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— m Yoo may not know the result of tha "•'residential Election but you can the result of a classified ad.— THE ALLIANCE BEVHTO T AN! J Ki.AI.RH THE WEATHER. STiowrr^ prnhhblo tonlcht anil Sat- nnl.i.' ; somewhat lovrrr trmp^ratar-ft. Karrrnrtrr ilf-'lM: trniprratnro 71 at 10 n. m. flnuit>. At oim" o'r-to-ck p. m. l*w*- nrnctf-r •_vi^!',; irmprniturt** ***0. Clondy. VOL. XXXIII. No. 40 TWENTY PAGES ALLIANCE. OHIO. FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1020. run si*: cents—delivered isc a week. POLES SAVAG DEFEND TILE SENATE UN SMGE *a*ta*f" Action Taken Was First Definite Indication of Relative Strength 7 VOTES~NECESSARY FOR RATIFICATION Throng Galleries as Fight For Nineteenth Amendment is Launched 1126.96.36.199.\. (By Aa-ant-inted I'ress) IVAHHVU.I.i:, TKNN, An*. 13— The TetuH-fcM-a* wnali- taaaLar ratl/at-d tbe waaman *• u i I'ra t\ - uiua-ndma-ot. The volo was *■■"' to l- uri,r.KTi>. (By Associated l'ra-aiO RAI/KK1I1. Auk. HI.—.Suffrage -son the Initial battle lo tha- North Carolina, h-glslBtur** today whaui by a vote of 7 to 1 Ihe i-oiistllullonal commltle*. of Uie I'pper Honse fa- yorably reported a ratification rea* elation. (Pv Associated Press) NASHVII.U*; Tenn., Aug. ]3.—The fi-rht on the federal woman suffrage amendment began In Iho HLito t-.enato today. Tho first artion taken was lo table a minority rc**ort of tho senate committee which uri;a-al no action on the resolution and offered as a suhsti- tute for the favorable majority report Which ravommended adoption. The vota* to table the minority report was 23 to 10 This was the first definite indication of the strength of cither sldas. Seventeen Votes are necessary for ratification by the senati*. There was not an Inch of available apaeo In the galleries unoi-cupied wh'n aenate convened today. Joint action by the hnu.se and senate had been urged for today but the house committee an nouna-eal that It would naat submit Its report until Monday. Leaders expected that a vote would be reached In the Senate beforo today's session waa over. HOYALTY TO Bt PRESENTllUl.flQ Q 1*1 J11 DT OPENING OF SEVENTH KJ1 pnt,TrCT OLYMPiflD DT ANTWERP bLIbLK liUNIul STILL JN.000BT May Require Official Count to Determine Winner for Chief Justice Office LITTLE CHANGE IN DAVIS' LEAD ERWIN R. BERGDOLL ON WAY TO TRIAL fRy Associated Pr*-***■* 1 ANTWKiU', Auk 13—DreH« reh .wr- »*.t] fnr tomorrow's c»prnins "1* the prm! f-l.idiura when1 ihf- s*»vr*nth Olyinpi i<J will to h* Id wiu* helil today. The nth- l**tf*a Indulged ii- only lipht train.nj; thi*-* morning- VirtuaJ.y all contestants ar« t'.uw in th« city. Albert, King of the Bel-elans, Queen I-.ljza.beth and their eons; CarcMnaJ Mer- cjfT, and many other notable fiKuns will witness the c* rc-inoni^M tomorrow The American contingent will l>e led hy* Patrick Mr Donald, who stainhn*; -"i-1*- foet, h inches, tall. wiU carry th- American flap. The standard bpann*-- ih»* name t"riitod States, carried l-y H. I ID'hncr, American water polo learn who w.in piven that honor because tie had been a compcti-or ln three Olympic games. Aileen Allen, the 12 year-old American girl diver, will be the youngest conte-atant in the parade. The olde-at competitor will !>e Mr. Swan, a Swede. ■Al.o. aJthnugh "2 years of txsjf*. helped h:s nation's rifle team to win f.i>L plac. Tho streets hern are arched with de<- nraUve and beflagged structures, wh:!'