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PIIIO NORFOLK NKWS : FlUDAY , DGOEMHBll i 1JKJ5
PEOPLE OF THAT CITY HOPE FOR
nunUNQTON EXTENSION ,
IT MAY DE OLD PLAN DUO UP
Years Ago , Says the Lender Editor ,
There Wna n Plan to Extend to No-
Ugh Norfolk In Apparently In Line
for the Extension ) Also.
Nollish London A riniior of npimr-
nnlly K < ind foundation IH lioliiKolrctttnl-
oil to Ilio offer ! Hint Ilio H. M. rail-
rouil ninloiuplalcH liullillnt ; H line
northwoul from Nclinylor ! lie romltiK
Donnon. No definite plniiH or locution of
( lie ronto It Klvon , hut the Norfolk
Nown IM unilor Ihn linprcuHlon Unit Ilio
line would point illroolly townrdn Nor
folk. TlilH mny lie Irno. lint It Is Jim !
i\n \ llUoly n inoro westerly counio will
lie tulion mid In ( lint PIIHO Nollli | ;
would very llkoly lie on a linn of ( lit
propoHod ovtomilon. II IH known to
tlio wrllor tlii\l tlilw road rontoinplntod
for yoiu-H liulldlni ; up Shell crook to-
wardii NollKli. mid tlio roportH now lie
Inj ; olrcnlntod may provo that lhln po
miliomo of I ho railroad linn again tioon
rovlvod. In the tnoantlnio It will pny
tlio liiiRlnoHH inon of our olty to koo ) :
a cloHo watch on the railroad develop
inoiitn In this floctlon of the nlnto dur
\i\K \ \ the ni'xt few niontliR.
"JEROME , " NOT "JERUM. "
English Wit Snys the Accent Is on the
ChlcaRo , Nov. 2H. Joroino K. Jo
rotuo , the KiiKllHh wit , wont to Chlca
KO yesterday iiftornoon. Ho IB on u
lecturing tour. During an Interview
n reporter aaltod htm the correct mnii
nor of pronouncing IIH ! imtno. The
liuniorlRl'H Rinllo dovulopod Into i
"I'vo hoon united tlmt n tlinuHiim' '
Union. Had I known that so much
doubt nnd confusion oxlntod upon tlilH
point I think 1 sliouhl hnvo made tlio
trip over hero If for no ether put pone
tlmt setting you right. My naino IR
Jeronio. Spoiled J-o-r-o-m-o. Accon
on the last nyllnlilo , with the .1 having
the sound of G. First iiamo pro
nonncod the same way , nil ether pro
nunctatloiiR holng Incorrect upon the
theory that every man knows liow to
pronounce his own naino. "
Dangers of n Cold ,
It Is agreed by nil the host nnd mos
progressive physicians tlmt nt this sea
son of the year one of tlio inont unfall
Ing preventives against contagion
diseases such as diphtheria , ncarlo
fever and oven consumption , Is tc
rvvold colds , or , having contracte
them , to cotnlmt them assiduously an
intelligently. Colds prepare the sys
torn for tlio reception and dovoloi
mont of the germs of these diseases
The host treatment for a cold Is t
glvo Chamhorlaln's Cough Hoinedy
It Is safe and sure and Is oriunlly val
uahlo for children and adults. It ha
become famous for Its cures of thl
disease and can always bo dopemlo
upon. For sale by nil druggists.
What could bo nicer for n Christum
gift to n young man or young lad
than beautifully engraved cards ?
CARNEGIE SENDS CHECK YEARS
AFTER HE ATE IT.
SURPRISES AN OLD ENGINEER
Mr. Carnegie Years Ago Rode In a
Engine Cab With Engineer Fleck
and Ate the Engineer's Lunch Fron
a Tin Bucket.
