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1 mi\rsKw^tmAmk_^ ^^^^^~ !■■ Buy Thrift and War Savings M Ito Stamps and help win the wsr. ssi *A Alllance'e quota for 191* le Ml I* $400,OC<_ tea THE ALLIANCE REYIEW r<l|-«KiKqaK_inMn>3 ■a »s to WEATHER: Pair tonight cad «S| fc; Tuesday except shower's near to Ka tho lake. Baroaie.rr 29:60 li- ** Ka dilating fair; Irmper&ture 70 Bt Rh al 10 a. m., clear. "t-i AND LEADER VOL. XXX., NO. 234. TEN PAGES ALLIANCE. OHIQ.V MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1918. TWO CENTS-DELIVERED 12c A WEEK GERMAN SUBMARINES SINK THREE SHIPS OFF U. S. COAST BETWEEN THE MARNE IND * OURCQ;tUtiUIGROUND Gallant Troops of France Check Kaiser's Hordes in Valiant Fighting Along Road That Runs From Chau- teau Thierry to Paris—Assaults of the Germans Are Broken Up By Heavy Fire of the Gauls—Foch Hits Back Savagely and Allied Line Is Advanced—Heavy Fighting Along the Line With Troops of Foch Successful. (BT ASSOCIATED PRESS TO THE REVIEW.) Tba Germans have carried their submarine warfare to American shores and are attacking and sinking shipping off the American Atlantic coast. Submarine attacks wera reported this morning on vessels off the New jersey shore and a number of craft are known to hava been sunk, as many as fifteen, according to one report. The German rush towards Paris between the rivers Marne and Curcq was halted last night according to today's official statement trom Paris. French troops stood their gro_nd firmly at the point of greatest impact near Aa Marne and counter attacks drove back Aa enemy ia other sections of the battlefield ia tbe northwest. ,M Toe main force of tbe German blow waa directed along the road m_- tbat runs from Chateau Thierry to Paris. The French met it astride * that road to the southeast of Bouresches within less than two miles of tba fiver and broke the assault by their heavy fire. Heavy fighting continued all night along the whole front northwestward to the Ourcq, a distance of about 15 miles, the French driving home numerous counter attacks with the result that tha Germans were forced to give ground at several points. Prisoners by the hundred were taken by tbe French who likewise cut the .Germans up severely during the various engagements. Apparently the Germans made F Baccalaureate Sermon by Rev. W. W. Kirby of Friends Church. SERVICES WERE LARGELY ATTENDED *s\m BO further progress during the night in other sectors, either on tbe other side of Chateau-Thierry, along the Marne and to the northeast, or in the Soissons and Noyon regions to the north, as the French are reported holding their positions firmly. Witb the exception Of a gala Ot some ground by tke British on the northern side of the Flandws salient there have been no events of moment recorded on the other parts ot the front Bitterly defending every barrier in the enemy's path, the French resist ance on the western side of the Aisne salient ts increasing. Sunday apparently was the poorest day tba Oerman advance has had since the offensive was renewed a week ago to- *ey. Although able to push baek the French line between Soissons and Noyon the Germans hav been unable to break tt and while continuing their trong .attacks there, are maklnr ost violent attempts from the Uae the Marae to the north of Ourcq. „_e Intention probably Is to outflank the northern sector by forcing baek the sectlr south ot Soissons to west tl Vlllere-Cotterets. Heavy fighting continued all day Sunday east of Villers-Cotterets and the forest of the same name east of the town. Kale Saturday Uw French bad retaken four towns la this region. Under enemy pressure the French again were compelled to give AA Fave-rolles. about three miles southeast At Vlllers- Cotterets. - _«t*iT"lng the initiative west If Neullly-St. Frlnt. the French recaptured Passy-En-Valols southeast U Favorelles. aad HJ11 168 nearby. Oerman attacks elsewhere southward toward the Mara* at Chateau-Thierry were repulsed. Paris reporta The Germans have aot crossed the Marne and apparently have not made very strong efforts to di so. They aow hold a greater part of Chateau- Thierry, with the French maintaining m foothold ia the western sector. Oa the eastern wing tbe Germans tth* crossed the Dormans-Rhelms road snd took Ville-En-Tardenols hsve been driven from Champlat. Around Rheims the situation is unchanged, the Germane probably hoping that their advance from Ville-En- Tardenols wm outflan klhe allied troopa ln the Rheims sector. Ia seven days the Oermans hava driven a dsageiuiis salient In the allied llaa and hsve met with some success In attempting to link the aow Maat with the one drtteu toward 'Amiens In March, ln addition to this Otbor captures the Germans took a huge amount of Franco-American stores at Fere-En-Tahdenols. tka booty Including 500,000 artillery shells, much material aaid 1.000 vehicles, k There has been little activity elsewhere an tho western front including OFFICCS MOVED By Assoclatad Press lo Tbe Rsvlew Washington, D. C, June 3.