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Tl-ere Is a big demand for u*ed »rtl le- of nil kind*. Read the Classified .Ads and dispose of son-ie*lh:ng you Jlon't want. Not only aet rid of It but mal*e a profit. THE ALLIANCE REVIEW THE WE.ATHF.R. ('!«!!d J Willi prvhi: Mf ^lion i t^nlirht and Thur-sdn it* rat urn. BaroimMrr t»S ul 10 /i. ni.; rli-ar ■N 1.1 t#» PUMl'r.lH' ft'Ml- i.t~,t>i Inn p»"*.:i ii rp M one inVhn k p. m. Iianmit'trr hazy. Ji*. tit: tr m jM-ral u r«> tkND LEADER VOL. XXXIIL, NO. 61. FOURTEEN PAGES. ALLIANCE, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1920. CHREE CENTS—DELIVERED 15c A WEEK. MANY DIE A TREMBL LIES NIGHT AT MEETING OF MCKINLEY CLUB LARGE CROWD OF BRINGS OUT ■A Inspiring Addresses Greeted by Rounds of Applause As Speakers .Set Forth Principles of Republican Party, and Urge Women to Become Active in Political Matters—Meeting Indicates Awakening of Men and Women 1J Great Work of Winning Victory at Polls Next November. "The Republican party .stand* for'KInley Republicanism nil th* time, ln I*<*ti east," "aid I**aber Drukenbrod, the season and out of season. Toons Mount Union collet** man who To put the .government where It be- waa the aeeond Kpeaker of tho evening, longs, a government of the people, for at the meetln«r of the McKlnley club, the people, by the people, which place Monday evenlns. .Successful return of It has held, only during the adimnlstra- the Republican party to power waa the j tion* of the Keublican party. keynot* of. all the evening. Rally to Support. Th* meeting of the McKlnley Repub- [ The .speaker urged the women and Bean dub was held at the Daughters of men to rally to the support ot the Veterana** hall, with an attendance that p. a mittee* ln charge of the affairs of Indicate* .an awakening of Ihe men to thi* city and county, the .state and the the great work of winning the greatest nation. Help the precinct committee. Tlaetory the party ha* ever ae-"*om|illahe<l" the precinct committee must stand aind a goodly number nf the ladies nf with and aid the city committee, the th* dty. enough to show that women city committee backs the county corn- want to become Intelligent voters. , ! mitten, the oounty committee lend* Its' The meeting was presided over by aid to the .state, the state to the na- Pre«ldent F. K. Hunter, who introduced tlon, wheel* within wheel*, all revolv- Frank „ Norwood, chairman of lhe Ing around on* great center, the sue- Stark county centra] committee. To the cess of the Republican party. There are most of the audience, however, M>., 237 voting precincts ln the county, and Norwood needed no Introduction, and he, to each of these precinct* must go the plunged Into hi* work In such manner .support of every voter. Rally to the a* to Indicate that every nerve and j precinct In which you live, fiber Is on the alert for tlm accomplish- KnUinilastie Address. ment of a great work. He told the men Mr. Norwood closed by Introducing and wopien that Stark county h«LS from'Mr. Faber Drukenbrod, of Clinton, the 80.000 to 31,000 voter* among the wo- youngest speaker, enthusiastic tn the men and the duties which the new era core, who .gave a story of the Mount had brought could not be fully realised. ( Union college McKlnley club organlza- The first and most Important duty, for; tlon. which story and Its sequel, the that la the foundation to the eligibility! sending of three Mmm, young men to of women. 