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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1922.
Beginning July 1
A strike of nm;e than 1.000,000
jrvon railroad cinjlo t c . will bftin
lulv 1, un!oi railroad executive-
iiri(-e to nfirotiate with union heads
fiwarils a srttlerunnt of their di.jute-
ft'nre that time.
TODAY AM) TOMORROW
Team Will Play
Will Start About
Sixth of July
'Hip Alliance hasohall toam. wini.er
of t-evrn names and losers of none will j played, soon acoonlinjr to plan now rutive council committe composed of
mix with the Mitchell. Platte Vallev i made by the metnbers of the Tenni.t,p international me.-idents of the rail
league team, Sunday. The Mitchell club, who are sponsoring the event. unions, and of the sreneral policy com
tram ua one of the fastest in the Ira- j Play in the first round of the tourna- mittee of ninety district chairmen
jjnie, finishing fourth. ThU team has , ment will start Thursday, July C, and vvhirh canvassed the strike vote and
lef;ate the leaders in the league,
JJanrl, the team which put up uch
ai Rood game against the locals Sun-
Another feature which should nt-
trurt ihn fmiu frnm nil over tliij ser-
tin of the country has been arranged tained
will run through until about Wednes- found it to be overwhelmingly in favor
day, July iz, wntn tne nnais win ne i 0j a walkout.
p.?.' ...... -r...i y.A Hope for Peace Wasted
(PMWn 1-e.yiMiu in Th unnounci.mt.nt practically de
r,'?.nf.!'m f"H troved the la,t vestiU of hope for
carriers will he "unavoidable" unless
the.e demands are granted at once.
will include the :-hop crafts union, j (Omaha Woild-Kerald)
me naintc-nar.ee ot way unions, the Insurance has become as much of a
la.iwaj fign.ji incn. ani tne stationary . fa;.hion as have vacations. Both of
riremcn. Estimates place the l umber , those fashions are of pood Vej.ort and
of men afTected at close to 1.20 ).OU0.t receive the sn iou, ideation of
Jul 1, d;.te set for the walkout, i vvi,e mrn anil women. Thev are sub
tle day when, waire cuts on the.;e ject to ones circumstance,, of couise,
festive ll"1, t,yd n''r Income ef-. rju, the W01th of each is ,,ping avpvec.
. .. .11. , ... iated more every year.
I . ""V ." io j. uj icr, wn.cn ; T,,e amount 01- insurance in force on
ti,;u niiin.ilim u-n i o veie.l in ht is imrr. itietuy rent tor tno ruriose ot .u .
in..- ........... .i.: i . i " i me nc m ifi.-UMS icviunv in ."imn-
railroads in a long telegram irom wri i '' !- lamouns ami uie ic on Upi,. 3j i21, was $4.V73,
bility," takes up the railroad disputes
and the developments in the situation,
during the past two years, and charges
that the railroad managements "use
or violate the transportation net as
suits their purposes and is to their ad
vantages." Railroads moved to place all shop
work rmler the contract system, in
case of a strike.
A strike, railroad officials believe,
will give them the opportunity, long
sought, to place their shopwork with
This is opposed by the United States
M. Jewell, president of the railway
employees' department of the Ameri
can federation of labor to T. Pe Witt
Cuyler of New York, chairman of the
i(i!ition of railway executives. It
The city tennis tournament will be I followed a two-day session of the exe-
jeison owes to hiin.-elf or heielf and
to any dependents to make rta-onabla
Mne than S!.000,000,000 of new in
surance was is.-ui-d by the leading
companies last year. V ere you anions
the proNkient ones? Perhaps you aru
caujing enough. Perhaps not. And
majiie ou have no in-urance.
