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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 25 January 1901

K TUESDAY TOPICS Mrs AiKAt ICnro is on tho Mole lll Mm K S Ounitnliifl U nick with thu Krip Goo Duiion wns n city vlHltor to dny from Wnyno OttoH Mitnfl wiuiin Norfolk ilny from Hnttlo Crook J W Mivhor wns n olty visitor yiS lordny from Humphrey Hornuin Frlchoof M uIIrou hiul buol ncss in Norfolk yootonlny T U Aldorson of MuiHmjii hud in tho city yontordny Ooo llltohburn of lluinviow wivh n visitor to this metropolis yoidordny Tho lnoifloholol Is boltiK improved by n now dross of pupor on Its IiihIiIo wiiIIh Dr Wilkinson Is In tho city from UmnhnnttouilliiK to tho wsxhh of pn limits Mr mill Mrs 11 1 Wood rumo up from Madison lust ovmiiiiK d wont on to Klln for u visit A nosro tramp who wns ouiht in tho net of Hiilloltliif hnnd outs was oscorttid out of town this morning hy tho police Second liloutoimnt Ourl Pllor or Oompiuiy Ij will fo to Lincoln tho ilOth to nndorRO mi examination hy tho stuto oxuininini board Mrs V N Huso dopurtod this morn Iiik for Oiimhii to uttond tho niMtliiK ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 25 January 1901

iV Vk w Lost Sight or 44 The Light That Failed iiiiiiiiiyMHp A Kiplings pathetic talc of the artist who lost his sight teaches a moral The eyes are the bread winners Take care of them Have them examined Know that they arc right We are eye experts Satisfaction guaranteed G f 1 PHQllAHDT Dp of Ophthalmology NORFOLK NEBRASKA H E HARDY FUEL Office Cor 4th and Main SU Yarns East U P Depot Phone 35 BEWARE OF THE PIANO AGENT Who Wants to Store a Piano in Your House Yon cannot find n N rfolk citizen who has bonght on that plan withont getting the worHt of it THE BEST PIANOS are not sold THAT WAY The Weather Conditions of the weather us recorded for the 24 hours ending at 8 a in to day Maximum temperature 00 Minimum temperature 12 Average 21 Precipitation 00 Total precipitation for month 05 Snowfall 21 Barometer 2988 Forecast for Nebraska Threaten ing tonight and Saturday with prob nbly rain or snow Colder west portion Saturday FRIDAY FACTS Mrs Ingalls is on the nick list Miss Etta Durland i...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 25 January 1901

12 t ml a X asms JOHN TOPP PIRATE By Wcathorby Ohosnoy and AM Munro oorTiuoirr 1KW nr witAinrcnnr rmwiicr Ann aijck bun rift 1IJAIUT1UTI0NH II r It 0 OUU1TAA wore times when we almost gave up tbe quest in despair for often after a long day of painful hacking and hew ing we had to go all the way back again to got round a swampy morass or a precipitous ravine The disheart ening alinlessness of our toll went ver near to quenching the tires of the gold en boncon which each mans hopes bold up before his eyes Occasionally we would come across a village of Carlbs or other savages I and though they generally showed fight at llrst as soon as they learned that we were enemies to the Spaniards they at once became as friendly as pos Klble Job Trehaliou was our Inter preter for having a fancy for giving orders to his servant in his own Inn cuage lie had picked up a grout deal of the pagai speech on the voyage out and so uow by a mixture or scrappy sentences and dumb show he was able to parley wi...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 1 February 1901

m m m TBH8 mm njsnrt SU I ISMT fv I IT IK If- 1MB The Norfolk Weekly News Journal Reorganization Measure Passes Its Last Stage In Congress NOW GOEO TO PRESIDENT f mute Adopts Confrouio ltcport on tlio 11111 by u Voto or lit to 2l Seerul Ito publican Ho unto in Voto Willi Democrats Aitlusl tlio ltnpoit WuHlilngtou Vcb 1 After an event fill legislative experience twglnnlng with the prcsont session ntitl covurlng nbout two inonthH the bill for the re organization of the United States Army piissod lta last stttEu in congress ttnd now goes to the president for his signature The final step was taken lu the scnute where by a vote of 113 to i5 the conference report on the bill was agreed to The lioftvs of rep resentatives already hnd agreed to the report The conference report was kept before the senate constantly yes l terday even the shipping bill kIvIhj way Opposition to tho bill continued to bo vigorously expressed Teller making an extended speech in clsin of the war department and of th...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 1 February 1901

