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THE SCRANTOiV TRIBUNE- TUJ&D A 1, xNOVEMBEli 26, 1901'.
THE MODLItN tiAltDWAnB RTOHJ.
t'(. mm on TIuiiiUhrH Ii;k
tiny anil ".our tut key dln
nci' 111 bo a success.
mo nmdo of heavy sheet
It on. hnw high covpih nml
Prices '!0i , ""(.' , S"V. mill
Foote & Shear Co. x
II9N. Washington Ave Q
flf.fhe Baby Bazaar
Anion? Hie many iitlmctlic tliltis iif
tlic fliott anil Ionic coats in Hriltuiil Cowl,
Cnsl.tntrc mid noselly Rends for tlillilieu
fiom Ms months to two jiais. Silk I'.ipi
In attiaitite -.Isle. I.ei:'!u,,'s. Mittens
nnd the liornlli.s Knit Cap. We ins lie
yout 6iLriil .dilution lo r.m line.
Th? Baby Bazaar,
510 Spruce .:reet.
Nottingham, Irish Point Ucnniil'--s-.tnee,
Brti'-iel?, Mmie Antoinettes
.unl othcit. We ate n lei-ponsible
concern nml sunrnnteu AUTISTIC
hue cilcct cmefully product il.
40S-310 Penn avenue. A. U. Warman.
liulijc .lolm r Istlls i- siiim.; In l'uil nlelplin
lijtiicl Attnine.s . It I.essi-. i umllned 10 IiU
borne l).v illiit-i.
Mi. A. I H(m, ot uMli
s'-ltitr. In .it u Inns, i oiiii.
Milium H hi-, in ("anton,
IiiciiiU in Wot Sainton.
Hon. CiliMn A. (.loss, tin
Jiinni, ji .i suntun n-uoi sit nl.i.i.
(fnileM MiImiuu, ol lliilssu -ticn, Ii.is 11
mi mil Ini'iie fuiiu i wit In lltoflin-ljui;;.
MI- Ilia Ilium , of l-.sllssllle, in-, ii tmiipil
nonie fromo .'. sl-.it with W-.t feii.intuii iclat'm-.
lolm II. lies nuliN, nl ill. cs-15 urc, -pt ui "un.
l.i.v with Ills family rn .orih ll.sde 1'iik iseiiue.
Mi-. 'Hi iti In r, ui Pltiliileiplila, N s-Htinir Jii.
mil Mis Iti'Sal llnllicit, of Nuith (liillelil .ic
Mr. mil Mh lciin. ci Ml. I' m, me si-it-
im; .it tin1 homo of Mmml Kniitici, on N'oith
li-" .lo-ic Ai'.miun, of Ilihiiliu. . I.. In-.
Utiiined honn tii.it. i shil wllli liu male, .I'i'in
liiifli!ii, oi Ninth il ile I'aik asenu-.
Nlioul (.onttullii II T .fijiu, ot (.loin Unlit,
lid Mis l ny .l.i.iiu, tciilut .it ,'o. -1 n liiml,
mo nl .Miliooiiin tdli.i, jiltoiidui!,' the tiinn.il
it tliLii ulitiM, IMwiil M. V.uighn, Loii'ui
tonimt-'ionti nl Mioniu.,; coitnt..
. 1 Ihiiii, iniili nlnu fioihl Jsuil nf tin
( liiU il K.illiu ul ol iv .Ii'Im.'!, i ( till in it hoini
l'tcl(lll mm i i ii li-c, whin- In -pi'iit Miiuln.
Mliih Him; hi iiuiiii(i into Ilio iin.-lion ol
liHiniclpil uMiiu-'iip nt tli.it citj's waliT phnl
ami Irii mil lint tli.it I. mi ionip.uiuti, ai I ir
.ij i.iiiioii i-. tuntiiiKil. I ho in'i lo the ion
Miniir i- ilwnt oni thml time whit il K hue.
In ii.itn-i tin itu . pipul i ili-Limc of c''li
i in nih
il in. Willi mi iiiihanis M. P., Hit fm ilhrs
Jliui' ji-li'idij, lo .itund ,i Ii iinjiiLi gh 'ii in
lih hniioi 'it nu'lit hv tho I'.inihn Aiicriun
hOwifly. I mthl ln adilu'.-i-. th.' miiii- woilou
In Wilkin Itono. jnd tiuiiiMiinv night he will j .
ilit-s Wr-l fu inlini miiHH it M, Dilil mil,
Dm mi; Hit' i iris put of ,ni.tiiilij. Mi. ln..iitni
M,in iiniil.ilmil l'j Miulll I. II -ihiili Mill
'oiiiili ( onnni"-iinir .Mm (0,11111 Mmii.. llo
w.i- ".liuwii tliiuli tin. iomt. jjil .mil oil. u
jiiiIiIIl hnihliii.-. ami mm n nn ililuli-ul lulu lie in
nl the ."-ui inloii i I'll. 'I In' h.iiiiml .it Wll'i'.
Jinn' hi-l muht W.I-. Ol'l' oi tin Hint lhllioi.10
lllljiln 0101' In III 111 til it till ItlM'l- 'tin Id III
fil li'il Knots
Tiist National Bank, Scianton. Pa.
W'n ilChllf to ililmin llif puIjIIb Hint
on (tiul itlter Kiidjy. N'oxciubcr SO,
1901, tin' bninrch ol litis li.mk will 1m
I'liliilni'ted in tin1 lmlldhii; ininicily
I'upii'd by I'oiii'.-i'ii, ('li'itions .s: Co'., o
tiuti'd tit N'o. IJJ LacKitwiiinm iiMiniit.,
'i'liit. U'liipiii.iiy roniov.il Is lU'i'i'Hh.ify
for tin) piiipoMi of I'loi (Iiir: n new Ii.mU
liulldliiK on tlie prfM.Mil piiMiilscs, wlilcli
svn will uo.cupy when the UulldliiB la
r Linen. PicMtlent.
l-.iitf Post, (.'.lahiei-.
TUo I'inest Puilts and Table Dell-
cnciefa, Nuts, Haibtns, Tigs, etc.