- alonir the thoroughfares have been i rccted columns from which fly the flags of competing nations. The flower ttciis in the various public squares of the city have offered opportunity for florists who have erected great hhields bearing the J^itin motto of the olympiad ;tnd other appropriate designs. RELIEF CONTINUE TO THE POLISH E F00 /■fjj-j] IF PERMITTED TO BE IN OFFICE ONTJIJECEMBER (By Aaam-latad Preaa) MEXICO CITY. August 1.1 -Estahan Cantu. the governor «■ f lower California Is willing to abandon Ills rebellion agaimu Iho government if he is permitted to remain In office until Iiooemtaer when he agroes'to surrender office to the successful a-andldate, according to advice received by the government. His proposition. It is believed, will not be excepted, becausae It would give him a chance to benefit from the export taxes from the new cotton crop and from the salmon and gambling confessions. Cantu has desisted trying to compel Cttineao and Japanese to Join his forces fearing tho displeasure of the t'nlted States, It Is slated In reports. A a-hart- f-red meamer the Mexico and the Mexican gunboat rroRreeia are* enroute from the -fast coast to Mazatlan by way of the Tan American canal. Permission for their transit through the water-way i having been obtained from the t'nlted | States govt»rnment. The boats will carry the aecaind expedition against Cantu i from Mazatlan. antl will probably ale- i bark the troops at l*!nscnada. BIRDMEN TO SPEND TWO DATS IN ALLIANCE fRv Associated Press) IaONXM'N. Aug. 13. — American relief workers will continue to care for Polish children they have been assisting for somo time, even if through the fortunes of war these ohildram fall Into the hands of tho Russian Bolsheviki. M. Kamrmfr, one i.f the heads of thr llolshevikl ir.-ide mission here, ha." (■(.inferraxl with W. I.. Hrown, director of the American Ib-Iirf Commission and according lo reports from Kussiain sources, has assured Mr. Hrown he will us" all efforts to Induce his government to afford protection for relief workers, tli-aerwe Tchitcln-rln. Bolsheviki Foreign Minister, Is also represented as favorably Inclined toward allowing the Americans to continue tlvlr work*. In some .|uartera however, it is expected b** will stipulate that some of tho supplies will be .used to feed P.ussians ln I'oland. Tbo relii f association has tn Toland 1-o.onO tons of supplies worth approximately lln.nnn,mid. The gr< at* r part of _these has been mova-al to warehouses between Warsaw and the tlerinan frontier. 4t& The) Sherrlek Klyers will stop In Alliance over Raturday and Sunday with pne plane, It is announced. Tho Sher- lck brothers, whose homes are in Canon, have taa.cn nationally recognised for their feata ln flying, they having won tk. Cleveland to Canton aeroplane race which carried with lt a handsome prize. A number of Alliance pooplo who have taken trip, ln the clouds say that nothing compares with the sensations in the air. West Park has tx*en choeaen by the aviators Iwause of the exa-jellcnt ts-cDitie. for landing. Th. Sherrkks use a Curtis biplane and their machines aro speedy alngle- passenger plane, which hav*. made a big hit ln Canton and other cities throughout Ohio, Indiana and Pennsylvania. See the Eden and Easy Vacuutn washers before buying;. Jno. W. Rose Opposite P. O. EFFECTIVE AUG. 16TH, 1920, OUR SERVICE STATION WILL CLOSE AT 5:80 P. M. ELECTRIC SERVICE CO. POLICE REC0.E0 STOLEN WATCH AND TWO BOYS ARE PLACED UNDER ARREST Through the clever wor* of patrolman T. B. McC.hee o ft he police force the gold watch, stolen from the Zang Jewelry store Thursday morning has been recovered and two youthful suspects arrested, and turned over to truant officer, O. A. Richards. The boys accused of the theft gave their names Harry- Ouvlnone. aged 13. of 62 North Mahaining avenue, and Louts I.amot, aged 1". of 58 North Mahoning avenue. The two boya it is alleged made a full confession stating that after stealing the watch they hid It under a tool house useal by the sanction men of the Pennsylvania railroad from where It waa removed and later hid In an ash pile at the home of r.aunot.' In their confession it is allayed the boys stated they had stolen sums of money ranging from BO centa to $5 from one of the city banks which they frequently visited. Th. stolen watch was valued at JS6, being a gold cast Hamilton make. —HELP WANTED— STENOGRAPHERS. MACHINIST, CRANEMEN. ONE JANITOR, HELPERS, HANDY MEN, HEATERS AND LABORS WANTED. APPLY SOON AT EMPLOYERS ASSOCIATION ROOMS OVER CITY SAVING8 BANK A TRUST CO, BLDG. Leads Cole By About 17,000 While Willis Maintains Lead ot 50,000 UH.I.KT1.N. (lay Assuilalol Press) (OM.Mills, Aug. 13.