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NOUKOLK : WKKKLY Ni-\vs.ioruxAU ; KUIDIAY. DKruAimoH iz. uuo.
A Noteworthy Attraction.
Friday night will bo a noteworthy
ono In a theatrical way , for Norfolk.
Mlsfl Adi-laldo Tlmi-ston In "Miss An-
anliiH. " a now comedy , has heon do-
olntfd one of the big hit * of the sen-
non In Kansas City , where she played
nil liiHt we.ok. and Norfolk Is fottuimto
( o gel her.
The company Is an expensive. ) one
ilinl MHN | Thurslon , who IH ranked as
one of the eleveiesl comediennes on
the American stage today , will ho a
rich treat for Norfolk playgoers.
From iicconntH In Kansas City papers ,
even mote of a show Is to bo expected
than Henry Woodrulf last week In
"Tlio Genius. "
lOven In Kansas City , Miss Tlmrn-
ton's week was spoken of as a "note
worthy ono , " HO that Norfolk may well
know the attraction will ho ono of the
best Hint over has come to the Audi
torium. A largo
ance Is anticipated , as this will ho ono
of the big ovenls of the season and
will be a show eminently worth comIng -
Ing to sec.
Heats go on s > ale Thursday morning
at The News business olllco , hut mail
orders mailed now will be reserved In
the order of tholr receipt
, A Cohan & Harris Show.
"Miss Ananias" Is a Cohan & Harris
at traction , which In itself Is enough
to tell people familiar with things the
atrical that It Is of first rank. This Is
the first "trust" show that has come
to Norfolk , being sent here by Klnw
& Krlimgor. Tills acquisition Is one
of the results of the settling of the
Hole's what Frank A. Marshall "in
the Kansas City Journal had to say
about tlio show a week ago Monday :
A most charming addition to the
nuMiiborshlp of the Ananias club was
made at the. Willis Wood last night
when Miss Adelaide Thurston , a par
ticularly offectho actress In dainty
comedy began a noteworthy week's en
gagement in Catherine Clilsholm Gush-
ing's very clover farce comedy , "Miss
Ananias. " Of course there Isn't any
thing moro Biblical than the name
about It , else it would have been call-
d , with strict regard for the laws of
gender , "Miss Sapphlra. " It might
much more appropriately bo called
" 'Such a Little Whopper , " for the
whole delightful affair hinges on ono
of the teeniest , whitest and most Jus-
tillable little libs that a pretty woman
over told. Her lover , temporarily
blind , thought she was 19 and had blue
eyes and golden hair , whereas she was
HI ! and had brown eyes and brown
hair. She let him think so until he
was about to recover Ills sight , for
"what could the poor girl do , " since
Hho loved him ?
The basic situation Is purely farci
cal and the chances for getting very
much real sentiment over the foot
lights from behind such a situation are
rather slender. While the tempo ol
the action might be quickened to ad
vantage and whllo the whole thing
would probably "go" better if the far
cical clement emphasized moro strong'
ly , there Is much to bo said in favor of
the quieter methods employed by Miss
Thurston and her unusually capable
support. In fact tlio company Is one
of the very best seen here this season
and every role Is admirably played ,
There is not a weak spot in the cast
nnd the acting alone Is a dramatic de
light. No cleaner or cleverer farce 01
comedy has been seen hero this year
The play is most cleverly constructed
and wittily written , its literary and
dramatic craftsmanship being of ; i
very high order. Acted so skillfully
as It Is. the piece is a gem in its way
Miss Thurston , one of the dainties )
little comediennes of the day , who has
n wide variety of artistic gifts , is do
lielously convincing as Nancy Lyle
the girl who had already passed Intc
splnstorhood when a handsome youiif :
fellow got thrown into her life by ai :
automobile accident which temporarilj
blinded him and made him a paticnl
in her cosy little home-hospital. Ilei
uprightly manner makes him conjure
up a picture of budding young woman
hood and she libs 1n order to preserve
tlio Illusion and her own chances ol
happiness. A frisky old uncle , f
breezy young cousin and a dellghtfu
old colored mammy help carry the do
ceptlon to the funniest of farce com
edy extremes until the inevitable do
noucmcnt comes , only to hring tin
"happiness which was aimed at fron
the llrst. A fussy old mint and a inos
laughable old maid sister add not t
little to the fun of the piece.
