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PPjfiflWPPlP-i ■^P1"*1*^^ ttmmmtwfmw.ih n ■. .mwmm The problem of securing good old help it still a classified vertising problem. Finding tbe right place to work is' usually a "want ad matter." THE ALLIANCE BEVIEW N AND LEADER THE WEATHER. F*lr tesAjhti Friday eloady sal waneer, probably r*i* Is w*st portion. Barometer 89.90) temperature 44 st 1* a. Bb| clear. V01LXXXL, NO. tl5. FOURTEEN PAGES ALLIANCE, OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1918. TWO CENTS—DELIVERED 12c A WEEK. 4,523 El BEO GROSS HEAD REPORTED TODAY 471 Adults Added and 893 Juniors Put on Roll of Honor. SHOPS AND STORE GO OVER THE TOP Per Cent Class Grows Workers Redouble Energies. ter. •fr moa Tbnradar found the Red Cross Christmas Roll Call campaign moving along la good shape and Allianoe will make an excellent showing when the final reports are filled st the end of th* week. The workers are enthus lastic snd la most instances th* clti sens solicited greet them with court* ay <md ready te'enroll ss members of this great army of patriotic people. Chairman IBs* Mabel Hartsell, of the local work, reported, Thursday, that the number of adults enrolled yesterday was 471, making the total number of adults 8,412. Juniors reported, which included two school buildings, numbered 893, making the total number tt junior members 1411 and the grand total of asw members 4,628. These figures do not Include the shops sad business place* whieh wfll he reported st the sad of the week The shop list* are being made up under Ut* direction ot th* foreman of the various departments Th* territorial line* which tare Beea maintained since the opening of the campaign were broken today sad tke solicitor* now hav* tree sway any "jMs In tk* city, being permitted to solicit memberships wherever they may choose. Booths sr* being opened at the banks, depots, postoffic*. and market house, and ea* wffl be open for tke Dr. Francis lecture thi* evening. Miss Ella Zelgler is tn charge of this branch If Ike work. The names of persons who absolute If refuse te become member* are be lag listed snd wffl be filed fer refer ence snd apea Car Inspection by * any who desire to /ee them. A grievance commit te* has been named. Persons who sr* financially unable to enroll ill Dot be urged as tbe committees wish to be fair with everyone. Of the Ileal shops reporting thst tks enrollment Is one hundred per cent are the foUowing: Woods Engineering Company, Alliance Brick Company The Alliance Brass A Bronx company, HUlgreen-Lane company, Electric Furnace company, Alliance Structural Company. It may also be ststed that the lat ter flna Is ths first to report one Hundred per cent sad live the number of employes, which I* ISO. In addition to tke list ot schools reaching tke maximum goal, as pub llshed Wednesday, the following ar* reported for Thursday: North Park Building, Miss Jenkins, Miss Stahl; Seneca avenue Building, Mb Wherry, Mrs. Diehl, Miss Hasen; State street Building, Miss Hart, Miss Lawther, Miss Howell, Miss Leek. South Lincoln avenue building, Miss Davis, Mlsa Purvlance, Mlas Lukens, Mrs. Stahl, Miss Evans, MMs Lewis, MISS Bauman, Mrs. Muscbenheimer, Miss Van Lshan, Miss Cully, Mis* Tall. Tito makes tbls landing ot 16 rooms a 100 ser aaat buUdlng including teacbera and Janitor. South Preedom avenue BuUdlng MM* Stockwell, Mlas Zimmerman, Miss Switser, Mis. Armstrong, -Miss Thone Mia* Meed, Mlas Stroup. This makes thl* tMUdisg at 11 moms a 100 per cent buUdlng including teachers sad Janl ter. be Senth Preedom avenue build also contributed tbe sum of five ars ta be ased ln making th* Fair- mount Children'* Home a 100 per eeat InsUtuUon. DR. FHMCIS Tl TELL ff e cross mn Tonight's the nlsht of th* Red Cro** "story." tt win be "told" la tke Columbia theatre by motion picturss aad an addrea* by Dr. Arthur J. Francis. Tb* combined attraction ia m mam tee to th* Sm*rli sn peopl* from the War Council ot tts National Bad Cross, which would ha** th* people know loat wher* thalr contributions to th* Red Cross Wer Fund hav* son*; luat hew th* Bad Cros* work ia being administered. Ke appeal for fund* will be made. Admission WiU b* fins*. Infrset tn th* approaching campaign for Red Crosa member* le th* principal object of th* National War Council In tts appeal for guest* for thla pictured story. Tb* Red Cross now haa twenty- two million members. Th* world's greatest relief organization believes that seeing tonight's entertainment will lay a foundation of knowledge of Red Cross activities upon which an enormous Christmas gift