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title: 'The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922, January 16, 1913, Image 4',
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JOHN V. THOM S. Iviltor
Published every Thursday by
The Herald Publishing Company.
LLOYD C, THOMAS, Bres Tieas.
P. A. IMKHSON. VIC PTM.
JOHN W. THOMAS. Sec'r
Entered at the postofflce at Alli
ance, Nebraska, for transmission
through the mails as second class
no attar. .
Subscription, $1.50 per year In ad
vance. The circulation of this newspaper
Is. guaranteed to be the largest In
western Nebraska. Advertising rates
will be furnished on application.
Sample copies free for the asking.
thbrsday, January 18, 1911
The wedding of Miss tistlicr Brown
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
C. Brown, of Wavervlllo, to Mr.
William 0. Woods of Ling!, Wyom
Sng, occurred Tuesday afternoon at
five o'clock t the residence of the
bride. The ceremony was performed
by Rev. J. H. Weat.
The residence was beautifully !
orated In green and white. Miss
Elsie Atkins of this city played the
wedding music, and the bridal party
ejrtered the drawing room, as the
bridal chorus from Lohengrin was
played. Miss Minnie Lydn was maid
of honor and Mr. Oscar Brown was
best man. The ring ceremony wa
used and the bride was given in mar
riage by her father. The ceremony
WW performed under a chandelier,
which was attractively deora'ed
with mistletoe and white rihhcns.
Miss Brown whs attired In a travel
ing gown of bins cloth with a hat of
the same shade and carried a DOM
quet of bride's roses. The ceremony
was followed by a reception after
wnich Mr and Mrs. Woods departed
for GiDClBMtl. where they are spend
ing tb holidays. They will later go
to Denver for a brief stay before re
turning tO Llngle, Wyoming, where
they will reside permanently. Ash
A .number of young people wcv
entertained at the home of Ch.is.
Tally, Tuesday evening. Dancing
and cards were the order of the ev
ening. Light refreshments were
'(.! at midnight. Tbo.se ln
were the guests were Misses Fran
ces and Ethel Nolan. Emily Skiles
nnd Merlam Sea well; Messrs. Ward
Rttbendall, Bob Reddish. W. R.
MetK, Eugene Ford; Mr. and Mrs.
5V. T. Sohlupp.
The Domcst lc Science section of
the Woman's flub last Friday nfier
neon, was an enjoyable event. A'
par.fr on Uncocked Food was given
by Mrs. James A. Armour. A pian.)
selection whs given by Mln Beulah
Smith with violin obllgato by Caul
Thomas. IMano solos by C. A. Ander
son and Miss llaltie He. -w old were
rendered. The lunebecii was served
1n cafeteria w.yle, each ordering a
fa-vorite dish. All kinds of tempting
dishes were displayed at this style of
luncheon. The next mee.ing of the
club will be in fhe way of literary
work and the subject will be "Pas
sion I'lay", meeting at the home of
Mrs. Fred Campbell. 821 Box Butte
Ave., Wednesday afternoon January
Labt Tuesday evening Mrs. J. T.
Pecklnpaugh entertained at a diuner
party. The remainder of the evening
was spent playing cards,
i A meeting of the Ladles' Mission
wry Society of the First Presbyter ,
Inn church met at the homee of
Mrs. W. C. Mounts this afternoon.
IMS subjeet was "China", with Mrs.
Montgomery as leader Capers on '
I China were given by Mrs. Vance and
j other members, responding to the
roll call with current events. Re
freshments were served and a short
inimical prowrwm rendered.
H. P. Toohey whs honored Monday
might by a smoker given In the
Zollinger rooins, by John Burke, as
hct. The entertainment for the ev
ening was curds. Those present
were Meeers. John Wiker, John
Burke, O. O. Burke. F. M. Broome.
Ralph Beiil, Ray Mark, Dr. A. J.
Kennedy, Dr. Boland, Roy McClus
key, Robert Reddish Hiid Fred Mr
M,rs. J. E. Rice and daughter Ruth
returned home from an extended
trip through the east touching points
In the eastern jwirt of the state,
Iowa and Illinois.
R. R Reddish, who has been on
the sick MM for several weeks, is
reported a very little better.
SHOWER FOR MISS ROWLAND
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Exhibit and Sale
FOR FIVE DAYS ONLY
Oriental Turkish & Persian Rugs
and ART WORK such as Clunv and
The Daughters of Isabella gave a
tshower for Miss Agnes Rowland, at
the "home of Mrs. John O'Keefe. The
house was decorated with hearts and
cuplds In red, festoons from the
chandeliers to the corners of the
rooms biting in abundance. A cozy
corner was arranged for a doll bride
in pink swtln, and her groom. Miss
Rowland there found showers of
many beautiful presents. A two
course luncheon was served The
table and dining room were in har
mony with the reft of the house, and
a hugh hixiuet of pink carnations
were showered on the bride-to-be.
Those present were Mesdames Dr.
Copsey, Trlplett, ntoce and sister,
Lock wood. Shot, Driscoll, Mel.aine.
