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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1022.
FIVE 5 1 - B pi 0C16 tHJ Ml A large number of Alliance Odd 1 Fellows are planning to attend a ppe-! cial district session of the grand lodge to I held at Dalton next Tuesday. ' There will also be soecial dpirre work. The second degree team of Alliance trill put on the second degree work, and the Dalton team will put on the first degree work. The meeting will be attended by Grand Secretary I. P. Gage. Miss Nora M. Mohr of Fonca, Neb., w ill arrive Saturday to assume the du ties of I atir teacher in the hiirh school Miss Mohr is a graduate of Ponca hiVh school and Belleview college. She has tanght at Belleview pioneer school end ai wakencid. Between eighty and ninety people attended the Knights of Columbus; card party at the K. C hall last night 1 There were twenty tables, and Mrs. A. J. Dwyer won the prize for the ladies and Mr. McGuire won the men's prize. Delicious refreshments were served at 10:30, and the remainder of the evening was spent in dancing. Mrs. J. S. Rhein, accompanied byi Miss Ann Anderson and Mrs. Rayl Hoag, left Tuesday noon for Omaha i for a few days' visit Mrs. Rhein ex pects to meet Mr. Rhein in Lincoln the , first of next week. Mr. Rhein will attend the Nebraska Retail Hardware Dealers convention to be held at Lin coln January 31 and February 1. Miss Margaret Harris entertained a number of friends at a 4 o'clock tea and card party Thursday evening. The guests were Mesdames Percy Cogs well, E. Marks, George L. Burr, E. L. Potarf; Miss Margaret Miner; Mrs. James Greenwood of Newcastle, Wyo., and Miss Lois Smith of Sioux Falls, S. D. Mrs. John Wiker leaves for Antioch today to play for the weekly dance. H. C. Barger of Scottsbluff was in Alliance Wednesday on business. Miss Sarah Langford of Fowling was in Alliance Wednesday, Mrs. R. A. Cook 5f Lakeside was an Alliance visitor Thursday. E. S. Brown of Hemingford was in Alliance Wednesday. Elmer McManis . left for Omaha Tuesday. The choir of the Christian church met nt the home of Mrs. C. E. Fos dick Thursday evening. The guests pleasantly surprised Mrs. Fosdick by bringing their lunch baskets filled with sandwiches, pickles, cake and coffee. There were about sixteen members of the choir present. Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Nason were Riirnrised at their farm northeast of Fairview Tuesday evening by about sixty of their friends, ine visitors came about 8:30 and brought their lunch. Games were played' and an en joyable time spent by all until late in the evening. NOTICE Milk at 50c for first eiirht quarts. Best milk in city. We deliver. This milk is from Enoch Dover's sani tary dairy and from tested cows. Phone 561-W. Fortner Bros. 18-tf The B. Y. P. U. social scheduled for tonight at the Baptist church has been called off owing to two cases of se rious illness at the parsonage. Stella Clark has pneumonia and John Minort is quite sick. Mrs. Minort is well again. Mb. and Mrs. Wiliam Bevington re turned Tuesday from a ten-day visit in Colorado. While there they visited Mrs. C. T. Martin, sister of Mrs. Bev ington, at Denver and Mrs. V. L Fleak, sister of Mr. Bevington, at Bockf Ford. Word was received' from Mrs. A. Sweet, who underwent an operation at KansM City about a week ago. She is 'doing rery well and expects to be able to return to her home in another week. She was accompanied by. Mrs. Lee Farmer. u Mr. and Mrs. Carl Robinson left Thursday for Ft Morgan, Col., where they will make their home. Mr. Rob inson was employed here by the Forest Lumber company, and will still be with the company at Ft Morgan. ' Rev. 