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New Bethlehem Vindicator (Newspaper) - May 22, 1903, New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Bethlehem Independent in established in if paid in new May hex 15 Thi Monroe by miss Josephine diplomats Roll the Forie irn sentiment Monroe the most the of Money or even that it i t toward the Monroe doctrine is at the j Cipolle s to say they have no Inte take in upholding it Astle Merij j present time very before Tiou of Controvert ing and they May can people Are so Universal la in of j Germany entered into the Alliance with i change their minds at any Anil probability is that tie 1iiitucl t England the con1iu Europe the United states is lusted eyed to the president the Assurance of to one loves his More the German Emex juror liar his govern the declaration t Ine Thad no intention of making even tue United states that it will not Imit after the final defeat of three of the Powers that had been arrayed against him formed was termed tie holy its purpose being to restore absolute monarchical Power in Europe Aud european the Alliance encouraged Spain to subjugate her revolted South american colonies to establish our gov eminent was afraid that the holy Alli Ance would restore All of Softli Raineri Ica to Spain and reinstate Spanish Dom Inion Over president Monroe in his message to Congress in said owe to Candor and to the relations existing Between the United states and the Allied Powers to declare that we should regard any at tempt on their part to extend their sys tem to any portion of this hemisphere As to our peace and with the easting colonies of any european Power we have not interfered and shall riot but with the governments have declared their Independence and maintained it and whose Independence we have we not View any interposition for oppressing in any other Jig lit than As a manifestation of an Sifri Bucuy disposition toward the United in this Way was first declared that famous policy of the United states popularly known As the Monroe it was a bold policy for United states to promulgate and entirely with out our country at this time was very feeble coi spared to the european but the proclamation commanded respect the it is today one of the most famous policies of the world and has the respect of every the Mouroe doctrine is not a but the declaration of a it is not meant to South countries from paying their justly incurred but Only to protect them against tie unjust encroachment of any foreign our nation has insisted that because of its Primacy in strength among the nations of the Western hemisphere it has certain duties and res Pousi Bililies which oblige it to take leading part we hold our interests in this hemisphere Are greater than those of any european Power possibly can and that our duty to ourselves and to the weaker who Are our requires us to see that none of die greater military across the shall encroach upon tie territory of the american or acquire control forty years the Monroe Doctrin never at the end of tie French sent an army into Mexico for the purpose of overturning that Republic and establishing an the United states being unable to interfere at this time because of the civil Napoleon pursued his destroyed the mexican Republic and made Maximilian emperor of tin was in open Defiance of the doctrine and though the United states Napoleon ignored tie Remous but in the civil Wai having ended and Sheridan with Veteran troops having been sent to the Rio the French soldiers were withdrawn and the mexican Republican party captured shot him and reestablished the the Monroe doctrine was not threat ened again 1sj5 when the bound Ary dispute Between great Boitiau and Venezuela which had been dragging on for More than half a Century reached what the president called an acute stage and made necessary a statement of the position of the United states tinder the Monroe great Britain was therefore informed that the established policy of the United states is against a forcible increase of any territories of an Erir Opean was invited to submit her claims to answer was that the Monroe doctrine was in applicable to the state of things in which we live at the present Day and a refusal to submit her claims to the president then asked and received authority to appoint a commission to examine the Boundary and when such report has been made and said it in my be the duty of the to resist by every Means in its Power As a wilful aggression upon its rights and the appropriation by great Britain of any lands which after investigation we have determined of right be Longs to fora time the j the smallest acquisition of territory on Fie South american England i made the and both i message caused great excitement in j assured us in explicit terms that Britain arid in our but it soon it Jere was the slightest intention on and on a treaty j to Weir part to violate the Monroe doctrine i was signed at Washington Between tin Assurance was kept with Honor Britain and we Good the during the last few the in a recent speech met of the Allied Powers to Force Nav u e know Tomt be Public is Nat rally tempt of the Allied Powers to Force eur of debts by Venezuela was thought sensitive upon Public whats know As the by Many to be a menace to the Monroe Monroe but the Monroe but the Powers All protested doctrine has no enemies in this country before they went into the Alliance that that we Welcome any in they had no intention of violating this 1 crease of the influence of the United principle and that their motive was Only i states of America upon tie Western to collect just the affair has now j we desire no colonization been settled and Monroe ism is As firmly we desire no alteration in the balance of established As it Ever was in the history i we desire no acquisition of Terri f of our in spite of the fact tort we have not the slightest in Teni admit either to the foreign nations that that it is Likely at any time to get us into Tion of interfering with the Mode of j in face of All the dangers she May incur by so will uphold As sacred the policy of the Monrow doctrine to the end of our National sex Central