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THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1011
President Will Visit Tennes
see and Kentucky.
SPEAKING IN BUTTE TODAY.
Present Trip Will Be Longest Ever
Taken by a President Out of the
South Until After Election In
November Back In Wash
ington Nov". 10.
Ogdcn, Utah, Oct. 10. A new mile
nge record for a presidential trip will
bo set by President Taft before be re
turns to Washington. To the 13,000
0 miles of the present schedule Mr. Taft
has decided to add somo eighteen days
Additions to the Itinerary include n
day In West Virginia, four days at
Hot 'Springs, Vn., for a rest, two or
three days at his homo in Cincinnati
and a tour through Kentucky and Ten
nessee, with probably a stop In Vir
ginia on the way to Washington. This
will delay the president's return to
Washington nearly three weeks, bring
ing him to the White House about
Nov. 10, a little more than two weeks
before the opening of the regular ses
sion of congress.
In that time he will have to prepare
his message on departmental and oth
er governmental uffalrs, for bis plans
for tariff revision on the report of the
tariff board on Schedule K, which is
to be ready for congress upon its con
vening, and put his house in order gen
erally for the arduous work of the
The tour of Kentucky and Tennes
see was contemplated when tho it
inerary for the present trip was under
consideration. Tho lateness of the ad
journment of congress last summer,
however, forced the president to short
en his trip; nlso he was advised by
Henry Wattcrson of Louisville to post
pone his visit to Kentucky until after
the elections had been held there In
November, lest his visit might be con
strued by tho Democrats to mean an
interference in state politics.
Details for the trip through Ken
tucky and Tennessee have not yet been
nrranged, but Secretary Hillis Is In
touch with the persons In charge of his
visit to the various towns.
Butte, Mont., Oct. 10. The president
Arrived here at 10 o'clock this a. m.
Stops of a few minutes each were
mflde at Ogden, Logan and Brlghnm
City. Utah, where tho president made
short talks to the -crowds who wel
comed him. Most of tho route since
Tuesday has laid over tho sago brush
and cactus lands of Nevada nnd Utah.
The railroad officials placed somo of
the members of the president's party
in the engine cab In the trip through
the "Devil's Playground" an'd the "Fu
neral Range" in the Mojave desert.
ARMY OFFICER A SUICIDE.
Captain Can- Was Engaged to Another
Leavenworth. Kan., Oct. 10. Cap
tain Wluflold 1$. Carr of the army sorv
ico school at Kort Leavenworth was
found dead by a maid who entered his
quarters to clean house. It is believed
the olJlcer shot himself. An army re
volver with one chamber empty was
found near the body. Captain Carr
was to have married Miss Jeannctte
Frances Clark, daughter of Major and
Mrs. Charles C. Clark, of Fort Sheri
dan, 111., but the engagement is said to
have been broken.
Chicugo. Oct. 10. At the home of
Miss Jrannctto Clark, daughter of
Major Charles C. Clark of the Twenty-
seventh infantry. Fort Sheridan, it
was denied that her engagement to
Captain Carr had been broken. Miss
Carr is nineteen years old and was to
have been married Nov. 1.
SEEK TO END THE WAR.
British and German Ambassadors Agree
on Turkey's Position.
Milan, Oct. 10. The British and Ger
man ambassadors hud a lone inter
view with tho minister of foreign af
fairs here with the view of concluding
tno conuict between Italy and Turkey.
It is said in official quarters that Tur
key must abandon the Idea of even
threatening n demonstration with her
squadron, as that would oblige the
Italian fleet to keep It under observa
tion. If Turkey desires peace sho must
definitely renounce what she has al
ready lost If that bo dono now Italy
is prepared, considering Turkey's
financial position, to give iudemnity
Later Italy would not only refuse to
pay indemnity, but would demand it
Italians Meet Opposition.
Tripoli, Oct. 10.-A small Italian ex
pedition that was scut to Horns, found
tho Turks strongly intrenched, and tho
commander was unable to land his
men. Ho sent hero for re-enforcements,
which will bo dispatched today.
Queen, Maud Better.
Christiana, (Jet. 10, Tho condition of
Queen MaUd Is so much better that she
was able to start on her trip to Copen
hagen, which had been postponed on
accouut of her illness.
