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THIRTY-FIFTH YrfCAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEB., JULY 15, 1919. No. 53 Jloozo Via Airplane Way. Prom Springfield, Minn., to Nebras ka, via airplane with a 'cargo of booze. State agents and Nebraska nWifrn havo very nearly mastered the science of dealing with the boozerunner who travols by auto. Certainly they aroi Sunday. Thero are several reports nblo to check tho horseman and the 'as to how tho accident occurred: one pedestrian but the airship, here Is I Is that ho was knocked off the run new and different problem. ning board of tho switch engine when On Thursday last, two trips were the latter was given n sldo swipe by made via airplane from Springfield, the ohglno of Incoming train No. 3; Minn., to Sioux City. Twonty-flve i another that ho got off tho engine to cases of liquor were carried oii each open a switch and that he was caught trip. At least one trip was made FrI- by the' switch engine which was mov day. If tho human birds of the air Ing forward to avoid a possible colll aro Introducing liquor via airplane In-1 slon with the Incoming engine. But to- Iowa what Is to hinder the Intro-' by whatever means, the unfortunato niinrinn inrn Mnlmn nlrn 1 1 Tho facts in recard to tho Snrlnir- llold-SIou City transactions were set was conveyed to a hospital where ho forth to Chief State Agent Hyers by j .remained unconscious until Just be Agents It. N. Fulton and A. R. Math- fore noon Sunday when he passed wig Saturday morning. These stato away. men havo made sixteen arrests In the The deceased came to North Platte past flvo days, captured 1,400 quarts of last fall and accepted employment In liquor and confiscated six cars and tho yards whero he had since worked, ono horse. They havo been working He loaves a wife. The funeral will be In Knox and Cedar counties, Most of held from the Derryberry & Forbes tho liquor they, have taken has come morgue this afternoon. from this town of Springfield out of ::o:: which the airplanes are working. Her. Anderson Looks OTcr Field. Lincoln Journal. w , Rev. w. E. Anderson, of Ihdlnna, ::o:: i spent Sunday, and yesterday In town, "Will Open Enst End Store. coming here to look over tho field with Yesterday A. F. Beeler purchased of th,e Possibility of accepting a call as. Bratt & Goodman one of tho former mster of tho Christian church. He Brooks properties on east Fourth and Preached at the church Sunday and wo nftor stuccoing tho building and mak- incr ntlinr Imnrfwomnntn will tntr nns- session. Mr. Beeler will erect a building on tho same lot and open a grocery store, which will prove a ! convenience to residents of tho east pnrl. Colored Team Wins Two Gnmes. Tho Gummere-Dent colored ball tji. mi,i i,j . SoKnl rS " rS -d'isTe SJLSTrfK -w cLlv X bus ln tho &rain fields to draj tho IT 2? i lw2i nTL roads 'o Chamber of Commerce corn colored boys defeated Brady by a m,Uee concluded lt was a d tlmo to score of eleven to seven. , work on that Btretch of road Arthur Barraclough returned home An Invalid chair and a loungo for Saturday after twenty-one months In tho ladles' rest room has been added service, thirteen months of which was to the equipment at the passenger de spent overseas ln the signal battalion pot. of the Thirtieth Division. Arthur was Dp Pr,tchard went to Omaha nent. over w ha .southern division and terd to attend the conventlon of saw only three North Ue boys. t, Ml8BOUrl Vall Veterlnaridn As king Sandall, Clarence Jones and Bill Rntinn "Brodbcck, in all the time that ho was HW"auon' over While he was not wounded he Miss Elva Latban returned Saturday Iiad tho misfortune to slip" into an old to her home in Sheridan, Wyo., after trench and fracture his shouldar so a. short visit here with Miss Ruby Mc- that he spent-nine weeks In hospitals Michael. in Franco. Ho looks fine .and says hoj M;g um w k returned Sun feels fine and is sure glad to get back;day to her home ftt Kanaas CUyi aftor to uio btates. . , v . ..Week's,;vlBiMiere with Miss Joseph Miss Esther Schwalgerj -nccom- lne McKeown. panled by her father," Sebastian nnutv Stato -Ent:lner R .L, Onch Schwalger and Miss Ada Lewis, went rant 6, "flow it'll Mrs , to Omaha Saturday where she. under- p",, ntJf ,0aZ ... t, - ,.,,. M, iociiran ana left yesteraay for the went an operation for lnfectlbn of the . t . t, . cynos. Reports yesterday, were that east I,art L tue state' the operation was successful and Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Schofleld re Miss Sch'walger was doing as well as turned iSaturday to their home at possible. Boulder, Col., after a short visit with Misses Lucille and Anna Linden- Mr- and Mrs- w- p- Snyuor' moyr entertained about a dozen young Lonse grinding right In our own ladfes last evening complimentary to shop. ' One day service on broken Miss Stella Banks who Is the guest of lonse., Dixon & Son. eyesight spe ller sister, Mrs. F. R. Elliott. clallsts. 