The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, June 18, 1915, Image 1

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No. 43-
It is Because I Sel
4.00 and $5.00 Shoes for
I Have Your Size
$5 $2.95
I Fit All Feet. p
In this shop you will find all of the season's newest novelties: Peg
gy Pumps, Coloruals, The Annette, Lace Oxfords with colored
quarters, Baby Dolls, Strap effects in Vici, Dull Kid, Bronze
and Patent Kid.
Over twenty styles in White and Black and White. All sizes and
widths. My Price
"- $2.45 and
Why pay $4.00 and $5.00
1st Door 1 -South
Keith Theatre.
Do not be deceived. I sell genuine "Goodyear" welts in Gun Met
tal, Box Calf, Velour Calf, Tan Calf, Patent and Vici Kid. I
have them in all the new patterns and lasts, English, Hi-Toes,
Straight Lasts, Etc., rubber'and leather soles. Remember, they
are all standard makes and every pair guaranteed, and the
price is not $4.00 and $5.00, but
$2.45 and $;2..95
North Rlatte,
BIG OltOWJI at Tin:
The boosters' rally at the tabernacle
building last evening was attended
by Ave or six hundred, quite a num
ber of whom were ladles and while a
number of business men who should
have been there were not nevertheless
the meetilng was a representative gath
ering of those who favor boosting
North" Platte. The cornet band kind
ly donated its services, and rendered
several selections on the streets and
several in the building. As a program
opener the Yeoman drill team in their
natty uniforms gave the manual of
I arms, the stage being too small to per
f mlt of drill movements. J
i The speaker for the occasion was
John L. Kennedy, of Omaha, former
congressman from the Omaha district,
an old-time resident of that city, and
ono who has given freely of his time
and monoy for the advancement of
. the Nebraska metropolis. Secretary
Temple, of the Chamber or Commerce,
had written the Omalia Commercial
Club, asking if they could send us a
sneaker for this occasion, anu Air
Kennedy was sent, his expenses being
borne by the Omaha organization. Mr.
Kennedy was introduced by President
Secberger, of the Chamber or com
merce, and gave the most practical
talk along the line of civic Improve
ment and town boosting that the epo
ple of North Platte havo over heard.
During the day Mr. Kennedy had been
driven over the city and through tho
country surrounding the town and-lur-ing
this drlvo he, with keen discern
ment, noticed some of our lame points
as well as good features. He was
therefore In position to talk upon local
conditions, and among tho phases con
sidered was the exclusion of dump
ing grounds along tho highways and
the beautifying of the city, tho need
of naved streets, tho necessity or nev
ter drainage, the need of a hotel, which
ho understood was soon to bo erected,
the nroner advertiseng of the city in
order to bring additional people here,
and to attract the establishing or m
dustrles suitablo to the country. To
secure these ends there must be an or
ganization such as the Chamber of
Commerce, and that organization must
bo backed by the people, not only by
their moral sunnort but financially as
well. North Platte had a splendid fu
ture, but the town would always bo
just as thecltlzens made it. All tho
people should .have fc.Mli in tho town,
it should not be "my" town, but "our"
As a matter of Interest to the wholo
state. Mr. Kennedy favored the develop
mont of tlietwater power of the Platte
and Loup rivers, and tho making of
the Missouri river a navigable stream.
. Mr. Kennedy's talk was a practical
one, and unquestionably he scattered
seeds that will germinate and grow.
creating a greater "booster" spirit.
Tho president then introduced Miss
Annie Kramph, who spoke on local
conditions In her customary expressive
way; the need of a publicity fund, and
also touched on tho subject which ap
peals to her so strongly and should to
all of us a greater recognition of
our boys and girls, who will bo the
men and women of tomorrow.
Secretary Temple followed with a
UiJk on the! membership campaign
and the publicity fund, and following
his remarks donations to the publicity
fund were solicited. The amount sub
scribed at the meeting was $1,390.
University Officials Hero Tomonnv.