i t V 2 The Norfolk Iclus I W N UU81C Putollnhor nviiV Itntilliliivl 1VS7 km Iit tixrciil Minimr m rnrrirr wile If emit Hi mnll ixt irnt uUK mr WKituiv mvmmIoiunai TloNownMtiililhlied 1KM Tlio Jntminl rtlnlillrlioil 1N77 Ktory Krlilnj by mull ior PirIM Kntorml nt tlio IWollIco lit Norfolk Noli nK octmil rlnri tnnltpr Tolflpliono No 12 Tlioiiropoflotl extra session of congrriR will Imvo to nuiM along without tlio noRihlniico or ultlinr lottlgrow or Towno A tnct thnt should bo considered before nvy rash uinvo ih mndo Tabasco snuoo hits no terrors for the Nobrupha youth Thoro uro nearly 100 candidates for appoint uumt to tlio WoM Point military academy cndotshlp In tlio Fourth congrepsioiml district nautniim Hon for whioh will bo hold in Houtrloo March lJ Mombors or tlio South Dakota Press association contemplate n trip to tlio liutTalo exposition thin suininor All rondo will lend to Hutlulo whim tho big show opens nnd tho South Dakota brethren aro planning to successfully handlotho in...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 1 February 1901

V i 4 1 V- pp hx i 1 19 8 Funeral Procession Will Dc a Gorgeous Military Display CEREMONY TO BE STATELY All HlntniM to Do Suipcndcd In London 1roin 1ililiiy tint II Along t tic Ilonte AxUIiikh Vmin limit for Single Wliiihuif London Inn 31 Tho funeral pro cession In Luiulun uh Indicated by tlic war otlico orders will be a gorgeous military pageant Detachments of 40 regiments Willi mi iilmosl equal mini bor of uniforms embracing till arms of the service will luakc u coiiHtaiilly changing picture The uniforms of nil the great armies of the world will nppcar for In addition to the brilliant entourages of the visiting kings nml princely envoys there will be the mili tary attaches of the embassies und legations The nnvnl corps will also take part In the procession which will be two miles long The services at Windsor Saturday will be conducted by the archbishop of Canterbury The Interment Monday will be conducted by the bishop of Wlnchcscr and the tlenn of Windsor From tlo tltno the coflln...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 1 February 1901

J N t HI r i b t d im if 61 Landis Stirs Up a Hornets Nest in the House AQ11ICJULTUKAL BILL PASSED Ailitllltinnl Aipriti till Ion r MtllK It Votiil fur rurmiin lleport on Aim Hill IlinontMil In tltu Sctmlu WnMiluglon Inn 21 -Senator De pew o Nt v York yesterday delivered Jit the senate ii chararlerlMleally forc ible niul eloquent address In support of tln shipping hill Tho address which occupied nut nil hour was In tlu iiattuo of mi appeal for the up building of the American tneicluint iiiirliu hy tin granting of suwhllcs hi provided for In I ho pcuillii measure Ills discussion of tlio problems or transportation which now confront American innnnfneturers and Ainer lean farmers was notably Interesting nml enecllvo The peroration In which he uracil that the Auierlcnn flag bo restored to the mastheads of the freight carrying ships of the Hulled KtateH was a brilliant pleee of oratory mid elicited cordial applause from Mon ti tors on the Hour and the crowds In the galleries Kittle prowe...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 1 February 1901

J o o o o lo ooooooooo oooooooooo o o o o o oooooooooooo Mr Boltou figures In this narrntlvo as tho stouy hearted parent of a beau tiful daughter Most people knew him only ns 1 Hugeno lloltou druggets sundries Jolm street New York Hertha snld lie one day to the beautiful daughter aforesaid 1 do uot like George Ilnllctt Neither do 1 father replied the dutiful child 1 love him This brief and pointed colloquy was the climax of many conversations It stated a situation not at all unusual but Just as dllllcult for the persons In volved as If It had never figured In his tory or romance George was tho New York manager of Glrard Frores et Cle a Paris linn dealing in silks It was a responsible position for a very young man and George was making quite a bit of mon ey It was not his prospects to which Mr Bolton objected In fact his princi pal accusation was tlint George was one of those handsome men who al- I YOU CAN BEE A COPY OK IT HERE oooooooooooooo oooooooooooooo ft I SI V 111 BY HOWARD FI...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 1 February 1901

