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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, TUESDAY, AUGUST 16. 1921.
THREE KAN DOM SHOTS Within a week after the conductor of this column intimated that the Heminpford Ledger was immune from co!yunmis, it nas started a department that if this is an actual happening, it's a record all our own. Anyway, Alliance ain't proud. Umpires Durk and Schnablc. The visitors threw many bouquets at Messrs Ruik and Schnable because of the escellent work they did as um- lii re j of tl,tt c cIm iL- a ,1 ........ : il. :.. u., it labeled "Short Stops," which is proof '"5? individual was stamlinp: in fiont the day's program. About fifty cou rositive that even .trone men cannot of n lr' Roods More, looking at the pies participated nnd the PeMolay escape epidemics. i window display. He turned around visitor. were given the place of honor. i nriti kiwi rpn v in jin a mnrp mn n i- vrci onr miuir u na nit-n vnpi in iiie who was waiting for a bootlegger: "lh0!-e white shoes and perforated un derwear," he remarked, waving his hand toward the window, "thev're to- ing to have to drag 'em in some of tnese uays. However, after reading Editor Vance's solemn conclusion that the Hay Springs mystery must be a gray Avhale, we are inclined to th'nk that a column written by him will be inter esting reading. More power to his elbow. Incidentally, this is an official tip to Sheriff Miller to look out for illicit .stills. The finding of a gray whale in an alkaline lake reminds us very -strongly of the old days when strong men u.-ed to see pink antelopes with lurple spots perched on their bedposts. A bootlegger that will sell that sort of stuff is no gentleman, that's all we can say. Do you remember, five or six years 3igo, about the famous tire lizards that 'Tom Majors discovered down near Peru? Thev used to live on automo bile tires, and would eat them l ight off the car. They liked Ford tires better than others one of the them made a :jiice meal. Wasn't it L. C. T. vyho first con ceived the idea that bootleggers were training the sandhill cranes to assist them in plying their nefarious traffic? Our own opinion is that this lake nonster is a hellydid, and that it .comes from the River of Doubt- occasion bv a four piece orchestra, comprising Frankl. n lenl, v alter; Burk, Christy Melville and Mel Ather tcn. The guests were loud in their hi-nlcAa nf !! rntinfnt nrrorded them by the local order and expressed j a wish that they soon meet again. Some of the visitors departed for Alli ance on I'o. 41 Wednesday night, while other j waited over for the morning tta;n. See the School Dresses shown for $1.29, at Highland-HoIIoway Co. Alliance DeMolay Team Koyally hntertained by Broken Bow Boys TM- - 1 t a 1 . of the Alliance chapter of DeMolay, t to the full extent of the law. 74-82p .1 i. i i a. r i r iv. 1 i t f rrw o NOTICKl No trespassing will be permitted on the following described property: South half of section 34, township 2.i north, range 4.", west of the sixth P. t nil In Rnv Tlntttt rnuntv. KchrAS- ka. All trespassers will be prosecuted Si Smart says: "Women are like automobiles some of them are .chummy roadsters, and others are merely runabouts:" Old Story. "I've a terrible toothache and want something to cure it," said the man with the pink shirt. "Vm, .lnn't tippA' anv medicine, de clared his friend. "I had one the other day and my wife kissed me and con- ..U.l ma until it WPtlt entirely away UICU 111- V v - "Whv don't you try getting ridof it that way?" ' A ., "That's a good idea. Is your wife at home 7 TV-lav Rpst Storv. This latest story has jut leaked out on Dr. Slagle while on his trip across the Atlantic to the international nov .nniwntlnn. A certain lady ap peared very curious, she would stroll the deck for hours at a.time and about ks fvth iiv out-the tloctor noticed LUC ...... . - . her actions and approached -her ana inqu'red what she was looking for, and he replied that it was her life's desire to see a whale. "But, madam," the doctor asked her v.,ti imnutioiitlv. "whv are vou so .mi" f too n whnli? "You know," ?he replied kindly, "my desire in life is to tee, a wnaie uiuu ter, It must be very impressive jtp -WatCll UCn an eiiuimuu.7 uvi... "i The Lincoln Star tells the remark, vi- on nrrpil woman, an in- valid for years, who regained- health, strength and "courage by tending a flock of. poultry. Only six years of the treatment were needed to restore her health. Shucks! There are men who need only the sight of a chicken to work all these wonders I Tejuvenation. and in less than ten min utes, at that. The Passing Show "My dear, she's