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THE CITIZEN, FIUDAY, DEO. 1, 1011.
Only New York Wall Street
Crowd Hoots Suffragist.
MRS. PANKHURST GIVES UP,
Crowd of More Than 2,000 Clerks Re
fuse Hearing to Englich Militant
Suffragette Leader, Who Says
They Need Educating and
New York, Nov. 28. Moro than 2,000
clerks and messenger boys assembled
at Droad and Wall streets to hear Mrs
I'ankhurst discuss the woman suflriiKi
situation In England, but when the
automobile containing tho English
leader, Mrs. Harriott Stanton Blatch,
tho Itev. Anna Shaw and Miss Mary
Tcttrlck drew up in front of tho sub
treasury building the crowd greeted
the women with catcalls and yells of
Tho leader of the British militants
was greeted with prolonged shouts.
"I am glad and proud," she began,
"to have tho opportunity to address
nu audience In tho business center of
New York city. If the mountain -won't
come to Mohammed, Mohammed must
go to the mountain, so I come to you.
tho mountain of commercialism, to
tell you why women who have to earn
their living or take chargo of business
enterprises or of property need the
Tho crowd seemed to bo disappoint
cd and vented Its emotion In a scries
of yells, which compelled the speaker
to make a prolonged pause. There
were cries of "Hire a hall."
Then she tried story telling, but an
ecdote seemed to have no stronger ap
peal than argument.
Tho party drove straight to police
headquarters from Wall streot, and
Mrs. Blatch and Dr. Shaw registered
a complaint regarding what they de
scribed ns insufficient police protei
tion. Mrs. Pankhurst told reporters who
saw her later that she thought the
Wall street demonstration was merely
another proof that tho men needed ed
ucatlng and that she thought New
York suffragists should start a mis
slonary campaign In the district
NO HELP FOR MARSHALL.
Indiana Governor Announces Position
Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 28. In an
nouueing that he would not call a spe
cial session of the legislature to order
n presidential primary at the request
of Senator La Kollctte, Governor Mat
shall took occasion to expose tho plan
that has been suggested by some of
his friends to get Into the presidential
"I do not consider myself a candi
date for president," ho said. "That Is
up to the people themselves. But
when have been approached with
the suggestion that I ought to be
candidate for president and then get
some big, rich banker to back me ant1
finance my campaign on n pronilm'
from mo that I would appoint him to
some good office In case of my election
I have said to those who made the
suggestion, 'Not on your life.' I would
not promise anybody anything In order
to get support for ofllce."
Pope Recognizes New Prelates In
Borne, Nov. 28. At the consistory
Cardinal Casaeta received tho suburbl
can title of Frascatl and Cardinal Do
Lai that of Sabine. Tho popo then
recogulzed the following American ap
pointments: Edward Michael Dunne,
bishop of Peoria; James O'Bollly.
bishop of Fargo; Joseph John Blco,
bishop of Loulsvillo; Patrick Richard
Heffron, bishop of Winona; Timothy
Corbett, bishop of Crookston; Vin
cent Wehrle, bishop of Bismarck; Jo
seph Busch, bishop of Leadvllle; John
Ward, bishop of Leavenworth; Qeorgo
William MUBderlaln, titular bishop of
Loryma, and Bishop MacDonnell, aux
iliary bishop; Miles MacNell, bishop of
STARTS LA F0LLETTE BOOM.
Gifford Pinchot Tells Who Insurgents
Want For President.
New York, Nov. 28. Mr. Gifford
Pinchot, who was onco President
Roosevelt's forester In chief, launched
tho presidential boom for Senator
Robert La Follette of Wisconsin In
this city In an nddress before tho In
surgents' club, at Bclsenweber's cafe.
He lauuehed the boom In very plain
language, saying that thero could bu
no doubt In the minds of all progres
sives as to who was to lead that wlnn
of the Republican party for honors In
tho national convention next summer.
TALE OF THE WEATHER.
Observations of tho United
States weather bureau taken at
8 p. m. yesterday follow:
Now York 45 Clear
Albany 42 Clear
Atlantic City . . 48 Cloudy
Boston 44 Clear
Buffalo 48 Cloudy
Chicago 40 Cloudy
St. Louis 44 Rain
Now Orleans ., 48 Cloudy
Washington ... 40 Cloudy
Wall Street Crowd That
Hooted Mrs. Pankhurst.
Photo by American Press Association.
AMERICAN DRIVERS WIN.
Vanderbllt Cup Race Goes to Ralph
Savannah, Gn., Nov. 28. American
drivers, piloting American cars, won
three great automobile victories on tho
famous Savannah automobile course,
when' Ralph Mulford In a Lozler cap
tured tho Vanderbllt cup race, Hughlo
Hughes in a Mercer won the Savannah
challenge trophy race, and Frank Witt,
driving an E. M. F. thirty, came in a
winner in the Tiedman cup race.
