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THE AM.IAXCE IlrXAT.P. TIT.SIAY, SEPTEMIIKI; 6, 1021. Fvra " 1 TV' I lur .it 4 l'V'-f. . r 7 ! j t a t L Til"" : K I F . .rf-TV. II llll ! i hi ocie w -T, I 1 rr-?day afternoon at 2:.(t. Mrs. J. ( McCorklo w'll bp the n.ist inir hostess. All inr mlvrs anil f rion Is are invitt to attrm!. rrumc unit ipumc and Kyht rcfioh- mmh wvic snvrd during the rwninfi;. Miss I'c'fn Hewitt, dauphin- of Judtrr jui.i Mrs II. H. Hewitt of AUi iuici and Miss Kloaror Frampton. Univrr..ty of Nebraska pirls who arc travrlir.;: in Austral a v th the Krllrr an troupe, have written aeain. to IJnroln friends of their experiences, wys the Sunday State Journal. They have appeared in Sklnev and on tours through the country,' and when tiiey lat wrote were soon tn n to Adelaide for two weeks. Thpv aie fi joying their life very much and so far have been very fortunate, they say. The younj? ladies testify that they like Miss Kellerman very' much, that she is a very pood "sport," strict as to the conduct of her company, and that she m always practicing: somethinp. They Miy that with the possible exception of Louise Pound she is the hardest worker and does more thinps well than any body they have even known. Resides her diving and swimming, which made nor reputation for her, she walks the wire, toe dances, and sings some. They add that everybody in Sidney seems to like to listen to her accent and that they are getting fun out of every mo ment of their stay. After graduating from the Univer sity Miss Frampton and Miss Hewett were instructors for a year in the physical training department of the Lincoln high school. They are with the Kellerman troupe as eccentric danc ers. As dancers they are pupils if Tortia Swett and Ruth St. Denis. Kiss Frampton is a member of Gam ma Phi Beta and Valykrie. Miss Hewett is a member of Delta Zeta and Valkyrie. Both were prominent in the women's athletic association in the university. They write of the trip across: "While on the boat we got all the thrills of sea-sickness, almost had a collision, with the Sonoma when seven lays out at sea, were initiated into the rites of Neptune's dominion, did our .are for the boat's entertainment, and missed nothing that was going on. We had eight hours in Honolulu and filled every bit of it with sight seeing and enjoyment. We went to the Moana hotel for dinner. It is on the famous beach of Waikiki, and when there we saw the champion girl swim mer whose name is Bleibtrey. In ad dition to a fine American dinner we had the native food, pears, papia, and poi. "Moreover an American college manand two college girls who knew of us through faternity affiliations ap peared and took us about in a car :.nd put us on the boat for the next part of our journey. "Our next landing was at Samoa, We got un early in the morning and watched the sun rii e as we steamed in through the narrows. Pango Ponga is said to b( the inn t beautiful harbor- in the world. It winds up through i-h ir.ount'i-noy islands covered with tr'";. Kach inland has a narrow i.. i ,.u ,..:,!, . ,i i:c:.. 1 V II Willi .' 1 1 t 1 1 I . " i-IMl 1 n i - . irrn: V-mit-: hi liU i :ii';iv in thr-m. 'i , 'v ' . - v. . - .. ... r-ft to one hunt ai d s:w the uirlx the;" nativ dance, th ': a Siva. gene ni.uk, Miss P,dna P. relict. Mrs. Walter Bledsoe. Miss Kthel Grabnn, Miss Lulu Sturgeon. Mrs. Hail Price and Mrs. Sanford Clement. Mr. and Mrs. Clements left Monday noon for Chadr on, wheie they will be at home to friends. Mr. Cements is an in-tiiictor in the Chadvon normal. J. S. Kht-in arnl wife left Sunday ' morn rig via atifoir,.lik for Limo'ii, 1 wheie Mr. Pliei nwill r.tWnd a mrt-j ;r.g of the directors of the Nebraska I!et;.il Hi.rdwaie dealers association. ' Iruy evp(t to vi'it the Innii'v of Lev. ?!r. W:tk. t'orr erlv lr.stor of the First Piesbytrrian crvrch of thi city r:nd now living nt Sin Hon. Ni b., en i onto. Th y will nl viit friends . ti ft. i. ;u ri. simps, r.ir. tii'i 3;rs. linein i prvt to be l ack in Alliance by SumL.y The r gu!ar monthly dinner of A 11' apce po-t No. 7, American Legion, w'll le held at the Fern tiardon of the Al liance hotel at :,'() toniyht. The tin in i.is inide was at one time an AI hance i hoi-o nf thn Mvi.im,.iii "fK-int ..