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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 29 May 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 149 , 11)03 ) , Northwestern Company Will Remodel at South Norfolk. THE YARDS WILL BE MILE LONQ. Extend West to Thirteenth Street From the Y. MACHINE SHOPS COMETO CITY. Now Coal Sheds With Improved Sys tern Water kFrom1 Elkhorn Five Miles of Side Tracks Complete New , Buildings i [ From Thursday's Dally. ] Plans hnvo boon completed and land has boon purchased by the Northwestern railroad company in this city , for nn onoruious increase in their facilities for handling rolling stock , which will prao tiCnlly make an entirely now yard in South Norfolk , much lurgor and very much improved in every way. The im proveinenti planned will cost mivny thousands of dolluts and work will bo commenced hnmi'diatoly. Two or three mouths will'bo n quired for the change and at the end of that tiuio the railroad district of South Norfolk will look like on entirely different city. The improvements , as given out by Superintendent Reynolds to Tins Ni\vs : this morning , ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 29 May 1903

1C THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 29 , HER BANKERS Dy C B. Lwln < O > ) i/rf0M | , 1 No other llttlu blond widow ImR had puch lurk before or idnco. When Hlie iflrovo tip to thi ) Hcnfdioro hotel In thu PLIUH , Bovon different men wore liiMant- ly conscious of a feeling of ndnilra- lion for her. Hho WIIH petite and hand- eomo and vivacious and a widow. Those ROVOII inon worked for Intro- Auctions and got tluun. They workoil to make an Impression , and each suc ceeded. There were a Major MarHh. a Judge Trua-t , n Lawyer Hopkins , a real estate man , a capltallHt and n contractor. It kept thu little blond widow rather busy to entertain thu . nuven and witlufy each one that the other NX ! were totally Indifferent to tier , tint by rising early and sitting up Into Hhe managed things very well In deed. Khit also managed to let It he known that her latu deceased had left tier something like a million dollars. She might have given exact figures , hut nho didn't. Hhu inlgh * . have ai...

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 — 5 June 1903

I I Hi H II B IEvH IHiH I HMI H lHM HPPI IHM BH II H Hi HH H HM I B H H HI H H I HI H I H BI HH H HH H H THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL PART ONE , NOJIFOL1C , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , JUNE 6 , 1JJ03. PAGES 1 TO 8 , Commencement Exercises Held Saturday Night. 'METHODIST ' CHURCH FILLED. Vast Crowd of Frlcuds Gathered in The Great Auditorium to Watch The Graduation Every Member In The Class Did Well. [ From Monday's Dally. ] At the Methodist Episcopal church Saturday evening , before a crowd of people that filled all available standing room , of the immense auditorium , the class of 1003 , Norfolk high school , hold commencement exercises nud received their diplomas. As announced by programs .tho class consisted of fourteen members , nine ladles nnd five young men. The de parture of John A. Johnson , however , left but a baker's dozen to appear in the church Saturday night for graduation. Jt was n pretty commencement pro gram , nud was successful throughout. The nine girl graduates were b...

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 — 5 June 1903

2 T1IE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JUNK 5,100:1. : PitchcdBattlc in Kansas Over Cattle Fences , THREE FARMERS , TWO OTHERS. Row of LonR Standing Rosulfa In Donth to Lenders of tlio Hostile Sldo In Free For-AII Fighting nt the End. St. Francis , Kan , , Juno 4. Spoolal to The News : In n stirring pltohnd Imttlo that occnred hero today botwoou farm- era of the vicinity nnd oattlo inoii , tliroo fanners nnd twooattlo men were killed. The trouble ronultcd from n mcntt row in regard to certain fonocR , nnd the fool * ing previous to the notion wan lutoimn. There hnd boon nnmorotiH thronts nnd today the hostile forces mlxod in the froo-for-nll fight with it fntnl ending. INTEREST GROWS WITH TEACHERS More People nro Coming to Norfolk for the Institute Today. [ From Thurmlny'n Dally , ] Moro Bohool um'nniH , from nil over the country , hnvo been coining into Norfolk during the past day or BO , nnd the end of the hmtltnto , that is now in BOBslon nt the high school building , promises to bo of o...

