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   New Bethlehem Vindicator (Newspaper) - July 25, 1902, New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania                                LEMEM VlNDICATO INDEPENDENT IN ESTABLISHED IN JfAiD IN XXIIL NEW 35 IS of rosaries and which DEFENDS GOVERNMENT AGAINS1 ATTACKS BY Pleased With Ceived Taft and Gift to Be Sent Rosaries For Members of July bishop John in an interview with a representative of the Associat ed Press said in part from Rome is quite other religious his holiness dial riost adding that his bene diction was extended to all their re lations anci STATE SOME NEWS IN King Edward VII taken aboard a At slot machines worth J200 were demolished by the A mad dog at bit several and 19 of them were A Chinese battleship destroyed by last Twc hundred lives At North James I aged fell from a load ol hay to the ground and may ROOT FRAMED T11E a na So Delaney denied the report of Jef es sickness and said that the cham pion wad jn the best possible Louis of a committed suicide at by taking mor I am quits Private advices coming tc me from the most reliable spurce in all dis patches given by the Associated The sovereign pontiff and j other Roman authorities are delightj with Taft At New the proposition ncl with the negotiations in course ci frcgress between him and the vati That the negotiations have not j yet reached final and are to be transferredfrom Rome to Man j carriage at the mill and his body was sawed Body of Outlaw Tracys Tracy had found in Washington making racers ninth fire to issue bonus tor municipal watef works and electric light plant carried si the At Sheridan Por a sawmill fell across New is to have tiuna bank with a capital Burglars blew the in the East Pa postpfiice to pieces and got worth of The buildj ing was partly The quarantineon the smallpox j cdoney at Ford has been j all being pronounced j The planing of of New Kensington was damaged numbering bv fire to the extent of several thouj sand weck Tiie secretary Ws The body cf Amos of who had licin miss for four was taken from the Yonshioghcn In a with in which sev iva women took at ilartin was killed Hy Edward aged The stone cross elected at the spot where the Biddla brothers near is said to have en tirely disappeared as the of relic hunters chipping away Did Gcrerals With Pennsylvanias Passed Julv of War Elihu Hoot and a party of rt army officers yesterday tie famous brttlefieid whore the tire division of the national guuril more in camp t with a march Aceonipai Root Adjutant Cvvi Generals p liiid Majoij Vmnn aiil ljfuti mint rty wereescorted to j 9 the First City Tnp audio he Urrui th ir lival at thy werewe by Governor Stone and Genera nhtury H a su in honor of the were driven through the O 3aivmount Store do WHOLESALE AND Xing o o o o I 6 and summer c Goods I The paraphernalia of the produc1 of The Idols Eye Was seized j deputy sheriffs at Duquesne Gar1 c i liiaJod past WaRhinirum I o t and tho army oiiirers I iia is what might have been expected from the Governor Tafi is in a hurry to return to the Pinup and could not prolong hisstay in and on other the iroblenis fo be are so compli from the vaticac residence of cornel that time in the work is prime Wil Have Vaticans can be no doubt that the act ive cooperation of the Vatican is now secured to the American government in its task of pacification in the Phil and that in the results tc cvme the administration Vat Washing ton will have ample reason to felki rival New j the Jrnard comJ claimins sole right to j mauders upon the fine soldierly Fayette City train on the nd the good discipline 01 j McKeesport and Youghiosheny railjriC The party left camp at 71 load was sideswiped by a j j 50 nerscns wrre slightly TIP up of j Grover Cleveland ir j sterdny The regiment j died j levins the farthest to travel were thr i causul by the wad of a blank Jist to Tho Fifteenth and i i North and Walnut bi was de feated for the national golf champion by Louis of 4 up and to at At as the result of Lvins suscuined a week before by the cartridge lodyinsr in his leg on July 4 struck their Abraham ihclaulfer of an j t ny in md Assyrian icioiiy at and fonunand left for home before C home was burned recently Other rosirriinis w tc caused the arrest of and i leave during last TiicFirst Alexander on the charge m hniradp wasto depart this morning While in a crowded car at Cascade a Car ind the Third during the day explosion of a gasoline Of wasrobbed of S0 Annie a school a cheek for aiias tate itself for having sent Governor At the body of Edj sunuef and William Raney were ward the 3yearold son FLOOD CAUSES VAST j O I i 6 IN ENDLESS Largest Stock in the O New Dress Silk arid 6 en riercerized yrs and a great variety of Wash Silk Waist Taft to And now it is to be hoped there will be among certain classes of Cath olics in a cessation of move ments and declarations we have had recent occasion to bear regarding religious matters in the The pope teaches those Catholics tc trust the American as they seemingly have been heretofore of Kansas was The boy drank gaso At filed an affidavit against Charles charging him with j embezzling His home is in Chi tiiTesttCl on By the breaking of an incline rop nt a quarry near a cai containing two Italians was dropped clown the side of a 500foot Peter was but hit companion escaped by John residing at 531 Upper Mississippi Section From High Al ready Abcut Fine Jacket Suits and and 5 to nf flooded districts of the river from Keokuk south showed Liuduions beyond the appreciadou oriQ realization of any but those of long the heirs of Geprge unwilling to In his conversation j isul1 Jlla sllit to have mother a critical condition as the result o with Governor he expressed liioTi lief Ampripnn TnpfVl CoLi highest esteem for American meth removed as executrix of their fathers asserting that she is grossly incompetent Cuptuiii Putnam Bradlee Strong uiissiug and was charged She attempted tc i ods of treating church and remarked that he hod more than once pointed