Explosion Kills Three.
Kansas City, Mo.. Oct. 10. Three
men were killed and seven injured as
tbe result of an explosion at the plant
of the Fowler Packing company here.
W'JRLD'S SERIES SCENE.
Chief Meyers of Giants at Bat)
Thomas Catching For Athletics.
1911. by American Press Association.
MEDALS FOR 59 HEROES.
Carnegie Commission Also Granted
Pittsburg, Oct. 10. New York state
heroism shared a big measure of the
bounty distributed by tho Carnegie
hero fund commission. Tho commis
sion made fifty-nine awards of medals
Two heroes in New York city re
ceived recognition. There Is another
over In New Jersey and no less than a
dozen distributed far nnd wide in New
Probably one of the moat notable Bto
rles of self sacrifice reviewed by the
commission is that of Irving G. Pauld
ing. deceasrJ, who lost his life Aug. 23,
1010, trying to save Miss Bessie B.
Drake, aged nineteen, from drowning
In Pink's pond at Ithlnebcck, N. Y. A
bronze medal was awarded to the sis
ter of the victim, who lives at 127 East
Forty-sixth street. New York city.
The widow of M. Woodhull Blanch
ard, at Kearny. N. J., receives a sil
ver medaf and a pension of. $50 a
month. Her husband, n clerk, twenty
nine years old, lost his lifo Aug. 25,
1010, trying to save John Gleslnger
from drowning In Rarltan bay. Both
ROUTED OUT IN NIGHTIE.
Atlanta Society Woman Sues Pullman
Company For $10,000.
Atlanta, Ga., Oct.. 10. Charging that
she was routed out of tho berth where
she had gone to sleep and was com
pelled to march barefooted and clad
only in a gossamer nightie Into an
other sleeping car in the, presence of
many male passengers, who gazed at
her, Mrs. Mary Barnhlll, prominent in
Atlanta society, filed suit against the
Pullman company for $10,000 dam
ages. Mrs. Barnhlll says that she was
routed out In dlshablllo and forced to
am the gantlet of "peeping Toms"
because tho conductor claimed the
porter had put her in the wrong
sleeper. Mrs. Barnhlll says $10,000 is
small pay for what she had to en
dure. MEYER ADVANCES HIS AID.
Commander Andrews Becomes Chief
of Bureau of Navigation.
Washington, Oct. 10. Commander
Philip Andrews has been selected by
Secretary Meyer for appointment as
chief of tho bureau of navigation, suc
ceeding Rear Admiral Reginald F.
Nicholson, who will become command
er In chief of the Asiatic squadron
Commander Andrews stands about
fifteenth on the list of commanders,
and tho appointment will givo him
the rank cf rear admiral. For the
last two years he has been on duty as
naval aid to Secretary Meyer. A tele
gram received at the navy department
from President Taft approves the ap
HE WROTE "SWEET MARIE."
Famous Song Writer III and In Want
Boston, Oct. 10. Raymond Moore,
one of the most famous song writers
of America and composer of tho world
famous "Sweet Marie," is at the Mas
sachusetts General hospital, a physical
wreck and without money. It is be
lieved that ho will not survive.
A fund has been started among tho
actors and actresses, and the public
has been urged to assist blm.
MAY STRIKE IN SYMPATHY.
Engineers and Firemen on Harriman
Lines May Go Out.
Chicago, Oct. 10,According to a re
port circulated here, the engineers and
firemen on all tho Harriman lines may
go out on strike with the shopmen and
allied trades of tho system's federation.
No confirmation of tho rumor could
be obtained either at the headquarters
of the union or the railroad.
Italians Occupy Bengali.
Berlin, Oct. IO.t-A dispatch from
Constantinople to the Lokal Anzeiger
says the- Italians - have occupied Ben
gasi, but have not yet effected a land
ing at Derna.
Big Duty on Italian Goods.
Constantinople, Oct 10. It la an
nounced that tho government will Im
pose a duty of 100 per cent on all Ital
4 . -tl
A W01N LEADER?
Police Say Mrs. Baldwin Is
Brains of Yegg Gang.
