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THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOmXAL. FRIDAY. OCTOKKIt 28 , 1910.
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Pleasures of the Week.
A roccptlon will bo given the teachers -
ors of the city schools this ovonlng ,
In the lioino of Mr. and Mrs. Hurt
Mapcs by the iiioinbora of the Wo-
11111118 * club.
The West Side Whist club will meet
with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Burnham
next Tuesday evening. This will bo
the first meeting of the season.
Mrs. II. A. Pnsownlk assisted by
Mrs. George 13. Chrlstoph cntortnlned
the ladles of the First Congregational
church on Thursday afternoon.
The Prosbytorlnn ladles mot with
Mrs. Dates , corner Ninth street and
Norfolk uvonuo , on Thursday.
The Ladles' Aid society of the Second
end Congregational church met In the
church parlors on Thursday.
Mrs. F. 11. Scotl entertained the
Ladles' Guild of Trinity church on
Mr. and Mrs. C. 10. Durnlmm attend.
i < d the golden wedding of Mr. and
Mrs. William Zutat llosklns on last
Mra S. fo. Ilraden returned Thurs
day from u three-weeks' visit In Chicago
cage and Waukesha , Wls.
Mrs. Julia McManus returned to hoi
homo In Hawardon , la. , on Thursday
Mrs. C. I. liornard of Plalnvlow visit
cd rolatlvcs in Norfolk the past week
Mrs. 13. A. Bullock Is In Avoca , In.
visiting her sister Mrs. Crosier.
Miss Ruth Harding.
Sunday World-llorald : The en
gagomcnt of Miss Ruth Harding , tin
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chariot
HnrdliiK , to Samuel Uees , jr. , was an
uounced at a luncheon last week.
A Nellgh Social Event.
Nellgh , Neb. , Oct. 22. Special ti
The News : Last Tuesday afternoon
in honor of her sisters , Mrs. T. C
Hornby and Mrs. Charles Sparks o
Valentino , Mrs. J. W. Splrk of this clt ;
delightfully entertained a company o
about thirty invited ladles at he
homo. The afternoon was spent wltl
picture puzzles , resulting in Mesdamei
Sears , Powers , VnnKIrk and Mis
Wlllo completing their puzzle flrsl
each receiving a dainty cup and saucer
cor as their reward of merit. A socla
hour followed and Mrs. Splrk , nssistec
by Mesdames Jones , Auringor am
Boyd served a delicious supper. Mn
Powers of Marshalltown , la. , was n
FIRE IN STANTON HOME.
Flames Nearly Destroy Dwelling o
Emll J. Newman.
Stnnton , Neb. , Oct. 22. Special t
The News : The homo of Emll ;
Newman , former treasurer of Stantoi
county , was seriously damaged by fin
nt 7:15 : o'clock last night. The in
got in the walls and there was som
damage to furniture from water. Th
lire department had the fire out nt
o'clock. The furniture was Insurei
for $500 and the house for $ JOO.
STEAMERS ARE WRECKED.
American and French Boats Agroun
In Tropical Hurricane.
Key West , Fin. , Oct. 22. ( By Wa
of Havana ) The French trans-Atlai
tic steamer Louisiana , from Havre fe
Havana and New Orleans , Is ashore o
Sombrero reef , about fifty miles ens
of here. About half of her 547 passer
gers have been brought hero and th
others arc thought to be not In dangei
News of the Louisiana's plight an
the rescued passengers was brougli
hero today by the United States ro\ \
onuo cutter Forward. The cutter wi
return to take the rest of the passei
gers from the wreck tills afternooi
The steamo- struck the hurricane Moi
day. She lies only eight feet out c
water and it will bo impossible to Ho ;
her until her cargo has been jett
The French liner sailed for thl
country by way of Comma , Spain , Lfi
Palmas , Canary Islands and Tenerlfl
with n general cargo and 547 passei
When within llfty miles of Hnvan
on Monday and in the teeth of tb
hurricane , the captain lost control <
his ship , which at 5 o'clock that nfte :
noon was driven hard upon Sombrer
The cutter found those on boar
wore not suffering and after taking o
as many of the passengers as sh
could accommodate sailed for Ke
West. Those remaining are well.
Reports from Knights Key say th
American four-masted schooner E <
ward T. Stotesbury is n total loss o
Pigeon Key. One man was washe
overboard and drowned. Three othoi
were brought to the marine hosplti
here. The schooner * vas bound froi
Tnmpn to Baltimore with a cargo <
The schooner Sernflnes has bee
towed Into port. The Spanish school
or Martn , from Havana , has been dl
masted and abandoned.
