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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1908)
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An Election Primer
Pertinent Points About Our Election
Machinery For New Voters and Old
The - -
lly Governor CHARLES E. HUGHES.
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THE REPUBLICAN PARTY.
When did the Republican party originate 1
Lti 1S"4. Tho name was first used at u jiolitical convention in
Jackson, Mich. The first Republican national convention mot in Pitts
burg, Pa., in 1S50 and adopted a platioim in which tho chief plank
declared "that tho constitution confers upon congress sovereign power
over the territories of the United States for their government and
that in tho exercise of this power it is both the right and tho impera
tive duty of congress to prohibit in the territories those twin l'elics of
I barbarism, polygamy and slavery.''
Who was the party's first presidential candidate ?
John 0. Fremont. Ilo was defeated by James Buchanan, tho
. Democratic candidate.
Who was the next candidate ?
Abraham Lincoln. lie was nominated at Chicago and elected,
his chief opponent being Stephen A. Douglas, nominated by tho
northern wins of the Democracy. Lincoln was re-elected in 1SG4: ovor
General George B. IMcClellan, Democrat.
How many Republican presidents have there been?
Nine. Lincoln, .Johnson, Grant, Hayes, Garfield, Arthur, Benja
min Harrison. Mclvinloy and Boosevolt. Lincoln, Garfield and
McKinlcy were assassinated. Johnson, Arthur and Roosevelt suc
ceeded to the presidency on the death of the president, being vice pres
idents. Boosevelt was elected to a full term after serving out McTCiri
' ley's uncompleted second term.
Since the civil war, for what has the Republican party chiefly stood 1
For what is knbwn as a protective tariff.
TOP SALES, GOOD FILLS
T A G O BROS.
Livestock Commission Company
io-'ioy Exchange Huilditifj
South Omaha, Neb.,
1 QUALITY WILL TELL
NOWHERE can quality be made to express care and skill more than
in laundering You can Ret clothes WilSllCll anywhere. But
steam laundering means more than washed. It means, ist thor
ough cleansing with steam and harmless soap; 2d finishing by good
machinery and skilled laoor. Plain clothes show the result as well as
fancy articles Won't you let us show you PHONE 100
3 -A.lllsun.ce Stea,rrx Xjsu-u.ri.ca.r37- I
B PB IH !y ylj imtfgVX ffjjfi- y I
For Full Particulars
GENERAL AQT. FOR WESTERN NEBRASKA
Work & j
Alliance Art Studio
M. E. UREUI", Propr.
Artistic Portraits a Specialty
Style & & &
'-L'jT. rr:.i 1TE Vv .fcOJjlfc- rrS t3.HEE.OZEP
AUTOflOBILE WORK A SPECIALTY
Gasoline engines and all kinds of machinery overhauled,
cleaned and put in running order
In the Giidsby Carpenter Shop
Chas. C. Tash & Co.
The Home Paper ZSlXt
terest the home news. Its every
issue will prove a welcome visitor to every member of the family. It
should head your list of newspaper and periodical subscriptions.
4. - $
Mi"H"&jJ2 American peoplo are idealists, l'lu man who goo
about picturing our communities as tillotl with men
having no higher ideal lhan the amazing of wealth
and thinking solely of selfish enjoyment utters the
BASEST LIBEL ITOX TJ1E ANKMCAX PEO
PLE. If we could oiilv keen tho successful man, the
leader in business, in politics or in any of the activities of our great
life, true to the sentiments of the heart of the average American we
should have LESS CAUSE FOR ALARM.
THE AMERICAN PEOPLE ARE FULL OF ZEAL FOR GOOD
THINGS. GOOD IDEALS OF THEIR FATHERS ARE STILL CHER
ISHED IN THEIR HEARTS. THE SPIRIT OF LIBERTY AND THE
DESIRE TO MAINTAIN INCORRUPTIBILITY OF THEIR INSTITU
TIONS ARE JUST AS CONSPICUOUS TODAY, IF THE SENSE OF
THE TIMES IS TRULY READ, AS THEY WERE IN THE DAYS
The people simply WANT THINGS DONE RIGHT, free
opportunity before tho law, vindication of the institutions which
grant all equal rights as citizens, and that no one through corruption
of the government, through any favoritism of administration, shall
obtain AX UNFAIR CHANCE AS AGAINST IDS NEIGH
BOR. That is tho secret of American life. The American peoplo feel
as strongly about it today and, 1 think, more strongly than they hnvo
in many of tho clays that aro gone by.
