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THE SCRANTQNThlBUNE-TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 1902.
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MVY B. ntCtfAUD, Editor.
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SCR ANTON, Jl'NK 10, 1002.
For governor of Pennsylvania, on the
Issue of an open field and fair play,
JOHN P. ELKIN, of Indiana,
subject to the will of the Republican
A Sane View of Wealth.
T'AVKRY period of unscltlement
in business', especially when
- In the form of strikes or agi
tation for Increased wages,
calls forth ' complaint at tins modern
cnnccntr.ifion of wealth. The recent
formation of. corporations with capital
izations' running high into the hun-A
drecis of millions, and In one instance
exceeding :i billion dollars, has IntenM
lled this complaint. Signs of n grow
ing unden urrent of socialism are ap
pearing and many obseivers aru filled
A good rule at such times Is, when
In doubt, consulL an expert. Professor
V. n. Sumner, of Yale university, is an
economic export of world-wide renown.
Ilcre'.'fie some Ideas by him upon this
subject, originally contributed to the
"""very age is befooled by the notions
which are in fashion In it. Our age Is
befooled by 'democracy.' "We hear argu
ments about the industrial organization
which arc deductions from democratic
ilngnias, or which appeal to prejudice
by using analogies drawn from democ
lacy to affect sentiment about Indus
trial relations. Industry may be repub
lican; it never can bo democratic, so
long' as men differ in productive power
and in industrial virtue, in our time
joint stock companies, which are In
form lepublicnn, are drifting over into
oligarchies or monarchies, because one
or u tew get greater elliciency of con
trol and gi eater vigor of administra
tion. They direct the enterprise In a
way which pioduces more, or more
economically. This i.s the purpose for
which the organization exists, and suc
cess in It outweighs everything else.
AVo see the competent men refuse to
join in the enterprise, ,uniess they can
control it, and we s-ee the stockholders
willingly put their pioperty In the
hands of those who are, as they think,
competent to manage it successfully.
The strongest and most effective organ
izations for industrial purposes which
are formed nowadays are those of a
levgreut capitalists, who have great
peisonal confidence in each other, and
who can bring together adequate means
for whatever they desire to do."
Again: "No man can acquire a mill
ion without helping a million men to
increase their little fortunes all the way
down through all the social grades, in
home points of view it Is an error that
we llxouv attention so much upon the
very rich and overlook the prosperous
mass, but the compensating advantage
Is that the great successes stimulate
emulation the most powerfully. AVliut
matters It, then, that some millionaires
nre idle, or hilly, or vulgar, that their
ideas ate sometimes futile, and their
plans grotesque, when they turn aside
from money-making? How do they
differ in this from any other class? The
millionaires ate a product of natural
selection, acting on the whole body of
men, '-to pick- out those who can meet
the requirement of certain work to bo
done. In this respect they aro just like
the groat statesmen, or sclentlllu men,
' or military men. It Is because they are
thus. selected that wealth aggregates
under (heir hands both their own and
j that Intrusted to them. Lot one or them
J make a mistake and seo how quickly
5 thqtconc'ontratlon gives way to dlspers
2 Ion. Thoy may fairly bb regarded as
the naturally 'Selected agents of society
for certain work. They get high wages
5 nnd live In luxury, but the bargain la
a good ono Tor society."
jj Professor Sumner, It should lie added,
J Is not peiturbed by the friction which
J characterizes our Industrial progress.
"On the contrary, ho appears to think
Unit while incidentally and locally
; haonful It- will In the long run work
f out a better general condition of i,ocl-
c(yj In which labor us well as capital
; shall hnyo Its, due sharo of prosperity
and luibjlu, privileges. There can bo no
doubt of this without Involving lunda
meifliii 'distrust or Amerlcun Instllu-
tloJiSfl liul the friction at the place of
Its generation Ik sometimes very uu
"HSyIng, as Scrantonlans can testify,
f-lCsC'etna Unposslplq for General Miles
Xn purchase u railroad ticket these days
"Jrlttyout starting a rumor that he Is
"Rbout o be mado the victim of ud
i Rebecca J. Taylor, a war department
'cierk, wjip has. Influential lelutlvcs In
'Mlnne6t.r,'' h'a's boejiHllKinsse.d by Scc
.retary Root for alleged -conduct preju
dicial to Rio servcc."J'JMlBi''Jl'uylor, It
'Seenis, believing that she:liurt ample
protection In tho civil service laws, has
been necking literary fame as a critic
ot President Roosevelt) and has fur
nished the Washington papers with
Blaring samples of feminine fault-finding.
