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THE ALLIANCE HERALD. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1921
SEVEN f Jmr Ml- JZrwi Lvery woman in the county is cli rjble to compete in the contest for the rnoHt popular lady, to be derided on the last night of the baxar given for St. Agnes academy at the roof garden next week. Two prizes will be offered, the first a remarkably beautiful Cluny embroidered luncheon cloth, and the second prize a hand painted silk pillow. This contest is expected to be one of the big features of the bazar. Final preparations have been made this week to make the St. Agnes Acad emy bazaar a decided success. There will be twelve booths representing the following: Religious articles, needle work, towels, aprons, toys, candy, dolls, fancy articles, notions, parcel post; rompers, dresses, etc; live stock. In addition to the list of articles re corded in the last issue the following were received: milk cow, John Dough erty; cow, John Dougherty; Children's riding pony, John Doughertv; Dinner Set, 42 pieces, Glen Miller; $10 worth of merchanrise, National 5 and 10c Store; Beef roast, Mallery's.; Pork roast, Rodgers; Weiners, Palace Meat Market; Veal Roast, Morgan's; Pork roast, Duncan's; Beef roast, Sanitary Meat Market; $20, John Fay; Printed matter, The Times; Printed matter, The Herald. Mrs. Wiker has offered her services during the dancing program. Mrs. Robert L. Johnstone, and Mrs. George E. Mintzer entertained at a 1M0 luncheon Thursday at the home of the former, 803 Cheyenne, in honor of Mrs. Axel Johnson of Mason City, la.,, and Mrs. Mary Blaine of OoukI.u, Wyo. The tables were decorated vilh yellow and white chrysanthemums. A , delightful four-course luncheon vusj serveo, louowing wnicn Alonte Uurlo whist was the entertainment for the afternoon, Mrs. Blain Beckwith won the high score and Mrs. Joe O'Connor the free-for-all. The guest list in cluded Mesdame Axel Johnson, Maiy Bain, William Mitchell, H. E. -Tjntz, F. E. Holsten, Bernard Holsten, Islaine Beckwith, Marvin Dickinson, Fred Feugins, R. L. Harris, Joe O'Connor, William O'Keefe, Edward O Keefe, Dave Kauffman, Clarence Schifer, Bert Duncan, D. C. Bradbury, A. G. Smart, E. I Potarf, George Burr, George Rowe, J. S. Rhein, I. E. Ttsh, James Koehler, L. C. Thomas, A. B. Sturgeon, Lee Basye, Andrew Dodge, H. A. Copsey, Harry E. Sims, Dewey Donovan. George Madden, W. M. J-in-negan, Fred Gurley and Miss Irene Rice. turned Wednesday from nn extended trip through the south. Amonir the places of interest visited were Bir mingham, Ala., Chattanooga, Tenn., Meriden, Miss., and Memphis, Tenn. The Boy Scouts held their regular meeting last night and after the meet ing they had a weiner roast at the fair grounds. They planned to have an overnight hike this week-end to their camp at Broncho lake. The Scottish Rite club will give a Holloween party at the Masonic tem ple W'ednesday evening, October 2fi. All members are invited and each lady is expected to bring enough lunch for two. E. G. Reeves and wife of Madisn, Neb., are making a visit at the home of C. G. Reeves and wife near Alliance. True Miller ami Jack Mettlan re turned Wednesday from a weeks' business trip to ScottsblufT. Mrs. H. P. Holt and Mrs. F. II. Smith of Antioch were Alliance shop pers Thursday. Mrs. Lillian Hobbs, chief operator of the Antioch exchange, is in the city today. Mrs. George Milbum returned Tuesdav from their homestead in Wyoming. 1 INCOMPATIBILITY By HELEN WAITK MUNRO. Twentv-five memhprs nf All! post No. 7, American Legion, met for, the regular monthly dinner and meet ing at th Palm Room of the Alliance noiei at o:ao p. m. Thursday. Dr. Minor Morri3, post commander, gave a report of the state legion convention, to which he was a delegate. The le gion men then made plans for a cele bration of armistice day. Arrange ments have been made with H. A, DuBuque to have Legion Night at the Imperial. Two special film attrac tions have been secured, one of which is "The Great Redeemer," a feature film depicting some interesting adven tures in the life of a train bandit. The picture has been screened for Legion representatives, all of whom are en thusiastic over it. The other feature of the Armistice day celebration will be a dance at the roof garden follow ing the movie performance. Appointments of committees to stage the dance and arrange for sales of tickets for the moving picture per formance have been announced as follows: Dance Ed Burr, Hershman, George