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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 3, 1917)
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THIRTY-THIRD YEAR, NORTH PLATTE, NEB., APRIL 3, 1917. No. 23
YEOMAN CONCLAVE NOW
IN SESSION HERE
about 200 delegates
visitor aim: in
'llilrty-Slx Novices arc Given (ho
"Third Decree Lust Night
by (ho Ladles' Team
of (his City
VIoing with tho national colors In
profusonoss In North Plnttn mi nv nrn
the green and' red, tho colors of thoJ
n-umuii, ior more man zuu or these
fraternity men and women are guests
of tho city at tho state conclavo which
opens Its first business session
this forenoon. Tho delegates and vis
itors began arriving yestorday morn
ing and by night practically 200 had
registered at headquarters at tho Ho
tel McCabo, and this morning's trains
brought in additional dologatos and
Yesterday mlis devoted iargoly to
receptions and sight-seeing, followed
last evening by a meeting at tho Yeo
man -liall where thirtjj-fflx novices
woro glvontho "Third Dogroo" by a
team of ladles of tho North Platto
homostead. This Initiation was put
on in lino shopo and furnished much
amusement to tho crowd which llllcd
every nvallablo soot In tho house. Fol
lowing tills wnrlf Mm NnHh Plnttn
team, which goes to tho national con
clave at uetroit m Juno, gavo an ex
This forenoon and aftornoon busi
ness sessions will bo held and this ov
onlng a banquet and ball will bo glv
on at tho Yeoman hall.
Tho convention Is In charge of W.
J. Tlley. state manager. Tho local
dologatos arc Mrs. Albort Durbln. Los
llo Basking. P. W. Henderson and T.
J. Kerr. The chairmen of tho enter
tainment, refreshment and rocoptlon
committees nro Earl Stamp, Mrs. P.
S. Evans and A. W. Shilling.
Former llcsldent Dies.
A tologram recolvod yestorday by
Mrs. Henry Bretornltz announced tho
death of Mrs. J. D. Regan, formerly
Miss .Tnnnln WliHo. nf Mila rllv Ktihn
for a number of years has made her
homo In ono of tho New England
states. Death followed a long Illness
due to tubercular trouble.
Mrs. Regan was for a number of
years, a teacher In tho city schools and
will bo remembered by many of our
PATRIOTIC MEETING CALLED
FOR THURSDAY EVENING
BISHOP liEECMElt WILL MAKE
THE lMUM'H'AL ADDItESS
ASSISTED BY OTHEltS
Lloyd Opera House tfevtlng Place
and Members of Co. E, Spanish
War Veterans and II.. S.
Cadets to be In Lino
Cities, towns nnd hamhts In nil
sections of tho United States nro hold
ing meetings nnd passing resolutions
assuring President Wilson and con
cress tlint Mm nnonln nrn Knliltnl llinm
in whatever action Is taken in tho crisis
wnicn now confronts tho nation. North
Platto will do llkowlso. and next
Thursday evening a patriotic meeting
Will bo hold nt tho Llovil nnnm limitm
at which nddreseoss will bo made by
Rt. Rev. Goo. A. Bcocher. of Hastings,
and by local men. By that timo con
gross will havo taken notion on the
absolution Introduced yesterday and
thoro Is llttlo question but that tho
resolution mfll bo passed, and that a
stnto of wnr will bo declared to ex
ist, Nouo of us want war; wo havo
been fortunntn un to this tlinn In knnn
lng out, but tho President and con
grew nro acquainted with cortnln
conditions of which tho people nt largo
know not, and ns a patriotic people It
is our duty to heartily support tho
piesuioni aim congress m whatever
action is takon.
PlnllH for TIllirsMlfiv nvnnltip'a mnnl
lng havo not been fully completed, but
me loninuvo arangomonts include a
pnrndo of mombors of Co. E, Q. A. R.,
bpaniMi War Votornns, high school
cadets and citizens.
Tho conimlttoo to nrrango for this
meetlmr U coninoeail of P. 11. Hnl-
llgnn. A. W. Shilling, Mrs. C. P. Spon-
cor, nirs. Aiuuo unurcn, Miss Annlo
Krnmnh. T. c. Pnttorson. M. M. Rod
onbaugh. A. P. Kolly. J. O. Boolor. W.
