The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, September 21, 1915, Image 1
r WW- THIRTIETH YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEB., SEPTEMBER 21, L915. No. 70 i CITY -AND COUSTY NEWS Tlio Luthoran ladies will hold nn exchango at the Dorryborry & Forbes storo Saturday. Sirs. Chas. T. Wholan lof t last night for Omaha whero she will visit with friends this -weok. W. V. Hoagland wont to Lincoln last night, where- ho will argue a case In tho supremo court. Carl Ilolman goes to Lincoln today for tho purpose of arguing h case In thjj state supremo court. For Sale Hard and soft coal heat ers. Inquire of,Mr3. Jamos Hart. Buy your bakery goods at tho Luth oran oxdhango .at tho Derryberry & Forbes storo next Saturday. Girls' Dresses in nil tho hew Fall Styles, in worsteds, all wool serges and corduroys, from 98c up at BLOCK'S. BIIbs Floronce hidings will leave Friday for Byrn Mawr to attend col lege. Cy Fox and family, of Garfield, were among the out-of-town peoplo wlio visited here last week. Miss Floronce Louden, of Staploton, camo Saturday to spend the winter with relatives and attend school. It will pay you to invstlgato tho stylos at tho Parlor Milllnory boforo buying clsowhoro, ns the quality Is the best and tho prico the lowest. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Congdon nnd baby of Chicago, who havo been visiting tho foimor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Congdon, loft today. Mrs. James Flynn left tho latter part of last week for hor homestead near Oshkosh after visiting her family here. For Rent House, inquire 115 west Second or phono 722. 70-4 Dr. B. B. Baker, of Lexington, now I Boy Mnrovish, of Sutherland, was in president of a life Insurance company, j Itown last weok visiting his sister lias been spending several days in Mrs. A. J. Frazior and while bore pur- town, chased a new Overland car. Mrs. A ,B. Hongland loft last night for a visit with relatives in St. Louis, stopping enrouto in Omaha for a fow days to visit friends. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tagador, of Or leans, camo a few days ago to visit tho former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Tagader. For Ttont FurnlBheil rooms for housekeeping. Mrs. church, 414 west Third street. OStf C. S. Stewart left Saturday for Ore gon where he will accept a position as draftsman for tho Canadian Min ing Co. Bread, cakes, cookies, doughnuts and other good eatables at the Luth eran exchange next Saturday at the Derryberry & Forbes store. For Rent 14 room rooming house opposite freight depot; partly furnish ed; modern except heat. Phone black 160 or call at 51 G east Fith street. 70-3 J. J. McCarthy assumed tho duties of postmaster at Ogalalla, yesterday morning. Thus an old dtmocratic wheel horse has been given his re ward. BLOCK is doing It all right; doing what?" The Ready to Wear business of the town. You wonder why? Be cause ho has the stuff at the price wanted. Annette Kellerman will bo seen this evening in "Neptune's " Daughter" at the Keith. This is a weird, wild and wonderful spectacle, presented in sev en parts. The admission wil bo 20c and 10c. For Rent Second house west of the postoffice. Inquire at 122 west, Fifth street. 70-1 At the request of the Jewish people of Grand Island, Julius Pizer wont to that city Saturday and officiated at the Atonement Day services. A hall was rented for the purpose and a large number of Jews were present. The city council held a special meeting Monday evening and canvass ed the returns of tho election held Tuesday of last week. The vote was tho same as published In these col umns Friday. II. J. Runner, living near Hershoy, is in town today enroute homo from South Omaha, whore ho marketed cat tle. Ho says ho struck a bad market, 17,000 head being in the yards when business opened and more coming ev ery hour. FOR THE INVESTOR We have u few choice lirst niorl irjiRe loans In sums of $300.00 and up wards, netting the Investor 7 nnd S interest. These mortgages are made on a conservative Imsis and made by good parlies. Sco ns If you havo M,C m,",e, BKATT & POOIOIAX. If you want to soo a crowded store with a Jolly crowd of enthusiastic shoppers, Just drop in most any af tornoon nt BLOCK'S. Miss Kathorino Cooney, of Overton, who wns tho guest of Mrs. E. W. Cross, left