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 — 5 June 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , ,11'NK ' I V Hanna Men Control the Colum bus Convention. 'MYRON HERRICK FOR GOVERNOR. 'Convention Agrees on a Head for the State Ticket Resolutions Promise Support to President Roosevelt In 1904 No Chanoe In Tariff. Columbus , O. , Juno 4. The feature of the opening session of the He pub lican stuto convention here was the speech of United States Senator Mar cus A. Hanna , temporary chairman. In fact there was little else to the ses sion , as the convention clkl nothing be yond effecting Its organization. Unit ed Statea Senator Foraker was made permanent chairman. In the district conventions the so- called Hanna men had everything their own way In seventeen out of the tweuty-ono congressional districts. Prom the result of these meetings It is apparent that the , Hanua men con- ' Irol the convention. It Is generally known that Myron T. Hcrrlck of Cleveland , who will bo nom inated for governor without opposi tion , joins Mr. Hanna in the doalro cot to dict...

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 — 5 June 1903

THIS NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JUNE 5 , IU08. Th f4o at prtBont needs ilrnlnngo anoro tlinn Irrigation , Crops tlmt have started nppcar to stand n fntr clinnco of bcatliiK the to maturity. Spain , the liouio of the bull fl ht , draws tlio line on uutomobllo rncoR , an too entirely brutal to bo considered. Norfolk energy has been resting long enough to make the era of prosperity ow opening ono of remarkable activity Itiapcrhnpa usolcna to ccmplnln , bnt the vrcftthcr clcik'B reports i\ro certainly Incoming n decidedly monotonous tory. Snmhlno nutl warm weather la long past duo. Jupiter Pluvlufl should ro anovo hlfl bnufrom the weather nud glv ( thorn n ohanco. It Is simply nHtoiiithIng what a watorj clement the Nebratha sky cnn bo who it becomes thoroughly doteimlucd t ( precipitate moisture. If thcro wan only a llttlo moro wate the navy might have fnrnlBhcd a flotlllr to escort President Roosevelt on hi return trip through NobriuUa. It ia Bald tlmt the Ions of stock througl floods and...

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 — 5 June 1903

PHK ISOKFOUv Fill DAY , Jl'NK o , IMW V ; Worst of Flood Situation is Now ' s'r * , at Kansas City. BELIEVED OVER FIFTY ARE DEAD Gas , Electric Light and Water Plants Are Shut Down Work of Rescue Progrcssea Rapidly , but Many Are Yet Exposed No Relief In Sight. Kansas City. June 2. With gas and electric lights extinguished , the water works shut down , and the city practic ally at the mercy of the first fire thnt shall break out , with rallrond trans portation feeble nnd uncertain. Knn- ens City mny , If the wntcrs do not re cede within the next two or three days , bo compelled to fight for her very life. The rnln Is fnlllng honvlly , more stormy weather Is sweeping up from the west , and the Insatiable river \ , , Is holding Its own. It Is practically f stationary , but what the flood has , It keeps , nnd there is no certain promise of when It will recede. The first au'hontlc Information from Kuncns riiv Kin , , was rorelvcd Inst night. In 'bat district 20.0 ° 0 people nre homplos ...

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 — 5 June 1903

G TTI13 NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JUNE 5,1003. County Teachers arc in Nor folk all This Week. NEARLY ONE HUNDRED HERE. Interesting Meetings nro Plnnnotl for the Work Professors of Training Will Have ClmrRC of Vnrlous Classes Began This Mornlnjr . [ From Mondny'8 Dnlly. ] The county teachers' instltulo , under nupon-Moii of County SuHulntontlotit | O. W , Oriun , opened In tlio high Hcliool Imtldlng lit 8 o'oloolc tills morning , with eighty-live In uttoiuliuico , inirt will re- inuln In Bosilon until Situiday. IiiHtruotorfl for tlui Imtintto nro : Buporlntondpnt I ) . 0. O'Connor , reading niul the clnmontH of agrlcultnrci mill imtnrt ) study ; Piof. Gillinn , of Milwau kee , liuiiniiiKi'Mi grammar , geography nnd arlthmotlo ; Superintendent Hear- HOII , of Wahoo , hlNtory and pmlugogy ; JUrs. LUliun Uoreoho-Uope , iniwlo and drawing. Hound tables will bo conducted dur. ing the uftoriiooiiH for primary work nnd bonlniuTH , The enrollment this year in 1m than tifliml , owing > o the...

