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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 December 1910

WEATHER IXHtECAST: Snow. WEATHER FORECAST: Hnow. tit mHK CITIZEN Is tlio most JL widely road Rcinl-wcekly newspnpcr In Wnyno County. Lustli'r now tlmn nt nny (lino In Its 07 years' history. YES, Dcnr Littio I (Is, there IS n Santa - lis! .THE CITIZEN ways so. If ,youico It In THH CITI5 i? you 'SKIIOW HH SO. 3 1 67th YEAR. HONBSDALB, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1910. 3 NO 97 POWER OF THE PRESS DELIGHTFUL EVENT1 NOMINATION B FRIENDS r "Let The Papers Do lt3" SaSd Mr. Penwarden Some Town Councilmen Attend "Shows" Some Don't "Main Street is Treated As A Joke3" Said Mayor Kuhbach "Stone," Crush ed and Uncrushed-Cost $ 300 To Run Hones dale fln November. MONTHLY MEETING OF TOWN COUNCIL FINDS ALL MEMBERS PRE SENTINTERESTING LETTER ON "ETERNAL ROAD QUESTION" BILLS PAID COMFORTABLE BALANCE IN TREASURY COM PLAINTS, WRITTEN AND VERBAL FORMER PREFERRED-ETCETERA! The regular monthly meeting of the Town Council was held last Thursday evening In Town Hall, with a full attendance, the me...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 December 1910

T1U2 C1T1ZKN, WHDM&UAY, Dlit KMHK1C 7, 111 JO. WITH THE HOME FOLKS WHAT THEY ARE SAYING ANB GOULDSBORO. Special to THE CITIZEN. GoulilBboro, I'a., December C. Lester, the little son of .Mr. and Mrs. Ira Adams, Is critically 111. Tho application of Chester Ilugor Rhodes for registration for admlsr slon to tho bar of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, has been accepted by tho State Uoard of Law examln ors, and his registration ccrtillcato Issued. Ho will be associated with the law llrm of Eilenberger & Huff man, at Stroudsburg. Mr. Huffman is the Senator-elect from the Four teenth Senatorial district, compris ing the counties of Wayne, Carbon, Monroe and Pike. Mr. Hhodes for merly attended tho School of Lack awanna at Scranton, Muhlenberg College, Allentown, and is a gradu ate of Lehigh University, class of 1910. Arthur O'Boylo shot a two hun dred and fifty pound bear last week. Arch Quick also shot one. Horn, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. John Datscl, at Sunnyside, Wednesday, Novemb...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 December 1910

TWE C1TIEITN, WKDNKSKAY, DKCRMntill 7, 1010. Ml J SECT. "Order of 15" Unbalanced Mind of Alexander. WIFE WED HIM TO SAVE HIM. Philadelphia Broker Who Tried to Com mit Suicide Had Studied Teachings of Theosophist Until He Want ed to Die. Philadelphia, Dec. 1.-Frank Ell wood Alexander, the Philadelphia bro ker who tried to kill himself by cut ting his throat In the Hotel Junkerl in Baltimore Monday, was temporarily unbalanced mentally by study of the teaching of the mystic Order of Fif teen, which was fouuded by Dr. b Homer Curtlss, a University of Penn sylvania student, a few years a bo. lie was led Into this sect by his fiancee, Miss Mary Kelly, with whose family he boarded at 5320 Glrard ave nue, this city. Seeing that he was be coming so deeply engrossed lu the mysteries of the theosophlc sect. Miss Kelly tuarrlcd Win Lecretly April 1) tills year with the solo purpose of leading him back to a normal mental state. These are the startling facts that were developed lu Baltimore by Mr...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 December 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, DKClSMlHMt 7, 1010. "1 I IE CITIZEN Semi-Weekly Founded 1008; Weekly 1'ouiiik'il 1811. lift! KVKHT WEDNKHDA Y AND FRIDAY BY IHK I'tTI.KN rVHt.lKIHMtl COMPANY, Kli ls MKtitiil-rliins iiiiittcr. nt the post cillk-c. Ilonegiliile. Til. SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 K. ( IIAKDKNIIHIUJll. IMtKSIDKNT W WOOD. M A.N'AdlCU AND SKO'Y J.M.SMKI.T.KK KDITOK UtllKCTURS: 0. II. DOKFl.tMIKH. M. II. AM.F.JI. UKNIIY MII.HUN. K. II. 1IA111IKNI1KIK1II. w. v. woou. WEDNESDAY, DHCHMUHU 7, HUO. DEPAKTUItE OK MOTH Kit KDDY. Sits. Mary linker Glover Eddy passed out of mortal ken, Saturday night, t tho ripe ngo of ninety years. Her depnrturo marks the passing, from the Unite world Into infinity, of one of tlio greatest women tlio world ever knew. Chris tian Science, dominated ns it is hy n principle, and not hy a personality, seems destined to ho one of the greatest religions forces in human history. Mortal mind can not be gin to grasp the possibilities open to a system, which inculcates the the...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 December 1910

