The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, December 06, 1900, Page 8, Image 8
THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TlUIRSDAy, DECEMBER 6, 1900. : INDUSTRIAL. ; Work on Erie nnd Wyoming Shops. Under tilt siiporvlHltm oC Hupi-iln-temlunt of CnuMiuullim V, S. linlil win, of New York city, wurlt N jirci Hrt'HsliiB 1 mildly cm the new h!kim of the Kile nnd Wyoniliitf Valley Hnll lomt coinpnny, Which me tieliiB reined In the UiiniiKiie yiinlH. A IiukIiiiiIiik wn nmdu lust .Mini' mi th" bullillims and they are now no far advanced Unit It Is expected they will lie leitdy for occupancy liy Fell. 1. When finished the company will have new erecting niaulilne.hollor nndlilnrk mnltli, car repair, JYuniltiK, palnl hIuipa, roach, oil and cimlne nlmpi. The lmtlclliiRM are licliitr eieetrfd fioni the planw (luiwn by ('oinultlliB nimlneer Cieorse 1 1 III. of 'Ni'W Yoil: clly. Xo wood N being uted In their enn sliiictluu hut n plan of iiichlteutiiio now In these pni'K but iim1 for iniiny yoai In New York itute, hart been adopted. Over the Aleel lnilliewui l li jilaued a coneiete, cement tonl". and the nIiIch of each liulldlng me iiuulc cif like material. Thli ivlideis the sliuc tnies absolutely lire pnmr. 'J'he larscsl uf the nhopi Is located r.ear the pie.seiu plant, and Includes the ereelliiR. niachlne. boiler and MackMiiilth whops. The ( omplete .-.tlliotuie Is Tl leet wide by "10 feet Jnnjr. The erecting .shop Is HO feet wide by alO lontr, and wings extend on either .side of It. The machine Miop, W2I0 l'-et Is mi one Hide ,md on the (ther the boiler .shop and the bl.icksinlth hhop, the lli.sl 60 l'eet wide by I 'JO long and the latter of the same dimensions. The erecting hIhip canles an i nor niou.s travolling eiane. which Is tci )- used In the lifting of gieat weights. This crane l.s nmv lielnjr made In l'itt.s burg. This hIioji will be titty feet In height nnd the others will be twenty leet high. Some distance limn thes. shops are located the car icp.ilr shop, 1 10 leet wide by 200 loins. This building Is div ided inlo three apartments to be wwd lor repairing, painting and it. unlng purposes. The paint nnd f mining whops aie each -10 reet wide bv 200 feet long, and the lepalr Miop Is (,il feet wide by "00 long. Farther on and hltunled on the hill side Is the building wheie the com pany's coaches aie to be stoied. About twenty can be accommodated in this coach-house at once. Its dimensions are GO feet wide by 2.'i long. It is eighteen feet high. t ron columns aie ummI in the Mip poiting of the loofs of these build ings. The plant, where is located the steam boileis, Is stationed near the old buildings, and is 10 l'eet wide by ill feet long. It is twenty feet high, and ndjolnlng it aie six coal bunkers, which are ! feet by twenty long. The engine house adjoins this building. Tt Is a two-story .stiuetuie, 40 leet wide by 00 long, with a total height of -M feet. The oil lioiiM also, is n two-stoiy building. The giound llooi K fill leet wide by 80 long, and 11 feet high, while the second story is 10 feet in heiKlit nnd 20:cS0 in breadth and length. These comiuioe all the buildings now In coin ye of consti notion, but the buck Iramlug shop leumtly built will uKo be utilized as pint of the new plant, by being made a store-house, add also used for 1 raining work. The woik will be begun in the latter pait ol this month ol Installing the niiiclilneiy. The plant will be opeiated by taree batteries of liabeuok & Wll son'a engines, of 400 hoisu-power each. A complete electrical and heating plant will be pill In by the Jliininoie lion and riteU i oinp.ni. Todny'r, D.. L. & W. Bonul. Today's 1), L. and V. lioaid is as lollow--, Wnlue- I ir, IHt WILD CATS i:.bl fi 1 1. in P. Haiku . (I i. in. A. .1. Millnmiill it p. in. It. .1. I.aiUn 'Ihm-dn, I), i, il WILD CAST, i:bl'. I'.'