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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, FI1!) AY, FERRCARY 1022.
nvn The following program will be pre-j A S'-ottNh Kite danee is p'anned foi tented by the Alliance band at the Imperial theatre, i-Vbruary , J. P. aiann, director. Miss Janet Grassmun, Soloist March "Sinfunia"', Hayes. "Entry o. the Gladiators.- Fulik. Overture, "Hose d'Amour," Blecer. "Gems of Steven Foster," (Ameri can Fantasia), op. 205, Tobani. "A Perfect Day," vocal with orches tra, Carrie Jacobs-Bond. "I Love You Truly," Carrie Jacobs Bond "Spring's Awakening," Bach. "The Secret." intermezzo, Gautier. Iiost Arrow, Indian Keif, ley and Thompson. March from "Athalia," Mendelssohn, a I . i ... itp rooi frarnen on rrntnv even-nr rebruary 1, to which all members of nil .Masonic bodies have been invite to attend. Refreshments will " be served and an extra pleasant evening is cxjeciea Little Miss Grace Berrv, prand dauphter of .Tudpe and Mrs. L. A. Berry, spent Thursday evening at the nome ot her grandparents here. She i the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Berry of Lakeside. Mike Callahan of Ardmore, S. D., vas brought to Alliance yesterday for medical attention. He was injured when he fell into a car of coal which was being dumped from a high trestle. Tbe lumps of coal and the fall from the trestle seriously injured him, breaking his left wrist and his nose an badly cutting him about the head. He is in the hospital at present and is said to be doing as well as could be expected. Mrs. Henry Kaulfman was oiirrntoil romance, on for goiter Monday. This is the seconn operation of this kind ever performed in Alliance. She is reported as doing nicely. John McCormick, -of Grand Island, is visiting with his wife and small daughter. Jean, at the home of Mrs. McCormick's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Nolan. Mrs. I. E. Tash entertained Mrs. Bess Gerhardt Morrison, a well known singer and her accompanist, Miss Mur iel Mimson, at luncheon Unlay. Mrs. Morrison, was here between trains, and will sing at the National soldiers home in Hot Springs next Sunday. Mrs Morrbon has been prominent on Ly ceum and chautauqua platforms for the past several years. Wednesday evening twenty-three friends and neighbors of Mrs. John Nation very pleasantly surprised her at her home, the occasion being her sixty-fourth birthday. The evening was spent in mus;c and games, and a splendid luncheon .was served. The guests presented Mrs. Nation with a beautiful china tea set and set of cups and saucers. Several Alliance Odd Fellows and Rebekahs went to Antioch Thursday evening to install the officers in the Antioch lodges. Among those to go were Miss Opal Russell, district deputy grand master, Mrs. Charles Jeflers, Mrs. John Snyler, Mrs. Fred Trabert, G. B. Gadsby, district deputy grand master of Odd Fellows, A. J. Pickerell and E. C. Drake. , Frank Keid, manager of the Forest Lumber company's yard at Berea, has been ill the past week with a severe auacK ot tonsilitis, but is reported im proving. The past matrons and patrons club of the Eastern Star met last Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Meyer, and had a very interesting meeting. RANDOM SHOTS "N tKi'Hr, the medical authorities say, July place it won t reduce a swelling iii the dome. A lail Newark man tarried home to his ig w ie a while carnal. on wreatrt .vhich was insenbed: "lo my beloved Aifo from her lov.nj husband." So ...r, so rood. On his arrival home, ai- ir bestowing his gift, be tried to kill cr with a hatchet. A pood punster could make a wheorc ut of th.s. We suggest either "kil i"g tfith kindness" or "sav it with i lowers,' and you may work it out it your leisure to suit yourself. ALIBI ISAAC coming in late, hears his 1 1 v. t'olib has collected a lot of jokes ''"I h:s hatl them r.n 1 iV lit.-.l m,, Neln'a.-k.i new i):iik r w !.;., any feature ot them. tr ..,.. .,f llnvo iokes )ui.l I lay they were hV-t sni ,n. the rithts Would li.nve exuiin.l I' a. llllU'ton knew thorn u-.ia ii T..1..