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Tba Review reoefvee tha fatt report of Tha lalsiwaMsiisI Howe Sen/ios. giving tha asws of tha entire world tho satis dsy. jSfe 1-91$ rifrm MIIjj AND LEADER Wf WEATHER*— Local showers tonight ami Sundsy. Barometer 29.20, Indicating unsettled; temperature 68, cloudy, threatening. fPL. XXVm.fK). 233. ALLIANCE, OHIO, SATURDAY, aJTBqg to, 1916. TWOCENT& HUGHES WINS UNANIMOUSLY; T m MOOSERS NAME ROOSEVELT HOflSEVELT IS ; Nii 1 MOOSE GlEEHlLDLr Former President la Unanimous Choice of the Progressive Convention PERKINS UNABLE TO HOLD DOWN THE LID Hopes of Naming Senator Lodge Blasted as T. R.'s Advice is Unheeded bv qeorqe t. fry i ataff Correspondent International Nsws Servlee Convention Hsll, Auditorium ■■ Chicago, June 10.—Theodore Roossvslt was unanimously nominated for President of the United States by ths Progressive conven tion thto afternoon at 12:31 o'elook. ( Ths nomination waa mads amid Vie moat exciting scene* and it M fotlowsd by a mighty demonstration. Henry J. Allen Immediately sftsr he learned the Republicans hsd nominated Justice Hughes said he knew Col. Roosevelt ' would aacspt the Progressive nom- I inatlon. ' In vain did George W. Perkins* '■ Chslrmsn of the Progressives, flght to hold back the mad Moose until She forlorn .hope of naming Senator Lodge had been finally bltetsd. Ths Progressives recessed till 3 o'clock. Secretary Davis read * notice telling the delegates te got ready to go borne..- The notice explained the railroad arrangements Slid assured them that the convention woald be ended be fore <S o'clock tonight Tbe police line before tbe •stage was removed as suddenly aad as silently as it had appeared. The Moose bad come fully lata their own. Chairman Robblns introduced Secretary-Davis to explain the rules so that the convention could if it wished nominate without the formality of a roll eall. "Do you waat me to explain tha en- ■ tirs parliamentary situation," asked Davis. "I do,' said the chairman. "The rules adopted," said tta vis, "provide tbat immediately following the adoption of a platform, tte nomination of a n>n$fd|f> for president ls la order. The rules require that upon a nomination for the presidency the roll must be called. Some questions mmtm put to me this morning with reference to the roll .call betag done away with. The only way this caa be done ls ta mora for a suspension of the rules. That motion must ba made by a majority of tbm' delegation from cue state and seconded by the majority from the delegation from ona state aad. seconded by the majority from tha delegations of tour states. Then the president could te nominated by acclamation," New York moved to suspend the ynlas for tha purpoae at tte proper time ot permitting a nomination without roll call. Indiana. Kentucky, Ida* ho, Maine and a chorus mt states seconded tte motion. WANTED—For Monday morning, 8 teams with dump wagons, also 15 laborers on Seneca St, near Main St; good pay. Call $169 0. S. phone. Root Mellor, Contractor. 'CEMENT WORKERS WANTED. NINE GOOD MEN FOR GENERAL WORK. ADDRESS BOX S. $ffi NOTICE K. O. T. M. 220. DISTRICT MANAGER P. J. MCBRIDE OP CLEVELAND, WILL BE AT aLAWg TENT, ALLIANCE, ON TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 13. ALL MEMBERS REQUESTED TO <BS PRESENT. 8. P. KEENER, COM. FOR SALE—Dandy aaw 6 ratal house, finished sttic.j All modera Improvements; Ideal location. Terms ta suiL See Dr. 0. H. Ross, 1 to 3 or 7 to 8 p. m., thto weak' only. CALL OF THE MOOSE. MEMBERS HM REQUESTED TO MEET AT CLUB.ROOMS SUNDAY AT 10:30 A. M. TO ATTEND WWSt. ERAL OP OUR DECEASED SRO, WM. COOPER. BYRON SHARPNACK, Diet Standard Bearers of the Republican and Progressive Parties Farmer President Theodore Roosevelt who was named by the Progressives this" sfternoon oa' tte third par ty ticket. JUSTICE HUGHES ACCEPTS BY mtmW EDWIN NEVIN I. N. 8. Staff Correspondent Coliseum, Chicago, Jnne 10.— "Justice Charles Evans Hughes, accepts ths nominstlon." This statement, made Just a moment before "the Republican national convention adjourned sine die this afternooa settled What wffl' go down in history as . one of the most remarkable puzzles of American political rec- ° orde. It eclipsed even tbe work of the convention which had gone farther than aay Republican guttering ever weat ta pledging the party ia its platform to a program of prepared, ness and Americanism aad to a policy of radicalism that had amazed the conservative wing of tha party. The ticket named was: ■ For president, Charles Evans Hughes Of New York. . For rice president, Charles Warren Fairbanks, of Indiana. Aad the party leaden profess- ed to be extremely confident that they would have the support' for that ticket of Theodore