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THE SGllANTON TlUBUiNE-iUOiNlJAtf, MAV 12, 1002.
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SCUAXTOX, MAY 12, 1!)02.
For governor of Pennsylvania, on the
Issnto of an open field and fnlr piny,
JOHN P. ELKIN, of Indiana,
subject to the will oC the Republican
The Court of Last Re3ort.
VARIOUS requests have come to
The Tribune fur It to make,
In behalf of the community,
a strong last anepal to the
miners for pekev. After uaieful rellec
tlon, we do not s-ee our wiy clear to
comply. This matter of striking in a
' finish fiRht. likely to last for months,
is a matter that concerns the miners
moot. They, therefore, should decide
It, for and by themselves. The lefer
ence of the question to a direct vole
of the different locals gives no room
to doubt that the vote as cast at Ilazle
tou will be u fulr majority expression
of the will of the mine workers inter
rsted. The will of the majority is a
principle nl the loot of republican gov
ernment, nnd we shall bow to It in this
All that may with propriety be f-aid
is to voice tho hope that the de
cision to be registered at Ilassleton may
rellcct the careful and well-thought-out
views of the substantial elements
among the mine workois. The miners
know what their condition today is, as
compared with a few years ago. They
know wiiat a long strike means In way
of loss, anxiety and suffering in tho
home. They know the wakeful nights
and tent fu! laces that It often means
to the women and children in the little
home, as well as the general dread and
fear prevalent in the community during
the tedious and suspenseful period of
the struggle. They are bettor able than
outsiders to estimate what the chances
of victory are for them in rase the
present suspension becomes permanent.
t is unnecessary for us to tell them
that the operators have apparently in
vited a test of strength at this time as
being a time for it preferable to any
other, from their point of view. Noi
ls it lequired of us to point out that if
the test comes there will be the potent
power of millions behind the operators,
while the miners will have only the
amount of their respective savings to
sustain them and their families against
the evil hunt's of want.
All these things, we may fairly as
sume, are fully understood by those
whose ballots today will decide what Is
to be the outcome at Husslelou on
Wednesday. We note, as .significant,
that the mine bosses are not now try
lug to avert a strike, as they tried in
former years. Kvldontly they have re
ceived instructions to place no obstacles
in the way of those who seem Inclined
to precipitate the bntlle when the com-,
panics are most willing to have it.
Thus the chances all indicate that Un
vote cast today will be a fair vote, and
one given understandiugly. To an ex
pression of that character, it is the
'oiuinunlly's duty 10 submit. If it
means n strike to the last ditch, tlu-ie
will bo tho certainty of peace for years
afterward. If a strike shall be averted,
the good Judgment and common sense
of a majority of the mine workers will
be entitled to iho credit for averting it
and for saving their own and the com
Announcement Is made th.it City
Superintendent Howell, upon his letlre
iinent from the supeiiiuendeney, will
iig,ige In the practice of law. In Unit
i)judeitak(iig we wish him abundant
"success. lie has splendid mental -and
physical equipment for a billllunt ami
miceessful career at the bar, and wo
yvedlot that he will soon occupy u fore
"rtiosit position among the strong prac
"fttloners. - Attacking Criminal Greed.
I.I. THK elements ot conspir
acy are present In the allega-
loits set forth by the gov-
eminent In Its petition for a
restraining order of court against tho
jmcat trust. It Is icasonablo to assumo
tjiat the uttorney general of tho United
States would not
lend his name and
;Ii'cstigG to such
a bill of averments
SJralnst a leading American Industry
without being substantially eortnln of
lfjs ability to product) proof, While It
is not for the publlo to render a verdict
hi advanco'or tho hearing, we may say
thatJJ; feels confident that the govem-
'niwIfwIH establish its case.
tjf It should be noted that the proceed-
mc under which the government is
.moving to protect the people, and es-
'peclully those of small means, agulnst
Tpn Inequitable combination which II-
justrates its power in an aibltiary maii-
Jjpulfttlon of the prices of food articles
of urgent' necessity In every household,
Ms precisely the same ns litis been ob-
Jccted to as "government by injunction."
