The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, May 06, 1901, Page 3, Image 3
raBEr'-" t tfivs rr5 jtuitj I - 3f fig f' 1" -v- - -Tri''''- iT-''ii",ij "Si-! . M . ) .f . v .: fH '. T THE SCJtANTON TJUBUNE-MONDAY, MAY 04 1901. ' ''... ' ' LL '.... 1.. LI mgiL. r:,i;ii jv'u''1BM 'ij2--. 3&M I g&3 i?1 E N r' f-xilB ll 'Jf ;.,CI DR. HAND'S -Contains Uib PHOSPHATED nutriment of CONDENSED awl-eat diet, MILK "" ihmi. liisu rouiriM:HSiiro,,nr.i.,r.. Ice Cream. BEST IN TOWN. OC Per JJC Quart LACKAWANNA DAIRY CO 'J t'lephone Ordtn Prompttr Dll vtrid ;jl.j7 Adams Ayenu Piano Tuning. H. K. ZERBE, 07 l'iicoli avenue Hel loc.il referi'iiii"1. At Retail. ihiiii lemvo iiiniiL attention ti-i .i'M de li r- .iii .ml "I till' 1 llj- fi mil of bc-t i,i'.illl lin ih urn 'I If u-i Sn.illrr i.li- mi ti.uu .111.I f 11 inrj. puipo.ef a -pnullv. II. t iif i'.h iliilii. lor .itlen.lini: 1 1 .Hi.- at Ihi.iI.ii People's Coal Co. Tih phone No. MfiVj. Uifice, Tenth street. Ilic.it.cr hi I ween Oxford and Tenth. PS$?K USiaWl;MlLfflEL ''t-t ': CITY NOTES I 4- PI U I l.ril.(..--.ium.il piw Miine .it the I tin InLf i him li iliii iMnin a o i loeK. M.I. II U 1li:i:il!.--lhe lcmilir limutlily ad il.ii mi pill ;; "I ll't' rhii.-liili .mil Mi'Mimiry .illlimi' will he In lit loinnnow, Kev, (.'. I). f.n nil, of t'o.ilpnit, h.i. lici n lnIlril In i.ptik I UIIO.SI.U'S 'M'--t iiioni-i ttiihuts Ii.in lu'in ruiillli'il nt the ilejtli of .luhn lt,k.p."i, .u,'(il :() .m r-, ot !!.'') ('.ipmiM' .i.iim. who h.i l.illd in the nunc-, nil Mlimbi, n inquii will ln hi hi in .1 leu iliiji. HIT MK.II. Mi Laiiuhlin llrniliu-. ..' Vim..), h.iie intiiliiiil .i lot on I..M k.iu unit .iwim,: Iliilii tin' lleiminnl i'-I.Hp fni J7,(ki. It, i mi.. nt (tir InU ouiipii'tl l,j the IniiMin' ,it.iipii,I In Hor inV t lnthiuir Mnip. ihl!h i.i ilctio.iil In tin In I'dinnn. lil..lliM:H HIn lt)IIH.-. -lh,iity llnuy 1 1 tin 1, tnrennn oJ the ituiiity jail's load ii.iiik. li nili ml III-, ic.i(,'n.itioii limu the litter pnilii.n ..iurdj.v .iltri rn-iii to County (.'omn)Uioner John oiui.i- .MoriK I'lilm, It i. ilainml, .iM.i'd im iihicim in w.iki-m tin hi noil: ami till was iluiril him. He leieiuil W and .ln'm-d '2 M. lll Miuosor h.!-, rot id liicu nppnhitiil. Clii:il CONCDUT. A hjiiiI i mien I nill be kimmi in fiiiprney lull l'lidaj m iltU werk, un der the aipiies ol the Leinl-all.inil .MImoii i iiiu of the tiieeii lliilne l're-l) triiin ilnuili, Tho'i' Mhn will t.it.1- oil .no Ml--. Iinroiliy John. Mdie, liiipMe; Mi .In i i i t'lipp -Mien, violin. iti Mi-H Conleli.i We.st rminni, -u,iiii,u; Ml-.-, f harlntln I,. Ill.u l.in.in, plaiiM, .irnl Mi. 'I urn tiipp,'!. tenor. A F.lIK'rt tl.i;.HIN'(J. 'flie ' udeii.' .iti..ni li.nl. report clc-.ii In-jr-. lor the Sujulou I'Unliu House jksoelation, weil. inilinj; .M.u I. 'i, n follow,,: Moiuhv, ie.",:i,l.aij Tm-iliy, ''i.J, 'M.21; Wiclnevljy, S!1!,7-2',(L", TIiiumIh", -.'n.. T'O.S.1; I'riil ir, tJJii.'ii'i.,'jj mIiuiIj.v, inl.ljl ''i. Tutul. i-l,'7i),."i;i7.7., Tliij iVlIuhki'k Im llii inrropiiiidliu vviek or lal yi.u w.re nI.2".',. ft.l.tL". 'I III. ITISM' lllltr S Vlxf.-.-iip.-iiiiiiliileiii ol I .ly Pelheiy Willliiii lloihe fridiy ineivi-il ut li,' poolotllce the lll.-t Niuiple -Mil U.il-H w hi. li tie loe.ll niileis lave nnw pr.ictii.ilh ileihiul In adopt this Miniiiier. U vu I'loni lei hln inn r ltio,. oi Cim liuuli, .mil wa nt hlne ih.iuilu.iy Ins'li.uii. The vv.ii-i did not uiu I with mm In the i.ve.i or lliiw (.iiiiun uhu vinu-d it, .un II is not. likily tint iliU iMilnulir on,' will ho Vopteil. Ol lu r w-lliiph-i .Hi" epeitnl limn ,i nve 'Viuk iU.v tiun. . KAYS CHOKED TO DEATH. He Wns Eating- Suppoi- in n Pioneer City Hotel. Alln'it r. Kitys, a wt-ll ktiuvvii Iiimh' niirf man of UiI.h oily, niul .i pikIJou ilt'ilth ltlKt lllBlll iU I'.llliDllil.lli' by I'hokliiK while iatiim' Jilii miikm- in ,( 1'ionciT City ItntL'l, .Mr, Kny WH in iJiirbuiidBle, luviiiK li'ft lioi'c mi buhl- 11PSS. It iv.m nliont S (lYlnik vaIii'u iiis leailt Ofciinoil, llo wns (.iillm; n plffo of incut, ntld hiultli'iily suvn tr hulf. articuliUc K.tM, I'iiUKht in lii.s throat uilli iino hand anil foil liack into UU mat. Ho rlied a fuw inliiutoH itti' tuni Ills family in tills idty woik limiiu alatftly iiotllled. Tlio ic'iuaiiis will Im luoimlii lii-i today and funeral (iii.iiiKtmiPiiis Im I lien inailf. PerotiMfil was llfi'-lnni; lealdent of tills illy, luting burn flftj' tlx years npo in Nmtli Hcrantoii, Hn lived in that h.