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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 13 September 1901

.10 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , SRPTKMBRK 13 , IflOl. A LEAGUE GAME. Norfolk and Crolghton Plnyocl LJnll for Twelve Fnmi Thurcilo ) ' Dully The gnmo of lmno bnll nt Crplghton yesterday butwcon the tonm oftlu \ ( town mid the Norfolk team was prob- nltly the most interesting niul closest contoHt of the HcitRon in the Htiitn. The game resulted in 11 score i ! to 1 in favor of Croighton after a battle royal extending - ing through 12 innliiKH. The OroiKhton touin wns strengthened by it inuitbor of plnyorfl from dltToront parts of the coun try. Hoth tennis wore on their muttlo iintl the twirlers wore given hourly sup port. port.Tho The bnttorli'H were Chontwood nnd Onrrol for Creighton nnd Wilkinson nnd Wllkiim for Norfolk. The feature wns n phuMomonnl catch in the eleventh by .loluiBon of a liot Hnor , whllo run ning with the bull. There were ton in nings without it Hcoro and only ono hit was iiuido during the game , tliat by Jtowo. Ghontwood Htruck out 11 and Wilkinson IT ) . Three in...

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 — 13 September 1901

THE NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , SKITHMHKH 1001. II School Children's ' Eyes Supply Their Intellect Defective eyes stunt the mind Can you expect fair progress in school or success in business if so handicapped ? Examination of children for glasses is a special feature of our Optical Department. G. W. . . . OPTICIAN , NORFOLK - - NEBRASKA. I * LOTS FOR SALE. Good lot nt Jnnctlou I ) lioneo niiil liulf ncroou Third St " Five-room lioiifo on Fourth St 875 HOHPP , biiru and Imlf ncro on Third St . . ( ) J5 L,9iuiHon , Honl EHtate LOW HATKS. T. E. ODIORNE. The Weather. Forecast for Nebraska : Showers this afternoon and in east portion tonight. Cooler west portion touight. Saturday fair. FRIDAY FACTS. The county fair will have its big day tomorrow. Today's rain made the track heavy auel the good events are postponed. Exhibits will bo kept. There will bo a rehearsal Saturday evening at 7:30 at the Congregational church of the Sunday school exercises that are to be held Sunday morning. The peopl...

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 — 13 September 1901

Til 15 NORFOLK NK\VS : FRIDAY , SK1TEMBKR 13 , 1001. Grand Army Takes a Rap at Pension Commissioner , WANT A CHANGE IN THE OFFICE. Report of Adjutant General Shown the Ranks of the Veterans' Orcjnnlza- tlon Are Rapidly Thlnnlntj Out. FlQht for Next Encampment. Clpvi'lnml. Hont. 13. The Unit day of the nallmiiil convention of the (1. A. 11. WIVH tn It IMI ut > by the iTiitlliiK of Iho roportn by tlio coiiiiiiaiuli'r-lii-clili'f , ml- Jutnnl ( jcni-riil , chuplnln ami tlio vari ous com mitt eon. Tlio procoudliiKB of tlio miu'tliiKvcro profaccd by tlio adoption of u rouolutlon tctidnrliiK lo tlio prctilildit tlio iiftrctlimalr nniKnil- illations of tlio (1. A. H. ilium hln rapid cnnvnli'Hfrnro. Tlio roHolntloii wan embodied In a ti'luKiam which WUH Inimi'dlately unit to Mr. McKlnluy at ] ) uffalo , Tlio report of tlio adjutant Konoral shown that tlio niiiUH of tlio 0. A. It. uro rapidly thinning out. Tlio action of the convention on tlio report of the petition commit tun IB Rtlll a ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 13 September 1901