Roooe- velt and all the big members of the Progressive party. Ttey declared that the eery announcement that the Justice Hvould accept tbe nomination was a. bid fbr this support and oae that could aat te criticised. Aad they insisted that when his real views were knows to the: Progressives who have been criticising him because he had refused to make any statement during the struggle for tte nomination they would be considered acceptable aad be would have tta support df tte rank and file of tte Fro* gressive party. Wi4-' Justice Charles Evans Hughea was nominated this afternoon on the third ballot by tte Republican national convention. ■ -, Hughes Rt Bench delegates torn t. r:s LODGE IS Justice of the Supreme Court is Named on the Third Ballot. Receiving 949% Votes After Stampede Had Been Started by Delegates Who Clamored For Seata on the Band Wagon—Roosevelt Gets Only 18% Votes, Lodge 7, Weeks 3, LaFollette 3 and Dupont 3. Progressive Refuse to Accept Hughes, Recommended by Peace Conferees. NO STATEMENT NOW SAYSJOOSEYELT International Itsee Service. Oyster Bay, N. Y., June 10.—"I have ne statement te make at thie time," eald Col. -Roosevelt this afternoon whew he learned that the Republicans had nomlnsted Justice Hughes and the Progressives had nominated himself fer pres I de nL POR SALE—One lot on Weat Wayne St.; said cheap if sold at once. CaB SM7 O. S. or 435 MM. Uatoa. FIBAISJ ACCEPT International Newa Bervlee. __\_____t^k Indianapolis, lad., Juaa 10.— Charles Warrea Fairbanks wae this afternoon preparing a formal statement oa tte action of the RepubUcan convention te nominating him • for tha rice presidency. He refused to comment, bat will accept tte nomination. SCHOOL REUNION The fifth annual school reunion Chestnut Ridge mt Sponseller district. Canton and Waynesburg road today. A picnic dinner waa a feature aad a aloe time waa had. CLAIM ADJUSTER HELD: SENT OBSCENE LETTER Columbus,' O., Juaa 10—Charged Wtth misusing the mails, Willard Porter, of Dennlson, claim adjuster of tha Pennsylvania railway wtth headquarters at Pittsburgh. Porter is accused of sending an obscene letter la August 1914 to Miss Linna List, of Dennlson, former school teacher. He was indicted oa two counts.. /r Bend was fixed at $2500. Trial was tentatively set fer June SI. Washington, O. C, June 10—Justice Charlea E. Hughes this afternoon accepted the Republican nomination for tte Presidency snd resigned from tha supreme court af tte United States. Ha issued ths foUowlng atatement: •To ths President: "I hereby resign the office of associate Justice of the supreme oourt ef the United States. ^/1 W "I am, air, respectfully yours, . "CHARLES E. HUGHES" Hughea* statement of the acceptance of ths Republican nomination follows: i "Hon. Warren Q. Harding, chairman Republican National Commit* tee, Chicago, III. .:£,(' - "Mr. Chairman aad Delegstes: , I havs not desired tte nominstlon. I hsvs wished te remsln en tte tench. But, In thla critical period ef our national history, I recognise that It le yeur right te summon and my paramount duty to respond. You speak at a time of national exigency, transcending merely • partisan consideration. You voles ths demand fer a dominant thor. >ough Americanism, wltt Arm protective-upbuilding policies essential te our peace and security, and te that call in this crisis I csnnot fall te answer with the pledge mt all that le In me te ths servios of our eoun- ■ try. Therefore, I accept the nomlna tion. "I stand for ths firm aad unfllnch Ing msintenance of all tta rights of.. American citizens on land and eea. I neither Impugn motives ner un* dsrsstimste difficulties. "But is mors regrettably true that ht our foreign relations wa have suffered incalculably from tte weak and voclllatlng course which haa been tsksn aa regarde te Mexle o—a course lamentabe. "We Interfered without consistency and while Basking to dietate when we were not conoerned, we utterly failed te appreciate and die- a charge our pUin duty to. our citlce no," CORONER HERE Coroner Douds of Canton, eame to the city Saturday afternoon to hold aa Inquest as to tba death of Helea, tte little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Williams, ea Front street. Death came following illness ot measles. OANNA BULBS POM BALB, 29c OOZEN. BELL 979-R. LAWN MOWERS GROUND fl.00. BOTTOMLEY MACHINE CO. Special Chicken Dinner 25c Sunday at Rail Rosd Restaurant, 781 E. Main St. SUNDAY DINNER 26c; ERSKINE'S. Chicken Dinner Sunday: Delicatessen. Take broken watches to Sharer. REBEKAHS ELECT. One candidate was elected tar membership at the regular meeting of the Rebekahs on Prlday evening at the I. O. O. F. Temple. Mrs. P. E. McConnell waa elected Noble Grand and Ida. C. E. Barnard, vice grand. At