A Mist of Rain Falls.
A mist of rain fell for a tlmo bi
not enough to embarrass the player ;
The bleachers filled rapidly and eve
flowed on to the field.
In advance of official announcemer
It was thought n hit Into the overllo' '
crowd anywhere would go for enl
PLEAD FOR U. S. AND JAPAN.
Mayor of Toklo Talked Inter-nation ;
Peace at a Dinner.
New York , Oct 22. A plea for tt
United States to join hands with Japan
in an effort to Insure International
pence was made hero nt n dinner give'
In honor of Yuklo Oznkl , mayor o ,
Toklo , by the Japan Society of Now
York. Mr. Ozakl declared them can
be no cause for n conflict between
Japan and the United States.
"Nations upend too much for wm
uid too llttlo for pence , " said Mayor
Ozakl. "Even education Is rather war
like nowadays. Cannot wo 1 mean
the United States of America and
Julian take the lead of the world by
islng our energies and moneys for in
ternational peace and good will ?
"You have become one of the greatest -
est and strongest nations of ttio world
by spending less for unproductive ar
maments and more for productive en
terprises. Can you not persuade oth
ers to follow you by the force of such
n beneficent example consistently
"Some of your newspapers n ua
that not only is this dllllcult , but that
ono day which heaven forbid we
may light each other. Uut why ? They
may sny , 'Because of the vast differences -
ences between our races , our civiliza
tion , our Ideas. ' But those differences
fan he no cause nor reason for wnr.
"Wo opened our country by your nd <
vice. We followed all your advice
llko u pupil , then suddenly some of
your countrymen who always were
associated with righteousness and JUS'
tlco toward us , called 'halt' to us , and
say : 'Thus far , but no further. You
must not expand you must not come
to America , ' How can wo help feeling
like a pupil who Is scolded for learn
Ing his lesson too well ?
"It Is folly for any one nation tc
dream of monopolizing It. If we car
unite our hands across the ocean foi
the sake of International peace nnc
good will , and England across the At
lantlc join us in this high Ideal whlcl
I have no doubt she will the peace ol
the whole world may be assured. "
BODY TISSUES REMOVED ; LIVI
Baltimore , Md. , Oct. 22. Along llnet
conceived by himself and worked ou
under the skillful guidance of Johni
Hopkins men who are at the head o
the Rockefeller Institute for Mcdlcn
Research , Dr. Alexius Carrel has mndi
what Is proclaimed to be ono of tin
most prominent medical discoveries o
Dr. Carrel's discovery involves i
method for the removal from the hu
man body of portions of the stomach
blood vessels , skin , bone , and prac
tlcally every other tissue , and makini
them grow at as lively a rate as the ;
did In the human form to which the ;
At the Rockefeller instltutf ntten
tion has been directed for some Urn
to the science of germ cultivation , thi
development of which within the las
few years has been n signal triumpl
in medicine. Dr. Carrel , who paii
much attention to the cultivation o
the germs of disease some time age
began to apply himself specifically t <
the growth of healthy tissues of th
human system after they hod been re
moved from the body.
Ho tried his experiments with tli
sues from the stomach , with tissue
from the blood vessels , cnrtilngD , an
bone , and In the end his efforts wer
rewarded by success. He kept poi
tions of the human body alive as Ion
as three weeks after they were take
from the person to whom they b <
The method of cultivating the llvln
body or portions of It is similar t
the cultivation of disease germs an
Is by the aid of culture material wltl
In the sealed receptacles. These nr
of glass and the processes and fun <
tlons performed by the parts of th
body , as they are developed by art
flcial means , are carefully studied b
the medical men.
The true study of the living tissue
when In the progress of disease ma
bo followed and a way pointed out fc
the application of proper and effectlv
remedies. It Is believed that muc
can bo learned which will lead to
more Intelligent treatment of cancc
than was possible In the light of pro
Fleharty on Issues.
