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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1913)
THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE.
FREE HOMES IN DRAWING
Several Women Among tho Winners
State Labor Commissioner Chas.
W. Pool Draws No, 65,
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InStM nc,nljoro1 Whan the young ISPff fr
lPWh Itlns tlion crown prince r &ZS2Z2 I II ' "" '-71
lpZLMA .,., ,.,, American !tgJJUJl1 .MS ' SilF I 4R?SMmEs. I
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roturnou homo to time up tiie zfiiJVSs-. t gSj M KWffiSiJSm II
L "iwBwwsfSLig,. &g:
imrioim study of IiIh father's kingdom It was
(nought that nn a matter ot course ho would fol
low tho custom of tho royal house to which he
liolongod and marry, nut, greatly to tho aston
ishment ot tho entire realm, this ho llatly refused
In do, and not ovon hiB,fnllier'a kingly "requests"
could change IiIh doclslon Now, mnrrlago hy n
WiamoflO monarch moans not the fclmplo taking
Of ono wlfo, but tho complicated and wholesome
absorption of a hundred. His Iato majesty King
Ohulalortgkorn had threo wlvos when ho wns
crown iirlnco and added 07 others to his house
hold boforo nscondlng tho thiono, and his father,
Uio great Mongkut, claimed many hundreds of
Vivos Bo whon young Prince Vajlravudh turned
his back upon tho buautlon ot tho court and
would have nono of thorn ho established n prcco
dent of celibacy unheard of In his domain since
"boforo (Iniu was."
Tlioro was nevor a suspicion of scandal con
nected with tlio prince, olthor while ho was at
Hamlhurat or tit Christ collugo, Oxford; nor dur
fng his many visits to llorllu, Paris, Madrid,
Vienna or Londoncovering ninny yoais of his
moat ImproBBlonnblo ago not ovon a word during
Ills flying .trip tlnough tho states nnd it ho went
liaok to his Asiatic throne leaving his hontt hero
jr In Europe tho world has nevor been notified
ot tho matter nor has any particular caretaker
heca nlnglcd out na the posslblo happy custodian
or tlio royal gift
Hut, should this rumor have more than tho
Usual claim for orodonco should his majesty,
iMaha Vajlravudh, tho supremo ruler of all Slam,
"marry an Amoriean" what thou? Thoro Is no
royul family In this domocratlo country from
vyhloh tho young man could or should mnko his
choice nnd by so doing commit tho bonds Unit
olrondy hold his Ilttlo kingdom In far nwny Asia
vory oIoho to Undo Sam's hoart Uut tUrq nro
imorlcnn ladles a-plenty that nro fair to look
upon, rlghtmlnded nnd talented enough to bo nuy
inounrch'D quoen, nnd If this bo a culluio quost
an well as a longing ot tho hem t thoro can bo
uo quoBtton ot money In tho nffulr, no bargain
f)f gold for a tltlo, for Slam Is ono of tho richest
Of (ho littio kingdoms ot tho world nnd her sov
ereign holds by the right of possession legal
(lib to about evorythlug woith having In his
Uutlro stnto If this then bo a qucBt of tho roynl
girl, IiIh maJOHly could iimke no hotter choice
(bun ono ot tho liuo Apieilcan nobility, mnny
at whoso dnughlers aro already serving in slmllnr
Jbsltlono of trust nnd responsibility wllli rnro
distinction and dignity, though as co-uilers over
When tho writer was a child he lomomborsi
lielng taken by tho hand by King Mongkut, VnJI
liwudh'o grandfather, and bolng led Into tho
lilng's favorlto room his Amoilcnn room. On
ho walls woro rows ot poitraltB of tho piosldents
of tho United StntoB. They woro not good Hko
' noweoB -Bomo ot thorn but thoy woio tho host
filB mttlvo artist could make from tho photo
graphs and other pictures his majesty had so
cured. Thoy wcro all thoro, however, nnd In
ordor, from Washington to the mlor nt that tlmo
"I ftm vory fond of America," said his mnjosty,
as ho cloB(jd thu door, "vory fond. And some
day wo uro to bo unltod."
