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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1921. -v IT I t at t J I ncprasKa ixcws moies j Farm Taper as School '(eitboolc. fcaVyVuiN ex. conHi(ieroiB norm fix fkrotert has been aroused within the past few days over the fact that Gov-! rnor McKelvie'a Nebraska Farmer lias been endorsed by State Superin-i tendent John Matzcn as a textbook' for schools. The republicans defend i the stunt, and charge that the dom-l ccrata are trying to make , political . capital out of it. The Nebraska Farm- J r is publishing a rural education de triment, including study of hygiene,' agriculture, geograpny, domestic sci ence and nature. The subscription manager of the governor's paper ob tained the endorsement of the state superintendent of the new education department and the county superin tendents recommended it to their teachers and suggested that they use this department as a textbook in their Classes. "Sure I wrote endorsements of the xwwk being done on these subjects by th Nebraska Farmer," State Super intendent Matzen said "I would do the same for any publication which I considered helpful to teachers." It Is pointed out that the Literary Digest, Woman's Home Companion Mid numerous other periodicals use the same methods in interesting teach ers and children,' in their magazines. Norris Brown's Ambitions, ' OMAHA Norris Brown, United tate3 senator from Nebraska, 1907 I9li stated specifically that he will not be a candidate for the repub lican nomination for senator next year, liis name was recently suggested by an out-state republican. When asked about the rumor that he has been sug- Eted for appointment as a federal ge in case congress creates twen . ;wo additional judgeships, as pro- Esed. by pending legislation, Mr. rown said: "That is different. The tench is the lawyer's natural profes sional goal. Every lawyer would be frlad to be a judge. I am no exception." Hot Lunches at Schools. ' FRIEND The school board of Friend again ha3 authorized the serv ing of hot food to all lunch carriers. Superintendent Leech reports an av erage of fifty students taking advan tage of this provision. The lunch la nandled by the home-economics and normal training departments. The cost of the food, which amounts to 2 cents per day per pupil, is borne by the district. Friend is the only school in the county serving lunch, under this plan. $200 more to defend us at the next trial. We didn't have the money and the county attorney said if Mr. Coon would plead guilty he would get off with a small fine and costs.' There was nothing else to do." Mrs. Coon cried nenrty all the time as she talked and N. T. Harmon, sec retary of the state board of pardons and paroles, told .the board that for weeks she had "haunted'' his office in the interests of her hut band. Gus Miller, superintendent of the reforma-. tory, told the board that every cent Coon made on the road gang this sum mer went to his wife. Then, the protest of the Superior club women against Coon's parole was i read. I "We're going to let you have one more chance, Coon," Lieut. Gov. P. A. Barrows said, "but we want you to stay away from superior. ' Newspaper Spilled the Beans. GRAND ISLAND Local police of ficers and especially F. M. Cashman, of an Omaha detective bureau, were much incensed a few days ago in read ing in the Hastings paper the complete disclosure of a clue they had to the gang which committed a daring bur- glary at Juniata, and, likewise, were suspected of. the (5,000 burglary at Loup City. Grand Island police officers, the article disclosed, had been lying in wait for the appearance of these men here having been informed that, during several nights prior to and be- tween these separate robbing events,! the suspected burglars had driven into Grand island, -he chief of police of Grand Island lay in wait the greater part of three nights but the suspects; failed to appear and the officers nave no longer any hope of apprehending them, being convinced that they have flown to other parts! ABSO (HIC) TIVELY General Du Pont. Delaware's new xenntor. was lunchinor in the senate restaurant. "This magazine here," he i said, laying a periodical aside, "con tains a long article on the best way, to stop. hiccoughs. Now it seems to. me and the general chuckled, that' a. good many readers would rather know the best way to start them." Conductors on the Oakland, Cut., street cars are reauired to