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THE CITIZEN. FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, igi2.
I HE s n
Warded as Greatest Stu
dent of Shakespeare.
HAD BEEN ILL ONLY ONE DAY
He Leaves Uncompleted Hi Variorlum
A r- 1 1 . . . .
eamon o? r-oet Son May Take Up
Work Was Seventy-nine Years
Old Death Was Due to
Philadelphia, Aug. 15. Dr. Ilornce
Howard Fumes, probably tbe world's
greatest ccrtnlnly Its most devoted
student of Shakespeare, died suddenly
nt his bonie, Lindcnshade. He hnd
been 111 only a day, but owing to bis
advanced years be would bnvo been
sevcuty-nlne years old next November
be was unablu to rally.
Several years ago Dr. Furness suf
fered from Illness, but he had fully re
covered and, coming from n family
noted for the longevity of Its members,
many thought Dr. l-'uniess would live
nnd be able to work on his great edi
tion of the bard for ninny years to
come. To bis family nnd friends,
Vf n 'ore. his sudden end enmo almost
On Sunday Dr. Furness first com
plained of feeling 111. Monday ho grew
worse. A physician was called nnd
found him suffering from pneumonia.
Then he sank rapidly. His family was
summoned and was at his bedside
when tbe end enme.
Variorium Edition Incomplete.
The death of Dr. Furness leaves un
completed his Variorum edition of the
poet. His son. Horace Howard Fur
ness, Jr., however, has been nn earnest
nnd oliirlent assistant to Iris father for
f-era years and probably will take
up the work alone where the eminent
K.tlar left off.
It. Furness was born In Philadelphia
'-it Soy. 2, 1833. Ills father was Dr.
William II. Furness, a noted Unitarian
clergyman who was pastor of the First
Unitarian church for nearly seventy
years and who lived to be ninety-five
years of age. The elder Furness was
born in Itoston In 1802 and came to this
city when a young man. His wife was
Annie P. Jenks.
The future Shakespearean scholar
was educated In tills city and at Har
vard, graduating from that university
In 1SV1. Dr. Furness spent the two
following years in Europe nnd received
the degree of doctor of philosophy
from the University of Hallo.
TO LEND MONEY TO CHINA.
Ong Leong Convention Votes Half Mil
lion to the Republic.
Philadelphia, Aug. 15. Thu Ong Le
ong tong, thu secret Chinese society
which is holding Its annual convention
here, made arrangements to loan
$500,000 to the republican cause In
The loan was made at tbe sugges
tion of Henry Moy Fut, one of tbe
Chicago delegates, who is the author
ity for the statement that since the
overthrow of tbe Manchu dynasty ex
port and Imiort trade with China has
received a distinct impetus, and the
American Chinamen are anxious to
see the improvement continue.
The society also went on record ns
favoring the ndoptlou of the English
style of a dress for Chinamen now
residing In the United States or those
that mny gain admittance later.
ARRESTED IN FUNK MURDER.
Overzealous Investigator Held by the
Wusililugton, Pa., Aug. 15. Over
zealous activity In Investigating the
death of eighteen-year-old Cella Funk
ten days ago resulted In George
Greene being placed In Jull by a coro
ner's Jury on the charge of murdering
Greene had made diagrams of the
spot where the girl was attacked and
strangled to death and luid theories
of thu crime worked out in minute de
tail. His stories fulled to agree with
those of his wife, and the coroner's
Jury held him for the crime. Several
other arrests hail been made at
Greene's Instigation and advice.
DRIVE OUT GYPSY BAND.
Nomads Who Terrorized South Jersey
Must Leave Here.
Philadelphia, Aug. 15. The band of
thirty gypsies driven out of South Jer
eey, after they terrorUed the residents
of that section, were rounded up by
the police. The wanderers were given
hearings before Magistrate MacFar
land and discharged on their promlso
to lenvo the city.
