The citizen. (Honesdale, Pa.) 1908-1914, December 05, 1913, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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Bell Service
Spans the Distance .
Miles may separate your home from the stores
and time-consuming trains or trolleys make
the "going" hard.
But the Bell Telephone knows neither time nor
distance and YOU may be "next door" to
the shops and stores if you Use the Bell.
In these days of fall preparations, a Bell Tele
phone would be a mighty help. Call the
Business Office to-day.
"Practice the Telephone Smile."
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New Year's Reception.
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Twice In a Century Has This An
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December, there was no reception
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lins are used by leading, physicians
ability to disease, to tone and
rencmen me nerves. 1'uresL uiive
siiv.fiifrnRTRn rnniiH kiiiiwii. iihiiiit
ikon with the hypophosphltes, gives
nli tissue nourishment to tne enure
You who are weak and rundown,
nd you "who are apparently well
ow, but are liable to suffer from
arlous weather ailments use Itexall
nil nnil Rtronc. For the tlred-out.
HU-UUWJl, UUJVUU9, cuiautvwu Ul UD
llltated the convalescing grow-
lg children aged people It is a i
ewed strength, better spirits, glow
ig health. If It does not help you,
our money will bo given back to
ou without argument. Sold In this
fiynll Stnrn nnn nf -more than 7.-
00 leading drug stores In the United
tates, Canada and Great Britain.
The Bell Telephone Co. of Pa.
T. A. Garvey, Local Mgr.,
Carbon dale, Pa.
on Jttn. J. lierore- that, In President
Cleveland's ndnilnlstrntlon, the recep
tion was callejl off on New Year's
morning because of tbo death of the
daughter of the secretary of state,
Thomas P. Rnyard.
Thousands of Hands to Shake.
The New Year's reception was par
ticipated In by the entire diplomatic
corps, supremo court, both houses of
congress, all the high officials of the
national government and all nrmy.
nnvy and marine officers in or near
Washington. It also was the occasion
on which thousands of American citi
zens from the private walks of life
stood in line for hours for the chance
of entering the White House and shak
ing hands with the president.
There nre many Indications that the
reception will not bo revived duriug
the present administration. For many
years officials at the White House have
protested mildly against the traditional
ceremony, which they felt involved cer
tain discomfort to the president and
his family, besides considerable respon
sibility for the secret service men
controlling the enormous crowds.
Many presidents have suffered great
pain as a result of having their hands
wrung so often in one day. President
Roosevelt is said to have shaken the
hands of 8,000 people one New Year's
day, aud even his powerful physique
felt the strain. Other presidents have
had to have their arms wrapped In
bandages and rubbed with ointment for
several days following the public re
ception. These are not the only reasons, how
ever, that are thought to Influence
President Wilson In abandoning the re
ception. Just before ho took office ho
let it be known that he was opposed
to the inaugural ball. Then a recep
tion was suggested, and ho opposed
that. It was said at the time that If
tlio managers of the Inauguration In
sisted on a ball he would attend, but
the members of his family would not
accompany him. It is believed that
the decision regarding the New Year's
reception Is a logical sequel of his at
titude toward the ball.
The secretary of state and Mrs. Bry
an will glvo the annual breakfast to
the diplomatic corps regardless of the
change of plan nt the White House.
This attention from the secretary of
state to tbo diplomats has come to bo
only a little less Important than the
Whlto nouse reception.
Feels Need of a Rest.
According to the announcement made
from the White House, President Wil
son feels tho need of n complete rest,
which be can take more conveniently
at Christmas than at any other time.
He Is contemplating a short out of
town trip and docs not wish to bo
obliged to return to Washington before
the reassembling of congress early In
tho new year. Tho authoritative an
nouncement on' the subject is as fol
lows: "The usual Now Year recentlon of
tho president will not be held Jan. f!f
1914. The departure from custom on
this occasion Is duo to tho fact that
tho president will not be In Washing
ton at that time. Owing to tho Ions
session of congress, tho president has
had 'no vacation since his Inaugura
tion. As tbo approaching session of
congress will bo the long session, the
only opportunity for tho president to
secure a rest will be during tho usual
holiday recess of congress."
It Is posslblo that President and Mrs.
Wilson may pass Now Year's day in
tho canal zone, as tho secretary of war
has urged the president to make Pana
ma the objective point of his vacation
trip. The president and Mrs. Wilson
lire, however, reported as not being
anxious to mako the' Panama trip at
this time, because tbey expect to at
tend tho formal celebration in 1f)1H
THE TOWEIt HOTEL is located
directly opposite the Falls. Rates
are reasonable. lfleoily
Subscribe now for The Citizen.