Augustus Phillips , an actor of ster
lii.H' merit , plays the blinded youiu
lover effectively. Marlon Kirby , wh <
played with distinction Helen Ware's
role in "Tho Third Degree , " and Is i
gifted young player , Is capital as tin
slangy \oung cousin , and Miss Lnur :
Bennett , ono'of the best "mammies' '
of the stage , is inimitable as Mamm ;
Chloe. Miss Kdna Von Buelow is ex
cellent as Mrs. Beokninn , and A. S
Byron Is clover ns Mr. Beekman. Con
stance Glover Is a screaming hit in ai
eccentric hit of character lasting nbou
three minutes. Francis X. IIopi
makes a very successful reporter am
' several other roles are well handled
Cohan & Harris have given a
"Just Out of College.
At the Auditorium will bo presontei
on Wednesday night for the first tlni' '
in this city the latest and said to In
the wittiest and most laughable com
edy the famous humorist. George Ade
has yet written , "Just Out of College.
The hero of the play Is a young mai
who has Just completed his course a
college. Ho Is without money , bu
what ho is minus in this respect h
makes up in nerve , lie wants to ge
Into business. He is going to dogrea
things when ho gets the opportunity
Ho Is in love with the daughter of th
man who is at the head of the plckl
trust , The promoter of the trust give
the young man a chance to do some
thing by lending him ? 20,000. Wit
this ho starts a rival pickle concer
with a co-partner who knows all aboi ;
pickles and the Bingo company pro ;
pera. At last the would-be father-It
law Is forced to buy out the now con
pany at a tlgure which leaves a hnm
some profit to the young man nnd h
marries the daughter. Seats now o
sale Prices 25p , COc , 75c and fl.
Mountain Lion Northeast of Nellgh ?
Nollgh , Neb. , Nov. 2 ! . Special to
The News : A loport him been re
ceived on several occasions In this
city during the past week , that the
farmeis In ( ho vicinity of Willow , four
teen miles northeast of Nellgh , have
a mountain lion In their midst that Is
killing hogs whenever the opportunity
The lust report from that vicinity Is
that the neighborhood Is greatly
alarmed over the appearance of this
vicious animal , and that ono farmer
came In sight of the lion as It had
partly devoured ono of his hogs , hut as
the farmer was unarmed the animal
made good his escape. It Is stated
that several hunting parties have been
formed to get rid of the monster , but
so far have been unsuccessful , and on
these raids not a glimpse has been
seen of him.
It Is thought by those In the Willow
neighborhood that the lion had been
driven down Into this territory by the
late forest lircs of Minnesota. The
rumor Is to the effect that tills piowl-
| Ing , hog-killing animal has made Its
home in that township for the past
Ilve > or six weeks.
Flene Trial on nt Ponca.
Poiien , Neb. , Nov. 1 ! ! ) . William K.
Flege was arraigned for trial hero late
yestoiday before Judge Guy 'P. Graves
of tlio district court of Dlxon countj' ,
charged with the murder of his sister
on the afternoon of June 20 last at
their farm near Wayne. Neb. Court
adjourned shortly after Flage'a ap
pearance and the selection of a Jury
began today. The trial promises to
bo a long one.
Mr. Klngsbury and A. R. Davis ,
county attorney of Wayne county , will
conduct the case for the state. J. J.
McCarthy and W. D. McCarthy , both
of Ponca , and F. 10. Berry of Wayne
will have charge of the defense.
A BATTLE NEAR CHIHUAHUA.
Chihuahua , Nov. 20. Tlio Mexican
troops have returned to the city from
tlio light with the revolutionists four
miles west of hero at Fresno Sunday.
Two thousand reinforcements are ex
pected before the government at
tempts to open the Mexican and North
Western railway , which is tied up as
a result of the fight.
The insurrectos are said to have
been reinforced by bands from Par-
rales to the number of 1,000. The >
have fortified positions at various
points and lively fighting is expected
when the campaign starts. Sunday's
light was the llrst real light of the in
surrection in this vicinity. Three hun
dred Insurgents attacked the rear
guard , numbering ICO , of 400 govern
ment troops who were inarching along
the line of the Mexico and North West
ern ( Chihuahua and Pacific ) railroad.
