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THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, AUGUST i, 1913.
75,000 GEMS GONE
H. Harriman's Daughter,
Mrs. Rumsey, Is Robbed.
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ikiiiiiiflin iir ill rif nil v r
-miiwiiu i-iunutsr lanen rrom warra
gansett Pier Mansion Thief An.
parontly Familiar With Prem
ises Detectives Baffled.
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.uuu wnrrn nr imvo rr fmm M,a
iry Hnrrlnian, becamo known In
nto of the lato 13. II. Ilarrlmnn nittdu
ugeucy 10 sock tne tinovcs who
uue uouuoir or -urs. ltumsey at lier
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'rnctJnnllv nil nf Afro lliimcnv'a Inn:
including a two strand pearl nock-
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coverea tne theft two of the boxes
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roua Huiuncr articles were stolen,
nouncement of the theft and the
iraate of the value of the articles
in wiim mnitn iv I '. it 'I 'nfrnrtirtti'
nnger of the Harrlman estate, at
Wore Jewels Saturday.
nr. ATrs. TlllniMnv lvnrn lini nonrl
klace and some of the other jewelry
Saturday evening, July 20. When
took them off she placed them, as
evening, less than twenty-four
ly, Mrs. Ituinsey went to the draw-
11 uiKi! siiiiii (it TiirtTii nnr v non
opened the drawer she founjl only
or tne lour uoxes within. These
es wero fonnil tn lio pnintv
etectlves were at once notified and
nrinn m Kppronv. hut n iirnlimiimM?
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to the Identity of the thieves or
ho disposal of the jewels. It was
1 decided to call In the private de-
Ivp nppnpv. Tiip Kiw Ynrlr nnHnn
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tlie gems, as were the police of
method of the robbery or the lden-
or mo inieves, air. xcgetnoir saia
ho had not. All the servants In the
lsi'v iiiiiisi'iiiiiii. up Ruin, wi'rn fun
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UUSIUU CUllMUl-'US, iiUYlUg UUUU 111
iuu lor years euuer in me iiumsey
Hnmninn Tntiinv. AhKnhitnlr nn
ilclon was attached to any one In
household, he said.
INSPECT ALL FACTORIES.
er Will Be Asked For Special Staff
to Cover Entire State,
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Marshal George S. Rocsch an-
iced that his chief would request
service commission to designate
y special inspectors from the state
service list for a period of thirty
to visit every factory iu the state
report conditions at once,
ders will bo issued by the state
(lnrshnl recriil.itlni? rniidlMmis mm.
ied of from Gloversville, where
on employees are compelled to do-
1 uiu uru usciniu uunug mo lire
In the presence of men standing
H WOIIAN A SAMARITAN.
Acquitted of Murder.
s Angeles, Cal., July UO. Assert
hat the bond of sympathy among
en was neglected sadly and that
as a rule showed more sympathy
the fallen that did women, Mrs
les Wellington Rand, a wealthy
ty woman, appeared at pollco
(Quarters today and welcomed to
wino Mrs. Leah Dolmon. n Uelulnn
acquitted or tne cuargo of killing
will give her n good home," said
ltanu. "Sne needs a friend now,
er, and In mo sho will And one. I
vo In women practicing what thov
TlfllTAT UUTlER R'ETl'ET. VTVV.
igners Think That Revolution la
About to Fail.
inghal, July 30. Tho rebels con
d to bombard tho forelcn Rpttlp,
. dronninc their shnlls wnll intn
ntonoc tho unnff was rpsnmpfl
two days of quiet
ale prevails among the Chlneso
but It Is tho opinion of tho Amer
; that tho revolution has about run
mrso and will fail,
ills are dropping all around the
gn quarter, nnd ono exploded
0 tho grand stand In tho quarter,
ally wounding a rortugueso boy
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en and children.
ir and continued warm today nnd
ituu , jignt 10 moueruie soucn ana
Lookout, July 30. Many In this
vicinity have finished haying. Black
berries are beginning to ripen.
