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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 7 November 1902

8 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NQVIWER 7 , 1002 Burglars Attracted by Stock of Bright Lilies. VALUE OF QOODS 400 OR $500 The Dost Goods Not Tnkon Crime Committed Sunday Morning Two Mora Shop Lifters Sent to Jail , Frightened From Vall's. The dry goods store of Boolor Bros' , was broken into nbont 9 o'oloolc Sun day inorniiiK nud robbed of HlllcH worth between $11)0 ) and $500. The police have boon working hard on the ciiso over since , but up till Into this afternoon found no oluo to thu robbers. The Htoro was ontorud nt the roar. A fltorm window was out , the glass < ot the lusido window broken nnd a hole mndo largo enough for a math Leaving the building , the thieves unbolted the door nnd wulkoil out. The burglars were not Rood judges of Bilk. In fnot they picked out stock that wan clump compared with goods on the njaoont shelved , Bright colors attrnotod the eyes of the robbers. Without ex ception the flllltH taken were of ft bril liant hue , and quality sooinod to piny no part...

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 — 7 November 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVKMTOEU 7 , 1002 , 0 SATURDAY SIFTINGS , Finnic Osboru is homo from Oumlm to vote. William Whitla of Madison was a city visitor today. 3 ? . W. Hahn wns here from Omaha yesterday greeting old friends. Miss Bertha Pllger arrived from Mud- Ison last evening to spend Sunday at homo. , 'Miss tJlara Hagar of Waakonlown , is the gnoBt of her sister , Mrs. August Kiosaa. r > i Mr. and Mra. Henry Kiosan of Dose rah , Iowa , arc visiting their sous , Aug ust and Dr. William Kiosan. * t i . Thoflrst , of November and a more beautiful morning could hardly havu been asked for , oven in Jnno. . Hallowe'en was pleasantly observed at the homo of Mrs. Filger on South Fifth street by a company of young people. Miss Lillian Luikart entertained the Bachelors Girls at a Hallowe'en party lost night nt her homo on West Norfolk avenue. The postofflce will bo open as usual from 1 'to 2 o'clock ' tomorrow afternoon Imt in the evening it will bo closed , on account of paintin...

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 — 7 November 1902

10 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 7,1002. Two Young Girls Struck by a Railroad Train. ONE WAS KILLED INSTANTLY. The Other Wns Bnclly Injured , Out May Recover Drove Upon the Track at n Crossing n Mile This Side of Wlnsldo Saturday Night. The Sioux Olty paflflongor train ou ihoO. St. P. M. < & 0. , struck n buggy containing Mamlo ntul Alice Elliott , daughters of John Elliott , of Wlunldo , nt n crossing ono inllo this dido of tlmt town Saturday evening , killing Munno nud seriously Injuring the other girl. The trnln was the rogulnr ovoniiiK passenger from Sioux Olty duo to nr- rlvo huro nt Ul : ( , " > , in charge of Con- iluotor Adnir nud Engineer Flint , and when it ronohod WlHsldo it was novon minutes Into. The time botwoou Win * nitlo nud Norfolk in short , nnd the trntn was runnliiK very fnst. The young IndtoH hiul boon in Norfolk during the nf tornoou mid wore on tholr way homo. There in n straight strotoh of trnok from the town to the oroHalng with n dooldud d...

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 — 7 November 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMIWk 7 , 1002. II THOUSANDS OF WATCHES wo rspair every your , speak for the kiud of wntoh re pairing wo do. Wo not ouly have the experience , but Imvo the facilities for doing all kinds of work in oar lino. EVERY JOB , whether largo or flnmll , re ceives prompt and careful attention. WE GUARAN TEE ALL WORK. G , F , W , MflRQUftRDT , JEWELER , NORFOLK , - NEBRASKA. PICKING UP BARGAINS. If you want to buy or build a house , the Elkhoru B. & S. Asssocintioii will > make you a loan on favorable terms. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. PARISH We now have every thing you need for your FRUIT CAKE. The Finest Raisins , the Olenuest Currants the Purest Spices , the Freshest Nuts. See them in our win dow. PARIS SOMETHING NICE FOR THANKSGIVING you will find iu our superb stock of ladies' shoes. Easy , comfortable and beautiful in shape and finish. Our fine shoos are all that can bo desired for Fall and Winter wear , and they are most reasonable in price. Give yo...

