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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, TUESDAY, JANUARY 31. 1022
FIVE
The woman's club will meet Friilay '
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Library ;
building:. The following will be pres-
as Ruesis: airs. tAigar u. fenney leacninj? at Lalayette, Col.
of Fullerton, Ftute president of the
federation of woman's clubs; Mrs. The women's society of the Baptist
Birdie Jones Frater of North Flatte, church will meet Wednesday with Mrs,
fixth district president, and also the.T. A. Cross and Mrs, Wesley Corp at
Heminpford and Antioch clubs, the '514 Missouri avenue. This will be a
women's rural club and the Kast Side ' birthday meeting.
I'rofrrcssive club. Mrs. W. H. LaMon
is chairman of the entertainment com
mittee and Mrs. A. H. Kobbins chair
man of the hostess committee. All
members are urged to be present.
Those who wish to meet Mrs. Penney
and have lunch with her at 12:30, are
asked to notify Mrs. W. E. Spencer.
Alta Marie Trail was born in Okla-!
homa, December 21, 1009. She was
never strong, had been suffering for'
several years and lately, caught a cold
which developed into pneumonia, from
which she died January 24. She ex
hibited an exceptional spirit in all her
suffering. She leaves father and
mother, and several brothers and sis
ters to mourn her departure. She was
never privleged to enjoy the usual so
cial blessings of youth: thus she was
taken out of a world of suffering into
one where "no pain exists, or sickness
or such things." Funeral was held ,
from the home of her parents, conduct-1
ed by Rev. B. J. Minort, and burial
made in Greenwood cemetery.
Mrs. H. E. Felter and Mrs. J
Irwin entertained this afternoon at
a 1:30 luncheon at the home of Mrs.
Irwin. The house and table were beau
tifully decorated, the color scheme
being yellow and white,
The guests
were Mesdames A. W. New-berg, L. P.
Dickenson, Loe Sturgeon, George Pot
ter, II. A. Dubuque, A. E. Nelson, J.
B. Denton, A. J. Cole, J. H. Standard,
J. E. Hughes, B. Ponath, O. E. Wil
liams, R. M. Tinkcom, F. G. Hitch
cock, F. G. Gurley, A. G. Smart. Tom
Griffith, C. B. Gibson, R. E. McKenzie,
A. E. Lyon, A. E. Schrank, F. Mackey,
C. J. Young, V. R. Harper, H. Pat
rick, C. Finch, W. M. LaMon and Mrs.
Schuts, of Lincoln,
The members of the Alliance Volun
teer Fire Department have accepted
the invitation of Rev. B. J. Minort,
pastor of the Baptist church, to at
tend services the evening of Sunday,
February 5. The fireboys will meet
at the city hall and attend the services
in a bady. It has been the custom of
the fire department to attend services
once each year in a body and the invi
tation of Rev. Minort was gladly ac
cepted. Mrs. Edgar Penney, state president
of the woman's auxiliary of the Am
erican Legion will be here next Fri
day. She will speak in the afternoon
, to the woman'a club at the city library,
and rrrthT preninjf she' will address
the members of. the auxiliary of the
Legion at the home of Rev. and Mrs.
Andrew Dodge, The meeting ha3 been
called for 7:30.-
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Anna Verne, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. LeRoy Gregg, was born in Denver
Col., Many 10, iai, ana aiea in aui
ai.ee, January 29, 1922, aged 2 years, 8
months .ind 19 davs. She was ill only
l .ft.. 1V1UIIV lUi A 1 A i' iv u.v ---
about one week, when deatn was causeu
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by pneumonia. The funeral was held
this afternoon irom ine nome at
o'clock in charge of.the Rev. Stephen
J. Epler. m
Joe Bates, formerly of the Alliance
Creamery, left for Denver this noon.
He expects to make Omaha his per
manent home later. His parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Bates, who have been
visiting him for the past few days
have left for Dodge City, Kas to visit
their daughter, Mrs. W. H. Balderston.
The Rural club met at the home of
Mrs. Lewis Powell Thursday after
noon. The attendance was good. The
next meeting will be at the home of
Mrs. Ernest Purinton in three weeks,
on February 16, with a splendid pro
gram on "Child Welfare," with Mrs.
R. L. Harris as leader.
Rev. Stephen J. Epler returned Sat
urday from a week's trip in the east
era part of the state. He attended
the ministerial institute at Lincoln the
first part of the week, and then visited
at the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob M. Epler, at Julian, Neb.