Seven dead Insurrectos were brought
in. The government lost ono killed
and seven wounded. The fight lasted
throe hours , both sides taking shelter
behind boulders and In ditches.
Now Washington Women Vcv
Olmypia , Wish. , Nov. 29. Women
of the state of Washington. 21 years
of age or over , now have the right to
I vote at all general or special elections ,
'Governor ' Hay llrst having issued his
prollamatlon putting into effect the
constitutional amendment adopted by
the male voters at the election held
Cudahy Funeral Wednesday.
Kansas City , Mo. , Nov. 29. The
Cudahy Packing company of this city
will be closed tomorrow account ol
! the funeral of Michael Cudahy in Chi'
' TOM JONES IS PAROLED.
Oklahoma Bad Man Has Served Six
| teen Years of Fifty-Year Term.
| Guthrie , Okla. , Nov. 29. Governoi
! C. N. Ilaskell granted a parole to Tom
Jones , a member of the Dalton-Doollc
| gang of outlaws , who has served six
teen years of a fifty-year sentence foi
' the murder of Deputy United States
1 Marshal Houston at Ingalls , Okla. , In
ISO ! ! .
Jones , whoso real name is uaugiier
ty , comes of a good Texas family , and
had Joined the gang shortly before tht
[ 'battle with deputy marshals at In
i galls. Ho was asleep In a hotel whe
1 the fight began , but is alleged to havt
1 fired through a hole In the roof. He
! was captured , convicted of the mur
1 dor of Houston and sentenced to lift )
. years. Bill Dalton always said thai
. the throe olllcers slain had been killee
. by the fire of the rest of the gang fron
a livery stable and that Ilaughertj
i was not guilty.
! A Bank Change at Bristow.
1 Bristow. Nob. , Nov. 29. Special ti
' The News : A deal was closed hen
yesterday whereby J. K. Moore , win
j has been cashier of the First Natlona
I bank of Bristow for eight years , ills
1 poses of his banking interests to 13. T
5 Samuolson , who has been asslstan
; cashier for four years. Mr. Samuolsoi
. will assume the position of cashier
Ho has made many friends hero din
Ing his banking career and will un
i doubtedly 1111 the olllco in efllclen
, I Army Joins the Enemy ,
t San Juan Del Sur , Nicaragua , Not \
t 29. Advices today from Tegiicnltp
. state that the Atlantic ports of Her
B duras and the department of Comr
a yagua have heon captured by revoli
s tlontsts under the leadership of foi
. . mor President Manuel Bcnllla. Go\
: i eminent forces sent to retake thoi :
i Joined the enemy ,
t General Bonllla brought about a
unsuccessful revolt against the go >
i. eminent of President Davilla last sun
I-1 Later ho-sought refuge in Guat <
o mala , from which country ho wns d <
a ported. Recently ho was reported t
j ho In Now Orleaus organizing an e :
I pedltlon which was to attack the A
lantic coast of Honduras. Bonllla' '
cause W/IH / helped somewhat by the
lo-electlon of Jose Valladares , the gov-
emor of the Island of Amapala. The
latter was recently deposed and came
to this country.
Bonllla In New Orleans.
New Orleans. Nov. 29. Manual
Bonllla , credited with leading the at
tacks on the Atlantic polls of Hon
duras , has been hi this city for some
Shot Down as He Walks.
New York , Nov. 29. One of a group
of four well dressed men , upptuontly
all Americans , was shot dead as he
walked along a Harlem street early
today. According to the only known
witness of the shooting , an occupant
of a nearby upattmcnl house on Man-
ihnttnn street fiom which the group
had Just emerged , the man was shot
by one of his companions.
I Vincent R. Conlon , who saw the
tragic happening , says that one mem
ber of the party dioppcd to the tear
of the others as they weie walking
along the street. There was a flash ,
, a shot and OIK ; of the men in the
group fell on the sidewalk . The oth-
| era leaned over the fallen man an in
stant , then ran off. A policeman and
an ambulance surgeon who weie sum
moned found the man dead.
