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New Bethlehem Vindicator (Newspaper) - December 12, 1902, New Bethlehem, PennsylvaniaGreat Britain and Germany take action against the their ministers leave Caracas the cold wave general wind Frost sweep the whole blizzard i in the went and sew tools stats Supply Short in Many Zero if the settled within a reasonable time the custom i of the country will be Tro he will pay them when tie War i the British and the German charge von Pil left Caracas for la where minister Haggard went on Board the British Cruiser re Tribu i Tion and Herr von Pilgri Baltazzi boarded the Cruiser both the British and German Lega tons have been l before leaving the British minister t an the German charge affaires de posited at the private residence of the foreign Lopez sep Arate the British demand being Tor the settlement of claims and i other matters out of the last and demand being for the pay ent of the interest on the German Ina and other the demands Are without any specifications As to tie Ime Given for an an but they arc in the form of an the situation is i compre l up to the latest hour he one appeared to know anything about the Anglo German projected the foreign minister Aid he considered a menace on the part Germany to be and that any threat Only be a Ballon Dessai a while As for said the she has no grounds for government has made no Mili tary preparations at la venezuelan considered the threat of a demonstration As a and set aside the possibility of an Anglo Ger Man both the English and German residents regard the moment As Inopportune for a de Toonstra it is can produce no practical the revolution not Tujing entirely there is no present possibility of Venezuela rals ing a a correspondent learns that one of the chief officers of the German Cruiser Yinet told a German family at la Guyra that a blockade of the coast of was following Telegram was received it the state department from United states minister at Caracas the president of Venezuela has pub a letter in the newspapers stat ing that foreign creditors must await the of peace then All promises will he the foreign creditors referred to Are England and and castros letter is evidently intended As an answer to the ultimatums sent to the venezuelan Ciudad Boli Var is still in the Possession of the in and if is supposed Here that Castro will not be ready to declare peace until the place has been this government convinced that unless Castro pays the debts owed to English and German creditors within a very Short the custom House at la Guyra will be seized jointly by English and Gorman naval Lii cars to the cover of the guns of their and the customs collected until an amount Sun vient to liquidate the obligations of Venezuela bus been so and Germany have presented ultimatums to Vene which will be Follower up by a seizure of the unless a Satis factory settlement is forthcoming with in a Brief the ultimatums have a time exact cannot he famous statesman expires at the Arlington he was sick a few Days Only new York wind and Frost swept the whole and from every Quarter coldest weather of the year was Liz Zards raged in Many parts of new York and in some places the thermometer had dropped to two feet of Snow fell in Chautauqua blocking Street car lines and seriously delaying while the country roads in every direction Are at Coxsackie the Hudson River was Frozen Over from Bank to and All traffic was suspended above from comes the re port of temp future twelve degrees below and the weather Bureau held out no indications of five deaths from the cold occurred in Chi where the thermometer hovered about the Zero Mark All the Piort Westem Pirt of Pennsyl Vania was in the grip of a howling a fierce wind piled the Snow into dangerous drifts in Many and though the railroads Lind kept their Snow plows in operation to keep the tracks trains on All the roads in the District were the heavy swirl of Snow that descended on new York City was the first bitter warning that the cold wave had reached this and a special forecast was issued by the weather Bureau ordering the display of storm warnings hero and at Sandy similar have been issued nil along the Pacific coast from san fran Cisco As foretelling the approach of the cold wave were sent out through the Interior there is hardly a plate in the Union that could Hope to escape us taste of real even in the Southern states the temperatures Honvo from the slope Region eastward they Range from eight to thirty six degrees below nor Mil average of other and the slightly higher figures received from the districts West of the Rockies Are due to a local disturbance of marked All Northern new York suffered seat Plattsburg the thermometer was four decrees below Sara inc Lake fort two degrees of Frost were and Saratoga was caught in a sudden nip when the thermometer dropped ten degrees Between noon and heavy Snow had fallen and the same conditions prevailed in the the which struck Rochester with n wind blowing fort live Miles in caused As the City is almost destitute of Coal and the poor Are in the it lost not More than to acc inches of Snow fell in with the thermometer at Zero the City was in tiie grip of the coldest wave of the delay of Traelic on the Street and old Vatch lines was Many of the suburban trains being half an hour while through trains from the East and West were delayed As much As Mur and six the