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s THE NORFOLK'NKWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 5. 11)04. )
COMES TO LOOK OVER HOSPITAL
WORK AT NORFOLK.
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WILL DE A FINE INSTITUTION
Mr. Tyler Give * It Out That It Will
be the ilett Plant In the State and
Better Arranged Than Any Saw
1 the Shooting of the Boston Crook.
Btnto Architect James Tyler , Jr. ,
who IB tioro from Lincoln , with J. C.
Manila , a prominent olllcor of the
construction compnny having the con
tract for the erection of the Norfolk
hospital for the Insane , found every
thing In Rood shape nnd the work
"Yon people of Norfolk will have
one of the handsomest ami t'O '
equipped hoapttnlH In the Htnto when
the work Is completed , " mild Mr. Tyler
lor , "nnd the work of this year will ho
nupplcmontcd with other Important
vrorh In thofutiire. The design for
the completed hoapltul calls for an
additional cottage and the finishing
p of the west wing of the hospital
und making It fireproof. The walla
nre In good condition and the wing
will make an Important and substan
tlnl building when the lloors have
boon put In and the constructive ar
rnngomont finished up , "
The work on the three cottages am
the Administration building Is ad
vanclng rapidly nnd Home of the
buildings arc being placed under roof
while othora are getting toward thereof
roof , story by ntory. The bulldlnga
mnko a notable landmark for the
country nnd can he aeon for ninny
mlloH In any direction.
While In hln room at the Oxnard
Mr. Tyler had a line opportunity of
witnessing the work and marksman-
Bhlp of Policeman Pllgur. Ho saw
Aultman running , and while ho could
not BOO the olllcer , ho saw the bits
of dust kicked up about the moving
foot of the fleeing thief. Ho was aim
ing at the feet of the man and the
bullets wore apattlug closer at every
jump until dually the bullet that
brought him down took effect and the
crowd began to gather about the
wounded crook. It was an Interesting
spectacle and one that the Btnte archi
tect will remember for a long time
Mrs. L. M. Keene of Fremont la In
the city for n visit with her paronta ,
State Architect James Tyler was In
Norfolk today looking over the asy
Irvln Catlln will visit with his fam
ily over the tournament.
A. Drngor of Ponca la In town tak
ing In the tournament.
J. D. Sturgeon la homo for the tour
Charles A. Mndaen la In the city
from Chicago , visiting his mother
Grandmother Lucas of Crolghton Is
n nueat at the Sturgeon homo during
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. S McClary.
II. A. Hornborger. formerly super
intendent of schools In this city. Is
reported very seriously 111 with heart
trouble at his homo In Lincoln.
Ilov. Father Kroupa of Spencer and
Itov. Father O'Drlscoll of ninlr. for
merly of Norfolk , are In the city ,
guests of Rev. Father \Valsh during
the llromon'a tournament.
Chastor D. Clements , telegraph op
erator at Wymore and Miss Mabel
Clements of Wilbur are visiting rol-
ntlvoa and attending the tournament.
"Hob" Benedict , who years ago
made harness In Norfolk and took a
prominent part In the firemen's nf
fairs of thla city , was down with the
handsome Crelghton delegation that
carried off first honors for appear-
unco In the parade. He Is In business
The confetti men appear to be In
It for the business at night during
the tiromon's tournament , and in the
morning the business man patiently
sweeps the accumulated drifts and
heaps of colored bits of paper from
in front of his door , ready to do It
nil over again the next morning.
W. J. Harmon , living six miles
southeast of Fremont , thinks thai
there Is a vein of coal on his faru :
nnd has n force of men engaged In
boring a prospecting hole to uncover
a find. A thin layer of bitumen was
encountered at a depth of 315 foot am
the men are going deeper to find out
.what IB below.
The Norfolk coal men have been
laying in extra large supplies of coal
( or thin early In the season and their
Bhods and bins are about tilled to ca
pacity. They have found that the
price usually begins to go up early in
the fall and2H e to ue aa i"ucn
ahead of the game this year as possi
ble. The ahut down in the coal dis
tricts that commenced yesterday Is
In support of their business sagacity.
