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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1909)
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Notice to School Boards -"c ;n" Asbocmt.on
" mimw W jj,vo nnxi0lI9 t10UKi,i to so niniiv
problems of intcicst (o hoards of rdu
cation, I inoitt onrnoRtlv recommend
i that ro fur ns possible, school officers
i attend mid I make tho suggestion tlnit
overy board of education in Nebraska
sand one of its moinburs at the expense
Lincoln, Nebr., Oct. i, inoy.
To All Hoards of Education in Ne
braska. Ladies and Gentlemen:
Permit ma to call your attention to
the N'olirnsldi Slnlrt Tnnctinm' Attannin. i
tion, which couvonoe in Lincoln, Nov.
3 4i 5i 1900. The host proernin ever
Riven in the history of tho Association
Inn been prepared- Educators of state
and national reputation will take part
in the deliberations. Men and women
of affairs will discuss tho problem b 01
our public school system, UueslioiiR
that concern tho lifa of the nation and
tho destiny of tho republic will be, ex
pounded by such loadors a Hooker T.
Washington. Thoso are some of the
great questions that will command at
teutlon. But the every day responsi
bility of country teachers, arid of town
nnd city teachers will receive earnest
consideration. The every day prob
lems that confront rural school officers,
town and city boards of education,
high school principals, city and county
superintendents will be tho things of
greatest importance on this program.
Thoso are questions which should con
corn you as much as they do tho men
and women themselves.
In some states tho law makes it man
datory upon boards of education to
have their teachers attend tho Associa
tions and Institutes at the expense of
tho school district, I am not sug
gesting that you pay tho expenses of
vour teachers to this meeting. All that
1 would suggest is that you grant all
teachers who desire to attend leave of
absence so to do on full pay without
requiring them to make up tho time so
UBed. They will como back to you
with broader vision, better methods,
more cheerful disposition,' saner and
stronger discipline, and will bo an in
spiration to every boy and girl In tho
school. Therefore, from tho stand
point of enlightened selfishness, if for
no other reason, you cannot afford to
keep your teachers away from this
great educational gathering.
Of it district to
adapted to tho
will come before
high school law
this Association. A
has been pieparcd,
wants and needs .if
The questions that
you under the free
and under the law
governing normal training in high
school make it almost imperative that
each board of education send at leust
one representative to this school board
meeting. Hero you will meet the lion.
12. C Hishop, state superintendent of
public instruction, who will bo glad to
answer all questions on which you may
desire authoritative information; for
his word is law until reversed by tho
And to all of you, lot mo extend a
most cordial invitation to visit the Uni
versity of Nebraska on this occasion.
It will be running at full blast then. It
Is your school. You are of those who
pay taxes for its support. It belongs
to you. You have a right to know how
it is managed. Come and sec for
Hoping that you will have tho best
schools this year in their history, I re
main Very truly yours,
S. Avkry, chancellor.
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The Famous Gaisher Girls with "Two Merry Tramps," Opera House, Friday, Oct. 15th.
W. Norton, Plaintiff.
It. Cnbtirn. Ilrstnnmo unknown,
C. II. Coblirn. Ilr.slimmo unknown, will inl.n
nntleo that on tlmtstli iliiyof Septemtipr, JDOli,
W. 8, Itlrih'nll, it Justice uf llio iinuu of Alll
iiiioo, llox Unite c-oniity, Nelirnskn. Issued nti
order of uttaclitnent fortliomim of SM.eo, In
im net Ion pemlliijr before him. whcroln V. W.
Norton Is plaintiff, and U. II. Uoburn, Una
tiamo unknown, Ih defendant, tho property of
tho defendant consisting of money on deposit
with tho Chicago, HurlluKUm it Qulney
Ilitllroatl company, hna len giirnlbuwd and
nt Inched under snld order. Sitld cuunu was
continued to tho Dili day of Novumlier, ism ut
1 o'clock p. m. W. W, NOUTON.
f. Oct. 13-w. l'lulntlff.
Tho Lecture Course for this season
is the strongest ever offered to Alliance
people. There will be three musical
numbers ns follows:
Tho Five Stars Concert Company,
five young ladies, whose program will
consist of vocal and instrumental mu
sic, reading, and will close with a col
lege girl's farce. This company is
making many return dates nnd ate
everywhere greatly appreciated.
The TroxElle Male Quartette will
furnish an entertainment. Tlwt con.
tlemcn have been traveling together for
four years without a change in the per
sonnel. The Georgia Jubilee Sinters lmvn
been secured as the third musical at
traction. The Terry Carter Company, cartoon
ist, will be with us and rivn nn ovliiln.
tion of tho work of a cartoonist. Mr.
