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THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, DEO. 22, 1011.
PROTECT VICTIM'S WIFE.
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at the supper table In their home
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himself and fired a bullet lntn hl
In the City hospital here. He also
iu uni uia uuuKiuur, uui Him cyau
him and ran out of the house.
A NEW TIGER FAN.
ss shown by Hugh Jennings, man
er of the Detroit Baseball club, to
t nut of the state hosn tal here, even
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nt three weeks ago, was explained
len Mrs. Jennings In the same room
ilch her .husband had previously oc
pied In the hospital gave birth to a
'That's all the Christmas present I
int," exclaimed Hugble at his resi
nee when apprised of the event.
lu uu.tj uuu neu, iiiiuiK you, ami
id to be out of the hospital."
i.m rqiinUl In Qm.U . I 1 I
orii, i-u jjci;. iv, a wrecK occur-
on the Northern Central railroad
ar York Haven, when four tracks
rp hlnrked nnd trnftlp wna uiiur,.,.wi
for some time. Four cars of eoni
0 car of brick, two cara of pig iron
d two locomotives were piled up,
fhe injured trainmen are J, M.
Ickllac, forty-two years old, hurt
out Iho legs, bands and arms; C. IS.
bright, thirty-two years old, Injured
uui uie icgs; wininm uuapmau,
eniy-nve years om, injured about
head and Bhoulders; William T.
ace, twenty-three years old, scalded.
The Knights of St. Paul defeated
the Boy Scouts In a fast and exciting
game last Saturday. At the end of
the first Jialf the score was a tie
C to C 'but the last half the Knights
simply ran away with the game.
Score a 1 to 6
Oberle G Morrison
Brooks G Allenbacker
Sampjon C Relchenbacker
Slldge P. .Lighthlser & Heft
Koltz P Lelne
'Baskets thrown Oberle 10,
'Brooks 4, Sampson 2, Slldge 2, Al
lenbacker C, Relchenbacker 2, Lelne
2, Llghtsizer 2, Heft 4.
Tho Knights will play East Hones
dale team Tuesday evening, Dec. 10,
at tho school. A fast game .Is expected.
Why tlio Giants Lost.
"13" reasons why tho Giants lost
to the Athletics.
The name "New York Giants" con
tains 13 letters.
The series required 13 days for
In the final game, on Oct. 2Gth
(2 x 13).
There were 13 Gotuamltes in ac
In this same game the Athletics
made 13 runs,
13 hits, and
There were 13 Athletics engaged
In the series.
In the six games the Giants made
13 runs and
"Thirty-nine (3 x 13) safe and sac
Mathewson retired 13 men on
The 'Giants batted .175 (1-1-7-1-5-13).
The New York club's share of the
gate receipts was $90,108.72, being
an even 'multiple of 13 (?G, 931.44
multiplied by 13.) G. A. Heller In
During tho 1911 season the Na
tional League used 12,480 tiaseballs.
Another interesting point Is that 30
players were suspended and 25 fines
One On Mathewson.
Soon after the baseball season
opened last spring Christy Mathew
son of the New York Giants received
a letter from a gentleman in Texas,
reading after this fashion:
"ear Sir: Will you kindly give
me some advice right away? 'With
the bases full and HI Hecker, the
demon batsman, at the bat, I con
tend that I ought to throw him my
slow out drop. My manager Insists
that I ought to give him my high
In up. This emergency Is liable to
arise at. any moment and I would
like to hear from you right away."
Mathewson forgot to answer: and
three weeks later he received this
letter from Texas:
"Sir: I asked you an Important
question, like a gentleman, and I
expected that you would answer It,
like a gentleman; but you did not
do so, and what is the result? With
three men on bases I threw HI Heck
er my high In up, and he knocked
the ball over the fence. I hope the
next time you faco Joe Tinker he
bats you out of the box!" Saturday
A Blind Fan.
A season pass to a blind man that
he may "hear" the Ohio State league
baseball games at the local park was
tho novel presentation that has been
made by President Watkins of the
club. The recipient of this favor Is
Prof. Earl C. Houk, vocal director
In the Wittenberg College Conserva
tory of Music. Prof. Houk enjoys
"hearing" baseball games. By means
of the umpire's calls on strikes and
balls, tho sounds of the ball hitting
the bat, the shout of Joy or groans
of the crowd and with someone to
explain the Intricate plays, he fol
lows tho game with surprising accuracy.