The foreign drivers and foreign cars
were distanced, Ralph Do Palma, the
Brooklyn boy, coming In second In the
Vanderbllt cup race, and Spencer
Wlshart, driving a Mercedes, coming
In third in this event. Ilarry Grant,
the winner of two Vanderbllt cup
races on Long Island, came In a bad
fourth. Mulford's average was 74.07
miles an hour for the Vanderbllt race
for the distance of 291.38 miles. Tho
winner's time was announced ns 350
minutes. The fastest lap of the Vander
bllt race was mnde by De Palma In
the Mercedes on tho second round.
He negotiated tho distance in 13 min
utes 14 seconds, which was not equal
ed by and other racer..
ACCUSE MRS. VERMILYA.
Chicago Woman Held to Grand Jury
In Poisoning Case.
Chicago, Nor. 28. A coroner's jury
in the case of Arthur Blssonettc, pro
bationary policeman, who Is believed
to be one of the victims of the alleged
poisoning mania of Mrs. Loulso Ver
milya, rendered a verdict that Bls
sonettc came to his death from arsen
ical poisoning presumably administer
ed by Mrs. Vermilya and recommend
ed that she bo held to tho grand Jury.
The case of tho woman who stands
formally accused of the death of tho
probationary policeman and who Is
suspected of having caused the deaths
of eight other persons In the last few
years by means of arsenic, will bo
taken before tho grand Jury without
delay. It Is expected that she will
be held for trial.
NEW NAVAL AID FOR TAFT.
Lieutenant TImmins, Son-in-law of
, Washington, Nov. 28. President Taft
has appointed Lieutenant John W.
TImmins, U. S. N., to be naval aid at
the White Houso, succeeding Liouton
ant Commander Leigh C. Palmer, who
has been chosen by Secretary of tho
Navy Meyer to be his personal aid.
Lieutenant TImmins was chosen by
tho president upon recommendation of
tho navy department. He is now sta
tioned In tho bureau of ordnance.
Lieutenant Tlmtnins Is a son-in-law of
former Vice President Fairbanks.
PROTEST AGAINST AGE LIMIT.
Chicago Men Over Forty-five Hold
Mass Meeting and Form League.
Chicago, Nov. 28. "Is a man who
has passed the ago of forty-five no
This question, after being answered
affirmatively by several big Chicago
employers recently, was replied to dif
ferently at n mass meeting of tho Anti-forty-five-year
Ago Limit league.
The leaguo has just been incorporate
ed. Its backers declare the crusade
shall be nation wide and eventually a
ACROSS POND FOR CHRISTMAS.
Party of Scandinavians on Way to
New York to Sail.
Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. 28. Throe
hundred and fifty Scandinavians aro
on tho way on a special train to New
York, whence they sail for their old
homes to spend Christmas.
Many were from Alaska, a number
displaying gold nuggets nt the office
where they bought their tickets.
Dlx to Confer With Athletio Committee
Albany, N. Y., Nov. 28. Governor
Dir says that ho oxpected to confer
with the state athletic committee late
In the week regarding the repeal of
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FID DWINDLES. '
Austin Flood Sufferers Gel
$50,000, Not $200,000.
READY FOR PROSECUTION.
Chairman Dubois of Relief Committee
Denies Minister's Statement Con
cerning Size of Amount Sub
scribed For Aid of Survivors
Who Lost Relatives.
Coudersport, Pa., Nov. 28. Chair
man W. F. Dubois of the general Aus
tin relief committee, which has been
called to account for funds received
from tho public for tho relief of the
survivors of the Austin dam disaster,
denied that $200,000 had been contrib
uted. "If the Rev. E. E. Harter, pastor ol
tho First M. E. church of Austin,
knows that $200,000 was collected
from tho public I hope that he will
produce tho facts to prove the asser
tion nt once," said Mr. Dubois. "Ac
cording to our Information, tho total
amount Is more like $50,000, of which
our committee received and accounted
for about $38,000.
"We have information that between
$12,000 and $15,000 was turned over to
Dr. S. G. Nixon of the state board ol
health, and nt our demand Governor
Tener promised that this will be re
turned over to us for the sufferers."
The district attorney will bo ready
for trial upon Indictments if voted
against the three men now held fot
the grand jury ns responsible for tho
Austin disaster at the next term ol
court, which opens within three weeks
TO COLLECT ALL TIPS.
Philadelphia Hotel Men Evotvs Plan
to Regulate Hand Outs.
Philadelphia, Nov. 28. If you eat $2
worth ut any Philadelphia hotel or res
tnurant you may hereafter get a check
for $2.20 the additional money being
the price you pay for the privilege of
Ignoring the waiter's outstretched
palm. Only If this latest plan of the
proprietors Is carried out these palms
will be modestly withheld, because the
20 cents really will be the tip which
tho establishment will keep with others
received in like manuer and divide at
the end of the dny, each waiter get
ting a share.
