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Middletown Daily Times-Press (Newspaper) - February 2, 1912, Middletown, New York If You Are an Advertiser and Not Represented in This Newspaper You Are Missing Publicity You Need DAILY GUARANTEED CIRCULATION 5017 LEADING NEWSPAPER OF ORANGE COUNTY EIGHT PAGES and colder miow In north and central Saturday moderately northwest 231 a Year N. Y. FEBRUARY 2. 1912 30 Cents a Month TWO CENTS 14 ARE DEAD IN SUNKEN SUBMARINE of the British I Navy Goes Down After Collision FILLS WITH WATER TWO WOMEN ARE BURNED NEAR ERIE Feb. Elizabeth Crandall was literally roasted to Mrs. Samantha aged was and Homer Ker was injured in attempting to res cue the women early alter a gas explosion at the Hilliker home in North Pa. MANY AT FUNERAL OF HENRY J. MILLER Feb. British submarine 3" sank this after a collision the British gunboat off the tern end of the Isle of i 3" carried eleven in her Their fate Is not definitely but it is believed all are The vessel filled with water The submarine which left the harbor this for a series of diving and torpedo sank instantly after the The commander in chief of the British navy's Portsmouth later confirmed the flooding of the and the drowning of the entire Fourteen A later report declares that besides the regular ten men and who were three other were on the vessel undergoing These also were making a total of teen COMMITTEES REPORT ON TWO BILLS Associated Feb. Senate finance committee reported the the salaries of various The committee reported the the ol the Innocent party to a divorce suit to a marriage bv a minor GOOD CONCERT TO DANCE The funeral of Henry J. Miller was this afternoon at 2 o'clock at St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal and was very The funeral party arrived In this city on the Erie at from where Mr. Miller died on and were met at the station by delegations of Orange No. I. O. O. of of which Mr. Miller was a and of Mid- No. 112, I O. O. of this and also several members of Cataract Engine and Hose Com- of The frere conducted by the Rev. T. R. D. pastor of the There were a number of beautiful The interment was in the family plot in Hillside the hearers being the of Orange No. of Hiram P. Fulton W. William A. Charles Charles A. Quick and James Among the of Goshen who attended the funeral N. G George V. A. F. R. D. P. H. B. John Frank C. A. Harry Charles and Frank DID NOT HEAR THE ENGINE Knocked Down and Run Over in 0. W. Thursday WAS BORN IN MR. GALLOWAY AGAIN HEADS BUSINESS MEN The annual meeting of the Bust ness Men's Association was held at their rooms on Thursday at which time the officers who served I lie were CREDITORS TO MEET AT The program for the concert pre- the dance at Florida 12, by Dayton 's j of six 's as i Rheinhardt fonet Smith Hany P. Soloist American Fantasia A meeting of the creditors of S. Hayne will be held at tho town hall at Unionville on Saturday afternoon at This meeting ia called to discuss the affairs of the bankrupt and Herbert B. of this the trustee in will be The Unionville creamery and other real estate in that the erty of Mr. is advertised to be at public 24, and a plan Is now on foot for the fanners in that and creditors of to purchase the crv and rim it This matter will be settled at the meeting on AN APPRECIATION OF THE RESOURCEFUL not lot the past fourteen years a valued on of the Ontario Western la 1 with the section in tlu yards in this was itil ed about Thursday afternoon by being struck and run over by en gine 307, at the WIsner avenue cms as told in Thursday's second cdi was tho assistant man ot the track under Foie man Peter M. and was en with his men in making pairs to tho switch on tho side of the at that about twenty feet above the yard Engine In charge of Charles and Charles had arrived this city a short time before with string of coal and bad them on the receiving is tho track on tho street side of the The members of the section who working on this had stepped out of the way to allow the train to bo backed into the and then resumed their was standing with his back toward the train and did not hear the engine coming out of the until too late for to cape being He was knocked down and fell di- across the and the for- ward trucks and one of the driving wheels passed over his When the engine was the second driver was fairly upon the Members of the crew and the tion together with other em- ployes of the carefully ro moved the and Dr. Hulett was as well as Coroner hnd been killed and Coroner Harding gave permission for the body to be removed to the mortuary parlors of P. J. The coroner is holding an inquest into the death of Mr. this was born in the son of and Anna 32 years He came to this country and fo this city fourteen years and since that rime has been in the employ of the Ontario