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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1920)
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NORTH PLATTE NEB., OCTOBER 12, L920.
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Tuesday, Oct. 12
Alterations and improvements have been made in the theatre,
picture machines have been installed and a new curtain the very lnat
and machines. No matter where you sit in the first. row or the last you will see a per
feet picture without eye strain or discomfort.
MONDAY AND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15 and 16,
Nine Reel Show.
Louise Glaum in LOVE MADNEES
J. Parker Rcld's lat
est raUano from tho
JOE MARTIN, trained Monkey, in 2-reel comedy 'The Prohibition Monkey'
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, OCT. 1314. Feature and 2 reel comedy
Bessie Barriscale in "JtiSELYN'S WIFE"
U. P. OFFICIALS
- Special Attract ion for Friday .
Gladys Pauline Slayter, the famous soprano singer, will be at the Keith
and sing Friday evening in connection with the regular program.
Billy Rhodes in "THE BLUE BONNET"
Friday Night Show Prices are; Parquet 80c, Dress Circle 55c, Balcony 35c, Children 15.
This includes War Tax.
SATURDAY AFTERNOON and NIGHT Oct. 16. Feature and Good Comedy If
Billy Rhodes in "THE BLUE BONNET
BILLY WEST COMEDY
President C. It. Gray and a party of
Union Paclllo Officials wore guests of
North riatto men at n banquet at Uio
Union Paclllc Cafo last night. Tho
dining room was crowded at eight
o'clock when Chairman J. J. ilalll
gan soated tho banqueters. Tho Har
mony orchestra furnished tho music.
A group of tho host slngors among
the men of tho city, located nt ono end
of tho head table, lead in tho singing
which put pop into the ocennion.
1 After tho six courses had been ser
ved, Toastmastcr Halligan in n few
pleasing words Introduced C. R.
Gray, tho new President of tho Union
Paclllc. Mr. Gray spoko of tho rail
road situation in gcncrnl, tracing with
oxactness tho history of railroads in
this coutry ,amt designated tho chief
epochs in their development. lie said
tho government took over tho Rail
roads during tho war In ordor that tho
financing of tho government might not
bo in competition with the flnanclng
of tho railroads and that tho govern
ment might havo preferential uso of
tho proporty in carrying on tho war.
Ho emphasized tho fact that now the
pcoplo have an interest in tho moralo
of tho men out on tho lino and tho
abllltV, of tho officials Jn control. Ho
added "A railroad can ha'vo a soul
it is 'in tho rank nnd fllo of tho men
and officers. I liavo an ambition to
crcato In every young man in the em
ployees of this company, a doslro to
stay by tho Union Pacific all his llfQ."
Short addresses Wero also made by
Vlco-Prosldent Calvert, Solicitor
Loomls, Vice-President Curtis and
General Manager Joffors. Mr. Loomh
feheral government .estar.
LISHES A KltO STATION HERE.
Fodornl officials were hero yoster
day nnd complotod plans for oroctlng
a wiroloss Htation horo for tho uso of
tho Government. The station will bo
located at tho oast sido of tho City
Park. A powor station is to bo built
and the tovfor oroctod in tho near
future. Tills station nts In -with tho
government plan of national dofonso
and tho oporntion of the aerial mail
HANI) PLAN ON GOING TO
A movement is on foot to take tho
High School Cadet Hand to Lincoln
this week with tho football team. Some
of the boys can got passos and tho
band has a Httlo money on hand. They
will attempt to ralso tho necossnry
funds by solicitation. Anyone willing
to contributo to help 1ho boys out can
leave tho amount at any drug store ns
arrangements havo boon mado to ro
colvo funds there. North Platto Is
i justly proud of this boys' band and it
would bo an advertisement for this
j city and tho school If It could nccom
' puny tho teanf.
THE LINCOLN COUNTY TEACHERS'
INSTITUTE COMBS NEXT WEEK.
Tho dates for tho Lincoln County
ieaclwrs' Instltuto uro October 14
15 nnd 1C This i3 Thursday, Friday
and Saturday of this week. This Inl
Htltuto has fonnorly been held In tho
later part of, tho summer vacation but
Supt. Cochran decided to try tho Oct
obor da,to this year because n nurabor
of Countlos In othor parts of tho state...
havo approved it. Thoro aro over 200
teachers in tho county outsldo of
North Platto and about sixty in tho
city. All nro expected to bo hero for
tho Instltuto. Morning sessions will
bo hold in tho Baptist Church nt tho
corner of Fourth nnd Locust Streets.
