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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1922.
FIVE Mr. nivl Mrs. A. II. RoMins, cvpoct A 1?pil I'linnncn to leave January 25 for Fort Collin., ,Vi,U Missionary Y ill He Col., whore Mr. Robb'ns has neceiitoU 1 ti poMlion with the Forest Lumber company. I A pi social will he piven by the Carmen's Union of America at the an. I a The fiTquently'reiterntrd Ftiifcmcnt K th:tt "Prosierity is just iihcnd" ouKht.wen l to he an incentive to move on. Here Next Sunday Iv. Monti C. Smith has received Wfll'il tlvit Vnv nn.l M.-o .,;(,, 1 li'nma n a ail v i nivt' ni'rrn ft i 7.. I fnlTAil ' - ... .... he in Alliance next Sunday nioinirjr, 1 and Uev. Saito will speak at the! In this land of Stars and Stripes there are men who should I made to roc the stars and feel the stiipos. If the people who have taken Tanlac e to form a line of march in sin- rle file, this prand army would reach clear across the American continent from New York to San Francisco and extend over 3,0(W) miles in'.o the l'iic.fic Ocean. F. J. Hot-ten. 15 Ijjibor temple next Saturday, woman s i The Star. An orchestra for the Baptist church was organized with Horace Fuller as leader, consisting of the following people: Esther Vanderlas, Violin; Flmer Johnson, Violin; Ion Alter, B Saxophone; Boyd Pardons, C Saxo phone; Verne La'ng, Cornet; Koy Trabert, Alto and Ethel Fuller, Pianist. Others will be added ns occasion pres ent themselves. A full orchestration of the Baptist Hymnal has been re ceived, and practice to play at the regular services with the choir will begin this week. In a week or two this orchestra will play at every serv ice, and assist in every song. The church has taken upon itself to furnish all necessary music and books. A surprise party was given Satur day the lt4h in honor of Mrs. E. A. Gilbert by Mrs. W. A. Bennet, Mrs. Oscar O'Bannon, Mrs, Dick O Bannon, Mrs. Hugh Irwin and Miss Agnes Shrader, the occasion being to cele brate her seventy-second birthday. A four course dinner was served, com posed of all the delectable goodies imaginable. A beautiful birthday cake decorated with seventy-two candles which were lighted, was presented to Mrs. Gilbert, also a lovely bouquet of carnations and fems, besides a num ler of other nice and useful articles. Miss Shrader gave an after dinner ad dress which was greatly appreciated. Goat," given by the Hemingford lodge. The entertainment is for all Odd Fel lows and their families, with no ad mission charge. The regular meeting of the Alliance woman's club will be held at the club room.3 at the City library Friday after lion at 2:45 with Mesdames Scotten, Kemmish and Alberta Reynolds as hostesses. Subject, "Sociology." Sketches, "Greenwich House, New York," Mrs. Leora O'Bannon. Toyn bee Hall, London," Mrs. Gatra Miller. "Hull House, Chicago," Mrs. Hill. "Life Sketch of Jane Adams," Mrs. Dubuque. "Dr. Willard Grcnfell," Mrs. Hunt. Mrs. C. E. Pyle entertained about thirty friends at a surprise birthday party Saturday evening in honor of Mr. Pyle. The hou.e was tastily dec orated with flowers, and dainty re freshments of fruit jello, cake and coffee were served. The evening was pent in playing five hundred and other gard cames, Mr. Pyle received many presents, including a sweater from the group of guests. 