The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, October 04, 1921, Image 1

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NORJH PLATTE, NEB., OCTOBER 4, 1921.
No. 77
THIRTY-SEVENTH YEAR.
LODGE, CHURCH
AND SOCIETY
COMING MEETINGS IN THIS
VARIOUS ORGANIZATIONS OF
jf THE CITY.
PHILOS OUNA
Club will meet with Mrs. H. E.
Ultchcll Wednesday.
LOCAL AND lKKSOiNAL
PALESTINE COMMANDRY
Knights Templar will meet Friday
evening at G:30. Work In tho Itcd
Cross degree.
GOLDEN RULE -T-
Blblo Class wiUmcet Friday. attoc
Boon with Mrs. T. O. Swenson, 715
West 3rd Street.
YOEMEN
Wilt hold a social meeting ou
Thursday Oct. 6th. All Yoemen
and familles'aro invited. t
MISSION
Tho Sweedlsh Mission will -lold ser
vices at the Christian Church on Fri
day Oct. 7th nt 8 p. m.
ALTAR SOCIETY
of tho Catholic church will hold
n social at tho M. C. Hayes home,
-414 West 9 th St. Thursday after
noon.
EPISCOPAL GUILD
Will nieot Thursday afternoon.
Tho Entertainment committee is, Mes
dames Howard, Chapman, AVnlback
Fplcer ami Wright.
AUXILLIARY
To I). of R. T. will hold regular
business" meeting Friday in K. P
Hall at3 P. M. Every member is
urced to bo present Important busl
ness. . , ,
Two ferneries have been placed in
tho city library reading room. They
ndd mucii-to "tho chcrrfulness of -the
room.
John Moss of Wcllfleet was a city
visitor Saturday.
Julius Plzer wont to Omaha Sun
day to transact buslnoss.
Miss Mary Martin of Maxwell
Bpent Saturday in the city. )
Keith Nevlllo wept to Omaha Sat
urday to transact business.
Chas. Haner wont to Lcwellea on
Saturday to visit rolatlves.
Mrs. Philip Deats and daughter
Florence returned Saturday from
Omaha.
Miss Ruth Davidson spent tho
week end in Juolsburg, visiting with
friends.
Mrs. Margaret Tailor left Saturday
for Denver where she will mako her
future home. .'j?
The car of potatoes is In. Co'ilTe and
got them at tho car. Bring your
sacks. McMlchael Grocery.
The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
C. Todd died yesterday at tno
Todd home.
Miss Ruth Elder left Saturday for
Grcoley, Colo, to attend tho State
Teachers College.
9.9D
J. A. Ward anu son Charles left
Saturday for points in Iowa to visit
for two weeks.
9.99 -
W. P. Snyder attended tho Garden
County Fair last week and acted aa
ono of tho judges.
Mr. and Mrs. Harris Stuart came
the latter part of the week from Den
ver to visit relatives.
Mrs. W. Nuzum and daughter of
Maxwell were among the out of
town visitors Saturday.
9.99
M. McConnlcic left Saturday for bin
Jionle in Murslmlltown, Iowa, after
flatting oinnila in tno city.
Miss Helen Moore loft Saturday
for Omaha where she will attend tho
nnvifis Buslneess College.
Wm. Mercelles played ball with
tii a Wallaco team Sunday In the
game . between Wallaqe and Graln-
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Weeks left bat
mday for their homo in Grand Is
ABOUT PEOPLE
AND THINGS
MANAGER IIAWLEV TO PRESENT
"LISTEN 1RKN1SV MUSICAL
COMEDY LOVERS .
I'LE AND THE THINGS THEY
ARE DOING HERE.
Tho musical comedy, 'LlBton Irene'
Us MTokod for Monday October 10th
nt tl.n 1 i.miiilnrllV nf til la
CURRENT COMMENT AB'JUT PEO. Production, everywhere It W boot
fact that tho book Is amusing, the
music tuneful, tho girls protty and
the scenic and costume appointments
.1 nre on a lavish scale. Thoro aro
At a meeting ot tno jjincoin coumy . , . ..