Mrs. John Kahrs Is entertaining
her sister and children from New
Mrs. It. E. McDermott, of Scran
ton, Is spending some time with her
aunt, Mrs. Joel O. Hill, who is in
Merton Bass, after spending his
vacation here, has returned to Nor
wich, N. Y., where he has employ
ment. Mrs.' Leonard Elmore, of Cllne's
Pond, recently spent a few days at
the home of her son, Aden, at this
Mr. and Mrs. John Wilcox recently
entertained Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Sheard and children of Fallsdale.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Ross have
returned to their home at Hancock,
N. Y., after a short vacation spent at
Mr. Ross' old home here.
David Layton, Jr., of Bramanj, re
cently visited his parents at this
Mrs. Frank Lester and little sons
drove to Galilee last Tuesday.
Mrs. Daniel Hogancamp spent one
day last week with friends at Rlley
ville. Bert Bruce and wife, of Colorado,
are making an Indefinite stay at tho
home of his mother here.
David Edwards, brother and sister
of Carbondale, motored to Lookout
on Wednesday last, and returned In
the evening accompanied by Mr. Ed
wards' wife and children, who had
been spending the last two weeks at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. William
One day last week Mrs. Hattie
Doney entertained New York friends
who are spending the summer at
Earl Young, of Calllcoon, recently
visited his brother, Roy, at this
Ford Dailey and mother, Mrs.
Alex. Hlnkley, of Cold Springs, were
recent visitors at Fred Brannlng's.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gillow and
daughtec, of Equlnunk, were guests
at Albert Gillow's last Sunday.
Ezra Maudsley, of Damascus,
spent one day last week with his par
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hawley and
little daughter, visited relatives at
Cold Spring on Sunday last.
Mary Rodenberg and Ellis Mauds
ley were guests of Fallsdale relatives
Rev. A. Manship and John R.
Maudsley spent last Friday at Calll
coon. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Toms are
entertaining their granddaughter,
Maude Lawson, of Long Eddy, N. Y.
Myrtle Ewain, of South Branch, is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. Virgil Young,
at this place.
Mrs. Jackson Brannlng is seriously
ill with erysipelas.
Mrs. George Skinner and daugh
ter, Andra, of South Branch, called
on Lookout friends on Thursday last.
The L. A. S. met at the parsonage
recently and spent a day quilting.
This quilt, together with many oth
er beautiful and useful articles, will
bo for sale at the church fair which
wjll be field here August 20.
Mrs. Grace Edsal and children, of
Waymart, spent a part of last week
at Fred Brannlng's.
On Friday of last week a company
of young people consisting of Ra
chael and Ruth Maudsley, Mary and
Anna Rodenberg, Verna and Evelyn
Hill, Harold, Frankie and Neal Les
ter were very pleasantly entertained
by Mrs. Hattie Doney at her home
Charles Rutledge and wife, of
Rutledgedale, passed last Sunday af
ternoon at John R. Maudsley's.
Herman Hoppo made a business
trip to Callicoon one day last week.
John A. Hill and family called on
friends at Union last Sunday.
Sherman, July 30. Mrs. Walter
McClatchy and children of Roselle,
Park, N. J., are visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. L. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Fuller and
Miss Gussio Fuller, of Deposit, visit
ed her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Miss Florence Arneko visited
friends here recently.
Mrs. F. J. Littel of Deposit, N. Y.,
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. M.
Born, to Mr. and Sirs. Andrew
Mellous, a daughter.
Charles Van Pelt and Ruth Carter
of Deposit, N. Y., visited at Isaac
VanPelt's one day last week.
Mrs. Earl Spearbeck and daughter
of Great Bend are visiting her moth
er, Mrs. J. McClure, who is 111.
