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NORTH PLATTE SEMI-CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION JUNE 26th to 30th, INCLUSIVE.
Waz Jlo rth 4- fcJfJ mi SSff i 1 THIRTY-THIRD YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEB., JUNE 19, L917. No. 45 4k A 4 l7l IJ I menus CHEYENNE BUYS TWELVE NORTH PLATTE FLOATS Georgo A. Moonoy, secretary of tho soml-centonnial colobratlon, yesterday closed a contract with tho Frontior Days Committeo of Choyonno for tho aalo of twelve of Uio floats that rvill bo used in North Platto's celebration. These floats will bo used in tho Fron tior Days parade which will bo hold tho lattor part of July. Theso floats are- sold to tho Cheyenno committeo at an avcrago prico of one hundred dollars each, Milch includes tho ro- ofoctlon of them at Choyonno by Mr Moonoy and somo changes in three of tho floats Tho fact that Cheyenno desires thoso floats is pretty good ovidonce that they aro "good stuff." Thoy will bo shipped to Choyenne tho oarly part of next month and gotten in readiness for tho parado. ::o:; "Tho Poor Littlo Rich Girl," was Bhown at tho Keith last night to an a'pproclatlvo audlenco, in fact many romanked that they were coming back tonight to sco it again. Tonight will bo tho last performance, so whothor you did or did not see it last night you had bottor soo it tonight. . . . - l k n m llil vai it it THAITEK DONNEIt DIES; CUIUS PARSONS FOUNI) uhuaa iak un int. DEATH TO HE INVESTIGATED ltlt' T'l Jtr" v"" rotS St Maxwell who "had boon" man for a grocery company of Koamoy Red Cross assisted by business and ?lnr IhKiJtrfWiitator and traveling agent for tho Star Dot- professional men and othoro wi 1 make. ?elSo!fdtadS- tUn? Works, of tel. city, was found v nUghty effort to have subscribed tho .innlv qatiirilav afternoon at tho ago dead in tho road Uirco mnoa cost oi jiu.uuu wnion una uccii nppwruouvu RlrtvflvTVKSi engaged in Brady Saturday afternoon, It is su'p- to Lincoln county as its share of tho tmtatac for a n-umbor -of yoXin the posed that having trouble With his car ono hundred million dollars needed for Maxwell viclnltv and recently corno " stopped thcro to repair it and was Hod Cross work, hero 2! accent tho nosltion at thl overcome by tho boat. Ho leaves a Last Friday and Saturday tho coun- UCrO U) OCCOpt UIO pOSlUOn. IVl U1U ,l,.,0,,w In trv nrnrtnnta nr- nt liMiot thn irpnntnr Z . WSf v afternoon he com- Koarnoy and an undo, Dr. Voorhco number of thorn., were organize by miss Mcdonald selected as celebration queen rSS"; J?l,l.',."i 1" ,i, W of this city. Tho remains the selection of Ub or more men in r. . . . .1. ! ti?ntrt f nlfftt! tfk iiio wirn in trriiwi tqt in riio wnirmii CITi' AND r.ODNTY NEWS. tonnont Tho docoasod slnontne and aftor several hours when vo years or ago. sho was unsuccessful in rousing him, becamo alarmed, and summoned aid. when it was discovered that ho had been dead for some timo. Tho to mains Mro taken t& Maxwell Satur day evonlng for burial. It is claimed that Saturday morning from a visit witli relatives in Elsio. Donnor was givon several onnKS ou whiakv bv oartios who went to him For quick Arnold for in- bach of tho precincts who will mako was forty- tho canvass for tho subscriptions. Tho Tho voting contost for queon of tho soml-contonnial colobnatlon closed Sat urday ovonlng and Miss Janet McDon ald won out with 15,980 votos. Miss Elm Day was second with 9,280 votos. Tho choico of Miss McDonald is vory appropriate for this occasion as sho is the daughter of W. II. McDonald, tho first whlto child born in Lincoln county and tho granddaughter of Charles McDonald, tho oldest continu ous asl(lont of tho county, having ro contly passed his ninetieth birthday, and ,ho waB prominont in tho oarly JIAILltOAD NOTES men who wont out in tho proclncts to history of tho city and county, .having securo tho holp of tho rcsidonts found Uio latter, as n rulo, quito ontluulas tic and successful work ftom them Is oxpoctod. Tho allotmont to Lin coln county is at tho Tato of ono dol- Tho Novlta. club will moot with Mra. Frod Duncan Thursday afternoon. r j t -nr ivTr.,,.. i.oD Mhimmt t for cac Inhabitant, and this ratio Mr- J; .W;., McOn...1!11?