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ilattr THIRTY-SIXTII YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEB., MARCH 12, 1920. No. 18 DKSEIITO WOMAN SENT TO KKLATIVES IN KANSAS CITY. Mrs. Homer Munday, who was de serted by her husband ton days ngo, was sent to relatlvoa in Kansas City Wednesday by charitable people who donated her carfaro and 1 raveling ox ponses. Mrs. Munday, and her eight months old child arrived hi North l'latto Tuesay evening of last week from Brady and expocted to And her husband awaiting hur when sho ar rived. Ho did not appear, and prac tically without a cent in lflSr- pocket made the depot her abiding placo for forty-eight hours. Her stay at the depot awakened a suspicion with the police, and to them she told her story. Policeman Thayor took the woman and child to his homo where they were cared for until provided with transportation to Kansas City. According to tho story told the po lico, Homor Munday is an alias for her husband whoso real name Is Dil llon Dunbar. Thoy were married in Kansas City March 1st, 1919. Dunbar was interested in a garage at Kansas City, was drafted and spent a year or so in service. Upon his discharge ho returned to Kansas City and thoy were married on tho above date. Soon after their marriage Dunbar and sev eral others went to Tulsa, Okl., where -thoy purchased a car, had it Insured against theft, one of tho party stole the car, and the other parties collect ed tho Insurance, this game hoing played several times until it got too hot for tho gang and Dunbar went to Salt Lake, thence to Denver and from there to Sterling, Colo., whore he stole a Dodge sedan. His wife and child had joined him in Denver, and from Sterling they started east in the sedan. Some mishap occurred to the car when they reached Brady, and being almost without money, Dunbar said he would hop a freight for North Platte and that she should follow on the local. She saw her husband get on a train, and that was the last she had seen of him. Sho came to North Platte on the local expecting to meet "him hero. Tho car deserted by Dunbar is still at Brady and officers arc attempting to locate its owner. Miners and Operators Indicted Indictmonts charging conspiracy woro returned against 125 mlno oper ators and coal minors by a special federal grand jury In United States district court at Indianapolis ,lato yesterday. Tho chargo tis reported is con spiracy under tho Lovor net to en hance tho prico of necessaries by restricting distribution, limiting manufacture and by other means and conspiracy to commit offonsos against tho United States as defined in tho criminal code. Names of thoso Indicted will not be announced except as each defendant Is served by a United States marshal with the Indictment notice It wag 'said. All the men are said to bo ac tive in the so-caled central compoti,- tivo field, which embraces Indiana, I Illinois, Ohio and westorn Pennsyl vania. More than ono-half of tho do- fendants are said to be mlno opera tors. i ;:o:: 1 A largo and enthusiastic meeting of tho Lutheran Brotherhood was held In tho basement of tho church Monday ovonlng. The following officers were 'elected for the ensuing year: Wm. J. I Hondy,. president: Herbert F. Tramp, YlUO-iH UBIUUIll , VJtlll, I Will, Dtliiouilf- treasuror. Tho hosts of tho evening were Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Welngand, Mr and Mrs. Win. J. Hendy, and Rov. and Mrs. Koch. New lot of sport coats in polo and sllvortono clothB. with flap effect pockets and cunning collars, novelty buttons and narrow leather belt, light mixtures, copen and remcioor, on saio nt t9.A UK 4!n fif. nnrl S34.fIK. Mrs. Cantlin and Mrs. Kline In charge of tho department at Tiio L,eauer .ier p.mUlo Co. will bo clad to have you drop in and let them show them to you. Miss Gladys Hall will .return Mbn rlnv. from Sldnov where she has been J serving as relief message operator for tiie union racinc ior me past months. After a short visit with friends she will leave for Long