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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, FRIDAY, AUGUST 5th, 1921.
Clji M'txxtc Hcralb vcnn rnimiNa co.. onfi Vtnrd at Ih pontofflce t Allinr Nb for tranamlialn through tha vku a.a noconrl claaa matter. 1'ubliabvd KiMatlar and KflUay. IfJTCOnOB I IUKH. JH Kdltor fcOWIN M. HI' It It t!uainra Mgr. Official n'par of tba City of Slltnc; otTUrial tiewapaptr of Bt utt County. Otrm.d and publinhrd by The Hurr Wtattnc Company. OeorR U Uurr, Jr PTMldont; Kdwm VL Uurr, Vlco l'rea WoAt. BLACK- .SOX ACQU1TTKP Tbe Chicago "Black" Sox basrball Manila ha finally dragged it." way through the courts. Tuenlay night a Jury' at Chicago found the .cv n play er, some of whom had admitted that they had occcpted money to "throw" the 'world' scries and that they had dliered the goods, innocent 'of the charge of conspiracy, and they will jro free. The most painful of all 6can dais is at an end. The public will be more relieved than the guilty player. Courts are somewhat eccentric, and We given to making: peculiar rulings. Thin proclivity either vexes or pleases tho public, according to its feelings concerning the case in question. Thup, in Dox Dutte county, a man must be down and qut, and deud to the world, to be drunk. In Hamilton county, it doesn't make any difference whether he can meve a finger or wiggle his toea-r-that telltale breath is about all that, is reeded to convict. Nebraska citiiens waij loudly over the release of Tom Matters from federal prison It -an ouWage. Nebraska fans wdl feci',' secretly pleased that even the blackest of the "Black" Sox will not fcavi to serve a term in the pniten- Jar. ! . . I his instructions to the Jury, the trial judge-said that the state , must prove that it waa the intent of, the aeven players and others, who were , ' . '.,!. ,v charged with conspiracy through the throwing of the 1919 world a series, to defraud the public and not merely to throw baseball games. The jury held that this had not been done1 by the ( prosecution. Probably there wasn't a one of these jurors but who' knew ac-j ntp nf monev lost throueh the treachery of those seven public idols. Tlie jury couldn't brinK in a verdict of guilty, that's the reul truth of the I wan un.on prop.ems. matter. It wasn't that they didn't. ,f 0 ne?d a fur QJ. (uf kave contempt for the players who plcce this 8cason made the national game crooked but ,Mt o examine the Rarmonts that their love for the game itself Lhown at iht FMnn sCollV a... triumphed. Just suppose that Santa CLaua should, after centuries of giv ifcg toys to children, turn thief, and instead of bringing tys' down; the chimney should take advantage of the truit in which he is held tb enter We and take.away toys. , We do not think that a jury cpd bo found ,wha would convict the patron saint vi... Knur Ktrontr the; evidence 'was against him. Tb. jurors would remember that for years them. be had made men, women and chil- J The little daughter, Doris Elizabeth, dren happier, and they'd let him go. -of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Campbell who S in the case of the Keven crooked SZ baseball players, the jurors let their exited. memories vote for them, and fans all Miss Beulah Athey is spending the over the country will feel better about week at her brother's home in Alii- it and forget the unpleasantness much an?' , , . , . . A . . . . . : tru;- a Tne Hopkins school di.-;tr.ct has a quicker than they would I if Ldd.e Ci-;nice iarffe ncw barn built on the corn oottt, Chick Gandil or Buck weaver of the fchool grounds. This is a great were doing time. It really hurt the improvement to the school ground ap faiiB as much to see these men sell c? The barn was bui,t by J theon out as it would hurt the smallest, Tne!lence of George Osborne is child to know that Santa Claus had R0)nfir up fasti jjy expect tne buiit,. turned villain. And now, plca.e hcav- ing to be ready for occupancy by the Ment. first of September. M, vo.i v.b'w- I ITS RESOLUTION TIME. -w. .. ctt. fWfitinn at labor is one more In the limelight,! sjvt for the next two or three-, day. those in the seats of the mighty may vell tremble, for man knoweth not! where the next blow may siriKe. nr -v.uvo VH hvumV wt UIS mvniu in state federation is