- r ",r"0d is tho samo tho nation over. Tho work in this city was organized action and satisfactory last ovfcning when (thirty lor forty to buy flsh, and that tho stsnor which sale list your land with Thoolecke. tf men and a score or more ladies mot overcanio nun was uuo 10 uio uquur. n n, Hahn. of Lincoln, is tnc guest ., - -o, 0- tl9deaartn.,nV0SUBatlnS th,S 'ta,,- f? SSffSolo?.0 KTad wTSfc ' Miss Lona Baskins r"oturncd yostor- portions of Uio city, eighteen commlt- Tho cliildnen's day exorcises at tho Liv frnnl omahn. whore sho snont a tecs linvlnc boon annointod. each com- III JIUU UUbbUi OUU V VVtV. i , , . , . . I "rf I ' ' ' She leaves homo, does this unloved wesuyienan cnurcn ounuay uiorniuK WOok. mltttoo to malco a house to Jiouso can ivinin to Nebraska In 18C5. to Cotton wood Springs in 18G0 and to North Platto in 1872. Miss McDonald is a Btudont at Vassar college. , CITY AND COUNTY NEWS ornhan. and goes to tho big city, lur ed as so many havo boon by promises of stage fame. Storn disillusionment comes, but Dorothy Glsh in "Stage Struck," at tho Keith Thursday night, plays out tho string and meets a man, and theso two go through oxporlonccs that thrill lullth llfo and lovo and con flict. And tho comedy part of tho 'program will bo "A Bachelor's Finish." Wore attended by a largo audience Tho church was decorated with cut flowors. . a i I i ... , Miss Marie Doran loft Saturday ov- Vll8,. "l h?.or"1. " n"" V!. 8,- 10 rclftt,ves for townUdfstricts?,ltho soltors beTg Mm fl M. Alinwnv.nfAnnnn.Wvo.. appomieu 10 uiko caro oi oacu, oiock. Miss Ruby Raleigh loft at noon yes- Carl Simon. CM. Nowton nnd Dr. aftornoon to visit the Bird family torday for Cozad to Bpond a woek with Rodfleld will take tho territory wost of : :o: ; There will bo class initiation at tho Odd Follows- hall Thursday night, commencing at 7; 30 sharp. All mem bers aro urged to be present. J. GUY SWOPE, Secretary. Judge Hoagland goes to Oshkosh to morrow to appear as counsel in a caso where tho governmont contests the entry of a homcstoadon. ::o:: Notice Anyone making a disturbance in Uio park grdufods after night will bo ar rested and lined, uy oraor or tno park board, I. L. MILTONBERGER, 45-2 Chairman of tho Park Board wMlo onnoute homo f,i1om Linocln roiaiives. and Grand Island. nr. Morrill. Dentist Tho Odd Follows hold memorial ser- MiRHOa Hazol Smith and Mario Bow. vico at Uio hall Sunday aftornoon, a cn -viaitcd 'the lattor's fathor in Ar largo number attonmng. xiio icaiuro Uiur Sunday. or me program wu uu uuuruas uy Archdeacon Bowkor. Locust Tho block in which tho Elks' build ing Is located will bo takon caro of by Elmor Coates, Will Landgraf and Ed Dickey. C. S. Clinton, M. M. Redonbaugh T, ti Tro n,,.1 ,lnnn.l,tor MnlHft ailtl J. H. Vail ClOaVO Will liaVO tllO an address ..A block 1n which tho Clinton storo Is lo Miner H. Hull, of this city, travel- X fnr7k l" cated. Ing salesman for the United States V1SU lor a weut- Tlie block on which tho First Nation Rubber Co., left Friday for Omaha, Miss Ethel Wills, of Sta'pleton, for- ai bank stands and all oast Front whore ho was manned Saturday oven- morly of this city, spent Uio wcok onu Utrcot will bo canvassed by E. J. Van ing to a young lady of that city. Alter boro with friends. Derhoof, J. Q. Wilcox and Henry a trip to eastern points tnoy win live . . f ,.