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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1902.
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SCItANTON. JULY 11, 1802.
ncivernor-S. W. PRNNYPACKKH.
Lieutenant Govemor-W. M. BROWN.
Scci-otmy nf Internal Affnlrs-ISAAC B
First Dlstrlcl-JOSRPII OTJVRH.
Second Distilct-.IOHN SCHEPBR, Jit.
Third DIstrlct-KnWARD JAMES.
Fourth Distrlct-P. A. PIIILBIN.
Predicting fraud In advance of a pri
mary election and, when beaten, clulni
lnpr that fraud did It is a. device po
hoary ns to need no notice. The ex
planation of William Connell's vote at
the primaries Involves no mystery. It
simply goes back to the fact that ns
congressman he ninde ho creditable a
record that the people demand his re
turn. The people are not easily fooled.
President Hitchell and the Clti
IT IS TRUIS, as President Mitchell
said in his speech at Nanticoke,
that In the main tho striking
mine workers have conducted
their movement with notable self-restraint.
Wo know of no other strike
similar In magnitude, duration and
complex racial features which has been
attended with less turbulence. Hut this
Is not strange when we consider that
most of tho English speaking miners
of the anthracite region and many of
those who do not speak Kngllsh are
naturally law-abiding and some of
them are among the most conservative
citizens that we have. There have been
outbreaks of restlessness, to be sure;
some quite exasperating but nothing
like the general and serious riotous
conditions characteristic of most large
But we concur with the Wilkes-l-larre
Itecord in thinking that President
Mitchell misconceives tho purpose and
scope of the Citizens' Alliance and Is
needlessly hostile to its work. As that
paper well says: "There are many
w;orking people among the members
and they certainly would not have
joined It If the organization assumed to
be hostile to labor. On the contrary, It
Is a lawful organization one that
sprang Into existence almost In a night
for the purpose of combatting boycot
ting, efllgy hanging and other hateful
doings which cannot be tolerated In a
civilized community. It is not claimed
that the strikers caused these disturb
ances In every instance, but, no matter
who the perpetrators were, they trans
gressed the majesty of the law. No
doubt others would have followed had
not the citizens banded together to
fight them and to enforce the law. Tho
organization of tho Citizens' Alllnnce
Is a noble one and It already has had a
deterring effect upon lawbreakers. The
organization does not take sides be
tween tho operators nnd tho miners It
1 stands simply for law and enn be ap
pealed to by nnyono who has been tho
victim of the boycolters. Mr. Mitchell's
address was a very good ono In the
main, but we think he misjudges the
Tho gravamen of Mr. Mitchell's ob
jection to the alliance; seems to be that
its meetings are conducted secretly.
They aro not more secret than are the
meetings of the -organization over
which Mr. Mitchell presides, Both could
well afford to hold open meetings, In our
. opinion, except when transacting busi
ness essentially private. Rut whether
public or secret, the alliance does no
ijmoro than to co-operate with Mr.
SMlteJieU and the other strike leaders In
j preserving .-law, and order. Therefore'
2 antagonism between the two Is unwise
nnd,- In our judgment, unnecessary.
'Possibly if tho alliance should Invito
J Mr, Mitchell to attend Its meetings nnd
Ileum nt tirst hand just what their pur
iposo Is, he would become convinced
that ho has misjudged It. The experi
ment, might bo worth trying.
It tho reports from llarrlsburg as to
;tho harmonizing of Htono nnd lSlklu bo
jtruc, nnd there Is no reason to doubt
jtheni, Candidate Pattlson might as well
Juggling with Justice.
