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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 28 February 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FMDAY , l-'EBRUAUY 28. 1902. WHELP'S REVENGE llr MAHTIIA M'GUI.IOOH.\VILI.IAMfl Cojvyrlclit , 1001 , 17 Mnrllm MoCutloolfWIIIIninii It ivns tlio llov. Ocorgo GnHltol who firel nicknamed Tommy "Tho Whelp. " The Itov. Goorfio bcgnu fairly enough Rvllh tlio lulls of lilfl now imrlHh. Ho got them toKelhiT within a fortnight Of Ills arrival ami talked football and bnscbnll to them until they worn as hvnx In his liniuls. Tommy , who was ilftccn niul overgrown to hulUlncaB , Ining upon Ills wordn and thought It would bo flue to dlo fpr him. Anil then tlio very next week , when Tommy Btumblotl over his own feet and fell Uown with the ball , thereby letting the tailnlHtcr'H Rlilo got o whitewash , that gentleman milil Irritably , "I know The fVVlu'lp would bent us , but really It tlliln't neem fair to ahunt him off on the ITho Held rung with laughter afl Inter do school nnd playground rung with Ityhen nomobody called ; "VVhclpI [ Wkcln eel Are you goln * to eat UH all ( wh...

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 — 7 March 1902

THE NORFOLK EKLT NEWSJOTJRNAI i , , , , . NORFOLK NEBRASKA FRIDAY MARCH 7 1902. Republican House Caucus Fails to Take Action on Cuba. 1DALZELL DEFENDS PAYNE PLAN. 'Points 'Out Weak 'Spots In Tawrioy , Rebate Proposition and Declares It Would Be Unconstitutional Confer ence Adjourns Until Tuesday Night. i Washington , March 7. The third conference of Republican members of 'tho house of representatives to con * ,8ldcr the question of Cuban tariff con cessions was hold last night In the 'hall of the houso. About 125 mem bers were present and great Interest was manifested , owing to the sharp division which has occurred between the supporters of the ways and means proposition for 20 per cent reciprocity , as put forward by Chairman Payne. &nd the rebate plan proposed by Rep resentative Tnwnoy ( Minn. ) . Prfor to the meeting Speaker Henderson and Representative Cannon ( Ills. ) , he latter - tor chairman of iho caucus , called at the white house and were understood to have held a fu...

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 — 7 March 1902

y THE NORFOLK NEWS ; FRIDAY. MATICH 7. 1902. W. N. IHJBEl. Publisher. DAILY. Kttnhllriioil , 1887. Krenr ilny exeunt Bnmlnjr. Hr currier i > r r k , IS coutt , Hy mnll tier year , (6.00. TPKKKI.Y NiaVB.JOUUNAI , , , 1881. The JonrnM , cdnblUheil 1817 Ktorj Friday. Ily mnll t > eryci > rttl.M. Kntaratl nt llio PoituDloe nt Norfolk , Neb , , ni tootulclaii mutter. TclnnhonMt Kdltorlnl I > Ai > iirlmont , No. 22) ) lloilno Olllca ami Job liooint. Nu. 322. It coat Now Yorkers $109,000 to outer- tain Prluco Henry for four dixyo. Con- Krawnmu Wheeler Hhonld plnco this in Jhia note book for futnro rofcronco. Congressmantelmllouborger expresses to bollovo tliixt the tioxt congress will bo democratic. Thin in the long Rtilt of the fnsloulfitB they ivlwnys BOO victory Just ahond uutil ft few wockn nftor the returns - turns nro nil in. They will htwo to bo shown 6omo nioro. According to the program of the sou * ate a vote will bo tnkon on the nhlp BUD- sidy bill Monday. It is ho...

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 — 7 March 1902

THE NORFOLK MEWS : I'HIDAY , MARCH 7 , 100& Kaiser's Brother is Heartily Cheered by the People. GRAND BALL AT AUDITORIUM. Evening Function the Crowning Feat * ure of the Day Royal Visitor Makes Good Impression by Frank , Demo * ocratlc Manner Blaze of Red Fire. Chicago , March 4. A great glare of red flro , that could bo seen ( or miles , the blaze of hundreds of torches , the sparldo of myriads of electric lights and the cheers of thousands of people ple made up the first taste of Chicago's hospitality that was given Prlncu Henry on his arrival In this city last 1 evening. His train arrived at the de pot of the Chicago and Alton at 0:30 and from there , after ho hnd been for mally welcomed by Mayor Harrison and the members of the general recep tion committee , Prince Henry rode ithrough streets packed with a dense multitude , whoso cheers compelled the distinguished visitor to bow continually - tinually to right and loft. The prlnco .arrived In the city at a time when the stree...

