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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1915)
Whether thoy camo from the brain
of some brilliant American or blos
somed out of the long-trained genius
of -a French creator, the coat and
dress and hat which here make up an
exquislto costume proclaim tlio high
est art. From the crown of the head
to the tips of her toes the model pic
tured is correctly appareled in the
choicest offerings of the season.
The dress is mado of a soft satin
gathered into bands of a supple plush
at the bottom, and an ovcrskirt of the
plush which falls in folds from the
waist down. As in nearly all drosses
;of pllo fabrics the bodice shows a com
'blnation of chiffon and satin with
, Tho coat is the shortest of the throe
'fashionablo lengths from which one
may chooso. It is designed with a
jacket which falls to tho lower edge
of the belt. Tho belt is noticeably
narrow alfd inconspicuous.
Tho sleeves are full and gathered in
Two Little Demi
Designed for wear during tho au
tumn monthB, In tho colder climates,
theso two llttlo coats will servo
throughout tho winter in tho warmor
parts of tho country. Thoy arc mado
of falllo silk, poplin, or similar silks
woven with a heavy rep, but may bo
developed in any of the soft llrmly
woven satins or in plain supplo woolen
Tho coat of roso-colored falllomt tho
loft Is made with a long bodlco with
a short plaited skirt Bot on It. Thero
is a wldo bolt of velvet, with a squaro
hanging tab at tho front, which hooks
at ono sldo. Tho plaits In tho skirt
portion are omitted at tho front, leav
ing a plain panel which also fastens at
Tho sleeves are full and plain, fin
ished with a turned-back cuff mado of
tho sarao material as tho coat. Tho
round neck Is llnished without a col
lar of tho material, but a pretty collar
of cream-colored cluny lace adorns it
Flat buttons, In a lighter shade of rose
than tho coat, provldo tho fastening
down tho front.
The odd and smart llttlo garment at
for Winter Wear
to a soft cuff. A very clover aim
original touch appears in tho cuffs.
They are merely bnnds of tho plush,
edged with satin-covered cord and ex
tended into a pointed end. This end
is slipped through a narrow band of
tho plush which forms a slide llko tho
ond of a bow of ribbon.
Tho neck is finished with one of the
many new high collars, but it is not
close-fitting. It is finished with a tio
of tho satin-covored cord. Pearl but
tons having a dark rim are used for
fastening the coat from neck to waist
lino. Tho skirt portion Is straight and
gathered into tho bolt at-tho sides and
The last word in shopping bags and
walking boots finish tho details of a
chic and entirely correct ensemble.
All neckwear apparently closes In
front. Tho net chemisettes, however,
frequently closo in tho back.
- Season Coats
tho loft appears to bo a combination
of both dress and coat. A box-plaltod
skirt portion is sot on to a long waist.
A plain skirt is set on over the plalte
at tho sides and back and is cut In one
with tho short belt across tho front,
This portion is lined with a light thin
silk and finished about tho edges with
Tho coat fastens at tho left side
with hooks and eyes and 1b finished
with soutache braid put on in a Van
Dyke pattern. Tho sleeves aro plain
and modoratoly full, with close-fitting
cuffs overlaid with a heavy laco
collar to match finishes tho neck.
two now moueis in uonncts are
shown with tho coats. That at tho left
Is of soft cream-colored silk gathered
In about tho faco with several rows of
shirred tucks. It Is gathered In to tho
Bhapo of the crown by circular rows of
tho shirred tucks at tho back.
Tho llttlo bonnet of velvet at the
right is mado with a plain brim and
puffed crown of volvot and prottlly
trimmed with ribbon Doth bonnots
fasten with chin straps.
JULIA BOTTOM LEY.
THE 8EMI.WEFKLY TRintlNE NORTH PLATTE. NEBRASKA.
SOUTH PLATTE FAIR TO BE AD.
VERTISED FROM CLOUDS.
STEP FIRST TAKEN IN THE O.S.
National Guard Aviators Wtll Distrib
ute Literature Over Country
Southwest Nebraska Fair, May
wood, October 11 to 15.
Nebraska Woman Suffrage con
ventlon,. Columbus, Oct. 12-14.
National Futurity Coursing Meet,
Sutton, October 12 to 16.
Grand encampment of the I. O.
O. F., Omaha, October 18 to 21.
American Waterloo Cup Cours
Ing Meet, Talmage, Oct. 19 to 23.
Annual convention of Nebraska
Bankers association, Omaha, Oct.
Midwest Bow'lng Tournament,
Omaha. Nov. 19 to 29.
Sunday School Day Is to be ob
served November 7.
Lincoln. National guard aviators
arc to fly from Hastings to various
towns surrounding that city ns a pre
lltninury to advertisement of the big
South PIntto exposition to bo held
thero beginning October 11. Along
the route- the airmen will distribute
literature telling of tho many good
things that will be shown the visitors
at the exposition. So far as known
the step is the first to be taken in
tho United States in the direction of
utiiig the acroplnna as a distributor
it advertising matter. Farmers in tho
He'd, housewives) in the yards and
townsmen on the streets are to be
showered with leaflets as the birdmcn
speed by overhead. That is the plan
as announced from the adjutant gen
Will Investigate Wreck.