J Brothers Aged Twelve' and c
' Nina Also Take Up Arms. i
Photo bv American Press Association
Inc'nclcil nmoiiR Genernl Villa's nrmy
nre n number of boys, many as young as
nine years. In many cases thoy nccom
pinv their father, who Is fighting against
Hncrta. It Is said they show remarkable
nrve In the face of powder and never
Police Fire Into Crowd In Indianapolis
Teamsters' Strike.
Indianapolis, Dec. 3. Claude Lewis,
a negro, ngod nineteen, was killed and
four men were wounded, one probably
fatally, In a strike riot when six spe
cial police officers, riding on an Ice
wagon, shot into a crowd which tried
to stop the wagon in Indiana avenue.
Tlie special officers wore taken to the
police station, but It was said they
would bo released as soon as tbey
made a statement.
Tho four injured are J. II. Mason,
negro barber, shot in- abdomen, prob
ably fatal; John Ashley, forty-eight,
shot in left foot: Archie Smith, negro
porter, shot In left shoulder; Alexander
Sedan, shot hi neck, not serious.
Tho wagon had stopped to unload
Ice at a saloon. A largo crowd gath
ered and began booting the six men on
the wagon, who had been given police
powers in order to protect tho Ice com
pany's property during the teamsters
After the ice bad been unloaded the
crowd tried to prevent the wagon mov
ing down the avenue. Then tho special
officers opened fire, and nt tho first vol
ley Lewis, Mason, Smith and Sedan,
who were In the front ranks of tho
crowd, fell. Ashley was almost half a
block away when he was hit by a stray
Mayor Wallace ordered the police to
disperse a parade which was proposed
by the teamsters nnd chauffeurs. The
police kept the crowd about labor
headquarters moving and did not glvo
the men n chance to start a demon
stration. As an additional help to the police In
preventing tho parade one of tho fire
department's largo automobiles was
loaded with policemen armed with riot
guns. The machine was run through
tho downtown streets, scattering the
More wagons wero In operation to
day, It was reported. The wholesalers
who refused to risk their wagons on
tho streets yesterday sent out a num.
ber of loads of goods to freight depots
and outlying stores. The department
stores, however, still decline to mako
Westinghouse Concern Alleges Breach
of Contract on Terminal.
Boston, Dec. 3. Westinghouse,
Church, Kerr & Co. of New York filed
In tho United States district court a
suit for $1,000,000 against the Grand
Trunk railroad, alleging breach of con
tract In the construction of a terminal
station and equipment at Toronto.
Tho Westinghouse firm alleges that
under tho contract raado in 1000 they
were to receive cost plus 1C per cent
for construction of the station and
cost plus 15 per cent profit on equip
ment and that tho defendant companj
did not live up to tho contract. The
entire construction cost was $9,000,00!.
Suit was filed In this district becnus
Grand Trunk officers are here.
Charged With Murderous Assault on
His Mother-in-law.
Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 3. Because she
refused him permission to see his son,
for whom ho has instituted habeas cor
pus proceedings, Captain Ernest E.
West of the marine corps, stationed at
San Francisco, but now homo on a visit,
is alleged to have made an attack on
Mrs. John H. Jones, his mother-in-law,
and to have Injured her.
no is under arrest charged with as
sault with Intent to murder nnd with
drunkenness and disorderly conduct
Yeggs Find Safe Empty.
Syracuse, N. Y., Dec. 3. Following
what seemed to bo a monthly custom,
yeggs again cracked tho postofflco safo
at Liverpool, across tho lake from
Syracuse, but this time wero fooled for
Ihelr pains. Tho safe had not been re
paired since the last robbery a few
weeks ago nnd tbo postmaster had
Uncle Sam's valuables In the hip pock
et of his trousers.
Why suffer with that uncomfort
able feeling of fullness, headaches,
dizziness, sour, gassy, upset stomach,
or heartburn? Get relief at once
delays are dangerous. Buy to-day
now a fifty cent box of Ml-o-na
Tablets. Their action is sure, safo
and Immediate.
There Is no more effective stom
ach remedy than Mi-o-na. Besides
quickly stopping the distress Mi-o-na
soothes the irritated walls of the
stomach, strengthens and builds up
the digestive organs, thus assisting
nature in tho prompt digestion of tho
food your entire system Is bene
fited, you will enjoy good health.
