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New Bethlehem Vindicator (Newspaper) - August 15, 1902, New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Independent in established in if paid in new August Kito is crowned Coronation ceremonies 1ondon on in we Minim of religious at tended with much performed at Westminster pair w return to the Edward Vii and Alexandra were crowned King and today in the historic West in inter by the aged archbishop first Section of the procession the Abbey started from Buek Fig turn Palace at Oclock and consisted of dress carriages and containing members of the Royal fam headed by trumpeters the Royal Ihorst guards the first life guards and the Royal horse 1hen came the occupied by the King and Queen when the Royal pair entered the door the choir greeted them with an tin them beginning i was glad when said unto we will go into the House of the proceeding through the body of the the King and Queen Knelt in front of Thi Mctate or Coronation said their private and then took in the the first important ceremony was the recognition of Edward majesties kneeling before the King and each kneeling in fore the made separately their an altar cloth of and the King also an ingot one Pound in the of Canterbury placed in the oblation the pall of Gold being Laid on the his Tiace meantime says the o who dwell est in the High holy place the King and Queen then returned to their state the communion service was but the ser Eion of the Bishop of London was the Coronation oath was administered to the King by the of which he received kneeling before the altar Aud with his Sand upon the gos he appended to the form of or the his Royal sign the holy our 5ouls followed also the an Zadok the then came the ceremony of to the age of the very Rev George Granville the Dean of who is is years King relieved him of duty of placing the regalia upon the this service was by Canon Canon Duckworth said the and spoon on the Al placed upon his majesty tha col opium Dindonis and the super or the close pall of cloth of delivered the spurs to the lord great took the sword from the altar and handed it to Bis put upon the King the armilla and Imperial took the orb with the Cross from the altar and delivered it to the archbishop for Fesen Tationa to the King Recei Yei the orb from the King and it was Laid upon the Crown taken from the Crown was taken from the Al tar by Canon Duckworth to the Arch the Crown was consecrated and blessed by the archbishop and placed on his majesty save the King was then shouted by the trumpets sounded and Drums the archbishop pronounced the exhortation be Strong and of Good the King shall rejoice in thy 0 lord was rendered by tie King Edward received the old Edwards enlarged at the rim to fit his when the King had returned to their while the Royal pair was absent in Edwards Chapel the the Dezurn was finally the King and passed through the door of the attended by the the archbishops and Bishops in full the still wearing their crowns and bearing their scepter of attended by All the Peers and wearing their passed out of the Abbey into the pubic in their new state coach the Monarch then Rode through the wearing their crowns in the presence of the assembled populace state and Shirley was Marion a was suffocated by Gas in the mine of the Wampum Coal his brother and a fellow Miner narrowly escaped death while recovering the old soldiers the vanadis of been crowned bipod Royal a the Princess of the the Peers put on their face bish6ps their Caps and tie Kings of arms their after the King had been crowned the Bible placed in his he platform and was Tift Ltd up into his throne by the Arch Bubo pand Bishops and other Peers of the the archbishop then stand firm and hold fast from henceforth the heat and Star a f Royal and Imperial dignity which it delivered unto you by authority by the archbishops and kind his left by the of the blood Royal and by discounts and several witnesses As the Man who homage was then paid to his a was seen with Achsah King on the Cay she was stabbed to he v Ould not give the names of the wit and said that out of fairness to the coroners which will Lis ten to evidence in the Case next tues Day he will not Tell who identified the Man or How the Ridenti the name almighty the Philadelphia press has reduced its Price to 1 the Philadelphia Ledger and Phila Delphia times have been a new inventor produced a Cane that contains a Dagger and a plans for the big labor Day Parade in Pittsburg continue to Progress and about men will be in four men were under charged with the murder of Daniel the mine watchman at at new Eschief of police William Winter was fined Tor assaulting his aged father the hot mugs of the new Plant of he tin plan company were closed for a indefinite Hachmeister entered an a peal from the Alderman decision enforcing the compulsory vaccination at the Corner Stone of the Catholic Church of the holy Epiphany was blessed by Bishop in washing Ion death was abroad in the lower Monongahela Valley four killed and a score injured in accidents around Braddock and four magnificent altars were con crated sunday in Paul of the Cross monastery South the services were conducted by Bishop of new and handsome decorations will Bea of the coming new Pitts Burg which is to open in the big buildings downy at the Point on Many pleasing inno Vaj Lions Are being arranged i fing of condemnation Bonds at a plan of the a ii Ash a line along the South band of the Monongahela from Smith held Street to tap the Jones laugh Lin plants and connect up Becks run with the Castle a negro who stole while employed at the Home of Robert resident assistant at Pittsburg to president of escaped while an officer slept from the mar he was handcuffed two officers caught him about five Miles from the he had been caught in during a heavy storm near the barn of maybe was struck by lightning and to Gether with a valuable horse and much farm when and John returned from a Canadian trip they discovered that during their absence burglars hat ransacked the House and carried away shoo Worth of jewelry and while excavating for a cellar near workmen unearthed the skeletons of three be Side one was found a Kettle of Voltl coins dated 1760 and several Arrow Heads and an Iron Box containing beads and other trinkets v Ere also a prominent Mer chant of new has brought a damage suit against the citizens National of that alleging that he was so severely