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TIIM NORFOLK WBI3ICLV NBWSUJOCItNAL , FKIDAY. PBimrARY n. mil ! .
Pleasure * of the Week.
MKH ! Mary ( ) ( llr > rnt > Htid Sum Eri-
kino. wti < ) M < > wedding will take place In 1
iln > near future , worn honored xueritH'
at n delightful old fatihlonud dinner
and iihower Rlvrn by Ml Hit Huton May-
lard on Tuesday evening. The girls
rune < nrly In the afternoon and won
Imtiy an booH until dinner tlmo tylnx
11 preiiy comfortable , the Rift of the
hosteim. The young men appeared on
tinMione In Mmi > to enjoy the dinner
which wan n dollcloti * one with nil
the old tlmo Rood things , from brown
broad nnd linked beans to doughnuts
and coffee. After dinner the gucata.
who wnre In old tlmo costumes , gath
ered In the pnrlor by candle light nnd
enjoyed sooltiR MIP Knouts of honor ro-
. elvo the gifts which w ro both useful
and pretty. Music nud charade * round-
( I out an evening of tnorrlinont , tlmt
will not soon be forgotten by the fol
lowing guests who wore present :
Misses Mary Odlorno. Molllo Brldgo.
Itnth lloohe , Mnrlnn Stltt. EIolso Dolt-
rlik. Hnlh N'orrlM. Maud Roes and Ha-
/ ! McDonald of Pierre , Messrs. Sarn
Ersklno. Oliver I'tlor. Mlllard South ,
( 'barlow nnrocko , Lowell Ersklno.
Charles Landers. James nolan 'y ,
Uchlo flow and Elmer Might.
MM. K. A. Hullock Rave n 0 o'clork
dinner party to eight young misses on
Friday evening to celebrate the birth
day of her niece. Miss Ruth Crosier.
I'lnk rarnatloiiH added beauty to the
table , whom the dinner of four courses
WJIH wervod. The place cards and nut
cups alHO added to the rnlor Hchome.
A beautiful cake bearing fifteen cnn-
dlcH wan a thing of beauty and added
very materially to the pleasure of the
guests. After dinner the girls enJoyed -
Joyed a guessing contest. Those who
njoyed the peed tlmo with the guest
of honor were MIHBOH Victoria May-
lard , Helen lioynoldfl , Dorothy Chris-
topli. Edith lliitterfleld. Until Daven
port , Alpha Kelney and Ileatrlco ( Sow.
The members of the Freshman class
who entered the high school the first
i HomoHtor , gave a reception last Sat
* , urdny evening to those who came Into
, v the class the second semester. Ad-
i' ministration hall In the high school
ti building was prettily and approprl-
| ntoly decorated for the occasion with
i | ponnniitti and class colors. The affair
, ' ? wtiH In the nature of a leap year party
and the young ladles In the class look
ed well to the care of the young gen
tlemen. A buffet luncheon that had
to be bought with corn proved to be
very Inviting , and much sport was en
joyed In getting together the where
with for the eatables.
A 7 o'clock dinner party given by
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wltzlgman and
James Delaney was a source of much
pleasure to about twenty friends , whc
enjoyed the event In the Wltzlgman
homo on Thursday evening. The ta
bles where the repast was served
and the rooms in which they won
spread , were attractively decoratei
in red carnations. In the course o
the evening of " 500 , " which was tin
entertainment , Mrs. Bert Ontlo am
Mrs. C. J. Bullock , Chas. Landers am
E. F. Huse won the awards for big !
The ladies of the First Congregatioi
al church ore making a united effor
to boost the pipe organ fund. Aftei
noon teas have grown so popular , thn
those who are not taking the part c
hostesses , set with their hats on an
their pocket books In their hands , nc
knowing how soon a hurry-up call wl
bo received to bo on the way. Serloui
ly speaking the Indies , as always , ar
doing their part and getting muc
pleasure out of these social afternoon
> that give them opportunities to kno'
i each other better and strengthen tli
j "ties that bind. "
' A reception was given Thursda
\ night by Rev. and Mrs. Hammond i
3 their homo on Hayes avenue to tli
| people of the Presbyterian church.
program of music and a few shoi
I talks on the church and duty towan'
church work took up the first part i
the evening , followed by a successfi
congregational meeting. Refreshmeni
were served later In the evening and
good tlmo was enjoyed.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kelsey gave
delightful six-thirty o'clock dinner to i
company of friends on Tuesday eve '
ing. The guests were seated at tabli
very attractive In their decoration
Rod carnations at each plate was
pretty feature that added to the beaul
of the scone. Brldgo was enjoyed r
tor dinner , the favors going to Mli
Falo Btirnliam and E. F. Huse.