Do not suffer another day get a
box of Mi-o-na Tablets from Pell, the
druggist. Take them as directed
and see how quickly you get relief.
Dec. 5 & 12.
CEDENT. A test caso that will establish a
precedent for the wholo State Is to
bo made of the Indictment of High
way Commissioner E. M. Bigelow
and other Highway Department offi
cials at Sunbury. If the Northum
berland county court refuses to
quash tho indictment the case will be
Argument was heard Friday at
Sunbury on tho motion of H. S.
Knight, of Sunbury, local counsel for
the. State, to quash the Indictment
found against tho commissioner and
other officials for falling to maintain
a road between Shamokln and Mount
Carmel. The argument was made by
Attorney General John C. Bell and
Deputy William M. Hargest and the
brief for the State raises several
questions of far-reaching conse
quence. They include these points:
Tho Highway Commissioner Is the
agent of the State, which is sov
ereign. The commissioner Is not like sup
ervisors, who have power to levy
taxes for improvements and main
tenance, and who can be indicted;
the commissioner can only spend
what is voted to him by the Legisla
ture and Is subject to a criminal pros
ecution if he does not draw it tho
way the law provides or overdraws.
The commissioner is given dis
cretionary powers.
Mr. Bell also showed the state of
the finances of the Highway Depart
ment and that the money was not
available for all demands. He furth
er stated that Mr. Bigelow was un
well and that If the Northumberland
Indictment stood he could be Indicted
In sixty-seven other counties and do
nothing except appear in court to an
swer suits caused by his Inability to
do things for which he did not have
the money.
W H. H. Oram, who is prosecuting
the case, said very kindly that If Mr.
Bigelow was sick he should resign
and demanded that the Northumber
land road be fixed up.
Lookout, Dec. 3. Mr. and Mrs.
H. G. Hill and sons and Mrs. Schultz
recently spent the day at Arthur Par
son's at Pine Mill.
Mrs. Georgo Kellam and Mrs.
Charles Clauson and daughter, Lena,
spent a few days last week at Wal
ter Anderson's at Pine Mill.
Mr. and Mrs. Millard Teeple and
daughter, Mildred, of Pond Eddy, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Clauson of Honesdale,
Fred Knapp and friend of Norwich,
N. Y., were Thanksgiving guests at
E. Teeple's.
Lydla Flynn, a nurse from Port
Jervls, N. Y., is spending some time
at her home at this place.
Ezra Maudsley, of Damascus, was
a guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Maudsley on Thursday last.
Wm. Varcoo recently purchased a
fine driving horse at Stockport, N.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Brinnlng of
Union, spent Thanksgiving with Mrs.
A. Doney.
Shop early and help the clerk
in the stores.
If your hair is too dry brittle color
less thin stringy or falling out use
Parisian Sage now at once.
It stops itching scalp, cleanses the hair
of dust and excessive oils, removes dand
ruff with one application, and makes the
hair doubly beautiful soft fluffy
abundant. Try a 50c. bottle to-day.
It will not only save your hair and make
it grow, but give it the bsauty you desire.
Tor Sale by G. W. TELL.
Honesdale Dime
Loans $ 505,381.00
Bonds and Mortgages.'.. 218,350.80
Real Estate, Furniture
and Fixtures 21,000.00
Cash and due from banks 81,070.17
Overdrafts ,18
The eight years' healthy growth and prosperous condition of this bank Indicates public confidence In the safety and Integrity of Its management.
Our constant endeavor lias been to render n bonking scrvlco second to
none, thoroughly adapted to tho needs of this community, nssurlng tho
sumo wclcomo to tho small depositor ns to tho ono with larger business
to transact.
E. O. MUMPORD, President
AV. P. RIEPLER, Vlco-Presldent
Steel mills contlnuo to curtail op
erations by reducing working days,
hours and tho number of workers.