Tills active woman, like ninny
others In the employ of the government,
npppars to have Inhaled under the Idea
that site was a goodly part of the ser
vice. She will doubtless have lime
henceforth to rellect upon the uncer
tainties of ntllclitl life that Is ruled by
tf the Nicaragua water route Is on
the volcanic range, proof of the fact
ought to settle further consideration of
that proposed waterway ftom the gulf
to the P.iclilc. It would be very awk
ward for passing vessels to havo the
water of the canal suddenly drop out
before Iheni when endeavoring to lower
the sailing records some tine morning.
Do Not Be Afraid.
AMACiAZINK called Health says
that fear causes more diseases
. than do nilciohcs, more deaths
than famine, more failure than
panics, It costs more than war, Is al
ways a failure and Is never necessary.
Fear weakens the heart's action. In
duces congestion, Invites Indigestion,
produces poison through decomposing
foods, and Is thus the mother of nuto
polsonlng, which either directly causes
or greatly aids In the production ot
quite 90 per cent, of all our diseases.
Observation of the unskilled In medt
cnl science will undoubtedly prove Unit
this is true. As a rule the good
natured, feuiiPiis people usually enjoy
the best of health while the nervous
and fault-finding, who are ever ready
to become agitated over the most rid
iculous prophecies of the weather seer
and the calamity howler, are seldom
physically comfortable. In tills ago of
yellow Journalism with Its accompany
ing Illustrations that outdo the prod
ucts of the museum chamber of hpr
rors; In this spuson of unrest, when
waning elements threaten to destroy
the industries of the country and hide
the rays of the sun of prosperity behind
blackened clouds of despair. It must be
admitted that It Is dlfllcult for the aver
age person to preserve a tranquil equil
ibrium. Put worrying over the evils
which we may possibly in future en
counter will do no good. It Is better
to enjoy the sunshine of the rare June
days while they ate heie than to have
their beauty obscured by thoughts of
the September equinoctial storm. The
dawn of Industrial peace and returning
piospeiity may come sooner than any
Do not worrv!
The United States is making rapid
gains in the share which she furnishes
of the Importations of Japan. The
"Annual Returns of the Foreign Trade
of the Empire of Japan," for the year
l!i01 has Just been received by the
Treasury Bureau of Statistics at Wash
ington. It shows that the ITnited
States, which, In 1881, furnished less
than ti per cent, of the Imports of Ja
pan: supplied 17 per cent, of those im
ports In 1901; and that the United
Kingdom, our chief rival in that tiade,
,whleh supplied over :r2 per cent, ot those
imports in 1SS1, furnished but 0 per
cent, of Japan's importations In 1!)01.
The t'ntted States now stands second in
the list of non-Asiatic countries in the
imports of Japan, and falls but a little
below India, the only Asiatic country
which ranks with the United States In
the imports of Japan.
The government authoiitlos In Hawaii
will do well to keep an eye upon the
volcanoes on the islands that show
signs of activity. With the awful
warning of St. Piene before us cart
should be taken that the catastrophe Is
not repeated in other localities. The
assurance of scientists is comforting at
long range, but volcano's like the
weather are prone to break awny from
the prophets at unexpected Intervals.
For each deatli by bullet among the
British troops In South Africa the com
plete statistics show that there were
two deaths fiom disease. Unsanitary
camps are more dangerous than gun
powder and the doctoring arm of far
more Importance than the lighting arm,
in spite of the fact that the glory of
war goes mostly to tlio lighters.
