The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, May 21, 1901, Page 3, Image 3

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rill SCKANTOX TKIBUNtt--TUESDAY, MAY 2.1, 1001.
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An Excellent Combination.
The pleusnnt method and boncllclnl
efl'euts ol the well Ictiuuu rometly,
Svnui of Fiob, iiiuuufauturi'il by the
CaIjIPOiuha Fio Svnui' Co., illnstrnto
thevalueoi nbtnlninic the liqulil laxa
tive principles of plants Uiiown to bo
incdtulniilly lnxtitivo and presenting
them in tin' form most refreshing to tho
tusto unci aceeptnbli' to Hie hjatcin. It
Is the ono per feet Htrengtlieiiing lnxa
tirc, ulennsitng the hystern olTecttmlly,
dispelling colds, lieiiilni'lu-s and fevera
gently yet promptly and entibling ono
to ovrruomu litibltunl constipation per
manently. Its perfect freedom from
every objectionable quality and sub
htnn'ce, and its iietlng on the IcidueyB,
liver and bowels, without wouhening
or irritating them, make it, the ideal
laxative.
In the process of tnaniiautttrinn figM
are used, nt they lire pleasant to tha
1nstc, but the medicinal quulitiesof the
lemedy are obtained from hiumiitiml
Other arouiatie plants, by a method
known to the Oai.ifouma Fig Stkui
Co. only. In 01 dor to gut its benetleial
ffeuts'and to amid imitations, please
remember tlie full name of the Company
printed on tho front of every package.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
AK FRANCISCO. CAL
I.OUIBVXI.I.K, KV NKW YORK N. T.
ForB&lotiyallllrugsls-s PriciiMc per bottio.
At Retail.
OmIi icc-Mie prompt altpnllmi for l.wi
Imp am i ill of tlif i il v Ini t hi ut tC"l
VhIiI lor doint-tn- iw
Sua 1 lei sii in -inm unl (mmv puip in
a pri Mlt.i
VI O' f-l ihllla ti TtllllJllN, 1 I Ul
People's Coal Co.
'loll phono No ')UJ' Olh.i TmiIIi sln-et
nical.c-i liilwrc-n dvforil inl 'Until
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: CITY NOTES :
m ii t u mi i hh - tho ituniio liiit
m w will i it ir iti "' i.intiui on ituuiit 1 1 jut
i I1 M N MMMx (UMUII Hi. M"l
It -Hll t V 111 Wilt 11 M plli It till I Uilllll
i i t i iihu it u iliMiii'li ,t finU ii iii tin,
lll'l tllO-i Willi il Mlt liIlM lilt Ullt-l llllsK
HI (1i 11 Milt ttll M 1 I INK In nil! i IP N.UMlliI
iiil f ttl e. th I c tint will I f (imil(i
I'IHPM l --l ,,u, (,,,, ,ii. t
t ni in tn fiotn Wi-i N i nthtn w.n MilIhU
it on Hit1 ..ki,iIih la ,i 1 i.m w n til l In t nn
in U Hcill., Hi t ti 1 1 1 1 M.iimi in .i-.huij
i n nriHii1, ik ii Mitllmn 'lint', lul nklit H
1 i!n(l, III 1., Hll W.is Ifitiuh l!Ilp!O0knl
I. ill w lot l( 1 Hit
MM I. iin IMl Itl II Inl n I him in .
11 ulil lm 'niii- ill Ihll-klit tiiiit. Infl
1 l I -.III It- I'll kill M tlillP tfll ItliiOll Uhlli
l .ilin. i nilf iii i v iuii 'I ho hm n i Inn,
i mi tn i it it Lit) wlirn u liiiw lio itlt
0 Jill 'lllollPl tlllM lltl'Ju II lit Mil )lllltiill
t-- the IjtklWUllH llOMt il, WtU.' It U. i ( I
that ni- lhi.li t ! hi u Lit luinl
NOON MEETING
OF BOARD OF TRADE
Lengthy and Animated Discussion
of the Piopositian to Put Car
Tracks on Wyoming Avenue.
'in" of tiie busiest meidnihs (if tlip
hiMtd of trade (vliieli lius t.ilon pl.ue
In many months ou lined ,eteidn,v,
'.lii'ti tile sei'und ol tile iiuoii si.ssinns
WrtS held and the malter il the null
t.sneo of tlif (Vutiai Capld ri,iu-H
Slieet K'illn.i lonip.inv (.im,- up lot
cnnslrlfcirUion.
I!sniiitlnnt. In l.uor uf thf nidl
rf.Miin aul ii'solutiuns ufjulnst tli.it
elTtise ot il pi o idhiK foi la.vliiK n.uKs
M Wyomlns a,'iiui vne iutiodiii l,
find nnall.v, .tftri .1 must liil-k ols
I'liselou, the illlHstion was leleii'd
bartK to iluvtif-ots and hlshwns 1 cmi
jtUee f"i a lepoil at .1 speii.il nieiM
Inc to he held iu tho president's i.ill
The olijci tlons talsed hj tin. ('01
if ipondtMiie schui N to iais luiinlilK
pit the new pilntlnc '"-mlili-diinent.
.is atnnne the pnluls r.iNi'd and pio.
olpd the following voleaule outlnii1.!
finm Pnntractor I'. S Williams. I
t-oi no 1 enroll to Kial-fy the InUuesIs
of a s'lllh eoiporatioi: wlilrh .ces
ivilv for tfllt ami Is loolvlnu attt'i 'o.
1 .'hot. the ponple of Oireii Fllils"
iu (I this ch nam a new nai'tlon
evmp'iuy.
