The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, June 25, 1918, Image 5
ALL MEN OVEIt 10 - , MUST KEGISTER TODAY. ua Begins July 6th and Lasts Six Days7 In ovory county In the United States all mon over sixteen years of ago must fregldtor today tho numbor regis tering will run into uinnyinUllIoiis. In Lincoln county tho registration in tho precincts will take placo at tho school, liousos, while In North Platto you can'i-cgistor at tho pbstotflce, ,or the regular polling places In tho Second, Third and Fourth wards ior World-Famous Cathedral -GAoir to he Heard b -1 FRANKLIN'S One of Ralph Dunbar's Big Successes . DOUBLE SPECTACLES, Chautauc hrur OLD FASHIONED BIFOCALS 7 on" )i -t. v. r u eriecmon jiytokiglasses) WE GRIND OUR OWN LENSES HARRY DIXON & SON OPTOMETRISTS NORTH FfLATTE, NEBRASKA CIT AND COUNTY NEWS. Rev.- Shoemaker, wife and baby of Hershey are visiting in town enrouto nome xrom St Louis. Mrs H. B. Tuffenback, o Tulsa, Okla., who nad, bean visiting at the Schell homo left yesterday. - , Mrs. J. I. Smith and daUhters Helen and Hazel left last nlgltt for JUlclilgan to visit Harry Smith. Benjamin Johnson, of Horshey, the Junior County Leader, was In town yesterday Inspecting war gardens. The Relief Corps social will bo hold at the home of Mrs. Edmund Dickey, 821 E. 3rd street, Friday afternoon. Miss Mabel McVlcker, of Lexington, spent the week end here on' business connected with her millinery shop. Mrs. Mary Eldor who has been visit . ing relatives in Wyoming for several weeks is expected homo in a few days. The teachers' ' examination will be hold Friday and Saturday, Juno 28th and 29th, at North Platte and Wallace. J. B. Hayes left yesterday morning for Omaha after visiting bis wifo and children who are spending the summer here. ' ' . ' Miss M. Sleman, steam baths and Swedish Massage, ladles .and gentle men. Phono 897. Brodbeck bldg. 85tf Mr. and Mrs. Nlckerson, of Omaha, are visiting the Salisbury home -while Mr. SNlckerson is attending federal court. Chas. H. Smith, a teacher In tho schools at Noxon, Mont?, is visiting his parents -who reside a few miles of town Lillian and,1 GertrutV Llpshltz of Fremont, arrived yesterday to spend a two weeks vacation at the home pf L. Llpshltz. Miss Marion. Lawson, of the Tramp grocery department, left a- few days ago for Iowa to visit relatives for a fortnight i Mrs. Jennie McKay and sons Robert and Donald left yesterday for Suther land to enend tho summer on tlio ' Hunter farm. Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Wilcox returned Sunday from Aurora, Nebr., where they attended tho funeral of Mrs. Wilcox's mother. The P. E. 0. will meet with Mrs. E, S. Davis tomorrow afternoon. wanieu a iauy to cook Tor a family. No bouse work. Inquire at Aictibe Hotel. Mrs. Percy Thornburg has accepted a position in tho Union Pacific yard office wost of town, and,will assume uer amies tins woeKj,jf, , Mlfcr- Gertrude Williams ' has "ro- turnud td her homo in New Mexico after spending several weeks with her cousin miss wiua liauclio. Mrs. Kate Daly and daughter Mrs. WKlbor- Meyers, of Ogdcn, formerly of this citv are exnentwl lmr thin week to visit relatives while enrouto Home from Omaha. Mrs. Georgo McKay who has been employed at the Leader for a year past resigned Saturday ovonlmr. Shn will bo succeeded by-Mrs. Roso Garrison, rormoriy with tho Dickey cfonfec tionery. County Commissioner Springer, of T" .1 1 . . . - - urauy, wno nau neon visiting Ills mother in Philadelphia for a "month, returned home Friday. He came to town VCsterdaV tY at.tonil tlln una a Inn a of the board of equalization. Mr, and Mrs. R. H. Fowles arrived from southern California the latter part of last week and will remain here during tho summer. Whilo hero Mr. Fowles will devote tho time to look ing after his varied businss Interests. Among those In town attending the term of federal court are U. S. Marshal Flynn and District Attorney Allen, of Omaha, Attorneys F. A. Wright and T. M. Morrow, of Scotts iiiuff, Attorney W. H. Miles of Sidney and A. Holzmark, of Gothenburg. Mrs. Byron Oborst and daughters Annabello and Virginia have returned from a visit in Omaha. While there Mrs. Oberst was visited by her hus band Lieut Oberst whilo enrouto to Camp Perry, Ohio, where he Is at tending a special, off Icors' rifle school. Five additional drums;'and one ad ditional bugle woro ordered for the Home Guards 'drum corps tho latter part or last week. This