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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, 'i IjESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1921.
U Nebraska News Notes Ajlal Search Warrant Clause. LINCOLN An attack on the search warrant clause of the Nebraska pro hibitory law 1 Involved in the appeal of William Watson from a $100 fine imposed upon him In Sarpy county, which wan argued in supreme court Saturday. One of the contention" ad vanced by the defense is that a show ing must be made with positive evi dence before a search warrant can be Issued, and that the section authoriz ing its issuance on the affidavit of nn officer or credible freeholder that he has reason to believe the law is be ing violated is unconstitutional. Watson's attorney also claims that a complaint against "John Doe" giving the residence location, is not sufficient to hold his client. The attorney gen eral's ofTice appeared in defense of the statute and insisted that Watson'a con viction was in accordance with the con stitution and the law. Jail for Speeders. OMAHA "Fifteen days in jail"! W Brear, convicted of drunkenness and reckless driving Friday night, received that sentence from Police Judge Wap pich Saturday morning. The war against liquor-crazed tpeedcrs is on. "And they don't have to be drunk to fret a jail sentence," said Judge Wappich. "Any speeder that comes before me will get the same or worse." Drear was convicted of driving an automobile while under the influence of li(Uor. He crashed into a police car at Twenty-eighth ami Pacific streets Friday night. Brear is proprie tor of the Nifty Cleaners, 1613 Leav enworth street, "The streets of Omaha must be made safe for the people. Police and courts can't be too severe with speeders. I favor fail sentences," paid Mayor Dahlman. Elmer Schultz, riding a motor cycle Friday nijrht near the Union station, was struck down by a speeding automobile. The motorist sped on. In line with orders given the police by Chief Dempsey and Inspector Pat- tullo. Captain James McDonald Friday issued orders to his shift to "riddle automobile tires with bullets if drivers lid not atoD when ordered." "A speeder," said the contain; "is the yellowest kind of coward to leave his victim unassisted after running him down." Halt in K. K. K. Organization. OMAHA Further organization of the Ku Klux Klan in Nebraska hai been halted with the departure of F. E, Maxey. king Ideagle and organizer of the order, from the state. Maxey, in a letter to the r . D. Wead Kealty Co. dated November 8, and received No vember 10, notified that company that he was eiving ud the offices rented by him in the Wead-Baldrige building. He further stated that he was going to Kichmond. Va.. and gave the rental company his address there, according to A. 1 Holt of the Wwid com nan v The office was rented by Maxey for the American Publicity association, Holt said. "We naturally thought this to be an advertising agency of some w)rt, and did not learn until recently that the offices were used as the head onarters for the organization of the Ku Klux Klan in the state. Holt said In his letter to the Wead company, "Maxey did not state whether he had been transferred to Richmond. Va.. for similar work there for the Ku Klux Klan, or whether he was going there to enter some other line of work, Mr. iiou stated. CIRCUS DAYS ARE OVER. The circus days of advertising have passed. Each year, so it seems, advertis ing is becoming more believable, milder in tone and more sincere in its appeal. Of course, the new advertiser, be lieving that attention to his busi ness can only be secured through deceit or extraordinary yelling, puts forth his story in that fashion but he learns with time. He will shout from the housetops scream and bellow with the best in tentions in the world, but the re sults do not compensate him for his circu.i methods. Generally this sort of advertiser means no harm, but he wants to be heard and he doesn't realize that the whisper in advertising is more effective than the yell. As he grows with age he learns that red ink isn't as powerful as black; that Gothic type hasn't the magnetic attraction as of yore. And as the years roll around he subdues his language, eliminates superlatives and uses comparative prices less frequently. Haven't you noticed, too, that as advertising grows older; it also grows milder and that results are greater? Meyer-Both Review. Twentieth street, last Wednesday night, died Thursday at 3 p. m. at the Fenger hospital. Dr. Smith is believcvJ to have been knocked unconscious when pushed from the door of the Mc Dermott home, where he is said to have sought to