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f «t th#» llttltp pr-nhlem*. that con- »• ■ • .,*, \h* *nMi*d thrtiar'j lY I*. , I *r tbe -rla-^lft-pd ar* .pm** liw ■*-» Ai}. and thi* Ilttlf lido are not tlinr* don a" on their Job*. THE ALLIANCE BEVIEW VOL. XXXIII., NO. Ho. AND LEADER THE WEATHER. Tartly rioney la weit, rain followed by clearing In east porlion tonights probably frost In «**e*-l portion I.might. Krlday fair and conili.iic.l i e..:. Ilart.nieler ftlJKi; temperature .VI ul lv a. in. (loud) raining. FOURTEEN PAGES ALLIANCE, OHIO. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1920. fHREE CENTS—DELIVERED 15c A WEEK. POLISH ARMY CAPTURES L! PISIMLiBGHIEF JUSTICE M'OBHLBMSOSPl'BiT&fieE ON GALVESTON WATERIP™ IS IT REPUBLtGAN si TO SAYS INVESTIGATION IS TO|Mj|J|: ™^™TjFRONT DESTROYS TWO PIEBS IE DESPITE CHARGES' mm FAILS IS POLES Precincts Visited at Noon vJNiour Showed But Light Registration, Men Being in Lead. MRS B. H. BURNS FIRST TO RECORD HER NAME Polls Closed at 2 O'clock Until 4 O'clock When It Is Expected Many Will Register. Owing tt. *J».*^(* £layWl,t1£ ring l"i* regis OF STATE'SJITTORNEY HOYNE! Grand Jury Foreman Asserts That Matter of Threshing! Out Evident Is Well Under Way—No Baseball Ses- sion Was Scheduled to Be Held Today, But Report Says Two Other Baseball Players, Members of White I Juniol Sox Have Been Negotiating to Tell What They Know About World's Series Plot—Expert Officials Statement of "Happy" Felsch, It Is Understood He Has Confessed to His Share of Throwing the 1919 World's Sen^. (Hv AlMC.aa'd Prens) CHICAGO, S.'j't. Co. -With Little .more ihan a ftfh'.ri^ chance to win the I Am-rlian I,<.ik i* I- inariU the Chicajr.i | White Sox. cri| i»l*"-l i.y ;h<- less of seven ■ i s tar a jus a rrsu!' >>( thn jUM-hall scandal ■ t\* i* • i j .. _ | mvcattguai-n, leti Uxiay fur St. lx>uis I lilSlingUlSned AUthOr andito »P*-n the final Uir.-L- nn.e series of the tM*a.son tomorrow witii th* St Louis ■ Browna. The playera wr** determined to fljrht to the end ami \\ ere not li.ukward in fXpriKShu; their '■••'.i.*f that the Hr*'\vnn. who ha\e Ju*^.• '..--t i,,ur "traighi i«> the Cleveland Indians, would lose three more in a row. Kor the Sox to win the .pennant they mu.it win three In a row, while Cleveland li <Jroprin£ threw out of four to Detroit. In hia final drlvn for the pennant Manajfr (I lea son expects to olt.-h Kerr IS PLAN FOR EVENING'"• «'■■■ '»-»• *•••'■•*•'■ ►•-»*" m .■.,■ «.von.t j and then cm.* I>:nk with K.-rr in the jthlr.l. Tho res. of lhe line np |.rial.a..ly will tx-: Jniiriliin, first base: E (. .'llliif second base; Ma-i'lcllan, short; Murphy ihlrd; .1 Cnlllni, l.*ft fleM, Lelluild, ccn.Tr; Strurik. right: Schalk. oata ha r Political Leader From Chicago to Address Meet jBIG DEMONSTRATION Drum Corps Will Furnish Music—Woman Especially Invited. (By Associated Press) t care of this contingency CH1CAUU, Sept. 3u -Positive ae- players desire to confess, j j suranxe was given today lhat the ob- rUjn. Muke Overtures. Joci ofis of State's Attorney Maclay ] Alfr-Kl K. AuMn in. attorn-y 'nr th MANY WITNESSES TO CHE TESTIMONY *T EMBEZZLEMENT Ml OF BAILS 0F|THE ENTIRE LINE ALSO DAMAGE SHIPS Trotzky Is Reported [:i Have Assembled 90.000 Men at Lida to Push Fall Campaign. Fire Fighting Apparatus of City Was Quickly Brought into Action But Was Handicapped by Gale Blowing at 30 Miles An Hour—Fire Chief Ryan Receives Letter! Postmarked From City in Canada Warning Him Thai C He Was Going to Be Destroyed—Origin of Flames Undetermined at Present Time-National Guanb- ,n PoIesi~ 1N)HsIl Ar men on Duty in Connection With Strike of Dock Workers Were Thown About Fire Zone. BOLSHEVIK DIVISION mv More than colored people r.t.rest prevailed In the nun.U.r of ^rs.,,,^ a*-,.!