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Till: AMJANCK UKUALD, TITSOAY. SEPTKMllFJt 20, 1021.
FIVE Mi. si". Acnes Ncwb-rry find Mr. Ed ward McNi.lty wrc un t'd in mar riape this; morning at tlif Holy Kos ry church at .-even o'clock, thts Kv. Father Manninp tdficintinp. The Vrido wore a Ixautiful dips of white pcorptte anil bridul veil of the same material, and carried a shower boquet of white roses. The bride was at tended by her sister. Miss Helen New berry and Mr. Ambrose Carroll of! Milwaukee attended the proem. Im mediately after the ceremony a de rphtful weddinp breakfast was served at the home of the bride, only the two immediate fam'ies beinp present. Mr. and Mrs. McNulty left this noon for a month's fconeymcin in different parts of California. They epvct to wake their home in Allianee. C. C. Coursey who ha. lvn work ing for the prist few months in To-pt-ka, Kits., returned to Alliance the fir-it of the week to resume work on the Burlir.j.ton ns a fireman. hills this moininp en a thu'k huntinp j hip. j H. C. Spith of Ant'oth w.is a 1 isi ness i.-Uor in Alliance l.ist S lint d:y. (lart KittUiiiiJi of Antioch w:n in Alli.iiKe a buMnes Saturday. Jny Vance has purchased Jt Hi it -baker au'ono-tile. a new pui-hti;i:i AN CHl'IU II. Ilemcmhcr tie Bally penic Mrs. Martha Pat more entt 'tamed the officers of the Alliance chapter, Urdor of Eastern Star, at her home, 402 Kmerson, Monday eveninp. Plates were laid for sixteen. I'd ward Fiirer, croccr of Sidney, ar rived this morning on a business trip. He is stayinp with the 1 II. Highland family, his wife beinp a cousin of Mrs. Highland's. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Cross pave a duck dinner at the hiph school build inp Monday eveninp, in honor of the hiph school faculty. The host him self secure! the ducks for the feast. Tlie puest list include!: Leonard IJedd, Charles Phelps, Misses Nina Nation, Ha. Snethen. Marparet Miner, Ber tha Braddock, EL-ie Johnson, Dorothy Waite, Alta Youne. Lh Soper, Mrs. William LaMon, Mrs. lnice Dunninp, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Prince and Mr. and Mrs, W. R. Pate. Mrs. William Mitchell and Mrs. H. K. Ganlz pave a six o'clock dinner party Monday eveninp at the Coun try club. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Newberry, Norman New berry, Mrs. Bell Brennan, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Beck with, Mr. and Mrs. Main Beck with, Mrs. Marvin Dicken on, Mrs. F. E. Holsten, Mrs. Ander son, Mrs. Bernard Holsten, Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Mctz, Miss Mabel Younp, (Jhavles Smith and Mr. and Mrs. 1). C. Bradbury. Allianee po;t No. 7, American Le pion. will Rive a wild duck dinner at tfie Fern Garden of the Alliance hotel n Thursday eveninp of this week. Civil war veteran.-? will be puests on the occasion, and veterans of the Spanish-American war will be elipible to attemL State Commander Robert G. Simmons of the American Lepion, ami his wife, of Scottsbluff, have been invited to be present, and Mr. Sim mons will make the address of the evening. The ladies' aid society of the Meth odist church will meet at the home of W. A. Bennett, .'16 Emerson, at z:.iU p. m. Wednesday, with Mrs. Gibson as stHsistinp hostess. This will be the September birthday meetinp and all ladis havinp birthday anniversaries tlurinp the month will be pnests of honor. A special invitation has been 1: sued to members ami lricmls. The ladies' puild of St. Matthews Episcopal church will meet WVdnes d;iy afternoon at the Finish house with Mr.;. Georpe Mintzer as hostess. Little Miss Virpinia Lester celebrat ed her seventh birthday Saturday aft ernoon by entcrtaininp a few of her little friends at a birthday dinner. Henry Hier of Antioch was in the city on business Monday. He reports that they had rtrte a heavy rain jn the vicinity of Antioch Sunday. B. M. Scotten of the Alliance drop store and wife left Monday for Den ver, where Mr. Scotten will attend the national druppists' convention. S. A. Snk of 'Antioch parsed throuph Alliance today on h;s way to the I'latte valley, where he expects to work in the supar factories. Rev. A. J. Keams and V. C. Mounts left today for Morrill. Neb., where they will attend the fall meetinp of the presbytery of Box Butte. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Pearson left the lat of the week for Chicapo, and will celebrate their tenth weddinp an niversity in that city. The ladies' auxiliary of the Baptist church will meet at 2:30 p. m. Wed nesday at the home of Mrs. Moses Wripht, 715 Missouri. The choir of the Methodist church will meet Thursday eveninp at the church with the Misses Sward and Merk as hostesses. Clarence Zurn returned last Satur day from the oil fields of Okhthoma where he has been workinp the past two months. Miss Frances Rosenberper of Hem- inpford left on No. 42 Sunday for Denver where she will attend school this year. The Woman's club will meet at the ty library Friday afternoon with esdames Toohey, DuBuuue and Thielo as hostesses. The subject for discussion is "The Book of Job." Mrs. Jessie Smith will pive the story of tfce bonk, Mrs. Maude Harris will take the sufierine as revealed in Job and and Mrs. Claudia Epler will pive a comparison of Job with Micah. Mrs. W. R. Pat received announce ment of the marriape of Miss Cor rinne Mollrinp to D. Creswell O-r-on n September 4. at Pinesdale, Wyo. Mrs. Carson will be remembered by fcer many friends here as the dauph W of Geoure Mollrinp, formerly of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Carson will make their home in Pinesdale, Wyo. Chief Dispatcher A. u Gavin re turned Saturday from Omaha, where he --pent a few days on railroad business. w iener roa. t Friday afternoon at o'clock at tin- City p:trlc. I'.i inp jour pitnic si;per nnl come. The wieners Will be f.unishrd. A nd do not foipet that r.evt S inday is rally day all day i.t the Piesbterian church and Sun day school. Classes will be provided for all. Coie. E. J. KEARNS, Pastor. HIRTHS - Born to Mr. and Mrs. Bud Walker, Monday September a pill. TENDERFOOT TALK. Younp Lady (on her first visit to ranch: "For what purjose do you use that coil of line on your saddle?" Cow puncher: "That line, you call it, lady, we use for catchinp cattle and horses." Younp Iidy: "Oh, indeed, how in terestinpl Now, may I ask, what do vou use for bait?" PERFECT WORKMANSHIP. A iet, master of his art. May write a rotten rhyme; A teller, used to payinp coin, May pass a rotten dime; -A cobbler, expert at his trade, May drive a rotten pep, But r.ot a hen, however poor, Ever laid a rotten epp. THE COMING KTOUM. (State Joitrnal.) Th' IvIN this wo k call the rh'l.lrrn !o .-.cl'ool: which hae never been nr-j ' r ho: tea I: re than now. The bulpe , in .-el-.ool l.nes vh eh ha l.eeii ! steady i-Towth frn.-i loivr bofoie the v-.'t" is raisinp -i t ions from one i lit of view. Are the public schoo's !' i (.v.ini' moie lompbcated than nece. sary? re they attemjt :nr to do moie than in worth tryin.T t do in pu' lie sel.on.s? Are they on the richt track at all? liven those whose intcrevt j.; rot primarily th: t of the taxpayer but I is serial or professional, all aie put liiur forth IIocmN of criticisms of the public schools, their methods and thcr aims. It i a healthful manifestation. It is a recopnit'on of the fait that ed ucation is the fundamental thinp in a country which leave. its povernmrnt to its entire eople. Education for de mocracy is one thinp. For a bureau cracy, h plutociacy, an aristocracy or militiMtK-rary it v a very different thinp. The