The Norfolk weekly news-journal. (Norfolk, Neb.) 1900-19??, June 30, 1905, Page 4, Image 4
3 4 THE NORFOLK NEWS : Fill DAY. JUNE 30 , 1905. THE NOR.FOLK NEWS Wt N. HUM : , DAILY. ( KulHtilliiliril 1MT. ] Hvrry lny i-xcrpt Bundiiy. Hy enr. rlor i > r week , U > crntu , Itjr Norfolk l > flnlomr rtcllvery , | > er yw r , $6.00. Uy mnlt on rurnl route * unil nulMtln of Norfolk , per yeiir. H.OO , \\1CICHI.V .MCWtujnimifAU Tin * Now * . KutnWInJied. mi. The Journii ) . KMiitillihed , 1S77. nvcry Krlilny lly mull i > r year , 11.60. Kntcwl nt ( ie jiontottlce nt Norfolk , Neb. its M'oonil cliicM mutter. IMItorliil Oejmrtment. No 2J IlunlnrM Oilier mill Job Hooinn , No St Now In tlio time for n good , ripe dtouth to light on Nebraska and re- nmln for n few wcoltH. It would bo welcome. It Iti to be hoped tlmt the sugar war In Hawaii will Imvo effort sufll- clent to lower the price of Hwceton- Ing for tlio Amcrlcnu hotiBOwlfo tliroiiRb tlio ennnlng nnd preserving Since tlio supreme conit bnB Bixld tbnt Nebraska must elect , Nebraska an do It. It bns done It before and can ngnln. Hut It wns thought tlmt It bud evnded tbo responsibility of coming to n decision. While colleges nnd universities nro htmy bestowing degrees \ipon Presl- dent Roosevelt , tbclr combined notion cannot equal In npproval or deslrn- blllty the degrees that bnvo been con ferred on the president by the great American people. , , , The editor of the Stanton Register In In fnvor of paying ir.0,000,000 . for tbo Nebraska railroads. He has prob- nbly Blzcd up tbo reputed earnings of the Nebraska systems nnd concludes that n year or two would pay the utnto out on the proposition , and it would hnvo n nice thing nnd no taxes forever nfterwnrd , ns the story books nay. The Lincoln Stnr Bounds n warning to the republicans of the Second dis trict , declaring that danger lies In the elzo of the republican majority of the district which will "tend to lull them Into listlesBness , to atrophy the party organlratlon , to stay nt homo on olectlon day when It is their duty to go to the polls. " It would look nice In the face of tbo record for the Second end to go democratic this year in the opinion of democrats and If there In danger of It tbo republicans should heed the warning of the Stnr and got very busy. An Iowa woman has come Into prominence by refusing a legacy of $30 000 because tho. conditions under which It was given required n change of her religious belief. Thirty thou- nand Is n good price to pay for one's religious convictions , but if they are worth anything they are worth $30- 000 nnd more. To change the roll- ylous views of those thoroughly con vinced that one fnlth Is right , is tan tamount to declaring for no religion nt all. It must have been a tempta tion , though , and more than one claim ing n deep religious experience would undoubtedly hnvo fallen. Chief Justice Holcomb , who hand ed down the opinion in the biennial olectlon law case wns practically com mitting official suicide in so doing , nnd the people will feel like approv ing his position on the matter in Bubordtnatlng personal interest to n point of law. Ho retires from the bunch because of the expiration of liis term of office , nnd. has not de clared himself R candidate for re election. Even thqugh he desired the office ngnln his party is too weak , Judging from nil the late returns to ngnln elect him , and unless a power itul "non-partisan" movement might toe worked up he IB ns good ns out 01 It. Ills opinion , however , Is a nenl testimonial to the fnct that the su prbme court is entirely unprejudiced and gives its decisions on the merits of the case and the law ns they appear to them. Lord Kitchener fears that with the Japanese conflict out of the way Rus eln intends to turn Its nttention townrt taking India from the British. He de clares that British arrangements fo defense nro "altogether obsolete nn Ineffective , " but if Russia is led o by such a statement it will probabl live to regret. Surely the Englls will not fail where the Japanese hnv won such astonishingly largo success cs. India is considerably better lo cated for Russian operations than 1 Manchuria , but In resourcefulness am fighting qualities generally the peopl of the British empire may bo clnsse ns of the best in the world. Regan less of Lord IKtchener's expresslo the military experts of the world wi Tielieve that Russia will think twlc before entering upon a campaign o aggression with India ns the bono o contention. For a third time Mrs. Mary M Hogers of Vermont has escaped th hangman's noose by a narrow