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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1902)
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j Lockwood's Art Display I
At these prices ALL can
Our Furniture and House Furnishing stock is
TUB LAROKST AND
MOST COMPLETE STOOK
in the city.
Our "Prices and Terms" are so reasonable that
any can afford to have NICE FURNITURE.
Call and see our
of fine Furnituto and Knicknacks that arc" arriving
daily for our Holiday .trade.
Hrtf irtcnprtirur OI
OUR Prices you will readily say
"it Ooic f TnSrlf99
Alliance Cash Meat Market.
- ONE DOOR SOUTH OF OPERA HOUSE.
Fresh and Salt Meats,
FISH AND OYSTERS
Cash Paid for Hides
ARE PROPRIETORS OP THE
. ' ' Finest "Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
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Agenfor FItED KKUG BREWING CO.,
EXTRA PALE and Other Popular Brands.
. IF'a.KCLil'sr Z?xLd.e Solicited. .
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Goods Delivered td any part of the city. Come and See Us.
Dray and Transfer Line.
The only spring dray
The Herald has the best
west, and turns out the best work.
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C aMxx - 4nt O
MJ M SMMS
It's an unconditional sur
render ot dirt in bundles
left with us. Improved
methods and machinery
enables us to do this with
out injury to the cloth
no pounding, banging,
tearing or ripping in our
desirable finish, satisfied
customers' are the results
jF fi &&
Alliance Steam Laundry
Takes up one large room to Display their
in oils, water colors and pastels. .
The LATEST thing in ART is the -BURNT
WOOD WORK called PYROGRAHY." "It
makes a hit with all."
Our prices on these
ictures range trom
afford Beautiful Trimmings for the Home.
Our line of Musical Instruments is
complete. Guitars, Mandolins and
ViolinB range in Price from
$5. to $50.0
Remember wo carry in sttick the
make of Musical Instruments.
IP Piirnifuri r.lncplv nm
ALLIANCE HEAT CO., Prop.
HEN YOU GO TO LEAVE TdWN, don't worrj
about what to do with your Household "Goods
S. A. Miller will take charge of them; store tlier
in a nice, dry and cool place and pack and sbh
wherever desired. Charges "sasonabJf
line in the city.
equipped Job Office in the
Contractor and Bulk
Turning and Scroll
Work and all
Kinds of Shop
GEO. Q. GADSBY,
In 0. A, Anderson's 1 .
Blacksmith ghop, f ALLIANCE, Nub.
sTtle 5. T?.evce.
ARcnt for tue Calndonlnn. of
Scotluud, which Insures town
property only, and tho Colum
bia, which Insures town mid
farm property and live stock.
Itoth uro reliable old Hue com
panies : Notarial "Work. ...
j? 00 to 9 00
For a Full
That Can't Ue Real
. In Tovyn.,..
Tinware Bnd .
1 CALL ON.
"ovws ot 5avr
1 1 D.Rodgers
W. M. FOSKET,
Will Cry Sales in This and
Adjoining Counties. . . ,
I On COMMISSION, or
BY THE DAY.
T Satisfaction guaranteed. If
you want to buy or sell ranch prop-
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.. DEALERS IN..
Is Our Leader. Try It.
SKA'"1- SIA,N ALLIANCE. NKIJ.
Cattle to Winter.
Wanted, cattle or horses to winter at
my ranch twenty miles northeast of Alli
ance, Plenty of hay, range and water.
Address me at Rushville, or A. J, Gilbert,
Moomaw, Neb. Walter R, Kent.
i0 LAUNDRIES IN CHINA.
Sailor Ponders Ovor What lo Him Is
"It's tho funnlmt thing to mo," said
an old Boa captain wh6 ror ihnt.y yoara
was In tho China trade, as ho Bottled
himself comfortably hack Iff his chair
and blow a few rlcai of wnoho Into
tho nlr, "that nh.e ont of every tep
Chinamen who fon to this oourtry
opon laundries nad orgaRo iu a h't-1
ness which does not Oxl't In their
"Ab overyono , luiowa, His Chlnoso
at homo wear soft cut'en nd woolon
sarmoi'ts, according to rh season, and
there Is not a pounl of Etarch In all
China. Stlftly starchefl .othos aro
unl nown, and tho Chine . on do not
do tho washlnR, na they do In this
country. Neither Is there ary regular
laundry In tho flowery Kirftdom.
Thoroforo It Is mcro Ca. pt..alng
strange that Chinamen o! orlJ a.l como
to America to onggo la n .:ade so
foreign to their hom lotluitrios,"
HAD Ht3 LESSON LEARNED
Pupil In Mr. rtockjfcliar's 8unday
Schcol GavcGrtd Answer.
