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emt'HleeliI (Tribune. TIIIRTY-T1IIRD YEAR NORTH PLATTE, NEB,, MARCH 2, L917. No, 14 3" CITY AM) COUNTY NEWS Lots of now dress goods and silks nro boing opened up overy day at Tho Leador Mercantilo Co.'s, Charloy Thoniburg will loavo.thls ovonlng for Chadron to work In tho shops. Mrs, Thornburg will leave next week. Engineer Sebastian Schwalgor left last evening for a few days' visit in Omnlin, spending part of tho time at tho auto show. Mrs. Victor Anderson entertained at bridge at tho Tlnimennan liotel last evening aftor which refreshments woro served at tho Gem. Brakoman Jas. Jodor, iwlio has boon omployeu; on tho branch at Goring sinco last fall, came down Wednesday night to visit friends. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dretornltz, for merly of this city, who spent several (weckB hero with rolatlvos, returned to Portland last evening. A homestead of tho Yoonion wlll be instituted at Mooreflold tomorrow ev ening. Several members of the North Plntto homestead will attend. Got what is right in style and price in ladlos' suits coats, skirts and dross es at Tho Economy. II. S. HASKINS, Mgr. Christian Science socioty, Sunday 11 a. m., subject of lesson sonnon "Christ Josus." Building and Loan building, room 25. A cordial invitation is ex tended to all. Women's and misses' now spring stylo suits, coats, drosses and skirts aro coming in by express every day from America's greatest fashion cen ters at Thd Leader Morcantilo Co.'s. Wanted) A man in tho Nebraska state prison expects to bo released on parole. In A'pril if he can get a place on a farm at $15 per month. Phono or -writo Rev. Robt, White, North Platte. Piatt Whito Is spending this wcok tn Omaha while enrouto homo from Kansas City. Eldorly woman wanted for house work. Writo to Box 592 North Platte. Moro snow last night, moro this foronoon well we weed about five inches of precipitation this month, so let's nl consider tho snow a Mossing. For Sale A 1917 model Ford touring car with olectrlc startor. Car only used throe months. Good n8 now. Post office box 508, North Platte, Nob, Dean Burnett, of tho state agricult ural collego at Lincoln, spent Wcdnos- day In town, coming here to attend , tho hog sale at tho state sub-station., Aiuto oil, gas onglno oil, harvostor oil, all kinds of oil and uxlo groaso at Tho Economy. i II. S. HASKINS, Mgr. Miss Fosta Grimes, of Omaha, who Js a membor of a theatrical company, Is visiting with her mother, Mrs." W. B. Salisbury. Wcathor forecast for North Platte and vicinity: Probably unsettled aijd' colder, tonight and Saturday, Highest' tomporaturo yesterday 28, a year ugoi 30; Iowost last night 20, a year ago 3. Mr. and Mrs. W II. LoDloyt were tendorcd a surprise party Wednesday ovonlng in honor of their tAveuty-ilfth woddlng anniversary. About two hun dred friends, neighbors and out of town guests woro present and pre sented tho host and hostess with many boautlful articles of cut glass and sli ver. A musical program in which Mlssos Mario LeDioyt, Zolla Dorram, Adclo LoDloyt, Mesdames Frank Laughlln and B A. Cram took part, was greatly enjoyed. Late In tho ev ening a dinner was served. Those as sisting In serving wero Misses M,arLo Crook, Marion Lawson, Helen Smith, Florence Gunnell, Elslo Waltcmath, Altha Miller, Roglna Nolan and Mar jory Den. MEN WHO WERE IN THIS VOU.H A STATU ASSOCIATION, ! k. . xn i:u a miti'CToit fITV PIPTV VP A PC A HA Six hundrod nulo donlers of Nobras Ul I 111 II IDMi) iUIU ka mot at ho Hotel Fontonello hi pmaha Wednesday evening, tilled tholr .., . ' 'stomachs on beefsteak and then pro- TWO OLD TMIGIiS HI' AH OF SOL COcded to organic tho Nebraska Aw CHNTKNNIAL CKIiKHHATlON i tomobllo Trade Association. OITIcers AND JIAY CO.MIv and directors woro elected, and Jn tho ' ' '.selection of directors for the three N. Oglor, of litis city, IV. T. Murphy, Former rnion Tactile your term 10. -All over the Gountey - -THE NATIONAL COFFEE- ONE POUND CAN . . 