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Mo Historical Socfcy
NORTH PLA1TE, NEB., MAY 1, 19 W.
Cadet Encampment to
be at Gothenburg.
Arrangements have been made for
the cadet encampmont of the high
school boys to bo held this year at the
same place it has been held for the past
Hoven years. The citizens of that city
have already extonded a cordial invita
tion to the high school boys to camp
there and they have accepted. The boys
will leave here on the morning of May
22d,' and will spend five days in camp,
returning in time for the graduation
Principal C G. McGrew, who is com
mandant of the company, will accom
pany them and while they are away
they will live in regular camp stylo.
About forty-five boys aro expected to
go and thoy are anticipating a fine
time. The equipment has been ordered
from Fremont to be shipped to Gothen
burg. The boys will hold a rifle practice
thore and they will also hold some sham
battles. These two features will be the
main part of the routine.
Following are the instructors that
have been engaged for Jthe Junior
Normal: Sunt. Wiison Tout, principal;
Supt. Arthur Nichols of Gibbon, Supt.
J. A. True of Cozad, Supt. Frank
Smith of Brady, Miss Thea Hansen of
North Platte, Principal Roy Gates of
Blair, Supt. T. E. E. Monroe of Shel
ton. County Superintendent Cleo R.
Chappell will be registrar. The classes
will bo held in the high school building
and the tuition fee for the entire term
is $2. A number of people have also
inquired in regard to enrolling and a
large number is expectod.
Wanted Girl for general housework.
Mrs. W. H. McDonald, 407 "West
Fifth street. 29-2
Miss E. E. Hamilton R. N., will leave
the first of the week for Chicago where
she has accepted a position.
ThoM.M. M. club will be enter
tained Tuesday afternoon by Mrs.
Harry Kelly on East Fourth street.
A fine two story eight room resi
dence, barn and two lots, 120 West
Twelfth street. Can be bought for a
fraction of value and paid for in small
monthly payments. For prices and
'terms apply to Mutual Building &
Loan Association. 29-4
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morning from Paxton where they had
been on official business. They btought
with them four men whom they ar
rested after u hard fight in u box car.
The men refuse to give their names
and claim to have come from the coal
fields in Colorado where they wore
thrown out of work on ncconnt of the
recent labor troubles.
When arrested the men were hidine
! in a box car in the Union Pacific yards
at Paxton. Considerable merchancise
has been missed from cars at thru place
and the detectives went up to investi
gate the matter. They were working
in the yards about midnight and dis
covered a car on which the seal had
been broken, Several boxes of mer
chandise were scattered around and tho
men heard voices in the car. After a
short deliberation they decided to rush
tho car and were confronted by four
men who at once began a fullisade of
bottles and other missies. After a
hard fight in which the detectives were
obliged to club their guns, they suc
ceeded in overpowering the men and
brought them to this city where they
were lodged in jail. The men are hard
lookers, osdecially two of them, and
they will be held, here pending un investigation.
Hearing of Henry Gcise
The hearing of Henry Geise before
the state board of pardons was
held yesterday afternoon at Max
well and was attended by a large number
of friends Mr. Geise. The hearing was
conducted by John Yeiser, president of
the state board of pardons and the
afternoon was spent with examining
witnesses and taking affidavits. After
the hearing Mr. Yeiser came to this city
to get evidence for and against Mr.
Gie"se to decide whether or no he should
return to the penitentiary to serve out
his sentence from which he is out on
Mr. Yeiser will get what information
he can from here and any one atill has
the privilege of submitting affidavits
and evidence for or against Mr. Geise.
Judge Grant and Attorney William
Beatty appeared at tho hearing for Mi.
Geise and Attorney J. G. Beeler
appeared for the Btate.
The First Series o
Monday, May 4th,
in the evening at the
This is the first of a series that
Lucille Love Grace Cunard
Hugo Loubeque Francis Ford
Gen'l SumpterLove E. M.Keller
Lieut. Gibson Harry Schumm
The Cracksman Butler.. Ernest Shields
The Aviator Eddie Boland
In the opening drama Lucille takes a
hazardous trip in a hydroplane in an at
tempt to save the honor of her father
and her lover. Loubeque and Love,
Lucille's father, were cadets in West
Point and both loved the same women.
Loubeque was expelled from school for
theft and Love was the principal wit
ness against him and thus wins the
Loubeque then educates himself in
an attempt to avenge himself. He
becomes an international spy as he
knows this will give him his opportunity
when Love gets into office.