Plttsburg , Nov. 29. Ono thousan
dollars Is the prlco Andrew Carnegl
bus Just paid for a cold lunch whlc
bo purloined from nil engineer an
nto In a locomotive cab. The mono
reached Fred Fleck , n retired I'eni
sylvnnla engineer , at n time it wa
In a personal letter to Fleck inclo
Ing his check , Mr. Carneglo refers t
a ride bo had In Fleck's locomotlv
during a tlslt to Plttsburg sovora
years ngo. Mr. Carneglo had know
Fleck slightly , nnd , desiring to take
a ride in the cab of a locomotive ,
climbed on board Fleck's train. The
steel man got hungry nnd rooted
nround in the cab until ho found a din-
norpnil. Without asking any ques
tions ho opened it and nto like n
schoolboy , nnd seemed sorry wbou nil
the lunch was gone.
Tlmt lunch belonged to Fleck , but
ho made no complaint , and Mr. Car
negie has not forgotten. Ho sent the
check , not ns n charity , but ns pay
ment for the lunch.
PREDICT A COAL STRIKE.
"Stock Up , " Is the Cry Among Deal
ers , as Well Prepare for War.
Pittsburg , Nov. 29. "Stock up , " Is
the cry among coal dealers nnd operat
ors. The anthracite operators bold a
secret meeting hi Philadelphia a few
days ago. The demands to bo made
by the United Mlno Workers of Amer
ica were gene over. The eastern op
erators decided they would not deal
with the labor unions. This means a
strike April 1.
The eastern operators decided to
call In their sales agents. Some of
these who have been stationed west of
the Allegheny mountains will bo taken
into Harrlsburg. There will bo no
nero drumming of trade , There IH
plenty of anthraclto coal In the went ,
tint not enough to meet the consump
tion If the winter IH n cold ono. In
the east vast iiuantltloH of hard coal
have been Htorod ,
A Pltltibiirg coal operator iiont a
nan east to examine the coal piles
curried by the rallroadH and dealers ,
lie found from LowlHtown , on the
I'eiiiiHylvanla railroad , to Sunhury and
through U'llkoHharro and Horanton ,
every Htonigu bin Illicit to Its capacity.
ThlH has liven done during the past
two inonthH. On the outskirts of Phil-
idolphln Iho railroads had leased or
filled every avallahlo coalbln and In
< torlng thoho with coal.
VON RAHDEN TAKES BACK HOTEL
Crelghton Landlord Aosumcs Control
of Park Hotel Again.
C'rolghton , Nob. , Nov. 28.--Special
to The Mown : Count M. C. Von Hull-
Ion IIIIH taken POHHOSHOII | of the Park
'mini hero again , after a week In
.vhleli Mr. .lollnolt of Venllgro noted
is landlord. The riM-xelmngo WIIK
nado with mutual romicnt , and the for
nor landlord IH again In Iho hotel.
SOMETHING OF A DLIZZARD IN
WESTERN PART OF STATE.
S END OF THE DAKOTA STORM
Reports Say That Farmers Will Suffer
to Greater or Less Extent Dccausc
Much of Their Corn Crop Is Not
Yet In the Cribs.
Atkinson. Nob. , Nov. 29. Special to
The News : What has proved to bo
the worst storm of the season IH rag-
ng at the present tlmo In nnd about
Atkinson. Monday started In with a
wovoro rain with the wind blowing hard
from the southeast and during the
night n cold north wind sprung up.
Today ( hero IH snow with n steady
northwest wind and no apparent abate
AliiHworth , Nob. . Nov. 29. Special
to The News : There IH milto a lill-
y.ard raging hero. It rained nil day
yesterday and fro/.o as Ice IIH It fell.
Snow begun yoHtorday afternoon. All
out door work had to bo abandoned.
This IH bard on the farmers nH not
over half of their largo corn crop IH
In the erlliH.
WANT M'KILLIP FOR CONGRESS
Fremont Herald Says That His Party
Wishes Him to Make Race.