- v WaltomatW, if .,rinii Avimf liiivo vmi? In tho Hotol McCabo block Uio work BKATT. WOODMAN & BUCKLEY. 3. aro Ua-rJX Dlxon WIU Woodhurst Frank Wlnkleman, of Fremont, camq at tho home of Mr. Kelso. : :n: and Mrs. Harry and Porry Carson. Tho Dorryborry & Forbos block will bo canvassed by Horry Flolshman Chas. Templo and 0. C. Huppfor Will Malonoy, Chas. Wholan and Plants for Snlc. Cabbage 50c per 100, tomato 50c per yesterday morning to visit his daughr 100, celery 50o per 100, sweet potato Her Mrs . Jack Carroll. 50c Der 100. cauliflowar 25c per doz- en, giant poppers 25c per dozen. L. I. Jart of last vook to vlilt with Will McDonald will work tho block UiMskor. 221 axostnut street, phono gr nd Mrs. John Don. bonded by Dowoy, Front, Locust and Archie Hood, of tho U. S. navy, loft Tho North Locust stroet section will L Rod 698. Saturday for tho Maro Island navy D0 canvassed by A. W. Brown, L 'jmmgjmmmm g yard to Uiko 'up his duties., Bortho and C. H. Walter. Guy Swppo will For Rent Houso kooping rooms, 320 Mrs . Koogan loft Sunday for Omaha and oUior eastern points. Mrs. C. H . Adams has returned from a visit with irolatives in eastern points. Mitts .Tonnlo Beans, of Cozad, who vlsltod with Miss Ruby Ralolgh, loft yostorday aftornoon. Mrs. W. Harding, of Omaha, wife of Conductor Harding, camo Sunday to spend a row days lioro. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Barraolough announce tho birth of a daughtor at their homo last wook. Mrs. l1rank Hatch has gono to Mont Ida, Kansas, to spond several wooks with hor inoUion. Archdeacon and Mrs. J. J. Bow kor loft .this morning lor AUianco to attond Uio Episcopal annual convo cation . Mm. R. G. Smith and damtehtor Hazel, of Grand Island, formorly of this cty, aro vlslUng this woek at tho Mottln homo Miss Thorosa Fokin. who has boon toachlng-'ln Wollfloot, returned here Uiis wook and began woric m tno dick oy ConfocUonqry Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blickonadorfar, of Uloomlneton. 111., formor resldonts hero, aro visiting local frionds whilo enrouto to westorn ipoints In orxlor to toduco our stock boforo J. A. Mlnshall, of Bridgoport, for morly of tho local shopB, is visiting frionds .in town. L. W. Toolo, who had boon employ ed horo as a railway postal clonk for sovoral years, will loavo Uiis wook tor Scotts Bluff to aocopt a position as assistant postmaBtor. A special train of a dozon cars transporting a hospital corps from California to Pennsylvania, passed tliirfaugh Saturday forenoon. Among tho men on board was a brother of Frank M. Whlto of this city. Englncor Joo Schwaigor loavos Wodnosday for Broadwator to bo prosont when tho lako on tho smith Bros, rancili Is solnod for carp in ordqr. Uiat thoy may bo destroyed . in solning out Uio laKo it is prooaoio Uiat lota of other catablo AbIi will be takon. na i.t 9 :.: 3,J :.s :.t t.t i.t :.: i.t It i.t J.t if :.t :.: :.t A Hin.hv p rfl was born Sntjurdav awjipo wiin 10'oit uuur suu morning to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas sonpuons irom uio urooic population Joffors, Mother and babe aro doing "tclil Ugal, Y. Wada and u. in nioniv auga will solicit tho Japs. 1 jiAsneclal committeo will solicit sub Har61dv Lanetord afr Ffed Pdtor-1 sc,rlptJon3 fronl l0 fliffbreut 'lodges son leu eaiuruay oyouing lor wen- a3 organizations. vor and otlicr Instern points to s'ponu Tho stinorvlslnir committeo la com ten uays. nosctl of E. F. Seobongor, Dr. Geo g Miss Mildred Mehlmann, of Don- B. Dent, Rev. Fr. McDald, M or nmn