1887-09-21 FARR F L, LEXINGTON, MAINE

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1887-09-21 FARR F L, LEXINGTON, MAINE - Dyer Hundred FreJShfefs r Assemble In...
Dyer Hundred FreJShfefs r Assemble In Convention. f Sfei THE -VISITORS The flft eth annual cottrention of the National Association of Fire Eijginwn began' yesterday mnmii a very large number of distinguished firemen bebg in attendance. Early yesterday morning -there t was on- wonted activity In die hotels and 'JnTthe streets. .D of handsomely dressed fire chiefs could to seen in all directions Brten o'clock the lobbie of the. Kimball house and the pavements in front of the building were warming with delegates. Shortly before eleven o'clock the procee- slon formed. The Capital band played Don. langer'i famous march as the "pageant moved up MariettA street to DeGive's opera Many ladies -were In th pioce lon and when they reached the opera house took seats la the dress circle 'to the left of the stage. Upon the platform sat.about adoieaof the delegateg. while the crowd was seating 'the band'pl y i .sprrghtly selection. , It was about half past eleven o'clock when Captain Joyrier called the body to order. He said the 'proceedings would be opened with prayer by the Bev. O. B. Strlcklervwator of the Central Presbyterian church. While Dr. Stricklerwas making his invocation which was fervent and elegant all the -members and' visitors stood with bowed heads. WXLCOmXQ THE DltEdATZS. Dr. B. D. Spalding welcomed the contention a. follows Gentlemen of the National Association of Fire Engineers idi and Gentlemen I welcome you in -the name of the citizens .of At lanta most cordially to the hospitalities of our dty. I regret to announce that General Gordon the governor of our state who was to have addressed .you this morning finds it Impcasible to be present He is eugaged in toe hearing of a very. Important state case which compels him to forego the pleasure of greeting yon at tnu time but he asks ma to say to you that his sympathies are with y od that he desires to see you all and address you si some time durtngyonrcon- vention and to say further that be will consider U a privilege to look into the faces of the brave men who have had. their courage often tried and la whom it was never found wanting. Applause. Again .welcoming you on the part of our citizens I now leave the prozamme in the hands of my distinguished joiag friend. Chief Joyner of the At tints flire department. Applause. CAPTAIN JOTNKE'S EKMARKS. Chief Joyner stepped forward and spoke as follows Mr. President. Ladies and Gentlemen It is with great pleasure that I see you in our city for well do I know the great benefits we derive from this association. There Is not a membe r o i the roll of your organization more attached to it than I am and the first time I met with yon I decided that the association should meet In Atlanta on the earliest possible occasion. And now that you are here I can truthfully say this is one of .the happiest days of my life. I welcome yon again. and say that while Atlanta is a young city and while we cannot entertain you as yon deserve we will try to make your stay with us as pleasant as it Is in our power to make it and if our capacity were &s great as our esteem Is warm we would give yon a royal greeting. Applause. It is new my privilege to introduce to yon the Hon. 