Wan IhiB a propheoy, that. uttProd n halt con
(ury ago, Is to bo fuinilod by tho mnrriugo of his
grandson to nn Amoriean?
Old King Mongkut patterned his policy of
Ylghtooua rule" as cloboly after tho principles
found in tho Declaration of Indepondonco ns ho
dared and remain on tho throne ot his father.
Ills nou, King Ghulnlongkorn. never coasod to
turnout that he was not permitted to boo tho
jjromlsod land of Amorlou. Ills multiplicity of
wives and his desire to bring moro than ono
wllh lilm on his olllclal Ylslt caused a coldness
In Washington diplomatic circles that damped
liln ardor at tho tlmo nnd he Insisted upon hla
non making a special offoit "to visit tho United
Rlalo.'i and porsoiinlly meet tho pieBldent ot tho
fjroat country of which your grandfather was so
fond and which I hnvo boon unnblo to soo."
There have nlways existed tho moat cordial
rotations between those two diametrically op
liosod govornmonts tho most despotic and tho
most domocrntlc. Franco has bullied her Asiatic
otbore; Uio doEcondnrtt ot u lino of prlncos dat
ing back to a tlmo whon Kgypt was In her In
fancy nnd before Grooco was born; ho, tho Illus
trious, tho Invincible, Tho dlvluo muster of tho
Immortal bouIs, haB played football nt ltugby,
"friend" Slam Into giving up a very largo por
tion ot her noitheastor.n territory and has been
watching for more than a half century for u
ripo opportunity to turn tho entiio kingdom into
n French dependency; and England, on the south,
is guarding hor Malayan peninsula with moio
and moro skill and caro, hoping for her chanco to
squeeze her neighbor into a hole and thon to
extricate her at tho price of some of tho adjacent
land belonging to the lord of tho white elephant.
America nlono ot the tlueo most influential na
tions In southern Asia haB never sought for con
n.mat nf lnmi nr for onlclnl emolument for favors
i.iiHi. nresent or future Her Stars and Stripes
om cnpltal One of tho most beautifully situated
cities in southern Asia, stretching down on both
sides of tho Manam river, and sumptuously pio
vlded with cool gardens, btoad highways and
inviting pailcs, nuddha's city is as cosmopolitan
as n united Now York, Moscow and Uudapost.
On her street, nnd her waterways for Unngkok
is tho Venice of tho east nnd Is provided with
moro canals than roadways are to be seen
Amorlcans and Chinese, English ladles nnd
for tho last three-quarters of a century have French cavaliers, German barons and Russian
floated from tho masthead of tho Amoriean con- " diplomats Malays, Abysalnlans, I'arthlans and
!.. mwiiaiiiiiinfi nmlil .ill the voxatious rivui- I UrKS
rlos for political and territorial gain which have
obstinately come to the suifnco with great regu
larity some ot which hao been referred to
Undo Sam's lesklent deputy for settlement.
So it would ccopi that If tho king of Slam
woro to ninrry an American ho would bo but fol
lowing his political nnd social predilections and
would bo endeavoring to bind Btlll closer the
bonds of friendship nnd real brotherly affection
that have hold thiough the reigns of his two lm
modlato foiebeais Mongkut nnd Chulalongkom
Hut thoro la a better reason than this for his
preference Vujlrnvudli is not only n very inde
pendent but pre-eminently a piactical person, and
htiB often opejily admired tho independent and
practical young American women whom ho has
mot both In Euiopo and hero. A man ot ti onion
dons onergy and Utility himself, ho has natural
ly looked for the same oharnctorlBtlca In tho
women whom ho has admired enough to make
hla companions, and has found thorn In the
women of Amurlcn In a moro pronounced degroe
than In tho womon of any other country In the
world. Among his own Sinmoso ladles nro ex
amples ot some of the most beautiful ot croa
turos. Thoy uio Blender and small boned; thoy
cany thomsolvos with oxuulslto grnce; their eyoa
aro largo and luminous and nro half covered with
heavy lids and long, silken lashes; tholr voices
lire low and tholr hands and foot ttuly Andalu
slim. Thoy nro compnnlonablo and slondfast nnd
make Ideal wlvos and mothers, and, taken col
lcctlvoly, llfty or a hundrod of them will combine
to plonso almost any husbnnd prororably a sybn
lite Hut tlio presont rulor ot tholr kingdom Is
looking for a wlfo nnd not a haroni, and unloss
ho chungoB fiom tho manner ot man ho hna
shown hlniBolf to bo In other nmttorB pnitnlnlng
to hlmsulf mid to his lulo he will select and ob
tain thu girl of his choico and will make hor tho
most envied bride nnd the happiobt quoen of the
She will be the biide oi a good looklntt oung
man of thlity-throe, who In n graduate of Oxford
and Holdolbeig. n charming conversationalist and
a speaker ot and n writer In many European ns
well iib ninny Aslntlo laugungoB a writer of pioue
nnd pootry, of Action and phlloeoph) a good
horsomnn, n fencer to be foaied. a lovor of sport
and a tlroleaa woiker, with exquisite tasto as to
oxtornnlB as woll as hi mntterB poitalnlng to the
mind. Gonorous and loving by nnturo and with
an unlimited pocketbook to satisfy tho desires
of himself and bis bolovod, King Vajlravudh
seems to have tho making of tho Ideal IniBband
nnd lovor, as woll as an energetic and wlso rulor
ot his kingdom.