Jn f.iet, eu-y tlilns that kocs to jnuKo
your TlnuiKhKKInB dlnngr llr.st't'ltihs in
tint v,.iy ol' trull, WKOtitbleH or potiltiy
wu can oflfr joti, Tiy us and wu Hhitll
endenor lo mtMit your approval.
' 110 Penn avenue.
It Takes Watchful Caie to Piopeily
Hon&t a Tuikey,
Why not penult lJ.tnlty to prop.nr thu
Mlad, untrech, creani aiul puildintf?
Your ov.kM'h will leeelvu prompt utten
tion and lutelllKeiit tnllllliiieni, at l.'O
If the Hen Is Old nnd Tough on
Don't complain. tinwUu 'lltnry the
Fourth," all Havana cIkiiib, ufter thu
plum puddliiK and ou'll tee) happy,
O'llimi'c, '31 Spruce hlrool. "
Ten Per Cent. "Reduction
Op nil MO to SIS Suits nt CrmieV-all
hlwi. "Jii l.apkuwaiiiia ttveiuie. Tal
Go to MacQuahe's Rest tun ant
For your chicken dinner, outer Wyo.
mltig and Linden ttreet.
The popular Punch clear Is still tin
J4er of he JOo cigars.
BOABD OF THADE TAKES A DE
Special Meeting Held Yesteiday
Henul the Hepoit of the Commit
tee Appointed to Consider the Mat
ter of Boycotting Instances Given
When the Boycott Has Been Used.
Boaid Will Assist Any Citizen of
Scianton Who Is Boycotted to Ob
tain Legal Rcthess.
The special eonuiiltlcc ot the Seiiin
ton board of ti.ule, appointed for the
purpoHo of liKiulrlimr Into the alleged
"boycotting," which is koIiik on In HiIh
city, inndu Its repot t at n special meet
ing of the boaid, culled for that pur
pose, at noon yesteiday. The lepoit
embodies the HtntcuionH made to the
cominlttce by several peisons who have
alreatlv felt thu elfects of thu boyeott,
ttntl whoso himlucpt luis been effected
The inectliiif wtiw called lo older by
Vlec-l'ie&ldeiit A. V. Ulekpon, and ho
Immediately culled for the ropoit of the
comuiniltlet'. which was lead bv Mr.
Dlnuukk, (is follow s.
Smntoii, I'J , o. i), I'"H
'i'O tho ''Cl.llltoll llnjlil of '1'udc.
(IriilUnitii. om committee appoli.li'il to in-siMli-Mte
Iht- snlijiit nl linjioltiiiir in thl ioiii
liuinllj wonhl lt-ipeitfiilly uporl M follow!'; At
tlioiiKh It Im lu'tii ii matter of common Knowl
edge tint lioMottiii,' hn linen catilnl on, nmio
or lcs within the li-t tn .M'Ji". in Siniitmi,
onr committee weie nnued .mil duinlitoiindcil to
Ii an to wlul I'Ntcnt till- wcipoii will lirin ll-.nl
hy lorpoiutions .n-oi l.itioni ot einpIn.MiR "J
lilmi, Iibnr oiKiiilMtiniM nnd tutu hints .injl
den chiiitli oimniJtloii- line lien talnlei) with
1lili Mihtle pol-,oii. 'I lie Mvei.il oims lKHiiinltu
itcl III this U'liHl, h.iif hull i-electeil with
tho pmpo-e tint Jon inhtht nee miiln what dlllci
ins tiirnw .mil tondllloni t lii-s ikle-tanle Instrn
liiuitilllj U hisoki.il, iml join (onimiltee he
liem tint, fm the promt .il lci-l. It would
he the pirt of wl-d.,111 lo withhold, at fir a )"S-t-ilite,
the nanio ot llnw who line itTeriil tioni
or hecn frillies- of n-iitiir the jme, lullctin tint
little would he rallied In alif .ntinipt to li.rni-h
what hi- odiirnil in liu' piM. and that the no
tiiilifj of the ho ird bhoultl he limltod la the
Yom imniniltie Im f ul t s- aiit ctalnl tii.it. in
:m inie-l nation it thU iitun, all fOiircr of
liiiorin.itien Mioulil lie mo-t taicfi.lly m lei led,
.ir.it lie lhle to -tale th t, in i icli of the i'l-stnnif-i
cited, with the cNuplion of f.i-c No. 4,
the pirlies who Ii nl liccn lxncolltd i,ipt lied pel--onillr
hffoie jour lointniltti', Wile men of
unqih -llimul i-t.iiiiliii In Hie coiiumiiilt.v, nnd (lie
st itemtnlM tf their ta-e, aivpi'iiinu in t lit le
port, t tie iidiictil to ss i illncr and Mihiuilteil
to tliii :ipiioa when p.i-ihle lielme licitiR Ji--ceptul,
'Ilio Hit- is l.ited in fi-e No. I luilu'il
ii- tln.iii(,'li i thinl ii it ty. hut we ale pup. led
to si'ii'li hr them, and if died upon, would
Mih-itdiiliate Muni. It i- liitdls necr-iiy lo t ill
,om attention to I lie fid tint the use- Ftlutul
loui an eslcnddl pel toil, and :ne not limiltd
to ditliiences siowin2: out of the pie-ml tru
t ion tliipiitc. in which connoetion join tominll
lec would Mite tint they hue tiuiiilon-lv le
iijincd tiom entiiliisr on moiiU of any ili-nuiei
liduten indiiid'ul fi oisaniition-, whatever
In tht'ii iutine, lielicsincr tint this imcMitfiliou
In- uothliii. to 1i with the eiiiitits of filth
di.pulos ii the -Miipalhie- Ipiiilint thcieln, Iml
K.leh- as lo whelhir oi not Iiniic,liti'iiti4 iii-tiu-iiitutalitio
wue lieintf cinphntd
rsr. no. i
"llit tou'is the o-e oi an tiwnn of a weehli
j.xunal ml iol iniutini; otihli-hnunt, and tan
I p hi'-t j;nen m hi- own won'-, "Winn the -licet
i ti -tiil.i lli-i .-laittil. 1 lalltd up my men nnd
.-aid, 'Well, Iho. time is roiiik lo bo liouiile
with tlie 'I'l.ictioii coinpiit. 'Ihis stiiKe mat
la-t two we'k-; it iikis- Ii-t -is mi el.-, hut wlul
I want to Kiinv now i-, tint in ta-o 1 ndc on
the (iu and theic Ii tumble, win thu m not ju.i
will Mill, lit tne. I do not a-1. ou to lidc o-i
the (air. but 1 im coiiu I" lide it .civ e.n- inn.