2. Tyler Cooper who as mayor of Atlanta will bid you welcome. ApplaBM.1 Hr. pie of Atlanta have had on numerous occasions -the pleasure of extending their hospitality to the old- Lens of other states and cities gathered here in convention but there is no instance in her history in which she has derived more pleasure from the entertainment of strangers than she expects to experience In her efforts to render comfortable the fire chiefe and their lady companions. Applacsa. The I eople of Atlanta have always had a due sp- pretation of the bravery and manhood of the gallant firemen and his services and 1 knoft I but feebly express their opinion when I say to yon that such men are always welcome to Atlanta. Applause. And the people of Atlanta will show their appreciation of the honor conferred upon them by extrtma efforts to render your stay comfortable pleasant and agreeable. My duty and my pleasure bids me say to you that you are heart- Uy welcome to this city and to a participation in the enjoyments which our citizens have prepared for you. Applause. AN ELOQUENT RESPONSE. President George A. Steers then spoke as follows "Mr. Mayor On behalf of the National ( tion of Fire Engineers I thank you for the welcome recaption extended to us. We meet here today for the purpose of discussing those questions which are of vital interest to all I trust that in our deliberations you may find something that wtQ be of interest to you. to your citizens and to your fire department This association is composed of representatives from every state in our union some of them members since its organization and I can assure yon that tl e are ever ready to respond to such noble sentiments as have been expressed by yon. Applause. It is my privilege to extena to you and through you to the citizens of your beautiful city an invitation to attend our convention and examine the exhibits as yon may find it convenient to do so assuring you that at all times you will meet a hearty welcome. I now have the pleasure of introducing to you Ex-Chief Judge B. Bryson McCjol of Pottsville Pennsylvania. Applause. EX-CHIEF ll'COOL'g ADDRESS. As Judge McCool approached the footlights he was greeted with applause. He said Mr. Mayor and Ladles and Gentlemen of hi Southern Empire City of Atlanta Applause.- i the coming Empire State of the Union Applause. I desire to assure yon of our thankfulness for your kind words of welcome to Ujls growing and booming city. Wecametoyouaseomperitivestrattgin and yet there is a feeling of affinity which arises from our common object the doing of good to mankind. Applause. We feel deeply assured both from the macnjr in which we have Jbeen received Mid from tbs refutation of your people that your hospitality will be unbounded and we promise you tbatwe will accept it hi the spirit in which it is offered and I trust will not abuse it Oar association is banded together not for azjran- dlzementor gain or for personal advancement but it is in the cause of humanity and when we assemble at different points throughout the country to consult and deliberate it is for toe benefit of the localities in which our convention happens to be. I assure you ladles and gentlemen we shall endeavor not to Improve your fire department but to throw outrcci points and suggentons at may be profitable to yourwhole people. And we expert to learn much irom