- .vare. We don't object to an author ep righting original stulf. but there ininlit to be some way to save all those Id wheezes from becoming exclusive. Add to list of inexpensive amuse ments: Keeping an eve on the show. ses for the Iihotoe-rnnhpi. Th. scenery is changed as often as twicp week, sometimes. there was my wife stretched out 01 the floor, phwn unrmisn'o'H, with a (bib lin" a'otifsidf her where Mime l'iy had kno:.ed her cold. U cer tainly w::s a ' rriMe th:rir I!e-e J ,p oil th train all tired 'at after 1 in' in Kim. a Citv wrestl- ne tia-m sheep to market, and- .n;:l ltd t!ie sheen brine? liii.reii me inemi. in Peterson wife move in bed; to he swiftly move .o the cradle ami begins to rock it, "W h:t are you doinir there?" asks his wife. Hush!" says Peterson. "I am keen1 ,v. i. v.. .. 1 :HK llic UUU1 UMCVW. 11 WOHe up an I r.,,. i,- . : ... i. hour or t o ago and I have been by it n ViTZ"? box mute county the coming summer. PKOPKIETY. The pay Lothario, havi ig lieen nskel fo sing, approached the careful girl. "Wdl ou accompany me on the pi; no?" he asked. "Not without n chaneron." nnwiml the caieful gil l. Because she was a very, very careful girl. Hiitf, Paland & Co.. who manufac ture aeroplanes, flying bjats, motor boats and small craft t.f have written in to our information Ia. ever since. "Indeed!" replied Mrs. Teterson. tnat s strange! Baby has been in bed with me." mm Frank Freimuth, properietor of the Ford garage at Lingle, Wyo., who has been in Alliance for the past Week on business, returned to Lingle Thursday. Mrs. F. E. Ueddish and Mrs. Edith Anderson arrived from California to day to attend the funeral of their hus band and father, F. E. Beddish. The country is petting into a fear ful shape when the Salvation Army authorities have to issue an order for bidding the lassies to wear their skirts higher than seven inches above the ground. rOTTEK S POET The attention of Leo and Gatenbv. Cliadron s poet laureate and his side kick, is respectfully directed to the fol- It anyone desires to tell them the truth, we'll gladly give the address. e navent had the heart to say it. At that. Jimmie Max field miirht Imv a flying boat. DEEP STUFF. (Scottsbluff Star-Herald) A gazink who hnd mvnmiunin.1 a tock train met a friend the other evening and we overheard the start of what we thought was going to bo n real story. "I got oft ut the depot an' The feature photoplay at the Im perial tonight w.ll be -lhe Man From l ost River " which is a repeat show ing of a Mm that plasead spectators yesterday. The cast includes House iciers, rrr.z: iJrunctte and Allan For-1 'ack Nornvm, hn?e mother was one 'ovrd by S las !yo, Multimillionaire, o Jj.ck going home after lieing fired .'roni a I o-ikkeeper's job reads of thn rich man's- death and lenm that ho is he r to the nii.-er's e'g'hy millionflL A black hand rang h id ki'lnd Gydi be ' Hi e ho refused to pay (hem tribute, nd the panniers send .T:.ck the samo l."mands nnd threats. He is doubly 'rave becau ;e his girl th'nks that ho will Ik weakened by wealth and re fuses to marry him until he proves otherwise. Underground passages, se cret apartments tenements and fino hotels all are woven into a chain of thrills. Wesley Barry, the freckhvfarod child phenom, stai fn "Dintv,'' which will Ik shown Monday. How Dinty becomes king of the newsboys' trust. works his way into the good graces) of the assistant district attorney, aids n tne recovery or his fiancee, who has been kidnaped by a gang of Malay half breeds and engineers a littlo ro mance of his own. is revealed in nnn of the best films of the tcrecn. Mary Miles Minter w ill appear Mon lay in "Pont Call Me Little Girl." playing the role of an incorrigibla girl of eighteen, who rebels at beini? ueaied iikc a little girl by her moth- rest, and the storv dfut ;h Kier a widow who is trying to ftpuc-ar trials of a lumber camp foreman who I orP i'nutnfuI than fhe really is. sUnds by the girl he loves when she r , ry' lrpw,l aml reatoi liko in m:m iom to n wpnlr nnlur . mdlionuire. The play is well cast and the working out of tho plot provides some fine opportunities for House Peters, who finally is rewarded for nis tailhtu.ness in the manner whirh I U'onf V,. ...... . U - a .. ,1. . """"HI niiltll! lowing lines from the bard of Potter. "v Sl lII,nK nouceiine considers most fitting. I The Chadron men will please note that n'ls snme. V'0 Potn on the Ziehen , . .i- . i . . ... . I Moor. An tnpn I cm hiw iAi.t V. ; . i Tn. - i,;n . ... i ine poeiicai ieci. iracK witnout sacn- ... , . c"le,l,li muronaire is tne fmn at- fice of sense: s m' Up F Kl'c me a k,nl tnwtlon for Satui-day, in addition to I Al Slimmer prows my purse alas! t.asn i have none, I'm afraid. Sadly then I sit and wait: Wait for springtime's happy hours. ice is hard to masticate 1 would rather dine on flower The Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, according to figures recently given out by the imperial wizard, during the year lf21 distributed more than r an infant, decides to strike and puite turns the family affairs topsy-turvy. Wanted 100-lb. slock pigs. O'Bannon & Neus- wangcr. . 