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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 24 December 1908

" ' T - iff- n. I i i v ' A CARKEGIE OH STND Says Steel Industry No Longer Needs Protection. Former Steel Magnate Says American Manufacturer Can Compete With the World Under Free Trade Condi tlons Enjoys Quiz for Eight hours Aiiilrow Carnegie, famous for the millions lie made lu the Btcol btiBlnes? nnd for his vIowb on uconomlc quo Uona, was an entertaining, If not In structive, witness betoro the house mays and means committee tariff hear ting In Washington. An article on the tariff, especially relating to the steel schedule, written by Mr. Carnegie, recently appeared In n monthly magazine. Owing to the mutcments made In that nrtlclo It bo camo the basis for the questions asked by the members or tho committee at 4be hearings on tho steel schedule. As tho testimony of various Btcel manufacturers was at variance with tho statements made by Mr. Carnegie, tho commltteo Invited him to give any information tho committee could use. Ab Mr. Carneglo declined to accept tho Invitation, he was...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 24 December 1908

"f ? hr - ,. a,. Are You BuyingYour Groceries Right ? If you want anything in fancy or staple Groceries, Fresh Fruits, Vegetables remember that we have the largest stock in the city and our prices are always right . , ,.-,- - Ml II , - !,, ..,.,. ..l-.. Yours for fair dealing A. D, RODOERS ISTISLSON JPUICXCHTSll. FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY REPRESENTS THE FOLLOWING Hartford Kiro Insurance Company. North American of Philadelphia. Phoenix of Hlooklyn. Now York. Continental of Now York City. Niagara Flro Insurance Company. Coiinoctleutt Flro Oomtnorolul Union Assurance Co.. London (Jermanla Klre Ins. Co 'tute of Omaha Palace Liveiy Barn. c. c. sanrH. i?rop. (Successor to S. II, llcsch) one in oCK wi:st op Good turnouts, strict attention to our business, THE NE'V zhinden and courteous treatment to all has won for us the HWl.DCNG. 'Phone excellent patronage we enjoy. Trv us. LLIANCE GRADUATED NURSES IN ATTENDANCE HOSPITAL STAFFDr. Bellwood, Dr. Bowman, Dr. Hand, Dr. Copscy Open to All Reputabl...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 24 December 1908

4Wr!WYMl i r M I! jfc. 8$f FT It & .$ " J" Published Every Thursday by Thf HtraM friHshi Cimpmy. T. J. O'KEEFE Editor ). B. KNIEST Associate Editor Entered at the postoflice at Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through the mails, as second-class matter. Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance, f1WKKW!rilXM-K$&-X&)inKf:- The Joyous time is drawing nigh, the time of turkey, pudding, pie; nor do we dream of after ills, of squills, and pills, and Christmas bills. J A A girl begins to hang up the mistletoe at about the age when she stops hanging up her stocking. J & A pessimist is a fellow who wouldn't hang up his stocking for fear old Oanta Claus might swipe It. A Christmas cigars are not always puffed up with pride. J There's many a slip 'twixt the Miss and the mistletoe. & Don't make it too strong. Many a man has been knocked out by one good, stiff punch. Ask a truthful woman what she enjoys most about Christ mas, and she will tell you the bargain sales afterwar...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 24 December 1908

? w W M X SS &' fi5u ?tia ' , v-K i t f ' . M ? &' , s I ft V ( Lessons from the Christmas Woman By MARGARET SPENCER TELL you wp ought to cut It out tlila i ear." said the haul-up htm baud. Tho Christmas wom an put both hands on his shoulders "We can't cut out Christ mas, dear," she told him. gently, nut that llvo dollars which my broth er gave me on my birthday Is going to cover every cent I spend. They'll be just little remembrances." -That's It," ho nn b w c r o d. Impatiently. "You'll keep It up, one way or another and at the last min ute I'll feel mean If I don't get into the game and squander a lot of money on presents." He closed the door and went away. By the time ho hud boarded tho car for town ho knew that sho was right. But the Christmas woman didn't know that ho was thinking this. She was busy In her own room, whore, on a work table, lay a whlto shirt waist pattern stamped with a graceful design for embroidering. She cad bought It for CO cents, marked down from o...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 24 December 1908