The ladies aid of the Methodist
church will meet at the home of Mrs.
W. R. Pate, 808 Box Butte avenue
Wednesday afternoon, with Mrs. u
Drake and Mrs. Fred Yanders as as
sisting hostesses. A" members and
friends -are cordially invited.
The P. E. P. club was entertained at
the home of Dorothy Deering Satur
day evening. The guests were Lucille
Graham, Phyllis Thompson, Mildred
Pate, Miriam Harris and Mardell
Drake. A delightful luncheon was
served. 1
Mrs. John Wiker went to Antioch
Friday evening to play for a dance
given by the opera house committee.
She was accompanied by Miss Ruth
Morris, Miss Mabel Grassman, Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Nelson and Carl Rockey.
The Methodist choir will meet at the
u...k TKuvclav pvenin? at 7:30. With
Mr. and Mrs. f. H. Deering as host
and hostess. The practice will be on
the oriental service to be given at tne
church next Sunday evening.
Stuart W. Mettor and Fern I. Bren
neman were manned yesterday at 1
'.lrwV hv .Tiki ye Tash. Mr. Mel-
Mont., and the bride
is the niece of Henry Brenneman of
this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Marcu3 Frankle left
for Pcnvor la.t wrelc, where they will
visit relatives. While there th pv will
also visit their daughter, Julia, who is
Anne Verne, the two and a half year
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs LeRoy
Gregg died Sunday at five p. m. The
lunerul was held today at 2 o'clock.
Joseph J. Sherlock and Elizabeth C.
Nepper were married Monday morning
at the Catholic church. Both of these
young people live near Alliance.
Dr. II. A. Copsey left Monday for
Osage and Newcastle, where he will
attend to his oil interests. He is ex-
pected back today.
Mrs. R. C. Harling left Saturday
night for Omaha, where she will join
her husband, who now has a perman
ent position -there.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Irish returned
from Omaha Sunday, where Mr. Irish
attended the state convention of coun-
ty treasurers.
Mrs. Henry Beach has been on the
sick list for the past few da'-s. with
! bronchitis. She is somewhat improved
today.
A card party was given under the
auspices ol the ladies of the Catholic
church last evening at the church base-
ment.
Miss Elizabeth Wilson, who is teach
ing at Broadwater, spent the week-end
with her mother, Mrs. Nellie Wilson.
A numljer of Odd Fellows left today
for Dalton, where they will attend the
district convention of the Grand Lodge,
this evening. Great preparations are
being made for the entertainment of
the visitors including a banquet. Two
hundred delegates are being perpared
for, and representatives are expected
from Alliance, Bayard, Minatare, Sid
ney, Chappel and Dix.
Mr. and Mrs. James Greenwood left
Monday on an extended trip. They
will visit Dallas and San Antonio. Tex..
, New Orleans, La., Chattanooga, Tenn.,
Lvansville, Ind., and Aurora, 111. Yv rule
on this trip they will visit relatives.
J. P. Buckley, assistant supervisor
of bridges on lines west of Alliance
has moved his headquarters from Lin
coln to Alliance and will hereafter
make hi3 residence in this city.
J. S. Rhein left Monday for Lin
col w to- attend the TetaM hardware
dealers convention. He expects to be
gone several days.
- -
Martin Hanson and Miss May Wal
ters, both of Hemingford, were mar
ried Monday by County Judge Tash.
If vou are interested in Madame
. .
Brew s school bring your own material
and sew from 9 to 11 a- m. and 1:30 to
A . V) n l U . n ... LHW,wa
4:30 p. m. Also dressmaking. Prices I
reasonable. Phone 512. 19
ANNUAL MEETING OF BOX
BUTTE COUNTY FAIR ASS'N.
The annual meeting of stockholders
o fthe Box Butte County Fair associa
tion was held at the Chamber of Com
mrece office Saturday evening, Janu
ary 28, 1928. The following officers
were elected: directors, L. H. High
land, A, D. Rodger3, John O'Keefe, C.
E .Clough, E. T. Kibble, F. E. Red
dish, H. P. Coursey, W. E. Spencer,
C. A. Newberry. U J. Kclull. J. w.
Guthrie, J. A. Keegan, J. A. Hunter,
A. H. Grove and W. C Mounts. Pres
ident, L. H. Highland; vice-president,
C. A. Newberry; secretary, W. E.
Spencer; treasurer, W. C. Mounts. All
officers were re-elected, .the board
being the same as last year.
