!
Notes of other National Ranks.. 490 00
Fractional paper currency, nick
els and cents 440 02
Lawful .Money Reserve in Bunk,
viz : Specie ifb7,C24 50
Legal tender notes 9,542 00- 96.566 50
ueuemption tuna witn u. s.
t reasurer, (3 per cent, of circu
lation) 2,750 00
Total $1,908,437 09
Capital Stock paid In $
and taxes naid 82.071 31
National Rank notes outstanding 51,000 w
Due to other National Ranks 404 21
Individual deposits subject to
check tl.44!USL'l 00
Demand certificates of
deposit 23.910 00
Certified checks 65 00
Cashier's checks out
standing 1,125 57-J1.471.411 57
lionus borrowed None
otes and bills rediscounted Isonc
Rills payable. Including certifi
cates oi deposit lor money bor
Liabilities other than those above
Total S1.90S.4S7 09
State of Pennsylvania, County of Wayne, ss.
I. E. F. ToRREY. Cashier of Hir iihni-f
named liank. do srlemnlv swpnr tluit the
above statement Is true to tbe best of my
Knowieuge ana ueiiei.
K. F. Torrev, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
15th day of Nov.. 1910.
K. A. S.M1T1I, M. 1',
II. Z. HUSSELL. )
Jas. C. Uikdsall, -Directors.
E. B. HAKDlLNUERail, J 4w91
KEPOKT OK THE CONDITION
WAYNE COUfW SAVINGS BANK
HCWUBDALE, CO., PA..
at the close of business, Nov. 9, 1910,
Reserve fund i
C'ush, specie and notes. M2.7S9 85
IJue from approved re
serve teems 149,039 39
U'L'al securities at par.., 45,000 00-236,829 21
Nickels, cents and fractional cur
Checks and cash Items l.lil Ml
Due from Hanks and Trust Co's.uot
reserve acents 9.339 45
Hills discounted, $307,170 04
Time loans with collateral 31,750 00
Loans on call with col
lateral 111.019 11
Loans on call upon one
nunie 200 00
Ixjuns on call upon two or
more names 80,557 10
1-oans secured by bond
unci monL'ui:e u,iw-xn,rM m
Investment securities owned ex
clusive of reserve bonds, viz:
Stocks, Uouds, etc.. 1,790,209 71
ments of record.... 276.030 53 2.067.110 24
Olllce ilulldiiiL' and Lot 27.0U0 00
otber Ileal listitte u.uoo ou
Furniture tun! Fixtures 2.000 00
Overdrafts 31 41
Miscellaneous Assets 400 00
Capital Stock, paid in....$ 100,000 00
Surplus Fund 310,000 00
Undivided l'rollts. less
expenses uud taxes paid 115,007,56-525,007 66
Deposits subject to check $I76.SI9 37
lndivldai Depo.sit.Tlme,2,201.9W 75
Time certificates of de
posit 238 78
Certified Cheeks l50 oo
Cashier's check outst'c 6,719 71-2,384,996 61
Duo to Commonwealth 23,000 00
uue io names aim i rust uos, not ro-
tcrve au'cnts 1.686 09
suite oi rcnusyivama, uuuuty of Wuyne, ss:
I, II. Scott Salmon, Cashier of the above
named Company, do solemnly swear that the
above statement Is true, to the best of my
knowledge and belief,
(Slt'iied) II. S. SALMON, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th
duy of Nov. 1910.
(Sinned) KOHKKT A. SMITH. N, P.
..... Notarial SealJ
V. 11. Holmes, 1
F. P. Kimiilk, V Directors,
TWKIjVK muslin trespass notices
for ? 1.00; six for seventy-five cents.
Name of owner, township and law
regarding trespassing printed there
on. CITIZEN olllce.
Tho head of a Now York firm hay
ing important Interests In Italy do
elded somu time ago, In view of tho
death of an old nnd reliable clerk.
who, of nil lr tho establishment, was
tho only one to have a good knowl
edge of the Italian tongue, that his
own son, also a member of tho con
corn, ought to take up tho study of
that language. Recently a friend met
tho young man. "I understand," said
ho, "that you'ro actually studying
Italian." "Why, yes," said tho other.
"I've been at It for several months
under a teacher Just from the other
side." "What progress?" "Good," was
the nnswer. "He's beginning to speak
English remarkably well." Tho Argo
naut. Airship Stations In Africa.
The French Government is serious
ly considering a plan to explore Al
giers and the Sudan by means of aero
planes for the purpose of ascertaining
the moat desirable locations for air
ship stations. Scientific American.
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In all such cases almost instant relief is;
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