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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 January 1909

ess feMt H&DAY; JANUARY 15, 1909. NO . 5 iv. r n- II,... r . i i 5 m LEGISLATURE. After Panto and Suspensions Bank lag1 Institutions Have Not Only Fully Recovered, but Made Great Gains. Albany, N. Y., Jan. 13.-Clnrk WU jiains, state superintendent of banks, In his annual report submitted to the legislature today calls attention to tbe encroachment on the business of the Barings banks of the state by state banks of discount and trust compa nies as well us a growing tendency on the part of national banks doing business In this state to operate Inter est departments In competition with savings banks. Discussing the recovery of banking Interests from the financial panic of a year ago the report says: The return of public confidence In our general banking Institutions is shown by their total resources as follows: Dec. 1907. Nov., 1908. Trust companies.. .11,001,852,952 l,42fl.G69,B59 Banks 609.080,073 614,707,421 Total 31.511,533,023 t2.041.3GS.9S0 The decrease in resources from Augu...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 January 1909

THE CITIZEN. PUBLISHED EVEET WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY BY THK CITCZKN rtJBLI8IIINa COMPACT. Entered as second-class matter, at the post office, Itonesdale, Fa. SUBSCRIPTION : $1.50 a year, in advance E. B.HARDENBERGII, - - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SECY DIRECTORS : i n, DORFMNOXX. BXNRY WILSON. W. W. WOOD. M. B. ALLEN. E. B. HARDENRERQII. FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1909. PliEASE STOP MY One of the effects of the late panic has been to spread a spirit of retrenchment over the country, until it has reached almost every one. Economize and cut down expenses, has become the order of the day. The result is, letters contain ing the above sentence have been swell ing Uncle Sam's mail, while the phone has been used to convey this message to many concerns, and some people have gone personally to business places and said: "Times are hard, I must econo mize ; please stop my " Whiskey ? "Oh, no I times are not hard enough for that ; but something else costs me a large amount every, year, which I m...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 January 1909

pSsjsmiSm rCEHT A WORD COLUMH itJIovei between Wlcholaa Bonn's and Becnd uhus imctory 1'ona. mnuiy iravcii vnum . AMOS WARD. Auctioneer. Heady to, ac sommodaie&Il comers, Uethany, I'a. 4ell0 VAtlM of 186 acres lor sale. Good bouse, a bam that.wlll accommodate 10 cows, 0 horses fl 100 tons of hay. Form well watered, w chicken house that will accommodate chickens. Large Bllo. No better farm In nyne county, situated one-halt mile from lege. Inquire at Tint Citizen ofllcc. FOtl BAT.R A mnA -reasonable Inquire Hotel Wayne, two-seated Bleleh, FOB SALE-Ray house, on East Extension street. Largo lot with sixty feet front. M.K. Simons, saeoltt FURNITURE at BROWN'S. Parlor 8ults at Brown's, . Bedroom Suits at Brown's, Couches at Brown's. . Fancy Chairs at Brown's, - , Dining cane and wood Chairs at Brawn's. LOCAL MENTION. N. B. Fpcncer has been appointed Deputy by Sheriff M. Lee Braman. This Indian Orchard Sunday school will meet at 4:45 P. M., next 8unday. Service will bo held by Rev. A....

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 January 1909

Figures In Public Eye. Congressman Tawney and the Secret Sciv Ico Controversy Mayor Nathan of Rome and Earthquake Rescue Work D. F. Lafean. JAMBS A TAW NEY, the Mlti nesota repre sentative who In ures conspicuously In the controversy between the presi dent and congress over the secret service, Is chair man of the house a p p r oprlatlons committee. In that capacity he had jaues a. tawmet. considerable to do with the action of congress respecting the secret service to which the presi dent so strenuously objected. Mr. Hoosevelt in his special message laid the responsibility for the adoption of the clause restricting the operations of the secret service directly at the door of this committee. Mr. Tawney Is one of the most lullu eutlal of the house leaders. He was born lu what Is now the battlefield of Gettysburg Jan. SO, 1805, and when he was eight years and five months old he witnessed that tremendous conflict. When Mr. Tawney got to be a con gressman he sat beside General KHz hugh Le...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 January 1909

