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USTItlA-HlNUKY IS KKAIY
FOH I'KAl'K XHGOTIATIOXS.
V -erday the Au9trln-llungary gov
ernment requested tho Swedish gov
ernment to send to President Wilson a
note tlint it is ready to enter upon
peace negotiations and arrange an
armistice. This, note, in part roads as
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
TODAY'S WAK XKWS
IX SHOUT I'AHAOKAl'HS.
xkws imrr thk hovr
WHO A KB IN THE SKKYICB
The business, njen ot Sutherland ' - " ,
agreed not to turn back their clocks, A,lf,trl rei,l1c? to u.V,!wl 9tut?
laet Sunday, believing that In so doing ; w"h agreement to neottatt separate
they cfii far? light and fuol. l'"" r,Ueflf ofther anles;,
The kaiser accept resignation ot
Four cylinder car for sale cheap. 1 Conoral Luctondorff which London
Inquire at the Overland Oarage. S3 , 10pxilarly brieves means Germany's
ti,0 '.!. f i. u ninthnr. for- acceptance of the allles's terms of
IUIIOi no tfciiiuuio yi i i I . t ft t
"Consequently, Austria-Hungary ac- merly of this city, who cllod in uan-. "'""Blu
ccpts all tho conditions tho president ville. 111., tiro expected to arrive hero, Tho relchstag places iUltnr com
has laid down for the entry into nogo- today for interment. 1 mwlr under control of civil govern-
S'oZacle SslstclodingVS:' For ""-Furnished roome for "arwt revolt breaks out In Bul.iet
(.rnmnni. tn M, i.nHnnine nf thoao ne- f8t LlB"th 8treot- Maximilian Harden. German editor.
pn.,ii,ntni. P.i Hnmiitnn sni.i n An- snys Germauv bogan war with dirty
government declares Itself ready, in cil Peterson yesterday the Hall tract t-rlcks nnd blames ruin of empire on
Kaiser says he will not abdicate, but
f wllllnsr tr lie horedltnrv mnnnrnh of
Jiangc lor sale, mono neu on.
eminent, to the beginning of those ne
gotlatlons. Tho Austro-Hungarlan
consequence, without awaiting the re- of land south of Welltleet which he
suit of other negotiations, to enter in- purchased last week. .
CapUi'n Victor Halltfau hae been
trauefcired from Ft. Sill, Ofela.. to
LoOn Spriuga, Texas. i
Russell Langford la new enroute
for oversea service, having embark
ed about ten days ajo.
Tho paronts of Lieut. Percy Schott
.received, a cablegram Sumjay an
nouneltiK his safe arrival at an Eng
lish port .
.Harry Ueogle, formerly of this city,
will be called into sorvlce within n
few day . For some time past he, has '
been in the central part of the state.
to negotiations upon peace between
Austria-Hungary and the states In the
opposing group for an immediate
armistice upon nil Austrla-Hungar
Harry Jones, who had been visiting
his parents for a few days, returned
ian fronts. It asks President Wilson to Lincoln this morning. He is at
to be so kind to begin overtures on the tending tho military vocational school
subjeet." nt Cotner university.
The Austrian noto is dated October
28th at Vienna and Is signed by Count
Julius. Andrassy, the now foreign
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Dies of Iuniieii7.ii
Edwin wedeberg, employed as a
fireman on tho road, died at five
o'clock last evening of influenza at a
rooming house on north Locust street
He contracted the disease ten days
ago, but feeling Improved made a trip
on the road. This caused a relapse
Friday which resulted In death seventy-two
hours later. The deceased
came hero about three months ago
frcm Clarks, Neb., and to that place
the body will be taken for Intorment.
His. paronts wore with him when dis
A bulletin received by the local
1mnii1 trwllnrtrna Hint Mm q n an nrwl rul '
rcpubic or like king
Trniice cr Belgium. I
Revolt Fort'iding in Croat'a, many,
killed in riots.
It Is" learned from a German source
ihn Field Marshal Von Hlndenburgi
v lll rrde" Gnernl Ludendorff to ap-'
Cards received Sunday announced
the nnlval oversoas of Company E,j
Cnptuln Uolfe HnlllKan and the other
of England, North Platte commissioned and non-1
loommlssUned officers. I
ponv before a court martial.
The German armies have begun a
shipment of Lincoln county men to ,.ow retreat, this time betwen the Olso
lamp e.earney, vau., may ueeojuo ui- i-. u,c Alsne.
fective the early part of November. I 1
Rexall Cold Tablets. A safe and re-
liable remedy. Sold only
REXALL DRUG STORE.
