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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 November 1908

3J Stole Ctffcett jtfoaeiaeie. sScm I-Weekly Founded M Wayne County Organ 1908 of the Weekly Founded, 1844 REPUBLICAN PARTY 65th YEAR. HONE SD ALB, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1908. NO. 36 mm c eki OVERAWED Troops Arrive After Death of Dowager Empress. tWO SOVEREIGNS LIE INSTATE 'Disorders Are Expected and Armed Force Is Sent on Special Sum mons toGuard the For eign Legations. "Peking. Nov. 10. Following the I deaths of Dowager Empress Tsl Hsl An nnd Emperor Kuaug Su, Prluce Pu Yl, aged three years, was pro- Icjalmcd emperor today. The bodies or botli sovereigns are llylng In state In the death chamber. Prluee Chun, father of the Infant I emperor, is declared regent. It Is offl- I dally stated that Pu Yl becomes era leror In accordance with a promise made by the dowager empress soon latter the marriage of Prince Chun in 1 1003. Troops are In readiness to quell any I disorders, and the probability of up risings is very great. Two divisions of troops are sta- Itloned in va...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 November 1908

THE CITIZEN. PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY AKD FBIDAT 8T THE CITIZEN PUBUSIilKa COMPANY. Entered as second-class matter, at tbepost ollice, Hunesdale, Pa. SUBSCRIPTION: II JO A YEA It. IN ADVANCE E. B. llARDEXUEIHW. - - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAOEK AND SECY DinECTOBS: c. ii. DonruNorn. m. d. allen. nENRY WILSUN. E. 11. HARDKXBEBOn. W, W, WOOD. Mr. Takt'8 popular plurality was over 1,000,000 votes. The next Pennsylvania Legislature will be strongly Republican. The Senate will have 29 Republicans and 11 Democrats. The House will have 170 Republicans and 31 Democrats. The Pennsylvania delegation in the next Congress will stand 27 Republicans and 5 Democrats. The present repre sentation is 25 Republicans and 7 Demo crats. The next Legislature in Pennsylvania will stand on joint ballot 233 Republicans and 34 Democrats. The Senate will stand 29 Republican and 11 Democratic, and and the House 176 Republican and 31 Democratic. The Secretary of Agriculture at Wash ington has issued a quaran...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 November 1908

FOR SALE A kitchen store, cheap, at 315 Thirteenth St. 36 AMBITIOUS young men and ladles should learn Telegraphy: for. since the new 8-hour law became effective there Is a shortage of many thousand telegraphers. Positions nay from (50 to $70 per month to beginners. The National Telegraph Institute of Philadel phia. Pa., and five other cities Is operated un der supervision of It. It. officials, and all stu dents are placed when qualified. Wrltethcra for particulars, 36t2 WAKTED-Compctent Bookkeeper. Apply mornings between KO0 and 10:30., National Elevator & Machine Co. -IM2 THE S. P. C. A. will hold a Food Sale at the City Hall. Friday. Nov. 20th. from Jto 5. Cake, Kolls, Cabbage Salad, etc. 36tl THE WHATSOEVER Circle of the M. h. Church will hold Its annual fa r and supper Thursday afternoon and evening, December 3rd. Fancy articles, dolls, aprons and home made candy will be for sale. Supper first table at &30. Tickets, 35 cents. 36t5 LOST-Kither on upper Main or East st rcc...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 November 1908

The Popularity Of Pushball. (t Is Coming In Vogue as a Substitute at Some Colleges Tor tho Cane Rush. Excitement of the Contest. FOOTBALL Is not the only diver sion of students that the col leges nro trying to reform. An other recreation or sport or custom, or whatever It may bo termed Is the cane rush or spree, which has been handed down from one genera tion of students to another as a tradi tion to be upheld at nil costs, decrees of faculties or other powers to the contrary notwithstanding. The cane rush Is not usually ns bad as it is painted. Tho degree of roughness which It assumes depends n good deal on the Institution where It Is In vogue and the number of students participat ing, the rules observed or not observed, etc.,. Usually It is the custom of the upper class men to dwell on tho dan gerous character of the encounter In order to Inspire tho freshmen with more or less terror nnd give them a chance to show of what kind of stud they are made. Many n mamma's boy has lost his...