-a. V'-ftf -OTJlM & -j. , r2T "TjLXKsawaswei za&tac&uiSis .z.' .a-v sfrKjEwasaV"-'-- - rffc, JC3f 4 4 4 4 4 DECEMBER SAL 1 1 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 s v. m, 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 1 1 4 4 4 Children's Coats $2.79 FURS AT Half Price XMAS SALE FANCY LINENS LACES Gloves Imported and FOR Stall We Have Two-year-old Colts Weighing, Over 1800 Pounds Call and Inspect Them Headquarters at PALACE LIVERY BARN SMITH & WILSON, Props ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA WINTER EXCURSIONS LOW RAT ES Winter Tourist Rates: Daily reduced rate excursions to California, Old Mexico, Southern and Cuban Resorts. Landseekers Excursions: Advise your friends back east of the cheap Landseekers Excursions on the-first and third Tuesdaj s of each month, and help settle up your coun try. We run personally conducted excursions on the first and third Tuesdays also to the Big Horn Basin and Yellows stone Valley and help buyers locate on the new Government Irrigated Lands...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 24 December 1908

'y-Wwy fljjffly'iMy . o v 1 1 w, l . ST. AGNES' BF BffiBHBVBktKlKaBlltllHBHHBiniaH ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA 1908 This new institution, under the direction of tlio Sisters of St. Fiancis, Is located at Alliance, a very healthy and pleasant resort of the west. Parents and guardians will find it a homelike institution, where every faculty is offcted 1o educate effectively the heart and mind of young gills, to impart true refine ment together with practical knowledge, which will enable them to fill their future positions in life creditably. k , The course ol study adopted by the institution is systematic and thorough, embracing Primary, Intermediate, Preparatory and Academic Departments. , The Academic Department embraces Christian Doctrine, Church Historv, Arithmetic, Algebra, Advanced English Grammar, Bookkeeping, Geometry, Latin, Rhetoric, Civics, General History, Botany. ART COURSE. A special course of Instrumental Music and Painting may be pursued. In this, as well as in all the other de...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 24 December 1908

.&& - tmimmi-t,iLiwmMiJrs- sm!mimw-mvim&toWmMxmv KlR?flKSflHIH(W33SSWW3WB2t2i3P''5W.ll; mK" I i f i.- ,J, FMRrier tf American Press Association Passes Away. A President of Country's Large Newspaper Syndicate He kept In Touch With Publishers All Over America Served In Civil War. Major Orlando Jay Smith, president and general manager of the American Press association, died at his homo, in Dobbs Kerry, N. Y., Sunday even in p. He had been ill since Septem ber, at which time ho was operated upon for cancer of tho stomach. Through his long Illness' he rctnlnod his Interest in dally events. Major Orlando J. Smith, tho founder of the American Press association, and its president and general manager, from its Inception until his death, was a Journalist of national reputation. Major Smith was born Juno 14, 1842, on a 'farm near Terro Hauto, Ind., of Vermont ancestry. His father, Hiram Smith, wnB one of Indiana's pioneers. He sent his son to tho public schools and later to Asbury ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 24 December 1908

1 f ix V A Christmas Heart 7. ? ?- - t ? T-i hV "X . HE lincst thoughts and the noblest acts are born Tof tin Christinas spirit. The Christmas spirit is the kind ot philosophy, the kind of morality, the kind of religion that the whole wide world k-nnws. understands and believes. It is the sum total of all the kindness, the humanity and the af fection that the Creator implanted in the heart of man kind. There will be many in our city who will have no real Christmas. They will not all be poor in material things. Mam will be among surroundings of luxun. As a matter of fact, the most of those who fall outside the pale of the Christmas idea have plenty and to spare of things to eat and to wear and all the physical comforts. You mav not know mam , we may not know, many Iwho won't have- ji Christmas, but we all know some whosc lives can be made brighter. Then, because it is not always possible to see the heavy heart, if we loose no opportunity to carry this Christmas spirit into the Jives ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 24 December 1908

