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IT ALWAYS PAYS
from a Reliable House
We have the BEST of everything good to eat
Our Prices are Right
Yours for a square deal,
4. D. Rodger s
Good Things to Eat
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jF;i Deschs p);i
On the corner west of P. O.
EVERYTHING FRESH AND CLEAN
On SATURDAY, JUNE 19
we will receive by express a fine line of
Fresh Peaches Fresh Apricots
Fresh Strawberries Fresh Cherries
Fresh Pineapples Fresh Banatwas
Fresh Oranges All kinds Fresh Vegetables
320-ACRE MONDELL ACT Select locations for
homesteading- in Wyoming", near Newcastle, Upton and
Moorcroft. Plats on file. Wrire me.
I conduct an excursion on the first and third Tuesday
of each month. Have you friends back east write me at
once about this new tract. The excursions in June will be
the time for good selections.
The above Is the "Quick Meal" Trade
Mark. If you want to tee the little "Quick
Weal" chick get a quick meal, put It close
to your eyes and your nose on the cross
(). Look at It that way steadily for a
minute and you will see the chick make a
"Quick Meal" of the bug. People who
use a "Quick Meal" know how to cook a
meal quick and eat It In comfort "Quick
Meal" Stoves look well, cook well, bake
well and last well. They could not be
made better at any price. Their Immense
sale Is due to their merits to nothing else.
Over 300 Stoves
to Choose from
Prices, $2.7 5 to $32
REPRC8BNT8 THE FOLLOWING INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Hartford Tire Insurance Company.
North American of Philadelphia.
Phoenix of lllooUlyn, New York.
Continental of New York City.
Niagara Fire Insurance Company.
VirmrnrrUl Union Assurance Co., London
'Jcrrnunlu Hire In. Co.
statu of Omaha
D. CLEM DEAVER,
Land Seekers Information Bureau,
Make Happy Homes
A Quick Meal Stove
will do any and all
work that can be
done on a range or
cook stove. Only it
does it QUICKER,
CHEAPER and in a
more agreeable way
Liverpool. London and Globe Ins. Co.
German American Ins. Co., New York.
Columbia Fire Insurance Company.
Phoenix Ins. Jo., Hartford. Conn
Fireman Fund Insurance Co.
Rochester German Itu. Co.
Office L'D-Sialra.Fletchcr lllock.
DR. HALE AT REST
Flags Fly at Half Mast and
All Boston Pays Tribute,
BODY VIEWED BY THOUSANDS,
Impressive Ceremony at Bier of Great
Unitarian Divine Eldest Son of Be
loved Leader Gives the Closing
' Word Remains Taken to Forest
Hill Cemetery, Where Burial Ser
vices Are Entirely Private.
Boston, Juno 14. Under the gold
domes of the Auditorium of the South
Congregational church, whore for
many years Edward Everett Hale
broke the bread of life to his people,
there gathered the great Unitarian
family of Boston to pay a last tribute
to their leader. At the same hour a
host of friends and admirers of Dr.
Halo gathered at the Park Street
church to llBtcn to eulogies by clergy
men of many creedB. Flags were float
ed at half most by order of tho city's
Tho body of Dr. Hale lay In stato
from 10 till 1 o'clock In the South Con-
EDWARD EVERETT HALE,
grogatlonnl church and was viewed by
thousands. British Ambassador Drfco
and Governor Draper were among
thoso present. Arthur Hale, the eldest
son of the deceased, gave the closing
word, rising and saying:
"In accordance with an old custom
of my father, I wish to thank you for
j cut attendance here, and through you
c.l the friends throughout the world."
Tho body was taken to the Forest
Hill cemetery, where the burjal ser
vices wore strictly private.
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PARDON REFUSED SMITH
Former Judge, Convicted of Wrecking
Bank, Must Go to Pen.
, Chicago, Juno 14. Abner Smith,
former Judge of tho citcult court, con
victed of wrecking the Bank of Amer
ica, of which he was president, must
go to tho penltentjnry at once. His
last hope of executive clemency van
ished when Governor Deneen, upon
the recommendation of the state board
of pardons, declined to stand longer
between Smith and tho prison to
which he had been ordered by tho
mandate of tho supreme court.
Tho reprieve upon which Sheriff
Strassheim has been keeping Smith
out of the penitentiary expires today,
and the convicted bank president will
be taken to Jolet ns soon as possible.
BAR LIQUOR AT FORT RILEY
Carload Cr.cred by Soldiers Is Sent
Back to Kansao City.
