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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1902,
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Oovernor-S W. PENNYPACKER.
Lieutenant Governor W. M. BROWN
ScCictiuv of Intel mil Affalis-JSAAC
Cohgl oss-WILLlAU OONNELL
Judgc-A. A. VOStll'RO
CommlFsloiKTS-JOIlN COURIER MOR-
fRIS. JOHN PENMAN.
Mine Insnoetois-LLEWELYN M. EV
ANS, DAVID T. VI I.I.I AMS
Eehntoi-JOTIN B JORDAN.
Fiist DNtiict-josnpir oi.ivr.n
Second nistilct-.lOHN SCItEl nil, JR.
Thild Disttlrt-EinVARD .TAMES
romth DlstilU-P. A. PIIILUIN
Election day, Nov. I.
Theie K one tiling about Piesldent
TtQoseelt. when lie stuits to play on
the political organ ho Is not nfrniil to
pull out the "plain ilutj" stop mil plav
Vhntoei he thinks should be plajed.
It usually pleases the public, too.
Counting the Cost.
HOW Tim stilke Is nrfUt
Ing the opei.itois may be
gleaned fioni tho statements
of the Lehigh Valley anil
Rending Coal e oinpimtes cot cling July
and August, just Issued.
The earning'! and Income fioni n.l
souites of tho Lehigh Valley Coal com
pany for August weie Jl'-'S.iVJJ, a du
el case over August, 11)01, of $1,G'0,I!1;
expenses and taxes weie $27.",19-', a de
cicase of $1, .199,004, leaving a deficit lor
the month of $14G7)'i. .is against a de
ficit for August l.ibt j ear of $m 83J. The
earnings and income fioin all aouices
foi the two months of the pioient
fiscal jeai weie $.'10,!s90, a (leciease ot
$J,937, 142 over the ten lespoiiellng peilod
of las,t eai; expenses and taes weie
$5113,031, a decicasu of $J,S4S,40."; leaving
ti deficit of $.110,100 as against a dellcit
for the same peilod last e.u ot $207,-
Receipts of the Heading f'o.U and
Iron company lor August weie $.'1-',-"12,
a decieabe of $.',182,071. compaiul
with Augubt of last eai. Expenses
were ?324,4d7, a deticase of $1,GG2,0S1,
showing a deficit loi the month of
$282,144 as against net earnings in Aug
ust, 1901, of $2J7,r41. T'oi the two
months of the piesent fiscal je.u the
lecelpts of the coal company weie
$19S,310, a deciease of $3,Slb,,)7S. com
pared with the. coiiesponding peilod
last jeai;, expenses $1,030,421, a 0 -crease
of $3,064, rB."i; showing a deficit
lor the piesent fiscal jear of $,")40 911,
at, against net earnings for the cone-'
ponding peiiod ot last jeai ot $213,"02
The lato of loss shown in the case of
tho Lehigh Valley Coal company would
amount, on tho above basis, lor the
peilod of the stiike to about $300,000;
and in the case of the Reading Coal
nnd lion coinpanj to ncaily $2,000,000.
This is exclusive, of couise, in each In
stance, to the loss in l.iilvvay tiafllc
and to the loss of maiKet.s, the latter
of which not being jet estimable. The
showing is a seilous one, but the loss
of tho men on stiike and of the com
munities affected has been Inimensui-
The "antl-niachlne" imity of Scliadt,
Fahey &. Co, can coit.iinly use Itself
ns a houlble example.
