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TilE CITIZEN, Kill DAY, FEI1UUAKY 10, 1012.
ROUND THE WORLD IN
AN AUTO TO PREACH.
Richard Tjader Will Go on Unlqu
Mission Covering Fourteen Months.
Richard Tjader of New York, hie
KQinc hunter, who hns mndc two expe
ditions into the wilds of Africa, it
to make n tour of the world which Is
to last fourteen months.
Mr. Tjader Is not Rolng abroad this
time to hunt, but to preach. lie was
educated for the ministry, and until
iRht yeart ago he followed that call
ing. Tjader Is a brother-in-law of Oak
Icigh Thome, president of the Trust
Company of America. He it well
known in society. Ilia marriage to
Hiss Margaret Thorne took place in
1899. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tjader mode n
honeymoon trip around the world and
spent several months in the remote
mountain districts of India. On their
return they organized a missionary
movement and raised funds for mis
sionary workers. In 1907 he went iuto
Africn nnd enme back with COO animal
skins for the Museum of Natural His
tory In New York and a live rhinoce
ros for the llronx zoo. In 1909 ho
made a second trip and there met Colo
nel Roosevelt, with whom he since has
been on terms of intimacy.
Mr. TiniliT. who is n Kwmle. rami to
this country nbout twenty years ngo
nnd joined Dwight Moody in his evan
gelical tours, While a preacher he met
Mr. Thorne, who took n deep interest
in the religious work Mr. Tjader was
doing. It was in this way that he met
Mr. TJador, who is wealthy, is over
Fix feet in height nnd weighs 220
pounds. He speaks nine languages.
"With a large touring car and an expert
chauffeur he will visit the principal
cities of Europe nnd Asin, stopping in
each long enough to preach to the fall
en nnd the indigent, with the aim of
giving encouragement nnd making con
verts to Christianity. He will visit
missionary centers in some of the out
of the way places and study thelt
needs with a view to rendering assist
ance. FIND BLACK VIRGIN JEWELS.
Monk In St. Paul Monastery Suspected
of Theft and Murder.
rreeious stones to the value of over
$50,000, which were stolen two years
ago from the statue of the Virgin,
knowu as the miraculous Black Virgin, 1
In the famous monastery of St Paul, I
in Czenstochowa, Russian Poland, wcro '
recently discovered in the store of a
jeweler named Adler in the city of
Lublin. Poland. j
Clows were also found which led to)
the recovery of another ?25,000 worth
of jewels taken from the same statue
in a house near Lemberg. in Austrian
Father Macoch, one of the monks of '
the monastery of St. Paul, has now'
been accused of murdering his brother
because he threatened to inform the
authorities that he was the author of
If the collar bands of the shirt waists
nre left unstarched by the laundress
the necks of the waists will not break
so early as they ordinarily do.
Never press a fur lined coat It will
ruin the skins. Take a very wet sponge
and go over the garment thoroughly If
It has become very wrinkled. Then
hang on a form in the open air. It will
look like a new coat when dry.
A woman who usually contrives to
Biuke her clothes last longer than any
one else can makes a practice of hang
ing her silk petticoats upside down by
loops sewed under the ruffle. The
heaviest end of the garment being up
permost there is less strain on tbs silk.
Pen, Chisel and Brush.
George Eliot was a slave to the in
fluence of the hunchback and club
footed man and did no literary work
upen the day when she saw one.
Entering upon his career as an urt-
Ist four years ago and at the age of
ilxty-three, Rear Admiral Charles Hen
ry Davis, U. S. N., has thirty-two
paintings on exhibition in the Corco
ran Art gallery In Washington.
Robert Cauer, the German sculptor
who designed the Slgel monument lu
modeling the monument to be crcctcl
on the Vlcksburg battlefield us a me
morial to the Missouri soldiers.
The Very Worst.
Clement J. Drlscoll at a dinner told
a number of amusing strrier about bis
strenuous life as commissioner of
weights and measures last year.
"A friend of mine." said Drlscoll,
"noticed one morning that his grocer
looked very sad.
"'What's the matter, old man?' my
friend asked Jokingly. 'The weights
and measures man hasn't been drop
ping in on you, I hope?'
" 'Yes, he has,' snapped the grocer.