I There was nothing about the mur
dered man to Identify him. Ills cloth
ing of good material and his hands In
dicated that ho was unused to hard
work. ' 1 no mark of a Broadway tailor
'on ' his coat gave the police something
to work on. The authorities Instltiit-
iod a widespread search for the dead
| LIVE STOCK MAN SIUCIDES.
Will M. Reed of Hastings , In Debt and
Bnd Health , Ends Life.
Hastings , Neb. , Nov. 92. Will M.
Reed , for nearly seventeen years a
slock dealer In this neighborhood ,
committed suicide last evening by
shooting himself In his hotel room
here. A few years ago he was worth
? : ! 0OUO. but had recently sustained
heavy losses. A letter to Ills brother
recounted that he was in debt and in
j Governors Meet at Frankfort.
j Frankfort , Ky. , Nov. 29. The third
conference of governors began here to
day. Governor Willson of Kentucky
and Mayor Polsgrove of Frankfort
welcomed the visitors. Governor
Aram J. Potsler of Rhode Island re
sponded and Governor-elect Woodrow
Wilbon of New Jersey spoke of the
1 possibilities of the conference. As
the governors are to be at Frankfort
only today , citizens crowded as mi.cli
hospitality and entertainment into the
short time as possible.
Sequel to Kidnaping.
I New York , Nov. 29. The kidnaping
case originating five years ago In
which the late Lieutenant Petrosino ,
who was murdered In Italy , played
the part of investigator , is believed to
have led Indirectly to a bomb explo
sion in the early hours today which
shook up three thickly populated
blocks in New York and did extensive
damage and created panic In the
| The bomb exploded In the doorway
of Bella Trinoria's saloon , in the heart
of the Sicilian section of Rllzabeth
street. It completely wrecked the sa
loon , the front of which was blown In
ward , badly damaged adjacent stores ,
hurled sleepers in the tenements above
from thein beds and cracked windows
for blocks around. The police re
serves had their hands full quieting
the panic stricken foreigners , who
flocked to the streets by hundreds.
Francesco le Barbera is the owner
of the saloon. He had loft the place
about half an hour before the explo
sion. Today he gave the police-his
theory of the animus behind the out
rage. About five years ago , he said ,
his son Peitro , 0 years old , wns kid
naped and he has never heard from
him. The police were notified and
Lieutenant Petrosino worked on the
case. Lo Barbera received many let
ters threatening his life if a large sum
of money was not paid for the return
of the boy , but paid no attention to
them , and it is believed by him that
the kidnapers are now starting in
Off for the South Pole.
Chrlstchurch , New Zealand , Nov.
29. The ship Terra Nova bearing the
British south polar expedition under
the command of Captain Robert F ,
Scott sailed from Port Chalmers for
the antarctic today. The Terra Nova
sailed from London on Juno 1 last
and gradually worked her way south
Captain Scott , who joined the vessel
ilii Now Zealand , hopes to reach the
' 'south ' polo In December of 1911.
BILL FOR OKLAHOMA CITY.
State Legislature Meets In Specla
Session Capital Row is Up.
Oklahoma City , Nov. 29. Botl
houses of the Oklahoma legislature
which convened in extraordinary ses
slon hero , ratified the governor's ac
in calling the session for Oklahouu
City and received and placed on fib
three bills which It had been predlctei
would be Introduced.
The first bill provides for locatlii !
the state capital Immediately at Okla
homo. City ; the second provides fo
the appointment of n state capital com
mission to have full charge of the erec
tion of the buildings ; and the thin
prolvdes for the compensation of rer
resentatlves and senators per diem.
COST OF NEW YORK CAMPAIGf
Democrats of That State Spent $326
870 in Election Dlx.
Albany , N. Y. , Nov. 29. The dome
crntic state committee disbursed ? 32G
S70 in electing its state ticket , nccori
ing to a statement filed with the see
rotary of state. The committee re
celved individual contributions aggre
gating $303,472 , and on November 211
borrowed fltO.UOO. making tlio total re
ceipts ! .iti,47 : : : ! . There Is a balance of
,1tl02 ! to be disposed of.
The New York county democratic
committee's statement shows that Us
receipts weio $108,7Ut : and the ills-
buiscmcnts $10 ( > , I92. Wlnlleld A. Hup-
puch , the chairman of the democratic
state committee and business partner
of Govoinor-clect John A. Dlx , eon-
lilhulod $ S.0,7flO to the Hint- commit
Try to End Chicago Strike.