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 November 1908

Uttt Library JuljlDOfl itiiett cScml-Weekly Founded i Wayne County Organ 1908 of the Weekly Founded, 1844 $ REPUBLICAN PARTY 65th YEAR. HONESDALB, WAYNE CO., PA., ERIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1908. NO. 37 Ik BRYAN HAY RUN AGAIN. Bay Ha Won't Decide Until Tims Comes to Act. Ban Antonio, Tex., Nov. 18. In an swer to the direct question "Will you run for the presidency again If condi tions arise to warrant It?" William J. Bryan said: "My friends do not require me to prejudge the future. I shall continue to write and speak In defense of things which I believe to be good for th; American people. I hope It may never become necessary to run for office again, but I will not attempt to decide that question until the time conies to act. I do not see any necessity to say more on the subject. "I am not at all discouraged as to the future of the Democratic party. There must be a Democratic party In every country, and I want our party to, be Democratic, and I have no doubt that the country will see the n...

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 November 1908

THE CITIZEN. rUDtlSHKD EVERY WEDNEBDAT AND FRIDAY BY THE CITIZEN rOBLIBHINO COMPANY. Entered as second-olnss matter, nt the post olllcc, Honesdalo, l'a. SUIlSCniPTION: 11.50 a year, in advance E. 11. HAKDENUKUOH. - - PUESinENT W. W. WOOD, - - MANAGER AND SECY directors: c. it. dorflinc1er. m. b. ai.i.en. henry w1lhox. e. b. 1iai1denberoii. W. W. WOOD. Bryan nnd the Hernld. The Herald continues to plunge through a bog of misstatement and a fog of mis understanding, in a despairing effort to save the face of Bryan and the DemoC' racy. The points which it thuB develops, so far as they require further notice, are the following : REPUBLICAN CREDIT TO BltYAN. Says the Herald : "There is scarcely a Republican news paper published in this country within the last two weeks that has not praised Mr. Bryan for his principles." If any Republican newspaper has "praised Mr. Bryan for his principles," it would naturally be supposed that our neighbor would seize, the opportunity to republish this pr...

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 November 1908

FOIl SALE A kitchen stove, cheap, nt 315 Thirteenth St. 30 I FORBID nil persons to remove hay from ,he estate ot Clifford L. Chapman. UKO. A. CHAPMAN, Administrator. FOR SALE Lot and bulldlnc located nt 1129 Main street. Enquire- or write C. h. Olbbs, Ilonesdale. l'a. 37tf THEODORE LI8KEN. practical upholster er and cabinet maker, 630 Main street. All kinds of furniture repaired and upholstered In n workmanship manner, Jit.i THE WHATSOEVER Circle of the M. E. Church Will hold Its annual fair and supper Thursday afternoon and evening, December 3rd. Fancy articles, dolls, aprons and home made candy will be for sale. Supper first tabloatfi:30. Tickets, 35 cents. J0t5 FOR RENT. Three basement rooms. Call at 1234 Spring street. 31tt LOST. A small silver watch, presumably nn Uii,nnn(h HI ThnfltlHpr Will rPCCIVCn liberal reward on return of same to The Crr- I7.KK nmce. SORRENTO, FLORIDA, a tuini liar nllrl healthful winter resort. For best .nouses, rooms nnd particulars, art, as above. add...

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 November 1908

VANDERBILT CUP WINNER. George Robertcon'a Luck In Escaping Harm on His Fast Ride. When George Robertson lu his loco mobile passed the line as the winner of the Vnnderbllt cup at tho great race over the now Long Island motor park way It wns'the flrst tlmo In tho history of tho trophy that an American car piloted by an American driver had won It. To make tho victory still more complete, the victory scored by Robert son was won In tho fastest average tlmo and after tho closest finish In the records of Vanderbllt cup races. Rob ertson also had tho distinction of scor ing the fastest lap of tho day. Most remarkable of nil was the fact that he won after a mishap which caused his car to leave tho course In tho last lap. Tho delay occasioned was only two minutes, and Ilobertson did not lose his nerve, but got back on the track and sped away toward tho finish at the same breakneck Bpced as before. Robertson, whose tlmo averaged 04.3 miles an hour, flew over tho 258.00 miles in 4 hours 48 sec...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 November 1908