of membership* wtll he realised by th* Red Cross War CouncU. Til* man selected for delivering th* Red Cross message. Dr. Arthar J. Francia 1* a former Chicago pastor who ha* seen the Red Cross at work both at bome and abroad. He carried with him thre* real* bf motion pictures, which wfll help people realise the meaning of the Red Croaa service. manWmInt diesj train John A. Davis, Identified Wtth New York Paper Co. Expires Suddenly. A man, identified by papers ta Ms pockets ss John A. Davis, ot Mew- York City, died oa tke Broadway limited, mt ttt P*nna Lines, Wedneaday night. He became IS St Oeftwnf'-'n*'" and died ss ttm train reached Leetonia, deatk being due to apoplexy. It Is believed. The deceased wss forty-live years of age sad wss a very prominent man, associated with tk* H. O. Craig Company, paper merchants, of New York City, located st 62 VanderbUt avenue, corner of East 45th IffSSt He waa enroute to Chicago on business for the Arm. The remain* ot Mr. Davis were takea from the train at Alliance and placed In charge of tke i. H. Sharer a Co., arriving here about 11:11 o'clock. Deceased is a brother ot Stste Senator Davis of Toungstown. MARSHAL JOFFRE NUMBERED ONE OF FORTY IMMORTALS Victor of Marne Paid High Honor at Impressive Ceremony Today. Pen Warden Says Bride and Sickness Are Devil's Foes Head ti Ohio Penitentiary Asserts These Elements Make Us Behave Well—Life of America in Bodies and Souls of Children, Says Child Welfare Worker. LAUDS ACTION OF PRESIDENT WILSON French Hero Alludes lo Happy Visit to America In 1917. Spain Wants Wilson ,'K To Visit the Country. By Associated Press to Th* Rsvlsw »uarid. Spain, Atee. ttr--eomr*^??>£*J!L^^ manones, Spanish premier, Is going to Paris to interview President Wilson. MS is expected to be away from Madrid for at least flv* er six day*. When It became knowa that President Wilson was coming to Europe, ltlng Alfonso and member* of th* cabinet approached Joaeph B. Willard, American ambassador, to aee lf lt could be arranged for Mr. Wilson to come to Spain. This was not ao much of a political object a* tt wa* to show him the spot from which Columbus sailed to discover the new world. The result of th* negotiations wsa that Mr. Wilson could not come to Spain, bot would b* glad to discuss future relations between Spain and th* United States with Count Romanonea. News of th* latter's intention* to go to Pails ks* created a most excellent Impression throughout Spain and opinion Is generally expressed that lt . will strengthen tb* friendly relation* between th* United State* and Spain. TRAINMEN TO JOIN RED CROSS By Associated Prsss to Th* Rsvtsw Cleveland, O., Dee. IA—Jn reply ta a telegram today from J. C. Nichot*, Chairman ot tke Kansas City Red Cross campaign cammit tee urging him to reaMst sll Brotherhood of BaU* rand Trainmen member* to Join tk* Red Cross Chrlstmaa membership campaign W. q. L*e PreeMMR of tke organisation replied ss follows:— "Knowing the whole hearted support of onr aaarly two hundred thousand members ia tke pest ta eoaasetlon witk winning tke war or assisting Uie more than 11.000 brothers who have taken ap ansa. I sm confident oar members wUl Mlk Ik Iks last man.' WANTED AT ONCE 2,000 CHICKENS. HIGHEST MARKET PRICES. DAMASCUS PROVISION CO. H. L. SLAGLE MOR*. PHONE Mow ». DA* MASCUS.OHIO. WANTED—TEN OIRLS FOR BIND* ERV AND PRESS ROOMS. MeCAS* kev aaaisvER co. 1 Wi m-J^Ptt* WANTED—TWO PAINTER8 AND ON* OLAZIE R. APPLY AT NBW-J tUMNG. AMERICAN STEEL NORY. 8UMNER-80LLITT CO. WANTED—TRUCK DRIVER. D. W, AMER GROCERY. Massillon Hospital Attendant Convicted By Associated Praaa to Ths Review Caaton, O., Ska.' 18.—-Ralph H. Stafford, attendant st th* Massillon State hospltsl Sir tte Insane, was found guilty sl manslaughter Mat night by a common pleaa oourt Jury. He wss tried ander a Indictment charging him with having beaten John Beardsley, sa aged kiif-f** of tke hospital ao severely thst ths death ol Beardsley resulted. ','___ . Stafford has signed s confession but on trial testified he hsd beea tricked Mta affixing his signature to the document. Stafford formerly lived ln Harrisburg, Pa, Pittsburgh, Pa., sad Wheeling, W. Va Letter Carriers Elect Local Branch No. 887. Order of Letter Carriers held a meeting at tk* home of Homer Welch. 488 1*8 South Linden avenue, Wedneaday evening. Tha routine ot business was transacted snd the election of officers took piece. Those choeen to kave charge during the coming yesr sre: President, William Yerian; vice presldsat. WUUam Stone; secretary. Clean DevUI*).