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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 18 July 1902

Mhi "I" ! ,. 1 .. Y i r l:K,HH'$'H,sw SVmOXVQ 6SlT Sae This. That and the r 1ft Othtr,Partlcularly OUeXVaTVS.,.. rAeiafrer... : - s - : - $s5 - : - - w:5 - $: Republicans nre wasting their efforts when they talk to people about a demo cratic governor giving all the places to democrats. This sympathy is not wanted. The populists arc not looking for appointive places and if they were the trouble-expecting republicans could do them no good. What the pops of Nebraska want is an honest, economi cal government, increased railroad as sessment and a reduction of freight rates. With Thompson as governor they will get the honest government and appointees who will be business like in their administration of public funds. The pops are going to vote the fusion ticket for by so doing they will get what the tax payers want. They'll get gold-bricked if the republican state ticket is elected. Stanton Register. The republican contingent in con gress from Nebraska arc felicitating themselves with the ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 18 July 1902

ftRESEttYEl) BY WAX FOUR HJSTOniC PAINTINGS IN THE C NATIONAL CAPITOL . Thr AVrrr Trrnteil I.onn; After Com pletion ntiil Wlini T!iry Alrrnilr Shimrd SlKlm fit Dlmmlntliin An Arllnf" Cnrlnnn tllunilcr. It Is n curious fnct (Iiht the snmo combination of chemicals which pre served In a perfect fitnte for over COO years the remains and shrouds of IvIiik Edward I. of Knliiml have also been used to preserve four of tho fjrent his torlcal paintings perpetuating Kcones in the foundation and establishment of this Bovemt;'ent. These foiiipntntInKs occupy perhaps the most conspicuous place for obser vation In the nation. They are tho work of Colonel John Trumbull and hantf on tho eastern wall of tho rotun da of the capltol. The paintings were put In placo In 1S24 under the supervision of the artist himself, hut not without much hesita tion and objections on his part becauso of the dampness of the walls and air In the rotunda at that time. The fears of the artist were proved to he well founded...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 18 July 1902

k r X V ONE COWSKIN. An Iimtnnco of Gcrntnn Mllltnrr Thrift mid Ilcil Ttipelnin. An instanco of military thrift nml of n rctl tape system which is not peculiar to Germuny conies from the Prussian war olllco. In 1800 tho guards wero breakfasting hurriedly. They had on the previous day fought the battle of, Koor and had accomplished altogether a nine days' march. This was not the era of canned meats, and to each regi ment had been allotted a certain num ber of cattle which had hern hilled, skinned and cooked, but while ll:o men wero still eating scouts enme l:i with the news that the Austrlaus were near ut hand. The men got into marching order and In n few minutes were in rapid ad vance toward the enemy. The Grena dier guards, conspicuous always for their dispatch, hurried to such purpose that iney failed to secure the skin of a cow which had been made over to them for rations. When the oillclal who was responsi ble for the value of the hide came to ask for It, it had to be reportel m...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 18 July 1902

i &. t BF". m: ar s e iw J&r - .sa 4r The News .KEITH L. (Keith U Plorco In fully nuthorUcd to so licit subscriptions nnd Job work nml collect and receipt for name, and tmnwict fill other bustnew In connection with hit position ns iin accredited representative of this paper. B. A M. TIME TABLE. Passenger trnln.i leave IlcinliiRfonl, dally, fin follows) No. 4t, wnl.. .0:40a.m. No. 42, cant.. .3:44 p.m. All regular trains curry passenger. Peto Watson was In town Monday evening. Sec Clark Olds it Co. for btndo twine 29-tf James Montague was In llemlng ford Monday. U. Fendrlch was transacting busi ness hero Monday. Mrs. T. Colvln has been ill with stomach trouble. Win Fendrlch has purchased cattle In this vicinity recently. C. A. Hurlcw and family spent Sun day with James Hollinnke. Peter Jensen was transacting busi ness in the villagu Monday. Many of the teachers aro attending Riunincr school in Alllunco this week. Matt llcautnont has purchased a 'quarter section of land adjoin...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 August 1902