Chancellor Avery, head of tho state
university, llvo of tho eight regents
of the same institution, Dean Burnett
of tho agricultural college and Prof.
Smith will visit the state sub-station
this afternoon. They will arrive on
No. 11 and probably go to Scotts Bluff
Swedish Lutheran Festival
The Swedish Lutherans of North
Platte will hold a midsummer festival
Juno 25 th at the farm of Gustaf Brant
ing, southeast of town. The party will
depart from Olson's hotel In the fore
noon at 11 o'clock. Dinner and ice
cream wll bo served at the festival. A
speech wll bo delivered by Rev.
Bescher, pastor of the Lutheran church
at Hershoy. All Scandinavians who
tfant to have a pleasant midsummer
day with us, are most cordially Invited.
Arrangements wll bo made by Mr.
Branting for passage for those who
havo nb team or automobile.
Tabernacle for County Fair
The officers of tho county agricul
tural society have mado arrangements
whereby tho tabernacle building will
bo torn down, the material moved to
tho Dillon place on on north Locust
street, and tho building re-erected as
a hall for the exhibits.
This Is the best solution of a prob
lem that has confronted the society
thatbf securing a place for holding friends In Kearnoy, having
the fair and we consider the action a city yesterday,
most excellent one.
Tlio model Thus. Ell properly. 121
west Second Street, can trade for
farm or will accent smaller property
us part pay. The chance of your life
to secure n beautiful home. See
At tho meeting of tho local chairmen
of tho B. of L. E. proto-dvo board of
the Union Pacific system, A. V. Ka
nold, of Laramie, was re-elected gener
al chairman, C. P. Tracy, of this city
re-elected secretary and W. L. Rich
ards re-elected local chairman. These
elections aro for a period of three
James Petersen, of Chappell, was a
business visitor In town Tuesday,
Whilo hero ho met L. P. Jensen of
tho Harcourt & Jensen store and dis
covered an old schoolboy chum with
whom he went to school thirty-four
years ago In Denmark and had not met
Tho Tllllkum Girls wero entertain
ed Wednesday evening at tho homo of
Misses Irene and Mario Stuart. About
twenty-five members of tho club wore
present and a very enjoyable evening
was spent In various contests, music
and a nice lunch was served.
Mr .and Mrs. Edgar Donehowcr, of
Columbus, Ohio, are guests at the
home of tho former's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. C. Donehowcr.
Hay and Alfnlfa men. I nave only a
few stuck covers left. Hurrr If you
want them. J. E. NJ8LEY,
021 Enst SeTentli' Street.
Mrs. Theresa Haldermnn and chil
dren returned Wednesday evening from
Jack Sinclair will Icavo today for
Denver to spend n few days with
A little daughter arrived at tho homo
of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Nlsloy ono day
last week.
Queen Quality Shoes and Oxfords at
Wilcox Department Store.
Henry Murray expects to leave In a
fow days for Denvor to visit with
Mrs. Chns. Burroughs
Is visiting
left for that
Mr. Colllu, expert hair manufacturer,
is located at 20S west Third street.
Switches etc. made from combings and
cut hair1. Highest prices paid for
cut hair. My work is extra fine nnd
guaranteed. Dyeing, otc, a sepeclal
ty. Call and see my work and toll your
friends. Two ladles wanted to solicit
on salary or commission. Ladles to
learn hair work also wanted.
Woolenhaupt residence, lirst door
west of Christian church. '
100 acres best hill pasture, plenty of
water, no lues, tattle and horses 'c
per head per day. ..WM. RA3ISEY,
West ot t oolitic inriti.
J. II. Posey was checked out last ev
ening as manager of tho Pacific hotel
and Is succeeded by a Mr. McDowell.
Mr. and Mrs. Posey and daughter
leave soon for Omaha, where Mr. Posey
will re-enter tho dining car service as
conductor. The departure of Mr. and
Mrs. Posey is regretted by every ac
quaintance in town.