J. Tiloy. Ray Cnntlln. Walter O'Con
nor, M. II. Douglas and Ira L. Bare.
onintr from a iwok's visit In Omnhn
Ernest Rinckor is oxpoctod hero this
week from tho stnto university to
spend his vacation.
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If you want to soil, buy or exchange
jour reni csuue. see
11HATT. GOODMAN & DUCKLFA'.
hJ 1 P3L M nil RJLJ J. kJ a
VOU men folks will want to dress up for Easter just
x as well as the women. To make it easy for you to
pick everything you need to wear, from head to foot,
we've laid ourselves out in an Easter Apparel showing
mat tops the market ior variety and value.
COLLEGIAN CLOTHES---' --
Adler's Collegians are our idea of what good clothing ought tobe
snappily stylish, made of honest materials, tailored to fit you
and wear like the oldtime homespuns. You'll find just the right
pattern for you in our big new stock.
Stylish Top Coats $15.00 to $25.00
Collegian Suits $15.00. to $30.00
Boys Deserve Stylish Togs
Believe us, thier's no live boy but ap
preciates it wben Dad picks out a
smart-looking suit for him. Here's
place to get it, for in our Boys' Cloth
ing neither style nor wear are sacri- ,
ficed. It pays to buy the kind we sell.
Boys Suits $2.50 to $8.50
in profusion 50c and $1.00
galore $1.25 to $6.
that are 0. K. $1 50 to $3
with the right quality
50c to $1.00
Classy models that match up right .
with your wife's t (or girl's) new
bonnet. The latest shades and
shapes in both soft and stiff hats
are here for you.
Stetsons $4 and $5
Others $2 to $3.SO
t T 'S
The built-for-wear kind
that stand a lot of use
and keep your feet
from quality leather by
Regals $4 - $8
Other $2.50 to $3.00
All these Easter Stocks are, now at their finest. Step in and see jhem. It's a real
pleasure to show such goods.
North piatte, Haiccourt Clothing Co.,
PRESIDENT ASKS STATE
OF WARJE DECLARED
UIHJKS THAT UMTK1) STATUS AC
TIVIJIA CO.Ol'KKATK WITH
T1I12 ALUM) l'OWEltS
'I'll f ..UlMl 111 11
I' o mi of Unit omul
Last, nik'ht Prosldent WlUnn
catigirwiR to tloolnro stnto of wnr ox-
iHiiiiK uenvoen tuo unltoil stntos nml
aornmny. This notion followed Uio
rocoljit of nows tollInR of tho tor
poxloliiR of tho Aztec, un Amorlcnn
nrnicd ship londod with a cargo of
food atllff Olid tho first, nrninil Amnrl.
can vossol to ontor tho wnr zono. Sov-
orni Ainoricnna nro roportou. to hnve
lost tholr Hvofl dion tho voasol wont
In his nxldross hofctr tlm inlnt ens.
slon of congress tho prcaidont said
wnr with Uormnny woitld lnvolvo prac
tical co-oi)oratlon Willi ihn
monts nd nt wnr with Gornmny. ln-
uiuuing imorui iinnnclnl credits. Ho
urged tho nilslnir nf nnn.nnn mnn n.i
unlvorsnl mllltnry service Tho pros-
iiium mnuo u ciour uiat no action wna
bolng tnkon against tho Austrian gov
ernment nnd tho other nations nlHcd
Innnedlntoly after the prosldont loft
tho cnpltol tho houso nn sonnto re
convened and un Identical Joint reso
lution was Introduce! In linth i,r.ncw.
doclnrlnir tho oxlRtnnpn nf n otntn i
Han and directing Uio prosldont to
employ nu tho resources of tho coun
try io carry on wnr against tho Im
tho conflict to a successful conclusion.
ino resolution rends as follows:
"ttosolvod by tho soimfn nnil li
nf rnmnt.ati(nHirnN P 41. n..li. I'm. .
w& i uui uaoiiLiiii vit.n i iiii iiiiiriii Nrnrna
of America In congross nsaomlilolj that
omiu i war ooiwcen Ainorica and
tho lmnorlal Oorm fill trnvnrntnnn f
JIYIITLK SIcCLKLLAN NOW
SKKKS A DIVOIICE.
