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Tbe Ravtow raeetose tba tot* repert ef The international Newe Servlee, gtotog tte news of the enttie world tte eame day. ' 0£r- t_ AND LEADER . WM Weather; Generally- cloudy tonight. Thuraday Winner; probably local ralna ta wnt - portion. Barometer 2S.50 Indicating fair; temperature St] cloudy. iiSsi! VQJL^XVm, NO. 160. AIXIANCE, OHIOs W«DNESDAY>1IARCH 39,1916. TW0CENT& SPECIAL BDND ELECTION WILL BE HEIDI $75,000 issqe for School Additions May Be Voted on i^kpril25 PART OF ISSUE TO SETTLE A DEFICIT Solicitor Suggests Way to Get Funds lor the Free Library Aa adjourned meeting of the elty board of. education was held in the high achool building Tuesday night with all members present, also City Solicitor Arthur Morris. Custodian Strlckler gave his report. Stating that the mandamus order ot the atate board regarding changes in school buildings am preventatives agates! fire had been compiled with end the clerk was Instructed to so notify the atate hoard. He reported that L. H. Masters had been secured es Janitor tor teftflpg No. IL ||| School Enrollment to 3,897. ' The report of Superintendent B. F. Stanton wae submitted by him giving the total enrollment tor tte year as 3.597 pupils, 1308 boys and 1,789 girls. He advised tte beard to take Immediate action for e sanitary sewer for building No, 11: He related tte visit ot Dr. Haines to Alliance schools aad the benefits accruing from tbe vtaits. He read the report ot the truant officer, then stated he would resign the balance of bis time tor e discussion, ef the library conditions. Te Provide Library Funds. City Solicitor Morris was called upon to slate to tte board bow funds for the support of the library could be secured, tpWnttor MqjrrB stated tbere were two -tonynt One was that named by htm In a written report Seme time ago; go Into court nnd get en order .to transfer from the eon* itegent tond tor tte support of the .library and 'the other- to constitute the librarian and assistants, teachers ea a regular salary as such, receive rental tor tbe basement ot .the library building aa a school room and from these sources hiti*•*****? the library. If the contingent fund ahonld.be exhausted le this way, borrow money tm replenish the fund. Ia either way tte library could be kept open and sustained. The question was referred to the city .solicitor to proceed to Investigate tte rulings of courts on tbe flrst proposition aad report to the board. It was stated lt will re* Scire Sheet $180 per month for tte SSport ef the library and that there about enough money ln the fund to'tost <me month. Debt ef Board. Regarding the condition of finances Mr school purposes it wsa stated et the close of tte present year there will he a deficit of about 810,000 which ton been accumulating for tte peat three yean, ead there appeared ne relief other than a bend lame to lift tte debt Tina came the quest ion of the needs ef the board tor building purposes. It was stated tbe bdnd issue of $100,- d00 Set buildings tolls short ot re* qnlremonts $60,000 and tied the high school addition to net comprehended to thte. The question ot enother band Issue wss then taken ea aad discussed. Tbe board was unanimous bi tbe opinion a bond issue would be necessary but tor whet amount, there wee a variance ta opinions. $75,000 Bond Issue. After the question ot tbe urgent needs of the board tor mere money bad been tolly discussed lt was de- elded that $75,000 would relieve tte Bituatlon and to secure this it was rot ed to bald e special election, piuUKWy .April 85, ea the question of a bond : tasue of $75,000 tor tte see of tte hoard, te cancel the present Indebted 'ness, ead to greride funds for completing additions to school buildings Some ISlBfiiiBl dlannssssas relating to boilers, bearing appliances aad ether minor questions followed during tte dosing momenta ot tbe see* alon. J_M [Wm t |H«BBEeil|B_PBICE8 Chaneos to Be effective ee ead After Saturday, April tot, Are Noted. Saturday, April let, marts tte go- tog hale eifeot of several changes la the price ot harboring work ta Alli- aaoe. After that date comb-back hair