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 — 7 March 1902

THE NOJtFOLK NBWR : FRIDAY , MAHCII 7 , 1002. United States Cannot and Will Not Interfere. NO HOPE FOR INTERVENTION. Boer Delegates Call First on Secretary Hay and Are Received an Private Citizens and Afterwards Qo to the | White House. "Washington , Mnrcli C. Messrs. Wol- -narniiH uiul Wi'HHclH , the Hocr repre sentatives who ciuno to the United Status from Uuropo for the purpose of conferring with the soerotnry of btntc , J > ave achieved tholr purpose. They were iccolvod by Mr. liny yes- tcrdny. It was distinctly understood tliat the Boors were to ho received ns prlvnto citizens and not In an olllclnl capacity. Socrotnry liny talked with them freely with this understanding. The principal object of the delegates wna to Induce the United States gov ernment to do something to tormlnato tlic present bloody struggle In South Africa. They were not very specific IIH to what they wanted and apparent ly would ho satisfied with almost any * thing from Inturvontlon direct to ti hupio ten...

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 — 7 March 1902

TllK NORFOLK : iTRlfoAY , 'MARCH 7 , 1002. i Six Hours Devoted to Recep- l tion , Drive and Banquet. CROWDS CHEER VISITOR , Royal Guest Acclaimed by Two Hun- j dred Thousand City Is a Blaze or * < } 'Light Leaves for Niagara and New ! England. ] Milwaukee , March B. Milwaukee ftvas host to Prince Henry of Prussia for six hours last evening and gave a reception that was highly enthusi astic and an entertainment that wab Unique. i The special train came at 4 o'clock end at 10 was away aigaln on the long T run to Niagara and New England. The intervening tlmo was nil given over to the reception and entertainment of the royal visitor. It began with a 1 drive through the business and resl- * dentlal districts in review before u crowd that numbered 200,000. Then there was a public reception , at which Governor Robert LaFollotto and Mayor David S. Rose voiced the welcome and the united singing societies raised their voices in mighty chorus. There . was also a splendid illumination and n ...

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 — 7 March 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MARCH 7,19 < )2. ) The JSiottf oik fi Now 1C March dootm't doolilo to KO out lllio ft lion it mny KO lil < o a Inmb. The historic Delaware is out of U * t&tikn , to tha Inconvenience and appro * Jtennlon of these living in Its near viola * ity. All sections of the country Imvo now been treated allko by the fltonn king. The gulf Rtatos uro receiving tholr dose along with thin section of the country. Tillman IH the sort of n man who should bo kept at homo , but perhaps South Carolina was only too glad of an opportunity to got him away from the btato , even for a nhort timo. I'rinco Ilonry pluntod a tree at Wash- ington'H tomb an aot which should on- tloar him to the Amorlcan people nw nothing else could , Anyone who plantH IrooH bo ho niitivo or foreigner is all right and the people Bhould follow his oxnmplo and plant trocn. The inomburB of the Iowa house wore not ns anxious that their wives , mothers , sisters , and Bwoothoarta should enter the 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 — 7 March 1902

THE NORFOLK.NEWS : FRIDAY , MARCH 7 , 1005s. r gOAAOOAAOOAAOOAAOOAAOOAACg 1 ON THE | iREBOUND I 3 By GAIIF1ELD MACNEAL t 0 5 2 OopyrlKht , 1001 , by S , 4 Garfleld MftcNcal. J1 'OOYYCXJVYOOYYQOYYOOYYOOYYOO LIHInn Trendwcll invoke on the morning of lier thirtieth blrtlulny to the sickening consciousness tlmt oho was nn old mnkl. She parted the cretonne curtains of her bed , curtnlna covered with red roses , suggestive of cummer sunshine , nnd turned her eyes 1 townrd the window. Knln beating ngalust the pnncs and dull gray sky ' proclaimed n cheerless November dny. Bho sighed. Then , stretching out n shnpcly nrm , she took n silver hnnd mirror from the ncnrby dressing tnblo t-Zr' ' nud carefully studied her features , ji In the language of Shakespeare she / , 8nw "no deeper wrinkles yet , " face " ' long nnd oval , patrician in outline and expression , skin rather olive , cyea brown , deep nnd luminous , a mouth gen erously molded , and a wealth of brown , sJV hnlr. On the whole It w...

