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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 18 December 1903

Death of G. W. Norwood Causes Sorrow. BURIED BY THE ODD FELLOWS A. C. McFarland Went to David City For the Remains and Funeral Was Held Friday Ulntentlonal Dose of Morphine Believed Cause of Death. The body of George W. Norwood , a well known Lynch citizen was found Tuesday morning about a mile south of David City , Nebraska , on the right of way of the B. & M. railroad. The above news startled and grieved the people of Lynch Tuesday about noon when R. H. Harris received a telegram from Coroner D. M. Sample of David City. The family were nt once notified and of whom it was learned that Mr. Norwood had not been seen since Saturday morning but thai1 they thought ho was out with his son , Theodore , near Monowl , as he had loft home Saturday without say ing that he was going away. Further wiring established the fact that the body found near David City was un doubtedly that of Mr. Norwood , and the Odd Fellows lodge , of which he was a member , called a meeting and appointed A. C. M...

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 — 18 December 1903

'I III * ' NJMI/liMI If MMUrtf. 11III I. Ir Til 12 NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , DKCEMHEIl 18 , 1903. | v Decision of Supreme Court in Important Case. INSURANCE TAX HELD GOOD. Question Raised on a Mandamus Case form Douglas County , Involving Right to Levy a Special Tax Pre vious Decision by Commissioners. Lincoln , Dec. 1 , I p. m. Special to The News : The supreme court In HOHnlon hero this afternoon , handed down a decision sustaining the new Htato revenue law. The question of validity was brought against the HOC- tlon lmHslng | a special tax against the foreign Insurance companion do ing business In the state , and this section was uphold by the court an well as all ether sections. .Much Interest was shown In > the ruling of the court nnd many people have been awaiting this decision' slnco It was understood that a ruling would bo handed down today. History of the Case , The revenue law Is the one passed by the recent session of the legisla ture , changing the method of nssnss. Ing ...

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 — 18 December 1903

TillNOKKOLK ] NMWS : KKIDAV , ll MHHIt K J 1)0J ) ! Men Who Dynamited Institu tion at Quimby , la. , Caught , ALL THE MONEY IS RECOVERED. The Robbers Who Got Away With $3- , 000 In Cash are Taken at Sheldon , la. , and Make no Effort to Get Away or to Fight the Officers. Sheldon , In. , Dec. 17. Special to The News : The Quimby bank rob bers who yesterday dynamited the bank at that place mid secured $3,000 In cash , have been captured hero and \irc now In charge of the officers. All of the money was recovered. The robbers made no attempt what ever to escape after they realized that they wore taken and they put up no STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION Ofganlzatlon Is Now In Official Existence - istence and Has More Authority Than the Old One. Lincoln , Dec. 17. The new stale board of equalization and assessment Is in official existence. The board met In the private office of Governor Mickey for organization , as specified by Hie new law. Those present were Governor Mickey , Commissioner Foi...

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 — 18 December 1903

NIlMfc'MI tf t1l TI -r NOHKOliK NMWS : KIM DAY , I ) ISC' IS Al HIM IS , HM ( County Treasurers Take Coin- mission From School Fund. STATE DOARD TAKES ACTION Dy Resolution of the Doard Attorney General Prout Ic Asked to Give An Opinion On the Legality of the Law. IKioni Krl'li.y'H ' . Dull ) . ] Hlnco Nebraska has been a state it linn been customary to pay county treasurers a per centago out of the school monies by thorn collected. At last It has occurred to some one that this IH contrary to the provision of the constitution which piovldes that all 'educational funds belonging to the state Hlmll remain forever Invio late and undlmlshed , the Ink-rout and Income whereof only are to bo used. hand Commissioner Follmor IH said to bo the man who brought the mat- ton to the attention of the board of educational lands and funds. The board took no action on the matter , but authorized a resolution to be drawn asking Attorney General Prout for an opinion on the legality of the practice of pa...