Boach, Calif., for an extended visit with her mother. Dixon & Son, Slghb Specialists. FiORATj AND PERSONAL IJyJuucl io Toxns. Bobby Bylund loft Wednesday night miss Aiario etuart wont io Unicom for Dallas. Texas, where ho will Wednesday to visit hor brother Prank wrostlo Pot Brown tonight. Brown Is and family. a tfavorlto in Toxns and has a wldo Tho Episcopal giild will hold a food reputation ns a mat artist. Bale at tho Dorryborry & Forbes storo Saturday, March 27tu Whilo absent Bylund will moot sev eral other wrostlors at difforont nnii, rinn,, innvna ,in,, places. Ho vHH return homo tho lat- r nfi- t, to. ii, nfi. tor part of tho month to meet "Rough noss connected with her late mother's Hou8 Charlr ?BOn' ot Chicago. cstat0 WJ11 Ohscrrc Annlvcrsnry. uick tsaKor is spending louay in town while enrouto home to Staple ton from a business trip to the cen tral part of the statg the are of SUvor Loaf Camp, Royal Neighbors, will celobrato Its twenty-fourth an niversary Wednesday evening, March 17th, at eight o'clock at tho K. P. hall. Mrs. W, J. Stuart will return this A supper will bo served, followed by evening from Chicago whore 'she was a- literary and musical program. To called three weks ago by tho Illness this celobratlon members of and death of hor mother. Cam p and tholr families W. C f!nln. former Nichols nrenlnr.t. I Invited aB are also members fnrmer, wdnt to Omaha last night to the Modern Woodmnn Camp. accept a position as chocker for the viVuiiu Updike lumber and coal company. 1JW l1ini w. ,, . . nvn v,.v Arthur Bullard loft this morning Lnroful examination of n.lr ..vo in for St. Paul, Minn., to visit Mrs. Bui- dotnl wo nro equipped with tho lnt- lard and extend a welcome to tho eat nml ,n08t up.to-dato Instruments daughter who arrived the early part aud oyo testing methods obtnlnablo. A Of tills Week. visit tn nliro!Tlp.n will rnnvlnnn vnii f Henry Fulk, of O'Fallons, returned this. In collection with our optical this morning from Iowa where be department wo have a completo lonse was called a couple of weeks ago by grinding plant which enables us to the Illness of his mother. When he give you tho quickest service possi left she was considerably improved, bio. Our eyesight specialist dovotos For Sale Electric washer, parlor his entire attention to his work in our set, parlor table and sanitary cot. optical dopartment. He is a graduato Enquire at C04 oast Sixth street. of Northorn Illinois Collogo of Chl- Tho Episcopal guild will hold tholr cag0, ,A1i w0rk ,s Guaranteed to annual Easter sale In the B nsincuon Surprise l'aslor. Tho "Northslders" of tho Lutheran church surprised tholr pastor and wlfo last Tuesday ovonlng by calling at tho parsonngo en masse. Thoy enmo armed" with tho nocoasary articles for a sumptuous lunch which they served during tho courso of tho ovon lng. A beautiful ciuilt, tho work of tho Fourth ward sowing circlo, was presented to tho pastor aud wlfo as n mark of appreciation for Borvico ren dered during tho construction of tho building. It was a happy occasion for Loth pastor and people. ::o:: HiiKF Hall MVelln;,'. 1'nsclmll enthuiasts have made ar rangements for a mooting to be hold at tho Landgrnf harbor shop at ?:,10 to night nl which all players and fans nro naked to be- prcsont and help mako plans for the coming baseball season In North Platto. Bret Slmonds of Stockvlllo, and Bob Aitloy, of Mny- wood, former North Patto players, aro desirous of again playing on tho team hero. It Is hoped that with a paid pitcher and catcher we may havcf a team fast enough to give tho fans somo really good games this summer and put North Platto on the map In tho basoball world. church basement on Thursday after noon, April 22nd, where aprons, rugs and fancy work will bo offered to the public. A twenty-five cent lunch will I bo served. The home falont play "Engaged by DIXON & SON, Sight Specialists. ::o:: Rockefeller Snys Must Save. American peoplo aro facing tho greatest struggle of tho age, accord tng to a statement made by John D Wednesday,", given by tho Camp Fire , 1ulJru,u,0u rned tha only girls, will be repented at tho Franklin " ?i?U" ' .5 " ?In?.lL. . girls and the Episcopal guild. We are showing tho most beautl- lamlty and stated that wasto of mon ey should' be guarded against by ov eryone at this time. Ho also referred ful models in dresses, don't fail to to cnf0rcemont of prohibition at this see them. Mrs. Cantltn and Mrs timo, stating that it had dono much to Kline will bo pleased to show you at cause tho serloUB economic altuatlon. 