'A. J. May of Hemingford, with his helpers in the Methodist re rival, Rev. E. C. Newland and Mr. Mills, song leader, were in Alliance Wednesday and made a short call on Rev. M. C. Smith. The Fourth Degree of the Knights of Columbus are planning to celebrate Washington's birthday by a talk on "Patriotism," by one of the most prom inent men in western Nebraska, to be followed by a formal ball. Carl Robinson of the Forest Lum ber company has been transferred to Ault, Colo. He left Thursday to as sume his new duties. A new man is expected from Ault to take Robinson's place. E. von Forell of Scottsbluff was in -Alliance Thursday, between trains. Mr. von Forell has just returned from Chadron, where he has been sel ling registered hogs. Mrs. M. J. Baskin and daughter, Eileen, who have been visiting rela tives in Denver for hte past month, are expected home Friday. Cashier Thompson of the Totash State bank and Attorney Sam O'Brien, both of Antioch, were in Alliance Sunday. Isaacson entertained in and Mrs. Jake Schlank Baskin, Wednesday eve- Mrs. A. G. formally Mr. and Dr. M. J ning. matrons and natrons of the Eastern Star will meet at the home of Mrs. E. L. Meyer Tuesday evening. Mrs. James Greenwood of Newcastle and young son, Junior, are the guests of Mrs. E. L. Potarf of this city. W. H. Glass, who has been quite ill for the past few days with the flu, is somewhat better today. Little Miss Norma Broich has been on the sick list for a few days, but is now improving nicely. The Fortnightly kensington will meet at the home of Mrs. Sam Wright Monday evening. "Slim" Maloney left for Denver Tuesday. He expects to make Denver his home. TEN BOYS ENTER GUILTY PLEA IN JUVENILE COURT (Continued from Page 1.) boys made a clean breast of the whole affair. Most of the youthful prisoners were contrite. There were two or three of the offenders, however, who didn't realize the seriousness of their esca pade, and Judge Tash proceeded to im press it upon their minds in a way they are not likely to forget lie or dered Sheriff Miller to t4e the ten up to the county jaij on thP third floor, and show them the steel cells, the locks, the bars, the steel leds and the soiled mattresses, with esecial atten tion to the dark cell. The prisoners filed out, accompanied by the sheriff and the deputy. Two or three of them wore a smile when they left, but on their return, every one of the culprits looked as solemn as could be. During their tour of the jail, two or three of the prisoners talked to the boys and told them how unpleasant it was to be cooped up. What Happened at Home Judge Tash then conducted an in quiry designed to bring out home con ditions. He spoke to the boy who had brought a sack of salt from the gtore during the first raid. "Why did you bring salt when the other boy. brought candy?" the judge! asked. "We needed salt at home," the bo? replied. , "What did you do with it 7 " was the nepct question. . ''I toek it home to mother." "Did yon tell her how you got it?" the judge inquired. "Yes." ; "What did she do!" ,' "She poured it Into the salt can and told me not to do it again.' - Another boy, who admitted taking a carton of gum' home, was asked whether he told his mother where he got it He admitted that he did. The judge wanted to know what happened to him. "I got a licking," he admitted. Took a Religious Census Judge Tash then carried his inquiry further. -t He inquired how many of the boys attended a church or Sunday school. Eight out of ten said that they had had the benefit of weekly religious instruction. The judge then took a census. The Methodists won by a scant ma jority. Three of the ten boys attended that Sunday school. " There were two Baptists, two Catholics, one Christian and two who didn't attend any church or Sunday school. The jail being full, Judge Tash did not sentence any of the youthful ban dits. He dismissed them, but said that he intended to keep them under sur veillance for a time. All ten of them were ordered to report in one week and tell whether they had been good or bad boys. The two lads who had no Sunday school were ordered to make their choice and be sure to at tend o.'.e the coming Sunday. RANDOM SHOTS NOTICE OF HEARING. In the County Court of Box Butte County, Nebraska. In the Matter of the Estate of John H. Krause, Decease!. Case No. 708. Notice of Hearing on Report or Partnership Settlement WHEREAS, on the 17th day of Jan uary, 1922, Rodolphus M. Hampton, administrator de bonis non of the es tate of John H. Krause, decea.sed, filed his report of the matter and manner of the settlement of the partnership interest belonging to said estate in 'he late firm of John H. Krause and Her man J. Krause, doing a partnership live stock ranch business. It is hereby ordered that a hearing be had on said report on the ISth day of February, 1922, before said Court in the County Court room in the Cty of Alliance, Box Butte County, Ne braska. It is further ordered that