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THE SCHANT0N TRtBt)E-THtJitSDAY MAY 20, 1002.
FINAL SESSION OF CONCLAVE
THM FOIITY-NINTIT niinual con
clnve ot the Grand Commandery,
Knights Templar, of Pennsyl
vania, en me In nn end yostcr
Itiy with a business session nt
the Lyceum In tlir morning', and n pub
lic Installation of ofllcci'B nt the same
place In the afternoon. Before night
fall the visiting coinmntiderles hnd tuk-r-n
their departure und. today only n
few of the out-of-town Knights re
main, They went uway tilled with Gratifica
tion ut the treatment accorded them
during their sojourn In the Kloctrlc
City, and declaring; that It was the most
pleasurable conclave they ever attend
ed. The local Knights came In for the
HMHuSmH IHilw&. s BBBM
I!. SIU WILLIAM Dim II..
Of l'lltpliiiig, I'HJinoted Yeiti-nliiy to the
Ofllce of Grand Ciiptaln-Gcner.il.
heartiest congratulations and expres
Plons of thunks from the departing
KUestfc, and on every hand was heard
the nsseitlon that Scran ton need not
hesitate to nsk for the conclave any
time It wants it.
The elaborate reports of the conclave
'events printed by the local papers and
the particularly full and complete ac
counts In The Tribune came In for an
sipproprlate share ot commendation.
The Tribune's leports were generally
conceded to be the best printed by any
paper of any conclave ever held In the
The closing business session of the
Giand Commandery had as its prin
cipal feature the election of a grand
junior warden. Three Knights Were
mentioned for the office: 13. Sit- Frank
McSparren, of Erie; K. Sir David O.
McCollum, of Wllkes-Barre, and E. Sir
Andrew S. Stayer, M. D., of Altoona.
The first named was selected.
This places him in line for the grand
eommandership, It being a custom In
the Grand Commandery to promote its
elective officers one step each year un
til after six years the junior warden he
roines the grand commander.
The grand commander, Thomas F.
Penman, of Scranton, was succeeded by
Deputy Grand Commander Jpzra S.
Eartlett, who in turn was succeeded by
the grand generalissimo, E. Sir and
Itev. Charles M. Stock, of Hanover.
The full list of the new officers in
cluding1 those appointed by the new
Brand commander, follows:
Grand Commander B. E. Sir Kssia S.
Ttartlett, of Mary commanilery, No. "S,
Deputy Grand Commander V. E. Sir
and Itev. Charles M. Stock, of llanovei.
Grand Generalissimo E. Sir Wilson 1.
Iteming, of Constans commandery, No.
Grand Captain General E. Sir William
J. Dlehl, of Duquesno commandery, No,
Grand Senior Warden E, Sir William
SI. Donaldson, of Pilgrim, commandery,
No. 11, of Harrisburg. y (
Grand Junior Warden E. Sir Frank
JMcSparren, of Wt. Olivet commandery,
!Fo. 29, Erie.
Grand Prelate E. Sir and Rev. Thom
Bs N. Boyle, D. D., L..L. D., Grafton.
, Grand Treasurer E. Sir John J, Gil
Grand Recorder It. E. Sir William W.
1 Grand Standard Bearer E. Sir William
Iff. Jllllisan, of Mary commandery, No.
, CO', I'hlladelphia.
' Grand Sword Bearer E. Sir Geoige C.
ill liM SHflH
E. Silt AVIW.IAM M. DONAIiDSON,
Df Pittsburg, Advanced from the orileo
of Junior to Senior Warden.
IJolmson, of Pittsburg commandery, No,
1, PJttshurs, ,
Giand Warder E. Sir Frank U, Mhsou,
Coilntlilan commandery, No, 53, Phlla
delphia. Grand Capalu of tho Guard E. Sir
Robert J. Knott, of Uhemer commandery,
Is'o. (,'i, Chester,
Grand Marshal-E. Sir Abraham Hphs,
of Hermit commandery, No. 21, Lebanon.
Grand Herald-K. Sir A. Jluwmd
Thomas, of Philadelphia,
Philadelphia was unanimously t-e-lected
us tho place for holding the next
Two proposed iiniendments to tho
constitution were cousldeied, one
changing the tlmo of tho giand com.
mandery session from the fourth Tuck
day In May to tho second Tuesday In
June, which was defeated, and another
providing for the creation of a board
of three tiustees to Invest surplus
funds, which wus adopted,
The public Installation of the new of
flceis at the Lyceum, in the afternoon,
Wrts witnessed by an assemblage which
filled the lower floor and bulcony, The
ceremonies wcie both picturesque and
When the curtain rose It discovered
Grand Commander Penman and Grund
Prelate Uoyle sitting on the right, the
former In his Knight's uniform and tho
latter In the black and white gown of
the prelate's ofllce.