Miss Mario McCabo returned Wed
nesday from her school at Notro Dame,
Ind. Mis McCabo won the cup as
champloirtennls player at tho school,
an honor that was also awarded her
last year. To win tho cup twlco in
succession is unusual, and is evidence
of Miss McCabo's skill as a player.
Tho Lexington Mill nnd Elevator
Co., which had been operating tho lo
cal flour mill for a number ot months,
shut down this weok,. and tho forco
went to Lexington to begin operations
In tho now mill, Tho Chamber of Com'
merco Is in correspondenco with par
ties with a view of securing somo firm
or company to opcrato the local mill.
Tho J. Y. M. club met Wednesday
aftornoon at tho homo or Mrs. T,
Christensen, 214 south Ash street. A
very pleasant afternoon was spont
and at the close enjoyable reireau
monts wero served.
Miss Smith left Wednesday at
ternoon for Iowa whoro she will make
her future homo.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgu Vroumn and
daughter Blanche returned last even
ing1 from Omaha.
Miss Hannah Young will leavo this
week for Schuyler to visit her sister
a couple of weeks.
Mrs. Loan, of Gothenburg, who vis
ited J.ier daughter, Mrs. Alox Brooks,
roturned homo yesterday.
Mrs. Marian Miller and daughter,
Alpha, left Wednesday evening for
Hershey, whero thoy will make their
Mrs. M. E. Boardmnn and children
left last evening for California whoro
she Intends to make her homo
Messrs. Clyde Cuinmlngs and Tracy
Mancer, of Cozad, spent tho first of
this week with friends In town.
Arthur McNarnmra roturned lust
evening from Omaha whero ho had
been spending a couplo of weeks.
Stamped linens and Art Good, a
largo lino to select from at Wilcox De
partment Store.
Mrs. Wiley Gllmoro, of Grand Island,
enmo up last evening to visit Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Sinclair for somo time.
Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, of GUtnor,
arrived hero last evening to visit tholr
daughtor, Mrs. Edward Luby, for a
fow dttyn.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert Baus, of In
dianapolis, who visited Mr. and Mrs.
GIddeon WInkleman Inst week, have
gone Home.
Short Stop Chllcgore, lato of Qrand
Island, spent yestorday here whilo en
route to Ogalalla to tako a position
on that team.
C. P. Tracy has bcon in Omalia this
week attending a conforonco of tho B.
of L. E. protective board and tho Union
Pacific officials.
Mrs. Geo. Cooper, who was In from
Buchanan precinct yestorday, said that
section ot tho county was lloaoded
from a rain which foil Wcdnesdny
Educator Shoes for Children at Wil
cox Department Storo.
Donald Mathers, of Glltner, visited
this week with Edward Luby.
Mr, and Mrs. Minor Morrow, of
Council Bluffs, wero called horo this
week by tho death of tho lattcr's fatti
er, (ho lato Thomas Baldock.
Mr and Mrs. C. P. Schnrmann, who
havo been hero for soveral days trans
acting business and visiting friends,
will return to Chicago today.
Mrs. Samuelsou and daughter, Mrs.
Eugono Plcard, expect to loavo about
July 10 th for California to attend tho
exposition and visit relatives.
Dr. and Mrs. W. P. Crook loturncd
Wednesday from Omaha, whoro thoy
went to look up a residence They
will soon go to Omaha to make their
Friends in town have received an
noucements of tho wedding of Lester
Schuff of Grand Island, formerly of
this city, who was married recently to
Miss Alma Etllng of Grand Island.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Paulson will leavo
Monday for Urldgoporteio make tholr
homo, tho former having nccopted a
postlon with tho telephone company at
that place.
As a result of the recent revival ser
vices, seventy persons woro taken into
tho membzcrshlp of tho Methodist
church Wednesday evening. Tho ac
cessions to tho other churches havo not
been reported,
Souvenir Spoons
State Spoon Saturday
8c, 10c, 25c STORE.