notice of the time and place fixed for said hear ing be given to all persons interested in said estate by the publication of this order for three successive weeks in the Alliance Herald, a legal news paper printed, published and of gen eral, circulation in said county. Dated this 19th day of January, 19''2. IRA E. TASH, (SEAL) County Judge LEE BASYE. Attorney. Jan. 27-Feb.l7-Inc Miss Frances Thie'cman of the New loik W. C. T. U. healiarters has a plan to confound the lootlrggors. She has designed a prohibition window flag, somewhat similar to the service Hags in use during the war. It con tains a blue stir on a white field nml the words: "Serve America support ine constitution. All that is neces sary is to hang the flag in the window The bcotlegger seeking new custo mers or serving old ones, will pass up me nouse. ine sum means, when translated, that nobody in the house ever toucnes a drop. Of course, if the bootleirirers ai- proacnes you on tne street, you can wave a handkerchief, finished In Dip Diue star design And, solely as a last resort you can report tne nooch salesman to the po lice, but as this entails some notorietv and a possible appearance in court as witness, a citizen has to love the law mightily to do it The new editor of the Broadwater News seems to be a most credulous cuss. He swallows almost anything mai ioiks ten mm. mat story of five onicers arresting one man who dared to tell the Alliance police to their face what he thonght about them is a irood enough story, but the facts don't sup port it. io Degin with, there are on ly three officers in Alliance. Further facts cheerfully furnished, if the Broadwater editor is interested in facts. ODE TO TAXES (Scottsbluff Star-Herald) They have taxed me nroditrious and plenty. My wallet is vacant and flat They tax all I eat and they tax all my clothes, from my shoes to my battered old hat. I pay a war tax and a poll tax and a tax on the pills I must take. They tax me six cents and a quarter for every darned nickel I make. The giant that carries the world has noth ing on me, I declare. His load is a light as a feather, compared with the taxes 1 bear. And now when I fill up my flivver with gas, at the station, they say, McKelvie has swung his old sang bad again, and I have some more taxes to pay. Some day, when I'm chained in the bug-house, the people who sec me will say, "He had a bright future before him, but his overtaxed mind gave away." A cop leads a merry life. One of the prisoners in the city jail developed an alarming cough the other day, and pleaded with the police to go to his home and get a bottle of his favorite cough medicine. The cops granted the request Three hours later they dis covered that the cough medicine had an alcoholic content of C5 per cent, and that the prisoner was all tooted up. After this sad experience, the cops have decided that they, won't take any stock in coughs unless the patient coughs up blood. - GET OUT YOUR PENCILS. A j Hemingford suboeirfber mad In a long list of questions; ' which ' he wants answered. We shall do our best to furnish- satisfactory replies. ; If any reader i better acquainted with con ditions, he. is hereby urged to come to our rescue. , Q. What are the special features of the new flopping galoshes? A. The galoshes are what little boys and-girls, up to the time it became fashionable to wear them, used to refer to as "overshoes". In those days, they hated to wear em. All of us .girls will be in they arrn't new, unless you mean n new thing for Alliance. They struck these oppn plains this winter, but they were faliionable in the cities a year ngo. Q. t.'pon what occasions arc tliey worn luttoncd up? - A. Since furs arc vorri largely in the summer, one would exiiect raloshrs to lt I up during hot weather. They are never buttoned up, however. The new styles call for tho bultoninjt of the first two buckles, but in Alliance they nre all Morn according t lnt viv.ru Mjir. mis ij pines the Tree and easy spirit of the western plains. Q. Do they reflect materially upon man s hrincimr un to cm thpm u-,.m buttoned up, or unbuttoned. A. We lau xo get you, J. Winston. So far as we are concerned, we still retain uisiiKe we conceived in childhood. But toned or unbuttoned, flopping or with red tops, we don't fancy 'em. They add nothing to the look of