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TIIK NOKKOIiIC NKWS : KUIDAY. KKMHUAUY ! ( ' . HOfi.
MflS. W. H. THOMPSON FILES HA
BEAS CORPUS PROCEEDINGS.
HEARING IN GRAND ISLAND
The Case Will be up for Trial Monday
Afternoon The Child Was Surrcp.
tltlously Taken From Its Home by
Its Father and the Sheriff.
Grand Island , Neb. , Fob. 10. Spe
cial to The News : Mrs. W H. Thomp
son has filed habeas corpus proceed
ings for the recovery of her grand
. child , taken surreptitiously from Its
A * homo by Its father and Sheriff Dunkel.
\ ( Hon. W. H. Thompson secured posses
sion of tlio child In Omaha yesterday.
The caao conies up for hearing Mon
CHARGED WITH BIGAMY
Fremont Railroader Has Two Fami
lies , It Is Alleged.
Fremont , Neb. , Feb. 10. Special to
The News : Mabel Tragard today filed
complaint against hei husband , Frank
Tragard , on the charge of bigamy.
, ' The couple were married last August
I nnd now It develops that Tragard has
a wlfo and three children living at
Oskaloosa , Iowa. Tragard Is a rail
road man who left hero January 23.
Howard Holmes Is back from Pierce.
.T. Larkln IR In Dodge to visit friends.
Mr. Griffon of Plalnvlew Is In the
Aug. Mlllnlt/ went home to Plain-
Charles Rico made a trip to Plorco
Ed Dlckson Is going to the business
W. M. Robertson wont to Madlsou
< m business
O. M. Krause has gone to Plalnvlow
for a few days.
Charles Tyndle Is In Plalnvlew vis
iting his parents.
L. Cousins has gone to Bancroft for
a few days visit.
W. H. Wllklns of Foster Is In the
city on business.
L. M. Eastman of Crawford spent
Sunday In the city.
Otto F. Schaublo or rilgor vlsltod
over Sunday with friends.
S. R. McFarland , deputy county
clerk , Is over from Madison.
D. B. Hlnes , the Union Pacific engi
neer , Is In Omaha on business.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Edwards came
down from Fairfax Sunday.
E. O. Forgelto of Wayne stopped
over Sunday night In Norfolk.
C. H. Holmes of Foster Is visiting
with his brother at the Junction.
F. C. Marshall of Center spent Sun
day in Norfolk and left for home Mon-
Max , the small son of Mr. nnd Mrs
B. L. Moses , Is seriously 111 with pneu
Emil Kltkowskt left for Fremont this
morning to attend the normal school
Ernest S. Schofleld , editor of the No-
ligh Register , was a city visitor yes
F. R. Lundball of Neligh arrived
Monday for a day's visit with Hurt
Ralph Garvin returned Sunday evenIng -
Ing from a visit with friends in west
ern Iowa ,
R. B. McFaden came down from
Chadron Sunday and remained over
"Bun" Dlckson returned from Ames
last night where he has been working
in the sugar factory.
Mrs. Schram and D. C. Griffin of the
dressmaking school spent Sunday with
relatives In Madison.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Cleveland
of Crelghton are visiting with Mr. and
Mrs. George D. Butterfleld.
Jacob Pllger Is visiting with rel
atives while on his way home from a
trip through southern Kansas.
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Huso returned
nt noon from Carroll , where they were
rlsltlng relatives since Saturday morn
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Vlgars of Movllle ,
Iowa , are guests at the home of their
son , W. A. Vigars , on South Eleventh
Miss Helen Maylard went to Mad
ison Saturday afternoon to spend Sun
day with her aunt , Mrs. George Dav
John Breed , who has been visiting
with the family of W. C. Rowland at
the Junction , returned to his home In
Talcott OIney of Minneapolis ar
rived Sunday noon for a visit of a day
with his sister , Miss May Olney , at
the residence of Col. Cotton.
Miss Mabel Collamer and Miss Jes
sie Mitchell returned to Sioux City
today after a few days visit with Mrs.
Humphrey and Miss Fannlo Norton.