- tree** WAA Home Welch; sergesat-at-arms, Arthar Swindell; trustees, Wesley Mltsel, Oeorge Anderson snd Oeorge Whittinghant*. A dainty two-course lunch was served by tk* host's parents sad slater, Mr. sad Mrs. Oscar Welch and daughter MMe Msry. The aext meeting wiU be held tke second Wednesday ia January. • Carson Funeral. Funeral aervlce for Mre. Sarah Carson wfll ha conducted trom th* home in De*rOeld Priday at oae o'eloek. Interment wUl ke sssde la Deerfleld cemetery. wX-' ALL SPANISH WAR VETERANS REQUESTED TO MEET FRIDAY EVENINO, 7:30. CITY BUILDING, TO ARRANGE FOR FUNERAL OP LATE COMMANDER FRED N. BAKER, TO BM HELD AT t P. M. SATURDAY. QUIRE ED COX OROCCRY. WANTED—TRUCK DRIVER. IN- By Associated Press to Ths Revlaw Parla, Prance, Dec 18.—Marshal Joffre now 1* formally numbered among France's forty immortals. The victor of the Marne waa made a member of the French Academy this afternoon. With tk* knowledge that President Wilson was te attend th* (unction acting as an added attraction, great crowds had gathered all along th* rente followed by the Marshal. Promptly upon the*strok* of one Marahal Joffr* arrived at Um institute, crossing th* Seln over th* Poat See Art**. Marshal JoffTe wore tta undress unl form it a Marshal ef France, having demurred at wearing th* elaborate costume of an academician. The Marshal delivered hla Inaugural speech in a deep, resonant voice which completely filled th* chamber where the ceremony took place. After reviewing th* p*rt played la th* war by Franc*, Belgium and tbe other Allies, Marshal Joffr* aald: ."However, ao much h*rol*m and ra solution would not kave sufficient had not tke Allled peoples taken part In th* battle. It waa In the conviction that they wees fighting for right that the AUied nation* found strength to aacriflce and the certainty of ultimate victory. The power of th*** noble san* tlments kave been evoked la terms which are ever present ia our memory, by the great President Wilson, wkil* thay Inspired him te moat generous so* tion." Alluding to Me vtait te the United State* ln ltlT, Marshal Joffr* ssid: "White fo th* mld«t of the American crowd* I waa living hour* which I number mmf-tm,g tb* sw»st—t ot my life. I bad divined th* need for eacrtfooe on their .pert awakened la foe ml of this generous peopl* hp theheroism of our aoldlera fad tk* Justice of our t prceperity,' tHt Belgium might ra- establlsh herself, that Liberty might ralgn and that right might be rate- stated, American aro** and. resolved to throw Into th* flgbt her last maa aad b*r laat dollar.™ V .»-"•* LITTLE Dip BEAD Pneumonia Bareavee Tke Heme ef Mr. .. snd Mrs. W. J. Sullivan. ■ " Freda Venice Sullivan, UtUe daughter ot Mr. sad Mrs. W. J. Sullivan 741 North Union avenue died Wednetday forenoon at nine o'clock following Illness ot twa weeks, death being caused tp pneumonia. UtUe Freda was a child al two sad a halt years, intelligent, sweet and winsome la her way, krlnging orer a gladness and a Jap to the home aad her taking away brings a grief indeed hard ta bear. Besldee tke par sate oa sister snd -two brothers survive, Loretts, Lawrence W. and Walter C. Sullivan. - FUneral servloe will be conducted trom the bome st oae o'clock Fridsy Ber. Father Bank* ol St. Joseph'* Catholic church will hav* charg* Of the rite*. Interment will, tt made in St Josephs church cemetery. Wilson May Return Sooner Than Expected By Aasoelatad Preaa te Th* Rsvlew Parla France, Wedneaday, Dec. It.—< Th* reason given for Preside it Wilson's deair* to mak* an early vialt to England, it to understood. Is tkat ke haa found tt might be necessary to return to Waahlngton much sooner that he bad expected. Whether this meana a chang* in th* President's entire program including hla Journey to Italy, Is not known hare. An Interesting featur* of tk* discussion of tk* Freeldanfs Intended visit beginning neat Thuraday ie foot tke preaent British cabinet Is technically not ln a poaltion to spsak for tk* government until th* rssuit at SRI recent •lection* er* known December 88. There Is UtUe doubt, however, tkat Premier Lloyd Oeors* and hia assistant* hav* been reelected. Italian Kine Calls oo French Premier. By Associated Pres* ta Th* Review Pari*. Franoa, nss-.ttn JQag Victor rnimsnnsl of Italy, aiilvd har* today aal waa Wlcon-si'hp l*r—idsnt Pete- Br Associated Prsas to The Review Columbus, O-, Dee. 18.