Mrs. Sol ( J. Mayer presided at
tempting 1 o'clock luncheon onVe
ni'sday. having as her guests the met
hers of her bridge club and Mlssi
Martha Davenport and Fale Burnhat
After lunch the usual game of brldf
was enjoyed. Miss Davenport mm
the high score for the afternoon , at
was presented with a pretty sllvi '
spoon by the hostess.
Mrs. H. 1C. Warrlck and Mrs. K.
Woathcrby were hostesses at a
o'clock luncheon on Monday. Tl
guests , twenty In number , were scat *
at small tables daintily laid and scrvi
to a most apctlzlng three course men
Mrs W. N. 1'ut.e made the high sco
the game of brldgo that oeeupl *
f * , Mrs. 'Burt ' Mapos and Mrs. f ! .
Spfecher 'gave a number of friends
afternoon on Friday The he
served refreshment that wo
enjoyed and again the (
fvudrwas enriched by a nlco mil
Davenport and Mi
O'ld field were Joint ho ( QOH to ft
neighborhood coiMimny mi Tuesday af
ternoon. Twenty ladle * enjoyed a to-
rial rlfllt nttd thu dainty refreshments
that wnro lurvail by the hostesses. A
nlr gum was contributed to the grow-
ln < organ fund.
Mian Klvlm Durlond entertained a
company of friends and neighbors , this
afternrxMi , very Informal ! ) . The hos-
I to § nerved rofrotthmontH and the lit
tle pinto that was passed. held a num
ber of Hllvor dimes that were nn.xlous
to join those gone ; before Into the or
, Mrs. Jack Koonlgsteln entertained
the members of the Tuesday Ilrldgo
, club and Mm. J. W. Dlotrlck and Mrs.
C. J. Bullock at a 1 o'clock luncheon
i on Saturday. In thu game of brldgo
jthat followed the tempting luncheon.
the high acorn favor wont to Mrs. J.
The ladles of the First Congrogn
tlonal church mot with Mrs. F. E. Dav
enport on Thursday afternoon. Mrs ,
I Ooorgn Chrlatoph and Mrs. C. D. Dur
land asftlftod Mrs. Davenport.
Mrs. F. K. Malm was hostess to a
small company of friends on Friday
afternoon at n pipe organ kensington
Mrs. Malm served nlco refreshments
at the close of the afternoon.
Mrs. N. I. Owen was hostess to the
Household Kconomics department o
thu woman's Club on Monday after
noon. A very pleasant and profitable
meeting was enjoyed.
Fred King celebrated his wedding
last Monday by Inviting a largo mini
her of friends and neighbors to his
mine. Refreshments were served am'
ards wore played.
Mrs. F. A. Urown entertained a com
tany of ladles last Saturday afternoon
o help the organ fund. Refreshment
, vore enjoyed , at the close of a social
Mrs. 10. E. Gillette entertained twen-
y ladies on Wednesday afternoon. De-
Iclous refreshments were enjoyed and
i nlco little sum went to the pipe or
The Ladles' Aid society of the Bap
tist church enjoyed a meeting in the
home of Mrs. Norvell. 1100 Madison
avenue , on Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. C. L. Chaffee was hostess at a
pipe organ kensington on Wednesday
afternoon. The guests enjoyed a good
time and dainty refreshments.
MYs. K. H. Kuhleman and Mrs. John
Phlnney very pleasantly entertained
the Prlscllla club at the home of the
latter Wednesday afternoon.
The ladles of the Second Congrega
tional church were entertained at a
tea and talk on Thursday afternoon In
the homo of Mrs. Hedrlck.
Mrs. W. X. Huse entertained the
members of her bridge club at lunch
today. Mrs. K. F. Huse and Miss Faie
Biirnham were guests also.
The Dorras society enjoyed a pleas
ant evening with Miss Maud Rees on
Monday. A lunch at 10 o'clock was
served by the hostess.
Members of the order of Eastern
Star surprised Mrs. G. W. Schwonk
Thursday evening. A pleasant even-
ng was enjoyed.
The Ladies' Oulld of Trinity church
met with Mrs. George Dudley , jr. . on
111S Dr. and Mrs. C. A. McKIm and soi
Sre Eugene left Monday noon for a thret
re weeks' visit in Ottawa and Sallnn
" Kan. Dr. McKIm will also go t (
isw Kansas City , where he will attend tlu
Missouri Valley Veterinary Medical as
Mr. and .Mrs. C. H. Reynolds wem
to Omaha OP Thursday , where tht'j
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H
Bucholz at a theater party at the Bran
' dels to sec Lulu C.laser In "Miss Du
, delsack. "
of Mrs. W. H. Fields of Madison am
" 1 her daughter , Mrs. D. Brunson o
18 Friend , Nebraska , came over on Wed
nesday. for a short visit in the home o
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Biirnham.
