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THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAKCif 1, 1 11.
IN THE REALM "
First of the Lingerie Frocks.
This charming little frock Is one
xrhlch mother or big sister may em
broider during the long winter even
ings to bo made up later In the Bprlug
for n party frock for the little glrL
tTlie material may be of linen on a del-
SEW DESIGN l'OR BUMSIttll FROCK.
Icato shade of pink or blue embroid
ered In self tones, though It Is safer
to select white for any frock which re
quires a great amount of work, as a
folor Is apt to fade. A design may
be stamped at the needlework depart
ment of any of the large stores. The
little girl wears n sash of any dainty
olor with this little frock with little
bows on the sleeves to match.
Damask For Shawl Scarfs.
Silk damasks are used In the fash
ioning of the broad shawl scarfs that
tre fashionable. They have the air
f having once covered sofas and
thalrs of the grand monarch period,
are soft and pliable and especially
woven for the dressmaker's use.
These scarfs are so ampin that when
wound about the llguro they arc as
warm as a coat. The colors are ex
quisite. A blurred design In Japanese
red, which has all the romance of the
east in it, Is most effective. A mellow
thistle blue shade and a peculiar green
that is named after the Nile, yet which
makes the ,old fashioned nile green
seem Insipid, is used with excellent
These are often bordered with mara
bou and are thrown over the shoulders
with the defiant abandon of the Span
Kimono Sleeves the Most Strik
ing Feature of New Modes.
Long ago, when you were really
young, the first showing of spring
shirt waists In tho windows In the
middle of winter actually set your
heart all in a flutter. They were so
enticing, and you wished you bad
about twice ns many as you could af
ford, and you made up your mind to
copy some of those that looked so sim
ple and cost so much.
But now that you are a thousand
years old and have seen the new shirt
waists In the windows many, many
times you huve even been known to
walk right by a window full of them
without looking In, which is n grea
It's a mistake because it's truckling
to old age, and it's n great mistake,
too, becauso tho new blouses are un
deniably pretty, and this year there
ro many new points about them.
Perhaps the most striking character
istic of tho now blouses is the preva
lence of tho kimono sleeve. Almost
half the soft waists seem to be made
with this new seamless shoulder. It
is tho logical outcomo of tho winter's
modes. The suit blouses of chiffon
and silk were nlmost all made with
half or three-quarter length kimono
sleeves, and no objections were offered,
so It was tho logical thing to repeat
this popular style in tho summer
Another distinguishing feature of
tho new waists Is tho use of One
French voile or marquisette. The vollo
is to be preferred to tho marquisette,
however, as It Is a little firmer.
Tho vago for beads, so marked in
tho winter styles, also has its echo in
tho waists for 1011. Some wash
blouses nro seen delicately embroider
ed in porcolnln beads of black, white
or color. But Binco tho laundering of
these beaded patterns Is rather diffi
cult tho designers have cleverly made
ase of a now kind of embroidery
which imitates tho little porcelain
beaded effect to perfection. It resem
bles a series of French dots, each dot
being about tho size and shape of a
iwhlto porcelain bead. Dainty patterns
aro worked in thill beaded effect on
marquisette nnd voile.
On other waists small coral beads
are used, and tho coral touch is accen
tuated by narrow folds of coral vollo
at the neck and -.looves.
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fin fjiuterliefj jiuanjia OTiaicnt'tt
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oerroeife fel&ft cinen djneibcr nidjt
auf fcin 6clb marten laffen.
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um 50 rojent ntiQcnommcu. cr
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nen SUuttermild) actrunFcn rourben.
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aber int Uebermafj flctoidjelt IjaBen,
roenn cr iefet ein-en fofdjen S&ibertuil.
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bcr tnafdjedjte SImeriFancr bem iiibli
fum baS Sell iiber bie 'DJjren 311 51c
tjeti berftcFjt, Ijabtn bie meifleu
&oreignerS" Fetnen Sdjimntcr.