RIDE WITH JNRULY BRONCOS
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Musselman Had a
Narrow Escape While Out Driv
Mr. and Mra , L. B. Mussolinan nar
rowly escaped fulling victims to a
wild team that they hired at one of
the livery barns and were driving out
Sunday. They had just made a call
at the home of E. J. Rlx , northeast of
the city and were driving straight
w st toward town , when suddenly ,
without the Hllghtost warning that
thrty wore "In an unruly mood , the
loam fltarted kicking nnd bucking , and
bflltod Into n corn Hold , becoming en
In replacing the whip In to docket
Mr. MiiHHolinnn dropped one of the
lines and with the other could only
keep tljo team going In a circle. In
endeavoring to Hocuro control of the
anlmnla Mr. MtiHHolmnn allppod out
of the buggy In HOIUU manner , nnd
with the aHHlstance of Mrs , MusHol-
man nnd some people who had wit-
: i088od the wild ride , the horsea wore
ArrnngomentH were made with n
farmer to bring the team to town ,
while hlfl , wife was to bring Mrs. Mua-
Holman In. The farmer had not pro
ceeded far with the bronchos when
they ngaln became unruly , The driv
er managed to get them stopped nnd
they wore tied to a telephone post
while the people drove to town nnd
notified the liveryman where hla team
waa tied and told him ho could go
Firm of Lewd Brothers , Bakers ,
The firm of Lewla Broa. , who auc
cooilod K. J. Schorrcggo In the buk
ory and grocery business on East
Norfolk nvoniio , baa been dissolved
Thomas Lowla has bought out the
Interest of his brother William , and
will continue business nt the old
Htand. William Lewis has no plans
for the future In alght , but thinks
that ho will return to Now York.
NORFOLK POLICE GET A BUNCH
AND SHOOT THEM ON.
THEY DROP IN FROM BONESTEEL
Jail Held Six of Them Saturday Night
nnd Two More Last Night The
Firemen's Tournament Will be Free
From the Graft Protection Good.
Graftora who have been dropping
Into town from Bonostool for the state
Dromon's tourney , are being run out
of town by Norfolk police. The city
jail hold six of them Saturday night
and another pair last night. The
tournament will be well protected by
Norfolk people nro cautioned by the
police to be careful In wearing Jewelry -
olry , In a big crowd It is Impossible
to keep eyes on all of the "dips , " ns
pickpockets are known among the
A number of thorn have arrived and
boon made to move. The trick monkeys -
keys on the street gather crowds
which are easily followed by pick-
RECEPTION TO OMAHA EXCURSION
Battle Creek Is Preparing to Give the
Omaha Business Men High Hon
ors When They Stop There.
Battle Creek , Neb. , Aug 1. The
nembors of the Battle Creek Busl-
\oss Men's club will give the Omaha
norchnnts a grand reception nt the
epot Friday evening. One of the
local orators will give a short welcom-
, ng address and the whole town will
urn out In a body with nil kinds of
hlcos , nnd the stars nnd stripes
lll be flying from every building.
Short News Notes.
After a two-weeks' visit with rel
atives , Mr. nnd Mrs. Langhoop and
children left again for their homo nt
The firemen's tournament at Nor-
'oik ' ( hiring the next three days will
l > e largely attended from this com
There were three .Infant children
christened at the Lutheran church
Sunday morning by Rev. J. Hoffman.
They nre : The son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Eucker , the daughter of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Gustavo Wnrnke. and a
laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eden.
A suit on a promissory note , F. J.
Halo vs. Mel. Young , was held In
Judge Dennis' court Saturday. The
plaintiff was represented by M. C.
Hazen of Norfolk and the defendant
by H. H. Kllbourn of Battle Creek.
A Jury was demanded and decided In
favor of the plaintiff.
Misses May Willis and Eileen Curns
are visiting with relatives and friends
at Council Bluffs.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs ,
John Zouner Sunday.