"The Collleij KiiRllieei 'uinp.ui ftp.
peals to Uh.ii nreanijtlnns m lntliul.
ilUe emiiulls In this nialt-i- 1 nn-M-lf
hnp iiutl an uiiiileasaui epei
knee with ihein on tin labor question
!p that f uiulei tuuli a eonliaet for
lliftn niid ifti r .staitlnij It wa iani'"t
the eliolce of either loslm; t'ie laise
jot, hi v'eldinp to tin pla.sieieis' union,
mil by m dolnj,- loslns ?l,r,00 '
The nieoltns was ptaslded oei be
l.uther Keller, fleeted to Hie chair
on aiiouiit of the abseiiee of Piesldem
JvanHinj? and Vee President Dhlfxon
After the rendlns of tho inluiiU'S of
th pieeedlug im.viln'. rfeuintaiy
Atheiton read the rtipoit of Paptuiu
May, for the tnanufn'tuiiiis eoninilt
te It was as follows
Sainton, I' . M " "U, I wi
Tn th Of fi rm tml Mcmlrn, lunton l)u,i..i ul
Irait, iN'y,
iii-ntlfnifii" Y"ur nuiiu'jdiiifri' loairalllt;
rf coiIUerlns proposition fnjiu piltln in
liemn, V, I (or Hit lo ation o! .1 plant In
SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES
A!ln' Foot 1'iJf, 1 isRilfi. It i.uice niinful,
in-attlni:, tirrtoui (trt nil Injrowliij; nail, aul
tnuuti tutu lh tllui; out ot coiu oil' I tun
in . It'i I lie prfAtm . oinforl ilcotciv ol lli
yc. Allsn' I'liot-rjn; niaVf tlclic ot nw lioe
fd c. K It 0 itil 1 tuif for iWMtlntf. cat.
' ,:i. IK ui, HUH. llll.il'.' fC"t '! it tO'JjV
! uM l. all il-ut.i:i li'd hcc ?toi lb nijp
I r C.'i 11 :am v I1I1I piiniyp ''III I' VI
dri, Xlim u. UlintiU, Li JJ.-j. X v
QXFORDCOLLIERYCQAL
ScNhlen for the manufacture of mbber In ill
IU limnclif. Some Iwn TrM tgn this matter
ii liruiichl tn the attention of the tominllle'i
ami Mr. Itinnoml of the tommlttfe went In Tren.
ton and lnetli;ateil tin1 pioronlllon, from lil
irporl at tliat llnn ami from wlill we hnte hem
ahli to trim lnco, ne do not liellale to lee
cininriiH Hie propn.lllon In liurlnr.
Hie plant wlien in nperallon will emptor one
luimlied mill llfl.r men: will minulailnre Itiier
I11111I111I lliouviml dollara' woilli of proilucl nr
jear, anil la hal we iniulder a ery ttesIriMi
ImliMlry toi -iraiilon, We ilnti't eirc to kk Inlo
detail" nr ulie tmiiies nf iaitle IntrreMoil it
pificnti lull full imlloiilnn nn" li hail fiom
the vcifUn tli nf wlilrli i. tcpprlfilllr ill
niillPil Mav, ( lialtmaii,
r'olonel V I.. Hltehtook. of the
RtieelM and highways committee, then
stilmiltled 11 tepott on the sttent inll
wny mmpniiy's ordinance now In coun
cil". 1 1 piovlded for eeituln Impoit
nnt fliHiiKP", but on the whole fnvoteil
the oiillnanie. and wan as fnllow.,
ttentlcrneti, m ininmltlrn mi lteil ami
lilcl."i lining hid iimli'i rntial.il latlun tile "I
elrcl intitull, i 7 ulihli iiiillinluc iulhni7'1
the (uitr.ll ttaplil lhltilt llullw.o i uliipinv In
Ii; tiatUs etc., teport tint we arc ot opinion
tlinl mhIi frilulile clioulil lie (tranlnl lo thl
mitiptm, Ui lielleie that the 1 lt ehotiM
txaiie a Jml inrnprMitlnn tur all lrinrlii-i-1
Riantril to ioipor,itlons if thh iluiulii we
would theretoie rtintnineini:
lint In strike out the woul "or II i iHeil
lnicli" whemri It appraf. In the nntinuur, aa
we lielier tin) Hie imiipim' houlil pie 1
iwon thiir ttaik, mil jt leot twehe Inehm
011 iltlur nidi, nf the link with llu miiu me
tirld lint Hie 1 1 cot U pncil with
spioiul H11' aeillini Ii le iineinl'il to lejil
ai follows, 'the ioiiipin liPiel.i mieeH In po
lax on iti Kto-t rrrelptH In umdiliution ot I lie
(.lantlue ol litis fiaiuhise a- f. ,1 Ioi -
oiiiiiirui inir die rjt jltir the iiiiiimeiiceoieiit
of mttiil (.prialiuii, I pel eint, ami intrrJsitijr
eaih 3eai then iffir, 1 pei unit, until 5 pel
nit, of the iiW- iiiiiplf. is jtinualb pilJ.vliii h
ftWll lontltiue aa It tig a llit fuiiihlxe nWi
Ue litliie Hut Ltiniielilion iu Mtcft railway
tlTMIIH in tll nil will le nf Uridine liMndt Iu
the illiiti, anil wc llirretmi ieettfull UIRe
upon iiiiiuiiW tli,-' itupuit ime nf fnnilll fi inl
ine to the sml (uititl lliipul Iraiell loinpiin
the lUhl to Iji ttaiki williiii the rltv Until.,
as pri til, if ki'Ipi t i uuiii il. So 7. with itneiiil
lilrnli as i,ilu.'nliil ill nf wlili Ii U Milou il ti il
I 1 llitiluoik, Uuiililin
T Jl Dali tinned the iKieptanee ot
tin icpoit and Ihe motion was see
ottded, but Mi. How. ii tli was iriimedl
Htelv on his fpft with the followlnsf
ttmeiidiiieiii
Ulieoas, linn n ppinlinic in the uU lOuudls
of s, tanit',n an ouiiuatu " allow inj; the liiti(r of
lliel nr tlji-li nn Wiolinll), meiiile fmiii the
until! lfi tn (!iepn Unlet, iml
Ulieiijri Of tlie five priiinpjl aiPiuiK liailuic
noitli, four are aliraih cKtiipiiil lar trjil,.
ami nttrlie. I wnrs. lumeh. Main, I'ap itte,
UalutiKlf ii in, Malleoli ji t tines iheufiit he il
l,'iulieil. Hi llu- s, i.ii, ton liiunl nf tuile, lint
it h nn xpi llu nt tu pi ii i luiU mi w ri mini;
aienue It i i iintlii ul no -.null importune
(hit it p 1st one of tin iiinues lie kept npin
ami inn,!, Mine tin (Mini inns Inn lakin firent
pmle in in nut iinini; sik Ii Ihiiioiishlire. mil line
fnllliil it ekpeiliclit to sptliil ljl(.p Mlliu of mum i
in npenlti), tliuii wlni olntnicurl Wioinui
aiemn, is ti.iu i tieneil, is iauilite,l to til '
aniiiip-irtanl iut in Ihe ill e,i( nn ut ol u4iii(in,
is j iitv ot hntiirs is will i i i put, r nf hide
sml lniliitm, jml slinuhl he 1, ft lice ami urn Ii
stiucliii
I lie pnscnt iupiI of s unit ii t, not nunp niil-s
of -Inn hi tu, I hit the In Hi i up uf whit
it ilipitli ii i, in tht wn of In tin inn, sihcil
uhs mil i more pnfut tipnpn mi.
