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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1909)
We don't sell just "Ham." We sell
Armour's "Star." The ham of hams
"The Ham what am."
Save Money by
Colburn's Cash Store
GRADUATED NURSES IN ATTENDANCE
HOSPITAL. STAFF Dr. Bellwood, Dr. Bowman, Dr. Hand, Dr. Copsey
Open to All Reputable Physicians.
Address all communications to
THE MATRON, ALLIANCE HOSPITAL,
Angus, Short Horn, Hereford, Galoway Breeds
Single or Carload Lots. When in South
Omaha be sure and visit our Barn. You
will be welcome.
A. J. Brag onier & Son
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Palace Liveiy Barn
IT. I?. COTJJRSTCY, Prop.
(Successor to C. C. Smith)
one in . ck west of Good turnouts, strict attention to our business,
THE NK V ZHINDEN and courteous treatment to all has won for us the
uuilihng. 'Phono excellent patronage we enjov. Trv us.
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO LIVE STOCK
Will hold a Sale Saturday, June 12. List
anything that you want sold. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Charges reasonable. Office at
Palace Livery Barn.
O S P I TA L
Bulls for Sale
and transfer work
' solicited. Phone i
Frank Wallace, Prep'r.
RULERS GIVEN AWAY AT
All Work Strictlv First-Class
BOX BUTTE AVENUE
ist door north of Herald office
Col. New has had 25 y pars'
experience and is one of the
most successful auctioneers in
Dates made at this office.
When a Plumber is Needed
send for us. We have plenty of time
now 10 attend to all classes of work
This is not our busy season aud it "ill
pav you to have your
PLUMBING, HEATING. FITTING,
etc., attended to now before the rush
of work begins. We are thoroughly
posted in our business and an order
from you will promptly put all our
knowledge and skill at vour seivice.
The cost will not be gruat.
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Alleged Union Pacific Mall Rob
bers Indicted at Omaha,
TRIAL IS SLATED FOR JULY.
True Bills Charging Felonious and
Murderous Attempt Are Returned,
So That Conviction Would Mean Life
In Penitentiary Four Ace In the
Tolls and Identity of Fifth Man,
John Doe, Is Known to Authorities.
Oniulm, Juno 14. Thoro nre six
counts In tho indictment tetiiriied
against tho nllegcd mall robbers, all
of which clmrgo "felonious and mur
derous attempt," and conviction upon
any ouo of them would carry a life
sentence. Tho accused men are thus
specified in tho Indictments: "Donald
W. Woods (alias Dan Downor, real
and true nnmo to tho grand Jurors un
known); Fied Torgensen (alias P. W.
Derf, real and truo name uulinown);
Prank Grlgwnro (alias James Gor
don, alias E. E. llolllugsuead, real aud
truo name unknown); Jack Sholton
alias Jack Gordon, alias Lawrenco P.
Golden, alius Potor J. lluttcrbough,
real and true nnmo unknown).
Tho Identity of tho fifth man, John
Doo, la known to tho authorities. Ho
Is not an Oinnha man, but camo hero
as did tho others for tho purposo of
tho robbery. Tho officers declare
themselves certain that ho will bo
Porty-flvo witnesses wcro exnmlnod
by tho grnnd jury and tho officers
jay they will have sevonty-fivo ready
to testify nt tho trial, which they hopo
to have set for souio tlmo In July.
AGED MAN DROWNED IN WELL
Badly Decomposed Body of Hans
Chrlstcnsen Found In Well.
Dlnlr, Neb., Juno 14. Tho body of
Hnim Chrlstonsen, aged nbout seronty
years, was found at tho bottom of u
sixty-foot well on hjs pronribcs. Mr.
Chrlsteiiben lived nlono, being a retired
farmer, and had cleaned out his well
boforo this by means pf n rope lad
der, which was found hanging In tho
well. He had been missed by his
neighbors since May 30, but wna sup
posed to hnvo gone to visit IiIb son, J.
C. OhrlHtonsen, who Js a merchant at
Oruni, in tho western part of this
county. His face was badly brulsod
and the body badly decomposed.
Mayor Defies Game Warden.
Lincoln, Juno 15. Dan Ge,llus, dep
uty gomo wnrdon, nnd tho mayor of
Auburn nre having a hot tlmo ovor
the order of 'the mayor to tho city
marshal to kill all the squirrels run
ning at large In Auburn. This order
was the result of the biting of two or
three children by squirrels affilcted
with rnbles. The game warden has
ordered tho stnto law enforced against
the killing of squjrrols out of season,
and In reply the mayor has written the
game wnrdon a letter In which he told
him to begin his prosecution whenover
he felt like It, that tho squirrels In
Auburn had to go.
Dietrich Will Wed Daughter's Chum.
Hastings, Neb., Juno 14. Mrs. Will
lam Shaw Stowart of Philadelphia has
announced the engagement of her
daughter, Miss Margaretta Shaw Stow
art, and former Senator C. H. Dietrich.