-itimi of tlio idly fop inuny yeais, hut more recently dwelt at 915 Pine stU'fit. tir- is Hiirvived h, tils wlfn and ono .on and daiiKlitiT. The la t tor are II. I.. Kny.s and .Mis. fj. H. Kranklin, Tlio fmmer, with his father, maile tlio firm of .. Kays & Son, local agents of tlm I'nltetl Htaten Casualty conumny. Cmouor . J. rtoberts was notllleii of th duaili and laht nlRlit Itivestlsated It. Guernsey Hall, 5U Wasliinston nvc, Scranton. lt tins best and most relUbli placo (o pur fhh!e a good Piano. It will pay you !o tall and get prices anrt terms. J. W. Guernsey, Pron. RELIGIOUS NEWS NOTES. "The Diurnirirr tlranirell-t," W. It, Williams v i nRltatltiit Rnlmt the saloon ) t-ttt rday. He fomliictPil three anll-wloon mcetingi! 10.-10 a, in. 1 Wcl'li C'nri'trea:alloiial rlnirrh, ol.vpti.int1, J.'lo 1 1, in.) t'rp.liylorUti tuition, Dickson Cllyi " . in. 1 WehliCo'umiralloiial churili, Pro-dde-nif. Ml. U'IHIjii.i will -pe'l ciery nlfht thl week In tl.il I'n-byteil.ili inMon at i-rlcihura;. fcnndav, M.iy 12, at H'.-tD a, hi., I'urltaii Conitfo-alluntl rliiitih, I'lCAlil'ii'e: i.i'.U p. m.i CliriUlim rhuicli, t'lmldemcj Mirnlay, May in, lO.Wl n. in,. Ilnnp. I111 Ktrctt McthndUl eluitelit 13.1.1 i. in., t'lly YoihjiS Men' a'oc!.ltloiiS 7..''! , in., First Hip lll cliurih, It'de I'm It. "llii I.iw f I'toporllon In Life" v.i Die loplo rA on Inlere.-'lliii,' sermon iirr.iclivil lavl iibrht. Iiy ItcV. l'r. t, .1. Luh'Idr, ialor nl Hie (Jri'in lllilui- 1'rt'li.vli'tlan iliinrii. In the morn. llii; h niotti' upon "The .Vcd and' V.ilno rl Tijrlilncr In tli C'huii'li." Tln soivlco nl I lie lUllronl Youiik Mtn'j ( ,iitliit sls'cc tatinn iomiis ,vi'.Urtlay ntlciiioon wii' In fh.ni"' fit III v. .1, W, Diliiie.v. A novel li ituio m.h the ii(inogratililr ii'pruductlnn of fniiillur limnw Minr Iiy hi'i'ituI f.unruu rhuir, 11u tuiiilli nl tln 'iloiullrl M'tlw if illuilr.itnl 1'iinuiw uii .ti'lm lluin.iti's "I'llcrlin'it I'lOKre'1 tt,i iHhrieil 1jI iiIrIiI In tin- I'cnn Avenue tUpMl ilmrili Ly IN eliiqucnt inlor, ttov. I)'. It. 1'. V. I'n tii'. 'tin' tuple vji "Vatiiti t'jlr, Mid IhiulitlliK Cwllf." Itov. (!. Ilobolln, Hip iw-lor ) llii t'iivl fief tiun .Mi'llmdlnt KpUo.pil ihuiili In-itoii )ctnnl.iy nmrnlni; Hie llrst f 4 sulcn of frnnoin on the KiiipiiI topi., 'Tlip "IVii Coiiiiiumlinciils In m i.mlnn LIIp " Tlir- sermon .vmlcuhy .i- Liice ly Inliuduptoiy In thp n.itiiip lioiiif? ilmii.illy jii 'vpljiiilion of the divine nriitln f tin' ninr.il l.i'. li i Iti'V, Mr. Ilnlioliti'i llilrntlou lu tJlto lip ,i Mpirnlr rnnun.iuitiiieiil imi.Ii .Sunday and port r. i tin' nci'nil'r of its apliullon In Joi'.il i-omlltlonc. shops Itarttoday. Master Car Builder Cnnfleld Snys Tliey Have Hired a Number of Men. "V liiiM- hlri'd n iiumher of iipw nii'ii anil with these and the hundred a ml font' iiiimi who did not go out on stilki' we will resume work this morn InK. We will run these car shops." .said Muster Car Huthier li. T. Canlleld, of tli llolawaic, Iaekawaniiii and AVeatcrn Itnilroad company, to a Trib une man yesterday morning and thu I'lnplmslH which ho laid upon the "will" showed that he meant exactly what he said. .Saturday noon about five hundred and ilfty of the men employed at the car, pattern, blacksmith and paint shops went out on strike after o com mittee lepresentlnir them had waited upon Mr. Canlleld. The latter declares they submitted no local grievances which they desired adjusted, but meie ly demanded the lelnstatement of an employed at Dover shops named Hicks. The men claim that the latter was discharged Thursday for acting as the reptesontatlves of the Dover men at ii meeting here last Wednesday to dis cuss the nine hour day question. On his return to Dover and discharge the Dover employes struck and at a meeting of the Scranlon men held Fri day night it was decided to follow suit unlet-s Hicks was taken back. Master Car Huilder Canlleld. however, gives a difl'ctent version. Said he yes terday: "flicks was suspended indefinitely for violation of two of the company's rules, one of -which is the taking absence without leave, while the other Is also a very grave offense and which is lived up to very strictly by us. When the men saw me they asked Ills leinstato ment and brought forward no other grievances of any other nature. We do not propose to lot any one man or body of men dictate to us any one point relating to the management of out works. There is nothing in the report that complaints were made by the men to me of Foreman Smith." Mr. Canfield declared that the men at Hnffnlo had not yet gone out and lire difficulties were confined to (be four hundred and fifty men al Dover and those here. The nine hour day demand, which Is one of the grievances of the men under Master Car Builder Canlleld, was formally presented at his oillfo Tliui'Mhiy during his absence from the i It v. The carpenters will meet this after noon at K.conomy hall and will be ad dressed by National Committeeman Dlleher, of