—"Pride end alcknees sre tke only things that keep na from all going to tk* devil," de- dared Warden P. E. Thomas of the Ohio penitentiary, speaking at a general session of the State Conference of Charities sad Correction at the penitentiary todsy. "Prid*," said the warden, "Is the attribute that makes us sB self-respecting men and women. When a man's pride ls broken by some crime there is aot muck1 nope for him, unless, step by step, through humane treatment, hi* pride may be ta some degree restored." m Ttt warden said It Is tks chief aim of Sons! institutions rightly managed, to rector* tkat lost pride by humane treatment. He cited instances how such treatment ha* leealted among inmate* of tho Ohio institutions That tke Ws of America ia In tke bodies aad souls of har children and that it behoove* thla country at this time when the world has been pairing such heavy toll of manhood and womanhood to guard well her children, was the (keynote of an addreaa today by Mrs. Annette Nichols Beal, extentlon secretary of tke NaUonal ChUd laker Association af New York, before the chUd welfare section. Speaking before tbe same section, Mrs. Mary Proctor Wilson of Lebanon. ■aid th* state needs fewer chUdren'* home* sad more efficient management. She declared tke needs of these homes can not be met so long as there are so many. Some of the county homes have no more than 10 children she said, making tke expense of operating them far out at proportion to Um good results obtained. Sessions wfll close this evening witk a general meeting ln Memorial Hall, addressed by Oovernor Cox, Douglas C. McMurtle, Director Oeneral Red Cross, Institute for crippled and disabled men, New York City, aad W. F. Persons, Director Oeneral of Civilian Belief, American Red Cross, Wsshlngtoa. EBERT MINISTRY GnREEflJS BRIEF German Officials Who Succeeded Kaiser's Rule Resign After TurmoiL TURBULENT SCENES CAUSED DECISION EX-KAISER SICK; SUPPERS Jl CHILL Old Ear Trouble Returns, Complexion Fails and Age Appears. By Associated Presa to The Review Amerongen, Holland, Wednesday, See. 1A—Former Emperor William haa bean confined to hie hed since Sunday wtth a severe chilL MM indisposition nee brought about a renewal of bis old ear trouble, necessitating the calling in of * specialist, a professor from Utrecht to assist th* local doctor. The mm stent worry of the laat flve weeka and hla virtual imprisonment In Count Bentlnck's castle here have ■nhmrgrl William Bohenzollern's appearance considerably. Inetesd ot the ruddy complexion he wore, his face haa become aahen, hi* hair and moustache ST*y and hla features deeply Uaed. Sine* he has lain abed with hia ffl- n*** hie foe* haa remained Baaa* von and th* 72 hours' growth of beard aeems to have added ten yesr* to hi* as*. -. The' ex-Emperor's favorite adjutant, Qsptatn Siguara Von Ilsemann, alao I* ill and th* former Empress haa become h*r husband's utmost attendant . fft **-*-*,nil. bi ipsinlltsil to enter the castle ground* under any pretext, while aU arrivals In ttm village ara being moot cloealy watched. fMM HOME BURNS Reeldenee -of- Hsrry Bsndy snd The Oeed rsiwlly.ii.sst $2,000 la Wsr ... awnps. The home ot Henry Bandy, at Bandy's Crossing of the P. F. W. A C. and Stark Electric Line, east of Alliance, near Alliance Junction, was destroyed by fire shortly after noon, Thursday, SM blase apparenUy originating from s defecUve chimney flae. No one wss at tee residence when the Are started. Aa alarm waa seat to tke city by tke telegraph operator at Alliance Junction and Chief Held sad Fireman BeSdP made a run to the place in the chiefs car but the building was practically destroped when they arrived. Meae of the contents wss saved. Tke building and contents were insured. The upper story of Iks building was occupied by a maa named Alfred Oood who Is manager ot the Bandy coal mine. In addiUon to the toss of his house goods Mr. Oood Is said to kSCS had d ssll III sil $2,000 worth ot War Saving* Stamps. Anti-German Forces Have Occupied Odessa By Assoelated Preaa to The B*sl*e Odessa, Sunday, Dec 16.—Troops under command of tke anU-Oerman Ukrainian Leader PeUura today sre occupying Odessa. Minister*. Th* King wa* accompanied by hla aon, the Prince ef Piedmont. Parte France, See. 18.