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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1022.
nva Ltltle Miss Lois Harper entertained a number of her friends at the Palm Room last Saturday on the occasion of her sixth birthday. The afternoon was spent in playing games and later refreshments were served. The truest list included Gretchen and Kenneth Nieman, Betty Sims, Betty Harper, Glen Comfort h, Merril Grant, Junior Wilson, Emiline Grassman, Leo 2?mith, Ieone Orr, Stella Marie Milburrt; Ethel Elizabeth Buckley, Mary Elizabeth Griffith, Virginia Lester, Frances MacKenzie, Frieda Tully, Tommy Tully and Mary Ruth Reddish. Mrs. Mann and Mrs. Nieman assisted. . The regular meeting of the Woman's club will be held at the club rooms at the library Friday afternoon. The hostesses were the Me3dames Armour, Morris and Hill. The subject will be string and wind instruments. The TirOOTUItl. Mrs. Lydia Reed of Torrington, who has been visiting her sister, Mr?. Daniel Foley of this city, has been called home by the illness of her son, Michael. , RANDOM SHOTS " MYSTERY! Time, 0:05 p. m. Place, comer of Fifth and Cheyenne, within the range of the street lamp. The girl, present. The date., Friday, January 20. Our observer reports that at the above place, date and hour, that same street lamp shone on a man and a maid, locked in a tight embrace, lip to lip, with four eyes closed. He says that it had any movie he ever saw beat for thrills, and that the cen sor would have cut at least two hun dred feet off the length of the kiss. . To the discoverer of the identity of this affectionate couple will be awarded ona hygienic osculation ma.sk. The Methodist choir will meet Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. W. R. Pate. A good attendance is. desired, as there is to be special work. rictu if you wif thc three Mbcr. , , , . I est damseU in the city. At least two Mr. and Mrs Fred Car son enter- of them are ister8i 0ur inforrnant tamed Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Reddish and ,., .,, ,;.,,, t mother, Mrs. A. E. nvra , Bii three of them walked Mrs. Reddish's Erickson, at dinner Friday evening. i uvno down the street abreast, and that in Mrs. John Wiker spent Saturday and (Tsible several inches of white or Dink Sunday in Antioch. While there she played for a dance and was enter tained at the F. M. Bioome home. silk at the base of all three skirts. C. OF C. HEARS SEVERAL TALKS FROM VISITORS (Continued from Pace 1.) Anion;: the trouMes with the indus try, Mr. Foster listed freight rates, which he declared me unreasonably high. In some caser., he explained, the costs of shipping lumber by freight are more than double the cost of pro ducing the lumber. The Telephone Iiurrase. Sam C. Windham, local commercial mnnairer for the Northwestern Bell Burlington Finds Longer Buns arc nry division points in round house help and in room in the round houses. ! It is understood that the same scheme is bcinir worked on a numler IIorC Economical of M on lines cast oml that the I mochan'cal and oMntt;ifr departments have concluded that in periods of light is crttinir d renter 'business, fct least, a considerate sav ' ing can le made. The Burlington MMMie oui oi us pfts.-vnger rnirines . by running them across two divisions! i?' rLn? in",,um!,c.r tof inr! If you are run down, discouraged stance.!, according to the State Jmirna . 1 .. . u . k...i- t On U I' tuni win I'l iivui t v m irwitic wi x oii- x.- i I (lit II iit are now runr venn.i and from s west passenger engines ( lac Bn() pec nnw iirei-ent it makes you rung from Alliance to Ra- fee F. E. Holsten. 17 Telephone company, spoke upon the ft h been son e considcra'W Lrf:rnt iVTCL K"' 5 themthrough from Lincoln 2 rates. Mr. Windham explained that the business men of the city should look upon the telephone company as a home concern. Sixty-five per cent of the revenue from the Alliance station, he said, remains here in the city, and therefore the company in not to be re garded as an entirely foreign concern. A numler of employes in Alliance own stock in the corporation, and there are several other stockholders among the Alliance citizens. Telephone rates, Mr. Windham de clared, have not advanced in price so much as other necessities. The rates at present are but 30 per cent higher McCook and that may lie started soon Greater mileage is secured from the engines; a saving is made at second- FREE A regular fl.00 nackage of genuine Yeast Vitamon Tablets with every package of Nuxated Iron Tab lets, while they last at Holston's. 17 On account of the bad roads, Miss Harriet Wagar, school-teacher in dis trict No. 38, has been staying at the History of String Instruments." . of C- Wessel in tt country. Mrs. Shellenberger. " ' ' . . . . "H storv of W nrl Instruments." Mr. 1 ii"n oini wi t. J. Peterson, Until IKau Q rr A im da that Ym 4mi1sl . 