—Practically ra-inpla'iM return* from 7-* ol tbe ".** caaiinlla*. In Ilia* Mate, and miisl of tlia'm elbrlal al the Secra'tary of Mala*'*, nilira* toalay noon, glia* I. T. .Ylarohnll. /..in.Millc. a la-ad of IH:!I uaa*r I rank \\. I.a'ica*rf .Spring. fit-Id. fa.r the lla'pultllcau Humiliation lor < hia-1 Ju>liae ol the Supreme Court. .Mar-hall bas 71,411) antes uud lielger lill,7»s. The race has l»a*eii one of the claasest un ihe Mate ticket. ( By Assuciata d Press l PULL'MIU'S, Aufj. u.-lieiurns toilay from Tui^day s primary election in Ohio It ft only one race un the t-late tuket still in di'iiia. That w.ts the one between prank \\*. tieiKc r of Springfic-ld and C. T. Mar- lslia.il. of Zuin*s\ ilie. lor ttie Republican .nomination for chit f justice of the supremo court. (Iflgcr wjs h-atiing hy 168 \ott-a on coinplele, unofticial returns from !»& counties. Tht- voto was: (K'lj-cr 6:',4J5, Marshall 6J.-77. Ycsttrilay-R i](.$q r.ice*3 l'or iho Democratic nomination for inited States senator, for ihe Jtepuhlican nomination tor state auditttr antl for the iicmo- t rutic nomination fur lieutenant go\er- nor wort* .ippiU"cntiy dt,*cidL*d d'-finltt-Iy j un late rturi.s. (onipl.-io unoftlci.il rciurns from all hut 60 precincts lit ll:t* sl;ilc ga\c \Y. A.J Julian of Ciiicir.rui'.. ,t |..ol of -,tj$' votes over .luilg'* A I'. l/.N. ll of Akron for tin* .lAcinocradc noriiinalion i'tir sen- Hinr. Tic \u[v w.i^: Julian til,ii-6; O'Neil 6^,ias. Tracy In Lead. Joseph T. Tracy of Portsmouth and Polumlius, had a lead c,f _*r,43 votes over K. M. Pulllngton, former state uu- illtor, for ihe ita-puhlican nomination for auditor on complete unollicial returns from all hut 74 precinct's. The vote w.ls; Tracy 103 073; r'ullington 100,430. Keturns from ri'SO precincts showed fc'lat.* Senator Howell Wright of Cleveland leading Karl 1> llioom of Howling llreen by 4,u7.'» \taev; for the Democratic nommutiou for lieuienant guva-rnor. Tlieir vote stood Writilit 60,36-. Bloom 5G..'S7. Additional returns did not .make any material change in iho vote of the leading candidates for other offices. With practically complete returns former Mayor Harry L* Davis of Cleveland had a lead of approximately 17.U00 (Continued on Page la.) P1I2I DENIES HIMSELF TO ALL IliTE R.VIEW E R S Score of Government Agents and Polerimen Keep Watch on Residence OTHER ARRESTS MAY BE MADE Investors Intrust Sum Variously Estimated at From $15,000,000 to $20,000,000 ( Fly Associate** I'ress) CHICAGO, Auk. KV- -other -arrest." aro ci'pi"t i*'il Vt i; lm i i h** rii'xt L'4 hnars, ns tlw fun lier r*_'.■-u !t \>t tho invost.pa [:«m of sp-iMtaculaj* f.n.LiK'iiiK u h)«*h In* k;in wlion t'liiirl«*K I'mizi's •snt'iant I*.,-* i*.\* i'h.i.ti,:'i i nnip iny f"ll uniior suspici" '*i Willi lln* liKi!M-'nf I'.-nzi".--. ;iff.i;i*s pn-l !>■ w* .1 :n hand, Aitnrnf-y (iyr.i-r.J Wi-s* inn Aili-n luus t urned Ins at I on tlon u> ■ »t *.*■!■ tiHin»*\-in*Lk'ng cutor;>ri-'s w hir-li i.s cl'timt'iJ htivi* In on ooniiuctoil in \ lui.tl.i't. <>f th-- law .ind ti» Iho U>.'-s *>\ ton cri'iiuU'US m v os tors. 1'nr \i r* rn unod at hl.s home in Lox- intk'tt'ti totlay d< i.yinp: himself to inicr- .'iiwiTs. A so'io of men, Mippust-d in ho -lti-v ornin'nt .LKonts iuid polu-onion wo it in iho vi-'inity of his ropuionro appar- cnily with a vi- w to Kocpin^; wall li of l.i.s niovonnnt.s. GOVERNOR TO MAKE TWO BARGAIN IF SOLD AT ONCE— SEMI BUNGALOW. 8. W. SECTION OF CITY. HARDWOOD DOWN STAIRS, BUILT IN BOOK CASE8 AND FIREPLACE. MODERN IN ALL RESPECTS. DEAL DIRECT WITH OWNER. TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED. CALL BELL 877-L. THE "BON-TON H*T SHOPPE" 123 E. MAIN ST. MAKE A SPECIALTY OF PATTERNS AND READY TRIMMED HATS. (By Associatx-d Preas) COLtTMBPS, O., Aug. IS.