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New Bethlehem Vindicator (Newspaper) - February 21, 1902, New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Independent established in if paid in new february 1902 Pioneer pottery an old Industry toes lip in prompt action of firemen save other to Wilson injured by on evening about six the Pioneer located on West end of Perm owned and operated by of was discovered to be on the lire whistle brought out the lire department but the fire Hud gained such that it was seen at once that the building and contents were when the fire was first discovered the roof was in and the whole Interior in a mass of Avor Kmen had left Only a Short time before the lire Dis and it was not known in what part of the works the fire it is supposed that it caught from a stove in the glazing from a Lane Gas by heroic efforts the nearby houses were the a Large with Iron South of the was not the loss willbe severely Felt by All his were invested in the he had lately installed quite lot of new a arblaster places his loss Between and he had no William Gold occupied a Small House standing about eight feet distance from the West end of the House hold goods were saved by removing them to his fathers House on Washington Ford a Young Man living at Mcewen came near losing his while assisting in carrying the Hose he was struck by a falling smoke knocked badly bruised and nearly before he be re he was taken to the Home of and attended by he suffered a severe Bruise upon his head and bit his Tongue so badly that he he is unable to talk or otherwise he was reported much better thursday men Weie up All night watching and out fire that would continually 7 break out at different parts of the decision of president on the admirals j Miral Simpsons Tho now was seen at the o i Siht from All the Ether ships except tin four of these live ship captains have testified rat Thoy in Pard cd him As and income he signalled close serous proximity to but it would have urn More dangerous for them As Well As for this kind of danger must not be too nicely weighed by those whose Trade i it is i to dare greatly for the Honor of Tho i Vloet As soon As the Simpsons general plan followed in i but his signal was the n actual com Loop approves Mckinley to j seen by any Antrican was actually Urner at the Clee the torpedo Naling the of the not a single chives by and t it he Wainwright in More i f the Afi inn the danger was Coj mainly not As great As that in Tho selfsame menaced Wainwright fragile Craft As he Forward against the it in my As great As Tho danger to which the Texas was of posed by Rise turn actually it certainly caused both the Brooks and the Texas materially position compared to the ii oing j Spanish hut after the Loi i taken Admiral schlep i the action hoisted the two signals of j handled the Brooklyn manfully and Clear ship and close which 1 she and Oregon were j the stand thenceforth the head most of the m Iii ing the pm Hins no ships that were Tivel decision of president Roosevelt to the i of Admiral Schley is dated washing and said in part from the statements of the Cau gains from the it Lucial and from the Cea Timony before the court of the Light can be plotted with absolute certainty in its j simply carrying out important though there s ing orders of Admiral Sampson As to american the Iowa i conflict As to minor when i what should be done if the Schley carried out Simpsons i Admiral Schley at the outset f tiie four Spanish cruisers came out Harbor the new York had left her position it the blockading line 40 or 45 minutes she had hoisted the signal disregard movements of the come Sanderin slips attempted to break out of the until after the close of Tho first portion of the fight at the of tie and until after he had made his Loop and the Spanish ships were fleeing to the not an but had not hoisted the Sigi other american ship noticed a Sig Nal to the second in command o take As appears by the Sig Nal was but not Al used when the command was As soon As the engage ment began the new York turned and steamed hoisting a signal to close none of the Squadron she was in Plain and not very much farther from the easternmost blockading ships than the latter were from the which was the westernmost of the according to Simpsons As soon As the appeared the five Spanish ships big american blockade started toward them in accordance the standing orders of Admiral after this first Naf from the Western Pursuit had begun the the Oregon noticed repeated one of his signals of command the Captain of the Oregon then regarded him As in but did not in any Way execute any movement or any action of any kind whatsoever in accordance with any order from in the question As to which of the two Admiral Sampson or Admiral was at the time in is of merely nominal Char technically Sampson commanded the and As the Western the actual the important is that after the Battle was joined not a Helm was not a gun was each acted purely on is own j fire not of steam was put for some minutes the on in the engine room aboard any i to the order of either was at its then the schlep save 011 their own two ves Airai was nothing Prince visited the Prince Henry remained on the Bridge of the Steamer until the Mem Bers of the German embassy at Lon who came Down Here to Welcome went on he then received them in his the Kro Prinz Wilhelm sailed for Cherbourg at 3 Oclock yesterday of among her passengers Are Georgeand Allison sit Charles Spencer first Secretary of the american legation at and miss Catherine his a Ore ton sister of Cornwallis West Kron Prinz Wilhelm arrived in the Road Stead at last after a pleasant passage from the weather was splendid and there was no the Steamer stayed Here but a Short during which the band played selections from Vari Ous the Kro Prinz Wilhelm resumed her journey for new York at 9 Spanish and american vessels actively in obedience ily approached one and the Fig tins already damaged ships turned while at the time the westernmost american the which was near est tue