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 — 7 November 1902

THE N011FOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 7 , 1902 , BY Watch Belonging to Mian Morton , Whom Mnoon la Suspected - od of Killing ABRESTED MAN MAY GO FREE In the Mrnntlmn AVltnoswcH Positively Identity iMamm AN llnvliiK Hcon Svnt In Wntcrly Hnturdny. HoMnn , Nov. 7. The Hold wntch of Cliirn Morton , the Mcl.onn hospital do- int'Hth1 , who WIIH killed lust Saturday CM'iiltiK nlid for whoso murder Ainu G. Mu son IN charged , 1ms been found In a IMston pawnshop and the police are scnrclilnt ; for n negro who IH paid to liau1 sold tliu article. Chief of Po lice \VattH docs not conceal IIH ) belief that he murdered MHH ! Morton , and that Mason , who Is now In jail , Is In- nucent. MRMIII Innocent. Kor some time theories have been mlMinml that It was a negro who had committed the series of atrocltleH with which Alan Mason has been charged , and now Inspector Watts opqnly states his belief In the young mllllonalre'H In- 12v ry effort Is being made to locnto the neni < > who pawned the wa...

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 — 14 November 1902

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS JOURNAL. , , , , . NORFOLK NGIHIASICA VKIDAY NtVKMIWU ) II 1002. * * + * + * + * * * + * + + + + + BEE MILL-EN BEE HIVE An enormous lot of Dress Goods in Mill = End lengths will be put on sale at the Bee Hive IDKV , At prices that have never been equaled in this part of the country. This is not a sacrifice on Pins , Thread , etc. , to save < you 5 cents or 10 cents , but these are i Mill Ends in Skirt and Dress Pattern You can't afford to miss this = it will save you dollars. Not goods that are out of season , out of date , shelf | | worn or second-hand , but new up-to-date goods direct < j from the Mills , in fact all our goods were bought new < ; this fall , and after they get to the Bee Hive we sell theme o so fast they don't get a chance to get old. You will find o less old goods here than in any store in Norfolk. We will give you a few prices ; look these over and you will find we can save you 50 cents on the $1.00. It is something every body ne...

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 — 14 November 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 14 , 1902. The Notoik He ls W. N , UUB1B. Publisher , I1AII.T. Xrrr ilar icnpt llnmlnj , llr oarrUr t > er trk , 1& etnti , llj mall i r yaar , H.OO , WKKHI.Y NKWA.JOUUNAI * . tbi N wt , it olliliml , 1SS1. Tit * Journal , Ulillihml 1817 Ktttj Frlilnr , llr mall par jnur , It.M. KaUr.d at tlie Poitollloa at Norfolk , N l > . , ai mutter , XI ptinneil Kdltorlnl Ioimrtmmit , Nn , 13 1 UailiiMi Olllos mill Joli Ropim , No. SS. , The propttlont IIIIH shown tin nullity to got ] ) itcrniil hln coiiHtlttinntH bonponk for him HticcofM on his pronont lumtliiK trip into Mississippi , undoubtedly bollovos that this Is not ( ho country it is reputed to bo in which to iiwko u imiHlcnl tour , or ixro his rnpputod nrrostH merely the Italian intorprution of Amorlciui cidvor- Using methods ? At the n\to the ollloora at ImHiuwpallH nro gathering in ghouls it in confidently oxpootod tliat the city will HOOIIM rid of thorn oven though it ifl depopulated. I...

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 — 14 November 1902

I THE NORFOLK NEWS : FlltfUY , NOYKMltKR 1-1 , 100'i Goes Free After Spending Four Years in Prison. DNCE CONDEMNED TO DEATH Jury Reaches a Verdict of Acquittal In Just Thirteen Minutes Out- .treak of Applause Is Suppressed , but Cheering Extends to the Street. New York , Nov. 12. Roland D. Mol- Inoux was set at liberty yesterday Softer spending nearly four years in prison and being once condemned to 'tieath and twice placed on trial for Ills life for the murder ot Mrs. Kath- .prlno J. Adams. I But thirteen minutes sufficed for the Qury to reach a verdict of acquittal at the close of a trial that has lasted four weeks , the first trial , which resulted In Molineux's conviction and sentence , liavlng been prolonged for about three months. The verdict , which was confidently anticipated , was greeted with an In- Btantly suppressed outbreak of ap plause , Justice Lambert having dellv- Wed a stern admonition that no dem- ionstration would bo permitted. Mollneux , who was brought Into [ c...