lie was well thought of by his em- as one of the steadiest nnd most reliable men in that department of the and had the esteem and friendship of a large number of friends throughout the Ho resided at 20 Ogden in a home which he purchased several years and here his widow and two and vive His mother is also In ing in and one Samuel of this also The funeral will be held at the late home on Saturday morning at and at St. Joseph's Church at 10 where a requiem high mass will be The Inter- ment wil be in the family plot in St. Joseph's INCENDIARY PULLED GUN WHEN CAUGHT S Perhaps one reason Tor the tion given to the traditional ments of the on February 2 lies ia the intimate relation that has always existed between him andj the farmer's AS the large ity of our people are still country bred the greater part of the American ple have recollections of the part ho played In early life on the There is a defiant self-assertion in the that stirs the lust pursuit in the heart of every country Other animals of his size seek more retired homes in the shelter ot the The woodchuck burrows within reach of your At unguarded moments and amid the shimmer of moonlight he sallies and adds to his already superfluous fat by gorging himself on your beans If cornered he will fight anything and But daring as he it. is rare that Towser catches him un- Usually his twinkling brown heels reach the hole several feet ahead of his Then Brer protrudes his head for a second with a laughing then retreats to the recesses of his to enjoy the sleep of the just while boys and dogs make ther endeavors to drive or smoke him Tlie trap is about the only way to catch Brer But even if with indomitable resolution he gnaws off his and lives many a day from the fat of your With so resourceful and indomitable a foe in his back it is not strange that irreconcilable ism exists between him and the er's Digging out a woodchuck hole is the normal celebration of a country like attending the motion picture shows in the Well do we recall the emotional ex- of an old village character of our youth on one such After hours of excavation he would keep putting down his ears to the saying can almost hear him I can almost hear him A creature so so and so bold must surely know the in- ner We advise tho Weather Bureau to drop their charts and reports and the the Paterson WAKEMAN TO BE HEARD AT LIBERTY DINNER Feb. 2 the speakers named for the Lincoln dinner to be held by the Republicans of Sullivan at the Liberty February 12, is Hon. Wilbur F. Mr. Wakeman is a newspaper man of national is treasurer and secretary of the can Protective Tariff was a close personal friend of the late and United States at the port of York for five by the appointment ot President Mr. Wakeman will respond to the which he will treat without adjectives or being free to express his own the speech will likely at- tract wide FUNERAL OF MR. The funeral of Andrew J. Marvin was held at the North Congregational Church at to-day and was ly There were many floral The services were in charge of Rev. Charles H. pastor of the The was in the family plot in the cemetery at friends of the family acting as SELLS A Mrs. Albert H. Nanny has sold one of her known as the at to Nathan of Pine who expects to occupy the place in the This farm contains about 140 including fine meadow and onion It is well watered and a good ly and Charles Wolff was elected a member of tho board of in place of James 13. The officers who were elected 11. Vice A Fred W. A. R M K V. Charles F. W. Vein V S. F. 15 Leo It H. Houston and Fred S. The reports of Secretary Vernon and Treasurer Slaw son for tho past year were received and and showed the association to bo In a very Three new members were Charles D. Pell Charles Mil bum and H. H. Galloway The summer home committee was authorized to out a home booklet this and to distribute the WANT MEXICANS ACROSS BORDER Associated Fob advised Taft that If he will use drastic ures to protect El Paso citizens from a recurrence of conditions on the American side in the He asks the President to prohibit tile Mexican government from firing across tlie The Association of Mid- and vicinity will meet at Westminster 10 a. February y. I Talk That can be made too sensational to produce the best results is a theory ad- by many men who have made the subject a Com- menting on this form of S. VA in a re- before the cago Advertising is Injurious to the advertising The best investor is distrustful of the house that advertises in a unconventional soundness and security do not go through the streets bawling out their and the advertiser who makes such a noise rung counter to the fixed ard prejudiced opinion of the best Sensational advertising makes about the same impression on the newspaper reader as news There are two kinds of sensa- tional One