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New Bethlehem Vindicator (Newspaper) - January 16, 1903, New Bethlehem, PennsylvaniaA funeral procession run Down by a train at snowstorm hid victims peril of the which i e Osil not see lift approach los escape of the vehicle fatally others in the Central crashed into a Igli a Grade crossing a East of staf of the five of the Sleigh one received injuries that caused death in a few iwo were fatally and two were seriously in All were of the family of a second Sleigh which was follow ing close behind was overturned by being brought to a sudden Stop to escape running into Lynnr persons in the two slog Wen part funeral was raging at tily no one in t vehicle were of a storm husband quits Princess count Lonyay suddenly deserts the daughter of King Star risen of the couple Kciuk Etcil to the withdrawal of favor shown by the Auer inn he would abandon the franchise tax and impose president on Carnegie Roosevelt Speaks at dedication of Washington Public for a 1000ton Barge canal Honor soft he has applications for Over 800 most of which be Wen a severe and a itt which was a covered affair heard the approach ing the air was fail of line Snow and it was ii Sec Mori j than Yards up the rain Road part of the fun ii procession passed i rarely Over like Lief Ore was the crash and the a Xiv of the injured the Driver of the bul none too for he was furred to Stop so suddenly f that nil of the acct punts of Sleigh were buried into Iii ditch and severely the injured we removed to a neighbouring farm med ical Aid was summoned from Nineteen years was those mortality were Lemuel y old fractured in several spine no trained for her the others injured were Kate daughter of Cut Over right bruises and shocks miss Mary occupant of second broken nose Katherine Pris Ohla but More and Hiss Anna severe Skull Lena Pei enter death at the cur train Kunn several Stiles with Engineer deut in his Ounn incoming Knoxville and Ohio Railroad train Rode several Miles with the band of death at the the train left on Ami ran through the next scheduled when the train ran through the latter town fireman Mattlock Dis covered something was wrong and stepped to the engineers Side of the he found Engineer Young Ami immediately stopped the Tuvrie was a wound on the left Side of the engineers Ami the supposition is that a piece of Rock fell from the Side of a High Cut through the mountains and killed him instant the train Van perhaps eight Miles after Young was we on exclusion chinese paper quotes him Sajonc Tomb an of interviews Given to a chinese paper by we tinier former minister to tic United have been received or is quoted As say intr that the exclusion Laws against chinese Are car ried out in a Way never intended by the american the higher officials do not menu that they shall be so carried be but of the Law is left in the hands of customs who enforce it in a Way injurious both to America and to he declares the has been a lived in this City thai serious marital difficulties have resulted in the Deser Tion of the former Crown trimers Ste Phanie by her count the count is said to have left his wife at Mentone on january and has since Given no intimation As to Bis the Story was first printed in die but repeated i other Vienna it is difficult to ascertain the exact truth of the statement that the count de Lonyay bus actually left the there appears 10 be no that the count is seek ing either r separation or a the latter would be difficult to owing to the fact that both the count and countess Are Frimis of Tho count assert that in addition to difficulties in his financial affairs the count has found his Posi Tion in society As the husband of the former Crown Princess to be exceedingly uncomfortable am unpleasant because of the difference in to liar social upon several occasions when the countess was paying Imperial vis its her husband was compelled to wait in a Carriage frequent and serious disputes broke out Between the couple As Early As the first year after their the countess seemed unable to herself to the life of a simple countess after the years she had spent in pensive the to Settle Down quietly at in Bis wife insisted upon residing in Lon Don and living in exp Sivc Lur her 1 rouble arose when the count re fused to sell Bis hungarian to satisfy Bis wife As a widow lie former Crown Vrin Cess a Niord an in orc of a5d bad free residence t the pal Ace and the use carriages and serv it is believed that Ibe married in the belief Flint Imper a Francis Joseph and Kin Leopold to cot her would contribute handsomely to their in they were the emperor gave the countess de Lonyay a year while King Leopold stopped