It Is an equity proueedlng and not only
;ms jit ucs already committed but
likewise at ncls the commission ot
which Is believed to lie a reasonable
expectation In view of what has already
taken place. The only other method ot
proceeiltire open would bo a criminal
piosecutlon, requiring Indictment by n
grand Jury, a Jury trial and all the un
certainties attendant upon the ordi
nary processes. '
This way, the relief of the people If
tho government makes out Its cn3c,
will bu Immediate, because the tempor
ary Injunction will remain In force
while appeal are pending. It Is a
convenience when rightly used; and the
present use will commend Itself to every
lnloiest except those with whoso greed
and unlawful profits It threatens to In
It peeiiift to us that It H a small po
tato typo ot politics In tin- senate which
seeks to hound nnd hnrrass tho admin
istration for sending a special embassy
to attend the coronation of the King of
Knglnnd. To send such cmharslcu Is a
custom of nations, Kor the United
Htates to be conspicuous In refusing to
send one could have no other meaning
than as an affront to a filendly and
kindred power, and one absolutely with
out provocation, Justification or ex
cuse. Xow that our country hits bo
come a world power let us outgrow
small potato statesmanship if we can.
Nino Out of Ten.
iVriirtDAV'K mlmnry in the
First district completes the
selection of state delegates in
Tuzerue county and" leaves
the outcome 'J for Klktn to 1 for
Wattes. Saturday's primary Is In
structive because the snpnortets of
Colonel Waties had claimed that the
victory of the Klkin forces in tho other
districts was achieved through man
ipulation against a popular majority
for Watres. in the city of Wilkes
Karre, once a sttonghold of political
insurrection, with two gentlemen run
ning on the "Wat res ticket who are
among the most distinguished and in
fluential In that city, the result of n
dliect .appeal to the people following
a Joint discussion of the Issues Is the
election of Klkin delegates and the
polling of a majority vote directly In
favor of Sir. Klkin's candidacy.
Those who attended the joint debate
between the two gubernatorial aspi
rants Friday night will not marvel at
this result; for it was tlteto clearly
evident that John P. Klkin's style of
manly, unequivocal and unmurmuring
lighting, with malice townid none and
charity for all, gained the cordial ap
proval of the audience. Instead of at
tacking individuals or voicing disap
pointments he took high ground good
naturedly and appealed to the people
for fair play.
The primary shows that
Ills appeal was heard, and this Is the
leasou why the larger Influences now
opposed to his candidacy,' in spite of
the brave show of confidence which
they aie maintaining for effect, are
in truth afraid to face the Klkin move
ment openly nnd to permit a dliect
test of strength.
Whatever the outcome of the June
convention may be, the ictories won
by John V. Klkin wherever an oppon
ent coujd be induced to step Into the
arena establish him as pre-eminently
the best political fighter among tho
young Republicans of our state. Ho has
made his campaign on the unassailable
ground of belief in majority rule. He
lias asked bis opponents to meet him
befoie the people. Jle has won in
everv convention dlstilet when- an
open flghL could lie coaxed or forced.
He. intends to continue that -policy
throughout the present canvass and do
his best to win. f-hould he succeed it
will be an uupnialleled triumph; but
should he lose it will be a defeat with
honor and it will butt htni less than It
will harm those whose record is black
ened with ingratitude or smirched with
The opinion is exptessed by "Roderick
Random" that William Council, in es
pousing the cause of Mr. Klkin, "has
not tied his chariot to a star." That
may or may not be, Rut he has kept
like a man a man's pledged woul, and
he has the satisfaction of knowing that
the Republican people of Pennsylvania
as shown by their votes are with him
In his prefeience.