is injurious and one is The latter Is called sensational by some people be- cause of its great not because of its etc. Our circulation books open to Demented Kerhonkson Man is Brought to State Hospital Nathan a demented in- was to the StatO In after- from KOI The IHK Irom the tells of lhe discovery of the man's intent to a serums the American of bail a supper was by most mdy in thorn was the left for home not tai fiom ten Short h that he hj lives near the load to store of Howard runs a. and establishment almost on MM aroused Imr ran to Mr. a short where Hie were then playing a game of Hindi before going to bed asked Humiston It man borrowed of him which he ami told that lie had said Carman had jimt something to ton's The party started out nt once to thla on Carman bad made a second Trip to carrying a Tlie party went to tho store room and found Iho open and on the Hour a hundred pound lap filled with old burlap and and beside and rounded by a pool of what appeared to bo a mixture of kerosene and a live gallon oil not quite empty and on which written Mr. Carman's name in in hiw own Leaving the they wont toward the where they who drow a revolver when they The pistol was from his hand by John and 1m was asked an explanation of his co i- lie answered that m had put him out of and was going to retaliate by putting Mm out of business Asked about tho tol he Bald II watt lor tho pose Ho then admitted sotting Hro to building two years and a half ago when It with a linn new hearse and handsome loam of Investigation at the barn brought to light a second bag of rags and other big can of which had two tugs one which bad been put on by and to N. Carman and one with tho price and soiling pi Ice on in Carman's In one of his pockets Carman also had a can of gunpowder Constable Garry took Carman and word was sent to his Myron C who was assistant and dependence local ing In It was then near but he got S. S. and they drove to Assistant District Attorney was on hand morning to look after matters nnd counsellor John R down to protect Mi. Carman's Mr. Carman was brought before by him sent to where a hearing was had County Judge Drs. Vrooman and of examined Carman and decided he waa suffering from i senile dementia and developing Judge Cantine decided to commit him to the town State Hospital for the He returned to In charge of the and later taken to Mr. Carman is more eighty years of and his who is nearly as has recently been very ill. She is blind and He started ia the ness in Kerhonkson in and for many tho respect and confidence of tho His business grew to be very and lie accumulated a fortune estimated all the from forty to a hundred thousand Three years ago Howard tried to buy out the business and they mado from each of which Carman backed out and then demanded more until he had a price of set on his Kerhonkson At that point the trade was off and Mr. started a rival business across the From tho start he got most all the work in that line and six months later Ills storo house was set on fire and burned his fine team and new He and many others believed Carman had set the but they had no proof un- til he admitted It Tuesday Of course tho courts will take charge of the But for the suspicions of his bors and the watch kept of Carman's actions It is pretty certain he would have fired the buildings and had he clone so nothing could have saved or for that matter his own property and that of many There were two families living in tho TAFT FAVORS PRIVATE INSTEAD OF GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP WHEN FEASIBLE Feb. President Tuft to daj sent promised Humane on nml the public domain In In urging the construction of u ill mil form of and other needed legislation was nothing In the of the States which afforded such just for cism ax the of the federal eminent to extend the of Its care to am not In of government where the name and of ran be had by private entei said tho 1'res I the pre- sented in Alaska are of suoli ft acter as to warrant the lor the of encouraging the development of that vast and able to build own a trunk line which It can on which may be varied ami chanced to meet the pros ami development of the President Taft WIIK little likelihood that the Morgan tinmen helm would open up n rail road under the in The would a com- mission form of government for one-half of the to elected and other half ed In the A leasing wan proposed by F. A. MUNDY TO CLOSE OUT HIS STOCK An will be noted In tho advertising Finnic A. Mundy for sale his stock of store tures and horses and pre- paratory to retiring from the grocery order to his full at- tention to the Popular at De- pot nnd Cantor which ho about a year Mr. has been of tho beat and delivery ment of a good Mr. Mundy has always had a busy Ills position was of driver for Dr. T. Then he a