45c. TWO POUND CAN 85c. LIERK-SANDALL CO. OUR NEXT SEMI-MONTHLY PUBLIC SALE WILL BE HELD AT North Side Barn, North Platte SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1917. Commencing at 10 o'clock a. m., rain or shine, as sale will be under roof. We will offer at this sale 100 HEAD OF MIXED CATTLE Cunsisling" of yearlings and two year olds, and about twenty milch cows coming fresh. A NUMBER OF HORSES WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE ONE 10 YEAR OLD JACK. TWO CARS OF NEW AUTOMOBILES Will be offered for sale if they arrive on time. In addition there will be a number of second-hand cars on sale. TO THE PUBLIC: It is our attention to hold these sales twice a month, and all .farmers and others who have stock or farm machinery they want to dispose of aro invited to bring them in ayd include them in our sale, We charge two percent for selling. TERMS OF SALE: All sums under $20 cash, above that sum 10 months' time at 10 per cent. These semi-monthly sales will be published ex clusively in the North Platte Tribune and Tryon Graphic. Watch these papers for announcements. JULIUS MOGENSEN. COL. L. M. McCLARA, Auctioneer, GERMANY ASKS ALLIANCE AGAINST UNITED STATES INTKUJUi: WITH .MEXICO ITM'OV HHKI; .UPAS TO 1113 ASK HI) TO JOIN IN COMHISi; li'iia mm nf iUn ivt nvlilnnnn flint Vit Engineer, ami Soldier Clms. II. & ,rotty won known in tho state ns llooghklrk liefer to Incidents nn auto desilor anil llvo wiro busings Happening in I8(i7. ,nan- The association hope tn include I in Ks membership till of tho 2.000 auto That N6rth Platte's proposed soml- dealers in tho Htnto. contonninl colouration is attracting at- - : ; ; tontlon tho country over and that It J A Moses Wanted Is of ospoclal Interest to men who in During tho past wook this office has tho plonoor days woro rosidonts ofjbeieti doluged' wltli lottera for publlen North Plntto or the country adjacent,! tlon on tho "rummy" and "social cou rts! ovidoncedl by two lotters which : tor" subjosts. "Wo can't publish all of The Tribuno received tills weak, tho i those, and wo don't know, ovou if writers of which woro In North Platte: wo woro to publish all, that It would fifty years ago. do any particular good. Agitation wlth- Tho first letter comes from T. I out action doesn't accomplish nny Murphy, who Is now an Inmato of tho tiling, though, of courao, through ngl homo for aged and disablod railroad tntlQn action may later como. Thcwe omployos at Highland Park, 111. Mr. ' letters almost without oxccJptlon Murphy writes ns follcl.Vs: como from thoeo who fuvor tho tolcr- ' Through the kindness of Mrs. C. ntion of card gamoB in cigar stores A. Dill I have received a icopy of tho 1 until tho people, or tho city, ostab- Trlbuno of February Dth. North Plntto1 lislios a better placo of recroation and to mo is tho most saerod placo on this ! wltliout oxcoption favor a social con-, planet I fim saw North Platto in tor. Practically all ask "who will 1SG7 when It was the en(i of tlie Unloni start tho ball rolling?" Thor is a I'nciuc traclc. in Uioso daj"s all tho: can Tor a Mosoe or Mosesc who will onglnos on the Union Pacific burned, respond? wood. Tho principlo dangers in those ::o:: days woro Indians. Tho first railroad February Weather men massacred by thorn was fourt Tho