m -v m"'""mrx,a TPrl!J(r.8I-JKW'-M - Jifcf ,r Hi y jf J ?11 nr The Famous Clothing House js!smsmsei!jssmB&sL n i I ii ii : r; v I ( L' H 1 ii 1 WISHES YOU' A Merry Christmas and A Prosperous New Year e KfV1 Next Saturday we offer all of our Hart Schaf f ner & Marx Fancy Suits that we sold at $25, $27.50, $30 for Your Free Choice at $20.00 Big Reduction on Overcoats THE FAMOUS CLOTHING HOUSE Remember, The Famous Sells it for Less. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA 1 908-1 909 MI7DDV ME, 11 CHRISTMAS f AND The Savings Bank Ml 1 is safe fosters thrift protects earnings -provides for the future if you live. iMfe iiai-iiw iir-iif urin -M& m- nwrn wtw iehk With the compliments of the season, we wish to extend our most sincere thanks to our many friends who so very liberally have given us their pat ronage. We wish to assure them that we hope to merit their future confi dence by giving full value received, good goods and courteous treatment Sincerely yours, A. D. RODGERS' GROCERY TA Yjjjjf Oji...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 31 December 1908

oqp r i',-- v '1BflW'V 1. Btnlontorio a Society .X ''& kP fl " - i t- v ' .4 Vti-.' tV XlL.Hr V' " .. Official PublickkMi) of the City ana?. County. '. --. . , 'Lam&iGirbimxL .rffcl.. . - - , i D. 1 nc of anyNcwseiipcr in Western Nebraska. VOLUMEOCYI. ALLIANCE. BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1908 NUMBER 3 nt; ' ' ft .' - . ' . 4Lr-.T - r. - '.: .4 ' ' tm (. ; . ' X JLjL I JLXjCTlI 1 V JZi JL XJEr JtxTLi Bank with the ,r- First National "The Old Reliable" Its niany safe-guards for the peoples' money: ? Jt large capital and surplus; ' W; Its alert Board of Directors Its conservative policy are for r . ; YOUR PROTECTION HOLSTEN Headquarters for CH00L ,, lUPPLIES ; .. . , v ' A, ....: . TABLETS NOTE BOOKS COMPOSITION BOOKS NOTE PAPER PENCILS PENS, INKS CHALK CRAYONS COLORED CRAYONS ERASERS and PAINTS RULERS GIVEN AWAY AT HOLSTEN'S mfm We always give you the Most of the Best for the Least W. C. Hibbs, Mgr. BOOK SALE $1.50 Books, $1.00 75c Books, 50c 35c Books,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 31 December 1908

? samnmt" sf & M u Hi i I i&t&K 1. i, i i f I 1 1 VI I I - fEARTHOUAKE 111 ITALY, Many Towns Destroyed and Thousands Killed. Tidal Wave Following Does Greal Damage af Catania preterit Castro phe Embracea Larger Area Than ih Shock of 1905. Tho province of Cosenza, Catanzarc and nogglo, coiuprtxlng the depart ment of Calabria, which forms the aouthweBtom extremity of Italy, were devastated by an earthquake, the far reaching effect! of which were, felt al 'moat throughout tho entire country iThe towu of Messina, In Sicily, wo partially destroyed and Catania was 'inundated. la Messina hundreds ol houses have fallen and many persona have betn killed. Owing, however, to the fact that telegraphic and teh phontc communications were almost completely destroyed, It is Impossible Uo obtain even an approximate Idea ol ithe vast damage done. Tho fatu ot ithe entire region within the zone ol 'the earthquako Is unknown, but re jports received at Rome indicate that tho havoc has been gr...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 31 December 1908

