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No mailer whether ihev have ever usrd a fountain | wn
ot not , Moore's is lute to lie acceptable (01 ( it eliminate * all
fountain pen doubles.
Moore's is the original Non I.r.iUUe Fountain Pen. It can lie catned in any
( million , upside clown or on its side loosely in pocket or bag. IT WONT LEAK.
It wtitei nt the fust sliokr No shaking. It is alieady to fill when the cap is re
moved. No joints to unscrew. No inly fingers.
Moore'i Non-Leaknl > lr Fountain Pern are made in various sizes ranging in pncc
from $2.50 lo $5.50. Also in .1 variety of gold and silver mountings and solid silver
and gold. I'en points lo suit any hand.
For Sale livetywhere
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Wo linvc just received n car
of firm and fine
Phone us your order.
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Upstairs next to Auto Tel. BIdg.
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A clean , utilot , cozy pluco where
you can net the beat homo-
Our facilities for doing first-class
work are unsurpassed. Our establish
ment Is equipped with the best and
most modern appliances for doing
all kinds of Cleaning , Dyeing and
Pressing , every department is
OPERATED BY EXPERTS
who thoroughly understand the busi
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shop Is absolutely Clean and Spot-
loss. Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices
reasonable. Como in and see us.
NORFOLK STEAM DYE WORKS ,
229 Norfolk Ave.
Phone Auto 1223. Bell 203.
HOT WATER BOTTLES
and Rubber Goods
of all kinds
A COMPLETE LINE
THE KIESAU DRUG CO ,
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hans , i
son.Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Glbbs
There will be a meeting of tin
Royal Neighbors tonight.
Ed Hans is suffering from a sprain
ed ankle as the result of an acclden
A new dancing club to be known n
the Fantastic Dancing club is bcini
State Secretary W. A. Baldwin o
the Christian church of Lincoln 1
coming to Norfolk to deliver a semen
mon nt the Christian church Sunda
The police were asked this mon
Ing to settle a neighborhood qunm
which began in Kdginvnter Park
, Thursday. One neighbor claimed an-
, tithi-r was filling the other's yard
I with rubbish and dead chickens.
| Chlof Marqtiurdt acted as the angel
All was rt-udy for a fast football
game Friday afternoon and the Nor-
j folk high school team , which was pitted -
ted against tin- fast Oakland team ,
I wore ready for the fray and all members -
bors wore confident that they would
give the Oakland boys a tussle they
never before experienced.
Nineteen members of Uuolah chap
ter No. 40. Eastern Star , Including
the officers , went to Pierce Thursday
night and put on the work which In-
i stinted an Eastern Star chapter at
Pierce. The Norfolk people returned
home at noon Friday. Among those
that were present at the work at
Pierce wcro : Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Vlole , Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Ha/en , Mrs.
U. C. Simmons , Mrs. II. S. Thorpe ,
Mrs. Walter Jones , Mrs. J. IUx , Mrs.
John Lyndc , Mrs George Williams ,
Mrs. Taylor , Mrs. Wllloy. Mrs. Hitnoy.
Notice Is hereby given that here
after any person throwing ashes ,
glass or other rubbish in the streets
of Norfolk will be prosecuted by the
city to the full extent of the law.
By Order of
Lodge Feast at Dallas.
Dallas , S. D. , Nov. 24. Special to
The News : A grand lodge meeting
of the I. O. O. F. was held in Dallas
last night , at which state officers F.
B. Raymond , grand master ; Vilas
James and M. Patton , deputy grand
masters , and Harvey J. Rice , grand
secretary , of Huron , were present. F.
W. Thomas , noble grand , and P. J.
ICleingan , vice grand , with a delega
tion of thirty , attended from Gregory.
It was an all night's session work in
grand lodge. Also subordinate de
grees were put on. An elaborate re
past \sas serxed at the St. Edwards
Jokes at Death Sentence.
Guthrlc , Okla. , Nov. : > ! . "If your
honor pleases , I would like to have
this order carried out tomorrow , "
was the reply of George Brown , a
negro , when District Judge Huston
sentenced him to hang Jan. 10 for the
murder of Robert L. Durks , a negro
farmer , near Crescent , last July.