Mrs. John A. Johnson , accompaniei
a by her sister. Miss Dorothy Hudnt , lef
'IVOS Monday for her home in Rockford
OS 111. Miss Rudat will make her fiitun
is. home In Rockford.
ty Miss Hazel McDonald , of Pierce , ha
ntss been a Norfolk visitor the past week
ss a guest in the homo of Mr. and .Mrt
T. J. Hlght.
Miss Anne Amundson left Mo ml a
for her home In Hartlngton. N'eb. . afte
111 a visit with Mrs. F. G. Gettinger.
m Mrs. W. F. Kdens of Fairfax. S. D
g returned home on Tuesday after
do week's visit with Mrs. Asa K. Leonan
'er Mrs. J. F. Losch of VTest Poinl
spent Sunday with her daughter , Mn
N. A. Huse.
1 Mrs. J. W. Dietrlck and daughte
h ( Marlon made the round trip to Oman ;
cd on Monday ,
ni. Coming Events.
ire Miss Dorothy Chrlstoph has issuei
ed Invitations to a valentine party 01
Feb. 10 from 2:30 : to C p. m.
T. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Reynolds hav
a Issued Invitations to a dinner part
OB. i Friday , February ninth.
or. Mr- and Mrs. Thomas Emornon Odl
In OHIO liavo Issued Invitations to thi
marrluKo of their daughter , Mary An
gusta , to Samuel Avery Ersklne , whlcl
will lake jitaco In iho bride's home
Wwliietfclny afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Society at Nellgh.
Nellgh. NVb. . Feb. 3. Spoclnl to
The News : Mrs. N. II. Sweltior of
thU city entertained at a beautifully
appointed Inncheon last Saturday for
the bridal jwrty of Miss Helen Hoyd.
The color scheme of pink ami white
was carried out In the decorations with
n large centerpiece of bride's rosea
and klllooney roses for each guest.
Tin' favors were dainty pink slippers
Oiled with candled rose petals.
Those present wore Miss Ile'en '
IJoyd. Mrs. J. F. Hoyd. Mrs. II. W.
Young of Woodburn. Oregon , Mrs. O.
A. Williams. Misses Louise Peters of
Peorla. Ill , Oraco Jackson and Irene
Monday afternoon Mrs. J. W. Splrk
gave a shower In honor of Miss Uoyd.
The home was decorated In pink cu-
; ilds and arrows pointing to gifts for
he guest of honor. A telegram was
landed to the bride-to-be which read :
Miss Helen Boyd. N'ellgh. Neb. Hunt
'or large , small , round , flat and square
packages. Arrows point to hidden
bundles. Pegln with umbrella ,
Signed ) Cupid. " When Miss Boyd
nlsod the umbrella there was a show-
r of confetti. At five o'clock a dainty
nipper was served. There were fa-
, ors for each guest of Japanese para
sols nnd diminutive bags of rice , eacb
of which contained Instructions for
managing a husband.
Nellgh , Neb. . Feb. 3. Special to
The News : Master Sterling Romlg
ntertalned at his home on South Cot'
tonwood street Thursday afternoon
from four to six o'clock by celebrating
his fourth birthday. Amusing game
of various kinds were indulged In bj
the little folk present after which
dainty refreshments were served. Fol '
lowing are the names of the little tot.
present : Mildred Offlll. Thelma For
sythe , Helen McAllister , Maybellt
Shaw , Verna Unthank. Kvedyn Un '
thank , Louise Hau&er , Frances Swell
7.or , Kthel Davis. Bernard Johnson , Lu
die Johnson. Katherine Mclntyre. Ho
hart Huxford , Donald Whitney , Gait
Whitney. K t" Jenkins , Dorothy Kay
Vivian Mulzacher and Florence All
sou. The after-guesU ? present were
Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Hauser. Mrs. N. B
Sweltzer , Mrs. C. H. A. Smith , Mrs. R
J. Forsythe , Mrs. W. G. Romig am
Mrs. Emma Romlg-
NORFOLK WINS THE GAME.
Local High School Team Trims Wes
Point by Close Margin.
Norfolk and West Point high schoo
basket ball teams tussled furlousl
last night in the skating rink. It end
ed 30 to 24 In Norfolk's favor. Capt
Hosman , who usually makes the mos
baskets for Norfolk , was In the gri
of Capt. liass of West Point , who heli
the Norfolk captain down to one has
ket. The line-up :
West Point Johnson , 1. g. ; Baas , i
g. ; Theisen , r. f. ; Jerman , 1. f. ; I.
Krause. c. ; G. Krause , sub.
Norfolk Smith. 1. g. ; Koerber , i
g. ; Landers , r. f. ; Hosman , 1. f. ; Gl
letto , c.
TO START THE CAMPAIGN.
Washington , Feb. 3. The first lieav
, ,11118 of the republican pre-conventio
campaign will be tired on the night c
Fob. 12. Lincoln's birthday. Presidei [
- Taft will speak in New York. Attorne
General Wickorsham will speak ! i
Milwaukee. Secretary MacVeagh wl
speak In Lansing , Senator Townsen
of Michigan will apeak in Detroit , Re
resentativo McCall of Massaclmseli
will speak in Minneapolis and Repr
seiitatlvo Htnes of Maine will spen
: in Portland.