1 The North Platte Valley Hospital board, for the new Methodist hospital at Scottsbluff, met in Alliance Satur day. The board consists of Rev. O. 6. Baker, district superintendent, Rev. E. C. Fintel, Scottsbluff; Rev. E. C. New land, Crawford; . Rev. E. D. Gideon, SprLngview. Others present were Dr. M. C. Brooks of Chicago, chairman of the Methodist Hospital board and L. O. Jones of Des Moine3, la. The Alliance Odd Fellows will give a supper at the I. O. O. F. hall to night at 6:30. At 8 o'clock there will be installation of officers at the Arm ory, followed by a play, "Riding the A number of the local fireboys left Sunday night for Norfolk, where they will attend the State Firemen's con vention. Among those to go were Chief Bud Schafer, Assistant Chief V. E. Byrne, Charles Safford, Adam Wickman, Henry Blume and A. G. ISttacson. Attorney P. E. Romig left Monday night to join them. Mrs. Clara Kates, of Wymore, was a guest all last week of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Smart. Mrs. Kates left for her home Monday noon. Mr. and Mrs. Smart accompanied her, and will go to Omaha, where Mr. Smart is to attend a meeting in connection with the railroad. Mrs. James Kinger, w no was operat-: Mo1i..i;.i it- i , ... t ed on at the hospital about ten days eM ,u, has ,wn MiMeA in Amrr can! "".r J "PI"'"" ,has , covered j pfh.j, nn), is a Rr.llIuate of Gal.mt' sufficiently to be able to return to her Biblical institute. It is said that he. nome- sneaks l'mrlish flucntlv. Mrs. S:iitol has recently come from Jafxin, rnd; tut IT "Vi . " was educated in a lYesbvter an M s- the home of Mrs Harry Thicle, 612 sion schoo, there. She w jn Emerson Wednesday evening at 7:30,., Uvv costume and will maVe a lit instead of Thursday evsning. tle .-Thank you., n in h Charles Denson. of Litchfield, spent the week-end in Alliance with his sis-' ter, Mrs. Ida Belts. He left today for Dewey, S. D., on business. Mrs. W. C. Mounts, recently oper ated upon at St. Joseph's hospital, is reported to be making a rapid improvement. tA rjT"ji III III' lunironge after the collection. There are five hundred Japar Edouard Nuetzelmann of Lewellen and Miss Rebecca Schwaderer were married by County Judge Tash Mon day. The couple will make their home on the farm of the groom. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schwaderer. Thursday night a number of Alliance Rebeccas are planning to go to An tioch to install the officers of the lodge there. Last Friday night the following offi cers were installed in the Alliance Re becca lodge. Pearl Loomis, Noble Grand; Ruth Nation, Vice Grand; Alma Stafford, Record Secretary; Lilly Mitchell financial secretary; Vera Jeffers, treasurer. Ferris Tipple, of McCook, Is ex pected the latter part of the week for a visit with his mother, Mrs. Clara Tipple Japanese in the North Platte valley, and Rev. Saito has been appointed by the Mis sionary board of the Methodist church to work among them. He and his wife are making a tour of the churches in ' the conference. The meeting is public and everyone will be invited. Give nature a chance. Take Tanlac nature's own medicine. F. E. Holsten. Mrs. A. Hadley, of the country, spent the week-end with her daugh ter, Mrs. John Lawrence. Monday evening the fortnightly ken sington was entertained at the home of Mrs. F. J. Peterson. World's wealth may be piled to Himalayan heights and even then we lo not believe that there will be enough of the good things to go around" un less the race toils seven or eight hours a day. The Kinunka Campfire girls met Monday night at the apartment of Mrs. E. L. Potarf. The evening was I spent in making a Leyette for the' baby that the Associated charities have been caring for. Guy Vorse, nephew of Mrs. Stephen J. Epler, who has been convalescing at the home of Mrs. Epler from an operation, will leave Wednesday for Minn tare, where he makes his home with his brother. Emmit Driscoll, of Edgemont, S. D., is visiting with friends in Alliance. Mrs. D. C. Bradbury left Friday for Sterling for a visit with her brother. OBITUARY. Mrs. A. Swett and Mrs. Ie Farmer left Sunday night for Kansas City, where Mrs. Swett will undergo ano p eration for gall stones at the Chris tion hospital Wednesday morning. There will be a regular meeting of the Eastern Star tonight at the Mason ic