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THE ALLIANCE HERALD. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1921.
TIIRED I RANDOM SHOTS 1 tiser appeals to prospective purchasers of perlume, listing a number of brands in wonts that ai-e artful enough to convince the sallowest kid in the world that she'll be a Cleo de M erode in her WHO'S TO BE THK JUDGE? younjr rnans eyes if he pets tust one ,.;." r' j "Iv , tV iv sonanty. Kead this immortal bunk: P1 JftlZf Sri? ' . "L'oWan-The jncomparahle-the ' t." Z v.l -Tir 7 vl xavonte true I'arisienne the su preme frafrranoe of the woman of the remember her at Christmas, buy her a box of Tow-Kow silk hose. No one 1 1 a. f i e a a ii a l i.Kes vne im 01 coiwn or yie Bi.cners , temperament." n wool and few care re to Ro hose- Wherewi another is it?, fo iuw-muvs im me uni ana pive you a quality any good Judjre can tell in the dark. They are as welcome in a women's wardrpbe as a pumpkin n Pie to tne sint or a tramp, ine elastic Thft most expensive bottle bears tops can b rolled With success or rar- (iescriptlon: .'Egyptian nights, tered withoU injury. May our ex-, incense purp,e si)ks Rnd BtranRe sticmonHraie goou pvinu oi j jewels the odour of cigarettes dies in tins luiiiuua iiupc i i r , world exquisite, imperious, luxurious "transfused sijrhs of roses on the southern slopes of France essence of women with honey colored hair and eyes of laugh- Lincon is stapinjc a campaijrn to '"Sell Lincoln to Lincoln," and one of the features last Saturday was a public program at wich twenty youngsters played simultaneously on ten pianos. How on earth could anyone sell any thing to anybody in all that noise? Must liave sounded something like ladies' sewing circle. THREE LIES FOR TODAY '"As good as new." ' "We'd love to have you call again." "Painless dentistry. " The Chadron Journal reprints our more r less caustic comments anent the amateur poetry of Leo Lloyd of that city, under the heading: "Don't Xet This Discourage You, Leo." No chance! When a home grown poet is that rotten, the only thing you can -discourage him with ia a crowbar. As an esteemed exchange remarks, some movies are more to be pitied than censored. Old story: A boy fell In a mudhole :and happened to be wearing his new isuit. 1 Arriving home his mother said : 'George, how on earth did you get so -dirty?" "Fell In the mud," was the laconic reply. "And with your-new pants on, too?" "Yes," was son's an swer, "didn't have time to take 'em off." The Jeremiah of the Nebraska City Tress laments thusly: "Life is a funny proposition after all. One day we have a lot of bones for the dog; the next lay wc have no dog. One of the newsies, reading over the advertisement for "The Four Horse men " declared that he knew who the horsemen were. "The only riders in the movies," he said, "are Bill Hart, . Buck Jones, Art Acord and Tom Mix. THE NEW LITERATURE. "The Shiek" may be hot stuff for the flappers and the old dames who .have to rely mainly on memory for the "wallop, but to find real imaginative literature, we have to turn to the ad vertising columns. A Chicago adver perfume for the deeply red haired woman." Or, if you prefer, there is Styx, "mysterious, inscrutable the lasting fragrance of love alter death expres sing palely black haired women, calm- eyed under sweeping brows." And u none of these appeals, try Jasmin, "pale fragile petals haunting as old memories at twilight expres sing the woman of deep eyes of dreams." . Mark our words, the time will come when some ad writer will describe Jockey Club in words like that, and one of his disappointed customers will kill him. THE AMEN CORNER Amen to this wail from the succes sor to the illustrious B. L. T.! "As for lettuce salad, we have been trying to forgive and forget for a number of years. It can t be done. 1 he reason is that it can't be dodged. It is aa Inevit able as death and taxes. It has more disguises than Nick Carter and it lies in wait for its quarry in every restau rant, home, and hotel in the land. TODAY'S BEST STORY. A Long Island bachelor was show ing a friend from New York over his estate. When they reached the sheep fold the woolly inmates, catching sight of their master, came bleating to the cate. "See how these innocent creatures love me, Harry?" asked the land lolder. "Love nothingl" chortled the city man. "They come to you because they're hungry and they think you're iroinsr to feed them." "Harry," replied the other solemnly, "when you have reached a certain age that passes for love. INTIMATE GLIMPSES. The topic for discussion today is the hear tthrobs of the most romantic lad who ever scrubbed a Dress or pretend ed to sweep a floor by simply pushing a broom over the edees. Picture, if you will, a handsome qouth with the soubriquet of "Monkey," clue possibly to facial characteristics or certain Eiminn mnnnprisms. This handsome youth has never, in It Depends On How: You Handle the3?ape Chicago Kahn Bros, make my clothes in this big. daylight building in Chicago and their guarantee backs mine. The measuring of a suit is the first and one of the most important steps. After that comes right cutting, and good tailor tng.. ; tlahdline the tape is where' I come in on .,.!' 