The white house has had no part 1
the arranging of the program but
not unaware that these republicn
leaders are speaking on the san
White River Wants Filing Place.
White River. S. D. , Feb. : : . Spocl
to The News : I'nlted efforts on tt
part of the citizens of White River a
being put forth to land the temporal
llllng for this place. The local Coi
merclal club , alive to the possibility
of making White River the temporal
tiling place for the April illlng of tl
now homesteaders , are exerting eve
effort to land the plum. A petition 1
the citi/ons. setting forth the advai
ages , location of the town , also offt
ing free to the government the tii
new court house with its lire and bur [
lar proof vault , and other facilities f
handling the people , has been forwar
ed to the department of Interior.
A delegalion of prominent buslne
men also called upon the state delep
is tlou at the recent political gatherli
there and were given much encourat ;
ment from them.
White River is In the center of tl
homestead country and the county se
of Melletto county.
Ex-State Supt. Fowler of Llncol
will address the school teachers
Boone county on Feb. 22.
The Albion High School basketb :
learn won three successive games fro
Crelghton , Pierce and Madison la
s week. Auburn played here last nigl
Isaac Streeter of Petersburg ai
Rose M. Sherry of Iloone county we
tmletly married at the home of tl
bride's sister. Mrs. Geo. Gee. yesterdi
morning. They are visiting In lov
Judge Thomas of Columbus is pi
siding at this term of district cou
now in session. The damage suit
J. L. Nofslnger vs. Fred Panp Is no
before the court. Mr. Nofslnger Is s
ing for $10,000 damages received
the hands of Mr. Panp with a spaO
which penetrated his skull and re
dered him almost helpless.
o Louis Getsfrled and Miss Ruby Pat
were married at the St. Michael
church this morning. They will mal
their home on a farm near Albion.
Clark Hrown pleaded giillly to the
charge of adultery in district court
yesterday and w a sentenced to thirty
days In the county Jail.
J Sneak thieve * broke Into the produce -
, duce store of J. H. Peterson Monday
, night and departed with thirty-five' '
j : pounds of bnttor and llvo sacks of
Robert Stllllngor has resigned as
! .president of ( ho Iloono State bank , of
Hoono , Neb. , and sold his Interests to
Ed Mansllold. A. A. Uodondorf will
still bo retained as cashier.
I | J. P. Shirley. Junior member of the
firm of Gtinthor & Shirley , left yester-1
day for Los Angeles , Cal. In response
to the approaching death of a relative.
Charles Ornpea lost two lingers of
his olft hand Monday afternoon while
I shelling corn near Boono. The ground
on which ho was standing was very
slick nnd ho slipped and his hand
caught In the goarlng while attempting
, to save himself from a fall.
| Supt. Carvan of the city schools. Is
1 away on the sad mission of burying
j his mother , who died nt. Napor last
George Stanford , formerly of the
Scrlbner News , was In Albion this
week making preparations to move
onto a farm near here.
- Anson Wagar Serving Term.
Anson Wasar of Gregory has begun
to serve a sentence of six months in
jail on a charge of trying to Influence
a federal jury. Besides this , he Is to 1
pay a fine of $500.
IOWA MINISTER SUICIDES.
Insanity is Given as Cause of FairalPs
? Iowa City. la. . Feb. 3. The Rev.
y . Herman II. Falrall , editor of the Iowa
Methodist , who cut his own throat
" i with a razor Wednesday afternoon
s ' ( died at his home here yesterday. Letters
" ' ters wrltlen by the minister before his
e , death are in the hands of the author- !
" ties. They are said to Indicate insan-
L- Ity with rational intervals . Dr. Fair-
all had been a minister for fifty years
Marshall Is Endorsed.
Indianapolis , Feb. 3. Resolutions
endorsing Gov. Thomas R. Marshall ol
Indiana for the democratic nominatioi
' j for president were adopted by the In '
' dlana democratic editorial association
MADE WILL WHEN RICH.
D. H. Talbot Bequeaths $100,000
Leaves Only Chicken Coops.
Sioux City , la. . Feb. 3. The will o
D. H. Talbot , a scientist , making beQuests
Quests to Sioux City and Sioux Falls
: universities and others amounting tc
about $100,000. was probated. The wil
was made when he was a rich man
All he left at his death were a
] chicken coops.
Lawrence , Mass. , Feb. 3. Charge <
r. with two counts of conspiracy in con
. nection with the alleged "planting" o
dynamite in the homes of textili
strikers , John J. Breen , an undertake
who is a member of the Lawrenci
school committee , was bound over t
the grand jury after a hearing in tin
police court. Ho furnished bail in thi
sum of ? 2,000 on each count.
May Have Been Murdered.
