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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1909)
IT ALWAYS PAYS
from a Relable House
We have the BEST of everything good to eat
Our Piics ar Right
Yours for a square deal,
Q4. D. Rod gets
Good Things to Eat
eecae! On the corner west of P. O.
EVERYTHING FRESH AND CLEAN
On SATURDAY, OCT. 30th
we will receive by express a fine line of
PEES 331 E71 IE3 "CT X T1
-A-nsriD TTEa -
Gem City Cook Stove
(Sold in Alliance 18 years)
It lias a very large Oven. Is a
splendid baker, and has the lat-
. est Patented Grate, that will
not warp or get out of order.
YOUR COUNTRY NEEDS
And it will be of great benefit to your community if
you will send me the names and addresses of your friends
and old neighbors back Kast who may be interested in
MONDELL 320 ACRE HOMESTEADS
GOVERNMENT IRRIGATED LANDS
IRRIGATED CAREY ACT LANDS
Just send me their names and addresses and I will mail
them valuable literature about these lands and how to take
The Home Paper XSSSt
- 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.
D. CLEM DEAVER,
Land Seekers Information Bureau,
SEVEN KILLED IN WRECK
Pennsylvania Flyer Runs Into Open
Switch at Colllnsvllle, O.
Illchmond, Ind., Oct. 23. Seven por
boiib wore killed and ono Injured In a
hend-on collision which took plnco nt
ColllnsvJUe, on tlio Pennsylvania rati
road. Tho train wrecked wnB tho flyer
from Chicago to Cincinnati. Tho train
was going nt n rnto of fifty mllos an
hour at tho time of the accident and
ran into an opon Bwltch nnd collided
hend-on with a freight. Tho impact
wnB so groat that both engines woro
completely wrecked. Freight cars wore
demolished and strewn nlong the
road. Tho express car and tho Binoker
woro dornllod, tho mall car was totally
wrecked and tho brtggngo enr was tola
scoped upon tho mnll car.
Tho (load; 12. Q. Wobb or Rich
mond, fireman on passenger train;
llert E. Hatfield' or Qrcon Pork, Ind.,
mall clerk; C. A. Johnson of Eaton,
O., head mail clerk; O. O. Haines o(
Kokomo, Ind., mail olork; Louis Mar
shall of Illchmond, onglncorof frolght;
unknown man, probably n tramp.
Fatally hurt: Elinor Brown of I
r?!3;oit, Ind., engineer of passenger
t;r.;n, urnlded nnd cut nbout tho head.
EXONERATES HUBBY'S AFFINITY
Wife Now Admits Having Poisoned
Her Own Candy.
St. Louis, Oct. 23. It. V. IJlfcrd
presented nt pollco hendquarters n
statement, signed by Nan L. LUlnrd,
his wife, announcing her desire to
drop tho prosecution of Mrs. Maude
Ridley, whoso urrost she caused on a
charge of having given her poisoned
Mrs. Ridley, who hnd declared' her
self to bo Llllard'8 affinity, was re.
leased on $800 bond to answer nny
chnrge that may bo preferred against
her Assistant Circuit Attorney Ross
announced that ho would insist upon
Mrs. Llllnrd's appearance before the
grand Jury next Tuosdny. If she did
not receive the candy, tho public Is
entitled to know It, said Mr. Ross.
Mrs. LUlnrd Is reported to have con
fessed to tho pollco that sno poisoned
the candy herself.
QUAKE KILLS TWENTY-FIVE
Shock Destroys Railway Station In
Slmln, Oct. 23. Tweuty-flvo persons
were killed and twelve Injured by an
earthquake shock which destroyed
tho railway station buildings at Bell
put, on the Quetta line, in Beluchlstan.
Rome, Oct. 23. There wns a violent
earthquake shock at 7 a. in. In the
province of Cilia. Ten houses col
lapsed at Sorbo and many fell Jn
Cnrlco, Llnera and' Manglno. Ono per
son was killed. The shock wns later
ropeated with diminished intensity
and relief work wns undertaken by
Reports from NnpleB are to the ef
fect that Vesuvius is Bhowlng in
HARVARD BARS WOMAN
Miss Inez Mulholiand Refused Admit
tance to Law School.
Boston, Oct. 23. Officials at the
Harvard law school admitted that
Miss Inez Mulholluiid, tho Vnssar girl
graduate and woman suffrage leader,
had applied for admittance to tho law
school and' had been refused. She was
denied admittance solely on the
ground that sho la a woman, and tho
belief by tho Harvard officials that
men and women should not study to
gether, Mrs. Emellno Pnnkhurst de
clared that MIsh Mulholland's treat
ment showB the need of political
equality for women.