1* to reaglster and this quad-j attend the Repnblican National con- rennlal year, not only women but ev- vrntlon In C*litrago. were given full pub- ery man as well, must register to rnial- | llclty In the Review at the time of the tafy him as a voter. Mr. Norwood was. occurence. moat emphatic on thl* point because1 Mr. Drukenbrod Is every word and of Its .great Importance, and lt ls urged! act during the time nf hi* speech, Indi- that every man *>nd woman * appoint, cated marked pride in hla political par- hlmself or herself a committee to get ty and the great McKlnley principle* out among their neighbor* and urge which were so much shown In every them to register. This as oan be seen, act of the Republican party candidate, la the moat urgent work at the present! Senator Warran O. Harding. Interest - me, then to preach the gospel of Mc-1 (Continued on Page 11.) nsannonnaannnaou s a a MEDICAL DISCOVERY tt a n a SARATOGA SPRINGS. N. a tt Y, .Sept. 8. -Discovery of the a a cause of sleeping sickness was a a reported today by Dr. I. S a a Wechler of Columbia univer a a slty to the state conference of a a health officers and public a tt health nurses in session hers, a a The origin, he said, was found a a to be a Alterable virus, which, a a In experiments, has transmit- a a ted the disease from man to a a monkeys. a a . a aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa WHO DID IT? IT? PRES. DALY Sirs IMPRESSION IS MISLEADING Says Alliance Gas and Power Company Gave Council and Citizens wrong Information. ADDRESSES LETTER TO CITY COUNCIL Present Plan Only Temporary Accommodation and Will Be Discontinued November 1. eachers Hear Instructive Lectures at the Institute Tb* *econd session of the Teachers' Institute was held at the high .school building Tuesday afternoon. Dr. Dyer ■poke first on th* subject "What Training ta and Doe*.* He .said In part: There have been three theories concerning the nature of childhood. First, there is tha Puritanical view that th* child li naturally bad and th* effioe of training Is to beat th* badnee* out. It was Oil* belief ln th* Inherent badness of tb* child that led to the custom ln old Boston of burying unbaptlaad Infanta outside the cemetery so that th* devil need not trespass on holy .ground In order to claim bis own. The second theory which ha* been held by many people Is that tha child Is naturally good. According to thla v**m, children are wronged by other* but they themselves can do no wrong. becaua* they ar* wholly -rood. This view, It might be aaid, ls held more by mother* than by teachers. Then ther* 1* th* third theory, which experience teaches 1* teh true one, that the child 1* neither bad nor good, moral or Immoral, honest or dishonest, tjut he ls a bundle of impulasea, some of which ago out ln a bad direction, other* ln a good direction, and still others are neutral Impulse*, and may be led In either direction. Heat Important Work. Th* most Important work which a teaacher doe* la to strengthen the Impulses whleh we consider th* best tn our -stage of civilization. Acting upon an Impulse, the child repeats an action until the tmpuse becomes an attitude of mind or a tendency to go on In that (Oanttnued on Pag* 114 M. R. Daly, president of the East Ohio Gas Comfiany in a cnmmunii'atlon to the city council which was rend at last night's regular meeting, rhargea the Alliance tJaa and Power Company with agivlng the council and citizens of Alliance a wrong impression of the gas situation here. The letter endeavored to bring to light the position of the Kast Ohio Company with respect to the gas supply for Al- lianc. In his communication Daly saysr "The State courts have declared the contract for a gas .supply lietween the Kast Ohio Company and the City of Alliance aa terminated." Daly further states that the Alliance Gas and power Company did not leave the correct Impression of the real facta In the case here. He alleges that hi* oompany la under no obligation to the Alliance Gaa and Power Company or to the City of Alliance. Daly stated that he was (Continued on Page 11). ss^ite aaaaaaaaaaaaaaai a I FATAL MISTAKE 8 J a a a1 a! a i B »i a a a al CANTON. Sept, 8—Mrs. Mary McFadden 60. was shot and fatally wounded while picking plums from a tree near her home just north of Malvern. Carroll county, yesterday after noon. John Holman. a neighbor, was hunting groundhogs and fired at the basket Mrs McFadden was using to carry the fruit, thinking it was a groundhog and not seeing the woman. SCORES OF LUES LOST EARTHQUAKE SHAKES EXTENDING OVER EARS aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa GIVES PLAN TO IMPROVE In District Disturbed by Quake Is Situated .Many Populous Cities and Towns, Most of Which Have Keen Cut Off From Outside Communication—Panic Prevails As Result of the Cataclysm—At Fivizzano, a Town of 17.