18tf so when the divorce suit is filed Ftrong circumstantial evidenco the honeymoon is ended. vv u....u , ! million dollars in charity. Perhaps thi: , ... ..rt.Miaw i eiui ne( io ner, ncu.es t ip sal:n-in .f ITi home in Rapid City, S. I)., this morn-1 ing, after a five weeks' visit with herl daughter, Mrs. R. C. McCluie. organizers. The bureau of the census has figured Mrs. H. V. Campbell entertained the following guests Tuesday evening at her home, the occasion being in honor of her birthday: Mr. and Mrs. James Dobry, Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Shawver, Mr. and Mrs. Will Edwards, George Nation, Miss Ethel Clary, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe D. Williams. The M w t 1 !l ou that women in the United States con- reel i rh, . live longer than the men. Which re- uSAaifIl'rIeiuned , m''" us of the married men who waf p ""' tuuiMiuv Hiier a weex s ,.i.i u..t i viit with MI,:., Mo,i w . '""" livu innper mar. Division Engineer A. M. Gaddis of Scottsbluff was in Alliance Wednesday, checking up claims filed against the state highway funds. their wives. "No." he commented, in a hopeless tone, "we don't live longer; it only seems that way." Incidentally, the census figures show that women in the rural districts live . r. ,, . , I longer than onyo?.e else. Where arc uS!hu"J!f.-Wr w,as operated on at the reformers wh are always spout- VYT " r" ua - mormnK ,.Ior ing about the poor, downtrodden iTn o, ,B mceiJ' accorujn6 farmers wives? Postmaster Robert Graham, who has been quite ill for the past few days with an attack of la grippe, is much improved today. Ernest Essex, son of Mr. and Mr. TODAY'S BEST STORY. "The big bum," explained the shrimp xor the benefit of a group of friends, "the big bum was standing on the corner when I passed by with several ladies. He saw me and I said to him N. W. bridge club met Thurs- William Essex.' underwent a minor - in passing: day evening at the home of Mrs. A. W. eration at the hospital Wednesday t speak to me in public,' I Newberg. , The guests included Mrs. B. L. Sturgeon, Mrs. Potter, Mrs. H. A. Dubuque, Mrs. A. E. Nelson, Mrs. E. L. Finch, Mrs. H. Patrick, Mrs. Tom Griffith, Mrs. Bert Ponath, Mrs. Joe Bogan, Mrs. Roy McKenzie and Mrs, L. P. Dickinson. morning.' said, 'because if you do I'll just bust your face on the sidewalk.' " But the same big bum happened to The regular meeting of the Daugh ters of the American Revolution will be held at the home of Mrs. F. A. HiveJy Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. with Mrs. W. D. Rumer as assisting hostess. A paper, "Landmarks," will be given by Mrs. Roy Beckwith. Dele gates will be elected for the state con vention. - The Thursday Night bridge club was entertained at the home of Mrs. Frank Abegg last evening. Those present .were Mrs. B. G. Bauman, Mrs. Joe O'Connor, Mrs. Walter Buechsestein, Mrs. Dewey Donovan, Mrs. Dr. Ever ett OTCeefe, Mrs. Clarence Schafer, Mrs. Roy McCormick and Mrs. John O'Brien. Miss Opal Russell, county superin tendent, plans to leave Sunday night on a ten-day trip, during which she will attend the state convention of county superintendents at Lincoln Tuesday and Wednesday of next week. She will visit at York and Giltner be fore returning. The Lodeka Campfire girls met at the home of the guardian, Miss Avis Joder, Thursday evening. They held a council fire, and awarded honors to the following meSLers: Dorothy Hampton, Margaret Schill, Evelyn Kuhn and Bernice Wilson. Four new members were initiated. The ladies' aid of the Methodist church met at the home of Mrs. W. R. Pate Wednesday afternoon, with Mrs. E. C. Drake and Mrs. Fred Yanders as assisting hostesses. The meeting was a work day meeting with about twenty-five members present. Dainty refreshments were served. Mrs. F. E. Holsten returned Thurs. day from Omaha, where she has been overhear . the shrimp relating the in unaer medical care in the Clarkson cioent. hospital. i "You said all this to me in pass- . ing?" he