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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1921)
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NORTIJ PLATTE, NEB., JANUARY 23, 1921.
MIHLIC WKLVAIIE ASSOCIATION
NOT 10 K SUPPRESSION' HUT
AN0THI5K OIil SKTTL1IH AKSlVtillS
Till: LAST CALL SUNDAY.
Tho following statement hua boon
prepared by tho Publicity Committee!
of tho Public Wolfaro Association as'
wie of a number of statements which
will tend to put tho Association in tho
right light' bofore tho people. The
Somo of tho citizens seem to havo
tho errouoous Impression that this Is
an association of suppression, to
eloso up tho dances and plcturo shows.
This Is si mistaken Idea as tho Public
Wolfaro Association Is for Ui,q help of
tho community, and not to curtail and
"When tho Public Wolfaro Associa
tion tells .tho danco manager how ho
must conduct his danco, It Is for tho
protection of tho boys and girls who
go. It Is thoalm of tho Public Welfare
Association to help and promote and
not to doprlvo tho public of tho a
rausemonts thoy wish. Tho dcslro of
tho Welfaro Association Is to protect
1ho public from tha things that havo
u tendency to lesson tho standard ot
Tho Public "Wolfaro Association has
promoted tho swimming pool propo
sition and wo aro now assured of a
swimming pool second to none in the
stato, with sanitary drainage and a
pravel beach equal to tho seashore.
Plans aro being mado for bathhouses,
also a pavilion whore lunches can be
eaten. Particular plans havo been
mado in order to Becuro sanitation and
drainage, and this, together with tho
lack of finances has dolayed Its com
pletion. But this coming summor will
soo tho swimming pool ready for use.
SC0Ki:S MADE BY BUFFALO DILL
GTTX CLUB AT RECENT SHOOT.
Willads Hanson, for about thirty
flvo ycar.s innltor and custodian at
tho Central High School hore, died at
a local hospital Sunday following a
fow days of aorlous Illness. Mr. Han
son was born In Donmark, April 15,
1SD5. Ho married thoro in 1878 and
shortly afterward camo to this coun
try, arriving at North Platte In 1882.
Ho has lived hero continuously since
that dato. Ho oporatod a ranch near
horo for a short tlmo and then came
to tho city whoro ho worked as a
plumber and repairer until ho gave up
all othor occupation to glvo his full
timo to tho Board of Education. Ho
bocamo ono of tho trusted employees
ot the school and has tho acquain
tance of every boy and girl who has
attended tha Central building and tho
building that was torn down to make
room for tho present structure.
Ho leaves a Bister who lives In Iowa
a niece Miss Thoa Hansen and a nop
how, Hxsnry Hanson, both of this city.
Tho funeral will bo hold from his
homo at 314 East Fifth Street at 2:30
this afternoon. Interment will bo In
tho North Platto comotory bosldo his
wlfo v.ho left htm only a few months
BOY SCOTT COUNCIL EMl'LOVS A
PAID WOltKElt VOH SIXTY
Tho Local Council of the Hoy Scouts
at Its mooting yostorday reconsidered
its decision of a wcok ago and ongag
od "William II. Hardball of Douvor to
put on a sixty-day campaign horo
instead of tho proposed School for
ScoutmnstorH. Wo understand that tho
oxpoiiBO will be nbout ?600. -Mr. Dar
rlball comas highly recommended by
the Denver Hoy Scout Commissioner.
Ho will glvo tho necessary Instruc
tion and Held training to tho Scout
masters and Assistants Scoutmasters
nnd members ot tho Local Council.