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 — 7 March 1902

"vJf 8 Articles of Association Adopted and Officers Elcctccl. ROLL OF MEMBERS TO bATE , Hoar dudgo Robertson's Report of His Trip 1o Washington In Behalf of. Federal Building Bill Next'Mooting to bo Hold Frlclny Night. SVom 8atar < l r' ' Dully . Tlte Norfolk Commercial olnb mot 'Iftflt night at the city hall , 'ftd&pt < fd the nrtloh'H of association as published lout \vook , olootod olllcorfl and otherwise completed the organization. Jmlg WM. Robertson , who ropro Bouted Norfolk nt Wanlilngtou in the IniorOHt of the fcdorul building bill , reported ported on his trip nud slated i" effect Unit ho Imd boon OFHurod that if'iiuy ap propriations for public buildings were made , Norfolk would gotan Hpproprla tiou also. The committee to solicit members reported ported tlmt they Imd1 boon bitf'ftbout an hour nnd no ono they' approachwl had rofuROd to sign the articles of iwwoolittlon. A few took the nmttor of joining under consideration nnd will probably bo hoard from Inter. The...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 7 March 1902

r \ THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MARCH 7 , 1002 , . SATURDAY SIFTINGS. Dr. P. II. Suitor wont to Petersburg today ou professional business. Ghas II. Johiifion made a business trip np the Crcighton briiuoh yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Stelnbnugh of Dodge are visiting Norfolk relatives nnd friends. Two hundred mon nnd boys of Shelby succeeded in killing three wolves in n roundup Thursday. Chnrlos Borggold , a resident of Col- ninbua , hns bcou adjudged insnuo and will bo taken to the asylum at Lincoln. W. J. Gow has returned from n busi ness trip to Orolghton nud Verdlgro. Ho Btntos that the storm up there has boon much more severe than it was hero and that there was much more snow. The convent at Jackson conducted by twelve eistors of the Dominican order , has boon closed by quarantine regula tions. This was occasioned by the death of Miss Ella Krnmpor , 17 years of ago , last Saturday , of black smallpox. Thirty boarders are confined to the con vent awaiting developments. About. 10...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 7 March 1902

10 NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MARCH 7 , 1902. Superintendent Crum Will Ex- air inc Eighth Grade Pupils. EDUCATORS FAVOR THE PLAN , Examinations Will Dent" April 25 nnd End May 2 Principals Almost Un- nnlmously Fnvor the Test of Uni formity. Madison , Neb , Volt. 19 , 11)03-To ) Superintendents , 1'rlnolpnln , or Board of Education : During the past three years I have conducted eighth grade pupil examinations , examining nioh pupils In nil Kohools of the enmity. The tlmo hai como to make nrrangtmontrt for the fourth examination. In this mutter I flosiro the harmonious co-oporntion of nil the educational forces of the county , mul write this to ascertain if you desire the pupils of your school to participate iu such examination , or rather , if you hnvo nny objection to Buoh examination being given in the sauio manner as hero- tofoio. Personally ! fool that I have done nothing the last four yearn thnt has boon of HO great benefit to the schools us the giving of thosn uniform eighth grade...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 7 March 1902

NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAYMAKOII 7 , ! 002 11 When Doctors Disagree Consult an Optician Nervousness headaches sleeplessness nnd dizziness , often puzzle the best physicians. Nine times in ten cycstrain is the direct cause. Nothing- can effect a permanent cure that does not remove the cause. That is what our scientifically fitted glasses do. DR. MARQUARDT , OPHTHALMOLOGIST , NORFOLK - - NEBRASKA. Good lot at Junction $ 150.00 House and ) aero , 8d St 875.00 House nnd large barn 4000.00 House , barn , & acre , 4th St. . . 1300.00 House nt Junction 700.00 Four room house and barn 450.00 Loans on Real Estate Low Rates. T. E. ODIORNE. PARISH MAS placed on sale 50 dozen cans Extra Fine California Fruit at the very low price of 20 cents per can. These goods are not to be classed with the cheap seconds ends that are sold so largely for standard gc ds , and it will pay you to look them up. PARISH WHY IS IT , That Blind Boone carries a Ohickering piano ? WHY IS IT , That competitors who cannot...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 7 March 1902