-... t rt.-ident and was employed in the law . ron" will be guests on the occasion, law o.rices of William Mitchell. 'I hr 1fri,m will milled ril?in fir il winter activities, fiivt of wh!ch is a duck dinner and the second n vaude ville performance r.t the Imperial on November 11, Armistice day. The marrince of Oavlnrd Clmci ami Miss Katheryn Baker took place at 3:30 a. m. Monday at the home of Hev. and Mrs. Stephen J. Lpler, the Kev. Mr. Epler officiating. Following the ceremony, the couple caught the early morning train for Deadwood, S. D. where they will spend a shoit honey moon. The groom was manual train ing instructor in the Alliance high school last year, and is nt present em ployed in the W. R. Harper Depart ment store, of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Baker, and lias been employed in Alliance and Denver. Both have many friends in Alliance. On their return, they will be at home to friends at 816 Box Butte avenue. W. C. Mounts, accompanied by his uauitMer ami son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pled.-oe, drove to dhen Hole country and Toirington, Wyo., Sun i-, iu ir .nr. uicusoi' win tile on me irngated land that i to Ire thrown f'l-on to etitry this week. Vr. ami Mrs. W. A. McKune u, s n, Jimmy, S. D., stopx d over in Al liance Sunday on their v;,y to Scotts bluir, whe re Mr. McKune will be m l loyed in the ruiraf fnttory. The The McK uncs mere former iesidints of Alliance. Willinm H. Smith of Fort 1-eavrn-worth, Kn., and Mrs. Flora Mack of Hemingford, Neb., were quietly mar ried at the court house Saturday aft ernoon by Judge Tash. The couple will make their home at the army post at Fort Leavenworth, where, the groom ia n trrwnnl Mrs. Murk will IiiIib The bride is the daughter j wjth her her three children, who have been living on a farm near Heming ford with an uncle. Mr. and ilrs. K. G. Camplell, former residents of Allir.nce, has been elected secretary of the Crete Ai. club, an organization of business girls. The organization meeting was held last Friday evening. The club is a branch of the Lincoln club of the same name, and has mapped out an ambitious pro gram, including a club room, a cottage up the river for summer vacat'ons and occasional dances for those who have no scruples against them. Mrs. Walter Bledsoe entertained her Sunday school class last Thursday evening in honor of three of the girls who are leaving for college, Misses Dorothy Reynolds, who will go to Wes legan, Mary Woolis, who will go to Hastings, and Ruth Stanton who will go to the State Normal at Cha Iron. The evening was spent in playing gimes, and dainty refreshments were strved. W. K. Spencer, vice president of the North Star highway association for Box Butte county, is today attending a meeting of the Morrill county com missioners, at which it is expected a decision Will be reached in regard to the location of a north and south transcontinental highway through thr.t county. H. L. Bushm-U ofg Lance Creek. Wyo., a former old time resident of Hemingford, was in Alliance this last week. He and his wife and little granddaughter have been visiting nt the homes of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mounts and Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Beau mont. They will return to Heming