margin and six months of life nave been o Jfcrod her by the authorities. It seem ulto probnbln , now , tbnt nho ncvor vlll hnng. The Idea of hanging n omnn IM repugnant to the men of n ountry who Iny nome clnlm to chlv- Iry to the fair BOX , nnd the proposal o hnng Mrs. Rogers In Vermont IIHH rought protests from every section } i ' f the United States. The hlwtory of , er brutal crime would Indicate that j ' ! ho rechly deserved the fate that the ! , ourtfl have decreed If nny woman | vcr did , but Imprisonment for life light bo n worse fate than the ono In lore for her , nnd the heait of the inn upon whom the duty of Btrntig- lug n woman by tbo neck until dend vould fall might well bo Justified In nailing nt the responsibility of the Mice. If In such canes women might arry out the degree of the court ml hnvo the nerve to do It , the of- te against the chivalry of the terncr sex might bo circumvented , ut It IH believed that them would he pry few hangings of either sex If IIP women bud the details of the ox- cutlons to look after. The'citizens of Dayton , Ohio , are reparlug n welcome for John II. Pat- ertton , the leading manufacturer of hat town , who Is oxpccted home on uly 11 from a trip around the world. Ir. I'nttcrKnu's loyalty to hit ) homo own , his Interest In the welfare of ho people in bis employ nnd the In- nonce ho line had on reforms In the lanngcnient of the working clauses iroughoiit the commercial world Ivcs him honor nt homo tbnt cannot o exceeded abroad. It IB proposed bat every man , woman nnd child In Dayton shall hnvo a shnro In the Paterson - orson dny welcome and It is planned o mnko It n testimonial such as few icn have received. Honors hnvo con repeatedly bestowed upon offl- lals , politicians , nnny and naval ho- ocs , but Dayton is attempting some- ilng new In a rousing welcome to n nptnln of Industry who line made Imsulf n plnco In the hearts of his ellow citizens. It Is seldom that such testimonial has been planned for n ommerclnl bustler , nnd It Is perhaps s seldom that n grent Ifcnder In coin- lorclnl activity has so endeared him- elf to the people under him that such demonstration would be their unan- nous nnd spontaneous desire. With the election this fall it is pos- Iblo that the last remnant of the islon wave that swept over Nebraska 111 have passed Into history. The upremo Justice nnd the two retiring egents of the university arc fusion- sts , the last that remain In state of- co , and it Is unlikely that they can o ro-elcctod. or that any of tbolr par- y faith will be chosen In Nebraska , 'ho fusion parties rose Into promt- lenco rapidly and as suddenly have roppcd from control of affairs. A ew years represents the Inlluenco hey hnvo exerted nnd It has been an verwhelmlng opinion that they have ot come up to the mark they have et In the mnttor of reforms. During he time that there has been fusion ho two parties to the deal have grnd- ally lost Inlluenco until it Is doubt- ul if both together can show the trength of the weakest when the chome wns first installed. It Is n ecord tlmt cannot be pointed to with > rlde , and some new plan must be rled to afford formidable opposition o the republicans who have constant- y gained in strength through < jthe ears that the fuslonists have been oslng. Whether the two parties will continue to fuse makes very little dif ference to the republicans , In view of he showing of fusion strength. An Indiana young man who wns tor- nnate in being n nephew of ono of he rich Studebakers has recently mule a double winning. His uncle gave him a check for $5,000 on his twenty-first birthday. His other and better reward is a start In life without the weight of either the tobacco or liquor habit to drag him back. Years ngo his uncle mndo the offer thnt if he would nbstnln from intoxlcnnts and narcotics until he became of age a cash reward of the above amount would be his. His uncle has done him a service that cannot bo measured in dollnrs nnd cents. Arriving nt the age of twenty-one without the acqui sition of these bad habits he would bo worse than foolish to begin to ac quire them now , and be is probably rid of them for life. Not only will ho bo saved the expense , wholly silly and useless , of buying tobacco and drinks , but ho will have gained moral nnd physical strength beyond the com putation of dollars and cents. Every young man or boy may not have rich uncles to offer them cash rewards for shunning evil habits nnd vile , hut they may ho certain of a bettor re ward If they will heed ndvlco and ab stain. None are more sincere In of fering