The frightful tragedy of Mai Unique,
now confirmed In appalling detail,
shocks wiiile It challenges the civilized
world. Nothing In way of comment can
do justice to Its awfulness; but the
quick i espouse of humanity with le-
nei ior i m surviving victims js a
bright spot In tho gloom. It Is gratify
ing to observe that tile United States
was not tardy In providing- its quota
of aid. Much has yet to be learned as
to the extent of the calamity. Let us
hope that the destruction of life may
upon fuller lnfot million tuin out to
have been less than Is now supposed.
Government and Injunction.
AXKW manifestation of "gov
ernment by injunction" has
arisen in Washington, and
its victim Is the government
Itself. Recently, under a. liberal In
terpretation of the postal laws, the
post ofllce department denied ihu valu
able privilege) of second mall classifica
tion to a number of take peilodlculs
which are In reality nothing' moie tlmu
advertising posters. Tlio publishers
took an appeal to thu courts of the
District of Columbia and, in equity
proceedings, have just won trom one
of tho Judges a temporary restraining
order directed against the postmaster
general and requiring him not to deny
tho pilvllege uforcfculd,
In tho reply of the postal deptutiuent
the Issue ot no Jurisdiction will bo raised.
Postmaster (ieneral Puyno holds that
under the acts of congress the postal
authorities weie within their discretion
In what they did; null that for the
court to Interfere would bo an as
sumption of legislative power by the
Judiciary more obnoxious tliuii the
assumption "( legislative power which
the court alleges had been made by the
executive puwer when U construed
liberally the pobtul law relating to sec
ond cluss mail.
Wo do not feel qualified to discuss
this legal technicality; but It Is obvious
that tho defeat of the post olllco de
partment's purpose to reform notorious
abuses In the second class of mall
would be u 'misfortune falling In the
end Upon publishers as well as upon all
other citizens, Legitimate news nnd
literary publications nro selfishly ns
well as unselfishly concerned In pre
venting undue nnd pernicious privilege
to fake and trashy publications which
simply use the malls tti prey on human
Ignorance or gullibility.
The last thing heaid of our old-time
Scran ton friend, i-x-Consul Oscar F.
Williams, was his proposition In the
Independent for an "Imperial swap"
between this country and Great Brit
ain, the Philippines to bo exchanged for
Newfoundland, the Bermudas! nnd the
Ihitlsb West Indies. Wo tiro grieved
to mid thai this suggested solution of
our Oriental troubles, although set
forth some weeks ago, has not yet elec
trified the country. '
William .leanings Iirynn has caused
the announcement to he made that ho
has adopted Journalism as his regular
profession and will heieafter be a poli
tician only incidentally. Mr. Hr.van Is
about to go to Cuba to report the In
auguration of President Palma for Col
lier's "Weekly, and we shall avnlt with
ctiiloslly to see whether ho can equal
with his pen the fluency and Inaccuracy
of his mouth.
Tin- proposition to combine Arizona
and Neiv Mexico Into one state has
little to commend It. The only argu
ment for It is temporary the smallness
of present population. There are re
sources In both territories amply suf
ficient to attract millions of population
in the fulness of time. ,
Rumor has It that King Kdward has
selected Professor William E. II.
Lecky., the historian, for a. coronation
peerage. So long as peerages exist wo
can think of no subject of the British
king better fitted than Professor Lecky
to have one.
The Mindanao sultans recognize the
inevitable when-they see It. Uncle Sam
has cut his eye teeth in the military
handling of Malays and henceforth the
latter w 111 be sood.
The crew or the Chicago evidently
shipped a goodly supply of the material
necesary to impart the conventional
Vermillion hue to foreign seaports.
Costa Rica Is undoubtedly lacking In
modern patriotic "ginger." Her new
president has been inaugurated with no
signs of revolution In the skies.
Tho managers of high-class vaude
ville and lecture bureaus are keeping
an eye upon the movements of Clara
Taylor these days.
And the Illinois state administration
also seems to be solid with the people.
THE MODERN MOSES.