Geographically Ilnngkok Is usunlly consldeiod
aa far removod from llroadway ns Is Mais from
tho Metropolitan, but thoio aro compensations
for oven tho lack of opera In this charming enst-
Ever since the days of King Mongkut thoro has
been a delightful colony of European nnd Ameri
can society In tho capital. King Chulalongkom,
with his many years spent on tho continent, en
couraged tho sending of somo of Europe's best
diplomatic timber to his Ilttlo "Paris or tlio
South" and fostered tho Intercourse botween his
natlvo princesses and tho foreign hostesses, and
King Vnjlraxudh Is stimulating In every way tho
mingling of tho races within his renlm. Thero
aro halt a dozen clubs In a radius of a few miles
from tho pnlaco, all with moro or less activity
of a social nature, nnd springing from them and
from tho embassies, from the increasing foreign
population nnd the nilstocracy of tho native gen
try thoro has arisen a laigo cultured community
in Slam's capital, a community that noeds a lead
er. And who can do thoso gracious honors with
moro dignity thnn tho sovereign's quoen!
Uut thoio Is far more than all this that tho
"King of Slam" la looking for In tho American
wife far moio than oven tho leadership ot tho
most cultured act in tho kingdom. Vajlravudh
hns stupendous ideas for his country and its poo
pie, and already (In loss than two years slnco
ho sot tho crown of Slum upon his head) ho has
had tlmo to show ot what stuff kings nro mado.
The loported rebolllon and roputed uprising ot
lopubllcnnlsm he hnltod with a word; tho wishes
of his late fathor In affairs of state unci religion
hnvo boon carried out; ho has levlsod whoro re
vision Hoemed boat and has mndo now whoro
the old could no longer sorve; ho has chosen
wlso counsellors and has pressed many now mon
Into new positions; himself joung, he has drawn
about him tho youth of tho kingdom tho now
mlnlBtor nt Washington, Prlnco Trtadoa Prabandh,
Is only thirty nnd, Hko hla majesty, a graduato
from an English unlvorsltj and ho has planned
nnd put Into execution seemingly Impossible Im
provements, from tlio laws on tho stntuto books
to tho trivialities of everyday living. Altogether
ho Is n porsonnllty to lm wntohed, ono upon
whom already aro focussed tho oyoa ot both tho
oast and tho west.
Vajlravudh la tho flrbt Aalatlo ruler to havo
studied In western bchoolp Numberless Japan
ese and ChlnoBO of high rank havo boon wel
comed to tho educational centers of Europe and
Amerlcn, but novor boforo has a ciown prlnco
.or budding omporor been allowed to mingle with
tho rough nnd ready westerner. Vnjlravudh, tlio
king ot kings, head of tho most ancient emplro
of the onrtli, ho, who In his supreme rulershlp
holds rights and prlvllogos witblioldon from all
crossed Bwords with tlio daredevils at Holdolborg,
drilled as a private at Sandhurst and won his
spurs In competitive thosos against tho brainiest
of Ililtlshors nt Oxford.