tomporaturo last month ranged miles West Of Plum Creek (now Lo.X- frmii Rivnnfv.Hirn rJmvn iukuuiw. mo oiigmcor aim uronian greos below zm but fortunatoly ; wuiu buiujiuu unu hul m uio lire oox flier vnra nn v t iron i avs In tho t.won. find burned. I got tho roinalns of both ty-olght when tho zero mark was! bodios out of tho flr-a box of ongine reached, and the moan for tho month I No. 53 tho next morning. Was liiirhor than fo- ' average Feb-' "I was in North Platte tho day tho nIary. Tho precipitation during tho ra lroad mon toro da.vn Seth Mobloy's ,.,00th utas thirty-flvo one-hundredths! printing oitico. uoionoi park bad the 0f an nch ns compared with forty first fprlntlng office In North 'Platto Ono hundredths as Uio average. In nnd tho first work of his son W. L. February, 1010, tho precipitation -was Park was in tho office. Gonanal Grant olgthy-ono ono-hundroilths and in Fob and General Sherman wero warm j-uary, 1915, It 1.11 lnchee. During frlcndB of Colonol Park. i tll0 m0nUi there woro sovon cltar days, ;i was in North Platto when Goner- an,i tb0 total movement of wind 5320 al Sherman mado the treaty with tho miles. Sioux Indians. I ' ::o:: "If I nm living nnd In health I hopo .TaSs! Itiipmi'insiiiliifes Suit. to ba nt you,r colobration. , . R. T,,)a ,iinnntH, ,int,i Wri,ma. Washington Stirred by u Note In the Possession of President Wilson Which Instructs the Ar. rangeiueul of (ho Plot "Among tho old ttmo onglno men running cut of North Plntto I romom-i her Getorgo Vromnn. Frank Tracy, .T. day has this to say of a forinor North Platto resident: "Michaol J. lluiloy, defendant In tho T. Knox, Chas. Ell, W. J. Stuart, D. C. ' fa " 'maroi"o88 bTonc o Congdon. George Austin. John Sulli- "m"80 S,U $1 500 000 and Judgo' van. Warren Lloyd pnd others, also f!? n , Jf ho St Louis i Major Dill who came to North Platto UX nm bate court were mado do-! y " tUeu rulK an ongine on up for ?7 000 thoy loftntt, ,.or IIor ' oau- , , petition sUUea that 'representations Tho second letter conies from Chas. of frlondship' for her by Ilurloy and II. Hooghklrk, of Lawton. Ia. He says: hor f(vlth ln hls rctondod frlondahlp' 'Sovernl weeks ago I saw in the cnUBCi i,or to bocomo Involved In a North Platts Semi-Weekly TrlbunP an flnnnclal way." artlclo asking the old settlors of North '. . (. . Platto eind VIciltnity lto holp mako ; Hcthodlst-Presbjlcrlan tho semi-centennial colobration a Sumny BChools 10 a, ni. grand success. I thought it would b; Morning worship 11 o'clock. Itobt. of interest to you and tho people of lilto will speak North Platto to know that General Mr- Evonlnff womUip 7:30. I). A. Cram Arthur was captain of Co. I, 36th U. S. j nneuk Infantry and was stationed with hisi' ' .... company at North Platt0 guarding tho Tho muslc nn(l' art (iopartmont of railroad bridgo across tho North Twpntloth Century club woro the Platto river I with a squad of recruits ,csls )f Mrs na,ph Sinlth Tuo3(iay for tho 3Gth Infnntry passed through ovonlnK Tho sul)ject for discussion your town about tho first of Jobrir-v. was ..Tho Humnn nn(ii Scientific side 1807 and marched south to Jack Mor-iof MusIc.. aml W1V8 (n8CUfl80a ln tho rows o d ranch, then called the June- round tublo nmnnor. DuriB tho ov lon City. Wo marche.i from there cninB Mr Frtulk undmnan gavo two through Julesburg and Ft. SodglAlck to, oxcollont readings and tho guests were Ft. Morgan a short distance east of alf)0 ont0rtained with Victrola soicc Donver. As I remombor it wns asovero tlon of JoUll McCornilck. winter and lots of suffering, and es pecially ranchmen, as fuel waa very scarco. Tho Tribune will bo glad to hear from men who woro hero jn tbo early days and reminiscences from them will bo appreciated. : :o.