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TllF. ALLIANCK HERALD, FRIDAY. AUGUST 19, 1021.
FIVE tag . c epfr AWI'.M. RUT UY HCMC 'the annual ii'tnV i'' the Alliance Koti.ry cl..o v.'ii- h.i l Wednesday eve ning m a .-rp,;il cove in the I", k. Hai !';:in. civ i.nd onc-bidf tiillrs r.orMieust o.' Alr;i;.ie. Hie c.uh tut -liisluil the tntlt-p, w.iiuts. a tub full of 1 oast. rr i.iid a il.iy.cii Inure w at( i i'U Icti. , uh'ic ll.o Kotai iiin lade-.- lent 1 1 ,nt I tiif o'.Iiit e- .-'enti.ils for t;:::?T; icric dinner. '1'hr time hi i re the sapper hour was taken it with a lia.-e'tfTil flattie, u.-ine; h soft hall, in vhiih the two oppo.-itiK' sides battle I fui ou ly until the call of the el nnev hum put an end to the ftiUKtle. All details of the frame have hern emleied suppressed by the authorities. Following ih'- dinner, se'id- v, re in ranted around the ear pfire and for sen hour or more the u-ud Kotary mhics luruhed tlu- entertainment. These iiluded two r tl.rer news ones !roi tiht all the way fiom K!inhuih, Kce.thuiel. hy I'resuii lit C. U. Matle. All ff them were worth bringing h-ek. The pimic w as i minei'ed by I'iv ident hi!ile and the Auuru t enter tainivitifr' .u u.ip, e or. -'.-tir.tr of V.. 1. Mallery, chairman; H. A. Cop ey, H. I Cou'rscy nnd l. C. Rraiihury. The Rotary cluh has taken a vaca tion during August, the only other wheduled meetint? being slated for August 31. It will he a short busi ness session. The little Misses Mahle Barton tnd Contia Kdwards, who entertaineil the audience at the Imperial theatre Wed nesday evening, are planning to make an extensive tour of the east with their dancing act, on the 1'artages 'utag if all arrangements can he made. This summer they have been making the smaller tows in this part of the country, and have met with continued success wherever they went. Miss Kdythe Williams of Alliance, who h IIS l)tl d considerable experience as an aesthetic dancer, has been in structing the young couple, and will accompany them on their dancing tour. They hope to be able to start within a few weeks, and will go to St Fnul and Minneapolis, Minn., to commence their career. Mr. and Mrs. James S. Wallace of j Lincoln and Mr. and Mrs. Clay Bacon,! of Crab Orchard, stopped oil r i nlay on their way to Denver on an automo bile trip which will last three weeks. They plan to visit Colorado Springs, Boulder, and other Colorado points of interest. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace will be remembered by many Alliance peo ple as former residents. Mrs. Wal lace, formerly Miss Klda Bacon, was at one time principal of Kmerson school. Mr. Wallace called on the The Herald office, and told us of his rise in the printing world. He has iuit active journeyman work at the printing trade, and last semester ac cepted the position of head instructor of printing in Lincoln high school. Mrs. B. G. Beckwith and Miss Irene Rice entertained. a number of their friends Wednesday evening at the home of the latter. The evening was spent playing Monte Carlo whist. Those invited were Mesdames Vivian Hall, M. A. Dickinson, Aubrey Young, P. C. MacDonald of Minneapolis, C. M. Reed of Altamont, Kas., E. V. O'Keefe, Dewey Donovan, W. L. O'Keefe, Lee Farmer, George Madsen, Harry Sims, George Mintzer, R. L. Johnstone, Clar ence Schafer, William Ostenberg of Scottsbluff, Harry Brew, Ethel Churchill, and E. V. Black, and the Misses Esta Smith of Lincoln, Matilda and Julia Frankle, Mabel Young. Te resa O'Donald and Teresa Morrow. FRAZIER-KATEN Fred Frazier and Miss Hazel Katen were married at the Farrish house Wednesday morning at 7 o'clock, the Rev. Father Manning officiating. The briele wore a brown traveling suit ami brown hat and was attended by Mrs. Charles Root, her sister. Charles Root acted as the best man. Imme diately after the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the I ome of the bride, attended by a few close frienels and relatives. The Odd Fellows are planning to hold a picnic at Ash Grove, better known as Purinton's grove, on Labor elav, September 5. All Odd