Junction City, Kan., Juno 14. A
carload of l.quor, ordered by tho sol
diers at Fort Riley, arrived, but Col
onel Ward, tho commandaut, would
not let tho men have It. Tho colonel
put guards over the car and insisted
that it be sent back to Kansas City.
Tho stringent laws recently passed
by the legislature make it imposslblo
to buy liquor in Kansas. The soldiers
restive under tho enforced dry condi
tions, placed liberal orders with a
liquor agent who was here on pay day.
Colonel Ward contends that liquor
In the military quarters Interferes
with the discipline,
New York Murder Mystery.
New York, Juno 12. After maklns
rapid progress, not only in finding tn.
missing head of the victim, but in
Jdentlfying him as Samuel Berslna,
Russian painter and decorator, tho
New York police find themselves with
a sordid mystery on their hands, tan
gled as to motive and with no direct
clew to tho assailants. An autopsy
performed on the corpse showed that
the man had been partly asphyxiated
beforo his throat was cut.
Policeman Wife Murderer.
Claremore, Okla., Juno 14. M. E.
Mosely, a policeman here, shot and
killed his wjfe In the presence of their
three children and a few mlnutea later
was himself shot and killed by Sheriff
Stephens while resisting arrest.
Negro Slayer Captured at St. Joseph.
St. Josoph, Mo., June 14. William
Webster, a negro restaurant keeper,
who killed Henry Tolbert, colored, In
his place of business in Des Moines,
Friday night, was captured In a room
ing houso here.
Rev. Farrelly Installed as Bishop.
Cleveland, June 14. The Rt. Rov.
John P. Farrolly was Installed as
bishop of the Cleveland Catholic dio
cese, the fourth sjneo the diocese was
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FAMOUS WOMEN IN SESSION
Leaders In Many Fields at Interna
tional Convention In Toronto.
Toronto, June 15. More than 7,000,
000 women, living Jn all parts of tho
world, are represented at the fourth
quinquennial meeting of the Interna
tional Council of Women, which began
its sessions in this city today. Tho
council will remain In session two
weeks, during whJchtime it will listen
to addresses by some of the ablest of
the world's women.
Tho purpose of tho International
Council of Women Is the provision of
a means of communication between or
ganizations of women in all countries;
also to provide opportunities for tho
Intercommunication of views on ques
tions nffectlng the welfare of tho In
dividual and tho community. Tho
council owes its existence to tho ini
tiative of two American women, airs.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Miss
Susan B. Anthony, who called together
the first international convention of
women In Washington in 1888.
The president of tho International
Council Is tho Countess of Aberdeen,
wife of the viceroy of Ireland, who
bas been on this side of tho Atlantic
for two weeks Bceking support for her
war on tuberculosis among the poor
of Ireland. The National Council of
Women of the United States is repre
sented at the sessions of tho Interna
tional Council by Its president, Mrs.
Mary Wood Swift of Berkeley, Cnl.
THIEF TAKERS IN SESSION
Country's Chiefs of Police Holding
Annual Convention In Buffalo.
Buffalo, N. Y., Juno 15. Yoggmen
and crooks of high and low degree will
give this city a wide, berth during the
next three days, for tho city will shel
ter within its gates tho leading foes
of crime throughout the country. The
International Association of Police
Chiefs will be iu Besslon hero until
Addresses relnting to various phases
of the war against crlminnls will oc
cupy most of tho time of tho conven
tion. W. II. Chandler, chief of police
of Knoxvllle, Tenn., ,1s tho present
head of the association.
FISHERMAN HOOKS A BODY
Unidentified Corpse Taken Out of
Lake at Toledo.
Toledo, O., Juno 15. While fishing
In the Maumee river off the dock of
the Toledo Shipbuilding company,
Peter Rhoars drew to the surface tho
body of a man which had caught on
his hook. The body, which has not
been Identified, had' been in the water
a week and shows sjgns of violence.
New York, June 15. Investigation
of F. Augustus Heinze's alleged ma
nipulation of tho funds of the Mer
cantile National bank while president
of that Institution was resumed by the
federal grand jury. Otto Helnze, F.
Augustus Heinze's brother; Max
Schultzc, a partner of Otto Heinzo,
and members of severnl Wall street
brokerage firms appeared for exam
ination. Lemhi Land Opening.