the abstemious life to the young men and boys than those who were "smart" in their youth and have acquired something thnt they would pay handsomely to be rid of when they have come to an age of sense and understanding. Ask any of them , hoys , if they think they have a good thing , whether they be soaked with whisky or nicotine. Tim quentlon now before the ptnto IB whom will yon hnvo for Biipreme Judge ? I'lenBe do not nil speak ut once. The French nnd Germans mny not bo very nenr n wnr but they nro evident- 'ly fnr apart on n peaceful HCtlleinPiit of their differences over the Moroccan situation. If the dove of peace Is to remain conceflHlons will ho required from ono or both aides. If those folloxvs who have objec tions to tbo cznr'B government had nrms nnd nmmunltlon It IB probable that the cnr would hnvo trouble enough right nt home to Influence him o mnko terniB of pence with Japan n the promptest manner possible. How can It he expected that good roads will come from a bail convention Ilio the one nt Portland In which n Ight of stupendous proportions de veloped. It Is to he hoped thnt the amount of good roads developed will not depend upon the harmony of the convention. Tom Lawson IB to take the chnulnu- qua lecture platform. Ills friends nnd ndmlrerH have renson to be disap pointed. It wns Buppoficd thnt ho vould Btop at nohlilng less than the annihilation of Wall street but he cannot hope to do that from the lee- uro platform. With the number of Russian wrecks thnt the Japanese have to vork on it IB expected that the navy of the little brown men will continue o grow for some years to coino. It vlll ho found , too , that the resurrect ed Russian vessels will be much more formidable In their hands than when hey were manned by their enemy. The democrats of the First district impose to keep so quiet that the re publicans will not know that they are bore until after It hna happened , but here nre other wnys of telling there nro democrats around thnn by the noise they mnke nnd they need not 10 nstonlshod If they find they hnvo teen located before something dread ful shnll have bnppened. The Lake Shore road , after n trlnl nt Its eighteen hour schedule between Chicago nnd New York Jong enough o Its former twenty-hour gait. Its o Induce a fatal wreck , has returned patrons will undoubtedly prefer to ake two hours more In making the rip than to run the risk of never completing It during their life. The game Is hardly worth the powder. The Jnpane.se do not propose to tie ip their dogs of wnr until they hnve the Russians safely ensconsod in a leal for pence that promises success. They have had nothing , thus far , to llscourago them in their war opera- Ions , nnd do not propose to lose by 'nlllng In too hastily In an agreement o kiss nnd mnke up with an enemy that hns proven treacherous in BOV- ernl particulars. The board of Indy managers of the St. Louis exposition are credited with 'laving ' turned hack into the United States treasury $2CCG7 of the $100- 000 alloted them. They evidently neglected the champaign suppers , clam bakes and other media through which mere men folks dispose of plethoric surpluses. Few boards com posed of men would ever have per mitted it to happen. The striking Polanders are again adding to the czar's troubles , by in sisting that they have rights which the dukes , aristocrats and authorities are bound to respect. At Lodz barri cades and other revolutionary tactics are employed and there is prospect thnt the trouble will grow if the po lice nnd soldiers do not soon succeed In killing the worst offenders off , at which they are making fair progress. A New York woman sued her hus band for divorce , alleging , among oth er things , that he would not nccom pany her to places of amusement nnd entertnlnment. The judge trying the cnse found thnt she was not cntitlec I to divorce on nny such grounds am j women who insist on dragging tirec i husbands to church fairs and pink teas are thereby warned thnt the bus band bns some right thnt the wife Is hound to respect. j Senator Mitchell mny have had a good partner , hut there are limits to the confidences even between part ners nnd the time may come when the most faithful of them will be compelled polled to tell what they know. When , a man Is going wrong there is no one to be trusted with his secrets , ant , the one way to avoid trouble is to keep on the side of right so far tha a most trusted friend can have noth Ing worth disclosing. Another get-rlch-quick scheme ha been nipped in the bud by the United States postal authorities and a