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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 8 November 1901

10 TIIK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 8,1901 , The Vote Today Will Not Be Heavy. WEATHER TO SUIT EACH CLASS. Candidates nnd Tholr Friends nro Working to Got out the Voles. Im possible to Determine Wh.it the no- suit Will bo Doth Sldos Claim It. From TnoMlity' * Dully. Thin in what they call nn oil' year in polltlcfl thivt IH n your following an exciting citing presidential campaign when it in expected tliut few votns will ho polled nnd it HUB boon expected thixt the mini- bor of votoH polled tlilH year would ho unusually light uvon for nn off your , hut up to noon it looked IIH though < n lto n good vote would ho east , although it in not expected tlmt it will oonio up to tlmt of last your. In the third ward 119 voton hnil boon cast an noon. Last yonr the wurd polled ! Jtl ! ! votoH , in 1801) , MO ; in 181)8 ) , JJ-I nnd in 181)11 ) , DOT. In the First ward at 'J o'clock 711 votes hud boon pollod. Last year the HUIIIO wurd oust 188 votes ; in 181) ) ! ) , Ml ; in I8D8 , 151 ,...

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 — 8 November 1901

TilR NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , NOVKM KR 8 , 1001. II SATURDAY SIFTINQS , George Williams is homo from a trip to the Black Hills. II. E , Owen is expected homo from Vnlisca , lown , tonight. Mrs. W. W. Hoborta went to Lynch yesterday to visit her mother. Dr. 0. A. McKini mrulo a professional visit to Hoskins yesterday and was called to Tildou this morning. Tracy & Durlaud have sold Mho 80 acres of land just north of .tho old fair grounds to ouo of their customers. Ed Miulson , who has been on the sick list , * oatno up from Missouri Valley , Iowa , last night to visit his mother and test up. J. W. McClary will leave Monday for Grand Jonctiou , Col. , where ho will take a position in the boot sugar factory. Louis Henderson arrived yesterday from Wathena , Kansas , and has ac cepted n position in Hoffman & Smith's furniture store. A.M. White of Trenton , Mo. , who was in the harness business hero about i2 ! years ago , has arrived in the city to reuow old acquaintances. The next ...

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 — 8 November 1901

12 THE NORFOLK NEWS : Flllb'AY , NOYE ilSll 8 , IflOl. WEDNESDAY WRINKLES , Mrs. 0. II. Reynolds wont to Onialm yesterday. It. Dryer of Wnyuo vriw in tlio city yesterday. O. F. Jloynoldfl of Madison WUH n city visitor yesterday. Goo. 0. Stevenson wns n vlHltor over night from Madison. M. G. Bloy luitl family are moving to Plaluviow today , C3. W. Goodwin was ever from the connty sent yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. V. 8. Walker of Mudl- < ; ou were Norfolk guests yesterday. V. A. Huston WIXR In the city from NollRh ever ulKhti onroute to Piorco. Bnd Powers Is up from Onmlin to visit Ills parents , Jndgo nnd Mm. I. Powers. Mrs. Win. Nowmnn of Stnnton IH vis iting her parents , Mr. nnd Mrs. W. F. Moldouhauor. Mrs. M. 0. Walker nnd daughter Kola , Imvo tnkon rooms nt A. Osborno's for the winter. ft W. 11 Perkins , representing the Union Pnoitlo oillelal directory , was In town yohtordny making contruotH for the coming two years. Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Sohloct nnd HOII nro expected hero from Gra...

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 — 8 November 1901

THENORFOLK NEWS : 1'IUDAY , NOVKMHKU 8 , Federal Prisoners Overpower Guards and 26 Escape. ONE MAN KILLED , FIVE WOUNDED Mutiny Occurs at the New Prison Near Leavenworth Fugitives Separate In Small Parties Hold Up Farmers and Create Reign of Terror. Leavenworth , Knn. Nov. 8. Ono man was killed , five others danger- oiialy wounded and 26 dcBpcrnte con victs are at large m the result rf i\ mutiny late yesterday afternoon at the site of the new United States pris on , two miles southeast of here , where 400 prisoners from the federal prison , In charge of 30 armed guards , were at work. work.When When the trouble began the rebell ious prisoner8ahad.only two revolvers. Those had been secreted In one of the ' walls of the building by some unknown person. There are two walls partly completed. The remainder of the site of the building is surrounded by a high wooden stockade. Gus Parker of Ardmore , I. T. , one of the rlnglcad- rs of the mutiny , under pretense of a necessity , walked to t...