YA CANTY ON LHMtAltY BOABD IS
FILLED BY APPOINTMENT BY
LOCAL BOYS IN BAD AUTO ACCI
DENT AT KIMBALL SATURDAY
Following is a copy of tho record j
mado by tho men of tho Buffalo Bill
Gun Club of this city at tho weekly j
shoot hold January 23 at tho club j
grounds. Tho first figure Is tho num-'
bor of targets shot, at and tha second
is the number of hits. McCrackon 1
7C 73; Loomls 5035; Hostler 50
41; Crawford 75 53; Anderson 75
CI; Peterson 50 13; Mlltonberger
50 40; Lemon 2521; Fink 7552;
K'yne 5025; Bacon 5034. Splllnor
21; Napersteck 5039; Calder
.V 27; Smith 5041; Doggott 25 14;
L.irimoro 2520; Broekcr 5038;
Tho score made by McCracken is
93.3 which Is considered very good
and puts him in tho class of the men
wio win stato ohamptonBhlpH.-uuNHlB
further records will bo' watched with
Now spring dresses arriving which
aro being included in this sale. Now
is your opportunity. E. T. Tramp
Whilo fivo of tho members of thu
local high school basket ball team
werio going from tho city out to tho
school building at Kimball Saturday
tho car in which thoy wero riding was
struck broadsldo by another car and
overturned. Donald Yost went thru;
uio winusnioiu nnd Junior Hinman,
who was on tho runnlngboard, was
thrown alwut twenty feet. All suffer
ed scratches and bruises but consider
themsolvcs lucky In that no, ono was
Aro our specialty. "We have made
a careful study of them for tho past'
30 years in North Platto. Our careful
buying insures tho buyer that our j
prices aro right and of tho quality of
tho stone. Dixon, tho jeweler. !
The case of Smith vs Kobor, con
cerning a, leaso to somo land In tho
westoru part of tho county Is being
.tried this week in tho County Court.
Tho arguments wore being finished
as wo go to press. Tho jury which
was dismissed during tho last of tho
week, was called again Monday morn-
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The now truck for tho firo depart
ment, which was ordered last fall,
was shipped several days ago and can
bo expected to reach here at any time.
It is tho latest thing in tho lino of
flro protection and will mean much to
tho offlciency of tho department.
Tho vacancy on tho Board of Dl-
causod by tho death of Judgo J. S. I
Hoagland, has boon filled by tho ap
pointment of "W. T ."Wilcox to tho
placo. Mr. Wilcox has served on tho
board at one time and his work was
so satisfactory that ho was nppolntod
by Mayor Strcltz and his appointment j
was confirmed by tho Council.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs. F. Bubok of Sutherland trans
acted business in town yostorday.
W. J. O'Connor will lcavo soon for
tho east whoro ho will buy his spring
Mrs. J. C. Newman, ot Wallace Is
at tho General Hospital, recovering
from a broken arm.
Miss Adelo LcDloyt returned Sun
day from Donvcr wherd sho visited
relatives for a fow days.
Blaino Runner of Hershey, under
went an oporation for tonsllltls, Sun
day, at tho Gonoral Hospital.
Mrs . Charles Faust of Maxwell who i
has beon visiting at tho Edward Clark
homo loft Monday for her homo.
Mrs. Marion Miller who has beon
visiting relatives In Horshey returned
to hor homo In this city yesterday.
Mrs. Fred Bradley of Maxwell who
has been visiting relatives for some
tlmo In tl's city left yostorday for her
A. T. Johnson is among tho mer
chants whbHfyM leavo In tho near
future for markets where ho will do
his spring buying.
Mrs. James Ilousor of Lexington
who has been visiting her daughter
Mrs. D. I.. Loudon for tho past fow
days left yesterday for her homo.
'-See our ?5.00 window display thin
week. Any article, $5.00, look It over
Austin, tho Jeweler.
Mrs. Henry Waltemath will ontor
taiu about twenty ladies at a Kensing
ton, this afternoon. Out of town
guests will bo Mrs. Koch of Seattlo
and'Mlss Mary Kockon of Omaha.
OUT OF TOWN Sl'EAKEK TO AO I
DItESS METHODIST MEN
M. K. Gilbert, ot Keurnoy, District
Superintendent of tho Koarnoy Dis
trict ot tho MCthodlst Church, will ad
droes tho organization In tho local
church known as tho Methodist Men
at R imnquot to bo hold In tho church
parlors, Thursday ovoning . Tho men
will gather at G:30'and partako of tho
diUher served by tho wivfis ot tho
motnbors. A program of music and
founts has boon prepared. Officers for
tho coming year will bo elected at this
time. John W. Tucker Is In chargo of
; :o: t
DOJMJE BROTHERS REORGANIZE
THEIR AUTOMOBILE FAC
j TORY HEADS
Dodgo 1) rot hers Is a national Insti
tution and when both of tho brothers
died within tho vear a basic reor
ganization was necessary. Fredorick
t tr . i
U. 4lil,llU WHO I1HIIII' 1UUBIUU1II UUU
Mr. Haynos' association with the
twd Dodgo Brothers covers a porlod
of over twenty-two years. During
thl tlmo ho wns not only chief exec
utive of their groat business, but was
nlsA a close personal friend. Immedi
ately "fter tho death of Mr. John
Dodgo a year ago. Mr. Huvncs was
clotted vice-president and general
manager anu nus ueen mo acuvo ncau
of tho business during tho long lllnoss
of tho lato Horaco E. Dodge. It was
Mr. Dodgo's request, just before his
death, that Mr. Haynes bo olected to
tho presidency of tha Institution. His
election therefor comes us no sur
ipritio to thoso familiar with tho Im
plicit confldonco which tho two Dodgo
Brathors placed In his ability as a
manufacturer and chief executive.