It is something worth while thinking
about thee dajs when one would for
get the heat. Peace of mind and con
fidence of the future may le increased
by a manipulation of your income so
U.. .. Ann iiitn.K i s I Ai 1 1 1 0 in.lll'On fH
n-L i . i i i Hirtt uu vein tain uncuuuit
That amount divide.) among , . 'assul.ince can be rn.
our population gives ubout 400 to jove1 thevear through because of pro
each person. et the premium on $400 ti-
liy Manager llaiold Snyler. Johnny
King, formerly of the ( lucago tubs,
I)envcr Western league team, .nd
..ht t -i t rr.iff.-!. in:. I ..i tr- n i - .it iiirw
mmII l.r. ho minimi fnr Allijinre. . the courts (t
King was one of the classiest linnets
in the old We-tern leai-ne. i.n l :il n
made a big hit with the Cub;, lb- is
reported to have more ".-tuff'' than
ever, and will in all probability i'ch
a game such as i seldom st?en in this
j-ection of the country.
Manager Haro;.i on; der aV.s for
better supj ort for the team, the
crowds at the last few game -l.ile
fair, arc far from satisfactory. The
players who are working hard to make
;i winning team are becoming di cur
aiged with the lack of support -hown.
W ith nnu undefeated team such as the
Alliance aggregation the games should
be attended by at least 2,000 jienple.
With an attraction such as is offered
Sunday the large.-t crowd of the
season is expected.
1 W the best that can 1 ob- tr"p" ,? ' 1' j . t piiL. r,i LT,I i u l ' raih oad labor Loanl, but the execu-
Othe, prizes will be offered I'c. adhere i ' J '.f lives claim the men by striking will
runner-up, and the winner of 'keb.hood that c .p.e.s will consid, . vM h ,0 fi an, tQ
... .nn.i ..r ,k; i. opening negotiations. !. ,u i,,. ...mi i, r,
ui" v viil ruiini i"Ut ur n in ij
A Good Lineup of
County League Games
Booked for Sunday
After three defoults last Sunday due
to withdrawal, other events and rain,
the county league teams are again
ready for action, with the possible ex
ception of the Marple aggregation,
which seems to be definitely out of the
Lawn will mix with the Red Sox' at
the Red Sox diamond. The Red Sux
have recently undergone a re-organization
which seems to have improved
ihem greatly, and there is little doubt
that the Lawn team will have their
hands full. Lawn is well up in the
standing and has been playing good
liall. This shou'il make a real gume.
f'airview, another recently rejuven
ated team, will play Pleasant Hill,
l'leasant Hill has also been going
at u much faster pace . than usual
lately, taking the Nonpareil outfit into
camp, P.) to 2, in an exhibition game.
Thee teams on paper, at least seem
to be evenly matched and should put
up a real battle. The game will be at
J'jeasant Hill. ,
Snake Creek, the fast second place
team, will play at Ash Grove, another
speedy aggregation. The Snake Creek
team, with the exception ot iterea, nas
Twt lost a game, and has been playing
ai good brand of ball all season. Ash
CIrovc has given trouble to every team
yet played and will make the Snake
Creeit crew step to win.
llereu will probably have an idle
Sundav, .as Marple is booked to mix
with them. The Marple crew has not
played for the past few Sundays and
there seems to be little chance of their
return to the league. Another team,
probably the Nonpareil willow-wiehi-ers
will probably take their place, and
may get into action by next Sunday.
The whole line-up, with the excep
tion of the probable default, is un
usually good find this Sunday's game
should be attended better than any all
lor the inline
the romolatu.n round of this leature p'KTl
The tournament will lc played on
the Tennis c!ul, just
ve t of the Foul iraratre. these arc-
being put in be--t shape for the tour
ney, iind will be in fine :-hape for the
event. The courts will be taken care
of l:v the Tennis rlub during the tour
nariunt and will be kept in shape and
fiehlv in a iv .
A double tournament wili be played
afier the singles if enough interest l
shown and there are enough teams
:n make such an event practicable.