Robert Larned of Council Bluffs vis
ited over Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
C. C. Tarpenlng while on his way to
St. Edwards to see his llttlo child
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. A. Allen returned
yesterday from a visit with relatives
In Burt county. Miss Annlo Kcnnoy ,
a sister of Mrs. Allen , returned with
Rev. and Mrs. J. F. Pouchor left
Monday morning for Herman , Neb. ,
where they were called by the death
of the grandfather of Mrs. Pouchor ,
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Pllger of Plaln
vlow , who had been visiting In Kansas ,
stopped off hero on their way homo
and vlsltod at the homes of Mrs. Pll-
gor and of Mr. and Mrs. Al Dognor.
/ Vf Miss Mamlo Thill , who has been a
clerk In the Johnson Dry Clouds store
for HOMIO time , has given up her powl
tlon to assume a similar one In Dell
Rapids. S. D She leaves for her now
position on Thursday.
Mrs .1. C. KiiHlburn left for Elgin
today where she will make her future
homo. Mr. Eastburn will remain for
several , days to finish packing his
household goods. Ho has recently
purchased a farm near Elgin and after
thl.i year will farm It himself.
Mrs William H. Bridge left today
for a visit with her daughter , Mrs
Jessie McCormlck , In Spokane , Wash.
On her way to Spokane she will stop
over for a day In Sioux City , and for
several days In Mount Vernon , S. D. ,
where she will visit with her son , Ern
Ira Hamilton Is moving to his now
homo north of the brick yard.
The West Side whist club will moot
Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs , N.
A. Raliibolt ,
Tlio Sturgeon Music company have
purchased from C. F. W. Marquardt
two largo handsome show cases.
The Ladles missionary society of the
Congregational church will moot \\lth
Mrs. O. R. Meredith on Tuesday after
noon at It o'clock.
The Claman Stock company opens
i throe nights' engagement at the An-
lltorlum this evening with the popular
iloco , Her False Life.
A number of young ladles will give
a valentine dance tonight at Mar
quardt hall for the young men who
icloiig to the Tues'day evening danc-
The marriage of Mr. Albert Mach-
nuillor and Miss Emma Klcntz Is an
nounced to take place at Christ Luth
eran cnurch next Thursday afternoon
at 2 o'clock.
P. A. Shurt/ lost a valuable horse
.his morning. Early in the day his
oam was turned out into the lot
for exorcise and shortly after one of
.ho horses kicked the olhor and broke
its leg , necessitating shoollng.
Tlio meellng of the Commercial club
.his evening should attract all mom-
) ors who can possibly attend. Dele
gates to the state meeting of commer
cial clubs In Omaha next week are to
bo selected , and an organization of
those Interested In a race moot this
sea-son Is to bo effected.
Rov. Mr. Pfeiffer of Madison
preached in Johannes Lutheran church
yesterday afternoon , filling the pulpit
n the absence of Rev. II. Wolport , who
was married at Leigh last Tuesday
and is now In DCS Moincs , Iowa , on
lis wedding trip. Mr. Wolpert and
irldo are expected homo next week.
Ethel Beckwlth , the hired girl who
stole from a number of Norfolk fain-
lies recently , created a llttlo furore
n O'Neill several weeks ago accord-
ng to a report just received. She
worked for a few days in a restaurant
Lbero and left hurriedly , taking with
! ier several pieces of clothing belong
ing to another girl also working there.
Miss Evalino Bargelt of Lowmore ,
Iowa , and the three young ladles trav
eling with her on a lyceum circuit ,
spent Sunday with her aunt , Mrs. C.
S. Hayes. The quartet , which Is
known as "The Oriole Girls , " sang
Saturday evening in Tilden and loft
today for Oakdalo where they appear
Special exercises were held today in
all the grade schools and In the high
school In honor of the birthday of
Abraham Lincoln. The exercises were
comparatively simple and consisted ol
the singing of patriotic songs ou which
the pupils have been drilling for sev
eral weeks and , In some Instances , ol
recitations and short essays about Lin
Chris Anderson , ono of the loca !
mall carriers , left for Herman today
to attend the funeral of his grandfa
ther , who died Sunday. The last word
Mr. Anderson had received , of his
grandfather , previous to that of his
death , was very encouraging. He had
been ailing for some time of Ills Inci
dent to old age but his condition hac
not been considered serious.