esto am to oost SO cents. Massage where the electrical devteto are east wtU cost $5 cento but the regular hand massage will remain at 86 oeata as at yes ent. Hair cutting tax children under 18 year* ot ege, ou Saturday* will cost 86 cents. An opinion appear, te be current ttat a relae to to be made on ordinary hair eats lit this to Incorrect Tbe regular hair cuts win cost 86 omits. Laborers Strike For Higher Pay; ; Work Is Halted About 186 mea employed as laborers by th. Samuel Austin A Seat oom* pany, which firm to erecting some new buildings tor tte Morgan Engineering company, quit work Wednesday morning after making a demand tor tones pay. The mea, most of whom are foreigners, were receiving 22 1-1 cents per boar aad are asking tor 86 cente per bear. Wsdaesday afternoon tt wea stated that the demand had not been granted aad thet the work waa tied up to some extent by the walkout. Whether some adjustment of tbe difference*, ean be made to not known et ttto time hSSll wJP VOU WANT TO LAUOH, HEAR r*aOTTU» SUNSHINE** AT PRE*. OHURCH, WEDNESDAY BtOS P. M„ FRES. sSr, GARBAGE PICT IS Board of Health Favors Releasing Company From Terms of Franchise A called session et tte Alliance Board of Health was beld, Tuesday evening; wltb. Mayor Westover pre* siding and Members Hassett, Rickard and McCredie present, the per peee of the meeting being to further consider the garbage question aad take action thereon, ^gP? Upon motion of Mr, Rlckard, seconded by Mr. Hassett, a resolution was passed which wlH seleesii the Sanitary Service Company from lis contract wfth tte city for handbag Sep garbage of the city. Tbe reaolutlon as paaaed reads sa follows: Owing to dissatisfaction and the amount of complaint heaped upon Mr. Standing, ot the Sanitary Service Company, and the censure of him having tte exclusive contract from the city tor the removal of garbage, he has expressed a willingness and e desire to surrender Ms oontreet and be relieved ef eae further liability. Therefore, we the Board ef Health li iipjallig the same to be true feel that the request should be granted and tlmt power to cancel same bo left to the president ead'clerk of said board. It wIS now be up to the Board of Health to at once make some arrangement whereby the garbage of the etty will be property handled, but Just ehat action will he tntefasen aot be announced at this time. It to understood that the Sanitary Servlee Company will Mr a time at least, continue wltt tte work. - With warm weather near at hand it to imperative that arrangements be completed without delay for .handling the garbage. m$& Are Made le Divorce Petition riled by an Alliance Woman. Canton, 0„ March 28.—(Special)—. Alleging ttet bet husband frequently weat eat riding with ether women and that he hae beaten end struck ber until sbe to to constant tear of bodily harm, Afro. Frances Grimes Wednesday brought suit far divorce trom M. 8. QI tas sa, She says they were married to Alllanoe ta 1889. Sbe charges htm with gross neglect et duty, extreme cruelty and Infidelity. Morris and Geiger, et Alliance, are bar et* torneys- Ansittypirc | the twenty-ninth annual sealing of East Ohto branch of tte Woman's Missionary association ot the United IBisllii nu church will he held in tte first U. B. church. Akron, Wednesday and Thuraday, April 6 aed 8. Addresses wOl be given by Rev. Rl 3. Pace, who haa spent 12 years as e missionary te the Philippine islands; Rev. E. M. Harsh, superintendent ot tbe missionary work of tte church ta Africa; Her. J. 8. Pstotoll et Dayton, and IBM. L. H. LtotseU ot Mifflns- burg, Pa. Tte W. M. A. quartet of Caatoa u. a. church wiu sing ea Wrdesadap evening. Officers ef the hrsaSh ara: Preel- dent, Mrs, Ita. Wilhelm, Canton; first viae president, Mra. P. M. Camp. Caaton; aecond rlee president, Mra. H. B. Slusser. Akron; secretary. Mra, W. H. ABdersnn. Akron; uaaeurer. Mrs. B. P. Oritee, Barberton; secretary ef Otterbein gullda, Mrs. F. X Dayton, Baihsttaai hbaai story et literature, Mrs, S. a Kanttmsa, Pott; ssnrotalT of thank offering; hire. LMa M. Weat, SmithvtUe uynicE AH members af John C. Fremont Met O. A. tt. tn masstod to meet at eer ban Friday, aaareb tbrt. et i o'elock sharp to take ear tor tbe etary to attend tte funeral et William Matt. _. A. MATTOCKS, dead. HUT WILL I PLEA USED TO i WAITE AUTOMOBILE INSURE WITH HAZZAAO. Accused Dentist's Friends Saya His Mind is Very Much Distorted INVENTED PLOT TO GET PECK FORTUNE X-Ray Machine, Improperly Used, May Have Caused Mental Abberation 40 Passengers Injured Near Amherst, Ohio Whenm (Trams Meet In Darkness; Failed To See Signals fUSSOCMTIDN Nine Directors are Selected For Alliance's Latest Organization International Nawa BstMss. New Tork, March 28.