H. B. Fleharty , who addressed
largo audience in the Taylor buildln
hull Friday night declared thnt ho I
assured thnt Hitchcock Is not guilt
of any participation .3 the Burf.o
"Mr. Hitchcock did Vrrc * niouov
said Mr. Fleharty , "but ' " " ' "j
rowed any from the st. . ' * va
borrowed from nn Omaha b -r. TI.
bills have all been paid. ' >
was pnid two years after ti
the other two months later ,
were two notes and It was not 'f.
what had become of them. B.
got them from a business mnn of .
high standing that Mr. IHtchcock \ \
not disclose his name. "
Most of the South Omaha attorney' '
tlmo wns taken up In explaining th
workings of the Payne tariff law an
attacking the tariff commission whic
ho said ho did not believe in. II
quoted the late Senator Dolllver o
Not until near the end of his ai
dress did Mr. Fleharty touch on Dan
man. Ho said very few words o
James C. Dnhlman , but declared h
had known him for over twenty yeai
and found that ho was an hones
straightforward open-hearted man. II
praised of the Omaha mayor mnn
wnys nnd declared the lower elomer
of Omaha , Including Tom Dennlson e
the third ward and several mlnisteri
hnd locked hands to work agalm
Matrau on County Option.
Mr. Fleharty was Introduced b
Mayor John Friday after which M
Floharty , In a short speech , Intn
duced II. C. Matrau , candidate fc
I state legislature who spoke on count
option and other Issues. Ho declare
o because people of the cities pay th
tax for privileges In the city , that It
was none of the farmers' business If
the ncoplt ) In the city wanted the sa
loons or'not. Ho believed county op
tion led to prohibition.
Among those seated on the pint-
form were : John Friday , H. C. Mn-
trau , Jack Welch , 15. B. Knuffmnn , H.
. . . Winter , Peter Stafford , Sr.
Madison , Neb. , Oct. 22. Special to
T ho News : Judge Bntes Issued n
marriage license to Bernard F. Hoff
man and Miss Emma Leu , both of
A News want nd will do the work.
J. E. Hnase went to Wlnslde on busi
J. M. Covert returned from n busi
ness trip to Pierce.
George Osten went to Omaha to
visit with friends.
Miss llnnnnh Jncobs of Omaha Is In
the city visiting with her nlster , Mrs.
Mrs. A. L. Drebert of Oakdale Is In
the city visiting with her parents , Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Crunk.
W. A. P. Zutz of Gregory , S. D. , Is
in the city visiting with his parents ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Zutz.
W. A. Schroeder , bookkeeper of the
Chicago Lumber company , left nt noon
for his future home In Chlcngo.
Leo Moore has resigned his position
ns night operator nt the Norfolk Long
Distance Telephone ofllce and lias re
turned to his homo nt Battle Creek.
Miss Hazel -Walton succeeds Mr.
A. R. Stlllman of Wnlthill , who was
arrested by Constable Flynn for pass
ing a worthless $10 check in this city
some tlmo ago , made satisfactory set
tlement with all parties concerned in
the olllce of City Attorney II. F. Barn-
hart yesterday afternoon.
On Thursday the Ladies' Mission
Circle of the Baptist church held an
all-day meeting nt the home of W. L.
Parker , two miles west of town. Mrs ,
Parker provided an excellent dinner ,
and some twenty-live partook of the
good things she furnished.
Dr. F. B. Cogswell of Lake City ,
Minn. , is in the city visiting with Dr.
C. J. Verges. Dr. Cogswell was n
schoolmate and graduated In the same
class with Dr. Verges. While here last
summer Dr. Cogswell contemplated
moving to Pierce. He will probably
locate somewhere near Norfolk.
Excitement rpigned supreme yester
day afternoon In the Bee Hive store
when Miss Alice Holt , the bookkeeper ,
swallowed a fly. The young lady was
talking to n customer when suddenly
the fly made his appearance on hei
lips and dlsnppenred down her throat
The young lady , although at flrsl
frightened , soon joked over the affair
Fred Stamer , living eight miles
north of Hosklns , was arrested for be
ing drunk and fined $10 in Justice
Eiseley's court Saturday morning.
J. Walters of Wayne , who was nr
rested Thursday night In the act o
stealing a lady's purse from the Beeloi
Bros , store , was released with n $ J
fine , imposed upon him by Justice
Eiseley. Wnlters , who had a $30 (
check on his person , declared he hat
no money and was allowed to go or
promise that he would send the
amount of his fine later.
Robert Enrle Harper Is the name o
the new son who arrived at the hoim
of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Harper of Clear
water October 15. Mr , Harper former
ly lived here and Mrs. Harper was for
merly Miss Nina Walker of Norfolk.
