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23 Apr 1912

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23 Apr 1912

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Middletown Daily Times-Press (Newspaper) - April 23, 1912, Middletown, New YorkMiddletown daily times press tuesday frit. 23, 1912. Treatment or nervous men men do net to think of Way health and strength in Thair Dally grind until their a Troua la almost entirety undermined. You my be one of the thou Tanda to affected experiencing alternating Palm All Over body feeling Blue and , sleeping badly if at All digesting food very poorly in fact imagining you have All the that flesh la heir to. What it your old time vigor and Energy Worth to you 7 the enormous acc eur of Anoka in the cure of nervous die area proves it to be worthy of consideration from Auch you. Its use the for mation of new Glen red blood your vat Ted nerve Calls Are revitalize and your stomach is strengthened to its proper functions. A few weeks of use will witness most wonder Ful results. Anoka contains to habit forming drugs whatever and May also be used by women who suffer from their nerves with absolute certainty of last ing benefits. All druggists 50c a fettle. Catarrh easily conquered germs destroyed discharge stopped sore membrane quickly healed often re stores hearing. Yomei a pleasant Antiseptic germ destroying vaporized air breathed Over the entire membrane of the nose and Throat and deep into the lungs Over the bronchial or air tubes will kill Catarrh germs soothe and heal the sore catarrhal spots and Stop the discharge of mucus in a few rays douches snuffs or Point won t end Catarrh because Tiey Are not penetrating enough to get where the germs Are. So surely does Yomei pronounced High of me up the head and penetrate into the inner most recesses of the entire naval tract that it very often drives out the catarrhal conditions in the tubes that connect the ears with the nose end by so doing restores hearing to persons who believed they were Dee tuned to be deaf for life. If you have Catarrh dear Reader do not forget that a Yomei is a wonder Ful remedy for Catarrh and is free from cocaine or any other injurious drug. A Complete outfit which includes a hard rubber pocket inhaler costs 11. To. If you already own an in Haler you can get a bottle of to Lei for Only 50 cents at pharmacists the world Over. R. C. Tuthill and Tuthill Ter Hune guarantee it. Established since 1886 Ketchum s reliable and lumber Yard. Your business for Coal and lumber always appreciated our o. W. Coal 307-311 North St Middletown n. Y. Railroad strike May be averted Federal officers propose arbitration. Y order to quit delayed. Accept offer of peacemakers and will consider Petal at conference of struggle being avoided Rewa new work april threatened strike of locomotive engineers on fifty railroads of Chicago which was scheduled for tomorrow morning was postponed by the timely action of mar Tiu j. Knapp. Presiding judge of the United states Commerce court and p. Nelll United St tee com missioner of labor who compose the National Board of arbitration. Three hours after Warren s. Store and the chiefs of the brotherhood of locomotive had announced that the strike which would cripple the East and new England would be on so soon As the orders could be carried out the two government representatives arrested action by a tender of their services in mediation. This offer was received with favor by or. Stone and his aids who held their advisory committee of fifty chairmen one Man from each Railroad in the City. Cap Tain c. J. Stuart vice president of the Erie Railroad and chairman of the Oon Feroce committee of Railroad Man agers which bad bean dealing with the Union men since january 3net As promptly declared that be will submit the proposition to his committee personally he bad always favored peaceable negotiations Bat he had not the Power at the time to say what the committee would deckle to do. There is no doubt that a peaceable Way out of the difficulty Ritnour forc ing either Side to Back Down was afforded by the offer of the government men. Titanic survivor weds. Young woman who Wai rescued Wib on her Way to meet Fiance. New York april a. Roth a survivor of the titanic disaster was married to Daniel m. Lies in St. Vin cent s Noe Pital