Chicago. Nov. 29. A committee of
live city officials Including Mayor
Busse , was selected at a meeting of
the city council to meet representa
tives of the striking garment workers
and employers to settle the strike.
'The committee wns chosen upon mo
tion of Alderman Merriam , head of
the Merriam commission.
Doctor Held for Murder.
Greonsbiirg , Kan. , Nov. 29. Dr. G.
P. Buck of this city , at his preliminary
hearing here last night , was held for
the murder of his wife , who died a
month ago. His bond was fixed at
$20,000. Phjsiclans who examined the
viscera of the dead woman testified
that symptoms of her deatli indicated
Mrs , Buck was 21 years old and mar
ried the physician a year ago.
American Mine Owner Shot.
Mexico City. Nov. 29. Gustavo
Momoe , an American mine owner ,
was shot and killed by Jose Hoonia ,
an Italian , in a public garden In Qua-
najato Saturday night. News of the
affair has just i cached hero.
The shooting is said to have follow
ed a quarrel. Monroe shot and mor
tally wounded his assailant before-
losing consciousness. Monroe had
relatives in Oakland , Calif. , and Kan
sas City , Kan.
Wendling is Confident.
Louisville , Ky. , Nov. 29. With five
jurors already accepted , the second
day of the trial of Joseph Wendling
for the murder of Alma Kellner , open
ed this morning with prospect of the
completion of the jury. Wendllng's demeanor
meaner as the trial progresses is ap
parently unchanged from the confi
dence noticed in his manner since his
THIS SHIP HAS GRIEF.
Crew Are All Prisoners Between
Decks What'll They Do ?
New York , Nov. 29. The British
freighter Clan McLean from the far
east came to anchor in the shadow
of the Statue of Liberty with half her
crew prisoners between decks. Her
captain took on several Spaniards at
Gibraltar to replace Lascars who had
proved troublesome and when they
came in sight of America they refused
to work. The officers had to drive the
mutineers back from the bridge by fir
ing revolver shots over their heads
and after working the ship Into the
shelter of the Delaware breakwater
lay to for a fortnight until she could
ship enough short-term men to make
this port. The crew Is a problem ,
They cannot well be landed without
the co-operation of the immigration
lepartment and the ship cannot be
vorked while they are on board.
Fireworks Barred at Kansas City.
Kansas City , Nov. 29. An oreli-
mine foi bidding the discharge of
iioworks in this city , except at pub'
ic exhibitions which shall be regulat
ed under special permits , was passed
by the council last night.
The ordinance aiso lormus me re-
all sale of fireworks here but lire-
vorks may be sold at wholesale to be
Uncharged in other cities. Advocates
of a sane Fourth of July caused the
mlinance to be introduced. The mayor -
yor has announced that he will sign
he ordinance , thus making It
Express Company Recovers $16,000.
Muskogee , Okla. , Nov. 29. The Iron
safe containing $1C,000 stolen from
; ho sub-station of the Wells-Fargc
Express company here last Saturday
light was found last night and all
: ho money recovered. The safe
which wns found under the porch ol
in abandoned house , had not been
jpened. O. F. Sensbaugh , W. P. Kel
sey and F. O. Glvens , who wore ar
rested following the disappearance ol
the safe , are being held.
Tolstoi's Son in Bitter Letter.
St. Petersburg , Nov. 29. Count Lei
Tolstoi publishes a bitter denuncla
tion of Count Tschertkoff , the inti
mate friend and literary agent of tin
late Count Tolstoi. The son declare !
that Tschortkotf was the worst enem ;
that his father had In nil educate !
Russia and the civilized world am
that he was directly guilty of the trag
edy of Yasana Poliana.
"The malign influence of Tschert
koff , " writes Count Leo , "caused in
premature death of my father , hi
superhuman sufferings and tne sepnrc
tion from his family. "
But for his literary agent , the so
adds , his father would have lived fo
many years peacefully at Yasana Pi
liana with tlio family who loved hli
and whom ho loved so devotedly.
The arrival of Tschortkoff was th
beginning of the end.