—Four more departments of the Emergency Fleet Corporation were moved from Washington to Philadelphia today and it was predicted that the enormous task of moving, the offlce equipment dt tke corporation as well as the personal effects of moro ttan 1,600 employes would be completed by ThurV day. Army motor trucks are being used. MOTION PICTURE TRUST will con Te uw By Associated Press to The Review . Waahington, D. C, June 3.—Under an agreement between tt* department of justice aad the defendants, tbe supreme court today dismissed, appeals from federal court decrees adjoining the so-called moving picture trust from conspiring to monopolize interstate trade ia Alms and cameras. The organization. It is said, will reorganize ln conformance wltk the court orders. Meeting Augmented With Pleasing Service of Song. The baccalaureate services of the Alliance public schools were conducted at'the First M. S. church Sunday evening, the auditorium, tho galleries and the Baaday school room being packed to capacity by parents aad friends of the graduating class aad the public schools. At 7:30 the graduating class, one of 94 members entered the audi to rlum from the south door of tbo church, headed by Principal J. E. Vaughan aad. Assistant Principal R. S. Coppock. The class msde a fine appearance as the members flled down the aisle In twos aad occupied tka front rows of seats of the church reserved for tbem. Tke organ prelude, "Scherzo Pastorale" was rendered by Prof. E. Laurence Allen, organist of the church. Services staring the evening were presided over by Rev. W. H. McMurray, pastor of U>e United Presbyterian church. After singing the Hymn "Bow Firm a Foundation," Bor. W. H McMurray offered a brief prayer,- thla being followed by the rendering of the anthem "Crossing the Bar," by the church choir. The scripture lesson, a part of tho first chapter of Hebrews, was read by Superintendent of Schools B. F Stanton. After prayer by Rev, W. C. McCallum. pastor of the First, Christian chnrch the hymn "Faith at Oar Fathers" was sung by the congregation, this followed by a vocal solo, "Jesus Only," sweetly rendered by the church soloist, Mrs. Eb M. Jones, Jr. Announcements were made by Superintendent Stanton. The speaker of the evening. Rev. LATEST BULLETINS ON FOE U-BOATS By Associated Press to The Review New York, N. Y. June 3.—A wireless S- O* 8. oall frem the New Voile and Porto Rico line passenger steamship Carolina saying that ehe wss being attacked by a submarine was received here today. The fat* ef the Carolina la net known, ti. further wireless calls were received after the call for help. A United States (fUard ship was ono of the vessels whloh got the call. The Carolina, a vessel of 3,125 tons has been long In the Now York-Porto Rico trade. She was built at Newport News, Vs., in 1896. The Carolina with 220 passengers aboard and 120 In her crew, was bound fer an Atlantic pert at whloh ehe le this afternoon twelve hours overdue. Her wireless call ter help wss received at 7:00 o'eloek.last night, •hipping authorities estimated that when sttasked sho wm In about the same position aa tho schooner Edward H. Cole when tkst veeeel wae destroyed by a submarine. The Carolina waa commanded by T. R. D. Barber- Trie g. O. S. picked up by the navy wireless from the Carolina aald the steamer was being shelled by the submarine* Navy Department Announces Sinking of Three Schooners; American Ports Safeguarded By Associated Press to The Review Washington, D. C, June 3.—Atlantic coast naval stations wero directed by the navy department today to send vessels to thc assistance of the steamer Carolina in response to S- O. A calls, saying she was being attacked by submarines. The S. O. VS. calls were received at the Arlington naval wireless station hato. . By Assoolated Press to The Review .Washington, D. C, June t.