At the homo of Mrs. E. P. Weather
a largo party of ladles was enter
talned at 1 o'clock luncheon Saturday
afternoon by Mrs. Weatherby ant
Mrs. S. K. Warrlck. Following the
luncheon six handed euchre and flinch
were played. The first prize at euchre
was won by Mrs. Jacob Baura and at
flinch by Mrs. Emillo Mlttelstadt. Mrs
E. Wallerstodt won the shouting prize
Some forty members of the loca
lodge of the M. B. A. made up a party
that drove out to the homo of Fred
Krantz , two and a half miles south
west of town , to give him a surprise
on the occasion of his fifty-fourth birth
day. The surprise also took ou the
aspect of a house-warming , as It was
the first time that most of the party
had been In the new Krantz home
which has Just been completed.
A judgment for $02.50 against Mike
Endres was granted Uawrenco Heck
endorf by Justice Lambert Saturday
afternoon. The suit was for the re
covery of $125 which Heckondor
claimed was due him for hauling sant
and gravel for Endres. As the evl
donee showed that a certain amount o
work had been done a judgment was
given for that amount. The costs o
the suit were charged against Endres
who will appeal the case.
A moro perfect day In mid wlnto
would bo dlfllcult to locate in any cli
mate than was yesterday. With the
sun shining a genial warmth , with the
mercury hovering around 50 all during
the day , the atmosphere was a decldei
Inducement for people to bo out o
doors , and practically everyone li
town Improved the opportunity. lu
stead of going south to find a moro
salubrious winter climate , all people
of Nebraska had to do this year waa
to stay at homo and enjoy what was
MRS. SAR FAILED TO MAKE COM
PLAINT STICK IN COURT.
MR. SAR WAS THE ONLY WITNESS
Testified That He Bought Whisky of
James Walton on Sunday , But This
Is Denied by Other Witness and the
Case Is Dismissed.
The complaint against James Wai-
on for Sunday Helling was dismissed
n Justice Uunhert's court Saturday
ifternoon because of Inmilllclcnt evl-
lence. Andrew Sar , the husband of
ho woman making tlio complaint , wan
he only witness to testify that Walton
ind Hold liquor on Sunday. Ho declared
clared that ho with four others bought
Ivo whiskeys nnd boor from Walton
in January C In the hallway above the
saloon. A. W. Goldsworthy declared
that ne was not In the hallway or any
mrt of the building occupied by Wn1
on on that day , IIH stated by Sar , and
refuted the other testimony of Bar.
Walton In hln own defense entered a
otter written to him by Mrs. Sar as
evidence. The letter contained a
threat against him ami declared that
mo would cease prosecution If he
would settle with her. This he said
10 had refused to do and that bo had
ibwlutoly Ignored the letter.
CUPID BEAT THE LAW.
Emit Heckman and Mrs. Anna-Beam-
hardt , Though Cousins , Wed.
The laws In Nebraska regarding
marriage forced Emll Heckman and
Mrs. Anna Bcarnhardt to go to Sioux
City to bo married Wednesday. As
they are cousins the law forbade their
marriage In Nebraska and they were
narrled under the Iowa law. They re-
.urned In the evening and will make
tholr home In Norfolk ,
RABBI BRONSON HERE.
.arge Number of Friends and Relatives
at S. M. Rosenthal Home.
A number of friends and relatives
of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Rosenthal gath
ered at their homo Wednesday accordIng -
Ing to the Jewish custom on the ad
ministration of the rlto of circumci
sion to their 8-day-old son. Rabbi
Uronson of Omaha was present.
Those present wore : II. Krnsnc and
Miss Sadie Krasne of Fullerton ; Max
Krnsnc of Oakland ; Dr. Bear and
wife , H. Krasno , M. Saffron , David
Baum , Jacob Baum and Mr. and Mrs
Charles Rico of Norfolk ; Frank Kras-
no of Aurora.
BOY IS SHOT
Fay Nightingale , 1G-Year-Old Boy , Gets
Fay Nightingale , the IC-year-old son
of I. N. Nightingale , was accidentally
shot In the wrist Saturday afternoon
by a boy by the name of Smiley. The
two In company with a Clark boy were
playing with a 22-callber rifle In the
Nightingale yard when the gun was
accidentally discharged. The bullet
passed partially through the wrist at
the joint but fortunately only grazed
the bone so that the wrist will not
stiffen as a result of Ihc wound. The
boy was hurried to a physician's olTlce
and the bullet extracted and the wound
CHURCHES TALK UNION.
