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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1921. -
SEVEN THIELE'S OFFICIAL DE MOLAY JEWELRY THIELE'S Official American Legion Jewelry GIFTS .THAT LAST STERLING SILVER THIMBLE GIVEN WITH EACH PURCHASE OP JEWELRY SHOWN IN OUR CATALOG, AMOUNTING TO 50c OR MORE. ASK for YOUR ? TICKETS. 6 i I l"h , 1.. i 4 J J j 3 BELTS & BUCKLES A complete assortment of Celts and Buckles in beauti ful Gift Boxes. $2 to $8 ffhaljWiU Please ilim More? A DOx of choice Cigars will reach his heart. -$lto$6 . PEARLS The Perfect Christmas Gift $2 to $100. Yolll always best at Thiele.s' . find the A Gift Always Appropriate See 6ur beauiful stock of Cut "Glass! Prices are considerably lower too. Christmas Reduction on all Teddy Bears and Toy Dogs forthe Kiddies. One-Half Price LINK BUTTONS In Diamond and Platinum, Sterling, Filled and Solid Gold. "$1 to $10 IVORY PYRALIN SHELL. PYRALIN A1BER PYRALIN " Let Us Supply Your , .Bulk Xmas Candy.. A Complete Assortment of Xmas Cards, Labels, Seals, and Tinsel Cord Iry VICTROLA No. 90 y . . . $10.00 down brings this beautiful Instrument into your home Christmas with many choice records. $2.50 a week pays for it. 1 . 1 3 NigQ(ieiy A number of friends very pie want- spent in playing games, with refresh- ly surprised H. C. Smith Sacarday ments afterward, evening at his home, the occasion be- ing his sixty-third birthday. After a Hena C. Little, fifty-six, and Mrs. social evening a delicious lunch tf Bertha Ziller, thirty-eight, both of H-t pressed chicken sandwiches, coffee, n e Springs, S. D., were married at the cream and cake was served. Mr. Smith court house Friday evening at 8 'received many gifts. Among those o'clock, Judge I. E. Tash officUrin,?. present were Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Mr. and Mrs. Little left Saturday Smith, Mrs. W. A. Wadum, Mrs. morning for Denver. . Christina Ackerman, Mr. and Mr. W. - " D. Reiman, Mr. and Mrs. John Nation, County Clerk Avis Joler and Mrs. . Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Miskimen, Mrs. Iferman Nelson returned Saturday Ralls, Mrs. May, Mr. and Mrs Henry from Omaha, where Miss Joder attend- each and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Cayaha- el the convention of county clerks held gen. I December 6, 7 and 8. She reports a very good attendance at the conven- The regular meeting of the Alliance tion. Woman's club will be held at the club . , rooms in the city library Friday aft-1 The Christian Endeavor of the ernoon at 2:45,. with Mesdames Nelson, Christian church held a good time bo- Newberg and Standard as hostesses, rial at the church Saturday evening. Roll call: "Christmas in Other Lands." There were about thirty present and Subject: "The American Indian." after spending the evening in playing 'His Customs," Mrs. E. L. Meyer, games, light refreshments were served. "His Religion," Mrs. R. M. Hampton. 1 "His Rights," Mrs. J. P. Weyrens. H. A. DuBuque returned Saturday Exhibit of Indian work will be made, morning from a five weeks' trip dur- This will be the last meeting before ing which he visited a sister at Mon- ennstmas ana a iuu auenuance is , ueal. Canada, and relatives and desired. The Modern Brotherhood of America will hold installation of officers Janu ary 4, 1922. There will be refresh- friends in New York City, Chicago, Boston and Providence. Mr. and Mrs; Fremont Wilson of Norton. Ka have encraced rooms at ments ana a program alter louge. ine 824 Box Butte avenue. They came to following officers were elected: l. t Alliance just recently. Mr. Wilson Is Sanders, president: Mrs. L. I Routh, connected with the local land office. . vice president; E. L. Lawrence, sec re- tarv and treasurer: Dr. C E. Slagle, ci, -it t w mm. lodge physician; Mrs. F. E. Sanders, 'Jng automobiie for the homJ cf chaplain; Mrs. Ed Young, conductor; Mrs. Bernice Myers, watchman; O. E. Chapman, sentry; Henry Lawrence, Troy Sanders, George E. Heath, trustees. A meeting of the officers, trustees and committeemen of Alliance lodge No. 961, B. P. O. Elks, has been called by Exalted Ruler E. L. Meyer for the Elks parlors on Tuesday evening nt 7:30. The purpose of the meeting is to arrange a program for the winter activities. Among the matters to be considered are the issuance of a monthly bulletin and the holding of semi-monthly 6mokers and the staging of a carnival or indoor circus. John Krul, three miles east of Hem- ingford. The family has scarlet fever, and a quarantine will be established. P .L Beach, of the division superin tendent's office was called to Chicago on business connected with the com pany. He left Saturday night and ex pects to be gone