Tin all Mid, 'Well, II o'i aie wllllnc to t il.e
the chillies we ale willimt too, fur jnu aie the
one who will .-uftri.' and I Mid. 'It I take the
elniKCs one ir two ot ou will bo luiil ot for ,i
lioit tunc'; hlill they i-ahl thty wile willuiR to
Miik by me, mil I v.inld! to know- ii tin would
stick in the union, ami tlv slid lliiy would.
1 am a membei nf a imio'i, and mv ducri are pihl
ui Id the fir-l of .l.imnry. 1 hue tluee minibirs
in mv iiiiplii)kiiiinibeii of jrnoil M indmir, tluie
been with ine "touitun, twehe and lite K lih).
in the tuM plice. aflu 1 hid been ruling m
the tais a wtil. I rnenid a letlei fiom a union
a-kms me lo ntiaiii lioui ndinu' on the stieet
i n.-. I paid ro attention lo it. and continued lo
lidc on the taii-.
I pud no attention lo nthei notice", and they
a'ain asktd mil to dui-t. but 1 Uenl on inlitK
lit the i us Two week likr 1 tieened .inotlu-i
which i i.ul: 'We a:c Htill inforiiHd tint ou
loutinit" to ili-Kgud oni plior notiet-, and oii
ale htiiby intificil tint il ion do not eei-e
liom ndins mi the tar-, the union will be in
loruti'd. and ou will lose wlnt union work uu
aie iloiin..' lc:ned liv the pitsidcnt and ticre
tir, iml on printed piper, and flint woined lite
1 ii-1 a little bit. 1 i .h u woined about that,
:m I Line- It via? romliisT just about time tin
my link ii to mi el, 1 le.li ik (I it from l Iriend. I
did not pit any itlinllon lo it, but the li'St
nimnim; I lemud that a ceiitlemin got up in
the meeting and -I lted tint I hid been lidlni;
(in Hie Mnrt tats and was, theieioie. unfair to
onrimiil Iihot, ind moied tint .1 tomtnittee be
ippointed to in-ttud people lo tike thin .idler-ti-iuunt-
out of mv piper, II v 10 o'doek Sitiu
Uv I knew i mij mi mhir of that committee. I
found Mint thei lui bnii to fee the meichanls,
but I nun i-poke to ,uiv one about it. About
lulf.pi-l two the telephone hell lane, and I
was railed tip by 1 lendini; meulunl. ii-kin(f ins
to call on him I went to hie htm and be Mid,
'I am in tumble.' I a-ktd, 'Whit's the nnltei,
mm" nnd then I1114I111I. (I I new what was
lip), lie f.iid tint :i committee liul called nn
I1I111 -unl si ile I tint he wo"ld lute to tike hit
ailicitiMinint out of mv pipit, .11 I was unfiii j
10 ii iini-u 111101, aim lull I wis iaiiiuiiiiii;
th" Mitel cars I -lid It funis to be a hocott.
Well," I Mid to him, 'I Mippn-e il will be well
fn ton to take om ldMitlmment fiom mv
p,icr, but liiw aboitl jour job woik'? He Mid
I (ould not haic eltlnr. I told lilm thev would
not nrcd lo know wj- dolnt." it fm hint, as
1 neier pi no mv Imprint on am thins:.
"Ile si Id : 'My iloikfi know it ami Ihei will
teport it to the union.' 1 a-ked him ii lie had
bus Idea how lone thl-i tliiiie was coini; to last.
and he ild he hid not, but tint lie fill oiry,
but I told him tint I felt sonler.' I left him
nnd went link to mv isotk, II (jot iioi-ul nrouud
ilurlnq- (lie this and 11 iiumhti nf people i.tmo
tin I kid ute about It, but I paid tin attention
to It I wuit around to the bu-inovi pliteii .main
1'iUlis nioriilnt; and slid to a 1 hit. t ilfil,, 'What
do you want in join tpiie lliirt iiioruini;,' and
lie Mid llu'ie doon'l triin to be nntlhlutr. a- tlie
mrri'lniit had told him not to Kite me an thins.
I Mid I Mippov thai aeconnts lor inv not seltlns
nil' til till u this titonth, llo Mid the ropy
hid bcMi Kiten out to another, (Hid betn pilnt
ItU hi- rlidihr for besenteen cais) Tiom tlieic
I went kiivi (he street to anothrr miiclnnt, 11
nun in wliose More I -pcud Ifti) lo Iftii a jt.it,
mil md, 'Wlul 1I0 sou w-jul in the puiei to.
inuii on tnoinliiKi' Ih; .lid: 'I'iup-i it will Ii.iw
to l-ci without Jinlhliii:' Well, I will tell x on
II ill jiut Hie ii'Jioii, 'Ilic other csenlua in the
lie ire-aui parlm, two tiiutlinien tame In and
one of them nid: "if jou Knosv wiiea uu aie
well oil sou wl keep mm ad, out of that lupen
ou will set Into Irouhlo if oq d nol," fao (0
protect ni)j,elf I niu.t l.tep my ad. out of jour
pipir," I ald 'all ritfht' and sunt to uinthcr
iiiriehanl, ami he nidi '1 nni in tioiible.' I
a-lteil It fm what waj the nntttr, and be mhl:
'Will, jnu will base lo leam inj fpate blink
this su!.t I lusr (0 piotrct niyli, You let
mv tpace lihttik and jou sslll not In.-e 11 penny
hv It,' 'Well.' I eaid, 'It will look fiuiiiv blank.