Tho nf tornoon sessions will bo held In '
tho Assembly room in tho Central
High School building.
Enrollment will begin at 8 o'clock
I k - - It . " V
MACNEIL-WILLUMS CONCEKT ATI Imrs'lay morn,nB nt U, Bapt
LUTHERAN CHURCH FRIDAY. uu iu uuu uuhw. flow-'
oooks win no luriusncu oacn toacnor
Dixon's Music Shop Is bringing Miss who onrolla. Teachers who havo not
Joan MacNoll nnd Emerson "Williams registered, transferred or had thotjr
to North Platto for a recital Friday certificates issuod ur6 expected' to
havo this attended to during tho In
stitute wcok. , '' ;
Tho morning sessions arc for tkq
Primary teachers. All primary teaqlgj.
evening at tho Luthornn Church. They
will bo assisted by MIbs Audroy
Miss MacNoil and Mr. Williams havo
occupied solo positions in the largest ers in tho Nortli PIntto schools will
churches In Now York City, In addi
tion to Concert and Oratorio . work
throughout America. While they
specialize in songs, of Bonnie Scotland
which they present lii Scotch cos
tumes, they, novor fail to plciiso in the
Oratorio untl Concert numbers. They
havo contributed their sharo to the
success of ninny of our worthy Ameri
can, composers. ,
Miss Audrey Creighton Is an Urtlst (reading from 11 to noon; Hoii. M. P,
told of tho oarly promotion of tho who husmado- many, friends 'onjBhawk, -.Stnto... Suporlntondojit. 1
transcijfyiflnental railroad projects by dlsorlmintlns'muBlc loVors f Or' her West Wglhia will lecture. oyQry.
unusual ability; .Tho nature of tho on- thorhlng from 10. to 11 o'clock.
tiro program has not boon given out
but It is rumored that a BurprlBp is In
store for those who aro present. Tick
ets nro complimentary and will bo
given out from Dixon's Htore as long
as they Inst.
bo allowed tp dismiss tholr rooms for'1
part of the morning on Thursdny'ou'dV.
Friday. Teachers from out of tho clty'
who are not particularly interestedly.
In Primary work cun visit tho depart-,,,
mont .of tho North Platte schools In
which they are most Interested. Mrs;
Ualpli North Will havo chnrgo of Spat;
Work ovory morning from 9 to io
o'clock and will conduct classes In
Asa Whitney, n New York merchant
and financier. Mr. Joffers received
an ovation from his follow townsmen
nnd spoko with fcpllngas he discussed
tho relation of North Platte to the
Union Pacific Railroad. Congressman
M. P. Kinkald was present and re
sponded to, his name with a few appro
priate remarks. Tho evening closod
with a discussion of tho relation of
North Platto to tho Union Pacific by
Ira L. Bare Ho said in part "October
lst, the Union Pacifio and Its allied
companies tho Pacific Express Co.
and tho American Express Company,
had on tho payroll in North Platte 1C7C
employees. Deducting a few women
and boys, (50 of tho men of Nortl
The afternoon sessions will opimat";
1 o'clock with Community 'slh'glni ;
lond by Mrs, II. M, 'Qjlfqyl, . At l:'5o ,
Hon. M. P. Shawkey will gtvo hf
rtthor lecture At 2:30 a roprqsentaV
tivo of tho A. N. Palmor Co., wUlgivo'-
a lesson in Palmer. Penmanship. All .
North Platto City Schools will bo'dls"'
missed on Thursday niid Friday after-,
tor noons. ' . t
Superintendent Allcon G. Cochran
Is working vory hard to mako thls .In
A farewell reception wus ' glvon
Friday evening in tho Loidercrantz
hull at Grand Island In honor of Mr. ' BtItuto tho best over hold horq. and
and Mrs. Chns. Weir. Mr. Wqlr who wIth tn0 co-oporntlon of tho cltlzons
has been train master for somo time lt can 1)0 ,na,i0 n10 best. Mrs, Cochran
past in that city will .return this Sftyfl sho tlooa not iiavo euough. rooms
month to North Plutte and resumo hla Mm tonolinrH and that she will ap-
Platto are in tho employment of tho duties as conductor having roslguod prociato hearing from anyone who has'
railroad. 80 of those men own thoir i,jB position as trainmaster. room to Bnaro on this occasion. .