tlbrarj jljJoro . ' ffjSenil--Weekly Founded I Wayne County Organ 1908 or the REPUBLICAN PARTY J: Weekly Founded, 1844 HONESDALB, WAYNE 00., PA., "WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1909. 66th YEAR. NO. 6 Cttactt CIANT LAND FRAUD More Than $110,000,000 Wrongfully Acquired. MAINLY BY BIG CORPORATIONS Some 32,060 Distinct Cases In Twenty-four States West of Missis sippi to Be Investigated and Prosecuted. Washington, Jan. 10. Information of a startling character of alleged whole sale and astounding frauds upon the public lands has come Into the posses sion of Secretary of the Interior Gnr fleld through special agents In the field. The serious allegation Is made that inoro than $110,000,000 worth of lands, In statos principally west of the Mis sissippi river, have been fraudulently acquired within the past two years, mainly by corporations and also by In dividuals. With a view of recovering these lands Secretary Garfield has sent let ters to Chairmen Hale and Tawney of the senate and house appropri...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 January 1909

WORKSHOP! PALACE Italy's Queen Establishes One to Benefit Earthquake Sufferers. BUSY HIVE OF INDUSTRY. ArUtoeratlc LadUt and Working Qlrl Siw 3ldo by Bide Little Princeitei Make Dolls' Ctothei For Poor Cala brlan' Children Btoriee of the Dlt iter. It :1s, Impossible to enumerate the re Uet committees of nil kinds, each with n .practical object, Uvhlch have been formed In Rome for the benefit of the earthquake sufferers In southern Italy and Sicily. Queen Helena, who Is per haps the most useful of all the agen cies of relief, has had the heavy furni ture removed from three big roonw of the royal p'alace, putting in tablef, Hew ing machines, forty or fifty workbas kets, chairs and nothing else. Here la dles of the oldest aristocracy and work Kirls are gathered together In friendly Intimacy, cutting out and sewing as though their lives depended upon fin ishing. The (iieen Is as busy as the rest ad vising imd directing, even giving le.--nous and taking a hand herself. Tlil-t goes on pra...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 January 1909

t Profit Sharing Movement Advantages of a System That Establishes a Community of Interest Between Employers and Employed Views of Some of Its Prominent Advocates Will Eliminate Strikes Achievements of Its Most Conspicuous Supporter. By JAMES A. EDCER.TON. IS the next great step In Industrial evolution to be in the direction of profit sharinB? Is this to be the solution of strikes and labor trou bles, the ushering in of n better day tor employers and employees alike? I' Sea to both questions decidedly yes if sucn men as President Roosevelt, An drew Carnegie, Melville K. Ingnlls, the railroad magnate, and Arthur James Balfour, ex-premler of Great Hritaln. can be accepted as prophets. In the past few 'weeks utterances from these men and others have approved profit snaring in the strongest terms. Carne gie even goes so far as to say in effect that the present wage system is doom ed. He would have the. workers made partners in the business, jf, O. Nelson, the St. Louis manufacturer who f...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 January 1909

THE CITIZEN. TOBUSnKD EVkBV WKDNE3DAT AND FBIDAT BY THK CtnSEH rDBLISniMO COMFAKY. Kntcrcd as second-class matter, at the post office, Honesdale, Pa. H. B. HARDKNBEUGH. - PRESIDENT YT. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AND SKCJY dibectobs: m. n. DOBFMKQER. M. B. AI.LEX. HCIST WILSOH. E. B. I1ABDBICBEBQII. W. W. WOOD. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1009. A Greater Honesdale. Shall We Have It? If So a Hustle Is Necessary What Will the Next Census Show? The coming census is commencing to Attract general attention from people in all parts of the country, and in this State much importance ie being given to it by ambitious and would-be up-to-date towns. The fact that the nest decennial census comes next year' is stirring up ther towns to get together, consolidate, and cet n richt ratine in the 1010 census report; and Honesdale must get a movel n this year if it desires to make a good ihowing in the next census. It is all well enough to tell of our nu merous nnd'flourishing industries ; our flno public buildin...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 January 1909