Word was received here Saturday
announcing the death of II. H. Patter
son at Duluth , Minn. Mr. Pattersoi
was a former Norfolk business man
having been manager for the Norfoll
Electric Light company at one tlm <
and later landlord of the Pacific hotel
Samuel Katz , of the Katz-Crnig Con
struction company of Omaha , and hi :
superintendent , James Craig , at a spe
clal meeting of the city council this
morning were granted a request t <
sift the gravel to bo used for the con
crete on Norfolk avenue through i
one-eighth-lnch mesh sifter Instead o
a quarter-inch sifter , as the speclflcn
tlons rail for. This will moan tha
the gravel used will be smnller. Mr
Katz , however , nssured the council am
property owners' committee that mon
cement would be added to the snn <
and gravel to make the concrete ai
good as that when coarser gravel 1
used. For a time the property own
ers , who were represented by J. W
Ransom , Burt Mapes , D. Rees am
Judge Isaac Powers , wore of the opln
ion that In case the smnller grave
would be used the work could be dom
cheaper and in this case an injustici
was being done to other contractor
who , they believed , would have bid 01
the paving hnd they known they couli
use smaller gravel. This question wn
eoon cleared away by the contractor
who declared ho was making no profl
from the change , in fact he was usirij
more cement and would probably de
crease his profit and give Norfolk bet
ter paving. This seemed to satisf ;
the property owners and the meetini
A News want ad will do the work.
Kid West Takes Count.
Montnnn Jnck Sulllvnn of O'Nell
knocked out Kid West of Omnhn ii
the fifth round of n boxing conies
which wns scheduled to go twent ;
rounds , In the Tnylor building hnl
Thursdny evening , before n crowd o
fight funs from South Dakota am
every part of north Nebraska , estlmat
ed at about 700. West did not Inck Ii
gnmeness at any tlmo during the coji
test , and made n stubborn stnm
which , however , could not hold ou
against the terrific swings and uppei
cuts of the big middleweight fron
O'Neill. West was outclnssed nnd In
"Ho was too big for me , but I dli
my best , " ho said.
1 Claims Ketchel's Belt.
3 Sullivan now claims the middle
weight championship of the world ,
Ho fought Stanley Kotchcl to n draw
four years ag'eV ' In a twenty-round bout
In llutte , Mont. , nnd having defeated
Jim Flynn of' ' Pueblo , who hnd already
defeated Papkc , one of the clnlmnnts
lo the title after Ketche-l's death , Sul
livan flalms the rightful honor to the
middleweight championship belt and
Is ready to defend It.
Pntspy Mngnor , the official rofcroo ,
declared that Kid West put up n very
stubborn fight , but was outclnssed.
Sam J. Perkins , sporting editor of the
Sioux City Journal , who was nt the
ringside , accompanied by Police Desk
Sergeant Gco'rgo E. Pclrcc and about
a dozen other Sioux City officials , de
clared West was too small for the
claimant of the middleweight belt.
I West Down and Out.
West took the count near the finish
I of the fifth Inning. He hnd boon grog
gy nil through the three minutes , nnd
when he got up nt the tap of the bell
he did not seem to hoar his attend
ants , when they asked him a question ,
| A glancing right from Sullivan slipped
him , nnd when he cnmo forwnrd he
wns pulled onto his back on the floor ,
| When he-got up after Referee Magnet
had counted seven he scorned all In
' and Sullivan was able to place both
I rights and lefts any place. A right
swing over the1 ear stunned the Omaha
fighter nnd he took the count , gnme
| to the hist. He tried to get up. but
his battle wns lost.
West Is Revived.
He was taken to a bath room , where
with the aid of smelling salts he soon
declared ho felt quite well. One ol
his eyes was slightly swollen and n
bleeding and swollen lip constituted
all his Injuries. He was not hurl
about the body.
" 1 think I could go a few more
rounds , " ho said later. "He wns toe
big for mo , but I did my best. "
A few moments later Sullivan came
Into the room where West was sitting
The champion looked his defeated op
ponent over and shook hands wltli
"I was a little too small for you
wasn't 1 ? " asked West.
"Yes , a little , " replied Sullivan.
One of the evening's entertainments
which afforded much amusement wa ?
the. fast three-round preliminary be
tween Young Denney and Long Dis
tnnce. These heavyweights hnd r
grudge against each other and they
went at It hammer and tongs , pulliiu
out a draw amid applause.
The three-iound go between Le (
Root and Claude Housh , lightweights
was also very cleverly pulled off nnc1
much science in the art was shown bj
these little men , who mixed It verj
close In the second round , but playec
tag In the last , to the dismay of tin
big crowd , who were looking for ?
West Nervous , Sullivan Calm.