—King Victor Emmanuel, ot Italy, wfil arrive hers today. Torn ottj le bung- With flags aad a general holiday haa Been declared. Rain Is tailing this morning but there ia is wales of the weather improving. The newspapers hail tk* Tina ae'ln man ot honor who bee been a real leader ef his country, both oa aaS off tk* beta* fleM." A London dispstch Wednesday aald tkat unconfirmed report* kad been received that Odessa asd been occupied by tke PeUura forces. Dispatches dated a week previously at Odeeaa aald that the PeUura forcea were marching on Odessa. The Allied naval foreee there kad taken steps to protect tke wharvaa and AUied nationals, but had decided not to interfere in any lighting In the city. Odessa, which la tke principal Bus- dan seaport on te* Black Be* haa been the scene of much disorder since tke downfsU of tke Kerensky regime. Recently tt has been held Mr Ukraln tea aad Oerman forcea. MRTV II KNOWN WHO TOOK UMBRELLA FROM UNDER COAT AT BAILEVS DECEMBER ia NOTHING 8AID IF RETURNED PROMPT- LY TO MRS. BAILBV. Take Broken Watch** to Sharer. AXSBICAB AMBASSADOR BIBBS WITB TBB EIKG Af Associated Preas to The Hevlew London, Engand, Wednesday. Ilea, tA —After presenting hie credentials to Uag Oeorg* today, Jobn W. Paste foe new American ambassador to Oreat Britain, and Mrs. Davis, bad luncheon with Una Oeorg* and Queen Mary aad other miiinasrs of the royal household at Buckingham Palace. SEE MM* LAMB AT COME AMD Sia DANCE. WMIJHTB VOCAL ORCHESTRA. ELL-MAC FRIDAY NKIHT. SHOOTING IT WELLSVILLE Wellsville, Ol, Dec. 18.—A. M. McOal* an employe of the Adams Express company here, ls suffering a alight bullet wound la hie hip, aad llioK Varlarais, Greek, proprietor tt fos Hub confectionery at the oorner of Third aad Main .streets, ls awaiting a preliminary hearing before Mayor Oeorge B. Imbrl* under $600 bond, a* a result of a shooting scrape, alleged to hav* taken Maes yesterday in the Greek's place of business. McGale, who la said to be about 81 year* * of as*, ia alleged to have resented a remark made by tk* proprietor regarding a bill, which tbe lat tar claimed MoOale owed him. Words followed during which McOal* is aald te bave Insulted the proprtetor** wlf* who was working at a restaurant counter. Varlarais, it is said, reached for ■ revolver beneath tbe counter SBd pointing lt at McGale pulled the trigger. The shot went wild, passing through a small pair of scales and lodging fo Mc* Gales hip. Dr. E. W. Swift was summon* ed a tew minute* later and dressed th* wound. Th* wound is not serious. Varlamls, it ts alleged, told th* polk* that lie thought that tb* cartridges in the livelier wer* blank. He stated that h* bad emptied the cartridge* trot* (na gtAi during the reseat peaos celebration aad did not kaow lt had baaa reloaded. Independent Socialists Made Bitter Attacks Against Premier Ebert. M. E. HUNK OFFICE Completing a Four Story Flna New Offloe Building. , Tk* Morgan Engineering Company have a new i offlo* buUdlng Bearing completion which will do credit ta tee company aad to tte city. Tto building is located on tto east side of the old shop buUdlng ln the place where the overhead entrance to tke shop from Broadway was formerly located. The building M of brick, four stories high, 86 feet long and 40 -feet wide, witk the Interior of mahogany finish, in an artistic manner by experienced decorators. The fourth floor will ks used ss a drawing room, tks third floor will be used for execuUve offices sad tto second and first floor* for production offices. Workmen oa tke building are working over Ume to have the structure completed early te tto new year. SALEM DENTIST DEM Dr. John Whlnery Dies at tes Bome From Paeamoala. BaJem, Ol, Dee. 18.—Dr. John Whlnery. a prominent young man aad dentist of thla city, died at hla home here Wednesday afternoon, aged 28 years, of pneumonia. He was united by marriage ailk Mia* Rebecca Carey tw* yeara age. He wae a graduate of Salem high achool aad foe unlveralty -tt Pennsylvania at Philadelphia. He Ie survived by his wif* aad son, alee by hi* parents, one sister, Mrs. Virginia Bearlght, of Memphis, Tenn., and on* brother, Robert Whlnery, of Fort Dodge, Iowa. Tb* funeral wfll take piaoe from the home Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Br Aasoelatad Prsss to Tbs Review Paris, France, Dec. It.—The German government hearted by Friederlch Ebert haa resigned aa a result of events on Tuesday, according to a dispatch received at Zurich from Stuttgart, says the Journal's correspondent there. Friederlch Ebert, who wa* named ae Minister of tke Interior in the cabinet ef Prince Maximilian of Baden on November 8 and became Imperial Chancellor ea November 8, took command of the situation in Berlin foUowlng tke revolutionary uprising there. On November 18 tt we* announced that he had become premier aad kad choasn hi* cabinet, naming Hugo Haass, Phillip Schiedemann, Wilhelm Dlttman, Herr Landsberg aad Richard Barth as the secretary te charge of tke departments created by tke revolutionary government. Th* central congress of the delegates from soldiers' and workmen'* councils met fo Berlin en Monday. The first session resulted In disorderly ■ospss in which there were many personal encounters. On Tuesday turbulent scenes continued. Oeorg Ledebour, a dealer of the Independent Socialists, making a bitter attack upon Premier Ebert. BROTHER IM ILLUME Earl Wilson OI*s From Influensa AN Basemen Is st_Home In Burton. Salem, O., Dec. II.