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THE ALLIANCE HERALD. TUESDAY. NEPTEMDEU 20. 1021.
nraici Kailroad Shopmen In Six Federated Crafts Vote Favoring Strike RANDOM SHOTS 'vill stick around until I close the- box I niul lock it again." , Oorge Carrel: "There's no fun !;uite I ke talking to h hunch of report ! ers. Two of tin in is a hunch. Those i fellows are too numerou. There's ,Mme pe.i.-ure in plotting ug.i'n t the white in A 11 m nee. nut I l like it oei rs Sunday, according to recent press iispatches. Belief th:.t a stronger fight could 1e made, if a strike is eel led, with1 preservation of the shopmen's work-' ing rulings as a goal A to the de-, vision to withhold a strike call for the j present, Mr. Jewell said. He ar.d other union speakers counseled the men to wait until the entire wage and ules situation was before them rather than ru-h into a strike which, Mr. lewcll declared, the railroads desired. "We can make a real fight on the rules proposition when we might not nave the full support of other branches of railway employes on a ivage fight alone," he said. "We must .vait until the time is opportune. You men who have been on strike before don't want to rush blindly into this thing. But if the labor board releases all remaining rules to be acted on at nne time then we will have the whole matter before us. We will need one tote to determine what will le done.'' Pain these people who aiv always bringing up visions of the good old lays. An ed'tor friend is always la menting after this fashion: "Do you remember when cantcloupo were called t iui.sk me I ons and Mild six for a ;uarter?" "Make all the fun of me you want to," writes A. B. Wood in the Gering Courier. "I'm going to wear a straw hat till I pet enough ahead to buy a new one. We started out with the same senti ments, but several things helped us change our mind. George Snyder sug Ole Buck: "1 am informed that George Burr's golf game is improv- -ix federated shop crafts unions hae around in i:.C. and expects to make it,t,r ''tn,v "Plc on,' tM' a lulu ...... I ... ... ..: l . : . . l. ... :i. l p .. i i..i.-m I.Lfll Lll l 1 Kl' il! it! I L Iflt? Illliril.lll Itl L'llll llOTlirO IHA urv'l.ltl l w ..V.it' n-.. age reduction of July 1, but will de-1 er netion unt.l promulgation of work-1 An Ord Tragedy. ng rules prr.d'ng befo'-c the railroad Bill Hoffman gilded one of his wife's labor board, when anotner vote will be hi.-cuits and was using it in the bank ?akcn on act -eplr.nce or rejection of as a paper weight when nc diy his .'he rules. Tlvs r.nnnunrement was wife happened in. The next d;;y nt nlficially made by B. M. Jewell, head the bank they told us that B II w.vs Ihe shop crafts organizations, at a trking his annual two weeks summer nass meeting of Chicago shop-work-' vacation. Ord (.Juiz. nt tne snop cran organizations, at m S nen a man swears otv smoking for three weeks, and then goes Iwc.k to wooing Lady Nicotine, he smokes a little more than twice as much for the next three weeks. You can't leut that game. Tonight's future at the Imjierial i-. "Idols of Clay," with Mae Murray in the role of an Lnglish girl, brought up in innocence on a remote South Sea i.dand, despite the fact that her father, a rofiu, i-i a pearl smuggler and, with his disreputable partner, guilty of almn.-l every crime on the calendar. To the island comes I'ion Holme, a oung Kngl'sh sculptor, played by Ihivid I'owell. Holme is trying to fojget an unfortunate love affair that has virtually wrecked his career. Through the South Sea miss, his faith in his work and in women is restored, and their romance leads from the tropics to the resorts of London soci ety nnd thence to the shadow y dens of the Limehouse waterfront. Pauline Frederick stars in Wednes day's photoplay, "The Mistress of Shenstone." She takes the part of Lady Myra Ingleby, the wife of a man older than herself, whft although very gested that It was dangerous to spirt I regards her more as a pretty toy that kind of a kelly with so many men lhan n ,h. pmwt. Her husband is re- announcement was greeted ! armed w ith shot gun.- 5,,,.,i porc,eu Kiuen in an accicieni, anil wnen vwini, " . .....,i... f i. i: ... . aiiri iiiiiiilii ui lunriiiiuss, hjiu iiit-uvft u o onnminromMit wjis irreeieil . ai men w iin snoi iruns. ..iL i i. .ni.;ni n ..iic inn ! nvlit in :i rain anil the tianama looks I UcnXcZiir now- like a blanket. I, t, but mo,t , J ,avc the cooperation of other organi-! mpo, tan.we ,verl an J, cap I Hj;; als with the way Myra met the sit- rhoods. if a strike were called, and jrged his audience to prepare for ac tion. The strike vote, completed August 1, was announced as showing a con stitutional majority against the wage reduction which went into eirect July 1. This was the first official confir mation of the result. Condemnation of the operations of the labor board and its division was voiced by all speakers. Mr. Jewell charged that the railroads were at tempting to use the board to take an mfaid advantage of the industrial sit natnn. Mr. Jewell said he would de mand of the board that "for once it reet a situation in a practical way," ind announce the remaining rules simultaneously. "When the board announce. the I dc The newspapers, while crowding uallon' every po-sible column with details of the Arbuckle ca.