not always right, J ve iirawwi The new house on the Hopkin's but it is always 'nteresting. ft 'ranch is now competed nd the two The writer has sat through three or familjes Hopkins und Blanchard have four state federation conventions, once movej jnt0 jt ua a reporter and at leust twice as al The Jolly Neighbors' club met at delegate. He realizes, of course, that the home of Mrs. I- A. Wanek on the delegates do not really represent Thursday, July 2d. The subject was Nebraska labor unionism. Nine out of "Canning", but having a visitor with " ,r lonvated us' we set asule regular work and Un of the se conv er. tio is are donvattM jstencd o a intrestinjr talk on by a Lttle handful of men. and the thft Wfrk of th(i Cmldl.cn.s Home b rest of the delegates vote like sheep Miss jjinnie Gilbert. The club was led by the bell-wether. 1 his same about the only conveiu.on v .k ... ers the world its oyster ami counts 11-, pell compcicnv iu wuiw vrvi any subject under the sun. Thus, among the fir.t tlay's resolu- 1 tions comes one denouncing Governor, iwlvie and-the membirs of, the ol commission for employing a,)ervi.se the conduction state cupit a New York the new state house. Ihe mam fbjoc - tion seems to be that Mr. Bertram Goodhue the architect, lives in New. York city, and this his salary will be commensurate with the task that faces him. Men who work with their hands never look kindly upon the man who is paid for his knowledge, unless he u underpaid. This prejudice makes reso lutions of this kind go through as though the tracks were greased. Another resolution indicates the veal wurce of the objection. The fedeia- thing is probably true or mosi con- woric ami imemi 10 loilow some or her ventions. The regrettable uspect is ' "urgestions. The hostess served an , , .? nt isiuir ia elegant luncheon, that the state federat.on of lU.r s 15 i.unninr Wllt(t. Vurmm- ,, Hon objects to the tate letting a con tract for the revised statutes to a Missouri firm. It is plain to be seen that these resolutions are a 'pecies of patriotism. The delegates think that home industry fhould be patronized. And to it i-houtd, when ft can deliver the goods. At the time the cnpitol commission began its work, it Ftaged a competi tion among architects of nationwide reputation. The ten preliminary le rigns for a stutehoue gave them an opportunity for selection that tio Ne braska architect could have furnished. A plan was chosen that has won com mendation from all parts of the United Str.tcs. The choice of an outside architect may be taken as a slap at Nebraska, but why should it be regarded in that light? Nebraska Is a great and glor ious state, and it has some remarkable talent within its borders, along any line. But it has been' nearly half a century since Nebraska built a state house or any building of that magni tude. Nebraska architects are almost wholly without experience. One who has lived in Lincoln, and has gone through the present building, can note the errors of construction that made the old structure unsafe in its later years. " In spending this amount of money, it is well to be sure, and the only way to be certain that the design that would be accepted should in every way be worthy was to call on ar chitects who have had experience in designing public buildings. It is a fine thing, this spirit of state loyalty or community loyalty, but it can be carried to absurd lengths. As well might the state federation of labor resolve that Nebraskans shall rend no poetry save that from the pen of Nebraska poets, no fiction save that by Nebraska writers, or no books save those printed in the state. Ne bragka nas pome splendid writers, but ncr citizens ore entitled to the best if they want it. Architecture has rightly a place anlong the arts, and in the building tyf a ntatehou.se tht shall stand for" years the Capitol commission d' well to make the competition na- tionwide, -and to select the de- Mgn that n the.r judgment best re- presented the spirit of the west, fitaie fwration ,eadcrs RnouM on,y iBteijrent criticism j construcUve, and the delegates will rf0 we lo f or motives in the men who introduce resolutions. In the past, far too cften the men who have led the federation nnd dominated its con- ventionr have been playing political 'Karnes, nnd have used the delegates to J furth: that have not been! t f , T- . 