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 — 25 December 1903

BHMaHMMciMMHVHVBMaiMHHVin INI * > Mw M MMMM vMmnHMmHMM , " - - - _ _ _ THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS JOURNAL NOHKOMC , NUHKASKA , KIM PAY , nKCKAIMKH 52 , 11108 Financial Condition Better Than Last Year. NEBRASKA'S DEPOSITS GROWING Report Just Issued By the State BankIng - Ing Board Shows a Prosperous Con dition In Nebraska State Banks Hold $37,073,882.24 on Deposit. Lincoln , Doc. 21. The financial out look for the stale Is much inoro Mat tering tlmn at this time- last year , ac cording to the report just Issued by the state banking board In regard to the condition of state banks at the close of business November 17. De posits aggregate $37,073,882.21 and the total loans and discounts amount to $31G30,32l.2n. Total resources are $48,012,199.51. A comparison with last year's re port for the same date shows that the deposits have Increased $2,580- 202.98 and that bills payable and rediscounted - discounted have decreased $92,190.25. Loans have Increased $1,803,507.19. There are at prese...

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 — 25 December 1903

I 1-1 u II 'I ' I IB NOHKOUC NlflWR : KlUDAY , DIUt'EMHEIt 25 , K03 New Brick Home of Engines is Being ; Used Now. M. & O. LOCOMOTIVES ARE IN IT. The New 16-Stall Home of the Steeds Is Now Sheltering the Machines Which Run Into Norfolk Other People Notice Norfolk. IFrom Frlclny's Dully 1 Tito magnificent now roundhoiiBoat the Northwestern yards , South Nor folk , Is now occupied by the mon ster steeds of steel and the old struc ture has been abandoned an n shel ter for the machines. The new homo for the drivers IB n IG-stnll Institution , modern In eovry way and equipped with all of the lat est methods for conveniently taking euro of the locomotives. It Is the newest on the entire Northwestern Hystem and IB , too , the Uncut that the companv possesses. M. & O. Engines There. The locomotives on the Chicago , St. Paul , Minneapolis & Omaha line which run Into Norfolk are now housed In the now roundhouse of the Northwestern. These locomotives were turned out Into the cold a...

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 — 25 December 1903

THE iNOKFOiMC Nti\VS \ : I-MMDAY - , MlOtt. County Commissioners Deduct From Bills. POOR FARM REPORT IS MADE. Cash Balance on Hand a Portion of Which Was Ordered Paid to the County Treasurer Numerous Debts Against the County Were Allowed. Madison , Nob. , Doc. 15 , 1903. Board of county commissioners mot imrtmant to adjournment. All members pres ent. Minutes of Inst meeting were rend and on motion approved. On motion the following assessments on lot 11 , of sub-division of block 7-11-15 and lots 1 , 5 , C block 1 , Durlnnd's First addition to Norfolk wns reduced to $15.00 for the year 1894. An affidavit was on flic allowing that the lot wns assessed ns an Improved lot whorens it was unimproved. On motion the following bills were rejected for not being proper charges ngainst the county : J. A. Ilalney , deputy game warden , fees stnto vs. Hal- verstcin ? 7 GO Warner Hale , damages 20 00 A. L. Stewart , publishing Com. letter li 00 On motion the following bills were allowed : M. J. Ro...

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 — 25 December 1903

IIII4' Ml.MArU. MIMI , 4 XT TI1K NORFOLK NKVVS : FRIDAY , DECEMBER S5 , lt)03. ) THE NORFOLK NEWS W. N. HUSK , rnlillihrr. ItAlliV , ( nutnlillRtioil 1887. ] Every Ony except Sunday. Ily cnr tier per wnoU , IK coiitB , Uy Norfolk poittomco delivery , pop ycnr , $8.00. uy mull nn r\iral routrit niul outiUlo of Norfolk , par ycnr , $3.00. WKIiKI.Y Nr.WN-JOUllNAI , . NOWB , Kntnblliihoil , 1H8I , The Journnl , eitnlillaliad , 1887 , flQvory Frltlny. Iy rnntl per your , ll.RO. Entered nt tlio jioHtofllco nt Norfolk , Nob. , na Bccond clous matter. Telephones : Kdttorlal Department , No. 22. HuMticBS Oillco u ml Job nooniB , No. 322. Scnntor lllotrlch inny not bo guilty , but It looks very iniicli nH though It wan up to blin to jirovo It. Wltli Christmas nnil Now Yearn passed tlio people can bo expected to ilovoto thulr unillvlilcil attention to tlio nppronchlng national campaign , The tlmo IH not very fur distant when tlio husband , of IIH ! wlfo ciui upend n Hnppy Christmas In trentlng...