V2 TlIK NORFOLK > fK\VSs > FRIDAY , SKI'TKMHKR 13 , 1001 , Grand Army Takes a Rap at Pension Commissioner. WANT A CHANGE IN THE OFFICE. Report of Adjutant General Shown the Hanks of the Veterans' Org.inlzn- tlon Are Rapidly Thinning Out. Fight for Next encampment. Cleveland. Hopt. 1 ! ! . Tim llrwl iluy of ( ho nntlnniil i ( invention of the fl A. It. wan taken in * by the loading of Ilio loiioi In by the commuinloiMti chief , ad Jutant general , c'haplaln and I IK- vail OUB eoiumltteoH. The pioroodlngH nf the nu'i'tliiK wcro iiiofaccd by ( ho adoption of a resolution tomloilnt ; in the preiildont ( ho affectionate oongtat- itlntloiiH of ( he 0. A. 11. upon hl rapid con vnlon > once. The resolution wan embodied In a telegram which WUH Immediately iicut to Mi. MclCliiloy at Buffalo. This report of tlio adjutant general shown ( hat ( ho ninliH of the f ! . A. II. uro rapidly thinning out. Tlio action of ( ho convention on the icport ol the potiHlon committed lit still a mibjc...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 13 September 1901

T1IK NORFOLK N1NVS : FIJI DAY , SKPTI2MHKR 18 , 1001. Grand Army Takes a Rap at Pension Commissioner. WANT A CHANGE IN THE OFFICE. Report of Adjutant General Shown the Hanks of the Veterans' Orrjanli.v tlon Arc Rapidly Thinning Out. Fight for Next Encampment. Clovolnml. Sept. 13. The Hint tiny of tlio national convention of tinfl A 11 , watt tulu'ii uu l > y tlio n-iullni ; of tlio ioioit | by tlio romiimiiiU'rin dili'f , ml Juiiint ncnciiit , chalnln | ) and tlic vnil oils cuinmlttcou Tlio pioccctlliiRu f tlio iiii'otliiK wcio niofncTtl by Ilio adoption of u resolution tcndciliiK to the proHlilout tlio iiffoi'tlonatc cuiiKrut- ulatloiiH of ( tic ( } A. U. upon lilH rapid convalc'm once Tlio icHulnllnn wan ombodli'il In n tck'Kiain which WUH IniiiiodliiU'ly unit to Mi. MclClnloy at Duffalo. Tlio rcpoit of tlio adjutant Kfiiouil shown that the ninliH of the 0 A. U. uro rapidly thinning out. The action of the convention on the icport ol the potiHlon roinmltU'o In fitlll a inihjuct ...

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 — 20 September 1901

V. . , THE NC.LK WEEKLY NEWSJOUKNA > / . , , , . /0vc. NHIMASKA I'KIDAV Sl'MTKMIUW 20 IDDl. Body of Dead President Borne to the Tomb. PATHETIC PEATURE OF FUNERAL Gricl-ltowcrt Widow Unaltlo to ti1 in Obsequies , FINAL SERVICES OVER DODY. All That Is Mortal of William McKinley - ley Committed to the Grave In His Ohio Home Thousands Pay Touch- i Ing Tribute Imposing Funeral Pro cession. Canton , O. , Sept. 20. With majestic solemnity , surrounded by his country men nml his townspeople , In the pres ence of the president of tha United States , the cabinet , the justices of the United States Hiipronic court , senators and representatives in congress , the Heads of the military and naval estab lishments , the governors of states and n great concourse of people , who had known him , all that Is mortal of the third president to fall by an assas sin's bullet was committed to the grave yesterday. It was a spectacle of grandeur. Canton ceased to be a U'KI.NLUY IIUIUAL PLOT , CANTON. mtt to...