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 — 8 November 1901

1.1 TUB NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 8 , 1901. Seizes Turkish Customs House Without Resistance. REPLIES TO THE FRENCH NOTE. Exceptionally Cordially Response Re ceived From United Stated Govern ment Creates a Favorable Impres sion In Official Circles at Phrls. B , Nov. 8. A ( Unpaldi from Ad miral Cnllltinl IWH luion rocnlvLMl nn- nounclni ; that lie Inmlod nmrliicH on the iBlnnil of Mltyluno and , tool ? IIOB- epsRlon of the cumuiim at MlUulItu without rcfllHtanco. The Krunch government IIRB r colvcd replica from nil the govern- mould to KR note explaining the mean- iircn tnkcn ngalnut Turkey. An excul * lent ImproHHlon hnn boon created In official circled by the tone of the ro- BpotiHc of the United States , vhleli la concliod In inoHl frlondly tormn. Advlcon received here Hay the Turk ish authorltlcn have cut the Kn llHh line between Mltylono and Contitantl- noplo. The French government IB fairly mil- laflod with the progrcHB already achieved In the dlHputo by the naval demons...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 8 November 1901

TJ1 NORFOLK NflWy. VIUDAY , NOVEMBER 8. JQ01. 15 TWO' LOVES OF A SAILOR. Oh , in old mm fit mil blinked I' th * tun , And a none ot the tra nng bf. llr ring i SOUR ol tnnrlnrr ) > old And his inrcthrart ro true , the * ei. Hlne ho , yo ho , MIIR hryl O'er ctpntrd billows , thnnigli da'hlni \Vlth nulls u-bulglng , flic rends iwuy Away , away , o'er I he water * Kray A way llirdiiijli the iljlnn da ) I ho , tin , ; hi * ) I Oh , tlie innrlticr liolil hl < nln ln\c prr" il To hU heart anil her ccl llp > Ul t - Bwect lljn thnt ( wore the > woulil e't-r uc lru When lie Mlleil away 1' the mist. , SliiK dry , oh , hi < y , ) e hoi ' TlirotiRli the MimltiK to | ' the wlhl wlnils Wow. Into the ilank inlsls Hie ( hip itnth K" . A till the nlurlnor UIIRS ai he rolli l > olo\v , "My lo\e will be true , I trowl" Blfif | liey , yo liol ' Oh , the la le a here ferRet her jnxn , Hut lili swroOirnrt , the ten , ' proved true I Ehc lulled him lo teti on her heaUiiR breast , And her ...

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 — 8 November 1901

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FlUHy. NOVEMBER 8 , 1901. V.I / Take your Dollar Where \ You Get the Most For It ! We buy our goods in connection with our Lincoln store , making us the Largest Clothing Buyers in the State. We pay cash for everything and take all of the advantages of cash and large purchases by shrewd and experienced "buyers. Having these advantages , we have always undersold all competitors and will continue to do so. r j _ , . , . , f We Never AWE Misrepresent and Never Get Up FAKE SALES. i * WE HAVE MARKED DOWN OUR GOODS TO SUCH RRICES THAT v \ Look at Other PeomLe's Goods 9 Get their Prices , f r - OTT I % an We have Confidence in Your Judgment And Know Your Verdict. NORFO NEB

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 — 15 November 1901

THE NOBFOLK WEEKLY NEWS JOURNAL , NORFOLK , NKltKASKA , Kill DAY , NOVKMHUU If ) , 1HOI. Five Bodies Taken From Shaft at Pocahontas , W. Va. RESCUERS SUSTAIN INJURIES. Explosion Occurs Just In Time to Malm or Burn Twenty-five Who Had Come to Save Ten Others Burled I Alive In Burning Shaft. Blucflold , W. Vn. , Nov. 15. Five dead bodies Imvo been tnkou from the Baby mlno nt 1'ocahontns , Va. Sov- crnl other persons are unaccounted tor and 25 persons have been rescued moro or less severely burned. At 3 a , m. It was discovered that the Baby mlno of the Pocuhontaa col liery company was on lire. In a short time after the firemen reached the mines a terrific explosion occurred and many miners and their friends wore more or less Injured. It Is sup posed that the mines caught fl-e from a defective electric light wire. Five bodies have boon recovered and it In \incortaln how ninny more are dead , though It Is now known that there are eovoral , perhaps eight or ten , mon in the mines , unles...

