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New Bethlehem Vindicator (Newspaper) - January 17, 1902, New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Al Dicato Independent in established in if paid in xxi1l new january to Honok memorial services Resolution passed Hoar Speke in Senate on hit Reso Lution advocating american administration in the Philippines some news of the House of representatives spent most of yesterday in general discussion of the pension appropriation the first of the annual the debate took a wide of and of denounced re port presented to the last criticising course of themselves and of Congress on the Veteran prefer ence Bill which was Defeated at the last they explained that their opposition to the Bill was due to the incorporation in the Bill of a clause which had not been endorsed toy the placing veterans of the Spanish War in the preferential caused something of a stir on the democratic Side by advancing a proposition to open the doors of National soldiers to and to fur Nish Federal Aid to state Confederate of was the Only Democrat who joined Rixey in support of it for new Cabinet in the sen ate of called up the b ill providing for tie establishment of a department of com he explained the necessity he existed for the pass age of such a and was plied with questions by several senators said that sufficient time had not been allowed for looking into tha merits of the Teller criticised that feature relating to the Transfer Oij the Geo logical while Hale said that the Bill provided for a depart Anent which ultimately wind be one of the largest in the government Tho Bill finally went subject to Cal by the Senate was executive ses Sion for an hour and a for the firs time this session the philippine ones Tion was touched upon in the Senate interest taken that u will occupy the attention of the up per Branch of Congress for some time when the Tariff Bill a the Philippines were the subject of a address by of Massachi who spoke on his Resolution introduced providing for the appointment of a Senate committee to investigate the administration of those Hoar spoke at some length regarding the unreliability of statements which been made from time to regarding the situation in Philippines and the causes which led to the he urged that there should be a place where any senator in his offi Cial capacity could go and ask for two witnesses to prove the Correct Ness or incorrectness of any question non which Light is hours said he regarded the Resolution As a reflection on the philippine com of which he was and the necessity for the latter would cease were this Resolution to a his he was perfectly Able to handle any investigation which might be conduct Carmack agreed with the discussion was leading rap idly to an opening up of the whole philippine when it was agreed that the Resolution would go Over until of made a speech in favor of reciprocity with and discussed the protective policy the House continued the debate on the pension appropriation Bill and devoted much time to the proposition advanced by of to open the doors of the soldiers Homes to the Exco federate two notable speeches were made in port of the proposition one by a Michigan and the other by a Missouri Democrat Dearmonds eloquence aroused both sides of the the re pub with the exception of took no part in the discus Sion of the Rixey which met much opposition on the democratic Side on the ground that it was utter ably of read a num special committee on the Mckinley memorial exercises providing for an address by Secretary of state John Hay in the Hall of february was among other proceedings the pen Sion Bill passed in the spirited discussion was precipitated in Tho Senate by remarks submitted by of in respect to Bills relating to the formation of a naval which he he too Strong grounds against the organization of a naval his comment being construed by some of the senators into a reflection upon Volunteer soldiers and land half a dozen senators were on their feet in an instant to defend the volunteers and the National guard of the various and the debate took so wide a Range that senators went Back to their remarks to the Days of the revolutionary War to seek illustrations for their while no action was possible at this it is Likely the discussion upon the should they be report will be very no business of special business was the time of the Senate being consumed by matters of Welcome to the Tunnel awful collision May arouse managers to he will be invited to come nations be officers will be detailed to accompany him and Salute fired on York people Proba Bly entertain him the an that Prince Henry of brother of emperor will be met at new York by representatives of president an officer will be detailed from the army and Range for one from the Navy to a the convenience of the and to accompany he la an Admiral in the German and when he arrives at new be greeted by a Salute of 21 is the same As a presidential he May make an address at the launching of the Imperial which is to be christened by miss and it is not improbable that president Roosevelt May attend the launching and princes respond to the on his arrival in Washington Prince Henry will be received by the presi and will be invited to become the guest of the whether he Depew and other Central people will try to solve in third new Chauncey Depew will not go to Washington today As but will stay Over until tomorrow to have a conference with president Newman William Mckay Twombley and other managers and directors it the new York centra1 regarding the Accident m the Tunnel last especially to discuss the electrical another improvements for that underground if electricity is to solve the Tun Nel the senator seems inclined to pin his Faith to a peed fun we All said the senator last that with the use of electricity the chances of accidents would be reduced a but we All have read of the recent Accident in the Liverpool then there was something wrong with the thin rail in an instant the train was on fire and 26 were killed tha shows what May happen with a third i am going to the Central offices to Morrow feeling that if i could solve his Tunnel had ability As an or in other i would give up everything even the United states and devote myself to it and i May add that is the spirit of the centrals managers and directors in taking hold of this question new White Plains local of the new York Central ran into a South Norwalk local of the new new Haven Hartford