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, Wm Jjtortft iptte jtan-38lttlt nfonte. s? a. TWENTY-NINTH YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEB., NOVEMBER 6, 1914. No. 83 LOCAL AND PEKSONAL Mrs. A. P. Carlson and Miss Jennie Carlson spent the early part of the week with friends In Gothenburg. Let your next shoes be Queen Qual ity, sold by WILCOX DEPARTMENT STOKE. Mrs. Gutchall, of Denver, wife of Conductor Tom Gutchall, arrived yes terday for a visit at the Geo. A. Walk er home. Mrs. G. W. Lux, of this city, was called to Rockford, 111., yesterday by a telegram announcing the death of her brother's wife. Christian Science society Sunday 11 a. m., subject "Adam and Fallen Man." Wednesday evening meetings at S o'clock; Building and Loan building, room 25. The gentlemen will be welcome nt the Lutheran parish house November 12th, and will bo served with a nice lunch by the Episcopal ladles. t2 Clydo Trotter, who recently sold his interest in the Brady Stato Bank to W. W. Winquest, has purchased the real cstato business and ofllce fixtures of C. B. Schleicher at Brady. The Domestic Science department of the Twentieth Century Club will meet Monday afternoon with Mrs. E. A. Garlichs. Business matters will bo considered and a large attendance is desired. Can you afford to miss it? What7 Why tho chanco to get your presents for Christmas all ready made at the Lutheran parish house November 12th. t2 J. D. Goring, a prominent farmer of tho Gering vicinity, moved his family this week to this city and they will now mak c their home here. They are now living at 314 south Walnut street. Tho work of- excavating the base ment of tho now Pizer building on Lo cust street began yesterday. Taking advantagb of the present fine weath er, tho work will bo pushed as rap idly as possible. I have tho Reliable electric vacuum cleaner for sale and rent. Mrs. M. V. Mitchell, Phone Red 104. tl J. T. Byrne, of Los Angeles, former ly of this city, in a letter to, Victor VonGoetz dated November 2d, says: "Wo wero at a North Platte picnic in Los Angeles yesterday. Saw fifty former North Platte people. Mrs. Daisy Hinman was one of the num ber." Mr. and Mrs. P. C. McDermott, of Kallispel, Mont., arrived in the city yesterday for a visit of some time with Mr. McDermott's parents, Mr. ond Mrs. M. C. McDermott, and his his brother W. C. McDermott and family. Mrs. J. A. Rlcheson lett today for Gothenburg to spend a week or more visiting rolatlvcs and friends. For Rent 1 room houao on east Second street, also hard coal burner for sale. Phono black 140. 83t2 The Entre-Nous club will meet Wed nesday afternoon of next week at the home of Mrs. Harry Barraclough on west Ninth street. Francis Dunn returned last even ing from a visit with homo folks at Wood River. The Baptist ladles will meet for their regular monthly bustnessmcct ing this afternoon at the home of Mrs. Toole, 714 east Fourth street Listen! Do you know that there will bo bcatlful hand made rugs Lot sale at tho Lutheran parish house Nti" vember 12th? t2 Mrs. Clyde Cook, Miss Fay and Miss Thomas, of North Platte, visited in tho city today with the family of H.B. Jackson. Grand Island Independent. The Lutheran ladles will give their annual chicken and Wallle supper at tho Masonic hall Thursday, November 19. Price 35 cents. Everybody in vited. Wenthnr forecast for North Platte and vicinity: Fair tonight nnd Sat-' urday. Highest temperature yester day 76, a year ago Gl; lowest last night 32, a year ago 39. Tho sale which the ladles of the Episcopal Guild will hold on Thurs day, Novenibe"r 12th will bo held at the Lutheran parish house instead of at tho Lutheran parish house. The change was made necessary on ac count of the sale of tho Episcopal par ish house Uii3 week. Munslng underwear, the kind that is made right and wears right, sold only by WILCOX DEPARTMENT STORE. The free lecture to be given at tho Keith theatre next Tuesday evening by Mr. Virgil O. Strickler, C. S., of New York City, should bo well at tended, as it is educational. Tho ob ject ot tho lecture is to give the pub lic a chanco to have a better under standing of what Christian Science is and what it stands for. These lec tures are given by the local churches or societies throughout tho United States and tho expense is maintained by the society or church, so there is no collection taken. Mr. Strickler Will keep his audience interested from start to finish as 'he is considered a good- lecturer and if you fall to hear him you will bo tho loser. Special Tor S-turdnr. Sixty-five cent all wool storm serge In blue, red, tan and black, 45 cents per yard. $1.75 full size Comfortables, jor Saturday only, 79 cents. THE LEADER. ROBERT PARMLEK AltllKSTKI) OX ANOTHER SERIOUS CHARGE HQadquatrtQitr for When Yoa Buy Clothes You Want To Be Sure You Get Full Value For Every Dollar That Is Just What We Guarantee We you want to get such big value for every dollar here that you will be