Baptist and Christian Members Discuss
Another step toward the prospective
union of the Christian chinch and Bap
tists was taken yesterday when the
former held their communion services
in the Baptist church. A talk was
also given to those attending on the
stand of the Christian church on the
Holy Ghost and on baptism. The
members of the Baptist church , while
willing to consider the proposition ol
joining In the movement of consolida
tion , dcclaro that they will not take
any definite stcy until they have a
AD. BROUGHT RESULTS.
As a result of ono Insertion of an
advertisement In The News , Saturday
the Norfolk Tea & Coffee house In a
half day have sold fifteen cans of bak
Ing powder. The firm attributes the
entlro sales to The News ad. directly
The baking powder carries premiums
which were featured In the ad.
HIGH SCHOOLFOOT BALL
Boyd Blakeman Elected Captain and
Preparations Made for Season.
Boyd Blakeman was elected captain
of the Norfolk high school footbal
team for next fall at a meeting of the
team members Saturday afternoon
Superintendent Bodwoll will act as
manager. The outlook for a strong
team for 190G are very good and the
team should retain the champlonshii
of northeastern Nebraska , which the ;
won last fall. Nine veterans will be
with the team next fall and tholr plac
es will bo ably filled , judging fron
the material now In sight. Lulkar
and Gow nt the guard and loft hal
back positions will bo lost to the team
und their places will probably bo tlllei
by Tyndal. and Hauptll.
Will Build a Home.
Robert Bathko has purchased the
five-acre tract of land north of the
First street bridge from the Braascl
estate and will build a homo on It nox
SKATING ON NORTHFORK
Many Small Boys , Without Parents'
Knowledge. lUni Life Risks.
In Hplte ( if ( lie dnngcroUHb trench
roim lee \\hloh pnvoni the NorthforK
Ivor hero , Into which victims nlnioNt
iiiiiuully full , there nrc tuns 11 large
minder of mnnll IIO.VH iwlng the Htroam
or Hkatltig every day , ninny of thorn
10 doiilit without tlio knowledge or
niiHonl of Iht'lr imrcntH.
The Ice on thi' rlvor III\H lioon cut liy
eomon In spots iinil It would not lie n
llllleult matter to slide onto ono of
IIOHO Ililn HpotH , liarcly rofnm'ii , und
Irop In. Thou Micro nro always 11
urge number of airholes In the North-
brh , liccaimo of the Hprlngn nt tlio
iiittoin that hoop bubbling ii ) ) n dlf-
oront totniioraturcd lliiuld , and there-
Hull IH that much rink In taken In go-
UK on the Ice there at all.
Ono boy dropped Into tlio Ice yoH-
onlay and wan nmdo thoroughly wet
NORFOLK COMMERCIAL CLUD
DELEGATES ARE CHOSEN.
LARGE NUMDER WILL ATTEND
Eight Delegates Were Appointed Last
Night to Attend the Meeting of Com
mercial Clubs to be Held Next Week
In Omaha Robertson to Speak.
A largo delegation of inomborn of
tlio Norfolk Commercial club will go
o tlio Btato mooting of commercial
clnbH In Omalm next week , according
o the arrangements perfected at tlio
iicotlng of tlio club laHt evening.
Eight delegates were appointed , nil
) f whom signified their Intention of
lUcndlng. Besides tlio eight appoint-
d tlio chair was given authority to
appoint ns many moro an cared to go
and It waa suggested that a Hpcclul
> ffort ho mndo to Hccuro additional del-
ogaten so as to make tlio entlro dele
gation n dozen or moro.
Tlioso appointed an delegates were :
W. M. HobortHon , C. E. Uurnham , W.
N. HUHO , Hurt Mapes , I ) . MathowHon ,
I. C. Stltt , N. W. Clover and A. H.
1'roHldont Robertson baa consented
to deliver an address on "The Country
Commercial Club , " at the Tuesday
evening session of the convention.
If yon want to buy Norfolk property
see ic. Ci. Coryoll.
