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Lowell Sun (Newspaper) - February 19, 1898, Lowell, Massachusetts SHOULDN'T IT LEADS EVERY IN LOWELL IN WHY SHOULDN'T NO IN TOWN COM- PARKS WITH IT AS THE LOWELL SUN ALI m THB THB THB AND READING PUBLIC ADMIT THB SUN IS ELL'S 11 a 21ST YEAR FEBRUARY 12 PAGES 1 CENT FIRST THE and colder weather Indicated lor Now England tonight and Sunday It will become unsettled ing and snow la probable day night or The winds will lie to FHB SO. Moon High a. p.m. IN LABOR'S REALM Spinners Not Favorable to a SHOE SHOP DAILY LONG ON SENSATION Specific and Emphatic Denial of tain Alarming Nothing Kept From the The Senate Involved in the Dis- Scathing De- nunciation of Spanish Defense of the The Fund Amounts to THE MAROI GRAS Festival was a Billiant i of three of the representatives and two members of requiring formidable had grown the aspect that at the close of office hours Secretary was Induced to make the following statement aa easiest disposing at one all these The union held meeting last evening at which the mutter general strike was There was a pronounced sentiment against the strike idea and the report of as F. ihe delegate to the Boston conference wna The Question was raised as to whether or not ring spinners could he admitted to tho National It was the Impression that should be ad- The following letter explains F. Secretary Lowell Mass. Blr and have juat received your letter and the check for to help the weavers of New The battle IB well rin and In my opinion tory is In sight and Lowell will soon be the fruits of our Notwithstanding tlie rumor that got out about the division In our we arc still keeping up a bold and although there fs some we must expect no ciple Is worth having unless It is worth The be great or the will be an I will forward copies of laws and also copies of the laws of the state Tell your members Tve feel aged by their action nnd all we hope for Is that Lowell will soon join New Bedford in celebrating a well tamed not for New 1'edford but for the weavers of New Wishing you In your or to organize our croft in Lowell I remain yours in To the and Spoolers of You are hereby requested to meet in the Middle day February 21, at S when business of the most important nature win he brought before A code of rules the government of your organization will be submitted 1o you for your approval or A report of the financial condition of the society witl also be A report of the progress of your delegate to secure various to the Fines now in the a copy of the ments suggested be laid before It is hoped that all members and wishing to Join our organization will attend and show by their bers that they are determined better conditions both financially and for our tolling slaters In our The speakers will be T. F. W. L Fred and Rudolph Chen William F. Tern The shoo shop strikers will a meeting In Associate Hall morrow afternoon at which they be addressed by James F. of Council in er hill and a labor The strikers met In 31. Joseph's on Dutton street yesterday and were Messrs. and The strikers will Bet their pay They are well Feb. feature of the day at the navy department was the number of rumors of a warlike be appointed to Investigate the dency that came to the attention ot Hale ex ho i aa requiring So The he was even now be- ing thoroughly Investigated by the executive department of the and as soon as tangible results were readied the facts would be com- to had said Mr. entire might be disposed ot without It seems to me that In the circumstances in the light of this moat melancholy affair It Is now Inopportune to indulge In debate upon Hale was willing to withdraw hla objections to the lution ot Mr. but the substitute suggested by Mr. Mason was even more objectionable In Its Mason followed In a speech re- plete with sensational He had no disposition to Inflame a situation already so but he substitute was fully justified by the and desires of the lie understood that the navy department was making an Investigation of the but a congressional tion was demanded by the The people fast to the con- that mat concerning this Cuban Including the DC Lome letter and the loss of the of which they ought to were being concealed from Mason did not desire to reflect upon the motives or lionor of but he suggested that the officials of the navy department In Investigation would to 2 O'CLOCK CONDUCTED BY LADIES OF BT PATRICK'S Amusing Cake Walk a ure of STRIKE The fund for the at Bedford has taken a good Jump today and on Monday we can send a. check for to the seat of war to assist who are fighting our battles aa as their Flute and band D. 1XV no Information has been re- since Captain first dis- patch adding to our the Alt we know Is that the Maine blew abundant room for speculation of all but sion con be arrived at until au tion has made