lot o prospective victims should return their thanks to a government thn i goes as fnr ns it can in their protec tlon. It really should not be neces eury to have a guardian appointed t see that people do not lose tbolr mon cy on 11 fool venture , but until the public IB convinced that companies and corporations promising large re turns on Hinnll Investments or other wise offering something for nothing are fraudulent In nlno cases out of ten , It will be necessary to exercise Tlgllance In tbo matter of specula- tlon. Otnnhn Is feeling clever over nn in crease of twenty-live per cent In its hank clearings over ( lie period corresponding pending with last week of a year ngo. Lincoln nlso clnlrns to he on the move orwnrd and the same spirit IB un- oubtcdly In evidence In every small- r town throughout the state. Nor- oik IB among the places that nre bowing a growth and Industry that vould attract people looking for pro- rcsslvo towns. City nnd farm prop- ity In north Nebraska are of the ind that bring wealth to fortunate wneru nnd In u few years there will e mnny to ndd their accumulation of ortuuc to the general roll. The Russians nre preparing for n trcnuoiiB defense of Vladivostok , but ioy will 11 nil It unavailing If the Jnps oolde that they want that particular ort and an armistice- docs not inter- one to prevent their activities from aklng effect. The Russians had time ml did prepare a strong defense for 'ort Arthur , but it was unavailing therwlse than to cause the Japanese arger losses and compel them to take longer time in reducing the do- enses. So it will be with Vlndivo- toli , with the added disadvantage of ncklng a navy to nsslst the Russians i a defense of the city and its en- irons. The Russians might better te preparing to evacuate , for evacu- te they must if the Japs say so and f the precedent established by the ar is to be relied upon. In a week the patriots , young , old nd middle aged , will be doing their mightiest to give the country to un- orstand that they are happy over he fact thnt the republic has safely ompleted another yenr of its exist- nee , nnd they will succeed beyond 11 doubt. If as mnny towns in other arts of the country have made the nine preparations to celebrate ns has cen made in north Nebraska there ill be one continuous roll of noise nd enthusiasm across the continent rom sunrise to sunset nnd there will )0 joy and hnppiness in huge blocks. Norfolk proposes to be in it with the jest of them and there will be thou- nnds of visitors who will appreciate lielr celebration in a town thnt is live to their entertainment and will eave nothing undone that will add to ilcnsnnt recollections of the day. The president has decided that Chinamen exempt from the operations f the exclusion act must be given air nnd courteous treatment by the ort olllclnls of this country and it is tins hoped to head off the movement ooklng toward a boycott that has teen , made by the Chinese guilds. There nre good Chinese , as well as oed immigrants from other nations nd the president's action is subject o the npproval of the people of the ountry. The probability is that when he Chinese become as advanced and ducnted ns the Jnpaneoe there , will be no further need of excluding them and that they will be more desirable ban other immigrants from Euro pean and Asiatic countries. An iron clad rule cannot be made to hold in all cases and during all time. Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications , as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There Is only one way to cure deaf ness , and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness IB caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous Un Ing of the Eustachlan tube. When ths tube is inflamed you have a rum bling sound or Imperfect bearing , and when it Is entirely closed , deafness is the result , and unless the Inflamma tion can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition , hear ing will be destroyed forever ; nine cases out of ten are caused by ca tarrh , which Is nothing but an in flamed condition of the mucous sur faces. We will give one hundred dollars for nny case of deafness ( caused by catarrh ) tbnt cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh euro. Send for circu lars , free. F. J. Cheney & Co. , Toledo , O. Sold by druggists' 75c. Take Hall's family pills for constl patlon. The Salve That Penetrates. DeWitt's Witch Hazel salve pene trates the pores of the skin , and bj Its antiseptic , rublfoclent and healing influence it subdues inflammation ant cures bolls , burns , cuts , eczema , tet ter , ringworm and all skin diseases A specific for blind , bleeding , Itcblnt and protruding piles. The origins and genuine Witch Hazel salve is made by E. C. DeWitt & Co. , nnd sold by Asa K. Leonard. Why suffer with your stomach , kid neys and liver when Hollister'B Rock/ Mountain Tea will make you well ? If taken this month , keeps you v/ell all summer. 