snn.inv nvnninr- tn viait hor Forbes and' Irn L. Bare. ii brother L. E. Mehlmann and Mrs. Tho soliciting conMittees in tho bus Mehlmann. if :.: :.: if it if Mrs. James Brady returned yes terday morning from Omaha where sho rotta called by the illpessof a rol- if tut i f m WI-4V WE ARF! WTI.7.1NR TO TURN THE it P UNIVERSE PARTLY UP SIDE DOWV TO PLEASE 0 SSSfiftoftS"! J YOU Haoy Fleishman. - I atlvo, last week Misses Ella Fleishman and Rose Omaha, crjno Sunday Uio former's brother ton last ovonlng. incss districts aro expected to havo tholr Iflprk comploted by Wednesday and mako a roport at a mooting to be hold in Uio fodaral :bulldlng at olght o'clock Wednosday ovenlng. .. o ' CITY AND COUNTY NEWS Mlsa Blancho Fonda went to She! Baptist Association Meeting Tho North Platto Baptist Assocla- tlop, including churchos us far east as Gothonburg and as far wast as Pleasant iVaJlcol, near Paxton, will hold tholr annual associatlonal moot ing Wodnosday, Thumlay and Fri day of this wook, Juno 20, 21 and 22, in tho Baptist church of North Platto, Rov. Barton, formorly or this piaco, was Uio last inodorator nnd Rov. J. S. 'Jones, of Dickens, is clork. Somo fifty dclegatoB from out of town aro oxpoctod. Among Uio distinguished spoauors will bo Rov. Ray E. York of Lincoln, ntnto secretary of Uio Nobraska Bap- Ust convention, whd, will speakf on "Tho Jublloo Year of Nebraska Bap tists;" Rov. Clark II. Bancrofft of Om aha, and Rov. J. D. Collins, Sunday Bchcol oxport fori NobrasKa, muii aiBO havo part in tho program. Ono or tho dlstinctivo roatures oi tno program will bo tho devotional Biblo stludy hour nt uio beginning oi oacn session. Rov. Joshua Grovott, who has boon for over twenty yoars Uio nccopttrtl and iiopular pastor of Uio OrUiirvrt nantlst churcli of Donvor will dollvor Uieso dovotlonal Blblo study nd- dircsses. Tho ovonlng sessions will bo of a particularly. interesting nature to tti? genoral public. Not only Baptists, but all citizens of North Platto aro invited to attond thoso and all tho mootings of tho association. ::ot: - Insnoctors who vlsltod tho school moving wo Ulll oitor a argo wbgt -;- - vook folind mont of trimmoa ana untrimmcu mus Tf Ti,:; wi n hh.l r.r- lt cost. McVickor Mllinory, at The do bo or ols'o Btairtod v.n& lator gavo Loador. if tf it tf tf if tf tf i.t if if if if if 11 Supporting the Government This is a time for every citizen to support the United States Government, and many are doing so at considerable cost or sacrifice to themselves. We have joined the Federal Reserve Banking System established by the Government to give greater financial stability and strength to the member banks and protection to their depositors. You can give your support to this great Gov ernment enterprise and also obtain its protection for your money by becoming one of our deposi tors. FIRST NATIONAL BANK The Hannv Houn Club will meet Many auto tourists passed through with Mrs. James Goldon Friday after- Sunday, among which Mis a Ford noon. from Pennsylvania, a Ford from Ohio . . , and a Hudson from California. Mr- ,and Mrs; G,?ore Arguo loft a few days ago for Omaha to visit for MIbs Myrtlo Beolor, who had been a week. V I rlo(f rtrr In T.lnnnlti tnf1nhn nil llrm r. thnl it i(tr,nnrt f inat wnrvir si,o v-na nn. William Harcourt returned last ov- & Lnmnnnlml lv hnr rrrvndf.-it.hftr . 