-: Mr. and Mrs. William Anderson, of Kearnoy, camo last ovonlng to visit tho lattor's slstor, Mrs. II, A. Law head, for a -weok. Miss AUco Langford roturnod yos- torday from a two weeks' visit with frlonds in Omaha and points in Iowa. Tho girls of tho local high school aro making arrangements to form a gymnasium class. Tho Ideal Bakery handles exclusive ly the stnto farm milk and cream, tf Mrs William Stegnll entertained the Entro Nous club In a pleasant mnnnor Wednesday afternoon. :::: Nollco Charles F. Ithoadoa will Uiko notice that on tho 23rd day of January, 1917, Goo. E. French, county Judgo within and for Lincoln County, Nebraska, is sued an order of attachment for the sum of $94.85 in an nction ponding bo foro him wherein Lottie Cronon Is plaintiff and Charles F. Hhoudes do fondant, that property of tho defendant consisting of money duo dofendant in tho hands of tho Union Pnclfic Rail road Company, has boon attached un der said ordor. Said cause was con tinued to tho 2Gth day of March, 1917. m2-3w LOTTIE E. CRONIN. Plaintiff. Washington, March 1. Revolution of how Gonnany, expecting war with tho United States ns tho result of its submarine campaign of ruthlowmctm, plotted to unite Moxlco and Japan with It for nn attnok on tho United States, has stirred tho Capital to Its depths. Members of congress, many of whom havo ibeon hesltatlng before Prcsidont Wilson's requost for full authority to deal (nfltli Germany ln tho proi(jnt situation, went to the cnpltol today reading documentary ovidonco of tho Intriguo which 'pro posed, to soparato Japan from its nl llos and add tho United Statiea to tho list of nations which Gormany hopos to soo conquorod In Its dreams of world domination. How Gormany, confident that unre stricted submarlno warfaro is tho In strument by which it will bring Eng land to its kneos, proposed a triple blow, Is rovalod ln a set of Instruc tions from Gorman Foreign Mlnistor Zimomian to Gorman Minister von Eckhardt ln Moxlco City, which was transmitted through count von Horns torff, Into onibasHndor bora. Unit Offered Mexico. At ono smleop, Gormany proposed to weaken tho entente nlllanco by tho dofoctlon of Japan, strike a crushing blow at England's naval power by Quitting off tho vital supply of Mexi can fuol oil and thoroughly engngo tho nttontlon of tho United States by an Invasion, in which Japan was to bo Invited to Join nnd for Ulilch Mox lco should bo rdwiardied) by recon quering its "lost provinces" Toxns, Now Mexico and Arizonn. Tills astonishing documont dnted Uorlln, January 19, 1917, contents of which havo for somo tlmo boon In possession of tho United States gov ernment shows "plainly that Gor many, wkll o making repeated prof testations to tho United Slates that It had no Intontlons of resuming Its sea campaign of rutluossnoiH, was making tho final arrangements for Its execution .two weeks jioforo It was announced, and had ovon gono so far In consideration of tho consequences that It proposed to moot thorn by tho attack of Moxlco nnd Japan upon the United States, IMcures (Jennnny Supreme. Gormnny pictured lto iMoxilao, by broad ilntlmatlon, England and tho ontcnto allies dofcatod1; Gormany nnd Its allies triumphant and In world domination by tho Instrument of un restricted wnrfaro. A copy of Zlmmormann's Instruc tions to Von Eokliardt, sent through Von Rornstorff, Is ln possession of tho United Stntos government. It Is an follciAH: "Uorlln, Jan. 19, 1917. On tho 1st of February wo lntond to bogln sub marlno warfaro unrestricted, in splto of this It Is our Intonton to