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A A. . A . MM I THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR. NORTH PLMTE, NEB, APRIL 2, 1918. No. 23 TILEY WILL MAKSHAL THE lUi l'ARADK SATUKDAY, "W. J, Tlley has beon appointed marshal of the big parade to bo held next Saturday afternoon and lb now devoting practically all his Umo to" its formation. Mayor Waltemuth has not yet lssed a proclamation asking the business houses to closo for the reason that a number of merchants object to closing on a Saturday aftor noon. Wo suggest that if they closo from one to three o'clock they will not be injured financially to any extent. The Red Cross women and the Sammy Girls have signified their willingness to enter tho parade, the band has been secured, efforts are be ing made to organize a drum corps, tho high school gloo clubs will sing as they march, as "will also a chorus of men. All school children will march in the parade, and a big delegation of farmers are oxpected to form a divis ion. In addition to thoso thero will bo the high school cadets, the boy scouts, tho boys working reserve and a division of railroad employes. Tho parade will start pomptly at one o'clock. Following tho parade a big street meeting will bo hold If the weather is favorable, with C. G. Ryan, of Grand Island, ns orator. ::o:: Aaron Kain, of Wallace, called on The Tribune yesterday and reported an inch and a half of rain in that section tho latter part of last weofcMr. Kain says wheat in Wallace precinct looks flno nnd on the Dutch flats tho fields look about as good as any he has over seen. Miss Betty Cannichael has resum ed her duties in tho Wilcox & Halllgan offlco after two weeks lay off taking medical treatment in Omaha and visiting relatives in Allinance. Tho Pierson bowling alloy on east Sixth street has been leased to A. It. Tutrnor, who came here from Lincoln recently. CONDITIONS A Hi: IIMGHTEMNU ON THE WESTERN FJtONT. While- tho German attacks on tho wostorn frujnt continue strong, tho French and British lines aro being well held, and on somo sectors tho allies aro taking the offensive. Fre quent German attacks havo been made during tho past fow days, but in prac tically all instances thoy have been repulsed with sovoro losses to tho Germans in man power. Sunday In tho Arras section tho British dove back tho Germans for a depth of 200 yards on a 1500-yard front, nnd on tho Somnio tho Germans left 3,000 dead on tho Hold. Tho weekly rovlew of tho military situation Issued at Washington yes terday says Germany has staked its fortunes on the spring campaign and the allies nnd tho United States must , bo propnrcd for fresh attacks at new I points if tho Teutons fail to achieve , victory in -the present fighting,. Tho .German higher command is apparcnt 1 ly determined to force a decision or t prove to its own satisfaction that he is ' unable to do so, wo must be pre- pared in caso of his failure to obtain major results in tho present theatre of Wporations, ns ho will attempt of- ffensilvo assaults In adjacent areas, says tho statement. , ' I Food Speakers Tomorrow. i Tho women's committee of the state ' council of defense has notified county chairman Mrs. Cotteroll that a speaker , will be sent to North Plntto tomor row to speak on "Food Production." , This address will bo given In tho court j room of tho fedoral bulding nt three o'clock tomorrow afternoon and women of tho city are urged to bo present. While tho Imeetlg is primarily for .women, men are invited to attend. I ::0:: i Tho Et-a-Virp club will meet with i Mrs. W. J. Tiley, at the home of Mrs. Frank Martin, 304 east 10th on April 10th. NEWS AHOU PRINCESS CHRYSANTHEMUM The beautiful Japanese operetta given by the glee club of the Junior High School. Proceeds to Piano Fund for the Franklin Auditorium. Keith Theatre, Friday April 5th. ADMISSION 50 AND 75 CENTS. Why You Should Buy A 1 You are assured of Dodge service at home or abroad. 2 Repair parts, reasonably priced carried by every Dodge agent. 3 These cars are wonderfully finished, of long life, and re markably economical on gas, oil, tires and repairs. 