shortage of the Coal Supply was Felt inc Arnst for the first and it is said to lie impossible to buy any Coal at All in Sonn if the outlying throughout Wisconsin and the cities of upper Michigan Thi thermometer ranged round Ami below and there Are said to be heavy losses of Stock in tie country throughout Kansas and the Terri tories it was the coldest Day of the and a further fall of tempera Ture was along tie Pacific coast heavy gales have with incessant the Steamer cottage which reached Seattle from the reported a continuous Gale since december and telegraphic communication Between Seattle and the country Ortii is is All the wires Are his death caused by uraemic attack of brooch to on hit Kalal and Daucci tar with him at the service in state and National the former speaker of the House of died Here in Bis apartments in the Arlington tiie cause of death with him when the cud came were their miss Cash doctors Bishop and go duo and the Teod passed away peacefully and without mind was in such a state on the Day previous to his death lie did not realize Hie seriousness of his he was cheerful and conversed with those about his when it became apparent that he would not survive his his wife and daughter were and they remained constantly at the bedside until the distinguished patient breathed his heed returned to die in the City where he had made his great repute first is member of Congress and the acknowledged Leader of his col later As speaker of the and then is candidate for Bis Paris nomination for the like that other from this last ambition never was realized by growing old and financial competency Recd finally left the much poverty in Europe in the unite kingdom there Are Parsons starving flt Leil to title sick cold in Germany Iso fists recommendations contained in the presidents message to the exact cannot he ascertained the foreign office with regard to the time limit it is a reas Nablo time in which Venezuela can satisfy the injured Are practically Alt Macii in amounts or rite claims the surely Reitor Etc the disregard of the venezuelan All our repro claim and de Mand Mirro Narr if president government in connection the pc san in Venezuela Are flue to the of the in Vern it oct of that Nunry to pay off Kiili amounting to Duc British Nad German Venezuela has refund heretofore to take any notice of tiie demands made by either great a Viviain or and i As a warships from both Conn tries Are now assembled in the Harbor of la waiting instructions from the Homo to Voilas murderer Breaks Gremier Cather a Knprr Jun pm from Tho convicted Muri Lerer of Cun Stabli Adam est aimed for the Sivonda time from Trio Daniel Van Anol Hir got away with Attr breakfast Greih was to the Bash room the who to Iii walked out of the jail corridor to the Reading failing to lock the big Iron Grether was Quick Inorg i to notice and in and Vanbuskirk quietly stole upstairs and jumped from a Gre her was found by David a Young and four friends near they discovered i barn and pulled him of i the was brought Back Dickinson gets fifteen years Fobe Philadelphia convicted of alias who was arrested about Ien Days ago after a desperate fight a and who was the detectives to be a burglar night and a business Man by was tried and convicted and sentenced to fifteen years in the police accused Dickinson of sixty but could of Legal evidence in Only Twenty it is said loot to the value nearly was recovered by the convicted Elf the report of the Boyal commission sent to South Africa to re sentences pronounced under flaw shows that the commas dealt very leniently with i out of 794 cases the com Lofe ordered the liberation of us remand made Large reductions 1 in fences of 5jlpw tron the Sav to tic Denver to eleven aldermen also sentenced for contempt of mayor and eleven Alder leu were sentenced by judge of the District to serve four months in jail for contempt of court in disregard ing the issued by judge mul Lins to restrain the enactment in the form in which it was presented of in granting a franchise to the Denver City Tramway mayor Wright signed the though this act was specifically forbid Den by the the mayor and aldermen will Appeal from judge mul Hess decision on Legal Points involved in the Case and remain at under and Congress four his income in Levaai practice since it is had been Between and a equal at least to that of a and he Dies leaving the competency he sought for his widow and the who was his Keck died of which As Bis physician that in had n chronic Case 01 Isri girls for Many which bad broken Iown his and which suddenly became acute and deadly when appendicitis was contracted his kidneys suddenly refused to per form their and the Poison passed directly into his All efforts to save him were Thomas Bracken nimber of Congress from the first District of Maine for Twenty two and speaker of the House of representatives during eight sessions Public debater Anil in a prominent in publican candidate for presidential Nomin was born a sixty three years he grew to manhood in Ami began his career in that which honoured him with Many of first making him keineeutaiiv1 in the state and piecing him in to in of tucks of state of City solicitor of Portland member of since used resigned from he had been a resident of new York any and n member of the Law Liurni of Thacher in he leaves a wife and need probably will he re Mem More than for anything for the revolution