1 I. T i ,ni .1 I recognize them, he thought it was a the-war period with which it is cus new style. He was relieved to dis- tomarv to make comnnrison. . Even cover that it was only a slip. to make comparisons. with the increase requested of the state railway commission, the rates wotUd show only a 35 per cent in creases over that year, and the greater part of this increase would be collected Vocal foIo, Mrs. Frank Buechsen- stein. Selections, Mrs. Fosdick's Orchestra. Mrs. Michael Elmore of Gillette is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Daniel Foley, of this city. Mrs. Elmore was a former resident of Alliance, when her husband, the late Michael Elmore, l had the contract for building the Burlington into this town. Mr. Elmore also built the Elmore dam, eighteen miles north, and was owner of what is now known as the Kilpatrick ranch. Mrs. Elmore has a host of friends in Alliance who will be glad to hear of her return. A stranger, later discovered to be a republican, was in Bridgeport recently. He may have been a commercial trav- aIaw umima n a A vaimamI f n 1 1 . t . a return within the next few days from 1 lZuiv VnntVnnil hnd t V u ""nna. wnere special equipment, ' n ,k .. u v a , cidentally mentioneit there nad been a such as private exchanges, is in u.e. u..uCn.tk on vp-.-hano-e in nostmasters. and the stran-I Tk cl,- -v,i .v, i f i i o j rvT. i vvi litres I T7l 11 llltl rtJ ger exclaimed: "Is it possible a man Jn phone rates since 1914 with other v.. r .1 .1 j.. ...v.- 2- ...:n: r .... n rr W J MahnflTv of Mullen wna in'1" "VV""" . ij.iiiiiiK commodities, uovernment siaiistics, ur. vv. j. Aianany oi luunen was in ii Viimc.if a mnnK nn tnr i,A , . . . i. ' ivi w.w Ile imjki, miuw inui since ii'it, iwiu na.i I increasexl in price an average of 47 I tr cent; rlnthinor. Ofl ner rent! rent. Late style note: For the benefit of 60 per cent; fuel and light, 78 per the galoshes brigade, it might be well CCnt, the increase being even above lo point out tnat tne last aumoriiauve wo i-d on the subject of how to wear 'em is to the effect that the two lower buckles are fastened, and the tops rolled down. c ration. . . w r- ' can ue i .... . . I IF llll llllllli. Alliance Monaay on business in con" j sake of getting a postofTice ?" nection with a pension examination. I The Episcopal guild will meet Wed nesday afternoon at the parish house. Mrs. A. G. Smart will be hostess. The Catholic Altar society meets Wednesday with Mrs. Frank Abegg and Mrs. Allen aa hostesses. Mrs. Nels Peterson is ill with the grippe, at the farm heme, is twelve miles north of Alliance. Dorothy Stanton entertained a num ber of her little friends at her home Monday afternoon at five o'clock. Liirht refreshments were served and laier me iiuie ioiks procceueu wj uie f the hospital Cogswell, Helen Hively, Margaret Doyle, Myrtle Williams, Ilallie Abar and Oyleutha Weaver. Mrs. Dunning assisted. Miss Leil nCory of Hemingford was in Alliance Saturday to take the state teachers' examinatons. Of course, the very latest is the Rus- I sian boot, the kind the old Fwash . buckling cavaliers made famous, which have the tops turned down and faced ' in red. Mrs. W. C. Mounts returned home Sunday, where the underwent an 0teraticn. this percentage in Alliance; and fur niture and houscfurnishings, 116 per rent. Net Earnings Low. As proof that the Northwestern Bell has not been making exorbitant re turns on its investment, Mr. Wind ham quoted the company's earnings for the past few years, since 1914. In that year the company realized 5.45 ' per cent, and in the following years We can't expect to get any of these the returns was 5.10, 5.07, 5.05, 4.49, r at least six month., unfortunately. 5.21, 2.8S, and in 1921, 3.1T per cent, for It took over a year for the galoshes to come. The Episcopal church will I:ave a parish party this evening at eight o'clock. The American Legion will hold a regular meeting at the Palm Room of 1 A 111 ' A-Ort me Alliance notei mis evening ai o:w. ; vjs relatives, number of important matters will come up for discussion. At the last meeting it was decided to hold two meetings a month, on the second and fourth Tuesdays. Mrs. E. L. Potarf left Saturday evening for Denver, where the will Jim' Feagins returned from Denver this morning, where he has been at tending the stock show. While there Mr. Feagins bought and old cattle, including a thoroughbred bull for Robert Graham. This animal will be taken to Mr. Graham's ranch in the Storm Lake country, where he has a fine herd of Hereford cattle. The Alliance Elks are planning spe