I iu t I s v i n 1 The Norfolk f4euas An exchange tlttnkn thut in Kansas Ton Bnr HouniR In n Night would nwl bettor tlmn Ton Nights In u Bar Koom A nnn hi lurlliitin almost killed n wo man Itoonuso who trilled t him ThiB is not tho tlrt titnu Hint trills lmvo driven tiion frantic Tho HnBtlngB Daily Advortlscr 1b tho iimno of n now paper Btarted hi that city by A Ramsey former proprietor or tho livening Record The Fremont Herald designates n wo niiui who appeared boforo tho pollco court In that rily recently uh a uolorcil blomlt Mar Tho first whito baity Itorn in Chicago oolobruted hit Tilth birthday Monday by keeping open hoiiBo Ho may havobeen tho flint but looks a fow of being tho only onu Carrlo Nation may bo Bald to havo reached tho plnnaolo of nowsptpor nolo rioty nlloged plctnronof her aro being pnbllBhod together with storioB of her ohildhood HandBomo Klk a Sioux Indian ro ceutly killed near Dondwood was ovidontly not as good as handsome Ho waa wanted for having Bcnlpod his w...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 1 February 1901

w ft It - i site s v J ltf ti 4 I GRftHD HI A STROKE OF GENIUS THAT PUTS MIL I LIONS BEHIND HIM SInJor Crofnot Slt IUm n Crniilur i 3oml mill Divide r tcNln Thnt lip In AVIlltitK to Vlvlde With HI ClilropoilUt Copyright 1900 by C n Iewlfll It was the chiropodist from the floor above tho mnjors ollleo mid ho passed the door two or three times before knocking ns If to get up his courage Come In called the major In a bland and cheery voice Come right In lly Ueotgc but what a coincidence what a coincidence Not a minute ago I sat down to write you a note asking you to step down here There Is BU rely such a thing as mental teleg raphy You have owed me 1 for tho last four months stlllly replied the chlrop lOdlst as he lugged out a bill Just so exactly Just so smiled the major as he rubbed his hands to gether Yes sir about four months 1 WANT THAT DOIXAIll ngo you removed two corns from my iright foot The circumstance Is per fectly fresh In my memory 1 And you said youd pay me next day I pre...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 1 February 1901

1 i 8 HB Saturday Night Made Memor able in Norfolk THE BAND PLAYED HOT TIME Vlnllorn Mot nt Trnln ini1 i Inrmlo Fol low llluiitlnnlnl ly Tlmworh InllU tlniti 1lHliiiit mill itHorlulHrnKliiii Mnjr from North NelrikiTowniilolii From Motnlnja Dull t Norfolk lodge No 551 Honovolmit nml Protective Ordor of KIIjh whh in Btitutid In tliln city Saturday evening nnd t ho occasion In ono long to bo ro jnoinborod by bothoumUdiUiiR mill clt Izoiib who witnessed tho street demon titration Every incoming trnln on Hitnrday brought men from north NebrnHkn towns who camo iih candidates to join tho uov lodge Great iirnniirnMniin hmt boen inailo by local niomberR mid oiiudl dates to give tho Omaha Kilts wliooamo to confer tho degrees n royal welcome Tho Oinivlm Elks came on a apodal train over the Kllchorn which was run jubt nhead of tho ovonlug pixsMonger nr riving at tho Junction at 715 There tho train was mot by n portion of tho reception committee and tho train pro ceeded on up town to tho Mam str...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 1 February 1901

h 9 I J ii IW D iffll Dr Frederick F Teal Will Take Charge of Hospital CHANGES FEBRUARY FIRST Tho Now Superintendent riijmlrlan mul Mlownril ipit to Anntliiin Tliolr Duties AhiiulTlio First Changes to bo Mmlo III WorKlliR Fiilrn Not Vol AliiiiHliiroil From Turmlnys Daily Dr Frederick F Toul nud wifo at rlvotl iu tho city last ovoning from Ouiuhn mul for a fow days they will bo guests of friends mid relatives in tho city Dr Teal will iisruuio tho position of superintendent nt tho Norfolk hospi tal for insane nbont tho first of Fuhru ary After his nppointmont in Novom bor Dr Teal uiudo ft trip to New Yorlc nud spent llvo weeks visiting tho hospi tals in that stato gathering ideas as to tho latest niothodsof earing for unfor tunates placed iu sunli institutions Since returning from tho east ho has been in Missouri ton days on n similar mission so that he comes fresh from a careful inspection of tho most modern hospitals nud with a well defined idea of what is necessary iu tho humano tr...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 1 February 1901