11IK C1TIZ.KN, VI51NKSIaV, llUCHMBKR 7, 1110. -Miss Davis, San Francisco, CENT A WORD COLUMN; FOR SAIjH OH HUNT One-story i i...itji.. o r 1... f?r r inciory UUllulllfc iu io ivui. , .,, - v,nr ,,m ,BO l,,n..n Covered with Century (llro proof ). -'X"""V Z nl , Z I ingles. Now stenm licnting plant. I " " -This (Tuesday) ovonlng, St. I -Itev. AVIlllnm H. Hlllor, Miss Vora Tuman returned to her sneaks on missions In tho M. 13. : John's Lutheran Guild meelB. I iuessrs. J. . u: own nnu uuoi uoogu , numo ui ocriuiion -,ul 1 "r church next Sunday. , Monnor & Co's stores are well i wont to Scranton Tiedfiy to attend n .ovorn cays' .visit with White shine) 200 feet or snarling anil J. motors. Apply tho Hcrheck-Demor Co. tf VOll HHNT- Ing Tho Honesdalo olllco of tho Scranton Truth has moved from tho 7 rooms nnd hath, gas i Sharpstccn store to tho Foster bulld- nnd furnace. GIG Church street. Inqulro nt house. FOR KAIjK Kelly & Stelnmnu brick factory building, Including en gine, boiler...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 December 1910

THK CITIZEN WHDNKSDAY, DKCtiMIIKK 7, 11)10. BE RMUDA o $$ $HS$ The Land of the Lily and the Rose." wen ely CITI frig ladies W J1 0) o EHK3 srei3 m ft art An offer unparaiSeSed in the history of newspapers 3 0) o o s" O o 3 P6 30 3 3 E5p2fl E3ShES i'THE CITiZE N 99 AY T WHO MAY ENTER: PLAN OF CONTEST The territory in which The Citizen circulates will be divided into four districts as de scribed in "The Rules and Regulations." The candidate in each district receiving the highest number of votes will be entitled to this splendid trip. The candidate having the greatest number of votes in the entire contest, after the four tours have been awarded, will also be given a tour. That is, the young lady receiving the highest num ber of votes in the entire contest has the privilege of choosing a companion. A coupon will be printed in each issue, and will entitle the holder to the accompanying votes when properly filled out. Paid in advance subscrip tions will be entitled to votes in proportion ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 December 1910