Mrs. Fred .Warner of Blnghamton
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Bruce Freemrn arrived at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. William
Mrs. Ellen Lowe is reported no
better at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed VanPelt and fam
ily and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Loder
visited at Isaac VanPelt's Sunday.
Steene, July 30. Isaac Tomkins,
of Carbondale has purchased tho
Tennant property here, formerly
known as the old Perry homestead.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rolltson, of
South Canaan, visited Mr. and Mrs.
William Cole Sunday.
.Mr. and Mrs. James Kagler, of
Scranton, visited the latter's parents
Mr. and Mrs. William Spry, of
Wilkes-Barre, have moved to their
summer cottage here.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hambly, of
Honesdale, visited last week with
friends at Carbondale and Steeno
Mrs. William Wright and family,
of Carbondale, are spending a week
with her parents here.
John Jenkins has accepted a posi
tion with the carpenters on the new
cut glass factory at Prompton.
Mr. and Mrs. Tonkin, of Carbon
dale expect to take possession of
their new home here about October
William Cole's large barn is near
Edward Keen has charge of the
gang of carpenters working on the
cut glass factory at Prompton.
Gouldsboro, July 30. The annual
picnic of Chaplain T. D. Swartz
Woman's Relief Corps, No. 17, of
Moscow, will be held in Schiterlle
Grove, Gouldsboro, on Wednesday
morning. In order to adjourn in
time that members and visitors can
go to Tobyhanna on tho milk train to
visit the encampment the regular
meeting to be held in the after
noon will be called to order at 1
o'clock sharp as considerable busi
ness is to be transacted.
There has been a series of acci
dents here the last few days. Among
the children, Percy Gress ran a very
large sliver in his arm below the el
bow, coming out above, making a
very bad wound. His brother, Clem
ot, fell in West End pond and nar
rowly escaped drowning. Theodore
Meyers fell off of a bicycle and broke
him .arm. On Sunday Frank Shaf
fer, while out in a row boat decided
to go swimming. In diving from his
boat his head struck against a rock
and ho received a bad cut.
Madeline and Gus Matthews visit
ed their mother at tho Moses Taylor
hospital, Scranton, the last of the
Mrs. M. M. DuTot and son Luther
visited her sister at the Moses Tay
lor hospital last week.
W. H. Hager of Rozelle, N. J., ,has
been spending a few days with "her
Mrs. Frank Furman and Mrs.
Frank Latham of Philadelphia, havo
been spending a week with their
cousin, Mrs. David Ellenberger.
Mrs. Harry Morgan was a Blng
hamton visitor the last of last week.
Mrs. L. G. Smith and daughter,
Miss Grace Rowie, of Easton, havo
been spending a couple of weeks
with Mrs. Etna Staples.
Wlllard Gress, who recently un
derwent tan operation for appendi
citis, is able to bo out again.
MIsS Helen Smith has been spend
ing a couple of weeks with her cous
in, Miss Marcia Major, in Scranton.
Mrs. Major, who recently underwent
a critical operation, is home from the
hospital, and doing well.
Miss Gladys. Wltherstone, of May
field, who has been spending a couple
of weeks with Miss Florence Adams
at tho White House, has returned
Mrs. Ray Shook an d daughter of
Wllkes-Barro, aro spending a week
with Mr. and Mrs. R. B, Decker.
WOMAN SUFFItAGE NOTES.
Harrisburg, July 30. People who
have watched tho work of those ac
tively interested in tho woman suf
frage movement perhaps wouldn't
suspect that any of the officials ever
take a vacation but they do. A
number of the most prominent mem
bers of the Pennsylvania Woman
Suffrage Association are now enjoy
ing vacations after their arduous
labors in behalf of tho Rockwell res
olution last wjnter and spring. Miss
Lida Stokes Adams, of Philadelphia,
eastern vice-president of the associa
tion, Is summering In New Hamp
shire. The "western vice-president,
Miss Mary Bakewell, of Sewickley, is
in Nantucket. Mrs. John O. Miller,
of Pittsburgh, corresponding secre
tary, is at Beaumaris, Canada.