r i IsM n 1 6 K TUESDAY TOPICS MIrs KrnnroR lohiicoii i nick with the Tho union depot is undorKoliiK t onio ropnirs Ohriidinn Jhimmi of tho laelllo is on thoRlik HM J K Halcor was in Noi iolk from Lin ooln yesterday Kred French f Wayno wns a city -visitor y est et day ludHO DmiKlnH Cones 1h a city viHltor today from IVrce Tho booKKccptiiK elans of tho Y M O it will meet tonight Dr Franlc Salter mado a profofmloiial visit to HoskliiH thiHinorniiiK Miss IxIb Ornnt Ohilds hH roiio to Oinnlin for an iiidulliiito tinio Dunlol 1 KooniRHtoin Iiuh roiio to Madison countyH capital on IiiiMiichh Mrs 11 O Stnwurt and hahy of Konter woroKiiCBtHof MrH Am K lAiomird ovor nliht Frank lohnwon who linn boon em ployed in tho Auiuh minr factory Ih hero to visit relatives and friends Fish OonnniRsioner John II UnllT loft todny over tho Union Pacific to inspeet tho stuto hatohontH at South Howl Dr T H Maekay was called to Mndl non today to euro for n boy who had broken his hip Ho roturuB this after noon...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 1 February 1901

I b M i Childrens Eyes aro often defective nnd thoy havo head aches mul othwr norvo ills which medi cines do not nnoli and thoy hnto tho Hohool room ns tho dovil is fluid to hnto holy water Havo their eyes rorrontcd and they will not only lovo tho school font will learn faster Old folks are often affected tho sumo way font it sIiowh up in tho form of Iomh of memory irritability ohronio bond aches mul other nerve disttifonncoB uiul Boino times in geneial t UHMedness Cotno to nio and have your eyes ex ninined I will toll you why thebo things occur C p 1 PRQtJAflDT Dp of Ophthalmology NORFOLK NEBRASKA H E HARDY Offlcr Cor 4th nnd Mnln Sta Yarns Bast U l Depot Phone 35 FUEL iJ 3 You can get any article in JOHNSONS Furniture Store at cost until Febru ary 5th Only new stock in the city to pick from TllH Welitller Conditions of tho weather as recorded for tho 34 hours ending at 8 a m to day Maximum tompontnre 28 Minimum temperature -1 Average 10 Preoipitation 00 Total precipitation for mon...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 1 February 1901

Is r 12 n 0 ff T1 1 t V 1 a ff T 1 MI TOPP - 1 M Ml - ij 1 it U V t WA AT N By Wcathcrby Ohosnoy and Alick Munro oorrnioitT lOCW nr wkatiikiimv ciiiNKr and aijck muniio UJuiTiunoNH nr ti a couita I i THE NORFOLK NEWS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 1 1901 u U iihi - t X v - v V Vi - Vi M XI- CIIAlTTH XII Sen reply ho It wpuipiI liiul 1 pinned siy eyes when there wiih n plunking tit the door ns lis bolls Mini burs wero withdrawn ntiil 11 dozen iiriuiil Mihllera trooped Into the room It wiih hIIII lntl but oik of them eiinletl a Inn turn olid liy Its light 1 hiiw lint they were till splashed with fresh mini mill luitl evidently boon trmelliig recently itd rapidly Jot up you Kugllsh dogs hiiIiI onu of tliom roughly Smartly now Youre wiintod Wliii t for Konor Mild I wearily Wliut lorV How does Unit concern you Yon do iih yonro told without nsklng tho roiiHou Come up you get you Invy rogues And ho begun to iihu his honvy hoot frooly I Youro to mulch out of CarnciiHit once wild oiio of tho othor Spaniard...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 8 February 1901

Iv Itf M W I Wilhelmina United to Duke i ien of in i Henry of Meiklenburg BY CIVIL CONTRACT FIRST Almpln ItttllglotM Ccruiitiiny Tlion follows In tlrmite KurU Irooin Moronic 1rlncn of tho NetliorlittiilnUofililoiiU of Xlio JlnKUu Aculitliu Luvo Mutch Ihn Hiilmip Fob 8 Wilhelmina tho first ruling unoon of Holland vested day married Duke Henry of who bucolics Irlnee Uclnrlch of tho Netherlands The mar riage was a series of brilliantly colored pictures but tho severe simplicity of 4he Dutch form of marriage which iwos followed to the letter In the civil contract before the minister of Justice Dr 1 W A Cort Van Dor Linden find in the old fashioned religious service In Oroote Kerk gnve It a demo cratic spirit A happier surrounding no bride ever bad The weather was cold crisp and inspiriting The marriage was a huge family affair All Holland that could came to The Hague to participate IThose who stayed ut their homes in other cities celebrated with parades decorations and banquets Never wa...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 8 February 1901