th ft t.i . . . . nu mcy semom conceal anything. (Note to contribs: We need heln nn this one: J. Win&ton has irot u. rlnw. ing for air.) Q. Was there ever a bootWirer nr. rested in Alliance? A. Why, J. Win ston, how can you insinuate that the Alliance police are onlv nickino- nn Hemingford ? Do we ever arrest much of anything else? In two years there has been but one raid in Hemingford, and we've had about one a week in Alliance. Have you forgotten Tom Gray, who is still in jail? All the Hemingford victims have been re leased. Q. Did Alliance citizens ever reg ister complaints that Hemingford boot leggers failed to give them the same courteous service as is accorded Hem ingford patrons? A. No complaints have been registered with the police here, the city manager, or tho preach ers. e haven t any kick comine per sonally, save that they never left any sample packages with us. Q. Is it true that Hemintrford boot leggers reserved the rottene.'t stuff for Alliance patrons? A. We had sup posed it was all irood stuff. See an swer above. Q. Whatever caused Scottsbluff? A. It's an incurable disease, probably, but we're no diagnostician. Our Hemingford correspondent also asks us to print a recipe for makinir genuine high-powered home brew. We lo not possess a tested recipe, and if we did, it would get us in bad with Gus Hyers and other booze hounds if we printed it. However, if all the Hemingford man wants is a jair. we are willing that he should try the re cipe of a Denver waitress, who serves patrons in a Stout street beanery: Eat a piece of raisin pie and a cake of yeast, drink a pint of water, and then pull your chair up to a hot stove. After ten minutes, attempt to walk around your chair. According to Sid Tremayne, there are three stages in a man's love: Mak ing his way, baring his way and going his way. . ; it I, .-, ,. TUB ULTIMATE WAITRESS." Advertisement posted in the window of the Pixen Pup, a Chicago Bohemian beanery: . "Female help wanted. Temperamen tal waitress with magnetic personality, explosive, artistic passion, . vampires. Disposition untamed, but gentle and loving. Prefer one with inexhaustible account in a dependable bank, a yacht and a racing car. Must have a con spicuous standing in society, a solid character and an unsuspicious past" style, however, if it kills us. provided we find out what the styles are. And) This line just fills the column. lltMllllllilMllirilllllllllilllllllMIIIMIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillMltllllMllllllimrf t ; till 8 This Dank, like our Government, is an Institution OF THE PEOPLE BY THE PEOPLE FOR THE- PEOPLE" Our Aim Is: To protect the interests of our depositors and see that their funds are kept safely and securely. To give sound advice to investors, and assist them in making such investments as will yield greatest re turns, commensurate with safety. To assist and advise, the business people of Alliance in their business affairs. MAY WE SERVE YOU? Alliance National Bank Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits, $30,000.00 , 1 C, GIFTS TtfAT LSYr I THIELE 'S Free-Goods Sale FREE Six cut-glass short stem Sherbet Classes with every pur chase of six Goblets, These may be had in same pattern or odd $6.50 FREE One bottle of Rubi-thy-mol mouth wash with each box of Hill's Cascara Quinine, A Real Cold Breaker 30c FREE One jar of Thiele'a Witch Hazel Cream with each jar of Palm Olive Vanishing Cream, 50c FREE One can of Mary Garden Talcum Powder with each box of Mary Garden Face Powder, 1 FREE One box of Yeast Vitamine Tablets with each bottle of Nuxalcd Iron, $1.10 SPECIAL Saturday Only Whitman's Moro Marsh mallows, 9c a box GOOD MORNING, MRS. FIELD! . Yes, we have just re ceived a big shipment of those durable POT & PAN CLEANERS We are selling them for 10c POPULAR DANCE MUSIC THE SIIIEK, fox trot, Brunswick record 75c WIIAT'LL YOU DO? Brunswick record 73c BLOSSOM TIME, Victor record r73c VALENTINES . : ' '. ... - All kinds, big ones, little ones,' comics and all the rest For big nd little folks.' THIEIjE'S Thi Sttrt With Citaranttt Without At 4 Tap mmntiHmnnniiiMMinin Extra Special Values FOR A FEW DAYS IN THE MANUALO Why not buy that Player Piano for your home now? Come in and play them. 12 ROLLS AND BENCH FREE Mann Music & Art Co. "s ;i)iiiiiiiiii;iiiiinii)iimii: 4