- 000, Practically Every House Has lk*en -Damaged, Many Being Completely Destroyed. Blanche Rtn-r was all dressed un with a beautiful new hand-bag when she shook hands with .Senator Hardin--*, They say someone bad tipped Blanche off that sh* might be photographed. She tu tormarly • Democrat. PROHIBIT DSE OF (By Associated WASHINGTON. Sept. Dquor* received thetr final .and eomplet* divorce from tb* United State* navy In an order made publle today by th* Bureau of Medicine and surg-ery prohibiting their lasue to naval ves- for medicinal purpoasa. Not only medical .supply depots prohibited lairing whiskery except to hoe- htst wben their preaent rappUe* a—* become exhausted, tb* order *ne further purchases will be and whiskey wttl be stricken ■apply table of the medical ot Qm navy. It I* illinaleil th* supply oa hand wfll least not than two or three weeka STORE SOLD dt. who eo-dncted a tmn. vegetable and .flah market la tb* Botle* block at J* South Linden ave- ntae, hits ,*oM hi* stock ln trade and fill me* to J. L Crowl and Max .Sptn- nella. who took possession ot tha store this morning and will mak* several Improvement* tn th* room .and will <add another line at roods for .sale in tbe near future. TRUCK PRESSED INTO IMMEDIATE SERVICE ba mm Am truck went into at. ilui a tto* alarm box tn tbe weet part of tbe dtx waa pulled. Tbe alarm waa false. Another false alarm waa received hy telephone yesterday. The party wbo fH*d th* department stated that th* Ideal theatre waa burning. Tba result might have been serious had tba patrons wbo ware tn tbe house at tbe til—* known of tba alarm. The new truck baa been tor- malty accepted by th* ctty and win be used regularly. It ia a modern piece of fire fighting apparatus aad the city ean feel proud of the added protection. BOOST "WHITE WAY" The "White Way" project for Alliance received a big boost Tuesday afternoon at a meeting of Main street property owners and membera of the Chamber of Commerce committee. The meeting waa held In the club rooms at the Lexington hotel. All present expressed themselves as being ln favor ot the project. The plan as outlined is to light Main street brilliantly from the Pennsylvania station to Union avenue, a Those in attendance at tbe meeting Tuesday favored not only the lighting of Main .street but thought that the plan a-hoald be extended to three or four other stieets at least. No definite action oould be taken by tbe meeting other than to suggest that petitions be prepared for circulation among the property uwiw-aa These will tae prepared at (Mice. It ta hoped to get the prelect under way this fan If lt ta at an possible. LENROOT IN LEAD (By associated "re**) MILWAUKEE. Sept. 1 Cenatnr Ir- vto* L. Lenroot, had a lead of MM oeer hla near tart opponent for renomination. Inula* Tbompaon of La Crosse, .according to returns tabulated early taOdag hy tlie Milwaukee Sentinel, from Sit oat af MTV, precinct*. Th* vote stood:— Lenroot 4M1&, Thompson MOH A. a Henry of Oshkoeh, was tar behind them BAND CONCERT TONIGHT School Board Employs Teachers To TakePlace of ThoseResigning Discuss Non-Resident Tuition Would Have Larger Representation of Farmers in Governmental Affairs. FAVORS CO-OPERATION MARKETING PRODUCE The dty board of education met In the basement of the Carnegie library building: Tuesday evening at 8:30 o'clock. In the absence of president, Fred Donaldson, Miss Mabel Hartzell, vice president, coiled the board to order, The minutes of th* previous meeting were read and with a