more than satis fiedwe want you to be an enthusiastic booster for this store, its new styles and it's high qualities Make up your mind that you will go to The Clothing Store of Better Values AND SEE THEIR DISPLAY OF CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS BEFORE YOU BUY HARCOURT & JENSEN NORTH PLATTE'S MODERN CLOTHING STORE. Robort Parmlco was arrested yester day morning by Deputy Sheriff Roy Wilson on the chargo of statutory rape, tho complaining witness being Minnie Thleda, a young girl under eighteen years of age. Ho was brought to Jail and was taken before tho Jutlgo yesterday afternoon. Ho entered a pica of not guilty and waived prelim inary examination. Ho was released on bonds of $500 which were furnished Uy T. S. McCrono. , Parmlco was arrested last spring on the same chargo against Frelda Thleda and is now awaiting trial on that count. This second count Is al leged to havo been committed in April, about tho time of the first case. Locals Defeat Kenrnej High In a hard fought game tho local eleven yesterday defeated tho Kear ney high school bunch by tho scoro of 13 to 7. North Platto won the game in the first quarter when Cool made a sensational long run nnd a touchdown. After that neither team seemed to havo tho ndvannge nnd tho play was mostly near tho middle of the field. In tho fourth quarter Kearney scored a touchdown nnd kicked goal nnd North Platte then came back with' an other with tho above result. A number of enthusiasts went down from hero to nttend tho game. Many of the high school girls accompanied tho team down on No. 16 and several of the second string men went down also. Coach Nevillo and Leslie Das klns accompanied them also. The next game will be 6n tho local grounds with Omaha and a fast one is anticipated. Omaha has been losing some games this season but they1 undoubtedly have a strong aggregation. SKI UTS We liuic a alue In skirls ami if Hint is uliiit j on are looking for Wo Want You to Come Here. No store can compute flltli us. Wc ghc joh tlie erj latest stjlcs in the latest materials at prices that defy competi tion. 3TmIc of imported all vtool serges, Crepes vtlth accordion ideal oil Russian tunics, blue, black and brovtii, regular price $7."0, for Saturday on ly SMS. Till LEADER. Charged With Bootlegging. Thomas Regan was arrested Wed nesday by the local officers on com plaint of Peter O'Dean charged with unlawfully selling liquor without a license. Suit waB filed in tho county court and Regan was taken beford tho judge yesterday afternoon nnd he entered a plea of not guilty. Hearing was set for November 12th. Ho was unable to furnish ball nnd is being held at the county Jail to await the hearing. Three Itrothcrs Killed in Buttle. William Hoyso of this city received a telegram last evening announcing that three of his brothers who wero In the German army were killed. The three men wero killed by tho same shot which killed eighteen men and wounded several more. Printzess Garments are Moderate in Price So much has been said of Printzess quality of their clev er styles, all wool materials, master workmanship and unsual fitting qualities, that many liavo thought Print zess coats and suits to bo high priced. The enthusiastic praise of those who have worn' Printzess has also tended to increase this feeling, As a matter of fact Prilnzess garments aro really very moderate in price, and if you really have felt that they wero beyond your reach youll bo agreeably surprised after a visit to our grament section We shall bo glad to explain Prntzess quality and price to you. Special Prices All Ladies' Suits to go at cost It is a spe cial inducement to wear one of our Printzess Suits. New, Nifty Stuff to bo closed out at cost. Wo never carry over garments from previous sea sons, so wo show you nothing but this season's merchandise. i i i J5wiFmt 5 M 5 l Mttiptc.-ui s E3 - l 7 && iuits from $7.50 to Sl&HWtail B argains EBHI PHHH . i . Tram Tine Itipe Potatoes. Come to the North Side Barn or phono 29 for your Potatoes. They aro home grown. Will sell them In five bushel lots at fifty-five cents per bushel for tho next thlry days. Mrs. Prank Powers and Mrs. Al Brown very pleasantly entertained a number of ladies yesterday afternoon in honor oi Mrs. Fredling of Seattle. Wash., who is visiting in tho city, various games were Indulged In nnd prizes were won by Mrs. McMullen and Mrs. Fredling. At the close of the afternoon an enjoyable lunch was served. Tho literary department of tho Twentieth Century Club will meet at ilic library with tho General Club Tuesday evening, November 10th Each member of tho General Club will nlonsn rpRnnnrl In mil rnll wlfli n pnr- I ronf- nvpnf . Miss Clara Redfleld, of Molboia, Neb., is visiting Mrs. J. II. Posey. Word was n.viived this morning from A. F. Pru.llth, of Detroit, brothei of he insane man who was taken from Nc. 8 yesteriay, dating that ho would b here ns so' an possible. All members of tho W. H. C. nre urged to bo present at tho hall Sat urday afternoon. Tho inspector will be hero and refreshments will bo served. The membors of tho G. A. R are also Invited to be present. Mrs. F. E. Wtnklenian, of Fremont, arrived in the city last evening for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. J. R Carrol and other relatles and friends Andrew llnggerly returned yester day to his home in Denver after vinit ing in this city for sovoral days with his brothers, Thomas and Pat. Mis.8 Pearl Koontz returned homo Wednesday from Wellileet whore she spent two weokB visiting friends For Ront Furnished room at Cll west Fourth Btreet. 