The nomads were arrested following
tho complaint of John II. Bergen,
who alleged he was held up by the
men, who, hu said, attempted to rob
him. Henry Cantor, Frankfort!, was
robbed of $30 by tho gypsies, ho do
claresi, when ho was driving down
At Harrlsburg riarrlsburg, 3; Johns
At Trenton Trenton, 3; Atlantic
At Wilmington-Wilmington, 3; Al
iSnectal to The Citizen.)
MllnilVlllo, Aug. 14. '
Mrs. John Pulls and two sonB re
turned to their homo nt Lcstorshlro,
N. Y., on Saturday last.
.Miss Gertrude Calkins Is spondlng
a fortnight at Lake Huntington.
T. Cm. Wilson, of Now York City,
is boarding at V. Skinner's.
MIR3 Mary Spear, of Scranton, Is
visiting Heleno Ycrkes.
Miss Markuna Boucher, of Port
Jervls, arrived Monday to spend
some time with Mrs. W. D. Ycrkes.
Charles Qaucl is visiting his sisters
at Kcnoza Lake and JoffersonvUIe,
F. A. Jenkins, Master Fnatz and
Mnhaney of Honosdalc, wero enter
tained nt V. Skinner s on Wednesday
evening of last week.
Wo arc glad to stnte that Mrs.
II. M. Pago Is Improving since her
The Tyler Hill Sunday school will
hold their annual picnic in Samp
son's grove on Wednesday of this
Those who attended the enter
tainment at the Baptist church on
Thursday evening felt well repaid
and wish to thank all those Who
helped make the fair n success.
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FIP.ST FLOOIt PLAN.
There Is everything here to mako this homo a model one, oven to a
Bleeping porch In tho second story. Thcro la a full basement under tho en
tire house. Flrnt story nine feet, second story eight foot Slzo 24 by 20
feet over main part Cost to build, excluslvo of heutlng nnd plumbing, ?2,150.
Upon receipt of $1 tho publisher of this paper will supply Saxton'B book
of plans, entitled "American Dwellings." It contnlns 254 up to date designs
of cottages, bungalows nnd residences costing from ?1,000 to $0,000.
The Home You
AND YOU WILL
Realty Co., Honesdale, Pa.
They will save you money and put you wise to
the best bargains In town. The terms can be
Now is the Time to Buy
Wm. J. Sklnnor Is building a
bungalow' very nenr or on tho sight
VChere tho ilrst John Land house
stood. Somo of tho ancient chimney
is still standing.
Mr. and Mrs. Adelbort Tyler and
sons Charles, Clayton nnd Garrison
of Wllkes-llnrro arc visiting nt G, H.
Several from hero attended tho
Ilrcnien's picnic nt Narrowsburg.
Jenkins' Boy Hand of Honcsdnlo 'was
The circus nt Cnlllcoon wns well
nttended on Tucsdny.
.Mrs. Frnnk Kimble, of Torroy,
wns n guest of her niece, Mrs. L. B.
Price, tho first of the week.
Hobort Dorln, Jr., of Honesdale,
spent Thursday night of Inst week
at L. B. Price's.
MUST KHKP FLIKS AWAY.
Hnrrlsburg, Aug. 10. Dnlry and
Food Commissioner Foust to-dny or
dered threo nrrcsts to bo mnde In
Pittsburg mnrkets becauso dealers
permitted Hies to contaminate food.
"The arrests wero tho result of tho
merchants Ignoring repeated warn
ings and It is tho Idea to bring simi
lar suits In other cities where food
Is exposec," said tho Commissioner
Architect, Minneapolis, Minn.
SECOND FLO Oil PLAN.
Want Should Be
REAR ADMIRAL WARD.
He Will Accompany Secre
tary of State Knox to Japan.
Roar Admiral Aaron Ward, on duty with
tho general board nt Washington, has
been assigned n naval aid to accompany
Secretary of Htato Knox to Japan. Mr.
Knox will represent President Taft at
Emperor Mutsuhlto's funeral.
WILSON'S TENTATIVE PROGRAM
Will Not Go to Indianapolis Talks at
Gloucester, N. J., Today.
