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" THE ALLIANCE HERALD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1921.
I Nebraska' News Notes ) Stung, by Mail Order Mount. ANSELMO Robert Kesel of An nrlmo if a man who has great faith in the tte railway commission. At leapt, he has written to that bxly asking: it to hoi paid In their home near Tobias, February 21, 1917, and who in totally blind from a self-inflicted jrun wound, took the witness stand in the district court Monday in the trial strainst Max hroeder and Henry Pimper, former Mloon keeper of Daykin and Ohiowa In a suit against them for $2,V)00 dnmaRes for loss of his eye-right. Kraus blames the defendant for sell- njr him liquor which he alleged caused In We seise the vessel, mance springs. Due to a ball-up on the part of the film exchange, the photoplay, "Dan gerous Curve Ahead," a Rupert Hughes drama which has attracted ... ... - ,u:-K . V . ... . m it . i Z C- IiUK'icn mania miutii uua nunnwd lp him get back U h.m to kill his family and shoot him- considerable interest from the fans, lart April to a mail order f-.iwif. The witness recounted the killing did not arrive for showing Wednesday at Detroit for one of its creations 0f his wife and children. After he announced, and in consemiPnr w There Is also the vaudeville for Sun day, consisting of Allaire, comedy Juggler of no mean ability; Rogers and Gallay, who offer "The Angel of r.'n)irii-i v th rovel specinl pcen ery, a story of a gunman and opium . ..u ...a teioi.iiation by a Salva- on army taps; Runypn and Trent, the boys who put the 'U' In fun and the fun in 'lT; and Junius and Upton, Out of this a ro- "Luring Lips" Is the attraction for American skirts are to stay short, Mondav. The storv has its locale in Insuring at least one winter'a topic of ' New York City, with the intrigue of conversation. Wall street playing an important , part. The auction that confronts tne star Is absorbingly interesting "Is the love of a huand in prison worth $ 00,000 cold cash!" rany at ueiroii lor one i i 01 nis wue ana cnnaren. Aiwr ne a ann0unced, and in consequence was comedy novelty act. comprising many wiiini i!i "i ,.. - -- i nmi riur.1 iiirm, i. i"; u Kie jor i nursuay ana t naay. factory, ine railway wmmiv.i upon nimseir, nut railed in nis attempt w, be Aown for the time t0 no auinoruy over non-iwiunn '""ai Hen aesirucuon aiier snooting mm- riieht. i Keif twice in the head. Kraus is thirty " years old and said that he had drunk . ti u -i... wn.. . .v to excess since boyhood. Iheir home .... ... Moli, ., t. ?' Khnvirn fnr nnm was on a farm two miles south of I ', " o. .Li-.. t- il i x?Ji Tnhin. If tKtiflvl that h una ' covuiua,, i.i F.c.c ui. i i drunk when he committed the deed. The Jury returned a verdict against him after four hours deliberation. It new and original tricks on the wire. A girl with money to burn can al ways find a match. Most of the road accidents are occa sioned by an admixture of gasoline and solid ivory. We have just unloaded a second car of new potato sacks and we can fill your order for any amount 0'Bannon & Neuswanger manufacturers. It can do nothing lor Mr. Kcscl. He says in his letter that 'hi.ru tvn a miarantee to refund the money if the stove didn't turn out to l.e all right. He shipped it back to the factory' and wrote several times for the money, which never came. In stead, he got a letter that the stove hail been retested and reshipped, but he has never got it either, and at the present time he la out both the stove and the cash. Child Brave In Accident. HASTINGS After having her left aim severed when run over by a freight train, 8-year-old Kdna Bern hardt walked three blocks to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bernhardt. Kdna ; and her brother, Beuden, 6, had been missing for sev eral hours and, aroused by Mrs. Bern hardt, the neighbors were searching for the children. She was walking along bravely though covered with hlood, and carrying her doll, when es pied by a neighbor who caught Edna tip in her arms. At the Mary Lanning hospital, it is said the child is not out cf danger. ... Her only explanation is that she wanted to see the airplanes. An air plane frolic was on some distance away. The arm of the little girl was later found lving between the rails on the Missouri Pacific The crushing of the arm nartlv closed the arteries and the dust assisted in coagulating the blood, stopping the flow. On her cot at the hospital. Edna