County Commissioner G. D. Smith
of Norfolk and S. J. Flnnegan of Kal
amazoo were Inspecting roads here
Miss Maggie Lund returned Satur
day from a visit with relatives at Ute
Otto Eucker and sisters , Misses Liz
. : le and Martha , and Otto Nathan o
Lindsay were visiting here Sunday a
the home of Herman Eucker.
Prf. M. G. Doerlng Is expected home
tonight from his visit In Missouri.
His wife and two children will re
main a couple of weeks longer.
The misses Ella Heuerman and Liz
zie Zimmerman went to St. Louis Sat
urday for a three-weeks' visit with
their sisters , Misses Minnie and Ber
tha Heuerman who are employed at
the large Lutheran hospital at that
place , Miss Minnie Heuerman being
the superintendent of the institution.
They will also visit the world's fair.
UNLUCKY NUMBER FOR CHICKEN
HE TOOK FORTY-SEVEN BIRDS
Trials Will be Held Before Justice
Fuller Wednesday at 1 O'clock.
Season of Illegal Shooting In North
Nebraska Has Begun ,
Thirteen was an unlucky number
'or a bunch of Norfolk men yesterday
iftornoon when Deputy Game War
den J. A. Ralnoy mvoopod down upon
.hem and arrested the entire lot for
llegul shooting of pralrlo chickens ,
lo found forty-aovon birds upon them ,
n all. The trial will bo held In the
court of Justice Fuller nt 1 o'clock
> Vodnosday afternoon. The game
warden withholds the names from
The shooting waa all done In Pierce
county , just north of the Nebraska
hospital for the Insane , In the bottom
land. Deputy Warden Hiilney had a
hunch that there would ho something
doing nnd went to the hills near the
asylum before daylight yesterday
morning , accompanied by n sub-clop
uty. At sunrise the prairie land be
came alive with hunters and within
an hour the warden trnya ho saw 100
birds killed. Ho was unable to get
nil of the violators of the law.
Mr. Halnoy states that the season
of Illegal shooting In north Nebraska
Is now on In full force nnd ho will
henceforth devote his entire atten
tion to the work. Ho gave up his oth
er work Saturday night and will do
nothing else from now until fall.
On Wednesday the Battle Creek
flah case and the King chicken cases
will also como up for trial. State
Game Warden Carter will bo on hand
to aid In the prosecution.
Deputy Ilnlnoy has received letters
from various quarters stating that
there are violations frequently. Ho
has a letter from Anoka which says
that chickens are carried down the
main street of the town , nnd ho will
probably took Into the matter.
There are three counts upon which
the thirteen men could bo tried
shooting on Sunday , shooting prairie
chcckens out of season and shooting
out of the county.
Mrs. P. F. Stafford Is enjoying a
visit from her mother.
Charles Nenow of Gordon Is visitIng -
Ing friends and relatives.
Miss Nell Brewer of Gordon Is vis
iting at the Nenow homos In Norfolk.
Miss Dawn Glass of Wlnsldo Is vis
iting at the home of her cousin , Mrs.
F. L. Hamilton , nnd other relatives
Mrs. Dan Murphy of Omaha Is vis
iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mullen of this city.
Mrs. Terry of Omaha Is visiting her
daughter , Mrs. George Koechlg , on
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McCnllum are re
moving from Pasewalk avenue to a
cottage on North Tenth street.
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Wnllorstadt are
moving Into a residence on North
J. H. Center of Stauton Is up this
R. A. Stewart came up from Wlsner
H. M. Davidson of Foster Is In the
city this morning.
A. F. Mullen Is down to the tourna
ment from O'Neill.
F. J. Halo of Battle Creek was In
own on business Monday.
J. R , Jeffries and J. Holland of
Bonesteel were in the city over night.
Miss Maude Pitt of Creighton Is
n the city visiting Miss Myrtle Clark.
R. J. Benedick , J. H. Gunn , E. Stingy -
y are down from Crelghton this morn-
Win. A. Saunders of Bazlle Mills Is
u the city this morning to attend the
Master Wesley Roberts returned
Sunday from a seven-weeks' visit with
relatives In Mattoon , 111.
