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New Bethlehem Vindicator (Newspaper) - February 20, 1903, New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania New Bethlehem Independent in established in if paid in new february financial report on array appropriation measure agreed mercers printing George Bel leads wholesale dry goods the rooms of the Canadian yacht club and the office of the Canadian express loss insurance three firemen were badly discussion on statehood Bill senator Teller feels begins consideration of naval appropriation amendments to in Dian appropriation disagreed Senate yesterday agreed to the financial re port on the army appropriation discussion of the statehood Bill was resumed and Depew continued his remarks in opposition to he yielded to who presented the conference report on the army appropriation which was agreed and then resumed his after Depew had proceeded for some time Teller took exception to some of his remarks regarding the unequal representation in the advancing to the Center aisle and speaking with great Tel Ler said it was no Small thing to talk about changing the form under which this government had grown so great and so i have listened to a Good Deal of said he i have listened to a Good Deal i consider beneath the dignity of the but i canno listen to de pews remarks with out saying As a senator and As a citizen of the United i fed insulted and i think the american people will feel this insult from the senator from new Depew said he regretted Teller Felt but when you add to the minority representation in this said and take it farther away from the people you Are calling attention to a condition where you cannot Tell what the people May do in the discussions of the Depew had not concluded when at the Senate in the the House yesterday began consideration of the naval appropriation Bill under the operation of a Rule which made the new legislation relative to the increase of the personnel of the Navy and for the increase of the naval Academy in the paragraph in the Bill providing for a naval station on the great lakes Well out on a Point of Little Field and Sulzer had an interest ing clash before the naval Bill was taken the former charging the lat Ter with having perverted the after some further remarks general debate closed and the Bill was read for the Senate amendments to the in appropriation Bill were disagreed to and the Bill sent to Curtis and Little were appointed con at 5 the House explosion kills the Buck Eye nine Miles South of this two men were two seriously injured and a number of others slightly Hurt As the result of an explosion of quack lived j Narden Koreti whose name in Large Black Type has been a feature for years in Tho German press in connection with has been sentenced in Contumacy to three years imprisonment and to pay a Fine of after a trial which had been a fortnights Sensa Narde Koetter spent millions of Marks in lived richly and contrived to defy the medical societies and Public prosecutors for and now he has escaped punishment by going to England and forfeiting his Narde Koetter on one it was alleged during the being in a great hurry to satisfy some of his simply filled their bottles with soapy water from Wash investment companies were received at the Post office yesterday from acting postmaster Gen to hold All mail addressed to l Arnold or Man or Faute and Faute assistant managers in Louis the Christy Syndicate and investment or president and general or Elias Silvor manager of the National securities thousand of dollars supposed to be in letters which have come for Arnold i since last thursday will be to the persons who sent in though they will probably go through the dead letter office missing mail Pouch 1 missing mail Pouch containing j checks and in j which Lias caused the office department so much has been found and is now Safe in the office of the of mails j the missing Pouch arrived yesterday from How it got to Cincinnati is a question in to be a Steamer seventeen lives lost by of j the Captain and j five others i Cyclone struck the passenger which plies Between and at 9 to Oclock monday night and s it he to the Bot Tom of the Chow ii seventeen people Are known to have been and others who were res cued Are in a serious the whirlwind when it struck the Olive caused her to go Over on her beams and when she righted it was Only to sink on account th2 water she had a majority of the passengers and Crew were below at the time and had no Opportunity to reach the Pilot House of the this Point was the Only portion left above water and in standing Waist deep from the time of the Accident until 6 Oclock in the George Withy and five others were yesterday morning a 6 Oclock the River Steamer Pettit Hove in sight and rescued the almost Frozen the Olive was a Small single screw owned by Pretlow of and has been plying Between North Carolina and Virginia for several she left Franklin last evening for Edenton and had Al most reached her destination when the Cyclone struck visits in Theo Dore wife of the arrived in this City yesterday after noon and is the guest of and John she will re main Here until this she attended the opera last night at the Academy of music with a party of to Christen new joint Resolution was adopted in the Senate empowering the governor to appoint nos eldest miss Katharine to Christen the Cruiser West now being built by the government at the Norfolk Navy physical culture for head quarters of the department