'Well, thru till It i.p with some othei ad., tint
I will piy oi fur it." I vrnt to social oth r
plates, nnd found lint the committee hud nol).
liul mill eiftv one In tint ildnily. 'flic tldr
ttinlll day nuled 'Iue-d.iv iilitht, in which I line
not itHi'ised an culei fo- any kind of baket
lull, bettellt ball or church soilil ssoik, or 1111'.
think' (( tlie kind, and jd, ilurini; that period,
n'seral aflalt, ineludlm: some itlsen liy ehiircli,
line lal.iu place, and il.e pilnllns for many
jeais itbin In ni", sstnl eUinshere. M lo. so
far is rbosil SJM 11 month, 'llieie tire waldicrs
aioiiiid mv nlncc fiom I) o'tlotli in tlie morninc
until , b'dotlv nt niulit, and 11c IhwIucm nun
tlaic come into Hilt oflleo imlu-i le U watched."
cw: no, 2.
tetall ileakr in tbH ihy Im been bnscottul
iislee within Hie i.l.-t thiee sears In the tlit
in hu bed 'Ilia
tru'thodi pi u-e lis
nn not tc success
full) altad.cd. We
,-et tltMiul 1011IU
i)iil(k(i- and en tho
C01110 and eo 11 s
J. Alfretl I'tonfir
InMaiice, tic wn walled upon by a committee of
it labor oiganl?itlloh, lnqiilrliifC m to whether Iip
ptinhiipil (crtnitt goods In Ness York rlty, whlrli
were Icrtiied titi'itWadors, uinl upon bis slallutt
lltat rucli whs the ease, they Informed hint tnnl
unles lie ilecllheil to imike fiittlur ile nf IJicc
Koodj thelt orRilili.llloli would proieed to ho
(iill llo would tiol roii'ftil to the ilcmmiH n
made, mill tlic Itojcolt wn put III (one. In Hie
Meoiiil Itt'tatiie, lie wa itsl.nl, hi a l.ihot iiiputl'
Mtlutt to rt milt Ihe ue of lil tiime n sin"
pioldiiit ul u tnedlnc, md upon tlullnlm; to do
, nnd niltnllllinr (hit his o.Mitpilhy wn sllli
Ilia other side. 11 botiott was put In foice, nnd
.1 iliculir prliiled nsklmr lite people to .iv.ii'l Ills
Htue, ,lhl Imjcolt Is still III (one.
p.vsi: .so. a,
A conductor, resident of tills dlv, nppr.uctl
before the roiiitnlttee, and .-t.iteif. Hint ilitrlim the
la't two 31 jim, lie had lo'l tniinr nnd iilHlatitlal
roiitl.it t, by iriim ol lh.it fid tint, ntthouith
Ills I'ltiplines btlotiij: lo 11 lulmi' ottfiinlatloti, nnd
ssere. (.otnpelttit inrrliinlo, lltey did not lutP"
lo be mrnibds of the labor oitini?iitlon tnsulinr
the same dedit'tise wot I;, and nfllliited wllli
other labor otttaulitlotis in Ibis tttlliy, 'Ihe
contiacln bus Int; lieeli lost to hint, hnjuic tin'
Slid iittillilcd label ortr.iiil? 1 Hoik line item il to
bo.seott the ptrrnns for sslioni the ssork was to
he done. Within Hie past week, 11 mm who had
been dtrtj-tntiiid lo Rlsliitf him Ids wink, fot
mntil e.us hid -iltl Mill he hid sonii' woik Hut
lie would like lu hue lilm do, but imhiu' 1
cslstlm? roiiillllons, lie would be obllm'd to plate
It cl-ewliete. incinliur bv ei-titi(r condlllon', tlie
sitttatlnn .those doseribcd.
CASH NO. 4.
It hs letined lint a middle tiwl lid, rel.lln?
In the Milittilis ol Ihe tit, who cilns u llsell
lined for her-eif iml family by nellltiK bioks (-hi
is at pie-enl ensnied in noliiltlim Mib-i rlptiuns
fei lite life of McKinley), situiul 11 nuinhti of
sub-cilptions, .iml bi'imr middle hkmI, slie fill
Hut she could not wall, while dcllMrlni: lhr.ni,
its lirp lonl wjs too licit to (itiij-, wh(ieUion,
she is is follossid by some person, unknown t"
her-elf, and her sub-ulbcrs were nollfled tint
she' hid lieitt pitionl?lmr Ihe sluel i us ami
tint Ihey unlit not tike Iter book, 'three oi itei
iiftomcts ufu'ed In jrirpl the hooks, sshlih. of
(otiise, entailed con'ldctalik' lo-, both of tliiu
1 ml metes,
CASH NO. I
A loldcnt of Scianton had Decision to elect .1
bulletin,;. Ilefoie awarding the contiad. lie was
wailed upon hv (omnilllees of 11 lot. libor or
triiilitloiis, a-kimr that tontrictors eniplojlnir
union I ihor should be kImii 11 dnncc lo hid
upon Mine, and that no other thin union lahoi
should be iniplo.seil. Not belniv 'ic(tiiinl(d sstlh,
in satl-lied svllli the ic-poiisi'illlly of the nanus
stiiviie-teil by s.tld (Oinmlttees, he teieised bids
from sesri.il (nntr.ittois, toieiiu? Hie illllrunl
lines of woik, nnd .lssMided one br.uitli of the
work to ,i contractor, all nl stlnwo ctniIoi
lchmir lo .1 miloii, cmilnc Hie .-tine kind ot
work, but not beintr the inic niviiifitiou i
thai lcpiescntdl by one of the commit lu s sslndi
hud wailed upon hint. HI- conti ids, foi net
other brimli ot the work, wete lit to itnplo.stt
of union mm. Tlie coimnitlie, leprr-entltij Hie
niR.inliutlon sshith hid fiiled to secmc the
Inane Ii 01 woik above rcfcired to, llu'iuipon pro
tteded to ln)(tt -lid pirlv, and conmiemid
their ssork by siatlerlns ciuulais lliioiiiilintit Hie
dty and s Hies-, one of sslndi jour tonimitUe Ins
seen and I c ul, and sshith lontilns Ihe lolloss inn
ssoid-: "Ittother Workmen: We appeal to joti
to tit it this (mine- of Url) ss'ilh Ihe -line tnn
temiit that we lceeilul fiom them, Will sou
withhold j'our pationae trnin Hum? We lulu te
.sou will and also fiuiii otheis IiiiIiib biiainc-s
lelitioii- wllh them, 'llnnklnj .suit in adiiin"
for the mtire-t we feel assured sou will tike in
tin- mitlti, we lie
"(Name ot ruionu"
.titl tiuiilir w.h rmloi-cil by the iiim"s nf
two ollur oririnintions. 'Hie puts 111 ipie-llnu
tliereupoti sl-ilul the olliiris of Ihr union in
question, who admitted tint I liny li id i-ued the
liuuhi icleiicd lo. md the silled to him Mill
they would sslthdi.isv Ihe Iwstotl upon his Man
inu an atri eemenl to eniplos nolhins but union
lihot. Thi- he teti'-ed lo do. althou.'li nol cp-Iio-ed
to union labor, lint on Ihe mutiny, btinic
lieqiiently an implnjtr of sime. The ciitulif in
rpiistinu wa- issued ihi'lni; the month of .lull,
11101, and he his betn itifoimed, within ten (lis-,
that .1 plnard, lontiiminu -lid boyiott, ss-as -till
upon the walls of the rooms of said union
C'ASi: NO. U
s. (ontiidur of this ul appeind lieloit Hie
conmutlcc' and staled tint (Itirlns" the pt-t t'esv
tiioulhs an oriraniition upic-etitinif the unpins-(I-
in a leitaiu hunch of ssmk, hid .uciciil suth
an oiinization, lepiesenluifr their unplojrs Hi it
they would imploy but miinbeis of 'aid oiuanii
tion (f emtilo.se-, who 111 tin 11 isreirt to ss-orl.