lie wrought in parliamentary procedure while speaker of tie House of the rigorous manner in which he carried out the rules of which he was the author cause him to be widely spoken of by his political opponents and As Czar Reod was not in sympathy with the acquisition of the with the expansion policy of the administration of president personally he was most loved by those who him he was bubbling Over with Good humor and Cood Fellowship he wit and keen in Ordinary Conversa no less than in Public he showed a remarkable fund of info Brond a penetrating mind and n keen Power of Logi Cal analysis and analytical town news of the death of Thomas Reed was received Here with general Reed was born and was personally known to Many persons in the to crops is Long since the London theatres and restaurants have experienced As profitable a season As the the West end is ablaze with Light All the amusement places Are and theatre supper Par ties the fashionable hotels and restaurants Busy until Long after mid in the it is estimated that persons Are Idle in the King and the Board of Trade returns show the ten years past of unskilled persons out of while the proportion of skilled men without employment is constantly the Woolwich Arsenal authorities have discharged 2uou mechanics since the Winter and Are pre paring to let out to the great number of persons out of work must be added members of the army who have been released from service with the the worst is vis Ible in the East several of the newspapers have started subscriptions and daily print harrowing stories of half Clad school Many of whom Are without any except scanty luncheons furnished by sym pathetic several of the Lon Don suburban councils Are starting Public works in order to employ a Small proportion of the Idle the Canning town where the distress is has appropriated for Relief of employment is causing unprecedented distress in the Interior of in As a fair example of the prevailing workmen eagerly accept about seventeen cents a hosts of beggars literally invade tie shops and and the streets Are filled with sick and starving similar pitiful details come from other Interior bitterly cold weather which prevails throughout Germany has caused various municipalities to vote in Aid of the Dresden has just voted for this tie crops in the Northern District of Sweden and in a part of Dele Carlia have failed entirely of Init to the wet and collections arc being made in All cities and towns by corporations and private individuals for the Relief of the from the especially from Large quantities of supplies arc seut daily to the distributing the rail roads carry supplies Freo of Tho members of the Royal family Are deeply and Are lending their Aid to the Relief move Mutiny and murder at Captain Wou turd and Mure to tors la Titi ship on beat tie of the British Shin Leicester which sailed from san Franisco july 2li for which a nor arrived at reports a Mutiny Iti the South on september three James Turner and a of the name of shipped on tin vessel at san Ai Midnight of the night mentioned wlm was on jailed lie Captain from his Cabin and a Man had fallen from the fore the cup twin hailed tie second mate and told him to bring the injured Man while the Captain was giving this girder Seaman a lobes shot him striking lie Captain Over Tho Lobbs tired Throe More shots after tie who ran on the second who heard the ran to tiie captains assistance Lobbs him Fobbs wounded tin Captain five Sears and Turner thei left tiie vessel on i they were located several hours in the dark but Daylight they to it is they intended to make for Pitcairn they May Huv As they had Only a Pirn Tisimis r Char the Oij eci of the men was m plunder the the Captain recovered from his wounds during Tiu opposes revision of Tariff Roosevelt a reasonable and a Fec tire ant Lornit jaw Necip Rocity and Suc certs fee Del financial the Isthmian canal and Pacific renting of the presidents message to Congress consumed one hour in Tho House and an hour and fifteen minutes in the in Bot ii instances the closest attention was paid to the presidents especially to those portions relating to the regulation of the Tariff and the Isthmian Ca but there were no demonstrations of approval until Reading was con in the the re publican members indulged in a Gener Ous outburst of in the sen the republicans received the message in the message opens with a statement of the general prosperous condition of the a consideration of the subject of trusts the presi Dent says that the Industrial evils Are the result of our and that in attempting to remedy these evils we must not Check our Industrial de of the evils of trusts he mentions unjust discrimination and fraudulent Over capitalize Tion As being the principal and believes that Congress can act under the Power to regulate Commerce with foreign nations and among the several he that the necessary supervision of corporations and combinations must be achieved by National and urges Congress to pass an antitrust which in its pro visions and effective in its the president declares that he is firmly opposed to Tariff revision except through reciprocity he says that tie country has acquiesced int be Wisdom of the protective Tariff Princi it is exceedingly undesirable that this system should be or that there should be violent or Radical changes he thinks that it is very desirable that reciprocity treat ies