THE NOttFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAltOIl 7 , 1902. 0. A. RICHEY , Dray and Transfer Line. Household Goods Moving a Specially. T lei lmiifl IM. ( Cnlli I'rompUr Annworo.1 AH WorV Qiinrniitmiili HENRY E.RYDER , Tonchor of 'PIANO ' , VIOLIN AND ORGAN. SpKlal rUndolln and ( lulUr l.eiton * sc. Voice Culture a Specialty. MRS7 M. H. HULL Manicuring , Shampooing , Baths. TKLni'HONi'JNo. 4JT. Rooms on North Ninth Stroofc MILLARDCREEN , DRBY and YRBNSPERiLINE Piano Moving a Specialty 'Phono f)8. Calls Promptly An J.R. ELDER , Sioux City Florist. Awarded flrat premium on Funeral Designs. Handsome Roses , Carnations , f alias , Ferns Flowers shipped in fresh condition. Phone 466L. City olllco : Cor. fltli and 1'loro Rfl. E. SPAULDINC , FLOUR , FEED , TELEPHONE : : NO. 33 \ \ \ , SIMPSON'S CORNER. VOU tHl/K Two story ami wW 7-room lionv. lot 00 by 170 foot , lariro barn. Rood well , 100-barrol cistern , lion IIOUBO , good collar. In onn of tlio hcHt lilook R In Uio city. $700 00. POK SALK-Ona and o...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 14 March 1902

0 THE NOBFOLK WEEKLY NEWS JOURNAL. , , , , . NORFOLK NEBRASKA FRIDAY MARCH M 1902. ( Arbitrators at Work Along Harmonious Lines. BATCHING UP DIFFERENCES. Compromise Committee Tries to Ef fect a Settlement of the Fight. First Conference Not Productive of Final Results. ' Washington , March 14. The work of harmonizing the conflict over Cuban reciprocity has progressed so far that a committee of conferees or arbitrat ors representing the two sides of the controversy assembled to frame a compromise agreement. The meet ing occurred In the private quarters .of the ways and means committee/ / ' rroom , with Chairman Payne and Rep resentatives Dalzell and Cannon present - -ent In behalf of the ways and means .reciprocal element , while five mem bers of the opposition , namely Repre sentatives Metcalf of California , Dick . and Taylor of Ohio , Fordney of Mich igan and Morris of Minnesota , acted . as arbitrators In behalf of the Repub licans who have resisted the ways and means' original pl...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 14 March 1902

THE NOKFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MARGH-M , 1902 , euus W. N. 1IUOB. PunllHbor. DAIT.V , KutnMUIioil , mi , Krort day incept Hnmlny , Hy carrier | ior weak , 15 cents , lly nmll | > nr jrnar , ffl.OO , TVKKKI.Y N KW8.it Oil UN A 1 > , Th N n , oitnlilliioil. ) 1KS1 , Tim Journal , otlabllMioil IOT7 Krary Friday , lly mnll per yearl,50. Knterml at Mm Poitolllco nt Norfolk , Nob. , ni com ! olnta matter , Talftt.liniipoi Kdltnrlal Doimrtmonl , Nn. 22 | llnslnoM Ollloa and Job Honm * . No. .122. The populists propose to take the doiii- onrntlu QUO and organize a stnto otll- toriftl oHBOolation. Then if fusion is -complete they will probably try a merger. If the antis in America should rooolvo Rtich nowfl from the Philippines as the nuU In England are receiving from II South Africa , the administration and its Bupporters would never hoar the last of it. Kansas claims to have a It-wookfl-old l > aby whoso persistent wail is "six years of famine for Kansas. " It is probiibly a populist...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 14 March 1902

TILE XOKFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MARCH H 3 'Mississippi Steamer Capsized | by Sudden Squall. TWENTY LOSE THEIR LIVES. Passengers , Captain and All CreW Ex cept Nine Members Go Down. Among the Victims Are Prominent j Men of the South. VIcksburg , Miss. , March 13. The steamer Providence , plying between this port n d Lake Palmyra , was over turned by a sudden squall at Lone Landing , and 21 of her passengers and crew were drowned. The dead : Captain William Cassl- dy , VIcksburg , master ; Charles Roup of VIcksburg , engineer ; Clyde Scott of. VIcksburg , cotton seed buyer ; Dr. N. A. Lancaster , a prominent physician tend planter of Palmyra ; George Lamb , cook ; Harrison Golber , cabin boy ; Bottle Hunter , chamber maid ; Joe Neal , Mike Lewis , Tom Scott , Whit Burns , six unknown roustabouts ; Min nie Taylor , Joe Christian , Ben Richard- .eon. .eon.Tbo Tbo ill-fated boat left here at noon K > n her regular trip , carrying a largo miscellaneous cargo of freight and a largo number ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 14 March 1902