few minor corrections made were approved. Under the call fo rcomniunlcations the librarians' report was road and ordered placed on file. The bond of the First National Bank in the sum of |95»0OO signed by the bank officials with the Fidelity company of Baltimore as surety was read and by the board approved. This bond wa« given by the h&nk a* the depository for schoo*! funds. Under the call for comrotmi cation a of officers and janitors for $1,078.15 and the librarians' salary and bills for sundries for a total of $5,516 were read. Included tn the bills was the debt represented hy coupons paid. By a yea and nay vote the bills were approved and ordered paid. Superintendent'* Report. Superintendent B. F. Stanton read a letter from Mi.**w Kltzabeth Fetters, a, teacher who waa seriously injured many months ago but retained on the list of teachers on a nomfnal salary, stating she expected to arrive in Alliance to be present at the opening of schools next Monday. She will be retained on the list of teachers at the same nominal salary ln order that she may become a beneficiary of the teachers pension fund, effective In 1921. St-vearl resignations of teachers were read of which were the following: Sarah Wynkoop, Grace Cowgili, Zona M. Greer and Miss Horton. Mlsa Orac*. Cook requested a leave of absence for one year. The resignations read were accepted by the board. -ie-w Teachers. Mr. Stanton stated, that, subject to the approval of the board he had secured the following as teachers: Bather Gordon at a salary of $1,200 a year; Pear! Phtllipa $1150; Bertha Wishard, $1,950; Bernlce Hlnton. $1,050; Lydia Heston, —; Miss Crlbbs, $1,860; Alma Stevenson, $1*200; Ruth Lomphlre, $1.- 075; Gertrude Reninger. $1,400; Mary I-awther Campbell, $1,215, and Dorothy Larkinm high achool. $1,700. This list (Continued oo Page 11.) Reclamation and Intensive Farming Should Have Theii Place in Increasing: Products. (By Assoeisted Press) MINNESOTA STATE FAIR GROUNDS—fcfcpU 8.—An agricultural program designed to keep the nation self-sustaining and to improve the condition of the farmer was outlined by Senator Harding, Republican nominee for the Presidency, in a speech today at the Minnesota state fair. In specific terms.' the candidate set for his policy a« contemplating the following steps: L-arger representation for farmers tu governmental affairs, particularly with regard to trade and finance. Establishment of ft system of cooperative associations for marketing farm products. A scientific study of the world market for farm products with a view to stabilization of prices. Curtailing of unnecessary price fixing and of fll-considered efforts arbl- (Continued on Page 11). (By Associated Press) I ROME, Sept. 8. -Scores of lives are believed to have been iost In the dis- j trici north of Florence which was »*■ I verety shaken by an earthquake yesterday morning. As reports from thej stricken region come 1 n over fa!terlng telegraph and telephone lines the ex- i tent of the disaster seems to be grow- | ing and there ls a possibility the dam- I age done may tie much more serious i than was at first believed. The terri- ! tory violently disturbed seems to be I o,zongA-shaped with Florenco at tlie southern apex and Modena at the j northern end. It extends along the I Etrurian coast and runs over the Ap- i penineo eastward for upwards of loo ', railes. In this district there are many j populous towns and no tidings have aa [ yet been received from many of them | There is every indication that the shock was a severe one- and reports from cities in the earthquake zone show that buildings crumbled beneath the strain of tbe convulsion of the earth. Town Practically Destroyed. At Fiviasano, a town of 17.000 inhabitants near Carrara, almost every building was damaged and many were completely destroyed. Among the col - lapsed structures ts the poetofhee in the ruins of which is the entire staff. Sonera, in the province of Masai Ma- rltUma, and Monti, nearby, were partially destroyed. Rlvesanoh FoYni and Montignoro are reported in ruins, while in Marina and Carrara many structures have collapsed! At Viareggio the church of St. Pau'. was destroyed and at Castel Franco PI Slotto the ceil!ng of a church was shattered. Panic- prevails at T-ucca as a result of the cataclysm and from Oavlnia and Aliraestre come reports of lives being lost. At Vnia Franca, in Lunigiania, an entire f.m.i'v w*i«t bnr;--.! I'i t* <- . 