CLAIMS TO DE BOOK AGENT.
Pittsburg Officials Say That Woman
and Husband, on Pretense of Selling
Books, Enter Homes and Busi
ness Houses to Give Safe
Pittsburg, Oct. 10. Mrs. William E.
Baldwin, a prepossessing little book
agent, nnd her husband are in custody
here, both accused of being the braln3
of tho notorious automobile bandits
and safe blowers who have pillaged
throughout western Pennsylvania for
That the pair led dual lives, stalling
by day as book agents to lay lines
for the night attacks by the safe
crackers, Is the charge made by Police
Thousands of circulars have been
rushed throughout the country for the
nrrest of Thomas Monnhan, Harry
Wilson, nllns "Sheeny Harry," and
Hnrry DIehn, notorious Bnfe crackers,
whoso Bertlllon records are to be
found not only in every big city in
America, but in England, France and
Germany as well. They are said to be
remnants of the old Mickey Gleason
gang, which, It is said, even made an
attempt to raid the ministry of fln
nnce in France.
That this gang has operated in other
parts of the United States within the
past year is the belief of the Pittsburg
Five safes were blown around the
city limits of Pittsburg in three
months, and in each case the safe was
drilled with the electric current from
light bulbs, blown with nitroglycerin,
and the plunder carried off in an nuto-
mobllo. In which n woman was one of
Baldwin was arrested In Brookvlllo,
Pa., by Inspector Walsh and Detec
tives Wills and Dlfioro and brought to
SLASHES HIS LANDLORD.
Fight Follows Demand For Rent and
May End Fatally.
Philadelphia, Oct. 10. During nn
nltercatlou over unpaid rent, Andrew
Wist, colored, proprietor of a tene
ment house, was stabbed six times, it
is alleged, by Henry Jones, in the
latter's room. Wist wos rushed in an
unconscious condition to Hahnemann
hospital, where, it is said, he has but a
slight chance of recovery.
Immediately after the stabbing.
Jones ran away. Tho police have sent
a doscrlntlon of him nil over the eltv.
Jones nnd his wife occupy the third
story front room in the house. Wist
canio to their room nnd asked them
for the rent of the past week.
According to Mrs. Jones, her bus
baud told Wist that he did not have
the money, whereupon, she alleges,
Wist started to break up her furul
ture. This so angered her husband,
Mrs. Jones declared, that he picked up
a butcher knife nnd started to slash
Wist with it.
A policeman made an investigation
and arrested Mrs. Jones. She is held
as a wltis.
SHAKE DICE FOR OFFICE.
Women In Pittsburg Decide Tio With
Pittsburg, Oct. 10. There will be
some school visitors entirely capable
of teachlug tho young Idea to shoot
craps. The new Pennsylvania school
code makes women eligible to the of
fice of school visitors. At least 100
women were nominated at the prim
aries and most defentcd their male
opponents. But the county cotnnils
siouers discovered that the primary
vote for twenty women and as many
men was a tie.
The prothonotnry summoned them
all to the Allegheny courthouse.
The women retired nnd consulted,
Then the spokeswoman said:
"Of course wo are all absolutely op
posed to gambling. But in this emer
gency only only, please understnnd-
we are willing to throw dice for the
nominations. We choose dice because
wo understand that is tho fairest way
of er of er deciding by chance."
Dice wore produced. Slipping from
fair, nglie fingers, they won for seven
teen of the twenty women.
GIRL PLAYS SLEUTH.
Beggar Misused Hospitality and Stole
Philadelphia, Oct. 10. A man known
as Al Owens went to the homo of Al
bert Boole and asked for something to
eat. Miss Clara Boole took him Into
tho dining room nnd gave him some
Sho left him for n few minutes, and
when she returned quietly and looked
through tho door she saw him slip n
3inall purse into his pocket, sho de
' "She softly closed the door and locked
it. Then sho hurried upstairs nnd told
her father and brother what had hap
pened. They caino down and with lit
tle difficulty secured Owens.
Then n policeman was summoned,
lie arrested Owens, who was held in
$500 ball for court by Magistrate
jj THGHAS A. E.BI30N.