I! oili-il. lint in iippi tfnlh iiiji lh, uti
inuniils nut to ji mi. (lir f. m, ,i,. t ,, 1,1,1,1
"hull in tn Keller shook his bead ull
blonslv and on Alt Dale's tmitestlnu
that tin- amenilmi'iu was out of older,
the i haiimati titled tli.it It was not
piopof ts ilt nmeiiilineni, ,nd it in.
tltelv chaiiKid tli pinpoint ,,j tH 0,
iKltial I'liott. I'oioMil llileluofk then
,no( nml luhilv -lalfil for the roin
iintl" tliti tliov hid not pail pattini
l.u atteiuloii lo th inattei of openlmr
oniin aentii. but had qeneially
lolMltleied Ihe ft 1 1 is.tbillU of eniout
a;,'niK snM,t i.iiluiv , (indiiioits. jri.
How, nth lute wlthdiow his ,unt.i(l.
I'lent. and All. Dale spoUe Inlellv In
fixoi ot the ieoiiiiiiiiiiutioii ol tils'
committee,
Keneinl dis( u-Jsion followed and
aiKinnonts pin ,in I ion i nsticd last
and unions with ., Uale. o-t'itv
Solieltor dames II. Tmiev, l!ees, i;,
I'.iooks and otiiois stouth ehainplon
inr, tin- new i onip inv,
folonel 1. A. Willie, amendi il th
in lKlii.il motion In an additional
clause. pu)iilln,r that no hams be
laid on W'joiniiiK avenue as it now i
or on anv fin ther etenston. lie de
ilaud he was In sxmpatltv with those
ohiei tins to the opening of the ,ieniif.
wheieat llnese C I'.tnoks deilaiei etn-pl-athalh
that II was absolutelj im
posslble to (onnei: linen liidKe with
the eeiitial 1 1( in ,m oilier way, and
obiei thins to the opening ol the ae-riiir-
nine wllh bad iare,
. !. Uolatid if Ian d hunself
heailllN In faot ol (lie iiancliise if
liossibie io puss it without injuring
olhei inleiesis oi deshnyiiiK Ihe at
liaetlviness of WvomiUK iteniie.
Moniner, hf deelaied, that as one of
Siiantou'.s business tout el lis oIiosii
the Biantllif,' ul the fiauehisr theh oh.
Iictlon .should be taken inn, , ,)n,
ililei.itliin. lb- iiuiMil that the iat
tet iio i.eiiininitied lo the i oinmittee.
Ills motion was. killed .u t)0 nme, i,llt
laiei pass, d In an tinieudul tin in.
Ml Tones caused a lf k IiiukIi, shoil
U aitet this, b timi)itiir I'oionci
Wanes' sRKtwtlnu ellilliriaiiiiK the
I.hIiib of a tiaek on W,oinin; inenue,
Willi the ihillse "II s piaetieable
stiine anj othei unite" Ills i,m
was detuned, ami tenia iks fur mid
aKiilllst ihe oilftiuiil ii solution then
followed, in which V V Watson
i hninploned the pew minpani, and Ml.
Kenuneier Mi, Sinocii W. II Ta.xlor
,'iud otheiK i it Hi Iputi d
The last iiauieil nal aiiieiidecl All.
Holand'.s million tn send lh-1 inutl r
b.li k to the (iinnulllee b piopocllli, it
be tepoited upon at a speelul nieoiini,-,
and this motion wa iased Kute.
I, n Atheiiuii then lend n i oiuinunl
uithiu f mm Pii'iieial Siii,'i Inti mli'iit.
Sillluian, of the r-iiantoti Itallwa.v coin
pain. leKaidliiK- llu llai wheel ear
iUestci), H( e-liss.ed Ills leh'iets nt
Hie i (illdltlolts which neiessltnte Hie
itsf of these eats, upd staled that be.
Iwtep rebtuai, l and Alny IS, one bun
died and llft.v-thiee t,m iah.s of
wheels bad been put uudei cats, Mew
hlmps me lo be built dllllim Ihe .sum.
met, ho also wtote.
An answei was lutlvecl fiom Dlvls.
lop Pns-si'iiBOi Agent Ten llioeck, of
the Uelawaie, l.aeliuwauua and West
em llallioad ioni)an, lu which he in.
foiiued the hoanl he would bllllR to
tie attention ol the piuper olllelnlt. the
eoniiiiunluitlini askiiiB that .stop-over
piiWIeses, be allowed by the' mini dm
Inn the Pan. Aniei lean exposition
Atioiue P Pumi'Bn was niliulttoil
lo ineuiliei'slilp. ami the appllenlioii of
.1. 1. Piawloid, IhioiiRh P H, Kcott,
was ieeied The nieetltff tliep ail.
jriutncd, and the members enjojed a
lunch, seived liy Iluulei.
Lake Heniy Paik,
Alaplewood, Wayne c'Oiint, P.i , on
the ihle ,si Wyoming- Valley ralltoad,
ir the mol altiaethe and deslrablft
summer exclusion leiort In Not them
I'ennsylvanla. Oo and look over the
Kiound and make your atrani;ement,s
for tiansportatlon xxlth the eonipany
at Duiiniore, Pa. Send for a booklet.
Ask fur Kelly's union ctackeia.
STRIKE IS ON
IN EARNEST
TWENTY-FIVE HUNDRED MEN
HAVE QUIT WORK.