strupple for control of the function of forminp the children's minds is poinp to be one of the hard est and keenest of all in the comir.p ! np period of readjustment. Educa tion must expect to stand much the same sort of storm as repularly beats iixn our politics. Safety First! See our Wool and Silk Dresses for $10.5).". Hihland-Holloway Co. SO SYMPATHETIC. ONE THING NEEDFt'L. Mr. Brown "I hear the vicnr says your daughter hps i real penius for recitinp. Mrs. Smith." Mr.. Smith "Yes, all she wants, he says to me, is n course of electrocu tion, just to finish 'er off like." Lon don Opin:on. SUFFICIENT. I The tall, thin man thrust his out of a car window and exclaimed excitedly: "A woman has fainted in here; has anyone any whisky?" A man in the crowd handed up a bottle from his hip pocket to the thin man who put it to his lips and drained the contents, and then said aloud: "It always did make me ner vous to see a woman faint." "Nat oleon was a wonderful man. . 1 1 History tells us he pot alonp with only . four hours of sleep a day." "Oh, wV yr.wned the laziest man n the villape. "Four hour. a day would do me. I pues", if people didn't disturb me r.t nityht." IT MIGHT WORK. A wife had been confidinp to her pastor some of the shortcomings of lier husband. "Certainly, agreed the minister, "he seems to treat you rather unkindly. Have you ever tried heaping coals of fire on his head?" "No, 1 haven't," she answered, ap parently prateful for a new suppes tion. "So far I've only tried hot water." Tans, all colors, for $1.00. ?1.2:, $!.'() and $2.00 Mighland-llolloway Co. Manapers of hotels are reported to have decided to take the foreipn lan puape from the bill of fare and call a spade a spade. It doesn't explain to those who are familiar with mod em portions just what the idea is in providinp a spade. THE DIPLOMAT. "No, I shall marry only n brave man." paid the maiden firmly. "But you rnuot admit that it takes bravery for a poor mutt like me to propose to such a beautiful and tal ented pirl," counteml the suitor. So they lived happily, etc. Ameri can Lepion Weekly. The man who invented nnd pot away with the expression, "Guaran teed all wool," did a lot to encoumpe the cotton indu-try. New assortment of Vests and Collars. Uighland-llollowuy Co. GIFTS TH AT LAST Somebody's Birthday AND YOU HAVK A GUT TO IUIY What cyift is it that makes the eyes lit-rlit with gratitude, tlie heart warm with affection, friendship hold with tightening grip? Not the useful article of everlasting, sameness the necessity of everyday life. No. It is the dainty creation of art that stirs the natural desire for beauty, 'Something' I do not need" a non-essential for bare existence, but very essential as a source of happiness jewelry, silver, glassware. So naturally you come here for some body's birthday gift. Sapphire Rings,. .$3.00 to $25.00 When you pay a social debt with 1ifife2& Chocolates you get large returns in appreciation. Do you owe some one a box now? STATIONERY SPECIAL 25 DISCOUNT ON ALL CRANE'S STATIONERY ThU Wetk at Thile' THIELE' S Ihe Stan With a Cnaran'tt Without Red Tape jr't- -?- Mrs. John Curry of Villisca, la., ar rived today for a few weeks' visit with her daughter, Mrs. Frank !hrev. G. A. Smith of Chadron fpent Sun day and Monday in Antioch with rela tives, returninp to Chadron today. Mrs. J. L. Edmonds, formerly of An tioch, was visiting a few days this week with friends in Alliance. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Blair of Lakeside stopped over in Allianee for a few days on their way to Angora. The f.adies Aid Kociety of the Meth .list church entertained the t!ichers f the Alliance schools la.t l-i-day eveninp at the home of Mr. ; nd Mrs. J. C. McCerfclo. Games s.nd t..u: ic Miss Dorothy Reynolds of All'ance, has entered Nebraska Wesleyan uni versity as a student this fall. Mr. end Mrs. Grorpe L. Bur ami furnished the e'drta nnir-rt for the; Mrs. A. G. Smart drovf to Lakeside eveninp and d ir.ty refreshments were S'undav to vi.