35 cent * , tea or tablets. Tbo Klesau Drug Co. The booming of the Fourth of July cannon mny bring rain to break the drouth. If Nebraska Is ever again drouth Ktrlcken It will only be after several oriBCCutlvo years of thorough drying out. After Friday nt midnight It will be llfflcult to obtnln a clgnrette In Ne- brnskn without running counter to he law. This gives about another lay In which victims of the habit who mvo the price may indulge their np- letlte unless they hnvo a good supply on hand. June continues to show n temper- ture under normal , but with July nnd August to be heard from there s no need of Immediately declaring he crops down and out of It because f Junq's untoward conduct In the nntter of hustling the crops nlong ownrd maturity. The suicide of the bandmaster of ho Alabama nnd his young bride the other dny indicates that there nre rucl partings In times of peace as veil ns of wnr. The vessel hnd been ordered to Aslntlc wnters nnd the ouple could not endure the thought f the long sepnratlon BO took their own lives. It would seem like a great government like the United States might make it possible for its army nd nnvy officers to have the company f their wives in times of peace , when liey so desired , or else forbid their nnrrlage , If such a result is not pos- ihle. In enforcing the Sunday closing law nd shutting off the betting nt races Governor Folk has certainly made en- roles of those who admired him for ils stand against other forms of graft nd lawlessness , and it is being earned that he is a reformer on no ne line nloneand that be has n code f moral principles to accord with his ecord previous to being elected gov- rnor. Some of those who are now eing hurt do not like It and promise hat he shall never again be govern- r , nor hold any other prominent of- ice in the state. Perhaps they have he strength to carry out their con victions on the subject. Anyway , it s possible that Missouri will herself iispose of the governor as a factor in national politics before he has sue- essfully entered the arena. Three years ago on June 17 a na- lonal irrigation law was Inaugurated xnd the llrst steps toward reclaiming he desert have now been made. In he three years the irrigation fund las increased until it is now $30,000- 000 and will continue to grow until every irrigable foot of land in the country is producing crops and pro- Iding homes for the people. It is a revolving fund , as at the end of ten ears the settlers will have paid back o the government the cost of provid- ng them with watered farms and he money paid back will go toward he building of other projects for oth er farmers. It Is a plan of most stu pendous Import to the government and his and the reforestizatlon of tim bered lands will one day make the west one of the richest countries on he globe. In a few years , it is be loved , the irrigation fund will have reached $100,000,000 to be used in providing the industrious farmers with homes. The first project to be completed by the government has just been opened and many other projects are under way. The benefit of the 'und is shown in the following appor tionment among the states and terri lories of the west and in a few years it is expected that the immense irri gation projects of Egypt and British India will be duplicated if not exceed ed in these states : Arizona , f3,000- 000 ; Arizona and California , joint pro jects , $3,000,000 ; Colorado , $2,500,000 ; Idaho , two projects , $2,600,000 ; Mon tana , $1,900,000 ; Montana and North Dakota , joint projects , $2,350,000 ; Ne braska and Wyoming , joint projects , $5,750,000 ; Nevada , $2,740,000 ; New Mexico , $280,000 ; Oregon , two pro jects , $3,250,000 ; South Dakota , $2- 100,000. Some of the work at present xmdertnken is preliminary and some what experimental , but vast results are certain to be attained in a feu jears. It Is believed that the work will have an Important effect on the climate in the near future and It i judged that in addition to the water flowing through , the irrigation ditches the territory cpncerned will expert ence a largely increased natural rain fall. Since the establishing of thi homestead law there Is perhaps no law that