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 — 25 December 1903

'IIB NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , DKtMQMHIilU 26 , li-OI Telephone Lineman Caught "by Electric Light Line. FACED 2,200 VOLTS OF CURRENT. City Was In Darkness For a Time Last Evening , While a Nebraska Tele phone Employe Crawled Down From His Nest of Dangerous Strings. It was not exactly a man up a tree but It was a man up a telephone wire last night that caused the electric lights all over the city to Dicker out for a little while to give the fellow a chance to get down alive. Jack Horton was the Nebraska Tel ephone lineman who saw electrocu tion staring him In the face from his perch in the wires above Norfolk av enue nnd It was for his sake that the city was doused Into darkness shortly after the night current had been turned on at the eleclrlo light plant. * * "i 2.20J Volts of , Electricity. There were Just exactly 2,200 volts of the fiercest electricity anyone ever saw , running thrciligh ( he wires that stretched Just below the nest of the lineman and to have touched the tiny strin...

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 — 25 December 1903

II III' U MMU/0. 1,11)11 1 TI1K NOKKOMC NKNVS : FRIDAY , DKCKAIHUH 25 , 1903. N Joe K.ilnl Blows Top of His ' * , Head off With Shotgun. k ' YOUNG MAN TWENTY YEARS OLD Seated at the Dinner Table Saturday Noon , a Quarrel Arose and the Ter rible Tragedy Resulted Dies In Hla Own Brother's Dooryard , Crolghton , Nob. , Hoc. 21 Special to The NOWH : .loo Kalal , a young , unmarried man of Lynch , came to a torrlblo death Saturday afternoon by blowliiK the top of hlH own head off with at Hhnt Kun. The triple deed .1 was committed In the dooryard of hlH . brother Just after the noon hour and came aH a sequel to a ( inarrol which nroso during the family meal. The Holf-miirdored young man lived with hlH brother at the homo ono inllo \ \ northwest of Lynch. Saturday jioou the family all sat down together for \ \ their dinner IIH URiiul , and began to cat. Words uroHO between certain iHomborH of the family and .loo. and n heated conversation followed. The discussion grow HlroiiKor and stronge...

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 — 25 December 1903

Had West Point Financiers on the Go Some. HE SAW VISIONS OF ROBBERS. Traveling Musicians Thought to be Burglars In Disguise and Every Bank Official Was Summoned Down Town at Midnight to Protect Vaults. West Point , Neb. , Dec. 19. Special to The News : An Individual of this 'town , made exceedingly mellow by oft repeated and copious Imblbatlous of the sparkling timber fluid , created n panic among the bank officials of this City at a late hour last night by Informing them that there were bank robbers In town and there was Immi nent danger that the bank building would bo entered , the vaults blown to smithereens and the currency cart- 9d away , If they did not have a care. The suspicions of the mellow Indi vidual were aroused by the appear- nncff In a saloon of a couple of trav I ] eling musicians whom ho at once dc- cldeti wcro bank burglars traveling Incog. Ho went to a telephone and took possession of the system until he hail rung out of bed at their re spective homes each bank pr...

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 — 25 December 1903

r IHEH 25 , 1903. [ ropyrlcht , 1003 , by P. A. Olicr , ] N13 ChrlHtmnn m o r n I n g not many yearn ago I found myself up a trco in Crusoe's Inland. I wan hunting incut fur my Christmas din ner shortly aft er (111 y break th nt morning , mid IIH tlio most abundant sup ply wim prom ciiufior. , ised by the pec- curies , or wild hogs , that rnimotl the island , I hud left camp and slut-ted out after them. It was great fun for awhile , for I fell In With a herd of about u doxcn and hud Hccured two of the "varmints" when the survivors , seeming to think tliut "turn-about IN fulr pliiy , " began hunt ing me. Then the Hltuullou iiHHtimed u dln'eient nnpcct entirely , for the pee- cury when aroused IH one of the most bloodthirsty of crcntutuu and IIH ie- venguful IIH an Indian. Fortunately for me , a gtcat gum tree Htood conven iently near , and by means of the lianas that Nwung from lln branches I wart noon Hufo from harm and looking CM I in ly down upon the little block boustH IIH they r...