you. we have only to look around TOUT beautiful city the jrvwth of but quarter of a century to learn much. And we have learned ranch. so much that I challenge fncccafol contradiction when I say it is destined to be the empire dty of the south Applause. We tune assembled .here from all points of the campus and I speak not only my own lenttmenti but the sentiments of those who come fromdlffiav eat directions from myself when I say that we have your state we know them as we are taught but t they are unknown to you audio us until they are fully de veloped by enterprise and prosperity. Yon have within yocr borders and in ! immediate locality the elements of a wealth that wilt soon make you teem test as tketich mineral wealth At Missouri has made it teem nd just as the rich mini- oral wealth of my own state has made it almost the keystone of the union. And if we have one sen timent or emotion toward you that is unpardonable in our eyes it may be envy that wadonot pos sess Unnatural advantages that you are now developing Applause. we xpoetto take Into consideration In cur do- UberaUoa lh lug ueftion that disturb the phifft of the different fire departoKiU of this country. We have naming before us Is vivid letters of fire a yearly waste by conflagration to the value of one hundred and twenty millions of dollars. And if K U in our power by the aM of the tnteUI- gent citizen of your city and the inhabitants of the whole country to reduce this waste to a mini- mum amount we will feel that we have achieved an object worthy of our mot untlrtni ! We need u assistance of the ns ofthU section we need the assistance of toe ttpesentaUv men of the whole United States we need tb assistant of congrets.became they havenothad their eyes opened to the enormous extent of taia waste. I may tiy-lor UU that within th existence of this UI -for Use last fifteen yean the rapid stride in4ha improvtsnentof " cllitlw tor exttopiUUns fire have juall atae made In a hundred r ' before and I t that if our aMocUUaa UT US i j rj TP imm- mvwmt rurcvM. mtm-t brave heart A the fratitbv of a .moiBjuL Tm liiaiiM.- it toeS toaa&fcc 5ftt ; omthefm ttt rftoF5 rS fr -JA ffAM tfr rTZ. i T i city lit f tt * AMl i r- One ; rHa rlr Sne-jaotw of thkaiaeelft onrUth mcitooforjrccBmraaitHiUT X to i Doittntun. \V9 nopayvt togatMf iuotittibtt S 3 ieg My tower MmiettetrnuSMS. tel' Swlx a w4Vaa j r 4 oarriYeMmiy ran J ft mottotrwasmade that ft bodfto the Ktmbaa plcmotduiYt' E9Sf J 11 onftoTa'huYearne chief of this fire department [ nr that affection to the little assistant hew. A Judge McCool iere ie orTOrdDCUtt Joyner little son who had -been ittinr the stage-with his father ttJredilnirii uier uniform. "ff&fJt" Proceeding with.his remarks Jadgr JIcCo&l" laid i Among th taigswehav and neof theaembeTi jSsafflo loQ to haS inoreaffectlonandlovrforlitmthanwe bave-ako i r gather desire to make a present to this Ud'taat be . nightie-fully equipped for his duties noir sad erealter. I refer to brazman the badge man I nave no condition to mats La this presentation no promises K exact from him for we all take It for granted tirt he possesses the qualifications of his father and ii would be entirely out of order to say anything. by tray of suggestion I' hope fcjchsw tw-wnear you wear Oils' hat and bth na your little span ofc greyhound. respond to the aiatinofilre.i"- -c"- r fc ng the manypleasfmt edteutafat nr1neet e have never had one exactly like thl R f little assistant chief rf- the fire departmerft t TT7- -frw.