.i . n i 4i c.i..i-,.. many unusual Innovations which
Adv sory Board of tho Salvation
Army, held Tuesday afternoon, John aiii i
' . iii it some remarkablo rovolations in tho
r... n A Cnlhv vlnn.Alinlrmmi nn1 'P. I SlUgO lirilBiry. UIIU in u.U Kiau.m
" , novelties is tho "Jeweled Flir
. tation Runway" an illuminated
was cieciuou. not to put on a imuu- rimhfmr(1 n-tondinir from tho slaue
I UL UtU HI tilt I 13 iliu VUU iutij . .
i no Lincoln t race oviow m i i lntroauced on the "Walk-
wheat exports from this country for myf amUB,ng. cnKcrtaln.
last August totaled, in round numbers . h Rnont
I IllUltb l. Vf ----- M.
LET'S KNOW
NORTH PLATTE
. . . ...
tmrty tnrco anu ono-nau munon uu- . ... , ,,, nlnv a
,., .i i rousing success. Such pcrformors
IUI liny iiujsuoi. uuiuiu iiiu nut uuu j i -
the opinion of Secretary Hoover, this " Nynt Drown Amuriaa-s most beau-
1 ' I Mfnt nntrnoo .Tnnnnv fJfitE. tllO nor-
llow of wheat to Europo should react I , ' , ,, .. n.
. . ,. ... , ...i J feet nut, Elks Quartotto, 3 Drowns
larornuiv on utxricuuuiu umi uubiuvtn i ....
ronditlons throuchout the country. Aco Wlngfleld, Bill Baroor, boymour
IMlRIOrR. .1(11! IJOVIL'. IUIIU UlUJlUii.
Tlnfv l.'nrlnni TClwnnrl BrOWll. tllCSO
tho merchants of this city. Ono uani; guarantee tho excolloncc or uio cast
otilclal stated yesteruny that ins con
URThrifty
r
A SERUiS OF IXFOIOIING AHTIC-
LI ABOUT NORTH PL ATOM'S
AND ITS PEOPLE.
:o:
NORTH SIDE SEWER IS COMPLET.
ED AND THE WORKMEN ARE
TRANSFERRED
corn did more business on Saturday
than on any 'day since tho first ot
the year. Tho Union Pacific buslnoss
is better than It was at any tlmo he
fore the war and on ono day recently rpll0 seWer connecting tho oast end
it surpassed the best record made on of Ninth street with tho North Platto
. n. . t i ... Mrl - . .
nny previous uay in me iiiuiury m i ntver just above the raliroau oriugo
tin. riml To rnroril Wns 111 tho nUlll-...i,i Wn.lnno.lnv nml thi
ber of ars moved through North Platto. workmcn worc tranforred to the south
.1
vlilrli In unt nt. t.ho OiZil
-X UU ' -- - W "
Carl Backers bollovos in iloiug of tQwn Contractor Dnckors has lia.l
things in a big way. Ho secured the ag h,gh ft8 olB,lt neom at work on tho
. - L m . 1 . .. ....... . n 1 ri
contrncia lor inn uwci iuuiud
started In to do a good job and make
as much out of the contract as nos
Bible. Tlicn no got tno contract iur , n . n 1inlf nnfl ,u ..... ,t
laying tho water mains. That moant R
THE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Tho Board ot Education of tho
City of North Platto, In tho County
of Lincoln in tho Stato ot Nebraska,
is tho dfflcial title by which tho
School Board Is designated in legal
matters. Most peoplo call It uio
School Board and that is usually
accepted as correct. Tho Board is
composed of six members, each elect
ed for a term ot nix years and two
elected every year. They aro elect
ed at tho annual city election in
April and tako their places on tho
following Monday, or a3 soon
thereafter as thoy aro duly quali
fied. They do not rccolvo any salary
as members but may voto a salary
to tho Sccrotary who may bo a
member of tho Board or somcono out
Bide. At present tho board consists
of tho following:
Elected In 1919 Mrs. Mary Snyder
Mrs. Elizabeth B. Cramer.