T1IE CmZKN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMI1KU 7, 1010. CHOICE CULLING! Crazed by Torn Up Streets. For seven or eifiht years past tliej hnve torn up Paris streets until tueli condition hns become a byword in Eu rope. Tbc Tlnce do l'Opcrn is now worse thnn ever. Every dny or twe fresh chasms urc dug and steiun crnncf ply their loads. Tho municipality np pnrently takes delight in flouting pub lie opinion, and at every fresh protcsl n now holo is bored. Tradesmen blocked in their shops by exenvntloiu year nftcr year, are literally going mnd An express from Le Treport-by-the-Soa to Parts wns stopped recently when a passenger pulled tho communication cord. When tho guard cninc ho said "1 am Fnlllercs. I request the lmtnedi ate presence of the minister of public works that ho may report upon the state of the Paris streets. If lie can't clear himself I condemn him to death." On nrrivnl at Taris the poor man sud denly became violent, and a strait Jacket hnd to be put on him before he conld be conveyed to...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 December 1910

THIS, CITIKKH, WKDNKSDAV, DHL'KMIIEH 7, 1010. TAFT'S MESSAGE UP TO CONGRESS President Breaks Record For Length of Document, DEFENDS PAYNE TARIFF ACT. Deals With Panama Canal, Postal Sav ings Bank, Parcels Post and Conser vation Asks For Raise of Judicial j Salaries Recommendation For Fit ting Honor For Peary. Washington, Dec. C The president Bent the following message to congress today: To the Senate and House of Repre sentatives: During the past year the foreign re lations of the United States have cbfi tlnued upon a bnsls of friendship nail good understanding. The year has been notable as wit nessing the pacific settlement of two important International controversies before the permanent court of The II ague. The arbitration of the fisheries dis pute between the United States and Great Britain, which has been the source of nearly continuous diplomatic correspondence slnco the fisheries con tention of lSiS. has given an nward (whlcli Is satisfactory to both parties. Peace Commissio...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 December 1910

WKAT1IHH FORECAST: Bnow. 1&ITHEU FORECAST: Sn THE CITIZEN is tho, most widely roml semi-weekly ncwspnper in Wnyno County. Lustier now than at any time in its 07 years' history. Little Frf . i, Ithrtrn IS n. Mntlfn I' .! M , V . . . -- ' 'yoiiW-.lt In THE GITIZK! hi know It'n no! 67th YEAR HONE SD ALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1910. 2 ,0 98 w WARRANT OUT FOR H. A. ODAY NOW WHILE THE CITIZEN turocn eged Mistreatment ported Altercation In HI Alleges That GH. A. Oday Said Deponent." WARRANT ISSUED BY W. H. HANI, J. P. PROF. ODAY COULD WOT BE FOUND WHEN CONSTA BLE VIANG TRIED TO SERVE WARRANT IT IS SAID PROF. ODAY LEFT HONESDALE HAD NOT RETURNED THIS MORNING COMMUNITY ALL WORKED UPOVER CASE OUT COME AWAITED WITH INTENSE INTEREST EXCITEMENT AT FEVER KEATV For the first time in eighteen' years. Harry A. Oday, Fh.B., super-1 vising principal of the High school since 1902. failed to appear at the $60,000 school building on Church street, Wednesday morning, when the hotr for op...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 December 1910

V ctnwXi fiuday, iihckhiikk o, 1010. NO . Directors Will Continue to Lead Christian Scientists. MRS. EDDY WAS NOT ACTIVE. Business of the Church For Many Years Had Been Out of Her Hands, Says Alfred Farlow, Press Representative. Boston, Dec. C The funeral of Mrs. Sfnry Baker G. Kddy, founder of the Christian Science church, will ho held Thursday morning nt 11 o'clock, ac cording to an announcement made to dny. Leaders In the Christian Science church said that no one would assulne the leadership held by Mrs. Eddy, but that her book, "Science and Health," would be the teacher and guide of tho church. Details of the funeral services will not be made public until Mrs. Eddy's only son, George V. Glover of Lead, S. D., nrrlvcs In Boston, lie Is now on his way, accompanied by two of his three children, Mnry and George. It Is reported that Judge Clifford I Smith, llrst reader of the Mother church. In Boston, will olllciato at the Inst rites at the Chestnut Hill man sion. This preliminary se...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 December 1910

