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ALLIANCE HERALD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1021.
A meetinjr of wives, mothers, sis ters and daughters of the men who nerved in the world war was held at the Episcopal parish house at 8 p. m. Wednesday, some fifteen women beinfr In attendance. Kev. Andrew Potlfje, rector of St Matthews, and Mrs. Dtxlpe explained the organization of a ladies'auxiliary to the local post of the American Lesion, and it was de cided to ask for a charter. Mrs. An drew Dodpe was elected temporary chairman and Mrs. George L. Burr, temporary secretary. In the near fu ture a campaign for charter mem bers will be staged, following which (the permanent organization will be formed. Mrs. V. E. Spencer entertained sev eral Iriends at a Monte Carlo whist party Thursday afternoon. A dainty luncheon was served. The gue.H list included Mesdames Tinkcom, Hitch cock, Potter, Ponath, Hhein, A. R Sturgeon, Ella Young, Prettyman and II unt. An old-fashioned party, with pop corn, red apples, cider,- dinner and dancing, with phonograph and piano music, will be the program for the The Home of Better Values Men's Foot Fitters $.50 Pair Value Crowded Into Shoes We've crowded value into this Shoe because we centered our efforts on giving a maximum of style quality and service at minimum of Price. Three Styles: BROAD TOE MEDIUM TOE NARROW TOE You Can Trust Our Service Baer- Alter Co. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA iff it t Til Saturday Specials One pound special Coffee 19c One pound May Belle Coffee ;jrc One large package Corn Flakes 16c One pound can Red Salmon, Hat , 25c Apricots, per Gallon 79c Blackberries, per gallon $1.15 Black Raspberries, per gallon $1.45 Pitted Cherries, per gallon $1.85 Aunt Jemima Pancake Flour, 4 pounds 50c Goochs' Pancake Flour, 4 pounds 45c Sweet Potatoes, per pound 10c Cranberries, per pound 20c Small Hebe Milk, per can 6c Small Enzo Milk, per can 5c Fleishman Yeast, three cakes for 10c Sirloin, Round and T-bone Steaks, per pound 25c Roiling Beef, from 8c up Roasts, per pound 15 to 20c Breakfast Bacon, Swift's, per pound 30c Skinned Hams, per pound 21c DRESSED AND LIVE HENS AND CHICKENS FRESH FISH CALL FOR THE TICKETS ON THE FORD. Rodger's Grocery E K 'ft 1. V . ,"" ' - i v S I 1 "open house" tonifrht at the Alliance ' country club. One of the most pleas ant entertainments ever piven at the club is expected to be enjoyed by the members and their jruets. A f-pecial-ly prepared dinner will be a feature of the occasion. , Mis Janice Adams, Josephine Wil son, Katherine Harris, Kdna Mae Mil ler, Helen Young and Dolly Dailey, member of Kinunka eampflre, are entertaining the rest of Kinunka this evening at the home of their guardian, Mrs. Geo. I Burr, jr., at the McDon ald apartment, at a six-thirty o'clock dinner. The dinner Is planned, cooked and served by the girls themselves in order to win their first honor toward the Firemnker's rank of the Campfire girls. Other members of Kinunka will take their turn at similar activities, as such group of girls must serve two dinners, serving a different menu and taking a different part of the work each tl... The next dinner in the sories will he served at the home of Mrs. E. L. Potarf, assistant guardian, within the next week or two. i Mrs. C. H. Worster and daughter, Viola, of St. Paul, Minn., are visiting at the home- of Mr. ami Mrs.. F. W. Hicks. Mrs. Worst er is a hister of Mrs. Hicks. Mrs. Worster expects to leave Tuesday for California to spend the winter, but Miss Viola will remain here for the winter. i Lloyd C. Thomas ha accepted an in vitation to speak at the Kleventh an nual convention of the Nebraska State Irrigation association, to be held in Bridgeport on December 7, S and !. The subject of his talk will be. "Op portunities of Western Nebraska". i A. I Hofinot of Carwith, la., is spending a few days in Alliance on business in connection with a farm re cently