endeavor to kcop neutral tho Untcd Stntos of America. "If this nttompt Is not successful, wo proposo nn nlllanco on tho follow ing baBis with Moxlco: That wo shall mako war togothor and together mako peace. Wo shall glvo general flnnn clal support nnd It is understood that Moxlco Is to rcconquor torrltory In Now Mexico. Texas nnd Arizona, Tho details nro loft to you Tor sottlcmont. "You aro Instructed to Inform the president of Moxlco of tho nbovo ln tho groatost conildonco, ns soon as It Is certain that thcro will bo nn out break of war hvdth tho United States, and suggest! Mint tho president of Mexico, on his own Inltlntlvo, should coninuinlcnto with Japan, suggesting adhoronco at onco to this plan; at tho sam time, offer to niodlato botween Gormany nnd Japan. "Plonso call to tho attention of tho president of Mexico thnt ho omploy jnon of ruthlosft submarlno warfare ,now promises to compol England to mako penco in a fow months. (Signed) ZIMMERMAN," Tjiis' documontl has ibecn tn tho hands of tho govornmont since Presi dent Wilson broko off diplomatic re lations with Gormany. It lion boon kept secret while tho president has boon asking congress for full author ity to deal with Gormany and Iwihile congress has boon hesitating. It was In tho prosldent'a hands whllo Chan cellor von Uotlimnnn IloUwcg was declaring that tho United Stntos had placed an Interpretation on the sub marlno declaration "novor intended by Germany" and that Gormany hnd pro moted and honored friendly rolntlons 'With tho United States "ns an holr- loom from Frederick tho Great." Of Itself. If tlioro woro no othor, It Is considered a sufficient nnswor to tho Gorman chancellor's plaint that tho Unltod States "bnisquoly" broko off rolatloiiB without giving "nuthentlo" reasons for its nction. : :o: , When down town shopping drop Into Tho Lwdor Morcantilo Co.'s. for you cannot holp but profit by each nnd ev ery visit. Our sales clorks will bo vory glad to show you all tho now latest stylos of nil sorto and kinds of mer chandise that's coming In very day nnd being opened up and plncod on our eountors and sholvos. nil nt big bargain prides, Wearai holding down tho prices. Mrs. Anna Soyfortli returned last ev ening from Omaha aftor vlsltng hor daughtors for a couplo of wooks, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Fcnwlck left yes terday morning for Omaha and other eastern cltlos of this state, Clydlo Trotter returned yesterday morning from a business visit in Omn-ha. The Ford Motor Co. WILL NOT ALLOW DEALERS TO STOCK CARS. This means your signed order at onee that we may order your F ORD for future delivery. Touring Car $395.05, Runabout $380.05 HENDY-OCIER AUTO CO., nOTHER AGAINST DAUGHTER1 The Great IRENE FENWICK in "THE CHILD OF DESTINY" A Metro wonderplay which frankly portrays a story, that all mothers and daughters should go to see 5 Tremendous Acts. Crystal Theatre MONDAY, MARCH Sth. Prices 10 and 15 Cents. .1 A OrOOCl Recom m e xi ci a, t i o n ThtfBiisiness man has confidence in tlie boy or other em ployee with n bnnk account. He knowa that any one who can save for himself can save for him, and that the money saved stands for character. t It does not menn how much you hove saved, but the fact that you hove shown a determination to do a certain thing; that ' a saving bank book is in itself a good recommendation. You can have this kind of a recommendation by coming to the First National Bank nnd opening an account. One dollar will do to start and you con add more whenever you have it. Four Per Cent Interost Paid on Savings. First National Bank, NORTH PLATTE, NEBR., Cor. Fourtli & Dewey. North Platte, Neb.