Miss Louise Hall, of Harrisburg, the
executive secretary of the associa
tion, Is spending " a month in New
The ultra-progressive west has
again come to the front with a "first
woman" official, though not In pub
lic office. She is Mrs. Meta J.
Erickson, just elected president of
the Amador Central .Railroad Com
pany, in California. She is said to
he the first and only woman elected
to such a place in this country.
Pennsylvania will be well repre
sented at the big votes for women
demonstration in Washington, D. C,
July 31. The demonstration has
been organized to impress upon
Congress the demand of the public
for the adoption of. the pending equal
suffrage amendment to the federal
constitution. The participants will
assemble at Hyattsville, Md., and go
to Washington by automobile, run
ning through Pennsylvania avenue
to the Capitol. In tho Pennsylyania
delegation will be Mrs. Mary McDow
ell and Miss Kate Sweeney, of Pitts
burgh; Mrs. Kate Van Pelt, of Now
Hope; Mrs. Mabel Cronise Jones,
Mrs. A. C. Stamm, Mrs. Harry B.
Montgomery, Mrs. Clarence B. Mil
ler, Mrs. Charles Francis Etter, Mis.
Meier G. Hilport and Miss Helen
Montgomery of Harrisburg.
Statistics of the United States
Bureau of Education show that four
States have women at the head of
their state school department. These
four are Colorado, Idaho, Wyoming
and Washington, in all of which
have the right to vote. Indiana has
a woman as assistant state superin
tendent. In Montana twenty-nine cf
the thirty county superintendents ure
women, and there are 495 women
county superintendents in the entire
Nebraskans who believe in equal
suffrage started on July 1C to circu
late blank petitions all over the
state for the submission next year of
a proposed constitutional amend
ment. The names of C0;000 voters
must be attached to the petition.
Pennsylvania has never been back
ward in employing women in public
places, although few have ever been
appointed to a place much above the
rank of a clerk. N. B. Critchfield,
secretary of agriculture, recognized
the value of a woman in public em
ployment last week, however, when
he appointed Mrs. Jean Kane Foulke,
of Chester county, as an agricultural
expert on domestic economy and
household science. The recent leg
islature authorized the appointment
of ten experts at ?1.500 per year
each to assist farmers in getting the
To the already large list of im
portant newspapers which feature
woman suffrage news because it is
demanded by readers is added the
Boston Journal. Many big dail'es
have long been featuring a page of
suffrage news each week. The Bos
ton Journal announces that it is go
ing to do this twice a week.
BUFFALO BILL'S SHOW
IN HANDS OF RECEIVER.
Trenton, N. J., July 29. An in
voluntary petition in bankruptcy was
filed here today in tho United States
court against the Buffalo Bill's Wild
West and Pawnee Bill's Great Far
East show, which is now in Denver,
Service in the proceedings was
made by Deputy United States
Marshal Snowden upon Gordon W.
LIHie, president of the company,
Tho concern Is a New Jersey cor
poration, with its principal offices in
Wo offer One Hundred Dollar
Reward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. CHENEY &. CO.,
We, tho undersigned, havo known
F. J. Cheney for the last 16 years,
and believe him perfectly honorablo
in all business transactions and fi
nancially able to carry out any ob
ligations made by his Arm.
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE,
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken In
ternally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonial') sent free.
Prlco 75 cents per bottle. Sold by
TaKe Hall's Family P1113 for constipation.
Bring your difficult Job work to
this office. We can do it.
iflew Prides on Tungsten
Lamps in Effect July 1st;
25 Watt 35 Cents
-10 Wntt 35 Cents
OO Wntt (small) 45 Cents
AO AVatt (largo) 00 Cents
100 Wntt . . . 80 Cents
Get your lamps of the
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INTEREST allowed from the FIRST of ANY
MONTH on Deposits made on or before tho
TENTH of the month.
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