Mob Justice Undermines
Dy BOOKER T. WASHINGTON.
fOR tho negro criminal, and especially for the negro loafer,
gambler and drunkard, I have nothing but the severest con
demnation, and NO LEGAL PUNISHMENT IS TOO SE
VERE FOR THE BRUTE THAT ATTACKS A WOMAN.
No doubt the peoplo who ongage in lynehings and excuse them
believe that they will have the effect of striking terror to the guilty,
BUT WHO 'SHALL SAY WHETHER THE , PERSONS
LYNCHED ABE GUILTY;? Those who have examined into the
facts know only too well that in the wild justice of the mob it is fre
quently tho INNOCENT MAN WHO IS EXECUTED. Those
lvnchiniis terrify the innocent, but thev embolden the criminal. The
criminal knows it is much easier to escape the mad fury of the mob
than the deliberate vengeance of the law. But NO MAN IS SO
INNOCENT that he can bo safe at all times from THE FRENZY
OF THE MOB.
MOB JUSTICE UNDERMINES THE VERY FOUNDATION UPON
WHICH OUR CIVILIZATION RESTS VIZ, RESPECT FOR YHE LAW
AND CONFIDENCE OF ITS SECURITY. THERE ARE, IN MY OPIN
ION, TWO REMEDIES FIRST OF ALL, LET US UNITE IN A DE
TERMINED EFFORT EVERYWHERE TO SEE THAT THE LAW IS
ENFORCED, THAT ALL PEOPLE AT ALL TIMES AND ALL PLACES
SEE THAT THE MAN CHARGED WITH CRIME IS GIVEN A FAIR
SECONDLY, LET ALL GOOD CITIZENS UNITE IN AN EFFORT
TO RID THE COMMUNITIES, ESPECIALLY THE LARGE CITIES,
OF THE IDLE, VICIOUS AND GAM3LING ELEMENT.
Women Have a Rosy Future
Almost For the Asking.
By SARAH GKAND. EniliMi Authoress.
XN the future tho mental side of women will play a much more
important part in life than it docs now. MEN WILL
, THTXK IT WORTH THEIR WHILE TO TALK SE
RIOUSLY TO WON EX ABOUT SERIOUS AFFAIRS,
SUCH AS POLITICS. THEY WILL BE AMAZED, it is safe
to say, by the fresh and penetrating outlook women will bring to bear
upon great points of issue and will bo grateful for their advice instead
of being merely tolerant or frankly contemptuous.
A new vista of worlds for them to conquer will be open to them
and will induce them to try to add to their already acknowledged
assets of beauty, tenderness and domesticity, quickness of wit and
alertness of brain, qualities only admired by a few men now.
It is a ROSY FUTURE to which women have to look, I am
firmly convinced, and theirs ALMOST FOR THE ASKING. But
it is apathy, the result of the chronic debility induced by the weight
and pressure o"f tight clothing, that is against them.
LET WOMEN LEARN AND SHOW HOW THE RACE WILL GAIN
BY EVERY IMPROVEMENT IN THEIR POSITION, AND THEY NEED
ONLY ASK TO HAVE ALL THAT THEY REQUIRE.
The Conflict Between Self
Indulgence and Temperance,
By Profejjor E. A. R.OSS In "Soclil PtyeUoloay."
CUE conflict between self indulgence and temperance is always
breaking out afresh, BECAUSE IT IS A PARADOX
TO SAY THAT THE WAY TO BE HAPPY IS TO
QUIT WHEN YOU STILL WANT MORE. Tho illu
sion of epicureanism fights always with tho paradox of stoicism, FOR
WHAT SEEMS MORE ABSURD OX ITS FACE THAN THE
WEEDING OUT OF YOUR DESIRES INSTEAD OK TRYTNC5
TO GRATIFY THEM ALL? In tho reform of public morals lho
champions of physical force never surronder to tho believers in moral
suasion, for what looks more foolish than improving the conduct of
men by the tedious method of persuasion whn you can threaten them
with tho mailed fist? '
IT 15 BECAUSE THE PATH OF LIFE IS SO THICKSET WITH
THESE PITFALLS OF ILLUSION THAT IT IS NECESSARY TO
MAINTAIN A DISTINCT PROFESSION THE CLERGY TO TEACH
PEOPLE THE BENEFICENT MORAL PARADOXES THAT SAVE THEM
FROM THESE PITFALLS.