; Are You BuyingYour Groceries Right ? If you. want anything in fancy or staple Groceries, Fresh Fruits, Vegetables remember that we have the largest stock in the city and our prices are always right 2 i i Yours for fair a. d; rodgers ISTISLSOIM FLETCHER FIREINSURANOE AGNC Y REPRESENTS THE FOLLOWING INSURANCE COMPANIES. Hartford Flro Insurance Company. North American of Philadelphia. Phoenix of Dlooklyn. New York. Oontlnentol of New York Olty. Niagara Fire Insurance Company. Conueutlcutt Flro Commercial Onion Assurance Co.. London Clermanla Fire Ins. Co. tnteof Omaha Palace c. ONK III uCK WEST OF TUE NEW ZOINDEN BUILDING. 'Phone ALLIANCE HOSPITAL GRADUATED NURSES IN ATTENDANCE i HOSPITAL STAfr Or. Bellwood, Dr. Bowman, Dr. Hand, Dr. Copsey Open to VAI1 Reputable Physicians. Address all communications to THE MATRON, ALLIANCE HOSPITAL, Alliance, Nebraska. trm ... Gives von the readioc: matter in M flftr rmOfWMtSf rMM&F which you have the greatest in issue will prove a welcome visi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 31 December 1908

JV MfMlHiHM IWH WPWwWW MWiwiwwwwwwiWiiBWMiM r h ,! H J0-V- I t jUWjfeMU) Published Hyery Thurday by T. J. O'KEEFE Editor J. B, KNHJST,,..,. ,, v AssoclateEdltor Entered at the nostofilco at Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through the mails, as second-class matter. Subscription, $1.50 per year In advance. If anyone thinks that there aro no democrats, lot him refer to the election in Morrill county last week. Win Cm It MtM? Omaha Jlce. "Dbes'tlio Ananias club expire bv limitation at midnight on December 3t?" asks the Chicago Tribune. No, The date is noon, March 4. AMERICAN CMSm KILLED Arthur F. Ctatty ami Wfft imki UMta Ruins if CMSulati. A dispatch received at tho state de partment at Washington yesterday from American Consul Gale at Malta con firms the reported death of United States Consul Cheney And his wife at Messina, The body, the dispatches say, has not been recovered. The commander of the Russian battleship Majharoff, which has ar rived in Naples with refugees from Messi...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 31 December 1908

'x f ' SP : - 4 'J . ., N i irll: 4, " 4v. -j WILLIAM CAMERON FORBES. The New Vice Governor of ihe Phil tppine Island. tTlie appointment of William Camer on, Forbes as vice governor of the Philippines is In lino with the policy that has been pursued during Sir. tkoosevelt's administration of advnne- Copyrleht, 190S. by J. E. Purdy. WILLIAM CAMXItOX FORBES. ing men to posts of responsibility In the islands after they have served In less Important positions. Mr. Forbes had already served as a member of the Philippine commission and in so doing had acquired the experience with ad ministrative nffulrs In these posses sions of the United States requisite to effective duty as v)co governor of tho islands. He became connected with the insular service In 1004 as member of the Philippine commission and sec retary of commerce and police, is a native of Massachusetts and Is thirty eight years of age. He Is a graduate of Harvard In the class of 1802 and was In the banking nnd commercial busines...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 31 December 1908

kKi&BH'&im&Hii0mmiP' iirwW!rt -vmi'l,'!Bi1wfc?li,; "viSJ JSi! i.rxz&yzgfr' -yszczxjxc2xcj2i!xz"a: 15 ' i: L- ' I ;' t I 1 Aw- kk ttitftl kklfrli H THOUGHTS ON BUSINESS I T BY WALDO PONDRAY WARREN A TASK FOR REFORMERS HE affert to reform humanity should not always begin at the bottom. Sometime It la wise to begin at the top, mnti omatlmea In the middle and always where the soil Ic worth the seed. In speaking of thfs matter recently a man of wide busN nets experience said: "There lsa big field waiting for reformers. It Is not amting the so-called lower classes, where so much reform effort Is spent, and where a good deal of tt Is no doubt wasted. It Is among the people who are represented by the 'average employe' In our great mercantile and Industrial In stitutions. It is a sad fact that enly a very small percentage of thess people sre really In earnest that Is, are really try ing to do their best." "What per cent would you say?" t asked. Net ever five per cent," he rep...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 31 December 1908