Jlvrtlo McClollan. who during tho
pnsryoar1 has llgurod oxtonslvely in
tho county niul district courts, yestor
day lod n potltlon for dlvorco from
Edwiml AlcClollnn to whom sho was
married In Kenrnov .lmm jmi 1007
Sho alleges that sho haa atwnys con
ducted horsolf as an obetllent Wlta and
mat ior two yours provlous to 1908 sli
Wn Sllblcct to OXtrnmn nminltv frnm
tho dofondnnt, who was nlso an habit
ual tfrunlcnrd. Sho nsks that tho court
annul tho ninrrlnpo nml trivn Mm
custody of the child Uouliih, ago four-
luun, 10 uio ninmiiaa mother Mrs.
Anna Jameson, of Amhorst.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
j. lj. Wllllcnr la flnmil1lin tlifn urnnlr
-- ' wJ.w........e, v.t.a tvuvtv
mflth Sholton rolntlves.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wolbnch visited
Sunday lu Cozad with frlonds.
MlSS Marv Cnilcln nnnnl Rlliulnv ivltli
hor slstor Mr. Hogg, In Pnxton.
Mrs. John Schrnm and baby return
ed Sunday evening from St. Cnthw-
Ino'a hospital In Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Garard aro re
joicing over tho urrlvnl of a baby girl
at thoir homo yesterday morning;.
Arthur Tramp hns begun tho con
struction of a modom bungalow on
tho 800. block on wost Third street
Mrs. Bert Drown, of Schuyler, for
merly Miss Ituth McGulro, is visiting
hor paronts Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Mc
Gulro. Largo Grey Gooso eggs tor buIo;
also lilack Lnngshan roostorg for snle.
Mrs. Georgo Snydor, box 101, Max
Goo. M. Smith resumed hla duties
as stoward at tho Elks' club Sunday
arter four montliB employment at tlio
A son wns born yostordny morning
to Mr. and Mrs. Jamos Chlldorson, of
TrVOll. nt tho Nlirnn llrnwn li
! and died shortly after birth.
miss uortruuo Maytham, of Omaha,
inu iiujiuriui uorman governmont,' ,', 11U1U'- "ibb. 01 uint cuy,
Which llnw honn flirunt imn,, lm Tir.it I Will arrlvo on Wcdnosdav fnr Mm Tllv-
ed States IR horoby formally declared; I on-ConlIn wedding. Miss Mnythnm Is
ivmi mat mo prosldont bo and islu "
herosby authorlze'd and directed' to ' B J Vnndorhoof. who recently sub-
iiiiiuuuuiu Hiups 1101 only to put """-'w iu i'iumi ut mo juy
Mm prvtmfrv nu n HmM.i.i, i llORnltal. U'llu nliln tn tnbr, nr. liln ,1..
tho country on a thorough stnto of
uiuuiiHu, uui aiso 10 oxort all or Its
power a'nd omnlov all nf Ha
to carry on war against tho Imperial
v.urnmn government ami to bring tho
conlllct to a successful termination."
Tho resolution wna rnfnrrrl tn lm
foreign nffnlrs commlttcccs by lioth
houses nnd adjournment until today
followed soon nftnrwnrld Until on,T,
mlttoes meet this morning.
Tho monn tomnorafnm lnsf mnniii
was thlrty-tliroo degrees, compared
with forty-thrco last year, and 3R.0 1"
grcsa ns tho normal for tho month.
Tho lowest tomnerntiiro ivn Mitao
nhovo zero, and tho highest olghty.
tno precipitation for tho month wns
1.48 inches compared IwIth one-fifth of
an Inch In March, 1910, and with
olghty-flovan ono hundredth of nn Inch
ns tho normal for tho month. The to
tal movement of wlml wna finoR mil
nnd tho highest velocity attained thlr-
rv-nvo muos nn nour. tiu data Is
obtalnobd from tho monthly sum
mary Issued by Observer Shilling.