clerk In the grocery store of Ira P. when the New York messenger conducted a stoic at Hast avenue and Bast Main Thin in 1HN7. In he entered the employ of who conducted a grocery at North and Depot now pied by S. Johnson's be remained until 1895, with A. 1C. he purchased the grocery conducted by at North the Van Duxer Tho of Dewey ft Mundy con- lit the North locution until 1008, when they removed to the Barnett building on Jamos Mr. retired and now Mr. Mundy also up tho line for the restaurant In which he IB having great IN WALL Now Feb. Wall the unexplained strength of which led the market In early puzzled Prices relapsed but later improved Engagement H of In gold for was without effect on the tho President for government coal and phosphite lands in as well as In tho United Thy reclamation laws of tho United Slates should be in tho opinion of the so that a homesteader might granted a ent at the of live years of tion and three yearn of 1'residont also would relievo homesteaders from tho requirement of occupation at a time whon the con- dition of the land make It and Following a suggestion of Secretary of the Interior President Taft declined In his that the con- liol ol waterpower sites should ro- In Iho national government Hither than bo turned ovor to thu He would lime the sites dis- posed of by direct from tho the rental to bo used In Improvement of thy stream and for benefit of the local community the power silo was President would to tins States the right to tho rales at which the converted power Tim proper of water power sites has been one of the most serious subject ft discussed by evident Tuft that I lie leaning system he now gests Is the best of the that It would moan of administration and tho prevention abuses which a of absolute ownership In pontons or com- panies would NO RECOVER ASKED FOR THE GOLDEN SEAL Contradict lug Iho published report a receiver had been for Order of Golden a statement by J. 1C. of North si from 9upt. of ance William at rent any local members may have Tho letter your letter tho 20th you am advised that tho appearing In tho to tho elfect Unit papers beon tiled In thin department looking receivership proceedings the Order of the Golden Is untrue This corporation Is doing business an an fraternal under tho sions of Article VII of tho Insurance COURT AFFIRMS CONVICTION OF MURDERER tho highwayman who murdered ton paymaster at a and George a negro near September 13, must die In tho Tho Court of Appeals to-day affirmed tho MESSAGE FROM TAFT ON HIGH COST OF LIVING on page 8.) Feb. Taft in a message to Congress to-day an international inquiry Into tho high cost of The President asked authority to invite the nations of the world to a conference In this city or elsewhere to make plans for tho investigation of the prices that so distressed the people of tho Mr. Taft also urged the appointment of a federal commission to make inquiry into the subject of industrial some years said the high and steadily in- creasing cost of living has been n matter of such grave public concern that I deem it of groat public interest that an International conference be proposed at this time for the purpose of preparing to be submitted to the various for an international inquiry Into the high cost of its and possible is no doubt but that a com- mission could be appointed of such unprejudiced and impartial experts in Investigation of economic that a great deal of very ble light could be shed the sons for the high prices that have so distressed people of the and information given upon which action might be taken to reduce the cost of who have conducted have found that the enon of rising prices Is If not quite general throughout tho but they are baffled in the attempt to trace tho causes by the ity of making any accurate tional This Is in spite of tho number of tions already we are still out adequate data and as yet no two countries estimate their price levels on tho same basis or by the same As to the commission on industrial the President should be an inquiry by the federal government Into the general conditions of labor In the United notwithstanding the fact that some of the remedies will lie with the separate or even entirely outside tho sphere of governmental in the hands of private and of voluntary One legitimate object of such an cial Investigation and report Is to enlighten inform public which of itself will often Induce or compel the reform of unjust tions or the abatement able the time IB now ripe for a searching inquiry into the subject of Industrial relations which shall be and well such na only the federal government can fully The present spread interest in the subject makes thin an opportune time for an gation which In any event cannot long It should he non- and
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