by more facia It Is by my Impression been all and I rather think the general opinion In the same It must have been may that been ho secret cabinet lint nothing taken place In net that the public have not been in- formed whole policy of this been ic all the that the ment bars no more knowledge on the subject of the disaster or even the attending have the and that the to the effect that Captain Sigsbee had warned the department that the in danger submarine mines or torpedoes la without no such report been re- i from hirn nr from anybody The also denied briefly and comprehensively wild rumors that he had requested the chief of police of New York to guard nnd that he had selected Constructor Bowles to go to Havana and raise the The when asked what tho department's estimate of conduct of Captain in. the terrible In which he had been re- think 1 express the feeling of the president aa well as myself when I say that Captain has conducted himself as an officer of our navy He the last to leave his ship when she went His dispatch night was so complete that since then I have thought of no question of fact to ask him which is essential to the tion and which he could answer which io not covered by that Its is that of a. discreet and headed man who realized the sion any word from at that would have on the public ing Is harder than for a naval officer to lose his so that I have groat pathy for I with con- further EXTEMPORANEOUS Feb. de- in Its was edly precipitated In tho senate day over the consideration of the luMon of Mr. directing the com- naval affairs the disaster to the An arrangement had been made for adoption of the resolution with a minor amendment without Mr. proposed a and the discussion that great we have adopted the policy of putting thing off until Let this dis- aster Le thoroughly Investigated by con- I and then we shall know that It I will be done The ha was of the secret con- siderations of such He was willing to strike out from the Everyone was In- In knowing who Hew up tho and all wanted that Information Why were told three yeara ago to In the meantime the diplomats had sat at our tables and partaken while we were still waiting and had continued to wail until the scries of calamities had been crowned by the Maine catastrophe With Us loss 250 precious American j Mr. Hale Interrupted Mr. Mason to say that there was no disposition to pone The whole subject mallei was even now undergoing nnd in of the promptness which had been there was no reason for Impugning tha motives of the of- of the He thought the senate could reasonably wait a few days until of the tion could be given to the hoped the senate would see the of not making an occasion for Inflammatory and that all would take the view that in the presence of a calamity which had appalled the whole today way not the proper time for an appeal to casslon and Maeon paid there calamity so great as a failure on the the list today five dollars while that ensued surpassed any heard of those In power to appreciate Mr. himself gives a senatorial deliberations In many a situation when It was so os Murphy of West Third An appropriation of made ll now aild no Borrow so profound gives five while there Is a for the purpose of to this liat of tho Ing and burying the of officers Hc a letter from Julian making which with already and men lost on the and of makes a total Ing tho or such part as ing to the hour nt which the last list i might be ot subscribers was received this The resolution by Mr. directing committee on naval to make nn Immediate tion of the disaster to the was then laid the It a most spirited debate on the ban Mr. Chandler thought that If was stricken out and Ins matter left within the of the committee there would be no objection to the Mi Mason proposed an amendment out all after In- at the tho Market Wort house of representatives 1 a joint committee of ing whole list could not be without important Including Associated Press de- The long list will appear In Monday's Sun. James O'Donnell i UK i Hawthorne read to fts ho claimed that murder was the policy of the Span j Ish government in Autonomy denounced an a a fraud and a de and the De Lome letter only served to emphasize the treacherous character of tho He that he not be willing to serve on the proposed as he wouk not want to sit at the table with a Span lard who might have a stiletto under unless he himself was Ironclad The record of the Spanish con Mr. who appeared to be laboring under considerable excite was one of continuous treachery and we harl experienced that treachery In our history for tho past 100 The Mardl Gras In laat under the auspices of the ladies of. Fr. Leonard's table in the recent St. Patrick's church was the most enjoyable event of the and OH na There wove present people from every corner of the city and they found a rare program