—Governor Cox returned today from Camp Perry, Ohio, and planned to spend most of tit's tiay on the two addresses he will deliver tomorrow at Wheeling, W. Va_ an afternoon speajch at the Demawratln convention and a public addreaa ln the evening. National policies,, and politics al-ao, the governor Intimated today will tie the tha-mos of tomorrow's addresses. Hts Camp Perry address yesterday generally was non-polltieial and was featured by a declaration tor world peace by arbitrament without resort to war lf possible with honor. frail For more than forty eight hours there has been not an offender to be taken into municipal court. The rush against the bawaae venders by Uk^iI ajid Federal officers seems to have saiirasl the law violators in all classes and there have been no arrests. Watched hy an nrrret] scnti-y. Kiwln Knr'nlph TVi-pl'ill. rtinrped wl!h evading !lu* draft anai hi iiij a tie er'**r *n«in tl'e aim:,' in war tinie. is en trial at (!ovcrnor'.*= 1-liiml. l-.i-win is a Ito,! Iht i*f tlnnpr Cleveland Ilerg- doll, convicted d*<erta-r and fui^niv* Imm jn:-t '■•■>.. Lrwln I !•* ik'Ii*. 1 surrendered to'lhe military auihni ilies nn July 2'. after th% (lo.va-rnim nt had made an un.Kiicre.--sful *-'e.,rcli for the voting man for niot-% than two yearn. This snapshot of Hergiloll was made us lit* \*.*ii*i taken to face the rourtmar- lial at Fort Jay,.Governors Island. Soviet Support Diminishes With Increasing Distance From the CapitolatMoscow $20,000,000 InTolvod. IUiSToN, Auk- IS. S'.mo ■I'l.o-'ui in- \(*«Lors Hi trust t-d ;i total variously os timatod at from $15,000,<-00 to $_'*.'iuih.- not) to t 'h;ir!es l'onzi in a money making Miir-tiift whi< h postal officiaJn do- c! .trod lo ho at^'olutoiy impo^ihlu ol t'ullu.mo-it. r.-n/.i ^'irrondored to tho fciionU au- Lh'-riti. s -'XpLiiriinj? that In* wm* unahir Itt ni"- t his ol-ligations hocjniso of ; In • lo":r.*^ of tho Hanover ^runt romjiar.j whore tlm hulk of his funds wru ii- po in,I. lie u.i-; jirresteil i-h.tr'-'rd Willi h.iviui.' u.s.'.l th** ni,u!s in ilefraud, ,i.rr i.^ti-'U nn.I hel.l in Ikiii.i.s ,,f r._ ,. i fer a ie.jr ll'K August I'J Mi'lr:., I:uilt'.a<*k, a J -a I psi.iie d'lailer cf the Kuxhury distrie! furn.slHHl the sureties. Meanwhile a warnmt charging Hie man with h're.Tiy ha.il 1 n obtained hy th" slate ii'ii'e is Hie municipal reiirl and up.,ti |i"i\mg the Kaideral. I.uildni,: i'efizi was i.arresteal and lieid hy lie i.ty court In S10.0UO bail for appearand August L'3. Hu.Irnck again went on Ten 7.1 .-i bond and the latter was released NEW HAMPSHIRE CENSUS SHOWS SLIGHT INCREASE IN PAST TEN YEfiRS Selected as America's Most Beautiful (iirl Tity Hums With Military Activity As Preparations (Jo Forward to Defend It LK.HTS Bl RNLATE IN THE WAR OFFICES Draft Terms .ind Conditions to Be Presented at Preliminary Conference • I tkim i N'M: CUtlHT PAPER SUITS TO BE WORN IN THE UNITED STATES S *H I.N< IK*r suits an,I \.|.- llllll. 1-l'e sa nip!, s ir W.i* liiiu.-!. ■V Will Olhei !■:.',.i :. 1 ■ ■■ it the . d in tie* • the Una *" Av .lad T*resr=) i.i. I IM.WI). UI'SSTAN !:, Am.. '.--..- The develop- • S >\ i' *. gey rt'.tnent in Uus- . ] *i !i that loalay the vast iin'cry frem tile Pacific to i <li\i.|e,l Into thra*o dlstlnrt iuiii: to Ihe attiture of tho ml I'.i.l.'.hev istn. (in .1 reaxnt :r:|i thr..u-*h thn a'nUro eoun- w ./ Ir.in Vladivostok to thaa .i..r t:..i Ass.x-iatcd IVeaa I. nt oh e:\eil Lhat soviet sup- i!-.| s wilh increasing dia-i . ihe eaiutjil at Moscow whers ur-i'iii ■ fins for iron clad militar- U'e IS-.U.-d. ihe r-'iiie'e cistern sa*ct|on of Sl- lli.. I'..!-lev.Ill admit frulure to lili ih-.r s>-stem. Siberia proper Jil ui k !" the 1'rals wha*re eight Is .i.e. i'.olshes ism whs we.lcora*ad ie,,f fr..m the. Kolchak rajt^ime la t'..r at .ther change, rrocea-dtnir .