IMllur at 'llio 'Jiilninu
Mi: Our education il uuik in l'oilo llleo U
alone Hiflkfi'iit to justify nr soing inlu the
LOiiiin lultle, with "Hipulliej!ii.-.ni inc.ii.s Kn
lUhlramuit" iinbl.i0-iml on oui- L.mnei-. Whit
an ohji'Ct lesion. Sum did not build .1 f-iiijrlc;
tilmul hou-e in l'orto kuo in 40) )e.n. lie
shies thu ImlitliuK of irntcd buildings, wo built
.mil opened Ihiil.v-twn will-equipped, gudul
xilienl Imlldiiijrs m one ye.n .1 few Imndied
pupiU v, Inn we bcg.iu, Mid now, .l.nuuo 1, 1UIU,
tin to an- l.i.WXi, with tut teacher. 1'ai- moie
tejtheis now, than there wcie pupil! when we,
hi'tran our wmK. Hight bundled and eventy-llic
K'liool-, in il.iil,t opu.itioii, lioliks .1 line noiinil
M-hooI. What dues it mean II ineaua ju-t what
the umum n iiho-l In- ineanl, mid s-lill nu-nii
lor the Inltiil stale, the ability to put bialni
into hallos, the iieilion of (,or,d iitl.cn-,; in
laei, it meaiw that Jtrpuhlitani-an always meant
the hc-l for (.uh. and iaih toi the het.
Hut that i- not all we h.ne done in l'o.lo
llki). It.v .-.uiitali'Hi, iiifni' nmk and bctlu ,n,i I,
we mimed the death late, Horn Iho ten lead
inn: iIIwjm.-, Hum JllS in JlOil, to 7,721 in
1WU, a icdiiction of 1 0,1,1)7 III 0112 jear.
Still fiuthei, we h.uc maiu'llou-ly imu-.i'd
the Maud's .poiU and iliipmK
Hut ahoto all, we haw" put faith, hop.- uud
lom.ige into the lie.nU of a million of peonle,
"who befoie wi-u- uml.ed beneath fuiu vcntmii-i
of deipotl-m.' Wc hic led IhH people out of
i.iptbity, jnit a-, Moes led the J.-raelltcs out of
their four liundiod jciis bondage in K&pt. In
stead ot beliiR compelled l iiuUe "bliiL-i with
out fctlaw" forthiir oppro. oi, wo hac put,
ami we mo iuueai-iuidy putting, tho luejin into
their hands .to inaKe a plan- lor theiu-t'lu-s in
the Ion clioit ll-t of -elf-Mippoitlns. fielf-ie-pe'-l-ins
people-., And nobly they aie 1(-oiu1It,' to
Our t.i-U III Iho IMiillpiiimv. is i,f the eanie
cli.uaihr, but hauler and mule idKantic, but va
bhall i.iuy It out without laUeiiiijr. It i-, not in
AnieiUain to Hun bulj when onto they mc put
their hand-, tu tho plough.
Wo tald "Itepublkaiibm means Knllgtitcii
liirnl," It mean-, nwie, tar moie. Itepublic-an-Mil
today Hand-, lot pintcUion (In cieiy t-en-o
of the wold), pioxifs and piopctily, It stands
not only lor fi ledum under the ll.ivr. but fm the
mean-, to earn in (loud a llvini; as to in.d.e that
fiecdoni mean lellef bum laihiiw cue financially,
us well is fi oiii pollthal oppio-iiuu.
ilipublk.iiiUui, that llepublliaiiMu fm which
Genu foiujhl, I.lnioln and Mi Klnh-y died, ami
whiih llon-iM-lt battle-, to pit-si-iit-.
-Walter J. Hallaul.
Miiiin-t.idi, X. V May 1(1.
NOT A STOUY OF CECIL RHODES.
C'hlif Wlll.Ie, of the Seeiet hen in-, Mid 4
iiiu.-.t Inti'ii-.tlni; itoiy to a paily ot conxisbincn
recently. Ho sijrf tint lio found it in a foielsn
edition ii-Marl; Twain' "Innoceiils Abroad,"
Many V-iis &" ' omu lin.'lhliuun &
sliandid in Atit'i.il!l. Wainkilinf ilK'iiisolmrly
alons tho shore he met a nun who was IWhiiu;
for shill.r, the Australian govi rnmciit onnini:,
by Iho way, u homily upon nil sharks Kill J.