It. E. Sir '
Officers Chosen in Morn
ing and Publiclu Instal
led in Afternoon
adelphla, who nclcd at grand tnnrshal,
und i:, Sir A. Howard Thomas, the
grrind herald, sat to the tear of the cen
tre or the stage. In the back on tiers
of scats werr the members of the
Young People's Choral society of the
Hli'koiy street Presbyterian church
and Just In flout of them was bhuci'h
orchestra. The parquet circle was tilled
with Sir Knights In Uniform and wear
ing their chnpeaiis.
The ceremonies were opened by the
grand commander directing the giund
marshal to present the newly elected
offlcets for Installation. They were es
coitcd In and assigned to seats at the
left of the stage.
The vow of office was lmpodd by
Q rn nd Commiuldpr PPninnn, the .new
ofTiceis taking the vow while standing
uncovered, the' left bund granplng the
blade of the sword and the right rent
ing on tho left breast over the heart.
Grand Itecorder-elect Bartlett wai
then ptesented for Installation and
while he stood facing Grand Command
er Penman, Grand Pi elate Boyle made
nn invocation. Then the letlrlng grand
commander surrendeied to his success
or the grand commander's jewel, the
grand mnrehul receiving It and pinning
it on the new grand conunandei's
At the dliectlon of the retiring grand
commander the grand marshal pro
claimed the new grand toirimander.
To the accompaniment of appropriate
bugle blasts by the grand herald, the
grand marshal ptoclalmed the Investl-
respeetlve offices, their respective
predecessors, at the request of the re
tiring grand commander, delivering to
them the ritualistic: charge.
The appointive ofllcerfl were then in
stalled In tho order of tholr rank,
it-'-. .' 'r- -, "vs '-a',' ' M
E. SlU AND KCV. T. N. BOVLK.
Of Giaftnn, Ite-elccted Grand Piel.ue.
Hire of the new grand coiniiiander to
the not lb, south, west and east.
The new grand commander was then
introduced by the retiring grand com
mander, and in a brief uddress thanked
):. SIK FREDEHICK 1j. BROWN,
Secrutary of the Executive Conimlttee In
Cliarge of Conclave Arrangements.
Giand Commander Penman delivering
The ceiemonles concluded with the
proclamation of the Installation of all
the ofllceis, and a prayer by the grand
The ceremonies were, inlerspeised
with vocal selections by the Young
People's choir, under the direction of
Sir C. M. Derman: a solo by JIlss Lydla
Sailer and orchestral numbers by
Hauer's men. The singing of the choft
was warmly applauded, as was also
the solo by Hiss Sailer. The orchestral
selections were wholly inappropriate to
playing several selections In front of tho
building. It was the band preceding tho
If ugh Do Paycns commandery In the pa
rade. A large number of Rciantniilans who are
members of tho Mystic Hhrlno went to
Wllkcs-Barro Inst night to attend tho
I rem Temple celebration. They nssemblod
ot Masonic hall on Spruce street at B
o'clock and proceeded to the Delaware-
and Hudson station In a body, special
cars for their accommodation were at
tached to the train leaving hero at il
o'clock, and the tialn returning at 1.15
Tho most Impressive Incident ot Tiles
day's parade was tho sudden silence of
ail music ot the bands as they reached
the block on Jefferson avenue, whero
John Jermyn, one of Scranton's chief citi
zens, lay dangerously III, Nothing could
hnvo made a more solemn Impression than
thin abrupt cessation of all sound, an tho
plumed Knights marched noiselessly in
their gala celebration, past the stately
mansion whoso master's ears could not
hear nor his eyes see tho beautiful pa
geant. As chairman of the ways and moans
committee of Mary commandery, SlfCIIC
ford P. Allen has been conspicuous In his
care of the commandery upon Its pilgrim
ages for many years, lie lias been the
burden-bearer on these occasions, Tho
memheis simply pay their money and ho
lclleves them from all worrlment or anx
iety dating tho tilp. Ills arrangements are
always made with a view of cateilng to
the enjoyment and comfort ot his fiatcrs,
and to Insure this he has always been In
defatigable in planning and untiling in
carrying out the plans. And then he does
all this In such a cheerful, kindly manner
that It appears as though you were plan
ing him uiidor olillgutlous to you In al
lowing him to perform this atdttous work.