Employees One nt All the Shops
Wheie the Demand for a Nle
Hour Day for Ten Hotns Pay Was
Refused Possibility of the Lack
awanun Cnv Shops Being: Moved to
Blnghamton- Tuibulence at Lack
awanna Station When Impotted
Men Weie Unloaded.
The Reueial stllke tluenlened b Ihe
maehlnlsts, if .their duiniinil foi a nine
hour day at ten-hotir waReii was- not
Kranted, was made a leallty yesteula..
In Seianton. the stilke Is tttoie effee
tlve. It would .seem, than at any other
hti'Ki" manufaet tiling tentei-. Piaetl
'.illy all of the L'a'DO men )iup1oetl as
tnaehinlst.s, or ttiules e loely allied, me
now Idle, fifteen bundled maelilnlsts
lutvli)(r joined the tanks of Hie thoiis.
and Delaware, Lackawanna and West
ern stt liters.
The nuinbei- of men on sttike Is es
thuated as follows, b the Hinplojes
tbeinees:
Uelawm, I Kl,,it!.iuii,t ami iern in
sltups .iml ni e liine chops ,"iii
llu kson, Pi nn ai'tuie almpjt id
I)nU-ii, clttf stmt lnconmtive wmk- , t",i,
rhiih Mjuufurtiirini; iiiiipitn KKl
I.ii C.iw,iiiiii linn .mil s,., I ( o . ,,,, . il
Millai , Htuul.s) (Jnle tn -j,
scunton Unit ami Nul Win I '!
I II I'noie & ( ii Ji
lot I
,'J'pit
The one hiitiilieil men eninlmfd b
the Hilt: toiupaii. at Dliiiiuoie, ai
xlill nt wotk and will leniain at theh
liosts until Joint aetlon has been taken
by (he employs alonK the entlte Nilf
system hi deiuandlnir llu nine-hour
da.,
The ellut of the stilke is llkeh to
be more vei iotis fut Siiantnn than was
at llisf .supposed. Their Is now a pet
Hlsteut liunot In the :iii. totiuded on
most excellent iufot inatlon, that the
Delawttip, r.aektiwanna and Western
ISailioad eotniiany eonleinplates ie-niovliifi-
Its ear shops to HIiiBhaniton.
I'emaiks made bv both Supei intend
ent Plaike and Alastei Pat ititllder
Panfleld jesteiday ileal l e lileticed
the fact that the leinoiiil of the hliops
is not only a possible, but etj likelv
lonlniiteney. Alaster Builder I'anlleld,
when apiuoaebed ditut with a cpifs
tion on the subject, fiisl staled lather
dazedly at Ihe inieiioKiitiny Tiibtine
man. then btoke out with an rflam
l ion of "Well, it dots beat the wotld
bow these things tan sel out," and
llnalls lem.nked, "I nut sonv I can't
s,iv anything on the sublet t. All the
company is doing a( ptes,eni s nietely
sa wing wood."
i:vidi:.t I.NTI.NTIl'V.
With uhiih tnlstnatie auswet he
eoneliidcd Ihe i onveisation on the
luiint. Last ulKlit be went to Phila
delphia and fiom theie will pioltably
q-o to D.tvlon, O. His absenee Mill
cover sinetal dujs Stijiei Intendent
Plaike was seen alter Alaster Huilder
'infleltl, and Iroin a iein.nk made bv
him, it was eiv evident that the com
pany Is tliiiikin C!liusl of mo Iuk
the shops. While be deellneil to dls
enss the matter at length, be did not
clenv the tumor, and stated that tlieto
inl1it be some inloi tnatinii to gie out
on the point within a few daxs
"We do not. however." he dnlaied.
"epeet to so out of business beie liv
an.x mean. We aie Klad to see the
eiv oideilx- and iue! nianiHi iu
whielt lite nun have inndiu-ted lliem
selxes thus fai, and bciie and ttusi
the will lonilutie to maintain the
same attitude dining- the continuance
of tin- dlillc tiltles " A most significant
fait which lends credence to the te
pntts of the ieninx.ll of the shops is
the fait thai while men aie being
dailv i eel tilted foi the mat bine shops,
hauily an efloit is being made to tun
the e.u slums, and Hie woiklug lone
at pieisent is little latgei ihan the Hist
daj the men went out.
The (list acts of di.soidei xliieh ltae
et occurred in tlie Mi ike look place
esleiday afteinoon, at the Lacka
wanna. Million, when twentx-live "Im
potls" ,n i i fil fiom ilobcikett on the
n't: Haiti.
i:uil In the iltt the i at- buiUleis
iciehecl the follow iu telegtani fiom
a mailiinlst stationed at Ilobokeit.
"Watch ,"i.4"' Haiti Laige numbpr of
men shipprd at 1.1,"" They weie ai
coiclliiglv on the lookout, and when the
tl.lin pulled 111 theie weie piobabh
between two and tin op hundred pet -sons
Bumped at the upper end of the
station, piepaied to ghe the new -comets
a wallti leeepliim. Tlleciowd was,
howeet, lamely eoni)osed of voung
hiivs and tion-uulonlsts, eoiiii.iiatle
few heluuKliiK- to the stllkeis' tanks,
About twent.tle men Jumped itoiu
the ilist i at and weie taken Into the
station and upsialis to await the di.s
pel sing ol the eiowd It onlv gained
Iu numbeis, howevei, and lluallv chiet"
riiec ial Agent Adilllisou led tln nieii
out onto Ihe pint fut ni and tliiougli
the ,.ud, The ittstanl thej iipptMied,
tht ciow'd buist into a deilslie eliotus
of oppi olu Ions names, .-1 1 1 1 1 Unallv
siiine Ill-advlfed Kllbtll boys tlliew a
lew stoue.s at the i.ilhei ,shaliby llg
Ules of the iliipoitocl men. Chief
Adanison then clashed nt the ciowd,
and with the aid of Ills specials man
niteil to testoie pal tl.il oldei, while
the llohnhon men weie hmsu led acioss
the aid,
HOT V.'OIIDS i:XPIIA.N'("!i:i
The veils of deiislon euuilnuiMl, how.
