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THE AT.UAXCE HERALD. TUESDAY. SEPTF.MHEU 27, 1021.
FIVE lm-x. Miminy, the Sisters ot the M. Agnes Amademy, joined the Sisters of St. Joseph's Hospital in the ee'ehra tion of the Golden Jubilee of Mother Isabella. That day marked the fiftieth anniversary of the religious professior cf Mother Iaabella and the many tok ens of appreciation and gratitude that reached her within the course of the past week were in index of the esteem ef her former associates, pupils and friends. At 8:30 A. M. Sunday, Rev. Father Constant, O. M. C, celebrated the Hiph-Masa in the Hospital Chapel, j This was followed by a Fermon. which I was a splendid eulogy on religious life ; and at the same time a summary of the work of the golden-yeared Sister. During the course of the day, tele grams of congratulation from the various chapters of the St. Aloysius Alumnae awociat on, New Lexington, Ohio, reached the Jubilarian telling! her that those among whom she hail I labored for thirty-three years went with her in spirit. I At 6:30 the students of St. Agnrs Academy entertained Mother I.T.bella and the SMers with the following well-rendered program: . Jubilee Greeting - Girls Jubilee Verses Boys ; bong: "tiity lears Ago Uoys The Three Call Helen Hylton, Mary Kennedy, Clara Markcn. PAST PRESENT FUTURE. Allegory in Two Scenes Characters. Angel Time Madge Dunn Attending Angels Mina Wilson, Hel en Newberry, Catherine Dwyer, Margaret Chaulk. Angel Merit Margaret Erennan Attending Spirits Kathleen Blak, Mary Hamilton, LaVaughn Driscoll. Spirit of the Past Philomena Daily Spirit of the Present Vivian DuRay Spirit of the Future .Margaret Phelan Tableau. Chorus "The Lord is My Shepherd" Glee Club Address Rev. Constant, O. M. C. Hymn Holy God Rains at 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon. Rev. Rains performed the ceremony. The Presbyterian woman's mission ary society will meet at 3 o'clock Wed nesday afternoon at the hme of Mrs. R. L. Harris. Subject: "The Year in Prospect" . Leaders, Mrs. W. C. Mounts and Mrs. Robert Graham. G. W. G'nn of Morrill is in the city for nio.Hoil treatment, lie has a very badly infected knee. F. l ewis of the Hi own ranch near I.uke..lv, was operated on thia morn ing for appendicitis. Gerald Peters evpects to leave this r t .. f ..u..t .:.,: I'M J.oui: IUIIU 1UI U MIUI l tlMl with relatives. A meeting of members of the Brotherhood of American Yeomen has been calld for the basement of the city library building at 7:30 o'clock Wed nesday. An attempt will be made to reorganize the Alliance lodge. The women of the Baptist church will meet at the church all day Wed nesday. The time will be spent in tie ing comforters. Thoe who expect to be present are asked to bring their lunch. Miss Lorene Clawges of Bridgeport has made arrangements to establish a beauty pal lor in room 1 of the Alli ance Hotel, and will open for business on Saturday of this week. The ladies' guild of St. Matthews Episcopal church will meet at the Parish house, with Mrs. Marvin Dick enson as hostess, at 3 o'clock Wednes day afternoon. Grand Master Naylor of Chndron will be in Alliance Tuesday night on his official visit to the Odd Fellows lodge. A large attendance is expected. F. II and B. F. Moisten returned Sunday morning from u week's buying trip in Chicago. Joe Herian and daughters, Betty and Anna, of Antioch were in the city Saturday. The Scottish Rite will give a club dance at the Roof Garden Thursday, September 29. All members of the Masonic order are invited. Claude M. Wright of Whitman and Miss Florence M. Keller of Survey were married by County Judge Tash Monday afternoon. Mrs. Al Wiker pieasantly surprised her sister, Mrs. Jennie Hartmann, of Galesburg, 111., who is visiting her, with a birthday party Friday after noon. The occasion was Mrs. Kall mann's sixty-seventh birthday and a few close friends and relatives were present. The rooms were prettily decorated with pink and white flowers and the same color scheme was fol lowed in the dainty lunch served at the close of the afternoon, the centerpiece consisting of a large white birthday cake on which were sixty-seven pink and white candles. The regular meeting of maintenance of way union was held at Reddish hall Monday evening. New officers for the coming year were elected, with Mr. Grass as president. Follow ing the business meeting a program was presented. Miss Yletcher con tributed a reading and Rev. B. J. Mi r.ort gae a brief tulk. The Narrow Gauge cafe sent up a large cake dec orate! with the name of the order end its emblem. Sandwiches, coffee, ice cieam and cake were served. Mrs. Walter Bledsoe entertained '.his afternoon (Tuesday) with a Kensing ton in honor of her mother-ht-law, Mrs. S. L. Bledsoe of Sheridan, Mo., who is here on a visit. Those present were Mesdames Shave, Witmans, Kearns Sr., Vermillion, S. L. Bedroe, Walmer, P. J. Sturgeon and