Elected in 1920 Edmund Dlckoy
E. R. Goodman
Elected in 1921 Kolth Novlllo
Wm. J. Hondy.
Tho officers of tho Board aro
Edmund Dickey, president; Mrs.
Ellzaboth B. Cramer, vice-presiuoni-
Mrs. Mary Snydor, secretary; L. E.
Mohlman, city tronsuror Is treasuror
of tho Board.
Tho regular meetings aro hold In
tho Board of Education rooms In
tho Franklin school building on tho
first Monday of overy month accord
ing to law. Special meetings aro
called at any time. Thoso meetings
aro open to tho public when anyono
may appear before tho Board and
prosont a grlovanco or ask a favor.
Tho Board has broad powers In
controlling tho affairs of tho school
district and la subject only, to tho
laws ot tho stato of Nebraska. It
is not under tho control of any city,
county or district officers. In many
matters It gets its powers directly
from the people. . It can issuo bonds
only when tho peoplo authorizes It
by vote.
:o: :-
AMERICAN RED CROSS ROLL CALL
FROM ARMISTICE DAY TO
THANKSGIVING
nrolcct at ono tlmo and will keep a-
hout fifty on tho Job nt prosont. The
south sldo Bowor has been laid for
Word has Just boon rocolvcd hero
that tho Annual membership roll call
ot tho American Red Cross in Lincoln
County will begin on Nov. 11, Armls
tico Day, and extend until Thanks
giving day, Nov. 27. Tho Roll Call In
Lincoln County will bo lead by Miss
Anna C. Krnmph, Chairman of tho
Lincoln County Chapter. Tho splendid
work dono in this Comity by Miss
Sarah Kelloy In tho Homo Sorvlco
work and by Miss Florcnco Chaftin
In tho Homo Nursing und Public
Health work will mako an appeal to
Lincoln County citizens which will put
tho campaign over In good shape. Full
plans will bo announced later.
:o:
9.99
laying tho water mams, mat mean, . Qf th(j dty nQW R
a lot of work and If ho depended en- E . t tQ 0ft5
tircly on human labor he would not on Qak tQ A gt . we8(. on A
get through before uie ground ozo. Qn Jack8(m tQ th(J
Also It w, expensive unuet most, cmv nnA, Pront Tho
dRionsr SoMie went to Colorado W g ,n thpco slzC81S( 15 and 12.
returned with a mammoth steam ditch wjn oxteml Q
muay ior - digger. It eats out a trencu iwoiW . j sV
land after visiting relatives in tho Jnchog wWo an( B,x foct (leep mA little ovei 18,000 fpet or nearly
city. keeps moving riglit along, it is now
L- Mrs. A. C. Cochran of blionuan, goln! wef)t Qn E strcot nn(1 tlle gangg
Wyo. who" visited at tho C. A,, now- ie oliowing wlth the pipe. As soon
Icy homo left Saturday for Commons
Ojir One Week
SDecial Sale
-.:o:
as the pipe arrives, work is to com-
menco on the water mains.
hctt wou lehci I
tiAc Wim ovet-
come op wiVW
TVvjl tide-
tr, Visit. '
Miss Madne Flynn returned tho
latter part o'f the week from Osage. Tho ilotary Club was enterUiined
Wyo., where sho spdnr a weelc with yesterday by tho Northwestern Bell
Toipnlinno Co. Manaser E. V. Cooper
ineuua. i 1
returned ' to 1 nn,i iiiq na3istants sho'vea tno men
JUll"Ulll " w.v . I
Torrlngton, Wyo. Sunday after vis.- through tho plant In tho Waltemath
ulng his parents Mr. and Mrs. u. building ami periormeu suhim
imr nxonriinonts for Uiom. Tho meth-
T. Wile'""' I " , , ,
Mrs. Peppy and baby returned to i,y which the buslnoss and iosI-
Omaha Saturday after visiting Mrs. denco cans are nanu.cu -....