A Yard and a Goat.
"Give mo back a yard with forty
square feet 111 it and a goat," said Dr.
Thomas J. Allen of Chicago, noted ns
a food specialist, "and I will show
any one how a family of Ave largely
can be supported. Tho high cost of
living problem is all bosh If tho head
of the family would Just adapt himself
to circumstances nnd surroundings.
On a small city lot you can easily raise
all the vegetables necessary, except
potatoes, to support a family of live
people, and with the goat the cost of
living will be reduced still more. Tho
goat Is lost sight of in this country.
Goat milk Is by far the best that any
one can drink. I state this ns nn au
thority on food values. Another thing,
it is a good animal to have around. It
is cheap to keep, is a fine playmate for
the children, and you can depend upon
it to keep the lawn well cropped with
out digging up tho roots." Kansas
By Their Voices She Knows Them.
Jllss Blnnche Thompson is tho only
"voice detective" in the national capi
tal. She is telephone operator in tho
big building occupied by the postofflce
department nnd enjoys the reputation
of being able to recognize on the wire
tho voices of 80 per cent of all con
gressmen, offlcials and business men
who do business with men In the de
partment. On one occasion a newspaper corre
spondent named Smith, who works
most of the time in Washington, called
up the department by long distance
telephone from New York and, with
out giving his name, said ho wanted
to speak to the postmaster general.
AVithout hesitating a moment Miss
Thompson called Mr. Hitchcock's sec
retary and said: "Mr. Smith, the corre
spondent, wants to speak to tho post
master general. lie's talking from
New York." Washington Star.
The Chinese nre offering stubborn
resistance to the European doctors
who aro endeavoring to stamp out the
plague. The authorities and the doc
tors, we learn from a French source,
are at their wit's end, for the educated
Celestials share with the common peo
ple a belief that the hygienic measures
and clinical treatment advocated by
European surgeons nre designed to kill
and not euro tho people. One of the
legends which has a powerful influ
ence over the peopto Is that the Euro
peans want tho bodies, more especially
the eyes, for the preparation of different
medicines. More horrible stories still
are circulated, and it Is said tho native
press Is much to blame for not endeav
oring to educnto the people up to an
understanding of European medical
nnd surgical treatment. London Globe.
Lost by Two Feet.
An actress recently figured in an
amusing suit brought against her by a
photographer at Dobreczen, Hungary.
She had been photographed with bare
feet and had refused to pay for the
photographs, alleging that her feet
were made to appear ridiculously
large. In court she was asked to take
off her shoes and stockings in order
that a comparison might be made.
This, however, she refused to do. It
wns then decided to compare the fin
ished photograph with tho origlnnl neg
ative, and it was seen that the pho
tographer In "retouching" had remod
eled the actress' toes so as to make
her feet appear really smaller than
represented In the negative. He con
sequently won his case, the actress
leaving the court in high dudgeon.
Last Year's Aerial Tragedies.
The record of fatalities in aeronau
tics for 1010, which was not complet
ed until the last day of the year, ap
pears in Popular Mechanics Magazine.
Fifty-three names make up the list,
beginning with Leon Delagrange, on
Jan. 4, and ending with Molsnnt and
Hoxsey on Dec. 31. A number of in
teresting facts are pointed out: The
four pioneers of three years ago, Wil
bur and Orvllle Wright, Henry Far
man and Alberto Santos-Dumont, are
all living; an uncannily large number
of the stated fatalities occurred on
the 13th day of the month, nud the
grcntest number of deaths occurred
in the last six months of the year,
there having been only fourteen before
The Generous Tramp.
Mayor Gaynor at a dinner in New
York said of a charity that had fallen
"I understand that they paid their
collectors 40 per cent of all that they
collected. That Is charity on a mer
cenary basis. It recalls the Christmas
eve talk of the two tramps.
" 'I wish I had money enough to
make every little child In New York
happy tomorrow,' said the first tramp
on Christmas eve.