Mintzer, Bert Duncan nnd Wickes. Ticket sale for movies D. C. Bradbury, Ed Reardon, Tom Gee, Cor ney and Windham. The third annual dinner of Po.st M, T. P. A., will be held at he armory in Alliance at 7 p. m. Saturday. One hundred and fifty ducks have been Slaughtered and will be served on the occasion. National President William O'Neill of Denver, State President Earl O. Eager of Lincoln, National Director N. Stanley Brown of Omnha and Jack Hawes of Alliance, first vice president of the state association, will be present. Following the dinner end talks by local and visiting T. V. A.'s, the evening will be spent in dancing. Dr. Dillon, of the state board cf health, is in Alliance today. This morning in company with City Man ager Kemmish and other city officials he inspected the city septic tank end will make recommendations in regard to it later. - Following this, he ed dressed the teachers' insitute, in ten sion at the high school building. M. C. Hubbell of Denver was in Al liance yesterday, coming in his big Mercer automobile. (tiX 111. by McClur N.w.p.r Brdici.) .Love was dead, dead I .Not even a bint of the memory of love remained in the cold (ray eyes of the woman descending the steps from the oflice of the big lawyer, nor In the absent brown ones of her husband as be glanced hastily at his watch with a view to the quickest possible return to business. Something In hl tired face, however, drew out In ber a trace of the divine maternal that exists In every woman, but especially In those who have a tiny grave to remember, ns torrlee Ordway had. MYou must have something to eat before you go back to work, Robert." Mi? told him quickly. "There la a lit tle restaurant Jut across the tracks there. It looks clean. We will go over." Indifferently he ordered the whole some food sbe suggested for him. For l.erself she took only tea and toast Indigestion bad lately addud Itself to ber long 1 1 tit of ailments. He spoke abruptly, between mouth ful. "I suppose Black thought it wns queer for us to go together to find out the steps neceswiry for our di vorce. Strange. I've faced every kind Mrs. J. G. Beck will visit J. -G.'"' business situation alone, but when Hek in Lciui, s. D., Sunday and Mon- " r",!,p ,0 Hso your Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Dudley and daughter of Bingham are guests in the city. day. Members of the Alliance Rotary club will be entertained by the Chad ron State normal college at a 6:30 dinner on Ttaradav evening, Novem ber 3, 192L The dinner will be given in the banquet room of the normal gymnasium. . O. B. Adkins, formerly switchman for the Burlington, who had his shoul der severely injured last May, re- W. G. Wilson of Antioch was a business visitor in Alliance Wednesday. Roy Hoffland and Homer C. Smith of Antioch were in the city Wednes day on business. B. Kohrman of Hemingford was a business visitor in Alliance Thursday. family troubles " he hes!tatcd almost boyishly. The maternal light again softened her eyes, then died to a cold gleam. "It will soon be over." she told him. "Mr. Black can fix It up, you see, without trouble a simple case of In compatibility. You will be free for jour everlasting business business." "And you for your minUorluius and bnihs and eternal computing," he re taliated as he shoved his chair back sharply nnd led the way out. "We ought to have brought the car here with us. You know It makes my PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. For next Sunday. Fellowship Sun day Communion service at 11 a. m. . 1 !iL mrCrmathd " '! letter dav, a membership day, a red, V , , ' B nt Bcrt letter day, a fellowship day. Every u,e irnck9- communicant member of this church! His only answer was a gruff should, i3 possible, be present to secure "Humph J" as he walked slightly of Him and to show their own vital ahead. Then a nor rt II oil gusp from faith. "For as oft as ye eat this bread her caused him to turn quickly. She anu tu-inn mis cup we uo snow me.iiau stooped and waa pulling fran Lord's death till he come. tcu)y ut lhe nee, of her n,gh no6i evening services ;ou. nnuvner ici wship service old songs, specia lowship service-old songs, special "V"" ' .J, "l'": "" " music and echoes of the larger fellow-! ? " tn'"tlnff' worked, shin of our oreat church in our united her tended eyes watching with aw- efforts for our Lord. "Christ for every ful fascination an object bearing life and all of life." You are cordially down . upon . ihem. looming large like invited to attend all