about ten days. Miss Dorothy Reynolds, a student at Nebraska Wesleyan, will return to her home at Alliance for the holidays through a vacation which will last from December 21 to January 2. It was erroneously reported in The Herald last Friday that Miss Frances Tash. Fletcher was initiated in the Eastern i Star last Tuesday night. Instead it was her. sister, Miss Katherine Fletcher, who was admitted. Miss Katherine Fletcher is one of the Box Butte county teachers while Miss Frances is a student at the high school. William M. Maddox and Miss- Inez L. Peterson, both of Falls City, Neb., were quietly married at the court house Saturday morning by Judge Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Smart and Miss Fannie Street spent the week-end in Denver, returning to Alliance this noon. SPRINGS ALIBI FOR . BRIDGEPORT BOOSTERS Dr. J. E. Duncanson has been on the sick list for the past several weeks but Is somewhat improved now. Miss Margaret Klingaman, Miss Zilma Smith, Roy Hoflland anf Ho mer Smith of Antioch were in the city Saturday on business. Meetings of the ladies' guild of the St Matthews' Episcopal church will lie postponed until after Christmis. The repair work on the Christian church is almost finished. The paint ers will finish their work today. Mrs. Joe Herian and daughter, Anna, of Antioch were Alliance vis itors Monday. Commissioners George Duncan tnd Cal Hashman returned from Omaha Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Johnston tot Ant:och were in Alliance today on business. County Attorney Lee Basye loft Monday for Ruhville on legal business Mr. and Mrs. Ira Johnson of An tioch were in the city today on busi E. B. Smith, of the Bridgeport Star Herald, was in Alliance over Sunday. MrsC C F. Estes of Berea was a business visitor in Alliance Monday. Mrs. C F. Bohmsack of Berea was a business visitor in Alliance Monday. . Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Johnson of An tioch were Alliance visitors today. . Mrs. Ben Price of Hemingford was in the city Saturday -en busienss. i Miss Eva Barrett of Berea was in the city Saturday on business. a Miss Katharine Fletcher spent the week-end witn home loiics. W. G. Wilson of Antioch was. an Al liance vijitoF Friday. The local order of the international association of machinists held its regular semi-monthly meeting at the Baptist church Monday night. The woman's home missionary soci ety of the Methodist church will meet at 2:30 Wednesday with Mrs. C A. Dow. Mrs. Beck will be program leader. The president of the aid soci ety has announced that a called meet ing of the aid society will take place immediately following the meeting of the missionary society. Edward Fivecoate is one of the football players who has von honors on the Nebraska Wesleyan football team, receiping his official "W" this week. Mr. Fivecoate was one of the paid members of the Alliance Fire department some months ago, and haj many friends in the city. The young people's missionary soci ety of the, Christian church met Mon day evening at the home of Rev. S. J. Epler. Mrs. Robert Atz was the leader, and after a splendid program, the remainder of the . 'evening was Harry Thiele gives a Sterling Sil ver thimble with each purchase of jewelry listed in his , catalogue, amounting to 50c or over. A pie social will be held at the Fair view church on Friday evening of this week. The public has been covdudly invited to be present. Mrs. J. H. Cannon of Berea under went an operation at the hospital Sat urday morning. She is doing as well as could be expected. , ProfesFor F. E. Messersmith cf Antioch, former principal of the Alli ance high school, was an Alliance vis itor Saturday. Miss Mina Lougeay of Denver, Col., arrived t Saturday to Fpend the winter, with' her niece, Mrs. L. L. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Miskimen will entertajn the football boys Wednesday evening at their home at a 6:30 dinner. Charity Board Has Passed Upon 15 Applications (Continued from Page 1.) connection, which would complete the chain, would be acceptable. At that time, as it will be remembered, there were those wno tavoreu, a voau leading from Broadwater northward. There were others who djd not favor this plan and after considerable inves tigation and discussion, an agreement was reached whereby, it is safe to pre sume, there will be built eventually two routes to the nortn one xrom Bridgeport and another from Broad water. It was also agreed that state and federal aid was to be sought in the construction of the road and that the state highway- officials were to h asked fo,' advice and assistance in making the location, , AU of this has Ueft clone. Th1 tounty commifcslOners