"ICllJah" Dowle has demonstrated
that a prophet can be up-to-date by
having his photograph taken in "the
conventional black" of the June wed
ding groom. This Is assuredly an
age of progress even In the line of
As though trouble enough did not
exist It Is announced that union mu
sicians purpose to boycott Reginald Do
Koven's compositions. This suggests
that possibly Reginuld lias been writ
ing music containing nine or ten bars
to tlio measure.
Tlio recent experience of circular edi
tors up In Susqueliunua cuunty will
doubtless have the effect of making fu
ture campaign literature from that sec
tion as mild as the Ideal Sunday school
The press Interviewer these days who
cannot make his victim say something
that should not bo said is of little con
sequence in the office of one of the up-to-date
Tlio seventeen year locust ptnphct Is
undoubtedly with us, hut it Is tu he
hoped that the visit of the Insect will
be delayed until the htiikcs huve been
Tlio Ynqul Indians of Mexico propose
to take up the labor of preventing uni
versal peace wlieru It was left off by
lloers, lioxcrs and Filipinos,
The good feeling existing between
British and Boera In South Africa Is
causing surprise that they did not make
Bifurcated Democracy shows signs of
getting together after the manner of
two cats suspended upon a clothes
line. There Is now nothing to be dreaded
In South Africa kuvq the franchise
A ti1 twnA' Ihn vnlf!inn nf Wiitnll limrn
that Mont Pelce feeling j
THE TRUTH ABOUT CUBA.
A. R. Lewis, In tlio World's Work.
The truth nboiit L'ubn?
Is It necessary to sny tnore than wai
told me by the resident ngent of one of
tlio Inigpxt New York life Insurance com
panies? JIo rnld!
"The situation In Culm today Is tin pre
crdented, Novrr before In the hlilory of
II V Iniiuancc has It boon equalled, It Is
actually true that the need hero Is so
Hi cut, that wo have limned money on si)
'per cent, of the policies wo hold hi tlio
White I was hi Culm for the World's
Woik it number of toitilntH visited Hav
ana, making In Iho majority of ciise tho
I omul flip of ten days from New York
which gives fiom Wednesday until Satur
day nshme. I mot nnverul of tlio vlittnri
at the InglotoiTii. Said ono to rat, with a
sweep of his arm towiml the Priulo:
"No ono need tell me the Cubans nre
not prosperous. Look at tho crowds oilti
thorn on the pionipiuiilp. Do yon and
people belli' diessed on Uroiulwny? And
the carriages. Seems to tu,(j own tho beg-,
gars rule Here. I was down along omspo
stt'ppt today. It would do credit to Paris.
And all the shops worn lllled to. Pooplo
buying as If they had money to burn.
Yet we are asked to i educe tho'tmift on
uignr, nnd all that. TImnpht 1 don't s-.o
Two hours later one of the most promi
nent hankers In Havana, a member of tho
family which hns furnished tho present
llieunibptit of tho highest position In tho
Cuban (iihlnet, told me that his firm could
closu the doors of forty-eight of tho ptin-'
clial cotnmelclal houses cm mortgnces If
they choe to do so.
"Our city looks piospproux," he snld,
"but wo are n careless people, llght
henrted and cheerful, with hardly a
thought for tho morrow. There Is llttlo
nppaicnt to show the terrible llnancliit
cotiilltlnn which undoubtedly faces Cuba,
but Just ns sure as the sun will set to
night, wo are bound to lip confronted
with a crisis that wilt shako the founda
tions of our Island to Its very center."
T.S1TE A CONTRACT.
By Yvalter J. Ballard.
On the Sth of Mny, 1WB. tho amount of
gold .In the United States treasury was
$."i49.tai,30. the largest sum In gold coin
the national money vaults ever contained.
This gratifying condition exists after live
years of McKiiiloylsm, of Dlngloylsm. ot
Protectionism, or whatever you please to
cull It. It contrasts strongly with tho
conditions which existed six or seven
or eight years ago under n tnriff reform
or Free Trade administration. Then wo
were selling bonds to make good our
treasury stock of gold, which laid fallen
to about $"0,003,000, or, say, ?.',0,ooo,000 below
tho present high water mark. No soonpr
did we exchange bonds for gold coin than
tho gold would bo drawn out again In
redemption ot legal tender notes. So It
went, that disheartening "endless chain"
of taking In nnd paying out gold. McKln
ley broke tho "endless chain," and It bus
stayed broken over since.