John D. Rockefeller, Jr., as la well
known, Is an anion Sunday School
Wcrkor and supnrlntpuds a gathorlng
of youngsters every Sunday, Hla ox
porlencoB arc not unllko thoso of oth
er religious workers and tho nnswors
to somo of his queries aro amusing,
fn fact, ono answer wad embarrassing
rather lhan amusing.
Ho desired to encourago tho mom
bora of his class to commit to memory
certain bible vcrsea. Somotlmes tho
teacher would quote a portion of tho
sontonco, halt, ard almost Involun
tarily tho BtUdoiU would comploto It.
"The earth U tl 2 Lord's?" aug
gostcd tho tec."iior.
Tho boy could not continue.
"And tho fu!lncs3 thore " en
couraged Mr. P.oclff2ller,
"Belongs to tho Utfndard Oil com
pany," added the pupil.
Kept Given Namo Secret. .
Col. A. W. ShafTer, ci. :. Tjtmnstor of
Raleigh, N. C, and a .an of promt
nenco throughout tho r ", lived for
thlrty-flve years In Ualc .v d was a
resident of that place 1., tio tl-no pf
his death last week. Bu, c oro thcro
or olsewhoro, not oven L a wife, inow
his given name. When Col. frc "ffer
was appointed postmastrr by r.cl
denl Harrison It wa3 euppoeo.l, of
courso, that ho would give his full
name when nubacrlblng to tho tatU of
offlco, thlB being rociulrod by the gov
ornmont. Tho colonel, howew?, re
fused to do eo and U wsu ol' alter
considerable correspondence that ho
was permitted to assume the ofilce.
No ono knows why he was so secret
Jve about tho matter, "
Negroes Will Rclgn Supreme.
An Amorican paradise for tho negro
is soon to be established on Long Is
land. It will bo known an Bculah
land, and tho design lo to populate tho
colony with negroes from the Vir
ginias, Pennsylvania and tho southern
states. The object Is to havo a co
operative colored colony, Tho colored
man Is to rule everything. Three
hundred colored raon and women will
como from.Georgla and North Carolina
within a month. Thoy will be estnb
llshod In portnblo houses capable of
accommodating five persons nnd cost,
lng $125 each. Negroes will own and
operate tho factories, electric roads,
electric light, gas and water plants.
George Seton, a London writer, hM
published a budget of anecdotes, ono
of. which tolls of a fashionable wom
an who appeared before Popo Leo In
a very low-necked dreea. Hla HolJ
ness disapproved of tho coBtTi-.no Sv
strongly that ho sent a cardinal in re
monstrate with tho wearer. The
messenger made this rather ambigu
ous explanation: "Tho Pope, my "deal
madam. Is rather old-fashioned, you
know, and dislikes seeing any lady In
evening dress. I, on tho othor hand,
who havo spent six years of my Mfo
as a missionary among tho cannibals,
am quite used to It."
Where Feathers Come From.
The beautifully colored feathers ont
sees In tho shops como from China,
Japan, and tho Islands of tho Pacific
South seas. India, Africa and South
America send a great quantity of par
adise birds, herons, cockatoos and par
rots, although most parrots skins
como from China, where tho small,
green parrot la so common as to bo al
most a pest. Tho Iridescent Implon
and tho llttlo merle como from South
America. White pigeons from Japan
take tho placo of tho gull, now protect
ed on American shores,
A Good Suggestion.
Beerbohm Tree, tho London nctor,
has a daughter, Viola, who shows
stropg artistic tendencies, though she
does not wish to enter the profession
in which her parents havo been so
long prominent. When quite a llttlo
girl she begged her father to got her
a pony. "But, my dear," said ho, "a
pony costs a lot of money." Llttlo
Viola considered a moment and then
said: "Well, why don't you act better
and then you would got moro monoy."
Her Words Came True.
Senator Prltchard of North Caro
lina, telling how healthy his section
of tho state is, remarked: "A moun
taineer, aged ninety-two, and his wifo,
aged ninety, were returning from tho
funeral of their oldest child, who had
died at the ago of seventy-one. They
were both deeply grieved. As they
were discussing their loss tho wife
'"I always told you, John, that w
would never raise that child.'
Oattlo Royal In Court Room.
During a trial in 11 clrll court In tho
Dangaloro district of India tho othor
day a dispute arose hotwoon tho de
fendant and ono of tho vltnon for
tho plaintiff. Tho two camo to blOwB.
Thd witnesses of both parties Jolnod
In, and sympathizes with the rival
factions taking a part, tho court be
came a glorlflod prlno ring. Tho bat
tle lasted for an hour, nnd tho police
and military had eventually to Come
In and disperse the mob.
Koranp Muct Out Topknots.