Sea Girt, N. J., Aug. 15. After re
fusing regretfully the pressing invita
tion to go to Indianapolis to partici
pate In the notification ceremonies of
his running mate, Governor Marshall,
Governor Wilson Indicated tlint for the
next month nnd n half nt least bo will
confine bis speeches nnd public appear
nnccs to New Jersey rnllles nnd to non
partisan gatherings In other states.
The engagements on tho diary do not
yet take up so much time, but there
will bo no trouble to fill out the dates.
Although Invitations are coming In
dally to All In about every day nnd
most of the nights the Democratic
nominee nnd ills managers are agreed
that It will not bo well for him to un
dertake any formal campaign efforts
until after tho middle of September.
In tho meantime ho will accept such
invitations ns will not interfere with
Ids manifold tasks of being a governor
and n nominee at tho same time.
This does not mean thnt ho will not
touch upon political subjects In bis
talks. Tho contrary Is tho case. When
he talked to tho farmers at Gloucester
today ho discussed the pending ques
tions ns they affect the farmer. He will
do tho same In Williams Grove, nnd
of course ho will ndhero to tho subject
wiien ho talks from tho veranda of tho
little white house and at Wilson nnd
ARMY BUI PASSES.
Senate Adopts Measure With Clause
Retiring General Wood Eliminated.
Washington, Aug. 15. Tho senate
passed the army appropriation bill, car
rying $04,000,000 nnd replacing thnt
orlglnully passed but vetoed by Presi
Tho now bill docs not carry tho pro
vision of tlio original which would bnvo
retired Gcnerul Leonard Wood, chief of
staff of tho army.
DUTTEIt Bteady; receipts. 0.C3D pack
ages; croaniory, extras, lb., 2CaXVac;
nrsts, SaZHc.; seconds, 23V4a21Hc: thirds,
22o23c; utato dairy, tubs, llnost, 3c; good
to prima, 23a24Mc.; common to fair, 21a
23c.; process, extras, 24a24Hc; firsts, 23a
3ttc; seconds, 2iyta22c.; Imitation cream
ery, firsts, 23aZ3Hc; factory, current make,
firsts, 23uSV4c.; seconds, OaWAc;' thirds,
19Ua20a; packing stock, current make. No.
2, c; No. 2. 13alJHc
CHEESE Firm; receipts, 2,101 boxes;
state, wholo milk, new, specials, white,
lb., WialOc.; colored, lCaj averago fancy,
wlilto, 1&c; colored, lCHc; undergradoa,
13alM4.c; dulsles, lCVialCVc; state skims,
new, specials, colored, 12Hal3a; fair to
choice, Ual3a; undergradoa, Joll&o.
EGOS Finn; receipts, 17.GQ coses; fresh
Kathcrcd, extras, dor., 24aSBc; oxtra firsts,
22a23c; firsts, 21a2tV4c; seconds, ltkUOHc;
dirties, UalSc.; chocks, Hal7c; state, Putin
sylvunla und nearby, hennery whites, fan
cy, Iotho, Sla32c; fair to Rood, 27a30c;
hennery browns, 25aI7o.j gathered brown
and mixed colors, 21a 25c.
LIVE POULTItY Tone, steady; chick
ens, broilers, lb., Halle; fowls, 16c; roost
ers, lOKc; turkoys. He; geese, lie.; ducks,
lie: guineas, pair, COo.; pigeons, 13c.
DUE88ED POULTIIY - lTresh killed;
tone, linn; chickens, dry picked, Philadel
phia broilers, 20c.; Pennsylvania, 22a3c.;
western, 17u22c; fowls, dry picked, west
ern boxes, UHidTa; bbls.. Iced, HHalSa;
old roosters. lOaUHc; spring ducks, near
by, 20u40c; squabs, white, doten, JLJ5;
dark, 21a23c; frozen turkeys. No. 1, lla
ICa; chickens, roasters, milk fed, 20a21a;
corn fed, 1Su20c; row's, 4 to 6 lbs. each,
HAY AND BTHAW-Stoady; timothy,
(Co.oll.32H; shipping, KaOOc; clover, mix
ed, 12c.ail.15; long rye straw, 1; oat, SSa
40a; small bales, laTMa less.