Judge Huston seemed more grieved
than the condemned man when he
passed sentence. When the judge
"May God have mercy on your
soul , " Brown replied :
"I hope so , too , for the court and
the witnesses have not had , and the
court has no regard for human na
When Judge Huston pronounced the
words , "You shall be hanged by your
neck until dead , " Brown answered
briskly : "That's all right. "
Asked if he had anything to say ,
Brown gave a brief account of the
killing and said he acted in self-de
THE CASE HAS NOT YET GONE
TO THE JURY.
STEHR DENIES MURDERING BOY
Tells of the Night of the Blizzard
When the Little Fellow's Feet
Were Frozen Declares He Only
Whipped the Boy to Correct Him.
Madison , Nob. , Nov. i > | . Special to
The News : The Stehr murder case
had not gone to Iho jury nt noon to
day , bnt probably will go this after
Mrs. Stehr was on the stand all the
morning. Yesterday afternoon Henry
Stehr , the defendant , occupied the
stand and the general Impression of
those In the courtroom was that his
story weakened the case. The manner
of his tolling the story , answering
questions only when prompted by At
torney narnhart , Indicated hla tin-
Stehr said ho was : > 0 years old and
had married Minnie Lucon , April 0 ,
1)09 ! ) , at Hamburg , Germany , when
Kaurt Stehr was not quite 2 years
old. He came to America and lived
at the homo of his sister-in-law , Mrs.
llankrath , seven months , until his
wife and child followed him. Ho stat
ed ho had whipped Kaurt with a strap
taken from an old harness several
times for bedwettlng. It was this
habit of the child's that made Stehr
want Kaurt to stay In Germany , ho
said. Ho denied making threats
against the child In case Kaurt should
be brought to America , as Mrs. Hank-
rath had testified. He said ho enter
tained no ill will against the child ,
and denied striking him with an Iron
rod Intentionally , Insisting it was an
Says Feet Were Diseased.
Ho said the child's feet were dis
eased and had been treated in Ger
many by a doctor. Ho denied having
been arrested In Germany for 111
treating the child , but admitted he
had been called Into police court on
complaint of a woman for Investiga
tion in this connection.
He explained to the jury that ho
had bandaged the child for a disease ,
causing marks on the stomach and
hips. He explained the mark on the
eye by stating the child had fallen
out of bed , striking his eye on a box.
Photographs of the exterior and in
terior of the Stehr home and an exact
model of the child's bed were intro
Stohr said on Monday proceeding
the amputation he had a half bushel
of coal and $2.50 in cash and was out
of a job. Asked why ho had failed to
call a physician earlier , lie said he
had no money.
Child's Feet Frozen.
He said the child's feet wore fro/on
during the blizzard of Jan. 1. lie was
awakened in the night and found the
walls of the room white with frost
and snow , the boy's bedding being
frozen stiff. Ho arose , changed the
boy's bedding , put a dry cover over
him , covered his feet and went back
to bed. The next morning he found
much snow in the house and the boy
complained that his foot hurt ( at an
other point Stehr had said the boy did
not complain about his feet until
about five days later. )
Put Feet in Hot Water.
He put the child's feet in hot wa
ter and later put vaseline on them.
Stehr said he first called Dr. I'll-
ger. Later the same day he called
Dr. Verges , who administered appli
cations and later returned wtih Dr.
Tashjean. Then County Commission
er Burr Taft came. Next day , assist
ed by Loebus , Stehr took the boy to
the Klentx homo and never saw the
little fellow afterward. Two days
later he was arrested. Ho was not
advised of the death or the funeral.
During cross-examination by Judge
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey b
invaluable for all throat and
lung troubles. It gets at the
cause and cures gives per
manent , not temporary , relief.
The experience of Miss Rodgers -
gers is an example of its mar
vellous remedial qualities.
"For some time I was a suflcrcr
from bronchitis and spent a great deal
of money doctoring , until I heard
through a friend of the wonderful
merits of Duffy's Pure Malt Whis-
kej ; .
