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I ^""^HS,"™* a-*":Wi*aa* irnr^wmy^rr-j^r^^wi^w^ritrr.^ - ■■-T^^r^m'i-r^^r^fear?v^^ry^rwet^rtt^^m> "*"' . " i i i i ■ i ■ SOMETHING YOU WANT) GET ' THROUGH THE CLASSIFIED W THE ALLIANCE EEYIEW AND LPlaBEK THE WEATHER. Fair tonight and Sunday i warmer In eiatreaie soath portion tonights cooler In north eant portion. Barometer glMoi temperature *8 al 10 A. M.s clear. AI •ae o'eloek P. M. barometer 29.1*; torn- pom I ore :8; clear. VOL. XXXIII., NO. 70. TWELVE PAGES. ALLIANCE. OHIO, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1920. THREE CENTS—DELIVERED 15c A WEEK. CLUES TO BIG BOMB PLOT r4 H.ROING WARNS AGIST DANGERS DF HYPHENATED CITIZENSHIP IN AMERICA Candidate in Addressing Foreign Born Americans Declares That He Speaks for the Fullest American Devotion and Says That He Wante America to Guard Against That Course Which Tends to Array Amen cans Against Each Other—AO Americans Must Stand Firm Against the Danger of Entangling Alliances and Meddling Abroad, Characterizing It As a Dangerous and Destructive Un-American Policy. fBy Associated Prass) MARION, Sept. II.—Warning against th. dangers of a hyphenated cltlaenahlp, Senator Harding told a gathering of foreign born Americans hare today that ration. We boasted oar nationality bnt w« did not magnify the one great spirit essential to perfect national life. "I speak for tbe fullest American de- Totlon; not ln potting aside all the he .believed the United States most | tenderer and dearer attributes of the St avoid "meddling la the .affairs of other nations if all els sane of American dtl asans are to be united loyalty ts tha government. Th. Republican nominee declared he did not blame the foreign born for oon dieting sympathies during the world war and asserted that the fault belong ed to tbe nation Itself. The task of thoroughly Americanising those of foreign extraction he aald. had been neg- la.ot<sd >and most now be taken up with new determination. Menace ef Hyphenated Cltlsenshlp "Let us all pray that Amerloa aball never become divided Into classes and shall never foal the menace of hyphen- <atad dttsenathip," .said .Senator Harding. ~wnsn the war clouds darkened Europe and the stonna threatened our own country we found America torn with confiding* sympathies and prejudices. Thsy war. not unnatural; Indeed they wara. in many oases, very excusable because we had not promoted the Americaa asptrlt; we had not insisted upon full and unalterable consecration to our own oountry*—oar aountry hy birth or .adoption. American Megleet "WhO* I do not blame the foreign born, I charge lt to American neglect. Wa proclaimed our liberty, but did not emphaalae the easentlala to Its preser- human heart but in the consecration of cltlsenshlp. Wa are unalterably .against any present or future hyphenated Americanism. We have put an end to prefixes. The way to unite and blend foreign blood in the life stream of America, Is to put an end to group*; an end to classes an end to special appeal to any of them; sa end to particular favor for .any of them. Waat America on Gsard "I want America on guard against that coor.se which naturally tend to array Americans against each other. "I do not know whether or not Washington foresaw this menace when he warned us against entangling alliances and meddling abroad, but I aee It, aand I aay to you that all Americans must stand Arm against this dangerous and destructive and unAmerican policy. Meddling la not only dangerous to ua because It lead* ua Into the entanglements asninst whloh Washlngeon warned us hot It also threatens an American divided la her own household .and tends to suit's Into groups seeking to make themselves fait In our political life, men and women whoee hearts ara lad away from America First to hyphen flrat. ■sands Warning "For Americans who lore America, I sound a warning. It la not beyond poe (Coatlnued on Page (.) Extradition of Fischer from Canada may Precipitate Legal Fight, is Fear of Authorities CBy Aasodated Press) HAMILTON. ONT, Sept. 11.