hugs her doll and has not cried yet Her little brother was playing in a cornfield when the train ran over his sister and did not ece the accident. Stock Salesmen Play Safe. LINCOLN In his quest for Infor mation from citizens that would help to run down shady stock promotion pchemes, Chief TouVelle of the state securities bureau has obtained aome data from an unexpected source. He has been called upon by certain per sons, apparently anxious to "beat the irrand iurv to it." who made a clean breast of the methods which they em Dloved in persuading Investors to buy their stocks. This happened while TouVelle and his assistants were checking up confidential tips which came to them in response to the re cent appeal to the public for such per tinent facts as individual citizens could furnish. Some of those who had ac tively promoted the sale of securities jrot wind or inquiries being made by the bureau and came in to tell Tou Velle all about their activities. The securities bureau chief is glad to get information, even in this way. i hut he prefers to receive ' it, inde Kendently of those who may come within the scope of the grand jury in vestigation. He hopes to hear from persons who have been victimized, so that necessary evidence be worked VP for presentation to the grand Jury when it meets. TouVelle is getting ome stuff which is outside the scope of his bureau. It will be turned over to the proper officials for attention. Names of informants are kept as con fidential. Prize Fighter a Check Artist SIDNEY A young man giving hia name as Rivers and claiming to be a prize fighter arrived in Sidney Thurs day afternoon and some time that evening forged the name of D. R. Campbell, local implement dealer, to a check and forged the endorsement of F. L. Whitelock to it and cashed It at the Western Drug Co. store. He left town on the next westbound train. He claimed to know Omaha men who were acquainted in Sidney and used this as means of establishing a connection and getting the names of men here. Up to date, he has not been apprehend ed. Curbing Crime at Columbus. COLUMBUS Using the ounce of preventive, this city has made finan cial arrangements in the way of ap propriations for a night patrol of ten extra police who will, for an indefinite period patrol the streets as a safe guard against the hold-up epidemic which they conclude will be the lot of the towns of lesser sice after this type of rough has been banished from the larger cities. A hold-up at the edge of the city Sunday night during which four men used guns on a citizen, se curing a highly prized watch and $13 in cash, resulted in a citizens caucus with the result that these preventive measures were immediately adopted. The information comes from the un derworld direct that its denizens are studying maps of the country, seeing the handwriting on the wall that the big towns are gradually but surely forcing them out They then towns of from five to twenty thousand inhabitants, knowing that for the most part cities of that size have little occasion or not enough funds for more than one or two night patrolmen. The action of Columbus in going to an expense of this kind is looked upon here as the height of economy as' prevention against possible loss of life and property. The plan enables the emolovment of a nieht desk force that will be an aid to other cities in the ouick dissemination of criminal news. Columbus has been so free from crime that, according to County Attorney Otto Walter, there has been but three Cases of criminal prosecution in more than two years, and he does not pro pose to relax vigilance. ( We have just unloaded a I second car of new potato sacks and we can fill your order for any amount. 0'Bannon & Neuswanger. day and Saturday, as advertised. Mr. Beach tells of the dread winter of upper Alaska which defends upon the country. The furious cold shuts men and women up tight in their cabins and grinds into their minds a terrible despair the spectre of monotony. In his atmosphere, trivial incidents pre exaggerated beyond their importance, and rage names up on the slightest pretext Ihis is the background for the wonderful story of love, adventure, furious revenge and golden romance. Viola Dana In "The Offshore Pir ate", is the Sunday feature. The Btory tells of Ardita Farnam, young, rich and beautiful, whose heart has gone to a scheming foreigner who cleverly plots for her money. Her relations realize what a rogue he is, but Ardita