.jO n. m. P. I". Slum. 3 a. in. V. CiNonaugli, with I'. 1) H.oi' men. 4 a. in. 11. Ui'imctt. f. J. in. C!. 'J hernias, with II. T. VYllowV nun. 0 a. m. II. Dolurlv. s a in. W. A. Uirtliolomew, H a. m, M. I'liininj. 10 oil n. in. I". Siiikii-. U.oO n. in. P. W..1I. 1 p. in. A. T. lu'lclimi. !! p. in, .1. Ilurkli ill. H.tj p. in. A. II. J!oi with P. fu uuush's moil. Sl'MMUS. G a. m., cist H. McAllister. I p in., cat J. Jhisior. (. p. in., cast II. (Jilllcjn. 7 p. in., cast from Juiy iik U, l)atf. a, in,, wvsl (3. riounlclkrr. H a. ni., west W. II, .Nichol-, 11 a. in., woit CarrU'ii. 7 p. in., wiM from Ci,MiRa Mil.inc. 7 p. in., writ fiom Cijiikj (JliiU.t. t'ri.Li:ii. 10 a. in. P. K, Stcoi. I'usuras, C a. m. O. llouxcr. 11, .10 a. in. Moian. 7 p. m. M. Muiphy, U p. in. Lamplnir. PASSENGCR UN01Ni:S. 7 a, m. OafTiicy, r 1.0 p. in Stanton, 7 p. in. Migoicin. WII.O CAIS Whsr. I .1, 111. II, Sinllli. l.iu J, in. C, htnt;-K,. f, .1. 111. .1. 1). Jllslilr. I. .i, in, .1. II u In r. 7 a. in. ('. W. Dunn s a, m. T. .1. 'lliomiium, li .i, in. W. lililiy, .lili , ', I i.iiiiiult ' men, 10 a. in, II. BMiin,;, wllli .lolm llilu'inN mm, II ,i. in llJt-uinv, 1J u'llmU noun I), L.iip, wllli (', ll.irlliniiiiii'w' nun. 1 p. in. .1, I'nilillo, wllli s, ( ,iiinij nun, -' p, in, ,1, (I'llir.i. .'I p, in. I. II. Jli Cum. I p. in,-(). Illll. fi p. in. , Udl.nr, 0 p. in. O, II, smi, Minn. IluWiinii Willi mi Tialie will i,u nut int trip with A, li, lliinniit. Ili.lUi'iiuii II, I', IMnluil will mi l.iu wllli ( iimhii lui' O'lltl.i tudiy ,it li n'ilml li"iu, Mat. ill pl.ue if .Inliii II, .linns Pi i. '. Adopts Semi-Monthly Pays. Another of the coal companies has decided to adopt the seiiii-nionthly sys tem of paying the men at Its collleilei,, and It Is now an established fact time on and after January 1, 'JO0, the Penn sylvania Coal company will pay Its men In that manner, Tho company opeiates eleven mines and two waslieiies, and there has liesu pi.ictlenlly a unaiiliiiotiH lenuesi fiom tho employes for the semi-monthly pays. Tho December pny-ioll will W iiuido out tho same as usual, and Hut til st of the now pajs will lake place after the men linve winked llfteen ilns In Januuiy, Ence for Fiesidency, There aie rtimois that tho le-elertlon of President Sainuel (lompers, of tho Ameilcan Federation of L.ubor, will be strongly opposed at the federation's convention, which opens this morning at Louisville. Aluny Jtlchmuiids aie, In the Held as candlditles for tho place, and uniotm them tuny be mentioned President John Mitchell, of tho United Mine Workers' union! Hecretnry and Tieamirer P. J, McCluliu, of the Uiotheihood of Uai IH'iitmR, nnd Juntos Dtincnii, of the Stonecuttt'iH' National union. The two Inst named uiu Hist nnd second vice ptesldenlrt of the federation. During llio last lilghteen ycius.wltli the exception of 'ill-'!), when John Me HHdo was president, Mr. llonipet.'i has been ill the