Reports rrt.m Rtfoiil state Hint tho
Korean govm.ipent has lantied nn
order for tho stmultntioous cutting of
topknotn by all loyal Kotcarn. Mili
tary and roltr omecrs havo been
commttti I (o B'V that tho order Is
at onco c pyad Mid somo of tho gov,
ernmer.t uQclala who opposed the
moaahr havo !!dn raprlmanded by
the ore- -i ir and alao dismissed Trom
England's Coal Industry.
Compared wlt TlHRlnnd's mining
Industry, tho nntlrnfJto buglnosa ot
Pennsylvania In a small rMfstr to have,
inado -uch a treniondtje :o'. Our
nnthraclto mines produce ti ,1 1 fifty
million tons a year. Last year Eng
land expo-tod Vj Hamburg nkro 1,
110,000,000 tons of coal. Phlladolphln
Adjusting Glass Globes.
In fitting on globes It Is a common
error to screw them on to the gas
flxturo ns tightly as pgsstblo. This Is
a gravo error, for If tho globo has not
room to expand It will surely break
when tho is lighted and the glass
bocomos hot. Many mysterious break
ages aro due to too tight scrow3.
- Comfort Better Than Style.
A man went Into a mon's furnish
ing storo In Grand Haven recently to
buy a shirt, and tho clerk inquired If
ho wanted ono with or without a col
lart "O'vo me tho kind without a
collar," tho purchaser said. "Tho
collar hurts my neck when I go to
bed." Grand Rapids Press.
A Jersey City church u-Lkos tho
members of Us choir sign contract
not to marry for a year. Th-'s tjtrlkos
us as a vory Bhort-3'.Rh ed ploco.of
business. Just think how tholr young
voices would soar and tholr vory
hearts beat time In u...ton If tho ban
Japan E-ocrttrig Coal.
Tho export of coal la becoming very
Important In Japan, amounting In
valuo as It did In 1900 to 310.241.71C.
A largo proportion ot that has been
sent to China, British India, Hongkong
and tho roma'mdor to othor countries
in tho eastern scnj.
An oxchargo say ragarding trusts:
"Thero are fou things In the South
with whlqh wo will dely the trusts aud
all the c. il nn.ehltfatlc.ns of Riant mo
nopoly. They aro branch water, per
simmons, watermelons and chickens.
Will Put Life Into Him.
John W. Gates cayB nn a.uo U Just
tho thing lo put now life imo a tired
man. There It no doubt that a uklll
fully p-Jdod mahlno vlll ma' e many
a weary podestrlan do somo astonish
leaf leaps to safety. Dcnvor Ropub
Growth of Corporation.
Tho turnover of 2.Q00 co-operatlvo
societies tn Europe last year was
$400,000,000,' In 189 It amounted to
only $250,000,000. Co-oporatlvo stores
nrq. In successful operation in thirty
eight cities In Ct'i'ornla.
Polcon Male V.aCy Luminous"
At tho inquest 1 n man who died at
tho London hor''a'l recently from
swallowing rat poison' It developed
that tho whole of his body was lumin
ous In tho dark. Tho rat poison con
Wanted for College President.
A determined ufioit Is being made
to secure the Rev. Dr. Rob Roy Mac
Gregor ConverBO of Rochester, JI. Y.,
as president of Hobart College, which
has been without a head for two
flank Director tiw did you como
to examine his book-.? His. Associate
I heard him address his Sunday
school class on "We aro here to-day
and gono to-morrow." Puck.
A perfect whlto elephant is not
white, but merely of a lighter hua
than ordinary. His eyes are pink, with
a yellow Iris; its hido a light brown
lsn red, and hair -id.
Not All So Excitable.
Tho Maryland man who fell dead
whon somebody told him he had in
herited $60,000 left heirs who, it is to
be hoped, aro less excitable.
Fads in Suicide.
Motor cycles and tho football game
are removing some of tho smartest
Americans of tho youthful set. Buf
Must De Healthy Town.
Two men and ono woman living tn
Worcestershire, England, state that
they are centenarians.
Australia's Only Beast of Prey,
The only beast of prey found in
Australia is tho dingo, or wild dog.
STRANGE CA8E OF PARRICIDE.
Inhuman Act Committed In French
Dependency of Algeria.
Qultfc extraordinary i tho parricide
which la reported from Algiers, tho
capital of tha French dojndoncy of
Algeria, riot vory fhr ltcM that town
dwelt nn old mnu, upwards of 112
yoars ot ago, with thro'n of his sons,
the oldest of wl.um Is 1Z. whtlo the
youngest wns to him, at n.A. a Jiivo
nlld of OB munmort. Tho three ons
felt nggrlccd becauso tlilr father
had not gOtm over to tho uajorlty and
loft lib property to th-.. Ho was,
however, stilt halo and t ",rty, so thoy
freioontly oxhortod htm :o dtvldo hid
estate botwoen thoin, a ct, d proposal
which ho naturally odou:. Rtoutly do
cllnod to entertain. A fiw ovonlnga
ago. ns tho vouernhlo w . r was
returning hoirtawaid w h 1 mulo
laden with dates, his tdrt son went
out to meet, nnd after confronting him
with an ulUnintUm whi' h ho rojocted
with contempt, pulled t sit a pistol and
shot him Uirough c tft. Tho mur
derer, and his brother thw. took flight,
but thoy were car'.i-ofi after a hot
ehaao. They wci'tl i-nvltnbly hav
boon l?-! if mi. f'-indnrmos had
not LtU.'.rJ evt-.j :.ij& to protect
NEEDED ThS RIGHT MAN.
