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liuw1 i stc 4' eettlg Wtafc f TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR. NORTH PLATTE,, NEB., NOVEMBER 29, 1912. No. 8 Movti mm (JW444''I'4C' : 5 TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS rank Elliott returned last evening from a short visit in Ogalalla. E. A. Surbcr left this morning for Sutherland to spend a week or longer on business. .Tho'D. of H. Social Club will meet with Mrs. Tim Hanifin next Tuesday afternoon. .Miss Violet Brooks, of Gothenburg, who has been visiting her aunt Mrs. E. A. Surber will return home Monday. Leslie Baskins camo up from the state university Wednesday evening to spend his holidayu with the homo folks. "Bob" Waldo, who has been em ployed in Cheyenne for a year past, ia sponding this weok with town friends. Earl Carlton, who has been conduct ing a shoe repairing shop at Sidney for some time, is spending this week in town. Robert Sullivan roturned last evening from Sidney where he had been working for the tolephone company for several weeks. Clyde Cummings and a party of young folks camo up from Lexington hist evening to attend the dance at the Masonic hsvll. Charles Hendy, Jr., of Denver, re turned homo last eyening after visiting his family whoare guests at the Bratt residence. "Your gift must give future satis faction' as well as immediate pleasure." Nothing more lasting than good jewelry. Dixon, The Jeweler. Miss Pearl Howland who has been teaching at Keystone came down Wed nesday visit her aunt Mrs. Albert Schatz. Lewis Highsnider, formerly of this city, who has been employed in Omaha for several weeks, is spending this Aveek with town friends. Mrs. George White and children, of Sutherland.returned homathis morning having been the jue'st of Mrs. White's brother Will Hawley for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. A. ,W. Archer will leave ,- about the first of the year for Paris, where Mr. Archer will study architect ure for a year or so. "Mr. Archer ex pects to complete his work here about December. Try an expert watchmaker if your watch does not keep good time. Clinton, The Bizzy Jeweler. Proves a Fiasco. The boxing exhibition at the Lloyd last evoning between Smith of Sidney andLange of Omaha proved a fiasco, due to tho fact that the night before Smith, while undor the influence of liquor, went out joy riding, fell from the car and Injured his hand and arm so bndly that when he appeared in tho ring he was unable to do much sparring. He did not divulge his condition to the promotors of the event until just before entering the ring, and thoy, the prom otors, announced that those of tho audience who were not satisfied, would have their admission fee refunded. A few took advantage of this offer. The promoters had hoped to give the pat rons an evening of .clean sport, and that the affair ended as it did was not their fault. Had Smith been in con dition it is probable that he would have clearly outclassed Lange. Owners of city property, lots or houses, can find sale for same by list- ins with us. Property priced right finds ready sale. Buchanan & Patterion. Henry Schrieber returned this morn ing from a visit in eastern towns. The Record Keeper of the L. 0. T. M. will be at the Newton storo Satur day. 'Mrs. W. H. Combs wont to Brady yesterday to spond several days with relatives. For Rent Two front rooms forlight houso keeping. Inquire at 804 Dewey or phono Red 240 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tetro, of Brady, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elliott yesterday. Miss Rose Horn, of Omaha, is ex pected tomorrow to visit Miss Ethel Donegan for a weok. George La Salle, cashier of the Chappsl National bank, is visiting James Sebastian this week. Dell Bonner returned to tho State University this morning after spending a few days with the home folks. Eben Warner, former" manager of the telephone oflice. came down from Chad- dron Wednesday evoning to spend a few days on business. You Know. 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At Dealers Everywhere STANDARD OIL COMPANY (Nebriuka) Omaha Chamber of Commerce Meeting At a meeting of tho Board of Direc tors of the Chamber of Commerco Wed nesday evening, J. G. Beoler sumbitted tho report of R. H.. Willis on "Estimate of Cost of Reconstruction of Old South Side Canal" which report was in de tail showing cost of all items of tho construction of a modern irrigation canal, which when completed will place 25,000 acres under irrigation, Tho es timated cost, allowing for nil contin gencies and tho best of workmanship and materials was under $100,000.00, The report was, accepted and referred back to the committee for their further action toward placing the information therein contained in the hands of the property owners under said proposed canal. The committee will prepare this report for publication in full at a later dato. The good roads committee reported the work being done through tho county commissioners under the supervision of County Roads Supervisor, Otto Thoe lecke, on the three main roads to the north, showing that the samo were being hayed and clayed as fast as pos sible and will soon be placed in the best condition. ' A report was received from the Rail road committee showing that they had been unable to secure the relief re quested from the company, in roferonce to better train service, for the reasons as stated by the company officials that their present service on the branch was being operated at a loss. The matter was left in the hands of the committee however for their further action looking to the securing of relief from the pre sent inadequate service. M. E. Crosby, Secretary. Defeats Cheyenne. Eight hundred or a thousand people assembled at the foot ball grounds yesterday afternoon to see what had been heralded as "tho" game of the liason, tho Cheyenne warriors being the opposing team. And it was "tho'' gamo, but only as it related to the ecorc made by tho local eleven, the vi si tots securing nine points while the North Platte boys run up 110. As the score Indicates, the game was not of particular Interest, it