The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, October 08, 1915, Image 4
CITY AND COUNTY NEWS. Misses Jcssio and Helen linker will entertain the Lutheran Girls Club this evening. Mrs. John Wolnborgr will visit her daughter Mrs. Will Allen In Omaha this week. Harry Porter is spending this weok In the western pnrt of the state on business. L. C. Da nand Edward Yates wen to Omaha Tuesday evening to remain until Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mann returned last evening from Omaha where they spent the week. Mr. and Mrs. Moso McFarhintl and two daughters have returned from a week's visit In Omaha. Mrs. Andrew Andorson loft a few days ago for Omaha to spend the re mainder of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Mann and daughter Olive came to attend the Mann-McMlchaol wedding. Attorney J. S. Hoagland wont to Stockvillo Tuesday on legal business. Robert James, of Buhl, Ida., for merly 5f this city, who visited In town tills woolc has returned homo. Conductor Fred Drlobus reports the Outing Gowns and Night Shirts at Wilcox Department Store. Conductor S. S. Mecomber has tak. en the Oshkosh run and Moso McFar land has beon transferred to the main lino. The bible class ,f District N'o. 1 will meet with Mrs. E. It. Plumer, 101 south Sycamore Tuesday after noon. Rooms for housekeeping, 400 east Third. Phono Black 104. 76tl An Omaha papor states that Chris. Paulson, of tills city, was relieved of, live dollars by a pickpocket while he was visiting In that city this week. j Mrs. George Voselpka ontertalncd the members of the M. M. M. club at cards yesterday afternoon. After the games the hostess served n nice lunch. J Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Ell will go to Omaha Sunday to vlttlt friends and on October 12th; the former will take tho fourth degro In 'ho Knights ot Columbus, j Woathor forecast for North Platte and vicinity: Fair tonight and Satur day, rising temperature. Highest temperature yesterday 57, a year ago 53; lowest last night 28, a year ago 40. It Is expected that the Blrdwoo.i bridge, north of town, will bo open to traffic sometime next week. It was BERT CHAMBERLAIN' INJURED ! MANNING IS BOUND OVER IN AUTO ACCIDENT. I TO THE DISTRICT COUItT. ... . , aii i , Li tin I v; Dunn-unit; uu.M, nutni it nuo arrival -of n baby girl at 1 Is homo in tll0UEht that thls vory important event Grand Island the first of this week. 1 ,,,, , ' ,,, ...nrt,a n i but the work of surfacing the fills rc I quired n lot of time. Gravel Is now Attorney George N. Glbbs has re turned from Kansas City where h spent a week with the homo folks. being placed on the roadway. The Mrs. Cliarles .Calhoun was l ostess bnU tho brflRC( ,8 getUlB effccts iu 'V" -"V ";"",""?v7aKl;.T to town for shipment to some other ncsday afternoon. A nicely prepared lunch was served. WV liinu a few lots in (he Cody Atl dltlii.'is. flii'M lots can bo bought on easy terms and very reasonable. C. T. TEMI'Li:. construction scene. Some of the em-' ploycs will get away soon. Suther-, land Frco Lance. Mrs. Andrew LIddell assisted by Mesdamos W. H. C. Woodhurst and Chnrles Weir entertained flfty-two la- Mrs Harry Kauffmnn and son of dies at a one o'clock luncheon Wednes Columbus, who were guests of tho ly afternoon. Tlio rooms and tables Earl Wilcox family hero this week, woro prettily decorated with fall How left Wednesday afternoon. era and tho luncheon was served . T, .... , , In thrco courses. Assisting In Mr. and Mrs. Fred Warren nnd chll- sorving were Mcsdames P ron will leave Monday for their home Jt ijnrron j, F, cla,)aHgh Mlsses Id; In tho south, after a protracted visit Qttenstoin nnd Blanche Fonda. Mrs. wth Mrs. Warrens parents, Mr. and Doran, of Waddlngton, N.. Y., was an JwrB. b. t,. uuiiarci. out of town BUcati pmy-nve ladles Wo can fit your Infants out In wear- will be entertained at a similar lunch ing apparel everything complcto for con this afternoon and Mcsdames Jas. tho baby. Hart, E. F. Seoberger, F. J. Wur E. T. TRAMP & SONS. tele, Misses Mayme PIzor and Vlrglni nt i m ' r, , .' Bullard will help serve. Out of town Mr. ml Mrs. Thomas Gorham. of B,Iest8 wlll be MIs8 Lenoro Camming Grand Island, announce the arrival of of Chicago, and Miss Lola Jones of a baby girl nt their homo a few days gait Lake ago. Mrs. Gorham was formerly MIssi V Mabel Jcffcrs of this city. j ' WJnd Up Sale. Frank Smith, of Omaha, formerly ofncjT??ni.w,u ahm , 2? box? USC(1 this city, Is visiting his parents Mr. ' hl V ,w,nro 8t,oro-, S ielvcfl w' h over and Mrs. J. I. Smith while enrouto' 'llv'?I"9flf!?r stolrl,,,,B "hl"0i(! homo from Douglas, Wyo., whore he )n,rih I'P "ttlngs, bolts, etc. Office spent thrco week decorntlng business , . . . ....... . .. i llles. (Inn pvtonslnn tnhln Wlmlriwn houses for tho state fair hold there. Girls! If you havien't bought youi Fnll Suit or Coat ns yet do not do lay to look over our now shipment oi Coats and Suits; some class to them BLOCK'S. Tho ladles aid society ot tho Chris Windows suitably for hen , house, hot bed or barn, doors, crates, boxes, lumber. At H5rshoy's, 5th nnd Locust streets, opposite postoffice. Phone 15. 75tf An attempt to burglarize tho North Platte Electric Co, office wns made be- t iiu utilise) uiu nwVi v i ui in u xiii id . i . , tinn church wcro furnished a sack of . Jove" "mi,c'K,ht 0 c,0,ck Moruln5 tho Goldon Glow Flour, handled by' V, S ,,.i , f Riley York, for tho last Monday's dtv ! ? f I tho , bulldi ig .discovered that nor- nnd thev take trreat nlensuro ln'tho .rtnr tloor wns ajnr nnd after ,n" iior, nun iney lane treat, pleasure m ,, t . . f , . .. . . .. BUU ing u was extra nno anu ca ) . y : r 7 '., 7 rfulJy recommend It tp all, Signed f i"8', ' Z ,l0,CC 80 , h,nt cora of Christian Lndleo Aid So H? !wJ?f. ll'Tl ie.lntch could be lifted from tho Interior. Tho mone. chee Officer clcty. For Sale Round Oak hard coal stove pers scattered over tho counters. Notn In good condition. U22 wost Second Ing of value has been missed and as yet street. Phono Black 531. tf the guilty parties have not been lo'cat- Tho Catholic Qlrls' Club was enter-! cd' tnlned at tho home of MIbs Mario Mar. j ?qh g tlnl Wednesday evening. In progrcs-j Six room modern house, steam heat; slvo five hundred the first nonors wero , ,asoment divided into two rooms, one awarded to Miss Florenco Donegan for vegetables. Hot and cold water In and second to Mrs. I' ran:: McGovem. kitchen, hath room nnd basement. New aally cards and tablo decorntlons ly painted and papered," good closets, wore- suggest vo of Hallowe'en. En- nll ln first clnsa Bhnp0i Joynblo refreshments wero served. As-1 This ll0U80 Ja nQXt to ,y rC9l(ienc(i fllstlng the hostoBs were Misses Mario Flvo iu,mire(i dollars' will handle It, Stack, Ircno O Donnoll, Dorothy and the balance In B. & L. Will sell worth , tho money. Bert Chamberlain, living on west Fourth street, nnd until recently em ployed by tho Union Pacific as pas senger englneccr, suffered a fracture of tho right leg below the kneo and severe bruises Tuesdny noon when the Ford car he was driving run into n ditch Justr north of the Fremont slough bridge Chamberlain had taken out Into tho country south of the river D. E. Morrill of this city and two men residing In the east pnrt of tho stnte The visitors desired to go enst on the 12:35 train and Chamberlain had been running tho car at n good gnlt. Cross ing the Fremont slough bridge Chnm berlnln turned out to pass a buggy nnd In doing so ran vory close to the ditch embankment. He turned tho enr sharply and it shot ncross the road Into tho ditch on the opposite side. Tho three men mannged to leap from ths 'car before It turned over, but Chamberlain was pinned un der the car in eighteen Inches of water and mud. Dr. Morrill and ono of tho other men were momentarily stunned when lighting on the ground, but tho third pascnger did not suffer and with quick forethought crawled under the car and held Chamberlain's head above water. When the other two men recovered they went to tho assistance of their