Bryan OuUBryaned in Now York
Tim DECLARATION of the
New- Yoik Demoeiacy In
favor of tho nationalization
of the coal mines bids for
the suppoit of socialists of all giades
and also for that of peisons ordinal lly
conservative and nitlonul, but now dis
til bed In theii mental piocesses by the
h pilee of coal, This distuibance Is
ipoiary; and when It .shall have
Ised away, as In a few weeks at
khest It must, the Paiatoga Demo-
Kc platfouu vslll fall fiat.
little lelieotlon will show thnt to
Cany out David H. Hill's nutloiuilizlns
pi ap;i amine would Involve n wholesale
iecnnT!nuciou in the AmeiUan gov
einflienfi'iAS'atvv'ilter in the New' "Yoik
TiiCjfiSotlen'ily points out, nt piesent
the.tfn(ted States can acqulto no foot
of (iH'iin4l.,vlthin the confines of a Mate
wlthput consent of tho btatn nutlior-ttleA-At,
9C( per cent, of the anthi.uito
coal fields aie In Pennsylvania, tho
New Yoik Demociatlo platform's pol
icy could not be can led out without tho
consent of Pennsjlvunla. Nobody for
an lijgtant supposes that this would bo
given, nut if wo assume the linpi cit
able, that such consent has been uslfeil
awl obtulned, wo are only nt tho be
ginning of,,our tioubles. For, as tho
New Yoik vvilter fuither shows, If tho
fedeinl government must mine the coal
to sae the people fioin failiue of the
eubiiV.Mt nuist dlsti Unite It also. If
the people must hao cheap coal, they
must' be protected fioni vailioad mtcs,
wjilqli-mlght pentialUe nil the advant
age 9f goveinment sulci, at or below
cost In the coal legions. This would
lead logically and necessailly to the
nationalization of tullioads. Hut a
Jnrge pait of the countiy's fuel supply
consists of bituminous coal. The gov
einment could not consistently take
over (the anthracite mines without also
assuming ownership and contiol of the
competitive soft coal mines, etpeclally
In view of the Met that the union of
mine tvorkors extends throughout both
classes of mines.
Assuming the power ot the feilernl
government to bo so extended, rllhor
by constitutional amendment or state
consent, as to enable It to own and
nmnnge tho fuel nnd railroad liuhtstilos
of the country, wo Phould then come
plump against the question of denting
w Ith the labor pi olileni Involved, Should
the government try to tun the mining
bimlness at it profit? To do so would
mean disputes over wages, and either
stilkes or a nititd tllsnppeainnco of the
tlmucc to opei ate profltitblj'. To inn
It at a loss, on the other hand, would
be In effect to pension the labor en
gaged In It, nt the expense of the tu
paylng public, a situation which would
either ciect a pilvllcged class or lesult
In n clamor fioin other gtotips of labor
ing men to be alto taken under' the
fedoial wing that could not bo denied
logically nor acceded to without tho
utter saci illo of Individual Initiative
and pilvatc enteipilse. Hryan In his
wildest di earns never went so far as
Of com so, ns a matter of fart, the
Hill platfoun Is not seilous. it Is a
ciafty demagogue's leckless gamble on
a tcmpoiniy cotulUlon of distuibance
In public opinion, a "good enough Mor
gm until after election " The veiy faot
that political conditions should peimlt
so radical a pioposlllon .to be bulled
suddenly Into the arena of public dis
cussion without the pievlous knowl
edge or consent of the men constituting
the New Yoik Dpinociatlc convention
tin own absolutely by one man, not a
master of Industiy or a ptoround stu
dent of statesmanship or economics,
but just a politician momentarily In
control of a piece of puty machlneiy
that nssuied compliant e with his
wishes lllustiates how dnngeious to
stable values would be political roal
mining and political i.tllioadlng. Tho
Ameilcan people aie sometimes foolish
for a spnson, but nt bottom they aie
not fools, as David H. Hill, if be lives
long enough, will find out to his per
The Philadelphia Pi ess, now the
Quay oi gun in Pennsylvania, gives to
Senatoi Quay the ciedit for suggesting
to President Roosevelt the idea of In
lllng Mitchell and the "coal batons"
to a confoience with him. It sajs that
when Piesldent Roosevelt stalled West
on Sept. 19 Senatoi Qunj, without ob
seivation, lode with him fiom Ti en
ton to Geimnntown Junction and dur
ing this horn's title piesented the ad
sdblllty of Piesldent Roosevelt's un
officially leuuestlng a joint confeience
of mlncis' oflicials and opeiatois to
discuss their diffeiences and endeavor
to an he at a settlement of the tiouble.