Very Much Colder Weather Comin
Washington , Nov. 29. Unseaso
ably cold weather during the next fe
days over practically all districts ea
of the Rocky Mountains Is predict !
by the weather bureau on reports
an extensive area of high Imrometr
pressure over Alaska and the oxtren
northwest , where temperatures anew
now the lowest of the season. Durii
the last twenty-four hours much col
or weather has prevailed In the Oh
valley , the gulf and southern Allan )
states nnd frost as far south as sou
Storm warnings are displayed today
em the New Kiiglund coast on account
of the disturbance which has been
moving northeastward from the Car-
Snowing in Kansas.
Topekn , Kan . Nov. 29. Snow fell
In parts of Kansas today.
A Snntec Indian Dies from Exposure.
Nlobiara , Neb. , Nov. 29. James
Smith , a Sautee Indian , living eight
miles from this place on Lost creek ,
was found lying In a ditch by the
roadside , about half way to his home
from this town. He was brought'to
town , received medical aid , and In
ternal Injuries and some about the
cad were found , lie lived only n few
ours. An Industrious Indian , he had
alsed a good crop of corn , had
roiight a load hole , disposed of It
ml became Intoxicated befoie stali
ng for home. He > was probably
brown fiom his wagon and received
njiiries which caused his death , iyid
e had no doubt lulu out In the cold
11 night. A large bottle of whiskey
vas found In the road and his team
t some distance further on. This
vas his second trip to town in sev-
nil months as he realized his weak-
ess feir liquor and stayed at home
way from temptation.
BITTER PARLIAMENT FIGHT.
Struggle for New British Parliament
Is Already Begun.
London , Nov. 29. With the dlssolu-
lon of parliament all formalities pro-
Imlnary to the election of a now par-
lament January 31 were completed.
In Ireland the struggle is growing
nore bitter. A meeting of delegates
opresenting every ulster constituency
vas held In Belfast , at which a resolu-
ion was adopted on motion of a Pres-
lyterlan minister to draw up a solemn
leclaratlon refusing to pay rates or
axes Imposed by a Dublin parliament
or obey its degrees , while $50,000 was
subscribed on the spot to organize the
Ulstermen Into regiments and pur-
At night a monster unionist demon
stration was hold at Ulster hall , Bel-
'ast , an overflow meeting of 20,000 per
sons being held in the open air. Both
aroused the greatest enthusiasm.
Lord Londonderry declared that
Americans enabled John Redmond to
mid Asqulth in the hollow of his hand ,
f a homo rule parliament were estab-
Ishcd , ho said , it might bo found that
Jlster would decline obedience to the
Sir Kdward Carson , formerly sollc-
tor general and conservative M. P. for
[ Dublin university , said they never
would consent to their country being
sold for American dollars. Walter
Itime Long , unionist M. P. for Strand ,
spoke in the same strain and other
speakers advocated stern resistance to
he law if homo rule was forced on Ul
A CHADWICK VICTIM DIES.
Out of Penitentiary , Banker Suddenly
Detroit , Mich. . Nov. 29. A. B. Spear ,
former cashier of Oberiln National
> ank , looted by Casslo Cbadwlck of
$1100,000 or more some years ago , died
suddenly here. Less than a year ago
Mr. Spear was discharged from the
lenitentiary at Columbus , O. , after
serving a seven-year term for his
share In the Chndwick swindle. Al
most Immediately he came to this city
: ind began working for tlio Michigan
State Telephone company. At the
.line of his death he was traveling and-
tor. His death followed an operation
PROBING FIRE TRAGEDY.
Authorities Looking Into Cause of
Death of Twenty-four Girls.
Newark. N. J. , Nov. 2D. "If I find
iny city or state official guilty of neg-
igence In the inspection of this build-
ng , " said County Prosecutor Mott as
ic stood by the factory In which twen
ty-four girls lost tholr lives by fire last
Saturday , "there will be the bitterest
sort of prosecution. "
"I do not mean to Imply , " he contin
ued , "that I have any evidence of crim
inal negligence , but I do mean that
the investigation shall be In earnest.