was so "easy" as to almost make it fa c ca). When tho teams assembled on the Held the visitors looked like sanitarium patients as compared with heavy North Plotters, but there was a chance that what tho Choyennese lacked in "beof" might be mado up in team work and srrmt ing. This hope, however, was dissi pated aftor the first two minutes of play, during which the locals mado a touch down and kicked goal. The only gains made by tho visitors and they were fewwore made by forward passes, and the ficotness of foot of one or two players. It was by this method that thoy scored a goal kick, tho other two points boing secured by means of a "safety." In general playing there was no com parison in the work of the two teams, tho locals outclassing tho visitors nt evory point. Every North Platte player showed up strong, and it is to bo re gretted that the last game of the sea son was with so weak a team. The North Platto team ended tho season without a defeat, nnd this too after having played with all tho strong teams of western Nebraska, thestrong i a t an in Colorado and the supposed champions of Wycminp. Apparently the only high school team in the state that might prove interest ing for North P'atto would bo Omaha, and efforts have been made to secure a gamo with that team, but so far the the efforts havo been futile. James Morton returned Wednesday from n short stay in Denvor. Konnoth Basset, of 8idnoy, was a guest at tho LoDoyt home yesterday. Robert Armstrong, of Choyenno, visited his family in this city yostorday. Roland Banks, of Loxington, spent Thanksgiving with his uncle W. T. Banks and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fleishman ore enjoying n visit from tho latters' sister Miss Donovitch of Omaha who arrived hero Wednesday. Wanted Girl for general housework. G02 West 4th. Phone 2&1. tf Mrs. Harry Vincent, formerly of this city, camo from Holdrego Wednesday evening to spend a week with friends. Federated Crafts' Dance. The first annual ball to bo given by the Federated Crafts was held at the Lloyd opera house Wednesday evening. Although the attendance was not as largo as the affair deserved, yet the number of dancers comfortably filled the hall and enjoyed the fine program of twenty-six dances. Prior to the flrstwaltz a concert was given by the Stamp Orchestra which received gener ous applause from the spectators and dancers. Dancing continued until midnight when one hour intermission Was given to partake of supper at various cafes and the dancers returned to the hall to complete the program. Tho dancing cards were neatly covered and tho order of dances arranged to suit al present. The ball taken as a whole was one of the social successes of the season. Keith Theatre Tuesday, Dec. 3rd, WM.A. BRADY, Ltd. Presents the Greatest Play of the Day Bought and . vr Paid For." By GEORGE BROADHURST vV Direct From a Year's Run at William A. Brady's Play House, Now YorkCiiy. It has the "Punch." Big. Throbbing, Real. Prices SO Cents to $1.50. The CRYSTAL "Bought and Paid For.". Broadhursts social drama "Bought and Paid For" will be given at the Keith Tuesday evening by a first cfcss company Robert Stafford, n, powerful nnd domineering financier, has married Virginia Blake, a telephone girl. After their marriage, Stafford begins coming home drunk nt almost regular intervals, and forcing upon his wife his drunken attention. Virginia has borne it as long as she could. On this particular night no is uuusuauy ouensive. nicer cue other members of the party family have departed he beginB to make love abnox iously. She" pleads with him, tries to appeal to his madhood; escapes several times from his embraces. But ho is persistant. He follows her about the room. At length he goes to the door and orders champagne brought to tho apartment with two glasses. Ho tries to get his wife ta drink with him, but she refuses. He becomes angry and lets forth nn ucly stream of words, airain he tries to catch her nnd force his dis gusting kisFes upon her. She throws him off, and tells him ho is robbing her of her self-respect. He becomes ugly nnd insulting. He tells her he has bought and paid for her; that she was nothing until he came-and lifted herout of her poverty. Ho says ho hns given her everything and that now she spurns his affections; ho declares ho has a legal right to her, and by sheer brute force lie Holds ner in ins arms una kisses tier. She tears away from him and rushes in to her room locking the door. Inflamed by his drunkon passion he snatches tho heavy brass fire-tonga and crying in blind frenpy that ho had a right to her, ho crashes in the heavy wooden panel of her door and forces his way into her room . STEP IN. Opposite Depot 3SHOB2 i Hi Bl PALACE CAFg 1 iMJiJiilBialjWWftiiite&iaaaitaftri'FiWMBlwCCT Dine here Today. This Cafe is the one that will please your fancy in cleanliness, good food and service. Prices reasonable. J.O-N iht and Saturday. PICTURES Thy Will be Done Bob's Deception The Bomerang ! VAUDEVILLE. The Mathews Musical Trio, in Musical Selections and a Big Contortion Act. 10e and 15c Comfort to California. I "The brilliant sparkling of real cut glass is always u welcome sight in any home." ?.lay we have the pleasure of showing you some of our new designs. Dixon, The Jeweler. Mrs. Matt Walsh and children, form erly of this city who are now residents of Bridgeport, nrrived a few days ago to visit nor mother Mrs. Mary Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tollofsen, of Sutherland, visited the latters' parents. Mr. and Mjs. George Donehower yes terday. Edward Mulcahy, who has been em ployed in CI eyenne for several months, pent Thanksgiving with the Murphy family. For Sale In front of V. II . Sullivan's second hand store on Saturday at 2 p. m., all illy .household goods including an upright organ, 2 iron beds, bed springs, mattresses, sideboard, dressers, commode, wash stand, range, dishos, cooking utensils, dining room table and chaira. V. D. Mathis. W'issEamasmmmtmsxKxmsss. trmm tt & travel m There are manyroutes'to select from, each having special fea tures. 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