cial entertainment for their meeting on Friday evening of this .week. The officers of the lodge have not definitely decided whether to stage an initiation BIRTHS January 19 To Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Burch, a boy. January 20 To Mr. and Mrs. War ren Lotspeich of Hemingford, a boy. January 21 To Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Pearson, a girl. Out of this return the company must pay 7 per cent interest on its mort gaged property, the Northwestern Be1! being mortgaged for three-eighths of its present value. The dividend to stockholders the past year, he said, was a little over 1 per cent. Operating exK?nses are now fiO per cent higher than in 1914. The facili ties of iho company are .being used practically to 100 per cent capacity. Expenses coald be reduced by not mak- m ra .vlnn.'inna n KtV t'fk. 1 1 1 fl L ll '1 I'. surprise she replied, "What, you don t J mean that you're leaving now?" 1 he Scotchman made answer, "1 nae Wonder how much of a step it is from lemon extract to Lyko?- And is it up or down in the bootlegger's scale. TODAY S HOOCH STORY. It was a real party. About ten o'clock a Scotchman approached the hostess and bade her goodnight. In b' goin' noo, but I coom t'say good nicht while I could still recognize you." Speaking of salesmanship: There is a bald-headed barber in Lincoln who sold a bottle of hair-restorer to a Christian Scientist. OLE BUCK SAYS: A Harvard girl was watching Bar ney Patterson butcher. "I didn't know they put inner tubes in hogs," said I the. An Indiana girl claims to be the champion hog feeder but lots of mar Herald 'Vant Ads Results. Tliiele's I t r a GIFTS TKAT LAST ,P 1 CiiBteV Thick's 0H AL! I pot threw out of the cafe last night and broke my watch. So, I had to take it down to Thiele's and pet it fixed. It Bure runs fine now. too. 1 Why don't you take that tick-tock of yours down there and get it fixed? They sure know how to fix watches. Your friend, JOE. How to Tell a Hen from a Rooster! Give your chickens "Don Snug" Egg-laying tablets, then if they don't lay then they're roosters. Thiele's Sell Them. THIELE'S Tht Siort With a Guaranttt Without Rid Tap r tn nrnvi ile. some other entertain- and friends is larirer this week than at . i I.. a ivA v. , T lumjtVk ' . : n:HMA ...... nAM;Hn ii.. mem in acwuuun io me uuun which will be served. BAPTIST CHURCn. The sick list among our members ried women say they can beat her a A meeting of Scottish Rite Masons has been called for 7:30 p. m. Wednes day at the Masonic Temple. A full attendance is desired, as there will be hncinass nf imnortance. Prof. W. R. Pate of the Alliance schools will speak ' on the Sterling-Towner bill, now unaer consideration by congress. Miss Elsie Johnson, Latin teacher . vjce to people and pastor, and inspired in the high school, returned to her an to the greater endeavor in the home in Broadwater, Saturday, due to . g0j has for us to do. ill health, she was unable to finish the Professor Reed has taken the class school year. Mis3 Johnson is a gradu-1 0f boys Mrs Hirst had for so long and ate of the University of Nebraska and j,e is showing himself capable of has taught in Iowa for the last two handling this class of growing young- any time since our coming. However, we are thankful that as far as we know there are no serious cases among them. Last Sunday evening we enjoyed speechs by laymen that "brought down the house." The speakers were Mr. Johnson and Mr. Lux of Lincoln. Their words were ritrht to the Doint. 1 overlv harmonious selection. As they and both spoke highly of what they sank perspiring to their scats after had heard of the Alliance church. ! bowing for the applause, the trombon- Both addresses were full of good ad- ist asked hoarsely: "What s the next oner - 'The Maiden's Prayer,' " answered mile. One thing that can be said in favor of the bootlegger is that none of them are trying to get free publicity from the newspapers. TODAY'S BEST STORY A band in a small Minnesota town had just finished a vigorous but not years. Alliance Knights of Columbus will entertain their ladies at a card party t tha V. C club rooms on Thursday evening. The entertainment was plan-' were missjng, fnr PViflnv evenincr. but it was' decided to advance the date one day. jntention of joining next Lord's day. The B. Y. P. U. continues to grow, sters. We are fortunate in securing him for this important department of the school. The men's class welcomed another new scholar last Sunday, but several Let us do better next time. Two more have signified their Dressmaking parlors now open by M a Rreur. Ktudeilt of Mme. Smith of the State University of Iowa; also j tjnjf to poplar gatherin sewing classes from 9 to 11 ami 1:0 he pastor's story last Si to 4:30, assistetl Dy anss ngn Schroder, at the home of Mrs. Oscar O'Bannon, 401 Emerson. 