1:1 ■> of thetr home I lie* \ .1. *. ■ ■ f \ Ketta wiui rni irely >1 ■•-i r* >\ ■■■] Serious damage '■vi**- -tone in :!].■ !■>,_■- nano district. Where In uis^s o -:!. ■ p:-*" I, and SaM'Aridr-a wis Knly .i.t m .,:■!, hut the nunther of \nliin.H his i.t t>o«n ascerUUiiiud. LOCAL LEGION TO ATTEND of unsnaJ interest haa been .or—need try Director Emil Rln- ksndorf tar this rrentn*; when t_* Alllanoe City Band gtvea one ot Its popular concert* at the public square. The program which ■tart* at 7:M 1* a* follow*: March, The Pi •Miili" lAwrrooa. Operatic Selection, Tumble In"— F-rlmL "Th* Red M-aUi" Eftm**. MiurUr Melodies Famoua Opera*— Batraste*. "Whan Mr Baby 8mJ!e-*" Munro. "Jack OT-mtern." CaryU- Qrand .Selection Tale* ot Hoffman— Offanbrch. TJ. & A. Patrol. Peck. Tbe Star .Spanjled Banner City of Denver Puts Ban on Automobile Speeders With Vieip To Check Reckless Driving NOTICE TO OUR MILK PATRONS PLEASE SET OUT ALL EMPTY BOTTLES SO THAT OUR DRIVERS MAY PICK THEM UP. AS WE HAVENT ENOUOH TO BOTTLE OUR DAY'S SUPPLY. THE SUPREME DAIRY Ca NOTICE TO OUR MILK PATRONS PLEASE SET OUT ALL EMPTY BOTTLES SO THAT OUR DRIVER8 MAY PICK THEM UP, AS WE HAVENT ENOUGH TO BOTTLE OUR DAVS SUPPLY. THE SUPREME DAIRY CO. (S***ecMl On i iiwi)iMi*i*iKa**). Dsnyer, Colorado, September 4. That til* aspeedln-f and recklea* driving: of automobile* ln Denver must ceaae. la th* ultimatum inued today by Police MadsU-at* W. A. Rio*. It 1* further announced that starting Tueaday September 7th .speeder* and recklea* driver* brought Into polioe court will be aaaeaawl a minimum flu* of $60 and old offenders will be riven tinea en Mjjh a* $10*. Persistent offenders will be sent to jail The campaign follow* numerous accident*, fatal and otherwise. On* hundred aad thirty- three persons and firms bars bean fined ln polioe court .sine* the "Denver Posf' Inaugurated a campaign against apeed- tsm. several weeks ago. Denver appears to hav* surrendered the stage to Brooklyn, N. Y„ which la FOR SALE—SOML HOUSEHOLD GOODS INCLUDING DINING ROOM SET, GAS RANO.E, ETC. CALL FORENOONS ONLY, 770 S. UNION, O. S. .»07. WANTED — EXPERIENCED SA.L. AD WOMAN. APPLY VICTORIA CAFETERIA. rrWKRAI, SBBTICB8. •m* funeral servieee of Mr*. CHk Waytn-aoht were held at agt. Joseph'* Catholic church, this morning and were wad attended- The eel >li«j* war* I solemnly tmpiesslf e and spoke highly i of tb* life of the deceased as faithful to har religion through aU times. The remains were Interred in the Catholic | now'the"seine" of rtittog'and W^od'^hed oar-.o~t.a-f- j Incident to the street car strikes Th* rvrraurs) ~r\rt **-< a r»**_ aa * nirKwn «*'*-*••*>'' H> Denver is pra<rtlcally thl*: CURB OR FARM MARKET Manager P- W. Hlld. of the Transwar Tuesday. TTiunMlay and Saturday, 7 C"»W "■•"■ th<*t as 'ar aa the cam- to 11 *L m. Tomorrow we will have j ^'.l* .f*"*™**1 th' ^".J" _t,)an ., . .. . i end aa tbe company .since the atrlke egg*, chickens, corn. Una beans ea- haB em,*,^ |-M, new ra<m- of which cumbers, .apples. cabt>a«r. head let-1 number 950 are now on the job. Mr. tnre, beets, anions, celery, carrots and I HBd state* that the old men can eome crab apples. Also elderberries, pickles. | ————————-———— unap beans, tomatoes, pears, peaches aad plums for canning, fresh from tana. Cor. Oxford and Seneca. back aa Individual* and that tha company boM* no grudge against them. Tbl* haa been the company's attitude since the