Wf " .GyU&M.( ptt-oJXL Alliance Carnival and Races, October 6, 7, 8 and 9. $4,000 in Purses. The Alliance Herald. V OFFICIAL PUBLICATION ! J OF BOX BUTTE COUNTY T- AND ONLY DEMOORATIO PAPER IN THE COUNTY. ? -t-;-i!!-;-;-3-!-;-S 4 WB MAKE A SPECIALTY !' OCHIQH CLASS OOMMEn- $ CIAL PRINTING. 8PLCN- DID PRESSES AND TYPE. VOLUME IX, ALLIANCE, BOX DUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1902. NUMBER 33, T "V x V GroccrIc.s We Want... j YOUR TRADE. u 2 Let us figure with you on your flaying bill. Largest and most com plete stock of GROCER IES in Northwestern Nebraska. Actually the Lowest price and best Quality. Your trade solicited. Fresh baked goods always on hand. Yours for fair dealing. Alliance Grocery Co Minnesota High Grade Fancy Patent Flour, "Richelieu. n The Best Flour on Earth. Sold Only by... LEE ACHESON. Clothing at cost, at the Fair Store. Dr. Allen, dentist, opera house block. jg-SheridiiXL cqo, Canon, lurnp,, t.nut .and,, AKer s'coai w. james. W. K. Herncall, merchant...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 August 1902

Thornton k Co.'s Announcement. Mollrlng Bros. Talk Shoes. PARALYZER OF- HIGH PRICES. For the Next Five Days, AT THE THORNTON & CO. Proof of the Pudding. Victor Flour, per sack. $1.15 Seven bars Diamond C Soap. 25c Seven bars Silver Leaf Soap. ...... 25c Seven bars Lenox Soap 25c Seven bars Swift's Pride Soap 25c Seven packages Pearlino Soap 25c Four pounds Gold Dust. ........... 25c Cream Cheeso 12 and 15c Horseshoe Tobacco, per pound 45c Coal Oil, per gallon 17 '4c Gasoline, per gallon 20c Mocha and Java Coffee, per lb. .20 and 25c Newport Flakes 10c Kennedy's Long Branch Biscuits... 10c Corn, per can 09c Cider Vinegar, per gallon 30c Now Potatoes, per peck 15c ? Fresh Meats. J Mutton 10, i2 and 15c Skinned Hams. 74c Rex Hams 15c Rex Fancy Bacon 170 Porter House Steak 15c 1 Sirloin 15c Clrack.. , ioc "VSR Boiling Beef oCc 3-pound Can Lard, home rendered. 40c 5-pound Can Lard, home rendered. 70c 50-pound Can Lard, home rendered. $6.00 27-pound pail Pigs Feet.. 1.25 Bologna 08c V...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 August 1902

- J-Y Pf T ::jl t; ' TROOPS ASSAILED STRIKERS THROW ROCKS AT SOL DIERS AT SHENANDOAH. ONE OF OFFENDERS ARRESTED .Others Implicated In the Assault on 8entrles Not Yet Apprehended The Situation In that District Becoming Strenuous. SHENANDOAH, Pa., Aug. 4. The entire Eighth regiment was 'called to arms last night a sa result of an at tack made by a band of men In am bush who threw stones at the troops now In camp on the plateau outside the town. These attacks aro becom ing so frequent that Brigadier Genoral Gobln has decided to adopt stem measures to end thom. Last night a double guard with ball cartridges sur rounded the camp and tho sentries havo been Instructed that if the stone throwing Is repeated they must, shoot to kill and Investigate affairs after wards. One of tho attacking party, a Lithuanian named William Stoponltz, Is under arrest and is confined in the guard tent and the provost marshal is on the trail of others. It is not known how many were in the crowd, but the- office...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 August 1902

.;). NKliJIftwM 5e 3Vavce LeffaU. PUBLISHED EVKRY FRIDAY. nrrtninl PnhUr.ntlnn nf nnt Butte Countu, T. J. O'KKBFE. IAMKS WILCOX, .EDITORS. Entered at Uio I'ostofllco nt Alliance, Nebraska, am Second-Ulas Mall Matter. fUTHS OF SUtBOfllFTION. I'orrcardn advance) ei.OOThroornonlhs...... 40centa Six month 75 1 Sample copies free to any nddrcss 137" Advertising rates rnado known on application. The City of Alliance. Alliance Is ft thriving pushing, growing llttlo city of 3300 souls, with a future full of promise-InOfcd, so bright Is the outlook, It Is freely predicted thnt within tlvo years It will hare a popula tion of from 5000 to 8000. In all of Northwest Nebraska there Is no town, In point of population and volumo of business, that can approach It. Its railroad facilities aro tho best, being located on tho main lino of tho great llurllngton and Missouri lllvor railroad system) and Its schools and churches aro not surpassed any where. Itspeoplo are hospitable, enterprising and Intelli...