-e, don't seem to be living up to their past performances in regard to puhli.iing photographs of the victim. We've seen but two, and both of those show a flapper in a diaphanous skirt and those openwork stockings. Not to defend Fatty at all but maybe he figured he hud. some encouragement. If the victim wore that kind of clothing to a hooz.e party well, draw your own conclusions. When one is being humorous, it's just as well to label it. Last Friday we mentioned the fact that the Ku Klux Klan had entirely overlooked Al- The Thursday attraction is "The Journey's Fnd." The play tells the story of a young girl delicately nur tured and bred who leaves a convent in Home, where she has been educated to make her home with an uncle in America. Through force of circum stance she is forced into a marriage with a man infinitely her inferior. Then, when finally .she meets a man who is in every sense of the word her mate, conditions become intolerable, and she leaves her husband. How fate intervenes to straighten out the tangle makes one of the most gripping, force ful stories ever flashed upon the silver-sheet. oht;tute rules, our committee will liance. uur intention was to convey tak a ballot," he said. "If the rules the thought that Alliance had every sire not satisfactory and the ballot e ther kind of an organization, and it Favs o. we will take the result to the should be no difficulty to get a big railroads. If they refuse to grant our Land of members at a net profit of $ 10 veasonable demands they will have to each but two or three people thought vtnnrl reennns ble and answer to tne ll was an invitation iu uiBauitcia w General charges that the railroads were opposing demands of the unions as part of a movement which, he said, was backed by "nine billion dollars ir more," were made. The object, he leclareC was "to cr"sh organized la-n-or." Government Experts Say Use of Whole Seed Smids Will GiveJBetter Yields Experts in the bureau of plant in dustry. United States department of agriculture, have conducted a series of experiments in potato growth, the results of which are published in a lepartment bulletin which has just been issued. The information con--tarned is of interest not only to the plant physiologist but also to the prac tical grower, as a knowledge of the relation of the setting and subsequent -.levelopment of tubers of the potato may, to a certain extent, be put to practical use. Tuber formation, the department experts state, begins in general at about the end of the period of flower bud development although this is not in cases an exact criterion. Experi ments showed that the number, as well as the size, of potatoes in a hill in creased for several weeks after the first potatoes were large enough to dig A small increase in the weight of rubers was found to occur after the vines hail lieen killed by frost. The maximum rate of growth of the tub ers was found to occur about the last of August or first of September, which xvas approximately 0 days after planting. An interesting development of the experiments was that the number and weight of tutors per hill were found to be influenced by the size and the nted. Whole potatoes used as seed yielded heavier than half potatoes, and these more man quar ters, and the larger the seed piece the greater the yield per hill. A whole lotato used as seed yielded more than half or quarter potato of equal weight. The experiments showed that ap parently light soils are better for po tatoes than heavy oils. The lowest tu tiers, with respect to both number and weight per hill, was an the heaviest soil; the highest num-, liers and yields were produced on the lightest soil. The department experts . deem it possible, however, that these ' results might be modified somewhat j under different climatic conditions. Two-year tests with irrigation in-' dicate that the early application of xsater before tuber formation had started resulted in an increase in the number of tubers, as well as in the weight per hill. Late irrigation actu- idly increased the weight but made lit tle difference in the number of tubers per hill. The irrigated experiments were not carried to a final conclusion, but indicate that each application of water at almost any period in the growth of the plant, provided exces sive quantities are not used, may he xpected to produce pn increase in the v eight of the crop, but that little or no increase in the number of tubers is likely to resu't from irrigation af ter tuber formation is well started. call. From the information at hand, the rejuvenated Ku Klux Klan appears to be anti-Jew, anti Catholic and anti American. Its organizers ought to be given the gate if they do show up. Box Butte county neels the money. Mickie, the printers' devil, says: "A merchant who says he wants your trade but won't advertise is like a dog that both wags his tail and barks you don't know how to take him." The Inquiring Reporter. The nuestion for today is, "What Is Your Favorite Recreation?" As in all other cases in this column, where the person interviewed happened to lie out of his or her office temporarily, the iuestion