4 The demand is heavy and the cars are short. A real thrift car, giving you both cheap and reliable mile-service. An early order is your only protection if you desire to have your Dodge car this spring, as the demand will certain ly be double our allotment. See me at once. JoW.!M0M "Service for Our Owners' North Platte, Neb. ;t tiik hoys , 4 what a liiu:hty WHO Aiti: IX SKHVIC1M WILL. IK HON I) 1)0 IN THIS WAH. I JOHN KKL1HKK LAID TO I JtKST THIS JLOKNIN(.V it.' ThoTollowing iiguros glvo one iJ Dr. Walter Covlllo. now lieutenant. In the medical corps, sallod from New'.dotinlto idea or what his or her loan York for France a few days ago. to tho government by tho purchaso of Charles Cockle and Fred J. Andor- ttS;!?1' wh0" son of Sutherland have enlisted In "Jjj J" m buy trench ho navy, and will soon leave for : kWos for a riflo company, or 23 hand training camp. (grenailos, or 14 riflo grenades, or 37 A cablegam received by Mr. and cases of surgical Instruments for en Mrs. Sam VanDoran yesterday morn I listed men's belts, or 10 cases of sur- jug announced mc saio arrival wt.fciuui insirumouis ior omcors uuub. their son Arthur In Prance. Arthur left North Platte as a momhor of Com pany E and was transferred to tho A $100 bond will cloth a soldtor tor eight months, or purchaso 5 riflo grenades, or 43 grenades or 25 pounds artillery corps. of other, or 145 hotwater bags, or 2,000 Cards have beon received from Leo ' aur&'Cftl needles. Fountain, Fireman Hotchklss and1 .Am. boml nln J1 C0 bo"d ,n Arvo Peterson, now located SOUU5.aloth and oaulp an Infantry soldier for whore in France ns members of thc,rvico overseas or feed a soldier for railroad engineering corps. Tho boys say thoy aro as busy as bees In rail road construction and operation. Fred Dick, who has been oinployed as night hosier at tho roundhouse, has enlisted in the railroad engineer a year, Two $100 bonds will purchase a horse or mule for calvary, artillery, or othor sevrico. ' Three $100 bonds will cloth a soldtor and feed him for one year in Franco, or buv a motor cvolo for a machine ing corps and will leave the last of gun company, this week for Fort Leavenworth to Four $100 bonds will buy an X-ray cntor the Thlrty-tlrst regiment now outfit. recruiting at that place, and soon to leave for France. Ivoren Sturges, with the postal sor- vico in Franco, has moved his station! from tho fourth to tho second lino of trenches, and is near enough the fight ing line to hnve bursting shells sing One $500 bond will supply bloycloB for tho hondquartors company of an Infantry rogimont: The above shows you what a bond will do to help win tho war. It Is tho best form of security in the world and you get a rato of intorost of four around him. Mr. Sturges recently saw!"""" one-quarter per cent on your a train of American auto trucks fifty money. Tho registration cards re- miles long, which required six or moro ; cenuy Bern out uy uouniy nnirinnn hours to pass a given point. Thoy Tom pi o simply puts your caso before wero loaned wun supplies ior tne iuu i nm. .run uuu American troops. pno. n you nave money, out reel , , , I that you havo done your share already Pat McHugh. a mombor of Uiojul lmvo sacrinCod, etc. tho question Thirty-first t Ballroad Lnglneering . Ifi. wlmt lmve you ,,ono A youK mnn IloKlment. arrived from Fort Loavon-i ,ut worth yesterday and will remain until enter8 tho sorvlco at ?30 i8 losing $840 tonight. This regiment Is composed jper yenr , col(, caHh besides risk exclusively of operating dnilroad moiU1(, hls fp t0 flght a bnttlo for UH onglneors, firemen, conductors and He ts no interof)t on ,,,8 moov It lH hrnlrntiimi Tim iirosem. strenctli of. , a ,..n , u.i . . . Wk , . . u hiss uuuuciuiiy, nun a lurnoiu brakemon. the regiment is 1190 men, and when It is built up to 1527 men It will im mediately leave for France. It Is prob able that the necessay men needed will bo secured during this month. . Fred Peterson, who was at a train ing camp in Texas has returned to Camp Cody. His friends, that includ es all acquaintances in North Platte, will regret to learn that he failed to pass as an officer. He successfully passed the examinations so far as tactics and other book requirements wore concerned, brt when he took command of a company to drlHthen sacrifice, ono