J. J. Vance. A dainty two course luncheon was served. Mrs A A T..ivtrm. iv'f of former Alliance Baptist pastor, stopped Sun day on her way to her home in Ana conda, Mont., from visiting in Kansas. She stayed at Grandma Burkbursts and visited many other friends. On arrival at Anaconda she will ship their household goods to Denver where they will make their home. Charles Griff is of the A. IT. Jones Co., returned Monday noon from a two weeks' vacation at Linn, Kas., and Crete, Neb. Mrs. J. A. Wolverton and daughter, Lucinda, of Crawford Fpent Sunday and Monday in Alliance visiting friends. A. J. Kickerell of the Dierk's Lum ber company left last week for a few weeks' visit with relatives at Whit man. Missess Marie Howe, Martha Mul doon and Francis Collins motored to Antioch Sunday to visit friends. Mr. James Carmody left Saturday for Downs, Kas., for a few weeks' visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. Charles Hurst is entertaining this afternoon in honor of. a sister who is visiting her. Charley Benjamin left Sunday even ing for a few weeks' auto trip to Mis souri. Miss Martha Muhloon Fpent the week end in Chad) on visiting friends. Nebraska Farm Loan Company Operations Held Up for a Time Plans for the Nebraska Farmers' Finance corporation tentatively under way, will be held up since the resur rection of the war finance corporation seems to be ready to extend credit to J farmers for the six months to three year period, according to announce ment at Nebraska farm bureau head nuarters, wvys the Omaha Daily News. The purpose of the state finance corporation was to enable farmers to borrow to cover production and lis-1 tribution periods, which the War Fin-, tince corporation seems to do. According to herctary Lute or the Nebraska farm bureau this does not mean abandonment of the Nebraska corporation; only that more deliberu-) tion will be taken in organization. Secretary Lute conferred with Carl Weil of Lincoln, one of the five bank ers who will supervise the wa fin ance corporation activities in Nebras-I ka, and was advised that loans will be made by the corporation through the farmers' own bank, when passed Mpon by the committee. These loans will be made at the rate of 1 to l'i per cent above the federal rate, now 0 per cent, allowing the banker 2 per cent. This will bring the money to the farmers at from 9 to 9'i per cent. I Loans will be made for one year with a renewal privilege up to three years, with grain, live stock, ware-, house receipts, or other good collateral J scurity. Loans of less than $1,000 will probably not be accepted, accord- ing to the information oniainea uy Secretary Lute from Mr. Weil. Absence of Cut Rate Wiil Make Attendance Slim at G. A. R. Reunion But one G. A. R. veteran from Bex Butte county will attend the reunion of the veterans of the civil war this vear, it is said. Robert Anderson of Hemingford, who has not missed a ve union for several years, will stop ever in Indianapolis on his way to the south, her he will spend the winter with rel'Uives. There are less thiin a doTn vftcrans oT the civil war li-ft in the county. N'elui. k's pfficlal delegation to the riutioni.l (J. A. IJ. eucapipment at In dianapolis, which Oenod Monday, left Lincoln In three sw eia! cars, over the Northwestern rr.ihwd, at 1:35 Sunday afternoon. It carried Department Com mander W. J. Byslone, State Adjut ant Harmon Hross, other department olficialx and most of the delegates from Nebraska. j Owing to the fact that the usual low rates were not granted this year for members of the Sons of Veterans, the Women's Relief Corpa, and-other affiliated organization", thev were very ilJmly represented on the train and at the Indianapolis meeting. State headquarters of the G. A. R. in the capitol closed at noon Saturday and will not be reopened till after the national encampment. Thomas Meighan in another DeMille nrod'irr'nn, "Conrad in truest of His Youth," is the film attraction at the Imperial tonight. This is a charming picture based on Leonard Merrick's i.iiiHMix novel of the same name. Con rad Wcrrener is an nrmv olfieer who finds himself old in middle life and who goes in search of his youth with interesting result". How he makes the discovery that the man who loves 1 never is old, makes a capital rtory. Wednesday the Imperial inaugurates a ehnnge in the hour for the matinee performance, which, beginning that day, will start at 2:30 instead of 3:00, as heretofore. From now on it will be possible for the lady of the house and her friends to take in the matinee prformance and get home in plenty of ume to get the liver cooked for hubby's supper. Mae Marsh in "The Little 'Fraid Lady" is the Wednesday bill. Full of love, drama and romnnce, the picture ranges from the Cjuictude of the coun try to the wildness of a Bohemian ball. It is a tale of a refugee from the make-believe of a great city who tries to find solitude and happiness in devotion