the min ivoikcrs. SQUEEZE AT THE SIBLEY. Has Caused Much Damage at the Elliott-McClure Mine. U'oik will bo resumed today al the Sibley colliery ol' the KIllott-MeClure Coal company, at Sibley, after a week's Idleness. . e.ive has occurred al the eolllery. which covers more than an .icie of Miiface and the entile past week has been consumed in strength ening the mine supports, by the pin cess known as "cogging," The i.ave is barely perceptible on the sill face, except fur lissuivs, but a. gieal iiuuutiiv of roof fell lu the mine, a "Miuoezo" having been Imminent for some months. The Hist serious fall oc culted a week ago last Saturday In that p.ut of the workings known as tin- '.Mountain vein." Work was then stoppul, while the supports were Mivnglhened. The icilllery employes between live and six hundred hands. TWO NEW ALDERMEN. One Ruddy Ooes Out and Another Comes In. Kiedi'i'li It Fuller today iciiics from the oiliee of aldeimau of the Sixteenth ward, in be Hticceeded by Michael .r. KiitJdy, one of Sorantnn's most pi util ising young iittmneys, Mr. Fuller has lllleil (his olllie with gteat lldelhy for years. II,. ms taken mill oh in iiio 1 1 out of the first no,,,. m (he Williams building and will tesuuiii tho niai'tlie of law. Aldeiiimn Itiuldy will lake the oillcci vacated by hlh preiiecosMir, Aldumaii John J. Muddy, of ihe Twentieth wind, fellies today, after solving one teun, in im .succeeded hv Frank Iliad.v. Second Legislative Distiict. Nulue i lieinby shen in lit. IIijulilijii voter iif ilni S-iioml li'Hldiiivo dUtilu ori.jikjHjiiiu iiHintv ih a .i rlnuiy cliiiluu will .(. li,-, M MlliM.lv, Vat li, l!l, Jl tho rnollai pollllij; pl-ue., lnhifiii ih'j huiiu ct I jinl 7 u'llmk p, in., fin Hie piiipoe ot elitllnj; Uo dcleiiiK fo iipmil.t Ihe kjiit lusivljthi' illiiiUt in the (c,m. il'S It'puI'lkJii ilite ionveiii,li In be ,u( u Jlilli-I.nru. The lonvi'lition In lOinpuin ilt! 0g vvill be hfhl mi 'fii(djy, .Mjy , ik)1, j jo u'.loil. j. in. In Ihe (null hems) In eranlun. In jiiDidiiue wlili ihe rule saieininir tin illlilit, tie lamliililM will lie nfed lor illin rly I v tho vitu Jt the polls jiuf mu.t feg(er wit'i i.m ilMilil iluhuun hiv mil luuie jnd puti'lti'C jddt",',, anil pay ,U awwiurnt riltten iljyi, knite the elciiion, or hk lume will nol ba pljeeil on Ihe ollmal ballot, ncitlici will any VAti-n i.i-t tor lilni be counted. Tlio illililil vlitllanee loiiuniUec In vjrioui pre. liiielf will ooinluvl Iho elciiion, and Hie result vill be iri-oiteil by Ihe rituiii judVe to the dlj. Uiu lonviiition, willed will beorupoed of juiUi'i of Ihe v.niou. dUlrklj. A written notice lontalnin',- funhir lii.tiucllonj will be mailed lo each number ol ihe. alit dj. (litt vljllj'ivc lommlllee. I'reilrib, W. fleiu, I'lMirman s-cond LesUUtive OItriot. Attvt .Mailer II. pvij, lkcrUjf, VOLUNTEERS ARE DISBANDED ALL ADDlTIONAIi PERMANENT FIREMEN APPOINTED. They Wete Swoin iu on Satuidny, ns Were Also AH the Old Peimaneiit Meu with the Exception of Six, Who Were Dismissed Thirteen Bunk and Call Men Were Ap pointed and Enough Mote to At most Complete the List May Be Secured This Week. Tile volunteer tiro department of thin city has been out of existence slnee t'aturtlny night last. The olltelal order declaring It disbanded will he issued wine time today by Director of Public Safely F. JLi. Hitchcock. On Sntutdny afternoon tho director, accompanied by Recorder Molr and Chief Xl7.clm.inn, made a. tour of the various hose houses and swore In the twenty-two additional men provided for the re-organlzatlon otdlnauce, as well as thirteen of the ninety-four bunk and call men provided for in tho name measure. Twenty-six of the old permanent lit emeu were re-appofnled and sworn In and six wore dismissed. In the place of these latter six now men wete appointed. The following shows the department as It at present stands, the nowly appointed men being nintked "N" and the old men marked "O": THE APFOINTEK.S. Utv An? IIiikIiip iinip.iii.v 1', iiuini nt iiirii, Captain K. L. Moju. o.i II It. II'-' d. .; l. A. llei-mer, 0.; K. J. Jill in., N.; P. It. Selinnnover, N. Call man and enisiin or, (ieonii; Su.vd.iiii; hunk man. Chatli-s While. Cr.ial r.nginc ciiiiipinj I'einianfiit tuni, t'.ip I iln K-ijo Tiee, 0. ; liolint Willard, (.: (.'. F. Trnpp, O. ; lleriiy Illni.-, N.j Hairy illie, X. Call mini and enirimci. (I. A. Connor--. Franklin llncine company I'eirn.inenl men, Captain J. 7t. Kline, 0.; Tlioruas Hutchinson, 0.: Clurlm Kuo'v!"