This la tho man who, nccordln& to rumor, Is
Booking nn American wlfo to aid Win Jn his rule!
North Platte, Neb. The last large
tract of Nebraska government land
was parceled out by Undo Sam Tues
day, when a drawing for 538 homea In
tho Nebraska national forest reserve
situated near this city and tho Nio
brara military reservation was hold
Nebraska and Missouil citizens woro
among tho most fortunate, although
Iowa and South Dakota had a share In
the glory. One Chicago man wns
among the favored and CoJorado wan
represented by several names among
tho first 200 drawn. .Marvin Tritch
of Kirksvlllo, Mo., was the fortunato
man who drew number one. Ho will
havo to pay the government about
$1,100 for tho quarter section he
chooses, but, valuations as high as
$15,000 already have beon placed on
the 160 .acres he will be entitled to
Following nro the names of thoso
Nebraskans who woro fortunato In so-
"urlng some of tho more valuablo
1 Monln Tiltch. Kliksvlllc. Mo.
2 rthur Sti-onil)trtf, KtiunislutrK.
3 tJInik S Itejnoltls. Loup City.
5 Ilnr'B Dufrft. Cotuiiibun.
fi Pdell Ctousp. Niiponoo.
7 aiIi.ti Krjuktmii. Omaliri.
8 Jnlm Jflilcr, Oimlbon.
fl Jim Vnkoc. Vordlfcrp.
11 I"). a Smith. Fiiltmont.
12 Eilfrar N. OaN. Cozuil.
lfi i:. W Ilrown. Herslipv.
1" Huilicrt J. Mm tow Collcso View
IS C. O. Halm, I.ewellen.
10 Krert" Hirta. Jr., North Loup.
20 jUhcit II. Ciittou. Noith Platte.
21 John H. Wutz StapliUoji.
2.' Wllllnm Mcaoncgal, Mnson City.
23 H. IX Palmer. Arnpnlino.
24 Ocoiko A'Ncrs, llroknn Uo
23 Cora Anderson, Sutherland,
2(i Oeo. T. TaUor, Wulhacli.
2S Geo. 11. 'Wilson. Oshkosh.
ns Sutton II Martin, Ilroken Tioif.
34 T. AV Lmnbrecht, Sparks.
35 Hershcy Sherliek, W'citervllle.
37 W. II Mason, Lontf Pine,
3S AllKiist Kl.mse. I lncohl.
39 Von IX Uniitt, Oninhn.
41 It. D. Woile, Stookllle.
13 It. W, Ciwn Rarflcld.
41 John I. mill). Ad.iini
45 Mnty N Doudlntf. l'.illsado.
40 I. 'I. A. Si'dcnnn, North Loup.
47 M II. MpAuIIITp. Stprllnp.
40 Uertha That lccl. Kiunklln.
r,l Victor Hauls. LoomlM.
53 r. AV. Amlipsen, MeCoolc.
r" Axel Sund, Onialm.
r,C M. D. Spprry. HuiKctt.
C9 rr.ink CuitoII. Muson City.
fil A. M. Gthit. Uushvilli.
62 AndiPW McKlhlnnej, Jliudon.
03 Sutniiel (iilison, Om.ilui. ,
fi4 Morris AVhlte. Om.ili.i.
m rimrlcB AV. Pool Ivlncoln.
07 ltu'Dh lliooki. -Klluoie.
nx Avmiain II. lllnck Indlniiotn.
6a Clara AValker IAIN), Nortli Platte.
70 Lpo Clnlsninn. Ilroken Bow.
71 . L,. Uolte. Snjdor.
73 -Joshua II. AWlister, Crnwf'd. .
74 raw anl AV. Hutchison. Omaha.
7." - Union Kruis-, AlPrna.
7fi -Anton NpIsou, Jtason City.
77 KtliPl Ui'ldlniT, Iltuwell.
71 Johh Donnellj, Sehujlcr.
80 1'eiry Foster, Analey. .
82 Uert Scdatn, Park.
S3 I Illlo A. Fix (Miss). Wllber.
S4 Sam A. Cnmbllu, Iitudy.