'Early in the fall I began taking it
and since then have been entirely free
from the bronchial attack. I consider
it my duty to thank you but I have
not enough words to say in praise of
this wonderful Pure Malt Whiskey
as a medicine.that is good for every
one. " Miss Mae Rodgers , 202 S.
MISS MAE RODGERS. Grove St. , East Orange , N. J.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
Ins to its credit fifty years of success without a
question as to its merits as a curative agent. It
overcomes all weakening , wasting and rundown
conditions of the body , brain and muscle , giving
the system power to throw off and resist colds ,
coughs , grip , catarrh , bronchitis and asthma and
it is a wonderful remedy in the prevention and
cure of consumption , pneumonia , stomach
troubles , malaria and low fetcrs , taken as di
rected. Prescribed by doctors and recognized as
a family medicine everyw here.
Soldby drugctsts , grocer * and dealers In sealed
bottles , price Jl.00. II you cun't procure It , let
us know and we will tell you how to obtain It.
Write forfree doctor's advice and book ol recipe *
lor table and sickroom.
The Daffy Malt WWskey Co. , Rochester , H , Y.
How to be Certain of
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Prcjuillro IN n hard thinK to OMTI-OIIIO ,
litlt where hrnltli IH at Hlaki1 ami llu >
opinion of thiniMiMiln < > f rcllulilo | iroiili <
Ulrforn fiuitiuiii8 , IIH jiulli-o I lion m -
COIIICH your iticiuicc IIIKI \ < > u ought tn
lay It UMlilc. Tliis Is wild in thu Intoi-
cwt of pcoplo MifCt'rltiK from rhrimlo
constipation , ami It ( \vorth > of thulr
| In the opinion of lejilonn of tclliihlo
'American ' pcoplo ( ho most Htuliborn
constipation linnirliialiU1 ran lie cured
liy a brief IIHU of Dr. Cnlihvoll'H Syrup
Pepsin. Yon may not liuvo hoard of It
before. Ittit do not doubt UN inerltH on
tlmt account , or bociiuso It IIIIH not been
blatantly advertised. It has Hold very
successfully on word of mouth recom
mendation. I'arentH mo KlvltiK It to
their chtldiun today who wcro Kl\rn It
by their parents , nnd It ban been truth
fully s.ild tliat more drtiKKlatH use It
personally In tliclr fiunlllcB than any
Powers. Slc'hr nilinlttod whipping tlio
boy with u leather strap for tin1 rcn-
son coinpliiliKMl of. at least three
times and admitted telling .lulltiH Kell
the boy's feet were frosted In the
lll//unl. ) He denied tlmt he had lock
ed the child in an outbuilding during
; lie storm.
When court coinoned tills morning
I'aul LuobUc was on the stand. He
: estlfied that Mrs. Stelir tame to him
uid asked him what doctor to get.
He advised her to get Dr. Pllger. The
'ollowing day she came again , desir- '
ug a diiforent doctor , ami he advised
! ) r. Verges.
The Fatal Night. !
Mrs. Htelir for the defense took
the stand. She said that on the nlglil
> f ( lie blizzard her husband got out
> f bed , put the little boy In bed with
icr , turned over his mattress and
tucked Kntirt back Into his lied. Knurl
lid not complain of the cold. In the
norning her bed was covered with
frost. Her husband got breakfasl and
Ciuirt was up and ate without com-
) laining of his feet. He did not walk
nuch , but thai was not unnatural for
ilin. She firsl noticed that his feet
were sore on Jan. n , when her bus-
land put the feet In hot water. She
lidn't know the feet were frozen.
They got salve and bandaged the
feet. On Sunday they decided to get
i doctor but she urged her husband ,
who had no money , to wait another
lay. Then she called on Mr. Leubke
mil got Dr. Pilger. He didn't care
to attend the case and Dr. Verges
was called. On Wednesday he
brought Dr. Tashjean and they were
Scene From "Baby Mine , " The Great Comedy at the Auditorium Tonight.
told the child \\ould be taken from
them. She didn't go to the Klentz
home that day because she was not
very well. She went the nexl day.
