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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, TUESDAY OCTOBER 11, 1921.
cDociet Mrs. M. J. Buskin will entertain at a bridge luncheon at the Country club on the. afternoon of Fridav, October 14. The guest list will include Mes dames William Mitchell, Marcus Fran kle, Nellie Wilson, Alice Prettvman, F. A. Hivey, A. V. Gavin. Percy Cags ell, H. K. Gantz, H. E. Reddish, Wil liam Bevinpton, Alhon Hall, A. G. ! luuicson, Dorothy Her.-hman, W. H. l.aMon, Minor Morris, Durham, C. L. Finch and Misa Mamie Collins. i The ladies of the Episcopal Guild will meet Wednesday afternoon at the Parish house, with Mrs. AV. Gavin as hostess. Mrs. S. Keane of HeminjCord rptnt the week-end in Alliance with friends. NEBRASKA NEWS NOTES SEVEN A meeting of the mothers, wives, daughters und sisters of ex-service men who served in the world war has been called for the Parish house at 8 p. m. Wednesday evening of this week, et which time a ladies' auxiliary to the Alliance post of the American l-epion will be formed. Gold star mothers are also eligible to member Fhip. A complete attendance of all who are interested has been asked. The Misses Iilah and Eunice Boodry of Ansrora were Alliance choppers Saturday. Martin Alvin of Hay Springs passed through Alliance on his way home after a few days' visit with friends in Antioch. Mii-s Clarissa Soth of the Marsland schools and her sister, Miss Viola Soth j of district No. 12 were Alliance visit ors Saturday. The Woman's club will meet at the Library Friday afternoon at 2 : 1 The I hostesses will be Merd.-imes Emma' O Bannon, Bennett and Neuswangcr. Subject: "Our City Schools." "I'ar-ent-Teachers' association", Prof. Pate. Talks by Miss Wilcox, Miss McNichold ! und Miss Spencer. Discussion leader, ' Mrs. Morris. Perry Mailey and Ber.nie Heavan left Saturday for an auto trip through the -southern states. They expect to be gone all winter. Mrs. I. E. Tash left Wednesday for Aftnn. til - fni n fpw wool; vi:if ifh 1 ... . ii r it:i ...i. ! hit iiHiuiei , mis. u. j. yvhcox, wno te cently suffered a fractured hip. Wants "Tunito' Dunned UNCOL.N The tango dancp, which went out of vogue in polite metropol itan society several years ago, still persists in some outlying communi ties of Nebraska. It is all the rBge among the young people in Knox county, according to a letter received from Joseph F. Wirth of Pisheville. Wirth Is much grieved for fear it will prove detrimental to their morals. If the governor will lurnish him with credentials showing him author ity in the matter, Wirth promises that he will go out in his precinct, and all over Knox county, if desired, and put up big posters warning everybody to refrain from dancing the tango. "Send me written papers to give me n permit to look over this matter," is his sugge.-t'on to the governor. Evidently Wirth himself is not one who trips the light fantastic, as he p&ys: "We people here would like to know pomething about tho tango, city or tewn and country dances. Please give me information nlxnit this matter, what to do if they are prohibited in this state, as the young grade of peo ple dance nothing now but what is called tantro, and some couples mnke very bad looks, and these young chil dren that are jut growing out are all learning this bad dance, nnd as soon as they won't dance nothing but that." The Alliance County club will held another open house for members and their friends on Friday evening of this week. On this occasion there will be no dance. Members are requested to make reservations for dinner in p!enty of time. The Woman's home missionary so ciety of the Methodist church will meet at the home of Mrs. F. M. Phelps Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. E. C. Barker will be program leader. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Gregg' TCactHura hava iwpivnl linnrviinfmnpnt ! of the birth of a daughter to them. Mrs. Eastburn will be remembered by ker many friends here as Miss Flor nce Campbell, formerly of Alliance. A meeting of the guardians and as sistant guardians of Alliance Camp fires will be held this evening at the home of Mrs. Fred Carlson, 405 Chey enne, at 7:30 p. m. The choir of the Methodist church will meet at the home of the Misses Mable and Janet Grassman, 908 Box Butte ave., Thursday evenin gat 7:30. Miss Mable McVicker of Lexington, Neb., owner of the McVicker Millinery and Beauty Parlor of thia city, in spending a few days here. Mrs. H. A. Cunningham, who had been visiting at the home of her son, Dave, near Marple postoffico for the past week, returned Saturday. H. Hirst, ret.iirnpd Sund.iv from a week's trip through Central Missouri. He visited Tipton, Kansas City, Princeton and Sedalia during the trip. Ralph Rominger of Brandon, Colo., came Sunday for a few days' visit with his brother, Wray. From here he will go to Aurora, Neb., for a shoit visit with relatives and friends. j Eat a good chicken dinner at the Armory Saturday. Price 50c. 5)1-92 Some people appear to cling to their money in the belief that Heaven is operated on the pay-as-you-enler plan. The M. E. ladies aid will serve chick en dinner and roast beef supper at the Armory, Saturday. 50c per meal. 91-2 Al tendance Is Slim at Spud Meeting on Monday Night There were only about a dozen or fifteen present at the interesting and instructive program given by the po tato car men at the court house Mon dny evening. H. O. Werner, horticul turist of the state agricultural college, gave a talk, illustrated by Ftereopti can views, on seed selection and var ious diseuses of potatoes, such as Fasarium wilt, common scab, dry rot, etc., and treatment for the prevention of these diseases. He also discussed handling and storage. The views show ed results of seed selecting and treat ment of potatoes grown in this local ity and the Platte valley and different kinds of storage cellars. H. B. Meinhardt, supervisor of the refrigeration service of the Burlington then gave a demonstration of the proper method of loading potatoes, us ing a small model refrigerator car loaded with tiny sacks for illustration. He showed how the potatoes should be loaded in sacks to secure the maximum circulation of air in warm weather nnd the best results from heater serv ice during cold weather. W. C. And reas, chief of the bureau of markets and marketing, explained briefly the ; Nebraska grading law and proper handling of spuds. I These men were in Alliance Mon day with a special potato exnimt car, which was open to the public and was visited bv a number of potato growers i during the day. The car Is at Hem I ingford Unlay and Wednesday, and will j lw et Marsland Thursday and Belmont r i iday. There are people in hot weather with so little faith in tht?ir own ,"uiy ment that they have to look at the thermometer before they will UMieve it. mmiiHmmtnMnmimnniiiimtmm J .D. Osborne of the Landis Shoe Machine Co. of St. Louis arrived in Al liance Friday from Denver to install a sole sewing machine for the B. & B. Electric Shoe Shop. Mrs. William Neimann and two; children, William Jr., and Gretchen, i and Mrs. Neimann's mother, Mrs. L. j Z. Holloway left today for Sidney, where they will be joined by Mrs. Hoi- j loway's uncle, O. P. David, in a trip to j Newton, Kas., where they will visit! with Mrs. Holloway s and Mr. Da via s parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. David. Dr. E. C. Drake left Monday for Hyannis on professional business. Dr. W. A. Moore of Antioch was'a business visitor in Alliance today. Ladies' Kimonas, $2.75. Highland-Holloway Co. Leon Alter and Horace Hagen, storekeepers at the Burlington store house, spent the last week in taking inventories at Seneca, Guernsey, Bridgeport and Crawford, returning to Alliance Sunday night. Flour is lower. $1.75 single 48-lb. sack, $1.70 in 5-sack lots. W. E. Cutis. 91 G. P. Jones of Hemingford was in the city Friday on business. P. E. Romig returned today from Broken Bow, Neb., where he has been for the past few days on legal business. B-B Save Bottv Why Discard Them? Get your money's worth out of your shoes by hav ing all possible service out of them. Have them sci entifically repaired, r.nJ you may add months to their life. The more particular you are, the better you will ap preciate the excellency of our work. We'll make your old Shoes look like now, and feel BETTER. Shoes Repaired While You Wait Phone 137-W B&B Electric Shoe Shop Boelter & Brazda, Preps. Under Alliance Natl Bank Joe Dailey, who has been working on the extra gang fiearBerea and who recently suffered a paraletic stroke, was put aboard No. 44 today with a pass to Omaha, where he has relatives living. Soneone will win the 48-lb sack and the 25-lb. sack of flour Sat-1 urday at W. E. Cutts. 