ford and then home Monday. Mw Marie Konrath of Ardmore, S. D., stopped over in Alliance IViihy night for a visit at the Aca lemy. Miss Konrath is on her way home i.fter a two months' vi,it in Canada. W. M. Iodcnce, former Alliance law yer but now on a ranch near Heming tord. his been seriously ill at the Drake hotel since, last Thursday. He is attended by Dr. Wejrrns. Mrs. Mamie Gillispie of lakeside was in Alliance Saturday to consult a doctor regarding her small Fon who broke his arm some time ago. He is reported doing nicely. City Manager N. A. Kemmish and family motored to the state jmrk, near Chadron, Sunday and camped there over night, returning to Alliance Mon day evening. , turned Monday morning from an ex tended trip to the west coast. C. A. Newberry nreompan;cd W. R. Harper on a trip east hut week. Mr. Harper returned SHurdav. Mr. and Mrs-. II. V. Dettemore vent to (lering Saturday and were accom panied home by Mrs. Dettemore's nis ter, Miss Carson, who will attend liich school here. W. B. Harnett, Richard Ale, Miss Ruth Ale, Mrs. Ale and Miss Marie Howe drove to Hot Springs Sunday for i.aoor iay. 1 hey returned Monday evening. A. V.. Ynrter, special agent of the Union Fire Insurance company of Lin coln of which W. J. Hamilton is the local agent, and family arrived in the city last Thursday afternoon. Mr. Yarter intends to make Alliance his headquarters and came to the Herald olTice Friday evening to see if he could find a house for rent. J. C. Nicholson of McCook, Neb., stoped off on his way home from Tor rington, Wyo.. where he has been look ing over the land to le offered at the government land drawing to be held Friday, Sf ptember t. He will spend a few days in Allianve visiting his sister, Miss Frances Nicholson of the Coursey & Miller garage. Miss Susie Frazier, who hns been visiting in the east for some time, ar rived last week for a visit with her sister. Mrs. Al Wiker. She left Sun day for Douglas, Wyo., where she will have charge of institute work for a few weeks before returning to hot work at the Chadron normal. Troop 1 of the Boy scouts will meet The Christian ladies' missionary so ciety will meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Jennie Reed in the Flora apartments, No. 11. I'M ward Moeller and Mrs. Virginia Arnold, both of Thedford, Neb., were married rt the court house this morn ng by County Judge Tah. Fred Cults and Tom Gee left this morning for Torrington, Wyo., to be present at the government land draw ing to be held nxt Friday. J. B. Denton, Al Wiker, Mose Wright and T. H. Barnes went to Henry Thursday for a fishing trip, re turning Sunday. Miss F.lva Hamilton of Denver who . pent th" week-nd with Miss Avis Juder, returned to her home Monday night. Oral Brown and Don and William Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Mead anl - ns i Emerson and Wilbur, of Ashland, Neb., J drove through from Toriincton. Wyo.. j Friday where they have been visiting ; Thursday evening at the armory at i Hyphen -on of Torrington, Wvo., snent relat'vps. Mr. Mead, is i'n unelp ot Geo. D. Darlinrr. Mr. Mad left Sun day on the train for his home, the lest of the party returned to lorringtoii, Monda v. i o clock and ineratiors are re o,uP:'tod to be present. There are a few aei'.nc-t-r. to be fi'led by hoys over fourteen ye:,rt' of age. Thee within;: i to join will report at this tr.eet 'nrc. "oV(h:''y h i:-;, a beai'tiful harbor, i ; different from S:".oa. It h-:..- r.ot t'c mi ft beauty of th' .South Sea i; Ir.nd ' but. is ru'-.'-'od Mai rocky. When , v got off the boar and had re. ;se'ed with olVicia's, v.e wal!;ed down the l i;;' bu-are-s street. Y'o could hardly un Vrt''nd Oif .-'ie-''!-; in the st loots or thi' Fiiy'ish of the people to wl'.oni we s,yke. For cxiuiip'o, the "sinjr'el" of th h-.um'ry l'.