tnm ornmr, kkidat, DKonMnun i, ioio. SBNATOR BRISTOW. Knnsan Hopes For Favorable Raport on Direct Primary. ( Washington, Dec. C Senator Hris tow of Kansas has been making a canvass of members of the senate ju diciary committee and Is hopeful that the committee will report favorably on Ills ponding resolution. It proposes to tho states for ratifica tion a constitutional amendment for the election of senators by popular Tote. CONVICTS CKUELLY TREATED. If a Certain Amount of Work Isn't Done They Are Chained. Torre Haute, Ind., Dec. C Philip K. Iteinbold, the Terre Haute labor lead er, who Is chairman of the committee appointed at the recent meeting of the Indiana Federation of Labor to visit the state prisons, gives an indication of what the report will show regard ing conditions at the Indiana reforma tory at Jeffersonville. "Corporations holding labor con tract's." be said, "set the dally task of convicts so high that it Is practically Impossible for them to get In any ex tra work fo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 December 1910

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1010. THE CITIZEN Keinl-Wcckly Founded 1008; Weekly Founded 181 1. PIJ ..InltKD KVKKY WKDNKBOAT AND FHIDAY 1IT T1IK CITIZKN I'UIII.IHHINO COMI'ANT. Km ftfiins Ki't-oiul-clnss matter, ut the post nlllre, lloncsilalo. l'n. SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 K, It. llAKDKNHKKUll, - PKKSIDKNT W W. WOOD. - M ANAQKK AND SKO'Y J. M. SMKI.TZUK KD1TOH mmx-Tous: C. II. DORFMNOKB. M. D. ALLEN. BKNRT W1LBON. K. R. 1IARDENSERQII. W. W. WOOD. FRIDAY, DKO. , 1010. IX CASE OF FIRE! Ordinance No. 15. Flro Alarm Signals, section 1. Tho steam gong shall bo sounded only at 12 M. noon and In case ot an alarm of Are. For GENERAL ALARM, the gong will sound ONE LONG BLAST ; for flro about TWELFTH STREET nuinrJE ono lone and one short blast at Intervals of ten seconds ; for flro BETWEEN 12TII STREET AND 7TH STREET, ono innc and two short blasts at Inter vals of ten seconds, ; for fire BELOW 7TH, one long and threo short blasts at Intervals of ten sec- fnr flro OUT SIDE OF BOROUGH LIMITS thr...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 December 1910

TIIK CITIZEN, VIM DAY, DECEMBER 0, 1010. GENT A WORD COLUMN! I WILL 1K In HoneBdnlo Dec. 12th at Wayno Hotel. Plnno Tuner Bam. S. Wlnt. U KOK A CIIIMSTMAS PRESENT for your son select ono of our valu able watches; ndd a chnln or fob, and you will mako hlra happy. C. Petersen. 9St2 POIl SALE OK HUNT One-story factory building 125 by 75 feet. Covered with Century (flro proof) shingles. Now steam heating plant. 200 feet of shafting and 2 motors. Apply the Hcrbeck-Domer Co. tf PETERSEN'S .IKWOMlSTOKB will bo open every evening until nfter Christmas. Mako your selec tions now. 9St2 van HEXT 7 rooms and bath, gas and furnace. 61G Church street. , Tyler Hill. Inquire at house. No eveVilng services jvere hold 1 In St. John's Evangelical Lutheran POK SALE Kelly & Stclnrann church, Sunday evening, tho pastor, brick factory building, Including en-, nev. C. C. Miller, being compelled glue, boiler and shafting. Inquire of to leavo on tho 11 o'clock train to J D Robinson GOtf. attend tho funer...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 December 1910