, Mrs. R. A. Hay. Miss- Wanda Hay ,
Miss Anna Hay , Miss Eva Ogden and
Miss Lauetta Chandrlch came up to
swell the Stanton crowd.
A. F. Johnson , Fred Zumer , Frank
Phillips , Bert Templln , Wni. Maase ,
J. Waddel and J. M. Herrlngton are
representing Hosktns at the tourna
B. W. Jonas Is having a two-weeks'
vacation from his duties In the post-
ofllce. He will take In the tournament
and will later visit with friends in
Ed. Johnson and wife , who have
been visiting hero for two weeks , have
returned to their home In Chicago ,
Mrs. A. J. Johnson accompanied them
to Chicago and will visit some time
E. C. Howe of Denver , general man
ager of the American Beet Sugar
company , and M. W. Cavanagh of
Omaha , sugar broker , will be In the
city this evening on business connect
ed with the sugar factory.
Announcement has been received
of the death of Roger Williams , 7
year-old son and only child of Mr.
and Mrs. John McCoy Williams , a
Oxnard , Cal. , on July 27. Appondl
cltls waa the cause. Mr. and Mrs ,
Williams will bo remembered by Nor
folk friends as having formerly lived
here. Mr. Williams Is connected with
the American Beet Sugar company.
TiWen Citizen : Among the beat
yields of winter wheat reported this
scancm Is that of Herbert King. Ho
had sixty acres that turned out twen
ty-seven bitHliels to the acre , which
at 72 cents a bushel brought him the
respectable sum of $1,116.40 , or at
the rate of $1DIG an acre.
William Morton Reynolds.
William Morton Reynolds Is the
name of a young man who arrived to
day at the home of Superintendent
and Mrs. ( ' II. Reynolds of this city.
Ic only welgha eight pounds now , but
within n few months declares that ho
will be running the Northwestern rail
WOULD HAVE BEEN A WORLD'S
RECORD BUT FOR FLUKE.
WAS A BEAUTIFUL SIGHT TO SEE
The Two Fast Class "A" Teams
Lined up , Ran the Distance at Ter
rific speed , Stanton Leading Eas
lly , but the Coupling Failed.
Stauton firemen have a right to
feel proud of yesterday's record , oven
though no first prize wont to crown
their efforts. What would have been
the making of a world's record was
done by Stanton In the class "A *
event of the straightaway regulation
hose race nt the end of the day. The
time made by Stanton was 32V . The
best time ever yet made In the world
has been 33.
Stanton lost that prize nnd tha
record by the merest accident. In
coupling the hose and nozzle , AI
Marks failed to complete the connec
tion by two threads ,
York nnd Stanton are the only
class "A" teams on the ground. They
had lined up for the race. The gun
cracked 'and they were off. The band
played. The runners ran. The red
men and the black streaked down
the track. The wheels spun and the
limber legs beat out the 250 yards
with rythm that was splendid to a
degree. Not a man missed. Slowly
the Stanton hoys , the champions of
all Nebraska , crept away from the
men of the southland. Gradually the
superior speed of the Elkhorn valley
runners drew a space between the
two fast teams. On , on they came ,
running like mad. The grand stand
was silent. The band nlayed faster.
The teams approached the finish.
The crowd got up on Its toes and
leaned far out to watch the reeling
off of the hose and the miraculous
coupling by the experts.
With a distance between them and
the others that all Stanton can al
ways be proud of , the men In red
crossed the white chalk at the final
jump. The reel clicked and the hose
ran out. Marks grabbed the nozzle ,
tossed the hose at It , the little lock
whirled shut and the stunt was done.
It was done in less time than any
other team on earth has ever done It
before. The crowd cheered , as It
had a right to cheer. It was a graph
Following the Stanton boys , York's
team drew In , reeled out , made the
coupling and the timers' watches
snapped. That was good time , too.
Then the judges made lines on the
couplings to count off the three
whirls. Round and round they un
twisted the brass. The spectators
were breathless again. Suddenly a
reat yell went up from York. They
cheered the other's misfortune.