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 — 15 November 1901

N fM l1\i tf. XfVtrT1lf D T7T > Iff 1 n/Y1 _ _ . _ . _ . . _ , . - T T j. , , r-r s : kwVt * ; " * * wwvKtt ; * cODSl ] I AM DETERniNED TO GO OUT OF BUSINESS And Will Sell Everything in My Store at This is no "HOODOO , " but a BONA FIDE SALE. I am disposing of all my property in and around Norfolk , and shall remove from the city. For this reason I am making a GENUINE SKL.E. \ My stock is clean and well selected. A large proportion of it is NEW GOODS , but all must go , WITHOUT RESERVE. ALL GOODS SOLD FOR CASH. s - ft"a -a- THIS IS YOUR BEST CHANCE to buy Men's and Boy's Suits and Overcoats , Underwear , Shirts' , Hats , Caps and Mittens , and in fact , everything usually carried in a First = CIass Clothing Store , CHEAPER than you ever bought them before in Norfolk. COME EARLY and see for yourselves that , . * , . . ' - , , , I MEHN BUSINESS. r N WIDEI CLOTHING STOR \ E. B. KENYON , Proprietor. NORFOLK , f i W. N. HU8E. Publlalior. DAILY. KatnblUhod. 1887. Kvonr day oicopt Sntuh...

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 — 15 November 1901

i . KHTHAY. NOVHMKKH 1/1. mm. Man Who Shipped Body as His Own Makes Confession. CORPSE WAS THAT OF GOO.OMAN. Newell C. Rathbun , Held at Louis- vllle , Admlto That He Conspired to Beat Insurance Company , but De nies Giving Poison. Louisville , Nov. 13. Newell C. Rath- bun , who , according to the police , has confessed that ho planned to defraud an Insurance company out of $4,000 by pretending that a corpse shipped to Little Rock was his own body , has admitted , according to the authorities , that the man who accompanied him to the hotel in Jefforsonvllle , Ind. , and was found dead the next day was Charles Goodman , who Is said to have come from Kvansvllle , lud. Chief of Detectives Sullivsn and Coroner Coota of Joffersonvllle Inter viewed Rathbun yesterday. Ho list ened , as one by one the circumstances Were laid before him by Chief Sulli van. According to the officers , Rath- bun suddenly sprang up and , walking hastily to a window , looked out for n. few minutes , then turning...

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 — 15 November 1901

TIIK NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , NOVKMBKll \ , \ 1901. Northwestern Situation Put In to Definite Shape , SECURITIES COMPANY FOKMGD. Concern With Four Hundred Million Incorporated nt Trenton , N. J. , to Tnlce Up the Vast Durdcn North ern Pacific Stock to Do Retired. Mow York. Nov. lit. There were two Import nut developments In tlm riillumil situation In the nortlnvoHt cuiil both tended to conllrm tlio o\lnt- Jlltf hollof tllllt II IllUll llUHlH Of HOltlo- iiu'iit of tlio content for the control of tlio Northern I'aellle had boon dollnlto- ly agreed to. Klnnl ratlllcntlonii of tlilw agreement will hi Ing Into exist ence tlio greatest anil moHt effective < xumplo of community of ItitoroHt Idon na niiiillcil to rallroiul nyHtoni9 of the country. Tlio Ilt-Ht of tlio ilovolop- incuts watt tlio Incorporation at Trenton - ton of the Noilliprn Soeurltloii com pany , with a capital utoek of $ lno- 000.000 , ami the Hocond was the unan- InuittH adoption by the Northern Pix- rifle dlrcetrrs of ...

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 — 15 November 1901

THR NORFOLK NEWS : SATURDAY , NOVRMHKIl 0 , 11)01 ) Two More Fugitives From Lcavenworth Prison Taken. 'TWELVE ARE STILL AT LARGE. Country Is Terrorized by Cooperate Criminals , Who Loot Houses , Steal- 1 Ino Arms and Horses as They Go. I Thompson and Lewis Wounded. Kansas City , Nov. 12. Another day 'lias added two more to the list of escaped - capod Fort Lcavenworth convicts cap tured , that of Frank Thompson , the negro leader of the mutiny , and IAVT- rcnco Lewis , who was mortally wounded. Now there are but 12 pris oners at largo. Thompson was captured near Coun cil Grove by a posse under Deputy United States Marshal Prescott , after n hard light. He was slightly wounded In the head. Nona of the posse was Injured. Lewis Is a white boy 20 years of nge , who wns sent up In October , 1900 , to undergo a five years' sentence for larceny. He was tracked to a wooded place near Qiiencmo by the city mar- filial of that place , which Is situated 40 miles southwest from Fort Leaven- worth...