mint. at Wayne County Organ js Semi- Weekly Founded i I 1908 of the 1 REPUBLICAN PARTY I Weekly Founded, 1844 if. .. . ........... ......-.-...-i. IeONESDALB, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNEAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1908. NO. 38 65th YEAR. S mm CRASH. 500 Lives In Peril In Gol lision In New York Bay. TOT DESERT CUT DOWN. Fifteen Men and Women Injured In Stampede to Reach Decks of the Admiral Dewey That Caused the Disaster. New York, Nov23.-Flfteen persons were Injured and the lives of more than r00 others were Imperiled .when the fruit steamer Admiral Dewey, In ward bound from Jamalcn, crashed Into the steamer Mount Desert, out ward hound from Bay Ridge for the fishing banks. The Admiral Dewey, coming sud denly out of n fog bank, struck the Mount Desert amidships, opening a gash in the Mount Desert that extend ed from the upper deck to the water's There were 450 passengers, im hidlng twenty women nnd six children, on the Mount Desert, and the Admiral Dewey carried forty-live passengers, nearly nil of ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 November 1908

Matters of General Interest. A Different Form of Ballot Needed Postmasters and Schools Why Deer Hunters Mast Kill Ducks Only The Future of Anthracite. A demand for nnotlicr change in the form of the ballot In Pennsylvania is be coming strong. It is claimed that prob ably 20,000 voters in Allegheny county, at the last election, placed an "X" in the square af the top of the column con taining the names of the Presidential electors, and believed that they were casting a vote for every candidate of the. party of their choice. Instead they voted only for the Presidential electors, and candidates for all other offices suffered. Probably the vote of the entire State was affected in the same wav. Here in Wayne county, where there -nna a very vigorous canvass mndc by local candi date:,, but ;:'?15 comparative interest was taken in the Presidential ticket, 'it being regarded as a foregone conclusion that the State would go overwhelmingly Re publicau anyway. It is certain, there fore, that 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. — 25 November 1908

Thanksg iving In ity and Gountry. NEW SHERIDAN STATUE. Unveiling of Heroic Equestrian- Me morial In Washington Nov. 25. The unveiling of nu eauestrlaii statue 'of General Philip II. Sheridan In i Washington on Nov. 25 Is nn occasion of notable patriotic interest und marks Urban and Rural Palace and Cottage Arc i tim successful culmination of a move- One About the Savory Turkey and the Luscious Pump kin Pie. TtlE day on which we express our gratitude not by fasting, but by feasting, and when our Incense ascends not from an altar, but from a savory platter of steaming turkey, Is observed In the; great cities much ns It Is In the coun try. Thanksgiving is so thoroughly an American liollday that It wipes out uch artificial lines as those dividing urban from rural and makes all cf Undo Sam's large and growing family one people. What are outward circum stances, the presence or absence of a few houses or a few dollars, more or less, before a universal sentiment that Oils a nation? The Lord...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 November 1908

THE CITIZEN. TtTllWfiHKD "EVERY TKKTIXESTIAY KX7) TTtniAYHY the cctiot.' mn.iRirrNO cowr act. Lcal MaH Rtes. 84dsfr Fot Years Carrying Srficft- Distances, nta, c ca ul c Time and Present Oom lctisaUoa WboWnls a Job Under Uncle Sam? Entered as second-class mutter, at ttiepnst oflifc, Hom-sAule. Va. Ithe farview hospital.1 Latest AvUieatlc InTernattoa Con- ' cenal Uc New Stale Ba3iAtis ' on Uic Mosc Work SaU- The construction wtiTk 'on the mew K. 15.11 ABlinNBEItWl. - - TKESIPEXT W. W. WOOT, - - !AKA(?EnAXDKC"Y Tirnncroas : C. ll.TltlKFl.TNtiKn. hkniiy wri.otrv. M. II. Al.I.EV. F..H. !lmlKNKKl:!l. W. w. UOOII. A Southern "Casn Belli." V Postmaster OcntTAl "George V, L. Meyer is pnparing to award sontras fit'BSCTiirTIOX; VUiO a tp.au. rs mivaspe Jot canying the United States mail over Stat Hospital f ot Criminal Insane, now tlie so-caried star-Toutes an various being ncti'd at Farvaew, as progresssng sections of the Fnited States. The pn- .comparatively favorably. As 3s Tmown . sent co...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 November 1908