-t rove-! to be a shirt or blou. e, a df paitrirt-.t tore is a "draper',," r.r.d "lollies"' is candy. "The first thin.r th Nebraski-.n no tics who entei-s Sydney," wri'e M:ss J'lamolon rrid Mi-s Hewett, "is the t suloons. Every oiher buihl.'ng si ems to bo a saloon and the street nre Vw-i with loafers and intoxicated pople, and beggars. By about six o'clock at night the streets are so full of drunken rwn that it is hardly safe to step oi-t alone. Women unimaginably hoirible haunt the parks and alleys picking up bottles to trade in for drink. Any body who has anything to say ttbout the curtailment of personal liberty by the United States j.-ovrnment could be cured by a stay in Sydney. There were men on the steamship who were native Australian.-, and who crabbed the United States about prohibition when they were on th.' boat. But when they came to Sydney they said they couldn't go buck fast enough; that drink was running the country; that the United States never did a wis er thing than when it prohibited the selling of intoxicants. The tone of an American city like San Francisco is so far shead of that of a city of saloons Tke Sydney that there is no coinpari-cn. The Ladies' Aiiviii.'-iy of th Pre:--ii'vLn eKu'i li will m et at tro home or Mrs. w. r. Vonnts. W:n.'uUv at' t'-veo oVlod-.. 'I'll,- Au"U'l corvr-ttec I will ei.t'-rtain. I'.etnenibrr ii is "Del-i ;.r Pav." The commits e will iave .-oinc thing sj-ecial, and all are ur!;ed to i pie. i. t. The Lndios' Aid of the JI. E. church W'll leiet ;.f the hoi.ie f Mrs. W. P.. The e tr-( h Wed'ie f rien,!- Env.vjrtli Loaf.ni" of ihe v.i'l hold a soei 1 :A th. , (i.iy evening. Ail mi -.!. inviti d to come " d t;. charge of fif'te' ;i '' iiw.ile. Ila rper. .a ramie ar emit 7 -d- Th" ente; t; inn h' i -: i- n iii: 'i r'1 ian !-!: h. entf i t :.1 tV.e bene of The time v;.s 'lit co.nn of iL . incd I'r de' -'tt P h y ra ; M. E. i hur h I - lu.,1 1 I ; i J), , e'nt- the i - ! i r- vrn'i '' ..,'er. the week-end with Dr. Drake. Mrs. Rev. Caldwell and Mrs. E. C. and two nnall d:: ir liters of Ittr-hville. are vi.-it'eg i t the home of their daughter, Mrs. M. C. Smith. .Ce,,l- !). P..rl:pr ;-'.'ai dav, tth1 Market v -e', ri t'lrri"- 1' bo h for th 1 fro. ::st .Cith.i" h't fir C'hadron, and Gorden on a bui .1. V.' not niii;1 bv ;mo ?'"ii.. H.iv Spring:. tl!'. ( r. Mis. J. .1. Vi id .(Di, 'ay, re- NEW PRICES on FORD CARS The new prices on Ford Cars, Trucks effective NOW, are: and Fordson Tractors, Among the entertainments that were given in honor of Mrs. Sanford L. Cle-, ments, formerly Miss Hattie P.enswo'd i of this city, who has been visiting Al- j liance friends, were a k'trhen showed given by the Mioses Mable and Jzola Woriey at the Country club and their i home iast Friday, and a miscellaneous1 shower given by the Misses Avis I Joder and Alta Young at the homo of) the latter on Saturday evening. The Misses Woriey gnve a luncheon nt the Country club in honor of Mrs. Clements, and later the party came to the Woriey home in the city, where the shower took pluce. A pleasirg feature of this entertainment was tho presentation of t'ifts for the kitthen by two colored children, v. ho were in tioihieed as the "Gold Du.-t Twins." Saturday evening, at the Young home, a mi-eellaneous s-bower was helil. The blide was presented by cuih of the g'jests with a card in m ribed with a ver-e, and by follow n'.' directions in the veies the gifts were located in variou-. places scattered all over the houe. The f..l!oA-i:u' was th ueest list for U.ih a. '.'airs: Mi-ses Mable and Izola Worlev, Miss Avis Jodu1, Mis Alta Young, Mrs. Fied Feajjins, Mrs. Eu- li F. 0. 15. Factory Touring1 Car, regular $355.00 Touring1 Car with starter 425.00 Touring Car, with starter, demountable rims . . . 