means more to the genera public than this system of irrigation inaugurated. Millions of acres that will provide food and clothing for ml ! lens ; more of people w-lll be the out come and it is ptoposed to Increase the strength of the movement at an e rly date. The Chlldren'o Favorite. For coughs , croup , whooping cough etc. , One Minute Cough Cure is the children's favorite. This IB because it contains no opiate , is perfectly harmless , tastes good and cures Bold by Asa K. Leonard. Maud Isn't 5 and 30 too old to hope or any Improvement ? I should say not. One just begins to live. Take L lolllster's Rocky Mountain Ton. You ' "x. will bo blooming fair nt CO. 35 cents , ca or tablets. The Klesnu Drug Co. Couldn't wake him If you snooK him Bilious Bill the sleepy head , Jearly loved to lay a-bcd ; Couldn't wake him If you shook him ; When his slumbers overtook him. Suddenly ho started wnklng r.v'ry morn when dny wns breaking. Whnt's this mnglc necromancer ? Enrly Risers , Hint's the answer. The famous little pills , Early Ris ers , cure constipation , sick headache , biliousness , etc. . by their tonic effect on the liver. They never grlpo or sicken , but Impart early rising ener- ? y. Good for children or adults Sol * > y Asa K. Leonard. ATCHISON GLOBE SIGHTS. If you own n dog , you hate to see nether dog whip it. Every mnrrled mnn hns the fnct hrown up to him frequently. Perhaps one reason every one loves a little girl Is that Bhc will play with icr doll and make no noise about it. A girl clerk in a etore always neaks over to the opposition store , it noon , to look at the stuff on special ale. Some people never carry a watcher or the reason that It In much easier o ask some one else to open his and ind out the time. An Atchlson woman admits that in he past five years she has given six men locks of her hair , nnd that no wo were of the same color. An Atchlson husband whose wife ; oes away and leaves him a good deal B flirting a little during her absence. Some people don't blame him much. It is a woman's opinion that she IB ; oed enough when sbe is patient when icr husband scolds ; that it is not ex- tected of her to remove the cause of its scolding. We have received an invitation to deliver a Fourth of July address. If given permission to say Just what we hink , with full protection guaran- eed , we will accept. Americans have o many fool notions that should be controverted. These fool notions do larm ; they are making us a race of braggarts and Idlers. We know people ple who regard faults as virtues ; their nonsense has been accepted as wis- lom and virtue so many years that he cure will come hard. Quality vs. Quantity. Hard muscles and strong body do not depend on the quantity of food you eat , but on its perfect digestion ind proper assimilation. When you nke Kodol Dyspepsia cure your sys- tern gets all the nourishment out of all the food you eat. It digests what you eat regardless of the condition of the stomach and conveys the nut- ng , sour stomach , etc. Kodol Dys- rient properties to the blood and tis sues. This builds up and strengthens the entire system , overcomes and cures indigestion , dyspepsia , belch- pepsia Cure for what is sometimes called America's national disease dyspepsia is destined to eventually work a wonderful and lasting benefit o sufferers from this distressing and mind harassing condition. Sold by Asa K. Leonard. If fortune disregards thy claim , Don't hang thy head In fear and shame. But marry the girl that you love best ; Holllster's Rocky Mountain Tea will do the rest The Klesau Drug Co. Two Dyspeptics If you are too fat it is because your food turns to fat instead of muscle strength. If you are too lean the fat producing food * that you eat are not properly digested and assimilated. Lean , thin , stringy people do not hava enough Pepsin in the stomach , while fat people have too much Pepsin and not enough Pancreatine. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure contains all the digestive juices that are found in & healthy stomach , and in exactly those proportions necessary to enable the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all foods that may be eaten. Kodol is not only a perfect digestant , but it Is a reconstructive , tis i sue building tonic as well. Kodol cures ; Indigestion , Dyspepsia , Sour Stomach , Heartburn , Palpitation of the Heart and Constipation. You will like it. Digests What You Eat Rests the stomach , rebuilds the tissues and gives firm flesh. Dcllu bottlt holdi ! M tlBH M ttieb M th * UUljOr 0 cut ilu. Bold by Asa K. Leonard.