Kansas City , Mo. , Feb. 3. Whethe
l\ \ or not Thomas Edwards , former !
p j county commissioner at Yankton. t
" ! D. . was murdered or killed himself Is
| mystery that Kansas City detective
I urged on by three fraternal orders , c
' ! ' " which ho was a member , are trying t
solve. Edwards was found shot dea
on Coates drive here. No money c
other valuables were found on KIn *
wards' person. In response to uli
grams received by the local fratorm
orders from Yankton .these organlzi
in tlons have taken charge of Edward
ne body which was sent to Yankton n
LORIMER CASE NEAR END.
he Detectives Must Wind Up Their Te
re timony This Afternoon.
rim Washington. Feb. 3. The Lorinu
m senatorial investigation is to be coi
es tinned Into today.
Chairman Dlllingham of the con
no mittee has notified attorneys in th
r-v : case that they must close up toda
" > ' all testimony of private detectives wh
llt- claimed to have obtained admission
ar' of perjury from Charles McGowan ,
110 Hines-Lorimor witness. The detective
"B- have testified they "roped" young M
'or Gowan into saying he had rocelvt
" ! money for testlfving before the con
ss The investigation is Hearing its em
After one or two more witnesses at
"B examined the committee will clos
hearings and prepare Its report for tli
at Railroads Ask Injunction.
Washington. Fob. 3. The Santa t
nnd other trans-continental railroai
petitioned the commerce court for n
In.of injunction against the Interstate cor
of mission's order redudng rates on lei :
ons from California to nil points In tl
all United States from $1.1.1 per hundrt
pounds to $1. The court will hear a
ist gument on Monday.
nd HE SAW HIS SHADOW THERE.
he That's Why This Cold Wave Sweef
ay Down From the Northwest.
ware Chicago , Feb. 3. First vindlcatlc
of the groundhog's action in returnin
re- to his hole yesterday came today whc
art a cold wave swept down from the Ci '
of nadlan northwest. Thus far It covei
JW the Dakotas. Minnesota , western Wl
3U- cousin and parts of Nebraska , lllinoi
3Uat Iowa , Missouri. By tomorrow It Is pr
dieted by the local weather forecastt
all sections of these states will be i
the grasp of the wave.
np Although few records were brokei
Is' the temperatures of 29 below at Wim
ke na and 22 at Duluth , seemed unusua
ly severe owing to ttio suddenness with
which they entno. Chicago mny exper-
lonce 12 degrees below zero weather
by tomorrow It is predicted. Last night
the mercury here dropped to zero and
at 0 o'clock this morning It was 4
degrees above zoro. The cold wave
may pass In two days. It Is said.
St. Joseph. Mo. . Feb. 3. Railway
and street car traffic were paralyzed
by a drifting snow today. The storm
was general throughout northwest
Missouri , and livestock suffered
j I Omaha , Feb. 3. Temperature 4 de
grees below zero , a light snowfall and
a 21-mlle-an-hour wind are the fea
tures of the blizzard that greeted resi
dents of this section early today. Re
ports from various portions of the
state show that the storm Is general
1 throughout Nebra ka.
Des Molnes. la. , Feb. 3. Heavy
'snow ' , assuming almost the proper-
1 tlons of a blizzard , nnd o degrees below -
' low zero , were conditions prevailing
throughout central Iowa early today
Sioux City , la , Fob. 3. Temperature
dropped to 15 below zero here today
The snow and told has greatly de
layed rail traffic.
"HanV. North" Is Dead.
Chicago , Feb. 3. Henry G. Knauff.
"Hank North , " saloonkeeper and
friend of W. T. Stead , the London ed-
i Itor and author , is dead. In Knauff's
saloon and lodging house Mr. Stead
'obtained ' most of the material for his
( book , "If Christ Came to Chicago , "
I published shortly after the world's fair
! here. It was said that Mr. Stead and
I Knauff were accustomed to sit for
. hours in a room over the saloon and
! exchange ideas regarding the book. In
j dispensing free lunch to "hoboes , "
, i Stead said that "Hank North" was do
- ing the right kind of charity.
- Truskett Jury Disagrees.
- Independence , Kan. , Feb. 3. Th
" ; jury which had since 3:13 : o'clock
, j Tuesday afternoon been out in th
! trial of A. A. Truskett , charged witt
( the murder of J. D. S. Neeley ,
s' wealthy oil promoter of Lima , 0. , wa.1
'discharged at S o'clock last night b
11 j Judge Flannelly in the district cour
here. All hope of reaching an agree
i. ment was given up.
MUTINEERS WIN A FIGHT.
Compel Gov. Gonzales to Release Fou
Chihuahua , Mex. , Feb. 3. Ninet
mutinous rurales. aided by a score o '
recruits , after a sharp fight compellei
Gov. Gonzales to release from thi
prison Antonio Rojas , former rnilitan
partisan of Einilio Vasques Gomez am
three of his followers.
