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New Bethlehem Vindicator (Newspaper) - January 31, 1902, New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Bethlehem Independent in established in if paid in new january six were explosion in rapid transit Tunnel in new much property ruined or Murray Hill hotel abandoned and May unsafe for further occur Hospital also new Reserve a Supply of High explosives stored at the Park Avenue Shaft of the rapid transit now in course of con blew up shortly after noon the giant blast killed eight injured a Hundred oth ers and seriously damaged All the property reached by the flying debris and the vibration of the the irregular Square formed by the Murray Hill hotel on the the Manhattan Eye and ear Hospital and the grand Union hotel on the East and the grand Central Railroad Sta Tion on the North the scene of the the buildings named sustained the greatest but the area affected extended Sev eral blocks in the four directions from the the Cyrus Cigar Man at the Mur Ray Hill James 32 a waiter employed at the Murray Hill Lawrence 20 years an Roderick of a guest at the Murray Hill to Ralph assistant Engineer All outside reports seem to agree As v ohis but his body is Jot reported by the police or by the Thomas master Mechanic Tor contractor Ira the list of injured is an exceedingly Long but most of those in it have Only cuts caused by flying More seriously Hurt and those from places other than new York City Are the miss Mur Ray Hill face and head r Mur Ray Hill face and head Cut William Murray Hill face Ami Walter Murray Hill concussion of Vin cents James tace and hands face and neck face and hands Cut George Charles York shoulder dislocated and Many Murray Hill face and head Edward 719 South third Cut about and face Cut new York severe Scalp Benjamin Manhattan face and hands the father new eng face and arms Scott face and head Jefferson Shock and slight cuts on John new York Scalp concussion of brain and internal k Roderick of was killed by debris hurled into his at the Murray Hill he was general manager in Canada for the British Columbia Gold Fields and a prominent citizen in the Community where he he was a Scotchman and left a widow and four he was said to have been quite great Over eighty per cent of towns pop t elation will be Church is in the midst of one of the greatest revivals known in and that without the Aid of regular four churches Are engaged in this the Episco pal and United of the has been holding meetings since the holi Days almost these Are be ing supplemented by cottage prayer meetings at Homes and meetings in the Small towns in this the accessions have Exeen at the a Mcurch the of the nightly meetings have been added Many and the same is tire of the it is stated shirt the meetings before they close will add several Hundred the it is Esti will give a membership of 80 Zient to the towns Popula denied did Greely and talk in the debate brought about by the philippine senators criticise army officers for com me Twig on an hour yesterday the Senate had under Dis Cussion whether a censorship of press dispatches exists in while no such turbulent scenes As tuesdays were the debate for a time was very the Secretary of Wra was quoted As saying that no press censorship now existed in the and a letter from general chief signal officer of the was presented by Bever of making the state ment officially that there was no censorship Oil press dispatches land that the press is entirely it was contended by the opposition that a press censorship did exist in the Phil and that copies of every news filed with the Cable company was filed with the military it was constituted a virtual chairman of the com Mittee on foreign delivered an extended and carefully prepared speech on the history of the reciprocity House adjourned after being in session 25 of reported the permanent Cen sus Bill and gave notice that he would Call it up a request to make the Ole Margarine Bill a special order for next monday was objected to on the democratic some doings of on in the Mason tried to secure fifty ninth Street and Park of a joint offered by him behalf of Schley and officers and men under his at the Santiago it was referred to the naval in the consideration of the urgent deficiency Bill was a Bill increasing the pay of Rural free delivery mail carriers from to per annul the president signed the Bill pro tiding for the free transportation of All mail matter sent by Ida widow of the late Presl on Friday the House passed the urgent deficiency appropriation Cannon demanded a separate Rote upon the amendment to the Bill to appropriate for the Protection and shelter of the officers and enlisted men of the army serving in the the vote upon the Cannon amendment was 17s to the republicans voted solidly for amendment and the democrats against with the exception of the treaty Between Denmark and the United states for the Transfer of the danish West indies to this coun try was signed by Secretary Hay and minister from it will require action not Only by the Senate and the danish but by the United states House of rep of and of South the race prob involving the Lynching of be was interjected into the con and much feeling was manifested by both in the course of the colloquy Spooner declared that if the same Rule were to be applied to the coloured people in the Philippines As Tillman referred to in the then god help the coloured Man in the god help him in the Philippines shouted the South Carolina sen you have Al ready butchered in three years three miss Stone and other captives reported a correspondent at Sofia heard they were released on on turkish Sofia Cor respondent of the wiring under Date of says it is re ported that miss Stone and Madame Zsilka were liberated this morning on i times As Many As the spaniards did in three it is one retorted i to kill men with arms in i in their hands against the government j and against