Live 8tock Markets.
Pittsburgh, Aus. 1&
CATTLK Bupply Hunt, market Blow;
choice, t3.2Sa9.C0; primo, t8.G8a9.CO; good,
3a8X0; tidy, tlMaB; fair, (OaT; common to
good fat bulls, t3.C0ad.Z5; heifers, Jlal.TO;
froeh cows nnd springers, !23oEfi.
SHEEP AND LAMI18 - Bupply light,
market 10 cents lower; prime wethers,
U-GOatSO; irood mixed. H.aOat.60; fair
rnlxod, t3.60al.10; lambs, Ha8iO; voal
calves, t3.7Ca9; hcuvy and thin. &C0a(LC0.
IIOOB Ilecelpts, IS double decks; mar
ket lower; prime heavy, tiOO; heavy
kiUed, tS.tta8.7U; mediums, heavy and
Ight Yorkers, tS.S0aS.S6; pigs, 3.C0ag.90;
oughs, fluTM; stags, tOaO-W.
tPptclal to Tho Citizen J
Arlington, Aug, 14.
Miss Ella It. Uortreo, a Phllndel
phla school tcachor, spent a fow days
with Mr. and iMrs. F. E. Carlton.
Mr. nnd Mrs. M. S. llhhvell, of
Carbondale, passed through horo on
Thursday on tho way to a family re
union nt E. Conklln's at Hamlin.
Tho Misses Grace E. nnd Cora A.
Hldwnll are spending tho summer nt
Luster M. Carlton, after spending
a few days In Philadelphia, and go
ing to Camp Edwin Stuart with
Company I, First Regiment, return
ed homo last week.
On Tuesday next tho Ladles' Aid
will hold a bee for the purpose of re
building the church sheds.
On each second Tuesday night, be
ginning August C, preaching will bo
held at Arlington.
UNION AND BRAMAN.
(Special to The Citizen.)
Union and Urnmnn, Aug. 14.
Wo have had rain In this locality
for the past threo days.
Mrs. Lewis Hauner Is 111 with ty
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Blake, of Beth
any, camo In their new automobile to
this place last week Tuesday visiting
tho former's brother, John T. Blake.
The many friends of Thomas Caf
fery are very sorry to hear his Ill
ness Is very serious, with but llttlo
hope of his recovery.
Several from this locality attended
the Ladles Aid's dinner at Stalker's
last Thursday. All report a line
SCOUTS IN WAR GAME.
Reds Looking For Vulnerable
Point In Dlue Army's Defense.
Photo by American Press Association.
TAEHYT0WN CaNT SLEEP.
Colonel dowry Makes Protest Against
Noise From Motorboats.
Tarry town, N. Y., Aug. ID, Colonel
Robert C. Clowry, John D. Archbold,
Princess del Braga, Joseph EiiHtman and
otlior wealthy residents who live along
tho banks of the nudsou have been
much annoyed thbi summer by the
noise from motorboats traveling up and
down tho Hudson without rnulllers.
Colonel Clowry has complained to tho
board of trustees and Bays that sleep is
Impossible. He lias asked Village Presi
dent Plernon to try to havo tho nui
sance stopped, saying that New York
residents lind been successful in a sim
ilar crusade. The matter has been re
ferred to the harbormaster.
Stork In Embassy Family,
London, Aug. 15. Tho wifo of Wil
fcnm Phillips, secretary of tho Ameri
lan embassy, gave birth to a daughter.