lor no emplostr- except incnibcis ot ml tmplos
trs' ortrini ition. 'Iliiicupon -lid uri: 11117 itioii
of tniploseis stiud nolue on all tlie niinut.diu
eis in this sidnitv of ceitiiu miteiiil uecessiiy
in slid liade, to the died that if they, the
iiiinuftctmcis, should sell their iiiituial lo an
nihil than to mcmbirs of Iheli -ml inirimVitinu.
they ss ould be bostoltcd. The lonttartor in
iUi'slion stated that he hid soiiLht to purchase
such material of slid ininufietuiits duiini; the
last fesv month-, nnd ;.- late a- fmliv mointni?
la-t, and leceis'ed as .insver Hie st.ittment tint
the miterl.il is 13 in lurid, that they w'ould like
to -"11 to him. but ssere afraid to do si, by
i(.1on of .1 threatened bo.stott by the tor.liactois
boloiiKinff to 3 lid emplojeij." a-.-oi iition.
'Ihe foiecoiii rates sum to jour commit lee to
be faiily illu-tr.ilise of Hie cenor.il situation lis
it esl-ts fodiy in Seiinton, and thev base, tlitie
fote, not thoiiRhl it licee aiy to cite additional
oiks, althoueh mans- ssire btoiielil lo their at
tention. They citinot refi.iin, bosses er, fiom
st.Uinir that, durins Hu- ins 1 Miration, estry one
intctsicwed or spoken to ronceinincr sime, with
out a single exception, deplored .-lid tsi-ting
situation; but miny, peihaps the litiru mint.
bei, esprc-'eil tlmiditv, tear of hopelessness otei
the oitlconip of any action in the matter. Some
ar 1 einer tint they siould bo in tisor of a tuose
inent lookimi; to the bdteiniint of pu-erit condi
tions it onlv they could be .is-meil tint esury
one ssould Join with them, home -Inline; "hat,
their own bojcotls beinir oser, they were diain
dined to inn the ii--I. of fuilhir fmitciil lo- lis
doing atis lluntr that iuIkIiI Kise ri-e to repclitinn
of the same. Soinc stated that they did not thlik
il ssas esfiulicnt to act at the pie-ent, tu.ie,
nlthoiiRh indk.itins no fttilable tiioineut. ia
others announced that Ihey did not think theic
ssas sufficient eisie sitillty in the eommiiuilj to
make itself felt in any diieelion, and tint, ion
seqinutly, any ctloil was u-elt-s. AH of the
abuse cspre-sion- ot opinion, ho,tier, sveie hut
additional esiderieo to jour rommlttea of Ihe far
teichiitff .mil IxiiinnliiiiK dTttts of the eritpiw
pataljsis noss- spieaditnr. slowly but stuely, use:
this communltv, and of which one ot the chief
causes is this noxious ts capon, sshidi is horn rf
conspiracy and can only get its gtossth in com
munities sshere moiai courige is lacking.
Your committee line, theiefore, prepiretl nnd
rei ornmended the pissiue of the follossimr tesolti
tlom. Utiles inc Hut the hoard of tiade as a
body, and its indisiduil niemhers lis ciliu-,
should take no unceilain stand upon .1 nui'stion
ssliicli can be regarded, in no othei light, thin
as one of moril-t
"ltrsolsed, 'Hut the S -1 niton boaid of trade
hriohy iknouncts, unri-eisedly and without (ual
ilkatlon, nuv and all fonus ot boMottius, or
thieits thereof, belieslnir the smie lo be not only
uu-Amei lean, but filal to tleiiiOttatie iiv-tilu-tlons,
and contrary lo sound moral.
"Iletolsul, Tliat the Scianton bo.ud of tnde
hereby appeals to eseiy nun and woman in thu
1 ouununltj- In tesist, by both w-oid and .id, tho
pinplosuicnt of Mil- benunihlnir weapon, belieslnir
it to be iquilly culpable, sshdhu the same is
sslehkd by .1 corporation, an association of cm
plosirs, a labor otsmintion 01 an indisidual.
"Ite.olsed, 'lint counsel bo letiilnul al Hie
rspin-o of Ihe board of trade, to sttk Intal 10
ilriss for any icaidciit of Sranlon who slull, here
ifltr, find lilm, or heiaelf, the object of ,111 no
tuil or atlcmlited botcott, nml shill Into sills
liul the picsfdent ami .icrelny of the hoard
tli.il. prima fide, the tase calls for Ititerfeience
ssliliiu tlie mcinlntr of tluso rcsolulloni.."