Iier former allowance of a the countess consequently tried to meet ail the expenses of her with less than on fifth of her former and found the task he used the influence of her archduchess who a favorite with the austrian to secure additional Money and to obtain permission to reside in one of the Imperial where she would be out of reach of her she was granted the use of the Palace at Svetez near hut this privilege expired upon Tho of her laughter to the Prince von Gratz on january it is thought that since the Mariao of Archil Likness Kliza hoi Ham Prince von has interfered to prevent his wife from continuing to act As intermediary Between her Mother and her the who Lias been remarkably Gene milk n the tile Ivein situation is believed to have resulted for non Ilie interference of Prince von Tho Crown Princess step Imine of widow of Tho Arch Duke and a Ilai Isiler of King Leopold of was married March fir ii to count de a Diplomat of Linch who is Ouw about years governor of Elm in the taxation Wains morn Iii act Sor the sew York commis truth quient of slav flood of spec jul so dilutes branches of Tho state legislature have con Senate was called to order by an governor an the Assem Bly by clerk As soon As organization was completed the governors annual message was received and the governor declares his opinion that the special franchise tax Law is As a substitute for and a lieu of All other taxation of corporations holding except upon he proposes an upon Gross earnings double i present suite Titis tax lie proposes to have paid i the state he holds the present nit Hod of Mort Gage taxation to be a Law for local not to expo to four a is the proceeds to be paid Over to the the governor suggests a new fax of ten cents in each notary and tin same for the recording of every of lie Esti mates i three taxes a net increase ii Revenue of he will relieve the of All necessity for direct except Liat Regii Ireri for canal the localities would gain an Imp card Rev Enue of he proposed tax in proposing o scheme of indirect Luxation tin error sub Luiis figures to show he cities do not Biar the Burden excess but Are relieved of a portion of the states expenditures levied Oil governor the if Iii ton Barge casual by the Inland route an enlargement of the Erie 1 of Liat no in the Library manufacturing said Andrew Carnegie at the dedication of the Washington Public Carnegie after the dedication said that he was so Well pleased with the new Library and the use made of his gift of and the provision for the support of the Library that he would donate another for the erection of Branch libraries on the same condition As the original that the City provide the Sites and arrange for the support of the i Carnegie said that he bad i chiefly within the last two 730 Library the month of july i7g applications were received by him from All parts of the English speaking when be arrived in new York last month from Europe lie found awaiting him applications for to Day be has of hand new Applina making in All under consideration now More than the great majority of he no 18 seized a sixteen carloads confiscated by 300 citizens of then Sang praises in Church Siueli in the town had is Cen suspended because of Tho Anthracite famine Bankers and preachers among the people Tho descended upon the Coal action of the raiders Nier tic i Carnegie said an Success in life i came without and he begged to be permitted to continue to j concentrate his mind on the Library j he said it was not a i he was merely helping people to help he paid a tribute Theodore who both As president and As an Loosevelt thanked Carnegie i for his lie said it was equally j far from the two prime vices of our i of an soft i Ness of the presi Dent said neither nor any j on else can make Wise or Multi All you can do s to give him a Chance to add to his own Wisdom of to Bis own the Only philanthropic work that Counis in the tried to kill Alfonso crazy Man fired As the King was returning from shot was aimed it the Royal but to Ono yeas Hurt ant Fot an fuel famine Here has been an Illinois Coal i be who consisting of sixteen bound for stopped Here and was confiscated by a party of 300 the Railroad company notified that the Coa would not be allowed to be moved out of and pay was offered to the local he Tele graphed the facts to Headquarters and the officials refused to then the Coal was Active in the party were the pastors of the presbyterian and the free methodist the presidents of both and one the train Scon was surrounded by hundreds of wagons waiting to the Coal was distributed in ton lots to the most each Load was and a strict account kept in expectation of making a satisfactory i