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 — 14 November 1902

TJIT5 NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 1 < 1,1902. Battle Bctv/scn Bogota nnd Colombian Insurgents. ENDS IN GOVERNMENT VICTORY , fllchard Kane , an American , for Colombia , Numbered Among the Dead Rebel LOBS to Heavy , Ono Shot Alone Killing Ten. Panama , Nov. 13. The first Amor- lean casualties us a result of the revo lution occurred yesterday. The Co- lomblim Hoot captured a boat having on lieu nl corroHpondonco showing the whereabout ! ! of two revolutionary BchoonurB loudud with provisions. The Kovernmont worships hcndod for the place and on arriving there the Ilo- KOta , niiuinud by an American crow coniinaudcd by Captain Marmaduko , lowered two boatu with armed men , but as the Hdioonora wore aground , they wait oil until high tldo to attack them. In the meanwhile the revolu tionists woio discovered In ambush close to the bench and when the 13 o- iota boatH pulled ahead the second tlnio the robnlB opened lire on them , Icllllng the Htilp'a armorer , Richard Kant' , of Wati...

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 — 14 November 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOYtiMTVEll M , l 02 , Big East River Structure is Badly Damaged. IFIRE ENDANGERS RIVER CRAFT f , Flames Rage Hundred of Feet Above Ground and Renders Fire Brigade ( Powerless to Check Spectacular Blaze Loss Is Half Million. I Now York , Nov. 11. The now East flyer bridge , in process of construe- , tlon between New York and Brooklyn , | vras damaged to at least the extent of 9500,000 by a flro that raged 2GB feet in the air on the summit of the ereat stool tower on the Now York side. Owing to the enormous height of tha tower It was Impossible to roach the top by any apparatus , and the flames , ' alter uovourlng all the woodwork , seized on the timber falsework of the two foot bridges suspended from tbo main cables , burning away the sup * I ports until nearly 1,000,000 feet of ( blazing lumber foil with a mighty eplash and hiss into the stream. The fall of the foot bridge carried away acores of the lighter cables and guys , ( Which trailed In the water ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 14 November 1902

6 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBE1U4 , 1M2 , Tom Mriiiiuiiii'r'H ( ! politics are dcs- tilled to feel rut her lonesome in the coming Irglslativi Houston. IP thnt dlsrovtty of boodle aldermen nt St. Louis another scheme of the world's fair nun agomont to ndvcrtlso thnt Lvtnt for ll'Ol. ' The machine certainly controls in QUO of the \Mudx of Mllwnnkoo , wlioro the voting machine wfts used In record ing the will of thu voters. The mnrkctrt didn't oven tremble. It wan fully renllwl that the election -would bo right nnd thnt no nsonultR on the biislnoss Interests of the country would bo ponnlltcd by the pooplo. ' The Vronch government Is consider ing n Inw to piohiblt'lduollliig. The people of thnt country nro becoming nvorso to posing as the world'sJllaugh- ing Ntuckjln that , particular lino. Porhnpstho shlnglo hung out will hereafter read. "Allen , Robinson & Heed , " or It may bo that Mr. Robinson will sue that tln-ro Is a long felt wnut for nnothor paper In Mndlson. The firs...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 14 November 1902

Tllti NOKFOr.lC NEWS ; Kit I DAY , NOVEMBER M. 1002. ' A FIGHTING .WHALE . . . | [ Copyright , 1M2 , by C. D. Lowla. ] I was one of the crew of the whaling ship Crosby when I came across a gi gantic whale that had often been seen before , that had destroyed many lives. lie had come to be known as Tom Bowline - line and was recognized by a V shaped car on his head. Thu Crosby was to the west of St. Helena when hu was raised by thu lookout. Tom Bowline came to the surface with a rush and then lay wallowing about. Three boats were lowered , and the whale was recog nized by his scar. The mate's boat had the lead and got within striking distance first. As soon as thu harpoon peen entered the whale settled away like a rock and went down 350 feet. Then ho turned and rushed for the eurfacu like a wild locomotive , broachIng - Ing his full length out of water and filling aud swamping the mate's boat with the waves kicked up by his fall , lie rested a moment and then slewed around and started...