Fellows, Re'bekahs, Encampment and Canton members with their families are re questeel to meet at th 1. O. O. F. ha! at eleven o'rlcck, and all are assured of a wav to go. The fried chicken dinner to be furnished by the ladies will lie at 12:30 after which the after noon will be spent in various amuse ments lasting until evening. .Mr. anii mis. josepn imiv, daughte r, Emma, of Orel. Neb., par ents and sister of Coach F. C. Fnnce, ai rived in Alliance Ihursetay to mane him a visit. They drove as far as Bridgeport but left their car in that city and came the balance of the way by train, not wanting to plow through our sand hill roads. Mr. and Mrs. Prince expect to return Saturday. Miss Vlma, the ten-year-old daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Lee of Berea, underwent on operation at St. Joseph's hospital Friday morning for removal of her tonsils. Miss Lee at last reports was coming from the in fluence of the anesthetic, and appar ently will make a quick return to nor mal health. Mrs. Jestde Wellman who has been .... i iv .tautrVttpr ff,r visaing neie --- the summer, left Thursday for Los Angele.-, Calif., where tne win uh her home. F G. Gourlev, division superinten dent of the C. B. Q- is spending a few days this week at Mystic, S. D. T. imr.sK TODAY. The Alliance Country e!;.i is hold'rj: open l:i'U e th!.-. aftri iun and evenini', i.r.d a nuiilcr of the memlnis aie tal :nn adv -nt: ;ve of the occasion to cu te i tun their Alliance friends at the cluh hou-e. There will he a el:,r,'-e this even:iur it ! n'edock, with the IM waveis' on hestra. UlTl.liR -DALY Alva A. Ratier of IN.ekv f.nt. Wyo. and Miss Rerlhoe Daly 'of Was ten. Wyo., were married by Jueljre T;.-li Wednesday morning: at 1 1 ;(() a. m. Mr. Rutler is a rancher and Miss Daly is a school-teacher. Thev left for North I'latte .where they w ill xisit relatives. ' The H hie school of tile Christian chinch held a picnic at the city park Tussday evenins'. There were idiout tluee hundred present, and after n ha ..ehail game between the old men and the young men in which th" '! men were beaten 11 to tl, they all en jojed the splendid picnic lunih at seven o'clock. , II. S. Marshall of the Builington valuation department went through Alliance1 Thur.'day, on his way to Dead wood. Mr. Mar-hall and some government men are making a final clunk on the valuation of the Burling ton system. Thev expect to spend about two days in Deudwood and then go on west. Frank Bauer, Sr.. returned from a th't weeks' visit with his son-in-law, J. K. Johnston, at Whitman, Neb. Mr. Johnston has been very ill for the past six months, but is reported as getting along splendidly now. C. J. Rousseau of l'hoenix, Ariz., arrived in Alliance the hrst of the week to join his wife in a visit with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Buw im:n. Mrs. Rousseau and son, Keith, have been spending the summer here. Mrs. K. J. Stearns left Tuesday for Deadwood to visit her husband who was seriously injured sometime ago in a motor car wreck in the Black Hills. Mr. Sterns expects to accompany his wife home Sunday. Lee Moore, Charley Do Moss, F. M. De Moss, Charley Gross and father went fishing at the Elmore dam Wed nesday. Rev. S. .1. Epler and daughter, Irene, visited Mitchell Sunday and Monday. There's Beauty in the New Fall Hats Sunebn evening Rev. l'pler preached t the Sunflower school house, one of the fine-t consolidated country biiji ?cheols in the state. Dr. V.. K. Miller, father of True Ml; ler and old time resident of Alliance,' is making a is't in the city after' spending several weeks in Sidney and (ering. V. A. lbmh and family returned, fiom their lomc-tead near (Jlenrocl;. Wyo.. to spend the winter here. Mi. Rurch is a rircm;n on the Hui lin;,tei ; Mi'rsland spent the day in Allianc (Wednesday w th Mr. and Mrs. Tn; -j Miller. I Mrs. Charles I'urdy of I Mgenioi.t ' who has been i.itng friend- and rel;;- tie here retu: ncd to her home '1 hur.--d::y. Mr., and Mi-. F. M. De.Vo--s o' (irand l a .-, Mo., are vi.