Thanksgiving Sale CyOOOy&OOOS&iiB Factory No. 2 of the Hawley Ghun . The Bostoman ladies' Orchestra -Miss Carmine I.. Petersen, President CUT 1 UTAnn PA! HUM SI Co-has resume! work with a fall force, and Mart King, Header, is announced of Ihe Honesdale. Improvement Society, I .hill A WllKl) LtlLUMri after beinz idle since the first of July, for Slonday, Dec. 7th, at the Lyric has hecn made a member of the eland-. 5 TSf'ilicinf thPfSrteri:.n church 1 iieaur. xuus f miixii euui)iii urou , luovuiuiuiua: vu uu ui uk aaic im- a uoou uunce m ctica an dccrpiaoic ina iseiui uitt at a Eating in pns ::riei?!r&X-tnit-2VZf m l-caiiejniinei re.;jyien..nciiui;ii ...... .... , .s -. - . . . , i .1 na iDirnuacuon ki uunirswuv ikviih: as rniiuu ui lniiwiiiHiua nuaira. ACRES FAItM-t-ori bai!diur-t.ir barrHs ti North Carolina. filled with -m'i - -". - jir. ana jirs. tuson ii. uianain, oil MU S?J? jrrrxiflT-FiL lUwi?v r2! clothing, show, etc.. Lr destitute colored race in this town on sever...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 November 1908

i An Earnest Trif ler In Gotham. d -t it., ii. ck.i.1 n. i .Au ncnauaonvc ui wc iiuisc oiiun lira iuu and the Jersey Cow The "Tickler." IFtom Our New York Correspondent,! IME was when jhady bypath. Between the concus- tlie Horse Show. i0n and tho fright the valuable nnl- wlih a capital II mal was rendered temporarily lndls- and S In those posed, and her sordid owner sued the days, was one of doctor for damages and " got them, the chief social Even that did not put the brake on splurges of tho madam's activity. She kept on wheel metropolis. Then -Ing until the fad began to decline, a ghastly lapse. Then she resumed her rather beconi- The horse show Ing negligee nnd her couch, of last year was not even a re spectable ghost of Its former self. The Garden was there, ctvernous and uubcautiful, as usual. There were horses, troops of them, Even the crowd was present, ns bizarre almost as the orange aud black hung audi- torlutn. But where was the smart set, nnd especially where were the Fou...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 November 1908

WOMAN AND FASHION An Original Coat 8ult. Braid and buttons arc so much used this winter that designers arc eager to get new methods of applying tlicm. This coat suit shows one of the best ways. The material Is rough blue di agonal serge. The skirt Is short, (he coat of medium length. The braid li IN ItOCOn BLUE SEIiOB. put on the skirt lu rows around the back, ending at sides with large, flat braid buttons. The coat has the binds of braid around tho back formed Into latticework in front by bands of braid running from shoulder nearly to hem. The skirt Is high walsted, with lapels over the shoulders, so It may be worn without the coat. It is trimmed front and back with bands of braid ending in buttons. The hat is n wide sailor of blue satlu trimmed with buff colored osprcy. Buff Evening Gown. As n rival of white this season for handsome evening gowns there is a I I pale shade of buff which Is exceedingly j Tow Jt-'iikins wants to return to the attractive. It comes In chiffon cloth, 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. — 25 November 1908