My view is that it ought to take the
form of some sort of public hearing ,
and I think a coroner's jury will bo
the most effective Instrument. "
Accordingly a coroner's jury was
sworn In , the llrst of Its kind that has
sat here In twenty years. County phy
sicians ordinarily perform such tasks.
There also will bo separate inquiries
by the grand jury , the state labor de
partment and the city building com
mittee. The destroyed building was
tlio property of Miss Barbara Glass ,
who has issued a statement declaring
that the structure was adequately
equinned with lire escapes.
'irenton. N. J. , Nov. 29. General
Lewis T. Bryant , state coinmlssionei
of labor , made an Investigation Intr
the fire at Newark last Saturday Ii
which twenty-four persons lost tholi
lives. At the conclusion General Bry
ant issued a statement absolving tin
1 owners from guilt.
Mrs. Carter's Premiere.
Now York. Nov 29. Mrs. Lesli
Carter will inaugurate her metropo
Unn season this evening , beginning a
Indefinite engagement In bar new pr <
3.i . duclion , "Two Women , " which score
iw a big lilt out of town.
3t MONDAY MENTIONS.
id C. F , Birch of Pierce was bore.
if Peter Knutz of Hosklns was here.
Ic Mrs. T. Tlnnej or Winner was lior
10 W. A. Bryant of Madison was her
re MlkKos Mariiaret Hanson and Bess
red Warren of Tildon were visitors in tl
lo B. T. Reid went to Scrlbner on bin
Ic ness ,
th J S. McClarj wont to Omaha i
Temporary Heat Quickly
Did you ever stop to think of the many ways in which a
perfect oil hunter is of value ? If you wnnt to sleep with your win
dow open in winter , you can Ret sufficient heat from an oil heater
while you undress at nijht | , and then turn it olF. Apply a match
In the morning , when you net out of
bedand you have heat while you dress.
Those who have to eat an early
breakfast before the stove is radiating
heat can net immediate warmth from
an oil heater , and ( hen turn it oil * .
The jjirl who practices on the piano
in a cold room in the morning can
have warmth from an oil heater while
she plays , and then turn it otf.
The member of the family who
has to walk the floor on a cold win
ter's nifjlit with a restless baby can net
temporary heat with an oil heater , and
then turn it olF. The
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Absolutely smokeless and oJorlcss
Is Invaluable in its capacity of quickly giving heat Applr n match anil it is im
mediately at work. It will burn for nine hours without rUMIing. It Is safe ,
smokeless and odorless. It has a damper top mid a cool handle. An indicator
always shows the amount of oil in the font.
It has an mitoimitlc-locUlnii Ilnnic premier which prevents ( Jic
wick from being turned high enough to smoke , and is easy to remove and drop
back so that the wick can be cleaned in an inst.int.
The burner body or gallery cannot become wedged , and can be quickly
unscrewed for rcwicking. Pinishcd in japan or nickel , strong , durable , well-
.made , built for service , and yet light and ornamental.
Deaien Evtryuhere "If rat at yurs , imtr f r ducnpl.vt aniila
to tht ntareit agency cf tht
Standard Oil Company
( Incorporated )
Oe > ergo W Phelps of Madison wns
in the ilty
0. J Crily of Brlstow was n visitor
in the city
Cecil 1'anl of Blair was hero visit-
inn witli friends.
Frank Inholder of Stnnton was n
visitor in the city.
Mrs. Albert Kohlor of Pierce was a
visitor in the city.
Mrs. August Tlockinnn of Hadarwas
here calling on friends.
Miss Louise Itohrko of Hndnr was
here visiting with friends.
George Watson voturned from n
short visit with friends nt Sioux City.
Mr. and Mrs. It. G. Rohrko of IIos-
kins were In the city visiting with
Miss Myrtle Rauhousor returned
from Wayne , where she spent .1 day
Mrs. Walton and daughter , Miss
Bessie Walton of Tildon , were visitors
In the city.
Miss heist , who was here visiting
with her brother , Professor Guy Lolst ,
returned to her home at Lincoln.
Mrs. Holt/man , her daughter Laura
and son Clarence , returned from Oma
ha , where they spent a day with
At the recent convention of the
State Teachers' association at Lincoln ,
which was attended by thirty Norfolk
teachers , professor Heose Solomon
was re-elected president of the music
Gustavo Diotz and Miss Bertha Hurt-
ness were married at Staple , Minn. ,
last Thursday. After the wedding cer
emony the young couple went east on
n short wedding toin. Mr. Diet'is
well known in Norfolk , having been
employed in the A. L. Killian store
for some time.