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. — 8 August 1902

4 fr- f :it L?. '.. . ?& -t fc:' - W$l " Si '- I t 'rffer - ., " 'Mi, yii. --' t ffiilO WHAT ARK THE WILD WAVES SAYING ? I walked on tho shore as the sun went down, Fading from sight in the long, low west; I watched each wove with Its white foamed crown Come rolling In with its snowy crest. They whispered low as they fell into spray Over the sands of the pebbly beach; And I stopped to hear what tho waves might say, Listened to hear what the waves might teach. And what did the huge waves tell to me? Listen and I will repeat to thee. 'Pray tell mo," said I to tho whisp'ring wave, "Who is it will rule o'er our grand young state? Who is it we'ro needing to guide and save This fair young Btate from a bank rupt's fate? Pray answer me, waves, for we need to know; We're facing a fate that is dark and drear." And I listened to catch their answer low; Strained my ears as I leaned to hear. The waves rolled in with a mighty slosh And gave me tho answer: "Bill Thompson, b'goshl" 'And who, ma...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 August 1902

Commoner Extracts Prom W. CL.KVl3L.AND AND TARIFF RE FORM. Tho Richmond Telegram, which an nounces editorially that It would bo willing to vote for Mr. Cleveland again, although preferring some ono else, takes Mr. Bryan to task for doubting Mr. Cleveland's fidelity to tariff reform. It says! If ho (Mr. Bryan) Is an honest man ho must admit that Mr. Cleveland, whatever may be hlo sins, has' for ".wenty years been the earnest, consist ent and unswerving advocate of low tariff, tho present live Issue, nnd tho only rational means yet discovered to proporly curb the trusts, and yet ho tries to produce tho Impression that Mr. Clovcland Is opposed to low tariff. Until wo read this wo bollovcd that Mr. Bryan was at least honest and Bln ccro. Mr. Cleveland's messago sent to con gress near tho close of his first admin istration did not contain a discussion of tho principles of tariff reform; It was moroly a protest against tho ac cumulation of tho surplus. Tho whole message might bo condensed...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 August 1902

i-V if Miscellaneous Advertisements. m&MVLAUL9JlJlSAJtAJlAAJV ., ' vr X, ' Y y ooo"ofcortoloofcoJ0(okoo"o aTo. g Groceries. .RANCH. Swales. The Best of AND OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT.... Give Us a Trial Order. Jas. Graham. s 'PHONE 50. YTir8TrrrrTrriTrsT3riY '4 fc j ALLIANCE THE LAUNDRY , v. 2 PROBLEM.... 7 "& Is a perplexing one when & your linen comes back yel- fe vi low, streaked, buttonholes torn, sawtoothed echjes, fc twisted bands but EASILY SOLVED, fc i When you know that the . work of the Alliance Steam . Laundry shows none of these signs of unskilled f4 work. Work guaranteed finish unexcelled. Colored shirts washed without fad i inB fc Nelson, Pierce & Co., fc PROPRIETORSi ? j? J? K K" 8 J? K J? K K" K J" 5" ? tf" B. & .M. Tlmo Table. TIMEJTABLE Alliance, Neb. LINCOLN, DENVER, OMAHA, HELENA, CHICAGO, BUTTE, ST. JOSEPH, SALT LAKE CITY, KANSAS CITY, PORTLAND, ST. LOUIS, SAN FRANCISCO, and all points cast und all points west and south. Tiiains Leave as'I'oixows, ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 August 1902

The News at Hemingford. .KEITH t. PIERCE. REPORTER. Keith L. I'lcrco Is fully authorized to so licit milwcrlpt Ions mid Job work ahd Collect and receipt for same, nnd transact nil oilier business In connection with Ms tKwItlon us an ccrodUtnl roprcsenUtlvo of this paper. B. A M. TIME TABLE. Passenger trains leave llotnlngford, dally, us follows: No. 41. wc8t...fl:J0a.m. I No. 42, cat..3:44 p.m. All regulnr trains carry pnsscnRcrs. Rov. Scnmahorn preached here Sunday. -W. L. Jewell of Lawn was In town "Wednesday. J. 11. Hurlburt of Snako Creek was in town Saturday. Hamilton Hall has a thirteen-pound hoy, born August C. C. A. Unrlew and family spent Sunday with T. L. Hopkins, Br. Mrs. Ellen Hayncs was transacting business in Hemingford Saturday. The Ladles Progressive club will meet with Mrs. Enycart August 10. Mrs. R. E. Johnson spent soveral days this week with Mrs. McCandlcss. May Arnott of Sheridan, Wyo., is visiting with Mary Buslinell this week. Thcro was a missionary .dinner gi...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 15 August 1902