head of the fedeiatlon, and proved n Wise and sagacious leadei, Mitchell ably demonst lilted his eNcetl live niiulltles (liiiliig the recent Htilku, and both of the other candidates are likewise Htiongand uutu men. The lestllt of the election l.s beltur wntehed with Inleiest by lnboilng men nil oer the count! y. Tiolloy-men's ailevnncca. It Is not likely that any gilcMiiiccs will Im laid belore (lelierul Jliinuger Hllllman by the employes of the Sctun luii Ititllway company, until next Wed nesday, al the very earliest. At the meeting held eaily yesteiday morning 111 t'n i pen teit' hall, of the Street Car .Mens' union, which Oignnl.er Freder ick IjUcIipi formed last week, a com nilltee w-as uppoliited to pteii.'ire a list of gtiewtliccs. Tlie.se will be piesenled to the asso elation at the ne.l meeting, which will be held about 2 o'clock Wednesday morning. II the union llnds the gilev anies as set foi th Just and fair the coiniulttee will be Inslitieled to pi seiil them to .Mr. Sllllinan, anil he will be walled upon dining the itltei'iiuon or pel haps later In the week. 'J'he unsutlslnetoiy unangement of the woi king .schedule Is the one partic ular thing which the trolley-men, one mid all, aie opposed to. One ol the oflleei of the union lemaiked to a Tilbune mail last night, in speak lug about the grievances: "We want bet l"r wages lli.in we aie at piesent lc celvlng, but still theie isn't nearly so much complaint legaidiiiK- the salar ies as them is about the schedule, "Why at piesent a man can be sent out on a six-hour run (lining the morning and then be kept mound until midnight when he will get another sis hour inn. These bonis are most un satiblactuiy, and then too, they're longer than we want. "The men aie agieed on the point that $2 pay lor ten hours' woik woulcj be a tuir arrangement, Instead of 2 for twelie hotus, as Is now glen." This nnd That. Illlike Hiotheis, corjlrnc Ioi.n aie do ing a laigo amount of impi element woik for the Erie and "Wyoming1 Val ley Uallioad company. Consldeiable changes aie being made by them at the tracks at Kpiing Hiook. The use of Intoxicating di Inks on the road or anywhere about the pieml'-es of tho Lackawanna company is stilctlv foi bidden, and the new time-table wains the men that anyone known to be in the habit of drinking Intoxicants will not be employed or continued In employment. Kupeiintciident K. T. Dudgeon, of the Lackawanna, yesterday issued an or der from "Huffalo, lelatlve to the lecent bulletin sent out. announcing; that the transler service was to be dKeontinued fit D.insi llle. Yesterday's bulletlnstates that the Sanitoi linn tiansler seiviie Is to be lontlnued by the siinttoilum peo ple, who will ni. ike a fifty cents chai'je for the lound tiip, making the collec tion themselves. NEW PUBLICATION. A Medical Woik of Practical Tam ily Vnlue. The levi-lun of a woik which has been befoie the public for owr loily yeai.. and which has an annual cli eul.iliou ol oci ten million copies In lle il'ttpient languages, is suniewliat lein.ii ..ible. Its M-nciable author here gives the result of hall a leiitinv of pioliissioiial experience in pel foot ing bis system ot medicine. As a tsiilde to those who use his Kpe c'lics and valuable hints as to diet and iinii ol the sick this Manual of 111 pages is admiiably systemized tor ihe in ids of the sick. We "specially notice the unmistnk able piofessional tone which penndes cwery page of 'the book. It is a com pact little volume fitting the vest pocket. It contains a portrait of the author, and the cover N a beautiful half-tone liom an original model, and will be sent liee, postage piepaid, on leiiurst to the Humphiey-.