'Miss Florence Cornfield' returned Miss Nell Cooney has accepted a yesterday to her home In Wisconsin position as bookkeeper at tho Simon after a short visit here with her aunt, Bros, tin shop, succeeding Miss Pearl Mrs. Wood White. Hunter, who resigned last week. ,A baby girl was born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. John Burko returned Mr, ;and Mrs. Ira Whlttaker. this morning from a visit In Denver. w - THE CYCLONIC CINEMA DRAMA OF A PRIMI TIVE MAN'S STRUGGLE AGAINST CIVILIZATION'S SINISTER FORCES. Tho Concluding Chapters of "Tho Romance of Tarzau" from tho Novel hy Edgar Itico Burroughs. MORE THRILLING THAN "TARZAN OF THE APES." A cast of selected stars headed by Elmo Lincoln. In addi tion a troup of wild Apes, Lions, Tigers, Leopards, Croco diles and other beasts, including a Mammoth African Ele phant. The marvelous Sup-story of Blood Tingling ad venture and love that bridged the gulf between savagery and civilization. AT THE SUN Three Days Commencing, July 15th. MATINEES each afternoon starting at 2. p, m. Prices Evenings 15 and 35c. Afternoons 10 and' 25c SWITCIljrAN LONG FATALLY LVJUItEI) IN THE TAKItS C. O. Long, a switchman In tho local yards, was so bady Injured Saturday. nigiu mai ue uieu just broro noon frni frirt.I ...... 1 I bodv was more or less mnmrlpil. r.nnir """wsianu n,guiy pieasea uio auai- CnCO. UOV. Anderson dropped Into th,s offico yesterday Just about long enou.su l0 say noway, .ana we were Very favorably Impressed with his personality. !!o:: liie (jnamoer or commerce roaa I makers started In yesterday to blade WILL EIIECT A 1VAHEH0USE 132x132 FEET IN SIZE The W. U. Mnlonoy Co. and the (Hendy-Ogler Auto Co. havo purchased a tract of land 132x132 on Front street east of tho Artificial Ico Plant and will erect a warohouso that will cover all the tract. Tho building win ue constructed or either Hollow tllo or galvanized Iron, probably the former. A railroad spur runs on tho north side of tho tract, which makes It convenient for the handling of goods In carload lots. Tho building will be occupied jointly by tho two firms, tho Malonoy Co. using a portion for tho storage of furniture and heavy, hardware: the Hendy-Ogler Co. for the storage of Fordsoa tractors, autoes and cortaln lines of farm machinery which' tho firm will handle. And thus does enst Front street grow as a manufacturing and whole cale section. RULES OF I'URLIC WELFARE HOARD AT HATHING RESORT No profanity allowed. Respectable and decent bathing suits must uo worn. For safety of public a gong wjll ring at time of closing and all must leave the water. A life-guard will be on duty from 8 o'clock ln the morning till gong rings at night. Teaching class to swim will be from 8 to 12 o'clock a. m. Anyone disobeying life-guard In structions and rules of Welfnro Board will bo denied privilege of the resort. Parking cars on highway Is not al lowed, therefore a place has been pro vided for cars. D. M. LEYPOLDT, Pres. MRS. H. R. McMICHAEL, Secretary. ::o:: Rnptist Picnic. The Sunday school picnic of the Baptist church of North Platte will bo held as a iolnt picnic with the Max well and Ft. McPherson Sunday schools on Thursday afternoon arid ev ening at Griffiths' grove south of the Maxwell bridge. Members of tho Sun day school who do not have automo biles of their own are asked to come to the church at 1:30 p. m whero those who are able to carry extra passen gers will meet them. A truck will also be provided for those who have no conveyance. Remember tho well filled basket, cup and spoon. Program: 4 p. m. baseball, K. S. P. of North Platte vs. B. Y: P. U. of McPherson. 