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New Bethlehem Vindicator (Newspaper) - February 14, 1902, New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Bethlehem Independent in established in xxi1l if paid in Temble eleven persons perished at Twentyfive Hocks destroyed at Pat Low estimated at and that people were rendered fire is estimated at great swept through Paterson sunday and in its desolate Wake Are the embers and ashes of property valued in preliminary estimate at it burned its Way through the Busi Ness Section of the City and claimed As its own a majority of the finer structures devoted to commercial educational and religious us As Well As scores of there was but Small tribute of life and jury to the but hundreds were left homeless and thousands without a Relief move ment for the care of those unsheltered and unprovided for has already been and mayor John hence Cliffe said last night that Paterson would be Able to care for her own without appealing to the Charity other communities and the great manufacturing plants of the place Are and the temporarily by the has already commenced the work of reorganization and Firce Gale Farmed the fire came saturday Midnight and was Only checked after a Desper ate fight that lasted late Sun every City and Tow a reach of Paterson sent firemen and apparatus to the Relief of tha threatened and it took the United efforts of them All to win the Bat a Northeast Gale gave the conflagration its impetus and carried its burning brands to kindle the Blaza afresh at other the firemen made stand after stand before tha Wall of but were repeatedly driven and when Victory finally came to them they were Grimes and 25 burned unknown who died at City Hospital from the Harry medical of hands badly burned and ankle Walter employee Hamilton Brown shoe hands both broken and injured in Henry night por badly George medical of Rich ankle sprained in jumping from second Story dental Back sprained in jumping from second Story Harry medical ankle sprained to jumping from second Story manager Empire hotel Back badly sprained while escaping from con burned about about 10 or 12 others less seriously being burned or suf Ferling from revision of Creed in presbyterian confession unless this declaratory statement would not be Intelli Fli damnation not taught by american presbyterian Church o prepare a declaratory statement would intelligently explain the loints involved would be a difficult and members finally agree hat a revision of the chapters under consideration would be the work of the committee is half today the consideration of a Brief statement of doctrine de told technicalities for popular Usi will be taken it is expected that the discussion Over this statement will take up the better part of two Soffel seriously ill has a Well developed Case of be for Soffel will not be in condition to be re moved from the Hospital for at least 10 Days to and be greater length of Satur Day night there has been a and the woman now has a Well devel oped Case of the left cavity of the Chest being the worst at 8 Oclock last night her tempera Ture pulse 112 and respiration although she was seriously Soffel was cheerful and her mental condition was about the same As sat she saw no visitors and talked to no one sunday her attendants and the physicians said last night that her condition was not but that under the most favourable conditions it would be 10 Days before the disease will have run its Creed committee of the presbyterian now sitting in this Dia posed of considerable it com no to a definite decision on Severa vital Points in the confession o the work done is up in the official statement Given of by William of Thi the clerk of the Genera Assembly and the Secretary of the it is As follows the work of the committee so far As completed provides a declaratory statement for chapter Iii of the confession of on and also for chapter Section on elect the William Roberts repeats his statement that the american presbyterian Church does not teach that any dying in in fancy Are the committee further has agreed to revision of the text of the confession in the matter of Good chapter Section 7 of its a sin to refuse an chapter Section and also to Pope being a Man of chapter Section it also adds to the confession two one on the holy and the other on the dont believe in infant delay miss stores the area of destruction foots up roughly 25 City Cost of the has not yet been counted Wilh any degree of a and it will be several Days a lore there can be a definite Tabula Tion of losses and in the confusion of the Day and rigorous guarding of the burning districts at night it was impossible to locate a majority of the heavier suf the estimate of will probably cover the destruction and a group of City officials who went Over the City last evening were inclined to scale that figure Down to Between and for actual property their estimate made no calculation for loss on account of suspension of Early morn ing fire which destroyed the Empire a Large three Story lodging House at 2700 and 2702 Oliv occupied by men caused the death of 11 10 men and one and dangerously injured eight ten or More who had narrow escapes from death in the fire were More or less injured by being it is estimated that there were Between 35 and 40 persons in the building sunday and it is believed that All have been accounted the financial loss is it is thought that will cover the damage to building Ami which were totally de