It Is only the doubt of the hotel and
restaurant men whether they have the
legal right to make this assessment on
the bill rendered that has prevented Its
Immediate adoption. They plan now
to post a notice of a 10 per cent tip
ping rate, so that persons who dine out
can tip according to their appetites
and not have to part with a quarter
when only a small salad is eaten.
TENER BOMB A JOKE.
Supposed Powder Found to Be Chemi
Charloroi, Pa., Nov. 28. Governor
Tener received nothing but a chemi
cal fertilizer in the "deadly bomb" that
was mailed to him from Philadelphia.
The farcical end of the cheap prac
tical joke came to light when tbe sup
posed powder .contained In the myste
rious cylinder wns tested. Matches
would not explode the powder, nor
would concussion. Every known mcth
od of setting off explosive was tried
and finally the powder was discovered
to be nothing more than a brown chem
ical compound which Is sold by drug'
gists as a fertilizer.
Wrapped around the cylinder were
two newspaper clippings from a Phlln
delphla newspaper that was ant agon
lstlc to Governor Tener during his
campaign. The improvised bullets
within the cylinder would hav.e re
mained there for nil time without do
ing a trifle of harm.
CATCH INSANE WOMAN.
Miss Schneider Says She Had Aid In
Sharon, Pa., Nov. 28.-Ottllla Schnei
der, who escaped from the Asylum For
the Criminal Insane at Matteawan last
Tuesday, wan recaptured here by De
tective Samuel Long and Dr. J. A. Al
lle of New York and the local police
Tho woman nfter leaving Matteawan
went to Newburg, then to Weehawk-
on nnrl nrrlvnfl tn Rhnrnn WAlnoSfln v.
Tho officers followed her, but MIbs
Schneider took a train for Pittsburgh.
She returned on Friday and went to a
private house to board where she was
j taken into custody.
Miss Schneider will be committed to
I the Insane department at Mercer until
! requisition papers arrive.
SUES MILLIONAIRE FOR $50,000.
New York Woman Says Wealthy
Pittsburgher Promised to Marry Her.
Pittsburgh, Nov, 28. Helen Beeves,
n dashing brunette of New York city,
filed a suit in the Allegheny county
court for $50,000 damnges from
Thomas A. Coleman of this city for
breach of promise. The bill of par
ticulars is filled with stories of a gay
lifo in New York city.
Thomas A. Coleman lives In tho Wll
klnsburg district and Is known best
for his church work and respectability,
Ho is sixty-two years old and a grand
father. Three years ago he retired
from business and Is rated as a mil'
Uonalre. He denlei that ha even knows
the woman and brands tbe salt as
Princess Patricia to
Visit United States.
I'llINCKSS FAT1UCIA OP CONVAUOHT.
England has a genuine grievance in
the fact that owing to the duke's ap
pointment the "popular Connaughts"
have all gone to live In Canada for a
time. It is safe to say that all the
other members of the royal family
might have left en masse and not have
been ns sincerely regretted us are this
uncle of King George und his wife
Of course tho loss of Princess Pa
tricia causes tho deepest pang. She is
t lie only princess in Great Britain who
Is really pretty, clever and witty as
well as young. Then, too, she has a
little atmosphere of romance which
rouses all the sentiment in English
breasts. She Is quite unlike her cous
in, the somewhat stodgy Ena of Bat
tenberg, who Is now queen of Spain,
and equally unlike the thin, shy, deli
cate daughters of tho Duchess of Fife.
She is just a typical, healthy, charm
ing English girl, only with far more
than their usual amount of brains and
a most unroyal sense of humor.
Princess Patricia herself Is quite en
thusiastic about going to Canada. She
Intends to visit ail the Interesting
places in the Dominion, and she and
her brother. Prince Arthur of Con
naught, are planning to see something
of America also, traveling incognito
and visiting most of the large cities.
Princess Patricia saw her father and
mother off for Canada; then she her
self started for Sweden, where she Is
to have a farewell visit with her sis
ter, the crown princess of Sweden.
About Chrlstmns she will join the duke
and duchess in their new home.
Her love affair with a certain Eng
lish marquis who Is not of high enough
rank to marry her Is well known, and
the young couple are regarded as mod
els of fidelity.
Cteofc The Irish stew has burned.
Restaurant Proprietor Well, put
some uplce in it and add "a la fran
ralse" to Its name. Smart Sat.
Columbus had made the egg stand,
"But eculd you unscramble It!" de
manded the mortified courtiers.
Which merely accentuates the great
truth that nobody la springing any
new pnrilea nowadays. Chicago Trib
Go print what 1 nr In a boV:
Her womaa Vnlna ftJifi she
Sh talks ot hw (rltads to her eeok;
Bh talks o bu- cook: ta her friends.