N V I. -ity"1' ST. AGNES' Hi 1 t l 1 I i ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA 1908 This novv institution, under the direction of the Sisters of St. Fiancis, is located at Alliance, a very healthy and pleasant resort of the west. Parents and guardians will find it a homelike institution, where every faculty is offered -to educate effectively the heart and mind of young girls, to impart true refine ment together with practical knowledge, which will enable them to fill their future positions in life creditably. The course ot study adopted by the institution is systematic and thorough, embracing Primary, Intermediate, Preparatory and Academic Departments. The Academic Department embraces , Christian Doctrine, Church History Arithmetic, Algebra, Advanced English Grammar, Bookkeeping, Geometry. Latin, Rhetoric, Civics, General History, Botany. ART COURSE, A special course of Instrumental Music and Painting may be pursued. In this, as well as in all the other departments, the leading principle of the instit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 31 December 1908

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 7 January 1909

, fmmihT s"" '"", Soo0(; K 4: -& The Herald. ;.., .-. Official Publication of the City and County Largest Circulation of any Newspaper in, Western Nebraska, r VOLUME XVI. ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA? THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, i09 NUMBER 4 Alliance Bank with the it First National Pays' v , t ' ' fc . rt J-' "The Old Reliable" Its many safe-guards for the peoples money: its large capital and surplus; y& Its alert Board of Directors Its conservative policy are for YOUR PROTECTION A'-" - ft-.. " HOLSTEN Headquarters for CHOOL UPPLIES TABLETS NOTE BOOKS COMPOSITION BOOKS NOTE PAPER PENCILS PENS, INKS CI TALK CRAYONS , COLORED CRAYONS ERASERS and PAIN'IS RULERS GIVEN AWAY AT OLS TEN'S JfcAZi.kii5lrI FJiM'WR We always give you the Most of the Best for the Least W. C. Hibbs, Mgr. DR. T. ALLEN, DENTIST Painless Extraction Latest Methods Safe. Sure Brower Attempts Suicide by Hanging Miss Edith H rower, the young girl who was shot by her brother, Charles, one night last November at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 7 January 1909

lx . ttUkUii Uild.tt.UJ, Uh ttlfrii WfchUHd THOUGHTS ON BUSINESS BY, .WALDO PONDRAV WARREN DO MORE THE man who makes the bett progreia It the man wh does more than he le told. Some men think they have done their full duty when they perform certain routine work. They consider that they are being paid fifteen dollars a week for fifteen dollars' worth of work and they measure out the correct amount with as much care as the grocer meat ures out rice, putting In and taking out a few grains until the scales balance. But the progressive man goes about his work with the spirit of the athlete. The satisfaction of accomplishing a feat, and the knowledge that with each trial more skill la dcvel eped, farm one of the bsst Incentives to good work. The ath lete does not confine his practice to a certain number ef rune and Jumps, but keeps at It until he has achieved some greater degree of skill than he ever had before. He delights In at tempting harder and harder feats because It means more and m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 7 January 1909

I T L ST. AGNES' ALLIANCE, 1908 This new institution, wider the direction of the Sisters of St. Francis, is located at Alliance, a very healthy and pleasant resort of the west. Parents and guardians will find it a homelike institution, where every faculty is offeied to educate effectively the heart and mind of young girls, to impart true refine ment together wifli practical knowledge, which will enable them to fill their future positions in life creditably. ' The course ot study adopted by the institution is systematic aud thorough, embracing Primary, Intermediate, Preparatory and Academic Departments. The Academic Department embraces Christian Doctrine, Church History Arithmetic, Algebra, Advanced English Grammar, Bookkeeping, Geometry. Latin, Rhetoric, Civics, General History, Botany. ART COURSE. A special course of Instrumental Music and' Painting may be pursued. In this, as well as in all the other departments, the leading principle of the institution is thoroughness, hence pupi...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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