was addressed to the of fiice dog and his answer taken as final. E. Ci. (Bert) Laing: "It's a toss-up between motoring and fishing in the mountains or shooting duck in the sandhills. Duck always tastes better when shot in the sandhills. In the first case, the fishing wears on your pa tience, and in the second your clothes p-pt iho werir. but (s-e E. O.'s Col umn, which will be found in old files) , there's a remeilv for that." I Terc Cogswell: "I take my recrea tion in leading the songs for the Ko tarians. Whadda I care what they call it?" J. S. Khein: "I think there's some spice in life in being an officer in two rival highway organizations. You never know which one will want to iiKih you next." City Manager Kemmish: "When I get a few minutes to myse!f, I ask someone to show me the figures. If there's nobody in sight to ask, I write for 'em. Every once in a while some one does it." Sheriff J. W. Miller: "When I feel ! the need of recreation, I open the big! sheet iron box in my offic. It doesn't J take ten minutes for the odor to draw: in half a dozen men. Most of them I Tanlac, that wonderful medicine", sold . in Alliance by F. E. Holsten. 85 Safety First! Sec our Wool and Silk Dresses for $10.95. Highland-lloiloway Co. One thing the public cares nothing whatever about is seeing any more heat records broken. Just Arrived We have received a new line of Ladies Purses, Gents Bill Folds and Pocketbooks. The prices are right, too. Also new line of Ivory goods. The real French Ivory. Come in and look these lines over. Prices are lower than last year and rr.any new pieces added. F. J. Brennan For that matter, money is the root of all industry. m . I Out of a wide experience we offer funerals whose lx?au tiful dignity and superb equipment appeal to those who are about to arrange a burial service. We will see that the ap pointments are correct and that an unostentatious dignity will pervade the entire burial service. We have correspon dents throughout the land. Glen Miller UNI) i: RT A K I N (i PA H 1.0 It8 Phones: Day, 12.1 West Night. r22 or r.T Third Street Mrs. Brida Shimek Is Hurt in Runaway at Ranch Near Marsland lb niingford Ledger: Mrs. Urida Shimek was badly hint in a runaway Wednesday while riding a disk. She is not .-tire just what happened, but she think-" she fainted. The horses ran and she fell off the disk back wards, cutting the bark of her head, receiving two long nbraisions down h r bark and bruising her all over. The horses were unable to get lon e from the disk and became en tangled in it so that one horse was so badly cut up on the hind legs and hip : that death was the result. Mrs. Shimek will probably be at work again Within a few days. Veteran of Civil War Still Hale and Hearty New assortment of Vests and Collars. Ilighland-llolloway Co. EXPERT CRITICISM. Mother "Those little playmates of ours look rather common, Robbie. 1 hope none of them swear." l!ollie "Oh, some of 'em try to, mother, but they ain't much good at it" Life. 50good cigarettes far lOcfron one sack of genuine: Hi n i kial DURHAM TOBACCO We want you to havo tho best paper for "BULL." So now you can receive with each package a book ol 24 leaves ol ftilll'V. the very linest cigarette paper in the world. .. , ;.-r7, t;jr '..,.' ; -.V i GEORGE I). SllAW. Springfield. Mane. "To say that I feel twenty-five years younger, twenty-five years healthier and twenty-five years stronger express what Tanlac has done for me lietter than any other way 1 can put it," said George I). Shaw, veteran of the Civil War, who now lives at 321 Walnut street, Springfield, Mass. "I am now seventy-eight years old n nd I don't hesitate to say I have never known a medicine to eiual Tan lac. For fifteen years I was subject to uttacks of indigestion that were so bad at times I would have to lay up for a week or two. For a long timo I lived on crackers and milk alone as nothing else agreed with me. "When I started on Tanlac I weigh ed only one hundred and seventeen IKiunds and my days were thought to be numbered. I've been so wonderful ly built up. I now weigh one hunirt& and foity-threc pounds and my stonv (ich is as sound as a dollar. In fact, I believe I could eat the old army ra tions again without hurting me in the least. "I never miss a chance of sayinj? good word for Tanlac and I would lilt to urge the boys of the "Sixties" wfc arc not feeling right to give it a trial for I am sure it would put them in lima again just as it has me. For a man of. my ug to have no physical ailment to be well nnd strong and enjoy life aat he did twenty-five years ago, is cer-. tainly something to be thankful faP and there is nothing too good I cant say for Tanlac." Tanlac is sold in Alliance by F. E Holsten and all good druggists every where. A Real .iioe .Barg aim i LfesSTJ r""'iii:!."iu'!i'ii.iiiiiiniiiPMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iih wrffilaii i w, . $$xr i I M . A.-..mDiMM,.yiiilij.i?:l-i.-i!toi 400 PAIRS Of Ladies' Shoes in Black, Brown and Grey Kid. Cloth Top, also Gun Metal Calf. Lace and Patent Kid Lace and Button. These sold at $8.50, $10.00 and $14.00. All sizes, 3 to 8 and A to D width. All Dorthy Dodd grade. For this week only 3 rr tt Horace .Bogiie Store