Saturday for Hershoy to teach in tho rural schools of that vi cinity. Mrs. Catherine Cronm o Cheyenue, formerlv of this- city who was the guest of Mr .and Mrs. Fred Oulmette last week, left Saturday afternoon for Omaha Owing to tho large increase In bus iness Mr. Block has engaged Mrs. Har ry Moore to assist Mrf Keltner-To-miske in the alteration department of tho Block store. Minor Hinman goes to Hastings this week to purchase a number of Over land and Chalmers cars. He hopes to secure one of tho now Overland sixes for demonstrating purposes. Money to loan on real estate. BRATT & GOODMAN'. Harry Pizer and Leslie Bare, who left last week for the Wcntworth mil itary academy, write that they aro highly pleased with tho condi tions. There aro about 150 boys en rolled. If something is wrong with your oy.es, you ought to find out about- it right away. Neglect Is the worst kind of folly. Taken In time tho ordinary errors of vision are easy to correct, neglected they steadily grow worse. O.-.SOLINTON, Registered Optomet rist. ' ( , Walter Adams, Jr., of Omaha, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Adams, of this city, came Saturday to visit his parents for a fow days. Walter Jr. is a female Impersonator and has been giving entertainments at the "Don" In Omaha during tho summer. Ho has received an offer from a New York company for next season. Everything In Fall Merchandise to suit your every want at the right price. E. T. TRAMP & SONS. Mica TUni.nm TVTpMlnlinnI pntnrtnlned .ItlO A T 1 1. ' . v ...v-.p..." - - eight girl friends nt an announcement dinner last evening at live ociock. me tnhip wns tastefully decorated with irnnion flnwprs and the color scheme mno rnrrlpil nut in each course. After I the dinner tho young ladles enjoyed un mitn rfiiA niifi intnr ntxenueu a mea- trc party. Miss McMlcheal will be married to John Mann of Sidney on October Gth. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE iTniinni 7 mom house. A nrcttv home with shade. Close in. At right price and on easy terms. BKATT &-G00D3IAS. Chiropodist Lady Attendant Corns Removed without any pain and permanently cured. 210 West 4th St. Phone Black 376. lionrd Asks for New Ilulldlng. I By a unanimous vote tho Board of Education at a speciRl meeting held last evening decided to submit a proposition to vote sixty thousand dol lars for a Junior high school building This election will be held on December Ttn. While rfinlte phvn cf the building lme nt 1 .vn prepared, tho general plan la to erect a building on the north line of the present high school grounds that will be 05x190 foot threo stories high. Tho basement, the floor of which will be practically level with tho ground, will contain rooms for manual training, domestic science and lucludo six shower baths for thoio who angnge In athletic or gymnasium work. On the first floor there will bi twelve school rooms, and ou the sec ond or top floor there wil be four school rooms nnd an auditorium C5.S8 feet, with bnlcony, the whole to havo a seating capacity of about 1,000. This auditorium will also ho used as a gymnasium. The rooms will be used to accommo date the pupils of the seventh and eighth grades In the ward schools thus relieving the congested conditions there that now exists, and to relievo the crowded condition of the present high school building the ninth grado will be transferred to tho new binding. While the proposed now building may be somewhat larger than at pres ent needed, tho board believes that tho mistakes of the past should not bo re peated, namely, that each school build ing erected has been too small they wore erected for present needs and not for tho future. Had we erected a SGO.OOO high school building instead of one costing $30, 000, and erected ward buildings cost ing $40,000 each Instead of $20,000 each, we would have shown better Judgment than we then exercised. However, to remedy our past lack of Judgment the proposed buidlng must bo erected. We are face to face with a necessity a prooiem or greater school accommodations, and we must solve the problem like men without unnecessary delay. Special on lied Spreads For Thursday, Friday and Satur day, and it's a sure special, too. The SI quality for 79c The ?4 excellent values, cut corner saU' The $1.50 special quality $1.19 Tho $2 cut corner special ....