ND1CTKD In Georgia, for misap
propriating nnd embezzling over
' 5,000,000 from the United States
government in connection with
river and harbor Improvement at
Snvunnuli, Benjamin I), Clieeno ami
orufFvGaynor (led to the province of
.fj;iebec in Canada and huvo since suc
cessfully resisted ull efforts of the
American, depurtment of Justice for
;The story of the ways and means of
their resistance Is told In detail In n
special report to tho attorney general
at Washlngtoon, made by ns represen
tative in charge of the case, Mui'iou
Erwln. It is too Ions und too technical
ka story to repeat here; but Its eub-
tance Is that by employing ob their
iqjrneya the Iftwflrm of JTitzpatrlcb,
Parent Taschorcau, Hoy & Cannon,
ono of whose members Is minister of
Justice of the Dominion of Canndii, an
other prime minister of Quebec, nnd
nholhcr son of tho denuty attorney
general of Quebec! uIpo by employing
ns ndillllonnl counsel a law partner of
tho attorney ceneml of Quebec nnd a
son of the extradition commissioner of
Quebec the fugitive.", nrccno and Ony
nor, linvo been- enabled to pull wires In
a manner Unit would jiot. In Mr. Kr
wln's opinion, be tolerated In cither
Knglnnrt or tho United Stales. Kays
Mr. Hrwln, very significantly: "It will
(litis be scon "lliat before we enn finally
tnko the prisoners out of Canada we
will have to submit the regularity of
our proceedings In some very Import
ant features to n high tifllclnl of the
dominion government whoso firm wns
retained In ndvanco of the extradition
proceedings to resist extradition, nnd
whoso powerful political Influence has
been felt at every turn the case has
taken. If this slate of affairs Is to con
tinue without protest on the part of
our government, wo had Just as well
understand In ndvanco that extradition
nf criminals from Canada under our
trcnty docs not apply to cases whore
the fugitives have committed financial
crimes of masnltude."
This Is u serious charge. It amounts
to an Impeachment of the honor and
official rectitude of the Canadian min
ister of Justice: and to an allegation
that the courts of Canada, or some of
them, are flagrantly crooked. But the
government nt Washington apparently
Is ready to stand back of It, for on re
ceipt of Mr.KrwIn's report the actlnc
attorney general called tho matter to
the attention of the state department,
saying In his letter of transmittal: "It
has been a matter of great surprise to
this department that such a state of
affairs as that reported could exist In
any country controlled by British sen
timent nnd laws, and 1 respectfully re
quest that tho facts bo laid before tho
representative of His Britannic Maj
esty, In order that the matter may be
dealt with in accordance with the high
standards of British justice." And the
secretary of state, It Is announced, will
bring the matter to the attention of the
British embassy at once,
Further developments will certainly
be awaited with Intense Interest.
Governor Stone Is correct In his state
ment of the law covering tho calling
out of the National Guard. The Guard
is not intended to replace, but In grave
emergency to supplement- tho local
police power. A resolute sheriff seldom
has need of It.
A Railroad War.
Y PUTTING two and two to
gether, the conclusion has
been reached In many places
that the Gould Interests In
tend soon to contest with the Pennsyl
vania railroad for the through traffic
between Pittsburg nnd tidewater. Fol
lowing the Western Maryland deal,
which put the Goulds In possession of
a favorable water terminal, came the
sudden termination by the Pennsylva
nia people of their contract with the
Western Union Telegraph company, a
Gould property, and tho substitution
of a contract with the Postal generally
regarded as a reprisal of war. And
now comes tho story, somewhat nebu
lous, to bo sure, that a new company
which was recently chartered at llar
rlsburg to build a railroad from Phila
delphia to Ooatesville ostensibly a
trolley company, with enough steam
trimmings to gain the right of eminent
domain Is in reality part of a plan to
make a new trunk line through to Pitts
burg, there to connect with the AVab
ash. Commenting upon these signs
and rumors, the Philadelphia Inquirer
"It is now seventeen years since the
failure of the South Penn to parallel
the Pennsylvania. That enterprise was
undertaken with great spirit. It was
backed by millions. 'The work was ac
tually undertaken, and today there ex
ist many high banks and holes in the
ground, attesting tho belief of tho In
corporators In the practicability of their
plnn. As Is well known, that enterprise
came to naught. The South Penn was
absorbed by the Pennsylvania. Anoth
er possible rival, thfe Beech Creek, was
taken over by the Vanderbllts, who at
the same time absorbed the completed
West Shore and Nickel Plate systems,
which made a through line from Ho
boken to Chicago. At the same time
tho Gnrretts, stung by their accidental
and dramatic failure to get possession
of the Philadelphia, Wilmington and
Baltimore, constructed u Hue to this
city to connect with tho Reading. Tho
road was built, the Baltimore and Ohio
went Into the hnuds of a receiver and
Is now controlled by the Pennsylvania.