Democrats and Cuban Reciprocity
THIS DEMOCRATS of Connec
ticut cannot have read the
Demociatic Campaign Cook
issued a few weeks ago bj
the Demociatic Congtession.il commit
tee In theii state convention at New
Haven, Sept. 23, the Connecticut Denio
ciats deciaied. "The Demociatic puty
believes that leciprocltv with Cuba is
demanded bv the highest consider i
tlons of moialitj-," a,iT-"we favoi un
Immediate and sub-,1 mUal i eduction of
the laiiff on Cub in lmpoits by lecip-locitj-,
lieatv or otheivvlse, in older
that the taillf ulations between the
Cnlted States and Cuba may be made
mutuallv piofltablo and that oui obli
gations to assist the joung lepuhllc to
a pel innnent place among the sistei
hoocl of nations ninj be fully recog
nied and piomptly met."
This platfoun ol the Connecticut
Deinociats is not in peifect hainiony
with the Demociatlo Campaign Rook
which dec lai ss "In pi notice leclpioelty
is vvoite than pi otec tlon," and "Recip-locitj-
is based upon the same false
theoiies as is piotectlon, and like pio
tectlon is n sliam and .1 humbug." The
Campaign Rook nlso sajs; "As Cuba
Is comp.uativel.v piospeious, and wages
aie about double what they weie a
fevv'jenis ago, tiieie I- no excuse foi
making donations to Cuba oven if the
onlln.ii j people could get them" Again
that book sajs: "Recipiocitj as pto
posed with Cuba Is of the Haw all in
kind, and would benefit the owneis of
Cuban lands and the sugai and to
bacco ti lists, which nip the piinelpal
puiohnsei.s of Cuba s most impoitant
The question will natuially be asked
which lepiesents tlie Demociatic senti
ment of the couutiy, the Demociatic
platform In Connecticut or tho Pcino
cm alio Campaign Rook, published by
autlioilty of the DeniOw'iullo Congies
Joseph IJ. Manley may be collect In
saIiig that for political i caserns it
would not be bad for the Republican
pint j- to lose control of the next houtc,
inasmuch as it would give the Demoe
iacy iiiiothei chance to exhibit its in
capacity, NeM'ttlieless', wo consider
that the couutij's Inteicst in the elec
tion Is too Important to justify foolish
Editor Wauen Wnith Ualloy, of tho
Jcflinstovvn Deinoei.it, llguics it out
that If the unthi.tcite coul companies
weie made to pay full value taxes
hardly anjbody else would need to pay
any taxes. We've no doubt that not
having to pay any tuxes would suit
In other Uuiley udinliably.
No lenson has been suggested why
Mr. Raer should tesign because of the
president's Invitation to today's confab.
On tho controiy, tho chances nto he
will go prepaid! to show that ho Is not
the resigning kind,
Devc'ty Is tho peisonllicatlon of the
backbone and woiklng sinew of the
Democratic p.uty, yet Illll turns him
down. Evidently David incfeis le
spectublllty to votes,
The vatious attempts of stock gam
bling oilgin (o make out that Secre
tary Shaw doesn't know his business
aie not succeeding these days.
Pei haps as good ,D way as any to
settle that Union patty row would be
to buiy the paity,
- i i
The Democratic patty, having laid
to rest the entire family of Issues so
piomlnent In the beginning of the cam
paign, Is now pleading for ts own life.
The pathos oi It bilngi to mind an In
cident In which a colored man was one
time pleading In Ills own defense!
"Jedgo," said he, "don't put mo nvvnyj
I've been llvln around hcio a good
many years nn' I've never been lynched
Ily no means do the Republicans look
upon a protective tariff as n fetish to
ho blindly wot shipped. They rather re
gard It ns n simple business pioposl
llon feubject to tho nrjlng laws of
trndp. it Is a well known fact that a
duty necessary this jenr will be to
tally unnecessary later on, but It takes
time to pass laws to cot root this. There
fore dcsliablc changes sometimes have
to wait, and this will be tho case with
the piesent schedules. They will bo at
tended to by their Republican friends
In due time.