2 .. count. running hater. Mrs. A they was an Alliance visitor. BT " ? yttle . Bernadine Marshall . had a siege of the measles while at her grandmother's dace nnd sinr Mr Jfl1 .tf i?0? M icu Minrl. rClk. .ML. VI 1 l children's home of Omaha, but whose ..m ..ii.t.,v uiiuri, vi nip it'orasKa headquarters is at Alliance, was a 'XT. inr owser nome , Mra :...J(es of Ansey u vjsitinjr at the home of her brother. A. P. Gor- don. S. P.tanchard was called to Desi very much pleased with her ami her . , their n.ular moetint, juiv20 As soon Rs lne busines8 metinp was .over ir.c comnuiiee cr me social even ing. Mis. 1 Myer and Mrs. Athey, provided an evening of entertainment, In the potato race Mr. W'eitobal and Mr. Hopkins were the winners, the ; P to be given after lunch, which 1 SJ,mlwicbes and ire tea was enjoyed by a Mr Ii;tyne the ufrM Traveler, Kave a short talk to the members of the farmers Union. miuie iiiiiiuiiani is nome from attending the summer school at Chadron. No aches and pains from wash day when Ihe wife uses a Na tional electric washing machine. It takes the drudgery from the housewife's most disagreeable task. Khcin Hardware. 72 CHIMES BAPTIST CHURCH. The B. U. P. U. held a pleasant as well as profitable meeting last Sun day evening. After a devotional per iod those who went on the Black Hill? trip got up and gave an account of the trip as they saw it. To say that it was interesting falls short of It. Kaeh testified to a good time. It is hoped that many such pleasant trips will be taken in the future. . The Sunday school was again small last week. Let us get busy and turn out better as we run not hnno tn a large average if we leave matters run oown 100 mucn in tne summer. Let us shake off this sleeping sicknesf and awake, and do somethmc t-ouiu worth while. The nastor's claen now bocinn: the study of the tablernacle and its lumiiure. yuiie an interest. is being manifested by the young people. An effort is hMntr mario tn maof obligation at the bank and it is hoped io arcompiisn mis Dy mis time next wee, i-t us an ao our best. Preachine as usual in the mnmincr also communion. In the evening we worship at the Presbyterian church in the unon mretimr. Mr. FnW .;ii fleliver the message. - The rmetr lreac:hes at the Haccrman crrnv in the afternoon, Friday at Angora and perhaps in the evening also. li. J. MINOKT, Pastor. CHURCH OF CHRIST. "Heaven's Marchinc Orrfera.V Vn subject for the morning service. , Pre- ceaing me sermon tne communion service will be observed. The table is spread each Lord's Day in memory of Him who gave his life on the cross for our sins. The-evening service will be held at the Presbyterian church. The minister will nrp.irh from th, ,.k. ject, "What Think Ye of Christ?" Let us mane me services, during August, the best of the summeif worship. We shall be nrivilpiriv! tn hav TlrnOi.. ...I i - - r- - wv.. . mm Sister Hannan with us, in, about two weens, iney always bring a helpful message to the home folk. Tuesday evenincr. Aucrunt Ifi. ic'tVta time for our Sunday School , picnic we are expecting to have a great time in the Pfirlr nn that nt citm Ta best to build up the 'attendance and it will help to make the picnic a success. i ne mia-weeK meeting of the church will be held at the rhurch each Wed nesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Come to the church with a message and a welcome. S. J. EPLER, Minister. METHODIST CHURCH. Morning services will be he'd at the usual hours. The pastor will be at home and will preach at the eleven o clock worship period. The evening union service will be held at the Pres byterian church, and Rev. Epler will be the preacher. Work on the new church is still pro gressing rapidly. While no showini to speak of has been made this .week in me way ot an upward climb, a great deal has been don. The artificial rtone blocks made with' white cement for the trimming have been made,at the rate of fifteen or twenty a day, and a good deal has been rinri in mctmir tk. lvm coW air rftirt for'thevheating. plant. : We plan to have the cornerstone laying on Sunday, August 28. This stone i being donated by the Paine Fishburn firs nit Wti-Vc.nf r.yoA tr land, of which Al Witrar is h I representative. The loeah Masons live been invitd tft haw charge of the cere monies and Ave have juct received word that Bishop Stuntz will be present to mnke the speech. ' You Want Something Appetizing? Ilot weather sometimes, nakes us want for a change of food. Why not let us suggest something different that will please you. GROCERIES AND MEATS roili:-.g Meat, per lb 13c and 10c Roasts. j:11 kinds per lb 18c SANITARY MARKET Simpson and Wheeler 120 W. 3rd Phone 40 ,.