—Beside tbe Edward H. Colo, the names of two Other sunk ships bave been reported to tbe navy. Tbey are tbe schooner Jacob S. Haskell and the Isabella D- Willeg. By Associated Preas to The Review New York, N. Y., June 3.—Two more American vessels, tbe Hattle Dunn and the Samuel W. Hathaway have been sunk by German submarines. By Associated Press to The Review Boston, Mass., Jans 3—Thr pott of Boston was closed at noon today. Nar- ragansett bay had been'Closed earlier aad every precaution againat the appearance of German U-boats on the New England coast was taken. HORSE STEALING le Charge to Which James Muat Answer. Hunter Salem, June 3.—tke maa wbo stole tta horse and buggy from tta street here Frldsy hss been arrested' snd confesed, It ls said, and tbe stolen property recovered. Tka man arreat- ed is James Hunter,.who ia said to bo scarcely accountable for hla acta. Hunter was boaad over oa a charge ot bona stealing for action ot tke' grand jury. (Continued I on* page ten.) SALEM HERALD Sold to a Company Headed By James Talbeit of Oberlln. Salem, O. June S.—At noon today tbe Salem Dally Herald was sold to a oompany with James Talbert of Oberlln the principal stockholder. Incorporation papers for the aaw oompany wfll bo filed today. Tbe Herald was owned by George H. Oeo, formei postmaster of Salem, Walter Beck, prosecuting attorney of Columbiana county aad Daniel Kirby. The transfer took place soon after the salo wao consummated. The policy *t the new ownership hss not keen announced. WOMEN'SJPEETINC The Mount Union College Women's Club Wfll stoat Wednesday night at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. W. H. McMaster, Ualon Avenue and Vincent atreet. A large - attendance li desired as offlcers are* to be elected at tbis meeting. By Assoclatsd Press to The Review Chatham, Mass., June 3.—A report is current on the cape that a ship bad been torpedoed off Nantucket shoals. No official confirmation of the report ls obtainable. By Associated Preaa to The Review . Boston, Mass., June 3,—It was stated at the offlce of the commandant ot tto flrst naval dlillllH today that tbere was no truth tt tka report that A vessel had been sunk by submarines off Nantucket shoals. The officer investigated thoroughly a report that a transport kad been torpedoed. Among the many reports received hero today waa one tkat a German submarine after slflCIng four vessels off tto Now Jersey coast was captured and was being taken into New Folk. Local navy offlcials denied any definite knowledge ot the matter. By Associated Press to The Review Washington, D. C, Juno 8.—The navy department later announced that it had received an official report that three American schooners had been sunk off the coast by enemy submarines. If the German admiralty expects to find the American porta unprotected becsuse a great force of American destroyers has been concentrated in the war sone around the British Isles it will be mistaken, naval offlcials ssy. Wbile the anti-submarine craft to tbe war zone are ln large number, the protection ot the steamer lines on this side of tto Atlantlo bas not been overlooked and it Is said tbere are adequate forces ln seme waters to meet ttem. The torpedoing bf ships off Barne- gat, N. J., followed by a report of more destructions off Nantucket shoals nearly 200 miles to the eaat was taken aa Indicating, that the hostile submarines were operating ln number and ttat tbe plans of the German admiralty probably wsa to concentrate the U-boats In a practical blockade of tbe principal ports of embarkation being used for Americsa transports. Recurrent reports et Oerman sab* marines oa tbls side of the Atlantic has beea crnieo* examined fpr the navy department during the last week. Reports of one German submarine near the Virginia capes were current in Hampton Roada Saturday night. It waa ssld navy lying boats, submarine chasers and other anti-submarine craft in that dlstrtot immediately waat to sea In search of the raiders. The master of a British vesiel arriving at Norfolk Ml May 27 reported having fired some shots at a submarine about 160 miles ttt Cspe Henry. Other Incoming ships at Atlantic ports for the last few dsys also have brought reports of sighting submarines. A