Reardon, Rrunnan, Newberry, Ham
i; on. Rut-chsensteln. Yount, Kennedy,
Conners, Vaughan, Burke. Jaek
Reardon, Frank O'Conner, Annie
O'Conn r and Mrs. Dwyer.
Drawn Work, Battenburg, Luncheon Sets,
Head Scarfs, Bulgarian Art Embroidery
DELIGHTFUL HOUSE PARTY
(Omitted last week I
Miss B. Irene Shamp of Denver
returned home Inait Friday, after be
ing the guest of Miss Minelle High
lUld at a house party over New
Year's. There were entertainments
galore during her stay in Alliance
Four eouples of young people enjoy
ed the elegant New Year's dinner,
namely, the Misses Highland, Shumv,
Virginia Broome, and Messrs. Hom
er .Moiyneaux, it. sineuii, i- I., smuii
and L. H Bennett There was a
watch party after theatre New
Yar's eve, and the next night a
h. .lire party, a chili supper and the
54-inch Lunch Cloth,
value $6 and $6.50,
will go for . . .
45-inch Lunch Cloth,
value $4.50 and $5,
will go for ....
Mrs. Simmons' store will be open
every evening till 9 during sale
Also, Cuffs and Collar
We have an assortment of
And many other things that will
interest the ladies
Come in anil we will give you a good bargain
on anything we have in the store
4M4 '.'.4o' 444f
At the residence of the bride's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. 8. Brown, 42::
Missouri avenue, at 8 o'clock p. m,
Wednesday, Juiiuitry l". 1913, occur
red the wedding of Mr. Samuel K.
Tread and M i.-s Ethel M. Brown.
Kev. A. L. Cod trey, pastor of the
t'niled I'reshytei ian church, officiat
ing. After the iviiionj had SMS
performed the guests wen- invited to
partake of an appetizing wedding
supper. In the preparation of w hi !i
the bride had done her part The
groom is one of the Burlington's
faithful employees-, holding the post
tlcn of brakeman The bride is one
of Alliance's highly respected High
seh '.ol girls. They took the midnight
train for the east last night, expect
ing to be goue on their wedding trip
about a month. aTter which they will
take up their residence In this city.
Rev. Geo. G. Ware will preaeh
both UOni lag and evening next Sun
day. GKO. G. WARE, Missionary.
10:00 a.m. Bible school rally.
11:00 a. m. Breaching. Subject.
"Jesus, the Wonderful Counsellor."
6.45 d. m. C. K.
7:0 p. tn. Breaching. Subjeet.
FRANK ALUW WOTKN ,
j.M-MANUEL GERMAN EVAN
GELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH
! Corner Yellowstone Ave. and 7th St.
I German services every Sunday at
10: SO a. m.
English services next Sunday ev
ening at 7:::o ii in.
German-English parochial school
five days of the week till June.
B v e r y bo d y welcome.
TITUS LANG. Pastor. !
703 Niobrara Ave., phone r.59.
READER AND IMPERSONATOR
Francis Dowling, reader and lm
lersonutor, will speak in the Chris
tian church bctsement next Tuesday
n.ght. January 2:1b. The reading he
uiveB will be an extract from the
book "Shepherd of the Hills", by
Harold Bell Wright. The admission
will be 16 cents for children and 35
cents for adults. The rollowinj; rec
ommendation from the secretary of
the Regents of Education of South
Jakota speaks Tor itself:
To Whom It May Concern:
The writer tuts heard Francis S.
Bowling on several occasions, has
had the pleasure of meeting and vis
iting with him, atul takes pleasure
in expressing his appreciation of Mr.
Bowling's ability as am entertainer,
as well as his quality as a gentle
man. Further, the writer feels that any
KtttBOtOO before whom Mr. Bowling
may appear, may be safely guariui- ,
teed an evening of real entertain
ment and enjoyment, and that they
will leave his presence better ecpiip
led to meet the affairs of life, be
cause of having come into contact
twith the inspiring personality of this
FRED W. FORI).
Secy. Regents of Education. State of
WE ARE KING
A number of Alliance young peo
ple will produce the play "We Are
KlaC" for the benefit of St. Joseph's
Hospital, a; the opera house about
the first of Februray. Further par
ticulars will be Riven later.
EXCHANGE CHURCH SERVICES
Rev. Sidney Topping of Scott sbluff,
missionary in charge of the North
llattie valley missions of the F.plsco
pal church, including Sc-ottsbluff, Ger
ing. Bayard, Minatare, Mitchell and
McCrew, exchanged services the
pest week with Rev. Geo. G. Ware.
Rev. Topping held services at Alli
ance Sunday morning and evening
and at Mullen Monday evening, and
Lev. Ware conducted services Sun
day ;it ScottHbluff and Gering.
The county commissioners, roaug
niaing the iced for a high grade
machine for quick and satisfactory
grading on the roads of the county,
have purchased an Austin Giant
Grader from the Austin-We.-tern Co.
of Chicago, at a cost, of $4m.
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Is holding one Qf their wonderful 9c Sales
Hore than one-half the stock is being sold below cost
Sale begins Saturday, the 18th, and ends Saturday, the
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