companion and while two lifted up tho side of the car the other dragged Chnmberlain from his peril ous position. Had he not been re leased so quickly Chamberlain would have met death by drowning. Word was telephoned to town from tho house nearby, Dr. Wurtele re sponded and tho Injured man taken to the City Hospital and tho fracturo reduced, For a day or two after the accident Chaberlaln complained of In ternal pain, and it wns feared that he was Injured lnternnlly, but ho now seems to bo getting along satisfac torily. MiinnOIf.MIcliael Wedding A pretty wedding occurred at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. James Mc Mlchael Wednesday morning, when their daughter Miss Mayme becamo tho bride of Charles Mann of Sidney. Rev. H. G. Knowles officiated as clergyman and used tho ring service. Promptly at 9:30 Miss Ollvo Mann of Sidney, sister of the groom played Lohcngren's wedding march and the brldo nnd groom took tnelr places. They were unattended. Only the Im mediate relatives were present and af ter the ceremony a breakfast was ser ved nt the home of tho bride's sister, Mrs. Win. Baldock. The bride wore a beautiful gown of white crepo do chine with trimmings of fine lace and small flowers. She carried a largo .bouquet of brides' roses. Decorntlons were In plnl; and whito and these colors were carried out in the courses of tho breakfnst. Among the many gifts received was check for $1,000 from tho groom's par ents, a piano from tho parents of tho bride nnd fifty dollars from the First National bank of Sidney. Mr . and Mrs. Mann left by auto for Sutherland to evade the leave taking which their friends had planned and, a'. Sutherland took tho train for Denver,' Salt Lake and Ogden to spend tvo weeks before taking up their resi dence ln Sldny. Mr. Mann holds a responsible po sition in tho First National Bank at Sidney, Is a popular and enterprising young man and has many friends. 'The bride is one of North Platte's best known young ladles who hns won hosts of friends by her agreeable manner and Is a musician of unusual ability having been a member' of a local orchestra for several years and was also pianist at tho Crystal theatre. The best wishes of their many friends go with them in their new home. Ashton Manning, who traveled un der a number of aliases, was arraigned before Judge French Wednesday morning, pleaded not guilty nnd waiv ing examination wns bound over to tho district court. Not being nble to fur nish bond he is taking his meals at tho expense of Lincoln county. Manning wns arrested at Grand Island tho latter part of last week on the charge of burglarizing tho dental office of H. C. Brock In this city on tho night of September 21st. He wns poorly rewarded for breaking Into and ransacking tho office for the most valuable article he secured was a razor, which he had on his person nt tho time ho was arrested at Grand Island, nnd It was by this article that It was known that lie was wanted in this city for burlary. Tho rnzor was Identified by Dr. Brock. It Is supposed that Manning stole the electric vibrntbr from tho beauty parlor of Mrs. Emily Contos, which disappeared the same night tho dentnl offlc wns entered. NORTH PLATTE HAS A RESIDENT PIANO TUNER. North Plnttc has a resident piano tuner; something that has been needed badly. Wyllo Walker, a graduate of a tuning school at Kansas City, Mo., Is permanently located with his father L. L. Walker, mnnager of the Gnston Music Co. store Is ln the rear of the Clinton Jewelry store. Tho Chamber of Commerce advo cates boosting for North Platte. Why send away for tuners or give your work to transient men who may or may not be competent? This Is merely a suggestion. If It appeals to you as good, business methods to patronize home Industry, give him a trail. Phone 33S or Black 813-. (Advertisement) Ireno Hubbard. Just received another large ship niont of n'ew Fnll Suits and Coats, tho real classy kind at prices that will appeal to all. Bettor drop m 75-2 R. N. LAMB. Baptist Church Noics