1 Why Co to the City to Spend WHEN M;VICKEIt'S MILLINERY (inn fiirnish you with" tho very latest styles in lints. " Our liuyers visit tho wholesale houses many times during the season, ennhling us to give you best and newest ideas the markets afford. We also employ experienced trimmers from the leading cities, who are capable of giving: you tho most efficient service. rorsoiial inspection will convince you that we are second to none. STYLE, QUALITY AND PIUCE CONSIDERED. The Leader Mercantile Co. Al Tift has been In town this week visiting friends and looking after bus iness matters has been running two hotels In Oma :o::- We are showing new additions to our hosiery stock. Seo tho good For a year past ho tooKhjB rind sorvlceablo ladles' and : two hotels in Oma- misses! socks. For this coming soa- ha, one of which ho has sold and will son socks promise to bo "quite the Wo aro showing tho most beauti ful models, in dresses, don't fall to seo thorn. Mrs. Cantlin nnd Mrs. Kline will bo pleased to show you at Tho Leador Morcantllo Co. Chatlol mortgages so far filed this month in tho county clerk's oft'Ico ag gregate flvo hundred and seventy thousand dollars. This Is an echo of tho many farm sales held during tho past month nnd represents purchases of cattle, horses and machinery,. Tax collections by County Trosasur- or Haudor last year woro in oxcess br six hundred thousand dollars. This is' equivalent to tho payment of $25 of taxes a year by, each man, woman and child In tho county. Howovor, the railroad ands other corporations pay nearly one-fourth of this tax. Clinton & Son, GraduSto Opticians, seo them for Service. tf soil the other soon. During tho past thing;,'. Ask Mrs. Garrison in charge year ho was-marriedand,ho and his f tliohoslory department at The Wife-will spend this;-summer travel- oauorpiorcanuio Co. Ino-. vHo.bjivh .hln.vlfnl?n.'SRn AAA In I V- " "op- ling. Ilo' says lilsyjfehiw "$80,000, in her owrr name ' " ' her own name. Wo are showing new additions, tq looking and serviceable ladles' and ar ouern.s our properiy ai uut FOR SALIJ Aj Fine Suburban Home. Having decided to chango location. misses' socks. .For this coming sea- North Strcet' containing two son socks promise to be "quite tho u "l iul,u tli.lng." Ask Mrs. Garrison in chargo of the hosiery department at The Leader Morcantllo Co. A twenty-five per cent wage In- on the highest and best ground In North Platto, for sale. Tho house Is modern, containing 8 rooms, bath, plenty, of closets, fireplace, built In features and full basement with co- crease for bituminous coal minors is ment floor nn(1 plastcrod, hot air fur- recommonded in a majority report of tho commission appointed by Pres Ident Wilson to settle the coal strike This report was submitted to the pros nace, electric lights and city water, Thero is also upon tho placo a priv ato irrigation plant, largo slzo stable, 3G x 3S, divided Into open nnd box ident yesterday. The Increase ab- Lfniia in- i,v mn, nnn fnr nnn F , Biamu j. offIco and wi(o driveway through last November, so tho additional In- atnMn Rmnii onw ,,- fr o ,,,, V McVICKERS STYLE PLUS QUALITY STORE. Style without Ostentation The Innate correctness of E. T. TRAMP & SONS foot wear explains its popularity with women who appreciate what it means to be well dressed. We have a shoe to meet the requirements of every occasion. Dependable leathers in serviceable colors form the materials of the low cut shoes which we are now showing for spring and summer wear. They have been