—That insanity wtll be the defense plea of Dr. Arthur Warren Walte, who to nhagpd with tbe murder of hto millionaire tother-ln-law, John BL Peek Of Grand Rapids, was strongly Indicated today. Following the admission by Watte ttet he had killed Mrs. Peck as well aa her husband, being Impelled to the double deed by "a aaaa from Egypt," friends ot the accused said that Waite's mind had 'become distorted through tte use ot pee erf ul violet rays. Dr. Walte bought e $1,200 apparatus tor tbe administering ot violet rays and Isetalled it to his homo tor treatment The action of thto powerful ageesy being poorly and unscientifically administered had serious effect on tte brain tissue.. Friends ot the accused maa said that Walte had decided upon violet ray treatment to overcome obesity ead to build up bto nervous system. Waite's plot to secure the Peck tor tune, bia friends say, was first con- ceived when his mind became unbalanced through the use ot thcvlolet rays- L The Strange numta! conceptions of Walte act forth imhls latest confession in iitoJJU Iff IttSht Sliii groundwork; fer til defense when the trial Walte told of having two souls, one good and one bad. The had soul, be said, was Inspired to black deeds by tte man from Egypt, The sua from Egypt was a sinister spirit that had eome down out of tbe mystery ot the WaS a the Pyramids and strive ee he could, he could not overcome its domination. ff2j£ tbe story was fantastic, but Wblto told tt in a straightforward manner as though be believed every word was the truth. IB the same statement, Walte gave -information which led detectives to begin a search for Eugene O. Kane, ea embalmer, and tte maa who prepared htr. Peck's body fer burial. On Ida return from tbe Peck funeral to Grand Rapids, Waite said, he realised thet aa Investigation might be matte fchich would reveal the presence of arsenic ln the body. Consequently, ha went to Kane and offered him a bribe ot 89.000 ht he would swear he used arsenic to. the em^'mlng fluid. Kane accepted the money and even prepared a sample of em balmlng fluid iHHitalntng arsenic to be produced lt necessary. Mrs. Kane, when told, ef Waite's charge against her husband, indignantly denied it. "I know he eeuld never do anything Use thet," she declared. District Attorney Swann already bas begun te take steps to hi toll t ea insanity alee by Waite. SAMUEL DJGUS DEAD Well Known Alliance Resident Wed et Staric County Infirmary. Word bas Juat been reoelved to tbe etty of the death, et the Stark County Infirmary, of Samuel Douglas, which occurred March 8th aad was dee to sn attack of pneumonia- Mr. Douglas was sent to tte ia- flrmary March Syd by the Lexington township Ugalena aad at tte time hto condition warn considered very aerious. The records ot tte trustees show that the dSBsesnl waa bora at New Brighton, Pa, 84 yeara age and bad beea a resident ef dlrtoaos lor e period of 82 years. His nearest relative to recorded aa Cornelius Douglas, who to now at the Sandusky Soldiers' home. Tha deceased wee well known ee e local pointer. Burial wae made et the infirmary cemetery. -..-, LOCAL PIANO SUIT. Canton. O, Maroh 28.