-' Medicine company, comer William and John siieets, New Yoik. CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION WASHINGTON, D. C. Reduced Rates via Pennsylvania Railroad. On account ol tho centennial c de br.ition of the eslabllKluneiit of the seat of go oi anient of the fulled .Suites in the Dlstilet of Columbia, to be held at Washington, P, C De cember 12, ihe Pennsylvania Tiailioad company will sell round-Hip tickets to "Washington Horn all points on Us line at late ol single fme for the round tiip. Tickets will h sold and j;ood going I)"c 11, and will be good routining until Dec. tl, Inclusive. " California Excurfaions. Leaving AVashinglon eveiy Alonday, Weduesclav and Friday nt 10.15 p. in., vlu Pouthein Itallway, Now Tourist hSleopus, personally conducted, go through to Sun Francisco with out change of cars, conductois or poilcis. The route Is tluougli Atlanta, Mont gomery, New Orleans, Houston, .San Antonio, New McnA'o, Ailzumi and Wniilliein faliforiiln. Tho cars aro the veiy latest puttein of Pullmau Touilst Pluepcie, blich-woocl finish, high-back seats, sixteen sections, supplied witli linen, etc, same as sltindmd sleepers, lighted with Pintsch kiis, wide vesti bule, double sash, i oiler cm tains, lavatoiy and smoking mom lor gen tlemen, and two lathing ruonifl for ladles. Tin co and ono.lialf dayn lo JIoxIco and Allzoua, four days to Los AngoliM and live days to Han Fiunclsco, Tho Touii.st far fare 13 less than via any other unite, saving fiom ?J.'i.00 u $::o,00 for the tiip. Chtib, L. Hopkins, HlHtilct Passenger Ageut, rjouthcin Itallway, S2S f'hest nun stieut, I'hlladelplila, Pa,, will Im pleased to-furnish all luforiuutloii, Sciauton Business College, 'ono of the largest business tuiln illg schools In America,' Western Penman, Froi.Q.F.THEEL.RI.D.N.,, DI.( I 'nimif!(Uj, I'll 1 iHUrUHfiifi 4rlt Iiiii r i4i icrw in roie tt let aiiiuiiM i m. rnlVA it, tOSSt I'OCil'OlU I IHVI.UI IJ. IU.III) llMll, rmu eitiu.MiFiiLiripYftr.aicoapntsfiN ac :10STMANIIC 2vcati(iratii(.a lUyUt OII(riiril4hlliriirt I'V i""1!, iitt 1.41X0 Jill"ilt4UlpCfu.lhcitl(,rflt Vi Ct tt lui 4 it III i law. An ill ill Milt llliif n if i IknC41C jMilyotTtrfitaa titclu Uudti HcmMti U. Vim rh t li-oiU(mtll(LII'wbript,uic uutl fi f'ftf t 0 itil I'li'iiliut'iit livIiill, iiluut ffllfl'. .rlif ; MUII TinTTII!nil!TUIIIIITT1ITMTIIfnriTT?UTi 3 fi$ 3 0L V "n 4 1 .IrU T VSi CEYLON BLACK 01 GREEN "Yes, my dear, this tea is dif. fei-eut. I took the hint jjiven last week and nought pure riachinc madc tea." ASK YOUR GROCCR FOR Ceylon Tea ING. OR it only in l,r:nl Park REFRESHING. DELICIOUS. Soltl only in l,r:nl Parki-m. .")()., fiOc. JUiil 70l. I'cp Lb. Electric Lighted Trains CHICAGO & NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY "pill'. North-Western Limited service, C.30 p. in. dally lo bt. Paul and Minneapolis,, cannot ba excelled and offers the best of ever) thing. Any agent will gie j on information about it. Tiuce other liist class tiains fiom Chicago also 9.00 a. m. Daylight Tiain, 10.00 p. ni. Fast Mail and 10. 