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 — 20 September 1901

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURM , , , NKHUASKA FRIDAY sferrKMmw : > < > win Body of Dead President Borne to the Tomb. PATHETIC FEATURE OF FUNERAL Cricl'-lo\vcd ! Willow Unublo to Tar. licipaio in Olisouii ( ( % FINAL SERVICES OVER DODY. All That IG Mortal of William McKltv Icy Committed to the Grave In Hlo Ohio Home Thousands Pay TouchIng - , Ing Tribute Imposing Funeral Pro cession. Canton , O. , Sept. 20. With innjostlc Eoloninlly , surrounded by Ills country men and his townspeople , lu the pres ence of the president of tha United States , the cabinet , the justices of the United States supreme court , senators and representatives In congress , the lieads of the military and naval estab lishments , the governors of states and a great concourse of people , who had known him , all that Is mortal of the third president to fall by an assas sin's bullet was committed to the grave yesterday. It was a spectacle of grandeur. Canton ceased to ho a ll'KINLBY 11UUIAL I'LOT , CA.VfON....

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 — 20 September 1901

TH NEWSJOUEM f.v VORKOLK , NKHRASKA , FRIDAY , SI-MTKMHKU L'O , I1MH , Body of Dead President Borne to the Tomb. PATHETIC FEATURE OF FUNERAL < ' If Grief-Mowed Widow Unalilo to Par- UniKito in Obsequies , FINAL SERVICES OVER DODY. All That Is Mortal of William McKin- Icy Committed to the Grave In His Ohio Home Thousands Pay TouchIng - , Ing Tribute Imposing Funeral Pro cession. Canton , O. , Sept. 20. With majestic solemnity , surrounded by his countrymen - men and his townspeople , lu the pres ence of the president of tha United States , the cabinet , the justices of the United States supreme court , senators and representatives In congress , the licads of the military and naval estab lishments , the governors of states nnd a great concourse of people , who had known him , all that Is mortal of the third president to fall by tin assas sin's bullet was committed to the grave yesterday. It was a spectacle of grandeur. Canton ceased to he a i if ifi I T Cr , It'UINLUY 11CIUAL PLOT ...

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 — 20 September 1901

1,1 TillNOUTOlk NEWS : FRIDAY , SKPTKMKKU 20. 1001. Vl I I \ 11 Y l.i Hi nl I T Vnpi * . n.In ) U > rirrlor | wr II ) mini pni ) i"ir HOO. \ N | WS .1 Of IISAL. Tlin Jntirnnl. nMnlillMiml IVI7. M llynmll i ir Ji-nr , $1.10. I nt tlio I'oMolllcn nt Norfolk , N h. ( IB IIHH iimttnr TM'iilmtirH rilllnrlnl PriinMinnlit , So 22 | Hnplncm Olllro nml Jolt Knonir. No. 3-2. REPUDLICAN TICKET. State. For .ItnluK of tlu > Hiiirrimi | ( Vutt - H. II , Bllimwirii Vorl Kor HrtfonlKif tlio rilnto Unherill - O.J. KIINHT Mncoln U. l < . Oooi.n * ' Hula Rcpubllcnn County Convantlon. Tlin rnpnlillrmi nlnot rn of Minlimn romil ) , Nalirniikii , urn riKiinvli | < il lit fi'iiil ili'lrualnn from tlin nntiirnl MitliiK liri-o nctK to mcnt In < oinon- lion nt lUtllol'mok Nolir nlit Snpt 21 IWM. nt 11 oVIork n. in. , for tint | niri > ni > n nf plnrliiK liinomlmitlon nun cit il iliiln for nncli of tlin follow IIIK olllci1' . { 'omily'rmmror , ro nty r'nrk. count ) JinlKn comity Hiipmintn...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 20 September 1901

Till.1 Ymil.'Ml.U VIEWS' KIMDAY. SKI'TK.M ItKK ' > , ) mill Chief Executive Passes Away in Peaceful Slumber , END CAME AT 2:15 : IN MORNING. All HHbrls to .Sustain Life Trove to lu ! Una vail ing , YIELDS TO ASSASSIN'S BULLET. With a Hymn on His Lips the President ' dent Calmly Closes His Eyes and Joins the Silent Majority Final f Message Is to His Devoted Wife. Mllburn llouso. Buffalo , Sept. 14. President McKluley died at 2:15 : this morning. Ho had boon unconscious since 7:50 : p. in. Ills last conscious moment on earth was spent with the wife to whom ho devoted a lifetime of care. He was unattended by a minis ter of the gospel , but his last words were nn humble submission to tho. will of the God In whom ho believed. | Ho was reconciled to the cruel fnto to which an assassin's bullet had con demned him and faced death In the B.imo spirit of calmness and poise1 | which has marked his long and hon orable career. His last conscious words reduced to writing by Dr. Mann , who stoo...