inaugurating of the strike. However there ar* only about 100 vaacancles and th* *trlkei-s number something like 1.100. Th* strikers .attempted a .boycott of the street car* by inaugurating a taxi .service and carrying patron* free brat after operating juat two weeks at an expense of $4,500 they abandoned the Idea .saying tbat th* money being expended could t>e used to better advantage. The service of th* auto* wa* donated by the owners, th* strikers furnishing the oil .and gasoline for the autos. The United .States aoldiers are 1111] on doty In th* city and ride some of th* .street cars It 1* expected that they will be withdrawn .soon after Labor day. Tb* city la drilling .about ZOO new policemen ln military tactics and customs. The state is also making arrangement* to reeruK 104 ex-soldiers who will form a state constabulary, similar to that of Pennsylvania. Colonel Patrick J. Hamrock, who commanded tbe 167th U. S. Infantry, oversea* ln the World War, ba* been appointed commander of (Continued en Page 11.) ' tie national convention of the > "lean Le,gion will be held ln -d .September 27, 28 and 29. 'ember 27, * big parade t,. 'eterans will take place. It 1» here will be 20,000 In thla p_ rles C. Weybrecht Post of Al>. -*.ts to take a big delegation to nventlon. Ar rangements for I*. g the conven tion will be made & ie meeting of the Legion to be hela in the Council chamber in the City building tomorrow, Thursday evening. it has been learned that two of the overseas soldiers who lort their live* in France and were Interred there will soon arrive in America and bo brought to Alliance. The local Post of tbe Legion has been requested to take charge of the funeral serslces to b* held here. Hnndredai Hie ln Qnaiko. (Ill AN.-aa,01 .I.al |Tl Mi I ROM1':, S..|.| - S.iaar,: laun.lr.-.l PerSOIlH lOf-l llll'ir llVa-S 111 III'* l-T!1;- qu.lke at Klvi/7. ma*, ain^ in anv naaar-i were Injured :ir< ..rllm: I.i n ili-ij'tia-h la. th* Tribllli.'iuJ. Iranii Miism. King Visits llNtrlrt IBv Annoi-lnted Ttcb* i 1'TPSA. ITALY. Si>|il. K. Mnit Victor l*'mmanti..| with liis suit,- who came to thl* <*ify mam. alinli'ly aifta-r ho received news of th. aairt hiiimka' in thn virlnlty went this maarnlriL,. ta. vi hi .11- - trlots In Tuscany winch win- ;iff.it..l hy the shock. Wsny DIstrlrtH Snffrr. T.ONTION. Rrpt. S. .M.KHor. .1 fro—1 lhi. region nflVi'tisl hy Tui-.-d.-iy's i-autla ipiike In Itaily siy tin* al.iriKik'i win heavier than lit fir*-t bell»vi"l .mil tlaa.l Ihe numlHT of ali-.n] and liajure,! .hs- f-overi^l Is Inrrtvisini,' hourly arronhni^ lo an exf*hnn*-e tela-i^raph dispalrh Irorii Itome today. Tho Spesia district was esiK-.-lillv hard hit. The towns of Querela, Mol is»,i. aand Tarnseo wre wit* d out At.pnr- ently not a slncle town escajied dain.au.- everywhere the dispatrhes report, thn pnpul-itlon j* eaippiug In the open l'a>- llef p*,rtf'es from Sriezla. Cenoa, Miissi ■ind Flope nee nrr. seourlnp the d"\*:isfi* - ed region. Slirnor HerOnl, the unit, r- ■leeretarj' of I'nl.llr Work*., hue [,'oiu* i) the scene of the itlsaHter Members of Fairmount Grange Attend Chamber of Commerce FIFTHIFTlf mstmy Mat* Street Stora* Closed Many Kept Of** _M» Afternoon. Tb* anonunosfnent wa* made Tuesday that the Main atreat store* would close tbl* afternoon aa haa bean th* custom on Wednesday afternoons tb* past three months. Tha information cam* trom what waa believed to be a reliable aource with tb* requeet to ao announce the decision, but all tb* stores did not cloee as requested. Tba proprietors state they wer* closed Monday beaoaua* lt waa a legal .holiday and to cloee again thia afternoon waa a Uttle too frequent, nd henc* many at th* stores remained open this .afternoon though many were closed. Falnnount Orange was well represented at the moating of the Alllano* Chamber of Commerce bold Wednesday night at the club room* ln the Lexington hotel. The affair was a get together meeting between members of the .grange and the civic body. Good fellowship prevailed. Problems of mutual Interest were discussed. Acting president Robert C. Hopkins welcomed the guests. Sever.