Kauri called after her when she left.
She went the nexl day and then
didn't see him again until after
death. On Sunday she had washing
to deliver but intended lo visit Ihe
boy In Ihe afternoon. Then she was
told he was dead and she did nol go
until evening. She left her baby lock
ed in the house.
The defense then called William
Mlckle who testified as to the care
thai had been laken of Ihe Slehr
home , Into which he moved after the
Dr. Pilger was called to show that
gangrene might result from other
Teeth extracted , cavities prepared
for filling , and live nerves removed
without pain. Dr. A. B. Ayres. den-
list. Itoom 5 , Bishop block.
MRS. JACKSON GOURAUD WILL
SHOW NEW YORK WEIRD
DANCES OF WORLD.
New York , Nov. 24. Tropic-il
dances , tempestuous dances , dances
filled with wild , weird , tumult ; slow ,
throbbing dances that turn the soul
on beam ends ; dancelcss dances , sug
gesting the oriental , occult and de
vout ; awakening , thrilling maddening
dances ; dances In which the dancer
sits down and dances with the feet
and arms ; turkey trots , and Honolulu
boola boolas all are on Mrs. Jackson
Gouraud's amazing winter program
Recently at her homo at 4C West
Fifty-sixth street this young society
woman gave a prelude entertainment
to the winter's "big show. " Later she
revealed the extent of her program
and described , as far as words can
describe , some of the tremendous sar-
abandu , capricolas , and artistic dream
dances one ha * garnered from the
Lcitcra mcontlv rproivotl from Mr.
Itnrry llnokmiluiu : . IJIIIolt lown. niul
Mri R il'iilliu ' : I > lx , Ncltr . nro but
n few < > f tliniis.mclH allowing flip PS-
term In uliiih Hi rulihvt'll'H Byrup
IVi'Hln Is In-Ill It Is inllcl. Kontlp.
non-KrlpltiK not violent. MUo snltn
or catlmrtlcH It rnros Krniliuillv nnil
liluiitmntly mi tlmt In tlnio nntilio
iiKiiln dues UH own work without out-
dltlo n Id Coli8ttuitcil | people owe It to
tlioniHulvcH to USD tills Kratul bowel
Anvono wlHliltu ? lo iimko u trial of thin
remedy heroic buying It In the n < Kikir )
way of n ilrliKKltU at fifty centH or into
dollar n InrKO liottlo ( fiunlly nine ) run
liuvo n Kampki liottlo Kent to the homo
free of clmrRo hy Hlmply mlilroMMltm' Dr.
W. II. Culilwoll. \Vii8hliiKtiin St ,
Montlcello , 111 Your nntno utul aililiuss
on u [ loatul caid will do.
four corners of the eaith and in
tends lo put In VI HC among her
Mrs. ( iiiuniud has neon them all and
learned them all and volunteers are
swarming to her to get the steps and
pares. A select little gathering of
thirty saw the opening prelude.
At the future entertainments , as
soon as the real program is taken up ,
all those Tonga dances and Honolulu
Kuls , Oriental Sitas , and French Mal
t-hisses will be performed in costume ,
said costume belni ? reclamed In troy
weight or milligrams. Last night the
dancers danced merely in evening
dress , so that the leal thrill was not
Of all her new dances Mrs. Gour-
aud rather tavors the Honolulu Kill.
It is more daring , more artistic , more
indescribably wonderful than any of
"Words are Inadequate to describe
the Kui , " exclaimed the latest wor
shiper at the shine of the mystic toe.
"One must see this dance to appre
ciate It. It Is terrific , exalting , over
whelming. The dancer wears a sort
of skirt of leaves and as she dances
the leaves leave one by one. You do
not notice tills , the dance is so grip
ping , the music so soul shaking. You
see only grace and art art in its
depths and heights of passion.
