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LOCAL AND PERSONAL
, - One-third off on Indies' plush nnil cloth con Is. THE HUH. Geo. Frator spont Tuesday In Lex ington lookng after business matters Dr. Hownrd Tost, Dentist, Twliiem Rulldlug. Ihono 307. 77tf Furnished rooms for rent. Inquire at 400 east Front streot. Dr. Morrill, Dentist. Office over Wil cox Department Store. tf Misses Cora, Hclon and Ktliol Souscr spont Thanksgiving with friends In Lexington. "When In North Plntto stop at the New Hotel Palace and Cafe. You will bo treated well. B8tf Misses Lydla and Hattle Bfarklund spent Thnnksglvlng In Gothenburg -Ith thqlr puronlfi. ' - iT1 Wo do al" kinds of general ropalr work. John II. Null, GOG Locust 89tf Miss Irma Johnston wont to Elm Creek yesterday to spend Thanksgiv ing day with friends. Wanted To do Chamber work In respectable place only. Inqulro at this office. ' 91-2 Misses Mayme, Noll and Margaret Cooney went to Overton Thursday to spend Thanksgiving with their par ents. For Sale New Oliver typewriter No. 9. A bargain. R. W. Adams at Dr. Brock's office. v 90tf Vernon Ltinsford came down from Choyenno Wednesday to spend the week end at the Lochlel Johnston homo. ' Hnte. fnnrv lm!r n1na moal, lincra bar pins, all good gifts. C. M. Austin, jeweler. 91-2 Miss Gladys Hall will leave In a week or so for Long Beach, Cal. where sho will probably spend the winter. REMEMBER, your watch will not leave ED'S bench (In Frater's Drug Store) until it Is RIGHT. 87tf Mr. and Mrs.- Chas. E. Crosby re turned Wednesday from Omaha where Mrs. Crosby had gone to have her ' eyes treated. For Rent For business of some kind, the rooms west of the Singer sewing machine store. Call at Ringer office. ,91-2 Loren Hastings came up from Lin coin, where he is attending the unl versity, to spend Thanksgiving with the home folks. No Conl, "But" Blankets, Comforts Underwear, Overcoats, Sweaters, Mit tens, Oiershocs, nil kinds oi heavy unu fancy warm wear. THE HUB. Go to the Crystal tonight and see the drama "Social Ambition" and the comedy, "A Tight Fix" two things that often go together. Hnre you noticed the latest idea iu cut steel buckles displayed hi our window? E. T. Trump & Sons' .Shoe Mr. and Mrs. Otto Thoelecke and daughter will leave In a couple of weeks for southern California where they will remain until March 1st. "Billy's Place,' opposite the depot, makes a specialty of steaks and chops Also servo 35c and 40c merchants' lunch. Try us. 88tf Dr. and Mrs. D. E. Morrill and daughter, Miss Alma, went to York Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving and visit over the week end with friends. For Sale A bargain: 8 room house, modern except heat; has garage, barn and coal shed. Phono black 1132, 408 cast Eleventh street SGtf Miss Ethel White, who had been a guest at tho Elmer Owens home for , tho past two months, returned this morning to her homo in Boone, Iowa. To, whom are you going to sell your Hay and Grain? Tho Harrington Mcr cantilo Co. will offer the highest Drlces. . 64tf Tho ladies' aid society of the Pres byterlan church will hold their annual fair and supper Wednesday, Decomber 3d. Supper to bo served cafeteria bo ginning at 5:30. Booths open at four o clock. A now assortment of cut steel buckles Just nrrlved. Something now in design for dress nnil evening wear, E. T. Tramp & Sons' Shoe Store. 1)1-2 Commissioners Koch, Herminghau- sen and Springer and County Clerk Allen will leave Monday night for Omaha to attend tho annual conven tlon of county clerks and county com mlssloners. For Salo 2 coats, 1 ladles' and 1 cnnt.lntnnn'fl! 1 Whito dron head sew Ing machine and a few window shades. Phono Red. 830. 91-2 For Sale Or will trado, 120 acres land in Dent County, Mo. All lencou with hog fence; 35 acres in cumva tlnn. fi acres In orchard, balance tlm ber; 4 miles from town. Enqulro E. E. Moody, North Platte. Diamond, diamonds, diamonds, set and unset, porfoct and Imperfect, mounted to suit tho taste. C. M. Aus tin, jeweler. 91-2 Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Huffman enter tained tho twenty-two members of tho bridal party at a six course formal dinner party Wednesday evening at Blx-thrlty o'clock. Tablo decorations were baskets of pink and whito roses and smllax with placo cards of tiny bride's slippers nnd kowplo dolls sit ting in a wedding ring. You Can't beat a blcyclo for Xmas. John H. Nujl, GOG Locust. 