** ^ traiu.n beiwce the£»£ ^ lhal tha "*" wri to rt gisii.illng will Hoyne will not Interfere with the j White Sex uuli declared .,-.enures had ' At the noon lmor Cook county grand Jury lnvestiga-' been made to him ly sum..- / the Mutton Into the $100,000 world's Ber- ■ pended players wh" have nut y*-t i*..n- ifessed. but -wish to tell what th.-j th.-rity and having a wide circulation.| fcpecUiturs and colored Masons aay si .1 the noon huur lirwmrr In each to rJ, :o men, ._>u m show a hlg Increah-' the re,porl from one I _,,„< .howed the loilowlng: *iV*i ward pn*. loot It. men register ad 14; women 3 Tho first p**rs. register in this pre.lt.ct was Mrs. \. ^p-Sct A. second ward. 19 men an. I women. Precinct B. third war "vr^lnct K. fourth ward, men 25. "iK."place, for regl.in.tlcn cluscd at two o'clock this afte.o-.on lo renin n Closed until. 4 o'clock p m. when lh -y wUl re..***i. and re«*al" cl**n V"1" Zne ^X*k ."night. Of o-«""t«*J?« WlU tn, three more days for «•■'«'*'''"" Tout tt la «<lvls.d that as many a jble register loday 1" or.' - nge.tion which may furture day. To.li. v ta a g> peclally for women, who are . customed to registering. Should not be f..r»«tter. -v,ry person in th" city c.lglble to MgLter and vie m.i.t register this year ns It Is a genenl rtgl.tr.tlon which como» every four years f you vote In November you m.i.t r''*l*""**,r1 *'*; day or on one of the th-ee days fixed for registration In October. If possible register today. The opening Republican meeting of the campaign will be held ln the dty hall l'rlday evening which will be ad- ] dressed hy Hon. Harry F. Atwood of lyiuld the 'hi.ago who ha» a nation-wide repu- | t.at."in as being intensely American,' Masonic l.utlg ' th..r,.uglily posted nn nation**! affairs'Itoom at lhe < ity nail today. Judi; ani • a ill apeak intelligently on the | Moore heard the ...ae if lie .-Haitc " i..ia,iK of Nations. Mr. Atwood is tr.e.ohlu against Wiluaiu 11. l'rice on th uthor "f "Hack to the Hepublic," a charges ul lainnf pr'lcnse and euib.zr.le ook recognized as a standard of au- menu ed In the weliare of lh.- lei'led in the (By Associated Press) . C.AI.VKSTON. TEX., Sept. SO—Fire] 1 v. (u. h broke out on the C.alveston wat-' Smash Fourlh Army of Bolsheviki and Take Mam Men. ai..1 i •in llmoflt definitely that ii hefnre the yr in.I letaia-d st t*a merits," Heydle National I..-*a:iue In r to avoid a follow upon i" upiMirtntilty On thing lhat la les baseball scandal Chief Justice Charles A. McDon-j l-now." aid, who ordered the Inquiry, said "1 can prum;> he would Issue a statement later ln these men wiil the day answering Mr. Hoyne's dec- J'*""-'' .and "iak, laratlon that the actlou. of the, kU" Austrian. grand Jury had been illegal. Judge Th'* testimony of John A McDonald conferred with Edwin J. President of th Haber and other assistant slate, at-!