JAPS PAY TRIBUTE TO PERRY
Place Laurel Wreath Upon Grave of
Commodore in Newport.
Newport, R. I Oct. 25. Five oi
Japan's commissioners, who nro study
ing the American flnnnclnl, industrial,
commercial nnd educational systems,
came hero for the purpose of paying
tribute to the American naval officer
who first opened the ports of Japan to
tho commercial world, Commodore
Perry, by laying upon his gravo a
largo laurel wreath. Tho party came
hero from Boston.
Washington Prisons Overcrowded.
Atlanta, Oct. 25. Attorney General
"Wlckersham, who was hero Inspecting
the federal prison, declared, after ex
pressing satisfaction with tho condi
tions here, that "prison conditions nre
worse in Washington than anywhere
In tho United States." The attorney
general wont on to explain that "on
dltlons were so bad In Washington be
cause of tho frightful overcrowding.
School Children to Pick Apples.
Grand Junction, Colo., Oct. 25. All
schools In the fruit region of western
Colorado closed today for two weeks
and the pupils will go into the or
ch?rds nnd help harvest the record
breaking apple crop. Fruit growers
have not been able to secure help and
fear that frost will come beforo the
apples are picked.
Woman Guilty of Manslaughter.
York, Pa., Oct. 25. Mrs. Minnie E.
Tracey, tho only woman to ho tried
in York county for murder, was found
guilty of manslaughter after tho Jury
had been out all night. Upon tho an
nouncement of tho verdict, Mrs.
Tracey grasped her attorney's hand
and then shook the hand of each mom
ber of the Jury.
Husband of Slain Woman Arrested.
New York, Oct, 25. Otto Mueller,
tho husband of the woman whose
skeloton was found in the woods near
Central Isllp, L. I., was arrested in
Astoria, after a lively chase by throe
Double Tragedy is Disclosed
Near Clay Center.
COUPLE DEAD IN A BUGGY.
Farmer Finds Bodies of Leroy Foster,
n Rural Mall Carrier, and Inez Cox,
a Stenographer Man Had Evidently
Shot Girl and Then Himself, Due to
Unrequited Love Both Wcro Prom
Clny Center, Nob., Oct. 2C A double
tragedy, accepted by tho authorities as
a murder and suicide, wns dlscloson
when a fnrmor four miles from Clny
Conter found tho dead bodlos of Lo
roy Foster and Miss Inoz Cox In a
buggy nonr tho roadway adjoining his
fnrm. Apparently thoy had boon doad
a numbor of hourB. Both woro Bhot
In tho region of tho heart and near
the, man lay n revolver.
Foster was a rural mnll carrier,
twonty-two years old, and Miss Cox
was a stenographer, twenty-four years
old.- Thoy had gono rjdlng together.
Testimony given nt tho Inquest mndo
It plain to tho Jury that Foster had
killed tho young woman nnd himself.
Foster nnd Miss Cox had been keep
ing company for n few months, nnd
the Impression Is that ho was In lovo
with tho girl, who nccepted him as n
friend, hut did not reciprocate his
affection. Both tho young man and
woman woro prominent socially and
enjoyed tho best of reputations.
ALLEGED BANDITS IN COURT
Men Held for Mall Robbery Now on
Trial at Omaha.
Omaha, Oct. 20. Detained In Lin
coin by tho necessary formality of
opening nnd adjourning tho fodernl
court there, Judgo T. C. Munger nr
rlved hero to begin tho trial of tho
five men charged with the robbory of
the Union Pnclllc mnll enr at Lano
cutoff In this city on tho night of May
A panel of Bovcnty-flvo petit Jury
men hnd nlrendy been called. Tho al
leged' bandits, D. W. Woods, Fred Tor
genson, Jack Shelton, Frank Gr,igwnro
and William Matthows, wero called In
to court nnd tho work of securing n
Tho Overland Limited mnll wns lielo
up shortly boforo midnight May tl
within tho city limits of Omnha, on
the Lano cutoff on tho Union Pacific
railroad. Tho mon on trial wore hi
rested a few days later, "when thoy re
turned to tho cacho whoro they hnl
hidden their guns to carry away their
WOMEN BOOM GLENN
Southerner Hailed as Candidate at
W. C. T. U. Convention.
Omaha, Oct. 26. Tho first active
presidential boom for 1912 was sprung
in this city whon former Governor
Robert B. Glenn of North Carolina wns
made the subject of a campaign cry
by tho thirty-sixth national convention
of tho Woman's Christian Tompernnco
union. Following an oxtenslvo ad
dress by tlje former governor, his namo
was proposed informally for tho nomi
nation In 1912 by tho Prohibition party
for prealdont. Tho rallying cry adopt
ed is as follows:
"When, when, when,
"May we vote for Governor Glonn!"