— other members of the aaaociation also gave words of greeting t othe grange members. Responses were made by a number of the farmers present. Mr. JCckert, who is a member ef both bodies, extended an Invitation to the Chamber of Commerce from the I Fairmount Grange to attond one of ■ Iheir met-tlnxs. It was accuptud. Tlm date of tbe meeting will be arranged later on. Mr. Uckert also spoke of tlu "More Milk campainrns" wblch are In- Ing carried nn In many citlen and urged tbat similar ucilon be taken iu Alliance. The regular routine business of the Asso<Blatliin was curried on. The factory sites (■oinmllli-fl made Its report. A lengthy discussion followed. The eoimullloo wo* continued. W. G. Holler reported lhat tho sale of Stark (laid net, Oo. stock was progressing ninety, Tb* street signs committee report**! that It had not been able to (Continued on Page 11). POLICE ANO FIREMEN TO BET BUCK NT SUBMITS EVIDENCE TO DISTRICT ATTORNEY (By Associated Press) CHICAGO, Sept. (.—United State* DiaStrict Attorney Charles 1*'. CTlyno announced today that ljiformatlon about Presidential campaign expenses has ATTEBrriow a. a. b. There will bs a called meeting of John C. Fremont Post No. Ttt. a A. IL. for Friday Sept. 10th. 1**0, at Potrt Room ln dty baOding AH members .are requost<ed to t>e preaent t 1:M P. M J. A. StATTICKS, commander. The par Increase which is due th* polie*e and fire departments for the months of May, June and July, will be paid this month. , City Auditor fWver stated today that. I a local buyer will take the bond* which been -submitted to him by K. if. Moore. wttl furnish tb* money to make tha Oo—ernor"* Cox'* i^preiwntutivo at thn payment. Thi* will tie delivered as soon *enatorial inveetlBation of the cam- as the certificate* can be made out and' I>ailf expenditures. Mr. dyne said lie propertjr algned. It is likely that the j was not ready to aSirmoonoe what action increase wttl be paid by Friday of thi*' may be tak«n on this information, week, however, the amount may be) Mr. dyne .said the question of per- wlthbekl *n_l tbe twenty-fifth of tbellury In the testimony of certain. -*v- montto. | niissj* at the senatorial hesrlng was a br—Dght up. PTWHT*.rKa MAH nrjnUBD. ■*•*• Clm« and dep-rtmaent of *ktsOoe John G. Paxton. auditor .and proprietor'rePrBBB,''AtjTe'-' attended the committee USE KOTOS TBCCK. XBy A*aw>eiat*d Press) TOC^EDO. Oept. t.—Bandits «,« . motor truck aarly taday carried away a fllUng .station safe, blew it and obtained (200. The aafe was found abondaned two mile* .from the gasoline station. of the.Kent Tribune, waa averiously injured a day or two ago wben hit by an auaturoonla*. B-fKor Paxtoa was allfafht- Ing trom a atreet car aand stepped to one .side to avoid being hit by a passing atata and foand himself directly in front of a car coming In the opposite direction. hearing today. N FOR RENT — S ROOM3 FOR I IOHT HOUSEKEEPING ON FIRST FLOOR. INQUIRE ISO S. ARCH AVE. WANTED —NIGHT WATCHMAN WITH BOILER LICENSE. APPLY SAXON CHINA CO- SEBRING, O. LABORER8 WANTED—AT THE I WANTED— TEN SALE6LADIF<-. PLANT OP TH* ALUANCE FERTI- EXPEmllScilJT PREFERrI^ a£ LITER CO, NORTH END OF NORTH PLY AT ONCE. THE WALTZ A ALLIANCE BILUARD PARLOR'WEBB AVE, .WJST ACROSS RIVER. KINSEY SHOE CO- 228 EAST MAIN FOR SALE. CIGARS. CANDIES AND •» FOR 9 HR. DAY PAY E.VERY STREET. SOOA FOUNTAIN IN CONNECTION. | SATURDAY. BUCKEYE All players of old football team meet at Martin's Tlraradsy nli^rt 8:46. Manager Cox. PLEASE NOTICE ANYONE KNOWING WHERE THERE ARE ANY SUPREME DAIRY I BOTTLES, PLEASE NOTIFY THE! OFFICE SO THAT WE MAY PICKI THEM UP. WE ARE IN NEED OF CHURCH BOARD MEETS Th* regular meeting of the Christian church hu&rd was held Tuesday ever- tag. Arrangements were made for raising a fund of $1.0->0 to rxivr the cost of repairs being made on the rhsreh building. Other rontlne l-u-OneHH wm* transact asd. PLEA8E NOTICE ANYONE KNOWING WHERE .BOTTLES SO THAT WE MAY BOT.jTHERE ARE ANY SUPREME DAIRY TLE OUR DAILY SUPPLY TO OUR CUSTOMERS. THE 8UPREME DAIRY CO. r WANTED—A LADY AND GENTLEMAN CLERK IN GROCERY. CALL O. S. 4131 OR BELL 28. WANTED—GIRL TO WORK ON I WANTED—A LADY AND GEN SATURDAYS ONLY. APPLY GLOBE TLEMAN CLERK IN GROCERY. CLOTHING CO, 42S E. MAIN ST. 