Arthur T. Wntorfall Is mado vlco
presldent niid assistant general man
ager, Harry V. Poponoy secretary of
tho corporation, and Reginald J. Fry,
assistant secretary. Charles ,W.
Matheson has beon advanced to tho
position of general salos munngor.
Howard H. Bloomer Is made chalrmnn
of tho now Board of Directors. Tho
other directors aro Frederick J.
Haynes, Arthur T. Waterfall niid, John
: :o : :
Tho Aeroplanos belonging to the
North Platto Aircraft Co. which wore
carrying tho Nebraska women to
Washington with tho voto of tho Ne
braska members of tho electoral col
lege, mado tho trip to Des Moines
where thoy woro rocolvcd with every
attention. Weathor conditions ho.w
ti4ccanio .bad and it was decided
not to subject tho ladies to tho rigors
of tho trip in bad weather so they
took tho train for Chicago. Tho mat
ter was ono of national concern nnd
tho North Platto Aircraft Co. waB in
tho oyo of all who saw tho planes or
ono of tho pictures of tho party.
POPULAR YOUXU LADY OF NORTH WESTERN NEBRASKA .MAN I'LAU.
IMiATPE MARRI ED IN ED IN CONTROL OF STATE
KENTUCKY. ( ORGANIZATION.
On Thursday afternoon, Jan. 20th,
Miss Dorothy Hinman ot this city be
camo thu brldo of Frank L. Dailoy at
tho hoii.o of tho brlde slstor In
Moorohoune, Ky. Mrs. Dailoy loft
hero recently for Kentucky, giving out
at tho tlmo Hint sho wus going to
visit her slstor, Mrs. 'Ford. So Uio
nnnounceniont of thu marrlngo camo
as a surprise to ninny ot hor frlonds.
Mrs. Dailoy 1b tho youngost dnugh'
tor or Mr. and Mrs. York Hinman.
Sho Is u graduate of tho North Platto
High School and linn held aovornl res
ponsible, positions slnco leaving school
'Recently sho Iuib boon In tho offico
ot tho Chief Dispatcher of tho Union
Pacific at tliis placo. Sho 1b a young
lady with musical and drnmatlc talont
and Is vory populnr with tho young
Mr. Dailoy Iuib beon hero for somo
tlmo as tho roproaentntlvo of tho Bur
roughs Adding Machine- Co., but a
short tlmo ago left to acaopt a placo
with a mining concern in which his
pcoplo nro lntorostod. Ho mado a num
bor ot acquaintances whllo in tho city,
Tho Trlbuno Joins tho ninny frlonds
of Mr. and Mrs. Dailoy in extending
congratulations nnd wishing thorn
many yenra of happy married llfo.
GIFTS OF QUALITY
It is our ploasuro to show a beauti
ful lino of oxcluslvo beauty and of
quality: such as Cordova loathor, Lib
by cut glaBS, PIckard china, Elgin
wrist watches and Gift Parchments
Dixon, Una Jowolor.
Tho Royal NolghborB Soclul Club
will bo ontortained Wodnosdny aftor
noon at tho homo of Mrs. A. Artz,
407 South Walnut. The hostess will b0
assisted by Mrs. V. M. York, Mrs. J.
II. Schntz nnd Miss Elslo Collagen.
Tho Juulor High BoyB Baskotball
team won from Mnywood Friday ov
oning by a Bcoro of 13 to 4. Tho
girls of tho samo school played be
tween halves and tho Junior High
girls team mado a showing ot 14 to 3.