"I hud twenty of my friends try
this dance in Paris and it was an as
tounding success. It just turned ev
erything upside down. I
"Indeed , the fascination of this
dance is indescribable. You feel every
movement. You breathe the breath
of the semi-tropical mid-Pacific. You
feel the moonlight and the rustle of
waters , the caressing whispers of the
palms , the twinkling of the stars , the
writhing of wild animals In the
woods. It Is epic In its poetry , mad
dening In Us icy of living , passionate ,
POiillS If Id
I can truthfully say that Dr. Kil
mer's Swamp-Root is a very good
medicine , not alone for kidney trou
ble , but also for weak and sore back ,
as well as for rheumatism.
About a year ago I became 111 and
unable to work , my trouble being a
larao back. I read of your Swamp-
Root in the newspaper and In an Al
manac. Believing It would do me
good , I went to my druggist , Mr.
Skinner , and purchased a bottle. FindIng -
Ing relief in one fifty-cent bottle , I
purchased several more and In n
short time was able to continue with
my work and am today feeling well
and strong. I always recommend Dr.
' to friends
Kilmers' Swamp-Root my
as I believe It Is as good a medicine
as can be found.
AUGUST STRONG ,
3414 Washington Ave. , No. ,
Minneapolis , Minn.
Mr. Skinner makes affidavit that
ho sold the Swamp-Root to Mr.
Dr. Kilmori Co
Ilink-liamtivn. N V
Prove What Swamp-Root Will DeFer
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co. , Binghamton -
hamton , N. Y. , for a sample bottle. It
will convince anyone. You will also
receive a booklet of valuable Informa
tion , telling all about the kidneys and
bladder. When writing , bo sure and
mention The Norfolk Dally News.
Regular fifty-cent and one-dollar size
bottles for sale at all dnig stores.
THE UI'1'F.U SHOP
What man among
my trade in these
. ni'shrcud llll\ mi ;
ainl widespread si ni
tun uf advert ismg col
minis will tliuiU loss of
MI\ , nliilit.v as mi out I'd
tor In mon because I
carry For his inspection
clothes made In the
famous house of
Kiippcnlieiiiier * ll is
superfluous to elnho
rule on the dcsirahd
il.V of those clot lies
tlie patterns nnd color
ings iire beautiful. Ihe
( ( unlily Hie highest
known in the clothing
world ; there is nothing
fxok those SultH and
OVoats o\or. You'll prob
ably lose your respect for
every other line you turn
$18 , $20 , $22,50 , $25
nnd heller. -
J AIAKK pnrticiilnr effort to provide for the man who haste
to , or prefers , to hold himself to ijilf ) or tlierenhonts
for his suit My applying myself toward this end I am
able to give him ordinarily good $20 values for his money
nnd a wide range of all wool pure worsted fabric * I'D
many colors , well tailored , and cverv size- special values
$12.50 , $14.00 , $15.00 , $16.50
nn IIKRK'S : i specially
* prepared feast of
hero you're invited
rich coloring and unlim
ited assortment in ncck-
\\ciir. f > 0e ; sprightly
sparkling patterns in \
C 1 n c t t Shirts short
stiff bosom nnd
plain -Tr/J is n white
pleated shirt with pleats
continued down the
f r o n t eliminates a I I
buck-ling up over belt or
under waistcoat hats
-gloves underwear- -
hose -all from the very
-The Good Clothes Merchant-
Fresh Sealsnipt Oysters
in Sealed Individual ,
Ice Cold Containers
The Best Oysters Sold In a
Hereafter , in addition to iielliiiR Sealshlpt OyHters In bulk ,
we will supply them packed in sealed individual pint and quart
containers , or "Sealshiptens. " Our many customers who buy
Sealshlpt Oysters will now want to buy them in the new indi
vidual containers , and our many other customers who never buy
oysters , but are accustomed to having their milk , breakfast foods
and a host of other good things delivered in sealed packages ,
will welcome Sealshipt Oysters In the new "Sealshlptens" as old
It is the perfection of the original Sealshlpt idea , and gives
our customers oysters that are under seal when they reach their
own homes. Packed at the oyster beds and opened in your own
kitchen , pure , wholesome and sanitary.
"Oysters with the 'tang' of the sea. "
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
Choice Beef , Veal , Pork and Mutton. Fresh Dressed Poultry
THE CENTRAL MEAT MARKET
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