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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1921.
j K. K. K., in Kountry Klub parlance for the nonce, doesn't mean anything vorne than Kome, Kome, Kome. The , members of the klub have received in vitation.", headed m this mysterious way, is now employed in a Billings, Mont., theater. a show; and fourth, that it Is militant putting on aggressive campaign to win converts, whereas it ought to make people better by its silent exam pie. Hoth these writers, representing widely tiilrerent professions, indicate that the church is a failure and give their reasons for thinking so. Doth are direct and unfounded at tacks on the church, and they will be answered next Sunday night at the Methodist church by the pastor, Rev, Mean c smith, in n sermon entitled "Is the Church a Failure?" Harry ihieie sells a counh syrup that is certainly a go-getter for coughs Joy C. Parker of the Herald force nTU coI,S it Thiele's Mentholated will leave tonieht on a two weeks v Syrup of White Tine with Tar. Just lor the Halloween party to be cation trip, during which time he will BPK: Ior inieies cougn byrup, they ll ye pulled on Monday evening of next veek. F.laborate plans have been made for the entertainment of the memlers and their geusts, for the Hallowe'en party will be another "open house" af fair. The merrymakers will carry out the K. K. K. scheme, and are kom- several days this week on a business manded to appear klad in sheets and j trip and combatting an attack of the visit at his home in Nebraska Citv and take in the American Legion con-' ention at Kansas City. I know what you want pillow cases. The entertainment will take place between the house of 6 and 12, and is konfidently expekted to be the chief social event of the . Hallo we'en season.. . The B. Y. P. U. of the Baptist church will hold an unusual Hallowe en party at the church this evening. Any young people who desire to enjoy a clean good time will be marie welcome. The girls will bring a pumpkin pie apiece and the boys will each bring thirty-five cents, to pay for the apples and cider. A number of hard drinkers of sweet cider are expected . A num ber of surprising and unusual stunts will comprise the program, and the unfortunate young people who are not present will miss an exceedingly pleas ant evening. Lawrence Kemmish, son of City Manager and Mra. N. A. Kemmish, entertained the members of Boy Scout troop No. 1 at a Halloween party 'at his home Thursday evening, following a business meeting of the scouts. About thirty were present It was an exceptional Halloween party, with all sort sof thrills, provided by ghost sto- . ries under a sodium light and contact with live doorknobs and other unex pected places. Miss Alice Carlson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Carlson of thia city, was married to Oscar Maret, editor of the Independent at Thermopylis, Wyo., at that city on Sunday. Miss Carlson is deputy county clerk at Thermopylis. The Bride has a number of friends in the city who wish her and her husband much happiness. Buy your meat at Mel otlT&l K?i7h vin's Market. It's strictly in.on. 508 Box Butte Av Judge L. A. Berry is signally hon ored this week by an initation from Charles Patterson, general secretary of Omaha Scottish Rite bodies (to at tend the reunion there November J4 tiext and take part in the degree work for th tenth degree. The letter in forms the judge that a negative an swer will not be considered. hives. Rev. and Mrs. Andrew Dodge plan to leave Sunday night for Kansas City to attend the national American L gion convention. M .D. Nolan and Norman Newberry leu inursday night for Lincoln, a hey exneci convention tore returning. Miss Nina Nation, high school teacher, underwent an operation for appendicitis at the hospital Thursday morning. She is reported as doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. James Emerson went to Omaha Sunday for a few days' visit with friends, returning Wednesday. The Married People's dancing club will hold a Halloween dance at the city armory Saturday evening. Mrs. Ben Price of Hemingford is spending a few days in Alliance vis iting friends. The Christian Endeavor of the Pres byterian church will give a Hallowe'en party at the church this evening. The ladies' guild of the Episcopal church will hold a food sale Saturday afternoon at the Duncan grocery. This has been implied by two maga- z ne articles that nave Deen witieiy read in recent months. One in the No i.nmhm. isciia nf the Woman's Home Walter Hied sine Will eniertain I : k rnllina en- the Presbyterian choir this evening-at tit)elf "Preaching' to Capacity." The a 7 o'clock dinner. The guest list .n- writer represents himself as the pre cludes Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hewitt, prietor of a thriving motion picture Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Bald, Dr. and Mrs. show with a capacity of 816 people, F. J. Petersen, Mr. and Mr3. Ponatn, Tms