WANTED EXPERIENCED HII1UON
Pleco work; con innko $18.00 per
week, but aro guaranteeing IjilB.OO
per week of 55 hours. Married peo
ple preferred. Stimuli! & Uhlliigcr
high-speed double deck looms. Ap
ply by letter only to VIRGINIA SILK
COMPANY, IXC, South Richmond,
C We wish to secure a good
correspondent in every town
in Wayne county. Don't be
afraid to write this office for
paper and stamped envelops.
The most wonderful instrument of the century
WHAT IT IS: Absolutely the finest type of pneumatic
Player Piano In the world both in principal and in
ITS VALUE : Its artistic quality, its simplicity, its uni
que feature of a metal shell for each note that is
seamless, nonleakable and interchangeable.
Its absolute ono prico Belling plan ami its unlimited cuarantoo.
What moru can you ask of a l'lnyur Piano which sella at a popular
A prico which may bo reached by all.
We havo just received ono of these AIU-O-PLAYEH PIANOS and
will bo pleased to show you its good features.
F. A. Jenkins Music House
Lyric Theatre Building, Honesdale, Pa.
Stato of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas Connty, S3.:
Trnnk J, Cheney makes oath thnt
bo Is senior partner of tho Arm of
F, L. Cheney & Co., doing buslnosa
In tho City of Toledo, County and
Stnte nforesald, nnd thnt said flrr
will pay tho sura of ONE HUNDRED
DOLLARS for each and overy caso o
Catarrh that ennnot bo cured by the
uso of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before mo and subscrib
ed In my presence, this Cth day of
Docember, A. D. 188C.
(Seal) A. W. GLEASON.
Hall's Catarrh Cure 1b taken In
ternally, and acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Sond for testimonials free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by ail Druggists, 76c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
The Hoard of Trustees of tho Stnte
Hospital for the Criminal Insane,
Hoom 818 Heal Kstatc Trust
Sealed proposals for tho construc
tion of a Sowngo Disposal Plant for
tho above institution at Farvlow,
Pa., addressed to H. G. Ashmcad,
Secretary, will bo received, opened
and scheduled until ono o'clock p.
m. August 13, 1912.
Drawings, specifications and form
of proposal may be had on applica
tion to J. C. M. Shirk, Architect, 421
Chestnut street, Philadelphia.
The Board reserves tho right to re
ject any or all proposals or parts
HENRY F. WALTON,
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS OF WAYNE COUNTY.
Libel In Divorce.
No. 104 Oct. Term. 1911.
HANNAH MARIA PITTA WAY,
ALBERT EDWARD PITTA WAY
To ALBERT EDWARD PITTA
WAY: You are hereby required to
appear In the said Court on tho third
Monday In October, to nnswer
the complnlnt exhibited to tho Judgo
of said court by Hannah Maria Pltt
away, your wife, in tho causo above
stated, or in default thereof a de
cree of divorce as prayed for In said
complaint may be mado against you
In your absence.
F. C. KIMBLE, Sheriff.
Searle Salmon, Attorneys.
Honesdale, Aug. 13, 1912. G5w4
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS OF WAYNE COUNTY.
Libel In Divorce.
No. 142 Jan. Term, 1912.
EDGAR W. DODGE, Llbellant,
HATTIE DODGE. Respondent
To HATTIE DODGE: You are
hereby required to appear In the
said .Court on tho third Monday In
October, to answer tho complaint
exhibited to tho judgo of said court
by Edgar W. Dodge, your husband,
in tho causo abovo stated, or In de
fault thereof a decree of dlvorco as
prayed for in said complaint may be
made against you in your absence
F. C. KIMBLE, Sheriff
Searlo & Salmon, Attorneys.
Honesdale, Aug. 13, 1912 C5w4
C Have The Citizen sent to
your address. Only $1.50 per
The creditors of the
havo secured tho services of Buel
Dodge, who Is backod with 37 years
of oxperlenco as a pharmacist, to
conduct their drug storo rocontly
purchased of P. L. Colo. Bring your
Proscriptions to this storo. You'll
rocelvo pure, fresh drugs accurately
compoundod. That's tho way wo
help tho doctor to help you.
1123 Main St.