Governor Glenn was tho recipient of
an epoch of cheering, which Indicated
an emphatic approval of his address.
Leaders of tho W. C. T. U. move
ment considered it a distinct Indorse
ment of the govornor as tho next log
leal prohibition candidate for presi
dent. M'LEAN IDENTIFIES BROTHER
Colorado Man Satisfies Hastings Offi
cials He Is Kinsman of "Healer."
Hastings, Nob., Oct. 2C Hector Mc-I-can
of Brush, Colo., a brothor of tho
late Charles McLean "Schlatter," ar
rived In Hastings in responso to a
telegrnm from County Judge Button.
McLean had pictures of his brothor at
the ages of thirty, forty-flvo and sixty.
Cornpared with tho features of tho
dead' man thoy revealed Ids identity.
Local people who saw tho pictures
thought they were photographs of tho
McLean had not Beon his brothor
for thirty-five yearB. Hector McLean
heard the Btory of his brother's wan
derings In the last thirty-five years
through David McNaughton of Chica
go. McLean know nothing of his broth
er's, pose nB a divine healer, although
he helped him through tho Bennett
Eclectic school of Chicago.
The funeral was attended by Hector
McLean and a few newspaper men.
OMAHA FILES 8UIT
Charges Made Against Several Prom
inent Western Roads.
Washington, Oct. 25. Tho Omaha
Commercial club has filed a complaint
with tho interstate commerce commls
llon against tho Rock Island, Great
Western, Burlington and' a long list of
other railroads, charging that tho
roads impose unreasonable rates on
butter, eggs and poultry in carload
lots of 20,000 pounds or over from
Omaha to eastern points. It 1b al
logod tho freight rates on buttor, egga
and poultry are unreasonable of them
selves and comparod with ratoa on
other perishable property. Tho ostab
llBbmont of through rates and just
rat as is asked.
FARMER WINS; BANK LOSES
Jury at Omaha Decides Latter Cannot
Recover for Raised Note,
Omnha, Oct. 21. Nicholas Llowcr,
a Nebraska farmer from tho vicinity
of WUner, eve u Jolt to professional
nolo raisers In tho United Stnlea cir
cuit court that may act as a whole
Borne lesson to this class of gentry,
showing that tho day has passed when
tho avorngo farmor can bo mndo tho
placid victim of their smooth games.
Tho enso on which tho lesson was
ndmlulstorod wnB that of tho t'lrat
National bank of Shoiinndoah, la.,
against Nicholas Llowcr, to rocover on
a rrotu for $2,100, allotted to liavo been
glvon by Llowcr in paymont for boiuo
patent atook powdoiB.
The Shonnnilonh bank was nn Inno
cent purchaser of the note and brought
suit to tooover, which Llowor realstod
on the ground that tho note wns h
forgery, In thnt It hnd beon raised
from $21, Blnco having been signed by
him and nftor having beon raised it
foil into tho hands of tho Shenandoah
bnnk. Tho bank, of course, was ex
empt from any blamo for wrongdoing.
Tho caso was bitterly fought nnd
tho Jury wns out but llttlo over hnlf
an hour when It enmo In with a vor
diet for Llowor, In which It wns stated
that tho hank had no cntiBo for action.
SUPPRESS TRADE IN GIRLS
Dr. Jnnney Tells W. C. T. U. Conven
tion Traffic Is Far Reaching.
Omaha, Oct. 2C A stirring uddrcss
by Dr. O. Kdward Jannoy of Bultlmoro,
chairman of tho nattonnl vigilance
committee for suppression of tho
white Blavo traffic, was tho most nota
ble event of tho session of tho thirty
sixth annual convention of the Na
tional Woman's Christian Tempernnco
Dr. Jnnney declared that tho traffic
In girls has become nn ovll more
widespread than tho public Imagines,
reaching out Into ovory part of this
country and oven across tho ocean for
victims, tho main lino of Kb opera
tions being from Montreal, BoBton and
Now York westward through Buffalo,
Pittsburg, Chicago, Omaha and Denver
to San Frnucls'co and Seattle.