settlement with Tho the Coal is warming the Homes of the the poor and the Middle the people seem to care but Little what action the Railroad will take in the the general prevails that there will be no attempt to bring who weighed the added i kept a strict account of All that passed Over our i have written the company for an in voice of the cars and stand ready to make settlement for any except that which the More desperate in their eagerness failed to have the people who composed the mob Wint to Church on the following Day and Sang hymn of the old god helps those who help attempt to assassinate King Alfonso was made when a Man tired a revolver at the second Carriage of the Royal the Bullet missed its Mark and no one was the civil guard immediately overpowered the Kings Wouri ave the name of wholesale prices quoted in new York the milk Exchange Price for Standard Quality is per firsts 29 o 6 26 22 the second Carriage of the procession was occupied by the Duke of the grand and not by the King Feito was his bearing confirmed previous reports that he is suffering from a careful official inquiry has shown that Feito is not connected King Alfonso has received a Host of congratulations upon his when Feito fired at the the Duke of Sotomayor the Queen Mother and the Infanta were very much the King was very and inquired if any had been after being informed to the contrary he chaired with the civil who walked alongside the Royal giving his majesty the details of the upon arriving at the Palace Tho King immediately repaired to a Balcony to watch the excited the in the was so up set that physicians had to be called to attend the pistol used by Fei Towas an old double barrelled Feito was confined for nearly one year in a Luna tic Asylum in Buenos a lie re turned to Spain last since then 3 14 if 11 7 33 33 state extra imitation part Good to prime part state and an 2 2 75 35 2 35 Fri 2 37 bed 3 of White kidney 10p2 2 70 it 2 yellow 2 70 s 2 3 00 3 3 05 Arriage of Green 1 70 1 2 fruits and per 3 00 birr 50 is 2 25 Hen Avii 1 50 c 2 25 1 50 3 50 1 30 c nor bbl 6 00 212 00 00 00 per r 10 pc 10 per 12 per per per Eicr per a based 13 11 70 i 25 5 5 it 12 14 11 13 10 15 1 00 run is the work hut helps a to a lev Izill l i up the men who will sub Mit or to be carried int i ii application of the exclusion Law to a Chr Hind the Philippines to he ridiculous As the circumstances there arc entirely different from Liose prevailing in the United woman heir to Henrlne wipers wife has interest in test estate left by Frank be of an engine employed by the Southern Pacific has just received information confirming her right to a one fifth interest in an estate this vast Fortune was left by Grandes who resided in where her estates Are to the will bequeathing the for tone was made some time before her grandmothers death and sent to lie Grandes who kept the documents until Long after her mothers the european m an Effort to locate the found be grades Mother and discovered the for War slips bids for two armoured the Tennessee and tue to be the fastest ships in the United states were opened at the nary de in woman postmaster current it i fave keen pc moved Vor in Case of Mattie Boyd postmaster a who lost both logs by 1 Railroad Accident in her and whose coupled with efforts of several influential Kentucky politicians to remove her from Attr noted much attention two years has been finally settled by the acceptance of her resignation and the commissioning of Montgom Ery As her Montgomery was appointed postmas Ter by president Mek Ninoy on March but sympathy for the Al Lieton incumbent was largely responsible for his failure to receive his the outgoing postmaster has held office Twenty about n year ago the Fostof acc department Learned that Tho then miss Boyd had married James n mail Carrier of who was about thirty years her Tho marriage was not although Post masters Are required on marriage to take a new oath of Early this month an inspectors re port was received recommending currents but her resignation antedated this report Prebi Montial appointment president Roosevelt appointment of a negro to be collector of the port of has been vigorously criticised by Southern Arapahoe indians Tho Arapahoe indians in Wyoming Are their rations treaty with the government having Tobor Colosia is Albert of the French Academy of has that present methods of fighting tube in loss Are that the disease is practically and the Only thing to Flo is to prevent Man borrow German budget for 1903 Estl the expenditure at to above that of required the Revenue and the expend hanged her two Mother pills her to death Anil then Samuel roller hanged her two aged three Anc five and