85 N. C ItoborlHon, O?ceolu.
S7 l.ulu M. .Tones, llioken Dow.
8S Ja-nca ITiiiiiou, Dnrna.
90 ltiidnlph Kionzcr. 1lm Crpolc.
11 F. O Fil7ze.ll, Silver 'Clock.
92 I.. II. Nelman, CuitW.
93 Frank I. Holm, Loonils. -
14". J. McKeiivtr. Iluhliell.
95 vno Kennev. AVood River.
"B Call Moore, Trjon.
J7 Henry Riamussen. AA'llIow Island
DS John Sherman. Napor.
99 Kmll Soler, Jinrtata, , .
100-GeorKe T. Il'umntin, Gmnd Island
t0j Cluster AV, CI nk. riyniouth.
103 Gustavo A. Schmidt. Richland.
104 Otto J. Stu lb, N'owton.
105 l,Udwlck Larson. Brady.
10U II. I... ralge, U-uennn.
107-P. P. Filler, Eddyvllle.
10S J. I,. lliiBor, Wtchlleld
110 II.-E. Flotrhrr. Schuyler.
Ill Chas. 1. AVorthlnKton, Omaha.
112 A Ij Real, AiiHley.
in AV. n. l.lkens. Osall.iln.
114 M. J Kilmer, AVestein.
115 S. Losey, Nnponre
11R Mabd Mould. Omaha.
120 Alfred AValton, Smlthlleld.
121 John Crawlov. AVellllnot,
1J Edward C. Milter. Ord.
123 F. A. Marshall, Omaha.
125 Charlen E. Bennett Alliance.
12!! Ben C. D.iis, MndlHou.
12711. J. A'onnir, Snilthtleld.
'K August Rnsmusnpn. Hampton.
129-Alike Klr.ichner, Aroadla.
ISO Chailcy nntiHton. I.lncoln,
lMAVIlllnm I. Green, Hay Springs.
112 Harold Deinaree, Olilunn.
I'd John Soveilu, Gretim.
11, HokhIo f.lnk, Stuait.
1-C llerliprt A IMtrlek, Dunning.
137--Roy PatlPJHon, Farnam.
1 "9 Prod IT Deal. Iinvenpoit.
141 .T V Ilenhett, EdKui.
Hi Frank Batllc. Blue IIIH.
HJ I . R Mes-erHiultli. Farnam.
141Krank Popple, AVtell.
14-AVin. Stalmke. Glenlllc.
14S Churles A. Mitchell I MXlllBtOp.
lr.n Eri'eRt SanBP. Ruh1iI11p.
15I--J. AV RlniNUU. Mawm City.
152 Ro M. AVlntcrx, Coad.
lul AVIHIam M Boyni, Mnonln.
1S4A E NuKilttock Grnml Island
l-,-Kied Schneider, A'unt Point.
159- V II Cnrtlx, BaaMHtt.
1K0 O I.. Salisbury, Omaha.
162 Chan J Eilckson Sutton.
163 AV. E Hopkins, Fainam.
181 Albeit Cuitla Anliton.
105 I, A. Snvder, Herphey.
lhfi Michael Mulchuy, Greeloy.
ir.7 H E AUIngton. Oietnn.
1R8 Ellsuiliotli C Andrew, Mason City.
lfi'l 15 E AVrlRht. Read.
170 William It Pendleton. Omaha.
172 John D.ixlil Broken B'nv.
171 AVIIhert O Bontlev. Qinnd Islnnd.
17fi E IT. Ploinon, Miller
177 GeorRO litukei, St Edward.
178 -Nuiiev H Taylor, Atnswortli.
179 John AV. Grosae, A'onun.
180 II. A Peternan. St Paul.
181 lit it R Freeman. Mllborn.
18j-Ruth Cook I.owoll.
1S4 i: O AVhlto Foster.
185 novum! Vnuahn. PIjsko".
180 -.Toe AVuJok. Noith Platte.
ice C T. Hon Ih I.mirel.
1S9 11 S Mulvany. Manon City.
190- Mavma Tlioiupton Alma.
191 O II Ellis. I.i wellen
jo7chas. Wlilpplt", Milldalo.
15-V n HrcMjks. Calnpbell.
