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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1910)
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Every business day we have new customers
added to our large patronage. There is a reason for
this. The most satisfactory thing about it is that
they continue to be our customers day after day.
That certainly means that we are giving them satis
faction. We study to please our customers. We
give them the goods they want, and we send out
nice, clean, fresh groceries; neatly wrapped and
handled by experienced delivery men who deliver
them when promised. Do we make mistakes ? Yes,
occasionally, for with a business of the magnitude of
ours some mistakes must necessarily occur but we
always rectify them at once and guarantee satisfac
tion. We're ready to take your order phone 32.
GEO. DUNCAN dc SON
New :,. ,
I have just added a new, full and'
complete line of Queensware. Hy stock
includes everything in this line. See the
beautiful hand-painted Chinaware, Cut
Glass and Silverware. The quality it? guar
anteed and the prices are right.
I. L. ACHESON
TO THE SOUTH: Homeseekers' excursions will continue during
the winter to the South and Southwest; Winter tourist
excursions are in effect every day to southern resorts; these
excursion rates offer an excellent chance to escape the
Northern winter in looking over the land and recreation
possibilities of the new South.
HOMESEEKERS' EXCURSIONS: On the first and third Tuesdays to
the new lands of the West, including the Big Horn Basin
which country today offers the greatest combination of in
dustrial and farming resources at the cheapest rates that
can be found in the country.
TO CALIFORNIA: Every day excursion rates with choice of
routes going and returning, to include the whole Pacific
slope. Thousands of Americans, especially inva lids and
elderly people, have selected Southern Cailfornia for their
permanent place for a winter sojourn.
Send for Burlington publications, "California Excursions," "Pacific Coast
Tours-" Let me help you plan the tour of the greatest attraction at the lowest
Spring Wagons for Sale
We now have Five New Hand
for delivery. They are better
give much better satisiaction
wagons. We will sell these wagons at reasonable price.
If you want one of them, call immediately, before they are
all taken. Shop opposite Palace Livery Barn.
Don oi an & Son
J. KRIDELBAUGH, Agent
L. W. WAKELEY, G. P. A., Omaha
- Made Spring Wagons ready
made, more durable and will
tnan macnine-made spring
November, 13th, 1910.
(CopyilRht. 1910. hy Hev. T. S. Linscott. I,T) )
World'a Temperance Lesson. JJtitt.
xxiv 32-51. '" ?
Golden Text -Watch nnd prny lost
ye enter into temptation. MntL xxvl:
Verses 32-34 What was the event
then pending which Jesus here fore
tolls? What were the signs then present
that the Jewish nation would he de
stroyed? About how lone after this whb Jeru
salem destroyed, nnd how was It
Verses .15-36 Why Is the v;ord or
God more stable and to be depended
upon, thnn the stability of the earth
Wv 11 will the heavens and tho
eartt itiss away? (Bee Mark xlll:32.)
Were there some things which Jc
bub did not know when on the earth,
and If so, to what extent was his
Verses 37-11 How did the people
act when Noah was building the ark?
In anticipating tho coming of Christ
how dhould we act at the present
Take two devout men, one who be
lieves that tho second coming ot
Christ may be any day and the other
that it will not be In his life tlmo nnd
state what, If any, different effect It
will have upon the righteousness of
Atjjvhut stage does gating an.d drink
ing degenerate into gluttony anfl
Compare the evils of a lack of food,
and overeating, and stato their respec
What are the, evils ot drinking
Is it ever wrong for a well-to-do
healthy man to marry, or to abstain
from marrying? Give your reasons.
Verse 42 In how many ways may
we look for the coming of the Lord?
What do you understand the com
mand, to watch, to mean?
Verses 43-47 Do these instructions
and warnings refer exclusively to tho
final coming of Christ and, If so, how
do you account for it that he speaks
as though they may expect that event
In the near future?
What is it to bo ready?
is that person ready who is engaged
In wrong doing, or who has a grudge
against anybody? Why?
Verses 18-51 Why is not a harsh
and cruel man fit for heaven?
Why will drinking men and their as
sociates be shut out of God's kingdom?
(This question must be answered In
writing by members of the club.)
What will become of those who ar$
not ready when the Lord comos?
Lesson for Sunday, Nov. 20th, 1910.
Jesus in Gethsemane. Matt, xxvl:
oippervs Execution Postponed.