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 — 5 June 1903

THE NOHFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , ,11'XK T > , 11)03 ) , Incomplete Vote Gives 166 forte to 1,350 , Against. NOT A PRECINCT FAVORABLE , Fourth Ward of This City Gives Strongest Endorsement of Any Heard From Not n Doubt About the Position of the People. [ From VVcdncsdny'a Dally. ] As was anticipated , the bonding pro position met with overwhelming defeat nt the bands of the voters yesterday in nil portions of the county. As Eomuono expressed it "tho ratio wns Worsttbnn 10 to 1" against the bonds. The voting precinct shosving the strongest vote for the bonds us far as reported was the Fourth warn of this city where the people plo were particularly interested iu n now bridge. It wns rumored nt first thnt the bonds lnul carried there but later information was that they had failed of a majority by two or three votes. In Madison , where it was expected that there would bo strong support for the bomUthey fatlerl of n majority vote by more than two to one , and in Shell Creek them were but si...

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 — 5 June 1903

a IIIKMIltFOLK M3WS : FUTDAY , JUNE C , 11103. SHORTY M'GOVBRN , BURGLAR "By Frederick. White S > lullfll(5 ( Khorly McGovrrn was n good bur- jjlar from a bimlneHH standpoint , i lllrt vIctlniN would probably have ad mitted an much had they boon called tipon to testify , but they never hud the opportunity , for Shorty always HUC- reeded In gelling away wifely. I From the ethical standpoint , It maybe bo presumed that hoVIIN a bad bur- ttlar ; but , being human , 11 may also bo presumed that there was Mill HOIIIO lit- , tlc good In hU makeup. 1 And good there wan , us the few who know him well wore willing to swear. A master craftsman , a stanch frk < nd nnd , outside of his profession , a man of quiet , fclmplo tunics. 1 A reader of hooks between Jobs , and not too diligent at his work , whk-li In bis case \VIIH more to be commended limn deplored , Shorty often strolled about uptown Bonietlmos with an eye to future busl- . new , more ol'Um bocnuno he llkiul to feel that he was...

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 — 5 June 1903

_ _ . _ . _ , , , . „ . _ uiMiwMO VHnOOTVMMTIBMVHHOT \ THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWSJOURNAL. PART TWO. NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , , ! UNK 0,11)03 ) , PAGES 0 TO 12 , .Does Great Damage to Ship ping Interests. 'FOUR AMERICAN SHIPS LOST. Sliamshus Wrecked , Poarla Devlsayas 'Sunk , Haurefol and Mayflower Lost Part of Ono Crew Wont Down 'With Ship. Manila , Juno 5. Spoo'.nl to The News : . A dUaBtrocs and fatal hurricane nwopt over the Philippine islands today , doing . 'iuimonso dauiiga : to shipping interests , wrecking completely several American 'vdssols nud ending the lives of a number of American sailors. > - The Uulted States transport Slmmshuc \ was utterly demolished by the storm. TCho U. S. steamer Dovlsayas was sunk nnd port of its orew wore lost and the TJ. S , steamers Haurefel and Mayflower wore lost. The crows on board those two vessels , were saved. ' TH REE SLAIN BY CATTLEMEN. 'Hanchman and Two Sons Killed and a Fourth Son Mortally Wounded. ht. Francis , Kan. , Juno 5....

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 — 5 June 1903

10 THE NOKFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JUNE 5 , THE NORFOLK NEWS \V. N. HU8E , Putollnhor. OA1I.V. tK UblUliwll 7.1 Uvotv tli\y Mcoi > t HmuKv. lly carrier i > er wwlt , 15 tfoiiti , l ynmlli _ ryci > r , W.W. WKPKI.Y NUWS-JOUHNAI. . The Nown , Kli WI ) i l. 1MI. . . , . Tlin Journal , MlnhllMiod , 1877. Every Frlilny , lly mnll jmr ycnr , ll.W. Sri-ciAi , NOTICR , AdtMieo njl > crli > tlon to the MSWH-JOUHNAL will l > o t Vwi until October . 18 ixt the rate of l. l l > or yrar. Old nib. tcrlbor * mr\r hiuo tlio hpnuflt of tlili rnto by . Wins nrrcKrntto * to dale at tlio rrRiilar Mil ) ncritttion nrlco niul one ywtr In atltntico. Tlili IwcUl ollorlll t ) withdrawn October 10. Knterctt al the t > oitofllco nt Norfolk , Neb , , econd clrvid matter , Tolmihonen Kcllt'orlnl.iu . ii rtmeiil , No. Olllce ami Job lloomi. No. 822. Bluco the inpromo court hna BO or dered , It IB poiRlblo that Ex-Seorotary of Stnto Porter will uow put It buck. Kansas did not have n BulTlolouo...