KELL HAS SERIOUS FALL.
Drops From Wagon , Lights on His
Back and Is in Bad Way.
Charles August Koll fell off a wagon -
on at the corner of First Rtroot and
Norfolk nvcnuo and was seriously In
jured. Ho Htruck on his back and wan
lilt later by tlio falling wagon aeat.
His horses then ran away. It Is said
today that the man Is In a bad way.
Ho lives on South First street.
They May be Seen at Norfolk National
Bank by Anyone.
The plans and specification for the
steel bridges that arc to bo built In
Madison county , have been placed In
the Norfolk National bank by county
Commissioner Burr Taft , and they
may be seen there by anyone who Is
at all Interested.
WAKEFIELD COUPLE PLACED IN
INSANE HOSPITAL HERE.
WERE ARRESTED IN CHICAGO
Joseph Holdobler and Wife , Both In
sane , Who Created Something of a
Sensation Several Months Ago , are
Brought Back to Nebraska.
Among the arrivals at the Norfolk
Insane hospital within the past few
days are an Insane man and his Insane
wlfo , Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Holdoblor
from Wayne county , the pair who for
merly owned a farm near Wakeflold
and who , having suddenly disappeared
from their farm , were picked up by
the police In Chicago.
The couple have been In an Insane
asylum In Chicago for several months
but the authorities there finally decid
ed that the two Inmates ought to bo
cared for at Nebraska's expense , and
they were brought back to Wayne last
week In charge of a nurse. Sheriff
Mears of Wayne brought them bore
and brought with them their two little
children , a babe In arms and another
little girl , whoso coming aided In In
ducing the mother and father to make
the trip. The two children were then
taken back to Wayne by the sheriff ,
where they will bo given away to some
family that can bo found.
At the time the couple were caught
In Chicago It was reported that the
woman was heiress to an estate In
India and that she was a princess. It
was stated that she carried embedded
In her Ilcsh a diamond necklace which
had grown there and could not bo tak
en out. This story proved to bo with
The Insane man and his wlfo occupy
different buildings at the hospital here
and will probably seldom see each
other. Their children shrank from
thorn as though the children had been
THE WORLD HERALD SAYS THE
PRESS IS TO BE ONE.
MR. 8PRECHER DENIES REPORT
Rumor Hna Uccn Rife on the Streets
for Some Time That the Proprietor
of the Press Una Been Trying to Sell
to a Democratic Sydnlcntc.
The following report , which was
printed In Holiday's World-1lorald , IH
absolutely denied by I' F. Hproohor ,
proprietor of ( ho 1'roim :
Norfolk IH to have a democratic
dally ncwHpiipor. II will bo published
mill edited by llurhetl and Pool and
backed by a HCOTO of roproHonlallvo
denioeralH of tliln city , Including Dr.
Koenlgsteln , John Friday , A. .1. Dur-
land , Herman Winter , Dr. Hoar , Mr.
Weatherby and othcni. For this pur
pose a contract of purchann ban been
made \\llli Ilu1 Dally ProHH. now run
an a republican paper. The change
will occur February 15.
Mr. Kproehor declares that I lurk nil
mid Pool have made overtures to him
for the putchtiHo of the paper but that
no deal has been made. When they
left the city Home leu dayii ago they
promised to return nljoul February 15
at which time they might make further
negotiations Ileyoiul this there IH no
ground for the utory , hi' declares.
The rumor bait been current about
the Nti eels for Home lime that a dem
ocratic paper would be started In Nor
folk on February ir > and that It would
be operated by Iliirkett and Pool. Pro-
vIoiiH to IhlH , there \VIIH a rumor that
Mr Hprecher WHH attempting to nego
tiate a sale of his paper to a demo
Burkott and Pool were In the city
about ten days ago and called upon a
number of dcmocrnlH seeking mipport
for a democratic paper , lluikett Is a
fob printer from Omaha and Pool an
editor In HonthcnHtorn Nebraska ,
Otto Sottoff In down from Plalnvlow.
Mind Graves returned to Tlldon this
Henry Haaso Is confined to his homo
M H. UiiRHol of Gregory came down
( ! . M. Kraiisc of Plalnvlow Is In the
city on business.