purchased here. Mr. Hofinot is a retired Uwa farmer and recently moved to California to make his home but says he does not like the country there. He says he is very much pleased with the country around Alli ance, and thinks he has one of the best farms in the county. E. A. Beckwell, former old time rancher of Antioch, and little daughter were in Alliance Wednesday on their way to Antioch. Mr. Beckwell moved to Washington several years ago. He will spend a few weeks here visiting old friends and attending to business. Mr. Beckwell still owns a nice ranch near Antioch. i Harry Thiele is having a "Win the Ford" sale this week. He's selling standard goods at reduced prices, giv ing a Ford ticket with each dollar pur chase. 92 Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Scott, former residents of Antioch who moved to the new town of Lyman, Neb., last year, were in Alliance Thursday. They have rented their property in Lyman and will probably locate in Alliance or Scottsbluff f'r the winter. Walter Perrv. for the Dast fix months niom ietor of the VanGraven studio, is leaving tomorrow for Craw- ord, where ne win conauci me Lumiere studio. Mr". Perry has made many friends here during hia brief, stay who regret seeing him leave, r Mr dtiiI Mit F.Hwjii-fl MeNultv. wlio don hon ennJinir r month's honev- moon in California, returned Friday morning. Mrs. MclMuity was lormer- ly Miss Agnes wewoerry. WANTED Practical nursing or day work. Phone 234. H. F. Thiele left Thursday for a few davs' business trip to Bayard. r.enrp- l.pidv who ha. been very ill for some time, is making a nice re covery. T nn Tmnkle o fthe Famous Cloth ing rnmnnnv arrived in the city this morning from a trip to Denver. t T Hirst fit Tinton. Mo., is in the visiting visiting at the home of his aon. H. Hist ami tamiiy. fu P .T Potprunn entertained the A'A 1 ." . i. - " teachers of the city schools at a Ken sington Saturday afternoon. TV. f v. Ind:es aid will serve chick en dinner and roast beef supper at the Armory, Saturday. 50c per meal. Be ginning at 11 a. m. 91-82 Robert Atz. formerly employed by the Northwestern railroad shops in rn Wvn i-psiirned his position there and has taken a position with the BuW.nglon in Alliance. Calvin D. Walker, manager of the' a u .innps Cri. left Tuesday for a few days' business trip to Hastings, j Mrs. Herman Peters of Hay Springs was in Alliance inur.-uay on a shopping trip. Mrs. E. J. Hickey and daughter,' Mrs. Frank Harris, of Maryland were in the city Thursday. Sheriff and Mrs. J. M. Miller return ed Tuesday from Kearney, where they have been visiting for the past few ,i,.vi Mrs Miliar' sister returned with them and will make her home here. Mr. Pemberton of Council Grove, Kas., arrived Thursday to attend to gome business matters here. H. C. Smith, proprietor of the Pot ash garage of Antioch, was in the city Wednesday on business. David Miller of Maryland arrived Thursday for a few days' visit with relative and friends. Mrs. H. A. DuBu(ue underwent a throat operation Wednesday at the hospital. She is getting along nicely. Paul Red Feather, son of Chief Red Feather, was taken to the hospital Thursday. j Rufus Jones, of Minatare, is spend ing a few days in Alliance on business. Prospe o Am y pedals for the arvest estiva H Every woman attending the Festival will find something that she will need for the winter wardrobe for herself or for the girls at a wonderful saving in these and other specials. Ask for Ford ticket. All Winter FURS Reduded 1-3 of the original price for this occasion. Cambray Wool Scarfs Worth $10.50 to $20.00, special $4.49-$6.69-$9.38 Boys and Girls Hats & Caps $1 to $3 Silk, Jersey and Taffata PETTICOATS AND BLOOMERS $4.50 Silk Jersey Sweaters All shades, values up to $13.75, special at $5.00 New Fall and Winter Silk and Cloth Dresses $10.95 $18.75 $24,75 MILLINERY EXTRA SPECIAL Trimmed, Sailor and Sport Hats, SPECIAL AT $2.98 and $4.98 I s 4 Highland-Holloway Co. SEVEN