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 — 5 June 1903

V THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , , UrXK a 1MM. 11 OPHTHALMOLOGY ! A Science for the Analysis of the Causes of Human Ills and How to Abolish Them. Arc yon well ? If not , WOMEN. . these How long have I Buffered ? Hnw much hare I Buffered ? < t > * * How bavo I beou treated ? How innoh did it cost ? How much benefit did I re- oelvo ? Why did the doctors full ? Were they treating the cause , or wore they treating the symptomf ? Have I consulted an ophthal mologist ? DR. . MARQVARDT , OPHTHALMOLOGIST. III $ A ' AFTER A HOUSE ! The Elkh'orn B. & S. association will make you a loan to baild or bay on fa vorable terms. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. PARISH THE < * ' ' RELIABLE GROCER PAR.ISH DOINT FORGET THE Per Cent 20 Discount on WOMEN'S , MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S OXFORDS We Keep Open Evenings until 9:00 : o'clock ' PALACE SHOE STORE STAPENHORST & CO. , Proprietors. We give Tickets on Ohickering Piano. The Weather. Conditions of the weather as recorded for the 24 hours ending at ...

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 — 5 June 1903

1 ° w THE NORFOLK NKWS : HIIDAY , JUNE 5 , 1903. C. FULLER , MAXAOKIl Madison County Abstract Office , Public Accountant and Expert Typewriter , Fpodnl attention glvnm trnclng dilllmlt tlilrnnitt addresses of non usl do Iniul owners. OFI'ICU : 10-4 South 4th St. , Norfolk , Ncli , WANTED t-KOH NKHRABKA NATIONAL dnnril. AMo'liiMliPil nnnuirrlnu mnn lntwnnu MHO * of 21 niul Seltlieiu \ \ of tlm Unltotl tittnt of itooil clminctnr niul tamimrnlo liivl > - itvlio OHII opimk , ri'nil MM ! wrltu KimlUli , For Informiit on npiily In ' liotlnr A , Knllnr , Cntitnln "ml Il l , iufniitrr , Oem Co. "IV 101 3.4th St. , NiirfofV , Nob. DR. N. J. HOAGLAND Ostcopatltlc Physlclnn. Ion ! 08 liotli nruto nnd nhrnnlo tiiccmwfnU } troiitod without URU of ilritK * or knlfo , Onioo nt ronldonco , 109 North lOtli Stroot. Vlioiio , No. 2.11 Noiii'Ui.R MRS. MOORE , Late of Omaha , has opened Drosmualdng Parlors at hir residence , corner Third St. and Philip Avo. Wedding and Evening Dresses a Specialty. Al...

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 — 12 June 1903

ww B B H B BBH BMPBHHBHHMHW MBBHHBBHBBHBMiMBBHHMM HBBMMBl THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL PART ONE. NOllFOLlv , NEHllASfCA , Fill DAY , JUNK ] 'J , Ji)3 ) ( ) , PAGES 1 TO 8 , Tiddy England , Seventeen Years Old , Sank. / WENT DOWN AT 7:30 : LAST NIGh 'Was Attempting to Swim tlio Swollen Stream In Company With Two Other Boys Employed In Depot Hotel Homo In Omaha , [ From Monday's Dally. ] lu attempting to swim across the torrlflo current of the Elkhorn river nt ' 7:30 : o'clock last evening , Eddy Eug- laud , n boy sovcutoon years old , was caught lu n whirlpool and drowned , directly south of the city oil Fourth . street. At 8 o'clock this aftoriiooii his body had not yet been found. In company with two other boyp , Boy Wolcott , eou of M. O. Woloott , manager of the depot hotel , and a lad named Jensen , England went swim ming early in the evening. Ho was a good swimmer , apparently , and the trio passed the time doing different stunts in the /rater. The river is very high and swo...

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 — 12 June 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JUNE 12,19M. King and Queen of Scrvla Are Slain , MEMBERS OF FAMILY FALL Prince Karngcorgevitch Pro- claimed King , ROYAL TROOPS REVOLTED , Queen's Brother and Slstor and Members of the Court Among the Victims Ruling House Was Un popular and People Rejoice. Belgrade , Sorvln , Jnuo 11. Special to The NOWH : A military rorolntlou of largo proportions nud having fatal ro salto to the ruling honso broke out here last night. The troops thnt revolted were under the leadership of Mixjor Anglkoviok , Their flrst movoinont { was to surround the roynl pnlaco andjontorlng , Jthoy as- B&sslimtod the mouibora of the roynl family nud ollloora and guards. The killed uro : ] King Alexander. Qnoou Draga. ! Quoou Drnga's sister. The qnoou's brother , Nlkodcu. Premier Markovltoh. Minister Potrovltoh. Mlulator Tudorovloa. General Pavlovitoh , formerly ministo : el war. Several members of the roynl guard Prlnoo Knrngoorgovitoh was at one proclaimed king by the revolution...