West showed mucn nervousness nl
evening. Long before the schedulet
time of his go he visited the arena
where the Immense throng of flgh
fans were looking for standing room
Sullivan , on the other hand , tool
things easy nnd remnlned nt his roomi
at the hotel until he wns called for.
At 9:45 : p. m. Kid West jumped Inti
the ring dressed in blue and whlti
checkered bath robe. He was followei
by his attendants , Long Distance , Rn ;
Ashburn and Frank Osborn. He wa
Sullivan soon followed West , dressei
in a blue bath robe and light trunks
He was followed by his attendants
Arthur Ryan , J. McKenna , J. F. O'Don
nell and Jnck McKennn. When tin
champion entered the ring the cheer
were so prolonged from the O'Nell
box party who took up the entire wes
section of the reserved seats that 1
was with dimculty that Referee Mng
ner could be heard.
Youths in Rafters.
The building hnd not yet been com
pleted nnd the rafters were filled wltl
youths who found their high percl
much better than n reserved seal
Sullivnn walked to the West corne
nnd shook hands , and at the sam <
time his soft bandages were inspector
and passed as satisfactory.
Referee Mngner then rend n chnl
lenge to the winner from Kid Pearsoi
of Hastings. Long Distance did no
make good his agreement to chnlleng
the winner , nnd Young Denney wn
nlso lacking with his. Lee Davis o
Winner , S. D. . wns nlso nt the .ring
side , but no challenge cnn. .iom thl
Five Ounce Gloves.
Patsey Magner gnve the men thel
I Instructions. They fought three-mir
I1 ute rounds with one minute resl
straight Marquis of Queensbury rules
with five-ounce gloves.
Then ho Introduced Sullivan a
"Montana Jack Sullivan of O'Neill
and Kid West of Omaha. Desk Sei
' geant Peirce , the official tlmekeepei
! assisted by George Davis , timer fo
I West , and J. B. Mellor for Sulllvar
, was told everything was In readiness
and at 10:15 : the gong sounded for th
The gate receipts netted over $60 (
out of which the winner got over $28 ]
not counting the $200 side bet whic
was put up by backers of both th
The men were up with the boll an
fell Into a clinch. West looked ver
short for the O'Neill fighter whet
after they broke , the sparring came
In a rush they wrestled nnd both tni
pod each other under the guards
They clinched and In the break Snll
van put his right hard over the kid'
head. The kid ducked a left to th
Jaw and missed a hard right swing t
the face. They rushed to a cllncl
Sullivan put both right and left on th
chin and the kid , who was flghtln
very low , missed another right to th
Jaw , with Sullivan missing to the beat
Sullivan missed another of the sam
kind and the kid's uppercut found n
mark. They clinched again and as th
boll rang they rushed Into anotho
clinch. It wns an over round nnd the
crowd wns yelling "quit wrestling nnd
i fight. " Sullivan seemed to take It
I e-nsy and the kid looked gritty.
I Round Two.
They rushe'd to n clinch ngnln ns the
bell rung , nnd , finding opening under
the gunrds they were tupping each
other lightly nt every nvallablo spot
from the short ribs to the head. Sin-
llvtin missed a hard right to the fnco
nnd they clinched Ahnln. In the1 bronk
Sulllvnn put a stiff uppercut to the
chin and n right to the head. West
misse-d n swing to the head , Sullivan
doing the snmo thing n second later.
They clinch ngnln , both missing rights
nnd lefts to the fnco. Sulllvnn missed
nnothor hard one to the mouth and
West punched him hard against the
ropes near his own corner , whore Sul
livan planted a light ono on the face.
West missed nn uppercut to the Jaw
and so neatly ducked a vicious swing
to the head that the crowd yelle'd to
the tune of the gong ending what Ref
eree Mngner declared an even round.
Sullivan did not seem out of sorts , nnd
looked perfectly cool. West , on the
other hand , wns Hushed , and although
he did not show signs of weakness ,
deemed not pleased with himst'lf.
Nearly Out In Round Three.
There wns n hum of conversation
and the betting from the O'Ne'ill side
wns not heard from ns the bell brought
the prlnclpnls to a clinch. Both land
light ones. Sullivan put his left on
the face nnd missed the same kind to
the head. He came back with n hard
right , pushing the kid's chin in the air.
In the clinch both landed some clover
blows. They mixed It a second Inter
nnd Sulllvnn put his right over the
head and chin , his mark seeming to be
the injured lip , which some time ago
was cut open by Young Denney. Ho
did not , however , succeed In opening
It , but drew blood from the other side ,
whore the kid's teeth cut flesh. They
kept up the mix around the ring and
Sulllvnn soon hnd West in his corner ,
where he mined a torrent of right and
left Jnbs and uppercuts to the face.