After all Is said, the fact should not
ho ovei looked' that Amei leans now
tinvel over Ameilcan made rails, diawn
by Ameilcan locomotives, eat Ameri
can food f i om American dishes, drink
fiom American glasses, wear American
clothes nnd wore the oceans to become!
Impnsslblo no seilous dlscomfoit to
Amei leans would lesult, and nil this
has been brought about by the Re
publican system of protection, ,
Republican secrotailes of tho tieas
ury liao to plan to got their surplus
Into the channels of tinde, while Dem
ociatic secietaries bad to scheme to
get funds for current expenses.
A good bnlance, good wages, good
times nnd good tinde as against a de
ficit, low wages, hard times and a dim
inishing commerce uie the questions
befoto the people.
With tpie conclusion of the Pacific
cable no- being laid, Manila will be In
closer communication with Washing
ton than was New Yoik sixty years
The fact that Judge Ponnypncker,
Candidate Patllson, Manngeis Quay
and Guffey and all the small fry aie
for ballot lefoim this j'ear should give
The Demociatic idea of ballot reform
Is to put the Republican majoiity in
the minoiilj-, and that Is why It doesn't
go half so far in Pennsylvania as in
the Southei n states
The tiusts that Demociatic politicians
do not belong to, are accoi cling to
Demociatic diagnosis, the wicked ones.
I'rom the Philadelphia. Pies.
Pemisvlvauln vear after jear, sends a
Inigpr Republican delegation to the house
of lcprescntatlvcs thai, nnv other state
In tno union A Pennsv lvania Republican
lms been the -.cmoi member of the hoU"-e
for almost a generation The caiclln.il
piinpiplfs for which the Republican partj'
staiins ilnds in this state their staunchest
and most steadfast advocates. The Re
publican mtlonal ticket for many vears
his obtained its laigest state mojoritv In
Pennv lvania. In ucognition of these
ficts, It would be an act of giaee, ns
well as an act of ti.stlce, for the Repub
licans of the ni-xt house to select tliPir
speaker fiom the I'ennsj lvania delega
tion. 'fheip Is no luck of men of expeiipiice
nnrl ability in the Pennsylvania. Ropubll-c-in
deb gat ion Tiieie Hie. several who
have ov'eiy qu illfic itiou for the speakPi
sblp Oeiicial ningh im, of this citj, tho
father of tlin house, is natuially thought
of In this cnnupctloii, but It l- mulct stood
he does not desire to be a candidate.
Congressman Olmsted's ci ilms are being
urgnd bj some oi his ft lends. Ho would
mike nn excellent speikcr, but his com
pel aliv civ biief scivlce In the bouse
woulel opeiate against him as a candi
date. The' logical Pennsjlvaulu cnniliclito Is
Its rtfiroscntntivu in the house committee
on rules Hon, John Dalzell, of Plttsbuig.
Mom ol the npwspnpeis of the state liiivo
ahead' piopospd his name, t'neler Sir.
Reed's spcakcishlp, Mr. Dalzell nnd Mr.
O THE GOOD PEOPLE of Northeastern Penn
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You have your choice of selecting your Fall
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One whole store and basement devoted en
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Such prices for Dependable Footwear as the follow
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Boys Shoes from ....
Men's Shoes from . . .
Children' a and Infant's Shoes from
Misses' Stioes from . . .
Ladies' Shoes from . . .
Wholesale and Retail
114-116 WYOMING AVENUE.
Henderson were tho speaker's Iteutcnnnts
on the lloor, of the homo, nnd with the
speaker, directed Its order of business,
When Mr. Henderson succeeded to tbo
spoakcrshop, Mr. Dntzell, with Mr. Ores
vonor, of Ohio, wielded this sntno power
In tho Iioubc. Thlrf position, with frequent
.pcrvlee as speaker pro tempore, has given
Mr. Dnlzell a pnillamentnry skill nnd ex
perience whlpli prepare him for tho fa
cile dlscliittgo of tho duties of speaker
from the beginning.
