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HIE ALLIANCE HERALD, TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1921.
FIVE Judge Folsom' Theft" Bjr MURIEL BLAIR ' Floyd Irwin, lb New Methodist Church Will Cost Much Less rr i. ii n i i lampneii, e Than the Estimates k: v ..... i Kii.K Roi.b nr, 31 0 1 Total .... 15 8 BaDtiMs r u Campbell, r 1 S 1. 1 l 0 r u .i p.adi ik ( The buiiainsr fommittee of the Mh-; Wvnn Nobbing lb 211111111110 odii-t church o. th s city, r.nw enured Homiir ss 1 in supervising tin; contru tion of the Grace'cf "o new idlfke in this ritv for that len im-. ThompronjT"!!"!!--- nation, has receded a number f Gfc;j KwLbins vf . o l"i'BHm surprises nr pasi aK 01 T,.tii1 . . . - 2 u IS any mistake in i ., ,. , v deciding to ahead with the const imp- ! sinumrj i wt n. ..- .1 41.- il.. Lr.l. ... Vf W Ij I I mi. .i.iit mi- i r i.ifmi, nun Ki-'is. ...,,.. . . nmnn I It will be possible,, the ctwmitt IW Ipg nM unci vcrti itbo'it to cns 1111 rr-rf I -1 r.r i nf n.lii.1.t'D - " ' ' i n r V "IU lkw 11. l . , . , Cfk It hrr :no n I .A iiiirinh4 4hn t nt.v flat liuildit z, Suil;ily t'ie trill i lu.. 1 " . ' i Fl . , . I . .. ... I I i.i . .1 tllltllll lllll IM'l IIIUKC I'm mu, iiniunx IM r Comi'MliOil I? ofii, lsln rn I.Hi k it.to H e utiltl us If ali li.ul fin .i.f u'li mnu thlnjf. Tale rnre. there 1" stuu.ed a vo!-e fillii) wiili u arm, iim ll.t; old in:in nb stm tetl'y .( from Hie r.irb alin tin In 'h:Ii of a .- ruing bj- tOItlllliI( 'i lie ; f nVer v:i nn rtMelic ,,',c Mini. His wtiniliiK mine too late, but liU 4;v v s.twi s'ii'i.IIii'i. lie urn. 'e h suit-rli dash. Just in time lie Ir if the lni oi illcil until hack, tint riitl.er rudely IimI.iii '. ''Are you Ini.t, Jud:e Folamii?" ar.r-Ioh-.It Inquired ti neitrhhor, rusluiig up :o I In spot. .Mulfc'e 1'olsoni .Tudice Hiram Pol poi.i?"' n.i.U, tlie yomij; man quick!, toivlilng liis liiU rourteotisly. "'riiHt Is Jiiy n:nne," r-i ied the o'd mini with .i quid dignity that well le mi.'e tlie eat-eworti tint finely Intel lecMial ffli e. "I musi tluiiik ou ut ly. I loM my -tiiiijrliter. Marcia. I whs grovvinjj old and v.irvle8 and Ubc- f 'Use siiecLcr fcifclied. The face of his auditor showed a synnuithetl.. nature thinks, to save a Kiibstantinl num ot ..n,.sll"n., the t stl mutes for the building. B " jtit't To bem'n with, the lumbrr bill will 1 be only a little over hulf of what they had expected to pay. Lumber co ts have deri r: -d an averape of 40 J er : cent ott this sprint's j.iiet;. And! there are oIpt rrf'uction-, r.otr.b?; in ' the cost of the labor, which will" r-ot , only figure up about half what it 1 wolud have cast la.t year, but the i workmen these days have u hustle en, j which means a lot more. j One interesting comparison of build- j ' injr cost now and a year apo is ?een in the cost of buijdinp the basement. Last year the church parsonaRe 'a.s ' built. There was only ninety-three cu bic yards of excavation for the parson age ba.sement. The excavation for the church buildir.g amounted to nearly ten times that for the parronage 1,100 cubic yards. Yet the building committee has checked up its costs and finds that this year the basement with 1,100 cubic yards of excavation cost only ?20 more then thct of ihe parsonage a year Ego, 3 3 2 COO 2 333 2 331 THIS WILL ASTONISH ALLIANCE PEOPLE .Tbe (u;clt action of simple witch hazel, hydraistis, camphor, etc., as m!::cd in Lrivopt'.k eye wa.'h, will sur price Alliance people. One gill with weak, strained eyes was belied by a single application. Her mother could hardly .sew or read because of eye pains. In one week she too was bene fited. We guarantee a small lollle oi Lavcq tik to help ANY CASK weak. I strain. .1 or inflamed eyes. Aluminum eye cut KRKB. Fred K. HolFten, F. J. Brcnnan and Harry Thiele, druggists. ' T-2 Deprived of the toddy, they Intro luce the toddle. Youth will be served! It? factory rate. The foundation work is all completed and work of laying the I pressed brick and the tile partitions has been going on for several days. Methodists Win First Game for Season in Sunday School League All the dopesters who have been saying that the Methodists would fin ally come to the front ns ioon as they got their teamwork to working are vindicated. The Methodists trounced the Baptists, 15 to 2. last evening, which moves them up from the bottom of the percentage column. Now they're on a par with the Baptists as tail-end contenders, 'lhursday tne uapusis piay the Presbyterians. Game called at ,J p. m. . . t Box score for Monday's game: Methodists r h e Arthur Lunn, p 2 I 2 Walker, cf ' 3 1 2 Fern Gribble, ss 3 2 ,1 Herman Liedloff, 3b 2 1 2 Parker Davis, c 1 2 1 Frank Shepherd, 2b 0 1 2 Ellsworth Ralls, rf 2 0 1 Clifford Gregory If I 0 0 3 i lie had noticed a few moment's prevb The committee has saved additional oils Hie laueu geutuity or miner mm money on ine construction uy paw unii daughter. No one could help