American Dinw Say, walUr. doe
anybody ever laugh hera?
Waiter Well, we do gat eoraplalnto
now and thm. sir! London ("minion.
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Your Money Back For the Asking.
You Promise Nething.
Wo nre bo confident that we can fur
nish relief for indigestion nnd dyspep
sia that we promise to supply the
medicine free of all cost to every ono
who uses It according to directions
who is not perfectly satisfied with tho
results. Wo exact no promises and
put no ono under any obligation what
ever. Surely nothing could be fairer.
We nre located right here where yon
live, and our reputation should be suf
ficient assurance of the genulnenesa
of our offer.
Wo want every one who Is troubled
with indigestion or dyspepsia In any
form to como to our store and buy a
box of Bcxall Dyspepsia Tablets. Take
them home, and give them a reason
able trial, according to directions. If
they don't please you, tell us and we
will quickly return your money. They
have a very mild but positive action
upon tho organs with which they come
In Contact, apparently acting as a reg
ulative tonic upon the relaxed muscular
coat of thebowel, thus overcoming weak
ness, and aiding to restore tbe bowels
to more vigorous and healthy activity.
ber, you can obtain Jtexall Remedies
only at our tor Tbe Rexall Store.
A. M. LEINH
REPORT OF THK CONDITION OP THE
Farmers and Me
OF IIONHSDAI.K. WAYNK COUNTY. PA
nt the close of business. Nov, IS. 1811.
Reserve fund $
Cash, si'i'clo and notes, $ 11,705 20
Due from approved re
serve agents , J32.G01 G7 17,566 87
Mckels, cents nnd fractional
currency 303 68
Chocks und other cash Items 6Si 15
Due from banks nnd trust com
panies not reserve
Jlllls discounted, 0t,765 50
Time loans with collateral 28,050 00
Loans on call with collateral 29,833 40
Loans on call upon two or more
names 29,573 CO
Loans secured by bonds and mort
Investment securities owned exclu
sive of reserve bonds, viz
Stocks, bonds, etc , G3.G11 08
Mortgages and Judg
ments of record 61.12G CO
Office llullcllnz nnd Lot 18.8H9 65
Furniture and ilitiircs.... 1,804 41
Overdrafts 105 08
Miscellaneous assets 7,032 45
$ 391.476 17
Capital Stock paid In $ 75,000 00
Surplus Fund , 15.000 00
Undivided Prollts, less expenses
and taxes paid 4,814 05
Deposits, sublect to check $G9,834 78
(filler's checks outstand'g 35
Deposits, special 22G.79G 99-296,632 12
State of Pennsylvania, County of Wayne,, bs
I, C. A. Emery, Cashier of the above named
company, do solemnly swear that the above
statement Is true to the best of my knowledge
C. A. EMEItY, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before e this
13th day of Nov.. 1911.
My commission expires Jan. 19, 1911.
Kena S. Kdqett, N, P.
M. K. Simons, 1
O. Wm. Sell. -Dlrectors.
F. W. Kkeitneii. I 91w6
ItEPOItT OF THE CONDITION
WAYNE COUNTY SAVINGS BANK
HOHKBDAIE, WAYMK CO.. PA.,
at the close of business. Nov.. 6, 1911.
cash, specie and notes. 1 12,424 CO
Duo from approved re
servo agents 103.188 90
I.pl'iiI securities at liar... 45000 00-
Nlckelsaiul cents ..,
Checks and cash Items
Due from Uanksuiul Trust Co's.not
Hills discounted :
Upon one name $ 2.583 G3
Upon two or more names 173,733 71-176,317 42
Tirueloans with collateral.
Loanson call with collateral
Loans on call upon two tor more
Loans becurcd by bonds and
Bonds. Stocks, etc.. Schedule D 1
Mortgages una juagmcms oi rec
ord, Schedule D-2
Otllce Building and Lot
Other ltcal Estate
Funi tureanu f ixtures
Capital Stock, paid m $ 100.000 00
Surplus Fund 400,000 00
undivided Profits, less expenses
nnd tuxes mild S0.147 51
Individual deposits sub
ject tocheck $176,661 53
Indlvldul DenosIt.TIme.2.1b2.778 76
Time certificates of de
posit 233 78
wealth of Pennsylva'a 25,000 00
Certified Checks 32 80
casnicr's cnecK outsize i.um bo-z,3o,ub ot
Due to banks andTrust Cos. not re
serve agents 779 99
State of Pennsylvania, County of Wayne, ss:
1, H. Scott Salmon, Cashier ot the above
named Company, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true, to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
(Signed) H. S. SALMON, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before ,me this
14th day of Nov., 1911.
(Signed) ROBERT A. SMITH, N, P.
U. J. Sunn, Directors.
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