-r w< siw.ird the traveler finds |..*m IIus'iIl. Iik-i a greiv*'rnobllizasd 1:1 s* ovation cireiimslances nn<l re ii.* Kill, ynt executing their or- |>a.*j- \eiv. I .....I Aitpaartlonment. .. .ip;.. rl el.tne I • of f.KKl. a.1 Wt»Il as line |.eoi,ni.iy to military heaal- , r< aj ;.,il". .IP.' Is a vital faz-tor III sovi.-i support. Kvery- ■ *l r.ugh Siberia one hears storioa ..-an's ar** refusing to plant i, i.l.s or rn I r.'uul". i S iin ir i slock liecaase of is. •in. in. "Th. irnni. "Tl Peon ii*. of the (Pv Ayrociated Press) WAESAff, Aug. lS.-Kus. in forces which are attacking the lines northeast and oast of th havaa reacheal a point ' "> mile-. Warsaw. A state of ni-lie has l.» clared hero hy the military ;■ Civilians aro no*, permiued .,(Polish soviet f \-j„t 1 I'olnh tdisi \:r fr nlglil. and JOE: THE HAND THAT ROCKS THE CRADLE ALSO DRIES THE BABY'S TEARS. REMEMBER THAT AND "DON'T EVER MARRY". —MYRA. streets aftaar 10 o'clock at cafea must close at '-1 o'cloa The determination of the llolshevikl I just how long the delegation will re- •o press onward to Warsaw showed lt- I main nt Minsk, or wherever the confer- self at various x»oints along the hattle 1 f..H.0 wilh he held ls unknown, hut dip- fBv Associated Press) WASHINGTON, Aug. 13 ■ New WASHINGTON. D. ('., Aug. 13.— New Hampshire's population is J43.0S.1. ihe e. risus hureau announced. The stale's growth in the ten > ears was 1J,- r.l! or ^.9 percent., its 1910 population having heen 43n.S7:'. l'or the ten years ending wilh 19ln. the state, showed an i.aJists, will accompany the inure alele- lin'-rease of lS/jS-l ur 4.6 percent over ■cation to the eastward on Saturday. 1900. New Hampshire ranked as 39th slate in point of population ln 1910. The state lele'-ates who will meet tho SO- pr. fruilataves on Saturday to | p.ee preliminaries were also. heing drafted. li w.us d-< i.hd late tonight that two -.American and two Priti.sh newspaper! \. rnor. j , orr. pon.i.n's. %■■> wi*ll as several pol- oii the l>h. in-rich, Ita.i.'in and Spanisli .tour-I f*-. ui ir i. i St tl.-s as a nn ihe rep. le.purer-- ,: wirh i.iii. pr. s*-'i..-i i' on hand ' " er ,1 ord. !-. . ally I.,I **.i ii'ida-r.-: I i i^td l'e ii ml line toaluy, there U-ing iian.lt fighting in many lnstancs. Th* savagely defendtnl their po.nti.n contested every foot of gi'"i<nd ;; up to the invaders. FlghtinK wtvs reported today within SO miles of the capital, lt wu said I'ul- I tu^k changed haVids se%aral limes, and lost accounts were that lyhtitig was going on in the streets. Hum- With Military Artlvlty. aaid toni:-ht the e. \sou!d last fu l-xpa fi\e iemats here I the <i.liferent ilavs longer. Will Furnish News. The Associated I'ress will he represented with the delegation and an effort will l»e made to send daily despatches either Pv the wireless teloernph or hy the Pally Courier to Moscow, the scene of the negotiations. In this city, it was announced to- had its largest growth in the decade ending with 1900 when the increase was 41.97:! or 29 6 percent. Its growth declined each decade until that ending with 1R..0 after which d*sclin*^« again wen* shown for two decades wltb a de tho VoTira to Moe- ihi. triv-ller from Siberia passes i;h hinilre.ls of miles of wheat . »i ■. h nt the height of the ban** at.- in .lu'.v wre filled with count- ,1.. I p. isant:*, women and chilli.,. , .r whom had eome from . w ,..'.! l*.-rognid. deolarlnir Qjey < , •■ ;,* niove.l a share In tho crops. • i . ,..r ..r the Sllaerlan grain ■m *| -it present a ahortagtj i ap -npi ircnfly is not due m-.ii. u\ of gum IPports Indicate !>,,. r, . iU of a lioycott conductaxl u ih. :'...\ ernment hy the peasants ... • !:i y are not satisfied with thaa . i';. y r-e, |ve in exchange for .: 'j-. ,. -niuatjon consequently ii *e,j .., a shoriage of mannfac- pi ..P."., for the rural popula- IN-JOLUHTURT PETITION PTGY IS FILEO till OPEfllNS ERAiiy PRICES AGAINST CHAS. WEEGHMAN (By CIIICAC aririistn .