navy department statement announcing tte sinking says: "The navy department has been informed tbat three American schooners hsve been sunk off this coast by enemy submarines. "The steamship Bristol arriving at New York tbls morning, reported .ttat the four-masted schooner Edward H. Cole wss sunk by submarines st 6:30 p.. m., Sunday, fifty mllea southeast of Barnegat, N. J., and tbat the Bristol rescued the crew and brought them to port. "It also rescued the crew of another sailing vessel which was sunk. The Bristol reported that sbe encountered a submarine 38 miles off Barnegat at 4:10 p. m. Sunday and tbat two submarines were operating in tbat locality- "The steamship Grecian reported that the schooner Jacob S. Haskell was Mak ky gunfire by a Oerman submarine in tka same general vicinity st noon Sunday. Tka crew were resetted. "It wss also reported that the Isabella D. Willey wss shelled by submarines. "Captain Newcomb, ot tto Cole stated that bis vessel was attacked by s German submarine which boarded him, took away bis'papers snd placed bombs on board. The captain and crew took to the boats. Captain Newcomb stated tbat tbe submarine which j gM|B_l***| bim was about 200 feet long and carried two large guns, one forward aad one aft and a tteMM aa* amidships. ■ This statement wss made at tka committee on public Information: totlltlaij DiBfrti states that the navy department is taking the necessary steps to safeguard shipping along tte coast." The submarines undoubtedly were looklbg for American transports. Having been checked by thd American destroyer flotilla to tto wsr sone tbe German admiralty apparently has concluded to carry the submarine warfare to tbe doors of America ia tta hope ot stopping the flow ot troops which wfll torn the balanee against tte central powers on the western battle front, KAISER CARRIES WARFARE ill E At Least Two U-boats Are Engaged in Campaign Aimed Chiefly at the American Transport Service—Presumably the.Germans Are Employing the New Cruiser Type of Submarine With Long Steam Radius for These Latest Operations — Ports of New York, Boston and Providence Are Closed By Naval Authorities—American Destroyers Scour Seas for Under-the-Sea Craft — Naval Department Declares Every Precaution Has Been Taken to Guard Harbors and Shipping Which Will Later Be Permitted Under Restrictions. CHILD LABOR Providence, R. I., June 8.—Narrs gansett bay was elosed to outgoing vessels this morning by order ot the commandant of the nasal station * at Newport. SET AIB COMMISSIONS Ar Aaaoelated Preee to The Review Columbua. O-, June 3.—Announcement hss keen made tf tto war-department tbat a commission as second lieutenant hss bssn awarded to Clyde Jacob Schumacher, son~nf Mr. and Mta. 'Elliott F. Schumacher, of Columbua, ta tbo aviation asctiuu of tbe signal corps. Others receiving commissions et like grade In tte ssme branch are Francis Bader. ot Newark, and Dudley Rhodes Campbell, Dels were- n ^Continued on Paga •! CHEAPER ANTITOXIN. By Associated Press to The Review Columbus, O-, Aaaa X—Diphtheria antitoxin at about half tke former price will be available te ffHfrnna under s eeatiact Just msde between tbo state department ot health sad tke firm which supplies antitoxin te tka atate. Tka antitoxin will be distributed to drug stores which witt to carry a stock. Try gha w'e $1 AIRMAN BORNSJO DEATH Harry J. Webster ot Grand Rapids, Mich., Meets Tragic Knd. By Associated Press to The Bevlew Fort Worth. Tex., June 3—Harry J. Webster, student flyer from Grand Rapids, Mich., was burned to death In mid-sir tbls morning wkea his plane caught flre alter a collision. Bailey's Dancing School Tuesday evening classes chsnged to Mondsy 7:00 p m. Assembly mnMn.'1 AAA. THE LATEST PATRIOTIC ANO POPULAR HITS IN EHEET MUSIC AT SCHOCH'8 8TUOIO, 223 E. MAIN, OVER BAUGHMAN'8. —In the eetate of Sarah Snyder, valued at 13,200, la probata court at Toungstown, Mary Chaplin, Alliance, bas been appointed executrix. COMPLETE LINE OF OVAL ANO squrrrHumahithe latest PATTERNS AT REASONABLE PRICES AT SCHOCH'S STUDIO. Br Aaaoelated Preen to The Review An Atlantic Port, June 3.—Passen gers on an incoming steamship from Cuba today said ttat the Cuban government, presumably ln fear of sub marines had kept tbo port of Havana closed to all outgoing vessels from May 20 to May 25. By Assoelated Press to The Review Barnegat, N. J, June 3.