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Till: ALLIANCE. HERALD. TUESDAY, AFCFST 23, 1021.
rrvH T H 'EEL m jg-te United States Senate Puts Kibosh on the J n hind to promise Mnwr to the pro ! !e on the ruiuh, who, not knowing i Lewis' condition, concluded from his jxtion.- that hp was demented. omn Tiv N?:Jcnn"rt , Khrriir Millar went out to the ranrh oldiniJ lcl. llUlballcC iil.out !:.'10 p. m.. accompanied l.v Chief dto Z.imzow left VoinL'tv for Fond-! Mond.iv aftrrroon for Denver rr,t uu-i.tc, his., 'oni.wiii, receipt 01 a 1 v o orato j-pi ns. Altci a 8hoi t i i !,., V, - P . I U ... " 1.. ..L- ..'II ...j .11 it,.im i.un u - ji.iiu-r vwi . vi i'.i.iy f ,ne w.u n iurn 10 ner nomc jd ill and that no hope., were entertuinid lor hi lecovory. 'iliis morning a f-ec-ond wire was received, which lrojht the nsws tint V.'ihiam Zar.naw hid I'.issfd away. Death resulted from a scries of accidents. Some days a-o. the older Mr. Kauzow suTeied a h:.d fall, injuring his ueciv. The day iol low:ng he wa. seized with !i?7.inr and tell from a waton on . hieh he was riding. He retrained con.;cijus- r.es. and pot up on trie wagon aa n, ; only to fall the i-tcond time, tie was taken to his hoi.ie and i.ever cj.ained fon.-clou.-noss. VVinfiel.l, Kansas John Williams eirct.- to leave j-oine tine this week for Detroit, where he will attend the reunion ot the Thirty second rfivi.Von, composed of Michigan , aiut ..-coi.s.n troo;rs. Arcordini: to some of the reports. Henry Ford has offered to take upon himself the enter tainment of the visitors during their I stay in the city. Mr. Williams ex pects to have a most pleasant trip, re ncwing old army acquaintances. Mr. and Mrs. W A. Kcmmi.-h and family, (larland Hakc.r, Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Hampton and daughter, Dorothv, Miss Kuhn, Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Cour ey, Mr. and Mrs. True Miller, daugh ter Mattte and Edwin M. Durr drove to A pate in four automobiles. Sunday and spent the day examining the fos h collection of Captain Cook and in H. L. Wright received a telegram last Friday morning tell np him ot the death of his mother at Jericho Spring, Mo. There are two other .ens, one in St. Louis and one in Wa. hincton. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Ci.rcy, G2:i Chey enne avenue, entertained Mr. and Mrs. Ld ODonnell and the Misses Hose looking over the oil well beinp drilled j Carlson and Tere.-a ODonnell at di;i- n that locality. A tiasket r.nner vas r.tr r it. lay evening, a feature of the outinp. Ilod C.I Thomas and Mr. Wood overtook the party on the road and helped pilot it over the sandhill roads. Kenneth R. Hamilton, who recently resipned his position as manager of the Alliance National store, passed through the city Monday on his way to Boulder, Col., v. here he has accepted the position of manager of the Cash Store, one of a chain of grocery Ktores operating in Colorado. Mr. Hamilton intended, on leaving Alii tsnce, to go to Kansas City, but chang ed his mind en route and until Satur day was manager of the Kresge store at Lincoln. Mr. Hamilton visited a number of Alliance friends Monday. Greydon Nichols of Chadron, who has been spending a few weeks in l'enver, returned to Chadron Sunday, .'topping for a few hours' visit with friends in Alliance. i Mr. and Mrs. H. Hirst and Frank Hirst are li.-ted among those who made the ascent of Tike's peak via the co;: railway on Friday of la.-t week. William Williams of Cheyenne, is in Alliance visiting his brother, Joe Wil liams of the Times force. He expects to locate in the city. J. A. Luttrell left Monday noon for North Flatte, where he will make ar rangements to move his family. Mr. Luttrell is in the employ of the Inter national Harvester company and has; received a merited promotion. ile tias made his headquarters in Alliance during the past twelve years, 's a member o fthe T. F. A. and several fraternal societies and has a laiye cir cle of friends who will rejoice in his pood fortune and regret his depart ure from the city. Mrs. A. G. Smart entertained Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carlson and Mr. and Mrs. George L. Burr, Jr., at dinner Saturday evening. Mrs. Kenneth Mohrm.m entertained at a six o'clock dinner Frid-iv evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. DeMcss of Grand Pass, Mo. Besides the hoi or guests", those present were, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. DeMoss, Mr. tin I Mrs. C. H. Jor.es and son, Charley. The t .Lle was decorated with a beautifi.l center piece of nasturtiums. A meeting of the guardians of the Feveral Alliance Camp'tircs has been called for 2 :! p. r.i. this afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fred Carlson. At this meeting several matters connect ed with the recent Hot Springs camp ing trip will he discus-ed, and plans for the future work of the Campfire will be made. Saturday, August 1C, at South Bend, Washington, occurred the marriage of Miss Delia Mae Reed to Mr. Joe E. Edwards. They will have their home Kt Klipsan Beach, Wa.-hington. Mrs. Edwards will be remembered by her many friends here as former county superintendent. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Highland, Mrs. Hollowav, Mr. and Mrs. William Nei mn, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Drake. Miss Mardel Drake, and Mildred Pate mo tored out to Charles Johnson's place rortheast of town Sunday, where they ere served to a splendid chicken dinner. R. Lowell Austin and Mrs. Florence L. Toms, both of Omaha were manied by Judge Tash at the court hou.-e Monday afternoon. Lee Strong and Seth Joder left Monday for a camping trip in the Black Hills. They expect to be gone about a week. J. W. Books and family of Chadron, who have been on a trip to different parts of Colorado, returned to Chad ion Saturday. Miss Mamie Collins and Po.-.ily Beach were the guests of Dr. .id Mrs. M. J. Baskin at the Country club Fri day nilit. The tanip tr. nuisance, the pro-; posa! that each check issued in the I'nited States bear a two-cent revenue stamp, ha Ik en defeated in the federal senate. A number of the bankers of. the country, a.- well as the business ' men, have intt letted themselves in the ! !'n;ht to defeat this plan, and their ef- ' forts- were successful. S. B. Wriaht. cashier of the Guar ! dii.n State l ank, wrote to all Nebraska representatives and senators protest-i ing auain.-t the nuisarce, and he has j received word from all of them that ; the ways ar. l i iej.ns committee of the i -enatc did not look with favor on thej plan. Their letter'- weie all along the I -ai ie line. Tht Utter of W. P. Kin-1 kaid follows: ' "1 am today in receipt of your es-! it emeu iavor ot the loth inst. pro u-.-iing against th h -tiers and N is lit Oil icer St dwell, nnd brought liwis to Alliance, vvlieie he was released. He t Id the officers thnt he was suffering from epilepsy, but that he had not told anyone at the ranch that he was a sufferer from Ihis d sease, because the knowledge would diminish his chances for employment. He didn't blame the people at the )"imh for concluding that lv was crazy. They became frightened when he began to yell, frothed at the mouth and otherwise deported himself. Automobile Speeder Was Doubly JinxcJ on Sunday Evening Someone mii-t have put n double ' jinx on the trail of Charles Sisley of I il . I" 1 . II' t . t 1 A I iiirs cm v iMintiay. rsii oiMoy hum jui ' fif.tm- t i m- r i till tint lit ui u ! ii o i placing a two tent .-tampan checks. i'WiC l?c naa 1 ,CK ln:'1 ' ,H M:ilcin, n ,,..n... i . ..i..i ,lu, have under normal .otidittons, if, ...... .... . ' i. iii'id there isn t anyone t I lami for i...in B...v. wil .Mil villll.ll tillt'HII.e not contain any the raising of been agreed upon doc ueh provis.on for taxes. "Btvt wishes. Very cordially vours, W. P. Kinkaid." "This will certainly be a relief to the pi.blic in general to know that they can send checks to all parts of the United States with out putting on a revenue . tamp and to know that con gress has defeated such a nuisance as it would only tend to keep a portion of money out of circulation," Mr. Wright told a lr;ul reporter. Shipment of Stock Is Now On, But Run It Not Very Heavy it. Sunday evening, Sisley v. liding in his automobile, and he c:v,w to a good street anil let the car have a little gas, just for the fun of it. That was all right lots of good drivers take a chance now and then. l!i misfortune was that he cpoo .e the wrong street to do it, for right in" the block where he put his foot mi the accelerator, Chief J offers his hi- iesi denee. The chief saw the peodior car headed his way, and stepped out to where he could see the number. Mr. Sisley then had another Irt of mis foitune, for he lost momentary control of the steering gear, and hit ilu curb ing with a jolt that smashed a front wheel and fender. Then Chief .