m Tr.v wnn form- niul tho IniDortanco of North Platte
i orn iNurnii. mio. - , ,
ally Miss Grace Smith of this city. as a relay station was emphasized
.1 i,nhv nr.- Tho RoUirluns also Inspected the
Mrs. LtGO miuumu" ii.." i
comp iled her mothere Mrs. Cooney plant of the Western Union on tho
C" PaU . ! , n,.r, Saturday, first floor of the same building. These
to M. vlBltB fonowcd tho weekly noonday
SMrrAr:nur Ru;h;nd I,-" Miss luncheon at the Lutheran church
Elsto Waltemath relumed tho latter nasomBuu
part of the week from Omaha where
tho latter has been talcing ireauuuui.
THE ENROLLMENT OF THE CITY
SCHOOLS IS MUCH GREATER
THAN FORMERLY.
Yesterday Superintendent Llttcl
gave out tho following enrollment of
the city schools: In tlie jciiorson
school there aro 309 pupils, in the
Washington 397, in tho Lincoln 384,
in tho Franklin 44G, In tho Central
Uich School 1!0G making a total en
roUment of 1813 Btudents. This Is a
larger enrollment than former years
and now teachers and equipment havo
been added to meet the demands ot
each school.
POPULAR BRANCH LIBRARY IS
TO BE OPENED AT THE
LINCOLN SUHOUU
CONTINUES THROUGH THIS WEEK
D0NT fail to take advantage of this un
usual MONEY-SAVING EVENT.
LOOK OVER THIS LIST OF VALUE GIVING BAR
GAINS. SEE WHAT YOUNEED THEN COME IN AND
LET US CONVINCE YOU OF OUR UNDERSELLING
ABILITY.
Mens and Young Mens Fall and 50 $000
L3
Winter Overcoats up to $35 val-
ues lor tins saie oiuy ,
Mens and Younc Mens All Wool $mCfc.50 $ 180
Suits up to $42.50 values for
this sale only
Shoes
!. UUerv.of Richmond, lnu. sup-
.... i . -f nniintriinfliin nf ITllltOll
iu.iv. . . onnieiHlUIIl. Ul uiimuuwn .
u.,rvv Murrin and daughter Hai- i,h hulldlnes. (arflvcd in
riot were called to Omaha Saturday to yesterday, coming hero in ro-
account of tho serious comm.mi chamber of Cominorco
"When you have money to
.spare
LOAN IT TO C. D"
C. D. stands for Certifi
cate of Deposits, familiar lo
.all our customers.
C. D. always "comes up
with the tide'' and always
has paid obligations when
due or demand.
Ideal for fall money.
Interest rate 5 per cent.
Deposits in this hank are
protected by the Depositors
Guarantee Fund of the State
of Nebraska.
UNION
STATE BANK
ALL
Grain Checks Cashed Here.
on
nf T.nwrenco Murrin.
iJVnno.es Flynn, son of Mr. ana
Mrs. James Flynn, has been promot
ed to vice-president of tho Loose-
r. rinun TTnrvnRlflr Co. ill MOW
OUBi "ttlJV' .
York Cltty.
it.,-,.,, vinisiinum of Omaha visit
i ; ...
cd local friends and transacteu uusi
that the needs of an extension to tin
post office building' be investigated.
Mr. Ullery will bo in town sevui.w
. t L 41.
dnys and will fully investigate ui
needs of more room to expedite me
hnmlllne of mail. He will also in-
vontlgato the proposod Improvomont
i i...Uinunt of tho Inderal DUlKi-
UU lll""" I III Lliv lltioiitii"". w
ness in tho city tho latter part ot lng for whlch notorial Is now belli
tho weelc. Ho was a lormur n,saombled.