—Word bas been passed slong tho Atlsntic coast to be on the watch for crews of ships sank by submarines. All of the government life guard stations have been communicated with but up to 12 o'clock no disaster had been reported. At this station nothing kad been beard of the reported slaking of ships by enemy submarines. By Associated Press to The Review New York, N. V.. June 3.—A rumor haa reached the offlce of tta third naval district here that a submarine operatnig ofl the coast baa baaa cap- tured by a United States warship. It ls said tkat the U-boat to being towed ta this port- There Is ao confirms tlon of tbe rumor as yet. Philadelphia Port Opened. By Assoclatad Prs— to The Roviaw Philadelphia, Pa-, June ».—Orders issued by tke navy department to close tbo port here to all sailings, after being in effect several hours woes cancelled tbls afternoon. By Associated Preas to The Review - Norfolk, Va., June 3.—The (ttt et Norfolk-Newport News was rinsed todsy to sli outgoing vessels. Humors Try ghsrer*e*1 Glasses. Continued on Psge • Supreme Court Rules Against Federal Act. of 1916. By Associated Press to The Review Washington, D. C, June 3— Th* federal child labor law of MIS forbidding interstate shipment of p_-oducts of child labor was today declared unconstitutional and Invalid by the enpreme court. Injunctions restraining the government trom putting the statute into effect and restraining a Charlotte, N. C, cotton aul front discharging children employed by It were sustained by the court. Justices Holmes, McKenna, Brandeis and Clarke dissented. FEIR CHEW OF ELM UST Steamship Company Has Not Heard From Torpedoed Craft REO CR0SSJSS1G6.439.291 47,000,000 Americana Contributed to Second War PaRd. By Associated Press to Tho Review Washington, D. C, f*A* 8.—Forty- seven million Americans contributed ♦1*6,439,291 (mercy dollars) to tke second war toad at tte American Bed Cross, according to .a report by Henry P Davidson, chairman of tbo Red Cross war council published today. Flnsl reports sre expected to skew, lie, Davison said, ttat a total ht 1170, 000,000 was raised. Good opening for young to learn mechanical drafting; should have at least 2 years high school work. Apply Engineering Dept, Morgan Engineering Co. WANTED—TOOL ANO DIE MAK. ERE. ACETYLENE WELDING TOUCH OPERATORS. STAMPING PLANT, TRANSUE-WILLIAMS CO. WANTED—LABORERS AND PIT- TER8 POU ETEADY WORK *AT BUCKEYE JACK MFG. CO. HAVE YOUR PRAM ING DONE AT SCHOCH'S STUDIO By Associated Preee to The Review New York, N. Y-. June 8.—The A. H. Ball Steamship company agents bere for the schooner Jacob M. Haskell, one of tto victims of German sub- msrlnes fear ttat tta erenr at eleven has been loat The Haskell was bound trom Norfolk ,to Portland, Me., aad waa probably in tta ylcinity of the Edward H- Cole, offlcials of tta line said. Nothing bas been beard from tbe crew. PROFITEEBING CASES TO BE MADE PUBLIC By Associated Preee to Vie Review Washington, D. C, Jane .3.—Disclosure by the treasury Ot evidence of alleged prflteering said by President Wilson ea his recent address to congress oa revenue legislation to be dlsruptable seemed assured today when Secretary McAdoo advised senate leaders that be .would not object to presenting tbo treasury's records to oongress it they are properly called for (BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO THE REVIEW.)' '.*--.. New York, N. Y., June 3—Germany has carried her unrestricted submarine warfare to this side of tha ocean and at least three Vessels have been sunk by submarine attaek off the Atlantic coast. Stmt reports say the number of victims already has reached fifteen. Although die presence of Oerman undersea boats had been reported in American waters for several days past the first definite news that they were operating off this coast came today when tha crew of one victim, the schooner Edward H. Cole, was landed here. Their vessel was sunk Sunday off the New Jersey shore. It ia known that at least two U-boats are engaged in the campaign which ia assumed to be aimed chiefly at the American transport service. A report that besides the attacks on shipping off the Jersey coast a aubmarine was operating off Nantucket and had torpedoed a ahip in those waters was not confirmed. Presumably the Germans are employing the new cruiser type of U-boats with a long steaming radius, for these operations. Tha port of New York was closed to outgoing shipping as soon as news of presence of hostile craft outside was confirmed. Meanwhile advices from Washington, after officially confirming the loss of three schooners, declare that-measures already in operation and others that will be added will deal with the new submarine menace. STRIKERS ME BACK By Aseoelated Press to Tbe Review Washington, IX C. June' 3.