West in the mlxup got in a few light
ones , but he looked weakened and a
red color spread over his body as he
took his seat at the end of the round ,
which was decidedly Sullivan's.
The minute rest did not seem to re
fresh the kid who was up with the
bell , however , and showed retaliation.
They sparred and In n clinch nt nrms'
length which showed his superior
reach , Sullivan pummeled the kid's
head. They spar nnd Sullivnn Innded
both right nnd left to the face. They
clinched and in the break Sullivan
ducked a terrific swing which the kid
seemed to have had in reserve. He
wns buck in n jiffy , however , Inndlng
right and left jabs to the face. The
kid landed a short one on the short
ribs In the mix but Sulllvnn kept
pounding nway with first a right and
then left swing to the head. He did
not seem to hit the kid in the body ,
the low lighting of the Omaha fighter
seeming to prevent this. Sullivan
missed another left to the face but
connected with n hard right to the
face which the kid took decently and
landed his right on the champion's
head. Sullivan landed a right to the
jnw and the bell found them sparring ,
It was a strenuous round for the kid
full of fast In-lighting. He seemed tc
bring the clinch on himself and al
though it handicapped Sullivan it
gradually wore the little mnn down. It
wns all Sullivan's round.
Round Five , West Takes Count.
West looked weary as lie got uj :
from his corner and Sullivan looked
very cool. They immediately came tc
a clinch and in the break West miss
ed a good heavy right to the face ,
They spar and when Sulllvnn missed
a heavy left to the jaw they ngnin fell
into each others arms. They broke
again in which proceedings Sullivan
landed a hard right to the head and
they clinched again , broke and clinch
ed. Sullivnn then put his left to the
fnco nnd West succeeded in putting
his right over the stomach. In the
close fighting Sullivan put both his
right and left to the kid's face nnc !
raised that member high up with f
stiff uppercut. They broke loose nnc :
a glancing right around the kid's necl <
which , probably meant for a knockout
throw him on his back to the llooi
near his own corner. Referee Mng
ner counted six but the kid slowly
dragged himself up nnd they were nl
it ngnln with the kid nil but gone
They sparred and in Sullivan's cornel
the champion commenced his heavy
right to working. Ho put it in ovei
the kid's face and finally connected II
with the rear of West's left ear send
ing him to the floor. Ho was counted
out by the referee hut struggled hare
to get up to resume the fight. This
ended the round and fight In whlcl
West was outclassed In science nnc !
physical ability and the crowd cheer
ed for both men.
Big Crowd With Sullivan.
Among the O'Neill fight fnns whc
were In the city Thursdny night nnc
returned on the specinl train earl ;
Friday morning were :
William Troellch , J. B. Ryan , I. J
Coyne , Marty Coyne , R. H. Parker , Joe
Parker , S. L. Thompson , Ivan Thomp
son , S. F. McNlchols , J. D. Whelan , J
B. Mellor , George Dennlgcr , "Jack"
Kane , Gene Kane , Arch Wyant , Nor
man Johnson , Fred Hess , Walt O'Mnl
ley , Jim Cnrney , Mlko Mlntun , 1)111 ) ;
Armstrong , Joe McCaffery , John Me
Caffcry , Bnrnoy Hynes , Bnrnej
Kenrns , "Red" Hubby , Dnvo Murphy
Tom Murphy , Charles Wrede , Pan
Humphrey , William Hauley , James
Kelly , Shop. Froellch , "Chaw" Me
Manus , "Grlnnoy" McMahan , "Chick1
Coyle , Pat. O'Malley , J. D. Grimes
John Mlsklmlns , Clyde Hlatt , Arthin
Ryan , "Kid" Gibbons , Dnvo Stnnnnrd
Tom Eurlght , "Patsy" Murphy , Ton
Grady , Johnny McCafferty , Jack Thomas
mas , Casey Chase , Ed , Blssy , Ed. Gra
' ham , Franky Campbell , John McKennn
> Charles McKennn , "Cotton Top" AI
berts , Phil Zlnnor , "Shorty" Brown
C. E. Stout , Chnrlcs Ilokn , Joe Mann ,
J. W. Illbor , T. D. Hauloy , M. F. Kir-
wan , O. F. BlRlIn , John Danlln , Henry
Cook , Jim Cahlll , Irwln Gallagher , H.