—-Word reached relatives here Tuesday night of tto. death of Eall WUson, 11, into died at his home tt Burton that night about 10:80, following aa Ulness trom Influenza and pneumonia. - Deceased was born and feared te Salem. He resided tore nnUl about four or five years ago, when to-wait to Burton. His wife was formerly Miss Clara Chappell of this dtp, lad she but' vlves with three children, Richard, Vera and Dale. Que brother, Rose Wilson, of Orand Rapids, Mich., and three half brothers, Wallace Hiddie- eon, of Beaver Falls, Pa., Albert Hldd- ieson, ot Alliance, and Wilbur Hldd- leson, ot Salem, also survive. 30,000 OL ELECTRIC CO. KIM STRIKE By Associated Preaa to Th* .Review Schenectady. N. Y, Pea. IA—Virtually all of the 28,000 employee of the General Electrlo Company's big manufacturing plant her* .walked out today ta sympathy with co-workers in the company'* plant at Erie, Pa. Organisation leader* requested them to prepare for a long struggle. By Aaaeelated PM*S te Tk* Review Plttafleld. Mass., Deo. 18.—-An orderly walk-out of 8600 ot th* (,000 employes ot the local pleat.Of foe Oeneral Electric company occurred today. Announcement waa mad* that the plant had planned te operate on short time beginning next Monday. By Assoelated Press to The Itevlew Fort Wayne, Ind, Dec 18.—Practically ell the employe* of th* Fort Wayne branch ef the General Electrte company numbering 4,000 *mt 8,000 men and women want en strike today te support of tb* Strike in the Erie branch of tb* company. Only foe offlo* forces remained at work. Thai* ia no disorder and Uttle confusion. 6RANTTUCKER WITH THE SUA DEAD Dies From Injury Due to Shell Shock on the Fields of France. CLEMENCEAU AND COL HOUSE CALL ON WILSON TODAY French Premier Confers With American President for Over an Hour. KING GEORGE TO WELCOME WILSON English Ruler Cancels Christmas Plans to Welcome the President FRENCH FARMERS WELCOME WILSON; ASK HIS HELP. By Associated Press to Th* Review Paris, France, Dec., II.—President Wilson was today banded sa address or welcome by the Central Union ot French Agricultural Association, on behalf of its 2600 affiliated organ I za flna a After pointing out the share that the rural Masses had la winning tlie victory for the Allies, tks address sets forth th* peculiar condition* under which French Agriculture ls operating and calls hla attention at tea peace conference that tke protection is necessary for Its normal development aad for the resumption agricultural efforts ln regions devastated by the wsj*. Germany Will Elect President on Dec. 29. By Assoclatsd Press to Th* Review Copenhagen Wednesday, Dec, 18.— The Oerman Government haa decided to convoke a conference af representatives ot aU tke elates of tes former Empire oa December 29 to elect s President of the Oerman republic, according to a Berlin -report Thla step ls said to hare keen taken in order to avoid fresh outbreaks. Baker Funeral Tke funeral services fop the Mia Fred N. Baker will ke held from his Ute residence 499 West Cambridge street at oaa o'clock p.m. Saturday. Interment will ke in itt. Union cemetery. Deesaaed waa a member of tke Christian church aad for a tim* waa asm Star/ et th* Sunday school. Friends may view the remain* at sny time after 7:00 o'clock: Friday evening. Take Qtaeeee to Sherer. DIED AT LEETONIA. Leetonia, O., Dec. 19.-—Mr*. Leland Parmer died.Tuesday l|HS_nlii| at 4:88 following an Ulna** from pneumonia- She la survived by bar husband and two children. The remalna ware taken to Bebring Wednesday afternoon for hartal. LOST—TICKET BOOK HI NORTHWEST PART OF TOWN. PINDER PLEASE RETURN TO SANITARY MILK CO. ANO RECEIVE REWARD. FOR SALE—UPRIGHT PIANO, 1126.00 OOOD CONDITION. VER* HON PIANO CO, MARKET ARCADE. WANTED—TRUCK DRIVER. D. W, FISHER GROCERY. ARMY TRANSPORT* DUE. By Assoclatsd Press to Tha Itevlew Newport News, Vs.. Dec., 19.—Two snap transport*, the Martha Washington with the 118th field arUUery sad th* Mercury with 800 sick aad wound f aboard, were expected to reach this port today. The military authorities, hsve granted permission for the artillery unit to participate in a parade arranged hy civic organizations. DISORDERS IN WEST* PRUSSIA. By Associated Press to The B**t*# " Zurich, Switserland, Dee. 19.