When tlio ( i o'clock whistle blew last
night , it marked the end of laying
com rote on Norfolk avenue , the hard
est part of the paving of that street.
There is now no danger from frosts ,
and , according to thoipaving contract
ors , the work of laying the remainder
of the brick will bo of short duration.
A draft horse belonging to II. C. Sal
tier died in a baru hero late last night.
Night Patrolman Sasse , making his
rounds , heard the horse kicking des
perately in a stable in the alley be
tween Fifth and Sixth streets. He im
mediately notified William McCune ,
an employe of II. C. Sattler. The an
imal died shortly after Mr. McCune
Arrangements for the consecration
Wednesday at Omaha of Very Hev.
George A. Beecher as bishop of the
missionary district of Kearney include
many receptions and sen ices after the
consecration at 10 o'clock a. m. in the
Trinity church , where every seat will
be occupied. Many bishops and prom
inent church people , including lie.1
C. S. Weills and Jtev. IX C. C'olegrovc
of Norfolk will be present. Hlshoii
lleccher is well known in Norfolk
Seven years ago lie was made uram
chaplain of the Masonic fraternity bj
C. K. Burnliam of this city , who a
that time was grand master. Fet
number of years Bishop Beecher hai
been dean of the Omaha Ttlint ;
church and has become popular ii
that city in his great work for tin
hoys and girls In the Omaha slums.
Mayor Friday Dines Council.
The mayor and Mrs. Friday ente-i
tallied with n 'supper and smoki r a
their beautiful homo on North T > nt
Ihtieet last night the members of th
city council and the other city oil
I cials. The Rev. 1) . C. Colegnne w.i
L | also present. A most generous an
- supper was served b > Mn
n ' Friday , with the assistance of Mis .
1.1 A. llight , Mrs. M. C. Fra/.ler and Mr
d | \V. T. Rocioft. The table was bnaiit
I fully decorated with carnations , ai
Alter lull justice mm neen done
the many good things provided , tl
president of the city council. II. >
° > Winter , was appointed taaxtmast
° - and called on each guest In turn , all
whom responded with appropriate a :
10 coidlal talks. While the company e
Joyed the cigars which the may
; i pushed about , a general discussion
' the problems of the city , past and
111 ture. was had , such aa can not fall
ho of untold value In bringing clot
together all who were present Gen
eral expression was given to the1 feel
Ing shared by all that the mayor and
Mrs Friday had set an example which
should ho followed and that last
night's supper should become a prece
dent for all future mayors to follow.
On motion of Mr. Kaufman , second
ed by Mr. Coleinan , the following mo
tion was adopted by a unanlmotm
standing vote :
"That the council and other city of-
ilclals tender to the mayor and bin
wife the sincere thanks and apprecia
tion of all parties present , and that
this resolution be printed In the dally
paper. " .
Order of Hearing of Final Account.
In the mutter of the estate of Hope
Jane Twombly , deceased.
In the county court of Madison coun
ty , Nebraska.
Now on the 11th day of November ,
1910 , came Thomas B. Twombly , the
executor of said estate , and prays for
leave to render an account as such ex
It is therefore ordered that the 15th
day of December , 1910 , at 1 o'clock p.
in. at my ofllco in Ma'lison , Nebraska ,
be llxcd as the time and place for ex
amining and allowing such account.
And the heirs of said deceased , and all
persons interested in said estate , are
required to appear at the time nnd
place so designated , and show cause ,
if such exists , nliy said account should
not ho allowed.
It is further ordered that said Thom
as B. Twombly , executer , give notice
to all persons interested in said estate
by causing a copy of tills order to be
published in Hie Norfolk Weekly
News-.lournai ; a newspaper printed
and in general circulation in said
county , for three weeks prior to the
day set for feaid hearing.
| In testimony whereof I have licro-
, unto set my hand and affixed my of-
1 ( Icial seal this 14th day of November ,
A. D. 1910. Win. Bates ,
I ( Seal ) County .Judge.
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