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 — 15 November 1901

* * * " r1 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 8 , 1901 The fiottf oik fleuas An echo front the president Inl cam- "Groat IB Tnmmnny , mid CroUor Its prophet I" The Nebraska Independent nays llio poopln love Hrynn. They have n voiy pcoollnr wny of showing It. Tlio ftiRlon rooster in u mighty rnro "bird thin fall moHt exchanges of tlioau parlies rcnioiubor only the crow. Ouster county , the lioinn of Slli\H Uolcomb , gnvo Sodgwlck n ma jority of 17fi. Last year It wont for JPojntor by 108. The Soliloy inquiry in over nnd the popplo can now give their undivided attentIon - tontIon to the approaching ThanltHgiv- liig foot ball games. Pierce county didn't do so bad , from a republican standpoint. It gave Sedg- > vick 11) ) plurality , whoroiiH last year it gave Pointer n majority of O'l. The Kansas Oity .Tonriml explains that "ono roaHon why Mr. Bryan is no longer the idol of the plnin people in bo * cause HO few of the plain people arc now Milwaukee in ongngcd in a war ngaiiiHt vic...

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 — 15 November 1901

A \ THE NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , NOVKMHKK 15 , 11)01 ) , [ IT'S SUNSHINE AND MUSia " A IntiRli Is Ju t like iin liln j It Ircsliens nil ( lie ilay ; It tip * the peak ol life with light And OrUcs tlie cloud * ) away. The toiil Rrows Rlacl that lipars It And feel * . Ita courage strong ! A laiiRli is Just like tuiithtne Kor clitcrliig folks alongl f" A Uupli Is Just like muslcj It HnRcrs In tlic heart , , ; Atid where Ita melody la hoard The Ills of life ilepart , 1 And happy thoiiRhta come crowding Ita Joyful not < 8 to greet ; A laugli Is Jutt like muse | For miking llilng tucttl St. lxiul ยง Ilepubllo. ' THE MAN FROM NOWHERE te Sw By M. QUAD. V. 1 Copyright , 1901 , by C. B. Lewis. > I liail arrived In Philadelphia , from a Binnll town In the state of New Hump- Bhlre to see 11 nmn with whom I had been In correspondence about n busi ness affair. As he was stopping at the Dlnghnin House , I went directly there 'from ' the depot , and as I expected to remain at least overnight 1 ...

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 — 15 November 1901

TIFR NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 15 , tflOl. Canvass of Votes Made at Mad ison Yesterday. COUNTY RESULTS UNCHANGED , C. F. Elsolcy , Instead of S. W. Hnyos , tlo Successful Republican Candi date for Justice of the Ponce Close on Road Overseers. l < 'timHMurtli\j'n Dull ) Tint cnuvamiiiiK hoard yoHtonlny com- completed the olllolal count of votes cant nt the general election of Tuosdny mul tlio corrected olllclul ti\l lo appear in thin immo. The returns show that t hero were 111) ) votOH east for W. H. Olurlc , prohibition onndldnto for Hiiproiuo judge nnd ( I votes wore cunt for , T. H. Hamlolph , socialist candidate for the same position. Tlio prohibition candidates for regent ro coivud fi'J and ! ! ( votes and the socialist candidates 10 and 7. In Homo manner Tun NKW.H lost 100 votes Iwlonglng to 0. F. hlseley , repub lican tvindiihvto for justice of the peace in this precinct , and the olllclal count gives him the election to the position , Mr. Hayes' total vote was fill ...

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 — 15 November 1901

* | B TIIH NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , NOVKiMHKR I , " ) , 1001. < ) SATURDAY SITTINGS. .7. G. L\ng : of Madison was u city vis itor over night. Arthur Milieu * of Pierce was in the city today on business. Martin Johnson of SUintouVIH u Nor folk visitor thii morning. II V. H.xrnhardt of Pierce was in the city yesterday on business. A D Miller of Neligh was n business visitor in Norfolk yesterday. Kid Hull is in tliu city from Otniilm greeting his Norfolk friends. Burlo Ilalstead is hero from Fremont visiting relatives and friends. T. V. Golden of O'Neill transacted business in Norfolk yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Kipplo of Hoskins wcro shopping in Norfolk Thursday. Mrs. Turner and Miss Hello Turner of Pierce were in Norfolk yesterday. O. S. Hayes returned ivt noon from Chicago where ho has been purchasing holiday goods for the past week. < Assistant Principal Arthur Sims of the Norfolk High school went to Omaha today to see the Missouri-Nebraska foot ball game. II. O. Lulow is building...