Tho regular services will bo held at nnd see them whllo tho picking is the Baptist church next Sunday, Oc- good. BLOCK'S. The J. F. F. Club enjoyed th hoj pltallty of Mrs. Thodore Lowe, Jr., Tuesday aftornoon. Progressive high five wns played and first prize won by Aus. H. P. Henckle. Mrs. E. W. Mann was awarded second prize and Mcsdames James Hnrt and Jack Sin Clair received tho guest prlzos. Re freshments wore Borved In two cursos nnd tho color sChonio of chocolato nnd whlto was carried out In tho score enrds and lunch. Guosts.ot tho club wero Mesdamos Win. Hawley, James Hart, Oscur Sandnll, Jack Sinclair and Edwin Bnrrncloflgh. tobor 10th. Rev. Barlon wlll bo with us and preacli to us both morning nnd oven ing. Morning sorvices at 11 and evening services at 8. All momburs should bo present as a hearty welcome to our pastor. A cor dial Invitation oxtonded to all vlsU ors. Vnr Sale. Section of improved land, with good frame building, 80 acres under cultiva tion, and all fenced and cross-fonced. i This farm is located northeast of , town and Is sand-hill land, but ot good Km- s.iin ri,n,.n quality. Considering tho excellent tor auio i neap. grazing there It would mnko an ex- Tho ,two-story building back of tho collent dniry proposition. Prico $15 McDonald clothing store. See Otten-'por uero. Tonus to Biilt purchasor. Bteln. or phono 258. 71tf ' C. F. TEMPLE. Atu-nt. Mr. Tenant, why will you pay out rent each month and not have a thing to show for Ifcxccpt a bunch of re ceipts! Youp can buy a homo of your own, paying lor It on prac(Hlly the snnio terms you pay rent Paying a small amount down, and (ho balance In monthly payments .Let me show you what I have that I can sell you on these terms I also have several meant lots iliiit can be Mild on these terms. C. V. TK.MJ.MjK. J. R. Teagarden, of Lincoln, repre senting th Redpath Horner Chautau qua Co., spent a few days hero this week conferring with tho local com mittee nnd completing arrangements for tho progrnm of tho local Chautau qua for 191G. Tho talent selected will be similar to numbers given this year, which wcro so satisfactory and which North Platte Is now In ji position to securo. Tho recent method of mnn nglng cliuutauquas, whlcl was orl nnted at tho meetings thfi past summer places our city among thoso that enn obtnln first class talent nnd stand tho flnnnclnl condition better than in any previous year. For Sulo Flno Lawn Manure. Inqtilro of Joe Snlos. Phono Black 161. 73-8 Horses nt Public Auction On Saturday, October 9th, 1915, I will sell at the old stock yards In North Platte, Nebraska, 150 head of range horses at public auction, consisting of mares and geldings, some suckling colts, and some two nnd three years old. Como out everybody and we will havo a good old time range horse salo. These horses are. here now and tho sale wlll start at 1 p. m. Also will sell a Dair of young mules If you havo any alfalfa pasture for rant see me. C. A. MOOuii. NefcrasktTlVrTA f e7 11)10 . "Nebraska dry after 1916" is tho slogan of the Woman's Christian Tem perance union, nccordlng to the asser tion of -Miss Anna A. Gordon of Ev anston,, 111., president of the national organization who on tho whlto ribbon special, went west through North Platto Wednesday evening. "Wn will Rtumn tho state." said Miss Gordon. "In 1916 we will conduct what the noliiticlans would call a whirlwind campaign. Wo will hav hundreds of speakers here, tho best In tho United States. They wm not only talk In tho cities and .towns, but thev win be founu in tne country. Wo are going to canvass Nebraska as it was never canvassed before. We will have sneakers in every school dls trlct and our aim will be to put the state into tho dry column.". Tlio Ellto Kenslneton club held their first meeting Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. J. I. Jessup. Mrs. II. H. John son wns elected nresident. Mrs. Mc- Mnllfn Bpfrptn.rv nnd treasurer. Tho hostess was pTesented with a hand- painted cup and saucer. At tho, close nf the afternoon