London, Nov. 8. It was officially
announced that Dr. Hawley H. Crip
pen, convicted and sentenced to death
for tho murder of his wife, Belle El
more, would not be executed today, as
originally arranged, for the reason the
law provides that two weeks must
elapse between the dismissal of an
appeal and the carrying out of the
sentence. The execution hns been
flxPd for Nov. 23, Meantime Solicitor
Newton, Crippen'B counsel, is drafting
a DCtltlon for a renrir-vn
WHETHER ON INFANT OR GROWN
PERSON CURED BY ZEMO
AND ZEMO SOAP
The Holsten drug store says to every per
son, be it maor, woman or child, who has
an irritated, tender or itching skin to come
to our store and procure a bottle of ZEMO
and a cake of ZEMO soap and if you are
not entirely satisfied with results, come
back and get your money. So confident
are of the efficacy of this clean, simple
treatment, that we make you this unusual
ZEMO is a clear liquid for external use
that has cured so many cases of eczema,
pimples, dandruff and other forms of skin
eruption, ZEMO and ZEMO soap are
most economical as well as the cleanest and
most effective treatment for affections of
the skin or scalp, whether on infant "or
grown person. z
HARRY P. C0URSEY
Live Stock and
Farm Sales a Specialty
Phone 72 ALLIANCE. NEBR.
Sewing Machines and
Have secured the services of a prac
tical mechanic and can guarantee all
work done by him. Don't truBt your
work to travelling repair men. This
man will be here permanently. Re.
pairs and parts furnished for all ma
chines. Phone 139. Geo. D. Darling.
TO INSPECT CANAL
President to Start This Week
ILL LOCATE THE FORT SiTES,
Excavation Work Advancing So Fast
That End of It Is Almost In Sight.
Chief Executive Will Sail for Isth
mus In United States Warship.
Washington, Nov. 8.Prcsldent Taft
expects to start this week for a visit
of inspection to tho Panama canal
Tho Inst time ho wont to tho lsth
muB It was to nBk if, after all, tho
whole canal project might not bo a
gigantic mistake. That was just twen-ty-ono
monthB ago. Now his errand
is to look over fortification sites, to
discuss the permanent government of
tho zone, the rntes or toll, tho final
disposal of tho Panama railroad, the
suggested government coaling Btatlon
for 8hIpB to tnko up tho problems of
the finished canal, ills journey means
that the end of the great work is in
Fiction of American Soil.
Like President Roosevelt, tho pres
ent executive will preserve tho fiction
that he has not left American soil by
mnklng tho voyago on an American
waruhlp. Ho plans to anil from
Charleston on Nov. 10 on tho armored
cruiser North Carolina, with Mb sister
Bhip tho Montana for a convoy. Tho
Journey ench way will take about
four dnyB, and tho president pinna to
remain four days on the lsthnntB.
Steaming into tho cnnnl from tho
Caribbean, there will bo little for the
president to bco, though tho work of
the dredges hns pushed a channel for
six mileB in from deep water nearly
PRESIDENT TflFT TO
INSPECT PANAMA WORtt
up to the locks and dam of Gatun.
Horo is the greatest change the presi
dent will see. When ho left the isth
mus the lock slto was n gaping hole
in the rock, roaring with tho work of
drills and rock trains. The cut wns
three-quarters of a mile long and
nearly 400 feet broad.
Today tho cut Is floored with con
crete for two-thirds of Its length- Tbe
two huge chambers of the upper lock
are done, except for a few finishing
touches. Alone this lock makes one
of the greatest masses of masonry in
Putting in the Cement.
The middle lock Is filled with the
disorderly properties of a great engi
neering Job. Steel towers that would
hold up a lighthouse are braced to
hold the fresh concrete on the growing
walls. Ropes, tracks, braces run every
where. Men work in Bwarms tramp
ling tho Bliishy concrete Into place in
the high steel walled pits, loading
cars, setting up shores.
The lowest lock of tho three is still
noisier, for the work of excavation Is
not yet finished. By the time the
president arrives, however, it will
probably be ready for the concrete
men to begin their work.
On the Pacific Slope.
The cement plant at MIratlores is
Just getting under way, and only the
floor of the upper lock has been laid.
From Mlraflorea it Is only five miles
to the harbor of Panama and four
miles more between tho islands of the
shallow bay to deep water in the Pa
ciflc. Hero the president will see tho
Blto of the great breakwater, which
may be carried from the Bhore as far
as Naos Island, nearly two miles out
These islands form one of the ob
jectives of his Journey, for there the
men in charge of the canal plan to
mount the batteries of mortars and
disappearing rifles that are to guard
the, work on the Pacific aide. The
president, as commander in chief of
the army and navy, has the final word
as to the placing of the forts.