Carter is one of the most noted car
toonists in America. His wifn neenm.
panies him. Mrs- Carter is an excel
lent soloist and Mr. Carter illustrates
many of her selections whilo she sings.
This will bo the first number and will
occur Oct. 29th.
Gen. S. T. Sweeny will deliver the
lecture of the course. He comes highly
recommended to us. and 1ms hivn
heard by a number of our citizens, all
of whom recommend him very highly.
One of our leading citizens said, "He
is the most eloquent lecturer I ever
Tickets arc the same as in past sea
sons, Si. 50 for the course. The tickets
are transferable, may be used in n
single entettainment by five persons or
by one for the entire course. Another
feature has been introduced, to holders
of season tickets desiiing it, additional
admissions in anv number will hi fur.
nisliccl nt the same rate of the season
ticket, so that should patronB of the
course desire to take friends they may
do so at the same price of their ad
mission. The city will be canvassed next week
wherr tickets will be delivered. We
have not secured as many pledges for
tickets as we should and will be glad
to furnish tickets to anv who luvc not
been Been. Call or phone to Baptist
J RAILWAY NOTES AND PERSONALS, f
Mr. Bracken is making an inspection
trip in the Big Horn Basin.
Dispatcher Bill Moshci took a couple
das' lay off and proceeded to the
sandhills to scare the ducks. He got
Miss Florence Gregory of Cody,
Wyo., is visiting her brother, Archie
Giegory, and family.
Conductor Dick Kenner is laying off
anu jim Armour, the extra passenger
conductor, has again been put in freight
service and has tho former's car.
Armour, extra east, derailed a couple
of cars at Whitman Monday night, but
aside from a small delay to a few
freight trams no damage was done.
Operator Cain of McCook, who has
been acting as night wire chief for
sometime, was called home Tuesday,
owing to the illness of Mrs. Cain.
Harry Bennett has taken his place on
the moonlight trick.
No. 306 had a car jump the track
near Angora Sunday ' morning, delay
ing No 302 pretty badly. The derrick
was sent down from here to clear the
track, which did not take long after
they got to work at it.
The double heading of No. 41 with a
small engine has not brought the re
sults that weie expected and the "K 2"
engine has been brought to Alliance
and a larger engine of the "K 4" class
has been sent to Ravenna for the same
Carpenter Sledges has been laying
off with a mashed thumb.
Brakeman Jack Burke received a bad
cut in the face, caused by his train
making a short stop.
Engineer H. J. Pomeroy has been
transferred from the east end to the
main li ne out oi Alliance. ,
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ND the cold, chilly mornings and nights remind us of the coming- of the long
cold winter. 'I his store, as usual, is nronnrpH tn tnl-o n- n( ,..-
properly. Large assortments, quality and low prices, this is the trinity that draws
trade our way. Good goods without extra charge for quality.
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stock of wearing apparel for Men and Boys. .Our lines are complete. After
the heaviest selling we ever experienced in Alliance we find some lines
broken, which Ave will sell very cheap. Come and look.
The best sheep-lined
Coat with wombat
collar, extra heavy,
Douglas heavy box calf
shoes, extra soles,
calf lined, with
Why pay $5 ? ?
We have 20 Craven ette
Coats that sold for
$12. 50, closing them
GET YOUR l I
TICKETS I J
T pairs Canvas Gloves
Heavy 2 for 25c Sox,
B A R Q A I N S
Good calfskin mittens for
Men's Corduroy Pants
100 pairs Boys' regular
cut knee Pants, sold
up to 75c, your choice'
2 pa 25c
50 pairs Boys' Shoes,
worth $2.00, now on sale
Special fiat Sale
We have just received a
lot of black hats, some
worth $3.50, none (tf
less than $2.50, Ifc
our price for 10 days . .
Heavy brown ribs, also
black - and the heaviest
fleece lined, sizes up to 46
Genuine leather cow hide
Boys1 Heavy Fleeced
See the Clothing of
HART SCHAFFNER & MARX
THE ALCO SYSTEM
-STERLING FINE CLOTHES
THE FRANKLE SYSTEM
We pick out the best values in these lines and
pass them on to you --at low prices
Hen's Outing Flannel
Sargent's horse hide union
made gauntlet glove $ I
3 pairs canvas sy gj n
gauntlet gloves Ju O
Big Line of
We bought 100 BOYS' SUITS with regular
cut pants, all sizes, at
25 per cent discount.and
we will sell them the
same way 25yO OFF
We are especially strong on
Men's O ve rco a t s
$12.50, 15.00, 18.00, 20.00, 25.00
We invite comparison on these goods.
400 to choose from
The Famous One-Price Clothing Ho
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