'CALL a S. 41S1 Oft <- • CALL IN PERSON, 57 E. MAIN ST,| ___ ~~ * wo ALLIANCE O FOtt SALE — 1 1819 WILLYS * I KNIGHT COUPE, EXCELLENT CON- IF YOU MISS THIS SALE ITS j DITION. CALL O. S. 4358 OR BELL YOUR FAULT—SCHOOL SHOES j 1217. FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. SEE AD WANTED—EXPERIENCED LADY CLERK. APPLY IN PERSON AT GEISELMAN BROS. GROCERY, 299 W. MAIN. FOR SALE—1918 INTERSTATE I PASSENGER TOURING CAR AND 1920 PATERSON DEMONSTRATOR. H, W. CRANK8HAW, SEBRING, a BOTTLES. PLEA8E NOTIFY THE OFFICE SO THAT WE MAY PICK THEM UP. WE ARE IN MEED OF BOTTLES SO THAT WE MAY BOT TLE OUR DAILY SUPPLY TO OUR CUSTOMERS. THE SUPREME DAI WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE WORK. GOOD WAGES. CALL a S. 3208. WANTED TO RENT—MODERN 8 ROOM HOUSE IN QUIET LOCATION BY OCT. 1ST WITH OPTION Jry'co TO PURCHASE IN ONE YEAR. AD-| . DRESS J. M. CARE REVIEW. WANTED—ALL THE MOTHERS OF SCHOOL CHILDREN TO TURN PEACHES — BUTTER PEACHES TO PAGE 5 AND READ LLOYD'S PAGE 5. DANCE — BAILEY'S DANCING ACADEMY, FRIDAY EVENING, SEP. WTH. ALL INVITED. NOTICE. Anyone having any Indebtedness against the late Chas. E. Mains kindly see Arcenls R. Reed, Adm, R_ D. 2, Alliance. Bell U4&-RJ. WANTED—PLATEN PRESSMAN. STEADY JOB. REVIEW JOB DEPT. SHAVINGS TO BE HAD FOR THE HAULING AT THE ORGAN FAfr TORY. WANTED—MAN OR BOY TO I LEARN BAKING TRADE. HUTH I BAKERY. TEAMSTER »/ ANTED—PERMANENT POSITION FOR STaEADT MAN. LAMBORN'S FLORAL CO. r THIS WEEK $1X0 BU. BRING YOUR shoe AD BASKETS. ALSO PLUMS, PEARS *, ANO APPLE8. H. !_ SLAGLE, DAM-' FOR Sf E—100 YEARLING HENS ASCUS, STATE PHONE 9. I AND 75 FRIERS. HERMANN P08T, — iSTOP 50, STARK ELECTRIC. BIG SCHOOL SHOE SALE AT . LLOYD'S THURSDAY. SEE AD SALESLADIES WANTED — AT PAGE 6. | COHN'S, E. MAIN AND SENECA. I'.vj _.;.ii,J,«i_*y
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1920-09-08|
Stark County (Ohio)
Mahoning County (Ohio)
|Date of Original||September 8, 1920|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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VOL. XXXIIL, NO. 61.
ALLIANCE, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1920.
CHREE CENTS—DELIVERED 15c A WEEK.
MANY DIE A
LIES NIGHT AT MEETING OF
LARGE CROWD OF
Inspiring Addresses Greeted by Rounds of Applause As
Speakers .Set Forth Principles of Republican Party,
and Urge Women to Become Active in Political Matters—Meeting Indicates Awakening of Men and
Women 1J Great Work of Winning Victory at Polls
"The Republican party .stand* for'KInley Republicanism nil th* time, ln
I*<*ti east," "aid I**aber Drukenbrod, the season and out of season.
Toons Mount Union collet** man who To put the .government where It be-
waa the aeeond Kpeaker of tho evening, longs, a government of the people, for
at the meetln«r of the McKlnley club, the people, by the people, which place
Monday evenlns. .Successful return of It has held, only during the adimnlstra-
the Republican party to power waa the j tion* of the Keublican party.
keynot* of. all the evening. Rally to Support.
Th* meeting of the McKlnley Repub- [ The .speaker urged the women and
Bean dub was held at the Daughters of men to rally to the support ot the
Veterana** hall, with an attendance that p. a mittee* ln charge of the affairs of
Indicate* .an awakening of Ihe men to thi* city and county, the .state and the
the great work of winning the greatest nation. Help the precinct committee.
Tlaetory the party ha* ever ae-"*om|illahe