Sir. M. J. Calhoun claims that the
reason he had not bought his quota of,
Fourth T.Hmrtv nniulu hnfnrn tlio
The assets of the Mutual Building jIomo Guards called upon him. wns
and" Loan Association has reached tho that ho had been up In McPhorson '
one million dollar mark. Outside of ,t.0l-nty digging a crop of potatoes fori
Omaha and Grand Island no assocla- px VVceks and had Just returned Frl-
tion in mo state uoing a strictly nome day. the same evening that we called
busincsb ha. so largo assets. , upon hm anrt tlml hiUj arrive,i j
Liggctts Chocolates. Every bite a town that dav after the banks had
new delight. Sold only at THE REX
Detention Hospital Opens.
The detention hospital on tho second
floor of the firo station will be opened
today for the reception of Spanish flu t aou Harvey won I tc Omaha yesterday
panents. six or -seven puuuius, w" afternoon
navo neen connneu to oeu in rooming
closed. This Is information that tho
Committee did not have as wo were
tide" thr Impression Mr. Calhoun
bad re!ucd to Hi.- of the Committee,
vhlcli appears not to be the case.
v make this explanation in Justice
Mrs. Clara VanDoran went to Oma
ha Saturday and the following day
submitted to an operation. Yesterday
a message was' received stating that ta ir ('iHiniiu
, iiur mnaitJui was very critical. Her j.IISERTY LOAN COMMITTEE
i Hots are Mischievous.
houses will be removed to this hos
pital and given proper medical treat
ment and nursing.
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llcrilicld Reaches Commission.
Br. J. B. Redfleld has received his
commission as first lieutenant In tho
Warm clothing, warm bedding will Tor several nights past boys In the
keep away sickness. Special prices "lrst wf'l '"'vo been mischievous as
on everything. E. T. TRAMP & SONS u destructive. At me h. 4n.
T. , , . 4Pnnn. p.i Premises thov" pulled up all the
Uncle Sam is short 5 000 tons cf t n cabbage and cher late vegetables and
and has aaked the Red Cross to help rurrleil some nvnv. also tearing down
him get It. Consequently, every firm the fence At tho Pushnir... ;,onse Ulcy
II. III! I 1111 V llllllkllllllll I iLMIMl Iff Ml tl! tnHn n 1 1 i
ioXrlW V f tiU Un,C1V! f0" "S1 -ts'are reuorted Mother VolS:
V?-"IL"1,. ,r' ?J,Ju L : collapalblo, tubes, and all other artl- (i,,C08. The pDlIco lnvp boe -notified
bnWnlSlr. "WSSuSl! dms' n,,,, WlU -tchnjlie boys.
Hinc Ordered Flu Vaccine.
City Physician, Redfleld telegraphed
for a supply ot "flu vaccine, from tho
Mayo Bros, clinhj. A"telegi;am, re
ceived yesterday- stated tliat the order
would be fllllcd" aff soon as possible.
wrnteu. as tney contain nut a inning P .,,,. and hosc silpors. Bo
per cent ol tin. rntn'r-inii'p r0r n little money. E. T.
Exporf Ford repairing at Eighth and TRAMP & SONS.
and Loqust, Phono 152. . Will, and Robt. Finney, ot Evanston,
Mrwianil-Mrs'EV Hcnckel, -'of Salt in town," coming here to attend
Lake, and Mr. , and Mrs. H P. Hen- ,he funeral -of their brother-in-law L.
ckel, of this city, returned Thursday
It Is understood that the demand for, evoning from McCook where they were
the vaccine is very heavy.
New colors in yarns. If you are in-
Uresied in knitting you'll be pleased
F T TRAMP & SONS.
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.a brother of the two ladles. Death
was due to Influenza
was known to nnny
Wanted A partner, with small cap
ital, in an established business in
North Platte, willing to work, oxper-
Tlie deceased lence no; necessary. Trillers need
Vor'h Platte u- . l swer Address XX Tribune office
Who Put the U. S. Into Union. Suits
MUNSI3NGWEAR comes the answer from millions
of Union Suited Americans.
The makers of Munsingwenr so far as is known were the
first manufacturers of knit' union suits in a large way.
Their determination to produce an
undergarment so faultless in fashion,
fabric, finish and fit, so lasting in
union-suit satisfaction, so comfort
giving, has brought a natibn wide
endorsement and demand requiring
more than 30,000,000 garments an
nually. Into each Munsingwear garment is
woven or knit an unvarying quality,
washability, perfection of fit and
When you say Munsingwear you get
the culmination or underwear comfort
No ill-fittiug, scratchy irritating slip
up and pull down undergarments, but
soft, snug-fitting union suits, comfort
able to every twist and turn of the
Munsingwear is underwear ascend-v
It meets every test of hard service, it
laughs at the laundry. It's a worujer
in the wear as well as the wash and
it's economical, too. In all styles,
sizes and fabrics for all ages.