Jin, DIMMICK'S ItRMAUKR.
When he hud finished rending the m
nort nnd tho resolutions!, 3lr. Dlnnnlek
explained that nono tif the members of
the committee wcie opposed to organ
ised labor, but all believe In tho co
operation of capital and labor for tho
best Interests of the city at large, and
that both must be hold to certain re
strictions of bound moral courage.
Tho committee, ho bald, has endeav
ored to suggest 11 remedy for the sup
pression of tho boycott, but havo not
endeavored to settle any disputes. In
view of tho movement that Is now un
der way for tho erection of it memorial
monument In this city, It behooves the
citizens generally to see to It that till
existing conspiracies tiro wiped out, mid
that all who pi each vlitue praetlco It
Mr. S.indeison moved that tint lepovt
ot the committee bo received, that tho
ivholutlous bo adopted by tho bo.ud,
and that tho report and resolutions bo
printed In tho newspapers. Thu motion
was unanimously adopted, a standing
vote being taken,
t'ontini'tm" I.', tf. Williams then or.
feied the following motion:
"That from now on tho niombers of
the Scianton llomd of Trade cease to
boycott the Scrantou Hallway coin
puny," The motion was seconded, but Piesi
dent Dickson deelaied It out of older,
as the meeting ss-ns only called for the
pin pose of receiving tho icport of the
A motion to adjourn was then enter
Uined, and tho membeis repaired to
the dining tables where lunch was
Mrvcd by llanley.
COMMITTEE DIDN'T REPORT ON
NO, 40 SCHOOL.
Bids Had Been Consltleied at Two
Meetings, but Chairman Sclnlefer
Announced That the Committee
Had Not Yet Agreed Seveinl New
Night School Teachers Appointed.
Schools to Be Closed on Thursday
nnd Friday Teachers "Docked"
for Not Attending Monthly Insti
tute. Despite the fact tlitit the bids lot the
roiiHti ucllun of the new school in the
Second ward, lo be known as Mo. 10,
lutil been conslileietl by tlie building
roinniltleu of lite botnil of cotitiol nt
two mooting", no icpmt ni forthcom
ing nt best night's leguliir meeting nt
"Handing committee," tailed out
"The blinding committee bus toiisltl
ctetl the bid1" for No. 10 school," Mild
Chttlrmnu Schriefor, "but hits touched
no Melinite conclusion. The cominlttce
reports ptogtcss on this matter."
There weic six bids for the construc
tion of tills building opened In public
meeting it week ago. The lowest bid
dots weto K. Sykes' Sons, the next high
est being "M. .1. Illicitly, whose ilgine was
it little mote Hunt tt bundled (Inllm.s
Tlic tcfieheis' committee loiomtnend
eei the temporary appointment of the
lollowiiur additional night school toach
ets, nml the lecommetidations wete
unanimously adopted: No. 2, Frank
Gorman, Jlaud U'balen, Margin et Itlch
nrd.son and Jennie O'llojlo; No. ', Miss
llelle Murray, .Miss Anna Stanton anil
Miss Susie Metliutli: No. !i. Miss Mary
Mullen; No. IT, .Miss Alice Itiddle: No.
20, Miss Lily AVatkins; No. 2,,, P.. II.
Martin, Miss Howell, airs. Jenkins and
Mrs. Whit: No. 2G, Thomas II. Ward,
Mis. Dawson, Miss Thomas and Miss
Tho committee also leeommended that
both the day and night schools bo
closed on Thinsday and Friday. This
1 ('commendation was adopted, as wits
also another icOommoiuliiig that the
follosvlng fe.tclieis bo "docked" one
day's pity for fulling to attend the last
monthly institute: John M. Detiumont,
Nellie It. Ue.imMi. M. J. Kelrlck. M. D.
MeCawle.v, Cslhor .Moses and Saiah
II. J. O'Malley repotted that a num
ber of children woie staling tisvay fiom
No. 23 .school, because of a fear on the
part of their parents that theie is a
likelihood of a c.ts-e-in at this point.
Ile said that Superintendent Davis, of
the Clark Tunnel Coal company, had
informed him that tho compnnv's mine
did not extend under tlie .school.
Chairman Schriefor, of the building
committee, stated Hint the committee
bad engaged Civil Dnglneer Illcwltt to
make an insestigatlon of the place nnd
ascertain if the heboid is endangered In
Ptesldent Gibbons appointed the fol
lowing committee to act in conjunction
ssltlt Stipotlntendent Howell in consid
ering Hie question of establishing a
normal training school: T. J. Jennings,
W. A. Mny, O. 17. Schriefer, D. J. Uoche,
Kilns Kvans, F. P. Harker and P. J.
"It may be necessary," said Ptesident
Gibbons in announcing b.N appoint
ments, "for this committee to do a little
traveling, and if so it should be author
ized to expend a little money." Tho
board failed, hovsever.lo do any author
izing. Samuel S. Sloal ssas appointed janitor
of No. 2S annex.
-. . ..1.,
Tom 1st Cars on Nickel Plate Road.
Seml-sveekly transcontinental touiist
cars between the Atlantic and the Pa
cilic coasts are operated by the Nickel
Plate and Its connections. Tourist cars
leferred to afford the same sleeping ac
commodations, with same class ot
mattress and other bed clothing that
are provided in tlic regular Pullman
sleeping car service. These tourist
cms leave Boston Mondays and Wed
nesdays, and leave San Frmtelsco Tues
days and Fridays. Berths In these
tourist cms are sold at greatly reduced
rates. Conveniences are offered without
extra cost, lor heating food or prepar
ing tea or eolfee. uffordlng every lacil
ity for eomfoil on a long journey, es
pecially for lainllles traveling with
children. Lowest rates mny be obtained
always via the Nickel Plate toad for
nil points In tho west. For special in
formation tegardlng all trains on the
Nickel Plate road, including these tour
ist cars, consult your nearest ticket
agent, or write F. J. Moore, genet nl
agent, 201 Main stieet, Buffalo, N. Y. "
Dr. N. Y. Ieet Has Removed
His offices from tho Fhst National
Hank building to corner Wyoming nve
nue and Spruco street, over Dime bank.