After many years Love is stationed
in Manilla, where he lives with his
only daughter, who is engaged to marry
Lieut. Gibson. Loubeque has hired
Love's butlar to plav thy part of
cracksman for him. Lucille takes
the telephone down one morning in time
to hear Loubeque and tho butler in
conversation about some valuable pa
ners that havo beon stolon and blamed
on Gibson, Loubcquo is leaving on a
ship and Lucille attemps to reaeh this
ship by hydroplane and secure the
papors and thus savo tho honor of her
father and her lover. '
SEUIKS no, 2
In the second series Lucillo make a
sensational landing on board the ship
from the hydroplance. LouDequo then
notices for the first time he is tollowed
-by Lucille's resomblance to her mother,
his first lovo. Loubeque then sends out
a wireless message telling that Love is
a traitor, and that he sold the papers.
Ho then destroys tho wireless apparatus
and in so doing Is seriously injured.
Lucille volunteers to nurse him and
thoy are soon friends, but she cannot
find the papers. A firo breaks out and
Loubeque acoidentallyreveals tho hid
ing place of the papers and Lucille gets
them during the excitement. Loubeque
discovers the loss and suspects Lucille
but she gets away bofpro he can inter
cept her. The boat she is in capsizes
and she floats ashore on a piece of the
wreckage where she regains ronicious
neis. only to find .nerself a castaway on
one of tho South Seji Isl ands. Here
'the second series closes.
Says General Hall
A letter received here yesterday by
Oren E Garrison from Adjutant Gen
eral P. L. Hall announces that the con
ditions of affairs at Mexico are much
more serious than the newspapers arc
picturing, according to the department
of war. He asked that the company
be organized hero by Saturday in order
that they may be given a place in the
new Sixth regiment. Eight companies
have already been mustered into the
regiment and several other towns are
attempting to get a place.
He also instructed that the company
here be ready for mobilization at any
time the call should come. He stated
that the ordere he received were en
tirely confidental and that the depart
ment was attempting to avoid war and
to keep down any undue enthusiasm
among tho citizens.
Thirty-five man have already mus
tered into the company here, but fifty
eight are required before the company
can muster into the regiment. C. C.
Kalleumof Gothenburg wns in the city
last evening in conference with tho
local men and announced that he could
get a number of men from that place
to muster in with the North Platte
conpany. As soon as tne men are mus
tered in a recruiting officer will be sent
hero to prepare them for mobilization.
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SALE BEGINS SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1914.
We will offer al! o our Ladies' Suits at the following prices:
All $30 and $33
All $22.60 and
All $15 $18.80 and
$18 Suits at
All $12.50and 13.50
jL During this sale we will also sell all of our Spring
X'? Coats, Silk and Wool Dresses at Discount of Twenty
L Five Per Cent off regular price.
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j Craft" make and many other good brands at lower prices than were ever, known at this time of the .$5
season. There is a good assortment oi colors and sizes, so don t delay. Come early while the stock
is at its best.
LAWKS' OUTFITTING- STORE. . ... .&
The annual Rabekah district meeting
that was held here yesterday was
largely attended by the local member'!
and by delegates from tho other towns
jn the district. About one hundred and
twenty-five delegates from other towns
attended and a fine meeting was re
ported. The day was spent with two
programs of nddresses and musical
numbers by the Rebekahs and dinner
and supper were aerved to the dolegates
at the hall.
In the evening the nrogiam was
given by the 1. 0. O. F. and it was
very good. Dean J. J. liowker deliv
ered a fine addresses and a good musi
cal program was also rendered The
Patriarchs Militant appeared in uni
form and had charge of the presenta
tion of the jewels. Twenty-five year
jewels were presented to three
Tho baseball game which was to havo
been played this afternoon between
the North Platte and Cozad high school
teams has been called oft' by the Cozad
manager, from now on there wjll
probably be no athletic events botweon
these two aggregations. Tho trouble
arose over the contesting of Husband
as pitcher, the Cozad men classing him
as a professional One of their best
pitchers is a professional and was dis
qualified last fall in lontball and they
wore seemingly afflicted with a case of
pedalitis frigiditis in contemplating
going against Husband without their
Speaking of the Domestic Vacuum
Cleaner, Miller & Paine, the well known
Lincoln department Btore owner say:
"We consider the Domestic tho best
value we havo found in a hand operated
vacuum cleaner. Its slurdy construe
tion, ease of operation and general
efficiency appeals to our customers. It
has given perfect satisfaction." The
Domestic cleaner is sold by Mrs. M. V.