• (■■ sia an.I I'.. .\s.-e A u .• i.ale.l I'l'i-.-.a) lay lh. ii I li. V. he. til* |;r,| craase of 7.773 in populat ten years ending with 1S70. for the I withdraw n fun er c< "Warsaw hummed tonight with mill-| night that outgoing person-al messages tary activity, but only soUh.rs and of-j would not ho aeot-pted at the telegraph fleers were allowed ln the streets. Pre- ! offices here. This Ls a military measure paratlons for the defense of Warsaw |to pre\ent the ppssili'ity of news of were being made and liuhts Purred un-(troop movements t*» ttirnr out. Itesiies 111 late in the war offices and foreign | this, the officials wish to devote all *-hr oflVxas where affairs of the stale of j wires to government Pusiness, for the war were being discussed. The ta-rmsjmnst pari, because of the crisis 1.naught and conditions to boa*aaWrird by the alsiut hy the soviet advan. ■*. British Labor Stands Firm Against Assisting Poland in War With the Rass Soviet, Voiced in Action Taken DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE AGENTS FILE EVIDENCE (P.y Associated Press! rail.I 'MBl'S, August 13.— Kvldencc collected from examination of the accounts of coal operators and brokers in the southern Ohio caaal fields, h.as been fikd by department of Justice ngents in tin* district attorney's office, it was announced today. District Attorney Ford said that the reuorts would be examined closely to determine whether or not there has been profiteering* in the district but added that he had no knowledge that the evidence would disclose profiteering. Pit ll ins e I .ur erne. up. mug | the k: |,)|. .is y. higher, wilh I 1-2 and Mai. i[lli. k ' V follow .- aroun.J I 'urn li in value by la!) armistice. Afl.-i 3-4 cents low . r to JI y 1-2 a-i- $1.27 the mar' general sot he . Vie.J K IK- S of . ■ ! ehang. I tr. :: -. itll! trior, prn.r Ilil-hT o •■■ o Klona. Tr'de, ! colliru ih.. m i r.l ,v -. ml. r 12.19 by a *.' le ,' sharp Pr" l.leil <:j;,.;.. small THE 8HERR1CK FLYERS. WEST PARK SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, AUG. 14TH AND 1STH. StO FOR 10 MINUTES FLIGHT. LONGER FLIGHTS IF DESIRED. FOR SALE—ALLIANCE CANTON TRANSIT LINE. GOOD PAYING PROPOSITION. INQUIRE W. L. GRAHAM, 43 AUBURN PLACE. O. 8. 3445. FLOWER SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY—FRESH CUT GLADIOLI ,.LON ANO ASTERS, PER DOZ. 75c al $1.00. JjfJ1 EASTWOODS 15 S. ARCH AVE. Lvoiced .(,daJ. , _: r~—.,_-... ence and absolute unanimity SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY I sppcial conference h-re rcpr.s.r.iii FRE8H CUT GLADIOLI AND ' elements of the \vorkers. ASTERS PER DOZ. 75c A $1.00. The re«olutlo..s adopted hailed with EASTWOOD'S FLORAL STORE 151 satisfaction the Russian government's S. ARCH AVE. declaration in favor of the comb independence of Poland and piedg (fly Associated Pres-il (strike or a simple 'down tools' policy.tf fBv Aaaoclated i-rraaa NDON, August 13-The opposl- ! 1? they are to be affective they mean a I . WASHINGTON Aug 13 -State of of British labor to assistance in , challenge to the whole constitution of Np" Hampshire, 443,083 increase U.all war against sovi. t P.uasia was ; Has country." or 2.9 percent. a, . .... If ..* „.'.?„.,'..-r,.a,,.m ' — —_—— Austin Tex., S4.876, Increase 5,076 or i hem all ; Try an Ohio "Tuec" Cleaner Jno. \V. Ilose. Ofip. I*. O. Phones. HANDY MEN, HELPERS AND I LABORERS WANTED IN ALL DEPARTMENTS OF THE BUCKEYEj JACK MFG. CO. AT THE BON-TON HAT SHOPPE. -123 E. MAIN. A WONDERFUL SELECTION OF FEATHER HATS— ALL COLORS AND STYLES. THIS IS THE HAT OF THE HOUR. * FOR SALE—ONE USED GAS RANGE. ALLIANCE GAS A POWER CO. O. 8. 2290. BELL 290. . LABORERS WANTED. APPLY H. R. FERGUSON CO, TRANSUE A WnJUAMS PLANT. PICTURE FRAMING. At rajasonable prices. Prompt Service. Easel frmines for your tororite photo I NIFTY LOOKING EARLY FALL from 50c up. Schoch Stadia New Lo- HATS. FROM $5.00—UP—-AT "THE cation opp. Rowlands. BON-TON HAT SHOPPE". 