TIKI CrriXKa, KKIDAY, DIJCKMIUJK 9, 1910. GOOD THINGS FOR THE TABLE The Cooking and Serving of tho Winter Apple. FOR SUNDAY NIGHT SUPPER. It's Hard t Invent a Novelty For th Cheese Course, but Here's Ono That Will About Fill the Bill With Little Trouble or Expense. In many homes applo aauco and np ples baked nro tho only ways of porr lag this nbunJant fruit, but thcro aro a number of other styles that will bo found qulta as appetizing. Tho fol lowing recipes aro all tried and trusty ones: Stuffed Applo Compote. Paro a doz en flno largo apples and carefully re- x onscan coonsn. more the coro without breaking the apples. Then fill tho cavities with an orange or peach marmalado and put them into an agato or earthen waro baking dish with a pound of granulat ed sugar, half a cupful of water and a dusting of ground cinnamon or gratod nutmeg. Lot them bako In a mod erately hot oven until they aro tender. Servo hot or cold. Fried Apples. Juicy rather tart ap ples are best for this purpose P...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 December 1910

THK CrnS&KN, FRIDAY, DKOEMHUR 0, 1010. AERONAUTjS LOST Death ki Trip From Munich Across North Sea IS DASHED INTO THE WAVES. When Bag Arose Ifrom Immereion One of the Original Party of Three Was Gone Survivors Were Almost Drowned. Kirkwall, Orkney Islands, Dec. 0. Two members of the Balloon Touring club who left Munich, Germany, Sun day morning lauded here. An easterly Bale carried the balloon across the North eon. Herr Dlstlcr, director of the German Aeronautical Touring club, one of the party, says they lost knowledge of their position In a fog and suddenly heard the sea roaring below them. They descended to try to ascertain their whereabouts and dashed Into the waves, being Immersed. When they arose ngaln they found one of the party, Ilerr Metzgor, missing. The balloon was caused to descend twice, but each time It struck the waves. Everything, oven the anchor, was thrown overboard. Finally the sound of the waves ceased, and the party knew they were over the land. The emergency...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 December 1910

TUB OITIZBi, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1010. WITH THE HOME FOLKS WHAT THEY ARE SAYING ANI BOING DOWN WAYNE WAY" HAWLEY. . Death of Mrs., Ames Ousts Feeling of L, tJloom Over Entire Community . f, "' Alfred Decker, 53 Years hi Kmploy of Erie It. H., Dies. "Special to THE CITIZEN. .'' Hawlcy, Pa., Dec! 8. Much sad ness prevails among our townspeo ple at present. On Friday., morning occurred the death or almost lovable and hlchli esteemed Ionian, Mrs. Melfesa Woodward Ames,, wife of John II. Araes, pioneer iSettlers of ., Hawlcy. Tho. deceased was in poor health for a long period. Sho is ..,.. t.-rwl Uv hnv liitclintirl nnrl Iwn OUl.l.Vll .... .. ..u....... .. -- v. . .. sons, Erasmus, Dunmore, and Homer, of tho mercantile llrm of Welsh & ' AWs of this place; two sisters, Miss Addio Woodward, Adelia, and Mrs. Jacob' Ames, Hnwley; Resides many 4 other relatives and friends who in large numbers assembled at her lata residence on Keystone street, Sun day afternoon, at 2 odock, to pay the...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 December 1910

WEATHER FORECAST: Snow. WEATHER FORECAST: Bnow. XT US, Dcnr Little, THE CITIZEN Is tho most widely rcwl scinl-wcckljr nowspnper lu Wnyno Count-. Lustier now tlinn nt ntiy time in Its (17 years' history. X Hit'ro IS n Hani THE CITIZEN' Miyn you two It In THE CI HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1910. 67th YEAR. Friends, f ClniixS Pnnd If .N, you BERMUDA ISLANDS, 'THE LAND OF THE LILIES," IS IDEAL IN CLIMATE RememberThere Are Only 2 More Days in Which to Se cure One of the 10,000 Vote Ballots Candidates Living Outsideof Honesdale Will be Given Credit for all Coupons Sent! in, if Put in Nearest Postoffiice Before Time of Expiration on Coupon. (II. C. Van Alstyne.) AH aboard for Bermuda! THE CITIZEN'S Bermuda contest Is getting under way and almost all of Wavne county knows by this time of THE CITIZEN'S Great lour of Bermuda contest, and a considerable percentage of the population has bo come actively Interested In it. The interest Is not confined to any par ticular sec...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 December 1910