-w wtr mint m V-IC JV any of theboyi in the city- department not Itoing fast enough you1 will sound the trumpet of akira. and tell them thert isdinger to go to get thera" quietly and there Is time coming tick. Appteioe.1 Judge McCoolnere handed to Master Joynet a handsome trumpet fireman's hat badge and. belt. j2v-- The gifts were received by the boy fo in a graceful and manly way and he ac them in a bright little speech which drew i round after round of applause The meeting-was then adjournea.i The members returned : the imball housa' and repaired to the ballroom business jneean 8 will tttjieid f stated that ready proceed to business. Thetfirst in order was the making up a roll of members and Messrs. Swenle of Chicago Swan of Providence and Llttlepage of Temple were appointed a committee .on cre The committee retired and In ftbotttiaahoaf i made itrfreport C' BKBSOSlfELOF nut COSTWTIOjrJ- The body i composed of as well-dressed handsome and as intelligent a get of men any convention ever held to Atlanta r boast of. The members are practical mea full of common sense and "they are" e4rae t atout the great work to -which they are Jt4e voting their time and talents. -i The subjoined roster contains the .names j- all the delegates who have thus far arrived J" ' . FernaDdfiZ-- Savannah Gift. Daniel Browerf Asbury'-I'arfc' If J" F. T. Bwente Leak 111. IL w7YatesxJ Ky. fl. . Hammon Hloux City Iowa Shepard. Knoxville Tenn. Kenny J atc ford ana LP WebberBogtorriias kcux/ i Sixty Kewton. MsaJ. T. ftowltt Nor i walk bile. t B. Hyatt Mendam . N. Snub New , . -Samuel' CLvfitaaty Waterbeny Conn. James R. CiVsmef outhamptoa. Conn. ' Fendrick. YmcenneiXnd.vCliavD Shay. New Yoik James B. FUnn XonEr ncli ! bu iie Iowa .Edward 2Iiil3X6uisviXl& y.i i TJ CX Learkln Dayton Ohio Thomas O'Neil Kalamsw' rooMlcn.F. Meville. Birmmgham Ala.rE. WS Btopson fprtngfleM Ohio R. Augusta -0& J I. hauler 1 Harry EeiUey Syracuse N. Y. 6amoel'fien Rochester. fi.-Y.F. L Stetson Minneapolis John Lindsay St. Louis Ma F. . 0 NilU ChArleston. B. . It. O. Sweeney Chicago OL J. S. OarrlerrNb i wieh Con 11. . Hendrick sew H ven . Matt Sloan Mobile Ala. I. T. Lynca'Holvoke Man A P.LeStare. SprincficM.Maa J.C. lark- Patrick Qrecneriile S. C a McUowan South KoK valkConn.GeorgeWarraU. Wooa cketrB.L93 V. Evans rutsburjr Ca.F. H. } Uawkm9- vllle Ga Thomas CrConner New Orleans La. Louis Newitas. Anbara. JviK -T. F. Homlns Buffalo N. Y. T. D. BagteT."LMt Branch E. J.Jernbiut Auburn N. Y. L. ii Jones Macon. . Robert Kelrstead. Newark . I. d. KeUyTNewBronswick N. 1 Wfllaai , .Jaa 4 New BrunsHl N. I A. 1. lfcurjBroomfi HlU.t v Peter Jones Jacksonville Fin 31. W. ac ; Little V Bock Art John . Newport Ky. II. - Wlnn New Orleansr taj T. a. Farrell Lowell Man Thomas J. Cuey Cam.- bridzeMass.a W. Taylor Richmond Va.Joh4 ! Fortress Monroe B. . Herbert.Portsmouta 1' Va.Oeorg8A.8teene Providence E. LtJoHa A. Bennett. Cleveland. 0 a W. ' Tmp' ra-jWuTlam Btockcli. Nashville' J7. Oalllj Omaha Nebraska II. 1' Christie brooklyn sti Farr Lexington MatneL. A. Beptl. Rapid itch. James Oow ADtgn&nT City Pa. s AY. dward P1 U Augusta Ga. W ! Ml& B V. Drover. Andoson 8. O IWipMotz Columbia a 11 JO Sank Seine Ala WK Jones Montgomery Ala I. D PaS Jomett.111. E. W. 