15 p. m. Night Express. Call on any agent for tickets or addiess 401 Brozduity, tJeiu York C01 Chea't St.,Pli!ladlehfo 368 Waelitmjton St., Boston S01 O.iin St , Bultelo 212 C'Mri St , Ciichijo 435 Vina St.t Cincinnati SOTSn ithJ'MSt , Ptttuburn '34 Superior St . Cejetimf 17Campus farttus, Detroit 2lliiQSt ,East,Toronto,Ont SMEVJ YORK HOTELS. Cor. SKtocntli St inn living Place, NEW YORK. Aiaciuan PE.n. tl S'l pet Uui ami upward. 1 uropc.iii I'Ijii, S! f,J per city niitl upward I 1). USAlMOliD, Pioprictor. - t--- -)- iv-t--t---s--- Fos- HusitieA Men In tho h"Mrt o( thu wholesale dlstilet Tor .))) tin tnlnnl.'1 tvntl? ft, IVniutiiinlrara, b mlnuiLb to Slc'scl Coopc-is BI3 Store. Lnsy of aceess to the area: ury uoocis stores. Tor Sililsec!.' One block from K'nav Cars. olv. lag easy tr.insportailoii to all points of Intel oat. NEW YOJtK. Tor. Ilth ST & UNIVKItSITT PL. Only ono Block from Iiroiuliv.iy Rooms, $l Up. p.'V.i,. f-f-f-- ---t--t--- -f-f-(- WINTER RESORT. ''Tluougli tho Hespeiian Gardens of the West" Runs the Luxurious "SUNSET LIMITED." Tho Fine3t Thing' on Wheels, AND IT TAKES YOU TO THOSE DELIOHTTUL Summer Lnnds ot " California." S-pecial lluouali uann LiiibUtliu of licpini; liiiil iliiiiiin 1.11s I1I lc..u New uik i-uty an unln, 'hn-claj and lliiu.ili.i. umu ctliu cl. ncily wllli the "Min-ct l.iinitccl" at Xlv Orlcam I'm lull IiiIciiiihiiiiIi, 11. o IlliMi.m.d .iin.;i. lota, main and ilmt l.ilili, nKu luwi t riles, t-kipln,' cai Ui'viK and Ilhhiuo iliccl.ul, apjily tu Nmllii 111 I'.uiti, (u., JW s, 'llilul !.tiul, 1'lillacMplili, 1'J. TRIBUNE WANT ADS. BRING QUICK HETUHNS Four Bargeios WmW Mmsw Sensible Holiday Gifts Smoking Jackets, House Robes, Travel ing Cases, Fine Neckwear, Shirts, Hosiery, Underwear, Etc. Highest Grade, Lowest Prices. dlffSmm 412 Spruce Street. Merchaet oniigoMeo It is impossible to get more for your mouey than we give you. Others may offer lower prices but they give you much inferior work. Some give good work, but exhoi-bitaut prices, Our facilities are the best, our work the best and our prices the lowest. 213 Wyoming Ave. lating Stoves, ianges, Furnaces, Oil Stoves, Sis Stoves, Steam a.id ylnco IM Water llUdlillba mSTES 1 FORSYTH, 3J;-H27 PENN AVENUE. Lager Manufacturer. 9f STOCK 438 to 405 N. Ninth Stroot, .PA Teleplion-J Call, 2IW3. Tho Dickson Maiiufactui'ln;' Co. fccrunton nnd WHUevllarra, l' .Maimfuouiruri u.' L0C0A10TIVES, STATIONARY ENGINES Bollei-3, ISolstingunil Pumping .Machinery. Oeneral Office, Scranton, Pa. isi Special Lots Tail 0HV1S, Illll SB OLD PILSMEB Go pairs Meu's Hand-sewed Russet Shoes, three solid leather soles, regular $3.50 Shoes, all sizes, at $2.50; 36 pairs Men's Euamel $3.00 Shoes at $2.00. 48 pairs Indies' Blue Satin Hand-turned Slippers, reg ular price $2.00, to close out at 75c, 1 14S pairs Ladies Fiue Kid, extra heavy hand-sewed soles, hull dog toe, xxgular $3.50 Shoes, at $2,50. All sizes and all widths, MYER TiU! Cliennc.M Shoe Uoim. ;tinollMU)alac Thursday, December 6. For 3 Days 55c the Yd For 3 Days 1.400 yards of Dress Goods to be sold at less than Manufacturer's prices, These are all goods of the present fall season, not an old weave or style in the lot. All couveuiently displayed on Dress Goods Counter. Five Pieces of Camel's Hair Plaids, value $1.00 yard Four Pieces ol Prunella Serges, value $1.25 yard Seven Pieces Kcdl'ern Serges, value 75c yard Eight Pieces of Striped Zebelinc, value $1.00 