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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 18, 1919)
THE 8EM1-WEEKLY TRIBUNE. NORTH PLATTE. NEBRASKA
1 View of the granaries ot Constunzu, the lloumuulnn Black sea port whore allied troops uro said to have landed.
E--General Pershing Inspecting a regiment of marines at Vallcndur, Germany. 3 One of the Eagle boats, of which
lovoral have been bent across tlio Atlantic by the navy.
COMMISSION TO FIX RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE WAR
'I'tio special commission appointed by tho delegates to the peace conference In Paris to ascertain the responsibility
for the war In here shown In conference. Secretary Lansing Is the fourth figure at tho right of tho table.
LEVIATHAN BRINGS BACK MORE MIDDLE WEST DOUGHBOYS
BRITAIN'S FAREWELL TO ADMIRAL SIMS
GEN. EDWARD B. WINANS
British nfllclulK and citizens vied with each othur In tho rousing "send-oll"
tendered to Admiral Sims, as he departed on the Mnurctanlu for homo In
America. The photograph show the presentation of pieces of plate to tho
admiral at the farewell luncheon at tho Savoy In London.
"KAMERAD" GUNS USED BY THE HUNS
The steamer Lfvlathnn bringing n lot mon middle western doughboys hack from Franco. The portraits nre ot
Brig. Gen. W. C. Itlvers of Tennessee (left), the ranking olllcer aboard, and Col. Robert Bacon, former ambassudor
KING AND QUEEN OF BELGIUM VISIT GENERAL PERSHING
King Albert and Queen Elizabeth of Belgium recently visited General Pershing nt his headquarters at Cluiumont,
France. The photograph shows General Pershing escorting the queen Into the headquarters building. King Albert Is
shown behind the queen, saluting.
. BRITISH AIR ATTACHE
Gen. Edward B. Wlnans of tho Thlr
ty-second division, composed of men
from Wisconsin and Michigan, photo
graphed at Bertha Krupp's famous
hunting lodge J Snyncck, Germany,
Ucnerai winans and tils stan uro
billeted at the lodge.
Besides the seventeen-year-old lo
cust, wo havo another bug duo In a
short time. The golf bug. About this
time ho can he found massaging tho
rust off his clubs and oiling up the
kinks In his wrists with mldlron, mash
to and putting prnctlco on the parlur
floor blanket, lie goes through more
motions than Ilnudlnl unbuckling him
solf loose from a straight-Jacket tux
edo, over what he calls "getting Into
form." "Form," In golf, Is a series
of tricks to mako one havo a hard time
of It trying to play a simple game,
At tho tlrst game "form" will leave
i him with a one-way ticket for parts
! unknown. ThAi ho will turn In a fnlr
i score after each gamo, providing ho
marks up tho strokes himself. At this
stanza of the year tho golf hug Is all
strung up Ilk a harp, wnltlng for tho
opening "sllco" of tho corntlcld pool
season. Qcno Ahern.
A Orolx do Guerre man of the American army, one of Ohio complement,
holding In his hands two "kumerad" guns which wero used effectively by Ger
mans in their "surrender" to American troops. Tho Gorman method was to
throw up their hands when encountering u small American force and to bring
the gun from concealment nnd Into play wheu the Yanks npprouched within
Took the Risk.
Parson Johnson, you hudn't ought
er swiped dat chicken, cause de deb
bit send It Just to tempt you, he did,
Johnson Well, sub, den do dcbbll
sho los' his chicken. -Boys' Life.
GERMAN CANNON FOR VICTORY LOAN , DRIVE
Brig. Gen. N. E. O. Charlton, the
tlrst nlr attache to arrive In this coun
try from England. Ho Is tho winner
ot the D. S. C., V. C. nnd C. N. G. nnd
Is an excellent pilot. Tho photograph
shows him nt Mlneoln, Long Island,
Just before he entered a Glenn-Martin
bombing plane to mako his first flight
In this country, which was from New
York to Washington.
Thumbmark- of the Blind.
It has come to tho knowledge of tho
after-care department at St.Dunstnu'8,
Itegent's park, N. W., that two or three
of their blinded men have been robbed
of their discharge paper by persons
getting hold of them through some
To prevent further Instances of this
menu offense, Sir Arthur Pearson has
arranged that when n blinded soldier
leaves St. Dunstnn's on tho completion
of his training, his thumbmurk will be
put on his dlschnrged papers, with a
Mumped statement below It declaring
It to bo tho thumbmnrk ot tho blinded
soldiers, who Is tho rightful owner of
tho papers. London Times.
Investigating Mound Area.
Dr. Clark Wlssler, of tho American
Museum of Natural Ulstory, spent part
pf last summer mnklng a reconnols
snnee of southeastern Indiana for the
purpose of determining how far west
the Ohio mound area extends. Ills
data will supplement the full and accu
rate map of mounds nnd earthworks
In Ohio prepared by Dr. W. T. Mills,
state archaeologist. Several now sites
were located for further exploration by
Seventy-nino German cunnou, which were surrendered under the armistice
terms, nrrlved In New York on the transport Westboro nnd will be distributed
to different cities, whero they will be exhibited to stir Interest In tho Victory
loan. Our photograph shows somo of tho "Little Lenas," sisters to "Big
Berthas" (In foreground), being loaded onto a lighter.
Y. M. C. A. THEATER HUT AT TRIER
The Fifty-first Pioneer infantry entertaining nt what was formerly tho
Fest hallo at Trier, Germany, hut which has been made over Into a "Y" theater
hut for tho soldiers of tho army of occapatlon.
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