he fils six or seven times a day, Mr and Mrs J. S. Rhein, Mr. and Mrs. for Myen daya the week. One Sun Herman Nelson, Miss Avis Joder, Miss jay jght he went to a church across Lulu Sturgeon and Jay Vance. the street, the first time he had been . ' to church in ten years, and found Mr. and Mrs. Henry Davis entertain- forty-0ne persons present He then ed a few friends at a 6:30 Hallowe en tries to tell the parson the reason for dinner Thursday evening. Following nj8 failure, and the principles he must the dinner the guests were entertained g0od. The other article with musi cand games. Those prcs-(wa3 written in the Century magazine cnt were Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Drake by Dr. Frank Crane, well known writer, who has Deen a minister ior thirty years. At one time he was pastor of the First Methodist church of Omaha. His article is entitled, "The Four Immoralities of the Church". They are, first, it is exclusive, it does not mciuae uie uau us wen mc rood: second, that it is respectable, containing the better class of people in a community; third, that it is free, that it ought to charge admission like and daughter, Mardell, Miss Leona Shreve and J. C. Parker. W. W. Thompson of Kansas Citq, Mo., who was taken suddenly ill while Thar- tn attend the funeral of bis daughter-in-law, Mrs. H. W. Thomp-not include the bad as well as the son, has recoverea sunicienuy iu w able to return to his home. Booze Runners Captured. UKAttu island uooze runners between Canada and a dozen Nebras ka towns is a regular hauling business, with set routes, lists of customers, slopping places and time schedules, just like any legitimate callinir this to attend the American Legion was ""ered in Grand Island Mon tion at Kansas City, Mo., be-j by the ret and eonfeamons of vim auu vctvi am u i I'll V vryjTr: uii" ners from Harve, Mont. Books and memorandums containing the names of 12 to 15 of the leading citizens in more than a dozen Nebraska towns were taken from Auld and Murphy by Chief of Police Martin and Federal Prohibition Agents Tom Carroll and Augene Battin. The two confessed these lists were their "customers. They admitted without hesitancy that bringing in liquor was their "busi ness." "I've been in the hauling busi ness for over a year, Auld revealed. "I make one trip every two weeks, bringing in 16 cases on each load." The fact that he "had his way bought" most of the distance through the Da kotas and Montana accounted for the fact that he escaped detection so long, he stated. "We have no trouble cross ing the border from Canada at all," he told the officers. "We have clear driving for about 200 miles before we encounter any trouble." The first ob stacle is to cross a certain river on a ferry, he stated "After that we have to be careful at all bridges, for most of them are guarded. Buy your meat at Mel Yin's Market, It's strictly union. 508 Box Butte Ave "Cancer Week" to Be Observed. LINCOLN The first week In No vember will be known as "cancer week," and meetings will be held sll over the country during that period. It will be a school of instruction for medical men and also the public. A district society for the control of can cer has bee norganized with Dr. James J. Breuer, secretary; Dr. J. J. Horn pes, member of lecture committee; f'r, H. J. Lehnoff, district organizer; Lr. Clarence Emerf on, member of the pub licity committee . Meetings will be held in Lincoln and over Lancaster county to educate the people concern ing the disease. In literature sent ott the statement is made that cancer cim be cured in its early stages by surgery and often by x-ray treatments. It i reported that more people over forty years die of cancer than of pneumonia, tuberculosis or typhoid fever. It jets out that one woman in e'ght and me man in fourteen, over forty, dies of cancer. Josephine Wright, secretary of Job's Daughter's, will entertain the De Molay chapter, Saturday evening at 7 p.m. Rev. Mearl C. Smith Will Answer Charges Church Is a Failure The first of a series of Elks dances will be held this evening at the Elks home. It is a Hallowe'en affair, ini i oYnerted to be one of the social events of the month. Elaborate prep-1 arations have been made to make this series of dances successful.- Matt S. Brennan of Gilette, Wyo., arrived Wednesday for a few days'1 visit with Alliance friends. Mr. Brennan was formerly . employed by the Morgan Grovery company. He left today for Bridgeport on lm way home. I Buy your meat at Me! vin's Market. It's strictly union. 