the it is another i to Burn turkish a child was born to Madame Zsilka goodspeed to accept Call to favorite Early very constipation Means degrees generally disordered dewitts Little Early risers stimulate the open the bowels and relieve speedy and Frank for seven years pastor of the first congregational j they never Church of this sunday resigned by by the pastorate to accept a Call to the Calvary presbyterian Church of Cleyer Prince to review new York German societies to Hava a torchlight new representatives of the various German societies of new York City met to further consider plans for the reception of Prince it was decided that there should be a torchlight procession on the evening of the same even ing on which the newspaper men of the country will meet the Prince at it was announced that von Wolleben had Given his Sanction to the it is estimated that More than 000 marchers will be in and Prince Henry will review the Parade from the building of the Arion Strother confessed he killed millionaire Stroth the negro attendant at the Vista turkish Bath House at grand and Franklin saturday to the murder on wednesday in the Bath of Alexander Dean the German press suspect Norman and Cranborne of trying to arouse hostile senti ment in German press throughout shows irritation Over the alleged British attempts to throw suspicion on the policy entertained co wards the United states by Germany before the outbreak of the Spanish american nearly All the Ger Man newspapers regard these alleged attempts in the same Light As does the Deutsche tages dwell rear Admiral Kimberly never evaded duty during naval career of fifty five his the Navy department was informed of the death heart disease of rear Admiral Lewis Kimberly retired at West rear Admiral Kimberly was one of the officers first appointed on the Schley court of inquiry last was to de Cline the duty of account of his his reluctance to evade any duty was shown by his pathetic state ment to the Secretary of the Navy that this was the first duty to which he had been assigned that had failed to his whole naval career of 55 his place Oil the court was taken by rear Admiral who afterwards removed because of objections made by Admiral Schley coun a Rovison succeeded on court by Admiral at sij5 m in life Anil the easily Kwh tort with ask in the Pill Sand did k i find my set on there was debate Over the right of army officers to criticise utterances made in the Senate or elsewhere on the con duct of affairs in the Little of importance occurred in the House adjourned until Lodge rushed Teller acrimony in Senate debates is not but old senators say it has been years since there has been such a Hurricane of bitter vituperation of personal of ugly charges and of unmodified criticism Ras was witnessed not since the discussion of the resolutions leading up to the Hispan american War have any scenes occurred in the Senate comparable with even the debate lacked the personal bitterness manifested at times yes irritation was aroused on both sides of the chamber and once or twice personal encounters Between senators seemed once when senator Teller taunted the re publican senators by declaring they knew the statements made in a recent dispatch from in which Gene eral Wheaton was reported As criticising the opponents of Tho govern Meius policy in the were a half dozen republicans were Oft their feet in an instant senator at whom the taunt seemed to be aimed hurriedly crossed from his seat in the Center of the Republican Side to the main aisle of the White to the passionately challenged the statement of the Colorado and demanded that he withdraw senator Teller so modified the state ment that further hostilities at that time were one of he Sac pest Coll quies of the session was Between senators ing upon the motives which actuated the interpellation of Henry Nortelus Man in tiie British House of that paper says in the London reports cabled to new York it is alleged that Germany was the instigator of a plan to bring intervention by the european Powers against the United this is a direct blow in the face of but what of it it pop on the verge of Prince henrys create ill feelings in the United in which Case the object underlying normans interpellation and the answer thereto of lord Cran As Well As that of the inventions sent abroad by English news paper would be to class of people living have looked More in vain for than those who Are everlastingly at the mercy of highly sensitive the columns of the papers Are almost daily referring to some one who has chases nerve pills the key to quiet the its the Only Medicine that can produce Home testimony because it is the Only preparation thai will overcome this of 0 North says Jot into a condition that i had no nerves at everything excited and upset sleep was out of the me and i was to take chases serve and the result was withstand Merit and my sleep restful and tin Jeneral and very much in this splendid result justifies 1111 in saving the Medicine is an Union Noii i Iii chases nerve pills Are sold at 50ca i xxv at dealers or Chase Medicine that portrait ind signature of a Are on every Sale at corbetts drug be for Stop look listen do you want to buy where you can imy the is go to Snyders 5 and 10 cent 100 window table Oil piece decorated dinner Loc Loc to Plain White to be sold As you want it three decorated Stock patterns to select we have lie most agreeable clerks in town i come Snyders Andrews near 10 cent is Sass surmount store 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 the Best and up Iodate of any stores outside the also proves that the Are using a higher Grade of and the Day for cheap and shoddy Mer Liand s ise has gone the wonderful in crease in our sales encourages us to further improve our facilities f to furnish the Best merchandise at the lowest Price Fairmount store s new Bethlehem Fairmount

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