ever, and hot wolds weie ei hanged
between Che chief special agent and
iliiRleadiiH In the itowd, ,1 r
llammes, of the .Sinneeiittets, ,
inomiiient union man, was outspoken
In his t emails against "brliiKing In
a lot of hoboes," but Hie mallei wins
concluded without blows helm; stunk
nr any violent mtr. taking place, and
the eiowd finally disposed The
.stiiUeis dleclaim all )i'spoiisibiix fot
the ufl ti Ii
One of Phlef ilamsons deputies en.
deavoted to quiet the erowtl b ap.
pealing to Its bettei JuilKineui. and
made n btlef speceli lu which ho ie.
called (he blootlj sttike of the "O's
but Ihe younger and hoi. headed of
those addiessed jeeied him until he
ceased his hauuugiie,
yt.s(etda inoinliig a delegate ft out
Hoboken iipiieiued at the local head,
iiuuiteib. and lepnttcil lonfeiiliifi- with
.Muster Car flulldot Panfleld luga til
ing the situation. An ordei was issued
fiom here thottly aftetwanls, luMtuct
lag the Hoboken men to go out.
A number nf men fiom the local Par
Mullders' union went down to Hoboken
xesteulas, afteinoon and leiurnecl on
Ihe- ..l"i o'clock Haiu last nlvjht, with
the inloinnitioii Hi.n all ihe men at
the Hoboken and Kceatiotts shops,
minibcjIiiK between tin re and fnilr
htludred, had Rone on stilke. This
leaves n complete tle-tlp aiuoug- the
Lackawanna ear shops. Twelve of the
men leeritlted bv the Lackawanna
fiom Hoboken icported last nlshl at
the strlkeis' hcad(Uiirteis and asked
tn be sent back to New York, None of
the men weie machinists, bill weie all
npiiaieiitly In needy elreuinstnitces
The men who repotted for duly yes
lenhiv jiunnltiR- at the Allls-Phalmeis
company's Peiin avenue shops, stialRht
way sought Ihe bulletin hoard tn ttnd
the notices wlili It weie to decide
whether or not a strike would occur.
They weie tonftonteil wllh the follow
ing pltieaid:
(In mil stlcr Mil 'i, fiftt fmii fnll limits
fluill intislllitli' a tetrulir sink's wrrl for nu
ililnll ni iitestloii in tllfutc, Itnliiilinc
uuite, t" In .ttleil In iilillrjllou under nul
ruimillnir In Hie New nil. staepincnt mil tlie
Icllil iFsnltilinti nf Snv. lit, liitwein tin N'llloiial
Metal Tt nlrn assnr Intlntt ami Hie Inttltiiliunal
s ,i I Itlnll nf Mlsllilllsts
M Mi! iircit,
I ui Mils t liilnirM ( i.
SV.MI'ATHIITIP l.AUOIU'lt!-.
Ptoiniitlj at T o'clock ovei. inachlu
Ist unci helper In the shops lelt the
ptemlsV.s and llflv l.'ibtuets from the
loundiy lulned their tanks. About
one hundietl and lllty monlileis weie
the only emplo.xo.s to leinaln at wtnk.
sUlpeilnteinlent AtauLaien, ;hen eell
b. a Tribune man, declared that pies
ent eiietuiistant-es pi evented bis mak
ing any .sluiement as to wheihei the
(ump.inv would endeavor to urn the
simps .shcii t-hiindcd or liv to icciult
men.
At Ihe Hull and Nut works but
twenty-two machinists and black
smiths weie einpleijid, being- utilised
iu lepalr wotk. The, .stunk at T
ii'ilock, but the teninindet of the ,'!J"i
men whose duties put Hiein into an
entltelv sepii.itu class of labot, te
malniyl at their places. At the Finrh
winks, one bundled machinists, black
smiths, pallet tl uitikets and labot eis
iiiini the lotindt, (Ull wotk, and at
the .Ml Claw is Itiooks iicitlis nboilt
foi tv men ate still doing intimity
wot K.
At none of these phues weie any
notices, posted, lint il was ptelts gen
erally tindei stood, both bv lite Fini It
and AlcPl.tVe .i Brook's emplo es, that
their concerns would lollow the bad
ol the Allis-Clialmei s tuinpam. Two
men telused to Kci out at Ihe Pinch
win lis, a machinist and a bl.uk
smith. No nif clings oi tlie slilkeis weie
hold .eseida, but this afternoon a
geneial meetnnj of the machinists will
be held tit 'J o'clock- at .Music It ill.
After this, a geneial plan of cam
paign w III be mapped out.
The stv unions inDled iu the stilke
will piobablv delegate lull power to
coiiilnt t Hie sli Ike to tlteii delegates
iu the i ciuni d ol .initiated emploves,
and these will assume complete cbaig;e
of the outne situation, the lev.v iug as.
sessments, watching- loi impoits, etc.
Phaiiniau eamph-dl. of the enunill,
.estiiday declaitd that the slilkeis
will uiuiitenance no rioting and the
stilke will be conducted in a matinci
as ftee itoiu violent acts as the ill
iiiti.l cue can make it
A convention of ear liuildeis will be
called to older in Hullalo at 10 o'clock
Wednesdav muining, at whlth over l,'ii)
iloletrates me epectecl let be piesent
Horn all mil the coltntiv. The intel -ests
oi tne local cat bitildet.s will be
looked altei at the convention piob
ablv b.v one ot the Lackawanna sttik
eis ;tt nufi.ilo The convention Is e
pected to last about seven da.vs, as a
ii.illrni.it oigaiiialion will be foi ined
and main niatleisol inl linpcu tarn e
iliseussed.
MTl'.VTION AT ctTIIi:.'l PliLNTo
Tlnoughout all visteiilaj- loml supo)-.
inlendents and ownets kept the wins
btisv bv telephone and tclegi.iphle nies
sagi's to big inaiiularlut lug cone ei us
all over the count) v, and It was ascei
t .i Ins I bv iheiu tli. il the nine-hour
movement had not met with senetal
sun ess. Heveial of tlie laigest niaiiu
fiictuiets in tlie inuntiy had lelusod
the jietitiou and vet their men inn
tliuu cl at woik The men al the r'ald
win Lot emotive woths, nt Philadelphia,
the laigest iu the touutiy, lenmlned at
wink, as did also those at the Sc henei -tad
Locomotive winks, Pitlsbutg fa)
comotive winks, and Htooksand Jthodu
Maud Locomotive wot lis.