A Four-Fold Ofllcinl.
James 'H. O'Rourke of Bridgeport,
Conn., Is now president, vice-president,
secretary and treasurer of the
Connecticut League of Base Ball
Clubs. His unanimous election to
all these olllces is announced by the
directors. O'Rourke has been secre
tary of the league since it was or
ganized. As president he succeeds
William J. Tracey of Bristol, Conn.,
and as vice-president ho succeeds A.
E. Taylor, of Chlcopee.
Training; Camps of 15 Major League
Cleveland at New Orleans, La.
Philadelphia at San Antonio, Tex.
Detroit at Monroe, La.
Chicago at Corsicana, Tex,
Boston at Hot Springs, Ark.
Now York at Atlanta, Ga.
Washington at Charlottesville, Va.
St. Louis at St. Louis.
New York at Marlln, Tex.
Chicago at New Orleans, La.
Pittsburg at Hot Springs, Ark.
Philadelphia at Hot Springs, Ark.
Brooklyn at Hot Springs, Ark.
Cincinnati at Hot Springs, Ark.
St. Louis at St. Louis, Mo.
Boston Not decided.
St. I'nul Gets O'Toolo's Hrothcr.
Albany Pitcher Mike O'Toole has
been sold by Albany to the St. Paul
Club of the American Association
He Is a brother of Marty O'Toole,
who was purchased by Pittsburgh
from the St. Paul cluJb for ?22,&UU
Monte Cross is having a hard time
deciding where to be manager next
season. He can go back to acranton
or go to Lynn. Many a manager is
wondering where he can get even
one Job for 1912.
New York John McGraw when
asked In Havana one -day last week
to outline his plans for next season
was quoted as saying that he would
make no changes In the Giants' reg
ular lineup. "Wo had a good team
this year," said the lltf-lo manager,
"and the men will, greatly Improve
next season. It Is wise to let well
enough alone. Some of tho young
players lacked experience during the
recent campaign, and that was why
wo lost the world's series. I am not
worrying about tho future. The
Giants will be in tho fight of 1912
from the Jump."
Five American league clubs will
have new 'managers tho coming
year: New York with Wolverton;
Boston, Stahl; Chicago, Callahan:
Cleveland, Davlsj Washington, Grlf-
llth. Connlo Mack says the .new
managers will put more life in the
Because of the new rules which
will probably bo adopted allowing
each big league club to select but
five players by purchase and 'but five
by draft, the Ceveland club "will have
but two scouts next season George
Huff and Sam Kennedy. Tom Daly
has quit the game for good. Bob
Gllks has signed with McAleor at
Boston, while Jim McGuire Is still a
free agent. Detroit may sign him,
however. There are few better
scouts than McGuire.' Vean Gregg
Is his find.
Boxing Commissioner O'Nell of
New York believes that there should
bo no matches between white and
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uuiuiuu usuieru, iiuiuiug uiui tne
negroes should scrap among them
selves and the white ditto.
Tho making of John Ward the
head of tho Boston Nationals next
year has brought out the story that
a new major league was In course
of formation, but having lost a valu
able asset In Ward the plan will now
go up in thin air.
By the Impudent Bard.
Lady, lady, passing fair,
As 1 view your beauty rare,
Coldly radiant, like a star.
How I wonder what you are!
Tour weight, ninety pounds, I gutrn.
All the rest of you Is dress.
Borne Is hair, and some Is hat.
Fluff and feathers and all that.
Bay, how many lives were paid
That you might be thus arrayedf
Your warm, furry coat reveals
Epitaphs of several seals.
Sable boa, sable muff
T.welve small lives were not enough.
Aigrets six were surely slain
For your headgear smart and plain.
These your dainty hands are hid
In the skin of slaughtered kid. ,
Calfskin of the kind called "ooze"
Makes (they cost a life) your shoes.
Your hair yours by purchase, please
Was shorn from off a slave Chinese.
Silks and laces that you wear
Represent vast toll and care.
Your "complexion" chemlc bane!
Cost a world of woe and pain.
L&dy, that you may be gay.
Thousands throw their lives away.
Do you ever in your pride
Count Its cost In homicide?
Lady, lady, passing fair.
Do you know and do you care?
Notice is hereby given that appli
cation wll'Kbe made by Henry O.
Evans, A. G. Nosbltt and Harvey I.