Dea Moines Army Officer Is Married
Omnha, Oct. 21. Tho marrlago of
Lieutenant John Pullmnn of tho regu
lar army, stationed nt Des Moines, to
Miss Helen Rlbbol, occurrod Inst even
ing nt the homo of the bride's parents,
Mr. nnd MrB. Goorgo M. Rlbbel of this
Tho brjdo Is a grnduato of Smith
college. Lieutenant Pullman la a son
of Colonel John W. 'Pullman, re
tired, who was formoly stationed In
Oscar E. Hart Is Missing
Grnnd Island, Neb., Oct. 21. OBcar
E. Hart, until a weok ago mannger of
the Hart Automobllo garage, has dis
appeared. MrB. Hart Is evidently much
concerned as to his whoreaboutB, nnd
Robert Adler of Omnha, who backed
Hart financially, Is horo Bottling up
tho affairs of tho garage and saving
what ho can from tho residue. Ho
states that he will be out about $1,000.
Hart has always been held in high
esteem here, having long been a resi
dent of tho city, nnd tho outcomo of
tho business venture nnd his disap
pearance Is a surprise to many friends.
Ho loft n week ngq, according to Mrs.
Hnrt, to go to Kearney, nnd to bo back
soon. Ho has not returned and no
word can bo secured from him.. Some
other creditors are anxious.
Falrbury Man Disappears.
Fatrbury, Neb., Oct. 21. Nothing
has yet beon heard' of G. W. Conger,
who disappeared from his homo in this
city Inst Friday. At tho tlmo of his
dlsnppcarnnco ho left n horBe nnd bug
gy tlod on tho main street, whoro tho
animal Blood for thirty hours without
food or water, until It was finally taken
up by tho pollco. It Is rumored that
finnnclnl difficulties played a grent
part In his sudden disappearance. He
wns a cement contractor and stone
mason, and Blnco his disappearance
his horso and buggy, part of his fur
niture and a portion of his tools and
supplies have been taken to apply oj
his debts. He leaves a wife and fam
ily without means of support.
Bakers Elect Officers.
Omaha, Oct. 23. Co-operation with
tho state food commission was pledged
by spenkors ntho last session of tho
Nebraska Master Bakers' association
nt the Rome hotel. George F. Wolz of
Fremont wns elected president, P. F.
Peterson of Omaha, vico president;
Jay Burns of Omaha, secretary, and
P. W. Yager of Hastings, treasurer.
The Invitation of tho Lincoln Commer
cial club to meettnext year in Lincoln
wns unanimously accepted.
Hanson's Death Accident, Says Jury.
Omaha, Oct. 21. Tolf Hanson came
to his death by accident and not as a
suicide, according to the verdict of
the New York coroner's Jury, which
has Just passed upon the case. E. F,
Leary, trustee In bankruptcy for tho
Hanson creditors, haa this word from
the east, with further statements that
the ovldenco at the inquest showed
that If Hanson did contemplnto suicide
he made slngulnrly few preparations
In the lodging house room where he
Dennlson Gets Two Thousand.
Omnha, Oct. 25. Tho Jury in the
case of Tom Dennlson against the
Dally News for damages for allogod
libel roturnod a vordlct for $2,000 for
the plaintiff. The case, it Is said, will
b appealed, but thore is llttlo llkell
lw,jd of n third trial.
The one place in
town where you
can b u y really
gc o d chocolates
ENGRAVER and ELECTROTYPER
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No, 5. Nebraska.
i Al Wiker
I Grand Island Gnuite
I and Marble Works
All kinds of Granite and Marble
Tombstones and Monuments.
a Lower prices and less
freight than from firms
HAVE YOU PAID YOUR
Taxes are due Nov. i. Personal
taxes delinquent Dec. i. Land tax
delinquent May i. Interest io per
cent from date of delinquency. Real
estate advertised for sale the first week
in October and sold for taxes the first
Monday in November. In all com
munications relative to taxes, please
give description of property.
Fred Mollring. Co, Treasurer.
Sewing Machines and
Have secured the services of a prac
tical mechanic and can guarantee all
work done by him. Don't trust your
work to travelling repair men. This
man will be here permanently. Re
pairs and parts furnished for all ma
chines, l'hone 139. Geo. D. Darling,
free prom lice.
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