and the happiness of Bride and bridegroom made Many men and women Tetuo Are being cared for in St. Vincent s cheerful for the first time since they were taken there from the carpathia. Mem Roth and or. Ties Hare been engaged for seven years. He left eng land two years ago to cold a Here and Sare Money for their future. Or. Lies who had been working As a clerk in a department store sent word to miss both to join him Here a soon As it convenient. She replied by Cable that she would sail on the titanic. Nobody suffered More from suspend and anxiety than the clerk after the first news that the titanic had met with an Accident. Mrs. Frederick w. Vanderbilt who has spent much of her time at the Hospital seeing to the Comfort of the titanic survivors helped the Young woman prepare herself for the Cere Mony. The re. Father Anthony grop Aji of the Mission of our lady of the Rosary couple. Thomas h. Kelly who the hotel Plaza wus the groomsman and stood up with a loom ing English girl Emily badman who had been put in the same Lifeboat that took miss Roth from the sinking ship. While father Grogan was Reading the service the corridor As Well As the parlor was filled with survivors of the titanic. Two White Star officers p. A. 8. Franklin of York j. In nov und. Photo by Amert can press association. These pictures caught by i Amer ican press association camera As or. Franklin vice Prei ident and or. Director entering ate committee room in Washington where inquiry to twine conducted. punish them says Andrew Carnegie. Andrew Carnegie. In commenting upon the titanic Clienter the Verhl Botlon of ties in connection with this disaster in indeed encouraging. It shows that Man on Erth is improving. The Accident has put an end to the dangers and had worked for the bitter. I do not to link that those who relied on the ability of the ship to withstand the Shock of the Impact with icebergs should punished. We should be satisfied with having removed the danger of further acc Dent and there should be no Post Facto action. Done cannot be undone bodies of 27 titanic victims identified that of George d. Widener pelleted to Fie among found. Of yes get your Coal bin cleaned out we will be ready for Spring deliveries in a very Short time matter of a few weeks that s All John Beakes 12 foil Road an. Telephone 158. Barnes pursuance of an order of the surrogate of the county of Orange new York no Tice is hereby Given according to Law to All persons having claims against the estate of William Barnes late of the town of Wall kill in said county used that they Are required to present the tame with the proper vouchers thereof to the sub Scriber the administer matrix of All and singular the goods chattels and cred its of said deceased at her place of residence in the said town of Wall fill on or before the first Day of june next. Dated november 20, 1911. Harriet a. Hill administer matrix. Arthur m. Payne. Attorney for adm. Good f results use the claims titanic italian woman abandoned her taking them with him. Nice april woman parsed Navratill living Here says the two Chil Dren rescued from the titanic and now being cared for by miss Hayes of new York Are hers. Mrs. Navy mall says Ahe was abandoned by her husband who ran Oft to Amer Ica under the assumed name of Hoff Man. He took the children and his mis Tress with him. Senate is for Appeal unanimously Bill currying up tobacco reorganization approval. Washington april Senate by unanimous Rote passed senator cum mins Bill to tiding for an Appeal from the decree of the Federal court for the Southern District of new tort approving the reorganisation of the american tobacco company. The Bill originated in the and will now go to the House. Weather everywhere. Observations of the United states weather Bureau taken at 8 p. M. Yesterday follow temp. Weather. Albany 60 Cloudy Atlantic City so foggy Boston 58 rain Buffalo. 88 rain Chicago 52 Clear new Orleans 78 Cloudy new tort. 68 Cloudy St. Loots. 