tta first meeting in July the laatalla* tion ef officers will' take place. The district convention will be held ia Alllaaee oa July 29. New ratea have been purchased for the degree staff. The next regular meeting will te July 23. There will te inltiatkm.W^ BISHOP BURT T GOME Illness Prevents Buffalo ■ Clergyman From Preach ing Here Sunday The Rt. Rev. William Burt, Methodist Episcopal Bishop of Buffalo, wbo . was te have preached the annual sermon to the Christian associations of Mt. Union college, in the Union Avenue M. E. church has telegraphed ttat. because of illness he will be unable to be here bat that he has aent the Rev. Dr. C. E. Guthrie, minister ot the Richmond Avenue M. E. church of Buffalo. Because ot the illness of Dr. W. H. . McMaster, president of the college, the annual baccalaureate sermon will be preached by Dr. I. T. Headland ot) the college faculty. Ttto broken glasses to Sharers Chicken Dinner Bunday? Delicatessen, jean be fouad. SEEK MANJND ML Police throughout tttt section of the stata have teas asked by Prose cuting Attorney Fred. W. McCoy, of Carroll county, aud Mayor Morrow ot Carrollton, to aid ia locating a mtm named Charles Wbeadley, aged thirty, a patter, and a fourteen year old girl who are said to have disappeared from Carrollton a week ago. It le said tte couple were seen in Canton. Wbeadley several months ago married the sister af the girl who ls aow being sought. The elder sister was only It years of age when she was ■is 11 UK Tha a Ifs and tte mother are proetrated, it is stated. ; Mr. McCoy says that Wbeadley came ta Carrollton within the pact year aad played ea tte Carrollton baseball team. "The youngest at tte two sisters, wto Is missing, wears ter hair in a braid down her back and ia pretty. We have sent information out to the police of many cities aad I believe Wbeadley wtB te picked ap soon. "The father of the girls wants his daughter back aad wants Wbeadley • punished. He will prosecute him tf te NOTES CHANGE MAN win Palrmount Make Addressee at Grange Hall. L. 3. Taber, master of the Ohio State Grange aad J. A. McSparren, master of lte Pennsylvania State Grange wiQ speak at Fairmount Grange hall, south of Alliance, Friday, June 30. The meeting wffl te an open oae aad tte fhet of these noted men of tha order being present a large attendance is assured. Tte public ia cordially invited ta tear these talced ed speakers. SUMMER SCHOOL WORK A meeting of all pupils, who wfll take aummer school work at tte high school building Wffl te bold Monday morning, Jaae 12, at 9:89. High school pupils wffl meet in room No. 1 and grade pupils in room No. 3. Wort wffl tesla Monday June 19 and continue eight weeks. Pupils who take summer school work should come with tte recommendation of thetr toasters aad' principals. BY JOHN EDWIN NEVIN Coliseum, Chicago, 111., Jun* 10.—At exactly 12:20 this afternoon Justice of the Supreme Court Charles Evans Hughea of New York was made thd Republican presidential candidate in s convention that was remarkable for the solemnity of its proceedings. lite nomination was arrived at following the announcement that the Progressive National convention had tabled without considers* tion the request of the Republican convention that it consider die availability of Justices Hughes as a candidate... Ani Just a few moments before the roll call that nominated the justice was completed the news came from the rival convention that CoL Roosevelt had been nominated by acclamation by the Progressives. That Col. Roosevelt will refuse to run as the Progressive candidate and will support Justice Hughes if he announces his views on the question of militarism and international affairs is sufficient strength to satisfy the colonel was ths opinion of all the leaders. They placed this construction on the letter which Col. Roosevelt sent them today and. which was read to the convention. The official third ballot was: Hughes 949 1-2; Weeks 3; Roosevelt 18 1-2; Dupont 5; LaFollette 3; Lodge 7; Absent 1. Total 986. Former Vice President Chsrles Fairbanks of Indiana was nominated for Vice President. While waiting for the clerks to tabulate the official ballots the delegates all began marching around the hall with banners pennants and wildly cheering. it was 12:66 when Senator Harding announced ttet Justice Hughes had been named as the candidate of the convention. He then asked: , "Under the rules the chairman saw is authorized to ask whether tto pleasure of the. convention this nomination te made unanimous.** "Tes. yes" went up pries fro mall over tto House. A. J. Moore of Pennsylvania, was recognized and moved ttet the nam!