-iting at the home of J. V. DcMo s of this city. Mr. nnd Mrs. .lohn Horn of Rethany, Neb., are vhitinir at the home of then i daughter, Mis. Stephen J. Fpler. Mrs. K. C. Drake spent a few das at the R. M. (.laiwood home this wee!.. Slvli-.Ii (Jiiur'iam. Chambray, IVicalo and Cta-sh Dresses for school and perrral wear. All sizes and shades S1.2'.. 7 Hig!.;.tr.ii-l!oHovay Co. City Councii Refuses to Re-issuc License to Alliance Billiard Parlor The city council Thursday evening refused to re-issue the license neces sary to the operation of the Alliance Billiard l'arlor. After a long and argu mentative session with the council, in which Attorney Burton did his level best to secure the permit to conduct the billiard and pool business at their, location, 117 Box Butte avenue, the" session was adjourned with the li cense ungranted. Immediately upon his arrest in con nection wilh the receiving of stolen goods, Chris Yallns, former proprietor of the Alliance Billiard l'arlor, sold his interest in the establishment to Messrs. Ruhis and .eras. This sale of the business automatically cancelled the license. It was then up to the new proprietors to secure a new one, and this they have so far been unable to do. Their chances of getting a li cense would see'm mighty slim, inas much as City Manager Kemmish is willing tei he quoted as saying that the place will not receive a license m long as the present eiwneMs retain posses-.-ion. The pool hall is operated in connee--tion with a lunch counteT and this part of the establishment was closed for three elays during the1 fore part eif the We could use adjective after adjective describing the new Headwcar for Autumn service, but we do not believe we could do justice to these marvelous creations. Kvery hat in this establish men t is designed and executed with the utmost care and skill . Anl you will always find what is smart and new in millinery is here. Our selection is unusually vjood and we invite you to call and see them. And equally us interesting- are the lowered prices for :he new ser.son considerably lower than a year a.',ro. McVicker's Millinery "Style -Plus-Qualitr Stores week, nt the order of the rtate food in- spector who gave them tlnee days to I clean the place up. They followed his f instructions with alacrity and have ' I I I . . . I. . 1 , in I'll ousj as iiruvri fi inaxinjr me 'place conform more clone ly with the ' ideas of state fwd inspector' , with re ' Hard to cleanliness. k. Minor Morris Is New Commander of the Alliance Legion Post Dr. Minor Morris was un.iniiuou ;ly elected ceimmamler of Alliance1 post No. 7, American lV'iein, at tlu- nieet mg he'ld at tin1 Fein Garden eif the Alliance1 hotel at p. m. Thursday. I we it. -tive legionnaire's were' present following the Usual elinner and army ongs, tlie1 annual elect em of oil'icers feel, p::cc. Other eill'.eers i-L. .-. u lie : Yieo Comnviiiiler D. C. Rradh try. Treasurer J. A. Johan imi. Kitulie Committee Eelwi;1 Buir, W. L. O Kee'e, Jack Kane, 1.1 i.'e.u don, Ueeoiie Burr. Delegates tel the state com edition 1 1. C. Bradbury and Dr. Minor Morris. Ihe convention will be held lit Fre mont the latter part of September. The oll'ice1 of post adjutant is ap pointive, and Dr. Morris has not yet announced why will fill the place1. A committee eif three was appoint ed, consisting of W. L. O'Keefe, Geo. I.. Burr and D. C. Bradbury, to draft i c solutions commending the1 work eif De.m J. J. Dixon, former member of the po t, who resigned wlun he left th" city to accept a pastorate in Wyoming. Dean Dixon worked hard and faithfully in building up the post and putting it on its feet after several months of comparative inactiity. Following the election eif oll'icers, Dr. Minor Morris explained the1 work of the seiuadron of veterans' bureau officials who will be in Alliance Sep tember a, (i and 7, to settle as many claims of ex-soldiers as possible. The po. t will make u special effort to have every man in thi.-t part of the stale present during emu of these three lavs. Stylish (iinghnm, Chambray, Percale and Crash Dresses for school and general wear. AH vizes and shades $1.29. 