these services, stranger but once in this church. A. J. KEARNS, Pastor. Herald Vant Ads Results. tK8niiiiiiiiMntnni:tnMmnm New Brouge Oxfords - h Pi fL $6 In dark brown Calf with a brown heel. Insert in Vamp and Saddle Strap. Welt sole. Mili tar Heel. Also of the new shade of Tan Calf, with Saddle Strap, Welt Sole, Cuban Heel. BLACK KID OXFORDS of a fine Shoe, soft Kid stock, Flexible Welt Sole, Cuban Heel af-$3.50. Tweedie Boot Top Spats in all Shades of Brown, Tan, Grey and Black. Billiken and Edu cator Shoes for Children Horace Bogue Store iHI!HWr Home ancient monster the engine of the through express. In seconds that seemed like houra he exerted every I list atom of bis strength to release her, his m!nd work ing lightning quick to And the cause of her captivity. The high heel simply fitted the railed groove In which It hud slipped. No power on earth could free her In the scant time before that death-deullng monster would be upon them. No knife, even If he had one, could sever quickly enough the lac ings of the high boot I No strength could pull the heel from the strongly made sole. The train was slackening Its ieed now. The engineer bad seen them was trying frantically to stop, but still the monster came, came. The divinely maternal look again transfigured her face. "Jump!" Mie told him. "Get away I" and she tried to push him from her. He grnsMHl the hands that sought to send him to safety. Her expres sion changed to one of perfect trust and love of the girlish appeal that he remembered so well In the daya of their courtship. ', "Robert!" ahe cried, regardless of the oncoming engine. Her eyes were the eyes of the girl of long ago. He gathered her closely In his arms, .lump for safety and leave herT Never! Dorrlee! His wife! The girl of his love! The mother of the child who had left them! What was business! What was all the world! What was life Itself, beside a love like tlili! The monster was close upon them now In spite of the swift work of the horrified men aboard. An Inxtant more and all was over. Silence I Even the noise of the train died away as It came to a full stop. But lovei after all. was not dend. Firct Traveler on Famous Road. The first white man -of whom we have record traversing the route of what Is now the National road was Christopher Gist, who had been living near the North Carolina amte I'ne and who came Into Maryland at (he re quest of ttie Ohio company to explore the land toward the west. He arrlvvd at Will's creek In October. 1740. Will's creek Is a good sized stream flowing into the Potomac at what Is now Cum berland. The Indians knew It as fnicufucue, a name both difficult to spell and pronounce, which led per haps to Its early dixcarduuee. IJmii this stream In a small cove In a great mountain which rises there lived a friendly and influential Indian whom the early traders called Will, prolmhly the nearest English stagger they could mHke at this Indian name. So the stream Calcutucue became WJH'a creek nnd the mountain at Curnt erland Will's mountain and upon the highest liit the body of the Indian. Wilt, was Interred at bis death. Cumberland Evening Times. Not in Hie Line. "Hov do you expluiu your latest theory?" "My dear sir, I am too eminent a scientist to be exjMK-ted to send my time answering qiiestionnuireK." The Ladies Auxiliary of the Presby- Miss Opal Russell, county superin- terian church will hold a haiaar In the church parlors on Thursday, Decem ber 1. 94-95 tendent, returned from Lincoln Thurs day, where she has been attending th Rcbekah grand lodge. Do You Remember the Date of Your Marriage ? Of course, you do. But when that day comes around again, does it bring up that association or do you forjret? Don't commit that unforgivable sin of forgetting the anniversary of your marriage, nor the little gift which helps so much to commemorate that happy day for HER. In choosing a present for her, can you imagine anything she would appreciate more than having her wedding ring, which is now somewhat out of date, made into one of the dainty new engraved bands which are now so much in vogue? This can easily be done and it will be something she will valu? highly. Ask us about it. 300 POPULAR COPYRIGHT BOOKS JUST RECEIVED Many of them by our most favorite authors, such as Zane Grey, li. M. Bower, Gene Stratton Porter, Peter B. Kyne, Rupert Hughes, Wm. . Raine, Eleanor Porter, James Oliver Curwood and others. Come in and pick out your favorite. 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