89tf Major Robert Warwick, who had Buch a largo following of theatro go ers, and who enlisted In tho very early days of tho war, Is back. His first ap ipoaranco will bo at tho Kolth Monday n,,,i Tnominv in n storv of our own Southland "Secret Service." All of his old admirers will Do more anu u you don't remember him, you certainly will after you see one of his playr. SPECIAL SALE OF 0 I . B . .. .... ' 1 1 .. . .. i We find our stock in these lines is heavier than we wish to carry and to reduce our investment to what fa it should be, we are offering prices that will reduce our stock quickly. LADIES' COATS. We have reduced the price on every cloth coat in our stock. You will find a wonderful selection to choose from, ranging from 30- $16.45 to $69.95 with plenty of medium priced ones. LADIES' SUITS. We have 41 suits in our stock that range in price from $25.00 to $100.00 each. There is a good as sortment of colors and sizes, all of reliable makes. Prices on these wii range from $14.45 to 72.45 LADIES' DRESSES. We ore showing a very large assortment of dresses, both silk and wool; styles that have received the praise of every customer who has looked at them. There are plenty of sizes and styles lor every type of figure. Prices will range from $17.45 to $64.45 Come and help make this the best Ready-to-Wear Sale ever held in North Platte. DEPARTMENT STORE. Guy Hates Tost. All important In public Interest will be the appearance of the celebrated dramatic star, Mr. Guy Bates Post in "The Masquerader" a masterpiece by Jolin Hunter Booth, taken from the widely read novel of Katherine Cecil Thurston and produced by Richard Walton Tully. In this latest vahlclo Mr. Post por trays a dual characterization which offers him an excellent opportunity for his artistic gifts which are at their highest pinnacle. Tho romance is compelling, thrilling and ho strikes every note of tho human emotions1 with delicacy and precision, the plot; keeps one fascinated and spell-bound! to tho end, It Is a triumph of dramatic i charm in which tho star's skill results In a mosaic of laughter and tears. A wonderful production created with the keonesst artistry and most cxqulslt finesse. Mr. Post's performance has tho In stinctive art of Richard Mansfield In Ids most Illuminating moments, tho real causo of tho mantle of Mansfield falling so gracefully on this genius gifted beadnoyllrmdhYol-aok tsaonst gifted beyond all dnimatlc stars ho possesses tho concentration of a Na polean, tho Industry of an Edison. Mr Post la an artist who lives his charac ters as well as studies them, and real izes that a "portrayal" Is on Interpre tation vivid with realism, and to have moulded Ids "Masquerader Into tho masterpiece that It ,1s, Is tho expression of genius as vorsatilo as It Is rare. Keith theatre, December 10th. ::o:: Twentieth Century Club. Tho Twentieth Century club will meet on Tuesday afternoon, December 2d, at three o'clock, with Mrs. Ray Langford, 309 west Fourth streot. Mrs Georgo Frator and Mrs. Ralph Norrls will act as assistant hostesses with Mrs. Mary Elder as chairman of tho program. A large attendance Is de sired. ::o:: Duros Jersey malo hogs, registered Chas. Smith throo miles west of town. 92tf PEGGY HYLAND in 'The Webb of Chance" A comedy-drama with atwlst In Its talo. The Sunshine Comedy Wild Waves and Women Keith, Tonight. ALL COAL MUST HE ORDERED THROUGH COMMITTEE Tho coal committee appointed by the city council Tuesday evening, consist ing of J. V. Romigh, J. C Wilson nnd Fred J. Dlenor, opened an office In the Romigh garago early Wednesday fore noon. An Investigation -of tho avail able supply of coal was at onco mado and tho result was somewhat alarm ing. Tho supply consisted of twonty flve tons of slack available at tho wat er plant, about fifteen tons of coke and two tohs of anthracite, certainly a meagro supply for tho committee to begin business on. Tho opening of tho office soon became known and bo fore ten o'clock applicants began to appear, and throughout tho day, tho committee was kept busy, a total of ninety-llvo orders being used during the day. Tho quality of tho stock on hand was not altogether satisfactory to the applicants, but realizing that It was slack, coke, anthraclto or none, tho applicants accepted such as they could