W. L. Stevens, of Potior. Nnh n
profcsfior of schools for thirty voara.
nnd wiio recently pufforod a nnrvnnn
IfonVdown, Is ri ported somo ij,. 5r
nftor u week's stay nt tho Gon-vil
Tlnsnltnl. Ills son. TT. Rlnvonu. nn Pil-
Itor, Is with him.
ITaVO VOIir nnlntlncr. nnnnr linmrlmr
and decorating donQ now by Landgrnf
Iloga. Wo alBo do sign work. Phono
nik 692. iR-tf
William Ottoil. who hnil nnmlni-Wl
Tno Den in tho McDonald hank hulld.
lng for sovoral years, moved his lix-
tures. Saturday to tho building recent
ly vacated by tho First National bank.
TllO Hull Htlro rnnnlviwl n nnrlnnil
of orairgcs yostordny direct from Na-
11 I in.. y-i . . . .
uumu uuy. uai., tn snipper uoing w.
T. Banks, who Is now livinir in that
Twolvo innrrlnoro llnnnorvu worn lu.
sued during March and sovon couples
woro marriou uy uounty Judgo Fronch.
11 acres cuHlvnlvil Inml luTloliitmr
lils clly. Hiillnblo for Hiignr heels,
vcL'cfnlilcH. cfc. inn
loin liny land six miles fioullitvVst of
lotvn.. IfoiiNes, rooniK, Nlorngo fijmco
nnd nf deposit boxes. Se
Hit ATT. HOOD.MAN & IHirKLIIY.
hospital, wub ablo to tako up Ills du
nes in i no acnr yostoniay morning.
Mrs. Georgo Song and Mrs. W.
O'Noll. of Torro Hnuto, mother and
sister of Mrs. John DoRolf. camo n
fow days ago to apend a fortnight
MIsb Florence Stroffreggan of Ooth
onhurg. Bpont tho week end 'horo visit
ing her brolhor Edwarvl Stofrpggau
and nttbndihg tho teadiors' coiivontlon.
Miss Janet White, fonnorly of tho
Wilcox candy department, began work
In tho Tomplo offlco yostordny moni
Ing. Sho Is succeeded by hor slater
Miss Gladys White
A bridal dinnor party Tor Miss Har
riet Dixon nnd Dr. Conlin lh dated for
April 9th nt tho homo of Mrs. Thos.
Healoy. Tho hostesses aro: Mrs.
T. IJcaloy. Mra. Seoborgor, Mrs. Stono,
Mrs. L. "Wulkor, Mrs. Crosslor njid
Mrs. Dr. Wai'tolo. ,
Wanted About 1000 head of cattlo
to pnsturo. 35c por month. Address
Box 412, North Platto. Nobr. 19-tt
Tho Doano College Gleo Club was
ono of tho big features of tho Wost
Contral Toachors' Association -which
mot horo last wcok. To say that thoy
plonsod is putting it too mildly. Thoy
gave nn hour -program Just prccodlng
uio luuiuro y juugo lion Llndsoy, and
wlion their hour was ovqr wo wished
that a wholo ovoning could havo boon
given to each attraction. They nro a
manly bunch of young follclttb who
know how to ontortaln. Tho violinist,
Mr. Hlady, and tho reader. Miss Sgott.
woro both artists in thoir linos.
Money (o loan on real osliito. No
delay If clenr title. Can return after
a lenn of yearn or monthly muuo ns
HKATT. OOOlnrAX & ItUCKLfiY.
W. J. O'Connors
5, 10 AND 25c STORE,
We have been able to secure only a limited amount
of Cane and Millet seed, and it will be ncscssary for
you to place your order early if you are in the mar
ket for either of these arlicles. We will also have
Alfalfa, Sweet Clover, Seed Corn, Seed Oats and oth
er seeds. ,
" Place your written order now and be sure you.
will get the goods.
Leypoldt & Pennington,
Phone 99 East Front and Silber Ave.
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