Later Mr. -MeLeod had the Reading
lease the Lehigh Valley and the New
Jersey Central, an nllmnee which the
Pennsylvania Interests soon broke, and
tho Reading for a third time went
Into the hands of a receiver. Its wings
were clipped to the pxtent that It be
came no longer a formidable competi
tor of tho Pennsylvania. Mr. Gould
must be perfectly aware of the nature
of the problem ahead of him, Ho Is
accredited with much of the astute
ness of his father, and ho certain
would not undertake such an limuens
task without first counting tho cost
This state Is willing to have all tho
railway competition that Is possible,
If any now corporation can in any way
exceed the service of tho Pennsylvania.
It will be welcomed."
For many years there has been sore
complaint at the congestion of freight
business In Pittsburg, That city has
become, as It were, the Industrial hub
of tho universe; and while the Penn
sylvania railroad has shown extraor
dinary enterprise in tho development
of lis facilities It has literally not been
nblo tu keep pace with the Hood tide
of Pittsburg's prosperity, Long ago
Andrew C.irnegio foresaw what has
como to puss and tried to Induco com
petition In transportation to the east
ern seaboard; In later years the de
mand for It has been llcrcc, We do
not doubt that there would be ample
business for two roads connecting Pitts
burg with Atlantic ports, and it should
be remembered In this connection that
tho American export trade in iron, steel
and llnlshcd materials Is comparatively
young yet. Whatever tho ultimate In
tention of the Goulds in this matter
may be, (t 13 pretty ecrtujn that u time
wilt como when necessity will force the
Increased facilities already urgently
The announcement Hint IUisseH Suge
Is not Milling the steel trust will bo
received with pleasure. It would be
loo bad to force tho corporation to take
to tho woods so early In tho game.
With the granting of amnesty In tho
Philippines, the war correspondent has
packed his grip nnd started for Cas
tro's stumping ground,
According to Mr. Mitchell, It begins
to look ns though It would soon be nec
essary f eall out the police to suppress
the Citizens' Alliance.
While not as modest as Pat Crowe
In his operations, bandit Tracy seems
to bo about as difficult to locate on the
ICven the most rabid English haters
now seem willing that lid ward should
CONCERNING THE PRIMARIES.
Thinks He's a Wonder.
From the Plttston Guzetto.
Congressman Council Is certainly a
wonder as a candidate for tho lower
hoiiho. For tho fourth successive term
lie has been niude tho candidate of hl3
parly In a district that never before elect
ed any congressman to succeed himself.
Tho Republican primaries were neiu yes
terday in Lackawanna nnd Mr. Council
defeated his opponent, ex-Speakor Farr,
almost three to one. This, too, in the
face of the fact that Consrcssman Cou
ncil is n coal oportor, while his opponent,
who Is a member of a labor union, en
deavored to arouse tho striking mlno
workers to support him, on tho ground
that he wns a unionist.
A Magnificent Victory.
From the AVIIkcs-Burro Record.
Congressman AAilllam Council achieved
a lnagiilllcent victory over his opponents
at tho primary election In Lackawanna
county on Tuesday. Among those who
understood the situation In Lnckawnnna
there was little doubt nt any time that
Mr. Cnnnell would score a victory, but
It was not expected that his majority
would bo so overwhelming, llo can cer
tainly feel proud of the vindication ho
has received from his own parly. For
at least some time to como Mr. Connell's
leadership will not be disputed In Lacka
wanna. Ills election Is not doubted.
He Would Be Welcome.
From the llarrlsburg Star-Independent.