Stanton had lost the race. The
coupling was incomplete.
But it was a great bit of running ,
for all that.
The battle royal of the tournament
will come tomorrow afternoon when
York nnd Stanton will line up for
the final championship event. Stan
ton won last year and the boys are In
fine shape this season. It is up to
them to win again , for the sake of
C. Unger , 211 Maple St. , Cham
palgn , 111. , writes : "I was troubled
with a hacking cough for a year and
I thought I had consumption. I tried
a great many remedies and was under
the care of physicians for several
months. I used one bottle of Foley's
Honey and Tar. It cured me , and I
have not been troubled since. "
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SENSATIONALLY ESCAPING FROM
DIVES THROUGH HIGH WINDOW
BULLET GOES THROUGH BACK.
EMERGING IN STOMACH.
ONE OF BONESTEEL GRAFTERS
Lewis Aultman , Aged 25 , of Boston ,
Stole a Grip off the Early Train
From Dan Dee of Denver , Is Local
In Fifty Minutes , and Shot
Lewis Aultman , aged 25 , a thief
from Doston , was shot through the
body In Norfolk today by Policeman
Charles Pllger , In attempting to es
cape from the officer. After one of
the most sensational getaways , by
diving through a second story win
dow and lighting on the ground , the
young thug , running , was tsruck In
the back by one of four bullets fired
by Olllcer Pilger.
At noon Dr. P. H. Salter said that
he thought Aultman would die. The
bullet pierced clear through the ab
The wounded crook was removed In
a cab to the Norfolk sanitarium 1m
mediately , for operation.
Aultman came to Norfolk froir
Donosteel this , morning. Off the trait
he stole a grip belonging to Dan Dee ,
of Denver. Olllcer Pllger was notl
fled of the theft1 and worked on the
case just fifty minutes.
Within less than an hour the thug
was located In a room at the Norfolk
House , a cheap hotel on lower Main
street. The policeman , accompanied
by Mr. Dee , entered the room. The
crook shrank back. Policeman Pll
ger picked up the grip and ordered
Aultman to follow.
"Come with me , " said Pilger.
As the ofllcer turned toward the
door to open the way out of the room ,
the crook , as quick as a cat and more
cleverly , turned to the window like
a circus acrobat , placed his hands
over his head and shot , like a pan
ther , through the window. It was
from the second story that he leaped ,
his frame turning gracefully so that
when he struck the ground he was
right side up with care. Then he
started to run.
The Norfolk house is on the corner
of Norfolk avenue and Second street.
The thug ran toward the river , going
Olllcer Pilger ran through the up
stairs hallway to the porch at the
rear of the hotel. From here he saw
his man escaping. There was no
flight of steps by which to get to the
Calls "Halt. "
"Halt ! " shouted the policeman.
"Stop , " he cried. And then he fol
lowed his calls with repeated calls to
halt. But still the crook ran fast. He
The crack of the officer's revolver
rang out sharp and clear. Then an
other and two more. The first three
shots were fired wildly , and pattered
In the dust about the fellow's feet.
But the fleeing grafter did not hesi
The fourth ball of lead sank Into
his back , at about the center. Still
he ran. For two blocks he continued
In his path. The ofllcer was on the
street following after the shooting.
He ran faster than the Boston crook.
When Aultman saw that he was pur
sued , he turned and cried out.
"Get me a doctor , " said he. "I'm
On the Table.
When the fellow was at last taken
captive , he was seen to be shot
through the back. In a cab he was
taken to the sanitarium and placed
on the operating table.
The little black mark on the front
of his stomach , copious bleeding from
the back and continued groaning in
trying to breathe , told of his condi
"It won't take much to get that ball
out , will it ? " he said.
"Not much , " replied the surgeons ,
but you are bleeding freely. "
H'm , " said the thug. "Wouldn't
you expect a man to bleed who was
shot ? "
"It Is the first time I ever took
chloroform , " he said.
"I came down from Bonesteel this
morning , " said Aultman to The News.