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 January 1904

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS = JOURNAL. , , , . , . . NOUKOUC jYlOHHASIvA I'MHDAY ' .lANUAHY H I'.WI. ' Oscar Strand of Buttc Almost Met Death Yesterday. WIRE CONTAINED 10,000 , VOLTS. Non-Completion of the Circuit Alone Saved His Life Body Taken Down In Limp Condition Business Sus pended Many Men Turn Pale. Bntto , Neb. , Jan. 7. Special to The News : Oscar Strand , a llnoman , almost mot death on a llvo wire carrying 10,000 volts yesterday after noon. Having withstood the Inten sity of such a shock for several min utes , his body was taken down In a . limp condition , the electricity having burned him severely. Ho was only saved from Instant electrocution by the fact that his body came In con tact with but ono wire , thus complet ing no circuit. Mr. Strand was taken down-rssoon ns the current could bo shut off , and nt the end of an hour or two ho was brought back to consciousness through every moans of restoration. He Is getting along as well as could bo ex pected after such a charge ...

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 January 1904

TIII : Nom-mic - NHWS : I-MMDAY , .IANI-AKV sm. \ \ . Retires from Head of the Union Pacific Company. ANNOUNCE RETinEMENT TODAY Horace G. Hurt , Who Has Hnd a Phe nomenal Career In Railroad Circles Declines to Longer Servo as the President of the Union Pacific. Onmlin , .Inn. 2. Special to The News : Horace (1. ( Hurt , for mmm yearn president of Ilio Union Pae.lllc rnllwny coinimny , thlH morning ten dered Ills resignation IIH tlio lii'iul of ficial of that ( oniimiiy. Tlio action of President Hurt \va received with considerable tnirprlHu in railway circles hero , aw It hail not oven boon hinted at. outside of a very fmv leading olllolalH. who had hoard It Intimated that Mr. Hurt would ro- idgn. Considerable iipccnlntlnn IH In dulged In IIH to tlio moaning of thl inovo on tlio part of 1'roHldont Hurt. It IH well known hy loading rallroiul inun that Mr. Hurt wan advanced to bin olllci ) by Northwestern lulhionco , in fact ho came from tlio Northwest- crn to the Union raclllc , nnd 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 — 8 January 1904

TIIM vh'\v - I.-IMIUY .1 \vr\UY s IIIDI. Boncstcel Sends a Representa tive to Washington. S.F.LUCAS WAS THE MAN CHOSEN He Will Go to the National Capital to Present the Arguments to Congress Which Appeal to the West and Ought to Touch Others. [ From Monday's Dally. ) At a mooting of tlio Commercial club Saturday evening a committed composed of S. M. Llndloy and .1. M" . Biggins was appointed to raise funds for tlio purpose of sending a repre sentative to Washington In tlio Inter est of the passage of tlio Rosebud res ervation bill. The committee reported at another meeting Monday evening. The report was adopted and the com mittee continued. S. P. Lucas was almost tlio unani mous choice of the contributors and lie was selected to go to the capital to present the argument that Is evident from this vantage ground. Honcstool Pilot. PIERCE. Mrs. Mary Dreyer and family , who have been living at Norfolk the past year , have made arrangements to move' to Pierce In tlio near future. She has ...

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 January 1904

THE NORFOLK NtiWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 8 , 1904. THE NORFOLK NE\VS Wt N.- HUSK , rnblUhrr. DAILY. ( Kittnbllvhed 1887. ] Every < 1ny except Buntlny. Iiy car- rler per week , 16 cent * . Ily Norfolk pontortlco ilnllvory. per yenr. .00. Hy mnll on rurnl route * nml oiitnulo of Norfolk , per ycnr. 13.00. , MT.I'.Kl.Y NUW.t-JOIIllNAI. . " > hB Newd , rc tnlll lioil , 1881. The Journnl , cutnlillalieil , 1887. ICvery Frlilny. Hy mnll per yenr , Jl.BO. Kntereil nt tbo pontolllco nt Norfolk , Neb. , na seconil cliiRH mnttor. Teloplionc : Kdltorlnl Dopnrtmcnt , No. 22. lliifllnenn Olllcn nml Job Ilooms. No. 328. Norfolk nml north Nobrnskn Imvo been doing Homo leaping without wall- liiK for n lonp year , but they will keep It up. , Now IB the tlmo when tlio people of Norfolk nro drawing tbolr breath bct\yoen riiHlicn anil planning to boost the city Htlll further toward HH cor- ( tnln tlopUny ) , IIH the metropolis of north Nebraska. It la a .good Plan to nuvor innlio aNew Now Ycnr , reso...