together with division and department representa tives had made several surveys of the territory: they have several times traversed the interlying countryside lUftd they have finally, after due consid eration, decided definitely upon a route. And this, just this, is the thorn in tne side of the Alliance newspaper the entire wishes of some of the more am bitious Alliance boosters could not be and were not given preference as against the common interest of. the taxpayers. There was good cau?e for the action of the engineers and the, county board, too. The road as designated can be put into fcuch condition as to make its use practicable at an outlay of about $5,000; the route as suggested and in sisted upon by some would, to accom plish. the same end, entail an expendi ture of many times this amount. Ad mitting the latter to be' the shorter route, could it be deemed an act of wisdom Ho attempt its .adoption when it is known at the outset that the cost is not only prohibitive, but, at this time, altogether impossible? 'This, however, is beside the question. The road has been legally designated; It has been located just as it was promised it would be and, though re gretting the fact, if such exists, that there are those in Alliance who are not pleased, the people of Morrill ".'I county together with the members of the county board are well satisfied. This much they know. No delegation. no individuals, were given reason to I believe that Bridgeport, the commis sioners, or the people of the county favored at any time that which would make necessary the expending of $35.- 000 to $40,000; that the commissioners had ever fully Jcculed upon any partic ular route and tl?at County Commis sioner Carroll of Box Butte county was in any mrnner, directly or in directly, responsible for the present route- Chester Beck Is Injured at the Lakeside Well Chester Beck, nephew of Willis Beck and at one time an employe of the Alliance Creamery company, suf- - .'.,-' ': ... , "ii fered some severe cuts about the face and head at the Lakeside oil project Monday morning. His injuries will necessitate an enforced vacation of several days. Mr. Beck was handling cne of the huge wrenches at the struc ture which broke, throwing him against the wall of the building with sufficient force to cause his injuries. The recently organized charity board for Alliance, including representatives' of various organizations 'in the eitv has entered upon its new duties ener-j , The News-Blade invites no quarrel getically, and within the firVt week of its existence has investigated and ap proved fifteen applications for aid. All applications received by the secretary of the chamber of commerce, Mrs. L. C. Thomas, are passed on to Mrs. S. W. Thompson, chairman of the board, and are investigated by her and other members, and then assigned to various organizations for action. A $125 saddle and a rifle belonging to one of the Sidler boys, that was stolen several weeks ago "from the Ed Fenner ranch, where the Sidler toy was working, was recovered Saturday when Mr. Fenner went to Broken Bow in response to a telegram from a friend, saying that the saddle had been seen there. Mr. Fenner found that the postmaster at Broken Bow had traded a pistol for the rifle and one of the clerks in the postoffice had purchased the saddle for $45.00. How can Obregon expect us to rec ognize Mexico? It doesn't look like the same old place since he's been president of it. New York World. Some of the best ro adrocords of the season are being made by Ameri can aviators walking back. with the Alliance newspaper; it has but the kindliest feeling for Alliance and her townspeople and her neigh bors, the farmer folk of Box Butte county.- It does, however, resent the repeated accusation th.t Bridgeport or the county board has "changed fronts." Neither has nor will. Both are fully familiar with the accruing benefits of the route in question but there is not a chance. We arc to have a road; we should, all of us, be glad of this. Al liance is fully abi'e to meet any myth ical competition i insofar as the routing of the tourists may be concerned and of which the Alliance Herald seems to be afraid. Let's go! The North Star High way is going. Harry Thiele gives a Sterling Sil ver thimble with each purchase of Jewelry listed in his catalogue, amounting to 60c or over. BIRTHS To Mr. and Mrs. Con Wickniin, Monday. December 12. 1921. n c-irl. To Mr. and Mrs. Curtis, tSunlay,1 December Jl, a girl. To Mr. and Mrs. Price, Wst Lawn, a boy. Our Business Interest There are two kinds of interest with us; Personal and 57". We give one and pay the other. 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