Washington, June 15. Secretary
Balllnger has modjfled the regulations
for the opening to settlement and en
try of surplus lands on the former
Lemhi Indian reservation, Idaho, so
as not to recognize any settlement
right. The lands In question aggre
gate about 5,000 acres and will become
subject to entry on July 15 and to
both settlement and entry on Aug. 1G.
Minister Fatally Hurt In Wreck.
Webb City, Mo., Juno 15. Rov. Dr.
Jamos H. Spear, pastor of the First
United Presbyterian church of New
York city, was fatally hurt here in a
collision of two street cars with aji
automobile in which he was riding.
Ho came to Webb City to fill a local
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Features of the Day's Trading and
Chicago, June 14. Reports of a
more abundant harvest in tho south
west than had been predicted earlier
In the season prompted liberal sales
of wheat on the board of trade today,
resulting in a material decline Jn
prices. At tho close the net loss for
the day was c to c. Corn closed
fairly steady, oats easy and provisions
strong. Closing prices:
Wheat July, $1.1G1.1C,6; Sept,
$1.0901.09!,; Dec ?li08.
Corn July, 7204c; Sept., 70c.
Oats July, 52c; Sept., 44Mi44c.
Pork July, $20.52A; Sept., J20.72V&.
Lard July, J11.80; Sept, $11.87,..
Chicago Cash Prices No. 2 hard
wheat, $1.271.29: No. 2 corn, 75Vic;
No. 2 white oatB, 59"ic
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, June 14. Cattle Receipts,
20,000; steady to 10c lower; steers,
$5.50(Q)7.25; cows, $4.0005.25; heifers,
$3.G05G.00; bulls, $3.755.25; calves,
$3.008.00; stockers and feeders, $3.30
S5.25. Hogs Receipts, 32,000; 10
20c higher; heavy, $7.908.00; butch
ers, $7.8008.00; light, $7.407.60;
packing, $7,70(g,7.85; pigs, $5.7507.15;
bulk of sales, $7.50 7.85. Sheep Re
ceipts, 12,000; strong; sheep, $3.75
6.25; lambs, $4.5008.50; yearlings.
South Omaha Live Stock.
South Omaha, June 14. Cattle Re
ceipts, 2,300; steady to strong; native
steers, $5.0007.00; cows and heifers,
$3,0005.75; western steers, $3.50
6.00; stockers and feeders, $3,0005.65;
calves, $3.2507.00; bulls and stags,
$3.0005.50. Hogs Receipts, 2,800; 10
15c higher; heavy, $7.557.75; mix
ed. $7.45517.55; light, $7.307.G0; pigs,
$5.i:C.::; bulk of sales, $7.4007.60.
MEET NEXT AT 8T. LOUIS
Many Topics Discussed at Charities
and Correction Conference.
Buffalo, June 12. Tho welfnre of
the rural communities, Juvenile courts
and their inestimable value as a re
form agency, the prevention of blind
ncBs and child Insurance were among
the many mntters taken up at the con
ference of charities and correction
hero. Aftor a good natured all day
contest betweon Pittsburg, Denver
and St. Louis for next year's conven
tion, the committco decided Jn favor
of the last nnmed city.
"Quarantine for all montal defec
tivesnot for forty days, but for life,"
Is the keynote of tho report of tho
committee on "defectives," read by
tho chairman, Dr. J. M. Murdoch of
Polk, Pa. Dr. Mtirdoch said that such
quarantine "will prevent more unnec
essary pauperism, degeneration and
crime and do more for the upbuilding
of our race than ahy other measure
within the power of man."
TWO IOWANS MURDERED
Bodies of J. Gooder and W. D. Toney
Found In Well at Kadoka, S. D.
Kadoka, S. D., Juno 12. Tho bodies
of two men, J. Gooder of Rock Valley,
In., and W. D. Toney of Sioux City,
were found in a well on the McNally
ranch, two miles north of here, nnd
Michael Malono, who was In their em
ploy, is under arrest, suspected of
Toney and Gooder were running a
breaking outfit on tho McNally ranch.
They were known to have had about
$900 Jn cash when they arrived, May
18. Ten days later Malono came to
town and said ho had bought his em
ployers out and taken them to Phillip
tho night before. Ho disposed of sev
ernl of tho horses and later left town
with tho rest of the "breaking outfit.
When the bodies were found, the city
marshal started in pursuit of Malono
and arrested him at Cottonwood.
Malono confessed tho double crime.
STEALS CHICKEN; UP FOR LIFE
Prisoner Who Chose Life of Crime
Must End Days In Auburn.