The Htooks people, howeiet, suit
down voltmlaillv yeMeida.v, because of
the ojieniiig of the exposition al Jluf
falo Tlieliands.it the Allis-Phahnei s'
big shetps in Alllwnukee ami Plticago
ine continuing- at wotk. Hie company
having- ki anted lhe nine-huiir duy, but
holding the wage question ill abeyance.
Shops of the Hile and New Vmk (Vii
tnil talltoads ate iu full blast,
'I hese luct.s, showing the Ml ikes to
be- not univei.s.il, enentnage (be Intal
manuf.ic tuiets iu the stand they have
taken and gives some iutihoiil lor the
lollow Ina statement made li one of
them last night
"It looks veiv mill Ii as tliimgh the
niai hiitlsts anil shopmen at .Sct.tnton,
together with thtlr entido.veis, ,ne be
ing left to hold the bag- in this move
ment tor shoi lep hotns and nunc pi.v,"
It lame out yesteiday that the ina-clilnlsts-
ol the Hiiauion Holt anil Nuf
winks eanie wlihlu an aie of eifectlng
a settlement and molding- a stilke
Ptesldent SCebudei olleied to give it
iifty-live lioui week to all bauds until
October I, HUH, and If il was toiind
Mitisiaeiuiy toioniliiue it lndeiiuite ,
also to allow sixty. hour wages to all
lh st-t lass machinists, or If the men
piclciit-il it, to submit the iiucMInu ol'
wages ton boanl ol aibltiatlou, xvhose
ilnellngs wtiis to hi' llii.il. The einploes'
coiniulltee look the offer liinlef coil
sldeiation, hut when thn.i i aine to
iiuike their ansvvei it was a (ejection
of Alt, .eluulei's ultimatum and a
i ouniei -uliliuatuni ol a lliiy.fout bout
wiek at slxtv-houi wages lor all men
.Hike, the demand made unitedly by all
m,n hlulsis
The mm hlulsis aigue that the sdlke
i. mouth be ol Inti',' tluiailou, as tlieie
s n cleat Hi ol skilled mechanics, and
all companies will oxpeilciue the
KI elites! dlflhuliv In sec ui Inn lunipe
teilt help iu 0tei,ite thell plants, The
fuilheiinoie .isseit that I'oieiueu ul
the local shops luo.tdl lullniated to
them betoio they stiuck thill It would
not be many da,s betoio lliev null. I
ii'siune wotk, on the teims they de
iiiandecl. As a lesiilt of (he -mike tp,. two
Pecdand engines which we-e l.ning
lestcil ou the leliwun Lu aawaiiua.
,V Westeiu mad, mil a t'llid which
has Just been turned out of Hut Doik
hon wniks, aie to be tuken t'loni heio
and td.icel on the Inter-Polonlal (all.
wa. Th" luveiitoi. Mi Plevelnnd.
sus ilMt when Hie stilke Is uei they
will be biousht luck
Guernsey Hall,
3M Wasblnglon ave.. Seranton, is the
best and most tellable place to pur
ihuse a pood Piano, it will pay joti
to call and get prices and teim. J, w.
Uucinsey, Pi op.
... m ii.,
ihuoke the Pocono 5c. cigar.
ONLY A PEW
CHANGES MADE
POLICE FORCE WAS REORGAN
IZED YESTERDAY.
Patiolman John Duggan the Only
Member Not Re-sworn Captain.
Edwards Reduced to Rank of Ser
geant uid Lieutenant Davis Ap
pointed In His Place Patrolmen
Goeilitz and Day Made Lieuten
ants What Recoided Molr and Dl
lector Hitchcock Said.,
Tlie members of the police fence welt?
swoin In xosteidtiv afternoon bv lle
eoteler Alolr and as piedicteil In tli"
Tiibtine vestenlay inornlnir theie weie
vn.v few ehaiiBOK. Onlv ono mcmb'T
of the force, Patiolman John Diirk.hi.
was not le-sworn, having tendeted ltls
)esigm.mon, but theie weie -eveinl
idiaiiBe.i among- the oflleer.s In the line
of ptomotlons and tedltrtlons, and two
new men were appointed.
Paptaln 11. J. IMvvaids, who has had
(haige of tin1 police foicy In the day
lime for a number of shears past, was
i educed to the lank of seiKoaitt, and
Lieutenant John Davis was uppalntcd
lo liis pi ice. J'.itiolinnn Louis (Incilltz
was inomoted to the rank of lieuten
ant lo till Ihe vacancy caused by Lieu,
tenant Davis' elevation, Patiolmaiv
Lona ii. J lay was also pimnntcd to the
tank of lieutenant and will take eiiaige
ol the Not Hi Sciantou precinct. He
succeeds to the place thai was filled
bv Lieutenant Spellinan.
The inembeis of the fotte assembled
In the has-cntont of the municipal bulld
li'ir. lu full di es unifotm, ut I o'eloi k,
and man bed into the police asscinblv
loom, wlieie they foiined iu a hollow
situate. In Ihe icnlie of which Itseoi -der
Afolr, Dlrectoi of Public Safety
Hitchcock and Supei Intendent of Po
lice Kobling- toed-, their places,
Plerk K H lteese, of the department
of public o.ifetv, lead the Reneial or
der ic-appointlng- the men and as each
oti"'s name was teat! he answeieel
"piesent" ami stepped fot w aid. Hv
some inistaki! Patiolman Peter ilag
t'eili's name was omitted I mm the
i oil. .Hist as the leeotdei was about
to swear the men In. Peter .stepped
forvvaid and lu a bashful soit of way
.said his name had not been called.
The let older saw a chance for 'i
llltle fun and be intitletetl into the
papeis on the table at which be was
sitting that he giie'sed his name bad
been left off. Il would seem fiom the
tone of bis voice that it bad been left
off puipnswiv. Peter, tin tied to go
amid n btoalhless silonu. and bail
n-.ii bed the door when the icconlei
burst out laughing.