—A legal ught looked today over extradition of BdWaard Fischer, detained ln connection wtth warnings Issued concerning ths Now Tork explosion. Counsel tor Fischer, former tennis star. Insist that, having been* adjudged Insane by the Hamilton lunacy commlston after his arrest here yesterday he cannot be removed from Canada Cnlted States Secret Service here claim that some years seo Fischer was detained ln an asylum tn ths Unit- id States and that this paves the way for his Immediate deportation from Canada. Immigration officera Sweeney an nounced this morning that hs hsd ap piled to tho Immiagratlon department at Ottawa for deportation of Fischer as an undesirable alien. W REPORT MACSWINEY eip WEAKER (By Aasodated Press) LONDON. Sept. 18.—Tereo- e MacSwiney. Lord Mayor of Cork, paased a vary bad night, without any sleep and thia morning was ln a state of complete exhaustion said a bulletin Issued thla morning by the Irish .self-determination league. Mary .MacSwiney his sister said be was still conscious. / Q*hls is the 17th day of his hun*rer Hike, which be bengan August It, in protest against his arrest bv British authorities. JUSTICE IF WEB HOOT LICENSE BLOCK LEASED First Floor A» Pool Koor and Ser ond As tiymsaslam. The rebuilt block, now known aa tbs Frutkln block, on Main street bas t>een leased. The first floor will be used as a pool room. It Is stated by three out of town men from Pittsburgh or vicinity. A new front will lie pu. in this room The second .floor has been leased to Sweeny * l>nily it is stated tar use as a gymnasium. COLUMBUS, Sept. 16.—State gams protectors ars sealoualy trying to stay outlaw bunting this season. Game protector C. C. Acton waa scouting aroand near Galloway yss- terday, when be came across Justice of the peace E. M. Buchew, busily hunting .squirrels. "As a matter of coara*", said Acton "lat me take a look at your license". Justice of the Peace Buche had a dead .squirrel hanging from one pocket. Hs became em harassed. Hs will bs given a hearing bars Monday tor hunting MHthout m license. STUNG TALK TO MAINE SPEAKS!! UNMISTAKABLE TRENTON, N. J_ .Sept. IS.—Charles B. Hughes, in opening the Kep-'hllcan campaign ln New Jersey at a state rally here today declared that Maine with an unmistakable emphasis, points to ths verdict of the country; that the people demand a change and with freah courage "we aball resume the path of well ordered government of prosperity and progress." Reviewing the administration on the war Mr. Hughes said, "never ln our history had an opposition party so com- pletdy .subordinated all partisan difference to the .support of tbe administration." and further on he declared:— "la truth it waa the Republican leaders insistent In their demand to speed and efficiency tn military effort, who ln largest measure furnished the driving powsr behind an administration which had long fatuously cherished a false security and too long had been benumbed by lnaactlvlty ami Indifference to the vindication of American rights." TJnpreparedneaa resulted In grievous sxtravagenoe ln outlay ln tbe hurried efforts to make amend:, Mr. Hughes charged. Prevailing high costs he said is largely due to a high burden of taxation and the endeavor to recoup through en-chanced prices for ths tremendous levies made ui-on business. unuttnuutxntttinutttt tt CHICKEN RAISERS CAN tt AFFORD TO RAISE 'EM tt 'tt (By Associated Press) tt tt DAVENPORT, Iowa, Sept. 18. tt tt -*-It was a tedious process for tt tt H. L. Walboume a grocer and tt |tt butcher, to recover a lost dlam- tt att ond valued at $600, for be was tt Itt unable to tell which of his 150 tt !tt chickens had swallowed the tt tt gem. The diamond was rnlsf*- tt tt ing from his ring .after he had tt tt unloaded the chickens from tt tt crates and placed them in att tt coop and he suspected one of the tt tt fowls had eaten lt. Ha found tt tt the Jewel today in the gizzard of tt tt the fiftieth fowl he slaughtered, tt tt tt ntttttttttttttttttttttttttttttl PROMISEDBIG GIFT fBy Assoelated Preset GRANVILLE, Ohio. Sept It.