The democrats of the Third congros
slonal district , through the Fremont
Herald , have announced that they do
Hire Mr. MoKlllIp to again make the
race for congress against McCarthy
next year. The Herald says editorial
That man Pat McKIHIp appears t (
ho worrying the republican pre.su of
Nebraska these dn.vs. During the past
weeK the loading republican papers of
the state have given columns of pub
licity to the Humphrey man. The re
publican writers In the Third district
are determined tlmt McKIHIp shall
seek democrat IP nomination for gov
ernor. The wish Is parent to the
declaration that the Humphrey man
will not again make ( he fight against
McCarthy. The Uncolii News , fearing
the popularity of McKIHIp , rather
pleads that he shall do his hard light
Ing in the Third district alone , and not
In all the state as a candidate for gov
ernor. Our republican friends do well
to fear MeKllllp. The Third district
democrats want him to make another
trial for congress , confident tlmt he
can easily defeat McCarthy In n year
free from Hoosovelt tidal waves , but
wo are not so solllsh as to deny bin
to the domorency of the state if it
shall need him for gubernatorial pur
LONG PINE ROUND HOUSE FORE
MAN HAD SUICIDED.
ABOUT A MILE FROM TOWN
In an Old , Deserted Road , the Remains
of the Man Who Had Been Mlcslng
nnd Hunted for an Entire Week ,
Were Found Saturday Noon.
Ixmg Pine , Nob. , Nov. 27. Specla'
to The News : The body of Join1
Kurtz , who was lost a week ago , Frl
day , has been found. An old friend
the janitor of the public schools , hail
been looking for htm every dny nnt
had concluded to give It up Saturday
if ho did not find him.
In coming homo bo' found the body
about a mlle from town in an old de
serted road. Mr. Kurtz had evidently
taken the strychnine that ho had pur
chased on the day ho was found miss
The body was found not far f.-on
the main traveled road and it Is very
strange that it was not discovered be
SEVERAL DEAD IN WRECK TODAY
News Express Train Collides With
Freight In Pennsylvania.
Harrlsburg , Pa. , Nov. 24. The news
express train on the Pennsylvania
railroad which leaves Philadelphia a
4:25 : o'clock In the morning , ran Into
a freight train at Thompsontown
thlrty-flvo miles west of hero , today.
Several persons are reported killed
SECRETARY TAFT COMPELLED TO
CHIDE YOUNG LADY.
SHE WAS THOUGHTLESS ON TRIP
During a Parade She Turned Her Back
and During a Speech She Powdered
Her Face , Says Letter Written Sep
tember 4 by Mrs. Mapcs.
MHH | Alice HooHovolt was roundly
Hcolded by Secretary Tuft whllo the
party wan In the Philippine Islands re
cently. Miss Hoosovelt did things
which worn not the expected things
and failed to do things which were ex
ported , and Mr. Taft gave her a talkIng -
Ing to , according to n private letter
received hero from Mrs. Captain
MnpoR , who met the Taft party , Hpont
HOIIIO time with thorn and had plenty
of clmnco to got glimpses of the pres
ident's daughter and did It.
This WIIB the letter written by Mrs.
MnpoH to her mother , Mrs. Hlakcly ,
It was at Sorsogoif that Miss Uooso-
volt wan told by Secretary Taft that
Him ought not to bo doing what she
was doing ; that the natives expected
something else. The Americans and
HOIIIO of the natives had taken up a
ollectlon of some Jfi.OOO with which
o entertain the Taft party as they
inished about from town to town.
ThoHo $0,000 were for an exposition.