"Pome back, Petei." he said: "Don't
get alfiimed. AVe'll add join name, f
gms"
Peter came back and e,u b and cvei.v
man piesenl removed his helmet,
raised bis light hind and pledged him
self lo "abide bv llu- constitution,'
t le., ele.
Itr.POUDHK'S ADDIinSS.
Tic cinder A'otr then stepped fotwa-d
and made a biief addiess, in which he
said amonj other things:
"This is inthei a niomenloiis occasion
in the blstotv of our city. You hav
c hanged fiom nfhcois of a tblid diss
eltv'to ofllceis- of a perond class cltx-.
I dislte to sn that for ttie lisl two
veais in which vou have been unilet
mv coutiol oui devotion to dutv has
bren won, lei ful. As a toico you an
not ecei iled in the Pnited States In
the wav of plivsicitte in of devotion to
dulv.
"In the- filtute I will ltuielv have a
3c11e1.1l supei ision of ou You will
have in dliee-t chaige of jim as dhec
loi of public safely one of Hip mot
noted eoldieis In this state, a man
equipped for bis duties peilittps betlet
than am man in the cltv. Tho disci
pline under him will be more stiht
than it bus been In the past. We aie
glowing- out of the old village methods.
"1 thank j nn individually and c ol
lcetivelv for votu- ecelliil )ecoid, anil
for vour itnswei vlng- tlevotinii, We
.shall evpect rveiy man under the new
regime lo do his dulv and 1 feel satis-
fled that we shall havs? no tumble."
Diiector Hitchcock, being intioeluced
bv the ice older, made a In lef, pithy
and snappv llltle speefb such as lie
geneiall makes,
"I have no bouquets io ihtovv at
.vou," said be, 'li-cause T don't know
enmigh about sou. I have heuid a
gnat deal about oit and If f listened
to all T hen id and Ihiew inv bouquets
accordingly, I am itfiald then- ne
some who wouldn't got an, Theie
have been many things said about xou,
and each man beie, f am -me, knows
whether these things rue hue oi not.
"You weie appointed not along the
lines of what has been said
but along- the Hups of what we
lllliv expec I of ou lu the In
line A i liv Is Judgeil hugely by Its
police foice. If a xisitnr comes Into
town and sees a slouch, dht looking
lot of men In uiilfniuis be takes a ells,
like to Ihe place -Il nine Th" epi.
tallnn of the ilt.v i ests aig"lv with
.inn, ut men,
"1 want juii to dliectlv uudei stand
that when oidets mo Issued iu the
fiittne thi-.v will mean Just what they
sa.v. It has been said thai coders Is
sued lu the- past haw been issued to
be teatl b.v the men with one e.ve shul.
Thorn will be no sitcii oidets issued
by me. i:eiy older iluit I shall ssue
will menu business ou the sioiind ilom,
and I waul vou to unieilanil II
.MLAN WUA'I Tlll.i KAV
'I expet l jou In Use good Judgnieni
I have lie n el a slot about one of your
number who has been mvoiii in to-dnv
who smirk a diunkeu man In the bac k
when that man was being- lend pe.n e.
ably along- ibv slieet bv two of bis
fi h-nds. Thai lutintet a piece of
biutality thai should llud n place mi
no polh e fon e,
"A policeman .should In at eveiy ta-e
htdoie blm as toes a phvsiejan, He
must eliv nst lilniM If of all pei.sonall.
lies niid must look at Hie ia.se lis a
doctor looks nt his patient , police,
man should not have a temper He
cannot have one ami be a good po
Hi email, lie must be vlgoious. i am.
ful ami tempm ute and must uso good
Judgment, lie mint school ulnis..f to
keep his temper buttoned up iu hi
ryieket and tn keep his appeal auee as
nice nnd tid as possible"
PiipeiliHeiniem P.oblliiR was nihil
upon lo sii homethlng ,nid did so
biietly. but in tb- point. suyu(, that
lie expected the earnest spppoii or tin
iiiiinb'is of tin tone in Hie futine
as In- had It lu tlie past Thorn, win.
had been swoin in signal Ihelr names
to the oaths of oftlce and ihe cett-iunny
was ovei
The two new men swmn In to take
the places (if Lieutenant Spellinan.
icinoved last year, and Patiolman
Duesan, are Phils, Koso and Thuinas l
m&. .D .rW V
cut uiass
ssssss, I, f,.
ill us inn
is all vou
cx.ictinu:
1 Evtrpy piece excellence
Wbm
PsfcgTrn ii
" '"' the moderate point.
Llhltey'a 5tigrs and Creams.
Vxv"VU
5 JkivsA
5 Geo V; Millar &
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Our entire stock ol Hirst-Class Bicycles have
been marked down to about actiulcost to us.
We desire to sell out the entire line as soon
as possible, and ask you to call and let us show
you how much we can save you on a Bicycle
purchase.
J. D. WILLIAMS & BRO.
312-314 Lackawanna Avenue.
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Union Hade
Tobacco
A Good Smoke or Chew.
A Tiial Solicited.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
MANUFACTUKED BY
The Clock Tobacco Co,,
044-46-48 Wyoming Ave.
Scianton. Fa.
ill lillllf-ll Ml. Hose is one of tho bet
Known veiiim; men In South Heiantiui.
lie Is Ihe InMiiK lor ol Hie- Keiaiiteill
Athletic- elitli anil s e niisiileii il io b-
one nt Hie- best all annual .llllleles lu
ihe city. He I- ivif-utj -s-l ye-ais uhl.
ThnilMs (ieiitiiiell. Hit- iltlur new
mini, l a luliUlavei bv ii.ule, behiK
Vice- i.-seetl nt tile III Ii lil.l.v el s'
union. He Is Hlillv-tVVil veins ulil,
Wtlsll!- I'll! iiillis K tivei feel i-leMUl
ami a h'llf lm ln's tall and as -jii.iIkIii
lis uli aiiciiv lie is a iiinmliieill mem
ber "I" lh" S i.iiumi I'aleiloiilau 1 1 1 1 .