Gonzales surrendered to the d
mands after three hours of fightlni
j near the prison in which the loya
' rurales were commanded by Gen. Pas
cual Orozco in person. The mutineer
agreed with Gov. Gonzales to ceas
: fighting if the four prisoners were rt
I Five rurales are known to be dea ;
e and a number injured. Among the lai
0 ter is Silverio Orozco , cousin of Pas
, ' cual Orozco. The dead include Capt
Salgado and Guiterez. The rebel losse
are yet unknown.
r JUDGE PAYS MAN'S FINE.
'After Sentencing Him , the Court Feel
n I Compassion.
s : > ' Galveston. Tex. . Feb. 3. Josep
3' Donates Sandoval , sentenced :
to Brownsville to pay a fine of $600 o
1(1 the charge ofiolatlns : the neutralit
3r laws , will square the bill today wit [
' " money loaned by the same judge vrfa
° " sentenced him. Siuidoval was convic
nl ed Jan. 5 at Brownsville , in a trial b [
a ] fore Federal Judue Walter T. Burn
ls ; Since that time ho has been in prise
at Laredo , unable to pay his fin
Compassion for the man promptc
Judge Burns to advance the monc
with which to settle with the cover '
> r Brandeis at York.
n- York , Neb. , Feb. 3. Speaking befoi
n11 a non-p.irtisan audience In the Yoi
11- opera house here this afternon. Lou !
1110 D. Brnndeis , denounced p.et-nt met ;
ods of dealing with the tiusts. 1
10 urged that delay in the procedui
15 aaglnst the trust be abandoned ar
15n that all litigation be reduced to a bin
ness basis. Mr. Brandels endorsed tl
c- work of Senator LaFollette. whom i
cn eulogize. ! as a great constructive lea
n- er. He also lauded Congressman No
ri * .
gl. Peter Etllng was a business visit *
) O in town last Thursday afternoon fro
Miss Dora Lorenzon went to Nellf
last Thursday 'afternoon for a tw
weeks' visit with relatives before lea
ds tng for Iowa.
in Mrs. Ed Hunter from Bellinghar
in- Wash. , arrived the first part of la
ill- week for a visit at the home of Georf
lie Hunter , three miles south of town.
Over 120 guests were entertained i
" " held the Mot
iran - the "house warming" In
odlst parsonag last Thursday evenln
Henry Koehler of Ewlng spent Fi
day and Saturday of last week looklr
after business interests here and visl
T. H. Brenton of Nellgh was a bus
an ness visitor in town last Friday.
ig Frank Payne , brakeman on th
sn Northwestern , was visiting home foil
rs Postmaster A. T. Rowe Is again abl
IsIs - to be about after an Illness of seven
Is , weeks.
e' Mrs. H. A. Van Gaasbeck departc
er on the noon train Monday for Wasl
in Ington. D .C. , for a several week's vlsl
Work was resumed on the new brlc
n , hotel Monday. The brick work of tli
oil - basement Is now in. up to the fin
il- floor. Mr. Carter has a largo fore
working , and Is pushing the erection
o the building so as to Imvo u corn *
ileted parly In April.
Xeb Uartlott Is visiting In town this
week on his way homo from a visit to
lifferent points in Iowa. He now lives
n the western part of the state.
Workmen ar this week moving two
arge elm trees from down on the
river to the east of the Antelope Coun
ty Bank building , which will further
tielp Oakdale In keeping It's title of
the city beautiful. "
Posters are out for a "Rube" social
to bo held Saturday evening at the K.
P. hall under the auspices of the newly -
ly organized Royal Neighbors lodge.
C. L. Bretz returned Wednesday
from an extended trip to southern
states nnd east as far ns Chicago.
As soon as spring weather penults
the school grounds are to be graded ,
and greatly Improved with trees ,
fences , sidewalks , Otc.
A number from here attended the
wedding of Miss Helen Boyd nt Nellgh
F. C. Cochran of Lincoln Is transact
ing business in Oakdale today.
Arthur Evans has opened a barber
shop at Loretta
Tips Lady Barber $800.
Chicago , Feb. 2. Alvan H. Arnold.
! the wealthy bead of a manufacturing
I concern bearing his name , was reclln-
ing In a chair In a Dearborn street
lady barber shop yesterday nfteruon
- when a heavy set man with a husky
\olce walked In.
"Are you Alvan II. Arnold ? " he
. i asked.
J "I am , " said Aronld ns the lady barr
r j her lifted the hot towel from his face
1 and prepared to massogo It with col-
1"I am here to serve you with di
vorce papers. " continued the visitor
showing a deputy sheriff's star.
"That so ? A little more powder
please , " answered Arnold. "Do you
happen to know what she charges ? "
"Too much 'lady barber , " " answered
( the deputy curtly.