" 'What would ye do J' tho second
" 'Iluy stocks nnd bonds and live on
tho interest,' was the reply."
Limburger Will Assert Itself.
Llmburger cheese will nlways make
itself known. Swiss cheese will nl
ways bo porous. So says U. S. Uacr,
secretary of the Wisconsin Cheese
makers' association. "Wo hnve made
rxperiments," continued Mr. Baer,
"but they never proved n success. We
thought we had a chceso that contain
ed all the flavor of llmburger, minus
the smell, but it wns a decided fail
ure. Then, again, we had a cheese
that looked something like tho Swiss
variety, but It was solid, no holes or
eyes. But tho taste was far from be
ing Swiss. It cannot be accomplished."
FOR THE CKJEi
The Cautious Cat.
A Cautious Cut
Anil a ItccUlcss Hat
Went to sea with nn Innocent Lamb.
They called In a yawl
With nothing at all
To eat but a Sugar Cured Ham.
Tho wind blow high
In a sky blue sky
At a rate they hud never foreseen.
The wind blew low,
And tho wind also
Blew a little bit In botweon
Just a little bit In between.
Said tho Cautious Cat
To tho Reckless Itat,
Llkewlso to tho Innocent Lamb:
"We'll tack this smack
And sail right back
To send a Mar-conl-o-gram,
For the winds might blow
Both high nnd low,
And I wouldn't caro a Lima Bean,
But I never can Ball
When tho ocean gale
Blows a little bit In between
Just a little bit In between.
"Or course with me
You will never ngree,"
Said tho Cat to tho Itat and tho Lamb,
"But If you balk
You will have to walk.
That's tho kind of a kitten I ami"
So they sailed right back
On the larboard tack
To tho nearest port of call,
And the Kecklesa Rat
Let It go at that,
While tho Lamb said nothing at all
Said nothing whatever at all.
The Jackdaw's Advice.
Once upon a time a jackdaw found
some beautiful peacock feathers lying
on the ground, so he thought he would
deck himself with them. "Now," said
he, "my friends will admire me, and
I'll bo their leader In dress."
Then she strutted nbout. But It was
no use. fehe was only a jackdaw, and
all the other birds knew It nnd made
fun of her. They jeered nnd mocked
at her, and the wisest birds In the
tree cried: "She is pretending to be
something she is not. She is not true
to her colors. She is unfit for our com
pany." "Let's pluck off her borrowed finery,"
said another. "When stripped she will
appear in her true light."
Thus was tho jackdaw exposed, and
she never got over tho disgrace. When
she was dying she called her children
to her nnd gave them this advice:
"Never pretend to be what you are
"Do not be like some boys and girls
I know, who think that fine dresses
will make people admire them.
"A jackdaw should not try to look
like a peacock, for she'll be nothing
more than a jackdaw, nnd a very fool
ish one at that."
Some Old Buildings.
Down in old Santa Fe, the capital of
New Mexico, the oldest seat of civil
and religious government on American
soil, there exist many remains of build
ings erected by the old Spanish con
querors of the country. One of tlic:e.
the Adobe palace, has been used as the
'executive" mansion since tho first
governor and captain general, .luan de
Otermln, occupied it in 1CS0, while
the cathedral, built in 1701, is now
rapidly mmibllng nway and will soon
be replaced by a modern stone build
ing. Another interesting ecclesiastical od
ilice is the Church of San Miguel, erect
ed in the sixteenth century, but de
stroyed during tho Pueblo revolution
of IfiSO and rebuilt in 1710. Close to
this structure stands n house generally
recognized as the "oldest in the United
States." It was built before tho Span
ish conquest, and it is traditionally
reported that Coronado lodged in It In
I When is a lawyer like a horse?
When drawiug n conveyance.
What is that which you can keep
after giving to some one else? Your
To what church did Eve belong?
Adam thought her Ev(e)angellcnl.
AVhy is n woman lucky at cards nn
agreeable person? Beenuse she has
AVhat tree bears the most fruit to
market? The axletrce.