completes tho equipment for twenty drummers and twelvo buglers. Tho corps Is prnc ticing several times each week and getting In fine shape. North Platto can won take pride In its drum and bugle corps. at tho store room in tho Masonic building. It is not necessary that you register In tho ward whoro you ilvo, you can do so at tho most convenient place. However, do not neglcctfto reglsteV, and register as early In the day as possible ' . ::o:: Wnlkcr-relcrson Wedding. Miss Lorotta Walkor was united In marrlago Sunday to James Peterson at tho home of her V&ronts jjr anj Mrs. Conrad Walkor. The wedding was solemnized at high noon In tho pres ence of tho rolatlVes of the contracting parties. Tho brido woro a very becoming gowh. of whlto silk and carried a bouquet of roses. Thoy wore attended by Gertrude Sheffield, sister of tho bride and Georgo Peterson. Aftor tho ceremony a dinner was served to tho twonty-fivo guests. Tho brldfl won hnrn nml rnlan1 Jn this city and attended tho North Platto sohools. Tho crom Is tho son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Peterson .of Inavale, Nob. Ho owns a largo cattlo ranch in Arthur county and has boon very suc cession . Many useful and valuable presents woro received, among them ono thous and dollars an dtwo hundred and fifty and dollars and two hundred and (fifty Mr. and Mrs. PotfirRnm lim nn nn evening train for the oast and will bo at uorau' to tnoir irionds at Glenroso, after August 1st. They have the best wishes of their many friends. Now Arlcrnft Picture "Tlio Llo to be Shown Here. The sacrifice by' a young woman of her haniDincss to hilva Mm h family threatened by the act of her erring .sister, rorms the basis of "Tho um," tno new Artcraft picture starring Elslo Ferguson, which Is to bo dis played at tho Crystal thoatro next Thursday and Friday. The superior excellence of this photoplay, coupled with the prominence of Miss Ferguson In' Iier' chosen field, rimmnnaa -win in. suro enormous business at Manngor uarmans nouae, during this display. ::o:: Alien Women Should Register. German alio years of ago must register before to morrow night or they will bo liable to bo interned. Tho orrfnr tnr tMa tratlon comes direct from the federal government and must not bo disregard ed. Wives and daughters of alien mon who registered several weelcs ago are subject to tho prose'nt regis tration. Tho nlnoo f rwW at the bostoffico Where or from ivlifnn you receive your mall. ::o:- Invadors JtoUro In Disorder. On the Italian frnnt tlm Aniatrlnn army lias been, forced to rotlro in dis- uruer. xne nrst pnase or tlio Austrian drlvo has liftpn nndnil wltli ifhn v...vu " " V vs.w UUIIIJ at a positive disadvantage An estim ate places the Altatro-Hnnirn rlnn ) lossesW 180,000. , Tho Germans-are nnw niBhlnir mon' to ItalV In the bono of TnnlHru ihn second phase of the battle less dis astrous than was the first Chautauqua Patrons to Hear Bell-Ringers Ralph Dunbar's Quartette and Bell Ringers to Open Program : :o: Will Lay Corner Stone. The cornr stone of tho now Lutheran church will be laid next Sunday at three o'clock. Rev. S. H- Yerlan, of Omaha, president of tho Synod of Ne braska will give the address and local uiojTtjymon nave oeen inviteu to taKei part in the service. A large attend ance or Lutheran church people and others are expected. THE UNIVERSAL CAR EVERY FARMER NEEDS A Ford One-Ton Truck Every farmer at this time of the year has under consideration the way he can most cheaply bring his grain, hogs, etc., to market return with coal for the winter, flour, feed, lumber and bran. The Ford Worm Driye Truck is the one that is solving the problem, cost of up-keep unusually low and the greatest service the Truck world knows (FORD SERVICE.) Priced at North Platte $659.32 Your order must be placed at once to insure delivery HENDY-0GIER AUTO CO. Phone 34 Corner 4th ancLDewey Albln Scott, of Kearnnv. v!hH1 friends In town yesterday. He has re ceived his appointment to the military academy at West Point and will leave for there tho latter part of this week. 