" 'But you don't really mean to say
exclaimed my friend, 'that he caught
you giving only nfteen ounces to the
"Worse than that!' groaned the gro
er. 'Pvo been giving seventeen.' "
"What will happen when women
have the ballot?"
"I exnect there will be a blc rush
among the young men to get out the
good looking vote," Louisville Courier.
Detroit, tired of being merely a place
where stenmhonts pass by, ha come
lo the front with 1,000 divorces In n
year. Cleveland Lender.
Simultaneous announcement is wide
that Its horse cars are to go nnd thai
New York will create n civic center.
The metropolis Is bound to catch up
with the fashions Rome time. Provi
Kansas City, having resorted to
cry other expedient to get Uie noti'
of the public, now comes to the front
with a mun who notified the gag com
pany that his meter was running slow.
Facts From France.
The strike of some 500 Tnrls seam
stresses for better wages disclosed the
fact that they make less than 50 cents
a day, working ten hours.
The Rue La Rootle In Paris npptnr
to have been adopted by the plctur
nnd curio dealers nowndnys, as used
to be the case with the Rue Loflltte.
Several new galleries have recently
been opened there.
M. Jules Rouget has bequeathed a
legacy of $20,000 to be divided between
nuy two girls In the Seine district con
sldered by the prefect to be most de
serving on condition that they are mar
ried before April next.
Employer (angrily) What are yon
throwing those hnndbllls on the pave
Rill Distributer-Well, guv'nor, that's
what the people does as I gives 'em to,
so It's only saving time. Comic Cuts.
ne stood on the bridge at twilight as
the game drew near the close. 'Twns
a pensive mood In which ho stood on
the bridge of the halfback's nose.
A pessimist Is he who.e rose
Bears no sweet fragrance for the nose.
Hut Is a lure by grace forsworn
To prick him with Its hidden thorn.
"Are you sure you know all about
that topic you write on at such
length?" "Certainly not," replied Mr.
Illbrow. "If I were sure I knew all
nbout It I shouldn't be sufficiently in
';iM in it to write about it."
A thimble cnrrylng n knife blnde on
the end has been patented by a Cali
fornia man to aid In picking fruit
An Austrian officer has patented an
invention which makes It Impossible
for any one to draw a sword from its
sheath except the man who wears it.
To lighten the labors of a tin roofer
a Michigan man has Invented detacha
ble handles to Increase tho leverage of
an ordinary pair of metal cutting
An ingenious Pcnnsylvanian has pat
ented a hat trimming machine which
unreels ribbon, sews it In place and
cuts It off automatically when, a hat
has been trimmed.
Mr. Carnegie is interesting, but he
might be more so If he were as willing
to give away the steel trust as he is to
give away libraries. Louisville Courier-Journal.
Dr. Woods Hutchinson says that four
hours' work Is enough for any man.
The doctor Is likely to be nominated
for something by the Association ot
Clock Watchers. Minneapolis Journal.
Lillian Russell, at the age of ty
seven, Is about to marry for the fourth
time, thus proving that she knows
what she is talking about when she
tells other women bow to be beautiful.
English Poet In New York
For Dickens Centennial.
I tser lorii. reu, imam vt ai
eou, author of "The Woman With the
Serpent's Tongue," was a passenger
on the Camuronla, Just arrived from
1 Glasgow. He snld that he did not
care to reopen a discussion of the
poem that had brought Into great
prominence the wife of Premier As
julth nnd which created such bitter
feeling In England.
He enmo, he said, to read at Carne
gie hall tomorrow a few llnea which
ho hud written for the centennial of
Churlei Dickens. II Is accompanied
hv ttra. WaUon.
MAYOR GAYNOR'S LIST
OF HELPFUL BOOKS
Thr Arm Sixteen of Them, Beoinnln,
With tho Bible.
Hume's "History of England" (
P dally tin notee).
Franklin's "Autobiography and
The Autobiography of Drnveauto
Gibbon's "Decline and Fall of tht
Adam Rmlth's "Wealth of Va
tlons." Bacon's Essay.
De Lome's British Constitution.
nere nre the sixteen books whlci
Mayor Gaynor of New York bcllevci
have had the largest effect on his life
They are mentioned In the order 1b
which the mayor thinks he has been
affected by them.