-,.a 7y .e bo ' GUARDIAN APPOINTED. County Judge Tash Wednesday morning appointed guardicn for Joe Dam ky, ivmg near Hemingford . Dan sky is feeble-minded, according to Judge Tash's decision. The judge gave him a mental test and found him un able to give his own age or add small figures. The court appointed John Jelinek of Hemingford guardian. Dan tky has a fair amount of property, some of which is now in the hands of the court. If you need a fur set or fur Diece this comintr senenn AnnU neglect to examine the garments I A . I . . r. . Miuwn a 1 me rasnion nop a Au gust fur sale. There is 25 dis. count. 72 WHCN MARCH WINDS I BRING RAIN AND SLEET FIND COMFORT I N THE - CHOICEST MEAT The March winds either sing or howl according to the mood you're in. If you eat the meats that we so politely sell the March winds will be whispering to you a happy message of the Springtime to come. FANCY SPRINGS Bacon 30c and up Pot Roasts, 17'2c All Kinds of Cold Meats Home Made Bologna, Watch for Mr. Happy Party. THE MODEL i MARKET 116 WEST 4TH PHONE f-V MR. HAPPY 1 ReaBy f or- IWfc? Have You Got Everything You Need to Do Your Harvest Work Well We are putting on an Extra Special Sale of Seasonable Work 'Clothes. This sale coming right now in the height of the season should interest every fellow who is going to need a pair of shoes for Fall or other work clothing. Aren't MULE SKIN SHOES at $2.25 A Good Line of WORK TROUSERS ' at $2.48 A Good WORK HOSE 2 pairs for 25c E. 308 Box Butte Avenue U2 Have you looked over the of fcr-ing of fur at the Fashion Shop during their August sale? 25 off on the choicest garments you will see this season. 72 One Alliance woman tried to prevent her husband from buy ing her a National Vacuum Elec tric washer, but now she says she would not take $1,000 for it. It takes away all the aches and pains from washing. See Rhein's. At Your SER VICE Model Cleaners, Dyers and Tailors In every sense the Model Cleaners are capable of carry ing out all your requirements. Here are a few reasons why we claim to be the The Best Cleaners, Pressers and Tailors in Alliance First We have had twenty-two years' experience in the dry cleaning and tailoring business. Second We are the only cleaners in Alliance that have a real tailor, of long experience, making men's and wom en's new work, in charge of our alteration and re pairing department. Third We have a dressmaker of long experience in charge, of ladies' dresses and light garments to repair, alter, ' and make over to suit you. Fourth A Hoffman Sanitary steam press covers every inch of all garments pressed It is impossible to bum or scratch a garment with this press. Scorching or . glossing garments is a common fault with so many, of the smaller, and poorly equipped cleaners. Fifth Deliveries on promised schedule. We make our de liveries when promised, as thjs is one of the strong est features on which we have built our business. . Sixth We carry the famous line of Bruner Woolens, the best obtainable. Men's Suits Made to Order $35 and Up MODEL Cleaners & Tailors Phone 18 "We Call These Prices WHEAT HARVEST ELKSKIN SHOES $3.65 BIB OVERALLS 2!?0 Denim, the big kind, union made, at $1.69 Discontinued Lines of LINEN COLLARS 15c each 2 for 25c -These Are Only a Few of our Go Lain "Modern Clothes For Men A beautiful new fur piece or fur set will enhance the beauty of your fall costume. Why not take advantage now of the pre season discount of 25 at the Fashion Shop. 72 No aches and pains from wash day when the wife uses a Na tional electric washing machine. It takes the drudgery from the housewife's most disagreeaUe task. Rhein Hardware. 72 203 Box Butte and Deliver" Right? HAY MEADOW BLUCHERS at $4.65 . ; , Balbriggan UNION SUITS 98c Athletic Style 98c Blue and Red B A N 1) ANAS 3 for 25c Bargains Phone Us And We'll Deliver It 1 , 1