Wilson to the Governor of Pennsyl
vania on Monday, the 8th day of
January, A. D. 1912, at 10 o'clock
a, m under tho provisions of an
act of assembly entitled "An act to
provide for -the Incorporation and
regulation of certain corporations,"
approved tho 29th day of April,
1874, and the several acts supple
mentary therelo and amendatory
thereof, for U10 charter of an in
tended corporation to be called the
" NORTH AMERICAN TELEPHONE
AND TELEGRAPH CORPORA
TION," the character and object of
which is the constructing, main
taining, operating, buying and leas
ing telephone and telegraph lines for
the private use of Individuals, firms,
corporations, municipal and other
wise, for general business and for
police, lire alarm and messenger
business; tho operation of telephone
exchanges and the furnishing of
facilities for communication by
means of tho transmission of elec
tricity over or through wires, and
doing a general telephone and tele
graph business by such means, with
in the several counties of the State
or Pennsylvania as follows: Bucks,
Greene, Washington, Fayette, West-1
moreland, Allegheny, Beaver", Law-!
rence, Butler, Morcer, Crawford, Erie
Warren. Venanco. Mr.ICp.nti. Olnrlnn.
Armstrong, Indiana, Jefferson, Clear
field, Cambria, Somerset, Bedford,
Blair, Pulton, Huntingdon, Centre,
Clinton, Tioga, Union, Snyder, Mif
flin, Juniata, Perry, Cumberland,
Franklin. Adams. York. T.nnrnstor.
Lebanon, Dauphin, Northumber
land, Montour, Lycoming, Bradford,
Columbia, Schuylkill, Berks, Ches
ter, Delaware, Montgomery, Lehigh,
Carbon, Northampton,, Monroe, Lu
zerne, Wyoming, Lackawanna, Sus
quehanna, Wayne and Elk, and in
accordance with the general route
set out In its Certificate of Incor
poration, and for this purpose to
have, possess and enjoy all the
rights, benefits and privileges of
said Act of Assembly, and the acts
amendatory thereof and supplemen
Evans, Noble & Evans,
December 11, 1911. Dec.15-20-29
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
PLEASE OP WAYNE COUNTY.
No. 137 October Term, 1911.
In re-potltlon of Vore ii. Stone,
F. J. Stone and W. E. Perham, exe
cutors of H. K. Stone, for satisfaction
A petition of the above number and
term has been presented to said
Court praying that a mortgage, giv
en by Warren L. Case and Marlah
H. Case to George W. Rockwell,
May Stanton Baldwin and Peter
Palln, executors of tho last will and
testament of L. N. Stanton, dated
January 27, 1887, for the payment
of Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars,
recordedin Mortgage Book No. 12,
page 55, against certain lands situ
ated In tho Township of Damascus,
and described in said mortgage,
which mortgagewas assigned on tho
24th day of July, 1890, to May Stan
ton Baldwin, recorded In Mortgage
Book No. 13, page 20G, bo satisfied of
record because It Is legally presumed
to have been paid. AH persons In
terested are notified to appear In
said Court, Monday. January 15,
1911, at 2 o'clock p. m., and show
cause why said mortgage shall not be
satisfied of record and tho Hen there
M. LEE BRAMAN, Sheriff.
M. E. Simons, Attorney,
Honesdale, Pa., 100w4
-i-Advertlse in Tho Citizen.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION,
Late of South Canaan Township,
All persons indebted to said estate
are notified to make immediate pay
ment to the undersigned; and those
having claims against the said estate
are notified to present them duly at
tested for settlement.
J. G. BRONSON,
South Canaan, Dec. 5, 1911. 98w4
NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS OF
THE MILANVILLE BRIDGE CO.
The bondholders of the Mllanvllle
Bridge Company will take notice
that in pursuance of a resolution duly
adopted 'by the Company, and in ac
cordance with the provisions of the
mortgage dated January 2, 1905,
given by the Mllanvllle Bridge Co.
to Homer Greene, trustee, one thous
and dollars of tho bonds secured by
said mortgage have been drawn for
redemption. On presentation of said
bonds to Homer Greene, Trustee, at
his office in Honesdale, Pa., they will
bo paid at their par value, together
with interest thereon to January 1,
iai; on and after which date In
terest thereupon will cease. The
numbers of the bonds so drawn are
as follows: 64, 243, 32, 153, 218,
30, 112, 27G, 33, 36, 114, 37,
245, 300, 87, 251, 227, 290, 298,
ids, ii, zza, izti, iuu, lss, 142,
160, 281, 16, 62, 187, 46, 272, 164,
89, 1G9, 12, 173.