Among the other features was a pa
rade of natives. From the reviewing
stand the Taft party watched the nn-
JVOH march , nnd were supposed to
low and smllo to the passers-by. In-
Rtoad , It Is said tlmt Miss Uooscovlt
urned her back to the procession nnd
Hpent the tlmo talking to Congressman
Loiigworth. Mr. Taft finally became
otu of patience , told the president's
daughter that the natives expected the
ourtesy of being watched and Miss
Hoosovelt turned about nnd looked nl
I ntor tboro was a program of speak
ing and the llko. And during the
speeches It Is said that Miss Kooso
volt frequently yawned very strcnu
ously , expressing Indifference to whai
was going on about her and freely
showing tlmt the entertainment did
TCvory little whllo , too , It Is sale
that a Httlo silver purse came from
Miss Roosevelt's pocket and from the
purse a chamois powder puff. Will
the puff the president's daughter , ro
gardlcss of the gazing eyes about her
brushed talcum over her pretty fea
And another thing perhaps this
was the most serious offense of then
all. During the speech making Miss
Roosevelt frequently wrote notes am
passed the bits of paper through the
crowd to Mr. Longworth , nnd nnothe
bit of paper In reply was soon passoi
back. The letter received hero state
that Americans In the Islands were
surprised at Miss Hoosovolt's ways.
W. H. Webster of Plalnvlow wn
11. V. Dalton was here yesterdn >
Miss Helen Little of Madison wa
Mrs. .1. Schwartz has returned fron
a trip to Omaha.
Pat Stnnlon of Tilden is In Norfoll
today greeting friends.
Mrs. C. A. Loueh of Hntto. Neb. ,
wore hero this morning.
C. K. Hiirnlmm returned yesterday
noon from a trip to Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. Wenthcrholt of Hos-
kins were hero yesterday.
H. H. Peters and U. U. Hiiuley of
Pllgor were in Norfolk yesterday.
Mrs. L. H. Musselman and grandson ,
Hey , loft for David City today to spend
Thanksgiving with her daughter , Mrs.
\j. C. Husord.
A. n. Dillon of Oakdalo was in the
city this morning. He Is nn A. O. U.
\V. deputy grand master workman and
Is returning to Oakdnle after a trip.
Illshop Karaher of the Black Hills
nnd Father Cassldy of O'Neill , wore
guests of Father Walsh.
Misses Hattie and Mattle Lenserleft
Norfolk yesterday for a trip to Paris ,
France , where they go to study all of
the fashionable modes In dressmak
ing , and for nn extended pleasure trip ,
Fable Homanl will bo the bill at the
Auditorium for Thanksgiving night
The weather man says it will bo
colder tonight and Thursday , with n
rising temperature tomorrow.
Thanksgiving day will bo observed
by The News force and there will bo
no paper issued from this office tomor
Despite the storm of yesterday af
ternoon a largo number of ladles ven
tured out for the reception given by
Mrs. Hurt Mapos and Miss Elvira Dur-
land In the homo of the Misses Dur-
land between the hours of 2 and C
o'clock. Dainty refreshments were
served and a most enjoyable afternoon
A special meeting of the Elks lodge
was called for this morning nt 10
o'clock to initiate Theodore Ix > rch ,
the lending nctor In "Dr. Jekyll nnd
Mr. Hyde , " which recently appeared
bore , and Hey F. Brandon , another
actor in the same company. They
were Initiated today because they were
unnblo to bo present nt any other
tlmo. They glvo their homo as Nor
folk. Mr. Lorch took a lifo member
ship In the lodge hero.
The third annual ball of the Sugar
"Ity aerlo , Fraternal Order of Eagles ,
will bo given in Marquardt hall on the
night of January 1 Now Year's day.
'hoHO who have attended the Kaglo
anclng parties In the pant know well
what successes they always are nnd
ho third annual promlsen to outdo
ny of Its predecessors. The railroad
IOII'H hall coniCH Christmas night and
lie Eagles Just ono week later , HO that
lie decorations will bo done jointly
ml will bo uniiHimlly elaborate and
OHlly. The Eagles are planning to
nvllo a largo number of people.