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 — 20 September 1901

THE NORFOLK M WS : MUDAY , SKPTKMHKK 20 , e I'll iii" ndii. d'stributing the nuil tin' coiice that ( Infighting men so much needed , cheering tlii'in on with hi * In me words mid never for nti liiHintit Ncemlng to cure for ( InHliol mid II" ' shell Unit were nyliiK no fast IlllOllt Illlll. Major Hajcn noticed ( ho young iiiiin with admiring eyes. While leeoverlng from IdH wounds In1 called upon Uov- Ttior Ted of Ohio and told him of tin' Incident. Thi' governor Immediately ordered jinmioilnn of Sergeant Me- Klnlcy ami ordeit'd further that the promotion should In- placed timn | tin1 rtwti'r of tineomimiiy. . Step liy step after that the young iniui won hlH way up " " "I three month * before he wan mustered out he was made major l y hre\ct "for gallant and meritorious senlce at the battles of OpiMuan | , t'cdar Creek and Fisher's lllll. " Ills commission was signed "A. Lin coln. " HIS POLITICAL CAREER. Returning home fiotn the war. McICIn- Icy studied law with .Indge Charles K ( Hidd...

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 — 20 September 1901

THE NORFOLK NEWS : Kill DAY , SKITKM11KK 20 , 1001. 5 Home Town of Win. McKinlcy Mourns Departed Statesman. NEIGHBORS PASS BY THE BIER. Friends Who Have Known Him So Long View the Body and Casket Is Then Closed Forever Final Sad Scene Is Near. Canton , Sept. 19. Tenderly nnd reverently tlioso who had known Will iam MeKlnley boat yesterday received Ills martyred body Into their amis. , 'J'hoy had forgotten the illustrious career of the statesman In the loss of a great personal friend who had jrown dearer to them with the passing of the years. They hardly noticed the president of the United States or his cabinet or the generals and ad mirals lii their resplendent uniforms The Hag-draped casket which con tained the body of their friend and fel low townsman held all tlielr thoughts Ho had left them two weeks ago In the full tide of the strength of a glorl oils manhood , and they had brought him back dead. Anguish was In the hearts of every man , woman am child. The entire population of ...

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 — 20 September 1901

THE NORFOLK NEWS : MMDAY , SKITKMHKH 20 , IWi TheNonfolkNeuas A Nat Inn UIWN In ( Jni'i' . The blow has fiiHt'H and n nut Ion groans i nn extremity of grief. Presi dent McKinley , the victim of ignorance niul malice , with the forimir quality predominant , III\H surrendered hlH Hfo niul his postilion. Peacefully mnl quietly , IIN lie lived , the good mini chosen by hln country- mou us tholr chief oxecutlvo , him passed nway. The groans and tours of the people but fi'i'bly express tholr sorrow. The gloom iH Intense oppressive mid cannot easily bo assuaged. Tlmo nlonr will olVnoo tholr Biiilni'SM , but history will ooho it for ninny generations. It is probably no exaggeration to way that William McKinley has boon nearer to the hearts of all the people of the countiy than iiny president since the government was formed. Lincoln nnil wiinn friends , but the division of the country at that time gnvo him ninny unrelenting ononilos. Under MoKlnloy , this great national wound was henhd nnil ...