gain entrance. Inves tigation by polire disclosed that Dr. Smith mistook the McDermott home as that of Harvey Hughes, 1809 North twentieth street, a friend, one set of tires. Lovett said that he was only forced to resort to oher means of travel when he was crossing the desert in Utah and there he trav eled by train because of the '.carcity of water. He has no funds from which to draw and makes his evpenjej by doing any kind of work in the towns where he stops. He plans to stay in Lincoln for a short time if he can find employment and is ut present staying at the city mission. "1 wouldnt make that trio ver for any amount1 of money," Loveft rtid when askeu II he enjoyed the journey. Knocked at Wrong Door. OMAHA Dr. I. G. Smith. Blair. Neb., who was found unconscious at the door step of the home of Charles McDermott, city fireman, 1811 North BAPTIST CHURCH. Of course it was another unusual thing, but confess, now that you really enjoyed it. What? When a laboring man got up in the pulpit and talked on "What the laboring Man Has a Right to Expect From the Church." The most significant thing he said was that since coming to our church he had learned that the laboring man needed God. The Sunday school is keeping up fine, with the house full at practically every service, demonstrating that when a man preaches faithfully the oia time gospel as it is round in the Bible, people come and listen. Sev eral additions have come so far and wje are looking for many more this week. Many are asking that we con tinue the meetings at least two weeks longer, but we will close next Sunday and resume the meetings in a pre Easter series. Thi3 has been the method of the pastor and it has built Up the churches, so we shall hold to our own way of workine. Next Sunday the Mann orchestra will furnish the music. The very best singing in the city, we are told, is found at our services. Remember the services are held every night, and room is at a premium, so come early. laose ai o:au. B. J. MINORT, Pastor. ELLSWORTH. Louis Larsen. W. F. SWhnVim onA T L. Young attended Masonic lods-e at IT ... i , ..... . ... . nyanms yveanesaay night, the initial tieirree Deing conierred upon Mr. See bohm. mucn needed repair work is now beincr dona on the KUswnrt.h Vinfol tha entire hllildinc in Vw nrnt-lrort nvu Knf I at present tne woric on the root being most urgent mis Deing completed. Three' Fined for Violating Dry Laws. KEARNEY Fred Bushee pleaded pruilty to having intoxicating liquor for sale, ami was fined $ 100. Three other charges pending against him were dismissed. C. Bartz was fined $100 for having intoxicating liquor in hU place of business. The liquor was con fiscated. Gcorsre Zimmerman was fin ed $ 100 for selling a four-ounce bottle of strawberry extract for beventge purposes. He was given a marked bill. Trains Stopped for a Minute. LINCOLN All Burlington trains m Nebraska came to a standstill at 11 o'clock, Friday morning. All activities in railroad yards ceased. Switch en gines stopped wherever they happened to be. Express and freight handlers, loading and unloading cars, ceased their labors. In the big shops at Havelock the wheels stoppd turning. Section men dropped their picks and shovels. Clerics laid down their pen cils. There was even a lull in the rat tle of the telegraph instruments. George Foss, Kansas City shoe salesman, was driving to Lincoln from Crete. When four or five miles south of Lincoln he noticed a farmer stand ing in a field, motionless and bare headed. Foss looked at his watch. It was ohe minute after 11 o'clock. Then he remembered. He brought his car to a stop. At 2 minutes after 11, the farmer replaced his hat and shouted to his horses, and , they moved on down the corn row. Fosa resumed his journey to Lincoln, t Crossing U. S. On Bicycle. LINCOLN Although he has pi3 sed the half-century mark in years, Charles J. Lovett, a native of England and citizen of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, wheeled into Lincoln Thurs day astride his faithful bicycle which has carried him across Canida, iown the Pacific coast, and ha'f wjy thiough the United States. Lovett started on his journey over a year ago. His principal object in nuk ing the trip was to visit his brother who lives in San Francisco and whom he had not seen for forty years. Lovett is in good physical condition for a mun of his years and attributes 'his to abstinence from tobacco and liquor. He stated that while he sees nothing par ticularly wrong in the use o2 totucco and liquor it is his own per.