Electrical Geniuj Who Has
Won Nobel Prizo This Year.
Copyright by Pach Bros.
Stockholm, Sweden, Oct. 10. It Is
stated that the Nobel prize for physics
will probably bo awarded this year to
Thomas A. Edison.
WILL HEAR INDEPENDENTS.
Hearing on Tobacco Trust Plan It
New York, Oct 10. Tho independ
ent tobacco dealers, who are represent
ed by Louis Brnndels as counsel, filed
a petition In the United States circuit
court asking to bo heard on the Amer
ican Tobacco disintergratlon plan
which they desire to oppose.
The petitioners will be given an op
portunity to present their objections
to the plan at the hearing Monday,
The petitioners say they have exam
ined the disintegration plan and find
it "fundamentally defective" nnd that
its approval would not "In any sub
stantial sense restore free competitive
conditions in the tobacco Industry and
would "seriously and prejudicially af
fect the business interests of your pe
titioners nnd of tbe general Independ
ent tobacco interests of this country."
MOTOR TRUCK COMBINE.
New Company Organizes With Capital
Wilmington, Del., Oct. 10. Tho or
ganization of a new $10,000,000 auto
mobile truck combine is announced
here. It is tho International Motor
company, incorporated under the Del
aware laws. Tho concern represents
nn amalgamation of the Saurer Motor
company of Plalnfield, N. J., and the
Mack Bros. Motor Car company of
C. P. Coleman, president of the Sau
rer company, is president of the new
concern, W. D. Sargent of Reading,
Pa., Is vice president, F. C. Richard
son and Vernon Muroe, both of New
York, are treasurer and secretary re
spectively. The general offices will be
at 30 Church street, New York.
Tho output of the combined plants
will be 2.000 trucks a year.
FILE MRS. JEFFRIES' WILL.
Ex-Champion Shares !n Estate, Valued
Los Angeles, Cal., Oct. 10. Com
menting on tho nffection provailng
among the mombers of the family be
fore her death, Mrs. Rebecca Jeffries,
mother of James J. Jeffries, former
heavyweight champion of the world,
In a codicil to her will, just filed for
probate disposes of $00,325 in proper
ty, nevertheless provides for the cut
ting off of any member of it who
should oppose her last testament.
The bulk of her estate Mrs. Jeffries
leaves to her seven children Almeda
F. Boyer, Lydla A. Southworth, Lllllo
N. Metcalf, Willis E., J. H James J,
and C. M. Jeffries who get share and
share alike. To her husband, Alexis
C, but $1,000 is left.
UNCOVER MORE OF THE MAINE.
Ship's Boilers Are Intact and No Shells
Havana, Oct. 10. Tho mud in the
wreck of the Maine has been removed
for a depth of thirty-two feet below
tho level of. tho water outside the cof
ferdam. All of tho ship's boilers are
now exposed, nnd it has been found
that none of them exploded.
A strange feature is that no ten Inch
shells have been found, though It is
known that there were many In the
shell room at the tlmo of tho explo
sion, nnd there Is no evidence that any
exploded within the vessel.
Beat Guard and Break Jail.
MUledgevllle. Gn., Oct. 10. William
Minor and two other prisoners nt the
State farm here overpowered a guard
and escaped. A posse, with dogs, is
on their trail.
BUTTER Steady; receipts, 8,487 pack
ages; creamery, specials, per lb., 31c; ex
tras, SOc. : thirds to nrsts, 23a2Sc.; held
specials, 29c.; held extras, 28Ma29o.; held
lower grades, 24Via2Sc.j state dairy, com
mon to prime, 20a2Sc. ; process, seconds to
uncials, 20a2414c.; factory, current "make,
iBnHe. : packing stock. 17a20c,
CHEESE Easy; receipts, 2,428 boxes;
state, average fancy, per lb., 20tto.; under
grade!. 12alSKc; daisies, best, 14Ual4Ko.;
part skims. OVioIZVlc.
EGOS Weak: receipts, 9,826 cases; re
frigerator, firsts, per doz., 2fta21c; state,
Pennsylvania and nearby, hennery whites,
tSa45c.: gathered whites, DOal'o.
UNIVERSITY AT NANKING.