ended her own life in the same the boys were fount hanging Side by Side in a Doon Vay while her body was suspended Froid each beam in the she left a note for an who has been employed by Hor recently it divorce telling of her in to Lake her Lii and kill h and saying that he was in to the act by the gossips of this referred to a Story Iha 6he bad married a Coxey any in in pursuance of a plan for Over thousand unemployed by a f mounted and unmounted police marched through there a no disorder of any tic crop reviews the review at by the of lord Curzon of ked of British and Nativ led by lord Iva the important event the Coro nation accepts Liu the cheaper rout lie As not his a proposition by install Iii electric Power plants with a level the canal May be made pay for it to meet Iii debt to be incurred by canal improvement the governor Lias in mind a future dividend tax on the capital Stork of Cor such a he would j reduce about a there Are some j r Eha Nires in the new York City the mayors Power and re to nobility should be inor he governor lie curbing he Power of the Ropos Frd to give ii head of i i in pertinent and also Tinh Vad of tin ire the of for Ancoin Peley with out Evision by the from the exp Rienets in Rettit tries the governor Artru sent for a Law to make nip Ulory and to enforce welfare i Iso asks for the prot lers of tie militia f trades a new police for is and sets of the Dinar Tenient i the governor adds that an in the a Umili of excise Dean is May in the Laws to prohibit labor is the message Ilso takes up the subjects of making to primary election Laws More effect of prevention evasion of the civil service Laws and of continuing the Vork commenced in behalf of Good roads and the Forest there is too much the governor he asks for fewer More general and for some competent authority to review he measures in respect to general form and Validity before they arc a Large portion of the message is de voted to governor dolls institutional policy which was put in effect Par rally by the the governor thinks the results have Vin located Bis the new lunacy he hns resulted in less delay on necessary repairs and Tho Cost to the state of new buildings has been Cut to per and annually has been saved in it is proposed that one of the three reformatories for girls and women be vacated and the building be converted into a new Hospital for the the governor gives testimony to account for a decrease in the percentage of cures of insane patients on other grounds than inefficient chief sporting records for following is a list of the chief sport ing events of 1902 april a Tirschel won grand american at Kansas with straight score of May won Brooklyn Handi at May won intercollegiate track championship Arthur Duffy broke worlds record for 100yard winning in 0 35 Gribbins Ard Patrick won English june 12 major Daingerfield won Brooklyn at heels won at Sheepshead june beat varsity at new in june won All three races at the fours in the freshmen eights in and the varsity eights in Anyeth won american at july Golf championship at Chicago James beat Byers 4 up 2 to play August Lavri Tenuis team won Davis Challenge cup do Brothers English heat Davis and word three sets la october 31 Cresceus trotted two Miles j Worth i the Library Bizil Diimig is n Bonus Ifill or late in Noble Structure occupying the Centre of mount Vivann in tin1 very heart of for its Carnegie gave and As an Anniti enral ornament to the capital it is quite equal to Tho government a Lirong of persons attended the dedication Coachman kills a suicide aftenrnr1 in a House in Ivro unt mount Marion a Golden haired baby the Foury Earold daughter of Ami residents of the Corcoran Manor so noun of was Mur dered the Home of her parents by a who had been in the employ 3f Albert Tho Mur after he had almost severed Trio Childs went into another room shot himself in tile the p turd crr and the child were e the neighbors and police entered of Mem to but Teiei soon f the j 10 testimony at the Cor ners ii coach non had been very fond of Tiv King Hail been forcing his attentions on Lizzie who and been employed for several years by Fin Lay As a nurse for there he was discharged about four months Frederick Sutherland Rak ing Bis King continued to visit the and they bad several Quad lie had proposed marriage to her several and she had positively refused it is believed that he went into the House to kill the but not finding her took Bis revenge by stilling be whom he found asleep in a and then shot himself finial is one of the managers in a department store in new York and be received there the news of the death of his but the details were not related to him until after he returned