0"lnS from Omaha WllOrO ho BPOnt K 1 sovoral days. if - r""r T Mr. W. TJ. KUllnn. nf Tlnnlr RnrlnirH. tnmnnn tn irinit taflth hor motlior Mrs. arrived yostorday to visit hor sister, Mary GuUiorless and other relatives . Mra- Joseph Fllllon Mrs. I. W. Heckler and daughtor, For Ront-Two modern rooms, also Bornico, of Lincoln, who visited for Garage. Mrs. Geo. O. Troxlor, 608 several days with Mrs. W. T. WI1- WC8- slxth fltroot- 4C"2 cox and family, loft yesterday morn- Mrs. V. H. Persall, of Gortlng, is ing for Denver. visiting hor parents Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Joseph Seller and daughtor Georgo Wlnslow this wook. Annnbollo, of Carroll, Iolwla, wrrlved a h, p. Wright loft Sunday ovonlng row days ago to visit uio lormors for rcst Allls, Wis., whoro ho will Drouior i-. v. j-ioisucitor aim huh visit relatives for trvvo wocics """" t ilorn1,v this inftanuof thnnk Farm, and Ranch loans at lowest lng iny friends for tnolr loyal support rates and best terms. Money on liana during tho contest elva day. to close loans promptly. 43tf BUCHANAN & PATTERSON. When -yon need Insunnico of anj ... M,n rk In mnny cas0a ui0y Mud got .tho best. Brntt, Goodman & fomui spldiulld pardons, hotter in somq , Biickley?lW!lJtrlt; ' ' " ' rospoct than thbHO'aot out by adults'. Mrs. Charles Davis and children, of iu SOmd instances Uio plots lnstoad or Portland, formerly of this city, ar- )QnB ioX2'0 foot, covered tho ontlro rived lioro tonay to visit hor fathor A. rear part of tho lot. Ono of tho largest R. Adamson and Blstor Mrs. Bon Mc- n,n(i boat gardens found was in tho Michael. Fourth ward and tho rourtoon year In a rocont issuo ItAvas stated that old girl to whom it belongs toted Dr and Mrs. Crosslor woro called water4 both morning and ovonlng to to California by tho doaUi of Mrs. Van wator tho vegetables, not hr.ving ac Brocklln. It shouild road by tho death cess to city wator. of the former's fathor. , it Will nay you to visit McVickor's II. N. MorrlSBoy, S. H. Sodgwlck, Mllllnory Department during tholr ro W. B. Roso, Cliarlos B. Lotton and J. moval salo. R. Dean, supremo Judges, of Lincoln. ::o:: Ucro hor0 yesterday while onrouto to Pointer Pups For Sale. Goring to attond tho westorn iNourns- Thoroughbred English Pointer Pupa ka Bar Association mooting. ror 8alo. Woll built and good markings, T Dixon - Perfecto t Glasses Platto Valloy Lodge No. 32, A. F. & A. M. will moot Tuesday , Juno 19, at 8 p. m. to work In tho Fellow Craft degroo under a special dispensation. Dr. H. C. Brock. W. M.. Robt. A. Armstrong, Sec'y. Miss Cathorlno Johnson, who had boon spending tho past week In Omaha and Koamoy, boforo returning from Lincoln, roturnod Saturday. Mlas Johnson has boon oloctod as ono of tho rogular tcachors in Lincoln for the coming torm and expects to return to that city In tho fall. ErnoBt Rlnckor and "Jim" Clinton. who returned from Omaha F;'lii..v on-l listed in tho hospital corpsvi.v Utoj navy, passod tho oxamlni-.tion and nro now awaiting ordors to proceed to somo named point. Ernest, as a regis tered pharmacist, was ontltlod to reg ister as a recruit of tho first class, and iwjlll bo givon a ninotydny fichool in war pharmacy. Hill Bros. & Costollo, who havo Perfection Ice Cream Gives tho final touch to any social af fair, and nono is complete without it Our Ico Oream Is onjoyablo whethor takon oyor UlQ cUy dollvorlo3 for tho served as part of a banquet, as dos- Llarlo-Sandall Co.. Tiump & Sons, anrt. for dinner, or refreshment for Uio Rush Morcantllo Co., J. L. Louden, unexpected guest, a is quickly ob- Brodbock & Son, Frod Marti and I. talnablo, easily sorvod and always aP-iTnoy Tmto'd tho building formorly oc- proumiou. iua, n Dvi cupiod by Uio Star Bottling worKs n. n which they uso as a fpolnt of assem Nnvtn MlaUft I rAHmPrV bling Uio goodB, whoro thoy aro sort Mrs. Gus Chamberlain and son, of Donvor. will arrlvo tho last of this wook to attend tho s&nil-contonnlal col ebration. , Money to loan on Real Kstulc, long or snort time. BItATT, GOODMAN & BUCKLEY. Miss Mario Rudat, who has boon at tending tho Koamoy normal, spent the week end visiting hor mothor, Mrs. Albert Ha&pol. Francos Welch and Floyd Stoolo, of Omaha, who aro woll kndttti horo, will attond o druiggflBtK conven tion in thin city this wook. Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Barron wont to Scotts Buff this morning, tho form er to attend tho bar association and tho lattor to visit frionds. Word luhs received in town a fow days ago from Mrs. Frank Short, of Suit Lako City, formerly or uub city, Ui it hor daughtor Constanco had lost tho sight of ono oyo which was m ju-ed whilo playing wiUi a knlfo. Tho big tont to bo luflod for tho CIn dorella and Quoon's ball as woll as Uio small tontB to bo usod by camp ers woro recolvcd yostorday and takon out to tho city park whoro thoy will bo oracted. Thoro was a carload of thoso tents. eto GUARANTEED NOT TO BREAK It will pay you to see us about them. Harry Dixon & Son MONK C2. ed for tho different routes. It will ro J qulro several days to. got tho Bystem in smootn running oruor. FOR RENT Houses, rooms, modern, single or In sului storage spuco una 6aio uo posit boxes. BItATT, GOODMAN & BUCKLEY. Tn thn divorce nrocoodinus of Ernest Writo John B. Richards. Sldnoy, Kobr. It. Savin against Florence bavin, uio defendant filed a cross-petition. Judgo Grlmos granted Mrs. Savin a soparato mnintninancn of $25 nor month and tho custody of tho throo children. Thn KfMirnov Hub says tho pooplo of that cltv aro talking up tho plan of HniMirlntr a snocial train to bring Uiom to Uio Boml-ccntoiyiiai lor Bomo uuy during Uio colobration. Kcarnoy is ono of tho many towns uiat wm soim big dologatlons to North iJiatto s coio. Dilation. in tho c.tina nf Loulo LIpbIiUz against tho Mooso, in which ho sought to eject tho organization from tho socond iloor of his building, County Judgo French found for tho plaintiff, hold ing that tho looso was Invalid by rea- BOll OI Violation, ill mo tuuuuvi, case occupied tho tlmo of tho court for aovoral hours yestoiday aftornoon. Waltor Dillon, of Sutherland ago 23, wna drowned In a lako thlrty-ilvo miles north of Suthorlnnd Siuiday. In company with two young men ho at tempted to swim across tho lako and whon half way across bocamo ex hausted. Tho oftortB of his compan lnnw to save him woro of no avail". Ho Is tho Bon of Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Dillon of Sutherland. "Kniithnrn Justice." tho Bluebird photoplay at tho Crystal Wednosday night presents a story that is suro to ploaso. It rollccts truthfully tho plac id llfo of tho small town down south. Tho doings of tho colonol, tha editor, tho Bhoomakor and tho othor lessor lights of Uio community aro humorous ly true to luo. uut uio most lnieruBi- ing charactor or au is tno orpimu mu who limps into tcMn with an old shot .... . -- 1 1 ... rf "Oil. gun in ono iiuhu ujiu . grlm's Pro&Toss" in tho othor and makes ovory ono his friend. In comnanv with Oharloy Ilupfor, Joo Schwaigor and Charloy Horrod Tho Trlbuno man s'pont a day at tuo Joan Schick lako flfty-Ilvo miles nortnwost of town and assisted In catching a tnmnv snck full of bullheads. Theso Bmall, but good-oating iibu mioai uio lako by thousands, and a flshorman Is kept busy pulling tnom out ami ro balting his hook. Parties from tho neighborhood, from Gaudy and from Ringgold woro prosont, about forty all i told, and at noon a nsn-rry was givon, about 200 bullheads bolng fried nnd oaten i : :o: Graduate Optometrlot PojworlhlWamount J8 Elsie Janis IN Bull for Sale. Registered Short Horn Bull, 14 months old, color rod. Goorgo Brown flold. Hcrshoy. Nobr. 44-2 The Caprices of Kitty" CRYSTAL THEATRE Thursday, June 21.