-!. S.: David olllii", .N. Call mill 'and iiijriinrr, 'lliom.i-; Allen. Xefitiine Jnfrine company rcrmaiient men, (Captain M'ni. 1'lekui, O. ; Oharlei Snjvler, .N.; Frid Ilojer, X.; Fred Kappel, .V. Kagle Knelne loinpany Cuptun SI. J. Ituin, O.; Anthony Flannery, X: James Miea, N, llurik men, SI. I fjetrtty, J. J. Sheridan anJ David SklKm.ilil. lleneral I'hinnoy Kntrine lompiny Pnnunent men. Captain Rcnr?. K. llailey, 0.; J. II. Se ward, O.: William .1. Pace, X.; l'icd Lonvr. X. t olumbi.i niemieal company Permanent men. Captain 1,'eorce Meyer. O. ; h, V. Pjrr.i, X ! Klvvin f.evvii, .; Andrew I'lialen, X.: llevetly Chaie, X. Phoenix Chemival tompany IVrmanent mew. Capt.uu Thomas 1. Campbell, O. ; .I.unei W. Geoip', O.; Lincoln S. Tillmm. O.: ithiir E. Spencer. X. Call man, Victor Koch, Jr. lielief Cliemieal company Permanent, men, Captain J.noh Fieis 0.; Loiili S. farber, 0. ; Clurles Ilj.vnor, 0.: Christian Th.iuer, X. Century Ilo-.e company Pi rniauent nun. Cap lain Edn-jnl Kncller, 0.: Charles Wiitli, X.; Fianle Djinbreher, X. William Connell Hoi comp.inv' Permanent rr.rn, Captain Sterlins Simrell, O ; William Wiley, N". Hunk men, John Murray, Walter Sim rell and John .McGr.nv. Call man, David Burke. I.ibeity lloso eonipany IVrmment men, f'ip. tain Val Uirtley. O. ; Lvan Simm-, O. ; Junes .li lies, X. Xiisara lli-e ennpmy Pennanent men, Tap. tain liianl Cutler. O.; Floienie Wilcov, v.: Jieph Maloney, X. " KM-eNior Hiice loinfi.iny Perminrnt men, tap tain Michael .May, t).; SI. J. WaMi, .S. I ill man, -lames May. Cumberland llo-e lomp-iny Pennaiiiiil nun, Captain .lames llopkin-., O.; Sliiliael Cull.ln, V. Hook and Ladder tompany Pennant nt men. Captain Hairy May, ().; John l.incli, O.; Hob ert J. Ainiitrong-, X.-. John .1. Martin. L.vneli vvj traitetcireil figm the l.nrle fngmc (.ouifianv'. TDK MEN DltOPPKD. The six pei'iiiuiicul men who wme dlstnistiCd fium the depurtincnt Avere Adam Stelnhatiser and Thomas t'on lin. of the Hook and Ladder company: John Lovviy, of the Franklins: Will iam T. Lewis and Edward Pethoriek, of the Columbias, and Itany Ilenn. of the Neptunes. Colonel Hitchcock wjiuld not say yestoiiiay Jusl why these men were dismissed. The men designated as eapl.iiti in each company wete appointed by the chief, and are to he held directly re sponsible to him for the maintenance of order tit Hie fire houses, the disci pline of the men at tires and for nil city property iu use at tlio various lire houses. Director Hitchcock was asked yester day why it was that no more hunk and call men were appointed. He replinl that il was partly because some of those -who are to bo appointed wore not on hand on Saturday and partly be. cause a sulllelellt number of applica tions loi- these places have nut been lecelved. "I feel contldenl, however." uid ho. "that within (lie next day or two we will have as many applicants ns wo will need fiom among the applicants for permanent positions, who weie not appointed, Tho majority of these men want to become peimaneiit members of Iho Hie department and when they re alize ihat if they desire to become 'nuc h Ihey will Hist have to serve as bunk or call men, 1 think we tvlll bnvp no tioublf in tilling these positions." The director expressed himself as be. lievlug that II would not be necessary to appoint us many hunk and call men as me piovlded for lu the reorganiza tion oidinanco. ji said that ho thought a total of eight men for steamer com panies and six men for hose companies, Instead of the eleven and eight respect ively, provided for, would bo a sum clent number of men lo copu- with any blaze. OCT OF KXISTKNfi:. There hits been much uniiei essary misunderstandlm: as to the disband nieni of Iho volunteer department. Cutler the tonus of the reoigaiilzatlon ordinance II was disbanded tlio very moment the twenty-second additional peruutneiu man was appointed, for See. lion S or Aillclo VI of til" oidliinnoA loads: "All volunteer firemen shall be disbanded when the number of perma nent men shall have been Increased to tlio number provided for In Section i, Article VI." It Is not nlisotutel.v uec ess.uy for Director llltolicocis to Issue an oider foirually disbanding the vol unteers, but he has decided to issue one t'jday. The Tribune reporter asked him jes. Icidny if he thought that in the in terim between now and tlio time when enough bunk and call men have been seemed, the depailmulit would be able to cope with a blaze of any size, ami he leplled that he had no fear lu this direction, that Chief Klzolmuun had as .Mired him that there was no cause for aUiiii. DEPARTMENT NOTES. Ldward Cooney and Jcvseph .McDonald, the lu niclit inspectors oi tho S'llmilun bleed le I.I .it cempauy, Invc filed applieatiom for appoiuluii-ut a tall nie'i in eitlur the Crj.Ul or ffjy Auir iiii ijsnk'ii. and il l roeie linn likely that they will -el the b"illi. fin oriouiit of tlnjlr feeli uical knouk'J.'c of the iiu'llivd) lo be nuploivi