06 Clear Washington 62 Clear autos collide. Newburgh april a collision a Ford automobile driven by Charles Bellinger and a Michigan car owned wid driven by Michad Gogarty of Cornwall at the Corner of first and yester Day both cans were slightly damaged and scratched but neither Driver we injured. New York april 23. Of the fifty four bodies from the Alta rec disaster picked up by the Cable 6hlp Mackay Bennett which was Ali patched to the scene of the tragedy have been identified according to wire less messages received by the White Star line Here. Trouble in transmitting accurate dispatches by wireless was to great Many of the names received do not tally with the names of those lost. Here is the list As it was received with what May be the right names w. Marriott mrs. A. Robbins mrs. Elisabeth Louis a. Hoffman George Rosen share John h. Chapman Charles w. Corbine h. Greenberg Samuel Raynor Metag Aveytia in Mon Simon Sother h. W. Ashe w. M. Haibeck Wil Liam Malcolm Johnson a. J. Holverson a. M. N. B. Colls rasher Nihil Scheld Shea Leslie Williams Duane Wil a. Hayder Jerry mor Rose Steward 76, George Widen George Frederick Sutton i Leslie go Linsel j. S. Gill John Gill Ernest p. Tomlin Yospe Draz Cloud after the first fourteen names appears in the message the words All according to information by War Els the Mackay Bennett has recovered additional bodies but the exact number is not Given. The White Star line has sent two messages ordering the Captain of the Mackay Bennett to bring in All bodies found no matter what the condition but it was said at the company s offices that whether this is done or not will rest largely on the discretion of the Captain. Washington april mar Tine of new Jersey introduced a Hill requesting the president to direct that Werenne cutters be sent to the scene of the titanic disaster to search for the bodies of the dead. After yacht to Halifax new York april Rich Ard Roberts commander of the the actor yacht has started for Hali fax. There he will await the return the Cable ship Mackay Bennett with bodies of the titanic Deao in the Hope of identifying the body of colonel actor. To ult in mourning. Los Angeles Cal. April refused to discuss titanic Hor ror Helen Gould wearing mourning for the of that disaster particularly for John Jacob Astor a Friend. Fred Schlund of this City former in employed in the Gazette Job department has accepted a position in tie Middletown times press office. He is i member of the Middletown typographical Union. Harry Genung of Middletown spent Sun Day with bin parents or. And mrs. . On Delaware drive. Jervis Uulopa. Refused to Aid wrecked titanic in Kiowa vessel was near Ubea she Saik. Lights were easily seen Tell that mys up Eue ship failed the respond either the ree kete or wire eee Frank in defends j. Bruce Watha Notton april pm unidentified within Lilu of the titanic at the time collided Wuh iceberg was hearted toward the. To talc and was so Clove that Bur Light were easily net from the hrs Der Ami that the Teasel failed to respond Ruthei to rockets which were up rot More than an hour from the Dent Reed ship or to the War Elena Catlin for help were startling statements brought out at the Uris at loan try into the ill time now be Biff conducted in Washington. In opinion of some at the to tango s a ficere who stood on the Bruge on that fatal a Takht thin acknowledged the Elf Naile Bat willed anti Eedeng. This startling information War 1mpart de to committee by j. O. Boi Hill. Former fourth Olcer of the titanic who also rare of what of canned of the of the to tunic Joet precede do and following the collision with the according to this Captain Smith himself bras of the Bridge Foben the big liner plunged into the great vase of ice. But Tondl Clews were so that it impossible to see the Eren after the ship had Cone into Contact with it prevented. Bee Tai officer foxhall s Story the Senate cent Nettee heard an in premure account through vice president t. A. B. Franklin of the White Star line of the in certainty and Fean that attended the Effort of the official a of the White Star line to Fis Gertald what had happened to the great titanic. The messages that fun need from the White Star line in those hours of uncertainty were introduced in evidence and also the Walro Lufte dispatches that name Back bearing Only the most mra Ger news of the tragedy. The meps Noces tended strongly to support Tho White Star of Iceni Contention that had no definite knowledge that the titanic had to the Botton until monday night. This Wii also included in the pc Ord of All the which passed Between or. Franklin and j. Nire la May managing it Rotor. In regard to plan for holding up the