The li-heiinjii eujustd tho jnumr KnglMuinii t
help liliu, promlilns him half of thu homily
earned. W'hilc the fMiciin.iu was uway a tliaik
was taught and killed, Tho joiinpf mm tut It
opui, found In 1U tiuinoUi u (opy of the Lon
don Tiiue, lead Ilia per, nnd dipailed at onco
frr S.vdnej, Tlicio lio setuicd nil iiiidkncc, aitiir
KniKi dlfllciilly, with a licit ineiilmiit and boldly
plopoucd to beirow -100,000. Tho meicluiit
jaimhed In Ids face,
"Will ou Biiaraiilce In lend me the niuuey if
I can show how it will lead to a futuie;" a-med
thu would-bo boiiower,
"'tf," was the u-ply,
"War has bic-ii dcilarul bclwipii CeuiiJiiy and
l'l.uito and the pi lie ot wool In London lias ad
vanced tiemeiulciiiily, f wo can buy up Iho
whole Avbtuiluii output, wc tan maUc a for
tuiie.1' ArjIii the merchant lnuifliud. "Tho last copy
of tho Loudon Tiiiu," ho tahl, "a)4 tiollilus
ubout any wai."
"lint I luo a (opy of (ho London Times,"
replied the .oiini; mm, "ulilih Is fto cIjjh latir
than any ropy In Au.lulla," uud lie produi-ed
tho paper l.c had found in the stomach of the
shin.. It contained tho aniiounccniciit of the
dcilaiatlon of war,
The pioof was tumlmluK, the wool was pur.
(hated, and the next mail steamer tuought lopiej
of the Loi'don Til ut rt conllrinlns tin- Hewn. The
wool w-jj kold at an immense pioflt and the jouiii;
EnglUIimaii left Alibaba with .1,000,00.). Ills
Dime was Cecil Ithodes.
"That1 u good IMi ttory," was the comnienl
of one of Chief Willie' llttynut.
"Oh," icuuiked Wllkle, "it is not mine. When
1 till tlviie I do not make them u pluuslljlo
onu toinmoiipljce." Waililiigton Toat.
Spring and Summer Oxfords and Boots Unit con
tent the mind and tonifort tho feet.
Men's "Always" Busy Oxfords, $3.00
Ladies' "Melba" Oxfords, $8.50.
Lewis 8c Reilly,
li4-110 Wyoming Avenue.
Everything High but
In piping times of pence or strife,
Urcaa" rontinttei the staff of life.
Hit-ryUiing eke pone up sky liifch.
Flour's tho only thins to buy.
And when ou want the very best,
"miow While" Flour leads all the lost.
CHEAPEST Recause BEST!
We only wholesale it.
Mill & Grain Go,,
Scranton and Olyphant.
Ever shown in Scranton
A strong- but true state
ment. We have nearly every
thing in summer furniture
Artistic in design, rich in
appearance and very prac
tical. We want every house
keeper in Scranton to visit
our store and inspect our
stock you'll find prices
right and goods the best to
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12! Washington Avenue,
Successors to Machine Business ot
Dickson Manufacturing Co., Scranton
and "Wllkes-Barre, Pa.
Stationary Engines, Boilers, Mlnins
On Vltslnla nienue, the widest ami most fash
ionable in Atlantic t'ily, Within a few yards of
tho Famous bteel l'lrr and lluardwalU and in
fiont of Iho mot de.-liablo batliiiif (,'ioundi. All
coinfiilem-ej, imludiut,' bteam heat, sun parloi,
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Venus iiiodcrate. Willi- for bool.let,
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' CLOSES OCTOBER 25, 1902.
The Scranton Tribune's third great Educational Contest Is now open. There are
offered as Special Rewards, to those who secure the largest number of points, THIRTY
THREE SCHOLARSHIPS In some of tho Leading Educational Institutions In tho Country.