a perfect cat. Why, you were hardly out of sight before he " . "It's a splendid movie. I saw it out an California the winter before la?t." "Just let it turn cold for t-n hour and it will frost tonight, as are as fate." , "No, we haven't got a Chancellor in the house. We ordered five thou sand of them over a week ago md non-lit tn hp. here bv mormng. sure. Ever try one of these CVomgo Puros? ' , . . "I got this black eye by be;ng thrown against the top of the or." hem! nf him until the very last hole, when I made one bud shot and it lost me the matcn. "Tiiev KopApA a Sontr Bird in Ilea ven, So God Took Caruo Away." Latest song hit on itie ic. We. wpvpn't referrinir to Al's optic lie really got his discoloration that way. He s got witnesses, too. Wnmnn fliscussintT a f l ien i s new period furniture: "It has Queen Anne legs, oil right but I thintc mey aie King George -feet. Judge Ta.-h was tel'ing alout the double disaster tne oinnr eici .iv, when both A. S. Mote nl Tom Mis- into th-? same litch. "Reminds me of the story or the two drunks," the ju lee said. "One of them was lying in the Uer. too noviirstp. Trie other i 'Weln tne out. O'a niao.ia.i the man in the irutter 'Can't do it. ol' man, replied the other. 'I'm too far cone to help you, but tell you what Ul tio i u iay ua with you. TUie is vnurhpil for as a true story, i Hi' ' - ' , . V... mct tnn crnoil to be true. A . f V. a nl.lon Pill woman came mi" V.V....I.. . tstore ine omci ... - pair of plain kid oxfords. She had mther an odd-shaped hoof, and the talesman was unable to get a pair that would fit it to her satisfaction. 'Madam," the clerk said respectfully, 'would vou like to look at the e sport oxfords?" The woman roe with of fended dignitv. "Sir," she said, freezinglv, "I'll have you to under stand that I am not that sort of a woman. Ana oui .-ne v-uir-u. Still, vou can believe almost any thine after thot story of the sand h.irhplor thirty-five years out wh IihiI rover seen a woman in his life his whole life. But a woman who don't know all about the styles all we gotta say 1 which played at Broken Bow last Wed nesday, were loyally entertained in that city, despite the fact that they were defeated in baseball. The Custer fViuntv Chief trivpa tho fnllowinir ac count of the day's casualties and fes tivities: The Broken Bow DeMolay base ball i tnnm .(PtoitPil thf A linnCP DP.llO AV team Wednesday at the Haeberle ball park by the score ot 16 to i. a crown of 300 dyed in the wool base ball fans witnessed the eame'as "the '"store closed for two hours. The game start ed riirht on the dot of 4 and was over by six, the boys playinsr a good fast article of base ball. Broken Bow started out as if they would slaughtei the Alliance boys, scoring four runs in ttio first inninir nnd hittino" the ball hard, which with errors on the Alli ance boys part gave the locals a good lead, but the Alliance boys crept up from behind and -cave the locals a scare in the last few innings. Smith did the hurling lor uroKen uow wnn Scott on the receiving end and they got along good, while Garvin was on the mound for the Alliance boys with Butler receiving nis sianis. uarvin oi Alliance made the only home run for the game. The Alliance second base man, Edwards; put Up the best game of ball seen here for some time and has the makings of a real ball player. One of the odd happenings of the game was the fact that Smith batted five times and every time up he hit to the second baseman who threw him out at first each time. A return game has been arranged between the locals and Alliance to be played at Alliance the -last of the month.. The Alliance "boys had to use a few substitute a3 Pome 'of their regular.' could not get away for the game. Besides the re gular players who were in the game the following boys accompanied their team but were not used in the game: Rehder, Romiger, Gavin and Cross. C. G. REEDES. The line up: Alliance Garvin, p. -Cross, ss Pu'. c. ' Edwards, 2b. Jones, lb Irwin. 3b Joder, If Grassman, rf. Aiiionro finn inn ?.nn t Broken Bow"420 250 lOx 13 lotteries Alliance: uarvin and Butler. Broken Bow: F. Smtih and Scott and Gardner. Scorekeeper: L. J. Haeberle. Everyone FlroKen Bow I. Gardner, ss-c. Hogg, 2b. ' Scott, c-'ef. Real, lb W. Gardiner, cf Neth, cf Welsh, If Smith, p- ; Varm?v, 3b-FS. 1 H. Haeberle, 3b Whitman, rf. IMPERIAL TONIGHT BILUE BURKE IX- "THE EDUCATION OF ELIZABETH" . COMEDY "THE WHIZ BANG" WEDNESDAY, 17th "THE FLAME OF HELLGATE" Robertson-Cole Special COMEDY YOU'LL BE SURPRISED ADDED ATTRACTION BARTON & EDWARDS Alliance Girls DANCING Admission, 10 and 30c. 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