17 Miss Blanche E. Benjamin and Al nart were married last Saturday eve ning by Rev. Stephen J. Epler at the Epler home. Mrs. Hart has been em ployed at the Dole Variety store for some time and Mr. Hart is proprietor of AI'b Auto Service, Mrs. E. L. Potarf left this noon for Newcastle, Wyo., for a few days visit wth Mrs. James Greenwood. Mrs. Greenwodd expects to return witn wra. Potarf the last of the week. Charles Pryor was operated on at St Joseph's hospital Monday noon 'or acute strangulated hernia. Dr. Hand, the attending physician, reports the patient as doing nicely. Mrs. Ray Hoag is leaving today for Omaha to take Buddy Hershman to his mother, Mrs. C. E. Hershman, who is engaged as an organist in one oi the Omaha theaters. Miss Roena Drake, of Omaha, has been visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. E. J. Mehrhof, for the past few days. Miss Drake expects to return to Omaha Friday. Miss Emma Frederickson of Gordon arrived Unlay to take a position as tfacher of the school at me Hashman place. W. J and they will have a box social next Friday at the parlors. These are get- in gs. pastor s story last Sunday even ing made a hit with the large crowd, and the message woven in the story went home as seen by the visible result. One more addition to the church and man v- studying the manual promises a fruitful winter's work. Men are still predominating in the services. That is fine and inspiring. , A special patriotic program is plan ned for 4ie union men and church on Washington's birthday, February 12. It happens to fall on Sunday, and the evening will be given over to the pro- rrn m. B itfVTAnT T".. w METHODIST CHURCn A large audience appreciated the address of Mr. Saito Sunday morning, onH rnr.nded with a collection of L . . . a t 9n w in tne evening jurs. aauu payed two selections on the violin, and Mr Snit. sanir in Japanese. The choir will meet with Mrs. Pate Thursday evening. . The Woman's Foreign Missionary society will meet with Mrs. Louis Rust, 1015 Cheyenne, VVetnesiay aiwmoon. Watch for the announcements of our special services next Sunday. We will mention now that at the Sunday school hour there will be a Cradle Roll pro gram, followed by a Family Day serv ice, from 11 to 12. Any parents wishing their children baptized should notify the pastor. There will also be a reception of members. M. C. SMITH, Pastor. the leader, consulting his program. "Good Lord!" ejaculated the trom bonist, "I just got through playing that!" We view with alarm the decision of a supreme court in Wisconsin that the patient in a dentist's chair is at the mercy of the man behind the drill. A dentist, so the decision goes, is not bound to obey instructions from his patient, provided the dentist's profes sional conscience tells him to yank an other tooth or otherwise torture the man in the chair. We hope this news doesn't become public until we get through with the present repairs. Little Stirring in the Oil Game Around Rushville Nothing of great interest to the pub lic has occurred in the development of the Chadron oil field the last few days, according to the Chadron Journal. It is understood that a number of desirable leases have been signed this week, particularly those located near the state line northwest of this city, by land owners who have bung back for several weeks. Nothing in the lease line is lacking now, it is stated, to prevent the development on the large scale planned by the Midwest Oil company in their program of drill ing during 1922. The new tools needed hv the Bic Chief well have been se cured and rushed through from Den ver in personal charge of MacK &tin ler and Driller O'Connell. These en ertretir men are at the well at present and bending every elfort to finish the hole as they have contracted io no. Inquiries are being received by lo cal men from out in the state as to the status of the oil game here, each i.f them fchowim? creat interest in what is troinz on and what will be done north and east of Chadron. FREE A recular $1.00 package of genuine Yeast Vitamon Tablets with every package of Nuxated Iron Tab lets, while they last at liolsten's. 17 SAILS We're giving you men a surprise No one expected we would sell regu lar Florsheim quality shoes at $8.85 We want to sell out all our Fall and Winter shoes. The sale price applies to every shoe of this past season If you want a pair or two of real quality shoes that will give you 100 satis faction, come in dining this sale and try a pair of Florsheims. Prices for Spring will be sub stantially higher than we are quoting now For Two Weeks Only TOMarper' BIO STORE 1