In rutting the various electric nlren which to rtlfn Interffre with the work tit flip rlreinen, their nervier would lip pipmUlly valuable. The tnrmheM of the ho nd of illreelorn of the Pitenien'n llellet nucl.itlon who were recently authotlfcd to fei'iire quartern for n elub liotiw lor (hat oiaMnl? ttlon, have practically decided ttpi.ti the four Mory ttrloti bulldlna; t 221 Spmee etiee-t, nrcnpled on (he (rronnd floor Iiy t'oor ntreitor Himnel Williams. t( tltU liulldlnc la llntlly decided upon, a there U eiery renon tn hpllcte It ttlll he, only the Ihren tipper floori will lie lued. The reome are all large and airy arid the rmlldlnit would Make an admliahle club hnue, TO BUILD MONASTERY HERE. Passion 1st Fathers Contemplate Locating- in Scranton. Sttra n ton's entrance Into the second class of cities Is evidently advertising her. 'Pile provincial of the Passlonlst fathers, ono of Iho largest and most In- Catholic church, came on here from Pittsburg Inst week and spent .several days looking about for a site for a monasters-. The Passlonlsts have no monasters between Hoboken antl Pittsburg, lind are desirous of locating one somewhere In Kastern Pennsylvania. Scranton Is the most dealt able place, to them, and If the' can secure . satlsfactors site they will locate here. The building will cost nt least JlOO.OOn, it Is said. Tin; Passlonlsts comprise a. Belt-supporting organization and do not rely on local aid. tllshop Itohan escorted the nro1n clal about the clly and tip and down the valley, pointing out sites Hint are procurable. A plot near the Round Wootls and another on North Main avenue. In the vicinity of West park, met with most, favor from the provin cial. Tin- Passlonlsts are n missionary body. They recruit and educate young men for missionary work. Their Ho boken monastery Is one of the finest religious houses In America. It was tecontly Improved and beaut Med nt an expense of $S3,000. The order derives Its tevenues from large endowments made to it from time to tlirte and from conducting missions In parishes. MEETING OF EMPLOYERS. They Held a Conference in tha Offlc of Master Car Builder Can field Yesterday. A meeting was held yesterday after noon, in the office of Master Car nulldei' L. T. Canfield, of the Dela ware, Lackawanna and Western Rail road company, at which representa tives of all the local npanufacturlng concerns were present, Tho meeting convened at ! o'clock and was In ses sion until after 6 o'clock. A number of persons known to have been present were seen by a Tribune mnn, and questioned regarding the transactions oC the meeting, but a vow of secrecy hod been evidently- taken, and tlio answer given in each case was "Wo discussed a number of matters which are of great interest to our selves, but concern no one else." This murli is known, however; an other meeting will bo held, at which representatives of till the manufac turing interests In Lackawanna county will be piescnt, and this session Is lo bo held tomorrow night. Consld eiing all the pieseut conditions, it would not requite the powers of a Sherlock Holmes to deduce that the joint demand of all the company's em ployes for a nine-hour day has some thing to do with this sudden confer ence, nor would- it bo unreasonable to suppose that the employers are in turn formulating some method of com bined action. The slrikV of tho Lackawanna car shops men may be said to have ac celerated this segregation of the pow ers that be-. THEY FAVOR MRS. ROCHE. Allentown Papers Want Her for De partment President. Allentown p.ipeis are giving promi nence notice to the vnndldauy of Mis. Cassle Moche, daughter of Captain P. DeLncy, of this city, for' the olllce of department president of the Ladles' Circle of the Grand At my of the lte publlo of this state. The election will be held at Gettysburg in June. The Al lentown Call says: li Ci-vfo Koaih, of t-u.iiinin, v. ho i ! i annulate fni ilep.iilnient pn-hlLnt of Ihe La I 'is nl tiie 1'rai.il Ann of Iho lti uhlk, i will and iivoully Liumii in Put iitv. Mi. Ito.uh has bii n a faithful and uimi'likii vvmlsi-i In I lie nn.cr fr.r many m.ih. she U n ilni.ill.v- of a icUinii INpitollltin. s'u-hi tilled with linked i tin iency '-.Hal ikp.Ttuiint uffut and lu worked with nutiiina t.il In Ihe ii.ti-n-I if Iho mihr, and i'iicl,illv fni-(hi-home al llavv kirn station, vvhkli ii lii.nii.ainid by the 1 jilio . nf the Ciand Arm.i I III I'tfvullc lu plaiinv; lui at the head iif tin- ihp.ulnii-nl nf I'n ii.,nvain,i, the criler will i' 'I iiih" lei' on liuiui irpoi, a filihful mi in her, but nip ii't j.