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 — 15 November 1901

TUN isrmMrnr.ir ivruws. iwrruv Tsrnvimuui ? IK mm Address by Rev. C. H. Young ; of Omaha. SYMBOLISM OF THE CHURCH. Dtshop Williams Is Present nnd Pro- stdos nt the Celebration of tlio Holy Eucharist This Morning Twenty- Flvo Clergymen Horo. 1'nim Wriliimilm' * Dnl'jr. The luimml convocation of the clergy men of thortlorohoof Nebraska opened in Trinity church last evening ixt 8 o'clock , being present Bishop Williams nnd about twenty-five of the clergy. Service wasoponiid wlthovonlnglprnyor , iiftor which the rorodos recently put in as n inoiiiorinl to Mrs.Wollls was blessed nnd di'dlentod to the Horvlco of God. After the dedication mi address wlm given by the Hnv. 0 II. Young of the iiBMMilntu mission of Omaha on tho"Sym- bollsni of the Oliuroh. " The address was crowded with Information an to the forum and ceremonies of worship in the Kplscopnl ohnroh and oxplanatlon was made of many usages which to the un informed have Roomed trivial and unim portant. Those present resetted that t...

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 — 15 November 1901

THE NOKFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMHKK 1f > , 1001. 'II Hyperopia Hyporopia is a condition when rays o light entering the eye , do not foous 01 the retina Many young people wil ovorcoino this defect by using an oxtn supply of iiorvo foroo in order to BOO , am sometimes cau see better tlinii a persoi with iiorinul eyes , but at the BIUIIO time they luxvo all HortB of trouble , such as headache , sick Btoumoh , indigostiou constipation , piles , fonmlo disorders , AL MOST ALL NERVOUS AFFECTIONS Some people will ask , how can Hyper opio Eyoa cause nil this trouble ? Ask any Ophthalmolist and learn tlio roasoi why. There is only ONE remedy for Hyporopia , Properly Fitted Glasses. C. W. . f . . Ophthalmologist , Eyes Examined. Glasses Fitted. NORFOLK - - NEBRASKA. Good lot at Junction $ 70.00 House and ' aero , 3d St 850.00 House and large barn1000.00 House , barn , ) afire , 4th St. . . 1200.00 House at Junction 700.00 Loans on Heal Estate Low Rates. T. E. ODIORNE. 7 Wo have jusb recei...

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 — 15 November 1901

V2 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 15 , 1901 , San Francisco Ministers Inter fere in Vain. JU8T BEFORE THE DIQ DATTLE. u Their Ea Inv Both 'Flohtors Take o v Last Moments Jcffrlea IB Kept ' Dusy Entertaining Friends Ruhlln ! Spendo Quiet Day , San Prnnclsco , Nov. 15. 1'ubllc lu- toroBt In tlio Jottrlon-Huhllu chain- plonslili ) tight IB keyed up to ttio hlsti- est pitch iiinl tlio HoumlliiK of thu ROIIK Unit will bring thu I.OH MiReUm bollormnker unil the AUrun Rlnnt to- Bother tonlKlit IB nwnltod with Cover- iDh nnxloty. All day IOIIR onlluiHliuitB have boon nockltiR In from nonr and ftfnr and the sulo of Hunts haa already run Its loiiRth. It In evident nt thin tlmo that the Mochnnlc'n ; pavilion , where the HtniRRlu will tulto place , will ho taxed to Itn utmoHt capacity and that fully 10,000 pcoplo will wit- liens the nvont. A Rrouj ) of mlnlBtors of the Ronpol have boon BtrlvliiR to Induce the law dlllcorB tn Intorfcro and Htop the mill , but they have received no oncournR...

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 — 22 November 1901

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOUKNAL r\i \ NORFOLK , NE1HIASTCA , FRIDAY , NOYHMHUR 22 , 11)01. ) 1 V Fatalities of Mine Disaster I . Less Then Feared. ' .TWENTY-TWO WERE KILLED. Ninth Level of Bullion Tunnel Still Filled With Smoke Superintendent Leads Party Through Most of Work ings Without Adding to List. Tollurlde , Colo. , Nov. 22. The do- Tclopments in the Smuggler-Union mine disaster have not served to re move the doubl as to tliu numb or of victims and It Booms unlikely that the exact number will bo known for sev eral hours. As yet the list remains the same as last night , 22 dead and one in a precarious condition from inhaling the deadly gas and smoke drawn into the mine from the burning buildings about the mouth of the Bul lion tunnel. It is possible that a ccarch of the ninth level , which Is still in part inaccessible , will reveal the bodies of other victims , but n party headed by Superintendent Edgar Col llns went through all the other pop tiona of the mine and found no mo...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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