get and woro on the whole thank ful. Only BOO pounds woro allotted to each applicant. During Wednesday J. V. Romigh, of tho committee, got In touch with Genl. Manager Jeffers, of tho Union Pacific, and with tho state federal fuel administrator. To these Mr. Romigh stated the actual condi tion of the conl situation In North Platte, with tho result that throo cars of coal wero ordered placed at tho disposal of the North Platto commit tee. These cars wero "sot" on tho, tracks at throo of tho coal yards Wed the commltteo began Issuing orders nosday night and yostorday morning for this coal In 1000 pound lots. In tnlklng tho situation over with the federal authorities and with Mr. Jef fers, tho commltteo stated thnt tho present needs of North Platte would not bo loss than two cars a day, nnd as tho stocks In tho hands of house holders becamo exhausted this need would Increase. It Is estimated that tho coal consumption In North Platto nnd tributary section for household purposes will avorago closo to 100 tons a day. This does not lncludo tho needs of business buildings nor industrial plants. Tho commltteo has no assuranco that It will havo two cars a day at Its disposal, and whilo tho supply yos torday was sufficient to meet the de mands, It Is not, certain that such will bo true today, tomorrow or next week -::o: Hound Over Win. Zellln, chnrged with Incest, had a preliminary hearing before Judgo W6odhurst Tuesday afternoon and was bound ovor to tho district court under bond of $2,500. According to tho testi mony of tho fourteen year old daugh ter, tho Illicit relations had covered a period of two years, beginning shortly after tho death of tho mother. Tho family camo hero from Gothonburg about a year ago. JJolllno failed to give bond and was remanded to jail. ' ::o:: - Real bargains In shoes on the bar gain counter of E. T. Tramp & Sons' Shoo Store. 01-2 The second big snow of tho season began falling Tuesday night nnd con tinued throughout Wednesday, cover ing the ground to the dopth of eight inches. Fortunately there was but little wind and tho snow did not drift. Tho storm was genornl over tho statu. Special Homo cured bacon 35c per pound. Brodbeck's Moat Market. tf SI 1.000 for n Calf. L. A. Bursou, a ranchman living nine miles south of Morrill, sold a Hereford calf, ten and a half months old, for the ncnt little sum or $11,000. But this Is not aH of tho romance. A few montliB ngo Mr. Burson purchased from Mou sol Brothers, Hereford breeders of Cambridge, tho dam of the cow, then with calf, for $500. Tho mon who paid tho $11,000 for tho calf woro tho Mou sols, who sold tho cow and tho calf to Mr. Burson for $500, And Mr. Burson still has the cow. For Sale . Sevon room modern house, two full lots, fruit and shado trees, gnrago and other out buildings Easy terms. 320 south Elm. C. E. McLane. 92tf Christian Science sorvlco Sunday 11 a. m. Wednesday evening mcotings every week at 8:00, A cordial Invi tation 1h extended to all to attend these services. Building & Loan build ing, room 25. von SALE My Little Six Hutck touring car In flrst cluss condition nt n very reason, able price T. C. PATTERSON, 2 Building and Loan Building. 91tf -:;o::- $050.00 HuyS G rooms nnd bath, furnaco heatod, en tirely Improved stucco houso on full cornor lot. Has garago. Tho balanco enn remain on mortgage. Phono Black G21. 89tf ::o:: Jolianscn's Sale Dates , November r J ' 29th, Landholm & Andorson pure bred hog sale at North Platto. December 11th. Harry Goldsmith's gonoral farm salo, southwest of North Platto. January February 4th, Leo Mustard, gonoral farm salo, southeast of North Platto. 18th, A. H. Turpen gonoral farm salo 10 miles northwest of North Platto. Farmers Oppose Short Dny. Nebraska State Farmors association In session at Omaha, adopted resolu tions against dccroaslng tho hours of labor. "Wo condomn tho shortening of tho work dny to less than eight hours," said tho report. "Tho world cannot be fed and clothed on a working wook of 40 hours and 128 hours rost," ::o:: Please loavo your order for en graved Christmas cards, tlmo is short Clinton, the Jeweler, ,, Dr. H. 0. Brock. Dentist. X-Ray Diagnosis. Reynolds Bldg. Phone 14S FRANK KEENAN Presents Story taken from the Seattle strike in which Mayor Hansen made himself famous as Seattle's Fighting Mayor. AT THE SUN, Three Days commencing Dec. 2nd.