— <Havaa)*—8erious disorders kaaa broken out at Daniig, Weet Prussia, according te dispatches received here. Civil sad military prisons have been opened aad tke inmates set at liberty, and street fighting le reported. DISTINCTIVE PHOTOGRAPHS OP SUPERIOR QUALITY FOR CHRIST. MAS GIFTS. MAKE YOUR AP* FomTMEMf early *Jr r»a SCHOCH STUDIO. O. A PHONE 4244. \jWSjTSa Im, Wo U L T R V, VEAL CALVES, UGHT HOGS ANO PIGS. HIGHEST PRICES. DAMASCUS PROVISION CO. H. U SLAGLE, MOR. PHONE S, DAMASCUS, OHIO. Try Sharer-* fl Gli Orant R. Tueker M another of tke soldiers of Alliance to sacrlflce SM Ufe on the altar af hla country, and ln the great eaaae of humanity, word ot his death h»lnt received by ilia wife, Mrs. Edna Tucker, 389 1-t West Main street, Wednesday, na death occurred October 18 and was due to shell shock sustained oa tho 8th at October, able dapa prior to death. ltl. Tucker was 24 years old, reared ln Baat Llyerpool, the greater part of his Bib having been passed there. Ba was a member ot Co. K aad prior to the entrance of tk* Halted States ia the war saw sm >lus oa tke Mexican border. September II, 191T, he went to Montgomery, Ala, beginning hla great war work and from there was transferred to Camp Lee. Juae 13 of tke present year ke went oversea, he being a member ef the 87th Division. For two or three years prior to entrance in tks War the home had been in Alliance he being a driver te the employ of W. L. Rockhill of the Spring Water lee Co. JBeside the wife he 1* _mn\*tA W his paints. Mr. sad Mrs. Ti. tt. T^efcsr these residing in Best Liverpari. two, brother* sndnaai* sister. Oae ortne brothers 1# also a soldier la ths aervlc*. By Assoclatsd Press to The Rsvlsw Paris, France, Dec. 19.—Premier Cle« menceau and Colonel E, M. House visited President Wilson this morning at his Paris residence, the Murat mansion. The callers arrived at the presi* dential residence st about 10 o'clock. The Preach premier and the President were engaged for more than an hour in an intimate discussion. Colonel House also conferred with the President during the morning. The President's engagement for the day caused him to postpone his plans for recreation but he hoped to take a short drive with Mrs. Wilson. An Invitation has been extended the President to visit London at Christmas time but it is improbable thst ha wlll accept as he has planned to dine Christmas day with the American troops in the fleld. Matrimonial Experiences of Piper Being Probed By Associated Press to Tha Review Muskegon, Mich., Dee. Ou—-The matrimonial eaperienoee of Mile H. Piper, local lnsuranoe man, accused of having murdered Mis* Frieda Welchman. Chicago bookkeeper, after an automobile trip iMt'ng several month* In 1816, were being Investigated by th* polio* here today. ,, Interest, in the accused man's paat HI* WS* sllllllllsiad 1st* yesterday when lt waa established by statements from him and his prasent wife, according to Sheriff Carl Stauffer tkat la 1908 ke wa* married at Benton Harbor to Mlas Iva Qoodenough, a 18-year-old school girl. They wer* divorced two years later. Letter* which Piper wrote to hla present wife during tbe automobile trip which he admit* making with Mlaa Welchman ara being sought tar the police today. The** letter* Mrs. Piper told the authorities disappeared from bar trunk after she found har little son playing with them. Sheriff Stauffer baa admitted that tke oas* developed by tke authorities agalnat Piper Ome ter is a purely circumstantial one. Piper'* Identification aa the man who wae married to Mlas Welchman, ke added, aaa aot been legally established. Seven Steamers Start Home With U. S. Troops. By Aseeelated tttttt te The Review Waahlngton, D. C, Dec 19.—Returning hem* on tb* transport Oeorge Washington which Balled from Franc* December 18, the War Department announced today are the 189th field artillery; batteries A. B, D, aad B and headquarters Company of tke 187th Beld artillery: 88 offlcers of the 188th Bald artillery and a number of caa- Caauals also are returning on tha uli iiimiiB Bsxnija which sailed Decern/ IkS*ldf Mssieslii. 'BBMB sallsd December 18, and Heredla, Cartago, Stxaola, aad Beliatrix, December 1A On all aeven ahlp* than are about foar 'hfuaand offlcers and men. TO INTERN STRAY TEUTONS. By Associated Prsss to Tb* Review Paris, France, Pes lln tflillkS) Austro-Oerman aoldtors who kave been rounded up in European and Asiatic Turkey by the Allle* wfll be transported tajkaace for Internment until peaee la declared. AdaHiaf t. 9. C. Arnet, Frsaefc high commissioner at Constantinople has requlstioned sll Oerman vessels te Turkish ports sad will use thsss te transporting tk* Austro-Oerman prisoners to Stance. DAIRYMEN AMD FARMERS. THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL CALLED MEETING POR ALL DAIRYMEN AHD FARMERS ON SATURDAY EVENING, 080. 