Why Is n pretty girl like a fine mir
ror? Sho is a good looking lass.
What affections do landlords most
appreciate? Parental (pay-rental).
Why nre nose and chin like quarrel
some children? Because words are
always passing between them.
Why is a person with his eyes closed
like a poor teacher? He keeps his pu
pils In darkness.
Why is beef suitable for holiday din
ner? Meet for rejoicing.
A Ring Trick.
You must have two rings exactly
nllke, one of which has n notch which
admits your cheek. When you have
exhibited the perfect ring you change
it for the other and prlvntcly slip the
notch over one side of your mouth,
meantime slipping tho whole ring on
your stick nnd hiding it with your
hand. Then desire some one to hold
the stick, whip the ring out of your
cheek and Hinlte with It instantly upon
tho stick, concealing it nnd whirling
the other ring which you hold your
hand over round nbout tho stick.
The Laughing Game,
The players divide Into sides and
choose n, leader, who stands in tho
middle of the room and tosses a rag
doll in the nir. If tho doll falls on its
face the people on one Bido laugh as
loudly as they can. Any ono on tho
other side who laughs, however, has
to Join the laughing side. When the
doll falls face upward it is tho turn of
tho people of the other sldo to laugh
and win players over. Tho game does
not fall to end hilariously.
Statement of Finances
OF WAYNE CO.
(Continued from Pago G.)
" " bounties 1W M
Clinton supervisors 2M) no
Clinton school district. . . 2fiO m
Drehersup'rsnetstnto rond 1HI) IS
Hnrley Flemlnit estate . . 517 IB
HllUldo Goat A Iron Co,
taxes IflflT, US, M9 225 00
poor district l'reston. 2177 1
" " Hawloy 9X1 76
" Berlin NVjtl CO
" I'nlmyrn .... 015 71
Honesdnle-Toxas 915 80
" Dyborry . . 2d xt
' Oherry Itltldo ion 20
collector Palmyra Uup '02, W tin sm
I) berry dup Wit, VS 23! 7J
" Lehigh dup 1007. . 1 00
Manchester dupW, WIS 21
Wnymnrt dup 1007 0 m
" Clinton dup luos Js
" DiitnasciH dup 1008 20 41
Droller dup llH . 1 M
Lebanon dup 100S 8 HS
duplicate lli9. 710 78
1010. . 1600-2 so
Balance county fund In treasury. 4972 15
$ S22U 03
CLAIMS AGAINST COUNTY
Due r II lU'lnlnpr,Jr,nectn9csi) Kldno $ 14 14
Ohas Wood, Jury duty.Oet term.'lo 1 so
W II Bullock. error In bill Nof,78 1M0 2 00
J W Ilnrtford, " in costs, CI K
Wheeler ease 60
T C Madden, expense account Into 40 w
J K Hornbeck, " " " 117 88
JK Mnndevllle, " " " wns
M J llnnlon, Imlanconcct 11110 fit) 01
M Leo lirntmin, shorilT, bal ncct 1421) 13
Vnreoo& Hoyd, bain -ct Snleiu brdg 408 00
" White Mills " HI 00
A Brnnnlng. bal Stnrllaht brldno 400 00
Win Watts, note and Interest lo:i7 07
Mrs Klljnli Oruy, " " " 4,17 25
Thomas (Jill, " " ' Kmi 00
K K Ferguson, " " " lews Kl
II II Ferguson, " " 6101 41
W L Ferguson, " " " Mil 00
Myrn Hill, 12I i
Trustees. I'rot Kng Oo note fc Int 3000 00
.1 C; Schmidt, liei-lin, dup 1000 21
M T Cummlngs, Dyh.-rry dup VJ so
.lohn Uutii iney, Lehigh, dup '00 1 00
l'eter F Schmltt, I'nlmyrn dup -09 2 43
Anion Goble. Paupnckdup TO 1 00
O II Hteplienson, WiiMimrt dup "00 4 48
Estlmuto nin't due collectors, Ilo . 3000 00
I 33180 24
FINANCIAL STANDING OF COUNTY
Totnl claims ngnlnst county $ 33180 21
Totnl claims fnvor county $ 32211 03
Iialanco iignlnst county w HI 83130 21
Vvo, tho undersigned Auditors, In and for
tho county of Wayne, do certify Hint wo
met at tho court h um at tloncsdah.