Kay I. , . ICdeiiH came down from Fair
fax Monday evening.
M. D Tyler will leave for Morrison ,
111. , today on hiislnehs.
MIKH Tomhngcn made a ( lying trip
to Itattlo Creek Monday.
Judge .1. F , Moyd of Nellgh spent
Monday night In the city.
Norton Howe came down from Randolph -
dolph Monday for I bo dance.
Miss Alma Mori/ spent Sunday and
Monday with her parents In Imltlo
.1. II. Karl in of Madison stoppci !
over Monday night In Norfolk.
C. A. .lobntion came down from Fair
fax Monday evening on business.
Miss Scbiil/ visited Sunday with
MlHH Lena Illcrman at Hattle Crook.
S. Heel ; returned from a Severn
dayH business trip to O'Neill on Mon
Miss Mia Hawk returned from
Sioux City Monday where she had beer
visiting her sister.
Itndolph Marquarilt , In company
with his family , drove up to Battle
Creek Sunday to spend tlio day will
his aunt , Mrs. Leonard Solp.
A. Degnor and Mayor Friday went to
Uncoln this morning to attend the
stnto meeting of hardware men. Mr
Degnor Is vice president of the osso
Mrs. .1 K. Ilutchcson returned homo
to Oakdalo Monday noon with her mm
Jack , who has been suffering wit )
pneumonia. Ills condition was slight
ly Improved although ho Is far from
out of danger as yet.
Mr. and Mrs. A. .1. Durland am
daughter Jane loft for California today
to spend several months. They wll
go llrst to Ixs Angeles. After Urn1
they Imvo nmdo no definite plans be
yond the hope of occupying the Whlto
cottage at Now Venice. They have
sought to rent this cottage but have
received no definite word as to the
dlsi > osltlon of It as yet.
L. Schenr.ol has purchased n now
span of mules to put on his mea
The West Side Whist club will bo
entertained tonight by Mr. and Mrs
N. A. Ralnbolt.
An epidemic of colds , due no doub
to the sudden changes of air fron
summer to winter , Is complained o
In Norfolk and surrounding torrltor >
The West Side Hose company wll
meet this evening at the city hall a
8 o'clock. All members are retiestci |
to bo present. The call Is issued b >
After eighteen years Oscar Uhlc has
had his whiskers shaved off and Is
now being Introduced to his oldes
friends. Mr. Uhlo did not feel that ho
could part with everything and so re
talned bis moustache and a goatco.
Ono year ago tomorrow there was
a heavy snow storm , trains were al
blocked , a strong north wind blow am
tlio mercury registered four degrees
above zero Ono year ago today the
sky was clear and the mercury rai
down to the 20-bolow point
fieorgo H. Chrlstoph left this morn
Ing for Omaha whore ho went to at
tend n meeting of the state board o
pharmacy. A number of examination
will bo given to applicants for state
certificates. It Is possible that an effort
fort will bo made to hold the nox
male meeting in Norfolk
A pniM of > oini | ; pi > opii | drove out
o Hie Icii place , live miles Hiiiitheaiit
if town , IIIKI evening to attend nblrlh-
ay pmly given by MHH | Kiln I/en
II A. HiiHkliiH , fnrmerlj of Hpencor
ml later of the Auoha Herald , ban
mile arraiigemeniH lo Html a now
veekly newHpaper In Hltmrl , Neb Mr
ItiHklmi HU.VH ho will call bin paper
bo "Advocate , " The llrHt IHHIIO will
oiuii off the press next week Htuart
ovv IIIIH one weekly nowHpupor , HIM
The Northonnliirn Nebraska Bunk-
rs' iiHtfoeliillon will hold ltd annual
leellng In Oakland on April 2:1 : , ac
ordlng ( o II. A. Cheney , a Crelghton
tanker. Ho Htoppcd over In Norfolk
\loinlii.\ \ evening on his way home from
OmerKim whoio the board of dlreclorn
f the iiHHoclatlon met ycHtorday to
rrango for the meeting. An effort
vlll bo made by both the local hankorn
ml tlumo of neighboring IOWIIH to
ring the mooting to Norfolk ( mother
Tomorrow will bo HI. Valontlne'n
ay , ami there pioiiiliies to be joy g
> ro In the bearlii of the little folk of
Norfolk. Many of them are going to
ecelve dainty little Houvonlrii itwdo bjr
Iny little llngerH. Home of them will
10 red and Home of them green , and
ho fact that this hi true In realized
specially becaiiHo of the run that wan
mile all of IIIH ) week on colored card-
ionril. The Hhop windows have been
lied with attractive dltmlnyii all of
he punt few weekH , mid It IH thought
hat the holiday will bo one to bo long
Mrn. H. F. lleeln suffered a partial
troke of paralysis early thin morning
it the home of her mm , I'M Iteelii. Hhu
van drcimlng al the lime of the ntmko
Suddenly her llinlm scorned to RTO !