towards the United States as setting an example Pawning former Actress May lohes worth July Taft bade farewell to the pope yesterday morn His holiness received and the members of his commission in private The Americans were ushered the private library and so soon as j kiied dragged 200 itot by a the door was opened the pope went trappings his toot half way to meet them and greeted1 caught while was Edwin aged ot eat in swimming just above the Third fs at experience the Father of Waters the South Side iii i most destructive Careful estimates gathered from thi of best informed peopln start a fire with when it indicated the loss up to yesterday was A gas well neaix Ptihxsutawney j liMtt with every prnspcct of no ac of ujthree rnilliinis count two o iird way HT the las blown1 out the plug aud lower stretches of j torn the derrick to pieces and is send It was believed in Washington that j forthr a pressure of Governor Tafts mission to Rome has Taft Gn mure successful than appears on 25 school teachers Salt LirU tho near Hoiv to Use Cold It vou have some of cold laiub on The suppo 5 Frederick a young farmer ave notified the township school r sitim is that your familiv is well boardthatthey will not serve for the of of iiiccrs Governor Taft with the greatest cor The pontiff commenced the interview by saying most sat isfied and happy the results ob triined and was confident that the ne gotiations bo slanhig point of a corapjeie and satisfactory solu tion of thequestion uiidcr a He added that the apostolic delegated soon to be would be stnictd most strictly and prufdSvly icgarding carrying out the clel teimined upon betvvoen the United and the saying j Pope Will Oversee I will see that orders be given him to his over which I will wtch him i Turning the the pope epressed tho highest esteem for American of Treating church In he had more than i oncfe pointed to the United States as setting an example well worth Governor Taft thanked tbr pope for the promptness and shown him during his visit and prom ised cooperation with the apostolic deiegate in executing the business on lines cgvecd upon at He expressed vegrtt at the fact that made the oci cusion for the circulation of false and calumnous rumors in various papers anU by some telegraphic which had given rise to favorable comments upon the vati South was seizin wish The body recovered one hour At George licknan its ajxaid on the charge ol haying iiMSi in his possession and lie says Ly is rroin a farmer living Cim kiikd his wUVwith an ax probably fatally injured Ctiiicviir was tium tue jjisanu asylum At William Mar in a bhot a man named critically IT is claimed that he then stamped body and a tin of is missing and his friends icar he lias Letn vutirdcrea and his liody thrown into the The scttani it being dragged in the hope of recovering the The pastor of he Christian caused the arrest and meniuers and large of his charging that they have circulated reports to injure his good name and The trial of Sarah col indicted for murder in the first came to a sudden end at Can1 when the accused offered to i a month paid them lastly car and which the directors recently decided they would pay this The committee of citizens that has en securingoptions for ground which big addition to the McKcrsport in is to be built has secured nil the need eviMVkin of u i t which the United States Stvc corporation i j SP t his or had kft him and liu wa of a Marshall avenno fied to fivrct1 his only son 7 to afii then drank a large dose himsvii and boy to away froin tiie fatlier and was not the least John a Somerset was swindled two m n with an eicctric licit One of them proposed Gohn county agency for the holts and cpusit in the hands of Judg at Cambria Gohn agicod and gavo the money to the second who impersonated iiK in ibiiRivy fora second Tlirnfinv iut the meat iuio tmr iiijs it till soft in Tliirkch wih rir to a creamy ciiiisiitpiy imi half iill tLic iitlKire in ihat limil with pie fluiniis with cruinlis JO These little pits slmnld be j Q si Thiy iiiiy be ol i tidil or pnrlc just well as ot j lanfi l and Brussels of all grades and Carpets made and laid to flattirigsv Blinds and Wall Ours is a complete Wall Paper I Store in Competition out of I Hundreds of samples to select No store outside the I City can show so large Clean to Iniup i iiiu for n niiiiiiMt iii ilie 5 n rih liry I lii to luini tinj o is it j if tile iiltle linit I i ir i till1 side ojififisitithr 9 the is c J ii in ss mi i but this is iiio I Ai i tO l ii o Our new Spring line now ing in and prices lower than Our suits to order been a great See get our prices and com pare with y vi o have our c o o 6 The pope also protested against enter a plea of manslaughter and such such false but philosophically i a Plea was Robinson declared that by this time he was acj and killed her Watson I cuslomed to that kind of misreprej at April in aj i and tough joint which i Gift to the 1e as She had left her1 v The pontiff then rose with unusual for but they finally walked with the Americans i trouble over his attention to a to the opposite side of the room whte The trial began Mon them the mosaic which is and the whole policy of the uc teudlftg to President Roosevelt in re torn for the presidents present of a liox containing his Roosevelts The mosaic is a copy Corridis wellknown picture of Pope Led fitting on the terrace of the It Jnaderjirtbe Vatican fense was to show justification of homicide on account of threats made by At Judge in criminal Imposed sentences as follows on convicted criminals Wesley a 16jyar old incorrigible unlawful cut to reform schoof until Be attaiM tlif 21 Qarfleld our 98c China Sale Saturday your clmico of fluChina ilisplayed Window for in o o i 6 i o i i o i ii o I 6 In the department of furniture and house furnishing goods we are doing a large and increasing Goods coming in and going out We buy in car lots for spot and no one can u You will find some est to come NewBetnlenem FaiFmd In room by   

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