-iued thai ilx vve-llan- h.,i bun eiitiuitrd luln the li.iink of one who l,j al.ia.w liul il best Inli'ic-.U nl head. , The Item, of the sumo city, bus the following; Jin. Cii.i- lloe'ii. ol -uaWi'li, uiu of ihe huililiir inunbtin of the LaiUiS f the If. A.' li. i.f l'iiui..vl-nla, U a i.iinhilii ihi .vrar Im ile li'ntniirit pn-siil. nt of ihil crrlei. Mi has bieii n iv liiL-.v wllli liei caiivaw, and i niei-tlim; vvilb Ktiat fiiui",s as Mil- In., bteii emlounl by the L of O A, It, ilulci. ol .oilheute-ni Pi'nrvl. v.inla. vvliile not a u-vv liiebs fium iho easiuu and vn.ti'iu furls of the Male have likewise on dui.nl her. She ha- bnu liknlllliil Willi li, , It. work for nuns .'i.n-', and a inou- imuoiic number ol ihe lulus' older doe not ,M. Sim is ,-iriitly lapible i ml cfilelml in iveiy xn.o of the word and has tilled aiuh olhce-, a-i junior vlu- proldent, vcrilcr vac pie-.-M'tit, had been en Ihe louuill of adinluitrallon. ami h.i, been ilik'iiatK to Ih" national eonvinllon seveial tiiuia, The lonveiitioii will b luld in .lime, nnd Indl kJtlnns nr- Ihal Sin. Iloi-he ui be a winner. ROBUNG AFTER OLIVER. Supeiintendeut of Police to FiosecuU the Selectman horn the Fifteenth for Alleged Slander. SupfiliiKiiident of Policy Krank Mob ling, Jr., lias retained Attorney .loseph (1'llrlaii t" )lonec.ule Select Council man Joseph ullvor for sUudtir, The alleged slander is conlulned hi the speech of Sir. Oliver at last Thurs day's meuiing in opposition to the Item lu the appropriation ordlnaiae for det-otlvo hire. Supiirliitondeiu MobliUK makes the following statement: The witness foes that I receive don't amount to more than JSti a yeai. Wo gel Jt for utondnucu in conn, and no matter how many ctises aio heard we only get tluit 41. The money earned by tlio oillcers in serving subpoenas and war rants Is turned Into the city as pollro lines. I am willing that councils should appoint a committee to investl gat the police department, or that they take any other steps they may deem nec.est.ury in Hie premise's." Damages in tlu sum of in.ooo will be nsked. It Is likely the suit will bo instituted this morning. FAVOR ARMS NOT BREATH ADDRESS OF MAUD OONNE AND MAJOR McBRIDE. Representatives of the Irish Revo lutionary Party Speak to a Large Audience in St. Thomas College Hall They Believe in Preparing to Fight England nt the Very Next Recurrence of an Opportu nity, Such as Was Afforded by the Boer War. SI. Thomas' CollcKe hull was uiowd ed to overllowlng Inst night, to hear Miss Mutid Gonnc and Major John Mc Urlde, the champions of the Irish Revolutionary party, who are touring America to win syupathy and sub stantial as!staneo for the cause they espouse. The audience was as enthus iastic ns It was large, and tho speeches In consequence wen; accompanied throughout by applause that at' times could be ttuly termed tumultuous. M.s poclally was this true during Major Mclirlde's recital of the deeds of his Irish brigade in tlio fight against the British in the Transvaal, and his de clarations Hint thousands of Just such men us so badly bothered the itiltish In South Africa, were ready to repeat their dticds for li eland on Irish soil. With Miss limine there Is no mincing of words us lo how sin; would bring about the redress of Ireland's griev ances. Her platform can be com pressed into tho one word, "war." As briefly outlined In the interview she acocrded a Tribune man Friday, and given at length In her address last night, Miss Con no's plan of campaign Is this: Have the Irish prepare for active warfare, and, when next Eng land becomes embroiled In a war with some big nation, let the Irish swoop down upon what remnant of the Brit ish army may be left In Ireland, drive It out, establish a government, and then, as an ally of the British enemy, whoever It may bo, demand that the guarantee of Ireland's freedom be a part ot tho treaty ot peace. This, or rourse, Is taking for granted that England will be worsted. Miss Cioune and hoi partisans am confident this will eventuate. They argue that England is shown to be weak and that any good-sized nation, with the aid oi the Irish, ran bring her to her knees. As she put it iiijier addiess last night: "if 10.000 Boer farmers are more than a match for 2.10,000 British, what could not a big- government ac complish against her!" FIGHT'S THE THING. Miss Gonnc is almost elenuclatorj in her tratment ot the parliamentary movement. "No people over won fie dom fiom a tyrant nation except by light." she declared. "Arms, not breath, will free II eland, if site is ever freed." The reaction against tho Parliamentary- movement has already set in, she anlu, U the last elecilons, not over' one-half tho Irish voters took the tiouble to go lo the polls, and the suppoiteis of the Parliamentary party cannot se'cure. large meetings anywhere lu Ireland. Ii eland, she said, is in immediate nnd desperate need of help. During the lelgu of Queen Victoria tlio popula tion was reduced one-hnlf, or from iU'OO.onu to -t.r.00,000, and nearly L',000, 000 of lbe.