The list is contained in n letter whick
the mayor wrote to R. A. C. Smith,
acknowledging n handsome edition ol
"Don Quixote," which Mr. Smith had
Some time ago tho mnyor and Mr
Smith fell Into n book talk. Mr. Smith
mentioned tho "Don Quixote" of Cer
vantes and described the enjoyment
he had found in reading It in the origi
nal Spanish. Mr. Smith found thai
Mnyor Gaynor was Just as great an
ndmlrer of Cervantes as he was. and
the mayor confessed frankly that his
inability to read "Don Quixote" In the
original Spanish was one of the great
regrets of his life.
Mr. Smith enjoyed the conversation
so much thnt he bought the handsom
est edition of "Don Quixote" In the
Motteux translation he could find and
sent It to Uie mayor.
DEATH OF BILLY DELANEY.
He Was Trainer of Corbett, Jeffrie ana
Johnson, All Champions.
William Dclaney. noted ns n tralnc:
and handler of famous prizeflghtcra,
who died recently, was born In New
York and was about sixty years old.
lie first gained fame ns the trainer ol
Jim Corbett and prepared blm for the
memorable tight with John L. Sullivan
which Corbett won at New Orleansvln
When Corbett was whipped by Bob
Fitzsimmons at Carson City tho for
mer's sparring partner. Jnmes J. Jef
fries, was taken in hand by Delaney,
who announced that he would develop
tho bollermaker Into a-champlon. De
laney trained Jeffries for tho first bat
tle with the Cornlshman at Coney Is
lnnd, and when Jeff won the title the
veteran trainer embraced him in the
ring. Delaney stuck to Jeffries all
through his championship career, but
when Jeffries retired and refused to
box Bill Squires In San Francisco there
came a serious breach.
Delaney assumed charge of Al Knuf
mnn, the California heavyweight, then
and proceeded to challenge Jeffries, of
fering to make a bet of $10,000 on the
side and let the winner take all. When
Jeffries refused this offer and made a
match with Jack Johnson, Dclaney
lost no time In predicting the white
man's downfall. Delaney, to square
accounts with Jeffries, consented to
act as Johnson's chief second at Reno,
and when the negro won the trainer
decided that it was time to retire.
Previously he had turned down an of
fer of 510.000 to prepare Jeffries for
the mill, giving as a reason that the
bollermaker was lacking in gameness.
Delaney had a clean record in pugil
ism. He was a shrewd matchmaker
and a clever Judge of fighters.
EXCHANGE OF SPIES.
Czar and Kaiser Release Title Offi
cers, Condemned to Long Terms.
Emperor Nlcholns and Emperor Wil
liam recently made an exchange of
The Russian emperor at the inter
cession of the German emperor grant
ed a pardon to Captain Werner von
Stuenzer. who was condomm-d nt War
saw to tbrev yearn' hard labor, and
Emperor William in return released
Baron Vinogradeff, a lieutenant In the
Russian navy, who was condemned on
Jan. 18 ut Leipzig to three years' lm
urisonment for n similar offense.
A Siamese elephant is full grown at
twenty-five years, hut not in full vigor
until thirty-five. The length of life is
B0 to 150 years. According to size, he
can carry 250 to 550 pounds.
Customer (to shopkeeper) iinve you
got any eggs that you can guarantee to
me that there are no chickens In?
Shopkeeper ipnuslng for a moment)
Yes, sir; duck eggs. London Tit-Hits.
Success Is not a hoard of wenlth.
For money even dubs Inherit,
And some may net It, too, by stealth.
Buccesn, though, must be won by merit
Detroit Free Press.
Business Man (explolnlngl-When
they say "money is easy" they mean
simply that the supply Is greater thnn
Ills Wife-Goodness! I shouldn't
think such a thing Is possible. Boston
nudson now would you explain the
Inscrutable Monn Lisa smile?
Judson Sonm one has told a funny
itory, nnd the poor woman Is smiling
th wrone place. Harper's Baiar.
CIHERIFK'S SALE OF VALUABLE
O REAL ESTATE By vlrtuo of
process issued out of tho Court of
Common Pleas of Wtiyne county, and
State of Pennsylvania, and to mo di
rected nnd delivered. 1 have levied on
I nnd will expose to public sale, nt the
i Court House In Honesdale, on
FRIDAY, MARCH 8, AT 2 P. M.,
All the defendant's right, title, and
Interest in the following described
All defendant's rlglit, title and In
terest In tho following described land
situate in Canaan township, Wayne
county, Pa., bounded and described
as follows: Beginning nt a heap of
stones, tho eastern corner of Chas.