91 . A. J. Rodgers of Fremont, who has been in the city for the past few days looking after business interests in this locality, left for his home to day. Paris Dettamore left Monday for North Platte, Lincoln ann otner points. He expects to De gone auoui ten uays. Harry Thiele is having a "Win the roru sale mis ween, nr rinw standard goods at reduced prices, giv ing a Ford ticket with each dollar pur chase. 81 Several vaieties of Apples. W. K. Cutts. 91 Tasty Pastry at 20 Reduction FOR ONE DAY ONLY In order to introduce our pastry products to the farm trade we are making a special offer to get them acquainted with us. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15 PRICES 25c Cup Cakes 20c 50c Cakes ...40c 60c Cakes 50c Other Pastry in Proportion. LOOK US UP FESTIVAL DAY UJ Eat More Bread)S VAN METER GILLESPIE, PROPS. The Alliance Bakery Ladies Kimonas, $2.73. Highland-Holloway Co. Mrs. John Krause Brings Suit to Set Aside Divorce Decree A fight for the $.".00,000 estate of the' Jnhn Krini-f. noiush nviirnate has been begun in district court at Omaha by Helen Krause who claims to De nis widow, hays the Omaha Bee. I She alleges that he obtained a di-. vorce decree in the Douglas county district court by fraud in 15)15 and that the never knew the decree had been signed until October I, 1120. Kruuse died August 19, lUl'J at Alli ance, Neb., and his mother Augustie, died a few weeks later. j They were married in Denver in H12 by Kev. John L Hummond for meily of Omaha and went to live on Krause's ranch in Sheridan county, Nebraska. She says he began divorce proceed : nr,T,lia IWpmhpr 20. 1914 and that the decree granted the following May was void for the alleged reasons that he obtained service by publication afTiiiavita that he did not know her residence at the time that hi3 al legations of cruelty and desertion were without foundation and that neither of them was a legal residence of Douglas county. She says he gave her name in the divorce suit as Nellie Krause. I Herman J. Krause and Frank Krau.se brothers of the deceased are defendants in the suit . The former is executor of the estate. i She asks that the divorce decree be set aside. This would make her sole heir. - '' "'-p -- -ft --- -"- -V Soneone will win the 48-lb sack and the 25-lb. sack of flour Sat urday at W. E. Cutts. 91 1 Potatoes WE WILL BUY YOUR CROP See Us Before Selling Potato Growers Exchange Ground Floor First National Bank Building:. With Nebraska Land Co. Thiele'e Win the Ford ALE Ford tickets given with each dollar pur chase. It will pay you to take advantage of these low cash prices on standard articles. These Prices Good for this Week ONLY. ELBA POWDER any color, reg ularly soils for 52c, now- - 39c JERGEN'S CREAM Regularly sells for 37c, now 24c Silverware Any silver plated article in our entire line, at Discount Teaspoon Special Set of six, 50 year plate, guaranteed. $2.29 CANDY WHITMAN'S 1 lb., fine choc olates, regular ly sells for $1 84c You May Win the Ford De Sure to Get Your Tickets. Blue Moon PERFUME Regularly sella 75c ounce, at 38c CIGARS Parker - f Jor don's hand madj, box of 25 $1.00 ALARM CLOCKS A quantity of good dpendable timekiep e r s , guaranteed. $1.49 Massage CREAM Velvetina Massage cream regularly sells for 52c, at 39c BOOKS Any popular copyright book in stock. 68c Pepsodent Tooth Paste SPECIAL THIS WEEK, ONLY , 34c a Tube - " POWDER Djer Kiss TALCUM Flesh and white tints 19c SOAP Jergen's violet glycerine, 3 bars for 25c Fashionette Hair Nets Full 6ize, cap shape, any col or, for 9c Each Hand Lotion Thiele's espe cially prepared glycerine 1 o -tion, regularly sells for 26c 19c Witch Hazel CREAM Especially pre pared for Thiele's, spe cial 19c Djer Kiss Toilet Water Regularly sells for $1.25, at 9Sc Mary Garden POWDER any shade, reg ularly sells for $1.01, at 79c MAVIS Toilet Water Regularly sells for $1.04. 89c Autopoint PENCILS The pencil made for the business man and student 41c SILVER Cake Plate Good quadru ple plated-ware guaranteed. $4.75 TIIELMA PERFUME Regularly sells for $1.00 per ounce 49c China Ware Any piece or set of China in our entire stock, at Discount Writing TABLETS regularly sell for 10c 5c Colgate's TALCUM POWDER Any Odor 15c THIELE'S 1 hi Stori H'itk a Cuanintti M'i kjul Rj.t fafi