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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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'The Man Who Dared'
A roniarkablJ dramatic story 'A
story of the California Redwoods.
Spoclal two real comedy each day.
Thursday and Friday.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Ernest Rlnckor will leave today to
attend tho ball gamo at Lincoln.
t Edward Malonoy, of Omaha la visit
ing at tho homo of Dick Evans. .
Mrs G. W. Cloplno left tho last of
tho week for a short visit In Ilershey.
pir. and Mrs. Kennedy and children
left Saturday for a visit in Cheyenne?
Albrocht Furs. Tho quality line.
See thorn at Wilcox Department Store.
Mrs. Geo. McGlnloy returned Sat
urday from a trip to Omaha and Lin
coln. Wilfred Nelson returned tho latter
part of tho week from a visit In
Georgo Carey returned yesterday
from Lincoln whero ho transacted
Diamonds Diamonds Diamonds
Last week of sale at 15 discount.
W. A. O'Donnoll who spent Sunday
at tho LeDloyt home left for Denver
Mrs. A. P. Streltz entertained the
Tuesday Bridge CJub at her home
"Oh Min" Look, The Gumps arc nt
Uio Sun Theatre Todny ami Tomorrow
for the first tlmo in Pictures.
Bernard Connors of Wood River
was a business visitor In tho city the
last of tho week.
John Leland who has been visiting
at tho homo of Ted Boguo left Friday
for his homo in Lincoln.
Victor, Halligan left Friday for
Grand Island whero he will transact
legal business for a few days.
Big lino of cut glass, silver ware
and novelties just received is includ
ed in our sale. Don't miss it., Sale
ends Saturday night, Oct. lGth. C'
M. Austin, Jeweler.
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Mrs. Joo Quiun"bt Choyonno loft
Saturday for her homo after visiting
for some UmOjat tho homo of friends.
The boat overalls in Nortir Platto
?2.7B a pair at Wilcox Department
Merle Maupln who has boon visiting
at the home of his father loft Friday
for Lincoln whoro ho Is attondlng
Outing flannols 29c and 39c a yard
at Wilcox Dapartrrient Store.
Mr. and Mrs. Jbo. Nolan, rotumoil
Sunday from Oniahn and other oasl
orn points whero thoy" havo boon for
Guy Swope. PorrySurson and Don
ald McFarland wont to 'Cozad Friday
to witness tho ball game botweon
North Platte nnd Cozad.
Percales 3G inch width, 35o n yard
at Wilcox Department Store.
Mrs. A. Slbblt of Roed Point, Mont.,
loft Saturday morning for' her homo
after visiting at tho homo of her
brother-in-law C. E. Slbblt.
Attornoy nnd Mri'"M. D. King of
MInden who havo been visiting at tho
home of Fred Nelson loft tho last of
tho week for their home.
Pearl beads, fancy beaded handbags
purses, mesh bags, over-nito bags, all
on sale at 25 discount this wook
only. Austin's vJowolery.
Members of tho G. I. A. to the B.
of L. T. are invited to attend a ken
slngton Thursday tffternoon, Oct. 14th
at three o'clock aUtho homo of Mrs.
E. E. Moody, 1301 iE. Sixth St.
Indian Chief tnlns. Dark Cloud and
Fighting Bear on Wnr Path ngaln
Lend their Tribes In Murderous Foray
on Pioneers In "Thp Vlgllniitcs' nt
The Sun Thursday i(nd Frldny.
Miss Clara Sorenson will leavo to
morrow for Grand Island to attend
tho wedding of Miss Elizabeth" Woir of
that city and Holmer .Peterson of Fre
mont, which will pexfur at high' noon
Thursday. Tho K. C. Delegation who went to
Omaha to attend tho initiation camo
home yesterday. This delegation con
sisted of J. T. Keofo', W. J. O'Connor,
Frank Murray, Georgo Chamberlain,
Frank McGovern and Paul Nolan.
Special display of models of sweat
ers nnd fancy articles mado from
Bucilla Yarns uro btHiig shown in tho
show windows of AVilcox Department
Paul Nolan, who attended tho K. C.
initiation will go from Omaha to Lin
coln to attend the football gamo be
tween Nprth Platto and Lincoln and
the football game the following clay
bewcen Nebraska and Notro Dame.