About thirty players are expected
to enter as there are more than thi
number of tennis nlavcrs in the town
A large entry list is desired as the
tournament connot le a success un
less this is done. During the week
the courts will be thrown open to all
those who wish to practice, although
runner care wi II lie demanded, ini
will be a week for all tennis enthu
siasts, for even if a man is defeated
ha will be able to nlav in the conso
lation round, and have all the friendly
matches he desires with some friend.
One court will probably be reserved
fnr m.-itrh nlav. and the other used for
practice eames. This will be done in
order that one may be kept in perfect
shape, and also that no tournament
itt. (Mi tn.iv he delayed.
An entrance fee of fifty cents wil'
l.e rli:nired to all entries. Those who
.leii-e to enter mav leave their name
at the Herald office or at llolsten's
drug store. Let s go and maKe mis a
veal week of tennis
renmng result ot such negotiation-, I ... ..,. ' ,
anions in-maim lunuiiuduuii ... w.tv:i.
now in force, restoration of working
u!e- abrogated by recent labor lx,i,i
is only a tritie
Cut that is something, although not
Xebraskans carry about SfiT.O insur
ance for each man, woman and child
FOKCE OF If ABIT
Down-and-Out: "Hey mister, give
resident. It is of incalculable worth to j a teller liny cents lor a meai, win
the state as well ns to the individuals ' ei" . .
insured and their beneficiaries that in- Professional Philanthropist: I will
vestments are increasing in insurance ,f ,u w,n vaxe a llke amount your
sccuritie.i. Now that mathematics and st'
laws have made life insurance an ex-
NOT RISKING HIS MONEY
lecisions and discontinuation of con-
rae'ing out shop work.
The .-trike, which Jewell advises the
act science, little urgument is needed
to persuade wise men and women of its
vi. I nr.
Like the practice of recreation and i l..n?. ,or me
of taking sufficient rest to accomplish, J"
the maximum of woik. we are learning: V -V , " 1 . " m.
iv i (lion t nave any piace to iock ya
"Why didn't ye put up
o I could get out of
'.I"' .,n.. infirmity and bereavement with matl.Hup me.-clf
m on ifaoers won i meet nan i n .. 4. . i . . i ... .
concessions granted by railroad execu- cniatlcs .h gohjrn rule. It ra.p-re-
tives. The general impression, how.;lu,re " ,l ' H rl ' r,?t
i.r. ,' i.i ' r.. . thousand dollars l:e insun.nce. L.ut
to comply with any demands made.
it is ju.-t the obligation which each
Harding invited the steel magnates
at a White House dinner; but nothing
is missing yet.
Announcing the Winners
in the "Nash Delicious Coffee"
Fairview Accepts Chal
lenge for Tug-of-War
From Pleasant Hill
The Fairview local Farmers' Union
has accepted the challenge of the
l'leasant Hill union hurled via the
Herald to the entile county. The c n
test is slated to take place at the
i'ourth of Julv celebration at Alliance.
The Pleasant' Hill team, headed by
William Abrams, is reported to have
ii crew composed of men wei-rhing
over 2'H) pounds. No definite dope
is available tin the Fairview g.-ng,
but they evidently know what they
t-an do when they accept th erii iilenre
of soih a team as the Pleasant Pill
clow. The number of men on the
team, method of pulling, etc., will be
urranged later, when the two teams
ett together. Let's go.
Thev have appropriated $rti0,fn0 to
catch war grafter.-. That's about 10
cents per grafter. New .-paper Filter
Hcsers Will Arrive
Saturday for the
Legion Boxing Show
The battlers. who will take part in
the legion's boxing show at the Koof
Garden, July 4, w ill arrive f ruiay
niuht or Saturday morning and will
work out Saturday at the Armory,
where anyone who wishes may watch
them. Gilmove and Flynn, the prin
ciples, will arrive Saturday and will
work out sometime that afternoon.
Rattlini? Anderson, who will mix with
Smiling Dotson in the pemi-winaup
will be watched with interest by the
local fans, who want to see how tough
n man Dotson will have to take on.