Report of secretary showed associa
tion in debt about $500. An effort
will be made to sell sufficient stock to
clear up indebtedness. The property
holding oi the association amount to
about double the value of the stock
outsanding, so investment should be
good.
(Juicers were appointed as a com
mittee to handle the fair grounds for
this year.
FARMERS STATE BANK
AT BAYARD CLOSES DOORS
RAVARH Th Farmers State bank
ided oDerations on Tuesday of
. , i . . i ,i
last weeic ana reiuseu vo accept, uc
posits throughout the day although J
all checks presented at the window
were cashed until the supply of cash
and currency on hand was exhausted,
says the Bayard Farmers Exchange.
in iaci Uie uuicera wcic icwjjf w
the doors or tne institution xuunuuy
but waited until Tuesday afternoon for
a state bank examiner to arrive and
authorize such action.
Too much credit cannot be given
Cashier Jake Abegg for the manner in
which he has conducted the affairs of
the bank during the past year. To
him alone goes all of the credit of
holding up the institution during the
past twelve months and both stock
holders and patrons are indeed grate
ful lor the hard and conscientious work
he put forth in tiding through its af
fairs up to the present time.
It's not surprising to hear that civil
ization is becoming hard-boiled; It has
been in enough hot water.
Canada's order prohibiting foollrdy
"stunts" in airplanes will deprive many
a worthy undertaker of a job.
Fulmcr Is SI ill
Following Knees
at Habana, Cuba
Al'ianco friends of W. U. Fulreer,
wh; h knotvn and liked by all of the
.acing cnLr.uia.-t In this p:irt of the
country, will bp interested in n letter
recently received from him by Ed
Bii-nop of this city. Mr. Fulnier is
now nt Habana, Cuba, following the
racing game as a photographer, al
though ho has been connected with
other departments of this Fport. He
usually spends his winters at llalmna
or some other rac'ng center, coming
to the western states when the rac
ing season opens here. His letter to
Mr. Bishop reads, in part, as follow:
"How are all the bunch? I trust
everyone is well and doing fine. Had
a letter from Nick Ronin (rremonts
veteran starter) and he says they are
co ng to get up another circuit this
year, but didn't give me nnv of the
dates or particulars. How are things
up there in your part of the country?
Times are the hardest here that they
have been in years, and money is sure
tight. About the only loose change
around is the money the tourists
leave here as they pass throueh on
the different excursions, nnd there is
one or more every day, I gue.;s, by
they way they pile out to the track
end bob around town.
"The season is on in full blast now
and although money is tight, they
seem to dig it up from somewhere and
spend it, nnd things keep on going
just the same as hertofore, only not
so much money is being thrown around
as in other years.
"The ring (books) at the track are
$250,000 loser this year right now and
some of the bookies are quitting be
cause they also have run out of money,
but I think those that stick will wind
up a little winner on the year yet.
They come down like trained pigs and
everyone seems to know the winner
(except me), but I ta t kick, as I am
breaking about even with them be
cause 1 am always trying to pick a
long ihot and the favorites insist on
coming home. I caught Little Gink
the other day and he paid $120.20 for
a two-dollar ticket and of course I
only hud a lone douce on him, but it
helped some, at that. Living and rooms
have come down wonderfuly here this
winter and you can really live about
the same as you can in the States if
vou get on to the ropes a little. My
business has fallen otf about a third
so far, but am hoping that it will
pick up in time to get a stake for the
fummer.
"There was a big bunch of Elks
through here last week and they sure
put on a big town time for one day.
They were on a boat going through
the canal and on to Honolulu and back.
I wii-h I were able to join one of the
big excursion boats and just ride and
ride some life!
"Remember me to everyone."
Mr. Fulmer's present address is
Apartado 2095, Habana, Cuba.
Revenue Officer to
- Be in Alliance
Feb. 28; Mar. 10, 11
In order to assist taxpayers in filing
income tax returns for the year 1921,
and to give advice and information
under the income tax law, an internal
revenue officer will be assigned to the
towns listed below on the dates in
dicated. It is the desire of this department to
co-operate to the fullest extent with
all parties interested. Please note the
dates and assignments and be govern
ed accordingly.