yard Six Pieces of Mixed Cheviots, value $1.25 yard Five Pieces of Silk and Wool Plaids, value $1.00 yard Pour Pieces of Mixed Suitings, value $1.00 yard A'ine Pieces of Silk and Wool JNovelties,valuc $1.50 yd Forty-eight Pieces, or 1400 Yards,. in vthe lot. All at 55c a yard, in these colors Blues, Browns, Greens, Greys and Garnets. Positively the best bargain in Dress Goods we have offered during 1900. Hurry in Printed French Flannel Flannel in wearing apparel is very much in evidence this Fall and Winter, The comfort and serviceableness of this class of goods were long ago proven by women. On sale today .sixtesu pieces of a very handsome collection of All-Wool Printed Flannels, which include the latest effects in Stripes, Polka Dots, etc. Colors are Black and White, Blues, Lavenders, Reds and Greys. Regular Price 7J cents. Marked for Quick Selling at 60c Yard. CONNOLLY AAAAAAAAAA..AA O0 5 OF SCRANTON ORGANIZED 1872 DEPOSITARY OF THE UNITED STATE3. Capital SSOO.OOO Surplus 500.000 VM. C0NNELL, President. HENRY BELIN. Jr., Vics-Pres. WILLI A Al II. PECK, Caslibr. Special attention Riven to busi ness accounts. Three per cent. in. tcicst pal on Interest deposits. S THE iK POWDER CO. Booms 1 a n (12, t'om'lth BTd'g. ECBANTON, PA. nining and Blasting POWDER Hido at Mooslo and Umn laid Worlti, LAFLIN It RAND POWDBK CO.'S ORANQE GUN POWDER Klcotrlo liuttorlcs. ICIeotrlo KniloJari. oiplodliu blast i, futety Kuii ,i: j Renauno Chemical Co.'s v.xvT!vn of Go od SBioes DAY I DOW ."!)7 Uckuwumm Avciuiis SCRANTON'S SHOPPING OENTER. & WALLACE, ggaBatgggipaTrF4!iJtJBwj..iyijaiii I SSIOT B "The Faultless." Perfect in Mechanical h Consti uction ami Finish. KEPHave Demonstrator Show Its Merits. ("TIIVIE, SAVES LABOR, CARPETS. Williams 3 Carpets. 2DEBSEKZ2S3C a&i&a& tm I'.vj.av - . .i mm ImMwmb&mmMmvM Worn These Game Hoards hove Rules for SO Games including CROKINOLE 3 c!l the CARROW3 GAMES Florey & Brooks, 21 1 wrntn M, llEKSTEN Ibyslclan a ml Surooa 311 Cnrum Sf ::s?tiu .v ui uuiuui w iSA 'itniiu' Uuu Eu,w,nu All scutu oihI flucuic dltiaici o( moil, wo. men unJ ililklun. ClllltiMU .NDKVOUn. HUAIS A.NU WASll.MI IIISlJAsKS A bl'I.C l.M.IV. All clii-in ol llio Liter, KiJmys, llljddir. frUln, llluuU, Nfivts, Uwi:b, I!).;, I ur. Nose, 'lliroal, unl l.uns, Cjliuia. 'lumorj, l'ilej, Itupluie, liiiitu', ItluumalUni, Aillihii, L'ulailli, uuuioiile, l.o-t Munhouil, .Nin-litly Ikiio I'jiu, ull 1'iiu.ile Di.-tJaca, I.hhoiiIiocj. ilf. liuniionhia, Hll'liilis, IIvkI I'uUoii. Iii.il.cre lion uiul j iiuiliiut lul'iu ijIiIIU'imikI !itisry, 1 its, i:piliijt, '1j an4 Sluiuath Wunuj ('A TAKKIIODM;, Slicclllc lot Latauli. llut'j inontli' trialincnt oiilt W UO. 'I rial free la Iftir. riiiMiltaiion unl iviiniiulloii fie" OHHv lioui. Jill unil Snniljy, b 4. in. tu 'J p. m. DR. DEfMSTEINJ M 127 AND 129 WASHINGTON AVENUE Sweeper Perfection We want you to see the most perfect Carpet Sweep- er ever produced, Mefinuity Wyoming Are Wtxll Paper. Draperies. HENRY BELIN, JR.. General Agent lor tlia Wyoming District lor Mining, IlUIIni;, fportln', SmokelCM and th Itepauno Chemical Company's High Explosives. fcality fuif, Capi nc Iliplodera. Iloora iOl Con, null llullillni;. Siraiiton. AMIXCIKS 1IIOS. lOltl) , ntutoi I'ljmouH .WllktsUarri joiiv ii .sunn & son v. :. MU1I.IUAN' caE8praESr vUWiffisl DUPONTS POWOEi. V .'-v A&JtXfif! fc4,V- , t fc -si. tA. 1 At 'or t.fj iJi -,.