123 E. i MAIN ST. YOU WILL FINO THE SMARTEST ,—_ —THE MOST CLEVER ANO THE THE 8HERRICK FLYERS, WEST LARGEST SELECTION OF EARLY PARK SATURDAY ANO SUNDAY, FALL HATS AT "THE BON-TON i *UG. 14TH AND 15TH, $10 FOR 10 HAT SHOPPE". 123 E. MAIN 8T. WANTED—-HEATERS. GOOD OPPORTUNITY TO BECOME HAMMERMAN. TRANSUE-WILLIAMS STEEL FORGING CORP. MOONLIGHT DANCE TOMORROW NIGHT ROCKHILL PARK. i.land and p! British labor party to resist of military Intervention ngan st Russia. The meeting approved the action of the triple alliance of labor organization ln forming a council of i action to deal with U* situation aris-j Ing from the *ov. r*~j*m'x policy to- j ward the war between Russia and Poland, and lt recommended the levy of j a half penny upon every member of the j party to raise a iund for the rexmaVre- j ments of the council. James H. Thomas, j sa**creatry of the National I'nion of j Railwaymen one of the principal-' speakers at the meeting: said if circumstances demanded it would be for the labor movement to dea-ide upon direct ! action. NOTICE TO TEACHERS. "Desperate and dangerous as is our There will be a Teachers' Examina- j method," he continues, "we believe that tlon Friday Evening. August 27. at 61th*5 dh-easo is go dangerous and the o'clock, and Saturday August 28, at 8 -Mtu-*"''"- *° desperate that it is only o'eloek at ihe AllisLnee Havs Sehool desperate and dangerous metlirxls that ociocK at the AlUance High school. L^,, prevent calamity. The re-aolutions B. it. btanton, C-ierK. Jdo „„; mean that it is to be a mere —NOBLES- THERE WILL BE AN INFORMAL ,, DANCE AT LAKE PARK, MONDAY form! AUG. 16TH, FOR SHRINERS ONLY. ,Mi. DANCING FROM 3 TO 12. WEAR ■ ac-| YOUR FEZ. FOR 8ALE AT ONCE. THE LARGEST AND BEST CLEANING DYEING AND PRESSING BUSINESS IN THE CITY. BOX K, CARE REVIEW. Austin Tex., 34,876, Inereaae 16.S percent. J-'ort Dodge, la. 19,338 Increase 3,730 or 24 4 percent. St. ("loud. Minn. 15.S73 increase 5.278 or 4ia 7 *>era-cnt. F'lckncH. Ind., 7.635 Increase 4.Sll or 17.1.3 ixrcent Hanger Texas, 16,205 Incorporated . since l'Jie. Curb or; Kami Market Tuesday. Ttuir- day and Saturday 7 to 11 A M Tomorrow will tuave eg>--s. chi- in IP', iippl -. , a*;.bh.lg<-. c'l cumber, piik1-;. toniaino,-, hei.l li'-j tuco ba.11-. u:'.' ii.-. c-U.iy. carroii. Also blmkha-rri- , and snap beans for rannins?. I're-h from the farm. Cor. Oxford and S- ip 'a. | WANTED EXPERIENCED SALES-1 GIRLS WHO CAN FURNISH REFERENCES. GOOO POSITIONS TO I PARTIES WHO CAN QUALIFY, IN FOLLOWING DEPARTMENTS: — PIECE GOODS. SHOES AND READY) TO WEAR. APPLY MGR. OFFICE ! J. C. PENNEY CO. I fllv A** or!ated T*r*assl \. ;. 1, .-.a-.-. 13 -Aii involuntary ... bankruptcy against the \\ 1 • i-hni in ' ompany which op- eh.un of restaurants was on p.. rrntcd Stati-s district court i:r--- [..-! Lioniri*; creditors made ,1 $12 ii'iii. A pititimi for a re- 1 Tii.-sd ty by t n-ilitors who 1 1.at I." ass. s in baseball ven- ,ii in.*!.!-- i'paries Wa-eghman, tiie < ompaiiv. insolvent, was n the circuit court. miiii was on.- of the leading -.; P.1- the I. d< ral latague, WILIIUM KEFLER SHOT AND BADLY WOUNDED (',. -- l.lo Krmk TunmerH of aebrln-J tr.oi \\'.- ,,,m K ■• a-i* to the Alllanca. Qt/ !■-. pit.o si.orPy Pi-fore nwui today. Ke.-ii-r had Issiii shot and seriouaiy v.ouudoal eir'y last niRht while ln btat Alllraneo lain, k company yard, ar.ccr<aW ' irar to hi.^ si.if ne tit, by boma'nne tnj 1.1 -ii 11 P. Pun K-.i.r sPit.-s he was reclining la one .f ii... lollop (.,.-s of the brick plant at 11.a. tin*.- ..r pi,.a shociting. He hoeral a shot or two f.r..l before ho waa hit by 1 Pii:!e'. lie saw Rfitllii boys playing; around th<- yard, bu* arav- no hea*d to tins until ho wan shot. He saw no more of tl .-'lii.v.