Hogan's lnnd; thenco by said land
north 68 degrees west 7C rods to a
stones corner; thenco by lot No. 17
In the allotment of tho Cadanalnder
Mlddlo creek land; north 40 degrees,
east 137 U rods to n poBt corner;
thence by land this day conveyed to
Edward Walsh south C8 degrees
cast 76 rods to n post corner; thence
by land In tho warranteo namo of
Joseph Burrows nnd Benjamin
Mashon south 40 degrees west 137 Vi
rods to the place of beginning, con
taining 62 acres moro or Icsb; also
all that other piece or parcel of land
situate partly lu South Canaan town
ship and partly in Cherry Ridge
township, Wayno county, bounded
and described as follows, viz: Be
ginning nt n heap of stones, tho
common corner ot lots Nos. DG, 57,
G2, G3 in tho allotment of tho Cad
walader Mlddlo Creek tract; thenco
by land conveyed by John Torrey to
William Walsh nnd Dennis Donavan,
north 40 degrees east 164 rods to
a stones corner and thence by lnnd of
David S. Buckley south 50 degrees
east 35 rods to a stones corner, and
thenco by said lot No. 57 south 40
dogs, west 164 rods to the place of
beginning, contnlnlng 35 ncres nnd
140 perches bo the same moro or
less, and being the same land of
which Jnmes McCnrty died, seized
nnd of whom defendant is a son and
heir at law, having vested in him his
said heir a one-eighth undivided In
terest In said land. Upon the first
named premises is a frame house,
barns and outbuildings and nearly all
tho land Is improved; upon the sec
ond piece there are no Improvements.
Seized and taken in executon as
the property of D. G. McCarty at the
suit of Margaret McCarty. March
Term, 1309. Judgment, J259.02.
By virtue of the annexed writ of II.
fa I have this day levied unon and
I taken in execution tho two following
described pieces or parcels of land,
Pleasant and Clinton, tho first bound
ed and described as follows: Begin
ning at post and stones, the north
east corner of the John Shee war
rant; thence by the same south eighty-live
degrees west one hundred
seventy-one and one-half perches
to stones corner; thence north five
' degrees west seventy-four and one-
half perches to stones corner; thence
north eighty-five degrees east one
hundred forty-two and three-fourths
j perches to post and stones corner;
thence by the Ellas Dawson warrant
south twenty-six degrees east seventy-nine
and three-fourths porches to
the place of beginning, containing
seventy-three acres and twenty-four
perches, bo the same more or less.
Upon the above stated premises is a
frame story and one-half house,
frame barn and other out buildings,
apple orchard and other fruit trees,
and sugar maple orchard and largely
improved land. The Second: Be
ginning at a heap of stones In tho
west line of the Ellas Dawson war
rant; thenco along said line north
twenty-five degrees west forty-four
rods to stones corner; thence south
eighty-two degrees east forty-six
perches to a corner in tho Lacka
waxen Turnpike; thence southerly
along the said Turnpike about thirty
nine rods to a post; thence south
eighty-six degrees west forty perches
to the place of beginning, containing
eleven acres and twenty-four per
ches, foe the same moro or less. All
Improved land. For title to the first
piece see Deed Book No. 5, at page
283, and the second piece No. 20, at
page 79, conveying these lands to
Aaron Loomis; also Will Book No.
3, at page 149. Seized and taken in
execution as the property of Augus
tus Loomis at the suit of Wm. L.
Ferguson. Judgment, 12,432. Mch.
Term, 1910. Attorney, Lee.
TAKE NOTICE. All bids and costs
must be paid on day of sale or deeds
will not he acknowledged.
FRANK C. KIMBLE, Sheriff.
Honesdale. Pa.. Fob. 9, 1912.
