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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 30, 1920)
THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE.
PROTECTING THE RE8CHSTAG BUILD ING IN BERLIN
CHICAGO TENANTS FIGHTING GRASPING LANDLORDS
tome guards and safety police with machine guns nnd grenades posted about the relchstag building in llerllu to
Iirotoct It from revolutionaries.
ONE OF THE WORLD'S LARGEST COALING STATIONS
The light or renters In Chicago against the extortionate rentals deinanded by owners of apartments, has devel
oped some picturesque results. Here are some of the tenants of one large building who have formed an association
to contest eviction proceedings to the limit. They have put In their windows the signs .shown.
TRAVELING SHOE SHOP FOR THE AMERICAN ARMY
The coaling station at Cristobal, I'annmn cannl zone, one of the largest In existence. Part of tho coal Is stored
under water. Coal can bo loaded here at tho rato of 1,000 tons an hour.
TOKYO SALVATION ARMY HALL OPENED
DICKENS' GRANDNIECE HERE
"Taking shoes to the cobbler" In the United States army. The doughboys with arms full of shoes are about
to deposit them In the traveling shoe shop for repair. Moved from post to post, this portable repair station keeps
the shoes of tho boys fit and strong and at a minimum cost.
VENDING FOOTWEAR IN AUSTRIA
HE SEEKS ARAB HEIRESS
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The elder statesman of Japan, Marquis Okunm, and Commissioner
Johannes Degroot, a visitor In the Far Hast, were among tho notables who
intended tho dedication ceremony of tho newly completed Salvation Army
liull In Tokyo, Japan.
FRITZ MUST HAVE HIS BEER DESPITE ICE
Mls-s M. G. Fitzgerald, known on tho
stage as Ava Gerald, who arrived In
N'ew York on tho Unltle from ling
land. She Is a coloratura soprano,,
who has achieved considerable fame
over there, and Is to marry John
Clark, a singer appearing at present
In the United States. Miss Fitzgerald
Is a grandnleco of Charles Dickens.
SAMUEL GOMPERS OF FRANCE
A common method of vending footwear in Austrln, where- the price of
wooden shoes rivals that of the best leather article a few years ago. Sus
pended over racks on a mobile stand, these crude articles fetch fabulous prices.
LARGEST MARINE BOILER OF ITS KIND
FAMOUS AUTHOR AT WORK
This Is Ken Mahomot, a sheik of
Arabia and a brother of the amir of
Iledjaz, who has come to America In
search of Sari, llancoe to his brother,
tho amir, nnd daughter of one of tho
richest men In Turkey, who died from
grief oor her disappearance .-jfter tho
armistice, nnd left her i?100,000.000.
Sari Is seventeen years old.
A thliNt-pi-odiuiim photograph from Berlin showing a (ierman overcom
ing diln handicap of Ice and snow ami delivering a consignment of beer with
Portrait of Leon Jouhuux. who Is
called the Samuel Gompers of France.
Ho wus a delegate to the International
labor conference which was held In
This holler Is one of six being built at shipyards in Chelsea. Mass. It
has a diameter of feet and Its one-piece head Is the largest ever made.
The boilers weigh about forty tons each.
Shaw in a Loudon theater (!nviii)
the rehearsals of his play "Pygmalion,"
which has been revived In Fngland. '
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