Members of the Mary commandery
served notice on the Scranton Knights
that Philadelphia could not equal next
year the success of this conclave slnco
they havo'lio such place In which to hold
tho ball. Jt Is the first time In the his
tory of Pennsylvania Templnrlsm that
adruqate space has been found for tho
Kieat event. The visiting Sir Knights ot
New York could not seem to recover from
their surprise at the magnificence and
general effect of the arrangements. They
said lepeatedly "Wc can never have such
a conclave in the Empire stnte. Oar con
cluves do not compare with this. Wo
never vrtw such a sight us that which you
provided on the floor of your aimolv to-
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
Past Giand Commander and Mrs. Adam
Sciinielil, of Reading, are guests of Grand
Commander and Mis. Thomas V. Penman.
The New York conclave will be hold In
Saratoga and It is a compliment to S"tnn
ton that Sam Fuhrman has been eugag d
for the decorating.
Many of the visiting Templais who are
aKo memborn of the Mystic Sluine
stopped over in Wilkes-Barre last even
ing lo attend the paiade and session of
Mis. T. F. Penman and party occupied
Box A at the Lyceum dining the Instil
lation. She was accompanied by Mis.
Schinehl, of Rending, Mrs. "William Mar
plo and Miss Elizabeth Howell. Mis. E.
LETTER FROM GRAND COMMANDER BARTLETT.
,j. Editor of The jl Tribune
Sir: On uoiwlf of the Sir Knights and ladies who have been vls-
itors in your city during tho past three days, I take it upon mysslf
to extend to the Scranton Sir Knights and the citizens of Scran
.j, ton generally, sincere thanks for their hearty -welcome and un
4. bounded hospitality. The conclave has been a most pleasant event
and will be cherished long by all who attended as a delightful
jt memoiy. The grand ball at the new armory was one of the most
.j. magnificent social events in the history of Pennsylvania Templary.
J. The local knights are to be warmly congratulated on the grand
success of this nnd every other feature of the conclave. Philadelphia
will need to begin at once with the preparations for the next
.j, conclave if it hopes to compare with Scranton in entertaining the
. grand commandery.
EZRA S. BARTLETT, Grand Commander.
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K a V f . -
SIR ni'Fl'S J. FOSTKR,
Chaiiman of the Committee on Prliilliu;
nlijht an the Knights and their ladles
weio asrembl'd for the grand march."
V. H. i.cffaid, eminent eommandci nf
Warren eommaudeiy. No. i,:i, Wnircu Ii
was barn in Porter township. Huntington
county. P.i Jan. !l, ISiii. He became 11
member uf North Star lodge, No. 2)1,
Warren, Pa.. In January. 1H2; companion
the sir knights and people of Scranton
for their entertainment and expressed
his appreciation of the dignity and
honor of his new ofllce.
The other elective ofllcers weio In
turn Invested with tho jewel of their
II, Ripple and party wele In the second
box during the Installation services.
The Hugh Do Payens comuuiiilciy uf
Enston wan accompanied by the famous
Elision band during the conclave. Till
band serenaded Tho Tilbiiuc yesteid.iy
one position to another, Until the present
Templar years he wa .duly etecteti nnd
Installed as eminent conimnMiler of Wnri
ren tommahdery. Ho has teen In the em
ploy of the Pennsylvania railroad slnco
January 215, 1S72, commencing asva clerk
In tho office nt Warren, Pn.i Which posi
tion lie held until 1S82, wnen he was ad
vanced to agent, which 'position ho has
occupied over since. Ho Is an active, con
sistent nnd worthy member of the Pres
byterian church at Warren. Pa. Ho Is
thoroughly Identified Willi the business,
Industrial, flmtnclnl, educational' atld po
litical Interests of his adopted town, hav
ing served with credit In vnrlotis offices
Of trust, among which, as a member nnd
secretary of tho board of education.
Abotif the Strike
From the Philadelphia Press.
IN SOMH of the anthracite district,
there seems to lie u disinclination on
tho part of engineers, pumpmen and
firemen to obey tho order calling
them out on June 2. In other districts, tho
order will lie obeyed without the least
hesitation. The order Is a mistake on
the part of tho miners, nnd against their
The mine owners have declared that
they will not yield to the demands of tho
miners and they will not arbitrate. But
when the engineers, pumpmen and fire
men go out. the operators expcc.t to Sup
ply their places with non-union men.