MARTIN CAUFIELD I
Designer and Man
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SHERIFF'S SALE OF VALUABLE
UUAL ESTATE. -Bv virtue of process
Issued out of the Court of Common
Pleas of Wayne county, and State of
Pennsylvania, and to me dlrectec'
and delivered, I have levied on ano
will expose to public sale, at the
Court House in Honesdale, on
FHIDAY, FEB. 10, AT 2 P. M
All the defendant's right, title
and interest in the following de
scribed property viz:
All tho right, title and interest of
Henry Cole during his lifetime and
the estate of said Henry Cole, de
ceased, in and to all those certain
pieces, parcels or tracts of farm and
timber land, situate In Clinton town
ship, county of Wayne and State of
Pennsylvania, bounded and described
THE FIRST BEGINNING at a post
west lino of the Elk Forest tract and
is tho southwest corner of land con
veyed to Lorenzo L. Sweet; thence
along the said line of Elk Forest
south ten (10) degrees east to a post
and stones the northwest corner of
land surveyed to Philander Beattys;
thence by the land last mentioned
north eighty-eight and one-half
(88) degrees east sixty-eight and
four-tenths (6S.4) rojlsto the south
west corner of land iffiTned by
Samuel Stono to Thomas Clark;
thence by -land last mentioned north
ten (10) degrees west one hundred
and eighteen and one-half (118 Ms)
rods to a corner In the south line of
the aforesaid land surveyed for
Philander Beattys; thence along tho
line last mentioned south eighty
nine (SO) degrees west sixty-eight
and one-half (68) rods to place of
beginning. Containing fifty (50)
THE SECOND BEGINNING at a
stones corner of Benjamin Simp
son's land; thence by the Elk Forest
Tract south nineteen (19) degrees
east one hundred and sixty-nine
(169) perches to an ash stump south
twenty (20) degrees east ninety-six
(96) perches to a stones corner;
thence south seventy (70) degrees
west nine and six-tenths (9.6) per
ches to a stone; thence by land ot
James Chapman north forty-four and
one-half (44) degrees west ono
hundred and eighty-four and one
half (184) perches to a stone;
thence by vacant land north ten (10)
degrees west two hundred and forty
six (246) perches to stones; tatmce
south forty-six and one-half (46)
degrees east one hundred and sixty
four (164) perches to place of be
ginning. Containing one hundred
and forty-eight (148) acres and sixty-nine
Excepting therefrom the land con
voyed to Asa Stanton, to wit, about
forty-four (44) acres more or less,
and excepting therefrom the land
conveyed to Thomas Howell, to wit,
about thirteen (13) acres more cr
less, as appears of record in tho Re
corder's offlce of said Wayno county.
All Improved farm land, except
ing about thirty (30) acres of good
standing timber (tho acreago not
guaranteed) together with a two
story frame dwelling house with an
addition or Ell attached and two
good sized barns nnd outbuildings
thereon, nnd there being a good or
chard on said farm.
And being the same property con
veyed to tho said Henry Colo by R.
Milton Salmon by dood dated March
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For Results Advertize
9, 19V3, and recorded in tho Re
corder's ofike of said Wayno county,
In Deed Book No. 90, at page 621,
Seized and taken In execution at
tho suit of James McPherson, assign
ed to Gcorgo 1. Cole, assigned to
John R. Jones, versus Annie Colo,
administratrix of the estate of Henry
Colo, deceased, No. 174, October
Term, 1911, In the Court of Common
Pleas of Wayno county, Pennsylva
nia. Debt $330.26. Interest Oct.
20, 1911. Tho sheriff to collect full
amount of debt, interest and costs
on this judgment. Fl. Fa. to March
Seized nnd taken In execution at
the suit of James McPherson, as
signed to George I. Cole, assigned to
John It. Jones, versus Annie Cole,
administratrix of the estate of Henry
Cole, deceased, No. 170, October
Term, 1911, In tho Court of Common
Pleas of said Wayne county. Dobt
$395.00. Interest October 20, 1911.
Tho sheriff to collect full amount ot
debt, Interest and costs of this Judg
ment. Fi. Fa. to March Term,
Seized and taKcn in execution at
the suit of James McPherson, assign
ed to Gcorgo I. Cole, assigned to
John R. Jones, versus Annie Cole,
administratrix of the estate of Henry
Colo, deceased, No. 176, October
Term, 1911, in tho Court of Com
mon Pleas of said Wayno county.
Debt $473. 1G. Interest October 20,
1911. The sheriff to collect full
amount of debt. Interest and costs
In this Judgment. Fl. Fa. to March
TAKE NOTICE All bids and costs
must be paid on day of sale or deeds
will not be acknowledged.
FRANK C. KIMBLE, Sheriff.
Honesdale, Pa., Jan. 17, 1912.
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