—The general education aboard of New Tork City haa offered $400 000 to Denlson Univerdty hers on condition that the university raise aa additional sum of $800,000, according to an .announcement by President Clark W. Chamtwrlaln. The entire fund of $1400.000 is to constitute an endowment the Income of which shall be used to increase the sal- —NOTICE— THE BUSINESS MEN OF ALLIANCE ANO THE STUDENT BODY| aries of the teaching suff. To make the WILL HAVE A LUNCHEON AT new .salary seals operative si once tbe THE COUNTRY CLUB, MONDAY, I «en*rml «lu«*tlon board wiU -saythe NOON. 12 O'CLOCK, SEPT. 20TH FOR "EDDIE" CASEY—MOUNT'S FOOTBALL COACH. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS CALL O. S. 2371. BELL 3S3-L. BUILDING TRADE COUNCIL DELEGATES ANO MEMBERS SPECIAL MEETING SUNDAY SEPT. 1», 10 A. M. C. I_ U. HALL. VERY IMPORTANT. COME. EDWARDS, PRES. University .annually a sum equal to Ura Interest on the amount of their contribution BUILDING TRADE COUNCIL DELEGATES ANO MEMBERS SPE- CIAL MEETING BUNDAY SEPT. it, 10 A. M. C. L. U. HALL. VERY IMPORTANT. COME. EDWARDS, PRES. SALESMAN WANTED—TO BELL FORDSON TRACTORS AND FARM IMPLEMENTS. A GOOD PROPOSITION POR A LIVE WIRE. THE ALLIANCE MOTOR CAR CO. FOR SALE—FOR THREE DAYS I'LL OFFER ON EASY TERMS A NEW HOUSE ON RIDGEWOOO AVE. ALSO ONE ON ELY STREET. DR. FLOYD R. STAMP. FILES TWO TEN MILLHM DOLLAR SUITS AGAINST CHICAGO NEWSPAPERS (By Associated Press) CHICAGO, SepL IA—Two suits ter ten million dollars each were filed today by tha dty of Chicago on orders of Mayor William Hale Thompson agalnat' the Chicago Tribune and the Chicago Daily News, respectively. The suits, according to Corporation Council 8. A. Bttlwssn, allege that charges made by these papers la the primary campaigns that ended Wednesday hare injured Chicago financially. The charges alleged 'alee statements to the effect that the city is bankrupt. and Its credit exhausted They declared that these statements injured bonds Issued by the dty, caused It to pay higher prices for supplies and materials, and Injured the morale of city employes. FIRESTONE BANK FIRST TO RE EXAMINED Of I COMMITTEE OF WOMEN (By Aasodated IT seal COLUMBUS, Sept. 1*.—The Firestone Bask of Lisbon Columbiana county haa ths distinction of being the first bank ln Ohio to be examined fay a committee of women, Ira R. Pontius, state suaper- lntendent of banks state today. Directors of the bank chose women, deporting fi*om an old custom because of the enfranchisement of the latter. Pontius is of ths opinion this ls ths first time women bave acted as banking committee examiners anywhere ln ths country. BIC BOND SALE An Issus of $1,840,000 school bonda by the board of education of Canton was awarded to a syndicate of aanfceis Friday, which bid par acerued Interest aad $3(,4S0 premium. This Indicates a decided Improvement In tbe bond market. REPUBLICANS OFFICIALLY OPEN CAMPAIGN (By Associated Press) COLUMBUS, Sept. IS.