—A thousand elty employes who went on strike early today- tor higher pay. returned to werk shortly after noon when they wero- aasured their demands would be investigated. They asked a minimum wage ot S3 a day. SPECIAL PRICES ON FRAMING. HAVE VOUR PICTURE Of THE SOL- OlMT BOYS LEAVING POR CAMP FRAMED. BEAUTIFUL LINE OF ARTISTIC FRAMES TO CHOOSE FROM. SCHOCH'S STUDIO, 223 E. MAIN, OVER BAUGHMAN'S- FOR RBNT—Two furnished rooms for llgbt housekeeping; all convenience, o. s. mr. (BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO THE REVIEW.) Washington, D. C. June 3—Germany by striking with her submarines at tha vary doors of America has admitted to the world that the American army will turn the tide againat her on the battlefields of France. Aa first news of the submarine raid on the Atlantic coast brought to the navy department today by Associated Press dispatches, waa followed by official reports, naval officials declared that the anti-submarine forces jn home waters were amply able to meet tha attack. All along the coast line naval flying boats, submarine chasers and numberless other naval craft immediately got into action. All officiala declared that the navy department was full equipped to meet the thrust at the very fountain head of tha flow of American troops to Europe and that all its agencies were brought into full force to find the submarines and destroy them. .' .The challenge to tha fighting forces of the United States would be met, officials said, with the same measures which have driven the eubmarines to cover in the war aone, and the steady flow of American transports to Fiance would be guarded with the same efficient protection which has carried them through the infested waters of the British Isles and France with a remarkably low loss of life. , , . Submarine blockade in the principal transport lanes and about the territory containing the principal embarkation ports for the American army haa long;been counted upon by American naval officers as ooe of Germany's last cards and preparations have been made to meet it. It is believed that the widespread rumors of German submarine near the American coast, prevalent for the last three weeks, were the work of German sympathizers or spies who had advance knowledge of the raid and spread the.reports to demoralize shipping aad possibly retard transport service. Bv Associated Press to The Review New Tork, N. T., June 3.—One steamship, one schooner and two or Ikies other vessels have been sunk off tto Jersey coast by Oerman submarines. The ships were attacked some Ume daring the night, according to information which was received bere. Details were aet Immediately available. Tbe port authorities barred tbe departure of outgoing ships this forenoon. It is presumed here that tto submarine or submarines are now being _Z dstft tritk h£ American destroyers. One of the ships sunk was the Edward H. Cole, a sailing vessel. It was asserted in shipping circles tbat it was possible that as many as Biz additional vessels were destroyed not including those known to have been sunk. Rumors of the presence of Oerman submarines off the American coast have been current for the past twe weeks, tto reports telling ot one or more having been sighted in Southern waters. The attack upon American shipping almost at the very entrance of New Tork harbor is taken to mean that Germany has at laat Inaugurated a submarine campaign to break up transportation of American troops to France. Information received at tbe maritime exchange here Indicated as many BB fifteen vessels have been sunk. Although there have been frequent rumors ot submarines having crossed the Atlantic since America entered (Continue- OB £s*o 81*).
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1918-06-03|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||June 3, 1918|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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