ft 1 TheflottfolkNeuJs W N UUB1 PHit r Kvorj tiny II L rtV 15 I PPIn y I T ltrOllMllHl KS7 Mit Hiinilnr Hi carrier iW JOO I cu or lVKKKIY NKWH IOIMINAI Th Ncwn Cflnlillriioil 1M The Journal cMnMUiiiMi 1M7 Ktory Friday Hr mull per jrnr IIM Ktilvrit at tlio PoMolllro nt NorfoU Nel n rcoml clan matter Telephone Nn 22 Now Hint tlio bllimird or ItH ghost has returned from abroad NobrnHkn Is ngaln becoming qultoiiatiiriil anil home like Governor Dietrichs Arbor tiny proc lamation will scarcely appeal to tlio pn triotism or state prldo of Mr Hryan Ho will probably not overexert himself to plant n troo and thus commemorate tlio niontnl genius of our distinguished oitiron 7 Sterling Morton A girl of WakcBhn Wis who found that hor Intended husband wiih nlrontly married to ono wife quickly transferred lior nffootious to his brothor and tho wedding onmo off about on hohodulo tinio Thoro is no hlng Uko n versatile nffoction when a wedding is linniinout The Ohioago pooplo aro preparing u splendid...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 8 February 1901

I i a i V- 1 1 I III Uses Her Hatchet on Finest I Joint In Topeka DAY OF NUMEROUS FIGHTS Baloon Klement nml Teinptrnnee renpte CIhuIi Over Merit ol the CntrMr Nr tlon Arretted Hut Promptly Iteleaseil tlnliin llrnt Polite Protection Topcfcu Feb C Mrs Nation roster day lotrtevod Mondays set back when the untl throe followers wrought dam age to the extent ol J 1500 in the Sen cute the finest equipped joint in Topokn She did mote for she taliictl the first jiollee protection given her aihco she started out on her biiloou smashing career at Wichita a month ngo The poflce followed up her raid nud arrested the proprietor of the Son nte and two men who were guarding the plaee Mrs Nation was arrested but promptly released Mrs Nation and her wreckers each nrmed with a hatchet sallied forth at daybreak and caught the Jointist nap ping They forced their way past n negro who guarded the door and in lesj than ten minutes had strewn the Hour with broken mirrors bottles slot ma chines and splintere...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 8 February 1901

II iirfPWW - ilill ii tkl m iiirasi Senate Disposes of the War Revenue Measure BUCKET SHOPS HIT HARD i SUnawe Commit Ires Atnrndtnrns iit for Itwity rule la Xx Niihslllnte ItiJMol I ynNtllit Inrty oti Military Aiulemy 1 tit 1 litil Washington Fob 2- Tin Htilpplnq bill was kept steadily nt ho Trout In tho senate yesterday mill In order to further expedite Its progress n motion mum agreed to for n session beginning nt II it in today Rawlins iiiiiI I terry occupied must of the time In specchon of vigorous opposition Toward tho close of tlu day a spirited discussion aviis precipitated by an iimcuilmcul or tforod by Clay proposing to link tho Nlenniguun canal 1111 with the ship ping 1 till The proposition wan strong ly opposed by Fryo and Chandler m calculated to embarrass and delay tlio hipping bill Fryo appealed to sena tors to penult the majority alter fair debute to assume Its responsibilities ns n majority of passing the shipping linnd In the discussion Insisting that there should b...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 8 February 1901

t t T ft I -- wflssMsettv3S 5s s - Sv i -vv---- - t t A TRIFLING INDISCRETION BY HOWARD FIELDING vuintnohl liw ll if iidow WnAT IN THE WORLD AltK YOU DOING UP THKKEf who set It down by the sideboard MIks Weld saw that It would not be very dllllcult to step from the chair to wliat was designed as tho front part of the sideboard upon which she could walk across and then descend by the other chair on the far side That shu should bo Invited to per form such a feat seemed to her only a natural sequence In this nightmare ad venture It was unreal but not more so than the preposterous appearance of nil these people whom she knew Just at tho moment when their preseuce was least desirable and In the last place In the world where Bhe could have expect ed to llnd them It simply couldnt be true It must be some sort of a dream THE NORFOLK NFAVR FRIDAY KKHRlTAKV8 iW1 T TT t - it4 S Tlip Idiii of ftoliiB all nlono to n Imoli clorH iipnrlniiiits nave Miss Weld n feeling of liiipniiirlcty It Is true ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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