$1.59 The $4 ercellent values ,cut corner sat in spread $3.19 The $B satin spread, extra values, also ortra'.slze, for this sale. .... .$4.19 Come aiid see these real values. E. T. TRAMP & SONS. CITY AND COUNTY NEWS Every Home Should be Covered by a good Fir Insurance Policy, he. cause no body knous how or when u lire is going to originate, no matter how careful householders Ihenisolves limy he. II is a matter of good busi ness policy any AMiy to have your home and effects fully Insured ugainst pos sible loss, mid this Is our business. I shall bo glad to talk Fire Insurance villi) J on, mid can offer you some very attractive propositions which it would pay you to consider. Remodeling of your own materials a specialty at the Parlor Millinery. Ray Tighe returned yesterday from Denver where he spent several days. Miss Edna Elliott has returned from Omaha and resumed work ns bookkeeper at the Hub. Mrs. Harry Kelly returned yester day afternoon from Omaha whore she visited relatives. Mrs. Bert Culton, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Brodbeck, will return to hor homo at Melro3e this week. Tho Presbyterian aid society will hold an indoor picnic in the basement of the church Thursday evening for the members of the church. Wm. J. Sellers of Wellileet and Miss Marie Bartmess of Wallace wore granted a permit to wed Saturday af ternoon. Tho third annual tournament of the Buffalo Bill Gun Club oponed this morning and will bo held today and tomorrow. Mrs. Magnolia Duko has returned from a months visit in DesMolnes and other clios of Iowa, whore she was the guest of friends. Tho bans of marriago for Wm. Wolsh of this city and Misg Marie Flahlne, of Louisvile, Ay woro announced for the lirst time at St. Patrick's church Sunday morning. The woddiug wi'i iimc ue lanoi juw u ui una mouth. Weather forecast for North Platte and vicinity. Partly cloudy and waiisiPi tonight. Probably unsettled weather rnu warmer Wednesday Highest temperature yesterday 02, a year ago bi.; lowest last night 3S, a year ago 4o. The ''rst of a series if parties to h ghen by .Mrs. James Hart nnd Mrs .Wm. Jlawlcy was. 1 eld at tho horn -i tho latter yesterday nfternoon. Forty- t'vo lim.es were entertained at n ken slngtou and served with delicious re freshments. Roquets of flowers wen arranged throughout the living room:. Assisting in serving were Mrs. L. V. Jensen, Mrs. A. Liddell and Misses Ida Otensteln and Blanche Fonda. Out of town guests were Mrs. George White and Mrs. Clarence Tollefsen, of Sutherland. A number of ladles will be otnertainc-d this afternoon at cards it tho l.u'vley home. Now Ready for Your inspection. ill The Leader takes pleasure in announc ing that its splendid stock of Ladies' Ready-to-wear Garments, including Dresses, Suits, Coats and Skirts is now on exhibition in its entirety, and a cordial invitation is extended the ladies of North Platte and surrounding section to call, examine the garments and learn prices. The Leader is confident that no store in western Nebraska can make the show ing in Ladies' Garments that it is making this fall. Not only is the stock exception ally large, but the models are of the latest designs, the fabrics the best and the prices are wondrously low. For years The Leader has been furnish ing the ladies of this section of the state with garments; the customers of twenty years ago are still patronizing the store, and this is accepted as evidence that our style and prices are always right. It will bo a pleasure for The Leaders1 clerks to show you through the Ready-to -wear Department, feeling assured that they can satisfy your every want. An early call is solicted. Toe Leader, We give Green Trading Stamps away with all cash purchases. The SiK'dlsh Congregation Mission meeting will bo held by tho Kearney district of the Nebraska Con ference Wedntsday evening at eight o'clock at the Advent church. Reverends Carlson and Ellman, of Bertram will preach. We Invite the Scnndunnvian speaking people of North Platte to pnrtako with us. Note. It is our sincere Intention to estnblish a Swedish church In North Platte. The Augustana Synod Is too actlvo all over tho country to lot op portunity go by, where it po given, not to build up churches In communities In which thoro aro Swedes. Wo do not Intend to build up a church by robbing