temple, with initiation and refresh ments, followed by a tak by Superin tendent W. R. Pate. R. J. Trabert, manager of the Farmers' union, left Sunday for Den ver with a carload of hogs purchased by the union. He expects to be gone till Saturday. ' Rev. and Mrs, A. J. K earns and Rev. and Mrs. S.' J. spier wre .entertained at a six o'clock dinner Monday evening at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Mearl C. Smith. , ' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sternberg have purchased a new home at 820 Big Horn avenue. Marvin Forest Martin, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hockey, was bom in Alliance I)eeemler 20, 1013 and died at the home of his grandparent in Alliance, January 10, H22, aged 8 years, and 27 days. He was taken sick about a week ago, and Thursday it developed into pneumonia. Funeral services will be held at the home Wed nesday afternoon at 2:30 in charge of the Rev. Stephen J. Epler. Inter ment will be made in the Greenwood cemetery. During the past few days the pro bate court has been one of the busiest departments of Judge Tash's activi ties. The wills of Mrs. Nellie Covalt and S. A. Miller have been filed for i probate. Leonard Sampy, Hemingford pioneer, left no will and it will not be necessary to probate his estate. Before his death he made out deeds to ten mm.... : t fnn,i r . I ijucu KVUVU9 ut laitu veil ill uua Butte county and three in Sioux, and left them with his banker, to be de livered at his death to his eon, John Sampy of Hemingford. When you get one of those new counterfeit $50 bills, just put into circulation, you may show your pa triotism by reporting it instead of spending it. If It Don't "Work" SEND IT TO US There are many appliances in the household that use electricity in their opera tion, such as motors on the mashing machine or sewing machine, Electric irons, grills, toasters, curling irons, percolators, etc. Ultimately they refuse to perform. That's where we can help. Just bring them to us. WE MAKE THEM WORK AUTO ELECTRIC : SERVICE Ben W. Keach, Mgr. WITH BUICK GARAGE Thick's 'a CUTS THAT LAST 3? Thiclc's She Knows What constant danger her Diamonds and other jewelry are in. Through continuous wear the sets and clasps naturally become loose. She is taking a big chance with your most precious stones. All rings and jewelry she has looked over carefully at least twice a year. A dollar or two may save you a Diamond. "And Thiele's repair men rank with the best." Bring them in. FLOWER BEADS Direct from England $1.50 and up Just arrived a fresh shipment of WHITMAN'S . Candy and Confections Those Pink POWDER PUFFS i5c V," :.-.. THIELE'S Thi Stert With m GuaranUt WUhtut Rtd Tapt looo pairs SHOES SHOES i ooo pairs The Greatest Sale of Shoe Bargains Wednesday Morning in the BARGAIN BASEMENT We Place on Sale 1 000 Pairs of Up-to-Date, Solid Leather Shoes for Men, Women and Children at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES Your Chance to Out jit the Entire Family in Shoes at a Big Saving Men's Solid Leather Children's Solid Leather Men's Solid Leather ,T . , c ... T B4?YS,n?Hi0ESn SHOES Made of Solid Leather, Black or Brown Calf Skin WORK SHOES n,fft $1fiq DRESS SHOES Sizes 9 to 13, for $2.48 $1.98 ' !?zXKit $2.98 Sizesl3Vlto2,for $2.79 Save One-Half sizes to 2;or YrU"nM Save One-Half Sizes 2iL, to 5iL, for . $2.98 Save One-Half Save One-Half SHOES'13' NVomen'sllneFrcnchKid Womg.gj.gd MenajMVdt Women Fine Kid Sizes 2 to 7 Black or Brown Military Heels DRESS SHOES Military Heel OFt in cm no eo no Black or Brown 3o,4o $4.yo $.io go OQ 53 Qg Save One-Third Save One-Half . Save One-Hair Save One-Half Save One-Fourth Take Advantage of These Savings. GOLDEN RULE STOR Clearance Sale Going on in All De partments. , IMPERIAL TO-NIGHT LAST SHOWING OF "Experience" IMPERIAL TO-NIGHT