) THE CITIZI3N, WEDNESDAY, DUO. 14, 1010. RS PRQSPi A'0ala Season. Willie South of the equator Christ inas comes right In the summer time. Johnny Right close to de Court o' Inly. Gee, wot n snapl Fielding at Lisbon. Lisbon contains the grave of Henry Fielding. It was on Oct. 4, 1754, that Fielding died In the Portuguese cap ital, and It was In 1830 that his tomb wns erected In tho English cemetery. And Fielding didn't like Lisbon. "As the bonnes, convents, churches, etc., nre Inrge," be wrote, "and nil built with white stone, they look beautiful at n distance, but ns you approach nearer nnd find them to want every kind of ornament all Idea of beauty vanishes nt once." At that time a voyage to Lisbon was nn undertaking not lightly to be contemplated. It took Fielding exnetly fifty days of foul weather. St. Jnmea' Gazette. Norwegian Wives Half Fnre. Under n now Norwegian rail ay rr -illation, when husband and ar traveling together the wife nt 1 only pay half prlco. Tho Idea u . sluiMy...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 December 1910

TUB CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, DUC. I I, 11)10. A "RAFFLES" CAI Two Men and Woman Rob bers, Fashionably Dressed. LEFT IN AN AUTOMOBILE. Two Residences In New Rochelle Bur glarized by Group Who Said "Good by" to No One When They Came Out the Front Door. Kcw Itochelle, N. Y., Dee. ft. Two n in evening dross nnd n woman, all In fur overcoats, with a largo yel low automobile and a colored chauf feur, robbed the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Halnh D. Murthey of Now Ito belle and aro believed to havo re peated tho trick at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Wallach. In tho Mur they resldcnco $2,000 worth of jewelry was taken. From tho Wallach resi dence tho burglars took clothing and Jewelry valued at $500. Miss Eva Glardon, who lives ojipo iilte the Murthey homo, told the police that sho had scon a handsomo yellow touring car waiting In front of Mr Murthey's house about 8 o'clock and that whllo sho stood on her porch a man and woman In evening dress and fur coats emerged from the front door. As they lo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 December 1910

TnE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 14, 1010. TJ-IE. CITIZEN Bcmi-Wcckly Founded 1008; Weekly Founded JKII. rUKLlBIIKD KVF.r.T WltnftKflDAY AND FMDAT HV TIIK CITIZEN rOnURIIIKOCOMrANY. JCntercd ns spoond-clnss tnnttpr. at tho post otllcc, Honesdnlo. l'n. SUBSCRIPTION J1.G0 K. H. IlAHDKNllKIUlll, - - ntKSIDKNT W. W. WOOD. MAN'AQKU AND SKC'Y J. U.SMUIVrZKU KIHTOll DIRnCTORR! I. II. OORFMNOER. M. R. ALt.KIY. BBHBY WILSON. S. B. IIARDEN1IKR01I. W. W. WOOD. WEDNESDAY, 1)150. 11, 1010. IN CASE OF FIRE I Ordlnanco No. 15. Fire Alarm Signals, section 1. Tho steam gong hall bo sounded only at 12 M. noon and In caso of an nlarra of flro. For GENERAL ALARM, tho gong will ound ONE LONG BLAST : for flro about TWELFTH STREET BRIDGE ono long and ono short Hast at Intervals of ten seconds ; for flro BETWEEN 12TII STREET AND 7TI1 STREET, ono long and two short blasts at Inter vals of ten seconds, ; for Iro BELOW 7TH, one long and throo hort blasts at Intervals of ton sec onds : for flro OUT SIDE OF BOROUGH...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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