Wayne Oo., Pa. on January 2, 1011. Have
examined tho foregoing accounts of the
(loiinty Commissioners, Sheriff, County
Treinurer, Coroner nnd District Attorney
of Wayne County, Pa., and llnd them correct
as nbovo presented.
Witness our hand at Honesdalo this 4th
dny of Februaiy A.D., 1911.
A W LahiiaiikkI )
W B Lkhiikk, Auditors
J P Fl,YNN. )
CASTOR I A
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Ll'KEX'S TltAINEl) LIONS.
The attraction tit tho Lyric for
SAY! ITS GOBR3G TO RAIN!
"The day Is cold,
It rains, nnd the
Rainy days aro dismal days, cheerless aud full of gloom; hut they
are sure to come into the life of every person. You cannot hope to
escape them entirely, hut you may
PREPARE FOR THE COMING STORM
By opening a savings account in IIONESDALE 1)IME HANK. Such
a "rainy day" protection Is better than an umbrella, for the latter
will get old and fail to bo of service, while the bank account, with
Its compound interest, will grow and grow and become a joy and
comfort when you most need such factors of helpfulness. Come
in and let us talk it over. With n one dollar deposit, which will
belong to you, we give a Household Bank free.
Cheeses as Heirlooms,
In some parts of Switzerland It to
said that cheeses form family heir
looms which are somotlmcs handed
down from ono generation to another.
At Los Ormonts, in tho canton ol
Vaud, it is customnry to make spe
cial cheeses for certain family feasts.
They are tagged with explanatory la
bels and eaten several years later, at
other feasts, or even at funerals. Re
cently, at Les Ormonts, In n conceal
ed shelter, there was discovered a
cheese dntlng from 1785. It was na
hard as a rock, and had to be cut
with a saw. It is roportod to haTO
From time to tlmo the English
workingman has tho French peas
ant's thrift thrown In his face. The
French peasant may not be able to
find "sermons In stones, books in tho
running brooks," but ho can and
does find food In everything. Ho
and a large family could live on.
what an Englishman in the same po
sition wastes. People, however,
seem to forget that the habits of tho
Englishmen are determined by their
-VTOTIOE Ol- ADMlNlSTllATlON,
IN ESTATE OK
WILLIAM PENWARPKN. OKKGONTWP
All persons indebted to said estate nro noti
fied to mnko immediate payment to the un
dersigned: and those havlnsclalm3 against
the said estate are notlllcd to present them
duly attested, for settlement.
K. DARWIN PKNWA ItDEN.
LEVI W. PEN WARDEN,
Carley Rrook. Pa.. Jan. 18. 1911.
NOTICE OF ADMlNlSTllATlON,
ANNA M. WIZARD,
Late of Texas Township, Wayne Co., Pa.
All persona Indebted to said estate are noti
fied to make Immediate payment to the un
dersigned ; and those having claims against
the said estate are notlllcd to present them
duly attested for settlement.
Wlllias Coinpton nnd William Cornpton,
Honcsdale. Pa.. Jan. 11 1911.
W. C. SPRY
HOLDS SALES ANYWHEItE
Trains leave Union depot at 8.25
a. m. and 2.48 p. m week days.
Trains arrive Union depot at 1.E0
and 8.05 p. m. week days.
Saturday only, Erie and Wyoming
arrives at 3.45 p. m. and leaves at
5.50 p. m.
Sunday trains lcve 2.4 S and ar
rive at 7.02.
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Tuesday, HVdnesdny unit Thure-
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