The local scrappers, Dotson, O Con
nor and Forine have been working out
at the Armory for some time. They are
all getting into splendid condition, and
will nut un the best that is in them.
O'Connor is how completely over the
eye trouble that kept him participating
in the last show, when he was slated
to box "Cowboy ' yland.
Fight manager George Madsen an
nounces that the advance ticket sale is
far beyond that of any previous fight,
and that he beleives that this show
will draw the largest attendence of
any so far. He beleives that this is
oiisilv the best show vet Dut on, al
though each of the previous shows has
pleased the fans greatly.
Tennis Courts Being
" Worked On For
The courts of the Alliance tennis
club are now being put into t.hape H.r
use during the city tournament, to be
plaved about the middle of Aug.it.
The couit. since the last rain, has b(en
dragged, leveled, and generally worked
over pto ut them in the best sbr.re.
Some clav is being hauled in to fill a
few low spots which have d'-veloped
since the completion of the 'ourt last
soring. The courts are nmong tne
be-t in this part of the state, and : n
effort will be mak' to hiing ihe wes
tern Nebra.-ka tournament here next
year, becau.-e of this.
Why did she divorce Jack?"
"We!!, she was his fourth wife and
she got thinking perhaps his other
three wives hadn't divorced him for
1. Elizabeth Kelley, Gd. Forks, N. D.
2. John J. Cleland, Norfolk, Neb.
3. Mrs. E. G. Worden, Ecwiston, Mont.
1. K. II. Keith, Glasgow, M;:it.
Helen Jeddeloh, Gd. Forks. X. I).
6. Mrs. Albe rt Hell, Devils Lrke, X. D.
7. Catherine liyan, Aberdeen. S. P.
8. Lucile Seibert, Williston, N. D. 60S0 words
9. Dorothy I. Deschner, Ipswich, S. D. 6023 words
10. Marie E. Cr.hill, Norbeck, S. I). 5971 words
11. Mrs. J. M. Craiff, Kearney, Neb. 5831 words
12. K. fi. Williams, Watertown, S. D. 5S01 words
13. Mrs. Martha Jennings, Mobridp:c, S. D. 5717 words
1 1. Madeline Johnson, Fisher, Minn. 5718 words
A. P. Guykendahl, Aberdeen, S. D. 5717
Three disinterested people of the highest chara?ler and standing, selected from the University
and High School teachers, were the judges. They awarded the prizes as above,
crediting each correct word, decks will be mailed on July 1st.
.Thousands of others were rewarded by the
f- rlisroverv of a new and greater coffee J
deliciousness and satisfaction in
Have you tried it yet? If not, you're denying yourself
the ftillest measure of coffee enjoyment
- Truly, coffee-making has been revolu
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last word in coffee blending a blend of
selected altitude grown coffees a blend
based on exhuastive studies and tests
a blend so nicely balanced that it neutralizes
! hard or alkaline water and makes a smooth,
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you use hard or soft water. It takes the gamble
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Only a few of the thousands of offerings from cof
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Unusual care is also exercised in every step of
roasting, steel-cutting, air-cleaning and packing this
perfected blend. It's always the same.
No chaff or coffee dust no bitterness.
Its crispy, "hot roasted" freshness is retained in the
hermetically sealed, moisture-proof container.
At your grocers in one and three-pound containers.
, Try it for breakfast tomorrow.
Nash Coffee Company
1330 Quincy St. N. E. Minneapolis, Minn.
III JliMI lit ! W""
Ever Staged in Western Nebraska Comes July Fourth, at the Roof Garden
THIS IS THE MAIN GO
DUDE GILMORE, of Casper
JOE (WOP) FLYNN, of Denver
30 ROUNDS OF BOXINfc
ADMISSION Ringside $2.00; General $1.50
Battling Jean TItomas vs. Lloyd Dotson
The First Lady Iioxing Event ever held in Nebraska