—(Special)— A verdict tor 2383.78 in favor of tte Klein ead Heffleman Company, ef ttto city, against Frank Crook eea returned by e Sexy ta Oommon Pleas Jttdge Day's court. The sniueat sued Car wee alleged to be dee oa a piano. J. W. Cratoe wee bIIhh-j tor the plaintiff aad Diehl aad Brown and V. L. Fishel, of AUIance, tepresented Crook. DEBATE ON PREPAREDNESS. The Men's class-* ot tho Flrat Prea- byteriaa churcb held a debate ee "PreparedaeM" at tte church Tuesday watt, AftasjM debate which wee e eery totareattag one, S_>Bactol time waa eatoyed and eatreehmsets The AUIaaee Automobile association waa formally organised Tneaday evening with a membership ot 188. The meeting Wig held to the Cham ber of Commerce rooms to tbe city heading ead wss presided over by Frank K- Fetter, aa temporary chairman aad G. H. Bleleh eeeretary. Tbe committee named et a preliminary meeting to draft a constitution snd by-laws reported sad their report was adopted with het little change. The constitution provides for tte election ef n board of nine directors ead tte following were elected:; Frank K. Fettera, C. C. Mummert, W. H. Ramsey, Glen Aikens, T. J. Mulr, Lemotto Smith, G. K. Prltchard, Walter Heiss and F. W. Wheat These will meet Wednesday night and elect e president, vice president, secretary and treasurer, also delegates to tbe state association convention to be held st Akron Mareh 31-April 1. Fred H. Caley, secretary ef- tte State Automobile association, was present and made a very Interesting talk dealing with public road Improvements, proposed laws regarding tbe compelling of all vehicles to carry lights conspicuously displayed atter nightfall, the high aad increasing cost of gasoline and to fact each detail that to Of Interest to auto owners. The rooms were overcrowded Wttt members. The -membership will be Increased lt to predicted to at least 800. WAS VETERAN OE WE Ml 110 Op THO Mrs. Amy Wood-Hamlin Died Last Night at limaville Home Mrs. Amy Wood-Hamlin, one of tbe best known aged woman of this section ot the state, died very suddenly Tuesday night at 10. o'clock from heart trouble at her home ta Limaville, her age being 88 years. Throughout the day aed twenty minutes before bar death ahe bad beea to biff usual health aad ber passing came ae a shock te the people ef the village aad community. Deeeeaed wha born la Ironton, O., April 10, 1881, a daughter ef WUllam and Emeline Brush. She-waa twloe married, her flrat husband being Levi Woods, te dying to 1887. Bar aecond marriage was with Alex Hamlin, Mr. Hamlin's death occurring about one year age, April 21, 1818. Moat of tte long ttto of deeeeaed wee passed In tbto Immediate community, tte residence for more than half a century being on the old homestead farm on Beech Creek, three miles northwest Of Alliance.' Mra. Hamlin was long a member of tte United Brethren chnrch att Lima- *Hle, ead e woman et tree christian character and spirit aad no one was greater esteemed and respected. Her -friends were legion aad all bad a kindly word tor Mother Hamlin Of ber parental family, she le tte laat surviving amahui. Of ter former marriage ten children were bore, those surviving tbe mother being Sherman Wood of Los Angeles, Cal., ——-mm Wood of "Marlboro, Albert Weed et *¥ft—r-. Walter Wood ef Cleveland, Mn. Levenla Mowaa ef TdPtoilBe, Mra. Hattle Black of Dexter, Iowa, aad Mrs. Luella Burger of South Haven, Mich.. Frank Wood of Limaville. a stop nan, ead Mra. Lola Blaok of Pittsburgh, a step-daughter. No children were torn ef tbe second marriage union. A torse aamber et grandchildren sad greet grandchildren aloo mourn ter departure. Funeral servtoes win he held Friday trom the M. E. churcb la lima, villa at te o'clock a so. standard time Burial will be made ta Alllaaee cemetery. Get your ■■*»■" »»#■, Jttotfl by Taber Been Paint shop 2nd floor ef Ideal Gareae Prices rwaseashlu Both phonse. CaB Idas! u<toiagu, South Arch St, AUiancc Qs^&S OHIO ELECTRIC SWEEPERS, S28 ead 830. Ftor sole or hire, lean trial. CaB 60S-R Bell; 4886 (toto State. WANTED Boy to learn baking trade Sever* Bakery. . „ fflfil HEAR JUDGE FARR TONIGHT. Men's Club, Oaten Ave. Church. William P. Rush Passes Away at Age of Over Four Score Years. WiUtom P. Rush, aged 18 years, a veteran ot the clvU war, died at the hdme of his daughter, Mrs. John Vig- aoa, 861 East Patterson etreet, et S:48 o'clock Tueeday night, death betag due to dropgy and asthma For halt a century or more te bad been a rest- dent ef AUIance. Mr. Rett waa a cooper and plast* erer by trade, for years when the coopering Industry occupied