amuse the babies and otherwise aid the lady m- sengers. lhat job would be all right, but we trust they will not be required to kiss any old maid's poodle. RAILROAD NOTES Pispatcher F. II. He!pbringer and wife left Thursday for a two weeks' vacation. He is being relieved by R. V. Cox, whose turn second on the "other side" or Alliance-Ravenna wire is being worked by Mr. A. Gregory. S. E. Stewart. Ellsworth left for Omaha, where he will spend a few days during the holidays. Extra Operator George urewBier oi ituuana will relieve him. Announce Details and Plans for Livestock Shipping Association The plans of procedure and sug gested articles or incorporation for livestock shipping associations em bodied in a bulletin prepared by the department of rural economics of the state college of agriculture are being mailed out to interested communities in the state. The bulletin points out that the suggestions comply with the corporation laws of the state and with slight modifications can be made to fit into various local condtiions. The association as outlined by the department would contain eleven ar ticles, divided Into twenty-eight sec tions of by-laws. The purpose of the association, a number of which already have been incorporated In the state, is the buying and Belling on commission of all kinds of livestock, with the as sociation reserving power to lease sacra real estate as may be of use in carry ing on its business. A board of direc tors has general supervision and con trol of the business. With the cotton crop .short, it may yet become necessary to make silk shirts out of silk. According to the Ku Klux price list,, only ten dollars is required to obtain the night hood in this country. Life. Slight Error by Sheriff. UNCOLN When Deputy Sheriff Welsh of Omaha arrived at the new atate reformatory here with Arvilla Schmidt, whom he had broutrht from Omaha for incarceration, he learned , that he had come to the wrong place The state reformatory for women is at ioik. . . , Livery Barn Burns at Hay Springs. HAY SPRINGS-The George Gibbs livery barn, In the south part of town was destroyed bv fire at 2 a. m. Tue. day. Twelve horses wei-e in the barn and five were burned to death before they could be rescued. A man sleep ing in the barn narrowly escaped deuth. He had become unconsc'ous and had to be carried out. Origin of the fire is undetermined. The loss is estimated at $10,000. Extra Dispatcher J. T. Caldwell now relieving on the west end wire on ac count of sickness was unable to work Monday night and no extra dispatcher being obtainable, L. H. Kilgore was forced to work the entire Alliance division for seven hours, which is a distance of 441 miles, from Dead wood to Ravenna. At this time while busi ness is slack this was handled without great difficulty although at other times it would have been "quite a job". Conductor McKenzie, now working on 43 and 44, reports a very stiff arm, uue to a recent smaiipox vaccination. H. B. Miller, who has hn (Im'no. extra dispatcher's work here for the' past few weeks, returned to his oper-1 ator's position at Broken Bow releas-j inar J. C. L. Michaels who returned in ' his home in Thedford. "Sid" Johnson, formerly operator at Hyannis and who also worked as dis patcher at Alliance over a year ago, has been working on the McCook divi sion of the Burlington since his posi tion at Hyannis was discontinued and his many friends are pleased to hear that "Sid"' now has a regular position as Cashier and First Operator at Norton, Kas. Geo. Cave and J. B. ! Ragland, formerly operators at An- tioch, have been working on the Mc Cook division and Mr. Cave has a regular position at Beaven City, Neb., i while Mr. Ragland is still working extra but expects to soon have a regu-1 lar position. I An operation upon a woman patient . in a Kentucky hospital resulted in the discovery of five silver teaspoons in her stbmach. Had it been a round half-dozen she might have been given wy as a premium with tomethins. Life. If Triiw Mfl frilf Wi tilm ffjri TSifi HiiH T R-u. row twi iw ivw Candy Is Necessary Bride-a-Month Campaign. Omaha A new wife a month for ithe first five months of this year was the charge revealed against Dr. Leigh- ton Bonner, former Omahan, whose "high life" in Denver has become a 'matter of police court record. J" 'To this allegation of a new bride i once a month are charge? that he J forged checks amounting to thousands ; of . dollars on merchants in