Odric and sailing at Onro on her with the surviving officers and of the titanic. It was pointed ant that practically All of the wireless meet Iager which or. Ismay sent from carpathia to or. In Tsiklin in regard to plan of Tran shipping before the reached her pier were signed which is or. Tomey s Cable vice president Franklin acknowledged on the stand that the Tim of this Caile name while common in England Hud not prevailed in dispatches addressed to the new York offices. Or. Franklin could not Tell whether the name was registered in the Cable in new York. He did not think it was. Terrible mistake fays Franklin. The dispatches from or. Ismay that he planned to Here the lifeboats of the titanic taken off with Crew and officers at quarantine. Or. Franklin declared there and been a terrible mistake in regard to or. Irray n intentions and that the Man aging director never would have pro posed the arrangement for stilling on the Cedric if he had aware of conditions in this country. One feature of the titanic Delsanter that is expected to occupy the Atten Tion of the Senate investigating com Mittee is Why some of the lifeboats were not full to capacity when sent away. Severn boats held Only Twenty or thirty when they were dropped into the sea. Others picked up swimming men and still were not overtaxed. The Senate committee room in the Senate office building was jammed with such a crowd at the bearing that it was impossible almost or the Mem Beth of the committee to hear the testimony of the witnesses. The com Mittee accordingly decided to exclude Public from the hearings in the future except those directly interested including representatives of the press. England to investigate. London april the House of commons Sidney Buxton president of the Board of Trade stated that an immediate and searching investigation into the loss of the tit ionic will he made. He stated that the route taken by the Reasel. The rate of Speed and other necessary will be carefully examined. He also declared that he had issued a Call for a meeting of the English ship owners who will discuss the Vari Ous raised by the sinking of the to talc. Or. Buxton stated that pending establishment of a court to inquire into the disaster he would ask the while Star company to have All the member of the to talc s Crew and All survivor at band for an investigation. Wall Street quotations for the Day by lbav1tt Grant. Stock of. 6g Iuo Adwar new York. Art Model sheets herself. Boston april Ope it ton a wealthy Art shot herself. Harriman. Hartman april 22 Road patrolman John Conklin is now Dally engaged in repairing the Dagger Spota on newbie ugh har rim tji Road and some improvement is noticeable although Moro men and machinery As Well Iro required to put the Road in the slate u should be. New York apr. In Wall the decision to differ Between railroads and of ill eliminated a tit in Sung Factor and not Leo demand. Tho general list Rose one. Two and three . Tho Nortu wore covered at High Low clout amal. Cop my 82% an. Beet 67 an. Ran or h5w 116% Amu. A a. S. R. Co. 844 Ach. T. S. K. .10s% ios Bulto. 0 10874 108 ios7j, Brooklyn r. T. San 8" p fee 252 cent. Leather Chest. Ai 0 Colo. In stellers i3 brie s8 oos s7 trip 1st pad Muj fit. Northorn Mfd Al jul 1321 inter Boro 20% into Horo pad i m. K. T n. Y. In Tail Natl. Lehigh Valley kit.1 to. Pac Nyk. A Western .113 o at w 10 Ponn. To. R 121% 12bv, Phil Road r r a fish hi-i7x rep. 1. S 21 a iii7, rep. I. Its. Or. 78 pc 784 Rock Island r. R. 30% Rock is. R1. A. Or. K8% iir4 Southern tac 112% Southern Rym 20m, St. Paul r. R 111% 111% Tenn. Copper 41% 4h North. Par.122 4 122 Avo r. R. 40 40 40 1 Nion Pac. R r i71h a s. Steel pm .h3tfe hah Copper . Co. Western Union 85 to Bash r. R in base r. R pad. 22 West Maitland Avest. Elect Etc co 77v, u. 8. Rubber co. Tifuh m 84 21v. C3 84 0 21% 63 55t4 mayor vetoes teamsters ordinance the Reg ulnar meeting of the com Mon Council held at their Soonik on monday oven Long the Ordin Unco ii Utlang and licensing and Cir Mun which was pcs sad by Tho Council at. Trio list meeting was re turned by mayor Cox with his veto attached. Under the rules Tho veto web Laid upon the Tab in for two weeks before action can in taken upon it. The following explanation a inched to Tho veto explains the bios lion of Cox in the matter Middletown