that lias never touched you, and the government Is asking you to Invest your money In a safo, tangible security with good Interest. The government can draft men. It can also conscript your money IF YOU HAVE IT. The registration card re ferred to above has been sent to ovory person in the county. It absolutely must be filled out correctly, signed and returned to tho icounty chairman. If tho card shows that you havent dono youir part, you must arrange your arfalrs to buy a bond. Tho VnHniis committees throuchout the in the presento of the ," examlnlng-fWunty and tho town of North Platte Tho luncrul of John Kellher, who died in Omaha Saturday evening, wnB hold at St. Patrick's church in this city this forenoon, many friends of this old-tlmo residont of North Platto attending. Mr. Kollhor's doath follow ed an illness of eighteen months, not always bedfast, yet at timos his con dition became so critical that recovory seomed Impossible. Ho had a rugged constitution, and ho would rally, but having lived full four scoro ycarB, his continued Ulnoss gradually weakened him and tho end came Saturday oven Ing. At the funoral wore his daughter Miss Hannah, sona Tim of Chicago, James of Council Bluffs, Ed of Omaha and John. For ovor forty years John Kollhor hnd beon a rospocted rosldont of North Platto and for nearly ns many years a efficient employe of tho Union Pacific. In tho early days of North Platto ho was prominent In all phasos of tho town's life politically, socially rollglously, progressively. Ho holdot'. flees Nvthln tlo gift of tho votors nnd those ho filled crcdlmbly and honestly; ho -was fair with his follow man; and enjoyed tholr esteem and their iconfidonco. Slo possessed tho Irish wit, could toll a story woll, and was a companionable man. John Kollhor was man wo all thought much of and it is regretted that his llfo could not bo Cxtondod beyond tho four scoro poriod. o:: Marjory Lidoll now nttondlng a con vent at Omaha, is. visiting frlonds In town tills -veok. Austin Bedell returned to Crolghton collego last night after spending n fow days at homo. Air. and MrB. John States went to Denver this morning to visit Walter States and family. Mrs. W. M. Joffors came up from Omnha yostorday to attend tho funeral of tho lato John Kollhor. Fair Opens Tills Evening. Tho Knights of Columbus havo com mlttccfi busy arranging for a fair, which will opon in tho K. C. hall tills ovoning nnd bo continued Wednosday and Thusday evenings, Thoro -wilt bo dancing and refreshments oncli ovon ing. Many usofirj articles will bo given away, consisting of tho best grade or niorchnndlBo that monoy can buy. Good music and a good tlmo for every body. A certain per cont of tho not pro ceeds of this fnlr will bo donated to the Hod Cross. Everybody eomo nnd hnvo. a good tlmo. COMMITTEE. ::o:: Tho Hnppy Hour club will moot -with Mrs. M. II. Misnhko, Friday afternoon Mrs. Eshelmnn will assist. Miss Tliolma Frator loft at noon yostorday for Lincoln after spending Eastor -with hor parents. For Snlo Oakland Sonslblo Sir touring car, Modol 32, west 10th street, Tho roviow also American troons aro places in other parts of tho lino, thus rcllovlng votornn Fronch units for omcrgoncy sorvice. Mrs. Yv J. Bonokompor spont tho Eastor holidays with hor daughter ! Miss Bonokompor, a teacher In tho , high school, and rotUTnod yesterday to her homo in Lincoln. Tho Christian aid socioty will meet Frday aftornoon Instead of Thursday afternoon this weok. Plonso noto tho chango. Rofroshmonts will bo sorvod nnd nil aro urged to attend. Tho Ladies Guild of tho Episcopal church will havo a social in tho church bosoniont Thusday afternoon, Thoro is important businoss on hnnd nnd overy mombor of tho guild is urged to bo prosont. Refreshments will bo served by Mosdanos Clinton, Oilman, Hon gland, Clabaugh nnd Chns. Edwards. Enqulro at G21 23-5 lUQivUons tlint taking tholr officers he lost confidence in himself and failed to meet the requirements. This portion of tho examination Is where all those who fail fall down, and the percentage Is very heavy. It Is probable that Fred will be given another try out. At a meeting of the Lutheran church council last evening tho parish house was sold to