UR Stock of Fall and Winter Munsingwear
is wailing lor you. Lome in today and choose
from the variety of styles and fabrics. It's a 100 per
cent right all the way through, Buttons too.
Wilcox Department Store
Lawrence Murrlu left tho latter part
of the week for Chicago whore ho will
enlist as a Red Cross truck driver.
Ho had previously gono to Oninha and
successfully passed tho examination.
Walter Ellis, formerly of the North
Platte Moral Cc. who has been In a
training camp at. Louisville, K. will
this week receive his commission as a
lieutenant in the Held artillery,.
Sorgt. Harris Stunrt, who Is on de
tached service as a recruiting ofllcor,
spent Saturday and Sundny in town
recruiting men for tho tank service.
He secured several recruits.
Elmer Campbell, who was formerly
with the J. S. Davis Co. and regis
tered In this city, has been notified to
report at the Kelly Field aviation
Sam Macey, formerly with the Hen-
dy-Oglor Co., Is now wardmnstor nt
tho 'base hospital at Ft. Riley, while
George Macoy is at Camp Pike,
Ark Both had bad cases of the Hu
but nrd convalescing.
Leslie Hare, who passed the exam
ination in Denver two weoks ago for
the aviation service, received notice
Sundny to roport within ten days at
Kolly Field, Toxas. Ho will leavo the
hitler part cf this week.
Lieut. Roy Ames writes from Camp
McClollan. Alabama, that at tho time
time of writing ho with others wero
ready to ontrain for a point of em
barkation and that he was a member
of the advanced aero Hquad.
Word has been received by Mrs. M.
E. Boskoskle that her boh Floyd, who
was very sick with pnounionla ntl
Camp Leo, Va.. Is convalescing. At!
ono timJMt was. reported that ho had
diod. M"rB.. Bo3koskie left as stf&n as
possible for Camp Lee.
Peter G. Meyer, son of Paul G.
Moyor who is in the army vocational
training school nt Manhattan, Kans..
arrived homo Sunday on a short fur
lough. Peto Is well pleased with the
icrvict'. Ho says there have been hun
dreds of cases of llu In the school, but
very f'v deaths.
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CITY AJfl) COUNTY XKWS.
Work of Amrrlctiu Troops.
The American army In lea UMtn k
month hs liberuted more than fnfty
flre village and advanced to an aver
age depth of ten mile, freeing 105
square miles qf territory. In the of
fensive thB -Amer!t!kna -have copturod
more than 20,000 prisoners.
The Anioricnne attacked on a front
of twenty mllee from the Argonne to
the Moue. and tho ndvnnco lirts been I
made in the face of nhnost unsttr-'
mouutablo difficulties due particular-'
ly to the nnturo of tho ground, which j
it covered with hills, deep rnvlnoe and
,Tho advance has boon particularly
difficult becauso tho Germans hnve
stubbornly reslstod ovory foot of the
way and havo used more than thirty
threo divisions on the twenty mile
Since September 26 the Americana
havo tired inoro than 2,500,000 sholls,
tho number nt times reaching as high
as 150,00 dally. The guns used In
cluded a great number of heavy ones
also captured from tho enemy.
American aviators and nnti-aircraft
guns in the porlod slnco Soptembor 27
havo brought down 230 onomy mn
ehlnoB and twonty-thrco onomy bnl
Ioouh, desptto ndverso flying condi
tions and bad weather at tlmos.
01tUAMZATI() ('(KMl'LIITKl) FOR
WAR WORK (WMPAIotf.
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Commencing Monday, November lib.
wo will not delllver unv nnlorM thai
amount io loss than five dollars. We
feel sure tluu this system will be hot.
tor for tho trmlo and will enable us
to render belter service.
Itl'SII MKRCANTlIii: CO.