vay hcnoalh her and idio Hank to the
leer , where idic remained for fifteen
iiluuloH hofoio her condition wan din-
covered. Mrs lleelH IIHH been In poor
icalth for the punt two years and ban
mil a foicHlindowIng of the stroke for
Home time In a gradually growing
weaknoHH of her lower llmlm. ITcr
ondltlon had Improved much Inter In
With great and little heurtu of finni
ng rod uproad above them on count-
CHH HtrlngH ami garlands of hoartn
Hproad along the walls a largo party
> f young people enjoyed a valentine
lance at Mariiiardt | ball hint evening ,
t was a dance given by a largo num-
lor of young ladles to the boyH , who
Mostly make up the Tuesday evening
bib. From the nolnl of uoveltv Mar-
imirdl ball IIIIH Hcldom witnessed mich
i strange array of decoratlotiH. Ilrll-
hint red heailH alone formed the dec-
iralloim of the hall. They were
Iraped In long chaliiH from the llgbls ,
the poIoH inn'the ] corners of the room ,
and along the wallH they wore HO din-
posed UH to bo HOOII at every glance.
The dance cards even were hearts
These were the suggestion of SI Val
entino. About fifty couples were pros-
The weather man's prediction of
rain and snow came true for fair dur
ing last night and the curly morning
today , and what appeared to bo the
beginning of one largo snow storm
greeted people of Norfolk when they
awoke al dawn , or later. Ualn began
falling hiHt night just IIH It patters
down on the roofs In an April shower ,
and the out of doorK WIH : just about
warm and wet and Invigorating
The night was HO warm that overcoatH
were entirely unnecessary In getting
about. Toward midnight the rain
turned to snow and white srystals
were plastered down. This morning
the snow was being driven In blinding
gusts about town , sldowalkH were
drifted to some extent and getting
about was both dllllcult and Inconve
nient. The temperature has been fair
ly high all day and It IK not thought
that there Is much suffering among
stock. Trains have been slightly In
convenienced by the storm.
NEW LIFE TO THE WORK.
Father Walsh Expected to Accomplish
Much in Omaha.
Omaha Hoc , 10 : Now life will be
given to the work of raising money for
St. Cecilia's cathedral , Fortieth and
Hurt streets , next Monday morning ,
when Hov Thomas Walsh of Norfolk ,
chosen by Bishop Scannell , will outer
a campaign of soliciting funds for the
completion of the largo cathedral , the
foundation of which already has boon
laid. Father Walsh , who has an ex
tensive acquaintance In Omaha and
South Omaha , having been at onetime
pastor of St. Peter's church , will be
given practically carlo blanch In his
work. In all the Catholic churches
next Sunday In Omaha and South
Omaha , a letter from the bishop will
be rend , setting forth the work already
accomplished on the cathedral , the
place the building will occupy In Ibis
sertlon ns a place of worship as well
as an Imposing place of Interest
The cathedral will bo of the Spanish
ronalt-haiice style of architecture and
will cost from $2.0.000 to $350.000 T
K. Klmball Is now completing the
plans for the superstructure.
WANTED By manufacturing cor
poration , energetic , honest man to
manage branch office. Salary $185.00
monthly and commission minimum In
vestment of $500 In stock of company
required. Secretary , Box 401 , Madi
son , Wls
Fanners bring In your repair work
for spring I will save you 20 % as I
have the time and am prepared to do
the work. Paul Nordwlg.
If you want to buy land In South
Dakota it will pay you to call ou P.
0. Coryell , Norfolk , Nob.
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