}'- ^ZZ^Z^'^^r: ^ torney. who have been working on lhl, N.ltl„n.l, |.,ai:u„ .-luhas. u was «a,.l. the in*/estlgaflon before beginning, }U; ,„.(1 pers„,,s ,.utsUle Ihe grat .1 jury preparation of bis statement I looms that he had talked freely con- Henry 11. llrlgham, foreman ofjcernlng the clrcumstanoss. which re- the grand jury said frankly the tn-!sulted last year In the release of llal vesiigation would continue. "We are Chase •» the Olant. and l,ee Magee .if wtll on our way ln threshing out this, the Cubs. He also said he submitted af- malter und we Intend to go rl««; •MaWta^regiir-HnB t along with It," Mr. Brlgham said uld 'consider herself for- ir.-uring such a valuable p. ;i the campaign for the o. r. The ' ny hall should be cro\*.d- to hear Mr Atwood. The .Alliance nanaite in sneaker lo een Mr. WILLYS-OVERLAND PUNT CLOSES TEMPORARILY. WILL RE-OPEN MONDA versy between "Hnbe" Henton "Huck" Herv.og. Itenton already has Today ls the Jury s last on routine b(>en brt ,h(, (tr!|nd Jury „,.lt.0 .„„, afTalrs. It ls expected that tomorrow; waf| t<lltl he vmM |,e caji,.,t again. Aft- It will be' Impanelled as a special (T Mm testimony llenton dwlared hs body No "baseball sessioin" was tia<j |,een told by ritl'.ip H.ihn of i'i"' scheduled for today. However, It clnnatl than Ci.*..tt". Wii rata, ('..'•..! 1 was reported that two other baseball nnd Jackson were Involved in "throw plavnrs, members of the Chicago Ing" the 1919 serh-s. White Sox had been negotiating to1 Statements puNieh.-d here 1 tell what they knew of the world's "edited <« f*'"*'* 8 .,A"""';'»' ',,U,,I'.. -'■ our u.mocrauc J"-"""\ Ac, or.ni.g to the numb, r ot witnesses scries plot. It was believed the"0*11**" wh" ls '». >" " .V'rk'- ."u: ' J are especially invited to hear Mr. ^\-\ vrluch y.-^ oe t:M,a ui on ihu cttAe^v- grand Jury would arrange to take (Continued on I'aiee in.) w,,™l and to attend in irwptlvr '",""'„: eral days will be rc-uired in the lieur- r - ■ * I let th" liepubliaans of the city corne ln(f uf ,ht. [W(J l,|||||la ugallll(t lh(. aaM Hit from th.ir i-thargy and start th" William II ITt.e, Colur.d lolk j tire of enthusiasm nn-w. Make the,tlKlay th:i, „,„n n.H.ting "f Friday evening a telling -Jim new ord.r rowd the hall to its capacity., jjju.ou for tl The Galveston Construction company was said to have lost one steamer and possibly two but the report h V y, "x^ydeslroyed piers, :iirk(,d confirmation. A large number 1.. and 36. an.l consider,-!* e adjacent.,,, u,x ,.„„ „ known to hllv< U„.I1 J( n.A„JT.. property, <lanuiK»..i several steamers „„ypd, t„Kelll,.r wlUl „v„^ Uluu.sunj W ARPA\ ..ml consumed a large nuantliy of cot- a hules of cotton captured 1.1.la. an import "ft ! tin and other corniniHl.ties. At 6 a. m. i Umm....*A .« s.f... mih'B south ol Vilna an.l Pin-1 the fire was still burning but the be-1 llewored to Safety. (.|(v „„ M|j|(M (,.|s, o, ,.,. lief was expressed i.y firemen that it: Several steamships in the vicinity of . Tiie-alav ni. online '.a | thai a m w brand oi masonry lias la*eii j was under control. ,11"' fire were moved to places of safety, .. . . ' '.' ','. . . i . . proposal.-d wh.r.in ju .l.-ar.-tn is ol-| NaUonal guardsmen nn duly in ror- ' I efore the flames could reach them. :, !, , s [:i"'""'11' lss»"d "• ieia.,1. i ins us 1,1 j.