-oiwi Lelicf that refraining from their use will bid him. He estimates that he has covered about five thousand miles in liii trav els and has averaged abiat fixty miles a day. He has only worn out Don't You Worry! When Your Clothes Get Soiled? No matter how delicate or perishable the fabric we will clean it for you like new. If it can be cleaned the Keep-U-Neat can do it. We specialize on ladies' garments and you will be more than pleased with our work. WE HAVE TICKETS ON PRIZES FOR THE BUYERS' CARNIVAL THREE DAYS, NOVEMBER 21-22-23 Keep-U-Neat Phone 133 WE CALL AND DELIVER. 207 Box Butte iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii;iiiiiiiiiiiiiiigcma: The Savings Habit The savings habit is what counts these days. Any feeling of unrest or uncertainty that might arise during these trying times can be safely put aside when you have the security of knowing that there is on deposit for you at this bank a neat, tidy sum the results of your steady and consistent savings by means of which you can tide over any tempo rary inconvenience. There was never a better time to start than right now. The sooner you start the sooner the amounts will pile up to a substantial sum. 9 Laying aside a little each day is easy and you'll never miss it. And you don't have to call upon your imagination very hard to realize what a benefit it will be to you, should you be suddenly called upon to use it. t We Pay 5 Interest on Time Deposits First National Bank Alliance, Nebraska tmrnmiKmtnt:tmimuu H. Wehr, assisted by L. E. Dunn has. the contract. Our next dance, Thanksiriving I night, promises to be a big affair, ; good music, four piece orchestra has ; been engaged and a record breaking! crowd is anticipated. i Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Young have been visiting relatives and friends in Mrs. i oung s former home, Ardmore, S. D. Mrs. Young remained for an extended visit, Mr. Young returning Saturday night . J. C. Michaels of Thedford re lieved Mr. Young at the depot. P. L. Law was an Alliance visitor Tuesday. F. P. Kennedy, nephew of J. B. Kennedy arrived recently for an ex tended visit at the Kennedy home. He is employed by the Western Union in Omaha. W. F. Seebohm and Miss Myrtle Arms were dinner guests at T. B. Shrewsbury home recently. Another reason for the multitude of commercial failures is that so many men conduct their business with about as much thought as their balloting. Life is becoming daily more com plicated, and few men can find time to give proper attention to both home brew and golf. Whiting Cooks STATIONERY - - of - -QUALITY 50c - to - - $6.50 F. J. Brennan Keep This List FOR HANDY REFERENCE This is the best time to lay in your needed supplies before the cold weather and bad roads make trading difficult. , Glance over this list of prices and come to the store and have your wants filled with the very best grades of graceries. Grape Nuts, 10 per pkg. IOC Cream of Wheat, Qfl per package 0UC Wheat Nuggets 9C per pkg. 0C Large Post Toasties 1 0 per pkg. IOC 2 pkgs. of the above, Ij Macaroni, Spaghetti and Noodles, 1 A per pkg. 1UC Bulk Macaroni, 1 C per lb IOC Bulk Cccoa OP two lbs. 0C Bulk Tapioca, . J r per lb 1 IDC Bulk Peanut OA Butter, 1 lb lC Bulk Rolled Oats OC 4 lbs. for tC 4- lb. package T. D. C. Pan cake Flour, 9Qa perpkg. LjC 5- lb. package Oats, for 00C ToUet Soap, 3 bars OJJ Swift's White Laundry, White Flyer and-White, Eagle Soap, r per bar DC English Walnuts, JA per lb 4UC Peanuts, (fresh iOA roasted), lb LvZ Pure Fruit Jam, Q1 AA 3 jars for J1.UU Amour's Oats, QQn per pkg. JjC Brown Syrup, , CC pei gallon DOC Best Out West or Flour, sack ylO0 Bulk Cookies, 9C per lb. DC Fresh Roasted QCn Coffee, at 25c and 00 C Our lines of canned fruits and vegetables are complete and priced right. Get our prices on case lots before buying. Jonathan and Delicious Apples by the Box. LEE MOORE GROCER Lots of Goal In Our Bins NOW. We Can Supply You With the Coal Best Suit ed to YOUR Needs. With the arrival of unmistakeable signs of continued colder weather mornings and evenings when a fire is necessary many are filling their coal bins. 1 Our supply is large at this time. An order given us means no waits the kind of coal you want well screened. Phone 545 and give us your order. We know the value of a sat isfied customer. Note these prices Delivered in Alliance Best grades of Coal Kirby or Owl Creek Chestnut, per ton $ 9.00 Kirby or Owl Creek Nut, per ton 12.50 Kirby or Owl Creek Egg Nut, per ton 12.50 Kirby or Owl Creek Lump, per ton 13.00 Sheridan Lump, per ton 11.50 Colorado Lump, per ton 15.50 Colorado Nut, per ton 14.50 $1.00 PER TON LESS AT THE BINS. Alliance Creamery Co. Phone 545 or Leave Orders with E. T. Gregg, at our City Station 118 West Third Street. ' '.'.''.''t,''.i.'.''.'.i.'''.'.''