J. Wockes , Sanford Parker , T. V. Golden
den , L. E. Carscnllon , J. F. O'Donnoll ,
Hurt Jones , Ed. Qulnn , R. J. Marsh ,
Bon. Hardy , Pat. Hardy , Pat Loudnn ,
Frank Hunt , Tom Joyce , John Kelly ,
Gene Sullivan , M. P. Sullivan , Low
Mnndovllle , Jtu-k Waldron , John O'Mnl-
lory , Hugh Coyne.
L. Storm of Gregory was hore\
E. A. Wngnor of Wlsnor wns bore.
F. S. Johnston of Stantou wns here.
J. F. Boyd of Nellgh was In the c-lty.
J. T. Keltges of Winer was n visitor
In the city.
J. A. Blair of Gregory was a visitor
In the city.
C. Chrlstenson of Wlsner was here1
Sheriff Stuckor of Stnnton wns here
R. W. De-vnl and F. A. Krug of Sidney -
noy were In the city.
L. E. Unlisted of Albion was In the
city transacting business.
John C. Knupp and family of Madi
son were In flic city visiting with their
Among the day's out-of-town visitors
In Norfolk woreMr. : . and Mrs. R. J.
Ruhr , I'loiTo ; J. J. Rlk'y and family ,
Royal ; Mao Lyons , Madison ; A. P.
Jones , Madison : A. W. Wilson. Pllgor ;
John Dorr , West Point ; August Sue1-
per , Madison ; Joe Bloom , Crolghton ;
James DroniH , Humphrey ; M. F. Mar
tin. Fairfax ; M. C. Bc-ck , Dallas ; Clar
ence E. lletts , Dallas ; E. M. Hoffman ,
Dallas ; J. J. Backes , Humphrey ; Mr.
and Mrs. C. 11. Torpto , Oakdale ; Mrs.
C. H. Brown , Oakdalo ; B. Miller , Win-
side ; Mrs. Robert Mellor , Wayne1.
Dr. II. T. Holden returned from
Mrs. T. Schlnck and children of
Hosklns were visitors In the city.
Mrs. M. Twlss who has boon visit
ing with her son nt Pierre for the pnst
four weeks , hns returned hero.
Born , to Mr. nnd Mrs. S. L. Aneler-
on , n son.
One hobo nrrested by the police :
Thursdny night wns relensed nnd or
dered out of town. He clnlmcd his
homo wns nt West Point. His nnmo
A regular meeting of Damascus
commnndnry , K. T. , No. 25 , will be
held Friday evening.
W. C. Roland returned from a
week's hunting trip at Wood Lake.
He succeeded in shooting a large num
ber of ducks.
H. B. Fleharty of Omaha will speak
for Dahlman's candidacy in the hall
above the Heeler Bros , store this even
ing nt 8 o'clock.
Mrs. A. Buchholz , who underwent nn
operation at an Omaha hospital , is
reported quite well and will probably
return home after a short visit with
relatives in Omaha.
Guy Nistle , who last summer fell
from a wagon and suffered a broken
leg which was operated on for the sec-
encl time recently Is again able to be
' about with the aid of crutches.
Miss Bertha Wllkins Is suffering
from nn Injured wrist as the result of
accidentally cutting it on some glass
at her home on South Eleventh street.
The physician took throe stitches to
sew the wound up.
C. O. Green and family have moved
to Norfolk from Omaha to make this
city their future homo. Mr. Green ,
who is a brother of Fire Chief Mlllard
Green , will net as foreman for the
Green Storage and Express company
Arthur J. Koenlgstein is in Norfolk
from Fort Smith , Ark. , visiting his
parents , Mr. and Mrs. John Koenlg
stein , and other relatives. It has been
flvo years since Mr.rKoenigsteln ! left
Norfolk , and he noticeq * ninny improve-
j ments in the town. He Is practicing
law In Arkansas and likes the climate
With additional laborers employed ,
the contractors arc making more head
way In their efforts to pave Norfolk
avenue this year. The excavating has
already reached from Seventh street
to Fourth street and at 1 o'clock the
contractors decided to start laying a
little of the concrete base near the
Giving liis name as Wnlters nnd his
residence at Wnyno , n mnn about 35
years of age was caught in the act of
stealing a woman's purse valued at $ G
in the Beeler Bros , store by Miss Car
rie McClary , a stenographer , Thurs
day evening. He wns nrrested by Spc-
clnl Officer E. Snsse and when search
ed n check calling for $300 was found
on his person. He claimed he was not
responsible for his act because ho was
under the influence of liquor.
isnac Huston and his daughter , Mrs.