5-30 or 0, picnic supper; 0:30; vesper service; Bpng service; address1,' -Hov. Kostor- man; 7:30. baseball, North Platte vs. Maxwell; children's sports; junior athletics; 9:00, return home. ::o:: County Surveyor Meyer, who travels all over the county, says thero. are thousands of acres of good pasturo land unpastured ln the county and suggests that the fact be made known to Wyoming cattle men whose pas tures havo dried up. Mr. Meyer says that 50,000 head of Wyoming cattle could be pastured ln this county on grass that will otherwise go to waste. Miss Fern Dolph, who taught school ln this county several years and also attended tho summer normal at Kear ney, has beon offered and has ac cepted a position as teacher In tho model rural school near Kearney. To bo chosen a teacher In this school, which is under the supervision of tho state normal Is a distinct honor to Miss Dolph. Cy Russell expects to begin operat ing his threshing outfit tho early part of next week. ,Ho says that the yield of grain lias been over-estimated. Fields that it was thought would run from twonty-flvo to forty bushels per aero will do well to average twenty to twenty-two. In threshing an immense amount of straw wll need bo handled. Pnssenger Agent Orr enjoys tho rep utation of being a successful garden er. Ho dug 'new potatoes before tho Fourth of July, has string bean pods Ight pr ten inchos long and says he will bo eating roasting ears ln a day ortwo. WANTED House or anartment. furnished or unfurnished, and place for carr south side. Will tako lease for ono year or longor. Responsible party, no children; good referonces. Phono 340 between 9 and 12 a, m. or 2 and 5 p. m. 53- Easy dlvorco is a bane to any nation, a curso to society and a menace to the home, declared Theodore Roose velt ln discussing tho dlvorco evil, which is so graphically shown in "Tho Blindness of Divorce," showing at tho Keith Wednesday and Thursday. Considerable instercst Is shown in advance of tho gamo of ball tc bo played by tho Catholic and Episcopal teams next Friday evening. These two aro classed as tho strong teams of tho cuurcu league. The WInonah Camp Fire Girls on- Joyed a swimming party at tho fill this morning. They woro accompanied by their guardian, Mrs u. R. GInn and Mrs. C. V. Turplo. Miss Janet McDonald left last week for a visit with her aunt, Miss Carrlo Belton ln San Diego. Mrs. McDonald will leavo for tho same city about August first. The stork visited the home of Coun ty Treasurer Soudor yesterday after noon ana deposited a boy. Tho moth er and son aro reported to bo doing nicely and or course Sam is happy A birthday surprise was given Sat urday ill honor Of Mrs. ItVnntr Hniilnr the occasion being' her- thirtv-nlnth birthday. All present report 'a very HOWE AM) SOX AHKESTEI) ' OX CHARGE OF RURGL.1RY Sus'pectod of forclblo entry of tho GeorgolTnlbot homo last week, a man namcdllowe, living nt The extromo west oild of town, togothor with his twelve year old son, aro ln Jail pend ing tho filing of a burglary charge by Pmmiv Atlnr.mo I.-.,,. rrii. . Howo oaiiu- largely through Informa tion given y a nclglioor named Mrs. jncKson, wno saw Howo leavo his houso on the night of tho robbery, and tho noxt day saw him throw a pnlr of trousers in the weeds. Suspecting sometmng wrong. Mrs. Jackson pecur cd tho trousers nnd found therein n Pwatch. Later Talbot Identified tlm trousers as well as tho watch. Lntcr Talbot visited tho Howo homo and recognized the latter as tho man whom ho saw lcavlnt: his houso on tlm iilirlit of the robbery. Howe Is Bald to bo a religious ianauc, ana yesterday when lntorylowi d In Jail by County Attorney Koof offered up a prayer proclaim ing" his Innoconco. A chargp of burglary will bo filed against Howo today, TUB BOLD BURGLAR RESUMES HIS WORK A'ftgr laying off for nearly a week tho burglar who has two dozen or more forcible house ontrlos to his credit, rusumcd work Sunday night. Ho" on tored the Mrs. Julia Casey house on wefjt Fourth, gaining an cntranco by unhooking tho screen door nnd passing through the open kitchen en trance. E. T. Casey had left a pair of trousers In tho Kitchen ln which was a pocket book containing silver coins and several mementoes. Tho thief found tho trousers, took the pocket book, mndo a survey of tho premises and departed without mo-j losting anyunng else or awakening tho sloopers. At thq homo of York Hlnman tho hurelar attemnted to caln entrance Into the house but Borne of tho Inmntes j were awakened by his work and ho was frightened away. Ho was seen to run across1 the lawn, jump Into an auto waiting In the street and drlvo away. :o: : Chief "Booze Hound" Here. Gus Hyers, of Lincoln, chief of tho Nebraska "boozo hounds," accompan ied by several of his men, nrrlvod In town lftRt