I .
dent. . . I . V nnmniT. frf,iATr iiwatS
Xi. N. Lamb and family left sat- iajlmuj i'"""'""" Vw
Miss Lorotta Murphy, City Librar
ian, has just announced that alio will
reopen the Juvenile branch library
at. tho Lincoln School on Friday,
Oct. 7. This branch was lirst opon-
ed about three years ago and the
number of borrowers has steadily
increased until it has bocomo a reg
ular part of tho school.
Spade Last Brogue seasons
newest shoe regular45
85.0 va"uc for this Ij
Shoes
English Walkers, Cordovan
Calf, regular $650 $y95
values for this sale UL
0lll1
HIGH SCHOOL RECORD IN
GAME WITH COZAD
urday for Long Beach, Calif., to
. i. fntiiro homo. Many
UUlllU " -
social function's have been given in
tiinlr honor
A cablegram was received hunaay Qn Frlday ln tho first gamo of
by Mr. and Mrs. C. S. uunion aaon by BCOro of 17G to 0.
lng that thoir daughter and husband
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Itlchardson nau
Tho North-Platto High School foot
ball team defeated tho Cozad aggro
nrrivod eafolv In Paris. Thoy wore
to loavo soon for Milan, Italy.
Tho Stato Convention of tho Am
erican Legion was hold at Fromout
tho season by a score of 17G to 0.
This score breaks tho local fhlgh
school record as tho highest scoro
ovor made was in 101C when tho
local olovcn won from tho Choyenno
Tnilinna 112 to 0. A largo crowd
Uiilittu tw " I HllOIlUUU IUU fclWUU UUU Uiuiu
last week. Dr. McKlrahan and Roy JaBm bolng Bll0Wn In football. this
. .ii .A.t Mnrtli "Plnffrt I . .
Cochran attended from North Platte y(jar lhm QlfQr befor0i Tho Rotary
tno oiner uiuuiuu M....r
to mako connections for ono reason
or another. Mr. Cochran was elect
and Kiwanls Clubs attended in
body. Tho High School pupils occu
..... a O .1.,. ..wntiilutntlfl
Ul I"'""'" I )10(1 II HUUllUll Ul UlU (,iuiiuu.u
i.l to renresent the SlxUi district lfonntnir thlnM colnir with their yolls
I mvvj.io '-!- I J 1 J - -
on uio uno iuuutivu v-uhuuh.www ana Hongs,
m J-Mum nP litrA irnnra thorn hotnCT I
IQr II IVi III VL VTU JtMlOl ,vw ,
two mnmbors ot the committee from notiuiu
nach district. Dr. McKlrahan was Water ront is duo and will no uc
oinrtnd as alternate dologato-at-largo linnuont on tho 20th of October
to tim Nfitional convention of tho norsnoy a. woicn
Toulon which meets at Kansas City. Water Commissioner
BOYS ALL WOOL C ITC
TWO PANTS DUHO
Regular S12.50 value for this sale ouly
October Records
ON SALE NOW
Vocal
Instrumental
Dance
Novelty
Numbers
Roberts Music Co.
110 East Front Street
$p5Q
HIGHEST GRADE 15A,TO MaMrifiaWQ
ALL WOOL x.j.a w
Hcculur S7.00 values for this sale only
MENS HEAVY fnilf QwPfltofS
MREY COTTONfl
Regular $2.50 value for this sate only
MENS HEAVY IT
COTTON RIBBED uiuu yu
Regular SI .50 value lor tins saie amy
THE LITTLE STORE WITH THE BIG VALUES
f
YHERH LOW PRICE
MEETS
GOOD QUALITY
Cor. Front & Dowoy Sts.
CORNER FRONT & DEWEY STS..