the Morris senior member of the firm of Clark manufacturers of Fine Cut formerly Chicago burned to a Tobe Man about Buffo John father of Deputy City Marshall Leo Lueders Skull fractured in lumping from third Story George terminal Yards burned to Sarah coloured chambermaid Hamilton Brown shoe burned Telegraph operator Mer Haniu terminal v Vance civil in president refuses to accept Brevet from army in explanation of the second graph of the above statement regard ing Roberts reiteration that the american presbyterian Church does not teach that any dying in infancy Are lost he said that he had made the first statement to that effect last week and that since then he has received Many communications from religious newspaper Edi tors and others As to whether he had been correctly he said that he had solicited the individual opinion of each member of the committee and that they were All of the opinion a he stated the committee steadfastly refuses to give out the text of anything it has it made except chapter untimely Zeal of those in charge of new Henrj Otis of the american Mission at who is now in this has received from missionary sources in Turkey a letter giving a new phase of the causes which have delayed the surrender of miss the letter says of the release of miss the american Are much lessened by the Well meant activity of newspaper the situation is extremely it has taken Mouths to the captors of miss Stonechat the ran som has reached its men chosen for the delicate because of their acquaintance with have serious personal risk the attempt to carry that mass of Gold into the Region where the brigands can be laity bravely Between the millstones knowing that after the Money has been paid and before the captives released the whole Enterprise in come to grief through the untimely Zeal of these in of Soldier and police a the these they fin1 newspaper correspondents appearing on the ground with orders to be pres ent when the Money is paid and the captives Are the brigands simply risk the presence of any the generous self restraint of the newspaper interest is an absolute condition of Success in negotiations where complications quite unknown to strangers Are essential factors in the i n j general Macarthur for the Bestowal of Brevet rank on All the officers of the army who rendered especially meritorious ser vices during the War with and the subsequent campaigns in the Philippines and the exception noted is the Case of Theodore who was awarded the brevets of Dier general for vices at san their wages state pay of Pennsylvania men who owe Harrisburg merchants held trainmen on the Middle and Philadel phia divisions of the Pennsylvania residing at had their wages attached for debts of from to owing Harrisburg the attachments were received at the offices of the Penn Sylvania company so that the wages of the men can be the wages Are garnished through a West Virginia collecting who has a Branch office in coloured Church coloured protestant episcopal Church of the crucifixion and the Parish House and located at eighth and Bain Ridge were destroyed by fire sunday the loss is placed at on which there is a Par Lal surrounding property was damaged by fire and water to the extent of about funeral of Man aged president Roosevelt has pardoned j of a United tates army private who a serving a life sentence in the forr Shooten a filipino prisoner who attempted t amen is a son of the forme Potter count Public although for the matter of them the May be things which god command of Good views both to because they proceed not from a heart purified by nor Are done in a right according to the nor t of right the glory of they Are fore and cannot please god or make a Man meet to receive Grace from and yet their neglect of them is More sinful and displeasing unto this Section was revised by strik ing out the Are therefore sinful some chapters to be the committee i not intend to revise the but instead wanted to confine itself to preparing a declaratory statement of the it was found after an exhaustive Dis Cussion of the that Daniel Shea was seriously injured at in a coasting the Erie Railroad station at Sharps was destroyed by burglars blew open the Safe in Tho office of the metropolitan life insurance at and got Peter of Stur was probably fatally burned by her clothing taking fire from a George Harris was thrown a considerable distance and Ani a building completely by an of dynamite at a Stona Quarry near Beaver Frances Gallo was sentenced at to serve 18 months in the Western Penitentiary for at tempting to Burn the residence of at children Are almost always thin the outdoor boy a Seldom Whites Cream Vermi fuse is the Best preventive of it strengthens the system and assists to that sort of which creates strength and Power of Price 25 corbetts drug valentins Snyders near Fairmount store company we have just closed the most successful year in the history of our and we Are under Many obligations to the Bethlehem and sur rounding country for the Liberal patronage Given it shows the o people appreciate the fact that our stores Are the besi and most up Iodate of any stores outside the it also proves that the people Are using a higher Grade of and the Day for cheap and shoddy Merchand ise has gone the wonderful in crease in our sales encourages us to further improve our facilities to furnish the Best merchandise at the lowest Price Fairmount store new Bethlehem Fairmount

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