a prominent place locally, conducted a shop on North Park street, hto place of .business being readily recalled by the older people of tte etty- Following the passing of this trade te took up ttet of a plasterer. For some yeara te bad been retired. Deoeased was horn at Zanesvllle, March 16, 1834. At tte beginning of the civil war' he enlisted In the sere- toe of his country, being a member of the Thirteenth O. V. I. nnd serving throughout that memorable struggle. Surviving ate three children, Jatoee Rush and Mra. Mary Young et Zanesvllle and Mra. Ella Yignos of AUIance. Edgar Jones of AUIance to n step-son. There are also living tide teen grandchildren and ten great grandchildren, one brother, Eugene Rush, ot Zanesvllle, also survives. Funeral services wiU he held Friday afternoon at 1:80 o'clock et tte Alliance cemetery chapel and wiU be in charge of the G. A R. of which te was a member.; .Burial wilt be made in AUIance cemetery. Friends may eaU at the home, 861 East Patterson street, any time Thuraday afternoon and evening. Twentieth Century Limitett^m Plows Into Wreckage; State ^and Federal Probes Ordered Wreck, Wont in Yean, Is Blamed by New York Central Railroad Officials on Engineer of Second Section ef Eastbound Express, Who Disregarded Signal or Failed to See It—Mary Pickford and Ella Hall; Failed to See It—Ella Hall Movie Star, on Board Limited, Bnt Escapes Serious Injury. T11EEI. SEEK GO. ROAD WORK Alliance - Lexington Road One of Two Thoroughfares to Be Paved Canton, O., Mareh 88, special.- Representatives of thirteen road contracting firms crowded the Stars: eounty commissioners' office Wedneeday when the commissioners opened tte bids for tte uuntoeuto to Improve tte Cairo-HartvlUe and the Alliance- Lexington reads. As soon eg- tte various bids were read their tabulation waa commenced hy Deputy County Highway Superintendent Tinkler and Clerk Schick of the commissioners' board. 4|P' Highway Superintendent Slckafoose said Wednesday atter the bide bad been read, that tbey would com- Bare very wall wtth tte bida tmx the Catoo-Hartvllle road Job received by the commissioners last fall whea It waa found necessary to throw ett bids out. Cairo-Hartville reed Job would be below tbe estimated cost, 8124,080. The tabulation of tte bids probably will be completed late Wednesday or Thursday, It eae said. Ot the IbfTt—Q> bids, nine were ea tte Cairo-HartvlUe read seal va nt aad tour on the Alltance-Ld-lngton highway contract Mr. Slckafoose sold be hollered eome of tte hide ef tbe Alliance-Lexington job would he above S|i countyto eetlmato. Theee were tear Caaton bidden tor tte Cairo-HartvOle reed Jeb. Tbey were Turnbull Brothers, tte Hahn Construction Company, Smith ead KrablU ead Berry Corl. Other bidden for ttto Job were Philip Dief- fenbeeher and Sons of Massillon, M F. Gonley and eea, aai- tte Schilling Construction Co. ef Toungstowa, Ward, Miller eat MeCoy of Wheel- lag. W. Ve., ead Uto ead Loweneohn, a Ravenna. The bidden on the Alliance-Lexington reed contract, whleh nolle fer macadam, were R. C. Rouah ot Mag- nolla, Setple end Wolf ot Toledo, 3. O, Devlne and Company ot Alliance aad tte Highway Construction Co. ed Elyria. POR RENT—FARMING LAND—80 ACRES JUST NORTH OF ALU* ANCE CLAY PRODUCT CO. INQUIRE W. A. HOILES OR R. C. HOILES, . a . WANTED: OIRLS TO LEARN DECORATINO: OOOO WAGES; STEADY EMPLOYMENT. SEBRING POTTERY aa. SEBRING, O. Bailey's Dancing School Party for students' class Fri. S to 11 o'clock; orchestra; expense 60e each. 0016 TOWER N. Y. C. Head Says Men Un« thinkingly Set Signal Halting Train NEAR HAPPY STEVENS Slag at Veaderhar'e dsaee Thunday mSsa. pOslft Federal Prate to Orderad* International Stew. Sai ilea, Washington, D. C.. Mareh. 29.—Tte Interstate Commence Commission wfll make e thorough lnveetlgation ef the fatal Mee* Tork Central wreck at Amherst. O., early today. H.W.Belknap, chief of tte commission's division of safety, win leave for tte scene ttto afternoon. He wtU have charge ot the Investigation. George S. EUto, safety agent at Chicago met H. A Med dam, Pittsburgh agent, already have toft tor Amherst. Company Blmnee SaeswS Engineer. International New. Servloe. New Tork. March SS.