Mullen, reb. 15; Hyann:,s, Feb. 16;
Morrill, Feb. 16; Mitchell, Feb. 20;
Scottsbluff, Feb. 21, 22, 23; Gering,
Feb. 24; Bayard, Feb. 2; Bridgeport,
Feb. 27; Alliance, Feb. 28,March 1,
10, 11; Hay Springs, March i Rush
ville, March 3; Gordon, March 4; Chad
ron, March 4, 7, 8; Crawford, March 9.
Judge Tash Finds
Evidence Against
Youth Is Too Weak
County Judge Tash, following a
hearing in county court Monday after
noon, fund the evidence in the case did
not warrant a ooviction of Lester Beal
on a charge of assault and battery
against the person of Lawson L. In
man, and the defendant was dis
charged. Saturday afternoon Inman appeared
before the county authorities and made
complaint against Beal, alleging that
the latter had attacked him without
cause or provocation following a bas
ket ball game on the evening of Thurs
day, January 26. Beal was called into
court by telephone by Sheriff Miller
Monday and the case was heard.
Inman's testimony, which was des
cribed as vague by the court, was to
the effect that he and Beal were
strangers. They were seated near each
other during the basket ball game, and
he wa3 rooting pretty vociferously.
Beal turned around and told him vo
shut up, he said. Nothing more was
said, but at the clone of the game he
was inclined to resent it, and had told
Beal that it took a good deal of nerve
to talk that way. Thereupon, friends
of the couple intervened. Later, at
Tenth and Box Butte, they stopped on
a vacant lot. He blacked Beal eve.
he said, and the latter struck him while
he was getting his overcoat otf. Some
one had also stepped on his face, with
serious damage to its appearance, but
he was not inclined to blame Beal.
The defendant's testimony was to
the effect that Inman was making cute
remarks which seemed to apply to the
young lady he was escorting. He had
told Inman to shut up. Later, they
had some words, and l'riends had pre
vented a fight. Inman had followed
him, and they finally mixed it.
Judge Tash, after hearing the evi
dence, decided that Inman was the ag
gressor, having gone out of his way a
block to follow Beal, and ruled accord
ingly. He did not rule on the question
of which was victorious in the scrap.
CHURCHES
METIIOIUST C HI UC II.
1 hreo new menilers were received
into the church Sundiy morning: Mr.
and Mrs. 10. W. I'ussm'oic from Pearl
church, Omaha, nrd Iteibert N.
Youmr from the Methodist church of
Kene.-aw.
The ladies' aid meets with Mrs. Pate,
80S l!n Butte, Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Drake and Mrs. Yanders will be
assistant hostesses.
The choir will mert at the church
Thursday night at 7:110 to practice for
the Sunday night program entitled,
"The Story of the Orient." There are
moi-e than thirty members of the choir.
They will appear in costume for this
program.
Tonight (Tuesday) the Sunday
school board will meet at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Pate.
The young people of the league had
entire charge of the evening service
last Sunday, and gave a very excellent
program. Floyd Donovan is now pres
ident of the league and with his help
ers is preparing a scries of interesting
league meetings. Next Sunday night
they will begin the study of a story
book entitled, "John Wesley, Jr."
MEARL C. SMITH, Pastor.
BAPTIST CHURCH.
The pastor is kept busy these days
visiting and ministering unto the sick,
both at homo and among the members
nnd friends of the church. The calls
for visits are coming in faster than we
can accommodate them. However, let
us be patient, as we go where we think
we are needed th most. Owing to so
many of our members being on tlie sick
list, or kept home because of sickness
in the family, the pastor will take the
liberty of postponing the monthly busi
ness mooting one week, so Wednesday
we will have a praper meeting inste.nl.
The subject to be, "Why Should We
Seek to Be Soul Winners." The new
song, "Every One a Personal Worker,"
will be sung.
There will be no Focial nt the church
this week. Let those of us who are
able do what we can to show our inter
est in the sick. Those who can might
take their Sunday school "pajiers to
thoe who were not there. The B. Y.
P. U. continues to improve, and sev
eral bouquets of flowers were yent to
the sick this week by them. But let
us not "say it with flowers" altogether,
let us pay a personal visit.
We are preparing to revive as
guests the Alliance Volunteer Fire de
partment next Sunday evening. The
orchestra will play, and special songs
will be given by the choir.