--e died from famine, though their country would be a country of plenty if it were not for the economic conditions brought by England's pol icy of denationalizing tin; Island to make It refuge for hor own .surplus population. Over 3,00lr.00n people weie driven from home in the name of England's gracious queen. Miss Gonne told some harrowing tales of evictions and famine suffering witnessed by her own eyes, and said: "AH this time there wete eighty Trlsh Nationalists In the house of parlia ment. Day after day they talked about the Irish famine and after all their talk the only satisfaction they received was this comment of Balfour: 'Do j-ou expect us to furnisn champagne for Irish peasants'." Gladstone wns prime minister. Moiley was Irish secretins', and tlm Liberals were lu the maiority with the aid of the Irish vote! "Ireland bus no lime to waste on talk. She cannot afford to lose another opportunity like thai of last year, when the -whole British furcn In Ire-land, out side of the constabulary, consisted of only S.,000 militia, recruited from tlte scum of English ijilies. and neither physically or morally fitted to bo sol diers. But wo were not prepared, be muse for thirty yeais we had depended on breath, instead of nuns. "In Parnell wo had n wonderful parliamentarian and ho had almost un limited llnnnolnl aid from this country, but what was accomplished'.' .Next to nothing, Tlio few amendments tn the agrarian laws wore sectiied by the Land league when Hie Movolutlonlsts wore nt Its head and when an Irish landlord's llf was not Insurable, Bents imve been reduced, ii Is true, hut this wns dun to ihe fall in at'ilctiltur.il prices, and, as the jit ices fell in greater proportion llinu the deeieaso in louts, the lilsh ni worse off limn bufoie." ItlOD.MOND CONSIDEMED. John Medmond, iho leader of tlm Parllamontrtiy puil.v, came in for somo Hither saicastic treatment at .Miss Gonne's hands. She quoted fiom one of his speeches, in which ht declared that the Irish Nationalism wore in a position to contiol and Initiate legisla tion, mil) then described tliu jecent epi sode III the house of commons, when tliu Irish membeis were carried out bodily by the police for attempting to "contiol and Initiate legislation." Speaking of the churges madoagalust hep In the Irish World, that Mm Is sow ing dissension among tho Irish, Miss fionno said she, was mlsundertooil, Na tional unltj, she declared, docs not menu, necessarily, Identity of opinion. Tho Irish are a united people, Just us tho French, the Germans or the Anierl cans are united, though they Imve their dissenting paitles. The h-iiI daugei is not dilfercnces of opinion, t,ho went on to i-ny, but mud-throwing, and she did not hesitate to charge up this sort of thing to the editor of tho Irish Woild and his friends among Uib Nationalists. "Wo nio all agreed that England's dlillculty Is liuland'H opportunity," said Miss Gonne. "Tho Constitutionalists say, 'Ho loyal and, out of gratitude, England will glvo yy homo rule.' We suj, 'Arise and light." Wo ate. dlauiet. rlcally opposed as to policy, is It well for us to leave the settlement of our dlfTeienco to a timu when the cannon shall be booming? We urc here to put the facts before you sympathizers in ;liWWWWyWWyVWyWrtVWWWWWVrtVlnJWlnA'l bilver-rlated Ware i When rightly made, affords every satisfaction alike to giver nnd user) it cannot do otherwise, because it nlwaya wears and ml looks well, costs little, but greatly improves the npponrnnce g. of any table It might be p laced on. 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The road is bonded for only $14,200 per mile. Full information as to bonds, together with map of route, de sciiption of country, statement of earnings, ate, may be seen at our office. We hare made a thorough investigation ol' the above roi erty, and recommend these bonds ns a shIc and conservative in vestment. Title Guaranty and Trust Co. 516 Spruce Street. America, that ou may decide which party you will .support." After uu earnest plea, for help for the Itevolutionaiy cause. Miss Gonne con cluded: "It may be within a. fw months: it may be- a few years, but tho opportunity is not far off. England has 'bei-n Blabbing lands all over the world. Other nations Imve sufCeiod hoi to do this because they thought her in vincible. The Boer war showed her to bo a lotteu and worn-out enipite Ihat no ono need fear any nvoie. Any na tion is likely to rise at any time lo settle some old scutes, and when It does, Ireland must be ready