508 Box Butte Ave. gtn8 E. C. Drake returned Thursday' from Lincoln and other eastern points. He attended the session of the grand lodge of the I. O. O. F. at Lincoln and then went on to Omaha and his old home in Iowa to visit relatives anu. friends. Mrs. S. W. Thompson left the first of the week for Seward, where she attended the sessions of the conven tion of the Nebraska federation of woman's clubs as a delegate from the Alliance Woman's club. She will visit in Omaha before returning. James Hoffland, Harry Goosby and G. A. Smith arrived from Chadron Thrusdny for a few days' hunting in the sandhills. They report a heavy snowfall at Chadron Tuesday and Wednesday. Dr. C. E. Slagle left Tuesday for Kansas City, Mo., where he will at tend a meeting of the Missouri Valley medical society. He expects to return to Alliance Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Miller returned this morning from Chicago. Mr. Wil ier was called there two weeks ago by the illness of his sister, and Mrs. Miller joined him a week ago. j O. B. Adkins left last night for Omaha for a few days' business trip. Raymond Chase of Peru, Neb., ar rived Wednesda yfor a few days' visit with his brother, Gaylord. j H. C Keach, former organist at the Imperial theater, arrived in Alli ance this noon for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Johnson. Mr. Keach Cold Weather Is Candy Weather The crisp days make one want some sweet stuff and we have anticipated the wishes of our patrons with a big supply of Peanut Candy, lb 20c Peanut Brittle, lb. .20c COCOANUT BRTTLE, NUT CARAMELS, PECAN and ENGLISH WALNUT CRISP FRENCH NOUGAT, ALL KINDS TAFFY SPECIAL Everybody can eat Taffy at this price, all flavors, lb. 15c Special Prices on Mail Orders and Special Orders Over 10 pounds. Alliance Candy Store Phone 27 S. P. Jackson " '""in i hum inn Hiiiniiim City Manager's Corner (By N. A. KEMMISH) The bills for electric Igiht and power are due and payable November 1. The last day of discount will be November 10. Since the bills this time are for a 1 month and a half instead of for one; month they are considerably higher than ordinary. After this month the' bills will w fin- and the discount will be from the 1st ' to the 10th inclusive of each month.; If bills nro tint naiil l.xr Vim ! h ice may be di.continued. me receni rains nave left our streets in bad shape. We hava been I WOl'Kinc hnnl In iinf thorn in .r..l shllllA lwifm-A u inln. ki.t i ...ill I necessary for us to go over tliein igain now before they freeze. mi . . . . . me men are ulill working ftt the OUt thpra U'hirh va unnt in An l.fito cold weather pets in. Messrs prague & Niscly, contractors fnt t Vi o nnvinir AvniM.t.il i 1 n ... 4Ur.i. men here before this to repair places neeumg auenuon in ine paving but on account of the threatened railway strike they have been delayed and will not reach here before fuimotimA nt week. New potato sacks, in any quantity. 0'B a n n o n & Neuswanger. 96tf RUNNING WATER. There was a Rurorise artv on T. O. Myers and family last Sunday. . All the members of the community gath ered at the school house, then pro ceeded to their home. Each brought well filled dinner baskets and after the bountiful dinner spent the afternoon with visiting and music. 1m A. Bowser and family visited with the home folks Sunday evening in Hemingford. The Farmers' Union met at the home of Ralph Hopkins Friday even ing. After the business meeting a light luncheon was served by the hostess, Mrs. Grather, Bowser and Hopkins. The committee appointed for the next social evening were Mrs. John Jelinek, Jr., Mrs. Ralph Hopkins and Mrs. Louis Wanek. The jolly neighbors' club are plan ning to have a Halloween supper and bazaar at their school house on Octo ber 29. The proceeds for the benefit of the Nebraska Children's Home so ciety. District No. CO has been giving their school house the "once over," the walls being painted and the wood work varnished, window lights put in, also a new door. When the new desks are installed the pupils will feel like they are in a new school room. Ive Myers returned home this week after helping Clarence and Scott Slaymater dig their potatoes. 1 O. Myers is the champion spud rais er in this vicinity as the spuds aver aged 185 bushels for each of 5 acres. J IK a GIFTS TKAT LAST ' $13.98 Buys a Chest of Silver This Week at Thiele's GUARANTEE If by any chance, this sil ver causes you any dissatis faction, we will cheerfully and eagerly replace the articles with brand new pieces. 6 Knives 6 Forks 6 Tablespoons 6 Tablespoons 1 Butter Knife 1 Sugar Shell WONDERFUL VALUE Only through special ar rangement, are we able to sell this filver at such an excep tionally low price. A complete supply of Halloween dec orations. Come in and see them. For Your Cough and Cold Try THIELE'S MENTHOLAT ED SYRUP OF WHITE PINE WITH TAR COUGH SYRUP. THIELE'S Tht Stort With Guaranttt Without Rid Tap B .Better SATURDAY You can save the family pocketbook many dollars in the course of a month if you watch for specials at this store. We sell for cash, sell on a narrow margin and. leave it to a large volume of business to earn us our Pront- i '.:4M't'ti:O'0;illi!nakicf Get Your Share of Bargains at This Store CASH BUYING MEANS MONEY SAVED LOTS OF SPECIALS AT LOW PRICES ALL, KINDS OF GROCERIES AND MEATS AL WAYS HIGH QUALITY ALWAYS GOOD MEASURE. WE DELIVER TO ANY PART OF THE CITY. PHONE US AT No. 589 Morgae Grocery Co. UHtM'ltSJt