Here on the 11 Oclock business has been practically sus Pended for a week on account of the Coal and there has been much suffering among the there was loud talk of hanging a Coal train and confiscating the then it was Learned that an Illinois Central engine had been disabled and was Laid up for j repairs in this and that in the train were sixteen cars of a crowd of several Hundred persons gathered about the Wood proprietor of the electric Light offered to buy the Coal on be half of the but this was re soon the More eager had climbed on the cars and were loading Ali or Farmers bringing loads of Corn to town were besieged with requests to Baul Many agreed to do so oth ers find their wagons were seized and at 10 Oclock several Hundred wagons were in waiting for their turn near the colonel president of the first a Honal acted of Irshal of the Day and endeavoured to keep Rico wagons in Covione eggs a Mem Ber of Tho late governor Thomas of the Saie Bank the Howard the poli Ronian Wal Ter and Many citizens were prominent in the the local dealers had been unable to get Coal for Tho last and fully on half of Tho residents wore out of Titis condition made the citizens and men of All classes were glad to themselves of this Opportunity and aided in the constructive try fowls Ier lie has lived chiefly in vainly j per la seeking often changing i up Liis abode and always attracting Noj lice by his reticent and lie pc steroid people in High positions j for Protection and wrote to this end even to King Alfonso and Oiher Sov Ile was several employed As a servant i aristocratic but was always dismissed As Feito alleges that the Argen Tine government robbed hundreds of thousands of pounds and imprisoned him when lie instituted suit to recover the want governor Taft to nor 10 w in 70 tier 3fi per Coniti Iau to 3 d paid ii 53 Ciao inc common to 22 Hay nor 100 per Rita 101 Clover per 1011 Long 19 13 24 17 37 27 25 30 20 21 1 no per sack Long per bbl2 00 per Ivik per per per per i Oran Jan a per per seven killed in rain Strock by a 1asrenjrer train soar a result of a Colli Sion Between a passenger train and a freight train on the Monongahela Divi Sion of Pennsylvania Railroad it Cochrane just above seven men Are one is dying and others Are the passenger train was the West Elizabeth which left Pittsburg at it was on time according to the signals had a Clear at the siding at it ran into the rear car of an extra freight train which had taken the but failed to Clear the main the officials of the Railroad attribute the disaster to the failure of Patrick the rear brakeman of the freight to his train had fully Quinn hns the caboose of the freight train Over lapped the main track us anciently to Caich the tender of the passenger in which was forced Back upon the and smoking Tho thirteen passengers were jammed against the Roar end of the fire from the stove in the smoking car to the Ami the imprisoned victims were badly James Stewart and four for Eigners were the passengers who were the baggage master and a by Armau also tits is the chars re Chicago officials Lundie a Alnut Coal two Hundred thousand persons in Chicago Are suffering from ailments directly due to cold and expos ure resulting from Tho Coal according to the weekly bulletin of the health serious results Are already seen in a heavy increase in the death rate and the health depart ment brands the men responsible for the situation As guilty of constructive the death rate for the week for Chil Dren under live years of age was per greater than in the corresponding week of last and among persons Over sixty years of age it was per popular demand Liat continue his a orc in tie general regret of the filipino people at the possible depart ure of governor Taft resulted in a pop ular demonstration for tue purpose of urging the governor to remain in the the streets of Manila wer j per Bunches with signs in and per we want governor a crowd of men marched to the governors at the Palace speeches were made by representatives of the Liberal and nationalist Par tics in which tie governor was urged per to j per the speakers said tarts pros per circe was to 11 re serve i prevent no Lirtha a fruition and to insure the maintenance of the or Yeni i the speakers paid personal i tributes to the the crowd cheering its in implying to the addresses governor Taft it would not be decided whether Liu should leave tin wands or remain until next he assured the people if lie did leave the present policy of the american government would suffer no it being not a question of of National after the speeches the thousands of natives who tilled the grounds of the Palace broke into cheers for the gov Skverys Kim