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 January 1904

THE NORFOLK NEWS : KIUDAY , .1ANIUKY 8 , 11)0 ) i Board of Education After Those Who Mar Property. SOME ARRESTS ARE LIKELY. 1 Fifteen Boys Were on the Carpet Be fore the Board This Morning and All May be Prosecuted Brokb Into the Grant School and Took Things. The members of the board of edu cation held a special session this fore noon at which a number of the boys who are attending the schools were ' brought up on the carpet , charged with various misdemeanors nnd abuses of school property. About llfteoii boys appeared before the board and made admissions and Incriminated each other to.the extent that the mem bers of the board are confident that they are on the right track toward the apprehension of the boys who have been doing damage and committing nuisances for some time past about the school buildings and outhouses. Two of them are alleged by the board to bo especially guilty of mis demeanors nnil these they expect to prosecute at once while the other thirteen will be arrested , ...

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 — 8 January 1904

Till' ' . NOHFOIiK NtiWS : KHIDAV , , IAXITAHY 8 , 11)0-1 ) C. R. Crumb , Receives Very Bad Compound Fracture. HAS DEEN TAKEN TO HOSPITAL Working With n Hnlf Dozen Norfolk Men at Hubbard , He Dropped Upon the Frozen Ground and Splintered the Elbow Joint Other Injuries. [ Kroin ButtirOny'H Dully ] C. K. Crumb , n llnonmn for the Ne braska Telephone oonii | ny. IH ut ( ho Suiter sanitarium with n very badly I > rokon elbow. Ho foil from u telephone - phone polo twonty-Ilvo foot'high tuul lit upon the point of hlH elbow Joint. The result was u compound fracture from which Mr. Crumb HufforH much pain. HlH bach \VIIH also hurt unit ho was brulHOil pretty generally. The accident occurred t Hubhurd last night. Six moil were Hout there to do line work. Ho wnH brought In on the M. ft. O. train this morning. J , W , GIBSON WINS PREMIUMS His Fancy Fowls at the Fremont Show Make Good With the Judges For Prizes. [ Fiain Monilny'H Dully.1 J. W. Gibson of this pity IIHH n num ber of luindmuuo p...

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 — 8 January 1904

r - . X 1 THK NOKKOUv XMWS. FIA { | | ) , .lANt'AHY s , 11)01 ) C. W. Smith Describes His Experience - perience at the Theater. SAW THE HEAPS OF DEAD BODIES Says That No Newspaper Report Has Given Anything Like a Real Picture - ture of the Awfulness of the Trage dy c. A. Madsen Alive. There were several Norfolk people nt the Chicago II ro of lost week. One Norfolk man who arrived In the wlmly city on the clay after the dis astrous catastrophe was C. W. Smith , the well known commercial traveler who makes the territory out of this point. Mr. Smith Rot there In tlmo to witness all of the terrible scenes which have lieeu touched upon by the ncw.spapor reports ami his de scription of the nwfnlncsH of It all Is stirring to a degree. Mr. Smith told It to a News reporter this morn- Ing. Ing."No "No one who has not seen the place could possibly appreciate the awfulness - ness of the lire and Its effects. 1 shall never forget as long as I live. The newspapers , whllo they have given column a...

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 — 8 January 1904

' 8 THH NORFOLK NMWS : FIUDAY , JANUARY 8 , J904 Fire Might Produce a Tragedy in Many of Them. NEED MORE AND BETTER EXITS. Fire Drills at the Schools , Flro Es capes for the Halls and Other Pre cautions Advisable Teat Exits at Auditorium This Evening. TOWMH mid cities everywhere im nroiiHtMl hoenuHo of the Chicago thea tre tragedy , mill the ( illlcliils are ac tive In making Investigations of pub- Ho buildings and demanding procau- lloaary moasuios. Because this ca lamity liiiiu | | < iu < ( l In a largo oily tlioro IH tin reason why I ! could not ho dup licated In a smaller town. Audiences aH 1 in no assemble In public places In smaller towns , and a horror equal ing that of ( ho IronnolH might easily ho duplicated under proper condltlouM. It IH prolmhlo that Norfolk buildings are as safe aH any of Ilioin , and no building In Norfolk Is hotter equipped with openings for egress thnli IH the Auditorium , hut It IH not the only ono that Hhonld ho toHted and OMIIII- Ined. l-'lro...

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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