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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1921.
ocie jv 11 i Robert Atx and Miss Iila Cutts were married at eight o'clock Tues day evening at the home of the bride's parents, in the presence of the im mediate relatives and a few close friends of the contracting parties. The house was beautifully decorated in autumn leaves and yellow and white chrysanthemums, ' with large fern tand and altar in one corner. Mr. -and Mrs. Kenneth Mohrman, acting as best man and bridesmaid, led the pro fession to the altar to the beautiful strains of "Cavalleria Rusticana." "They were followed by the bride on the arm of her father, who gave her -away. Rev. Stephen J. Epler per formed the ceremony, using the ring ceremony, after which a reception was held. Dainty resfreshmcnts were served. The bride wore a beautiful .Pekin blue charmeuse dress, trimmed in gray and silver lace, and carried a corsage bouquet of yellow and white chrysanthemums, and the bridesmaid -wore a brown crepe-de-chine dress trimmed in blue, and also carried a corsage bouquet. Both the bride and the bridesmaid wore pearls in their liair. Mr.'and Mrs. Atz left early Wed nesday morning for Denver, Ft. Col lins and Loveland, Col., for a few -weeks' wedding trip and will be at tiome to their friends after December 1 at 409 Laramie avenue. I Hewett and Rhein. Piano duct, Jay Cantlin and Mrs. B. Ponath. Mixed quartet, Mesttames Rhein, Peterson and Messrs. Uald and Hewitt. . Violin duet, Miss Ruth Sturgeon and Mrs. Herman Nelson. Song, "Old Black Joe," Jay Vance assisted by the cnoir. Piano solo, "The Rosary," Mrs. B. Ponath. Vocal duet, "Gypsy Song," Miss Avis Joder and Mrs. J. S. Rhein. About eighty members and friends of the Presbyterian church enjoyed the excellent supper and program given last evening at the church by members ot the choir. Many donations were received at the miscellaneous shower for the coming bazaar, the perishable gifts being sold at the close of the evening. The following program was rendered to a highly appreciative ;audience: Selection by choir. 0 "Business Meeting of the Rosedale .Aid," by the ladies of the choir. Male quartet, Messrs. Bald, Vance, Last. Saturday evening six of the Kinunka Campfire girls entertained the rest of the girls of the camp and the guardian and assistant guardian at a dinner at the home of Dolly Dailey. The Kinunka camp has been divided into three groups and each group is to serve the others to two meals. This is the second dinner served by the first group. Those assisting were Janice Adams, chairman, Katjierine Harris, Helen Young, Edna Mae Miller, Dolly Dailey and Josephine Wilson. The menu consisted of roast pork, Trench fried potatoes, Waldorf salad, coffee, lemon ice and cake. A large delegation of Alliance Odd Fellows attended the district meeting of the I. O. O. F. held at Hemingford Wednesday afternoon and night. Among those present from Alliance were F. O. Rowe, J. R. Snyder, E. C. Drake, F. W. Hicks, W. C. Mounts, D. F. Hiles, Fred Trabert, Otto Snyder, L. Gottleb, John Groce and wife, and Elmer Will 3 and wife. There were also representatives from Dalton and Bridgeport. Several officers of the grand lodge were present, including Grand Master Lew F. Etter of Omaha and Grand Secretary I. P. Gage of Fremont. In the afteThdon a school of instruction was held in the hall and oeinn rtt tVl DTBIlH loflp'P whfin I11BU PCPOW" vfc O . six candidates received the grand lodge degree and the past grana oenree. Fried chicken dinner was served at Thiele's GIFTS THAT LAST r rtl Thiele's Bargain Festival 3 Days Sale 3 Days MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER, 21, 22, 23 Tickets given with each dollar cash purchase and for each dollar paid on account. PALM OLIVE Vanishing Cream Regular 52c 39c 2 Boxes Eaton's Highland Linen Stationery at 79 c Hydrogen Peroxide Regularly Sells for 26c 9c Guaranteed Full . Strength. COMBINATION VELVETINA Face Powder Any color, regu larly sells for 52c. MI-FACE Powder Puffs Regularly sells for 15c BOTH FOR 49c Fancy Colored B E A D j3 Per string 99c BATH MATS Guaranteed All Wool, at 25 DISCOUNT COMBINATION WOODBURY'S Shaving Cream Regular 35c Shaving Brush Regular 50c BOTH FOR 69c THIELE'S fki Sttrt With a Guarantee Without Kti Tap 6:30 by the Rebckahs and the regular session or the district meeting was held at eight o'clock at which time otricer were elected. B. B. Isemninger of Dalton was elected president, F. V. Hicks, Alliance, vice-president; T. O. Rowe, Alliance, secretary and E. C. Drake, Alliance, treasurer. After the meeting