EDWARD A. NIVEN.
Good bye! Med of the gentle heart,
Farewell, dreamer of dreams;
May the visions cif old, In the Seraph's
1'ind wings for your airy themes.
The noise of life no longer reigns,
Mystery's veil Is limpr apart.
Where'er thy soul, theie peace abide;
Uood bye! Ned of the Kentle heart.
C. How Dougherty la AVIIkes-Barro
About 50 Sample
Suits, the finest gar-
Aments we have shown
this season, are placed
on sale this morning
at' exceptionally low
1 Made with fitted
" " linings, drop silk or
Nunllned sklrts.In blues,
blacks, browns and
grays with flaring
flounce trimmed and
. untrimmed skirts.
324 Lackx Ave.
EKa Cubnnota clears aro tt
fwB mndo from old, J (. H
QlB mild IIavnrwj r Wk
HI lonf, which 1. k 1 B
fi other 5 cent cigar
IMl'BIti.YIiUKi.YKL'O., lODIi.YOIv. AV
Distributors of Culianola Clears.
ft rfffiBrfrffBorp'i u tr mhiii it
'iii 'i" 7ii"iiM)iMi iiTi"1 'Midjiiwiii i intin i I, ii i
Knlnrged and heautlfully Improved. Now pilvato tiled baths, with hot nnd
cold sea nnd fresh wnter. Liberally appointed In every feature. Kxtenslvo luwn
between the Hotel and Hoardwiilk. Write for now booklet.
KOIl CONVKNmNCK of prospective visitors to Atlantic City, we will lnivo a
personal representative tit tho HOTEL JKHMYN, Thursday nnd l'rlday, .Itnio 12th
and inth, fiom 11 a. m. to L' p. in.. 3 p. m. to (i p. m 7.30 p. m. to !i p. m. each day,
with plun.i and full Information regarding tho llOTHU DHNNIS and Atlantic City.
On Virginia avonue. the widest and most
fnshlonablo In Atlantic City. Within a
few yards of the Famous Steel Plor and
Honrdwutk and In front of, tho most do
slrablo bathing grounds. All conveni
ences, olovutor to street level, hot and
rold baths. Table excellent. Accommo
dations for three hundred. Terms moder
ate. Write for booklet.
N. n. nOTHWKMi.
New Jersey Avenue and the Beach
Atlantic City, N. J.
Select, hlsh class family hotel; oulslno tho
licit; wrltu for booklet. H. S. bTEVE S, I'mp.
John ,1. Shanfclter, Mummer formerly of the
Hotel I.orraln, I'lillitilotplila and ttu l'ark
Kentucky ave., near DmcIi, Atlantic City. Open
all the jcur, Nun Parlor, Elevator and all modern
improvements. Special Sprint; Dates.
CMAS. BUI1RE, Prop.
Kentucky Avenue. First Hotel from Beach, At
lantic City, N. J. i 60 Ocean view rooms; ca
pacity 400; write tor tpedal lates. J. 13. Jenk
Spring and Fummcr Oxford and Boots that con
tent tho mind and comfort the feet.
Men's "Always" Busy Oxfords. $3.00
Ladies' "Melba" Oxfords, $2.50.
Lewis & Reilly,
114-116 Wyoming Avenue.
The Largest and most
artistic line ever shown
in the city.
Hill & Conn ell
121 Washington Avenue.
S, J, Fuhrman & Bro
Strap Roller for
'Awnings a Specialty
328 Lackiwaaua Ave., Scranton, Pa.
4 Ii Jv Ifflf
CITY. N. J.
WALTER J. BUZ BY.
BEAUTIFUL LAKE WESAUKINO
On a spur of the Alleghany Mountain. T.rhlgh
Valley railroad; near Tnu-nnda. Bathing, fKiIng,
i-portu, rtc. Kuellint table. Iteanonnhlc rates.