—Tbe New Tork Central offices here tossed a statement at beea teat the wreck et Amherst, O., early today to which over tt panose were killed, apparently wae caused by tte engineer of the second section et train Ito. M disregarding signals. International 3t... Seryle.. - _ Cleveland. O- Martfh 28.—With 17 mangled bodies ta uiaignas at Am- (Continued en page nine.) Cleveland, O., March 29.—At least thirty were kitted—the enact total may not be known until nightfall—and more than forty injured in the wreck early today of three of the New York Central's crack passenger trains, one of them the Twentieth Century Limited, e mile west of Amhentt,' Twenty-five bodies had been taken out at noon and five mora were known to be in tile debris. When the total of dead aad injured is finally ascertained, tha Wrack will surpass in its horrible cost of life and limb even the wrack of tile Twentieth Century Limited at Mentor, back in 1904, when the famous train piled into s freight train on its second trip on the New York-Chicago eighteen-hour run. While none of the Twentieth "<"*i'»*i.,»i>wM»iw»MwwMewi.wri Century psssengere ara known to have been killed or even seriously injured and hs engineer and fireman escaped practically without hurts, it was this train' that was responsible for most of the dead. The New York Central road in this division is equipped with the latest ^bd most proficient block system of, interlocking switches and signals and has been almost wholly free from serious accidents for a period of four or.five years. |_fi___i|^^^ The wreck was one of those rarest of railway accidents—not one collision bet two, involving three trains on two tracks^ When the half dosen Investigations already under way are concluded, the blame wiU be fixed on some luckless railroad employe. A block signal, set suddenly and without warning against a train speeding along eastward witt another train following in the next "Wock," lies at tte bottom of the doubt that exists today as to the real cause of the wreck. Thain 86 was known as tte Pitto- burgh-Baltlmore-Buffalo limited, a flyer which made tte trip from Chicago to BalUmore ln thirteen hours and thlrty-flve minutes. Tbe train carried deeping cooohss trom Chicago to Pittsburg and Buffalo aad took on a sleeper at Cleveland for tpafalo. . It carried a diner from Chicago to Pittsburgh, aad was known aa eae of tte finest trains oa fbe New Tori. Oentral lines. The flyer wea split toto two eecttons ttto morning because ef uausually heavy traffic, and thto splitting of the train indirectly caused tte wreck. A well known moving picture star. Btta HaU, eas oa hoard tte Tweallslh Century returning from Mew York elty, where they bad attended tte Moren-WiUard prise tight Jaat Saturday night, to tbelr studios on tte coast They got ont and worked with tte reseuera, giving flrat aid treatment to tte Injured, bandaging wounds aad stanching tte bleeding arms, heeds ead legs of tte unfortunate passengers as men dragged them from tte wreckage ef No. 86, tte ill-toted train. Both atom were shaken up. Their ear toss thrown from the trucks. Bile Hall to known to miUtons aa the churning Utile heroine who plays wltt Robert Leonard to Universal films. Mary TISIfiMil Is tte higteet salaried woman le the Mans. Child Bern After Wrack. Amherst physicians reported that Mn. Msry Matoton, Indianapolis, one of the passengers who escaped unharmed, gave birth to a chUd In one Of tte Ssy coaches immediately after tte accident. tntarnattonat tovma Service. Clevelaad, O- March 29.