is adamant and intends to marry him. In despair, they cantrive a plan. Toby Moreland, a happy-go- lucky fellow, boards Ardita's yacht with a handful of cut throats, and iitf.artnwiii 1 SfrS&Wa t mi to tone and strengthen the, rgana f digestion and elimination. Improve pootlto, to oiok hoadaehoa, rallovo bit louanst, eorroct eonatipatlon. Thoy act oromatly. ioaaantly, mildly, yei thoroughly. Tomorrow Alright 25o. Bex ALLIANCE DRUG CO. THE UNIVERSAL CAR To the business man, retail or wholesale; to the manufacturer; to the commis sion man; to the trucking company, the Ford Model T One Ton Truck makes an irresistible appeal because it has in its chassis all the merits of the original Ford car; the wonderful Ford Model T Motor, the dependable Vanadium steel chassis, and the manganese bronze worm-drive. A strongly built truck that serves satisfactorily and lasts in service If these statements were not truer the demand for Ford. Trucks wouldn't be so constantly on the increase. We will be pleased to take your order for one or more Ford Trucks, will see that you get reasonably prompt delivery, and will give you an after service that insures the constant service of the Truck. But don't wait too long. Get your order in promptly. , Coursey & Miller 1 Sues Former Saloonkeeper. LINCOLN Rudolph Krus, under sentence of life imprisonment for mur dering his wife and two small children WIN $1,000:22 Solve this "D-Word1; Puzzle Picture How Many Names of Visible Objects in This Picture Begin With the Letter "D" Thousands of weak, run-down men and women have reported astonishing ffnina in weiirht from the use of Tan- lue. P. E. Holsten. 95 jjiii!inniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiMiHiiMitiiiiiiiiiiniaiiiiiiiiiiinu A Bank Account Is Your Best Protection As you go oh through life you will find no stauncher friend than your bank account. It's tried and true and never "fails you. Should adversity be thrust upon you, should the doctor come to your home, should a busi ness opportunity arise -you can always fall back on your bank account A dollar will tart an accountwhy wait? Many of your neighbors deposit with us j weekly, why not YOU? We Pay 5 Interest on Time Deposits ' ' ' First National Bank Alliance, Nebraska THINK OF IT! ONE THOUiANtj DOLLARS to the person who quulifles and is awarded First Prlxel The solution of this Puzzle Picture depends only on your ability to find the list of nauies of visible objwts and articles, that begin with the letter "D." Iteud the rules below. The answer having the nearest correct list of names will be awarded First Prize. The second nvurest correct list, the Second Prize, etc. COSTS NOTHING TO TAKE PART. 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Our new yearly subscription rats food only within oo miles. from Omaha. SEND FOR AN ENLARGED COPY OF THIS PICTURE ON FINE BOOK PAPER." COPY FREE. Observe These Rules: j ' t. Any man. woman or child, exoept those residing In Omaha and Council Bluffs and sxcept thoss who are umiiloyed by the World Herald, may submit answers la this contest. X. All answers must be mailed by Dostofflce cloalns time November 12th. 121. to Earl B. Oaddia. Puxzle to Manager of the World Herald. S. All lists of names should be whltten on one side of the paper and oases must bo numbered.' 4. Contestants must write their full names In upper right band corner of each sheet sent la. Letters tne manager should be written on separate sheets. S. Only such words as appear In the English Dictionary will bo counted. Do not use obsolete words, however. Where the singular Is used, the plural cannot bo counted, or vice versa. $. 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Special Reduced Subscription Rate for Daily and Sunday World: Herald On Year This Is a reduction of S3 1-3 as cora- pared to tho rate In effect April 25, '21. BOOSTER'S COUPON. EARL B. QADOI8. Pussie Msnagor, Tho World-Herald. Omaha, Nob. Inclosed please find f for tho Dally and qualify my answer for tho Big Bonus Awards. Sunday t World-Herald to Send pspor to ths address bolo'vi Name Postofflcs R. F. O. or St. No. Stato If renewal, pin label hero. Or give data to start pspor. Send pspsr to ths sddress bslowi Name Postofflcs R. F. O. or St. No. &ta to If renewal, pin label hero. Or give dte to start paper Note: Wake all Checks. Money Orders or Drafts payable to Uta order of the World-Herald. NOT TO INDIVIDUALS. QZT IN THE GAME TONIGHT. CON1 EST CLOSES NOVEMBER 12, 1921