Spanish to the making a Loop or three Quarter at the end of which she again headed Westward farther off from and partner behind the Span and seemingly the Texas did As much in hammering to a j standstill the Oquendo and j while the Indiana did All her eastward sit Ion and Chinery in crippled a the Chase of he Colon the Brooklyn and Oregon share the credit Between under such circumstances it seems to me that the recommendations president Mckinley were eminently and that so far As Sampson and Schley were concerned it would have been unjust for him to have made other personally i feel that in of Captain Clarks Long voyage in the Oregon and the condition in which he her to the scene of ser As Well As the Way in which he actually managed her before and Dur ing the it would have been Well to have Given him the same Advance ment that was Given Wainwrigh Sampson deserved More waiving it evident that writ was entitled to receive More than any of the other Comman and that it was just to Admiral he should ivc five a ii numbers him a Sampson greater ish vessels than before the Loop ha1 but still ahead of any of the american although farther the the next ship the either was or conceived herself to be put in jeopardy by the Brooklyn turn to1 Ward her that she backed her coming almost or quite to a stand still so that both the Oregon Tho which were originally to the eastward of passed and t was some time after she again tarted before she regained her for Ner position relatively to the Span so the Spanish vessels had straightened out in column for the the Colon going inside of the a night worse than an Sil sirm of fire at Nishit is the Brassy Conah of which pounds like childrens Eiith Knell and it Means death unless something is done Foley Honey and tar never fails 10 give Relief my quickly cures the worst form of p of writes my three year old Airl had a severe Case of group the doctor Hviid could not i got a of Foley Honey and the first dose Quick Relief Anil saved her be that your town has been con Lio idea of imposing a tax on answered Young lire thought it and we con the men Mig take the Money to thurs gradually forging head admirals it was captains neither in actual therefore the credit to which each of the two is entitled rests on Nuu ters apart from the claim of nominal command Over the Squadron for so far As the actual fight was concerned neither one nor the other in fact exercised any Sampson was hardly More than technically in the his real claim for credit rests upon his work As command Erin chief upon the excellence of the blockade upon the preparedness of upon the arrangement of the ships Headon in a semicircle around the Harbor and the standing orders in accordance with which they instantly moved to the attack of the spaniards when the latter appeared for All these things the credit is Admiral Schley is rightly entitled is Captain the of what did in the on the whole she did but agree with the unanimous finding of the in the that warranted unusual for As regards admirals Sampson an t that Ley and that there be no warrant for reversing his both Sampson and Admiral Schley Are now on the retired in concluding their report the members of the court of admirals Benham and unite in stating that they Recomb that further action be had inthe Yvita this recommendation i most heartily there is no excuse whatever from either Side for via further agitation of this unhappy to keep it alive merely do damage a the the who composed f without suffering much dam the two torpedo which Serwise excellent Bem lad followed out 01 the vere destroyed by the fire of the of the american big vessels ind of Tho which headed straight in for paying no More need to their quickfire guns than to the heavy artillery of the to Ivsich she was also Tho court of inquiry As to the it seriously marred the Brooklyn o the in fact the one grave mistake made by any american ship that had the Brooklyn turned to the the won mile is derived from the latin a a thousand paces of a in arching Soldier made the eld Indiana gradually dropped in the running fight which follow until the Oquindo and Viscaya were the Indiana gradually dropped although she continued to fire until the last of the three vessels went the Brooklyn was ahead of any of Tho other american vessels on a course outside she was nearly Broad Side on to the the Ore Iowa and Texas were All close together and actively engaged throughout this running the Brooklyn and followed at some distance by the then continued in Chase of the which went nearly 30 Miles farther before she also went during this Chase of the Colon there was practically no Are the facts As set Forth above in the statements of the Cap elsewhere in their official reports and they no room for doubt on any important the question of command is in this Case nominal and and ships were instead of in the contrary she would undoubtedly have been in More Dan Iii Kiiren Are Ulm Jim the Vitur Tori i flutes Cream Vernii h five utile of j the system and to sort i which creates san filth and i Irr ii print 15 j Cort Iiri dui bargains bargains bargains if Yon want the real Worth of Money to is syders 5 and 10 j to cent store any lignin dinner sets and glassware can be found at lamps sold at a just a new line of fancy Best Grade of Graniteware to be we have a Nice line of hand kerchiefs and come in and learn our remember the f so Snyders 6 by cent Andrews near we have just closed the most successful year in the history of our and we Are under Many obligations to the people of new Bethlehem and sur rounding country for the Liberal patronage Given it shows the people appreciate the fact that our stores Are Best and most up Iodate of any stores outside the it also proves that the people arc using a higher Nade of o o and the Day Tor cheap and shoddy Merchand ise has ii Ono the wonderful in crease in our sales encourages us to Nii Ilum o improve our facilities to furnish the Best merchandise at the lowest Price Fairmount store new Bethlehem 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