^ra.s ue,it liia.li tlie | t.ect loii wuh a strike of doc!; workers Thousands of bales of cotton were i(.g. jlollsh nil*. :i r i a . ■ inward ... awhile io.ks can n..\>. ..id has proven ' here were thrown about the fire /.one troy.al. All the fire fighting apparatus i Is cnnl llluin:; ainl '!'■ il ' Junior! 'tuile allractlvu to La.ia.inl people ilijand spec-tatiil'M ware not permit' *d' of the city resiMinded to alarms butjthe I,|t htia nta tl rai'ii.! i- '■ Order of t'nited American Mechanics| uiner ulie.. j within a .juarter of a mile of lhe sta ne.! wind blowing So miles an hour madei within a f' iv • 1.t>.- orum corps has been secured to furnish] In the case bef.ro Judge Moore,to- I Military olticials declined to disease de-,the firemen's work difllcult. Forty | Knmenetr. ■ I*:t-|. .1- k the music for the evening. They will <'ay the eiilai'.u.rjaj' .1.. uln. nls and i tails. Conset|uently it was Impossible to freight cars on tracks at the sulphur | nfirt |]Prn |,alil. uiv. some selections In advanco of the! terms used in uie aecuiana of cliuiters |.L.sc'*rtaln lhe exact amount of damage, plant were destroyed as was slso tin meeting on .Main street from So'-.th j irom ihe »., called Oeneiai Orand .Mao- | Steamers Damaged. plant of the Anchor Milling company Union avenue before j ome ' oiigiass ol lhe tinted Slates and Spectators wiio were on the scene a cotton seed grinding concern. Canaua were read and pr. seined ior |„.fore the fire line was established re-1 Some estimates were that ll'.e fire!'5 reported. use aa evidence, i.ie main point ol con- |„,rl,.d they saw one steamer, tied up'los. would exced I'i.iiOO^dOO. It was at ll.'-i. nam ,*ii*iin i'i )'. lunUou In tue hearing today waa mat „, pier 36 burning and another catch-l Receiva Wanting. hands, that l.eon Trot/.l \. tin lhe tormer Orand Waaler of Uie King inK fire Klre Chief nyan recited a letter | mlnisler of war. wan pn nl nl It was not known early today wheth-(yesterday postmarked from a city In (>d to have e labll-di-d lib Iie.nhi ,er it had been possible to save three, Canada warning Mm that he wss' ter, 0f . n, w |,ii|,|n-i ii.l iiiin'. a.I alleged to have relused to give the , steamers, one Swedish and twoi•'going to be destroyed." |(1(,,, de-ii**i<il for u " In T-M is r^r JIe*J'«'',un!*"Uc"' , American, which were to the west of The letter which he took to be the T> "'"""'j,'M', „! ',.,._ f«i» rcp.ese.nied by a eo.or.-d at- Hll„(hur „,,,„ „nd dlrctly ln the path work of a crank was signed merely Ife"'*1'P J"* ," , ' . ,„ , oriey rom loungslowi, and Attorney | *f ,,,', n.^,08 I "John." Honoris Hon I*. K. llunler represenis the l.K.-al col- ™ oied Masons, lt la aliened ihat i'ri.ae collected money from parlies in lias ty in organi/.uig a nev ,-oinbinuiioii ol ; Oavid i.ouge located here h*is been ex- ' pelled fro mUie order ot Mason and is chas l.ib.-rty avenue t ic niering the hall. lt is time for the Republicans of Alliance to awaken to the fact that we are in a campaign whloh Is to decide I :he fate of a nation by the vote In N.>- Iv.mber and it I. the duty of every ,! voter to become acquainted with the issues of the campaign which 1 terira- on the l.eaigue of Nation Atwood will explain to hi. hear-rs lust what the I-eague of Nations would mean t" our Hepublic If we should b«- ,.