How Professor Qualified a Statement
' He Had Made.
Pror. William O. Sumner of Yalo.
Instructor In sociology, devoted a re
cent lecture to woman's placo In so
ciety Trom tho earliest periods to tho
"The numerous occupations that aro
open to woman ocdays Jn tho bust
ness and Induct r ai worlds," said Prof.
Sumner, "has ueneJ on hor part a
comparative In'ffcronco to matri
mony." As tho class wado n noto of this,
thejirofesBor added, wagging a warn
"Mind you, gentlemen, I Bald com
parative, because I never know of one
yot thnt couldn't bo Indued to change
hor mind If tho right itiui tried,"
Husband and Wlf3 Die.
An int;ucEt was held recently at
Brenn, noar Weston-Super Mare, Qlou
cestorshlro, England, en fie bodies of,
Albert Clapp, an eltfT' Ushorman,
and hla wifo. Tho evic' nee shq d
tnat pne Saturday ovenlrg Clapp Lad"
gone to' fish hi3 notH. Tho ulght vaa
dark and foggy, nnd, losing his r ay,
he stuck in tho mud and was drftwned
by tho Incoming tide. Mrs. C'app,
anxious at hor llusbaad'a prt'.cr.ged
absence, went to look for him with a
lantern. Sh suffeiod ircjn heart dis
ease, nnd In her fright at not finding
hfr husband succumbed In tho mud.
Both bodies woro washod aahoro,
about half a mile apart, next morn
lug. 'Kcrtlllon Makes Ono Cuic-sn,
Bertlllcn, tho export, who won un
cnvlablo notoriety la tho Dreyfus
case, has at last vindicated hid claims
for his ny)tni of detection, A' mys
torloUa .murder was committed In
Paris lately and no clow was left by
tho murderer except certain tiager
marks on a window pat.e. Tho
streaks woro photographed and en
larged and Bortillon Identified them
as belonging to a man who had un
dergone the anthropometric syptem
eight years ago. The man v&& found
nntl arrested aud tho murder va j been
proved agnln&t him.
Tho explorations of Dr. Kldonberg
an'i hts discoveries tn tho rulrs of Ne
buchadnezzar's palace at IV'jylon aro
creating the deepest ir.tc:it among
Gerpian orientalists. Dr. Ivolderhorg
declares that -the tlllrg h rao'f-Mtnd
surrtsses In finer. cpe cf ?)r. v nd
lpetr'.ous beauty anything i.u. .. rn
art has over attained, tud u ins
wUteu that he la conviiKod t-i&t ho
vrlll find further epcc'T.cts proving
that even In tho tlmo ct Afcr-i-?. -a and
earlier art had reached a high point
of development on tho plaln3 of
Washington's Numerous Pews.
It Is hardly conceivable that Georgo
Washington could have remained the
richest man in America had ho paid
rent for all the church pows accredit
ed to him. Scarcely a village that
had a church In his day but points
with pride now to tho Washington
family pew. It Is true, however, that
ho had much need of tho invocation
of spiritual grace, for when he !ost
control of a temper, never very mild,
as ho did at Trenton and other places,
ho was quite capablo of swearing a
volley of good, round oaths, Peters
Deaths of Turkish Sultans.
Abdul Hamid, sultan of Turkey, has
Just celebrated his 60th birthday. Thirty-four
Othmans havo reigned In Tur
key and the longest reign was less
than fifty years, Solyman I, having sat
upon the throne from 1520 to 1568.
Only ono sultan in the nineteenth cen
tury, only one In the eighteenth and
only ono In the seventeenth ruled
longer than Abdul, and most ot his
predecessors have been slain or put in
chains before, their friends were able
to wish them many happy returns of
their 00th birthday.
Pioneer In Hard Luck.
Peter De Villa, the discoverer of
gold tn the Klondike region and onto
fabulously rich, 1b now earning a live
lihood by nailing boxes at tho Ben Le
mont winery t Santa Cruz, Cal, lie
has a suit pending for the recovery of
one of the richest mines in the Nom
region, but has no means with whtyk
to prosecute It, and tho case is likely
to go against him by default.
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