F. J. Bremers, who will move tho building to a vacant lot on tho 900 bloclc on east Third street. No Two Women's Figures Are Alike Right here lies thetrementlous advantage in Sstyle and com fort of made-to -measure corsets. They're made for you to emphasize every one of your good lines to correct any irregularities in your figure. arc made to measure; moderately priced; not sold in stores. In your own home an experienced corsetiere studies your figure, takes your measurements anil notes all your desires. From this complete data corsets are made which embody everything that fs good in style and comfort. At no possible point will you find anything you would have changed. NuBone Stays The patented NuBone Wire Stay, found in no other corset, remarkably combines perfection of freedom and comfort. It bends edgewise just as easily as flatwise! Never takes a perma nent bend. It is So flexible that you are unconscious of its pres ence, yet it is amply strong in support and ileih control. Guaranteed NuBone Corsets arc always accompanied by a ' written guarantee. If within one year a NuBone stays rusts or breaks new corsets will be given you. Write or phone today making appointment for Nubone Cor setiere to call on you to demon strate and explain NuBone Cor sets without obligation on your part. Mrs. Ed Burke, Agent. will see that you conlply-In accordance with your wealth and Incomo as shown in the card, Tho'jblg tlrlVo stnrtfi, April 6th, which no doubt will bo a holiday. Bo ready to meet the committeo In each respective district nnd let's, put Lin coln county nnd especially North Platto ovor the top the first five dnys of tho drive. For your co-operation and prom'pl response, wo aro . Sincerely, C F. TEMPLE. Co. Cahirmnn, J. E. SEIUSTIAN. Chairman of City of North Platto. Nebraska. I -:o-! Big Crowd at Hall. The thirty-first annual ball of tho city flro dopartment, held at tho Lloyd last evening was largoly attended, snectntors crowding tho gallery and dancers tho floor. Stamp's orchestra rendered "Tho Star Spangled Banner" at nine oVlock and following this tho program of twonty-two dances began. During the evening the Sammy Girls served punch, from tho sale of which thev real zed oulto a number of dol lars, nnd the two geese offered by tho Bed Cross brought nbout $50 with tho geeso still In tho ownership of tho chapter. The dance run well into tho night nnd tho participants had such a plonsant evening Hint tho final waltz came too soon for many of them. : :o: : N'ollce. The 1'ir.sl Degree of Oddfcllowshlp will bo conforrrt'd Thursday ewnlntr of litis week. .1. fil'Y SWOPi:, Sec'y. : :o: : ltccoptiou t,o tlio Boys. The soven lioys who went to Camp Funston last night wore given a faro woll reception nt tho Franklin audi torium at eight o'clock last ovoning, which was attended by sovoral hund red. Each of tho boys was prosonted with a sweater, trench cap, stockings and comfort kit which tho Sammy Girls hnd niado tho presontntlon speecli being mado by John E. Evans, who spoko words of oncouragoment to tho boys Tho principal sponkor of tho ovon- uiK wns Mrs. B. A. Cram, who do llvorod a strong patriotic talk and wns enthusiastically applauded. Wo rtu'ggost that Mrs. Cram bo dologated us a four minute talker during tho bond campaign for slio has tho ability to wako 'em up. Interspersed during tho ovoning wns v cornet solo by Enrl Stamp, reclta Hons by Mrs. Melton, vocal solos by M1m White and Miss Trovlllo, violin solo by Trovlyn Doucet nnd plnno selection by Miss McKay Mrs. O'Grady is vindicated "Elivin o'clock is it?" exclaimed Mrs. O'Grady. "Sure at this time yisterday 'twas only tin o'clock.'' That's what Congress has done to the time set the clock-an hour ahead. Sort of made it a 25-hour day, for we gain an'hour without missing it outiof the 24. That is, you gain if you have an alarm from Clinton's. It will get you up on time without foil. C. S. Clinton Graduate Optician At the Sign with the Big Ring. 'fit ;v. Jjfii : excellent coffee- M'Y XOW. Sec our list of medium priced homes for saio on small pimnontH and easy terms. Wo can suit. Own your own homo nnd tmv for It llko rent. THE H. & 8. 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