'arch. KailrvlUe.l8aiij tTw. Boone HBDUngton. W. Vs. K. B. Walker SssistS K. Y Fred H/Kuha Hymoutli lad. A. K 1'0. BooneilowajThomair. Kevins Brooilrn. It Yli B. B Pa . CUr Sexton JSu Mo.fr. H. Ctt-tis Petostuig Va Benrjr JU adnnaUlOlao7 uasuxtanm t e W. Wane. East arfnaw.lITc&r Hetur Petersburg Va.C.T. Beck Cclduibla 8.C.I j.C.fimi Greenvulc OiK./.Kfcn WI. Henry . Zellcr Buffalo N.Y.W.J.Btwt XanssJatv.Ma W. W.NliblttfltUbQre fa Jofca' a BoTTtn Ka hville Tinn.L E. Cuw J ew k. NJ -ULVACJ 0 t AK OtmAXCB MTBOt. & H.Bwtnn rrorWefloe KI.r . V ek rHwarkK.JI.lA.fi4UMklr' La. X Br YorfcW.Siarie .Rc mbntl.lndtJ.E.Oul e. Wtmlck y. Y J. V. Btovnv ft York C J. -I mar New York Km C. Gash. Mew York K AT i ibjedltor Western FlremaB 01 Dl. Fred U Heroe Unman' BerakL New aTbmnpKa\FireaAd Water Kew Test - H &kM 2 pyar [ IiUnd 'tJd Frt .iC" efs1 't Ssembl&.t f rW 'ritf l c ; 'tj ttc THE'VISITORs. WARMLY WELCOMED. .7 i ' The G.th n..IQD olf..TJuoe .j r j fiftieth Jm OJi30i h t1on lIlfuD reaterdaflDOn lg.J'eijl liCC .l1et f d beiP attend D e' jhere"W sm .o d bath8. h t8li ricCbt1le . zenaol hand8ome11cheaedJ r fi U it 2 o' th8Ki.nlbt1l 'parements.tDtronhVt buUd1i l1Ft1' i anrnibigwIth pt ,1 eleveao' : -'Ih.Cap1talband la ' mee'toDeG1T .0pcraho theproceea1onjUd theyreachea opera. h i tookeea. .ta oUhe ; U , dozen l c1el the'crowdwaase&t1pg Iwld'playecta.lJ b. &bcmUiall o'clock'when ca1l th o order.He id would. openeli19fili prayer.bytheRev. B.Strlck1er'paatorof JnvoCa .tIUlo Ladies t h t : h 11 \Of .Jm to.'C usiif l a e t rt AgaJ1.welcoming c1t1teI1l- h the.u. ] es : I t : d in t g ti eot mi U:1 hl t li of. the sa f t r lUan YO cl d , Dl e\ rt arIO rOJL' L1.'nLBU1tECH. fayOr .Coopenti bado. l1 .wsmt- on -lIra > y anI1G n n'tl pleo Atlanta.havehad Uie Jhcltf h J1io e e ro e totbe a kno le a pprecla tlon > CJleasant dl l tsd"J 'tJo JrnA.n < ptiOl Tftallutel'eSt truitthat1n YO f tie. y aJclt ant bon rlbltr t r.L ; ve ft e o h come. p : f : i E fAWl15e. t 1 : fn : nd t W. e came to.foU AI oomplir ve strangus o ct dol ! wJ v rd Jh Jr e'r l we eh or o t aIld ts Dout coun .g"hich ve-ueb cg t w ImpI'OvsfOgr out rggg rofttable your whole. ex leammuc1i trom7011. e 'o Ji 1587 IA\ e p on : come to a center or clTU1zat1ondrot 'of en: t1fu1. - "toW 1 en erltT.You' teem.Jmt. thet1chmJD ral'wWtb.of 4Dd - fOtJt1la&1I TO do no& DO"deTelo WeexPeet C&k.lnto ronstderatol1lnwd the . tt Wehavel1aD1iDrbdn1lllutTtd 1eUm'.of UoD 181D II ot1.be fI.entcltbrlaot yourclt 10' mumamountwo1ll'11ltcel1hat.we ba worth7olour unUrtnletbrta. \he the - of this mellor Unite18t&tea.neea the nfihI ns tI I& for n II. . .1 tbfA' the .the. the..pId 1n he tll1 Are.Iaie l ft : ' an- Q1oIe oU" In beett.dT Jobcn"Wha'tU 1 R L 4ti ' ; .i ii 'sa. dl e 'Joar' IIb1 pem rJ aw uedO .to..ua1a. & .a" .JiIIft hSed5U1At'IIt.- tee. eIINfc It. . .Ot. 'U1 1 be to # wea ' lI OII - .i. aliUtaDee- 'eboW & It tUt - . .Qe 1fDba'elll'iI1r..lA4rit .m. m-oa.rdbne fawata Uasr 't'ADdU hza'"m. .1 wW' to \ ,0 .UIaJ1aud hJJ1a"lItJ1aNI4r .UI1.&beJ.r. pmeneethaI. D.'the1r' are CUI1ttnUltl6. 'Y" ChetBt4iClOQ . 