a two course lunch was served. Tho next meeting will bo held with Mrs. Will Baskins, Oct 19th. When KABO Corseted CORSBT Your face reflects the perfect comfort you body enjoyo. Your mirror reflects the satisfactory figure with modern waist and properly proportioned but line. A Kabo day is a comfort day. The Fashion Shop Nyal Saturday Specials Ssturtfay, October 9th 15c bottle Persian hand lotion 09 50c Jar Face Cream, 25c box Tal cum, both -19 25c tooth brush, 25c tooth paste or powder, both -" 50c bottle hair tonic, 25c Jar sham poo, both 19 25c bottlo Almond Cream, 25c box faco powder, both S3 $1.00 bottlo hair tonic, 25c bottlo Lemon Cream Loth S9 50c bottle Laxativo Fig Syrup ...AM 25c bottlo Laxativo Fig Syrup 17 50c bottlo Winter Cough Syrup . . . .31 25c bottlo Winter Cough Syrup ....17 25c bottlo Baby Cough Syrup 17 NYAL DRUG STORE, 1st Door North First National Bunk. Elizabeth Kaar-Langston T eacher of Singing Studio 122 West Front St. Hides Wanted Good Price paid for them. It pays to sell in your own town instead of shipping them. Al kinds of JUNK BOUGHT Bring it in and we will give you highest market price. North. Platte Junk House CITY HOSPITAL 607 LOCUST STREET NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA. PHONE 82 Sanitary Newly Furnished Fireproof This institution is now open for the Reception and Treatment of Surg ical, Medical and Obstetrical cases. A Strictly modern Hospital for tho convenience of the physicians of North Platte nnd country tributary thereto. WARMTH At this time of year is necessary for Health. One of these portahle Gas Heaters is just what you need. We have them from $2.50 up suitable for every purpose. North Platte Light & Power Co. C R. MOREY, Mgr. Telephone Toll Rates Telephone rates should depend upon what it costs to produce the service. In America we pay double the wages for the same kind of telephone work that is paid in Eu ropean countries. , Jtfearly all kinds of telephone material costs a great deal more here than it does abroad. American Rates Lower For distances under fifty miles, within which four-fifths of all long distance calls are made, American telephone rates for the same service are much lower than in European countries. For longer distances and for messages between countries, European telephone rates are from three to four times as high as our rates for the same distance in this country. The long distance telephone service in Europe is generally very poor. The farthest a toll call can be made abroad is scarcely more than the distance across one of our states. NEBRASKA TELEPHONE COMPANY OCTOBER IS FARMERS' AST Ik,. "T U 'HT hT 7 1VIU1N I it Paeama-P ax me acme b m Every farmer who can should visit California and the Exposition during October. You will find more agricultural exhibits and more events which will interest you than ever before were shown in one place in one month in the History of the World. There will be at least 24 national and international stock shows and conventions, with one event lap ping over into the next. Moreover, you can stop off in the great agricultural sections of the New West and see how the farmers of this section make money on great ranches and on smaller irrigated tracts. And you will see the Great Panama -Pacific Exposition, which for beauty and general interest has never been equaled. All this you will sec at the lowest fare In years a rate mado particularly for the expositions. This is prohably the liest chance of your lifetime to make tho western trip you havo been thinking about to make It at the least cost and to sci the most on tho Coast and on the way. You will find living expenses very rca sonablc all hotels are under agreement not to raise rates. Write for Free Dook No. 168 Tells what to see and cost of trip. For the quickest tripovcrsrnoothestroadbcdflndto travel through tho region of greatest scenic and agricultural Interest, buyyouff ticket via . UNION PACIFIC ry. a. nanlnaer, o. r. A, Union I'uilfto Fisttm, , Omuiiu, Neb, Lock's Old Barn.