1'IIE NORFOLK NBWftt FRIDAY , MAIiCTI l'i,1 0i Conference on Cuba Adjourns With Nothing Achieved. " * * * * i BIDLEY OFFERS A COMPROMISE , " " I Proposes Reciprocity Arrangement to Last Until Dec. 1 , 1903 Advocates of Pending Measure Win What Ap pears to De Slight Victory. "Washington , Murch 12. The fourth conference of the house Republicans on the reciprocity question wn fruitless - less , the conference adjourning at mid night until next Tuesday. The victory was with the advocates of reciprocity , as the motion to uiljourn was carried ftftor n motion < o amend the motion t < t make it a sine dlo adjournment hn < l been voted down. Th motion to ad journ \M S nuido by Speaker Hender son and the opponents of .reciprocity claimed uftw the adjournment that nontn of their friends did not care to offend the speaker by Mocllnltrg to becd lila 7 > peal for a further confer ence. Kanllqr In the evening the op ponents of reciprocity luid Insisted on a vote last nlRlit upon the ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 14 March 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MARCH 1-1,190X. 5 * .Most Serious British Reverse of the Whole War. j ! A ft ' TW fit' 'DOER ' VICTORY SHOCKS LONDON , . 'Message From Kitchener Relates Tri umph of Dclarey Three English Of ficers and 38 Men Killed In Battle. Large Number Wounded and Missing ' London , March 11. It was an nounced yesterday that General Lord Mcthucu and four guns had been cap. tured by the Doers commanded by General Delaroy. The news came like a thunderbolt to London. The extra editions of the evening papers giving nn account of the disaster wore eager ly bought up and their readers hur ried through the streets with anxious faces and bitter remarks were passed i on the subject of the government's declaration that the war In South Af rica was over. The news came too late to affect business on the stock exchange , but excited curb dealings quickly followed the closing , In which South Africans slumped heavily. The news was received In the house of commons amid great exciteme...

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

, * rv MM " , ; S > M i . .r-jif . fi , / . , ? rr * THE NORFOLK NEWS : -FRIDAY-MARCH H,1902. The J4oi < f oik fieuas Kow It IH said thixt they are building woks of paper. The day of the dnrnoil .and lanndrled sockinmtboat hand. Vf. Q. Soars of Takamah , fipoakor of * * IH the latest the house of representative , nnnouncomont as a candidate for gov rm > r before the republican state con voution. Many of the towns in Nebraska are to Imvo tholr annual "wot or dry" emu rpaign thla yonr mul the oxoitciuont of the city or vlllngo campaigns MO to cent t r on this never yet Bottled question. "Win. B , Palmer 1ms , very uudouio cratloally , declined to become the domocrntlo onndldnto for mixyor of Sioux City , By that not ho 1ms road hiinsol" out of the party. A Rood domocra 3SOTOT doolinoB n uominntion. In olortmg Governor Savngo as pros ! dent of Intor-Stato Irrlgntlon congress i 1 probable that the delegates wore nware that no pardoning power wont with tin honor that might ho wo...

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

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MARCH 1' ! , 1902 , MILES' GIFT By Fritz Korsmcycr Copyright , 1001 , bjrF. Kontnejrer When the ma.Ul opened tlio door , n 'fiist ' of December wind , carrying with It n few ( lakes of snow , followed the tall , stiff form of Crnnccr through the Vestibule nml Into the hall. As the tnnld hod spent yenrs Ju the service of the Garrisons , she ventured n restrained , "Good evening , " but Crancer calmly T stalked by her over to the hall tree. \ , When he had put nsldo his things and turned to her again , she said : "Mr. Itobert Is In his room , sir. Shall I tolHilm you are here , or will you" "I'll go up. IIo's expecting inc. " At the head of the stairs ho knocked at his friend's room and entered. "Sorry to keep you waiting , old man ; ready in a few minutes. Sit down and tnako yourself comfortable , won't you ? " Crancer took the proffered cigar and smoked In silence a few minutes while bis friend worked at his cravat. "I had a rather peculiar talk with Mile...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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