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 — 14 November 1902

* nrTT " t " 3f 8 TJIK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 14 , 1002 Impressive Ceremony at Battle Creek Yesterday , THE CHURCH OF ST , PATRICK. Largo Attendance of Worshippers. Beautiful Music , Urllllnnt Spanking niul Imposing Ceremonial Mnrkod the Occasion. I'roni Monday' * Dnlly. Dosplto tlio dlmigrooablo wonthor that prevailed , the dedication of tlio hand- iionio now brinlc Out hello ohuroli at liattlo Orook yorttorday morning was a gratifying nueo HH. There was a largo crowd present from Uattlo Orook and vicinity niul from neighboring towns. Norfolk contributud a li\rgo delegation , including the ohoir of tlio church bora. The Tildon delegation , whloh wan ex pected to bo lurgo , wns coiiflidornbly re duced by the throntoulng wonthor , OH to nttond , It would have boon uoooiwary to drlvo. Nevertheless the ohnroh build * ing which wan planned to nccommodato au anilliinco of about 1)00 ) , won moro thau filled und there were no floating accom modations for many who were prosont. T...

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 — 14 November 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS ; FRIDAY , NOVHMHRR .1-.I , SATURDAY SIFTINGS , Mrs. Clarence Hodrick is visiting in Omaha. Mrs. S. A. Stewart was n Norfolk visitor today from Ttldon. Mrs. Knto and daughter of Pierce were in the city yesterday , Misses Maud and Nolle Dingmnu were passengers for Omaha today. Roy Gardner wont to Wlsnor today to spend Sunday with friends. Mrs. August Rofoll and Miss Rofell of Plaiuvlow were in Norfolk yester day. day.Tho The Loyal Mystio Legion invite ? its members to attend initiatory work on next Monday evening. Joe West was before Police Judge Hayes this morning charged with dis orderly conduct and was assessed the usual fine. A meeting of Mosaic lodge No. 55 , A. F. and A. M. will bo hold at Mnsou hall this evening at 8 o'clock. A full at tendance is desired. Dr. and Mrs. Holdon were hosts to the West Side whist club last night nnd members of the club spout the time in a most plensnut manner. Mrs. E. O. Bates has gone to Con necticut to visit her old home. Mr. Ba...

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 — 14 November 1902

' J 10 THE NORFOLK NEWS ; ElUftAY , NOVJBMBER M , ! L County Senatorial and Con gressional Returns. RESULT WAS NOT CHANGED , McCarthy's Plurality IB 07G nnd ( lint of Dr. Aldan 44G ProhlbltlonlBt nnt ! Socialists Some FlRiiros Have Docn Changed Mntormlly. 1'rom Hnttinla ) ' * Dully * The official returns of tlio Htnto oloo- ion for Mndiiton county nru ] ) iilllHliol ) ( in this issue. It dooH not materially ulmngo tlio result published tlio day after olootlon. Seine of tlio figures show HOino diuildud changes but the romiltrt re- iiinln the Hiuno. Tlio county gnvo Mr. Mickey u plurality of SIM. The prohi bitionists guvo their candidate for governor - ornor n vote of ! ! 'J , nnd the socialists polled H\ ! votes for their oaudidiUo. The prohibition candidate for congress rooolvod ilil votoa in the county. Vote on Congressman. The complete returns on congressman from the Third district show the J. J. McCarthy of Ponon was olootod over John S. HobtiiRon of Madison by n plur- ullty of I...

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 — 14 November 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 14. 1802. 11 YOUR CHOICE of Any Artiolo In Oar < h I C n West yhow Window for q > I > U U We have received a largo variety of Fine Watches , Set Rings , Jewelry and other up-to-dato goods in our lino. , We invite You , to Inspect onr goods , NO TROUBLE to show yon onr Elegant Now Stock. G , F , W , MftRQUARDT , JEWELER , NORFOLK , - NEBRASKA , V PICKING UP BARGAINS. If you want to buy or build a house , the Elkhorn B. & S. Asssociattoii will make you n loan on favorable terms. T. E. ODIOKNE , Secretary. PARISH We now have every thing you need for your FRUIT CAKE. The Finest Raisius , the Cleanest Currants the Purest Spices , the Freshest Nuts. See them in our win dow. PARISH SOMETHING NICE FOR THANKSGIVING you will Qua in our superb stock of ladies' bhoes. Easy , comfortable and beautiful in shape and finish. Onr fine shoos are all that can bo desired for Fall and "Winter wear , and they are most reasonable in price. Give yourself a ...