n. A. Apr. 19. To the honorable common Council of the City of old Delown. Attached Ordi Nance regulating and Loci iming train eters Ami Carmen in herewith re turned without my approval. This measure would Pluto an unnecessary and unwarranted Burden upon Many men who Are socking to earn a living by doing Odd Job with their horses and arts. They Are u necessity and an Acconio Matlon to every Community. The effect of the ordinance would he 10 require every person who desired to transport per Sonal property for another for hire to first pay a License fee. Of to the City. For what to help the Ralty pay the rental for a place where banners ind teamsters May tie their horses we invite the neighbouring banners to visit our Eity Atid Able to line ankle and walk. Ait older i Roth it of or who recently i l my from Prea thed in the methodist i Hurch hero sunday morn ing. Was h Good att Musice out to him. of methodist Shureb of this Village received ust week the Bivin of of 000 from the my. La nor emt Ito of Dunkirk. Trim teen of the Phi Day Torlaug and Bloom Crovo Ulso received tint Hanoi Rit from the maker Tate of will Chr nce kit of. Of Highland sunday in town. Clara d. Hull in Ilc Iidro on Kong Island trending of Hor their. Several we Guin through our Village last week or. And mrs. Ergo a. Owen re poet to i t on Thi let All Fornola trip lie la Tor Anvi of tills month. Is clerking i Imp Sloto. Charles Naroll Luis had soveral Bull off lots my on i land on main William it atme and land. It that of new at tout will built on of la the near mrs. Of new York City Linn been tace of sister. Mrs on North struck. The a right Circle and Aid society of the methodist Church have got their All cleaned oar net and re Ltd and All the household foods placed in the Roo inn in Sood order and Ihne. Or. Stroy and family into the Parvon re saturday. Joshua Clovea and family will move him week in is pail of the of a Hool House building. He had an unction on saturday and a t of my household goods which he do pot need. John Mulhall family who Liuva Imen occupying Tho Highland can Tail Hull link the past i but. To to the Ralty Anjoul tie first of . When he Good Renoul Tlona. Usually Bolde out or occasional Boss hires Rar to employee but always fires an a look in of to f i do the kind that Don t Wear output the Finger and every pair a guarantee that pair free if the ont before the cloves. Don l accept the an Kayser gloves no a Way to Tell the look in the hem or the name it is Assurance of Quality and reliability. 8 Hart silk boo. T6e., . Tt.26, 811k 76. , si.26. , s2.00 Ktytor co., no York makes old things new. Yon run Kinnke porch furniture out of old porch fur . All von in pm is in Brush and u can of Jai a Lac. Find or Groon Jap a Ijac is Oslo Cinelly fit tract Vve for this purpose. Jap a Lac comes in 21 Beautiful colors find natural almost everything in your Home can he str Iirth ened renewed and made Beautiful with Jap a Lac. It comes in Oak dark Oak Wal nut mahogany Berry. Mala glue enamel Green enamel Green pm Vatu Pink. Enamel Blue Apple Green enamel Brilliant Black dead Black natural Clear gloss while. Flat White ground Gold and aluminium. All sizes from 15c to Gal Chite Green. Of blood red ions. W. W. Young druggist 1 Franklin Square an Auto expert. Harold Whit Iii Slauson. Son or. And mrs. John slain on of his City has a illustrated article in his work s Leslie s Marine on Little derails for Tho motor and what we have Learned from Freak an additional feature of the weekly is a Motorist s which the papa announces will be con ducted in future by or. Slauson. Who is a graduate mechanical Engineer. Or. Slauson will be Kart to answer any questions of a technical or Mech Mycal nature that readers May care to ask. Lodge notes. Pythian Sigurt. A regular most in of Kuroki tem Elf 13 pythian Sisters will be held this evening and All members of lilo Dpi free team Are socially re Nuchten to be present. Do not fail to attend the free lecture on poultry raising by prof t. F. Mcgrew thursday eve g., april 25 at Assembly rooms 59 North St. Will be a great treat for the people of Middletown and Vicinity As or. Mcgrew u the most eminent authority on poultry Breeding in the United states. All interested should attend this free illustrated lecture

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