LAKE WESAUKINO HOTEL
P. O., Apex, Pa.
Send for booklet.
C. K. HARMS.
Do You Know?
Not our fault if you don't know
is the celebrated
We Wholesale it.
ill & Grain Go,,
Scranton and Olyphant.
I When in Need I
Of anything in the lino of
.j, optical goods we can supply it. ,,
land Eye Glasses
t-. Properly fitted by an expert
4. optician, ,
From $1.00 Up
Also all kinds of prescrip-
tion work and repairing. T
Mercereau & Conned,
132 Wyoming Avenue,
A Series ot delightful Sketches Just Is
sued by th Lackawanna Railroad. These
sketches are contained In a handsomely
illustrate'! t-ook called " Mountain and
Lake P.ajorts," which describes some of
tlio most attractive summer places In the
Send 6 Cents In postage stamps to T. W.
LEE, neneral Pacsengor Agent, New York
City, and a copy will 1)9 mailed )&ti.
THE NEW DISCOVERY
Kern Incandescent I
253-327 I'cnii -vonue.
TRIBUNE WANT ADS.
BRING QUICK RETURNS
1 Thirty-Three Scholarships
(Value $9,574) to be given In The Scranton
Tribune's Great EDUCATIONAL CONTEST.
List of Scholarships.
f 2 Scholarships In Byraciiso Unlvcr-
I slty, nt J 1.12 each 8G4
it... .j. 1 1 Scliolnrslilp In Uiickucll tJiilvur-
univcrsities nity : ddo
'. 1 Scliolnrslilp In Tho University of
I Rochester 32!
L SI 708
f 1 Scholarship In Washington School
for Boys 1700
1 Scholarship In 'Wllllnmsport Dick
inson Seminary 750
1 Scholarship In Dleklnson Collegiate,
Preparatory School 750
1 Scholarship In Newton Collcgtato
Pivnnrnf nr Institute 720
l-rcparaiory J 1 Scholarship In Kcystono Academy. Cuo
Cnhnnla I Scliolnrslilp In Brown Collcgo Prop
SCnOOIS nrutory School 600
1 Scholarship In the School of tlio
1 Scliolnrslilp In 'Wlllios-P.urra Insti
1 Scholarship In Cotult Cottaco
(Summer School) 230
( 4 Scholarships In Scrnnton Conser
vatory ot Music, nt $123 ench BOO
4 Scholarships In tho Hardcnbergh
School of Music nnd Art 4G0
nT.'.,.:-, 3 Scholarships In Scranton ftuslness
UUSIC College, nt $100 each 800
d. .., J 5 Scholarships in International Cor
oUSITieSS " respondenoo Schools, average
. - . . viiltio $."7 each 2S5
And Art 2 Scholarships In Inckawnnna Busi
ness Collcuo, at $S.i ench 170
2 Scholarships in Alfred "VVooler'a
Vocal Studio 123
The special rownrds will bo given to
the person seeming tho largest num
ber of points.
Points will bo credited to contest
ants securing new subscribers to Tho
Hcranton Triuunc ns roiiows:
One month's subset lptlon....$ .50
Three months' subscription. 1.23
Six months' subscription.... 2.50
One year's subscription 500
The contestant wtlh the highest num
ber of points will bo given a choice from
the list of special rewards; tho con
testant with tho second highest num
ber of points will bu given a choice, of
tho remaining rewards, and so on
through the list.
The contestant who secures the high
est number of points dining ny cal
endar months of the contest will re
ceive n special honor reward, this re
ward being entirely Independent of the
NOTICE that according to the
ANT WILL BE PAID, whether they
Special Honor Prizes for June.
Two Special Honor Prizes are to be presented to the contestants7
securing the largest number of points during the month of June. Only
points scored during June will be counted.
First Prize Ten Dollars in Gold.
Second Prize Five Dollars In Gold.
Special Honor Prizes for July, August, September and October
will oe announced later,
Those wishing to enter the Contest should send In their names at
once. All questions concerning the plan will be cheerfully answered.