Burt Wilson of Chambers , Not/ / . , are
In the city visiting with the G. K.
Riser family. Mr. Huston , who is the
father of Mrs. Riser , Is 90 years old.
Ho was a regular soldier in a Mis
souri regiment during the civil war
and has seen much actual service. Ho
Is now totally blind and notwithstand
ing his ago ho Is In perfect health.
While hero some time ago he challeng
ed his son-in-law to a foot race.
There is plenty of talk on Norfolk
avenue about more boxing contests
for Norfolk. Sherman Plane ! , Young
Denny nnd other promoters nre tnlk-
Ing seriously nbout getting Mlko Kelly
of Chicngo to come here to go on with
jack Sullivan of O'Neill. Others have
a dark horse from Pennsylvania who
they bollovo would make a good match
with the Montana fighter. There Is no
denial hero thnt Sulllvnn is entitled
to the middleweight championship of
At a regular mid-week meeting of
the Congregational church Wednesday
night , Colonel S. S. Cotton. Mrs. M. A.
Klddor and R. F. Bruce were elected
delegates to the state Congrogntlonnl
conference which convenes hero Oc
tober 31 to November 2 , W. B , Don-
nldson nnd Mrs , R , H , Reynolds were
elected alternates. The conference In
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This new , all-'round
Cleanser in handy sift
er can , takes all the
hard work out of keep
ing things clean. It's
much quicker too.
t f.s&Z Large
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Pots , pans , kettles , wood
work , floors , shelves , painted
walls , windows , metals , cut
lery , in the bath room , pan
try , kitchen , in fact through
out the house.
Painted woodwork and
walls require care in cleaning
do it easily and safely with
Old Dutch Cleanser.
The New Way
Sprinkle a very little Old
Dutch Cleanser on cloth or
sponge , lub easily , rinse with
I clean wet cloth and wipe dry. I
[ No caustic or acid. Avoid [
them. ( Not a soap powder )
Jaast Wosa Try it
general wns discussed. Mnny prom
inent speakers and officials of the Con
gregational church from all parts of
the United States will ho bore. Among
them will bo Dr. Ozro Davis , president
of the Chicago theological semlnery.
The Engles lodge of Norfolk were
hosts of the out-of-town visitors after
the boxing contest Thursday night.
At the'ir club rooms the Eagles served
hot luncheon nnd other refreshments
to nil the out-of-town visitors In the
city. Among the visitors nt the club
rooms were Referee Patsey Magner ,
Snm J. Perkins , sporting editor of the
Sioux City Journal , Desk Sergeant
George E. Peirce of the Sioux City po
lice , nnd many other sportsmen. Old
times were talked about and the bat
tles of years ago were discussed by
the veteran pugilist Magner , who Is
well known here. The Norfolk Man
dolin club gave a concert during the
The following notice wns posted In
the Norfolk postollice by Postmaster
John R. Hays today : By direction of
the postollice department , the ntten-
tion of patrons of this olllco is invited
to the advantages of providing facili
ties for the receipt of their mall by '
erecting conveniently accessible boxes
or cutting suitable slots In their doors.
Such action would enable the post
master to give a prompter and better
disposnl , since the carriers cnn cover
delivery service with the mcslla nt his
much more territory In less time if
not compelled to wait for nn answer to
their ring. Private receptacles for
mall arc also a great convenience to
the householder , obviating the neces
sity of responding to the carrier's call
at inconvenient moments and permit
ting the safe delivery of mail in the
absence of members of the household.
They also prevent the occasional ne
cessity of a carrier's proceeding on his
route without delivering mail because
of failure to answer his ring within n
reasonable time , and enable him to
make deliveries to patrons living on or
near the end of the route at an earlier
hour. It has been shown by actual
experience that the benefits derived
by patrons of city delivery from the
use of such receptacles far outweigh
the small expense Involved. As this
olllce Is Interested In furnishing tfie
best possible service at the least ex
pense , your compliance with the fore
going suggestions will be much appre
Who said pepper
didn't count ? As
much pepper is used
as all other spices
combined. You can
get two or three times
usual strength by
specifying Tone Bros.
, Tones' pepper , ginger , mustard -
) tard , allspice , cloves , etc. , are
/ v imported direct and packed
'in ' airtight cnrtons.
At Your Grocer' * lOc
end us a dime for full-size pick-
and "Tone's .Spicy Talks. "
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