"Too Much Lady Barber. "
< "Mercy ! " shrieked the lady barber
dropping another hot towel unexpect
edly upon'Aiuold's upturned face.
. "Ouch ! " answered Arnold. "What
again ? Well , please finish the shave
1 don't think I'll take a massage today
I'll have to see my lawyer. How die
you come to look me up here ? "
"O. " replied the deputy , "that's easy
J. J. Barbour , your wife's lawyer , says
you've got the 'lady barber' habit. "
If Arnold had not succumbed to th
lure of the female barber and Mr. Bar
hour hadn't remembered his weakness
y ; it is probable the deputy would hav
. continued a futile search for Arnold.
Love at First Shave.
Mrs. Arno'.d sued for divorce las
May , declaring her husband was a vie
tim of "lady barberitis. " mentionini
Mrs. Daisy Mullen , proprietor of
shop , as one of the objects of his af
. ' fection. She also named othe ' * woinei
1 barbers , among whom was aJuliet
who was said to have received a Eurc
pean trip frcm Mr. Arnold.
Mrs. Arnold charged that her bus
e band , who is over 60 years old. hai
, met Mrs. Mullen when she was "heai
! ' barber" in a downtown shop , and I
became a case of love at first shavt
Finally , when Mrs. Mullen bad latt
e'r'ed herself deep into his affection ;
B Mrs. Arnold says her husband pui
chased a shop for Mrs. Mullen , doin
it in the form of a Up.
Gets Tip of SSOO.
. "That's a fine shave. " she says h
remarked. "Here is JSOO : go and bu
j yourself a shop of your own. "
Shortly afterward Mrs. Arnold b
gan suit , but Arnold objected so strei
uously a reconciliation was effectei
Mr. Arnold purchased a safety raze
and returned home , promising to shav
. himself in the future.
, . Then the safety razor fell into dl
use and the lady barber began lathe
' inc her affection * upon him again.
ed ' A Baseball Star Now in Surgery.
DV "Jack" Davey. the popular baseba
shortstop ; in the Norfolk salaried teai
i of ten years ago. is now "Dr. J. >
i Davey" of Ponca. Neb. Dr. Davey hr
1 just recently associated himself Ire I
ro practice with Dr. J. M. O'Connell. or
rfc of the best known and longest esta
is lished physicians of northern Nebra
! , . ka , the new firm being known as Dr
Io O'Connell & Davey. Dr. Davoy pe
ro forms surgical operations , it is sail
nd with as much skill as he used to pe
s | . form at the bat or throw to first ban
he in Norfolk. On Wednesday of thi
ije week at Ponca he performed a dHflcu
id- , surgical operation for a pus case i
3r. appendicitis , with excellent results.
Two Plants Consolidate.
After a week s conference In th
or ' Koenigstein &KoonigHtoin law office
inl j the Norfolk Ice Cream and Cone con
I pany and the Hutchison Bros. Steal
Sn . Bakery and Ice Cream company wer
vo consolidated , with a capital of $2r > , QOI
IV- The final settlement of the deal wa
IVm made last night. E. B. Kauffman I
m , president and general manager of th
ist new company ; W. II. Hutchlnson , vie :
goat president ; E. J. HutchliiHon , seen
tary ; Tom Lewis , secretary and treai
at urer. The new company Incorporate
under the name of the Norfolk Ic
ig.ri . Cream and Baking company.
ri The building now occupied b >
ng Hutchinsori Bros , is to bo rcmodolc
and more modern machinery for bal
Ing Is to bo Installed. This hiilldln
si will be used entirely for baking an
will havea capacity of 5,000 leave !
ks The Ice cream and cones will b
manufactured exclusively In the Noi
le folk Ice Cream and Conn coin pany'
al building. The capacity at this factor
IB 1.000 gallons dally.
3(1 The new company will do principal
ly a wholesale
Brandels In Nebraska.
Fremont , Neb. , Feb. 2. Louhi D
Ht Brandols , the Boston' attorney , launch
ed his speochmaklng tour In NebriiHki
nt the Larson theater yesterday after
noon where he advocated the policies
of Senator la Follelto before a large
crowd. Mr. Brandels devoted his
speech mostly to deer ) Ing the trtwis
While the meeting was advertised a.s
a La Follotto rally , the reception of
Mr. Brandels In Fremont had the fla
vor of n non-partisan affair. A dozen
prominent republicans and democrats
dined with him at noon. Ho was met
here by J. J. McCarthy of Ponca , preH-
Ident of the La Follette Icaguo of Ne
braska , and F. P. Corrlck of Lincoln ,
In his speech Mr. Brandels declared
that the country faces a crisis equaled
In seriousness only twice In Its history
- onto In 177G and again In 1SG1
when bloody wars wore precipitated.