Congressman Connell, of Scranton, who
was a pronounced and steadfast support
er of Attorney General Klkln for the Re
publican gubernatorial nomination, has
carried bis county of Lackawanna by a
majority of three to ono for re-nomlna-tlon,
over ex-Speaker Farr, tho Quay can
didate. The fight against Connell wis
bitter and persistent. It looks as If
I'ennypacker had better make Ills first
stump speech, after resigning Ills seat on
the Philadelphia bench, In Lackawanna
This One Expresses Surprise.
From tho AA'llkes-Barro Dally News.
lion. AAilllam Connell had a walk-over
In the Republican primaries in Lacka
wanna county on Tuesday. He defeated
his opponent, John R. Farr, for the nomi
nation for congress by a vote of two to
one. Farr's poor showing Is somewhat
of a surprise. His campaign was widely
advertised and he had some powerful
politicians back of him, too. Tho result
shows that the rank and file of the G. O.
P. In our sister county still worship at
tho Connell shrine.
Shows the Fitness of Things.
From the llarrlsburg Telegraph.
Congressman AVUIIam Council has over
whelmingly defeated cx-Spenker Farr for
the congressional nomination In the
Scranton district. This was to have been
expected, and that Mr. Connell won out
three to one ought not to occasion any
surprise. 1 le has served Ids constituents
with distinguished ability and ildcllty,
nnd the old notion that our representa
tives In congress should be changed every
term or two no longer obtnlns where Im
portant Interests demand the attention
of a capable man. A new member of
congress must necessarily lose much
valuable time getting onto the curves of
legislation and his constituents suffer ac
cordingly. Great cities like Philadelphia
and Pittsburg continue their representa
tives from term to term and many small
districts huvo adopted tho same ruin
without formal action. As a matter of
fact, when a district gets a good man
In congress he should bo kept there so
long ns ho continues to represent his con
stituents satisfactorily. Mr. Connell has
done much for Scranton and Ills Lacka
wanna county people and they will send
blm back to AVashlugton with a strong
popular endorsement at tho November
election, as they should.
A SUMMER CRUISE.
Cruising, either lu a cabin yacht, a
stv.im yacht or launch, affoids ono of tho
most satisfactory vacations ono can well
Imagine, This summer promises to see
more of tills than ever before. It com
bines; sumo of tho roughing of camp Ufo
with u constant chango of scene, tho de
lightful sense of exploration, tho excite
ment of unknown possibilities in weather
and wat.'-r anil unfamiliar harbors and
tin continual expectation of the unfore
seen, Tuilii;1 It Is a dinner at a famous
resort; U.nioirow a clam bako In snmo
sheltered cove, Long hours of lazy ils
'.x and lulling on the swell of a ripple
less mln, wltli never a-caro In tho wide
wori 1. hours of horn-tooting suspense
In tho smothering fog shroud, exciting
ra-es for safety behind the harbor bar
iiirit'ist the cimtng storm, when tho sea
tiiKcs mi r dull sickly lino and the curl
ing 'mIkp rt ii wuvo gleams like lliu teeth
In tho stun I ot an angry beast, chaneo
meetings villi old llshermcn and deep-sc.t
hallors, with gamboling porpoises or
mail hau wl'.n a school of mackerel whon
Spring anil Summer Oxfords and Roots
that content tho mind and comfort the
Men's "Always" Busy Oxfords, $3.00
Ladies' "Melba" Oxfords, $2.50.
Lewis & Reilly,
114-110 Wyoming Avenue
tho water seems literally nllvo with llsh,
night salting nnd tho perplexing study of
strange lights, and ever nnd always tho
splendid nlr nnd tho splendid appetites
that aro the two great tonics of tho sen,
(:o to tnnko this form of outing ono of tin
mitigated delight to ono lu whom there
l no Inherent fear of tho water. Colin
try Llfo In America.
From the Philadelphia Pros?.
"Such cnrclessness Is tlttlo short of
criminal," thundered Dr. Prlco-Prlco, nn
grlly. "Oh, doctor," sobbed Mrs, Sassloty
Llcdor's nttrso gltj, "do you blnmo mo for
tho baby's lllnesi?"
"Most assuredly. You should know bet
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Tickets, including meals and state
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