should be As they can be used to Widen our markets and to secure the lowering of duties no longer needed for he recommends the removal of the duty on Anthracite touching upon financial conditions the president says that some addition Al legislation is with the View to making All kinds of Money interchangeable at the of the convertible into the established Lod he earnestly Hopes thai a Secretary of Commerce May be Willi a scat in the and that Congress kill endow the department with Large he urges the adoption of reciprocity with Cuba because it is eminently for our own interests to control the cuban postmaster general Payne will investigate the Anonymous attacks by a mysterious letter writer on wealthy families in colonel artillery commanding at fort was promoted to be brigadier Gen preliminary to Charles of new York was appointed reporter of the decisions of the United states supreme the coinage executed by the United states mints in november amounted to William Theobald asked Secre tary Shaws permission to and made charges against colonel of the customs service at new York controller Ridgeley report suggests As solution of the currency a Bill permitting the Banks to Issue a limited amount of uncovered on which there shall be a tax ranging according to Tho size of the Admiral Dewey sailed from Washington on the Mayflower to take com Mand of the combined Fleet in the Caribbean sea our adopted fifteen organizations of troops in the United states were ordered to Exchange places with an equal number of organizations in the Vic governor of the Philip says that an Era of great Indus trial development is just beginning in the Captain of the american Schooner John who shot and killed Frank at was the evidence show ing that the shooting was Tho wholesale Purchase of Rice by the Manila government and its distribution among natives has broken the combination that was holding prices midshipman Richard son of commander was stricken with fever As the result of be tiding canal digging party at Culebra Captain with sixty completed a March across the Island of the first time such a thing had Ever been done by White the natives were All found wholesale prices quoted a new Fork Helk the Mhz Erc Banee Price Lor stand try qualms per fris 20 2k state Dairy extra imitation fancy 25 a 27 21 10 5 3 to prime part 6 m d state and it 27 Teass and 2 k 2 Btu 2 2 35 25 2 30 Rel 2 s5 to 2 00 White 1w2 2 70 5 2 75 Yuri my 2 75 is 2 sofa 3 10 Green i 70 i fitful to and Ben Lues per 1 00 2 75 per 00 2 25 Ben per 1 50 2 00 00 3 2 00 per do per bbl 00 7 50 p i per 10 10 111 of 4 on 5 Al Oil 5 s 00 Al 13 is is 3 15 g 00 the Indian convicted of murdering his was hanged at Sioux he behaved with great Ella who was recently acquitted at Iowa of the murder of her was indicted for she is alleged to falsely in her own de at the jury in the Case of Charles on trial for perjury in connection with the suburban railway Boodle returned a verdict of guilty Aud imposed a sen tence of two rears in the the statistician of Duns review says the Cost of living is one per less than a year a Skiff containing Charles aged thirty two and r live Spring per in pm per per fit 3v Al s i Rel a 24 17 13 to per per 15 per 1 12 per la a blessed nor 12 e per in 11 of Spring per v2 a per 13 i g per h f per 00 if per 36 if per 20 27 a Mivon to 23 it 2s Pacific 30 so u in y common to 22 2i Oid Odds 7 12 nay and Straw tier 100 1 00 per 00 93 per 100 so 8n Clover per 100 Long go 73 per 1 7n 2 00 Long per per per 2 Iki w 2 i 1 so is i 75 50 1 on 4 0 both of rices the president states that the con went Over dam Tho Monou goers has wisely provided we and both were shall build at Oito an Isthmian j a big windstorm swept Over North if the Ern Mississippi and Southern will be of great Benoit to America and 1 doing considerable per egg 1 2o per 1 00 per fio i per 1 00 be 4 00 i of Orange 1 i 2 2n per per per per Lima per per string Pur per aged per w aged per 4 of importance to All hip he the total voc of Tennessee at the Leoth for boy Earl aged was found guilty it of complicity in the murder of the Mer chant Aldison Clinn and sentenced to Claude his compan who actually fired the will be immediately placed on Obrien la eighteen years they daring governor Odelli the plurality of governor Odell at the recent election la new York state life Loit in a blinded by the driving Bessie aged fourteen of walked into Rondout Creek and was the child was returning Home with her Little brother from a grocery store with sup plies for the family Carrie nation in jail Carrie nation is in jail it on a charge of disturbing the she was forcibly ejected from several drug stores and one of the prominent hotels of the death of Thomas tile nutty Uquill a victim of yellow Thomas the of ii cd plates in this died from yellow after an illness of three peace which prevails in the praises Tho conduct of the the county seat of Madi army and declares that no pol son a town of goo icy Ever entered into by the american i was wholly de people has vindicated itself in More i stroked by signal than the policy of hold1 forty one years the philippine committed suicide at he says that the army has been re1 putting the muzzle of a pistol Ducor to the minimum Auwood by and recommends the passage of a Bill providing for a so neral staff Ursos Congress to provide for the re1 o system and Juani had been Lor several of v declared