New York, having tho president, Is not
In it position to demand nlso tho third
office of tho government, though two of
lis congressmen are Hpolten of ns candi
dates. Now England 1ms enjoyed rather
tuoro than her sluiro ot the spcakcishlp
In the past thlrtv j-cars. Tho West has
thnt honorable ofllco nt present and will,
no doubt, want to retain It. In tho mul
tiplicity of candidates, It Is, however, nny
man's light. The Pciinsvlvnnla delegation
should present Its candidate. Mr. Dnlcll
Is In a better position than any other
member from this state to comnmnd out
sldo suppoit, Tho delegation, therefore,
should present him unatilmouslj-. It Is
true, ho has not nlwnys been In harmony
at nil points with tho state organisation,
but this Is n year when thcro Is a gcnornl
disposition to heal past breaches and
unlto the party.
Mr. Dnlzell Is and nlwa.vs was a staunch
Republican. The principles and measures
ot tho Republican party havo no abler
odvocnto and exponent on the floor of tho
hoti'o than tho member from Plttsbuig.
Pennsylvania Is- fortunate. In being able
to command his services, and tho Penn
sylvania Republican delegation should
make a united effort to place him In tho
sented for a peep at
Has consented to
Take Elevator at
324 Lackawanna Ave.
t t h k t . t k fc tt v,
We have dry, clean, Old Oats.
Old Oats are much better
Higher in price but
"You pay your money and
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Call us by phone:
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The temperature at the AGIN'E W.
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TARirr OF RATJ3S:
Sinirlo room (bath) $1 ."0 to $:00
Doublo looms (bith), 1 peisem $-'00
Double 100ms (bath), .' poisoiis....SJ 0U
llatli loom" adjolnlnc.
LaiKO doublo 100ms, with pilvnto
bull looms, 1 peifeon $3 00
Liiro doublo looms, with pilvnto
hath 100ms, 2 pei.sons $100
Suites of puloi, bedioom nnd
' bath for 1 poison $1 00, $4 110, $100. $7.0)
Suites of pmlor.bedi 00111 nnd luth,
for J poisons ..,.$100, $.' 00. JO 10. JSOO
Suites of parlor, 2 bediooms nnd
bath $7 00, $s no. $10 00
n. M. 13AIU.T3 & SON,
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Com t IIouso clock, will be counted.
EXCEPT: Thosa received by mall
nnd postmarked at or before 8 p. m.
SPECIAL HONOR PRIZES
TIVE DOLLARS IN GOLD to the
contestant bilnging in the largest
number of points between October 1
and S.itinilay. October 11.
1-IVE DOLLARS IN GOLD to the
contestant bringing in the largest
number of points during tho week
ending Satin day, October 18.
Do You Want
a Good Education? l
not a more course, nor to tuj count, 5
nor a cheap course, Due tbo ben education
to bo bad. No other education la north
(pending time and money on. It you do,
ivrlto lor 0 catalogue ot
which offers thorough preparation in tha
Engineering and Chemical Professions as well
as the regular College courses.
fSTATE KOMI SCHOlO
EAST STBOUDSBURG, PA.
Regular Stato Nnrniil Comses and
Special Dcpiutments of Jluslc, Elocu
tion, Ait. Pi awing, Stenejgiuphy and
Tjpowiltlng! Btioii,; College) Prcpara
Boaidlng espouses $3.'0 psi week.
Pupils iielmlttcel at any time Winter
T01 in opens Dec ."Jth. Wilto for cata
logue. ii, U, iitiinr, A, 10.,,
ECUANUOJf COBRESPONDEN0E S0HO3I.J
T, J, Foster, i'lc.iilent, timer 11. Lawall, lrcth
U. 3, Foster, Stanley P, Allen,
Vice President. Secretary,
Second Hand Pumps Our Specialty
Wo cany In stock tho largest Una qt
second hand niachinciy ot uuy house In
the uuthiiicltei coil illstilcts. It will ntf
)ou to phono U3 bci'oia purchasing
Mucin, Ji. . Uuiitlugtou, Jl umilindi-O
etuct, WIlKcs-Bauc, l'a.