—The Republican campaign In Ohio was officially opened here last night with a mass meeting at Memorial Hall at which Senator Arthur Capper of Kansas, and George H. Clark, Republican state chairman were ths principle speakers. Senator Capper likened expenditures of ths present Democratic administration to the "famous flood of Noah's time," and changed big evasions ot the excess profits tax He charged President Wilson responsible for the sugar shortage, and attacked ths league of nethmi. Chairman Clark Introduced documentary evidence purporting to refute Oovernor Cox's alleged statement at Wheeling that during bis years ss governor of Ohio lie never pressed a soldier Into industrial .activity. Hs cited ths .sending of troops to Akron In connection with sted strike trouble st Canton, laat ysar. Hs also challenged Oovernor Cox's assumption of ths Roosevelt mantis of progresslvsm. Contrasts Republican Cooperation in National Affairs With "One Man Rule." NO SIDE-DOOR POLICY TO BE IN EFFECT Rally Marks Opening of Campaign for Candidate J. H. Himes for Congress. ALLIANCE BILLIARD PARLOR FOR SALE. CIGARS, CANDIES ANO SODA FOUNTAIN IN CONNECTION, CALL IN PERSON, 87 E. MAIN ST, ALUANCE O. WILL ELECT PRESIDENT PARIS, Sept It.—Ths national assembly which will elect a successor to I "resident Deschanel whose resignation Is now in the hands of Premier Millerand will meet at 2 p m. Thursday Sept 13, lt was .announced today. FOR SALE—FORD SEDAN 1920 MODEL. A BAROAIN IP SOLD SOON. CALL CENTRAL MOTOR CAR CO. FUNEAypS Funeral servlca for Miss Corinna Geraldlne Sellers ware beld at the home of the deceased near Beech cburen this afternoon at one-thirty o'clock, conducted by Bar. M. M. Coffin, pastor of ttm Friends church. Beautifully did hs speak words of consolation to tba bereaved .family, .and ot tba young life which had gons ouL leaving with his hearers a message of hops and faith for the meeting In ths everlasting lite. Flowers in profUaSlon ware laid on and around ths casket, mate evidence of tbe friendship of many. Ralph Bedell and Mlas Grace Fury wore tba •ring- era. Friends were in attendance trom Salem, Caaton and Masslllon. WANTED AT ONCE—OOOD STEADY WOMEN OR GIRLS TO OPERATE MACHINES. AN EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE OOOD WAGES. BEGINNERS ON HOURLY BASIS WITH TRANSFER TO PIECE WORK AS SOON AS EXPERIENCED. APPLY EMPLOYMENT OFFICE OF THE BUCKEYE TWIST DRILL CO. CANTON, Sept. 18.— (Special).—"Cooperation Is the keynote of use Republican campaign, and pereonnti ls the issue," declared J. H. Illmns. party nominee for congress, in the opening address of the congressional race delivered Friday evening In the McKin- icy dub rooms before an audience of auO members of the cluii and Mends. in contrasting Republican co-operation In national affairs with the so- called "one man rule" of toe pumo- crats, the speaker said that there will tie no aide-door polity in trie event of a Republican victory. He declared that no question big enough to be considered by the administration could lie either too big or too small to be considered by the entire administration. The rally had a three fold interest to the hundreds who were present. It marked the opening of Mr. Himes' cam paign for congreaa. lt formally opened the fall campaign tn this vicinity, and it commemorated the 133rd anniversary of the adoption of the constitution of toe United States. Ths peogeam opened wits a tableau, enacted by 12 women of toe dub, show ing the signing of the historic docu ment. Those taking part, were dressed in colonial costume to represent such Important personages as John Hancock, Jchn Adams, Benjamin Firanklin and ltodger Sherman. During the evening, the McCulloch Booster dub number one glee club sang several selectiona and Mra George H. Clark helped to entertain with a vocal solo. Before the speaking started, Mrs. Lena Huberty, representing the women ot tha club, presented tbe McKlnley clnb with a picture of Mr. Himes. The .gift was accepted by President Curtis on behalf of the' club. One hundred and twenty-two additional names of women members were ottered by the women's committee and accepted. In Introducing the principal speaker, Clark W. Metzger spoke briefly of tha part that the