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Mansfield drovo
over from Central City, Sunday and
are visiting at tho Wilson Tout homo
for a few days. Mr. Mansfield is in
tho General Merchandiso business at
Central City and owns a farm near
STORE IN NEW
You'll see some great acting at the
Tuesday and Wednesday.
A story so unusual as to be truly startling
A SPLENDID HAZARD
an ALLAN DVANf production.
Henry B. Walthall "the Irving of the screen" whose
masterly work is in itself worth the price of admission.
' We take pleasuie in presenting
An Allan Dwan Production
"A SPLENDID HAZARD"
Directed by Allan Dwan
Based on the Novel by
y Harold MacGrath
The 'starts thus:
' "And as the stars fall out of nothing into
nothing We are born we live '
and we die in the midst of the marvelous"
Also the Gumps Mutt & Jeff and News Reel.
E. T. TRA3IP & SONS MOVE TO SEW
HOME ON DEWEY STREET.
The firm of B, T. Tramp & Sons
hn moved Its Roady-To-Woar Depart
ment from Front Stroot to ,510 Dowcy
St. consolidating with tho Shoo De
partment in its own building. About
a year ago tho size of tho business
and tho ending of certain lcas'os,
brought ,,tho mattor of a now location
beroro this firm and in tho end tho
building then occupied by tho Gum-moro-Dont
and tho Stone Drug Stores
wns purchased by the Tramp inter
ests Sonio monjhs ago tho south
room wns vacated, and tho Shoo De
partment took possesion. With tho
removal of tho-Stono Drug Co. to tho
McDonald Hank Building, tho altera
tion of the north room started and
during tho following weeks workmen
wero busy In rcmodolling this room
and Installing tho furniture. Moving
was accomplished! tho first of the
week. An arch between tho two rooms
i.nlted under one management and
iiLtlor Its own roof tho two depart
ments of tho business. Tho south
room Is In oak while, tho other, room
has a mnhognny finish. Tho wall
chses will bo covered with glass which
will protect tho merchandise from dust
and dirt. A French room is provided
for customers looking for party
dresses'. Hero tho customer nnd tho
sales lady can retire to oxamino nnd
discus's tho goods to be purchased.
MIrror.s, comfortnblo chnlra and suit
able rugs will add to tho attractive
ness of this room. Tho fitting depart
ment and tho alteration dopartmcnt
aro located at tho rear of tho store
nnd will bo complete In every detail.
Special attention has been given to
tho floor coverings, the electric light
ing and the decoration of tho wallri1
throughout tho building. A now plate
glass front -for the two rooms has
been ordered but delays at tho manu
facturing plant and in transportation
mako it uncertain when this new front
will bo installed. E. T. Tramp hal
been ono of tho up-to-date merchants
of North Platte for a number of years,
Sometime ago ho associated his two
sons, Herbert F. and Arthur F with
h:m in thobuslness, tho boys tanSA
charge of tho shoo department while
hp looked after tho Rcady-To-Wear
himself. With the location and equip
ment now enjoyed and tho reputation
of tho firm for square dealing, E. T.
Tramp & Sons will now take a place
among tho big mercantile establish
ments of North Platte.
HI T I "
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Are They of Admiration
The glance that approves a chic Hat and swell
costume, too often is changed to disapproval when
it reaches the shoe. For too often a woman fails
to realize how important her shoes really are. The
result: wrong shoes, and a really ruined costume.
You cannot be too
before selecting your
Fall shoes we extend
you a cordial invita
tion to inspect our
new Fall Shoes in Cu
ban and Louis heels.
Favorite colors arc
brown and black.
AVES YOU ONEY ON SHOES
REGISTERED TRAP SHOOT
Tho Old Scout Hunting and Fishing
Club of Wallace will hold a two-days
Registered Tournament at Wallace
on Oct. 13 and 14. Tho Shooting will
start at 9:30 each morning. There
will be four ovonts each day. Keith
Neville, F. C. Pielstlcker, Francis
Conneally and C. II. Walters aro
North Platto members of tho Club.
Henry Bebout of Sutherland is also
lasted among tho members. There
aro many names on tho roll from
Wallace and other Burlington towns.