A Fatal Foil. The report which reached Honesdnlu on Thursday last, after The Citizen ' had gone to press, that Kobert W. Pat terson, of Madison Avenue, Scranton, had been clubbed to death by unknown parties was entirely untrue as to the as tiault, his death resulting from n fall. His injury was caused by his toppling backward down a flight of stairs into the cellar of the ollice of the Hower & Stender Lumber Co., where he was em ployed as a loreman. He went to the oflice early on the pre vious Thursday morning after having been in attendance at a lodge meeting, and was passing up theback stops when he lost his foothold and fell backward to the cellar floor. The lloor is concrete and his skull wan fractured when he (truck it. He regained consciousness, however, and walked to his home, a short distance away. After complain ing to his wife of severe pains in his head, he lay down on a couch, and it was thought that he would soon be all right as a scalp wound appeared to be tta' wor...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 November 1908
Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 November 1908

LADIES' T GENTS' FURS, UMBRELLAS, MUFFS, HANDKERCHIEFS SCARFS, PURSES, HATS, UNDERWEAR, and and COATS. BATH ROBES. Memier & Co. 3fme THoliba Specialties CHILD'S 1 INFANTS' FUR SETS, LONG CLOAKS, DRESSES, BEAR COATS, GLOVES., CAPS & HATS, HOSIERY DRESSES and and DRESS GOODS. UNDERWEAR. 1 11 .1 4 "Rubber 9 Into it ! THIS is a deep subject, the question of healthKeep your feet dryl Don't try to save on RUBBERS; it's the most expensive economy in the world. The only question is what kind of RUBBERS to get. We sell "GOLD SEAL" RUB BERS I We sell them because they are the BEST. We have in stock a full line from a lady's overshoe to a man's boot. ALSO Womtn'i warm lined Shoes, Sllpperf, Overgalters, Lcgglnfi and Lamb'a.YVool bole, etc. City Shoe Store ! C. RGESCHLAU, Honesdale, Pa. ; DON'T i FORGET THE SIDE- BOARD 1 N Making arrangements for the TURKEY DINNER on Thanks giving Day, the very best of Wines Liquors and Cordials are essential. Paul McGranaghan, Corner of Main and Sixth ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 November 1908

Lager Beer Ale and Porter. ON DRAUGHT AT LEADING HOTELS AND RE Purity, Flaturity, Quality. STAU RANTS; JOHN KUHBACH, Manager. $1,000,000.00 timiai . awann ,1 and Lam m Consolidated mortgage 5 per cent. GOLD B Dated April 1, 1908Due April, 1958. able April and October. COLONIAL Philadelphia, Trustee. COUPON in Form with Privilege of Registration. Bonds are Subject to Call after April 1, 1913, at 100 and interest., DENOMINATIONS, $100, $500 and $1000. COMPANY OWNS, in fee simple 22,500 acres of COAL LAND conservatively estimated to contain 300,000,000 tons of minable coal Situated Nichols and Clay Counties, West Virginia, on a branch of the Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad ; also the Kanawha & West Virginia R. R. Further Particulars Address WSS:B-Im 1 UiUAU laiLltUiaiJ aUU1WO W. W.WOOD, Honesdale, Pa., Local Representative.

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 November 1908

CRANTON LIFE INSURANCE ttk The ISSUES v The The BEST "Old $ Co'y Line" POLICIES for Qq For Business Men. YOU. Fully Paid Up Capital of $300,000.00 The Capital of the SCRANTON LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY will be increased to One Million Dollars, and policy holders may also become stockholders, if they see fit, under conditions that practically entail no outlay on their part. A safer, sounder or better form of investment is impossible, and the policies is sued by this company are broader and more liberal in their terms than any others now on Jhe market. Of Course, you Prefer a Home Company DIRECTORS SKTHT.MTOHMICK. WllltnmiMrl- .ttnnicy-at.I.nv,llrcetorSus-unchanna. Hlnomslmrs A Itenvick It. It. Co., DlreetorJcrscy Shore Water Co's. Director American Wood Wnrkluc Machinery Co., Director Willianisport ,v North Ilranch It. It. Co.. Director Pitts . hurt'. Westmoreland A- Sonier.-et It. It. Co. Hit. A. .1. CONNEIX.i:Scranton-Medleal Director of Scranton i.nc insurance Co., I'reiident .Norther...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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