our brethern of other church es, but it Is nn established fact that the Swedes, like othor people, possess tho free will of deciding in which language they deslro to hear and practice their roliglon, and tho English speaking element ought to 'respect it. Honco perflations to tho contrary works disastrous and poople so united as tho English Lutheran with the Swedish Lutheran, both doctrinal and ecclesiastical ought to Join heart and hand, und it is my opinion that tho di versity of tongues is to its nntiiro In significant and inforlor in viow of the great purpose of all Luthoran church es. KENNETH RESCUER. Horshey, Nebraska, Sept. 20, 1915. Rifle Range Scores Yesterday. range. Quito n largo crowd was at tho rungo from 7:30 a, m. until C o'clock; at night. Tho weather was lino for tho shoot and tho club was enthusiastic ovor tho success of its first big Hold day and promlso to hold Uko events often. Tho scores aro as follows: 500 yds. COO yds. Rapid Fire 7 7 14 31 29 11 11 27 23 24 39 21 33 13 REAL ESTATE, WMS AND INSURANCE ROOMS 1555a, I.O.O.F. BUILDING, NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. Xotkc. Mrs. Emily Coates has oponed her benuty parlors ovor tho First National Bank. Hair Dressing, soft w liter shampoo, scalp treatment, facial mnssago, and manicuring. All work guaranteed to be satisfactory. Resi dence phono Black 140; office CO. .Notice For Rids. Sealed bids will bo rocelvod until October 21st for the salo of tho two buildlugB known ns the old church nnd resldenco on lots 7 and S, block 135, The committee reserves tho right to reject any or nil bldB. C. T. WHELAN, Chairman of Building Committee, FOR SALK Home choice residences, building lots, farms, ranches and unimproved land nt what they are worth, on easy payment. Sec BR.VTT & B0OH3IAN. To Automobile (Miners. The following 1b a list of automo biles that are not equipped with tall lamps: Nos. 10033, 98G5, 34083, 0709, 19336, 36258, 46451, C7847, 7403, 3945. The law Is that all motor cars must be equipped with one or more white lights on front end nnd a red light visible on rear end of enr, und that light must bo exhibited during tho period from one hour after sunset to una hour before sunrise; also thoro are a number of cars that do not show license number on rear end, as required by law; also there aro a num ber ot cars that have no ilconso num ber, nnd tlioy are subject to a fine. Now if you aro held up on tho streets in regard to lights or numbers, Just bear in mind that you are a violator of the law. From now on you will bo called to oxplalu. II. L. BAKER, Chlof of Pollco. Tho following aro tho scores made by tho dlceront members of th'o, North Plntto Rlflo Club at tho rlllp rango Monday, September 20th. Ucrgstroni scoring high mark at tho 300 yard range, Dr. oKrr at tho 500 yard and Tiloy at tho COO yard and rapid llro Nnmo 300 yards A. E. Brown 0 R. I). Blrgo J. E. Brooks Ilorbort Borstrom 37 R. E. Biggs B. E. Davis 27 Ray Wolborno 35 J. V. Romlgh, Gothonburg .... W. D. Esholman 12 E. 0. Garrison 20 Julius lloga .'. 13 T. J. Korr ....;..., Rod Murdoch C. W. Likes John Lincoln '. 1 1?. E. Moody ,...' 29 ' Johu OoHtroioh 22 " Leonard Robinson ' f. s. Russoii ; ' C. Scharmonn ., ...10 E. C. Stevonson, Gothonburg.. K. M. Sturtovnnt 31 A. W. Shilling W. J. Tiloy L. I. Tuckor 17 3 f Leonnrd Robinson, Rango Officor. The following scoros were made at tho 300 yard rango: A. F. Hammond 19 F. C. MoMlchoal 10 R. W. Adams 23 E. II. Kendall 29 N. C. Donegnn 22 T. A. Gllbort 24 30 IS 4L .18 0- 15 21 32 35 37 11 25 14 20 20 ,23 29 15 19. 4 2 29 9 25 27 0 30 34 19 17 31 31 22 20 .4 45 '30 ";7 c arOTinLfr, James Elliott Is transacting busi ness in Brady this week. Mrs. Ira Weidman loft this morning for Des Moinos to spoud a couplo of w eks. For Rent. Five room liouso. Call 722. 09-4 the Cora Crop This means more than getting your equip ment in first class condition for field use. How about your buildings? Are the corn cribs and granaries in shape to take care of the crop? Make additions and repairs now, so that the work of harvest time Will not be interrupted. And it's a good time to plan your other fall construction work whether you plan any new buildings or just a few odd jobs ol repair. You can count on us for good lumber, shingles, roofing, etc., for all this work, . W. BIRGE CO.