„„„. H member of the association, ih" ,., ■ i.ai.bv of President Wilson. Tint l« iUwjn8 lillk.u Afril,ul ,,r b!s mi-Moti In earning to A .lance un t(1,lcu operative .M ,»,. ry" ,1,-r th- auspice, of the l*.epublic.in , Lljluri.d Mtiauna o| ,oJ' ral committee. It will s Uebasing Inllueiice ol ine 11. " I non hern In ; In I'kralne has ha [ ratniun troops In lm fairct a n I "i a l.af- ■I I.it- nn Ihe : lli'.f tho Icl-lii h .et ■ t- r.'i of- «l.y and Ac- I lie local e alleged order. (By Associated Pr««M) TOLEIX), O, Bapt. »0.—Toledo plant, of th* Wniy.-Ororiand Company wara closed down yesterday and today following the lay-off of 4.500 men and women workers. Less fkan 2.000 remain to operate Denver Parks Offer Suggestion ll To Build Pleasure Resort out of Old Reservoir Property for City tin speaker a rousing reception, eralivo Masonry Alliance last No-1 _just t,efuru th. s staled ■Vlliance asiiirants to vi paid as much aa so eton degrets of Op- College Women's Club Holds Opening Meeting of New Year And Discuss Elaborate Plans The new year of the College Women's Wednesday which gives to the club a membership Mr Atwood was In .i""""-' '*■" *■" | — J ust m rom tn» noon recess uf vemher and gave the shop men ln our municipal c.uri Judge Moore dismissed club opened auspiciously iirger shops some talks that are not the charge of .-mb. zzelnient against evening, when the new olllcers aasune.-d forgotten. These shop men are lnv.te.1 j William II. 1'rice. The Judge staled [„ I their duties al the home of Mrs. F. A. In hear Mr. Atwood again In his op!n-|p|a decision thul the aclion si ould bu' Holies, of South l'nlon avenue. ion of the I>-ague cf Nations. Tlie w-lpiacBi In a civil i ase and not' in tl ■' At 7;3'J President Mabel Hartzell j Ring, the ladles standing during tl men are especially Invited to this meet- criminal court. Judge Mooru slated' expressed her appreciation for the re*, reading of the namea. The list of names join (..in ral ing Tin v will have a common Interest I n,at tho evidence proved no c^se spouse to the call for attendance and Included Mra. J. I.. Shunk. Mtb. W. J-I in the meeting which will be an edu- u( emljezzlement against Price The' opened the regular routine session with' l.upton, Mrs. J. W. Davis, Mrs. F. Aj cational one It was stated when Mrs. cage against mis colored man who i 'he reading of the minutes of the May -Kinsey, Mrs. Elisabeth Fording and of about four hundred. Beautiful Tribute. A beautiful tribute to the dead nf the year waa given by Mrs. (I. 1.*, Reports Iron, !!..■ fion'- sli.nv th.it the Polish I'kralniall lot " ■ an* ., I vanning^iloni* the i ntu,. Inn In i'i.) center the roles have reaehed Slofliii and cn, soil ihe i;ln-r > le ', ,r i. . |i turim; ihe "1st l».l h. . il. dl*. i .on ami capturi'i^ nm ■ aai. . In l'olesia ll.e l'a.l.-a sm I,• I iho fourili bolshei ii, ara.' . lla. i. ,.a,-t states, titKini' "'"in prisnin r-. lm ; nl- Ing all staff olln er v. ith th.' e*. n- tion Of the caalnln.alalia I' itl a laief aihll wresting Pin 'k Iri.tn the ..-. h-l I arc es. It.'tween l.'rodho in V ..an v iii.l, Polish troops haie ... i tipi"d :!"■ i.iil- way Junction of Saarn*.'