of the mis Souri orders have been issued calling attention to the value and necessity of pursuing systematic courses of athletic training in each of the army indoors in Winter and out of doors when the weather will the commanding officer says the Pur pose is to make better soldiers of Tho men to make them More capable of More handily controlling themselves to keep them in better health and to serve to make less Idle time about a tidal wave plays terrible wind storm Ana tidal wave swept across Munden monday destroying several houses and barns and the Roundhouse of the nor Folk and Southern from which several persons hardly escaped with their at Newport news two Small the Roger Quarles and Laden with building Sank in the Harbor yesterday during a War presidential decree issued yesterday establishes a War contribution in the form of an extra duty of 30 per cent to be levied on All the Export duty on Coffee is made 2 bolivars per bags on Cocoa in bolivars and on hides 4 bolivars per 100 retired and Pratt received official Norire from the department that he had been Rei tired As he onre Tele graphed his resignation As superintendent of the Carlisle Indian i to take effect at Pratt has i been in charge of the school for about 30 death of revolutionary one of the most prominent lawyers in this state and widely known As a died he was a descendant of Nathan Iel Greene of revolutionary Fame and j was a trustee of Brown i he was 65 years of j ice leads to John Engineer Benjamin Spencer and switchman Rogers j were caught under an engine that i jumped the track and turned Over in j the Denver and Rio Grande Yards yesterday and wore fatally scalded by j escaping the Accident was caused by ice on the How to make court to make i Colin Cream put half a Pound of pure Hinl in Lulf i pint of cold water nil heat in an Dan Melvil Saucepan till it let it look and pour the reheat three limes in the same using fresh water every after Ciulini the last time take the Eake of lard from the Toji of the heat it to boiling1 Point without any water then move it Back from the tire Ami stir in the strained juice of one one mince of or lanolin Ami a few limps of any scent you stir 1ili store in pots Ami tie Down till King opens accompanied by Queen Alexandra Ana surrounded by the court and All Tho officers of opened parliament yesterday musical composer the musical composer and director of the South Wales school of died How in Mike three Tuo ounces of whole Ginger pounds of Lii Al one Dillon of nearly boil ing two of of two Whites of one ounce of put nil the ingredients except Whites of eggs in a Largo pour when just warm a orc in Lei stand All night in a Sui in and add Well beaten Whites f Lio Tlle and Ace i new laces two for the Rose of for robbing Railroad Pas yesterday sentenced to eight years in the Penitentiary by judge Fao Dofa who at to break into clap a residence and we shot in the leg by an was Given five fire in printing yesterday de 8broybrla Bojc v aha new ill every decide to buy whatever shoe Yon like but never forget one is you Are particular and want to choose from a very wide assortment of different there is one shoe that originates ail these styles and oilers them to you before they Are copied by Ideal Patent x much and More flexible than Patent Queen Quality is made in twice As Many styles As other makers consider but Queen Quality Aims to give you the exact equivalent of custom made and if you look through our Stock you will realize this to accomplish this there is a different pattern for every occasion and every need or it Meany a Large extra Cost to the Man fac but you get the exact answer to your every just give us a single Chance to prove in every style there is a multitude of Sixes and shapes of All you Are absolutely sure of a perfect fit if you buy Queen they fit where others fail boots oxfords were flaking hundreds of people if you want to join our Circle you can do so by coining to our store and buying a pair of or Fine slippers for your child or or even walk overs for men Are the most unto Date shoes Ever shown in t cent and fall and Winter goods in endless la hisses ind Chil Drens jacket skirts and silk shirt our garments Are finely in dress goods and Waist we All the new weaves and colors Are boys and childrens suits and and the John Kelly shoes for ladies has no equal for fit and they Are the Best Money can and it is going to he decidedly a lace you know women love la therell scarcely he an article of woman dress that wort he finished with their filmy Loveli our lace and embroidery represents the choicest patterns in French and English we can truly say we have no Competition in laces and pm the proof is Fasen Myers shoe we carry the Argest Stock in the our goods Are bought and sold at the right and they always give our stores Are Complete in All furnishing hats and shoes and Wai paper and and flour and Standard sewing popular Good Luck stoves and patrons Sun proof Pili Burys Best our meat markets Are always stocked with the Best of All kinds in the Fairmount store Foley kidney cure Foley Honey tar makes kidneys and bladder j Beals the lice the directness of the bees flight is tiie shortest distance to vein any two Given Points is called a Bee Many observers think that the immense eyes with which the in sect is furnished greatly assist if they do not entirely account for the arrows straightness of its passage through the laxative Bromo

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