a splendid program was given at the opera house concluded by a comedy entitled, "Initiation," in which two men were initiated into the society for the prevention of cruelty to hus bands. The meeting was closed by speeches by Grand Master Ktter. Grand Secretary Gage and Grand Representative Snyder. The ladies' aid of the Christian church will mpot Tnoalav nftortinin at the church instead of " Wednesday afternoon, as there is urgent work to be done that cannot wait until nTLor Thanksgivirj. Mrs. A. E. Kitchen received word that her sister, Mrs. Fred Helling of Minatare, who has been quite ill for the past six weeks, is much worse. Mrs. Kitchen and her brother, Ken neth Doyle left today for Minatare to be in attendance. Mrs. Helling was formerly Miss Emma Doyle ot this city and has a large circle of friends here who wish her an early recovery. Lawrence V. Moore and Miss Minnie M. Irice were married at the court house Wednesday afternoon by County Judge Tash. Mr. Moore is a ron of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Moore of this city and Miss Fierce is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Price living on a ranch near Alliance. Mr. Moore it depo" agent of the American Express com pany and the whole express force at tended the wedding in a body. The Royal Highlanders and other friends of Mr. and Mrs. George Leidy gave a farewell party for them at the Armory Tuesday evening. The even ing was spent in dancing followed by light refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. Leidy left Wednesday night for Cali fornia, where they will make their fu ture home. Thiele's Cough Syrup will break up your cough and cold. . Try a bottle. Mrs. NichoU Richards of ScottsblufT, old friendof the John tawrence fam ily, wan in Alliance Thursday to at tend the funeral of Mrs. Lawrence. Commissioners George Carrell and C. I; Hashnaan were in the city Wed nesday to attend the commissioners' meeting. We always endeavor to prepare prescriptions for sick folks as carefully and conscientiously as we would like to have prescriptions prepared lor us if we were sickThiele's. ' 102 ! Boy Breaks Ankle - While Playing With Fricndst John Barry, student at the St Agnes Academy, suffered a broken kle Friday afternoon while playing with some friends. It seems that h started to walk across a ditch oa stick which turned and let him fall on. his ankle in such a way as to fractur two bones. Harold Hurst, formerly a brakeman out of Alliance, of Wymoro is visiting in the city for a few days. Dani.-h that. awful insomnia that worries you every night. Let your sleep be restful and refreshing. Ton lao does it. F. E. Hols ten. 102 BIRTHS To' Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Gather. Thursday, November 17, a girl. The man who chuckles over th prospect of a hard winter may not be a coal dealer. He may M phfmber. There are homes for cats, and every woman has acquaintances she would like to send there. Prohibition jokes, be with us jrtt, lest we forget, lest we forget. TV a tsf fault in iYA rAmn1Lmt you see is that they are too good to b t) ue. Thp. f SISmIOm kMlOp .- 'Will save you money this week with Prices .hlsli 1 SfllOMt Sensational Value Giving. General Reductions in AH Principal Lines in the Store Read Them OUR ENTIRE LINE of Beautiful FALL AND WINTER SUITS at- 1 PRICE Don't hesitate to come to The Fashion Shop for clever, charming new models. They' all are included in this bar gain event at Y2 PRICE Ladies' Dresses For street, afternoon or evening wear. Silk; .wool or lace; elaborate or plain; you can always find it here. After you see these dresses you will realize the saving. PRICES, $10.00 to $75.00 Ycu Know Fashion Shop Style NOTHING RESERVED From our line of FALL AND WINTER Coats at A 11 OFF Fashion Shop variety in selection, coupled with Fash ion Shop quality, at this re duction makes, buying , im perative, at 14 OFF 1 Warm Furs The Fashion Shop's selection- of this season's beautiful furs is unexcell ed in this territory. -No matter what you want, you can always find them here, at a saving of 25 to 40 Prices $10 to $75 We Have Tickets for the Bargain Festival Nov. 21, 22, 23 ' Practically All Through OUR ENTIRE STOCK Sweaters," Skirts, Blouses, Gloves, Underwear, Petticoats, Hosiery, House Dresses, at a saving of 25 to 50 SPECIAL 25 PLUSH COATS 25 36 and 38 inches long These are genuine Salts Peco Seal Plush garments, formerly selling up to $59.50. Prioes for these 7 days. $14.95 These Bargain Days SAVE YOU MONEY On Children's Coats, Hand Bags, Children's Dresses, Kimonos and Bath Robes, Buy them at . 25 to 50 OFF