W. P. Killen of Wallaco writes Tho
Tribune that they expect to havo ono
of the finest shoots that has been
hold in Nebraska this scaosn.
MILTON WEEKS ENTERTAINED.
Milton Weeks, son of Robert Weeks
was honor guest at a farewell recep
tion ;Iven at tho parental homo last
ovonlng, about fifty friends being
present. Milton leaves today for
Richmond, Va., whoro ho has accoptod
a position in tho signal sorvico with
tho C. & 0. railroad. Ho had been in
tho same sorvlcd at this terminal. Tho
congregated friends last night passed
several hours pleasantly and expres
sed tho wish of success in his now
field of labor.
I desire to, announce that I am tho
Ropub.tcan candldato for Commission
er of Lincoln County from tho Third
THIS WEEK ONLY.
Tills week only owing to tho scar
city of room wo will glvo a 10 dis
count on nil cash orders purchased.
Phono 212. STEGEMAN'S GRO
Beaver Hata for children. Soo tho
quality und bo agreeably surprised at
tho price at Wilcox Department Store
Our salo ends Saturday night, Oct.
ICth. Do not miss it. 15 discount,
on Diamonds, everything oIbo in storo
25 OFF. C. M. Austin.
STATE CONVENTION OF LUTH
ERAN WOMEN'S MISSIONARY
Thq, Annual State Convention of tho ,
Woman's Missionary Society of tho
Lutheran Church of Nebraska was
opened Tuesday morning by Mrs. C.
B. Harmon. Tho keynote of tho Cony
vention was "Forward." Among the
speakers wero Dr. Kruger of Midland,
College, Rev. Walters of Tabitha'
homo and Rov. C. W. Lowls, Presi
dent of Synod. Little Ruth VnnFlcet
of Omaha was mado a life member.
In tho evening tho delegates 1 wore
served a chicken dinner by tho Luth
Wednesday's session was taken up
with roports and election of offlcors
as follows: President, Mrs. W. I,
Guss; Vico-Prosldont,Mrs. O. D. Bnlt
zly; Recording Secrctnry, Mrs. L. A.
Hornburg; Statistical Secrctnry, Mrs.
E. H . VanFloet; Treasurer, Mrs. D.
M. Nelswanger. Fivo trustees wero
elected as follows: Mosdames Van
Fleet, Guss, Koch, Harmon and Bad
gor. Following tho closo of tho con
vention, a reception was given to nil
JUDGE WRAY SPEAKS IN COURT
HOUSE PARK SATURDAY.
Judge Arthur Wray, Independent
candldato for Govornor, spoko from
tho l and Blend ia Court Houso Park
Saturday afternoon to a good sized
crowd. Tho Judgo has boon Mayor of
York, Nobr., for several years and Is
an orator of more than usual ability.
Ho is a member of tho Nebraska
Board of Public Welfare and Is as dry
as a man can bo. Ho has been In
dorsed by tho Non-Partlsan Lcnguo
and other organizations.
WILL ANYONE ' ELSE TAKE
Tho following letter is self-explanatory
but we aro informod that Bobby
Bylund docs not Hvo hero now:
Sporting Editor Tribune:
Havo heard that Bobby Bylund Is
wroBtling up around thoro and as I
havo been after him for somo tlmo
would llko to havo you publish this
challengo for mo. If thoro is anyono
who can nrrango a match for mo I
would como up thoro and wrcstlo him,
winner tako all or 70-30. Hoping that
I may hear from someono and thank
ing your In advanco, I remain as over,
Yours in sport,
) Chicago, 111.
4230 N. Clcarmont Ave.
ainghams of quality 39o a yard at
Wilcox Dopartmont Storo.
By Special Arrangement
and Jean MacNeil
will give their favorite program,
"Songs that America loves".
These great Scotch artists will
appear themselves in what will
be the most notable musicale of
Friday Evening, October 15th at
8:15 p. m., the Lutheran Church
North Platte, Nebr.
Appearing with Mr. Williams
and Miss Mac Neil will be Mr.
Thomas A. Edison's Three Mil
lion Dollar Phonograph.
TICKETS FREE. '
Call, writo or tolophono us for tickets I
of admittanco. Thoy will bo issuod in
v order of application.
Dixon's Music Shop.
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