shocked by touching a brass window guard through which a current of electricity manipulated from the Bank was that he was knocked Down partly Susan Havey was held charged with the murder of her fathering Thomas of by the coroners he died suddenly on july and it is alleged to at he was foully dealt superintendent of Philip of announced that Joseph Allen had been identified by three organizations to hold at ninth an Nual reunion of the survivors association of the sixth Pennsylvania heavy artillery will be held at a Imaeda on in cob Junction with the Allegheny county and with the one Hundred and thirty 1ourth Pennsylvania in latter continuing on the the excursion rate known As excursion Are Good for the 16th and 17th All the tickets will be sol1 p Alameda trains will leave the depot of tha Pennsylvania and in Allegheny Ai and p on the and at on they will leave for Allegheny City on the 16th at 6 and s and on the 17th at 6 m Hope Sprott fun the patience of Tisher Ruen who really love the sport is the theme of Many one is told by a Man travelling 011 foot through part of eng came upon a solitary Fisherman to to looked As if time and world might pass away without disturbing his have you fished Long in this Stream asked the Kight can was the Calm re get Many bites was the next the Fisherman scarcely turned his gaze from the Rod in his five year in this very spot i had Fine he answered Hope he was Only tie Ritli am i the mistress of this or am i not you certainly replied Fer with whats the mat Ter now Ive discharged that impudent hired nil and she refuses to i want you to go to the Kitchen and bundle her neck and crop Settle it Between Ferguson 1 wont have to to with in Only the master of the Sonu of Cunt Timm of queer in the Nilore District of the Madras presidency live the Sias May be Sacii from a which has been issued by the authorities of the Madras government they live in forests and that Are Little removed from savagery j indicated by the absence of in Plemer Tal or monumental the Ani mistic nature of their the primitive limiting and fishing me hods followed by Many of the tribe and the habit of eating the almost raw flesh of the game they kill after slightly heating or scorching they Are fear less in catching which tin draw out of their helps without any fear of their and it is supposed that they protect themselves against the effects of Snake bites by Swallow ing the Poison sacs of the is be Cully singular is the manner in which they produce lire by for tins purpose they prepare two one the other in the former a Square cavity is and it is held firmly in tie ground while the Ion Stock is twirled rapidly to and fro in the instead charcoal powder they use rags or even dried which the find Little difficulty in j ii i9 o o o i 9 9 o o o o 6 3airmount store j wholesale and tie orly run of Many the popular terminations of pet names in earlier times were cock Jud Emonia was shortened to and for loves Sako it became a Guiott Matilda was first then Bartholomew was Bart Rhyn Little Bart or the popularity of these put names seen in Tho great number of them which eventually became family the the Emmetts and the Bartlett Are numerous in England and although few dream that their games were originally pet and not before the use of fam ily names it was often necessary to diminutive forms from the fact that the same name was riot infrequently Given to two or Throe children of the same the original of the sur name Robinson is the pet name of Robin or Little As Clennan of today add Chen to childrens names As a term of endear Maki Inganna Eliza Beth so our ii Gish used the equivalent Tatkin was Little Simkin Little Perkin Little terminations in Kin and Rock were in use auth air the lower to ninja the an j the diminutive on and it were More aristocratic and used by families of Norman i 6 i 9 t o o 9 o f o Spring and summer i o goods in endless largest Stock in the o 6 6 o o o new dress silk and in yrs and a great variety of Wash silk Waist Fine jacket suits and and to o 6 6 o t an Apt the Samuel Longfellow was a As Well As was Bis lore eminent he was the compiler of a Hymnbook for in which work he was assisted by a fellow Clergyman of the same Christian on applying to a third member of the profession to give the Book a title the lat Ter suggested that it be called the Sam husband of mine is a most careless i expect heir Iose his head one of these see lies lost the next thing to it is a pity the Bald headed Man cant transplant the unnecessary Beard on his Elvin to the smooth spot on his Louis fear causes More disease than to More deaths than More failures than panics it costs More than is always a failure and is never fear weakens the hearts induces in vites produces Poison through foods and the Mother of which either directly causes or greatly ails in the production of quite per rent of All our in by Lily loses its terror if a bottle f Thomas electric Oil in the instant Relief in cases of accidents of any then shouts of the Klaf Long live King the King live for d the sound of trumpets the King and Queen left i and descended to the Al together they re and wine of the Sac fictions were undertakers of Mercer and Law rence have formed an association and will refuse to con duct a funeral for any family indebted to any member of the while Alphonso Snyder and Walter 15yearold were playing with a loaded re their the weapon was discharged likes c a n d All a m e r i c a everybody who has tried our Candy comes Back for the reason is not far to our confectionary is pure and made of the finest sugars choicest nuts and it is of the most de Licious not As High priced As some candies but better than your Choice of any one kind or Assor Ted Only 10 cents a Snyders 5 10 cent store in room formerly occupied by o o i o i i 6 6 2 6 6 o 6 i o 6 6 o i o i o o i o o o 6 o ingrain and Brussels of All grades and carpets made and Laid to Lin blinds and Wall ours is a Complete Wall paper store in Competition out of hundreds of samples to select no store outside the City can so Large a t our new Spring line now ing in and prices lower than Ever our suits to order have been a great see our get our prices and com pare with in the department of furniture and House furnishing goods we Are doing a Large and increasing bus ii goods coming in and going out we buy in car lots for spot Narf no one can under sell Fairmount itt j u Lii i w

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