CENTA WORD COLUMN BAIINET QOLDKN. the cye-sleht jipdclal let, ol Carbondale, will bo at the Allen House, IfnnAlAlA nil f1v rhilrrtitw fulrl At the Park View hotel, lfawlcy, all day Friday, of Mils week, tl I AM CLOSING OUT fancy pictures at reduced-prices to make room for repairs. Get your pick before the best arc tone at Hideo way's fltudlo. 6t2 I HAVE mouldings to frame any size or stylo of picture cheap or dear-at Hluse way'B Studio. 6t2 NOW la Mm limn Hint Kpnalhln tieonlo. Who Wish to get the very best work done In the Vhotographlc line, after the holiday rush Is ver, will call at HlUgcway's Studio. 6t2 VOIINn A Mpnrnr.hmim clear holder. Ball at Citizen oillce tor It, L08T-An Overcoat and a Pair ot Woollen ftlQVM hntwpAii Nlrhnlnn Snnn's and Second tiass f actory t'ona. Kinuiy leave ai umz&a r- A MTIR Wrk tin A,iplnnivr llpnrlv tn no- commodate all comers. llcthany.Pa. 4cll0 ' FARM of 182 acres for dale. Good house a trim thnf will nrwiMimnilntf4fl WIWS. OllOrSCS and 100 to...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 January 1909

Younger Set r3 " SYNOPSIS OK PHKOKDINU OIIAI'TKKS. Chap. 1-Itcturnlnc from Mnnlla. Captain Selwyn, formerly of the arms'. Is welcome home by his sister, Nina Gerard, her wealthy husband Austin, iititl their numerous ciulu ren. Kllecn Krroll, ward of Nina and Austin. Is jrart of their household. Selwln has been divorced, without uullt on hi" part.lbyhU wife. Alixc, who Is now the wife of Jack Ituthvcn, with whom she ran away from Selwyn. II Klleen, who Is very fond of hot brother. Ueruld, despite the young man's neglect of her, makes friends with Sciwyi. Ill liernld Is worried about younc Krroll's mingling In the fast set. Herald Is employ ed by Julius Neergard, a realo state operator in a lame way. Selwyn promises Kiieen no will look niter her brother. Ho tells hei about Hoots Lansing, his army chum in Manila, who Is coming to New York. In the park Klleen and Selwyn ride past Allxe. IV Kllecn's deceased father was an archaeol ogist, and she has Inherited some of his scholarly qualit...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 January 1909

New York by Pea and Pencil. SahtfMisii Detags la Holiday Time A New ffesc ef the Uppteg Nuisance. SL Jefe's Mov kg Pictures. Pfrom Our New York Correspondent.) OR some cause which Is not yet apparent the re cent holiday sea son was marked by a flamboyan cy of expression unusual to Go tham. This year the swagger set seems to hare relapsed Into the primitive, four footed way of manifesting 1 1 s Joy over the re turn of the bless ed season, con ducting itself nft cr nn lde.illr.cd quadrumnnous fashion. What I i am actually trying to sny Is that some of the holiday doings of our Idle rich have been of a nature which might have called a blush to the cheek of I well. Sardalinpalus. I One of the most novel and least ob-, 1wittitnnl iln csinlnl cflinta nf I Ii t a .1 i-k- scriptlon was n "pajauia party." Yes, they did tho guests all appeared clad In this sure enough "evening dret-s." The company Included n score of men and women who r,ce daylight through Fifth avenue windows when they Fee I...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 January 1909

H r, Correspondence Items Gathered by THE CITIZEN STAFF m Indian Orchard. Jan. 18th. The Democratic caucus for,Berlin will be held at the Vine Hill school house on Saturday the 23d inst., between the hours of 4 and 6 o'clock. The Republican caucus will be held in the same house and on the same date between the hours of 6 and 8 o'clock r. M. The officers of Indian Orchard Grange, No. 1020, were installed by M. G. Noble, assisted by T. Y. Boyd, both of Labor Grange, on Wednesday evening last. Several were present from Labor and Welcome Granges. After installa tion, all partook of an oyeter supper, which was followed by fhort nddresscs. At o'clock, nil departed for their several homes feeling that another even ing of enjoyment had been well spent. T. Y. Boyd, manngerof the Big Eddy Telephone company, was overhauling and repairing 'phones in this vicinity iu Saturday. Mrs. .John Ham, of Scranton, is visit ing her son, Karl, who has purchased the homestead. Earl Ham took several of the y...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 January 1909