450.00 Runabout regular 325.00 Runabout with stailer 395.00 Runabout with starter, demountable rims 420.00 Sedan 060.00 Coupe 595.00 Truck, demountable rims 445.00 Fordson Tractor (No change in price) G25.C0 (Freight and War Tax Extra) Those )i ices represent the latest reduction in the price of Ford Cars, the third reduction within the lust year, and now otter to the motoring public FORD. CARS at the LOWKST FIGURE EVER QUOTED on Fords. 5C MILLER Mr. and Mia. Civirge J. .'nyder tt ncm.ngiom, were slK.pphirt in Alii ance Saturday. Funeral Services for Stephen W. Holt Held on Saturday Afternoon Mrs. Jennie llartman. of (Jnlesbnrg, III., is here visiting her sister, Mrs. Al W iker. Joe Williams and family of Vn'ioch, weie visiting at the home of Fred Itelow. J. M. Kuhn and dauehtrr. Airiith.i. of llemincford. were in Alininci. t-n. day. Mrs. L. K. Dunn of Hemimrfoivl una shopping in Alliance Monday. Glen Miller left for Denver thin morning on a business trip. Judging by the publicity, a man gets out of an unwarranted place on the Flacker list, it can't hurt him much in the long run. England is going to save two hours' daylight a day, now, instead of one. Why not set the clocks ahead a week ? Funeral service fur K'r.i'w,r, w j Holt, pionetr re? ident who died carlv I Friday mon.ig, were hi Id from th"n ' home of tJeorge Gadsby, ,r)f)'. Chey enne, it 2:'V) p. ni. SUurdny, Hev. Stephen J. Kp'er of the First Christian I church in charge. Stephen Wesley Holt was born in Titts-field, Vermont, August 2.1, IHCAt, and died at th home of his aunt, Mrs. K. A. Gilbert, at Alliance, Nebraska, September 2, JD21. He was a few day past fil years, old. He came to Illi nois tn ISH7 pnd for one year wa. sheriff of LaSalle county. In July l'JOf he came) to this part of Nebraska ami for the pat eighteen yam has re sided in Alliance. He worked for the Turlington for cieht years and the ref-t of the time piled the carpenter's ti ade. He was married to Kose D. Man n'ng, September jo, lSh2. About threo years later th wife and only son dil. His mother diel at Alliance eighteen years ago. His only 'surviv ing relative in this country is his aunt. Mr.. Gilbert. Years ago he toas affiliated with the M. K. church but had never taken membership in Alliance. ' '4 GIFTS TtfAT LAST Fountain Pens For School Use Grammar, high school and college stu dents will find our stock of Fountain Pens most satisfactory to choose from. To begin with, we have only depend able makes, which give that easy writing, smooth (lowing, non-leaking guaranteed satisfactory service a Fountain Pen ought to give. Then the assortment is so complete. Just the style and point you " want are here. Pi'iccs arc the lowest pens can be bought for. ?1.50io?2j.00 t . .Evcra! xri) Pencils, 1.09 to ijS.CO r READ HAROLD BELL WRIGHT'S Latest Rook 'HELEN OF THE OLD HOUSE' Special Price, $1.75 "HER FATHER'S DAUGHTER" Gene Stratton PoiterV, latest book. $1.75 m DA. inilr S I I -.'-It 3 TS5Vri43 A AJLJLLiJLj12j i3 T' i' Sio , II"'. '. . i ! k tr.ii er Wtl'tu it R. I r.t "f The Virginian Judge is holding court again ! Walter C. Kelly geU t'..e Tl.id Session under way and oil who . attendod tha first two will want to be nment again to tx-ar the amall-town muK.rcula "yet j their." j Victor Blua tUI IU.d. 4?M) "Stand Up and Sing for Your Fatlteran OIJ Time Turn" Sortf by B.IIjr Mofrtj iA Aiuaricta Quart at No Jan for Michael McCoy. Hia daughter muil nn Ue "cmJ time unt;i" I Wonder Where My Seet, Sweet Daddy's Cone" Sung by Ailren SUrJiry Thti dinger deplores tha t Daddy ha diKappeared. but the orches tra Be?nia to have tatiier happjr time oi it. Vacior DuubU-iwd RkuJ. I87M 1 Two of the record in the Lt of New September Victor Record We have them and w31 j-lay them for you. I I.