pvrnfnt Mr. T-Tvnrs rmrm hero, It Is said, by reason of n letter; written by a Maxwell party to tho governor. It Is understood, however, that thoi party Is enrouto to the ex tromo Vtftern''pnrt of tho state AVhero a perputual fountain of booze is said to exist.. The state men did not fig ure ln tho raid made this morning. :o:: Rosa Cokor, son of Henry Coker. of Sutherland, came in on No 20 last ev ening aftor seeing fifteen months' ser vice ovorsas. He is looking fine Mr. and Mrs. Almond, parents of Mrs. A.. E. Tlmmermnn, have gono to Colorado' for a week's visit. The EnlHconal nnd Bantlat hn.ll teamsteams aro scheduled to play at the city park this evening. For Sale Now Perfection oil stove nnd other household goods. 30J. east Fifth street. W. H. McDonald returned this morn ing from a business trip to Omaha. Farmers Take ssznacir With ' Pneumatic Tires will haul your Grain oNLY $550.00 It will do the work of the large truck, will save you in First Cost, License and Taxes. Orders will be filled as received. Hendy-Ogier Auto Co. CHARLEY TURNER JAILED ON I ON CI! A HOE OF HOOTLECIGINq Tho apparently Irrepressible Char-' ley Tumor, colored- was Jailed this morning fit six o'clock following a' search of tho Robhauson barber hop, at which Tumor . Is portor. nnd tho ' selzuro of two grips filled with whls-: key. Tho two grips arrived from tho wost lust night on train No. 4 and woro tak-' on from tho train and doplslted lu tho ' Robhnnson shop. ! Just how closely Turner Is con-! noctod with tho recoptlon and storage of tho boozo will bo developed nt tho; preliminary hearing to bo held boforo, Judgo Woodhurst. ; Turner hns been tnlvml im In nt- least two past bootlegging ophodos, nnd has genorally boro tho reputation of bolng nn Illegal dlsponsor of boozo. -: :o: Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Clnbaugh, of Greolcy, Col., aro visiting tho formor's pnronts, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Clnbaugh. John Wny, of Grand Island, who has been employed hero ns a carpen tor, coughed up $15.80 ln tho police court yesterday on tho drunk charge All members of tho Twentieth Cen tury club aro requested to attend tho meeting at the court houso tonight nnd organize to help secure the now court houso. Mrs. R. O. Chabmerlaln and daugh ter Bessie returned Saturday from a two wocks' trip to Kemmcror .nnd Green River, AVyomlng. Misses Mildred nnd Josophlno Mc Keown wore hostesses to a party of returned soldiers nnd tholr lad lo Fri day ovonlng complimentary to Miss Gillian wocks. or Kansas City. Guy Colo and John Garvoy becamo Involved In a fight at tho Greek pool hall on Front streot Saturday and woro taken ln by tho police. Yesterday ln police court they each forked over $15.80. Mr. and Mrs, W. R. Malonoy loft Sunday for a two weeks' visit ln Chi cago and South Carolina. Mr. Ma lonoy will combine business with plensure by buyjng furniture while ho Is In Chicago. Writing from Estos Park, L. C. Carroll says that hotols and cottages at that resort aro overcrowded, and North Platte people who expect to go thero should make their reservations considerably In ndvanco. See 'Clinton & Son' about your Eye troubles, satisfaction ovory tlmo. Son is over In Germany, win ne nomo in a few weeks or months. Sign of the Big Ring I Crystal Theatre, Tonight and Tomorrow. CONSTANCE TALMADGE IN "WHO The story of a girl who said she ride on the Merry-go-round of life found she did care. r - THE UNIVERSAL CAR Newl Ford Truck Notice to Water Consumers. Water bills for past quarter now" duo. Discount porlod ends July 20thJt' Wator offico locatod In' flro station corner of Front and Vino streets.' ' ",y i HERSHEY S. WELCH&2. 53-2 Water Commlsslonbr.7' Don't forget tho Lutheran Girls' Club picnic Wednesday evening nt 0:30. Bring your lunch and a dluto. - Mrs. Thomas Gorham returned to her homo ln Grand Island Sunday nftor, . a visit with her daughtor Mrs. W. AA Buchflnk. . j.': Llout. and Mrs. Arthur Bullard, iuw had been visiting friends lu town for ten days, loft this morning for Willow Springs, Mo., to visit Mr. Bullard'a paronts. Keith Theatre Wednesday & Thursday "The Blindness of Divorce" kthe problem eternal in which the woman always pays. BEAUTIFUL Elsie Ferguson IN "THE AVALANCHES an intensely human story witha l moral which registers. Also 2 reel Comedy. CRYSTAL Thursday and Friday. CARES 5? didn't care and proceeded to at its maddest whirl-later she Notice enjoyaoio time.