CHAS. E. BEACH.
Secretary of the Mllanvllle Bridge
Nov. 14, 1911. 92eoI4w
Financial Institution of Wayne
County has been designated by
the United States Government,
Depository Number 2115, for Pos
tal Savings Funds and is entitled
53 per cent.
of the total
POSTAL SAVINGS FUNDS
to be deposited in the Honesdale
TN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
1 OF WAYNE COUNTY.
Mary C Lehman v. Christian Leh
man. No. 84 March Term 1911. Libel In
To CHRISTIAN LEHMAN: You nre here
by required to appear In the said Court on
the third Monday in January next, to ans
wer the complaint exhibited to the judce of
said court by Mary C. Lehman, your wife,
in the cause above stated, or in defnult there
of a decree of divorce as prayed for In said
complaint may lie made asalnst you In your
absence. M. LKK I5KA MAN, Sher'ff.
Searle & Salmon. Attorneys.
Honesdale. Dec. 1, 1911. S6w4
Estate of WILLIAM C. AMES,
ivaie oi uie worougn of Uawley, dPC'd.
The undersigned, an auditor ap
pointed to pass upon the exceptions
tO account and tn rnnnrt rtlntrlhiifinn
of said estate, will attend to the du-
les oi nis appointment, on Friday,
January 5, 1912, at 10 o'clock a.
m. at nis omce in the borough of
Honesdale. at which Hmn nnd nlnA
all claims against said estate must
do presented, or recourse to the
fund for distribution will be lost.
M. E. SIMONS, Auditor.
Honesdale, Dec. 43, 1911. I00w3
TN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
1 OF WAYNE COUNTY.
Gertrude J. Halo v. James E. Hale.
No. 214 March Term 1911. Libel in
To JAMES E. HALE: You are
hereby required to appear In the said
Court on the third Monday In January-
next, to answer tho complaint
exhibited to tho Judge of said court
by Gertrude J. Hale, your wife, In
the cause above stated, or in default
thereof a decree of divorce as pray
ed for In said complaint may bo made
against you In your absence.
M. LEE BRAMAN, Sheriff.
Searle & Salmon, Attorneys.
Honesdale, Dec. 1, 1911. 96w4
NOTICE O ADMINISTRATION,
HUGH A. LANCASTKIl.
Late of Dreher Township,
All persons Indebted to said estate are noti
fied to make immediate payment to tho un
derlined : and those havlnc claims against
tho said estato are notlHed fo present them
duly attested, for settlement.
ALONZO T. SEAUI.E,
Honesdale. Pa., Nov. 28. 1911. Sow!
Harry Wolvorton, the Yankee's
new manager, will move to New
York soon after the holidays and
take up a permanent residence there.
NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.
Notice Is hereby given that appli
cation will bo made by Plerson B.
Peterson, George Hessler and B. W.
Strongman, all of Honesdale, Pa.,
to tho Governor of Pennsylvania on
the 5th day of January, 1912, at 10
o'clock, under the provisions of an
Act of Assembly entitled "an Act to
provide for tho incorporation and
regulation of certain corporations
approved April 29, 1874, and the
several supplements thereto, for a
charter for an intended corporation
to be called The Crystal Cut Glass
Co., tho character and object of
which is to manufacture cut glass
and for these purposes to have and
possess and enjoy all the rights.
benefits and privileges by the Act
ot Assembly and the supplements
C. A. GARRATT,
Estate of ELIZABETH CLEMO,
jjaie oi vaymaro oorouglif deceased.
Tho undersigned an auditor ap
pointed to report distribution of the
funds in hands of Emma H. Hoyle
and Ezra Clemo, executors of said
estate, will attend to the duties of
his appointment on Friday, January
5, 1912, at 10 o'clock a. m at his
office in tho Borough of Honesdale,
Pa at which time and place all
claims against said estate must be
presented or recourse to the fund
for distribution will be lost.
E. C. MUMFORD,
Honesdale, Pa., Dec, 13, 1911.
INTEREST PAID from the FIRST of any
month on deposits made on or before the
TENTH of the month.
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