Chinese City Said to Have
Fallen Into Hands of Rebels.
FIERCE BATTLE IN HANKOW.
Rush 2,000 Marines to Aid of Imperial
London, Oct. 10. An account from
Hankow says that Admiral Sa Chen
Ping nt dawn lnuded 2,000 marines to
re-enforce General Chang Pino, who
has only 1,000 men, strongly in
trenched north of Hankow. The revo
lutionaries who have been seriously
menacing Chang Pino's troops were
immediately attacked with vigor, and
nt the same time tho Imperial gunboats
In the Han river opened fire.
Two of the imperial gunboats were
badly damaged, and it Is reported that
they are in a sinking condition. Tbe
gunboats made Ineffectual reply to tbe
firing from tho shore, and as tho rebel
fire threatened to annihilate them they
executed a dangerous maneuver and
took refuge behind the foreign flotilla.
In the meanwhile the land fighting
was fierce, though not decisive. The
revolutionaries made repeated attacks
upon tho trenches, but were repulsed
each time with heavy loss. Scores of
wounded were brought to Hankow and
treated at the Red Cross hospital es
tablished in the foreign concessions.
Hitherto the concessions have been in
no danger, but as a precautionary
monsure landing parties have been sent
ashore from foreign warships.
Both Government and Rebels In China
Washington, Oct. 10. The state de
partment has received reassuring ad
vices on tho situation in China. Ed
ward T. Williams, charge d'affaires of
tho American legation at Pyeking, ca
bled that the revolution is not directed
In nny manner against tho foreigners
and that the rebels and the Peking
government are disposed to nfford pro
tection for foreigners.
Peking and Tientsin are quiet except
for runs on the native banks, which
are decreasing. Government troops
are being sent southward.
Roger S. Green, consul general at
Hankow, reports that women and chil
dren nre leaving there. Tho situation
at Chengtu remains unchanged. So
far as is known the American resi
dents of China nre safe, although
communication with the extreme west
ern section of Szcchuan is' interrupted.
COMMANDS FOREIGN FORCES.
Sir Alfred Winsloe Is Senior Officer at
Berlin, Oct. 10. The captain of tho
German warship Leipzig cables that
the British vice admiral, Sir Alfred
Winsloe, has arrived at Hankow nnd
as senior officer has assumed command
of tho land nnd water foreign naval
The Intervention of German marines
In the street fighting Tuesday, while
successful, Is believed to have been
brief and unimportant.
TRAINL0ADS OF WOUNDED.
Both Rebels and Government Troops
Lose Heavily Near Hankow.
Hankow, Oct. 10. Indiscriminate fir
ing of big nnd small guns was heard
In the vicinity of Seven Milo creek.
The Imperial troops still hold the
trenches, though they have lost several
hundred in killed nnd wounded. The
rubels nlso have lost heavily.
Trulnloads of killed and wounded
have been brought to the city.
STORK ON FIFTH AVENUE.
Daughter Is Born to Mr. and Mrs. An
thony J. Drexel, Jr.
New York, Oct. 10. A procession of
messenger boys bearing letters and
telegrams of congratulations marched
up the front stoop of tho homo of
Anthony J. Drexel, Jr., at 1015 Fifth
nvenue, where a daughter had been
born to Mrs. Anthony J. Drexel, Jr.,
who formerly was Miss Marjorlo
Go,uldJUt.Thp child will bp named Edith
Kingdo'n Gould Drexel.
Mr. Droxel married Miss Gould, tho
oldest daughter of George J. Gould, in
St. Bartholomew's church on April 10,
ITalr in west, clouay in east Thurs
day; Friday fair and cooler.
Special to The Citizen.
Whites Valley, Pa., Oct. 19.
Mrs. L. E. Perkins and sons, of
scranton, returned nomo Sunday ac
companied by her mothor, Mrs. D. E.
Hacker, ana 'Mrs. S. P. Crossman.
Tho Ladles' Aid society met last
Thursday at Mrs. Frank DIx's for
dinner and netted $6.76.
Mrs. Addle Conyne Muntz and Lon
Russell of Elgin, 111., recently visited
her aunt, Mrs. H. W. White.