which was standing in and it the Southern Entrance to the new York Central Railroad under Park fifteen persons were killed and Many two of whom have since Engineer Wischo and fireman Christopher Flynn were a signalman also was detained for a but was new chairman of the committee appointed by the mass meeting held at new Rochelle to consider the new York Central Tunnel report in that the committee had resolved that the Park Avenue Tun Nel As it now is a unhealthful and unsafe a nuisance which can be abated and must be abated that the moral responsibility for that dreadful carnage and destruction rests upon the Railroad Man agers because of indifference and false and that the commit tee Calls upon the the Railroad the Board of health and the legislature to take immediate action to Abate the Nul panes and remove the in 10 Mac velt menage from the i am most gratified by your kind permission for miss Roosevelt per forming the christening ceremony of my yacht it gives me great pleas ure to announce to you that i have ordered my yacht Hohenzollern to Pross Over and be present at the Cere my Admiral Prince Henry of will appear As my and will be Able to express to you once More my sincere feelings and Friendship for the United states and their industrious the reply of president Roosevelt replied As Fol in German your majesty to Send Over your yacht Hohenzollern to at tend the christening by my daughter of your new yacht is the source of great pleasure and satisfaction to i can assure you a Hearty Welcome for your Admiral Prince to whom i shall personally express my sincere feelings of esteem for your As Well As my Best wishes for the welfare of the German Theodore Prince Henry will sail Early in february on one of the North German Lloyd he will be attended by several officers of High names have not yet been the Date of the launching of the emperors it is has been fixed for february the length of Prince henrys stay la the United states is undetermined and will depend in part upon the wishes of president Roosevelt and the programme for his entertainment of telegrams from prominent sex confederates of protest ing against it for Mckinley memorial the House passed the pension approx on which has been under Lua Gion for three and then lined until revolution prepared by the v blab Admiral Binck will care to accept this invitation or to stay Ait the German embassy a not his Call upon the pres ident will be returned in person bar who will Lavite him to a where there will also by the most prominent men of the coun everything will be done to make Prince henrys visit a pleasant and memorable new this week the plans will be considered for the reception of Admiral Prince Henry of brother of Kaiser who will land Here next month to witness the launching of the kaisers new the Prospect now is that from the arrival of the Prince in new York Waters will Date a series of Public feta and kindly greetings of International a Dob Here is an australian dog Story from the Back blocks a sheep dog had been brought from a station into a Small township and fretted after the one Day not a child was to be seen about the and As evening the township became search was and the juveniles were found huddled up in the Corner of a where the dog had rounded them he bad no sheep to look aft to he took the the Nar Rator of this lie guarantees it As a fact it both you Are an ungrateful child if it haunt been for 1 could have gone to the mothers if t haunt been for you have because you Bavei been a Plain Deal Prince Henry is to will represent emperor at launch ing of Between him and Wil Liams yacht Hohenzollern will go to new York to participate in the launch ing of his majesty new Prince Henry of Prussia will also be present at the As representative of emperor in connection with the proposed trip of the Hohenzollern to new emperor William Teles rred As Foi dead from another victim died and another very new death list caused by the new York Central Tun Nel Accident was yesterday swelled to seventeen Winfield who had submitted to the amputation of one of his died at Flower he lived at new Richard another new Rochelle who is at the game hos is reported to be in a precario Ous the other patients progressing Fairmount store wholesale and clothing largest line in the entirely new suits to hundreds of samples to select gents furnishing All the new fall shapes of the Oest hat ladies tailor made rain Day silk shirt the new fall and Winter styles coming oct Dine How Many people Dine alone the restaurants All number solitary among their regular How Many thousands of men or to will eat a Lone dinner or sapper tonight in the cities and towns and hamlets of Christendom the evil eating alone is the subject of an ear nest although cheerful warning from the London the hygienic value of gregarious dining is insisted up the necessity of taking food in social fashion is an inherent racial sort of and those who go against it for years usually have to pay for it with some of the ills of breakfasting alone is not bad for a Busy but dining alone is not a habit to be Long in civilization or out of without disastrous English women Are not supposed to read the Dally Tioy take to the and that is Why Lon Don has a great number of that class of a High in the sixteenth Century it was Cus Tomary in Germany to get up at 5 Dine at sup at 5 and go to bed at Stop look do you want to buy where you can buy the cheap est then go to Snyders 5 and 10 cent window table Oil 100 piece decorated dinner Loc 15c to Plain White Queens Are to be sold As you want it three decorated Stock patterns to select come we have the most agreeable clerks in in cent Snyders Andrews near our sales have been ahead of and it has been Al most impossible to get goods from the but have Assurance our orders will be filled promptly in the we carry a full line parlor chamber Book cup All kinds of brass and Iron Pil Good Luck stoves and Good Luck Gas Good Luck steel heating House furnishing Standard sewing the rotary popular nails by the wire All Brussels and mat Wall a largest Stock in town to select All the Best goods und Lime and Dement by the barrel pure molasses direct from the plan pure Maple Pillsbury Best Cream Best in the see that our Nama is on every top oof a Complete line of William Richardson every pair no better sold in new meat Western and native Lamb and Niagara fresh and Salt firs class in every new Bethlehem fair Moniti

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