Lincoln county line been sn'eeUv&ly.
and strongly organized for tho united
war work campaign whloli begins
November 11th and onds November
ISth, during which Lincoln county 1st
expected to subscribe $19,903. C. Ok
Wclngnnd Is county chairman, D. Mt
LoypohH county campaign director
and the oxocutlvo conunittoo consist
of Carl Simon. L. C. CnrrolU II . AS
DnnolBon. .1. II. Stono, Mrs. Y. All
Hlnnian and Miss Iorotta Murphy. Wit
H. Mnlouuy is city chairman. The!
slogan adopted by the uommltteo lai
' We are going ovor the top," and
with the comity organized as It ha
been no difficulty should bp exper
ienced in going over mo top. ,
Campaign Director Leypoldt Is now
getting rondy to send out n largo ami
hniHlsotne line of illustrated poster;
and thousands ot pamphlets of di
Dr. Morrill. Denilnt-
MIss Maude SImms, aged twonty-1
nine, daughter ot tho Into Howard
SImms, living eighteen miles south ofj
town, died suddenly Sunday. ;
Havo you battery repaired and ro-'
charged nt Eighth and Locust, phono
00 sheep, 20 mixed cnttlo, 4 horsoa.
2 mules. Those sheep will thrlvb otr
tno waste fVom the ordlnnry farm.
88-2 O. H. THOELECKE.
Ford Worm Drive Truck
Plows, Tandem Discs, Dribbs Packers
Repairs for all machinery here described on hand.
Hendy-Ogier Auto Co.,
TRUCK AND TRACTOR AGENCY.
207-21 E. Fourth St., North Platte, Nebr.
Thi- county commissioners wore in
Borsn " yesterday transacting gonorai
A pi o assortment of Jersey dresses
last .1-rived. K. T, TRAMP & SO?
Dr Dent rojiorts tho arrlvirl of a
hov I'.ihy Monday morning at tho
homo nf Mr. and Mrs. Raymond New
man Il.i 1 your Ford magneto recharged
V on It will start easier. Wittnian
Batten- Service Station. Eighth and
Loi iM .
Rexall Grip Pills Provonts colds
and La Grippe. The REXALL STORE
John IJ. Edwards went to Omaha
Saturday and returned tills morning
with Mrs. Edwards and children.
They will occupy tho Mungcr house.
Our garment dopartmont was never
better. JNow merchandifio arriving
dally. Cut prices, alterations frc'o. do
m:t fail to see us. E. T. TRAMP &
Fur Quick Sale List your Farm and
Cil) Properly wilh the II. & S.
Charley Hilliker, son of Mr. and
Mrs. II . V. Hilliker formerly of this
city, now in service in France, was
both wounded and gassed, but Is now
Stop that cough now Elkoy's White
Pine. Tar aud Wild C mrrv Cnnirh
Syrup. Sold at THE REXALL STORE
Rev. Titus Lowo and Rev. Jeiiks,
both of Omaha, arrlvod last night and
wore present at a mooting hold at tho
Presbytorlan church nt eight o'clock
this morning whon phases of tho uiii-
thc v ar work societies drive wore dis
For quick action And satisfactory
nlo list your land with Tbnclccke. ff
II. O. Oatorman, field secretary ot
the Lincoln Highway, arrived last
evening and will spend n day of two 1
in town. With him aro Georgo Wolz,
o' i romont, Btato consul, Mr. Sniythe.
lu ad of tho Nebraska Automobile As
ic elation nid Mr. Buoll, a good roads
OiitliusiaBt of Cedar Rapids, la. Tho
pirty Is enroute enst.
ilexall Cold Tablets. A safo and re
li Me rompdy. Sold only at THE
F'XALL DRUG STORE.
lomor Rector, mall, carrier for tho
t ond of the city, will resign soon
accopt employment with tho rail
I conipnny. Miss Gusslo Splckor
. Is learning the routo with the ob
of )ecomlng tha carrier. In tho
nco of men applicants for such
inlons, PostmuHter McEvoy- w)ill
fow exceptional bargains In Bec
'iand Fords. Houdy & Oglcr Auto
A nice new bunalo on casl Fifth street $3,500.00
Good 8 room dwelling house, close in on
W. 5th street. Full modern. Cheap at $4,000.00
Good 6-rooni dwelling on North Side $2,250.00
Easy terms on any ol these bargains.
Plan Now for Winter Months
FOR THE STOCK
We carry chops, molasses feed, bran, shorts,
salt, tankage, cotton cake, chicken feed, hay and
and all kinds of grain. Highest market price paid
for hogs and grain at our elevator.
Leypoldt & Pennington
PHONES 99 OR 206
o n 1 1
TO VACCINATE AGAINST BLACKLEG
SIMPLE :: SAFE :: EFFECTIVE
No doo to inaaiura. No liquid to spill. No strlnc; to ret
Simply a little pill to ba Inlactad miliar tha akin f
Wrltu fur (rue lkx.kkton"IIUcHcBrJ Haw tol'rvvent It"
iimi, FOR SALE BY tmammmamm
Stone's Drug Store.
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