demanded threateningly. Elgin D. Ray of Calloway and Isa- "Y-y-yes," stammered the shrimp, belle J. Hathaway of Arnold were "But we were passing in a car at about married Wednesday by Judge Tash. fifty miles an hour." Mr. and Mrs. Herman Nelson have' A county officer started to tell us returned from a visit in Omaha at some good joke that his wife got oft the home of Mrs. Nelson's parents. on him. but right in the middle of it decided that it was entirely too clever William V. Ooodman and Mrs. Ella and proceeded to forget. If it were a Compton, both of Fairbury, were mar-, witness under examination who did ried Wednesday by Judge Tash. Mrs. C. E. Cole of Morrill is in the hospital after an operation which was performed Friday of last week. ' The P. E. O. sisterhood will meet at the home of Mrs. M. S. Hargraves Monday afternoon. the forgetting, wouldn't there be a I roar? One local crowned head is reported to be worrying. Worry is as good as a diet for re- Mrs. Gillispie, 211 Yellowstone ave., has been quite ill for the past week with the la grippe. The Episcopalian ladies will hold a food sale at Duncan's Saturday afternoon. Jaunita Leggett had her tonsils re moved Friday afternoon at the hos pital. Miss Emma and Mamie Baltes were in Alliance Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. W. T. Roberts of Crawford was operated on for gall stones Monday. Mrs. Carl Thomas of Morrill was operated on for gall stones Monday. Frank Potmesil of Hemingford was an Alliance visitor Wednesday. There will be held an examination on March, 8 and 9, 1922 for the posi tion of Inspector of Locomotives. There will be held an examination Thursday evening the Methodist on March 22 and 23, 1922 for the posi- choir met at the church for rehearsal . tions of inspector of safety appliances of the "Story of the Orient," a song ' and inspector of hours of service, hervice to be given at the church next j Further information may be ob Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. tained from the secretary of the local Deering were hosts and served a dain- j board of examiners at Alliance, Neb., ty Valentine luncheon after the re- or U. S. civil service commission, hear sal. The Knights of Columbus will enter- Washington, D. C. It may be granted that some of the tain the children at the club rooms on alleged comic artists can draw pictures Valentine day. The committee in and salaries, but it still remains one charge is Mrs. Frances Nolan McCor- of life's little mysteries how they ever mick, E. C. Zimmer and Dr. J. M. drew laughs. Kennedy. It is planned to send out about a hundred invitations. The world is acting as if it had gumboils and tonsilitis, instead of as The monthly meeting of the Box if it had a crop to make and a soul Butte county medical association was to save. held last night with the statf of St. . Joseph's hospital. The meeting opened A Boston jurist wants the word with a banquet at 6 o'clock after which "gent" eliminated from our language. a rounti lauie mscussion 01 various oun, mere are men no other a one a- topics of interest was held. - I tion will fit. Fountain Syringe Special , $1.19 50c MILK OF MAGNESIA Two for 51c 75c HAIR BRUSH Two for 76c Two Tubes of KLENZO TOOTH TASTE 26c 60c Pound of CASCADE LINEN special 25c SATURDAY AT I 9 A NN O UN G IN G i the cr rival of Early Spring Vogues A SPLENDID SHOWING of chic TaiUeurs and smart Wraps and Frocks as well as colorful Chapeaux is hereready for an advance Spring showing. Many very interesting style features are in evidence and Milady will welcome some novel and delightful depar tures that we do not wish to disclose without having an opportunity of showing them. In every garment we have selected you will see that distinctness of style that can be had only at the Fashion Shop. There is an added charm in our apparel which icomes from the assurance that only the most correct inladies' ready-to-wear is shown here. May We Not Expect An Early Visit From You? We also wish to call your attention to our full line of Munsing Underwear for Spring and Summer wear. You can.be sure to find here those things that will give you the greatest satisfaction. Earliest Showing of Spring Fisk Hats Ultra-Smart models, which have filled our salesforce with enthusiasm, are here await ing your early inspection. You will be delightfully surprised with their originality. THE FASHION SHOP