Republican party has taken ln all of the great crisis of the country since the day of the par ty's birth. He Included tn his address an appeal to all Republicans present to offer thair services to tha county executive committee In the campaign which ls about to open actively. FUNERAL HELD Short Service* From the Home, Remains Then Taken to West Virginia. Ths remains et A. W. Bennett, who met a tragic death near Wooster Thuraday evening arrived ia Alliance Friday. Short funeral services were conducted trom the home on West Cambridge street, Friday evening ln charge of Bev. W. B. Mc- Crory, pastor of the United Presbyterian chnreh. The remains were taken to Leon, W. Vs., this morning for Interment, that being tbs former residence of tbe deceased. A daughter wbo died during the year was taken to tbo family burying ground at Leon nnd this ls now made doubly sacred by ths burial of tba father there. SEE EVIDENCE OF 1919 OUTRAGE REPEATED IN THEWALLSTHEETEXPLOSION Chief Flynn Expresses Confidence That the "American Anarchists" Who It Is Believed Are Responsible foi the Disaster That Shook Lower Manhattan Will Be Brought to Justice—Seek to Establish Identity of "Death Wagon" in Which It Is Supposed the Time Bomb Was Being Obrted Through the Streets of New York—Place Little Credence in Reports Thsit Conspirators Planned to Both Bomb and Burn Wall Street. (By Assoeisted Frees) NEW YORK, Sept. 18.—Confidence that the "American Anarchist" fighters who are believed now to have caused the disastrous bomb explosion ln Wall Street last Thursday will be brought to justice, was expressed by William J. Flynn, chief of the bureau of investigation of tbe department of Justice. Chief Flynn who has charge of the federal Investigation under the personal supervision of Attorney General Palmer said he waa certain from the similarity of circulars found ln a mail box near Wall Street at the time of the explosion to be those found at the scene of the bomb explosion ln June 1919, that the .tame crowd of terrorists was responsible for both outrages. "We had solved the mysteries of last year's bombs, but were frustrated in bringing the criminals to Jus- Uce when Alfredo Selese.do, whom we warn detaining in tbe Nsw York office of the bureau Jumped from a fourteenth story window during tbs night and commltte dsulcide," said Flynn. "TTiat tipped our hand and the crowd got safely out of tbe country before wo conld nab them. Increase Evidence. "Now in this case, we have much more to work upon at the start. Most of this information has never been made public nnd It would not be wIbo to reveal it now. We even established the Identity of one anarchist who was killed by his own bomb In last year's explosion with much less evidence than we bave tn the present case. "Torn bits of pink paper were the only evidence we had last year. Now we have whole circulars dropped Into a mail box presumably by the man who set off the bomb. Half an hour after a letter carrier had empled the box. In addition there are the horse and the broken bits of the wagon on which the bomb was placed". Death Wagon Identity. Detectives and witnesses continued today to crowd police headquarters where Captain John Coughlln, acting Inspector In charge of the bureau of detectives, was still seeking In i**- tabllsh the identity of tho death wagon". Apparently, more progress was being made from examinations of the horse than the wagon. The horse a strawberry roan of less than !"■ hands—had been newly shod behind, but had old shoes on his forefeet. The new shoes boro the stamp 17. 3. I. U. This Is a union marl; The Horseshoers International l'nlon which ls reported to have only one (Continued on rage 6.) Investigation Reveals that Explosion is Deliberate Plan Of Radicals, Say Officials NEW TORK. Sept It.