Miss Stowart and the senator's daugh
ter, now Mrs. Horbert Knox Smith,
were classmates at Bryn Mawr. SJnco
her graduation, Miss Stewart has been
active In charity and literary wort In
Cowglll at His Office.
Lincoln, Juno 14. W. H. Cowglll,
member of the state railway commis
sion, who was stricken with paralysis
some weeks ago, has sufficiently recov
ered to bo at his office. Mr. Cowglll
looks ns well as ho ever did and as
sured his friends he felt the snmo
way notwithstanding his close call.
Wymore Saloon Suit on Trial.
Beatrice, Neb., June 14. Tho in
Junction suit recently Instituted
ngajnst the Wymore city council to
provent It from granting saloon II
censes was heard before Judge Pern
borton in the district court. Tho case
was taken under advisement. Tho
court ndjourned to June 22.
Rushvllle Man Instantly Killed.
Alliance, Neb., June 14. During a
severe electrical storm, which passed
northeast of this city, George Carter,
aged twenty years, whose residence Js
In Rushvllle, was struck and Instantly
killed by a bolt of lightning. Tho
body was brought to Alliance and rela
tives notified of tho accident.
Alleged Bootlegger Arrested.
Beatrice, Nob., June 14. William
Beck, colored, for many years a porter
at a local hotol, was lodgod In Jail on
a complaint drawn In throe countB
and filed by Chief McGIrr, charging
Mm wjth bootlegging. He will have
his hearing today.
New Switching Fee Put In.
Lincoln. Jeun 14. The railway com
mission has granted permission to the
Union Pacific to put Jn a switching
charge between Omaha aud South
Omaha of l cent por 100 pounds on
all clnssos of freight.
Woodmen to Erect Building In Omaha
Detroit, June 14. Tho sovereign
camp, Woodman of tho World, by
unanimous voto appropriated $750,000
for a new building In Omaha. The
building will he from twelve to fifteen
stor!p l !-'
DRY. SPELL AT LINCOLN
Agent of Rock Island Refuses to Do
liver Beer to Elks' Club.
Llucolu, June 15. ljncohi Is threat
ened with n Btiro enough dry spell
such ns the city never boforo encount
ered. When tho city voted dry tho va
rious clubs secured' an injunction re
straining tho 'city from Interfering
with their members drinking In tho
club rooms and to provont any Inter
feronco with tho clubs from diflhjng
out drinks to their mombors. But
now comes tho Rock Islnud with fifty
enses of beer consigned to tho Elks'
club, which It refuses to deliver to
the club rooms.
This notion on tho part of tho ngent
for tho rntlrond wna taken upon tho
advice of tho company's attornoy hero
In Lincoln. Tho rnllwuy commission
was recently naked by tho Adams Ex
press company whethor It wns com
pelled to accopt a shipment of booze,
but tho commission rdfused to answer
until tho question camo up In a formal
So If tha wvjr railroads and express
companies f'tlow tho oxnmplo of tho
Bock Islnno: horo Is lltllo chance for
any club tc keop Its Icebox full In
SEYMOUR NAMED BY BOARD
Bookkeeper In Auditor's Office Suc
ceeds Chris Schavlln, Killed by Auto.
Lincoln, Juno 12. Henry Seymour,
who has been a bookkeopur In tho
auditor's office under Weston and
Seurlo, wub appointed secretary of the
stato board of equalization nnd assess
ment nt a Balary of ?1,G00 a year. Ho
succeeds Chris Schavlln, who was
killod by an nutomobllo a few wcoka
ago as ho was lonving tho stnto houso,
Mr. Seymour has been nssUtlng In tho
work of tho board for somo tlmo. Ho
camo to Lincoln from York county.
After tho election of officers and
tho selection of Lincoln as tho noxt
meeting place, tho poHtmnstorB' asso
ciation adjournea. Following nro tho
officers elected: P. B, SIzer of Lin
coin, president; B. P. Thomas of Oma
ha, C. Holllngsworth of Bcatrlco, J. M.
Tower of Sutton and W. B. Cox of
Wnco, vice proHjdonts; W. J. Cook of
P. V. Megtaw, fourth assistant post
master general, talked on rural deliv
ery and ndvlBCd the farmers to paint
their mall boxes whlto so they could
bo seon by tho cnnlcrs.
MYSTERY IN DEATH OF GIRL
Ella Boldenow, Fifteen Years Old, Shot
In Home at Bloomfleld.
Dloomflold, Nob., June 12. Ella
Boldenow, tho fifteen-year-old daugh
ter of II. P. Boldenow, a fnrmor near
hero, was found dead with n bullet
hole in her head and an empty re
volver lying by her side. While hor
death Is generally thought to be tho
result of sulcldo, there nro clrcum
BtnnceB which havo thrown a mystery
about tho caso and tho coroner's jury
has not attempted to say who fired tho
shot that killed her. It dcvoloped
that the girl had been reprimanded
tho day before by her father for ho
ing too Intimate with an undo who
wns hoarding at tho Boldenow home,
and the undo was told to quit tho
BODY HANGING BY ONE ARM
Man Evidently Fsll From Train and
Ws Cadght by Fence.