Tho Sonlor High girls played tho first
team of Mnywood and dofcatcd thorn
by a Bcoro ot 1G to 4. Tho samo ov
oning tho Senior High boys team
payed Brady and defoatod them by a
scoro of 14 to 5. Thoso four victorlos
for North Platto in ono ovoning placo
her standing pretty high so far this
At tho buslnosB mooting ot tho No
braska Miller's Association hold in
Omaha last weok, L. C. Cnrroll of
uus city was olocted President. Thoro
nro over 100 flour mills in Nebraska
and tha industry is a vory important
ono. Tho meetings of tho Association
nro always hold In Lincoln or Omaha
and It ia an honor which North Platto
can well bo proud of, to furnish tho
President ot such an association. Mr.
Carroll is n product of Western No
brnska and tho cast does woll to look
townrd tho west on occasions.
LOCAL SUIMJEOn" HONORED BY
ELECTION TO NATIONwVL BODY
Dr. Geo. B. Dent has boon elected
to momborshlp in Uio American Col
legia of Surgeons, which is an honor
covotod by moBt of tho .profession.
vo understand that thoro aro prac
tically no othor membors in tho wost
orn part of tho stato as it is a national
body of limited momborshlp and only
a Tow from each stato can bo taken in.
Dr. Dont is oxpootcd to appear boforo
tho body at its mooting noxt summor
1 1" iuuvivu inn mcmuorsmp honors,
! HUMAN NATURE STOHV.
An irato subscrlbor wont into tho
offico ot a country nowspapor and
found no In but tho office boy.
Sho mado hor complaint and ended by
saying, "All of my friends say your
paper hns boon gottlng pooror dur
ing tho pnst fow months." Tho boy
looked puzzled a momont and thon
snld, "You should bo moro caroful in
tho selection ot your friends.',
EYE SIGHT SPECIALISTS.
Call and inspoct our comploto o
qulpmont. Wo use tho latest instru
mjonts and glvo a most cnrotul exam
ination of tho human oyo. All of our
work guaranteed . Dixon Optical Co.
Tho freight on a car ot coal from
ono of tho Colorado mines to North
.Platto is about $5 whilo from another
it Is $6.85. Tho averago of tho flvo
mines from which North Platto gots
hor coal supply is ?G.14 a ton to
Anyono wanting a sujt, cuut or
dross, can save dollars by looking at
Tramp's stock during UiIb salo. E. T.
Tramp & Sons.
The Door Opens January 26th 9 o'clock, a. m.
Bj Only 10 peaches on this tree which are without any question the greatest and finest fruit
jjj ever offered for sale in this city.
yfil Buy a jreal home location now and build later. Only 10 choice lets in this entire block, they
ifi are large 51 feet6 inches by 126 feet, THEY HAVE CITY WATER, FIRE PROTECTION, SEWER. GAS
ffi LIGHTS, SIDEWALKS AND LARGE BEAUTIFUL TREES.
Just think they are lo
rated between Sycamore
and Vine Streets, only'
1 block west and 2
blocks south of court
in this block.
$250 cash down
$25 per month
Buy or Oicler your Dodge
Brothers Car Now.
Indications point to a shortage of Dodge Broth
ers cais in the spring. It is not a minute too early
now to get your car, or be sure of spring delivery by
getting your order fdr tho model of your choice filed
with me now. I will then protect you on delivery.
On account of cut in production and elimination
of many of the weaker manufacturers, such good cars
as Dodgo Brothers havo always built will come into a
vory heavy demand this spring. Do not bo forced to
Wiiit for your car, when you want it, by delaying
.. V. ROMIGH,
(Mli & Locust
10 Percent Dis
count tor Cash
This is the Hollman & Sebastian Replnt of Block 3, Miller Addition to North Platte
No Favors Shown. Money and Signed Contracts Talk.
Phone 612 .1 or W for an appointment or be at our office at 9 a. m. on Jamuu 26.
The Hollman &
LG J. C. HOLLMAN, Res. Phone 384J BRODBECK BUILDING J. E. SEBASTIA", Res. Phone 1138 l
I Dodge Brothers
!j Phone Si! DHALKIt
IE All Dodge models' are now fitted
gl with Alemite pressure lubrication.
li S PHONE 20.
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