The new llellti nanis l.nuls (In -i-llt.
and I. una Pa.v, aie uhi of I In iiuct
iniillai in iiiImms of i ho foi 1 1 1,1 ii
lenailt (iiiellltv lin- s-eivcl loilK I in
tlie icihp than ai otliei nu'lll lier vvlHi
tile fltlKle eNceiiHiill uf I'.lliilllll III
Thomas, Thiuiiut Iileiilenalll Pa.v In
a .MHiimei m-ii -nul I1- ' spicti U I
spec-nitn oi manhood i'.iiialu H.ivH,
who .slice eed.s In the plnee made v.ualit
bv i'.iiliiln IMvvaiiis, hah lieet) ii-i
bais tin- mil's t familiar llRiue on Hie
stieeli- nf the cential cilv In 111- nlIlt
time -"ot ii numb"! of e,ns pisi
Hertsi'iilit IMwaidh has been tlssl ,n il
to citt al the (Vane suet station
lloilM-, ivln-ti SeiKant Ite.'se .louos l.iis
held fot Hi fot M-veial ye-uw past, fsii
ueiints ,loues.. IUctci ami ItldKPW.IV
will hene at lii-aeUiti ut' is nun of
tlllilll Is let be oil dlllv III tile dlv times
ioniiaiieiiil,v
Cooking Deinaiistintious.
lie AlilllllIK Willi tills afle-iuoou (Hit
i untiliulnr; each itfu-i niion llu mmliuut
llu- vieel. al I o t loi I:. Vll Ilwcllc, a
Kl.ullialo nl i hi folleKe of Ibnne-itlr
Si lent 6 of Vou-estei. ,Vat will give
ilPineiiiMiatluii lu ihe ail of i ooUIiir
in .liirim. I.niiu i Sous' lesiaiii.int The
looltins will b done on a jas tauso
ill an iip-ta-dale aiiaiiBi'il MUh-ii A
iuniilf-l llic-nii will lie i-iiiiKeil elallv
Tin- menu loi lo-da.v will be as fol
low s
SliiHldnl When llisiilit Willi Cieain
IJKK 1'u.ir-t
WtNli Raiebli
Oiane ('it-am
Eteain Heat'lng and Plumbing.
P. P. &. M. T. Howley,23t Wyoming ave.
SmoKi.- Uit new Klvou tlsar. 5c,
sw
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iiic.iauic ui ui itiiaiicv auu ucnuivi
will ever find at CHINA HALL
We exercise more care and critical selec- 5
tion tn buying Cut Glass than our most
tutrons. "Averace" Cut Glass
won't suit us, yet prices are at
Bowls. Plates Vases, Etc. 5F
lnvv. g
Co w wjomin atmim
VU Walk In and Look Around S
llniifti Vnn Hn $
il il nil i mi mi
lei U II II I UU UU X0
Nl tin- Null of (In- nlirrl, p,.
liips, but Iml nn tin silicrl, utiles..
e is i itii ;,, i ,ir. inn is nj s.
II cos in mil nn-
.Scrnntnn Rlnvcle
It l nul poilf iflllKl llllll Klimls, Jj
Iml liiiil laii-iln iln Uis in Injure It Sj
Hi. ni tli- ilir.ii nlii-1 'I In so lii-els Jj
si nut tl,i- st rri lei .ii ui ir Jml acil
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126-128 Franklin Ave. O
Cut
Security nf Possesson
Is the tu-asiiied elieam of evt'ty pinp
eity ovv net nt piiispei live imiLliafei .
rieiieiilly. It is not until the f,ili or
('ebaii),L' eif it liolilitiK is eles-hecl that
the c loud upon a title is dlsiovetcrl anil
(.onte-iuplnled plans .tie defeated.
Title lilsuiaiue f il 1 1 pliitec ts .ijjalll-it
ilelei-l uf sea I ell, eiellse nf lit tR.lt Ion
Iti sbiiii, it pinvldis e-oiuplete in
ilcniitllic atiiui I in any loss ai IsinR ftniii
tlie iiintestid validity ul vuili piopiilty
liKbts,
(iil.Ui! .vnlll iiiteiists witll li piillij of
lilt-
Title Guaranty and Trust Company
Ot hcranton, Peina.
516 Spiute Stieet,
I Willis, I'lesllll-ll II lllll l' -
V II Ml lli.w.l, l!illi -- Mull
hi iii -lid -it luist llllll if.
Men's
Underwear
W'e have it, all colors, aP
sizes, all kinds; rauging; in
pr.ee from 25c to $2.50 per
garment, sizes from 2S to 50
inches, Positively the most
complete line of Men's Un
derwear iu town. It will pay
you to call before bnyiug.
4 IS SPRUCE STREET.
Nave you tried our 10c Linen
Collars.
1 . ... . t,S.T, ...,. l ASfTVn
. ulfc. b itii s-eisn, to i-t-lliiur Vermin arj
sB Mjth powderf, for llcoo-t Poultry.
Jl Plaits, Horses, CaUle.bsuneiFleJi
.' en Ucusi Ticks en Sheep. Mom
tei3r I'e-tvcuMtlve. i'nclosi" selfaJ-
I..S1 ,..f.,l , i.n..,l . ., alnnn In.
Ulci'm 0,U.1.,V, s.u.ss.,w w.
tntortniilinii mid order t-aiuple lm. Large cjh
delivered aiijvrliere in U. h or l Jtiadj, tor 40
t.'tn, l)u nut send sumps tor I'owdcr. Charcei
jireti.iiil I'.udiJs u.irantitil el money rcluniii-d.
All liens .should lm eiusUd belorc fettlnp and
Ibieed4sljelure b itcliini;: It taves (lie lives of
tlioiisaniM of little iliicl.i and tnrVes from head
H,c, maki-s cittr beo lav and Lecps them
llllitlll. bilUpJc t'Ol, IO C(!UtH. '
I'lorliels. m-diI us trial ureter for our 8.
penor Oualitv ol Tobaeci) liiul rrve, W'X
tt per pound vou poaniU in Parrel.
Bcrs Vtrrrln Powder Co . 410 Paill Bldg,
Dallon, lack. Co,, Yi, - Seranton, Pav
Oigiuis for Sale Cheap.
You can buy a Rood second hand Or
can ua low as $10 00 at Guernsey Hall,
J. V. Guernsey, Prop. iU Waslilng.
ejn avenue, fcianton, Pd,
BITTENBENDER&CO
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