designed and fashioned with the knowledge and skill that comes from long experience in shoemaking. Our courteous salespeople will provide the only other requisite for shoe satisfaction a good fit. See the window of New Spring Styles. E. T. Tramp & Sons, Shoe Store. stable, small cow barn for 2 head 2 largo chicken houses and yards and a work shop Land is planted in bearing fruit treos applo, cherries and plums. If land is not all needed It can bo dlvid cd into lots, and sold nt a cood firairo To whom aro you going to sell your The buildings, if built now. would cost nay ana urainf ino tiarringion Mer- about ?12,000, cantlie vo. win oner tno highest Price $13,000 for all. For torms and Prices. G4tf anv other Information inquire of Blankenburg Bros., ownors crease is but eleven per cent. CoaL oporators say this increase will bo added to the price of coali If so, It will probably raise the prico of coal In North Patto from fifty conts to a dollar a ton ::o:: Christian Church Bible school at 9:45. Preaching at Nob 11 a. m., subject "Tho Lost Christ." Preaching at 7:30 p. m., subject, "The Lost Sheep." A cordial welcome awaits you at all services. Phone Red 851. North Platto 1G-4 ::o:: For Sale By owner, bungalow of four rooms, bath and basement. Phono Black 1219. 13-4 AT THE ON THEATRE. Keith, Saturday. EVELYN GREELEY TODAY Delores Cassinclli IN The Virtious Model ALSO 2-reel Texas Guinan IN "The Oakdale Affair" Neal Burns Comedy DARN THAT STOCKING. Clnudo Wcingnnd Wins. C. O. Welngand received a tolegrain Wodnesday from tho Midland Collogo nt Fremont stating that his son Claude had won first plnco In a debato Tues day night In which thlrty-slx had qual ified. This debate was hold for tho purposo of Bolectlng a Toprosontatlvo In tho slnto-wldo school dobato, and this honor was won by Claude. v Whilo this wns good news to Mr. Welngand, tho tolegram also contained bad news for it stated that Claudo had been taken Bick with bronchial pneu monia Wodnosdny morning and had boon tnkou to a hospital. That ho should dobato one night nnd suffer bronchial pnoumonla tho noxt morning Is Indeed unusual. ::o;i Announcements are out for the wod dlng of Miss Faye Parsons and James Jowol. Tho ceremony will take place at oloven thirty on Tuesday, March twenty-third, at tho MethodlBt church and will bo followed by a twelvo o'clock dinner In tho church parlors. Norrls C. McKinloy and Miss Mar gies MapoS; both ot Sutherland, wore married In this city Tuesday .by Ilov. C. F. Koch. Dixon & Son, Sight Specialists. The True Oil of Ripe OLIVES Fresh ollvos and rlpo olives only arc" used in tho production of our olive, oil. Thoro Is no finer grade with n nicer tnsto or with hotter value ns a medicine than I' ours, Sold, In bulk or standard sized packages, Just as, you plenBO. Gummere-Dent Drug Co. - The Most Valuable Implement on the Farm. It should be used before and after plowing so as to conserve all possible moisture for the production of the crop. An International Disc Harrow stands by itself, superior in work and construction. Its many anvantages can only be realized by investigation. INTERNATIONAL SALES AND SERVICE. DERRYBERRY & FORBES IMP, CO. LOCAL DEALERS. i . SATURDAY Frank Keenan IN Smoldering Embers ALSO A 2 KKEL Ball Bearing but Hard Running. Keith, Tonight. MADLAINE TRAVERSE MONDAY Earl Williams IN The Hornet's Nest ALSO 7th Chapter Bound and Gagged IN i Li 117 1J V... I VVOdl YT0U1U I Ml UU In nrestlnc drama of lovo and loy- nllv whlnli a wnmnn hecrcars hor- soll to pay hor liusuanus uoot oi honor . Sennctt Comedy THE LITTLE WIDOW. Would You Make An Investment Which would Pay you a 15 or 20 per . cent Profit. Buy a tire Today or Saturday and make such an in vestment as mentioned above. All Tire prices have advanced from 10 to 20 per cent. This is no idle rumor but an absolute fact. Our prices will not advance until Monday, March 1 5th. All tires sold before that date will go at the old price. Get yours now and save the price of a new tube on every tire. S. & R. Service Station.