-i after lhat. Keeler was shot lie,r Iho lops and an li-.'iy and dangasr- ou-i ia.oin-1 w.ls mule. Mr Timrnem In- ii:,,es 10 the bi-llaf that Keeler was hit y a strty hull' 1, but will Investigais Inn sIi'kjI.ijj,' vary thoroughly. WANTFD-HEATER3. GOOO OP. PORTUNITY TO BECOME HAMMER* MAN. TRANSUE-WILLIAMS STEEL FORGING CORP. FOR RENT—€ ROOM HOUSE, DE- ISIRABLE LOCATION. C. C. fORT 1 NER. 50e;iP1"ATE BOIL. 2 LBS 25c cENt'iCE A~ COAL CO. YEAR OLD CHICKENS 54c' WANTED—TRUCK DRIVER*. AND HELPERS. INQUIRE CRE8- MINUTES FLIGHT. FLIGHTS IF DESIRED. LONGER FOR SALE—1913 SIX, NEW TOP, 5 STUDEBAKER CORD TIRES FULTON FRUIT CO. 338 PROSPECT ST. WE SLASH AND CRASH (THE TIME. PEACHES 5 LBS ' MONS 15 FOR 25c- CABBAGE^Bc ib" ! SPRlNG CHICKENS 60c WANTED—HEATERS. GOOD OP* FANCY APPI F« at I B<S ?Sr- RIPE I B J- RICKARD, COR. ARCH AND, PORTUNITY TO BECOME HAMMER* HONEY DUE MELONS S-ci DRY CAMBRIDGE. MAN. TRANSUE-WILLIAMS STEEL ^ FORGING CORP. WILL DEMONSTRATE. CALL O. S. I ONION 5 LBS 25c; CANTALOUPE, | MYRA: 3456. ARE YOU SATISFIED? IF NOT TRY US. SPECIAL ROAST VEAL 4 FOR 45c; POTATOES 67c PECK PEARS AND PLUMS; ORANGES 40c AND BOc DOZ. WATERMELONS, CHEAP. OPEN TILL TEN O'CLOCK. EVERY OUIJA BOARD IN TOWN1 WANTED—COMPETENT STEN. FAIRLY SHOUT8 "DON'T EVER! OCR APHER. EXCEPTIONAL OP- SUPPER, SAT. EVE. ARCADE (TRUCK LOAD OF PEACHES AT LUNCH AND RESTAURANT. C. L. I MAIN AND ARCH ST. FOR SALE HOPPES al SON, PROPRIETERS. I CHEAP SATURDAY. BELOIT SPRING WHEAT FLOURj NIGHT WATCHMAN AT THE $*t00 SACK. B. J. RICKARD COR.J BUCKEYE JACK MFG. CO. APPLY ARCH AND CAMBRIDGE. IN PERSON. MARRY". TRY IT FOR YOURSELF. —JOE. PORTUNITIES. VIEW. BOX C. CARE RE- PALMOLIVE SOAP, tO CAKES FOP 89c. SEE ENGLAND'S AD PAGE 16. WANTED—2ND BAKER AT FED ERAL BAKERY. PALMOLIVE SOAP, 10 CAKE! FOR 89c SEE ENGLAND'S AD PAGE 16. WHEN YOU THINK OF FLOWERS, i THINK OF WIDMER. T. sA;,iM^Uikit-il£li^l . 1'--lo-i-i I..-.:. . -:» ' iV'l 'li '''Oo. If ill. „j. .. . »* aajafliViil'h'ifiliBiilh''''r1rai'i'*' " - •..ji-ki^i.,'.. iH^-oom.'.
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1920-08-13|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||August 13, 1920|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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VOL. XXXIII. No. 40
ALLIANCE. OHIO. FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1020.
run si*: cents—delivered isc a week.
Action Taken Was First Definite Indication of Relative Strength
Throng Galleries as Fight
For Nineteenth Amendment is Launched
(By Aa-ant-inted I'ress)
IVAHHVU.I.i:, TKNN, An*. 13—
The TetuH-fcM-a* wnali- taaaLar ratl/at-d
tbe waaman *• u i I'ra t\ - uiua-ndma-ot.
The volo was *■■"' to l-
(By Associated l'ra-aiO
RAI/KK1I1. Auk. HI.—.Suffrage
-son the Initial battle lo tha- North
Carolina, h-glslBtur** today whaui by
a vote of 7 to 1 Ihe i-oiistllullonal
commltle*. of Uie I'pper Honse fa-
yorably reported a ratification rea*
(Pv Associated Press)
NASHVII.U*; Tenn., Aug. ]3.—The
fi-rht on the federal woman suffrage
amendment began In Iho HLito t-.enato
today. Tho first artion taken was lo
table a minority rc**ort of tho senate
committee which uri;a-al no action on
the resolution and offered as a suhsti-
tute for the favorable majority report
Which ravommended adoption.
The vota* to table the minority report was 23 to 10
This was the first definite indication
of the strength of cither sldas. Seventeen
Votes are necessary for ratification by
There was not an Inch of available
apaeo In the galleries unoi-cupied wh'n
aenate convened today. Joint action by
the hnu.se and senate had been urged
for today but the house committee an
nouna-eal that It would naat submit Its
report until Monday.
Leaders expected that a vote would
be reached In the Senate beforo today's session waa over.
HOYALTY TO Bt PRESENTllUl.flQ Q 1*1 J11
DT OPENING OF SEVENTH KJ1 pnt,TrCT
OLYMPiflD DT ANTWERP bLIbLK liUNIul
May Require Official Count
to Determine Winner for
Chief Justice Office
IN DAVIS' LEAD
ERWIN R. BERGDOLL ON WAY TO TRIAL
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