Herman, Nob., Juno 12. Charles Ar
nold saw a man's coat hanging to tho
railroad bridge just north of tho vll
lago limits and' found tho body of a
man hanging by one arm to tho wlro
fenco and lying against the bridge.
Ho had evidently fallen off a passing
train during tho night and his head
had struck tho bridge, crushing tho
skull. Coroner Penrco took charge of
tho remains and found $1 In money
and a memorandum book on his per
son, showing that he was from Mich
igan. One Item In this book was:
"In caso of Borlous Injury, my name Is
P. J. Griffith. Please notify Mrs.
James Griffith, Lansing, Mich."
DEGREE FOR REV. SYKE8
Title of Doctor of Divinity Conferred
Upon Des Moines Minister.
Omaha, June 12. Bellevuo collage,
tho leading school In Nebraska under
the patronage of tho Presbyterian de
nomination, conferred the degree of
doctor of divinity upon the. Rev. Thom
as G. Sykes, pastor of tho Sixth Pres
byterian church of Des Moines. An
nouncement of the honor was imlau at
the annual commencement exercises,
when diplomas were presented to a
large graduating class.
Alleged Embezzler Caught.
Lincoln, June 14. Sheriff Hoagland
has received word that Arthur J. Jack
son, wanted hero for embezzlement,
has been arrested In Syracuse, N. Y.
Deputy Sheriff Dawson will leave Im
mediately to bring him back, Jack
son took French leave early In Janu
ary of this year, It Is charged, with
6evoral hundreds dollars of the money
of David Rivers, his employer.
Costly Fire at Cleveland.
Cleveland, Juno 12. One fireman
was Injured and several others had a
narrow oscapo when the walls of P.
Ellborman & Co.'s rag warohouso and
tho factory building of the Ohio Sash
and Door company fell, as the result of
a firo which destroyed tho buildings.
Forty-five girls In the rag wnrehous'j
escaped, but In a panic. Loss, $50,000.
Druggists Meet at Lincoln,
Lincoln, Juno 15. Tho druggists of
the stnte will meet Jn Lincoln, begin
ning tonight, and holding over until
Thursday night. Mayor Love will de
liver the address of welcome tonight
at tho meeting to be held nt tho Lin
coln hotel, Representatlvo Dan Klllen
-f C: ;? ounty w'll make the response.
Miss M. Ruth Taylor
TEACHER OF PIANO
416 Niobrara Ave. Phone 381
J. N. Sir rgeon S. G. Young
Repairing- a Specialty
Phono 605 307 Sweetwater Ave.
Attorney at Law
Office in rooms formerly occupied by
It. C. Noleman, First Nal'l Bank blk
'Phone t8o. ALLIANCE. NEB.
H. M. BULLOCK.
Attorney at Law,
WILCOX & BROOME
LAW AND LAND ATTOItN EYS.
Long experience in state and federal
courts and as Register and Receiver U. 0.
Land Office is a guarantee for prompt and
Offlco In Land Offlco Untitling.
DR. G. W. MITCHELL,
Pliyslclun nno Snrgeon Day and night cells
Unicooror lloguoHtoro. Phono 150.
Drs. Copper noil & Petersen
(Successors Ui Drs. Frcy tt llalfe)
Over Norton's Store
Office Phono 43, Residence 20
DR. O. L. WEBER
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
GEO. J. HAND,
II O .M K fl I A T II I C
PHYSICIAN AND SUKQEON
Formerly Interne Homeopathic Hos
pital University of Iowa.
Phono S51. Ofllce over Alliance Shoe Store
ItaMdenco I'hons 251.
DR. C. H. CHURCHILL
PHYSICIAN AND SCRGGON
(Successor to Dr. J. E. Moore)
OFFICE IN FLETCHER BLOCK
Office hours IMS a.m., S-4 p.m. 730-9 p.m.
Office Phone 62
Res. Phone, 85
H. A. COPSEY, M. D.
Physician and Surpeon
Callg answered promptly day and night froa
otlllco. Offices) Alliance National Bask
Untitling over the Post O aloe.
Paid to Eye Work
Drs. Bowman & Weber
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
First National Bank Uidg. Rooms 4'5-6
Office hours, 10 to 12 a. in.,
1:30 to 4, 7 to 8 p. tn.
Office Phono 65 Res. Phone 16 & 184
AUG. F. HORNBURG
T, J. THRELKELD,
Undertaker and Embalmsr
OFFICE PHONE 498
RES. THONE 207
' ALLIANCE, NEBR.
THE GADSBY STORE
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
OFFICE PHONE 49S
RESIDENCE PHONES 207 and 510
Sturgeon & Young
(Successors to G. W. Zobel)
Office Phone 139.
Residence Phone 142.
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