-it the oil well, uTved. A!out ninety guets weie prvticr.t. Mr. E. S. Martin left lat we'd; for I , .....i . . . l j . : . . r . - v.sit with frier.ds. t'v Mr. a:id ?!.-. P.. W. V-'.l h ' ve ' -1 a ,1( t ceivod announcement of t?v marr.aire j of Miss Eenxi K-ih o Mr. liny S. ! Th'-re will he a v;'ii!rr r.v JVters Auc-iu-t 1 r.t Cuiti.-. Ne!.ra-Va. Tliey ;'.re ;:t home : t. I,ir:o!e So., r.n Dyke Ar:irf i.-.cr.ts. Pf-r.v.-. M''s Keith w 11 ! r-"--iemh'-ed here ns Winp a tomher in the i.i'-;li i:clnol ki -t year. t..t 4 K ridlv p;cnie rrl wlrer -voa.-t will he held rt the citv purk at f. Vl.vk FrUv nfterno -i by the mem-W-rj of the Fre!-i'.-t'vi: n church enl Sundry w o-l. A h '-sk.t dinrer will t .. sf" ol, ar.d the wiener? will W fur-aih'hed. E:u- in;;iH in St-'r toreht refri-hmTts. Mi" C!:M-a Oi tio n cf tin- week-eiid :.l th i. in;; of ! w iii pro-: JVot ;.' uT v.i.io f her M. h- ! ip .! llu-.ey ami Ifo'VIand v. eie t l:.;t S:;tur-'ay. Mrs. P, hopprnp I iiese You Will Appreciate the Values At prices as low as these you must see these gai men ts in order to realize what splendid bargains we are offering. When you see them you'll wonder how we can sell such ELEGANT FALL DRESSES AT s12 m Mr-. Morev Buckley entertained a few friends at a birthday party Mon day afternoon in honor of her mother, Mrs. Forest of 1 hoenix, Ariz, lhose present were Msdames Fore.-t, Sal lows. Thomas, Emerson and irake. H: l Cribble, who has been visit'np in Canada for the past several weeks Th 1 M!s:e Pi'lh ::"d 1 u-u p-on 'ft S-tuidny ni;tht for (lays' trip in l)t nvir. k ft w : M srs. F. E. .".nd B F. Holsten l.'ft S"tu day night for Ch'caj'o or a two week ' buying tr'p. j Mi s hM.;.". Benetlict of the monry t.i- lev tleiiartr ent cf t! e pototTice is a vr ce.t.nn. t;ik'r-. Mi . returned to Alliance Monday noon. He It , of Mopie.l at practically every point of interest en route, spending some time in Glacier National parK. The ladies' aid society of Khe 1'ies byterian chiu-ch will meet i'X the church Wednesday aftemotm, with Mrs. K. M. Tinkcom ns hostess. All memlers are urged to be present and come prepared to work. Mr. Martha 1'atmore ano mr.-sj riaudia Dole will entertain the I'at Matrons and Fast Patrons club T the Hlliai.ce chapter O. E. S. at the home of the former, 402 Emerson, on Thurs day evening. Mrs. S. L. Bledsoe of Sheridan, Mo., p.rrived Sunday noon, en route to i : ,.w.a -;ii vHit two or three weeka at the home of Mr. and j Mrs. Walter Bledsoe in this city. S. Tho;-p-on Ellsworth Satuntay. iind daughter, were Alliance Th Miss Virginia and Edith Kos-j en be per of Hemingford were Alliance! l:opiers Monday. j Mr. V. IJ. Harper, who ha len i'l for overal days past, is brxk at her post in the stole. The Fortnightly CluS h m of Mi. .s Avis Jt evon'ng. met ut the der Monday V. L. Ti.ompson of Berea whs in Alii:. nee Monday and Tucs!:.y on busi ness. Anna Carter of Scottsbluff as in Alii; nee Monday for a throat operation. Many Choice Garments That Make Selec tion Easy. Urn ii t 1 i You Need a Fall Dress Buy One of These I The Latest Modes Are Included I ft i tr 1 ft' it fell vLiilB k D THIS DRESS SPECIAL comprises many of the latest fancies of fashion, beaded and embroidery trimmed, made of beautiful French Ser ies, Tricotines, etc. We know you will U more than pleased with any one of these gar ments and we therefore urpe you to see them. They will convince you of their worth. ! p mm r Exclusive Agents for "Wcoltex" Garment-:. Frel Cutts aJ I-3rty went to the B I tic a.r .a m.t.t ..?. . ,r. i-i i - - -; - - ; 1 . i . ; - i 4 i