Aud South America colonized by any european nation must inevitably bring on a collision Between our nation and the which is right the Wisdom of the statesmen who believes there will be no War or the instinct of that nation that fears War May not easily be time alone j can the question America legislators Are asking themselves today we maintain this doctrine so s in urea f Mouton it takes is it the Best thing for this of to paint and it Paar Sii twi Ami two Turku in not Aliv Uye crepe us upon Anil i to i Vul billions of water and two Piliotis of milk dont make four Gallons of Niit Iier docs four Gallons of paint unas i Hall Clay Giitl kerosene j make our Vailous of real that Lnu mean by Savini fewer Miu sub 01 country and the South american states i plug which it protects Orshall in View of the fact that this policy iikel7 Ami mixed by Ilia cd us into tin International struggle for j Pronge Herkimer y which we Are not give up this cherished policy and by so doing i write bought 51 Gallons of Devoe o upholding a mistaken a Yajiu Lead and Zinc to his Painter having have been for eight we Are r i i to uphold it and longer but if i this time should Ghe up the i returned a the prevailing sentiment of the i government of any portion of that con american people today seems to favor i the Premier goes further and this More than they i Sas his opinion it would be a Are ready to fight for and perhaps to civilization if United j they Are a Little eager to do and i states should More actively interest i nol Moraud reputation would be a much they demand from the government Liat herself in making arrangements greater one than the loss of and i i t i it go on for the those constantly recurring diff sell our the spirit of the nation cuties Between european Powers and infested in a thousand ways has had its certain South american states could be natural and if this speech voices As it is it exerted a tremendous influence supposed to the general sentiment of on every government in it the English we need have no has made our Congress and fear that the Mouroe doctrine will Ever eager to respond to every Effort of the War Between great Britian and executive department to build up and tie United and yet despite Arney and these declarations of friendliness of tie the result of All this Lias been that a of the foreign there seems Tobe powerful american Fleet will soon be a settlers conviction in the minds of tiie ready to demonstrate to that some time we nations that we have at last the list either flt this principle or j the men and the Money to uphold their j re let Ellis is the idea of dignity of the there common our statesmen another class of americans who believe sat fault Tyllere is probability or even possibility of a that the limited states is attempting too that it virtually says it will not itself take Possession of South american countries and will not permit any other Power to do so that it thus seeks to impose limitations upon the activities of its fellow members of the family of soverign which these Mem Bers Are sure to resent whenever the inducement to do so arises Aud the moment is in other a few thinking men regard the Monroe Roll sniff to collision with great doctrine a standing Challenge to i Germany would but they Are the standing dare test the Monroe doctrine without the great majority of americans be a first class and a first class ally Lieve it absolutely necessary that Jis such a venture she can never get Monroe ism be perpetuated to the end of i on the other the National App re 116 matter at what Aud if we j Hension runs along these no Are to believe what the smooth tongued j european Power has directly recognized War Over the Monroe because the Only Power with which it is possible for us to is bound to us by ties of blood and the millions of among our Best make a War Germany needs nothing so much As Trade exp pension and financial it is thar German influence he throughout the without in every decide to buy whatever shoe you like Best but never forget one is you Are particular and want to choose from a very wide of different there is one shoe that originates All styles and offers them to you before Liev Are copied by Ideal Patent see that this 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 equivalent of custom made arid if 5011 look through our Stock you will realize this to accomplish this there is a different pattern for every occasion and every need or Reany a Large extra Cost to the Man fac but you get the exact answer to your every just Irive 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 of Spring footwear is pouring in from All and can show you All the latest effects in the famous walk Over shoes in All the new styles and shapes that cannot be had in any other the honest j0hn Kelly shoes have no equal for ser vice and John Kelly shoes Are in a sphere of their made in All the late toes for Fasenmyer shoe coming by special train Indian Bills historical wild Indian museum and mexican hip f a tribe of Comanche and Cree Plain and Yono Motos a to net of Beautiful Western the mexican National two grand exhibitions daily rain or the worlds creates Konjuh the most Complete entertainment of its kind in the headed by the noted scout and interpreter Captain Indian Indian Bills grand Parade daily at performance at 2 Aud 3 doors open one Hoar new the film m store 0nt wholesale and we Are Well stocked with All of the popular Staple goods on the we Call special at Tention to our ladies jacket skirts silk shirt our garments Are finely in dress goods and Waist we All the new weaves and colors Are Bop and childrens suits and tvs croak i we carry the Argest Stock in toe our goods Are bought and sold at the right and they always our stores Are Complete shoes hats and and Wall paper and and flour and Standard popular Good Luck stoves and Pattorf Sun proof Best our meat markets Are always stocked with the Best meats of All kinds in the Fairmount store is 3 poles kidney cure poles Honey tar nukes Kido trs Aad bladder heals lungs again Etc stood that ivc tired of nervous disc sold by few

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