Oval sustained by the court of appeals it handed Down at Birru ing the constitutionality of the police Kong animation Law of which legislated out of of iliac the bipartisan police commission of new York and then chief of to rho court affirmed Tho judgment of the court below in tile Netlon of Devery to secure reinstatement As chief of police of new York the decision of the court confirms the removal of Derry from thai of Coal kit in Coa train on the Boston and Albany tracks was raided by women and and a Quantity of variously estimated at from five to ten were stolen from the the Force of train hands was unable to Cope with the and the looting of the train was stopped Only by the appearance of the one Man was arrested and he was charged with larceny of two bags of former governor Hastings former governor Daniel Hartman of died in of follow ing an attack of aged fifty four he practice Law from till and made a Fortune through Bis connection with Coal mines and he adjutant general of Pennsylvania from 1ss7 till Ami bad charge of the Relief measures after the join town to governor of the state from 1805 till Globson Acain denied Captain Richard Pearson Hobson was again turned Down for retirement by the committee on i vol affairs of the House of at Wash the vote was live to Captain hns declared that his eyes Are but a retiring Board and the naval committee have twice decided would Call out Arkansas major owners services of Cav Alry to India Iola Little following let Ter was received at the executive office governor Jefferson Davis dear to your i tender my services with cavalry to the Pood people of Indiano for their Protection against negro i to commanding first Squadron major House is fifty five years and when but sixteen years of age volunteered in the Confederate he was an Active member of the Eagle rangers during the term of of iliac of governor James it being a troop of pc per string per nor per per per per per runs and Nettei Fox dark me bark striped Small 1 00 1 50 1 00 1 00 3 00 1 50 1 25 1 00 10 1 0 2 00 1 of 1 00 1 on 7 in a on 2 on 5 on 3 in rrr2 on an 2 25 n 3 75 Fri s3 i 75 o 50 o 1 50 Fil 3 00 7 10 s 2 25 a 115 a i 75 3 1 00 of 2 of to of it s 00 h All 23 75 40 1 25 1 25 75 i on 2 of i no in 3 s 00 7a in si5 in i 1 50 Fri 1 50 fit 15 n 15 4 tier la a 30 Maple per 10 Maple per 75 1 00 per 13 c3 16 per 7 a Kain fio Spring Riata its 4 to 1 8 3 90 4 33 n so i 79 2 2 o 41 5 59 state 5r is 57 City City 11 City 11 n 14 country dressed per Ion 3 00 4 50 per 100 70 2 6 25 per 100 5 65 s 75 country per prow inc crop for a Gorman Minuter in the German foreign office budget Storde for a min ister resident at democratic governor Rhode islands chief executive indict eco into his office the chamber of the House of govern or of the first Democrat to be elected governor in Rhode Island in ten and the new state government took the oath of there was much interest in the organization of the House of representatives owing to the fact that the re publicans had a majority of Only two on the ballot for speaker three democrats voted for Joseph of the Republican can was elected by a majority of i it Over his democratic former mayor of Paw Leader to James of will retire us minority loader of the House of at Wash after this to devote More Thrift a Bis office As head of the scottish rite masons of the Southern the Light to succeed him will be Between Champ of mis an John Sharp of Turkey buys the turkish government has or dered Manser the Ohio Valley states wheat Well protected by weather bureaus monthly summary of crop conditions is As follows in the principal Winter wheat states the month averaged cold with More than the usual amount of prec pita the temperature not unfavourable to win Ter wheat until the last when the states of the Tipper Mississippi und Missouri valleys experienced tempera Tures ranging from Zero to to Welty i Rbt degrees during this period the Ohio Valley slates were generally Well protected with Snow but in the Central Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys the crop was Only slight seems to have re and at the close of the month the crop appears to be very complaints of injury by Fly Are not extensive and arc largely confined to the Ohio in two Hundred thousand tons of bread stuffs must be imported from wheat producing centres to Australia during Tho coming season to meet Harvest de the wheat crop in new South Wales will not reach fifty per cent of the Quantity reaped last and Victoria will require imports of bushels to Supply her oppose the Harvester wholesale hardware men la South Are being organized to flight the Harvester Toast
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