* nation be made unanimous. The .motion was seconded by Senator Lodge of Massachusetts. While the official count of the waters was being compiled a wild demonstration was started for Hughes. Tbe tend played America and wltb a shout, down came tte standards and an aisle parade began. Indiana aad Ohio led tte parading mob tet within a minute every standard la tte big hall was oat ef its place and wavin~ over tto sea of shrieking heada that surged up one aisle and dowa tte atter. "Hughes aad Fairbanks" shouted the Indiana delegates as they swept through tte crowd. Tte leaders ia s series of conferences had practically agreed on Fairbanks for Vice President and tte delegstes knew it. "Michigan stewed the way" yelled a leather lunged Wolverine delegate aad tto crowd redoubled Its racket. Tbe aisles became eo choked that tts procession eeuld move oaly at a snail's pace. The baad played "Dixie" aad tta cheering drowned out all after tte flrst few bara. • "Hughes, harmony and home defense" was affixed to tta New York standard aad-it Joined tte parade. Senator Lodge took tte platform amid a atoms of cheers. ", "This convention has choaen aa tts oandidate a strong,. upright maa aad a real American. He should have tts support, aot only of all Republicans, tet of all who believe that four years more of Democratic rule would ruin the country. I aeeoad the motion ta make tte nomination unanimous." When Senator Harding pot tta question a roaring chorus af "ayes" greeted it. i I (Continued ea sage 10.) WILL ACCEPT Chicago, III., Jnne 10.—Senator Harding said ttia afternoon that to had teen told that tto message of Mr. Hughea' acceptance ef tta nomination wae on its way to him bat that tta convention nead aot watt tap tt to come. Announcement that Hugbea had accepted was rec- celved by a round of cheers and handclapping. STATE CONVENT! Tha state convention of tto Daughters of Veterans will te held is Marl* on next week The sessions will be -presided over by the stats president, Mre. J. W. Rosenberg, assisted by tta state secretary Mlee Austie Knowles, of* this elty. Among otter Daughters of Veterans who will attend tte sessions are Mrs. Clara Taylor, Mrs. W. T. King, Wsa Sarah Peterson, Misa Fern Miller and Miss Burnette Rosea* terg. —The condition of Dr. J. A. Ulman remains about the aame at St. Lake's hospital ia Cleveland. H LOST—Bunch of 8 or IS keys Frldsy. Finder pleaae leave si. Review office and receive reward.' ALLIANCE VAXES REACH NEARLY $00,000 Tax collections la Alliance for the past three days this week have reached nearly $60,000, County Treasurer Coldren eald Saturday. This Is oas of the largest outside collections ever made from the Stark office, lt Is said. Friday's collection at Alliance amounted to |18',263.56 while on Thursday ISS.S44.49 wad taken ia. Deputy Treasurer Wilson and Chief Clark Brenner \ are at Minerva "fiitytdar and will flniBh tto oat* aide Juaa collections this evening. Tax money is coming in rapidly at the office in the court houae and Tisaearei Coldren said ttat many | tax-payers ware taking advantage of I tbe opportunity to take est their tax I lists, taken them borne aad leak them |over and thea mall ia or bring in i later their taxes.
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1916-06-10|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||June 10, 1916|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
|File Size||35292496 Bytes|
Tba Review reoefvee tha fatt report
of Tha lalsiwaMsiisI Howe Sen/ios.
giving tha asws of tha entire world
tho satis dsy. jSfe 1-91$
WEATHER*— Local showers tonight
ami Sundsy. Barometer 29.20, Indicating unsettled; temperature 68,
fPL. XXVm.fK). 233.
ALLIANCE, OHIO, SATURDAY, aJTBqg to, 1916.
HUGHES WINS UNANIMOUSLY;
MOOSERS NAME ROOSEVELT
; Nii 1 MOOSE
Former President la Unanimous Choice of the Progressive Convention
PERKINS UNABLE TO
HOLD DOWN THE LID
Hopes of Naming Senator
Lodge Blasted as T. R.'s
Advice is Unheeded
bv qeorqe t. fry
i ataff Correspondent International
Convention Hsll, Auditorium
■■ Chicago, June 10.—Theodore
Roossvslt was unanimously nominated for President of the United
States by ths Progressive conven
tion thto afternoon at 12:31
( Ths nomination waa mads amid
Vie moat exciting scene* and it
M fotlowsd by a mighty demonstration. Henry J. Allen Immediately sftsr he learned the Republicans hsd nominated Justice Hughes said he knew Col. Roosevelt
' would aacspt the Progressive nom-
I inatlon. '
In vain did George W. Perkins*
'■ Chslrmsn of the Progressives,
flght to hold back the mad Moose
until She forlorn .hope of naming
Senator Lodge had been finally
Ths Progressives recessed till
Secretary Davis read * notice telling the delegates te got ready to go
borne..- The notice explained the railroad arrangements Slid assured them
that the convention woald be ended be