Tomorrow will end the football sea-
on In the United Slates , there being
few games left scheduled for
'ImnkHglvIng day. Many of the big
earns ended their season last Satur-
ay. The immt Important , so far IIH
Vehraska Is concerned , Is tlmt at Liu-
' ( In between the cornhuskors ami the
Illnols university. The two teams are
'vi'iily matched and hnvo played about
ho same Hort of games this year ,
flurli ban recently Buffered two bad
lefoats and on Oils account both will
; o In for gore tomorrow. Denslow ,
ho Hooper boy who has made a hit
it right end , will not bo In the game
localise of a sprained ankle sustained
n Iho Amos game. There will bo a
urge niimbor of Norfolk people to
vatoli the Lincoln game , among them
icing Mr. and Mrs. Sol Mayor , Mr. nnd
Mrs. H. C. Mntraii , Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. H
Maylnrd , W. N. Huso nnd probably
) thern. In Norfolk a game has boon
ichedulod between the Norfolk high
-cbool team and the Noligh team bill
iiilosH ( bo woatbor clears It Is feared
that the attendance will bo light. The
Norfolk team has done Httlo practlc
ng this week , though their coaches
irgo thorn on with the encouraging
words tlmt "games hnvo been played
) ii worse days than this. " The big
gest game of the west will bo tlmt be
tween Michigan and Chicago and It is
believed that Mlcblgnn will win. One
if tlio interesting notes of the gridiron
is tlio statement that next year some
of Ilio big universities In the east may
take on Michigan and It is earnestly
hoped by enthusiasts of the west that
this may bo done , settling the cham
pionship between the east and the west
and giving a fair battle for suprom-
icy In the sport
"Florodora , " the popular musical
comedy Which comes to Norfolk Fri
day evening , played n two days' stand
at the Grand theater in Sioux City
Mils wool ; and , according to the Tri
bune , Hcorad ono of the biggest hits
ever known In tlmt theater by a popu
lar priced company. Tlio Tribune crit
ic goes on to say : "Mr. Charles Higgs
who is conducting the tour of the or
ganization , has assembled nn excellent
company of large dimensions and _ hns
spared no expense in mounting the
production notwithstanding the fact
that bo has Included many second
clnss towns in bis itinerary nnd Is
plnylng nt second clnss prices. It Is
largely due to bis own family that Mr.
Rlggs has merited and experienced
the great success that has attended
Ills efforts. Mrs. Higgs nnd tsvo SOUR
are leading members of the "Floro
dora" cast. Mrs. Higgs , under the
mime of Miss Hose Stillman , Is seen
in the role of Lady Holyrood. Al
though she possesses no particular
talent ns a vocalist , her charming >
stage presence nnd her great bistro
onlc ability combine to miiUo l > er ,1
strong favorite with the audience
Hut , without disparaging any other
member of the cast , it is due to Mr
Halpb Higgs , her son , to say that the
real hit of the production is his per
formnuco ns Tweedlopiincb , the chief
comedy rolo. Ho displays a vorsalilin
and an ability that easily entitle him
to a prominent place among the music
nl comedy stars. He Is superior to the
Twoedlopunch soon In the original cast
as it appeared In this city.
Father Stratmore Has Left That City
and Gone to Butte.
Atkinson , Neb. , Nov. 29. Special tc
The News : Father Stratmoro of St
Joseph's Catholic church loit yestoi
day for Unite , where the best wishes
of his many friends follow him.
Dr. Bryant of Norfolk spent n few
days in our city In the interests of his
book , with success.
The ladles of the W. C. T. U. ob
served "Memorial" day in the M. 1C
church and rendered a very interesting
ami instructive program.
WANTED By manufacturing cor
poration , energetic , honest man to
munngo branch office. Salary $185.00
monthly nnd commission minimum In
vestment of $500 in stock of cornpan >
required. Secretary , Box 401 , Mad !
eon , WlB.
NEBRASKA GOVERNOR SAYS HE
DOESN'T WANT THIRD TERM.