B. J. MINORT, Pastor.
Tanlac's world wide fame is due to
its merit. It doea the work. F. E.
Rolston. 19
In VRe
'Tonight's feature at the' Imperial is
"The Passionate Pilgrim," from the
novel by Samuel Merwin, Matt Moore
and Ruby de Reymer take the lead
ing roles in the story of Henry Calver
ly, an author, who to protect his
mother-in-law from the consequences J
of an involutary crime, sends her away i
and is himself sent to prison for three
years.' His wife, her daughter, soon
dies. Assuming the name of Stafford, i
he begins life anew as a reporter on ,
his release and is assigned to inter-,
view the mayor, Tim Mclntyre, who
is in league with the trustees of the
rich Cantey estate of which Miriam
Cantey a beautiful invalid daughter of
the testator, is the guiding mind.
When Stafford's story is published,
Mclntyre causes him to be discharged.
Miriam prevails upon Stafford to write
a biography of her father and during
that period they fall in love with each
other.
Wednesday's attraction is "Little
Miss Hawkshaw," with Eileen Percy.!
An irate nobleman ejects his daugh
ter, Patricia, from his castle because
she married the son of a blacksmith.
Patricia leaves for America, while her
husband is placed under arrest at the
order of the nobleman. In mid-Atlan
tic a baby is born to the grief-stricken
woman, bhe dies, leaving tne baby in
care of an old sailor. Eighteen years
later little Patricia is seen in New
York as the mistreated foster-daughter
of the seaman, and figuring as a
"newsboy." The plot develops rapidly
until the heroine discovers that she not
only is heiress to a rich estate, but the
possessor of a true man's heart.
Thursday and Friday "The Man
From Lost River" will be shown. The
stars are House Peters. Fritzi Brunette
and Allen Forrest. The story pictures
the trials of a powerful, patient lumber
camp foreman in "standing by" the
girl he loves while a weak nepnew or
a millionare marries her, neglects her
and eventually proves his utter un-
worthiness. An act of providence
strips all the characters in the play
to their fundamental finess or base
ness, at the same time that wickedness
receives its just reward.
Raid in Little
Mexico Sole Job
for the Police
The past few days have been quiet in
police circles, the only thing that broke
the monotony of days without a cap
ture being a search of the bunk cars
in Little Mexico yesterday afternoon.
The freight crews reported a number
of leather cushions from way cars
missing, and city, county and Burling
ton police made a leisurely search.
They discovered seven cushions, the
number that had been reported miss
ing, and these were turned over to the
storehouse . No arrests were made, it
being understood that the Mexicans
simply borrowed them from the cars.
own
MUTIIS
Wedno day, January 2.1 To Mr. and
Mrs. William Vo,;el, of Rock Creek
precinct, n Ixiy.
Tue-diy Janunry 31 To Mr. nnd
Mr;-. W. R. Nelson, 10." Yellowstone,
n girl.
Thoiii-nnds of thin, frnil men nnd
women have reported an astonishing
and rnpid increase in weight a a re
sult of taking Tanlac. F. E. Holslcn.
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'4v GIFTS TIfAT LAST
MEN!
"Pat" says, Your watch ought
to be looked into, by an expert
repair man at least once a year.
It may be running alright now,
but if it isn't cleaned and oiled
about that often, it starts
ing and tearing away the mechanism. Many a good
watch has gone wrong in less than a year's time, after
it has been nglected for a year. Dring your's in today
and let us look it vcr.
They've gone wildl They're out every night!
They wor.'t stay quiet!
It's that new record "TY-TEE" down at Thiele's.
There are saxes, there are brasses, there arc whistles!
Ci me in and hear them. '
Victor
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The office of Drs. Jeffrey & Smith
will be in charge of Dr. J. H. Jeffrey
during the month of February, while
Dr. Smith is in the east taking up
post graduate work.
Drs. Jeffrey & Smith
Chiropractic Health Service.
"When I began taking Tanlac I only
we'ghed J'S pounds, now weight 12
j ound.i nnd never felt better in my
.fV rjiya Mrs. Ch.MP. Fcden, of Hunt
viile, Atru F. E. llohtcn. 19
NOTICE Milk at r() for find eight
qonrts. Dr. t milk in city. We deliver.
This milk is from Rnoch Boyer's sani
tary dairy nnd from te-ted cows.
Phone W.l-W. Fortner Bros. 18-tf
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