1"1I . thkYJde..orLt &baUo \8 lJ IfA patbr Ot ,1I"OIWD. 1 a ftJU1 ttll you biJ'OII& g- I'Qng"u you 'lend Ul1ICIt e < four.1iJidlr amidst the temptaUou.'t llUJ'emtn Of a.wn-ettJ U Ibis. knot ril. IOU1Ss.UIe& d . e.l- turthezt.ftlUrkl1l1l .moaooI title c tioJlf1S the motto foauQmms .h- 4 1In.nn' 'We .Jiopeptto UlU1IIIotfltl W eT.ef'J1Wa 'JUonftr'te.tbu t.hat..hieb.f c . together t the. ( tat1ft1. oli 1nJtTtdMl. --4 ntl."tTh&1' "J&a ' thit" 111 JOrm..e"JDaJ' I Ui. JlWUOC if government ot'UUS' ClOUD. tlTti-Tben indeed W1ll" j 1eanr.1O the' lm ot. B .tH.I.D -Jea efl' 'b" e myteeJ1ng t8 jf ourdeaUnYClJ1J1O&bet1ft1. - --tlI llot wordllhAUafIide. if' 'f'\ n ol&let .Bi81r oUlch helmet and A i/f. This urb1.ood -'f Divide II "e In air own native pt' To l 'J1 4Ubeco c1tl&iQ.OofJtidgeMcCooiij lf 1J. J' made tion J.J. lnabod1tothe.'Ktmballhouae.'where. E. t1lat neetint1fOUld.be'he1d. Judge ' .ik however apm ltepp d f forward idaud4 i the fol1oW1 addreSS 01 presentaUon k :1 "I W&1I&tnr to 1&1 I would lIl t ask the tmCeoUhnilloeiaU before.n rOC1Mdb&ct1":1'\- l. 1116 lI a lima been 11ted to. 'aI'efI ; 'nI\OwotRO bettero theft the present. Each one of us has learned 0 loTa.tha' ct11ctotWlftredep&rtment .a "etar" ' tothe' mllOiofthe. R'ttle rApp1ause. . ' .HcCoolfl here Jed .l UCJ it1 J sonWhohad' beenlitt1nc with j t . J dieii r UieIDlBf' -eumt in .e. venever rl1bthia. - -1' f.J. Is antcchiet .ofthe. an oueol the metnbe1'lotthlu oc1atloD fluf.h j \'eako-'f Iad. 1 - eqt11ppedfor his. duties. 'now. a Iretx:1o Ul"w r. pre no.Ji'Om1Iet 1t1 41 him weall po68eS6eIthe qtW1dcationaof..JliI &Jidtt- i WOUldbe ntlrelYO.utoforder. lll.'anytldng. 'bJ/g. i. that'l he blh'na 4.\ JK the bop cltr-depe.rbri . f tb. will.aound the.truIt11etor'lJAJl . :4f' andte. n.ilieI Jad1D.oer m.gerf.ri lt get..UIe. .ro. .t iatma & .d JUd C. 00111erehand dt be'1n j 1 The receved1iyt o r man1ywa1 e ; , liWOIpeecb f dtJte. .r d. . apP1a. it i6. f. c.wuthen\dj umed.\ ' .I'IUT Bua XE&tniO 'Y".i. ThemembeJ1 tetumeclta tho'Jtimb 1l h I' .naine&l. In. &e. .el4. : The 9d1WIi Cal1etl. order. .1 'Steere' bojata.ted that. J.iho. l\ye.nU 4c so The 1int.Jh. . i 1fi roll'ofmo l' , olCh1cago wlUli - of. 1ezn. "J.e. j 'if. w re trUI14II1i . t..i h j lnAdeit report o or r Tb 1& d t. otmen. an conventWneter heldlnAt1antat-e0W4j 4l'8p - 1" l ' a ut at er'Gl.c1 l' c'-- Ui6JUAm l't9fi ! U'\ t w R.loyner T I'm. G A. f.Fogti. J . ho -r. E..i. mand Va. Th hael W :1ltnLr Leonia er Ocean Grove..I. X' Fernan Imr1J'ar J- P l11.H..w. Y&tei\J.exingtoD.\ n. Io\\.P.hiJO 'fJL Tenn.L n nl'J .1. Es.toQ1. t. \\ebberJOtOt1lasa.r L.r , e Mm. .1. .L : Y ct : . . J ' ut II. GeoI'KeFendrick. Vincennea,1' id.rt1na-.o. B.l1InnJ.on cbi'.N 1. l.W. D1ckemn. Cleveland.o..J.1I."lrff bJqtle1 1I1lli.L u1s. viIIeJ. .i Pt Ohlo'Thomas ON , Micii F. ldeT1ll'J Al. W B lOhfor . 'tJOUIIg' d' B. . .Olil t Y..famnel t Rocbel r. ; tF. L. Stetso. D Yinnea. polll Llnda3 , . c.j Ch1cl. go l1li .B. .omter. iO" ew IIaTen 1J tobIle'Ala. .1Io1Ok AP SPl Ideld. as. ' ifi .j 8.MCI. o1l"ani:8outhi valk Qmn.George Wamn.Woon.socke a.J. ; EVaus.Pitlsburgl'a.f.tr.Jozeman. 1&- F .Ga. vConner"Ne1 Orl. : Nen1liAubam' .af to' " HominrBaft'alo Y.T. "I lr JernhtJt.AubumITN"Y.F .N-J' . "e ' 1. .wm'qQ l Dl111Iaa ; 1.- \,1. Mash. B . U x. W"La r AlLj' Ji . ft K WfnnNew 'Orl 'Ll.1'ure1.J Imrenf" tCa.IIW -y 8. R.1. Herbert ji LLtJoIA'.Aj ) C 1'emJl < kell\N& : r.'T'J'.Qa.1I j. OmaJlaoNebruka 'Chr'1e"BlOOltJnNYi ' : Farr' Lu1ngton.fa.'nl' L'L ue &Wt , R I ch.Jamea .UoWAIleghau 1'Lri idward.J l&u..1 : .f 1. : C' 8.d 4 I'hWlPMot.cm. & a.O.\NonI.I .A1aW.K.J011tlIont laI.D. Z- Jo11leuI1LE.'W. 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