Str''-er Die From Wound.
Little Rock, Ark., Nov. 8. The
first fatality here as tho result of tho
strike of the Iron Mountain machin
ists occurred when J, C. Werlick, a
striker, died. Werlick was shot and
wounded in a clash between strikers
and strike breakers near the com
pany's shops in Argenta.
Three Children Burned to Death.
Winnipeg, Nov. 8. Three children
of A. Todd, a farmer in tho Buchanan
Bask district, were smothered to death
by Bmoko when their homo caught
fire. The parents were absent.
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MURDERER BURNED AT STAKi
Crowd Storms Jail at Rock Springs
Tex., Following. Man's Confession.
Son Antomo, Tex., Nov. 4. Antonk
Rodriguez of Lns Vocns, Mexico, ngeC
twenty years, was burned nt the stnk
by n mob at Rock Springs, Tex., fol
lowing his confession that he shot sunt
killed Mrs, Lorn Henderson, wlfo of e
ranchman, bocnuBO she "npoke mean1
to him. Rodriguez was arrested whet
ho npplird nt ft ranch near Roclt
Springs for food. Tho mob Btormed
tho frail Btrurturo nt Rock Springs,
overpowered tho guard nnd took Rod
rjgtirs Bonio dlstnnrc from tho cltj
to nn nlrendy prcpnrcd pyre.
Without a show of emotion and of
fering llttlo resistance, Rodriguez wns
bound trt the stake and tho torch ap
plied. Whon IiIb body wns complete!)
Incinerated the mob dispersed.
ARREST IN CHEESE CASES
Government After Importers' Accused
of Underweight Frauds.
New York, Nov, 4. Tho first of sev
eral arrests which tho government hai
ordered in connection with what it nl
legcB to be wholesale frauds In the
undorwclghlng of cheese importation!
wns made when Antonio Zuecn, one ol
tho most Influential Italians of the city
nnd head or the firm of Zucca & Co..
was taken Into custody by United
Stntcs Marshal Hcnkcl. Ho is charged
with giving false weights on cheeso
imported from Italy.
TAFT CANCELS NAVAL ORDER
Torpedo Boats Will Not Follew Acre
plane Carrying Mall From Steamer.
Washington, Nov. G. President Tult
cancelled the ordor promulgated bj
tho navy department detailing tvu
Bpeedy torpedo boat destroyers to fol
low tho flight of Aviator McCurdy
from the decks of the steamer Kal
serin Augusto Victoria, fifty miles at
sen, to land, because ho thought It
would ho inconsistent with provlous
refusals to permit such ubo of naval
BATHTUB TRUST CASE
Testimony In Chicago Completed.
Further Hearings In East.
Chicago, Nov. C. Tho taking ft I
evidence In Chicago in connection
with the government's case to enjoin
the bo called "bath tub truBt" was
practically completed and further hear
ings will bo held in the cast. During
the hearing the charge wns roado thnt
9Q per cent of the Jobbers of onam
oled sanltnrv fnwnre In tho countrj
signed agreements InRt June to handle
only "trust" goodB.
FIVE ALABAMA MINERS KILLED
Gas Explosion Works Havoc In tiie
Birmingham, Ala., Nov. 5. A gas
explosion occurred In the mines of tliq
Yolande Coal nnd Coke company
bhottly after midnight and five men
were killed. The mines aro located In
Tuscaloosa county, thirty ihIIcb south
of Birmingham. The bodies of the
victims have been taken out of the
Cyclone In Portugal,
Lisbon, Nov, 8. A cyclone has done
great damage at Villa Real, in the ola
province of Traz Os-MonteB. The cas
ualties are not yet known, hut several
small craft have been sunk, and in
one case the crew of ten perished.
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Chicago, Nov. 7. Under scattered
Are of selling by the best buyers
among last week's shortB, the wheat
market developed weakness today, and
closed at a net decline of a shade to
"45c. There was no apparent sup
port from the larger operators, who
had previously been working for nn
advance. Finnl sales of corn showed
a loss of V&c compared with Saturday
night, but oats were unchanged to "iC
up and provisions had Increased In
cost 10c to a full half dollar. Close:
Wheat Dec., 89889e; May, 95
95VjC; July, 93c.
Corn Dec, 4Gi; May, KVM
49c; July, 49"&c.