76 Ilighland-IIolloway Co. Baseball in Alliance Has Great Difficulty In Holding Together At the Wednesday night meeting of the baseball fans in the chamber ef commerce rooms, it was decided tei di -continue1 further activities this sea son. The old association lu.-t week is ic ported to have1 bee-n willing to let the organization go by default, but some of the1 old stand by leaders who hated to see the association die, attempted to revive it in the WYdne Mlay night inee ting. According to the liest informaf'on we ran get, the old association i in de bte'd to different e-ti bli' hments in the city to the ONti'nt of approxi mately $17.V0O, together with some $SO war t: -l unpaid. The attempt to rev-ui i e'e t an an or ganization from the a.1 Ins of the e!d was unsuccessful. The 1 epresentatives of the plajers who were pie sent at i.hc meet inc.,' expressed the sentiments of their fellows when they !e!ieoil some lentuneriitiein would be due them for further playing. The ei'heis felt that it w :is impovMble to naUe the project a siu'coss in the face of e oiaht ions, and the mee ting broi.e up at m arly mid-i night w ithout an oi t; nii.,.t ion being effected. j A Real Business Chance in Alliance for a Live Wire Business Man! Two railroad mem benight an Elect! ik Maul Rake Shop equip ment for a small town in Wis consin. They are ope-rnting and making real mone y, w it bout hav ing known a thing about the bakery business. Others are doing it in other citie.-e. You have the same chance right here. A rash bus'ness; no charges; no il i veri -1! ; your profits in the till every night. Everyone who eati is your customer. W supply all equipment and full in!V: mation. Write or Wire Today for full particulars cm Elect rik Maiel Hake Shops. Act now to obtain exclusive territory for Alliance. ELECTItlK-MAlD BAKE SHOPS 321 Cedar St. St. Paul, Minn. t CIFTS TH AT LAST "3 J The fashionable wedding ring has carved on it an orange blossom or other design symbolic of matrimony. The beauty of these leads many wom en to have their plain band lings made over in the new style. We do this carving with care rind skill. The original color and engraving are preserved, for the ring is the same gold it always was. Or if you wish, it can be overlaid with white gold or platinum. We will gladly give an estimate on making over your wedding ring. The cost is very reasonable. r Making Writing Easy Anywhere You'll find you can do a lot of work or corres pondence in a cool, com fortable spot if you have a good fountain pen. It makes writing easy any where. When traveling, it is a convenience that puts much more satisfaction into the trip whether it is business or pleasure. C.et a Waterman. It is the liest ink writing in strument made and there's a point and style in it that will Miit you ex actly. Come in and pick it out. $25 to $38. We also tarry a complete lines of Kvei sharp. THIELE 'S The S:or With a Gu.nailie Wuhrtl Rti t The ohl association has not ex pressed itself with regard to the man- i ner of meeting its obligation, but will 1 undoubtedly evolve n plan within thn next lew elays l rat will rai.-e inc small amount they leek, to make ends nvet. WHAT'S THE ARGUMENT? When it comes rijrht down to fY.ets, I don't believe there is ;.ny arvunicnt. Of course, there is a chjwiee of sonione thinkino; differ ent. l!ut when it corfies to thinking, that yets us noth ing. NcKleclintj your car, by not keeping it properly greased and tightened, gets you, or me nothing. I have proven to 75 per cent of car owners in Alliance that it is cheaper to wear out grease than metal. My service proposition gives you a place to have your car properly taken care of without paying garage prices. 1 can give you more service for less money, and if you r.v? rt sali5!ied. and 1 fail to satisfy you, 1 charge nothing. I 1 bring your car in and I'll prove what 1 claim. AL'S AUTO SERVICE Ilctwccn Drake Hotel and the Iilkn I tub. We Make Over Wedding Rings $2.50 Down Take home, this Victrola $2.50 Each pay day, pays for it. Just call 12 and we will deliver it for you. ,