1.: " 1 V 1 I. ... V ii . w a., i. : -i Cutely correct I've made a study of it. V 'guarantee long wear perfect fit and a Nptyle that is right If you do not get all of thi'&e in a suit of clothes which you order f rear me, I will not let you keep it. , , 1 V. : Let Me Tape You! Come in now, and talk over', that suit for Fall and Winter. You can, at, least, look over the patterns I have. i ' And, you can take my word for it that you ought not to order any suit without seeing all the different kinds of cloths that are in the complete Chicago Kahn Bros'. line this Fall. - You will find here just the fabric to suit your taste and at prices that fit your pocket book all his experience, had a date with a girl. His class in high schjol and tin other staged a skating party. It i . I f J iV- nvceiuwry, 10 ue on uie ic it in ine swim, whichever expression you pre fer, to have a damsel on 'Jiese tca sions. But, in order to have a dam: el, it is necessary to gain her cement. And this lad lacked the courage. The first hints came in the form if conversations. The bookkeeper was asked, "Did you ever have a date?" The bookkeeper blushingly acknowl edged the fact that he had been out in feminine company. "You lucky dog," was the reply. "How do you get m7" The answer was, of course, "By ask ing. "And how do you ask? came the next question from the agonir.ee! youth. "Telephones the easiest, wns the good advice that followed. ' Then came twenty minutes of mak ing up the mind, accompanied bv l.7.y spells, heart fluttering and blushes that spread clear down the back. The moment came. Central got the num ber. The bookkeeper supported the boy'B head. Someone on the other end took down the receiver. You could see the lad's heart sinking tow ird his boots. " Is this you, Mablei he s.-ud, tremulously, "Can I " but this was the end. A sweet voice at the other end said, "Mable isnt in right row." The bookkeeper took the bro m and swept the remains out under the cold water faucet. The party came iiext night. Wonder who Mable accom panied? We know one youth who stayed at home. . ABE MART1N II. "There is a good deal of reason for hope that the disarmament conference will nip the dogs of war in the bud," said Duke Barrytone last evenin'. "True, when a high-class carpenter accidentally lets a nail fall, he don't stop to Dick it up: but it don't foller that when a feller drops a nail and lets it go, we thereby proves himself to be a good carpenter," said Napoleon Muzzy, I forgit just when. Said Grandpop Gundy, this mornin', "When I'm going out of a business place and try to pull the door to, but find one who i follering has took hold without speakin' to me, it makes me so mad I wish I was as young as I used to be." rural"romance. (Selected) We stood at the gate as the sun went down Behind the hill at the close of day; Her look was pensive; her eyes were brown, Her breath was sweet as the new mown hay. For out of the west the last sunshine Fell lightly on her golden hair; Her tender eyes looked straight in mine, And a look of perfect trust was there. I see her enclosed in the sunlight flood, I see her; peacefully standing now; . Peacefully standing and chewing her cud, As I rubbed her ears that Jersey cow. $25 : $30 : $35 Made to Your Measure KEEP-UrNEAT CLEANERS and TAILORS and Up Tonieht at thA . Imnerial "The Sheik" will be shown for the second time. The production, drew a record audience last night, arid it'ds expected to be an even greater .attraction this evening. It a the story of X proud and haughty Lnghsh girl, courted by an Amh. whn. nftpp rniilsiro him tim and again, finds herself ki&iajned and A O. . TL ! A bv i bis, mercy. oirunge u it may seem, and not at all in line witl. most of these productions, where the heroine is rescued at the last minute, , the damsel discovers that she is in love with the man who t has stolen he1. Beautiful Agnes Ayres, heroine to -The Affairs of Anatol" the "Forbid den Fruit," and - Rudolph Valentino, who scored heavily in "The Four Horsemen," are the leading characters. "The Sheik" reaches the top-notch of romantic motion pictures. , "Dangerous Business," starring Con- hie Talmadge, is the Wednesday feat tire. The play' is a double bed farce with, a number of exciting situations. It is different than the usual run of photoplays inasmuch as in the big scene in which the supposed "hus band" orders his bride to undress and go to bei in their bridal suite she is forced toobey- through stress of cir cumstances, and no third party breaks down the dtor and rescues the unwed girl in tho ntck of time, as has always heretofore ha-ppened in the fifth reel. The audience positively gasps at this new and daringsituatfon. It is not a play that is supposed to convey a mes sage, or encompass a vital idea, but the climax of this umommon plot is too good to spoil in thk telling. ' . "His Greatest Sacrifice." with Wil liam Farnum. is scheonled for Thurs day. This play is a dumestic drnma that is ciiuclc lull 01 naman interest. A young wife renounces her husband and child in her hectic pursuit of an operatic career. Her hutbjid bhobu the impresario, bcaus he tinks him bis wife's lover. The husbanX is con victed of second degree murW; the wife sails for Paris expecting rV have all oDeratic Euroue at her feet. For many years her dream is realizedUmt there comes a day when she finds tyat as nhe herself. sunDlanted a woitnn who was no lonirer young, so she is. tnm is to be supplanted by a younger singer. She returns to her native ltna i to search for the child and husband that she so willingly tsacriftced to her .'nordinate ambition years before. She lU eates the child, now grown to woni- an.Vot, but is repudiated Dy ner uron residing her Identity. Mr. Farnura's work js always convincing. The sup iort;fcT cjt includes Evelyn G reel y. It is A oleasuie to see this gifted 1 player JLi a picture. 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