LINCOLN MEN FOLLOW LAWSON
Louis Ernest of Benson Fell From a
Hay Mow In a Barn Yesterday and
Was Immediately Killed Nebraska
State News From Other Points.
Unroll ) , Noli. , Nov. 28. Governor
John H , Mickey IKIH declared that he
would not bo a candidate for a third
term an governor of Nebraska. He
made the atatonient hero yesterday
and KitvH that thin declaration IH Dual
TOWN CAN'T BATHE.
Citizens Dare Not Take Baths for n
. HoHldents of Newnrk , Del. , are not
to bo allowed to take a tub bath for at
leant n month , and the time may bo
extended. The town council IUIH
adopted ! mich an ordinance.
A scarcity of water IB responsible
for this ordinance , the well which Is
the town's present supply IB going dry ,
and It will take nt least a month to
dig n now artesian well.
GIANTS DRILLED FOR WAR.
New Haven and Cambridge Busy Pre
paring for Championship Battle.
Now Haven , Nov. 2G. A hard scrim-
mngo for nenrly nn hour marked
Yale's practice yesterday. The men
stood the work in grand style nnd
seemed good for another hour of the
same kind of work. There was no
sign of distress among the players , al
though they were well lathered be i
cause of the sultry weather.
Tnd Jones was In the scrimmage
nnd played well. His work turns hope
into almost an assured fact that ho
will bo in the Harvard game today.
Ho came out of the mlxiip In splendid
style , and If a slight stiffness of the
ankle will disappear will bo fit for
strenuous work this afternoon.
Hoyt , who was hurt early in the
season , has made rapid strides In the
The Wayne normal will have a
week's vacation during the holidays.
A now term will open January 1. Tills
school furnishes n splendid chance for
young men nnd women to attend , at
least , a few months during the winter.
Students can tnko just the studies they
wish and will make good progress In
a single term. Write to Prof. J. M.
Pile for a catalog which will tell you
all about the work of the normal and
the expense for attending ,
past two days and Is looked upon as
a certainty for Vccdor'B place at loft
half , If the latter Is not in the prlmest
shape , and ho may got the place any *
With two such tackles as Brill and1
Squires on the Harvard line , Shovlln
and ! Gates have their work cut out to-
box them. And Yale needs to do that
trick I to stop tip the crimson attack
effectively. < The Harvard tackles are
heavy I nnd have speed , the latter quan
tity being especially true of Squires ,
and it Is felt hero tlmt much depends
on the two blue ends.
Careful Drill at Harvard.
Cambridge , Nov. 25. Frightened by
their tendency to hold and get offsldo-
and determined not to have ono of
their players ruled out against the
Ella , as Parker was In the Pennsylva
nia game two weeks ngo , Harvard's
football conches stiffened things all
Everett Wronn , a member of the
football rules committee , and Coach
Lnnngan of the Lolnnd Stanford foot-
hall cloven , wcro elected ns the oill-
ctalB In the game between the varsity
and the scrubs , and penalties were en
forced with the greatest strictness.
Several times the varsity was penal
ized for offside play nnd twice for
holding ; Burr , the big freshman guaril
who 1ms been laid by since the Penn
sylvania game , but who returned to *
work today , being ono of the worst of
The feature of the practice yester
day was the brilliant nnd encouraging
work of Fullback Cnrr , who returned'
after an absence of three weeks on
account of a bad knee. Carr played
a very strong defensive game and also
was very good on the attack.
Harrison , who played against Dart
mouth last Saturday , was on the scrub.
Three touchdowns were scored against
the second eleven , but the defense was
not so good Four times the second
eleven was given the ball on the IB-
yard line , and twlco they rushed it
Superior engraved cards. The News.
AnvonoBOtnlliu nnhctch nnd iloi rli'Hnn niny
quickly iiscortnlii our opinion Iruu nhctlicr nit
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Fine Leatherette Suit Case , worth . . . 2.50
TOTAL , $21.50
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