iiltett Semi-Weekly Founded! Wayne County Organ 1908 .Weekly Founded, 1844 v r the REPUBLICAN PARTY 66th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1909. NO. 7 c HALT MJ BILLS President Roosevelt Writes to Governor Gillette. CALLED "MOST UNFORTUNATE." Says It Would Work Incalcula ble Damage to Pass Laws Against Orientals Who Own land. Sacramento, Cal., Jan. 20. Governor Gillette linn caused tbe nntl-Jnpanesc bills to be huld up In the legislature at the urgent request of President Roosevelt, who wrote blm the follow ing letter: My Dear Governor I am greatly con cerned over the anti-Japanese bills which are apparently going through or are on their way through the California legisla ture. They are In every sense most un fortunate. At last we have In first class working order the arrangement which with such difficulty we succeeded In getting through two years ago. The Japanese government Is obviously acting In entire good faith. During the tlx months ending Oct. 31 last the t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 January 1909

THE CITIZEN. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AKD FRIDAY BY tub crnzEH ruBi.isiiraa company. Kntercd as second-class matter, at the post ofllco. Honesdale, I'a. C. B. HARDKNIIEHflH, - - PRESIDENT w. vr. wood. - - manager and skcy directors: 0. If. DORFI.IKOER. M. B. ALLElf. MBNRY WILKO.f. E. B. 1IARDEICBERQII W. W. WOOD. SUBSCRIPTION : J1.50 a year, m advance FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1009. Fares Here And Abroad. Mr. Bryan could have told us that on his trip from Liverpool, to London, a distance of 200 miles, his fare, including 150 pounds of baggage, was $5.50, while the fare from Boston to Albany, 201 miles, is $3.80. He conld have found by inquiry that the engineers who pulled the train from Liverpool to London were paid $2, while the men who run the engines from Bos ton to Albany receive $7.60 for substan tially the same mileage. If Mr. Bryan made the trip from Lon don to Edinburgh, a distance of 400 miles, ho paid $13.02 for his ticket. If he had felt interest enough in the matter to sugges...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 January 1909

CENT A WORD COLUMN FOR. SALE. A Sawmill and Turbine Wheel., complete: also Gristmill and Tur lilno Wheel. Hoover Lumber Co., Wllkes Harro, Pa. 7M LOBT.-Bctween upper bridge and lower end of town, a blue check horse blanket. Finder will leave same at Hotel Wayne. . I AM CLOSING OUT fancy pictures at re duced prices to make room for repairs, (let your pick before the best are gone at llldec way's Studio. t2 I HAVE mouldings to frame any sire or stylo of picture cheap or dear-at Kldee way's Studio. 6t2 Hnw U tho limn thnt nprnthlp neoDlc. who wish to set the very best work done In the photographic line, after the holiday rush is ever, will can ai uiageways oiuuiu. (it2 LOST-An Overcoat and a Pair of Woollen Wloves between Nicholas Bonn's and Sccend Class Factory Pond. Kindly leave at CmzKN Orrici. AMOS WARD. Auctioneer. Ready to ac commodate all comers. Bethany, Pa. 4ell0 FARM of 182 acres for sale. Good house, a barn that will accommodate 40 cows. Shorses and 100 tons of hay. Farm wel...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 January 1909

GAME CENSUS MOVE, Audubon Society's Plan to Ascer tain Amount Hunters Kill, SPORTSMEN ARE INTERESTED Purpose la to Find Out How Fas! Birds and Animal Are Being Er terminated Attempt to Bo Made e All Legislatures to Get Lawe Per mitting a Count. To measnre the contents of Uncle Barn's game bag during the new yea! Is the object of a concerted effort Id which sportsmen from every section ol the United States and the National As sociation of Audubon Societies 'u N'en York city are Joining bands. It Is pro posed that detailed records of eacb day's shoot bo secured from every true sportsman and required by law ol every one else In all states where tb Audubon and sporting Interests can obtain the necessary legislation. Un less the annual Inroads upon the rap Idly decreasing game of America ar thus determined, so the leaders of the new movement declared the other day, shooting bb a healthful recreation will soon be killed In almost every region of the continent. That the health, crops and w...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 January 1909