'Over the Top," a picturlzation of Guy Empey's book, with a well do fined plot Interlaced, was shown at the Sammy Girls' theatre Friday and Saturday evenings. Owing to a de lay in receiving tho fllma, but ono show coujd be given Friday evening and this lnterferred with the- attend ance, though a good Blzed audience was present Saturday evening attendance was largo. Tlio film cost $100 por night, but the net rocelpts considerably augmented tho caBh In tho Sammy Girls' strong box. Scones surrounding beautiful Lake Goorce are shown In "Ontwittwi" 41,0 forthcoming Metro wondorplay starring-wonderful Emily Stevens, to bo soon at the Sammy Girls theatre on Thursday. There tho lnvn twoeir Nan (Miss Stevens) and Billy uonu luario 'oxo) wero taken, and this picturesque locality makes Just tho rlcht sort Of hanlnrrnnrwl fnr- budding romance in "Outwitted." In one of tho magnificent rooms in tho house of Larson fnlavivl uvnTiir Currlor) a celobrated painting, "Por trait of a Lady," by "William Chase, is seen, set into tho wall above tho great fireplace. Tho (use of a dictaphone Is cleverly brought into the Btorv of "Outwitted." The audionco sees tho consnlratora nlnnn ii ina....nn . . M w.-ts ..lout UlUU.lt WllOrft thn vlrMm'a nwn nm..1n ..m . " ' . TVlStUO Will. lV- tray him. By means of clover slgnall- iuk aim teiopiione communication his secret thoughts aro told by Nan (Emily Stevens) posing as tho "vollcd-pro-photess." Tho History of German Intrigue, Diplomacy and Douhlo Dealing. J 1 ' ' The story of "My Four Years In Germany" written by Ambassador James W. Gerard, which will be shown at tho Sammy Girls theatre next Friday and Saturday with two performances doily, 7:30 and 9:00 ip. m. is tho filmed version of tho actual experiences of our Ambassador at tho court of tlio Kaiser during his four years ln Berlin; and It is said that this production Is exceptionally well made and founded upon fact, NOT FICTON. Throughout tho making of tho film Mr. Gerard was In closo touch with William Nigh, who directed tho produbtion, and tlio scenes and details wero staged -with painstaking care in every detail. Nothing will so clarl-, fy ln tho minds of tho people the' reason why America is at war with tho autocratic dictator of Europo as a' clear and lucid .tale of hidden forces! working for tho downfall of America j and tho forces of democracy. Tho re- J suit of the Gorman inability to really ; understand America is clearly shown by tho Incidents which took placo In Germany before the war and In which our Ambassador, James W. Gerard, was involved. Tho wholo history of uorman intrigue, diplomacy and double dealing is said to bo disclosed ln an, interesting picturlzation of Mr. Gerard's book. "Wlion on October 25th, 1915, tho Kaiser shook his fist in tho face of Ambassador James "W. Gerard and told him that after tho war he would stand no nonsense from the United States ho did not realize that tho patience of Americans would soon reach the breaking point Tlio -wholo series of dncidonts tho plot and intri gue, th broken promises, tlio deliber ate disregard of all tho rights of a friendly nation in tfio tosano desire to rulo tho world Is shown in the motion- picturo reproduction! of "My Four Years in Germany." Tho whole page of history from tho Zabern in cident to tho gathering of tho Ameri can army over thoro Is shown. ::o:: Dr. "W. A, Walkor, government hog Inspector, who has occupied an offlco In tho Fedoral building for several wooks, received a mossago Saturday Btntlng that ho had received a com mission as second lieutenant and will leavo 'today for Chicago to take train ing in meat Inspection. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Peterson, who camp, to ftttend the wedding of thoir Bon,'James;reurncd to their homo at Inayalo, 'tfeb.. yesterday. Miss Mary Lacy, who -was In charge of tho Hub millinery, loft a few days ago for" Wymoro to visit tho homo folks for Bovoral weeks. Public Llbernry Notes. Thoro aro now 4,227 borrowers. Tho circulation of non-fiction Is doublo that of last year. Owing to tho great demand mag azines are now loaned for ono weok only. Government recipes may bo obtain ed froo from, tlio library. Theso recipes are being used with, great success by tho domestic science- classes. Tho copy of Gunnor Dophow denot ed by J. Wilson Is woll road by pat rons. Tho set of books donated by Ilobt. Armstrong aro a holpful addl tlon to tho mechanical department A shipment . of books to Camp li braries jvas mado last week. Thoro 1b a big demand for books by mon on tlia Moxlcan border. Lot your idle books jiol'p the eoldiors. Material of tho " Nelson Heading, courso in,, Business Economics is now o;i, hand. Tho Children's Hour ln tho library Is considered! a profitable recreation by many paronta. 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