"I live In Boston. "
Aultman was operated upon by sur
geons P. H. Salter , F. G. Salter and
A. Bear. *
Stole the Grip.
Dan Dee , the man from whom the
grip was stolen , was on the Bonesteel
train , headed for Denver. At the city
station , Northwestern railroad , he
got off for a few minutes to walk
about and stretch himself. He
climbed back on the train to go to
South Norfolk. He noticed that hla
grip , a fine leather case , was missing
He decided that a Bonesteel thief
had taken it , and made up his mind
to get the fellow for the sake of the
public , If possible.
Dan Dee came back to Norfolk. He
hunted up Ofllcer Pllger. They start
ed In to make the rounds of hotnln.
Mr. Dee had no Idea of the appear
ance of the fellow.
Locate the Thief.
At the Norfolk. House , upstairs ,
they located a room In which a atraug-
er had taken lodging. They knocked
nt thfl door and there was no ro-
spouse. The ofllcer battered , and
there was no answer. Then ho
smashed away , but all was silence.
When the man within realized that
the door would break , he turned the
key. Shrinking back In his bed , ho
declared he had not stolen the grip.
The leather case sat on the floor.
A Pretty Dive.
"It was a beautiful dive , " said Mr.
Dee , who witnessed the feat. "Ho
turned and swung through the win-
low without an effort , like a double
somersaulter , and in a second he wan
; one ,
"I can not say too much , " continued
the man from Denver , "in praise of
the Norfolk ofllcer. Policeman Pllgor
Is certainly a wizard. I had no hope
of locating the man , really , but In
fifty minutes he had nailed him. The
policeman gave "the thug every op
portunity to be arrested peaceably ,
called to him to halt frequently and
then flred alarm shots before ho
aimed. He did what an ofllcer should
Mr. Dee presented the policeman
with a box of cigars.
"I aimed to get his foot , " said Offi
cer Pllger. "I didn't Intend to get the
thug so high up. We have been fightIng -
Ing against thugs and grafters and
crooks all of the month and this la
the'first shooting. But we won't stand
for any work. We will shoot If It es
Norfolk people are glad the thug
was shot. Order will be preserved
In Norfolk at any cost and It Is well
to let these grafters know that they
are not In Bonesteel. If It had to hap
pen , the general opinion Is that It IB
well to have happened early In the
Mr. Dee says a carload of the graft
ers arrived in Norfolk today from
Bonesteel and that not fifteen are left
there. Police here are taking every
precaution against them.
The grafters have been bluffing the
police considerably , and this Is but
a sign of what will happen to them.
It is trusted that they believe In signs.
The young crook is a very smooth ,
smart looking fellow. He Is smooth
shaven , clean cut and well dressed.
One of the showmen In the streets
says that Aultman was one of the
fiercest pickpockets in Bonesteel and
that he has a partner.
He had broken open the grip and
; ild the papers concealed within , un
derneath the mattress of the bed.
DAIL Y NEWS ELECTRIC SIGN.
Was Complete Work of Gene Huse.
The Dally News sports a brand new
automatic electric sign which was
swung into being for the first time
last night. It Is a huge affair , almost
as tall as the building , and runs per
pendicularly up and down the corner.
Large letters spell out "Dally News , "
being alive with electric lights. Each
letter flashes up and disappears until
the two words are spelled out Then
the whole sign lights up , disappears
and lights up again before the opera
tion is completed.
The big sign was the idea of Gene
Huse , the eighteen years-old electri
cian of the Institution , and was built ,
designed , erected , wired and made to
work by him.
Fellow Wearing Lodge Emblem la
Raked In by the Police.
What is supposed by the police to
be a housebreaker was arrested last
night at midnight by Officer Pllger.
He was found loafing around , killing
time and as he answered the descrip
tion of a man who was seen down on
Third street the night before , he was
chucked into the steel cage till morn
He wore the three links of an Odd
Fellow's badge , and tried to work it
In appealing for mercy. There are
so many of these grafters In the
country with lodge emblems' on their
lapels , that the police were leary of
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