That the miners will attempt to prevent:
this Is expected, but In such a course,
tho miners will be making 11 demon
stration against the strongest point of
the operators. The engineers, pumpmen
and firemen are not engaged in mining
coal. All they can do Is to save the
mlne-i from flooding, so Hint work can bo
resumed when the existing dlffciences
In certain of their demnnds, the miners
doubtless have a large share of popular
sympathy, but they arc likely to forfeit
this when they undertake to Interfero
with the necessary care of property.
They would be doing that if they at
tempted by violence to prevent the
operators from employing engineers,
pumpmen und other labor necessary to
keep tho mines from being flooded. They
can call out their own union members,
but they assume a great risk when they
undertake to say that 110 others shall be
employed to protect the mines, and If
they succeed In that Interference they
will 1 educe their own chances of re
turning to woik. There will 'be no work
for them In mines that are flooded.
These are conditions which It is becom
ing apparent the operators expect to
turn to their own advantage. If they are
successful in the employment of non
union engineers, pumpmen and firemen
and that is the strongest point at which
they could make the expel imont they
will be pretty certain to follow it with
the employment of 111111-unlon miners.
The hienking up of the union. It has
been made unite clear, Is one of the pur
poses of the opcrulois In lefuslng all the
mineis' demands. The mineis have made
a mistake for themselves; :n calling out
the engineers, pumpmen and firemen, and
making tin Issue not on the mining of
coal but 011 the piotectlon of property.
Any violence wuuld destroy public sym
pathy : Interference by force to prevent
the employment of labor to save the
mines from destruction would be fatal to
the cause of the miners, no mutter how
Just that ciiu.se might be In other par
ticular. An Unsubstantial Hopo.
From the Tioy Recoul.
The effoit to get the bituminous
mlucis, into the light Is not likely to be
successful, since they cannot Join the
.trll;e without brcalclnrr their ugi cement,
and sympathy with the troubles of
brother woikeis l.s not tccognized as a
valid oi'i;sc for proving 1'nl.vc i'f run
li.cts. In ill" end, a sjuiptthv ittrike uf
that soil would be anything but atlvju
tiigious lo oigunlscd labor.
JON Am LOVO'3 0V.
S!fl C. II. DKUf.N,
In I'liiugc of th" Musk In Conuecll'iii
with Public Installation,
nf Occidental chapter. No, SJ."i. Warren,
Pa., in ISM, and wan Knighted In Wan en
(oiwmindeiw, No. bit. In March, ISIS, hlnce
which time ho has i-tcmllly advanced fioin
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FOR SAW BY. ALL LEADINQ XSUQOiaiS,
JONAB LONOm moN
Our. Great Friday Hourly Sales will be held
Of This Week. Friday Being a Holiday, the Big
Store Will Be Closed All Bay.
Be Thursday Allemoon
Sale No. 1
In the Basement
For Thursday Sale Hammocks, j
size ; fancy colors ; woven firm. Warm
days and a hammock under a shady spot
are very desirable. This kind on sale
today are valued up to 75c, but
for Thursday Hour buy them at 4yC
For Thursday Sale Screen Doors.
This kind arc well made and suitable for
front doors ; are mortised ; net the best
quality. Complete with hinges. 4 sizes,
;Wx80", 34x82, 32x81 and 36x84 inches.
Correct measurements must be given.
Value up to $1.35. Thursday 0
For Thursday Sale Window Screens,
frame made of hardwood; 18 inches high;
extends from 22 to 34 inches ;
value up to 2oc. ; Thursday. ... I C
For Thursday Sale Hnnd painted vases. Stand 14Vi inches high; for
flowers, this vase will be just what Is wanted. Actual value 39c. q
each. For Thursday buy them at ,,lr
For Thursday Sale Jardinieres 7 and 8-Inch size: the finish of thlB
m tide Is termed the flint Rlaze; colors are olive, lisht and dark -jOr
blue. Value 39c. Sale price Thuisday yL
For Thursday's Sale Cooking Pots and Baking Pans. This lot com
pilscs a large assortment ot these goods and always a verv use
ful article aiound the kitchen. Value un to 18c. Thursday 10c
For Thursday's Sale Prunes, California; regular 6c. duality; a-jy
buy them this hour Thursday, one pound for "Vt
For Thursday's Sale Lemons, extra fancy Messina. Regular
2oc. quality: for one hour Thursday buv them at, per dozen.... IOC
For Thursday's Snle Rice; fine Carolina; choice value at 9c. el
This sale, per pound a
For Thursday's Sale Kxtia fine lemon cling peaches; put up in heavy
syrup; quality unsurpassed at any prices sold by us, at stac. For
one hour Thursday buy them at, per can, limit one dozen
Begins Promptly at
Sale No. 2
Begins Promptly at
For Thursday Sale Embroideries;
very fine lawn and nainsook from 2 to IS
inches wide. Value up to 25c. ' This is
a splendid opportunity for you to pur
chase good embroidery at one-
fourth regular price. Thursday 1 5C
For Thursday Sale 10c. Goodyear
Rubber Comb and an Sc. cake of Butter
milk Soap. The Comb is 7 inches long;
lias fine and coarse teeth. The Soap is
a vcll known brand. Both ar-
tides sold Thursday, 1 hour, at 1 oC
For Thursday Sale Dimities In
cluded in this lot arc the pretty stripes
and small figure which everybody likes.