Mrs. V. 'Peck and Mrs. Lester
Konnedy, Niagara, and Mrs. Olan
Yale, of Unlondale, attended the Aid
society Thursday at F. G. Dlx's.
Miss Genevieve -Miller, Pleasant
Mount, spent Saturdny with friends
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bonham, son
Fred, and daughter, Orvllla, of Car
bondale, spent Sunday at G. N. Bon
ham's. The sad news of the accidental
death of Henry Conlogno, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Peter Conlogne, reached
here on Thursday. Mr. Conlogne
has lived lh Oregon for several years
and returned a year ago and spent
several months with relatives and
friends. Sympathy of the entire
community is extended to the be
tSDecial to The Citizen.
Ledgedalb, Pa., Oct. 19.
We are sorry to lose our neighbor,
.Mrs. Caroline Schrader, who expects
to move to Hawley soon. She has
sold her farm to William Surplice of
Tho sihower given at the home of
Sophia Schrader in honor of Miss
Caroline Stermer was largely attend
ed. Miss Stermor received many
We are glad to learn that Dean
Simons is Improving from cholera
Messrs. Dan Smith and. Will Mar
tin made a business trip to Scranton
Mrs. 'Henry Stermer visited In
Scranton last week.
Mr. and Mrs. William Kimble,
Honesdale, are visiting their daugh
ter, Mrs. F. B. Simons.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mutchler,
Mountain Home, are visiting the lat
ter's parents, W.. D. Martin and wife.
Miss Hazel James and Laura
Smith, Lakeville, are visiting Miss
James' sister, Mrs. Dan Smith.
A. P. McDonough, Dunmore, Is
visiting friends of this place.
Mrs. Chester Bryant, Carbondale,
who has been visiting -Mrs. Friend
Simons, has returned to her home.
Don't forget tho oyster supper to
be hold at the Grange hall on October
31. Everybody come and bring your
Mrs. George Brown was brought
before Esquire W. H. Ham Tuesday
afternoon to answer charges pre
ferred against her by her stepdaugh
ter. On promising to keep the peace
Mrs. Brown was discharged by the
Harvest Grange, No. 892, of Maple
wood, sent thirty-three members to
visit Hope Grange at South Canaan
Friday evening. They report a good
time and expect to entertain Hope
Seven applications for membership
were received Saturday evening
which if admitted will make the total
membership fifty-five or a gain of fif
teen since last Pomona.
The contest between the Reds and
Blues Is progressing rapidly and the
sides stand about equal. The win
ning side Is securing members up to
December 1 will be given a feast.
Sister 'Pearl Bell is still at Green
wood where she Is helping Mrs.
Several of our brothers visited Mt.
Cobb grange last Wednesday evening.
Our Grange expects to visit Salem
Grange before long.
Sister Anna Schoonover, who has
been confined to her homo for the
past week. Is slowly recovering.
Hope Grange, No. 898, met In
regular session on Friday evenln,
Oct. 13, with about one hundred
and fifty members in attendance in
cluding thirty visitors from Harvest
Grange and about an equal number
from Union grange, two from Salem
Grange and two from Harmony
Grange. The session was an inter
esting one from beginning to end.
The literary program consisted of
a mock trial in which two young
ladles were tried for stealing a
horse and carriage while in a state
of intoxication. F. S. Keene of Har
vest Grange presided as -trial Judge,
M. J. Emory of Union Grange and
Rev. Thos. Hooper of 'Hope Grange,
were attorneys for .tho plaintiff, and
Theo. Klein and Earl Rockwell of
Union Grange were attorneys for
the defendants. Tho trial was called
and a Jury of six men were chosen,
about a -dozen witnesses were heard,
the pleas made by tho attornys, tho
charge given by tho Judge, then the
Jurors retired to another room to
formulate their verdict. In about Ave
minutes a verdict of " not guilty and
proscutor to pay costs" was render
ed. Tho time consumed In the trial
was about two and one-half hours
nnd those who participated showed
considerable familiarity with the
proceedure of our courts. As a
whole it was highly entertaining
and Instructive. After Grange
closed a lunch was served, consist
ing of cake, pumpkin pie and cof
fee. nOW'S TUIH7
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