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 — 20 September 1901

Till- NORFOLK NF.WS : FR11HY. S KIT KM 11 MR 2(1 ( MIDI. IN THE HOSPITAL. Ah , hear th - moaning over there , ' Ihr luddin , bliur rty of palnl The imill ol dnifci It In Hie air , V Diath i < lmdoon the wall U ptitn , And b ) the uinclou , ttnupliiK do n , A nurtc with llully loik nnil brown IxoVs In tlie rfs ol otic who Ik * Hall propped In man ) a nicm > loU And , MuMuiu , lioldt a ullllntf car CloHto his cngcr lips to luar A Hot ) ' that U nuts old. . ' The" doctor Bravely Miakes lil head And bcmis above an ashen face ; A vvldou , vialltue Inr lur dead , It led Inlf ( ilntlni ; trom the place , And o\rr tlure a Jourlrd httid Is virakljr rnlsed to gl\e command And vvcikly ( nils , and through the halli Death tuici eUnvly , luatli to Icive , While- Hill tin1 [ HUM' betide the cot IlcniH loner , llitfiilni ; to uhat hxultant Adam told to live. Death ttoopr.l last nliht behind that screen And imouthed a martyr's weary brow Where one with nev , hope looks bclvucn Euft pllliu * a...

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 — 20 September 1901

8 TIIK NORFOLK NKWS : KIN HAY , RKI'TEMHKIl 20,1001. M'KINLEY ' M RIAL Norfolk Turns Out En Masse to Do Honor to the Memory of the Martyr President , SERVICE AT THE AUDITORIUM THIS AFTERNOON Business Houses Close During the Hour Many Beautiful and Approptale Decorations Bells Toll and the City Wears an Air of Mourning. from TlmrwIuj'H Dally : This is a sonibro day In Norfolk. 1 he olt.y hu.s taken on an air of mourning in commemoration of I ho day on which the mortal remains of President McKlnley are consigned to their lust resting place. The day opened gloomy und raw , with lowering clouds and a chill north wind blowing , but this IIIIH not deterred the people from paying their lust respects to the memory of the beloved president. Every flag HtulV in the city has its colors floating at half mast , while the display of bunting and crepe Is profuse. In response to the proclamation of Mayor i\oonigst"in , business houses have generally closed this nftoinoon , and business men and empl...

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 — 20 September 1901

THE NORFOLK NKWS : KHIDAV , SKPTKMHKK 20,1901. 0 An Anxious People Watch the Bulletins , SINCERE GRIEF IN NORFOLK. Flags arc at Half Mast and the Town is in Mourning Arrangements for Public Demonstration at the Hour of the Funeral. l'.om SMtirtliiy'B Dully Lust night was a tiino of vigil in Nor folk , peopln generally n nniining up to watch loports from the budsido of Presi dent Mc'Kinli y. IJy midnight , how ever , thu c-ro.vds huil begun to thin out mid at 1 o'clock , when the eleetno lights were turned on" and the telegraph olliro cloned , people went homo , feeling cer tain that the morning would bring them news of the death of the president. This information was furnished them by the special edition of Tin : Nnw.s , which was distributed among its patrons at 5 o'clock this morning. Although the telegraph olllco at this place is supposed to close at 8 o'clock , Mrs. Hart , the operator , appreciating the interest that was being maintained in the sad event at Hull'aln , remained ...

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 — 20 September 1901

Till ? NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , SKPTKMIJKH 20 , UiOl , WEDNESDAY WRINKLES. G. > u. H. Olirlhloph wont to Omaha to- Any. Any.Mrs. Mrs. Mugglo Storey was tti Iho oily yesterday from Meadow Uttno. Oco. D. nuttorllold of Cn-lghton ciuno In from ilio OIIH ! yesterday noon. Vrod Hldlcr returned thin morning from btiflneHs trip to Plidnvlow. Dr. U. A. MittolMtadt has gone to Oni'ilw to vinlt for two or three < 'uyH. Minn Josephine Ferguson returned yesterday from u trip to Dulutli , Miss Ethel Doughty has gone to Warnorvlllo where she will teach M'hool this your. The Sugar CHty Coroul mills Nhtppod u carload of their ueroul goods to Kiuimis City today. Miss Florence Biggs loft yesterday for Missouri whore she will imiko her homo with her father. J. S. McOlnry was among the pos- BongorH who went to Omaha this morn ing on the curly train. Dr. und Mrs. Hour and children wont to Omaha on ( ho noon train to HOO the Ak-Sur-Men festivities. * Mrs. Joseph Sohwarly. und children went to Omaha ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 20 September 1901