Kntranco on Spruce stteot.
Thanksgiving" Ice Cieani Orders.
A mutual advantage will bo dPtived
by advising llunloy of yuur lequhe-
41..-. no.iit.ul rwisisllilp liminent.
meiur, lie tut vt. .-.'- 1 -.T.,...
Phone or call '20 Spruco sti oet .
For Gentlemen Only.
"Henry the rointh," clear Havana
clguiB. Unexcelled in quality and work
ninushlp. O'Hara's 4!U Spruco street.
Smoke the popular Punch 10c. cigar.
Huyler Novelties, iuex
peusive. Finest FruitSi
Vegetables, Fancy "Groce
ries, Chaiupague Cider,
Cigars &c, Our stock is
most complete and repre
sents nearly every civilized
couutry on the Globe,
E. Q. Coursen
Wholesale and Retail,
INSTITUTES FOR FARMERS.
They Will Be Held in This County
The attention of our fm mors Is called
lo ihe list of Inclllutcs. to Im held In
this county this winter by this stale tie
pmtinenl of agriculture, insisted by
the local board of Institute nimittgorrf
for tho county. These meelliigH urc In
the Interest of till our fmineis, unit open
tti all. The expenses of conducting
them Is borlie by tho state. Nn collec
tions nre allowed or the udvertMiig or
any business. The discussions aie
upon farm topics for tint beuellt of
farmers. Anmige your business so as
to attend and take part lu tho exer
cises. All classes or citizens ate wel
come, and Interesting pi ogm mines
lmvo been pi opined.
The county chairman Is Henry W.
Northtip of Glcnbitrn who will bo glad
to send programmes or Information to
nny one who will make the lenttesl.
Tlie slate speakers who will he pics
cut mo: lion. Thomns J. Phillips, Ptof,
Wells. W. Cooke. Ptof. 1,. A. Clinton,
Hon. 1. W. Mghty, Hon. It. F. Swarlz
and others. The Institutes will bo held
at the following dales nnd places:
Mndlsonvllle, Dec. C and : Clark's
.Summit, Dec. 7 mill !); Bald Mount,
U and lu; Floetvllle. 10 and 11; Tomp
kinsvllle. 11 and 12; Dnlevlllc, 12 nnd
13 of December.
CONFESSED TO ARSON.
Mis. Louisa Weaver Signs Wiltten
Statement Setting: Forth That
She Set Her House on Fire.
Mis. I.ouls.t Wcnver, the elderly
woman who svns arrested on Saturday
last on tho c hinge of in son. signed a
written confession yesterday In the
presence of Superintendent of Police
Kobllng, Detective Day and Sergeant
Dieter, setting- forth that she deliber
ately sot tho house at 1220 Sanderson
avenue on lire for the put pose ot ob
taining the $.100 Instuanco which She
recently placed upon her furnitinc.
The woman lived on tho second lloor
of the bouse at J2.'0 Sanderson avenue,
the ground lloor being occupied by the
owner, A. Conrad, and 111"? svile, both
of whom were asleep early Saturday
morning when Mrs. Weaver set the
place on lire.
In her signed statement the woman
admits that she had $300 insurance
placed on her fiunituie iccently with
the deliberate intention in mind of set
ting the place on lite. She says that
she moved the best ftnnitute out of
the house a few days before she set
it on fire and that she wns prompted
to do what she did by her cxttome
need of money.
Jt is duo largely to the cft'oits of Do
iccllso Day that the confession wns
secutetl fiom the woman. He pointed
out lo her that the police had an al
most flawless ense against her, even
her own daughters pinctlcally ad
mitting that tho story she told in police
court on Sunday morning did not sound
He explained lo her that, if site plead
ed guilty she would stand a much bet
ter show In couit tlitin if she went
in Willi a plea of not guilty and sought
to bolster up a practically hopeless
i use with a tissue of false testimony.
Site appt eclated the weight of bis ar
guments and voluntarily wrote out and
signed the written confession. Sho svas
later taken to the county jail.
Tlie maximum penalty for deliberate
ly setting lire to a dwelling house in
this state Is a fine not to exceed $4,000
and impilsonmeni at solUmy confine
ment for a period not to exceed twen
F. H. UPTON ARRESTED.
General Manager of Imperial Faint
Company Charged With Embezzling-
Francis II. Upton, foimer general
manager and ngent of the Imperial
Stain, Paint and Filler company, was
arrested yesterday at the instance of
George D. Brown, one of tho stock
holders, on thu charge of embezzling
$2,134.48 of the company's funds.
The warrant svas issued by Alder
man Kasson on nu information sworn
to by Mr. Brown before his attorney,
Cornelius Comegys. Mr. Upton, when
be learned that the warrant had been
Issued, appeared before the alderman
with Martin Flynn, proprietor of the
Lackawanna Valley House, who svent
his ball In the sum of $1,000.
Mr. Brown, when seen yesterday af
ternoon by a Trllntno man, said that
Mr. Upton's nrrest had been decided
upon at it mooting of a few ot the
stockholders held in the morning.
"The company recently made an as
signment," said he, "because the busi
ness svas not paying. We could not
understand it at all. We seemed to ho
doing a good business and yet wo kept
going behind. We began to look o"er
the books ot the concern and found the
sotuce of the trouble.
"We discovered evidence to show
that Mr. Upton, lu whom sve placed tho
most implicit confidence, had been mis
appropriating largo sums. We found
that he bad many impioper entiles nnd
thnt he hud chaiged up ns expenses
largo amounts which he had absolute
ly no authority, to spend without con
sulting tho otllcers of tho company,
"For Instance we found ono Item of
JfiOO charged up on tho books for 'din
ners, cigais and other expenses.' Theie
svero no voucheis to show thnt this
huge expenditure had been authoilzod
by anybody save Mr. Upton himself
and he had no right whntovor to ex
Corset Covers and Skirts
Ladies' Fleece Lined Corset Covers, made in Natural
Wool and Mercerized; does away with cumbersome Un
derwear for women who desire warmth. Will not shrink
nor will fleecing wear off,
Short Skirts, also, of the same material.