-' '7 Alliance Carnival and Races, October 6, 7, 8 and 9. $4,000 in Purses. The Alliance Herald. 'A" $4SS$sM r.' nwinlti mini iniTinu JL OF BOX BUTTB COUNTY AND ONLY DEMOOnATIO ! PAPER IN THK COUNTY. Wtt MAKE A SPECIALTY : OrHIQH OLABBOOMMM S CIAL PRINTINGS 8PLN- DID PRESSES AND TYPE. S V VOLUME IX. ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1902. NUMBER 34;- x 1 Jk it t IX tt'M,: " n tm?r m 1 1' .VJ 'K3F Groceries. sees : We Want... YOUR TRADE. Let us figure with you on your haying bill. Largest and most com pletc stock of GROCER IES in Northwestern Nebraska. Actually the Lowest price and best Quality. Your trade solicited. Fresh baked goods always on hand. Yours for fair dealing. m Alliance Grocery Co Minnesota High Grade Fancy Patent Flour, "Richelieu. n The, Best Flour on Earth". !Sold Only by... ' LEE ACHESON. Clothing at cost, at the Fair Store. Bargains in Dry Goods, at the Fair Store.- Sheridan coal, Canon lump, nut and Aker's coal V. James. For Sale. House and...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 15 August 1902

. iawise!.iMSaSLS5 Commoner Extracts Prom W. A BLOODTHIRSTY PRESIDENT President Roosevelt in his recent ex temporaneous speech at West Point gave expression to a sentiment which suggests nn Inherent barbarism that will havo to bo taken Into account In weighing his purposes and predicting his futuro course. IIIsnddresson"8lrcn uoub Life," delivered somo three years ago showed that ho gavo to virtue tho ancient rather than the modern definition and placed physical courago nbovo mental greatness and moral worth. But when In his West Point speech ho laid aside all restraint and in nfit of animal enthusiasm said. "A good soldier must not only bo willing to fight; ho must bo anxious to light. I do not want to havo anything to do with him if ho Is not" when ho said this ho turned a light on his inner solf and revealed a moral deformity which must shock such of his friends as aro not wholly carried away with tho bloody and brutal gospol of imperial ism. If a "good soldier" must 1Aj "an xiou...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 15 August 1902

r J- U "" X T I I) MlsoeManeoua Advertisements. teofcoVtofcofeofcofeoofeofcottoMoofcc M& Groceries. RANCH. SuVves . The Best . of iverything "jl u o AND OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT.... ive Us a Trial Order. Jas. Graham. 'PHONE 50. irrrrsiriYrvreTOYSYrrrrri's? (aFJw fcj O O v 5 w W V aV v O ? w v w P 5 ALLIANCE U I vuUV CJC v V S THE LAUNDRY . PROBLEM.... Is a perplexing one when your linen comes back yel low, streaked, buttonholes torn, sawtoothed edges, twisted bands but EASILY SOLVED, When you know that the work of the Alliance Steam Laundry shows none of these signs of unskilled work. Work guaranteed finish unexcelled. Colored shirts washed without fad ing Nelson, Pierce & Co., PROPRIETORS! HOjC'tf'SPK'sOjrtf'tf'K'K'tf'jCtf'jfU B. &M. Tlmo Tabic. TIMETABLE Alliance, Neb. LINCOLN, DENVER, OMAHA, HELENA, CHICAGO, BUTTE, ST. JOSEPH, SALT LAKE CITY, KANSAS CITY, PORTLAND, ST. LOUIS, SAN FRANCISCO, and all points cast and all points west and south. Thains Leave as Follows, Mounta...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 15 August 1902

' " ' i 1 -: . i 1 11 1 1 1 mr1 if t i I i if ave 'Mxaxvcfc '&&T&V&. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. OfflclQl Publication of Box Butte County. T. J. O'KEEFC. JAMEB WILCOX, EDITORS. (Htitcrcd iittlio PostQfllco nt Alliance. Nebraska, us Secoml-OltiM Mall Matter. DTtB OF SUBSCRIPTION. or-rfar (lit udvancH fl.&O 1 Thrcq months........ Vlont; Blxnnmllm 73Sampioeopioiireewiaiiyniiuns KIT AiUortlMui; wlci rondo known on application The City of Alliance. Alliance I n thriving, pushing, growing Ilttlo city of 3M0 soiiIh, with ii future full of pitimlso-lnrtwd, no blight Is tlio outlook, It Is freely predicted thnt within five years It will linroii popula tion of from Bnoo to 8000. In nil of North wcM Nqbraska there l no town, In point of imputation und volume of business, thnt enn approach IU It railroad facilities nro the best, licing located on the main lino of tho groat Burlington and Missouri Hlver railroad systomj und lis schools und churches are not surpassed any where. It...