Tho hall was filled to its' capacity ( ;.o;. ..":'
and tho railroad men presented Mr. KIJ1TH THEATHE JtEOl'ENEI) jip'N-'-
own homes, counting only tho natura
lized men with families." t
Tho banquet was vory enjoyablo
from overy point of viow nnd North
Platto appreciates tbo Intorest dis
played by President Gray ahd his
party in giving it tho opportunity of
JUDGE KINKAID'iS VISITING IN
NOltTH PLATTE TODAY.
Weir with a ?CC5 purao to oxpress
thoir appreciation of his work. A-
mong tho North Platto guosts wore
Mr. and Mrs. C J, CpVnwcll, Mr. and
Mrs. W. E Booth, Mr. and Mrs. Ray
NIGHT UNDER NEW
Manager Baldwin opened up the'
Keith Monday with a nine reel show
Guthorlo, nnd Mrs. C. J. Porkln nnd 'entitled "Love Madness.," Ho has two
Nothing but the latest and best picturee will be run nt the Keith supported by the
best orchestra in North Platte. The managemet is arranging for up.to-datc vaudeville foj
regutar weekly appearance.
North Platte Wants the Best! The Keith Will Give
North Platte the PICTURE SERVICE She Wants.
Children 13c, Plue 3c
General Admission 25c
Plus 3c Tax
Tuesday and Saturday
Congressman Moses L. Kinkald Is in
the city today renewing acquaintances
and looking over tho political situa
tion. Ho Bays ho never know aB quiet'
a campaign. The pcoplo nro reading
and thinking. Mr. Kinkald Is a can
didate for re-election.
Chapter A. K. of tho P. E. O. sister
hood was entertained at thoir ro-as-eorably
luncheon Wednesday at ono
ij'clock at tho homo of Mrs. II. M.
Grimes. Mesdames Spcncor, Evans,
Rlnckcr and Snyder assisting tho hos
tess. Tho tables wero -well appointed
and decorated with garden flowors
nd cut roses. Twonty-flvo mombers
nd guests wero present.
Tho luncheon was followed by tho
i it regular business meeting of tho
ir During this tho prcBidont's
sbui-'h wns read in tho nbgonco of
; prcKldnot, Mrs. Will Hondy, by
f . Church, acting president. In tho
1. t Mrs. Hondy charmingly do
s( iod tho outllno for tho year of
';. Sho especially emphasized that
th lub contlnuo to pay Its quota of
$li 000 educational fund which is
ral - d annually for tho P. E. O, SIb
Oi'Mng flannel, COo vnluo at 3Cc
The A. T. Jolifison Dopt. Store.
! TWENTIETH CENTURY (JLUH TO
5IEET THIS AFTERNOON
Tho Twentieth Century Club will
moot this afternoon at thrco p. m. at
Fireman's Hall. Mrs. G. T. Thompson
will bo tho Hostess, nnd Mrs. J. G.
Bcoler tho leader. Tho subject Is
Party Platforms. Two local politicians
will discuss tho platforms of tho major
parties and tho meeting is an open
mooting for nil ladles.
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You will bo surprised to sco how
good a suit for ladles you can buy for
$35 to ?50 at Wilcox Department
now Power's plcturo macnines wnicn.
(promises to give tho best distribution
of llsht so that, with tho new curtain, .
ono can sit in any part of tho housa
and see a perfect plcturo without eye-,
strain, Manager Baldwin says that ho
does not intend to establish uniform
prices but that ho will chargo moro or
less according as ho has vaudovillo or
tho moro cxponslvo pictures. Mr.
Baldwin has mado arrangements for
speclnl pictures on Friday and later
will havo good vaudovillo on cortatn
days of tho weok.
Trlcotlnos and Sorgos, 54 Inches
wide, for buUs and skirts at Wilcox
Bopks containing 3 records of nursery
rhymes fpr the children. Come in and
Gummere-Dent Drug Co.
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