—Convinced I a peculiar similarity between the na- tfcat the explosion which snuffed out the|ture of this literature and that found ln lives of 85 persons and Injured nearly .SOO others In Wall Street Thursday noon was deliberately planned by radicals, officials of the department of justice headed by Attorney Oeneral Palmar, himself today spread a dragnet connection with the terrorists plot in June, mm. Klmillar expressions and almtitarly mis-spelled words ehararterls- ed the literature found yesterday and ia 1919, he said. One difference between the two. how- Try An "Eden" Washer. No obligation. Jno. W. Rose. FOR SALE—ONE NEW 1920 DORT. DEMONSTRATED BY MAR- KIT ST. OARAGE. 215 EAST MAR. iccr. WANTED—A STENOGRAPHER. AFFLY AT THE E. H. SEBRINO china ca I BUICK ROADSTER, 1018 MODEL FOR SALE CHEAP. CALL CENTRAL MOTOR CAR CO. WANTED—EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER. GOOO POSITION FOR RIGHT PARTY. GIVE EXPERIENCE. ADDRESS BOX H. CAR! REVIEW. ROB mm OFFICES The New York Central stations at Augusta, Mechanlcstown and Watte- vllle, were entered during tbe night Friday, or early thia morning nnd the cash drawers were broken Into. At Wattsville and Mechanlcstown the thieves secured a small amount of change bat nothing of value at any one of the three places. over the country ln effort to trap ita ever, was that the literature found last originators. 'year waa signed "the anarchistic light- Spurred on by rewards aggregating!ers," while that found yesterday was 120400 offered by the New Tork City [signed "American anarchist lighters." adminIstraatlon and an accident lnsur ance company for the apprehension and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the tr-agedy. police ex-ser- vlce men and private citizens lsnt their efforts to the federal .agents ln ferreting out clues. Department of Justice officials were "You can aSee," Chief Klynn remarked, "they have simply added 'American' to their title now." Very little could be done to trace* th* authors of this literature, or tu ascertain whether a general radical movement was contemplated, until definite persons can be found who were respon- certaln that the disaster was not the I Bible for Thursday's disaster, Chief result of one person's inspiration or ec- Flynn said. Those who distributed ti-je centriclty, abut that it was the predem-1 literature he .said, were careful not to Itataed and fiendish plot of radicals bent on defiance of law and organised government. William J. Flynn, head of the bureau ot Investigations of the department of Justice, was chief spokesman for thla general opinion. Attorney General Palmer corroborated the statement. Bs Ileal Literature Chief Flynn based bis opinion on ths finding of radical literature In postofflce boms near the seen* of ths tragedy soon after lt occurred. He pointed out | rend lt through the malls and wen* evidently afraid to pass it about the streets sc they concluded to stufT lt Into mail boxes and disappear before tho explosion occurred. Hearth for Driver Primary importance in today's search wa« attached to finding the driver of the dilapidated rusty red wages) the fragments of which were found nearest tbe crater of the terrific dcton- tContinued on l'oge oj. WANTED—TO RENT HOUSE OF ABOUT BIX ROOMS, MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, AND CENTRALLY LOCATED. CALL SOI OVER OHIO STATE TELEPHONE. WEEK-END DANCE. at Bailey's tonight Thayer's arches- tra. Try an "Ohio TRec" Cleaner Free. Price SUM. See Jno W. Rose. Tiy An "Easy" Vacuum. Jno. W. Rose Opp. P. O. Phones. FOR BALE—1020 REO TRUCK. OHIO ICE CREAM CO. WEATHER FORECASTS, e . (By Associated Press) WASHINGTON, SepL IL—Weather predictions for the week beginning Monday ars:— Oblo Valley aad Twnnessee ally fair; normal tern pes atuie. Region of Oreat Lakes, Upper, slppl .and Lower Mississippi generally fair with frequent Ooctnationa ln temperature. WANTED—YOUNG MAN OR BOY 16 OR IS YEARS OLD TO LEARN CANDY MAKING TRADE. FINE OPPORTUNITY FOR RIGHT PARTY. APPLY IN PERSON AT CANDY FACTORY. 