(offers stepped up ami placed hi n uitlei ar- I ! The shipment of livestock to the Omaha and Kansas City markets has I been on in Box Butte and neighboring ! counties for over a week. Due to the' abundant rains this summer, the range has been excellent and there is abun- j dant grass to feed the stock. Pros- pects for a splendid crop of hay are substantiated bv the results from the cutting, whith began last week. Reports from the ranges indicate' that the livestock run from northwest j . i i i ii' : . . . .. ' AenrasKa ami v yoming is noi so heavv thi? vear as in other years, and that even though it will be brisk for a time, it may not last quite so long. Several stock trains have passed through Alliance the past week, and a larger number are booked for next week. Cars have been rushed to the cattle country .lo that the demand by j H lilt." s iiwij utr iiici. vwtnuui. in.- u 'ay-. ... . A good might into the way western H live stock raisers regard present cattle j U conditions is given by the messnge one ' h rancher .-ent to an Omaha commission . 11 I IMPERIAL TONIGHT DOROTHY (JISH "FLYING PAT" An Airplane Romance. Comedy "ALFALFA LOVK' Admission, lO-.'JOc. WEDNESDAY 24th. 4 Mrs. 11. M. Wheeler and son spent the week-end in Alliance on their way to Clifton, Col., where they will make thoir home. George D. Darling nnd family r.c comtv.uiied by R. K. McKenzie and family motored to Hot Springs Wed nesday. H. A. Ward and wife left Saturday by auto for a two weeks' visit with relatives at Omaha and other eastern points. firm this week, he wired, ' ing with ten car;; of cattle- me. 'Am com- ( -pray for Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carlson enter tained Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Biuce and family of Rushville at dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. L. Michael were in the city Saturday on business. They left Saturday night for Thedford, Neb. Among Alliance people who enjoyed a fi.-h-ing trip to Burke's Lake in the Sandhills Sunday, were Mr. and Mr?. B. W. Keach, Mrs. Ida Rett.-, l.u'u Benson, Dorothy Coyner, Mrs. E. Bel hhaw. George Be!.haw, John Moxon anl N. W. Worley. Clay Harry, local manager of the Northwestern Bel! Telephone cumpuny arrived in Alliance Monday morning tfter a two weeks' vacation spent at Omaha and on a camping trip at Kiverview Park, near Central City, with his family. The Misses Ztlma Sm;th and Mar garet Klingaman, teachers at Aotioch who have been spending the summer o;i the former's home tead near (;!--r- Wvo .. returnee to AliVoell t' re- no, sume their there. duties in the puljl.u .-i hool.- Ed Henry lind family. Mr. and Mrs. Wibl.le, Mrs. J. J. Phillips and son, Fred, spent Sunday in Hot Springs. Brakeman Roy Howard and wife were called to Pawnee City, Neb., by the death oi.Mrs. Howard's father. Ralph Joder arrived in Alliance Sun :y morning from Umatilla, Ore., for visit with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Condi: wer- the Harvest Hand Alarms Neighborhood With 1 An Epileptic Fit Bert Lewis of Blair, Neb., who has been employed at the Charles Odell ranch, a few miles southwest of Alli ance, for the past few weeks, suc ceeding in pretty thoroughly alarm ng the residents of that neighborhood la.-t Friday afternoon and evening. Sheriff J. W. Miller and Deputy Tom Miski men were in Bridgeport, attending a road meeting, and there was no one AN R-C SPLTIAL Pauline Frederick -IN "SLAVES OF VANITY" Comedy "TIIK IMC SHOW" Admission, lO-.'JOc. THURSDAY, 23th. LEAH IiAlRI) "CYNTHIA OF THE MINUTE" Jimmy Aubrey, in "THE-HACK YARD" Admission, 10-.'U)c 8 guc.-ts of Mr. and Mrs. A. (J. Friday night at the Country isai'.c-lub. M's Frnnees Collins and mother turned Sunday ioni a two vvel s" c; f ar. ttip to Cedar Rapids, la. re- va- There's a Conductor J. II. Chapman left f' f. vv weeks v isit with vt latives at Paul and Minneapolis, M:iui. St. Mr. !'i'd V. Charles Scott.