awaiting their The principal feature of the duo undoubtedly lo Its WHS the grand cake walk participated In by ed coupler nil In The judges were Peler U. James F. und Daniel all authorities on the and they made a highly awarding the cake to Daniel and Alice and the glory of old ward one remain though James nnd Callahan from other side ot the finished a close The other couples and Mary Michael Hen und Katie Gleason Etta James and Grace Fred Smith ant Mary Fanning and Curry und Katie The Itself was work of art. II of a of beautifully the lowest one being bout two feet in ft was by La the Broadway baker ames Mulligan led the Mi KB Muu do played an ex optionally fine cornet which was after which 3aby Tyrrell executed u. skirt dance Then came the randan -or tambourine which was i leasing participated in by th olio wing young A lie May May Me Don Fanchon Lizzie Tarlon Marlon Alice Mabel Riles Margie Gene vie ve Jantzen Nellie Mary corgie Alice William Mulcahy entertained will solos and the closed with by the Imperia The refreshment table was m ana get by Mary who had a number of Flower and Lemonade Miss Mary Misses Margie Mamie Alice Elizabeth Jull Etta and Mrs. D. J. De The flower and lemonade table wa draped with lace and bunting In lemo and and was adorned anil polled At ten general dancing bega order containing 14 The were floor James Henessey Dr. Henry Jarne Arthur Cum is Job James James Don Thomas Daniel Carro Thomas William 1am Arthur Marren an James The awards on Fr. Leonard's table i the bazaar were as Silver Mias Annie O'Brien tea J. Mass china Lizzie 21 Willl La grange gold Mrs. J. Ke West gold plec Mary 28 Marshall waul Maggie GG Jeffer son Mary 12 Ha Fr. Leonard's Mr 627 School Annie Mt. Washington box of Delia Du Ion barrel of John Dono 230 parlor 46 Lewie of Thomas Little china John Tjen 104 pah of Walter Suffolk Kllen School white Rev. John J. Me hall Joale 17 Dutton D. Mrs. Margaret Elizabeth willow Nora willow Joseph A. M Katie S. E. Fletcher Annie ton of. Katie 3 Little picture Mary 13. s- In Fr. picture of on Pago GEORGE A- Floor Dl rector ot Ihc Mardi OF THE TRAINING SCHOOL Some Reasons Why it Should Not be Not a new shape missing in Spring Fedoras and NEW COLORS and new more of a variety than you've seen for HEW You'll think and stylish Tourist SO cents to Derbys in black or b leading 94 cents to HATS have hustled out of our de- ever since spring goods came two weeks PUTNAM No 166 CENTRAL Its Abolition Bring the Appointment of Teachers Into Politics so That the Teacher Who Greatest Pull or the Most Money Would Get the There la a great deal of flotation I She will take her turn In the order of Ing on at present In favor of her comparative ability ami any one Training and on first con- J who graduates from the ot the arguments presented school fs certain that she will surely get by the of this Institution 1L a position in her turn as teacher In the seem their opposition was public Under the scheme very They argue that the posed by the wire she might y should be relieved of maintaining graduate from the Normal school and training school at and be aho ever so let her have they also claim thai It is an injustice the rank In she to compel graduates of the might die of old ace before position In the Lowell Hence It la that no one who wants to aee who wants to see merit who mal school to serve u preparatory term n ihe Training All this seems plausible on and on the strength of these many avoid a system of have given the movement for the tion on account of abolition of the Training school or cold cash should favor But as the facts are re- the abolition of a system which Is now the people are opening their In vogue and which gives every girl an to the situation and It Is now quite chance preferment on her that the movement against the Training school may be nothing Bee It would be to compel more or less than a clap trap the school committee of to take on the part of a. few Individuals with a teachers on the recommendation of political pull lo secure places for the Normal school If they friends and relatives without with to establish a department In Ing to the testa applied at Training tier lo secure proper they a to do On the strength of Jarly when it costs the city many citizens who have signed this system of a now being have training school for the testing of ed their names removed from the mal school graduates ie In vogue in Uona and will undoubtedly do their and very many most to continuance of the other cities throughout the Training it works admirably In securing the In the tho claim that the beM teachers without any of Training school Is a source of expense or political to the la a The To follow the example of pal and teachers in that Institution are these progressive cities may he too lit actual as and it the much for but It Is better to Training