I'i9 (Icorno R Mcl'irlund, Falls City.
200 Jay Mellloce. Ill idoii,
201 I.loyd M Ronerx Haselock.
20J T. A. Bnols. Bioken Bow.
203 K E AViwlft. LuNliiKton.
205 AV J Uinard. PlalnIow.
20C P P Sea. Keiiny.
207 V I, O'Connor, Uronm.
;os EuKene .lohusoii. Ontlienbur-r.
201 A'n hlmoii, Kearney.
210 llnri RoheriH, St. Mbory.
211 O 1,, AIIku. lC'arny.
211' 1' St'itts, Millar.
3U F n Simon. 1 1 real Inn-
!14 J D Cioulmr Bltett.
21KIHe lrkrt. Cidbit)ii.
2ir, .lohii S. Rkv Kiiponee
St7 Krneat J. G. I'to. Gothenburg.
218 P. A B. i(anfay.
So.-vntnn Walllimer. stwRrt.
JJl J V. Spumsler Lincoln.
"k . '
A man who hoped and did not mote,
AA'lth lonir nnd tnnsled hair,
Sat In his little cabin door
And lightly laughed nt enre.
Day after day ho duns to hope,
Tho winds blew fair nnd 111;
Ho used no wntor and no soap.
Ills hair grew longer still.
Ills cabin soKged n ion ml ono
His shoes fell from his feet.
He sat alone, without a friend,
But still found hoping sweetl
At last the wnl! fell In, ono day
And crushed him where he sat;
Another, passing, heard him say:
"I'd not expected that."
Tho man who hopes may be set one,
AVIth ne'er a fear or Mutter;
llopo is a staff on which to lean,
But 'tis not bread and butter.
Too Much to Forgive.
"la there anything In your paat,"
asked tho girl's father, "that you havo
endeavored to havo suppressed? Come,
I want tho Aholo truth. If you Ho
to mo now I sliall find you out. 1 shall
hire detectives ito hunt up your rec
ord, nnd any deceit that you practlco
Avlll be considered sufficient to keep
you out of my family."
"Well," tljo young man replied,
"thero Is ono thing. I had hoped I
should not be compelled to confess it,
but I am going to tell all and throw
mysolf upon your mercy. 1 onco
started to get rich by lalsing chick
ens." Of course the hard-hearted old man
turned him down after that.
Anotlfer Special Interest.
"Why hnvo you suddenly changed
your attitude on this reciprocity mat
ter? You used to bo strong for a re
duction of tho tariff on foodstuffs."
"I know, but I understand that It
will bo posslblo to bring eggs acroa3
the border freo If wo havo Canadian
"Yes. Aren't you in favor of cheap
"Not by a long shot. Wo ltnve thirty
hens now, and aro selling a dozen eggs
a week to our neighbors. This whole
proposition is an outrage."
A CHANGE NECESSARY.
"Say," said the
senior member of
firm, "we'll havo
to change the title
of that book on
w o'r o bringing
"Why? It scorns to mo that 'Con
quering tho Air is a striking tltlo and
ono that will make tho book sell."
"Yes; but tho author has Just boon
killed owlug to tho fact that ho and
his aeroplane fell In front of a freight
Couldn't Stand It.
"I hear that old Squeedgum has de
cided to move out of that dingy placo
In which ho has lived so long. I
auppoao ho finally had to yield to tho
encroachments of business."
"No, It wasn't that. Thoy estab
lished n bank next door and it was
broaklng his heart to seo pcoplo tak
ing monoy In there every day Instead
of bringing it to him."
Don't Overlook Your Chance.
Gather jo losebuds whllo jo may,
Old Tlmo Is still ft.flylnsr.
And this samo llower thai smiles today
Tomoriow shall bo Ulng.
Have up a bit of your change today,
Tlmo keeps light on un'oldlng,
And by tomorrow somo other may
Possess the Job you'ro holdlui;.
Business and Pleasure.
Tho man who makes his business a
pleasuro is likely to llvo a good deal
longer nnd Get a good deal farthor
than tho man who makes his ploasuro
A woman who roally IreaseB only
to ploaso hor husband generally makes
It possible fpr him to wear protty
good clothos, too.
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