-blu'l' visitd a pait of at the hoi.ie of Jack Motien. last Wei r. . Miss Florence Bruce, who taugh.t 'ast year in the Kearney schools, is inpniiioir two weeks in Alliance with her si.-ter, Mrs. Fred Carlson. Miss- Bruce has acctpien a posiiton ai Moore, Mont., the coming school year. Conductor M. E. Johr.son 1 urday for Payetf, Idaho, for months' vi-it with his .-on. 'ft Sat a three Conductor R. F. Reider has !a;d of for the hut ten ihiys on aciount of i bad ca-e of hay fever. Mr and Mrs. Earl D. Mallery left Monday morning by automobile for Denver on a week's trip. Bruce Mal lery came in from the ranch and is in charge of the store during the absence of the head of the firm. Miss Corine Moare of Antiorh spent the week-end in Alliance with Mi.-s Dorothv KeynohN. Mr. i nd Mrs. Mo-es Wright have returned from an ctendeil auto tiip through Kansas. Dr. Jenson of Newman Grove arriv ed in Alliance Monday for a weeks' visit at the home of C. W. Grassman. His son, Russell, who has been speed ing the summer with the (jvantunV, will return with him. Mrs. F. M. DeMoss, Mr. W. DoMo.-s. Mrs. Kenneth A. C. McConnahay Hay Spring.-, weic in day on bu.--ine-s. and family of the city Satur-1 Mrs. Je.-sie Wellman left Friday for Eos Angeles, where .-he will make her home. R. E. McKenzie left for vacation at Svlvun Lake. Mr. and un.l Mrs. .1 Mohrman, Mesrs. t name i ro.-s. Frank Hunt, Charlie DeMoss and (alii Mr. and Mrs. II. S. v.-i,.i-,i rmno.-el a naitv that spent Hit Snrir.gs Sunday. Sunday in Hot Springs. a ten days Moorish went to Mrs. Flora E. Jones who has been visiting with her son, E. K. Jones, left Coin and wheat are growing ju.-t f.s energetically as if they w re coming to a gi)verntaent-f.cd price. Long 'Winter Ahead Nature gives the squirrel a heavy winter coat. Instinct makes him store up food. Hut YOU must look out for yourself. Have you a savings account? This bank offers complete facilities for all your banking needs. Convenient hours, convenient lo cation and absolute safety. We pay 5 per cent. The First National Bank Alliance, Nebraska rest, to appear in police court Monday. Police Judge L. A. Berry, when Sis ley entered a plea of guilty, n--e. srd a fine of $J5 and costs again' t him, which was paid. The judge warned the speeder that ff he came up il sec ond time on the same otVcnse, the fine would be the limit $100. Mr. Sisley expressed his intention of never com ing up .'main, and the incident will be clo til when the repair bills are paid. Over in London they am teaching women politico (. r here they do not seem to need to b? taught. There are iill communities in which the heij-ht of society gaiety a rcpier erded by choir practice night. Indications s thut tht? ?ea on of depression will c it the sucker crop in half this year. ( " i 4 GIFTS THAT LAST YOU AND YOUR WATCH 's u u r a l'vorv day you must cat and sleep if you expect to do your share of the day's work, not to Jay down on the job to rest for a few minutes every now and then. The same ppplies to your watch. If you expect it to run nnd keep good time all the time you must keep it in pood condition. It should be cleaned and oiled at proper intervals at least every 18 months for men's watches, and 9 to 12 months for bracelet watches. If you drop or jar your watch, even if it continues to run, brin? it in for examination. Having it regu lated every few months is a very wise policy if you want to be certain of accurate timekeeping prformance. You will lie money ahead if you take .advantage of our repair service. Mid-Week Specials at Thiete's TOOTH UliUSHKS, 3c r.nd ."Oc size, special KOATAUY LINEN STATIONERY, .")0c grade, special POZZONTS FACE TOWDEH, ()."e grade, special FLAKE HIT, (Any Color) VELVETINA MASSAGE CREAM, special KEWT1E TALCUM, $1.00 size, special TINT EX DYE, (Any color) ....24c ....29c ....39c ....25c 39c ....49c 9c THIELE'S The Sjiv W.ih a Cm-ruts '.:'mt R i T.:-t Children Look Neat When their dress is completed with or.e of our Children's Tarns or School Hats. We have tip. ciully nice line of these popular and altogether servkvi-.ble lams. Rring the children in ;tnd ask them to .c:rCt their favorite. Fall Lines of Millinery are now here, and we especially urge you to corr.e in and see our display. All the latest ideas that are shown for fall are awaiting your visit to this store. FASHION SHOP Millinery Department.