Om.ina, to pay for his honeymoon when he : married Edna Howard of Grand Island, in 1919 according to the local police. His bride-a-month campaign , be.m shortly after his marriage to Miss Howard, after a brief honeymoon, it is , alleged. He took a bride at Calgary, ; Alberta, in February; in March he married at Sand Point, Idaho; his choice of April was a pretty Minnea polis girl; in May be placed a ring on the finger of a B.llings, Mont, beauty, while at Portland, Ore, a bright June day he married a manicurist of that place, according to charges. His sixth romance at San' Bernardo, Cal., caused his arrest at that place wider the Mann act when he refused to marry the girl. 'Bonner used the aliases of Dr. R. C. , Gentry and Dr. Robert Meyer it is alleged, Sentence for Draft Evader. OMAHA- Weaver Bausch, twenty five, Atkinson, Neb., was found guilty of evading the draft by a military court martial at Fort Crook Tuesday and sentenced to one year in prison. Bausch was the first Nebraska man to be arrested following publication of al leged slacker lists. He claimed he went to Wyoming after he registered, leaving a forwarding address for mail, but failed to receive the order to re port for duty. Because he did not notify his draft board of his departure, the court held him guilty of evading the draft. Wife's Plea Wins Pardon. LINCOLN Love of a faithful wife won over protests of 100 Superior (Neb.) club women and, as a result, Charles Coon of Superior walked from the state penitentiary a free man Wed nesday afternoon, with his wife by his tide. Records showed that Coon at one time had been fined 150 and co,sts in a Nuckolls county court for undue friendliness with m. vounir cirl. He claimed the chicken stealing charge ! and the other charge were results of a "small town" neighborhood row. "A jury hung on that charge against 1 the girl," his wife said, "and then the attorney told us he would have to have FOR CHRISTMAS It would not seem like Christmas if the Kiddies or the grownups could not have Candy. , It is as much a part of the festivi ties as the tree it self. 1 See Our Complete Lines. : PURE CANDIES ARE THE BEST Make sure you get the purest candies obtainable. They are better for children. OUU HOME MADE CANDIES SATISFY. FULL LINE OF BUNTE'S FILLED GOODS Bunte's and Chase's Fancy Ecx.es of Christmas Candies. The SUGAR BOWL 406 Box Butte Avenue. No Faint Letters Are Possible If You Have a New Typewriter Ribbon N If your typewriter letters are not clean cut, distinct, and easy, to read, the chances are your machine needs a new ribbon. Clean faces on the type, striking against a brand new ribbon will surprise you. L. C. Smith, Remington, Underwood, Royal and Oliver Ribbons in Stock. We have just received a new shipment of ribbons, assuring you of longest service. Price, $1.00 per ribbon. Burr Printing Co. Publishers of The Alliance Herald. Masonic Temple Bid. Phone 340 H ourth Street Market "Everything In Groceries" Just received another car of. Flour "THE PRIDE OF THE ROCKIES." We also handle Gooch's Corn Meal. WE HAVE A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF CHRISTMAS TREES 3 to 4 feet tall, at 30c 5 to 6 feet tall, at 55c 7 to 8 feet tall,at V .80c We will have Fresh Vegetables for your- Christmas dinner. Also a full line of Christmas Candies and Nuts. Come in and see, as our prices are very low. i "V ' . Xmas Delicacies and Necessities CANDY DATES FIGS NUTS OLIVES SWEET PICKLES RAISINS MINCEMEAT OLIVE OILS PRESERVES SALAD DRESSING PLUM PUDDING CELERY, LETTUCE, RIPE OLIVES, GRAPEFRUIT ORANGES LEMONS APPLES We are also headquarters for fancy Jersey Cranberries. We bought them right. We wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Fourth Street M arket AN IDEAL PLACE TO SHOP. ... It Gomes LIKE A PRESENT ---from--- OLD SANTA $15,000 Distribution OF SAVINGS CLUB FUNDS Will be Made Tuesday, December 20, to Our Christmas Savings Club Members. If you have changed your address since you joined the club, please notify us before December 20 so that your check will reach you promptly.' If you wish to leave your money on deposit and per-, mit it to accumulate, please notify us to this effect and we will transfer it into a Savings Account where it will draw 5 interest until you want it. If you are in arrears on any of your payments you can call and bring the payments up to date and get the full amount for Christmas use if you desire. First State Bank Alliance, Nebraska .!