. In connection witn the report of tho capture ot K'amenet, l.n|.,i-k 1... t an t'krainlari-i in their eat t « . ra I ;. ■ i --11. it Is said una.flii I,illy i hit the r; , .;:i- laiis ar" coiiteinplai ii,^ an . fi'iit in \\ ran. :.-i s to;, e ■ ai ml sever the hoi-he il. In f ■-o-utiiiit*,- Icatlon between Kiev nnd Odes. a. q«nt 30— (SDe->seats, ls also of concrete construction.''.ibson spoke at the high school audl-la!!10 charged with false pretense wi.'l meeting, Mrs. C. H. Cassaday acting as rLh.™ Mlmit seats are also distributed lorlum under lhe auspices of the ix-m- be hoard later. (secretary pro tempore. The treasurers !A-Pe!:h??!..°^!™l„.8!f,l\*,!rl,„,"i'u .„H drinllni -ratic club, that It was an educational | . Report was read and the auditing c,m- CREW DESTROY » Denver, Colorado, etal Correspondence, the plants the rest of the week when ctty m the United States can boast of, throughout the grounds and drinking r);,pt|n)t lw;d ,,,„ talk was ^ the th«y reop«n tomorrow. Normally pretUer and more elaborate parks fountains are provided. iho trees t.,nuthplM.e of prPBident Wilson. Th there are between 12,000 .and 14,000 |than Denver, these beauty spoU nam- and shrubbery add greatly to tho ap-, mM>llI1R j^-iday night will be an educa employed Ibertng thirty and containing a total' pearance of the place. Only a visit ,,„„„• nnc from a nepubiicnn stand Those released yesterday were to- Lf j.orj acres and valued at $4,000,000 to the place can satisfy as words can ,H,mt. Oo, and hear the difference, ■trnctaod to report Monday morning' without the Improvement.*. The cost, not picture it by wh *«h time officials say H will be ^ maintenance ls $165,000 a year, of The purpose of this letter is not to known definitely whether the plants i w*jjc|, sum $16,000 Is spent for mualc exploit Denver or Its parks, but to will operate on a three day a week Tne parim are ln charge of a commla- offer a suggestion t-* the citixens, an basis or rem*an closed until condl- Rlon which ls appointed by the may- particularly the officials of Alliance. tions ta the antomobile Industry get!or lvnver also bas a Civic Center, !1 am informed fiat the Sunken Card- back to normal. . ijust across Broadway from the State en menUoned ^bove. only a few years Palling off ln the demand for aoto- ■ capltol. which when completed wiil ago. was a city dumping ground such mobiles whleh has affected motor|nave cogt ^ tjje neighborhood of $3,- as the "Old Reservoir" property, be- **r companies in general through-[qoo.OOO. jtween Broadway and Oxford street in oat the I'nited States, ls assigned as ,j la'not my intention to to into de-|ARiance. and which the Pennsylvania the cause of drastic curtailment o' tall reitardlng these parks but I do Railroad Company has so kindly production at the Toledo plants. Jfeel that attention should be called deeded to the city. And it may be the 5 C0« CREATING INTOLERABLE SITUATION IN BELT AST Mrs. C. H. Cassaday acting as Mrs. *-*. V. Cassaday. Standing committees were appointed' Las follows: littee's report on the same was re-| Campus—Mrs. T. P. Bailey, chair- | i eivod. Both reports wero slven with!man, Mra F. Sebring and Mrs. J il lhat Bplrit which Is a secret !n the, Vaughn. success of the club. The treasurer's re*j Pro*jTam—Mrs. N. C. Fetters, choir* port Is well worth publication and cov-,man, Mra F. A. Holies, rrs the year from September 1, 1319 io| Executive—Ofllcers, chairmen of <1e- Keptember 1, 1"20, as follows: .partments, Mrs. B. F. Stanton, Mrs. J. itecelpts: "-'■ Vaugha* and Mrs. G. L.. King, l.alance on hand, 9-1-19 $ T90.771 The executive committee will assume PAPER CONDEMNS PLAN AS PROPOSED BT ERET TO SETTLE IRISH CAUSE I ieceived from dues ■ ilefreshment booths 1918 .... (By Associated Press) J From carnival DANVILLE, VA.. Sept. SO.