List of Scholarships
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carh , $ Sit I
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1 Scholarship In The I'nlu-rMte of ltoehrster.. tl-l
1 Scholaishlp In W.tlilnuton School for llojn,. 170H
1 Scholarship In Willi imeport Dickinson i-cml-
1 Scholarship in Jlickliwoti CollcBiato Picpara-
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1 Scholarship In Newton ColIpRlate Instltiilc.. 721)
1 Sdiolarshlp In KeyMone Aeadeiny MM
1 Schoi.itshlp in llrown CoHcro Prcparatoiy
School ,,. 000
t Filiolalftilp III the School of Iho bichnwann.i ion
1 Scholamhlp in Wllkes-llatre Institute 270
1 Seliohnshlp in Cotult Cottaga (Summer
1 Scholarlilp.i In Stranlon Conservatory of
Miilc. ot 12' each .- COO
t Srholarchtps In Itardciiuprgh School of Jlusle
nnd Art 4G0
3 Siholauhlis ill Scranton HaslncM College, at
?IOO each '.. 300
o Scholarhlp3 In lnteri'.itlonal I'oi rc-pondenco
Sihools, .i erase aliio $a7 caih 2S
2 Scholarfhlpi in Lackawanna lluslness College,
at $S", each 170
2 Sclinlnahlpi In Alfied W'oolci's Vocal Studio 125
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both ci'umIii ilium and inter the i-enlui ij--when'
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nlo jears couise of th's 11011n.1l, This jwr will
bo the lJt opportunity irlrn lo do tu, ns tlin
tlueo ;mi' 101110 11 In mil fouo uud J II will
(oniu nndev tho fctato ici'iihitlonj of e.uiiilmtlon,.
For full p.u'tliulus ariilrris at once,
it,. I', 111111,11, A. M Principal.
EORAHTON CORRESPONDENCE S0HO3M
T, J. Foster, Piesidtot. Elmer ll Lanill, Ireas
II. J, Foster, Stanley P, Allen,
Vice President. 8ecrctarj.
UNDER MANAGEMENT OF FRIENDS
f The Course in Arts
oner, pour coUr.w of 's.udy J The Course in Science
ucadmg to Degree! " jfje Course in Letters
I The Course in Engineering
PnEPARINQ FOH DUSINESS LIFE, OH FOff THE
STUOr OP THE LEARNED PROFESSIONS
Character Always the Primary Consideration
Extensive Campus; Beautiful Situation aud Surroundings;
Sanitary Conditions the Best; Thorough Instruction ;
Intelligent Physical Culture.
OATALOQUE ON APPLICATION
WILLIAH W. B1RDSALL, President
in Special Rewards
SCRANTON TRIBUNE'S GREATEST
Bcriucrs to ino ecranion iriuune as lotions!
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M-c inoiiths' mibscrlptlon 2.CII
One ear's nubstrlDtlon. il.oo
the Contest should
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Address all communications to
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Do You Want
a Good Education?
Not a thort couise, nor an easy coui.se,
nor a cheap course, but the best education
to bo had. No other education is worth
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tttlte for j catalogue ot
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Diglncering and Chitaical l'lofca-ions as well
as lliv icguUr L'olleso courses,
During tho summer of 1902, in
struction in all the subjects required
for admission to the best colleges
and scientific schools will be given
nt Cotuit Cottages, a Summer
School of Secondaty Instruction,
Cotuit, Massachusetts, under the
direction of Principal Charles E.
Fish The 1 courses of instruction
are lor the benefit of live classes of
1, Candidates who have received
conditions nt the entrance examina
3. Candidates who have postponed
examinations until September.
3. Students in Secondary Schools,
who, by reason of illness or other
causes, have deficiencies to make up.
4. Students in Secondary Schools
who wish to anticipate studies and
save timo in the preparation for
5. Students in college who have
admission conditions which must bo
removed before the beginning of tho
next Scholastlo Year.
For particulars address,
CHARLES E. FISH, Principal
School of the Lackawanna,
Rales of the Contest
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