Try My Flour
and you won't linve any more
orr about voiir bread
My brands ot At ami low are
not excelled anywhere in this
count rv, anil ladies who have
used them are my bot advertiser11!
Phone No. 71
Res. Phone Ne, 95
THE FLOUR AND FEEO MAN
Miss Mary E. Smalley
T K A C H 1- k O I VOICL
Hiss Edith H. Swan
T I' A C It V. K O I-- PIANO
STUDIO -424 Laramie Avenue
Phone - - 220
We have a
for a large
He will pay a good price
for It, but wants the best.
Do you want to sell yours?
W e also have several cus
tomers for small resi
Phone 281-Allianccc Natl. Bonk Olk.j
DR. G. W. MITCHELL,
I'liyslulnu tine Surgeon Dny and nlRUtcrlU
Ollleeover Uoguo Btore. IMionoiSO,
L. W. BOWMAN,
Omen in first National Hank block. Allt
H. A. COPSEY, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
CulU answered promptly day mid nlirlit from
ollllcn. Unices: Alliance National Bank
UulldliiK over the PostOMoo.
Paid to Eye Work
J GEO. J. HAND,
I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
I Formerly Interne Homeopathic Ho
I pftnl Untveralty ot Iowa.
' Phone 251. Ofllee ovr Alliance Shoe Storo
KeMdoncu I'liono 51.
When you plan your home
remember the importance of
Churchill & Thornton
PHYSICIANS AND SUtar.ONS
(SuecessoM to Dr. .1. E, Mooro)
OFFICE IN FLETCHER BLOCK
Ortln hours lM3n.ru., 2-i i.ui. 7;!lO-9 p.m.
Office Photic 02
Res. Phone, Dr Thornton, 187
Night calls, Phone fia or 187
! DrsXoppernoll & Petersen
lueeeasorit to Urs. Frey A. llalfo)
17 and 18 Rumer Block
Office Phone 43, Kesideuce 20
C. L. WEBER
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Willi Dr. Huffman
Office Phone G5
Res. Phone 184
t do sanitary work and guar
I install Standard bath room
Steam and Hot Water Heat-'
ing- with modern, up-to-date I Mr- and Mrs- B- F- Lockwood
Ideal Boilers and American I i'sktaki.no and emhalmino
Radiators right in my line. ' KESLoffi;.d ?
FRED BRENNAN 'alliance Nebraska
Wm awes GUY H L0CKW00D
" J wOy I Orndunte Chicnco School of Einbalml
B, F. LOCKWOOD.
No. 5. Nebraska.
AUG. F. HORNBURG
Some High-Class Short-Horn Bulls.
I raised the bull calf that took first
premium, also calf that took fifth in
same class, in open competition, at our
State fair in September 1907. My
herd took fourteen ribbons, altogether.
I now have thirty bulls, from one to
three years old, which I would like to
sell for fall delivery; a car load. I will
sell from twelve to twenty; you take
your pick for $100 each. I will keep
them for two months, feed them oats,
alfalfa, etc., get them in good shape.
You take them in December, winter
them at home, aud they will do you
some good. J. G. Hkenizek,
43 xyeat Broken How, Neb.
AT L W.
ALLIANCE. - - - NEBRASKA.
It should be a fit representative of your
busines, which means the high grade, ar
tistic kind, That.s the kind we do.
AN EXCELLENT ASSORTMENT
OF TYPE, GOOD PRESSES AIID
These represent our facilities for doing
the kind of printing that will please you.
The prices are right, and prompt delivery
the invariable rule at this office.
Attorney at Law
Office ic rooms formerly occupied by
U. C. Noleman, First Nal'l Bank blk
Phone tSo. ALLIANCE, NEB.
H. M. BULLOCK.
Attorney at Law,
. ' tfUlTII P. TUTTI.C I II A C, TASH
I TUTTLE & TASH,
WILCOX & BROOME
LAW AND LAND ATTOHNEYS.
Long experience in state and federal
courts and as Register and Receiver U. 0.
Land Office is a guarantee for prompt and
Office In Land Office Building.
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