school be other would have to elected and would receive as If not Tc fa very plain that the Training school does not cost lo require a graduate of the the city of Lowell a dollar extra- In Normal school to attend Ihe Training It Is that the Training school a full On we school as now la a source and for that matter we do not of rather than a source of ex- pense to Then there IB little left for the argument that a graduate of the Normal school should not be compelled to attend the Training school elected a teacher In our i Here Is the Important Right here Is where the propose to In their The graduates ed out of the Normal school would all be on an equal footing and then would come a for election as era In the 1x3well It la plain them Attend any longer would suffice to demonstrate to the satisfaction of thy principal of tha Training If thin ability can bo determined In a year or six months or j one month or ten we think that would sunico and the lem of advancement would be The men who for abolition school may be furthering the Interests of a very few Immediate und or they may neck lo establish a Cor but they do so tt the expense of the great worthy and competent young ladles who have no And who have no passport to public favor except their and we submit Jn a test V this brains and character should Bland dice or V There a In the early history nl this Training school when The did not hesitate to condemn management and the glaring to some we believe that it Is largely through the efforts of The Sun Mint sent I- nieni has favored a system of tive But under the present Miss have seen nothing that not worthy of the est She stands on a1 level with the highest educators She is of the and will lurn out teachers who credit to our city If she gets the We that it is In Interests of the poor girls and the com- mon people to let the Training school stand DS a final school tho selection of be term ever so and we furthermore mlt that If It Is people who have their old to tills will to regret jt the only anchor 6? V hope under the present ot tho school for a great majority the poor and worthy aspirants who have no In We hope the v not bo prevailed upon to abolish this excellent Institution and we trust that our citizens in general will look Into tho merits of this agitation and lend their aJd only In the interests of fair play and honest competition for lemonade l Mrs. o. Man J. 20 aged 65 died yesterday afternoon at his late 284 deceased was an old and teemed resident of St. Patrick's parish and for many years employed by the HOD ton Maine railroad at the Machine shop Besides he leaves two In the employ of R. M. R. John employed at C. I. Hood's laboratory and two Mrs. O'Donnell and Mrs. F. O'Neill of upward and onward than ward and backward In the important matter of It has been urged that It fs not fair think It would be necessary to have Peculiar Case that If there is no grading of them cording to merit or the girls with the strongest The who have the purses and the most influential secure positions to the exclusion of their more capable but poorer This would moan a return to rid system of political wire revival of the charges of undue ence and even bribery which obtained before the Training school No school committee who has hla personal peace of- mind or the interests of city heart will care to return to 'the old wire pulling tom unless he wants to get rich at the expense of teachers seeking Under the present the poorest In on an equal footing with the wealthiest most Influential A young lady with the noed not go down on her knees to a school committee man In der ti secure a position In the But it Was Due to Bad Blood and Hood's Cured It- Swollen was taken with fever and chronic My Limbs and feet swelled to my I had no I remained In this condition two months or more and was told my disease was and that nothing could be dona to care mo. Soon After this f began taking Hood's After taking It only a few days there was a change in my The bowel trouble was my appetite was coming back and tho swelling waa going Alter taking half a dozen bottles tho swelling had almost entirely I am now able to work find cannot apeak too highly of Hood's which has done mo BO much P. Be sore to got Hood's because parilla 13 tlie n t Ono True Blood funeral of Mrs. Sarah mother or John R. took place Intr from the Immaculate a number of friends High muss by Fr. and the under the direction of. Mr. P. P. nans mass. Burial was In the lly lot in St. Patrick's Dr. Hugh ll. J. Hobert E. B. and were the at the Fr. To euro 0. full win lit on marie en or In the Savings Department or THX National Bank Al 4 per 8 n. m ID p. in. SO II Pmt J. r. Hood's TO I U I Corp. HI M ll lo DONOVAN Hoam HwKn M TO Dili S do not cause pain or GOOD for at the GEORGE A. 10
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