TIIK NORFOLK NKWS : I'UIDAY , SKPTKMl'.KH 20 , 11)01 ) , II Headaches and Eyestrain Many who % . for years ' have suffered Intensely from chronic sick headaches , using drugs of all kinds without benefit , have found immediate and permanent remedy in properly adjusted glasses , because eye strain was the catud We remove the cause and our cure is lasting. Satisfaction guaranteed. G. FW. . OPTICIAN , NORFOLK - - NEBRASKA. HATS ! HATS ! ! All ( ho latest designs in Street and Trimmed Huts. r Special intention given to order work. Satisfaction guaranteed. Watch for our display. MISS E J. , . BENDER. flT NORFOLK fiUDlTORIUM , GEO. H. SPEAR. MANAGER FRIDAY , on . . . . SEPTEMBER ZU _ _ _ W. E. NANKEVILLE I'rctctits An Idyl of the Arkansaw Hills , HUriAN HEARTS A Ciiinpainon Play to SHORE : ACRES. A Story of Intense Heart Interest. Special Scenery ami Kllocts , k A SplemlidConipany. PRICES , 75 , 50 and 25 Cents. LOTS FOR SALE. Good lot nt Junction $ ( , ' Honeo and half aero on Third St K...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 20 September 1901

THK NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , SKITKMHKR 20 , 1901. REGPECT POR DEAD ENFORCED. Annrchlit Drnrjgctl Throuult Btrccto jiiul Mnde to Clutcr President. OltlnlioniM niy. O. 'I' . . Hctt | l ! ' . Ono mill ) \vn * dniKK'-'l ' llnniiKli llic nUwln IIPI-O y > ntrr liiy l > y an aiwy cunvtl fur ninllKnlnx l > l munlry nnd pii-Hlili'iit anil narrowly I > MIIH | < ( | lyiMilim. and nuolhnr man who wpolto Illy of tlio po- Uro wan comp.'llrd to llo fur hln llfo. II. M. HrailHhaw. a ronlnu-tor , who hail din-IP I Hint ho wan an anarohlnl Uliil would iiHHuT rospi'ti Pii'Hlilont MrKlnlry tunMm American HHK , wna Htrlppcd of hlH mat and hat and to Iho pnlillc HIIIIIIIC. lie had ID march In a miMiiorlal pu- rnili' . and Amrrlcan UIIIH ; were placed 111 hlH handH ami he WUH forced lo Iinnil a pniceHHlon of Hcveial hnndreil IIIPII and hoya MirmiKU the HtivelH. lie rofimoil lo cheer for America and UM- dor throatB of death ho WIIB tlirnwl on Ilia UniM's In thn mnd and mad < > not only ...

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 — 27 September 1901

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. , , , . , NOUFOLK NK1WASKA KUIIUY SKI'TKMIUW 27 IUOI. Columbia and Shamrock Fail to Finish in Time Limit. DEFENDER MAKES BEST6HOWINO Is Nearly a Mile In Lead When Race Is Called Off Shamrock Holds the Lead Only Five Short Minutes IB Second at All Other Stages. New York , Sept. 27. Ono of the Ijlggest crowds that ever put to sea wont down to the Sandy Hook light- chip yesterday to witness Sir Thomas Llpton's second challenger , Sham rock II , nnd the white flyer , cTolumbla , which successfully defended the old America's cup against his first trophy ' hunter two years ago , struggle for the yachting supremacy of the world In the first of the cup races of 1901. ( ! ' But the excursion ( loot returned dis appointed. The great single dickers went out early , but the wind was not strong enough. The wind , as low as , - / three knots , was too light to carry the \ contestants over thn 30-mile course In the time allotted by the rules. At the end of the flvo...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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