To avoid similar consequences now
the American people must think and
"I don't know the political game , "
said Mr. Brandois , "for 1 am not a poli
tician , but I do know that the time
has como when our country must bo
run by business men. It Is more im
portant than private business , and the
people must take hold of It. I have
left a fairly good private business to
come west to talk. The east needs the
west as It never did before. You must
take time from business to think I
want you to take time to consider the
record of Senator La Follotto and
what It stands for.
"Littlo has been accomplished
against the trusts. The tobacco ami
oil suits amounted to actions at law
to quiet title. When they were finished
trust stock wont higher than ever.
- The La Follette method-of probing big
questions is a good plan. It puts the
- burden of proof on the trusts where it
After the speech a meeting was held
, at the New York hotel , and plaits laid
for the district campaign. David
Thomas of Columbus and C. E. Far
ley of Walthill were elected delegates
to the district convention. J. J. Mc
Carthy of Ponca was endorsed for del-
egate-at-large , and A. R. Davis was
recommended for presidential electoi.
Resolutions were adopted endorsing
La Follette for president and pledging \
support. Congressman Norris of th"
Fifth district was endorsed for senator
ator and recognized as the "Ideal pro
gressive legislator. "
The policies of Roosevelt were ap
proved. The deleeates were pledged
to abide by primary preferences.
$6,350 Already Has Been Signed
< Snowball campaign results :
Individual subscription $3 , .00" " i
Individual subscription 1 ,000 ,
( Individual subscription 500
Individual subscription 50ii
Individual subscription 2.10
Individual subscription 2.10
Individual subscription 200
Individual subscription 200
: Individual subscription 200
Individual subscription 150
Individual subscription 100
Individual subscription 1C- 1
General subscription . .
General subscription . .
General subscription . .
10 General subscription
Total S * : '
e- < These are the subscriptions T - .
en - have been pledged to the Y. M. 0 \
nd. . fund during the past week. The - .
or dividual subscriptions" refer to tho-
re secured from the list of fifty men. Th.-
others are from outside that list. The
committee is not yet ready to give out
Four soliciting teams of the Y. M.
C. A. campaign lor the purpose of s -
curing enough subscriptions to flriiFb
the building are jubilant over the ie-
ill sults which in one week netted them
m IG.Ii.'O toward the fund. The four
M.as teams are conlinning their uin rgicx
as among the fifty NoroflU men and HH-N
believe the campaign will bo n MI >
no coHsfuI one. Today JS.700 IH ntnnlml
lo complete the beautiful Y. M. ' V
home ; . It was esllmnled hofurr * ilii- >
s. camiialgn b < > gan , that $ iri,0 ( > 0 vutuM K-
(1 , The Ih-Kl I'l.OdO In ( ho lint of .u' .
rse scriptlons made public toiluy. Ui. '
se ing the $2.000 and $1,000 milim < Mpt < .M .
Is given by Y. M. C. A. onlhimln U v < v-
lit are unwilling that their unnto * ' .s-
made public at this lime , In r\n Me > v > <
a preliminary HtihHcrlpllnti ( ttnttl > !
hcKiiiiing of the "snowball" raiukMiVk"
AH the result of a wool,1 * n-.vV
10 among fifty InidliiR NmfolK m > M j
is : , IfiO was subscribed by tdvlcim > r
n- number. The four teiiniH an < ' * * *
nm Ing tlielr work anil bellovo tl * M V.
re possible lo ralHo money to lluUk < > ,
0. Interior of the hiilldlni ; Thr 8 tt i' ' '
0.is subscription MH ! ban itliiitodi \ \ \ r . >
isH names amountiin to $200.
toe Winner Corn Show llniln ,
o- Wlsner , Neb. , l' " < h. a. Hiint'lal * > <
os - The NOWH : Thu Wliinor ftirnior * ' < w
sMl stltuto and corn Minns , Iho nioul \ \ \
'O toHsflil yet lii'ld ' , cloHed lli'ie lllHt
after three dityn. The following
y cern weio elecled I'lONldoill , . ) \ \
d .Maimflidd ; vice piOMlilout. O l >
k- ThompHon ; nerinliii ) . J. II. ICnilo )
ig Hlslant iiociolnry. Fi inli l. .
id treaimror , C. LOIHIIHOII , dlrootom ' U
idH RlHHor. llonry Ilimhr and .1 W IV w
In * ; .
10 The exhibit" of com uhotvt , IllfaUtt ,
10r polntoeii. nlr , oio Iho bent in'ur. The
r's followliiK coin pil oH wor wwftrdod :
'sy Flnit pil/o , HWoopulnltoM , I OijrV. \ . f.
Illoiiiiatin. n ni " ' 'lllng foe ft ; Urt
prl/e. luml III I'HIM , .1. UijJ' " 11
Helllm : fet $ ll ! ; nccond print ,
Koliiul Koi'.KOiibaUKh. fk
llleriMiinn , J7.HU ; Drat i
coin nil ear , W. F. Blorni.u.
loinl tiu'iilpts from din KM !
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