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tTH AV..UE rWEEN 'JOTII AND QOTIISTS.
EUROPEAN PLAN. NEW. FlrEPRO0F
Convenient to Theatres and Shopping
Districts. Take 23rd sc. cross town
cars and transfer at 4th ave. direct
Rooms with Hath ") fSults with Bath
51.50 11 pwavd. f I $2.50.
V. H. PARKE, Proprietor.
Cor. Slxtfcnth St. and Ir ne I'lace,
American Plan, $3.50 Per Day and Upwards.
Kuropcan Plan, 1,00 Per Day and Upward
Epcclal Itatcu to Families
T. THOMPSON, Prop.
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r dlatrlct T
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X mlnutec' walk to Wannmakerss
T s mlnutca to Stceel Coopcr'B Dig T
T fitore. Easy of access to tho ureal
" Dry Good Stores.
X For Sightseers J
f One block from E'way Cam. civ. ;
Inrr easy transportation to U
4 points of intertst.
Cor, Uth BT. & UNIVERSITY Vli f
Only ono HlocU from Broadway,
1 KGOIII), 5I Up. Prices -Rwonibb ;
1 ks A
a Few Months
ultimate disposition of tho scholar-
Kuct contestant failing to secure a
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Do You Want
a Good Education?
Not a thort course, nor an easy course,
nor a cheap course, but the beat education
to be bad. No other education ia worth
spending time and money on. If you do,
write for catalogue ot
which offers thorough preparation In th.
Engineering and Chemical Professions as well
as the regular College courses. ' '
State Normal School
East Stroudsburg, Pa.
TI1I1 I'Ol'tirjAR Fitntn Institution Is lo-cntt-il
In tlio most B15AUTIKUI. PICTUn
KSQUU anil JIKArniFUI. part of thu
Stato. It Is In tho CtRUAT HUM.MKH
rtlOSORT RKOION of thn 111,1113 ridgk
mul TOCONO MOUNTAINS unci within
two miles of tho famous DK1.AWARH
WATUR Q,V RESORT.
Tuition Absolutely Free,
Tho total expenses for Hoarding;, Fur
nished 1001ns nnd nil other expenses only
$;ir,0 I'HR WKKK. In ndilltlnn to tho res
ulnr departments In tho Normal piopor,
we lnivo a flno COLLKOB PRKPARA.
TORY IJKPARTMUNT. Wo can snvo
you 0110 full year In your CoIIpkq Prep,
iiiatlnn. Dopai-tmonta of MUSIC. EI.O.
CUTION. ART-DRAU'INO. PAINTINO
IN CHINA mid WATER COLORS.tnuglu
A New Recitation Building
is now In eniirso of erection, which will
,..'r r ippiim nnnvf! Ri.?m it iort-
I-'or cataloguo" unit particulars address
GEO. P, BIBLE, A, M.
Dr. & Mrs. John MacDuffie's
firmOOT. FOR OTTIT.R
SSth year. Tttcnty-tlie cars under the manage,
inrnt of MISS HOWAHl). Collrce. preparatory
ana aeauenuc coui. nrautm pupuj nniiiea iq
U0. CO glrli noii-ieMcnt, lleautilul grounds,
Tennl courts, Inatriittlou In accordance ultli
lilgheat requirements of best college, for par.
tlcular and catalogue aildrev,
John MaiDulilc, l' 1),, Sprlngrleld, Man.
ECRANI0N C0RBE9P0NDENCE 30H03U)
T. 3. Foster, rretldent. Elmer II. Uwtll, Tttt.
B. J, Foster, Ettnlty P. Allen, j?
Vice President. Bcftirr.
clvo ii lino i.iiuor.um.v nun iiiurieen oiner
reel tit tlon rooms. A KINI-l GYMNA.
81UM! Our own El.KCTRIU MGUT
PIjANT! A Superior Kneulty! Uackwnnt
Pupils COACHED FREE. Nearly FIVF,
HUNDRED PUPILS ENROLLED thtu
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