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 — 12 June 1903

THE NOK1 < XL1C ) NEWS : FRIDAY , JUNK 12 , \ 'Eleven Persons Lose Their Lives in East St. Louis. r ( HUNDREDS ARE STILL MI3SMG. Scores of Houses Submerged Whose Occupants Are Thought to Bo , Drowned Two-Thlrds of the City is Under Water. St. Louis , Juno 11. Almost two- thirds of the territory embraced by .JSast St. Louis , 111. , is under from two to fifteen feet of wntcr. Eleven llvca were sacrificed to the angry waters. * and damage vhlch no man attempted to estimate' has been done to property. Those who were likely to have knowl edge which would enable them to form a rough estimate , when questioned , pointed out over the broad expanse of destructive water and almost In * Tarlably replied : "Look , it's awful , " -nnd turned away. The town was demoralized - moralized , and with reason. Probably never before in the his tory of the country has a more val iant fight by bravo , unflagging men , with defeat hourly staring them In 'their ' faces , been made to protect lives and pr...

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 — 12 June 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY. JUNEP , 1H03. Th Norfolk New * * It would bo no Joke If a droulh would oomo nloiiR now and got the corn crop tlmt hns hot boon drowned out. It is now asserted tlmt Mnrhcn , who liwl machinations on the fund * of the jxntofllco department , in a democrat. It haa been the woltent May in twonly years at Lincoln , nnd it has been far too wet in other portions of the atato. The Fremont Trlbnno hns referred to "TVobstor to provo to the pronont genera tion what the ( sun Is or wns , or was bo llcved to bo , in former agoi. The wonthor is strictly of the Fmmner kind. What hns preceded itwn's n cross between winter nnd spring nud there has been very llttlo genuine upriug. The excessive precipitation hns in no ninrkcd drgrco intoifercd with the Juno weddlnHB , and papers generally nro re porting from ono to n dozen in their respective localities. It would seem that the weather hns At last settled down to behaving itself , but nutheutlo support of the uncon firmed ru...

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 — 12 June 1903

'HK \K\VS : FRIDAY .IUN1512 M)8 ) Artillery Opens Fire on Town With Deadly Effect. ARAB BRIGANDS ARE PUNISHED. French Guno Throw Shells Into Their ' Stronghold and Great Destruction Is Wrought Number oft Tribesmen i t Reported Killed. Bonl'Ounlf , Algeria , June 9. The French artillery opened a preliminary fire at 5:30 : a. m. on Figulg , the strong hold of the rebellious Zenaga tribes men , who recently attacked and tried to ambush Governor General Jonnart and his escort , of whom thirteen were i. , OTX seriously injured. The actual bom- lj/s bardment began at 7:30 : o'clock und s - lasted until 11 n. m. , when a great dot - " , t structlon of houses had been wrought. I The mosque was destroyed and It is , , " jg A. believed a graat number of natives * < A \ were killed. The destruction of the N mosque is expected to have a great ' moral effect. The Moors , concealed in the palm groves , replied with artil lery to the French bombardment , but without effect. All the women and ch...

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 — 12 June 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JUNE 12,1003. Ceremony on Norfolk Govern ment Building ; Shortly. MASONS ARE INVITED TO DO IT. Grnnd LodRO Officers Will be Horo. The Date Will Como Next Week but IB Not Yet Definitely Known. Thousands Exopclcd to Witness. [ From Snturdny'H Dnlly.l The corner mono on the Norfolk gov tjcinuout bulli1li > K will bo laid next week , the ( Into not yet definitely Bottled tled , by tbo Mnnouto ledge Grand ofll cars of the orrtor will bo In tbo oily to liavo charge of tbo ceremony , and tbo occasion will bo ono altogether inipronslvo mid dlHlinotly notable in tlio litRtory of the city. Tbo looul lodtfo Is now in communi cation with ibo grand ledge ollloorfl BO that tbo dny ciin not bo dnlorininoil uu- til they nro lu-nrd from. 0. M. Burn- Iwun , of Tlldrn , n grand ledge dupnty , has oominunloiitirt with the ollloerB who aw to bo luvHiml , und n reply in expected within a dayr o. It will boa MiinnornMo day for Nor. folk , and no doubt , thousands of pcoplo w...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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