unconstitutional by Oun of hot for securing the highest Eric ency in the National sixty were Given in the do Clivos Bat Thorn to remove ten pcs Winch she should be no bait in the Worl of build claimed bad been ill ing up tic and Calls attention to Jealy the need of additional j in a pistol Duel Kansas a roil to is the fought Over a Ernest damns Tucker each lasts body was buried five hours after his the funeral was attended by the the members of the consular corps and the american Colony and by Many the coffin was wrapped in the stars and the British Consul re cited prayer it the the death of last is deeply lamented by the who hold him in High Thomas artist and was Bora on september it he was educated in the United where he also studied lie soon acquired a reputation As n talented but it was is a cartoonist that he was Best he was regarded is one of the most Brilliant of John Barrett 3inlftter to it was formally announced it the White it that of former min ister to and at present worlds fair commissioner to Asia and aus has been appointed minister to to succeed of geor King going to the lord mayor of Belfast has announced that King Edward and Queen Alexandra would visit Ireland in the Earth Dart surest gun the president tent vre arc of Friendly terms with All nations shows the striking in the revenues of the Posto tiie department states that the Nival Freo delivery ser vice has become a fixed policy urges the need of irrigation for Tho arid re Gions of rhe the Protection of game on tie Forest the pres1 the Sai Ancs of several Loman Catholic cry Avion of the remain intr Public lands prelates of their activity for the Home builder and the Par Bim per per per per per Ier per in Maple per Maple per gallon be per patents3 go do patents 1 2 2 i 2 state City City oily d 1 country dressed Ier 1011 00 h per 1011 5 75 per 100 70 r j ii Kiniry per s off 4 10 a 4 30 is3 Siv a mix of lords passed inc it education Bill by and the enactment of Wise Laws for Alaska refers to the advancement of the indians to an almost self support the Law of the French chamber of deputies ratified a convention Between it Belgium and author ing to the great Success which country to Issue additional has resulted from giving scientific Aid j Silver coins to the value of to the farming population Prince in try of Pless is the kaisers mends the consideration of plans for for German ambassador at the improvement of the smithsonian i institution and the adoption of Laws for the social and economic better ment of the District of Columbia suggests the perfection of the Safet Yap Oliance Law for Tho Protection of rail Road employees and the reduction of the Public printing to Only what is really needed comments upon the Progress which has been made in the Extension of the Merit system of making appointments in the government and closes with a Brief reference to tiie improvements which have been made to the White of Reljin comment on the London comment on the presi dents message to Congress is almost wholly the message was also generally favourably received by the press of Rome and other european ship explosion As the result of an explosion on an Oil the at san twelve men were killed and a Large number were in while a property Joss of 000 Wafi Washington to succeed von Holle Al Ltd widow of John formerly United states Consul at and a distinguished Confederate died at Florence she was eight six years of Portugal granted to n British subject a Concession for a railway across an 875 Miles in americans in Paris asked ambassador Porter to Tise his Good offices with the French government in favor of the English pass Ouist the British governments education Bill was adopted by the House of com Mons of the third Reading by a vote of 24g to there was heavy fighting in ending with the defeat of the the narrowly escaped capture and his forces suffered the sending of German warships to Venezuela is causing in the latter a supposed anarchist was arrested at Sofia on suspicion that he intended report on Winter unusually mild weal air in the wot in attic crop port issued by weather uni Vii iritis the following gemeral twin Umili was marked by Excel Iii nay mild i All of tiie Kucky with excessively heavy on the North Pacific and from the lower Missouri Valley to the West Gulf and More than ii average amount Over a Large Porton of the South Atlantic and East Julf Tho reports generally show that win Tor wheat was a very promising condition at the close of the with ample moisture and exceptionally mild temperatures throughout the month the crop made rapid too Ranic growth is generally reported from the Central Oklahoma and in the Early sown wheat the hessian Fly has appeared but this has not affected that sown which constitutes much the greater part of the total in Texas some Fields of the Early sown wheat Are from twelve to eighteen inches High and Muy suffer from on the North Pacific coast the weather has unfavourable for seed hampered by fuel the Iron and steel Industry is still hampered by the fuel shortage and the Railroad freight complaints of slow deliveries in the East being still pig Iron is scarce and and there is continued activity in demand for steel rails Anil structural material at fully sustained marketing of Carat crop the marketing of the crop been delayed this by the Lack an to assassinate of heavy t i i v

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