State Library JolilfM tit Seml-Wcekly Founded i Wayne County Organ of the 1908 Weekly Founded, 1844 REPUBLICAN PARTY 66th YEAR. HONESDALB, WAYNE CO., PA, "WEDNESDAY JANUARY 27, 1909. NO. 8 BLAME ON FLORIDA Republic's Captain Says Italian Steered Wrong. iPRAISE FOR WOMEN PASSENGERS They Never Lost Their Heads Is the Most Trying Situations and Acted Like Heroines, He Declares. New York. Jan. 20. Captain Sealby of the White Star steamer Republic, who was rescued from drowning after be bad leaped from bis sinking sblp south of Nantucket, declared today that the Itnllin Lloyd liner Florida was to blame for the loss of the Re public and her cargo and for the loss of the baggage of her passengers. "The Itnlian steered wrong." said Captain Sealby, "and struck the Re public amidships. Something went wrong with the Florida's steering wheel. A quartermaster had the wheel when the commander yelled for it to be jammed to starboard. He put it to port instead, and the Florida crashed into us." Ano...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 January 1909

Earthquake Relief Work. Hie Fate ol Consul Cheney at Messina. The Duko of Aosta and His Gallant Conduct The Rock of Scylla and Its Classic Tame. THE American consul nt Mes sina, Dr. Ar thur S. Cheney, wlw Is supposed to hare uiet a tragic fate when the city was overwhelmed 1-y earthquake, served for two years and a half at Kelclicnborg, Bohemia, hefore hN appointment to Mes- ABTiiun a. ciienev slim. It was In Bo Courtesy Harper's hernia that he met Weekly. mh wifc. who al-o perished. The consulate was entirely destroyed, and an soon as rescue work could be begun search was at once made In tin- ruins of the building fur the bod I eM of the consul and members of hlti family. A large force of men was employed fur a time In this work. The body of a man who lived on the third Hoot- above Sir. and Mrs. Cheney In the consulate building was taken out from the ruins. Stuart K. I.upion of the Amcricau consular corps is to stay In Messina In charge of the new consulate. A de tail of bluejacket...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 January 1909

J. A BRILLIANT MATCH. The Marriage of Beatrice Mills and the Earl of Granard. The latest International match to at tract general attention Is thai of Miss Bcatrlco Mills, daughter of Ogden Mills and granddaughter of the New York multimillionaire philanthropist, D. O. Mills, to the Earl of Granard. Tho bride being a Protestant and the groom a Roman Catholic, a special dis pensation from the authorities of the latter church was obtained for tho cer emony, which was performed on Jan. 14. When tho British lord and his fian cee went to the New York city hall to obtain a license for tho marriage he signed his namo In bold letters as "Granard" and at the top of the affi davit styled himself as the Earl of Granard. He said his full name was Bernard Arthur Williams Patrick Hastings Forbes, earl of Grnnnrd, and he gave his age as thirty-four years. His home, he said, was the Castle Forbes. Ncwtownforks, Ireland, and his occupation "master of the horse to his majesty King Edward VII." In the a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 January 1909

THE CITIZEN. rUBUSIIED BVKRY WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY BY THE CITIZEN rPBLtSntKQ COMPAWY. Kntercd as second-class matter, at the post olllce, Honcsdalc, Pa. K. II. HAKDKNBKltOH, - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AND SECY DIRECTOBS: o. n. DonrLtnoEB. m. b. allen. BEKBY WILSON. B. B. I1ARDKNBKRQII. W. W. WOOD. SUBSCUIPTION: S1.S0 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1009. OLD HOME WEEK. Shall Honcsdalc Have One? A Sensible Suggestion from a For mer Townsman. The following extract from a letter written by a nativcHoneedaler, who has for many years been engaged in busi ness in Buffalo, N. Y., contains 'a sensi ble suggestion which we think will com mend itself to our townspeople general ly. These "home coming" weeks have been tried in many towns, as we note in our exchanges, and always with great success. Doubtless the reunion would include a banquet, with reminiscent af ter dinner experiences, a feature similar to the annual gathering of the Wayne County Pennsylvania Society of New Y...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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