Oats Dec, 31$031c; May, 34c
Pork Jan., J17.52V.,; May. J16.M7.
Lard Jan.. $10.40; May, $9.92Ur.
RibB Jan., $9.324; May, $9.15. '
Chicago (SiBh Prices No. 2 hard
wheat, 91V93c; No. 2 corn, 50
C0V,c; No. 2 oats, 31V5C.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Nov. 7. Cattle Receipts
34,000; shade lower; beeves, $4.50
7.60; westerns, $4.5006.75; stockcrs
and feeders, $4. 1005.50; cows and
heifers, $2.25C.40; calves, $7.50
10.25. HogB Jtecelpts, 30,000; 510c
lower; light, $7,9008.35; mixed, $7.65
8.45; heavy, $7.408.40; rough, $7.40
7.60; pigs, $7.608.25; bulk of sales,
$7.808.30. Sheep Receipts, 45,000;
weak to lower; natives, $3.604.30;
westerns, $2.6504.30; yearlings, $4.30
&5.40; lambs. $4.7506.60.
South Omaha Live Stock.
South Omaha. Nov. 7. Cattle Re
ceipts, 5.S86; weak; beef steers, $4.50
7.25; cows and heifers, $2.7505.00;
Blockers and feeders, $3.0005.75;
calves, $3 5007.00. Hogs Receipts,
2,940; fchade lower; good heavies,
$7.8007.85; mixed, $7.9508.10; best
bacon weights, $8.35. Sheep Re
ceipts, 26,000; slow; thin ewes of
good quality moved' around $2,900
3.00, while fleshy feeder lambs sold
Miss M. Ruth Taylor
TEACHER OF PIANO
324 W. Fifth St. Phone 205
EDITH JYL SWAN
and Musical History
Studio 424 Laramie Avenue
A. F. BALDRIDGE
Lund Ofllco Practice ft Specialty
Bonded Abstracter in Offices
Onieo In Mpforklo block, next to U. 8.
Attorney at Law
Ofilce First National Bank DIdg.
Phone 180. ALLIANCE, NEB,
H. M. BULLOCK.
Attorney at Law,
Lonn experience s ltccolrur U.S. Land Olflco
Is guarantee for prompt and olllciont service.
Office in Opera Hause ileck
L a wyer and Land Attorney
Practitioner In civil courts ulnco 1603 nnd
Itcxlstor U. 8. Land Ofllco from 1003 to 1807.
Information by mall n specialty.
OFFICE IN LAND OF11CK UUItUIKU
ALLIANCE - NK11RASKA.
lies. 1'honc 20
ICes. Phone 43
Drs.Coppernoll & Petersen
Rooms 7, 8 and g, Rumer Block
Phone 43 "
GEO. J. HAND,
PHYSICIAN AND JMJROKON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
DR. C. H. CHURCHILL
(Successor to Dr. J, E. Moom)
OFFICE IN FLETCHER BLOCK
Ofnce hour 11-12 .in. 2-1 p.ui, 7(80-9 p, m.
Office! Phone 62 Res, Phone, 85
H. A. COPSEY, M. D.
Physician nnd Surgeon
Calls answered promptly duy and night from
ofHlce Offices: Alllancu National Dank
Hollaing over the Post OIHco.
DR. CHAS. E. SLAGLE
, DR. BELLWOOD
Paid to Eye Work
Dr. L. W. Bowman
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Rumer Block, Rooms 12 and 13
Ofllcohours, lOtor.'u.m.; 1:30 to 4. 7 to 8 p. in.
Office PhoHO 65 Res. Phone 16
Dr. H. R. Belville
Opera House Block Alliance, Nebr.
T, J. THRELKELD,
Undertaker and Embalmer
THE GADSBY STORE
Funeral Director and Embalmer
Office Phone 498 Res. Phone 510
J. P. HAZARD
Surveyor and Engineer,
Parties out of town should write, as 1 am
out much of the time. Ubarices will not ex
ceed $5.00 und expenses per day
E. C. WHISMAN
Practical Painter & Paper
Full line wall paper samples
PHONE 709 ALLIANCE, NEBR
E. O. COOL
Plumbing and Fitting
All work guaranteed first-class
PHONE 224 R&D
BASEMENT ZBINDEN BLOO
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W. F. ROSENKRANZ
Practical llacksmitMng aul WafM
SIm 6B SkwmI St. kttwMi Mie Mi Ivtmk 1
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