PRICE & JENKINS, 130 Wyoming Ave
MaIon?y Oil 5 Manufacturing Company,
141-149 Meridian Street. J
TELEPHONE 262, T
pend mly stun without iiiilhotlly fiom
the nftlcers of the company, tt Is tuts
tonmry In most companies to ullow n
certain amount for legitimate- expenses
Incut red lit treating customers, but
wo would hnrdly itgtee to such nn ex
pendlinrc ns tltitl.
"In addition to this Item we found an
unmitlioilzed Item ot $;o ihai-Ked up
every month ror the Inst six or eight
mouths of the ctunptiny's existent e,
These facts, wo believe, fully .Instilled
us In causing the arrest of Mr. t'plon
mi tlic chin ge of embezzlement.
The St I.ukc'M parish house ntidltoritiin
will be lllled with lovers of artistic
woik at tin; plituti, for II Is snld thnt
lloehmitn In wonderful lu his nuistety
of that well-known and much abused
The excellence of his work can scitue.
ly be understood In ntlvmire he uuisl
be hemd. Those who lutve henid him
cannot find words lo express their ad
miration of his ability ami skill. This
Pittsburg notice Is like till the rest:
The performance of it young Uiwsliiti
pianist, Aithtir Hochmmi, en me us it
stitpilse to till who heard lilm al Un
closing conceit. With less laudation
fiom presH agents than most imnmis
pianists who come this way, his playing
computed favorably with them. He
came upon Pltlsbutgets quietly, and,
i dying entirely upon his merits, won
the plaudits of the thousands who
heard hlin. In tlic Liszt Concerto In 1 3
lint he undertook the translation of a
work ilinicult mid wonderful. Ho phiycd
to the accompaniment of the P:uir or
chestra, nnd his coloring nnd thoiough
appreciation of the beautiful pmls
came us it teal pleasure. He is tiuly n
pianist of no menu calibre, virile and
powerlul, and withal a. thinking inu-l-clnn
ss-liosc execution selves as u ve
hicle for the real depth of his concep
tion. He has a wonderful wiisl, and
seemed lo delight lu rapid vims and
Hills. For an encoie be played a
TschalUowsky number. In this he was
not accompanied, mid gave a delightful
lendition of the dainty music. His pi l
formanee augurs well for bis mining
tour, uiit'l Plttsbiiigei-s will welcome
him at bis concert bete this winter.
The Flushing Lender.
Five Weeks Then Cluistmas.
You surely want photograph for the
holidays. Do ou realize, though, that
the lime is growing short. Aulslle
portrait work", like that which comes
fiom S'.hriuvei", cannot bo hastily pro
duced, Mot ul: Come to tho studio til once,
or at range for a silting by 'phone.
Benefit of Young" Ladies' Society.
Miss Beatrice Herford. tho inonolo
gist, will give an entertainment at the
Bicycle club bouse, Tuesday evening,
Doc. :l, under tho auspices of the Young
"Ladies" society of the First Prebylei-
lan church. "
There's n Surety of Purity at
Ueiueniber this svlten oideiing jour
Thanksgiving pudding, iced creams, en
tices or ices. 'Phone or leave your or
ders at 420 Spruce stieet. "
Smoke the Pocono Gc. cigar.
Every shirt we sell is
made especially for us
and bears our own label,
vre have a say as to what
it shall be made of, and
its the best of everything
from the buttonholes to
Garner's best percales all
neat exclusive patterns with
two pairs of newest slyle link
We also show a nice line of
coat shirts with attached cuffs,
made from a new fabric,
known as printed madras
very light and comlortable,
Some white Shirts with
plaited fronts attached cuffs
very swell for infoimal wear,
Umbrella Manufacturing: Co.
Wo roil.c to piiUr, icpiir ni il tc-coscr uniLrcl
lis anil ptrasoU ot dUTi'inil (oloii at iM-omnla
piicos, We snaiaiikc all our suik
313 Spruce Stieet.
I sMWih-l(HWn AnTV
; ; Ladies' call at once ; ;
and secure some of our j
I elegant imported hand- ! '.
', ', kerchiefs and collars to ; ;
embroider. The latest
I Cramer-Wells Co., I
i.l Wyoming Ave.
If your woik keeps you out ot
doors the popular head covering' to
wear is a cap. One of the wnrra kind
that can be drawn down over the
ems as the weather grows colder. A
laige assortment at
'"A Gentlemen's Furnishei''
305 Lackawanna Avenue.
I GIVE TRADING STAMPS.
Jackets, Ktons, Raglans and New
market Dress walking and rainy
day Skirts. Our prices arc reason
able. Guaranteed to give satisfac
tion. Goods furnished.
King Miller, Merchant Tailoi
432 Spruce Street.
Seertul s li r ire i lo .suiii pi.ue
unl Jtert'. Om
Stock is exception illy good .pialitj fot tif pin".
Email sums tilk bis urn! Inse nimli tii'njtl
einongat our eutoiulile oneiiiitj-,
.112 Spruce Street.
Will be continued Tuesday and
Wednesday. This spread of
under-valued offerings covers
every housefurnishing requis
itebut particular attention
has been given to aiding
Thanksgiving preparations, as
the following quotations de
note. DINNTII l I". 1W Pi'-e
sniciiiaii pmeililn, llotal tie- C7 OR
i;yi i:iion" ruii.i". !
f.i.it, iiuiiitn on. rinihii, en oft
llllti.l lt-s '" JO
Mlll.llOMII), l,"Meu Oil I fili.Ii. TO
liieln-, liUli, II Int his ssiile.l fiiilic ile-p,
litass- I'i'S 1 1 plate minor. CI (SOS
ailiaie tailing . , . iPIt.VP
PIMM. flHUK 'ill'l C AQ
Mk, lol'iiual li'Lii P '
Fne Thanks?ivin? Souveiir
lluitv-ai Inch I'luo llaik prcscntccl to
r sen puuiiaei if konils to tlie amount
oi MO, er cisu I i.oiio I lenihli ot (laMcii
Oak I iuitli.
CREDIT YOUP CERTAINLY!
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