Syracuse, N. Y., June 14. "They tell
me I've got to do a life sentence for
$17 worth of chickens, and I don't
think Jt's right," pleaded Charles H.
Chaffee, as, trembling and fearful, he
stood before the county court to be
sentenced to hard labor in Auburn
prison for the remainder of his IJfe.
While the law, which gave Judge
Ross no option In tho matter of a life
sentence after a fourth conviction,
provides that after tho maximum, less
computation, for a second offense, tho
parole board may allow liberty, there
Is no chance for Chaffee, as he already
has half of a twenty-year term comjng
EARTHQUAKE IN FRANCE
Several Houses Collapse at Lameso
and 10Q Persons Are Killed.
Marseilles, Juno 12. Two earth
quake shocks were felt throughout tho
Rl lera. While tho damage done here
was not great, reports from smaller
cities show that the effects of the sec
ond shock were serious. .At Lameso,
a town of 2,500 Inhabitants, twelve
miles northeast of Alx, several houses
collapsed and 100 persons are e
ported to have been killed, Troops
were Immediately hurried thero to
search for possible dead or Injured
Several buildings also fell at En
gulllles, and at Aix a vermicelli fac
tory was partly demolished.
MORE EVIDENCE IS FOUND
Police Raid Shop of Black Hand Sus
pect In Marlon.
Marlon, O., June 14. Hundreds of
shotgun shells containing cross-marked
bullets were captured In a raid on
the shop of Sam Lima, the Black Hand
suspect at this place. The shells and
cross-mnrks were Identical with thoso
found in Dennlson, Bellefontalne and
other towns vibited by tho officers.
Limn, who was out on ball, succeeded
In dolaylng the search untjl one of six
Italian women in the place had es
caped'. It Is believed this woman car
ried with her documentary evidence
nnd clews to the whereabouts of Se
bastian Lima, brother of Sam, who Is
AGAINST DEEP WATERWAY
Adverse Report Sent to Congress by
Washington, June 11. That It is
not desirable to build a fourteen-foot
waterway from St. Louis to the gulf
was the report made to congress by a
special board of engineers appointed
to make a careful investigation and es
tlmate of the question. They say it
would have cost $128,000,000 to build
and $6,000,000 annually to maintain.
Bridge Falls Into River In Oklahoma.
Guthrie, Okla., June 12. Three men
were perhaps fatally injured by the
collapse of a bridge being erected
over the Cimarron river. They are:
Charles Taylor, George Lawrence and
Wilbur Crockrum. Forty feet of the
bridge fell Into the river.
Three Men Drowned.
St. Louis, June 14. Three men
were drowned by the overturning of a
rowboat on Creve Coeur lake, a resort
twenty-five miles west of St. Louis.
The corpses have not been Identified.
Farmer Shot From Ambush.
Kingston, Mo , June 14. Clydo Hat
field, a farmer liv.'ng six miles south
of Cowglll, was slain with a rifle from
ambush at his home.
Flag Day Is Observed.
Washington, Junt? :4. Today Is flag
day and the cay U being quite gen
erally observed throughout the United
TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO
for your Sunday dinner
We solicit your order for
SPECIA Bakery .GOODS
Order on time
NOW IS THE SEASON OF
COUGHS and COLDS
FOR SALE BY
F. J. Brennan
! Grand Mud Granite I
and Marble Works ?
All kinds of Granite and Marble
Tombstones and Monuments.
Lower prices and less
freight than from firms
Commercial Club Room
Basement Phelan Opera House Blk.
Painting, Paper Hanging
Phone 641 Alliance,
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FREE FROM UCE.v I
ORDER FOR HEARING
State of Nebraska, 1
llox Hutto County. Is
At 11 County Court, hold ut tlio County
Court Itoom iu said county on tho ssth day of
1'resent I.. A. Herry, County Judge.
In tho Mutter of tho Kstutu of Addle E.
On reading the petition of J.J. Huttery filed
herein. pralng that Administration of said
estute be grunted to himself us Admlnistra-
Ordered, That said petition will be heard on
tho 21 day of June.lP09.ut 10 o'clock u.in. That
ull persona interested In said estate may in.
pear ut County fourt on said date, and show
cause If any there be why said petition should
not be grunted j and that notice of the nend
ency of said petition und of bald hearing be
ulteii to nil person-, interested la said mutter
by publishing u copy of tills oruer in The Al
liance Herald, it weekly newspaper published
in said county fur three suecussKe weuU
prior to s.iid hearing. I,, a. Heiihv.
ojt4Ll County Judge.
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