—A slip-up on the pert of a dozing tower man is to blame tor tte billing of thirty and the metaling and Injuring ot forty othen near Amherst early today, A. S. Ingalls, general superintendent of the New York Central, decided thto afternoon. Ingalls with la A Robinson, general passenger agent, and Daniel Mo- Bane, superintendent of motive power, held the mechanical equipment ot the signal system faultless. "My teety Inquiry shows plainly that th. *l.epy tower men le directly (Mponslble tor tte wrack," declared Ingalls. "The feet ttet " tte tower men'e wife gave birth to e child Sunday night and ttet tte tower men ted .Ince been without aleep, etthsr mi duty or •Ittlng ap with hto wife, la sn added factor. ' ||| "Had tte flrat eeetlon been el- towed to prooeed on Ito way tho ' accident would net have ooourred. Tte eheneee ara tte towermen wes dozing, unthinkingly he set tte signal, tte flrat Motion stopped abort—the net to known new." UNCLE OF ALLIANCE M MAN WRECK VICTIM John Smith, of Bellevue, O. wbo met death la tte crash ef three crack New York Central railroad trains at Amherat this morning was an uncle of Edwin C. Smith, an Bast Mate street barber. m IMmFKNL The funeral services ot Miss Lnle Wanamaker will be conducted et the home. No. Ttt South linden avenue, Thuraday at 11 a. ae. ta charge ef Ber. McCsrty ef the Pint Methodist church. Burial wfll te made In tte AUIaaee aswetary. Friends may view the remains this evening tetntoBB the houro of 7 end 8 o'clock. C. III NOTICE The membera ef Joha C. Fremont Pest Me TM, O. A B., are raqeeeted to asset at the O. A B. ball Friday evening, Maroh 81st at 7 p. au to go to a body to tbe flrat Presbyterian church to attend a lecture "Entitled 8am" 3. A. MATTICKS. K. OP P. NOTICE MEMBBOS ARE REQUESTED TO MEET AT CASTLE NALL TONIGHT TO ARRANOE FOR FUNERAL OF BRO. C. fl. MURPHY. I WANTRD: BOYS TO LEARN FACKIISSj OOOO WAOES; STEADY EMPLOYMENT. SEBRIMO TENY Ott, SEBRINO, O. II BOTTLED SUNSHINE; PRES. OHURCH. WSB, SlAO P. M., FREE.
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1916-03-29|
Stark County (Ohio)
Mahoning County (Ohio)
|Date of Original||March 29, 1916|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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Tbe Ravtow raeetose tba tot* repert
ef The international Newe Servlee,
gtotog tte news of the enttie world
tte eame day. ' 0£r-
t_ AND LEADER . WM
Weather; Generally- cloudy tonight.
Thuraday Winner; probably local
ralna ta wnt - portion. Barometer
2S.50 Indicating fair; temperature St]
VQJL^XVm, NO. 160.
AIXIANCE, OHIOs W«DNESDAY>1IARCH 39,1916.
$75,000 issqe for School Additions May Be Voted on
PART OF ISSUE TO
SETTLE A DEFICIT
Solicitor Suggests Way to
Get Funds lor the
Aa adjourned meeting of the elty
board of. education was held in the
high achool building Tuesday night
with all members present, also City
Solicitor Arthur Morris.
Custodian Strlckler gave his report.
Stating that the mandamus order ot
the atate board regarding changes in
school buildings am preventatives
agates! fire had been compiled with
end the clerk was Instructed to so
notify the atate hoard. He reported
that L. H. Masters had been secured
es Janitor tor teftflpg No. IL |||
School Enrollment to 3,897.
' The report of Superintendent B. F.
Stanton wae submitted by him giving the total enrollment tor tte year
as 3.597 pupils, 1308 boys and 1,789
girls. He advised tte beard to take
Immediate action for e sanitary sewer for building No, 11: He related
tte visit ot Dr. Haines to Alliance
schools aad the benefits accruing from
tbe vtaits. He read the report ot the
truant officer, then stated he would
resign the balance of bis time tor e
discussion, ef the library conditions.
Te Provide Library Funds.
City Solicitor Morris was called
upon to slate to tte board bow funds
for the support of the library could
be secured, tpWnttor MqjrrB stated
tbere were two -tonynt One was that
named by htm In a written report
Seme time ago; go Into court nnd get
en order .to transfer from the eon*
itegent tond tor tte support of the
.library and 'the other- to constitute
the librarian and assistants, teachers
ea a regular salary as such, receive
rental tor tbe basement ot .the library
building aa a school room and from
these sources hiti*•*****? the library.
If the contingent fund ahonld.be exhausted le this way, borrow money
tm replenish the fund. Ia either way
tte library could be kept open and
sustained. The question was referred to the city .solicitor to proceed to
Investigate tte rulings of courts on
tbe flrst proposition aad report to
the board. It was stated lt will re*
Scire Sheet $180 per month for tte
SSport ef the library and that there
about enough money ln the fund