79tf WAR SIDNIAKY No British warships are in Chilean ports. The futo of tho three British cruiscib that engaged five Gorinun warships olt the coast of Chile and the transport that accompanied them, remains a mystery Great Britain has declared war on Turkey, and tho Ottoman government, despite dlsscntiou in the cabinet, Is definitely committed to hostilities against Great Britain, Franco nnd Servia & y The now drive for the sea coast of the heavily reinforced German forces in Belgium has been met by a coun ter offensive of the also augmented armies of the allien In the vicinity of Ypres. "The Franco-British lines havo at no point drawn back," says tho after noon Fronch oillclal statement, nnd our troops undertaking tho olfenslvo have made notable progress In several directions." It is declared that the allies havo mndo slight progress to the east of Nieuport and that German attacks from DIxmude to the Lys are being mndo with less energy Renewed Ger man activity Is reported on tho center without notable change, and on tho right of the allien the situation remains deadlocked. The Russians are claiming that tho Germans aro falling buck not only In Russian Poland, but also on the east Prussian fiontler, nnd that Russian troops have penetrated at points on the east Prussian border Election News From counties so far reporting, sonic in full nnd somo partial, More head has a lead of about 10,000 votes. The remainder of tho candidates on tho democratic and republican tickets aro running neck and neck, Elovcn counties complete, Including Douglas, gives Hoagland 20,950 and Pearson 20,912, a dlfforenco of only forty-coven votes. Tho vote on woman's Biiffrngo aB tabulated by today's Bee, shows a ma jority of about 2500 against tho prop osition. This tublo Includes Douglas county, where tho majority agaliiBt was 1,000. The vote on congressman In tho Fifth Nebraska district is vory close. Tho returns up to last evening gnvo Barton a lead of less than a00. Tho contest in tho First district is also close, Reavis lpading McGulro by less than a hundred votes. Kinknld's ma jority in this, tho Sixth district, will be very large. A Now Yort dispatch states that the democrats will havo a majority of twenty-live in tho lowor houso of con gress, whilo in tho senato thoro will bo flfty-flvo democrats and forty re publicans. Douthett is olected to tho stato Bomito from this dlsrlct nnd Wood hurst hits a nlco ninjority over McCar thy for flooJt roprqfscntntlvo, Each of Uicbo aro elected from districts composed of Lincoln, Dawson and Keith counties. W. E. Hull, who had been lnylng off for sovornl days as the result of u. pleco of steel Hying in his eye, was ablo to roturn yostorday to his duties at tho round house. For Salo Duroc Jersey Male Pigs.. Cheap If sold at once. Frank Strolberg, routo 1, five miles west of North Platto, Neb. 80-4 Mrs. Minor Monow left this morn ing for her homo In Council Bluffs, af ter vlsllng In tho city for several days with hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. T, J. Bnldock and family. EVERYBODY KNOWS X That for GENEROUS VALUES Cattle Scourge Spreading Past Washington, Nov. 5. Placing of n federal quarantine on shipment of llvo stock out of Ohio and Wisconsin and reports of tho rapid spread of tho foot and mouth dlscaso in states already quarantined ninrked tho day's devel opments nt tho Department of Agrl- culturo In tho fight ngalnst tho worst epidemic of the Infection ever known In tho United States. Scores of additional federal inspec tors wero rushed Into tho field to traco every shipment from Infected centers. Roports from Inspectors al ready at work led department ofll clals to predict tonight that many oth er communities soon will bo affect ed. FULL FLAVOR AND STRENGTH APPETIZING AROMA The bast coffees are CHASE & SANBORN'S ' A Tea unci Coffee Name IDE Guaranteed 'Skirts Charming creations sure to please me most fastidious. Guaranteed color fast, perfect fitting, to wear satisfactorily. of Satisfying Fame $1.50 and up Scoonover & Co. No grocer in North Platte will look you squarely in the eye and tell you his coffees are better than Chase & Sanborn's. lie may say they are "just as good," hut why buy the "just as good" kind? BUY CHASE & SANBORNS COFFEE The Standard By Which Others Are Judged Lierk-Sandall Co., Agents.