to rise. The Dutch farinor has opened the way. Let the Irish piess oil. Not only must wo avenge our own wrongs, but countless other crimes against hum.inltv." MA.IOI! M"UIUDEV" TALK. It Is needless to s.iy that Major .Me Bride litis quite as lilt tie patience with the Paillunteiuarlaus as lias Miss Gonne. To look at him, one would sus pect it. To hear hiin talk, one will gamble on II, and give long odds, "It's n farce," lie declared. "Give me men who will kill." He told in detail of the advouluies 01 his famous Irish brigade In South Africa, that have boon so gotieiously recounted In the pa pots and magazines, all the while modestly keeping ills own valiant deeds iu the backgiound. As story after story of victor ions achieve ments by Irish lads weie i elated, the audience glow very enthusiastic and frequently lie hud to slop for long poi luds to 11 wait ihe end of the ap plauding. Tin- chaii man of the evening was 0. T, Uulaud. Tho addi esses were pre ceded bv piano selections by .Miss Sadie Burns and b.itltone solos by Piof. William A. Kelly. Iletwet'ii the addresses, .Mrs. Joitjpli O'llrien .sang two solos and Miss Mary Boland gave two locitatlons. Miss Gonne and -Major McIIrlde go from heio to Philadelphia. POLICE AND ALDERMEN. .lo-ipli i:tml.e, i small lo.i, wm uji airi4ted Saturday bv speeit) Hffiier W. W. lviilhm,, for ihiovWri); kluiiK al a tiain on the Wiomli' hunch of Ihe I. ite, at llun) o Hill, .i thud t't by AWniniu Millai. I'atriik Cavln, .Mm Timlin .ii. Ili.onJ. Mn-lo-v, tie en Noilli Su.iiiinii voviug nun, who. wore iiitotlcatnl on .-aluuljj Light, were .united on leiiipLiul oi a inlll.liuu who lliuiifiht they tin, I fu hold bin up. 'Ihey plejdid wlun ,iii.n;tii.i bcfoio Miv'l.lul" I'nllei lh.il Ihtv urn . nl.v k.v lii Vvfnvr. .aid il.i-.v w.'ic In oil vwih an, f V laeli Guiii.iuteed long Havana idler Special Bates Ia tin- Delawuio and Hudson Ball load nnd lotutn on account of the great iiiliblcal conceit by Mine. Helm-imin-lleink. illss Maud Powell and Mr. Frangcon Davis at tlio Lyceum Theatre Tuesday, May 21sl. 1001: Time of train. Itaics, Wllkes-nuuo .... 7:07 p. m .tit) Plttston ::i p. iu. .'JO Oyphnut .,..,.... 7:2') p. in. ij Carboudale 7: "'5 p. in. ."0 .rjEOL Co. XlK! I It It mrf Important that a bliyele V should' he tapy limning:. 5 Healthful exerrUe li benefit 111, but hard work i: luiuiti ih. 0 The beaiincq nl the "Ser.iulon" (J iriniantee HkIiIik-h of nmnitig nnd II 5ff ttirtndh makes II the moot liurabV ym wlipi't for all daws of ridel". mm I'riirs lu suit Die poiketbool. J 126-128 Franklin Ave. ii vieffisa7 ... rawaj". ... .r5 .. . Vt .i!.vv ,-WiL. i : ' I j"-jT-.C"rmliL J" L o A Rich Find i an rvpie-.I'ii tut i ouni heaid here wh our cuhtomir -i"i oni laige, kKhI; ol Miirt.-, I i" ilriu.-.'.l and llo-iii.i. We aic alvvajs nil the eleil fur Ihe leal thin-,'. The pihe indieate whit it'i vv in Hi lu ik onlv. Vuu'll liml it win tli mueli Ifloie fo ion . "Ill,- Did iei thllll. 4ia SPRUCE STREET. 'In inn mvIjI I (K ioIIjij; all ilijjii"). 1 - '. . . - ,f A EIDLESS LIKE HADES. This Is What the Destruction of the Meirlmnc Looked Like, In doscilblng the dostructlon of the Morriuuto at s"antlngo, P.ear AHnilra Ittihloy I). Kvims says in Ills hook, ".s .Sailor's Log," published by D. Apple ton & Co,: "t wii tolled tlio Merriniac iniiko her last trip on the morula;' of June ",d, During the night of the 2d I caught sight of her several limes, hut It wa iieni ly d.iyllghl when 1 saw her dis tinctly as she made fur the ontrunco nl the harbor. Tho Spaniards wero or tho alert, and Just as the Merriiuin turned Into tho channel I saw the Hash of a small gun, and Immediately altor ward the ilrolly spuiku along the shore Indicated that tlm Infantry hail opoued oil hor with their .Mausers. Thou tin. guns on siocapa began to blaze iiii' wero followed by those on Iho .Morn nnd Esmeralda battel los and the Pun ta Gord.i fort. "Within ll'i-eo minutes the , Uelua Mei'ceilcs and other ships opened up and, as their heavy guns Hashed, the doomed ship stood out clear and dis tinct iu the accumulating clouds of smoke. Finally tho whole entrance to tho Inn hor was it i oaring blaze nf pnvv dor smoke, and the Muirlmao was shut out fiom our low. it was a dreadful sight to my mind what hell might look like wilh the lid oil'! I had seen all I e-aiod to look at, mid, convinced Ihal tlio gallaui ilobsmu and his equal ly gallant men had gone aloft forever, 1 returned to the pilot house, whine I consoled myself with a pipe." Asli for Kcllj-'s union cracker. . ; BITTEiENDEMCO if . . II II I II I Ml M I t-r)M V ir ' oaM MritMubam .,!' . ' i Ati , ri&xM&'4 lJK.5 V -j :... i .j-. AiA . , -jmi-s. s W, ".V Pj-jcuf .Mi j ,..-if i.. .XSm "Xu.