Oreapolls. Tho U. S. govornment
has undertaken thorough Investigation'
of the Missouri Pacific wreck at La
Platte in which three men were killed
and a dozen wounded. L. II. Stride-
lan, United States inspector, working
under the Interstate commerce com
mission, will make- the Investigation.
Ho will visit the scene, of tho wreck,
make photographs and Interview all
those connected with tho affair. He
will secure copies of the orders given
the crows of the different trains in
volved, and will' secure a transcript of
tho evidence adduced before tho cor
oner at the Inquest. All of this In
formation will be latd before the In
terntate commerce commission.
Bankers to Gather.
Omaha. Arrangements aro being
made for the coming of tho Nebraska
Hankers' association annual couven
lion to be hold in this city October 27
and 28. Hotel Fontenelle has been
selected headquarters for tho conven
Hon and an elaborate program U
being planned. An invitation hut
been extended to Henry D. Estabrook
of New York, who delivered nn ad
dress on "National Defense" nt the
annual convention of the American
Hankers' association in Seattle last
month, to Bpeak to the Nebraska
Opened New Town Hall.
Saronvllle. The new town hall ol
Saronvlllo was formally opened to the
public lttst week. H. G. Wellenslek
an attorney from Harvard, mado the
principal address, and complimented
Hie people of Saronnville for the splr
It manifested In this enterprise. This
building was built by local people,
Ihe monoy being subscribed by tlu
business men of Saronvlllo and the
farmers of "the surrounding country
It Is modern in every respect.
Odd Fellows to Meet.
Omaha. For tho first time in years,
the Grand Encampment of 'the I. O.
O. F. will be held in Omaha this fall.
Tho dates aro October 18 to 21 and
the Fontenello hotel headquarters.
More than fifteen hundred members
of the organization nnd the Itebeccas,
tho auxiliary, will guthor for the
meeting. An excellent program has
been arrnnged, covering three days.
Stecker Belt Arrives.
Fremont. Tho new diamond-studded
championship bolt for Joo Steelier
has Just arrived, and the Dodge citi
zens who took the Initiative In pur
chasing It are enthusiastic over Its
New Parochial Scnool Dedicated.
Kearney. Tho new 22,000 parody
lal school, which has been orecte'cT In
this city through tho efforts of Wshop
J. J. Duffy of tho Kearney dloceso ami
members of tho St. James Catholic
parish, was dedicated September 20.
Race Meet Called Off,
Fremont. The Independent race
meet, nfter being postponed twlco ov.
Ing to rain, has been called off. Rain
Interfered with both race meets sched
tiled for Fremont this year.
Brakemar Gets $15,000.
Norfolk, ThcJury in tho damage
Bult of Phil McNeely of Norfolk,
agulnst tho Northwestern railroad
returned a verdict in federal court
here, giving McNeoly $1G,000. Mc
Needy had sued for $?0,000. Ho lost
his right hand in an accident
GUNBOAT PRINCETON, SUNK, SAVED AND HOME AGAIN
United States gunboat Princeton photographed as sho appeared recently in San Francisco bay Hying her homo
going pennant. A year ago tho Princeton ran on to an uncharted coral reef off Samoa and sank. Sho was pumped
out by her own crow and the hole in her hull patched, and Bho is homo again after an nbsenco of flvo years.
Italian troops on recoimotssanco
C'olonel Billiard, commanding the
Tox Is here soon (loft) in front of Ills
Johnson, ono of his aids.
liotli tile German mid Itussliiu
around this village of Hozen, Newspaper correspondents found there only
ruins and children when thoy passed through in the roar of tho advancing
ITALIAN TROOPS CHARGING IN
duty caught by tho camera as they
United States troops at Hrownsvillo,
headquarters consulting with Captain
armies have inarched through and fought
were charging n detachment of tho
R0QUE GONZALES GARZA
Iloquo Gonzales Gnrzu, at ono time
president of the convention govern
ment of Mexico, is now In Washington
us a representative of tho Vllla-Zapata
factions. Ilo sayB any pacilication plan
that recogniz.es Cnrranza and does not
includo tho Villlstas-as factors in tho
situation will mean nothing but anar
chy In Mexico, i
Too Much to Imagine.
Ono evening Smith jltnoyed to tho
suburbs to call on his friend Jones
nnd whllo thoy wore sitting on tho
vorandu enjoying, their after-dinner
rngwecd, largo volumes of music
broke looso in tho adjacent bungalow
"Somo music," commented Smith,
glancing through tho llretlius In tho
scenery beyond. "Who might tho per
"It is my neighbor, Green," an
swered Jones. "And would you bo-
llovo.lliat ho playB by ear alono?"
"1 would not," wns tho prompt ro
Joinder of Smith. "1 can easily im
agino that ho might mtiko that much
uolso by using botli hands and feet
nnd an ax, but you can't mako mo bo
liovo that ho does it by banging the
sldo of his head on tho keys."
Stock Trout Stream With Files.
Tho British Salmon and Trout as
sociation asks anglers and ifshory
owners to send to its secretary, Sir
Wrench Towbo, Fishmongers' hall,
London, 13. C, details of ensoa tn
which tho valuablo water-bred tiles
havo been Increased substantially In
number by any special measures, such
as tho Introduction, by tho planting of
eggs or larvao or tho liberation of ma
turo Hies on tho banks of a river or
lakoj and tho Improvement of a
stream or lako by the cultivation, of
special weeds, careful removal of mud
and so on.
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