but ob- jing a home firm, the Newberry Hard Berve Marcia Folsotn. I ware company. The out-of-town bid Now she came hurrying, pale nnd on the steel conduction work for the Dreat,,les, from the house having .Mgt tftffirTf caught some fleeting rumor of her fa- $ The ,owest b;d for ftoM Mmm titer's peril. Mhe glided fo bis side ming amounte j to $5000, and it is and viewed gratefully the young man, relieved that a saving of several thou wuo bad drawn a mealed letter from fianj dollars will be made by fubsti lils pocket. Ituting artificial stone made from white "1 was looking for your home," ex-'cement. Newberry's will plan the plained the young man. "I am the heating arrangements and build private secretary of Judge Warner, the furnace, as far as possible, here in He is to be here In a few days, snd the .their shops, and will still further aug- rovernment district Judges who were . me tne sav'n' . . !! ,11 L ..k a i,.tf The work is progressing at a satis- twenty years ago, before he became governor, are to give him a banquet. 1 came on In advance of him. He ex pressed a special wish that yon, bis oldest friend, should be at the ban quet. I deliver to you the Invitation as an honored guest, and his letter to you." With a quiver of the Hp the words came slowly: "I thank you, sir, but 1 have retired from all judicial and social functions." "Father no !" the fair girl placed loving hand on the old man's arm. "Sir," to the messenger, "my father ccepts your kind Invitation with pleasure." Perclval Ward lwed as though to some honored Lear and bis loyal Cor delia. Mrcla led her father gently Into the ' liouse anl to tnelnree bare but neat rooms they occupied. She hid from htm the fact that the hiring of a dress suit took all her little 11111118 cash. It wanned the heart of the old Judge, that first hour at the banquet, where cherished friends he had not Keen for years vied with one another to howrhlro honor. He fingered his nap kin nervously, almost stealthily, under cover of a toast. When the group had adjourned to the hotel parlor. Its tiro piietbr approached him as he stood lu a secluded corner. "Judge Folsom," he spoke In a low undertone, "you must forgive me, but set of nut picks are missing from ihe table. -I know your circumstances, sir; 1 am your friend; 1 will gladlr assist you, but please return the articles quietly, and nothing shall be enld about it." Astounded, In amazement, then In absolute horror, the old man drew up to his fullest height. Into his noble face rushed the suppressed emotions f years. He sprang at lb speaker. "You dare!" be choked out "you dare lo accuse me of a theft?" My dear Folsom!" cried the aston ished Governor Warner, arriving at the acene, "what In the world does this nieBn?" The hotel keeper tried to explain, while ihe governor held the Ktruggllng 1 Judge. He claimed that a servant bad neen the Judjje secret something In Ids hoKom. Down went the slliered head. The ' fare of the Jiidx grew ashen. Con fession, guilt seemed written In his face. Then he drew a napkin from bis breast and handed it lo bis ac cuser. As It opened, llfre wbowed oh, Ihe pity of It ! a few dulnt'es from the fevial hoard. At that mo ment a servant arrived lo breathlessly Inform his einploer thai Ihe mis-sing arlieles bad been found. "Oh. m.v friend!" nohl.eil ihe ireat Uroii" 11111 11 beside ihe Jiulj:e, not un til tonight lid I know of your eotidi thin. A noble iheit! Heaven eeitiiin y broiit-ht this about, that I shoii'd learn how, out of my great s!re. I yn share with you. who slaried me mi my career you, who hae been a hero, a martyr !" "I cannot cannot accept charily," faltered .linle I'oImiiii. "And you flutll not. !o, 'ecp f.r the last night under the liiiint.lt roof that Is honored by your pre-ence !" It va IVrclval Ward who conveyed to .Imlge Folsom the next morning a delh-nle loan and a life appointment us ne. relary of ihe ureal national law library. It Ww4 IVrehal Ward who. one week Inter, offered his love and fortune to the loyal daughter of man to whom peace and happins had come at lakt lu full and oti'flAiiig nr. VVVSiKlEliJ iXNci G AR ETTEAf SIB lllll Hill iw 1- Ancw size package I Teh for 10c. Very convenient. -Dealers carry both; lOforlOc; 20for20c. It's toasted. ft Off Mmatmm " SS Printing Safeguards Your Money Protect your cash not only with bolts and bars and banks but with businesslike printed v forms and records for every transaction you undertake. We can show you a paper wnxt Paper that betrays erasure and prevent fraudulent ) teration of your checks, notes, drafts and receipt. For letterheads and general printed forms we use and 4 recommend a standard paper ' BJ3 that we know will give you satisfaction. 1 MEM LINCOLN SEPTEMBER 4-5-6-7-8-9 A , NEBRASKA'S GREATEST EXPOSITION . DEPICTING .- ' 1 ' THE FINEST V ... LIVESTOCK-A6RICULTURE-HORTICULTURE "DOMESTIC EXHIBITS. 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