231 ROSENBERRY ST. FOR BALE TO QUICK BUYER— 1920 OAKLAND SEDAN; T)20. BUICK TOURING CAR. STUDEBAK ER SERVICE CO. WORKHOUSE SENTENCE tar sasssUml Press) CLEVELAND. Sept IS. Joseph B. Ross, proprietor of a promlent farmer downtown .saloon was sentenced to tour months in tbe Canton workhouse aad fined $600 by Federal Judge D. C West- enhaver today tor Ttstatlorn of the federal prohibition laws. Bs was Indicted by the grand Jury tsr having on his premises aad ssfltng Uqtur. .Stay of execution was granted until Thursday pending aa appeal. LOtT—A LADIE* SMALL HAND POCKETBOOK WITH BUM OF MONEY ANO CHECKS. THR PARTY WHO PICKED IT UR NEAR LEXINGTON HOTEL WAS) SEEN ANO WILL PLEASE LEAVE AT THE REVIEW OFFICE AND RECEIVE REWARD. WANTED—SALESMAN TO BELL FORO CARS. AFFLY IN PERSON AT THE ALLIANCE MOTOR CAR CO. KT0HBSTMID FIRM WASHINOTON, Sept. 18. -Veterans of foreign wars at the closing session of their annual encampment here today, voted down a resolution disapproving the adoption of the prohibition amendment to the constitution. There were few votes against the re- lection. choice elberta peaches *2m per bu. being short of baskets we will sell at orchard 8at. evening and bunday; large beautiful el- bertas at s2.50 per bu. bring your baskets. location 1 1-4 mileb east of minerva, pass mill and new cemetery. air. dome fruit farm. ELL-MAC DANCE GOOD MUSIC. 8ATURDAY NIGHT. WHEM YOU THINK OF FLOWERS, THINK OF WIDMER. | WANTED—PLATEN PRESSMAN, j STEADY JOB. REVIEW JOB DEPT. WANTED—CAR WASHER AT ONCE AT THE ALLIANCE MOTOR CAR CO. WHITE MEN ONLY NEED APPLY. BIG DANCE NIGHT. AT ROCKHILL TO- ttHii h -.''.--"f.r -' -',".■''-■ 1'r- ■. V * :, '. .-. -y '..." -
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1920-09-18|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||September 18, 1920|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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i i i i ■ i ■
SOMETHING YOU WANT) GET
' THROUGH THE CLASSIFIED
THE ALLIANCE EEYIEW
Fair tonight and Sunday i warmer In
eiatreaie soath portion tonights cooler
In north eant portion. Barometer glMoi
temperature *8 al 10 A. M.s clear. AI
•ae o'eloek P. M. barometer 29.1*; torn-
pom I ore :8; clear.
VOL. XXXIII., NO. 70. TWELVE PAGES.
ALLIANCE. OHIO, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1920.
THREE CENTS—DELIVERED 15c A WEEK.
CLUES TO BIG BOMB PLOT
H.ROING WARNS AGIST
DANGERS DF HYPHENATED
CITIZENSHIP IN AMERICA
Candidate in Addressing Foreign Born Americans Declares That He Speaks for the Fullest American Devotion and Says That He Wante America to Guard
Against That Course Which Tends to Array Amen
cans Against Each Other—AO Americans Must Stand
Firm Against the Danger of Entangling Alliances and
Meddling Abroad, Characterizing It As a Dangerous
and Destructive Un-American Policy.
fBy Associated Prass)
MARION, Sept. II.—Warning against
th. dangers of a hyphenated cltlaenahlp,
Senator Harding told a gathering of
foreign born Americans hare today that
ration. We boasted oar nationality bnt
w« did not magnify the one great spirit
essential to perfect national life.
"I speak for tbe fullest American de-
Totlon; not ln potting aside all the
he .believed the United States most | tenderer and dearer attributes of the
avoid "meddling la the .affairs of other
nations if all els sane of American dtl
asans are to be united loyalty ts tha
Th. Republican nominee declared he
did not blame the foreign born for oon
dieting sympathies during the world
war and asserted that the fault belong
ed to tbe nation Itself. The task of
thoroughly Americanising those of foreign extraction he aald. had been neg-