21, IN THE OLD O. A. R. HALL. IT IS YOUR DUTY, MR, OAIRYMAM AND MR. FARMER. TO BE AT THIS MEETING PROMPTLY AT 7:10 O'CLOCK. LABORERS WANTED—SOo PER HOUR. APPLY CONTRACTOR, AMERICAN STEEL FOUNDRY. SUM- NEIt-SOLLITT CO. =f= London Wanta Prealdent. By Associated Press to Tb* Review London, England, Wednesday, Dec 18.—If President Wilson arrives in England, Thursdsy of next week, as it is Intimated he will, find England holiday *»*hl*»E as th* day after Christmas M "boxing dap." Throughout the Ualted Kingdom business wlll be at a standstill December 28. President Wilson will also And that many people are away foam London because this year many business houses are giving their employes a woes'* vacation to enable them to spend the holidays in the country. * King Oeorge and the members of the ropel family, MM to spend the Christmas holidays at Sandringham bat they ma> change their plans if'the President comee to England next Thuraday. By Assoelated Press to Tha Revlsw . London, England, Wednesday, Doo< 18.—News tkat Presideat Wilson considers coming te London next week was received by the British Government through an official channel today. It caused considerable surprise and necessitated a harried reconsideration ot plans by Premier Lloyd Oeorge who had Intended to meet "the President for a* brief conference in Paris and then proceed to Monte Carlo for a few, dsys rest. The President will be welcomed whenever he arrives, hut the date now proposed—December 26—ls handicapped so far as the public aad the officials sre concerned. December 26 M a holiday and ls known as "boxing dsy," sa occasion peculiar to England. Att. Vko have country homes and Ilea la fi-na**-"1!. trom tte King down, spend that day Ta tke country. Business in London customarily is at a standstill) }to arrangements for the visit of the American Presideat has been made up to today because tbe government wished to consult witk John W. Davis, the new American ambassador. The American embassy kad no information of the reported change ln the President's plans. Premier Licyd Oeorge has postponed his vlalt to France and the preliminary conversations between the President, aad tks Premier which would have been held in tbe French capital will be held in London. King te Welcome President. By Aaaoclated Press to The Review London, England, Saa. 19.—King Oeorge, tt was announced today, has cancelled the arrangement which provided tkat ke sbould go to Sandringham palace for Chriatmaa aad be Wfll remain la London Instead to welcome President Wilson. Need Grade Teachers. Columbus, O., Dee. It.—Qualified grade teachers ar* needed ta several Ohio schools. Opportunities for *xpet» lenced woman teacher* of this top* ware announced by tbe Teachers' Division, Ohio Defense Council today. -Many well qualified and experienced woman teachers went tato war work. They are now being released and will undoubtedly seek school work again. Oils for a number et them bave beea received," aald a statement Issued to- Qualified teachers sre told to communicate with tbe Teacher*' Dlvlslo->, Ohio Defena* CouncU, 14 East Oay street, Columbus, Ohla COAL. Crescent lump cosl, |6.60 per ton, Terms cash. Prompt delivery. Bell phone 668-B, O. S. 2722. Ailiaaee Ice A Coal Co. * -GUARDIANS OF LIBERTY. ROLL OAU. PRIDAY, DECEMBER 20. COME. ALL MEMBERS uaaBO TO ATTEND. GOOD TIME FOR LUNCH AND SMOKER. COME. WANTED—TWO PAINTERS AND ONE GLAZIER. APPLY AT NEW BUILDING AMERICAN STEEL FOUNDRY. aUMNWI-SOLUTT^IU D$| FB|fVNCIS| I Moving Pictures E*1 Columbia Theatre _jfa Tonight Admission FREE * > : ,:y.:'''iz7r.<=: ■<■■•.r■•.■:. *.' ■■ '_."■... .-■■-/::i-'1 r,i .*' > * '.
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1918-12-19|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||December 19, 1918|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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V01LXXXL, NO. tl5.
ALLIANCE, OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1918.
TWO CENTS—DELIVERED 12c A WEEK.
BEO GROSS HEAD
471 Adults Added and 893
Juniors Put on Roll
SHOPS AND STORE
GO OVER THE TOP
Per Cent Class Grows
Tbnradar found the Red Cross
Christmas Roll Call campaign moving
along la good shape and Allianoe will
make an excellent showing when the
final reports are filled st the end of
th* week. The workers are enthus
lastic snd la most instances th* clti
sens solicited greet them with court*