Half schedules by Christmas are pre
dicted for the trade as a whole. Rail
mills are especially in need of speci
fications. Greater competition
among the wire drawers resulted
in a drop of $1 per ton in all sections
last week, and $2 per ton In the south
end of the Ohio valley. Nails are
now selling at $1.50 to $1.55, and
plain wiro nt $1.30 to $1.35 for im
mediate specifications, yet the largest
interests are accumulating stocks bo
fore mill operations are cut down to
tho minimum. Tin plate mills also
are accumulating stock, although
fair orders are coming from can
manufacturers and meat and salmon
packers. Steel building work
throughout the country continues
Tuberculosis day is to be observed
again this year, Dec. 7, and n general
notico of it is asked. While the
work is being done to stamp out this
needless disease, its ravages do not
attract the attention they should,
because they occur separately and in
dividually. A Titanic disaster gets
the big headlines, while the efforts
to stop an infinitely more destructive
disease attract comparatively little
notice. When will some people learn
the menace to health caused by tho
habit of spitting on sidewalks and
other public places? Ten years ago
it is recalled that In one of the most
Intelligent cities of the country, an
anti-spitting ordinance was hooted
out of the city council, as an infringe
ment on every day privileges,. There
has been a gain since then, but the
habit continues. A man may have
no communicable disease himself,
but every time he expectorates on
the walk, he encourages some victim
of tuberculosis toMo his deadly work.
It is in this way that the majority of
cases are distributed. Pittston Ga
No less than 83,351,191, barrels of
Portland natural and other cements
were produced in the United States
in 1912, according to an advance
statement by Ernest F. Burchard, of
the United States geological survey.
This great quantity represented a
value of $C7, 401,513, an Increase of
3,803,233 barrels, valued at $756,
377, over tho preceding year.
Of this "cement, 82,438,090 bar
rels, valued at $G7,01G,928, were
Portland cement, and 821,231 bar
rels, valued at $307,222, of natural
During the year tho shipments of
Portland cement amounted to 85,
012,550 barrels, valued at $69,109,
800, as compared with 75,547,829
barrels, valued at $C3,762,G38, In
1911. The average price per barrel
by these figures was 81.3 cents in
1912, as against 84.4 cents in 1911,
This represents the value of tho ce
ment in bulk in tho mills, including
labor and cost of packing, but not
the value of sacks and barrels.
The average price per barrel
through the country was 13.9 cents
higher than it was in the Lehigh dis
trict, where It was sold at the cheap
est rate, and was near the average
price received in the Iowa-Missouri
district, but was 54.5 cents lower
than the price brought along the Pa
cific coast where It was the highest.
Harrlsburg, Dec. 2. The income
of the state of Pennsylvania for the
fiscal year ending Saturday has
broken all records by more than $3,
000,000. The aggregate in round
figures is $35,400,000 as compar
ed with $32,372,000 last year. Cor
poration taxes this year amounted to
Washington, Dec. 1. Ground was
broken today f6r the $2,000,000 Lin
coln memorial In Washington's beau
tiful Potomac park. The building
will bo of Colorado yule.
Our GOLD TABLETS if used promptly
will make short work of a cold.
(X Th chambers
Honesdale, - Pa.
Capital Stock $100,000.00
Surplus and Undivided
Profits 103,203.00
Deposits 028,530.82
In other words, ho careful of it.
Tho beauty of your hair depends up
on its health. If It's beautiful, it's
healthy. To mako It glossy, bright,
silky-soft to mako It fall moro eas
ily Into the graceful, wavy folds of
tho coiffure to mako It stay where
you put It use Harmony Hair Beau
tlfler. This dainty liquid dressing
is just what It is named a beautl
fier. If your hair is beautiful now,
use it to mako It even moro so, and
to preserve Its loveliness. If It Is
not beautiful now, Harmony Hair
Beautlfier will Improvo Its appear
ance In a way to please you, or
money back. Its rose fragrance will
overcome tho oily smell of your hair.
Easy to apply simply sprinkle a lit
tle on- your hair each time before
brushing it. Contains no oil; will
not change color of hair, nor darken
gray hair.
To keep hair and scalp dandruff
free and clean, use Harmony Sham
poo. This pure liquid shampoo gives
an instantaneous rich lather that
Immediately penetrates to every part
of hair and scalp, insuring a quick,
thorough cleansing. Washed off
just as quickly, the entire operation
takes only a few moments. Con
tains nothing that can harm tho
hair; leaves no harshness or sticki
ness just a sweet cleanliness.
Both preparations come In odd
shaped, very ornamental bottles,
with sprinkler tops. Harmony Hair
Beautlfier, $1.00. Harmony Sham
poo, 50c. . Both guaranteed to satis
fy you In every way, or your money
back. Sold in this community only
at our store The Rexall Store one
of tho more than 7,000 leading drug
stores of the United States, Canada
and Great Britain, which own tho big
Harmony laboratories in Boston,
where the many celebrated Harmony
Perfumes and Toilet Preparations
are made. A. M. Leine, Honesdale.
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. M. Iyfilnn. TTnnpsnnln. Pa.