Value up to Jlc. For Thursday , 1
buv them at
For Thursday Sale Women's Vests. Kcru color; high and low neck;
wing sleeves; good width; large sizes; trimmed around neck andg
sleeves. An elegant value for '3S'
For Thursday Sale Swiss Embroidery: i'm plain Swiss Bureau Scarf
for stand covers. Regular sIzp has three anmll ni.-iis; ruffle around
edee of stand. Bureau Scarf value, 30c. Thursday Il
For Thursday Sale Women's Corsets. This lot are made from Rood
net; medium length; well boned; sateen Btripea; regular 39c,
value. Thursday buy them for
For Thursday Sale Child's untrlmmed (Leghorn Hats. Plain and
fancy edge; usual price, 23 cents. Buy this this Thursday on the q
Second Floor, for hour, at . ,y"
For Thursday Sale Women's Wrappers. This ts the first wrapper
s-ale of the season at the Big Store. Just received this lot. They are
made over depurate bodies, have large, deep flounce, pleated full hack
and front: come in all sizes. Blue, nnK, jiacn ana wane eiripes,
Sprays anil Vines. Usual price for this style garment is sue. (To
day, for one hour, buy them on, me secona moor ai...
Sale No. 3
Begins Promptly at
For (Thursday Sale Women's Um
brellas'; over 10 style handles in this lot ;
paragon frame; mercerized cotton;
firmly made; a value you often paid
$1.25 for. Priced for this fi
Thursday's sale at , OdC
For Thursday Sale Children's Hose ;
a Sanitary fast black; two and one
ribbed; all sizes; double heel and toe,
others will do well to take advantage of
this opportunity ; a value at a
pair, 17c. ; Thursday's sale at. . 1 JLQ
For Thursday Sale Women's Oxford or Southern Ties; made of best
Hongola and Vie! Kid. Cuban and Military Heel, with medium Opera
Toe and Patent and Kid Tip. Button, lace or ribbon effects. Extension
or flexible soles. A shoe that Is commonly sold nt $2,00. c A
Thursday buy them ut ."
For Thursday Sale A fine Madras fiingham; a fabric, that Is the
best Oliigham for all round uses under the 10c, a yard kind on the mar
ket. This entire case of "Fresh From the Loom" will be placed kic
on sale Thursday for one hour, ut vw
For Thursday Sale Swiss Curtains. A large lino of colored border
insertion mid rultle edge also a plain Swiss curtain with rufflo and lace
Insertion mllle. All of thorn 3 yards long und every pair valued up to
L'.-i9, To close out this lot we will give you the best curtain bargain of
the beacon Thursday, when we will sell them on the Third c l QQ
Floor ut, n pair,, ,..., , j tv
For Thursday Sale A lot of white goods, sttlpesand checks apd In
dia linen. This Is a white goods season, und manv chances there w,ll
be to buy white goods but wo doubt If you will find a better ono than
this Thurhdav Hour Sale will offer you;- fabrics usually Bold up 1A
to 15c, und 17c, Buy them today at ,, ..!.. . ,w
For Thursday Sale Boys' Washable Sailor Mouse Suit; dark nnd
light colors; materials that they are made from are crush, cluck, linen,
galntea und wash cheviot effects; In plain and stripes; large sailor col
lars; nicely trimmed. Cord nnd whistle with every Bult; slzo 3 to 9
years; worth 80c. to 90c. Buy them Thursday, on Second Floor, at., "uw
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