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 — 14 November 1902

1 THE NbKFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER Ut . COPYRIGHT ! Packing FlourJ In Bags in n carefully done in turnliiK out the famous lion Ton brand of Hour I\H thn milling of the wheat Itself. In Hhort , every feature of transforming the finest grades of wheat Into the lilghewt grade of family Hour roculvos our best and constant , attention. Bon Ton or Sun nhltiu Hour by the Hftok or barrel stands for oxi'iilhiiico , . Sugar City Cereal plls. . . . 'VT-T . . IT1 . . . Norfolk BiDlif and Loan ASSOCIATION will build yon a on easy payments. Ooino and see UH , 0. U. DURLAND , Secretary. Wide Awake R , BUBHHOLX & BO , All Kinds of Gents' Furnishings- . . . .Strlctly Up-to-Dnto PRIDES RIGHT GIVE US A OALL MILLARD GREEN , DRRY and TRBNSFER LINE Piano Moving a Specialty. Phone G8. Calls Promptly Answered. M.E. SPAULDINC , % DKALKU IN FLOUR FEED , - , TELEPHONE : : NO. 33 L. L. REMBE , PLUMBER. Steam and Hot Water Heating. First door South of News Office. G.R.SEILER , Livery -.ana Sale Stable B...

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 — 21 November 1902

* , . * * * i V * NORFOLK WEEiaYNEws _ _ = JouRNAk NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , Kill DAY , XOVKMHKR2I , Mrs. Nation Creates a Scene In Madison Square Garden , LECTURES VANDERD1LT WOMEN. Denounces Their Style of Dressing and Urges Them to Clothe Them- EelvcB In More Modest Garb Is j Ejected by Police. Now York , Nov , 21. Mrs. Carrie Na tion created a sensation at the horse chow yesterday. She harangued the great gathering on the evils of over dress , attempted to break n bottle of champagne and finally was ejected from the building by the police. Mrs. Nation entered the garden quietly. Stationing herself In front of the Vondorhllt box , she delivered a tirade on over-dress. In the hex were seated Mrs. Alfred G. Vanderbllt Reginald Vanderbllt and Miss Nlchol son. son."Yon "Yon ought to ho ashamed of your selves , " the woman screamed at them "You ought to be ashamed to wear euch disgraceful clothes. Take them off , take them off at onre and attire vmirKclvofi more mmlcstlv. " Alfred 'G. ' Va...

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 — 21 November 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 21 , 1002. ; Xhe Norfolk tfeuus W , N , UUH10 , I'ubllnliur. DAILY. Kmr iUr tirnpt Hnnilnjr , Ilr carrlor i > r JMk , 15 rnti , lljr mull | iar jr/i\r , IA.OO. WKKHI.Y NICWN-ilOlTltNAIi. Sb Ntwi , itnoll hnil , KS1. Thn Jonrtml , ailitlilUhml 1S71 Kr rjr Krlilar. Ilr mnll per jronr , tt.M. Kntrtd nlthn t'nutollloo at Norfolk , Nnli. , ni Hoonil olnn mnltor , jrltplion i Kdltorlnl llnimrtmfliit , No. 22l llnilnoin Olllon ntid Jolt ftooniK. Nil. .122. Mankod robbers turned Ilio tables on n MimionpaliH gambling IIOUHO and ro- Hovcd it of $ ' . ' ,000 in rash. Tlioy now know how it siumis to bo on the wrong utdo of nnothor man's game For some time tbo people of Now Hoohollo , N. Y. , have boon frightened by a tnll ghost with n black face , but , the other night farmer took ix slash nt it with his whip mill knocked the kid oft bin stilts nnd sent him howling from the Hold. Modern ghost si-arcs do not otiokwnll when they nro thoroughly investigated....

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 — 21 November 1902

FRIDAY MOYRMTIER 21. Arbitrators Grow Weary of i Long Cross Examination. 'QUIZ OF MITCHELL CONTINUES , 'AVItnets Refuses to Admit That Reign of Terror Existed In Anthracite Rc glen Says the Union Is Not to Blame for Rioting. Bcranton , Pa. , NOT. 19. President Mitchell , for tha fourth successive 'day ' , occupied the witness stand dur ing the two sessions of the strike com' mission and was cross oxauilnud by [ three attorneys for as many coal com * lyanlos. While a considerable amount jof Information for the enlightenment of the commissioners was brought out the day was a rather quiet ono com pared with these that hare preceded ill. The arbitrators are growing rest * less In consaquenca of the long cross | zamlnatlon , which apparently does mot bring out the facts aa fully as the commission would llko to have them presented. Sereral tlmos during the course of tha session Chairman Gray { reminded the attorneys of the value of jtlme and suggested that cross exanil- -JAtloa be limit d...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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