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. — 15 August 1902

. w . .' fh , . t r t &. if r "SdauWs ADavi o 5XxiVvVxv... . "? raAu Teddy. He smote the haughty Spaniard, and he smote him hip and thigh, He charged the heights of San Juan hill and made the Spanish fly; He broke the bucking broncho and sub dued him to his wilt, And whole trainloads of catamounts he slew with wondrous skill. From east to west he strutted on, he posed from north to south, And of the life called strenuous ho prated with his mouth. He talked of "deeds, not words," and said he'd shackle cunning tight, Hut trusts knew well they had him, and they knew they had him right. They let him prate and work his mouth from dawn till dewy eve, And knew full well they had a cinch and and never stopped to grievo. When Teddy reared straight up and swore he'd put 'em in a box, The trust just winked the other eye and pinned their faith on Knox. And Morgan, Schwab, and Hill and Gates, and all the blooming push Know that a Teddy well in hand beats sneaking through the bush. And so the...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 15 August 1902

' lira h he iff IPLAYEDTJB&LAE WJT HE DID IT INNOCENTLY AND. . DID IT ARTISTICALLY A8 WELL, irk rUnilblo Scheme br Which tfe Eipert Wai Fooled nnd Uaed Vr Trio of KotorloBD Cnakimcn t Set Their risnder. SHE GOT A SEAT. Bet To tlio mah whose Bhlnglo bears the Inscription "Safe Expert" and whoso Mttlo Bbjp, not far from tbo great dry goods district, contnluB a full assort tcient of iinnlotnontB for tbo forcible opening of safes, tbo writer said, "Would you bo well qualified to play tbo burglar?" "Yes," said tbo llttlo keen eyed man, tanning bis Angers through bis scant hair reflectively. "I once did olny burglar. In fact, I played tbo Btar role In a safo cracking enterprise. I was tbo Innocent means by wblcb a whole Mia house was robbed of several thou sand dollars which bad been taken in too late In the day to bo banked. "I was in business then in another dty. I was sitting smoking at my hop door about 8 o'clock ono ovcnlng when a messenger boy camo wltb n HOto on tbo letter pape...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 15 August 1902

1 1 ,Jr , , , , , 'HE if I If V 1 r t ft. .3 k.'' , f ft k, - Prf-m , ELATED UUBGLAK MIT HE DID IT INNOCENTLY AND. DID IT ARTISTICALLY A8 WELL rinaalble Scheme tor Which a Sf Expert IVna Fooled nnd Ued r Trie of Hotorlona Craekimen Get lit Thetr Plunder. To tbo man whoso eblnglo bears tbc tescrlptlon "Safe Expert" and whoso Httlo Bbpp, not far from tbo great dry roods district, contains a full nBsort- Baent of implements for tbo forcible opening of Bafos, tbo writer said, "Would you bo veil qualified to play tbo burglar?" "Yes," said tbo little keen eyed man, running bla Angers through bis scant balr reflectively. "I onco did play burglar. In fact, I played tbo star rolo In a safe cracking enterprise. I was tho Innocent means by which a whole. Bala bQUso was robbed of several thou sand dollars which bad been taken In too late In tbo day to bo banked. :'I was in business then In another city. I was sitting smoking at my shop door about 8 o'clock ono evening when a messenger boy camo ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 15 August 1902

SW ta i ) Jl to '..i . r tft &3 y" ior V. '" r KING ISCROWNED Placed at last on the head of the ruler. EDWARD BEARS UP GRANDLY After Coronation Experiences but Lit tie Fatigue Attends Religious Serv ices with the Queen A Grand Gala Time. LONDON, Aug, 11. The king was crowned nt 12 o'clock on Saturday. The news of tho crowning was an nounced by an official outside tho ab bey. It was repeated by signal through London and was received with cheers, which spread throughout tho stands and crowds far ud tho street, as the bells peeled joyfully. Tho queen was crowned at 12:60 p. m. Yesterday (Sunday) tho festivities were continued In London. There were considerable crowds almost all day long In tho vicinity of Bucking ham palaco and along the route of yesterday's procession viewing tho dec orations and watching tho flow of uo tablo personages to and from the vari ous thanksgiving services. In the evening the Canadian arch, which Is an exceptional novelty for Sunday, was brilliantly illu...

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