Mitchell, Phone Red 104. 28-3
The Lincoln county Women's Suffrage
society will hold a meeting Monday
evening, May 4th, in the library build
ing for the purpose of drafting a reso
lution to be sent to Washington, D. C,
to bo read at the meeting May 9th of
the national convention. A good at
tendance is desired at this meeting as
there is other important business to be
transacted. A program has been pre
pared for this meeting and an interest
ing tune is anticipated.
A good crowd attended the play
"The Miller's Daughter" that was
given Wednesday at Sutherland by th
local homestead of American Yeomen.
The house was packed despite the in
clement weather and the local people
were accorded a fin reception and
were invited to return at a later date.
Christian Science Society Sunday
11:00 a. m. Subject "Everlasting Pun
ishment." Sunday school 12 m., K. P.
hall Dewey street.
6 room house, modern except heat.
202 So. Dewey street.
4 room house six blocks from cen
ter of town.
28-2 J. C. Hollman, Agent.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred I.rt" h . hs
their guest Mrs. J. H. Davisof Lammio
and nit". E. Forsythe of Ogalulla.
Thep will bu among tho attendants at
the .May Party thin owning.
Elegant residence lots in west end of
town cheap for cash. Phone 29'. tf
Dr. J. W. Fetter of Hrady, was a
professional visitor in this city Wednes
day, The North Platte Laundry, the Laun
dry of Quality. tf
Mrs. W. H. McDonald has returned
from a visit in Omaha and Kansas City.
Good big work horse 7 years old,
see Macey, 7 miles east of North Plattp,
near Gannett. tf
In Letters Of Fire
llie warning is all the time written,
calling upon the uninsured to take out
a policy on thelrproperty boforeit in to
late. Wo call upon you now, if your
home, your office, store or factory is
not insured against fire. Do not delay
another day. Let us write you a policy
in u good Company und you will then
feel that n great responsibility is taken
off your shoulders.
The liteiary department of the Twen
tieth Century dub was entertained
Tuesday afternoon ntthe home of Mrs.
George Zentmeyer and a nice program
was riven. The program consisted o)
a biographical sketch of J. Sterling
Mortonyiy Mrs. J. H. 1'osoy, a papi r
on Tho National Wonders of Amer.ca
by Mrs. W. W. Cumming and a pHr
on Jhe Observance ot Arbor u i .
written by Mrs. Walker and rej-1 I
Mrs. Forbes. The society will mi . : u
two weeks with Mrs. Frank Iiucliunan.
The Indian card club were entertaim d
Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. Alii "ii
Wilcox at the home of Mrs. J. W .
Payne. A delightful afternoon w a
enjoyed playing card3 and a nice lun h
eou was served.
Lost, at district meeting yesterday
n small pendant from La Vallier. ruoy
set in center. Valued because of
associations. Reward for return to
Mr. and Mrs. Michnel McFadden re
turned to this city yesterday for their !
wedding trip of several days in the eatt.
They visited as far east as Ohio, and
stopped at many interesting points
between here and that place.
Attorney E. H. Evans left last even
ing for Hastings to spond a short time
looking after some matters of legal
Supt. Tout and Supt. Snyder will
participate in the program at the Social
Club at the Platte valley school house
Mrs. ClaraJichola, of Grand Island.
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
Lawhead, and will attend the May
Party this evening.
The Junior class of tho high school
will hold an exchange of cakes, n1
cookies, etc, at the Schntz l
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i frH ' Make It New
The first !ma! dt mm vtratmn of the
now Edison !intophnne will oi- given
at the Keith Theatre, Maj 4 and 5.
The performance will show tho device
is everything that has been snid of it,
Uio sounds coining from the mouths of
the actors in perfect harmony with the
movement of tho lips and tho accom
panying gestures, nnd with such
distinctness that tho words can he heard
in every corner of tho theatre. You
must fee these taking machines to be
lleve them and to know that tho old
master, Thomas A. Edison, has scored
one more, and scored heavily too.
Thero are aro no two ways about it
the talking plcturo must be seen to be
25c and 50 cents
'V floor thut is shiined or worn, u shabby old piece of
luimture, a chair thai you waul to change lrom oak lo
mahogany finish, or a table that has been marred and
scratched. You can make them like new or make them
match the balance of your furnishings with
Don't be afraid to try your hand. We will help you
with free books "Home Decorating" and the Acme Quality
Painting Guide Book.
Ask for these books when you call at our store. They
wm ten you wnai umsnes 10 use to secure the results
want and how they should be used.
DUKE & DEATS, Agents.
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