to her work as an artist in the great woods. To her came adven ture through her strange relationship with a bootlegger, and love through the intuition of a luiby bov that his "little "fraid lady," was "nice." "Body and Soul," featuring Alice Lake, is scheduled for Thursday. Miss Lake has the role of a young girl living in Paris who Buffers an accident that results in mental de ihngement. Becoming a friend of an aitist as well as his model, she later recovers her reason and goes to Am erica. Being wrongfully accused of the murder of a friend, the crime being committed by a nephew for in surance money, she is vindicated and marries her artist lover. Zc I IT'S TI I AT LAST Getting Up "Ah, There's the Rub" : 7 -a 1 As Hamlet said when he couldn't make up his mind whether "to do or not to do." But you don't have a choice about get ting up. You've got to and at the set time. And there's just one way to make sure of that now the sun is loafing on the job. And that's to buy a good alarm clock. We've got them Big Ben, little Ben, Slccpmetcr the whole Westclox family and others of equally thoroughbred pedigrees. . All of them are down in price. $2.50 to $4.00 Eversharp Pencils FOR SCHOOL 60c to $5.00 Attention Hunters Chicken -find Grouse season opens Saturday, October 1. Get ready Shells, Thermos bottles, Lunch kits and every thing for the hunter, at TIIIELE'S. THIELE'S The Store With a Guarantee Without Rtd To ft The Woman's club will have a fhort business meeting at the club rooms in the city library on Friday of this week at 2:3 Oo'clock. All niemler3 are requested to get tickets at Darling's for the Edison consert, as the club wijl attend the concert in a body, leav ing the club rooms at three o'clock Scottish Rite Masons, "from the fourth to the fourteenth degrees, in clusive, will meet Wednesday night at the Masonic hall in the first buhiness ession following the summer vacation. Plans will be made for winter activi ties, as well as for the next Scottish Rite reunion in Alliance. The members of the M. E. choir will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Flovd Donovan. POX Platte avenue, at 7:30 o'clock Thursday evening. A good attendance is desired. The choir will practice songs for a musical en tertainment to be given on the even ing of October 9. The next open house for members of the Alliance Country club and their friends will be held Friday, Sep tember 30. Dancing and dinner will be the chief features of the evening. The open house events at the club are ieseredly popular, and a large atten dance is expected. Miss Lela Jay, formerly of Alliance, now of Trouble, Neb., has been visit ing friends and relatives in this city for the past two weeks. She left Monday for her new home at Whit man. Miss Jay is to be married this week to Mr. Raymond Philip, of Whitman. Denver Post: The marriage of Frank Smith of Alliance, Neb., and Mrs. Amy V. Powell of Denver took ana FRIDAY AFTERNOON Sibyl Sanderson Fagan, mh,hr 'George Wilton Ballard'"" Sibl Sanderson Fagan. and George Wilton Rallard, famous for their art the country over, will appear in a specially selected program. . This appearance of these famous artists con stitutes the musical event of the season. The as sisting artist is Willard Osborne, violinist. What makes this concert of more than usual importance, are several numbers in which Miss Ftgan and Mr. Rallard will compare their art with its RE-CREATION by Mr. Edison's new phonograph. Friday Afternoon, September 30th at 4 o'clock IMPERIAL THEATRE , Call, write or telephone for free tickets. Only a few remain. They will be issued in order of application. George D. Darling 113-117 West Third Street. Alliance, Nebr, to determine the question of WSTT IT TO In Shoe Repairing You Must Consider These 4Points MATERIAL USED The difference in grades of leather that can be put into your shoe repairs will not be apparent to you until you have paid for the work and worn the shoes. We use nothing but the most lasting stock we can buy and we be lieve we know leather. WORKMANSHIP The quality of workmanship in our shop is unquestioned. Long years of experience in working leather place ui in a position of distinction in our trade. EQUIPMENT- "Tools do not make the workmana genius can get more out of a fiddle, than a fiddler can get out of a Stradivarius." A good workman has good tools RUT good tools do not make a good workman. We have the most complete equipment in Alliance a machine for every operation that can satisfactorily be done by machinery, but our service policy is: "Hand work where quality can be Increased." THE PRICE After one has used the highest grade leather, and works in a thoroughly experienced manner with every modem machine that does quality work, price cuts little figure. And when you learn that our prices are as low as &ny in Alliance, we believe it will clinch the argument. NICHOLS & COVERT place at the home of Rev. Paul B.