—Revenue'Frum entertainment. (Knoll) agents poured out on the streets heriiir nm commencement hosp. today gallons of moonshine v. his" com captured in a recent raid. One «•** ,«'From refreshment booth. 1019 (Tiy Ass. BELFAST, Ir. 562.00 no responsibility ln planning for 293.53 tertainmenla or work except emergency.a menting upon il 699.49 cases, until the proposed matter has tlrey for tlie solution . 50 00 been decided upon by the club as a "lem, the I uiom a N" , Whole. jdemes th- Keheiiie aa 12.11* Dlscnss Plans. 258 47 The plans for the year were talten n.l.il Press] nd. :". ;.t. ::a iroposai s of \ i- I tbe li I. 't al !■>■ 111* ■It J bootleggers who attempted «•* jcape | (By Associated Press) was slightly wounded. i Grand total BELFAST. Sept. 30.—Continuance! As tbe heavy run! *t# .e slammed! ..f rlotinir and bloodshed In this city ia'against the pavemcp* ^eep stream of I Valuation: — Sunken Garden", on Speer, "aied that the site of Denver^ hunk- view<sl „mcilUly „ creati„K up for discussion and decision as far (2(67 22 as was practicable. Tbe booth at the 1 athletic field will be open again for of ail lir.'i'.h iin.-ui|i land. In that it loliav resist a ne I 'ntn Vice-President Clarence Earl said: to tho .*sunten Garden", on Speer, staieu mai me sue oi uenvers bu he was hopeful that Overland busl- |ton*evard. at West Eleventh avenue. pn C-arden compared in no way w Ith ,, ness would revive next week due to|whlle one ^ u the price cuts announced Tuesday In;,*,, pari,g |t ja New York by John N. Willys • jthe cUy *may ,__ Clarence A. Earl, vice-president of L ^ found flowers of many varieties, tract of land thai can be developed, Th the Willys Overland Company, an- arrangoj jn beds of various designs.'lnt0 an Ideal park, a spot of which ergtu nqanced late today that all depart-1To(Jay u ,g a( ,u j^g,^ bul withtn abtindon that p> lslation upon [e*a expendi. n. \ ol : ■ llll' a-t loll \t|l| tar,| The Norlln rn ' I every citizen may be proud. For lt being situation ! serving refreshments and rental of 1-!wh.ile-ljghtnlng .ed the curbing Checking account $ 600.81'cushions for the grand stand Mrs . proposal and made for the nearest drain, ■preai-j Interest accoiyit. Ind B, & L. 800 00 Harry Shaw was appointed chairman "f wonld revive next week due tO|Whlle one ^ y,,, gmajiegt of the pub- the Reservoir property aa to natural for an armed civic guard Is likely tollng its rich aroma as it went. Crowds: Irterest accou'nt. Alll H. Co. 800.00 the sub-committees, to have charge of Indeed a spot ot which goo,jT-sphy or topography. Alliance,! be adopted by the government lf disor-ithat watched the "wreckim- crew'* at'Accrued Int. Ind. H * L. 18.56 the refreshment booth for each ball, orK.ln_ feel Droud ln it are r'«ht In the center of the city, has a ders continue. work blocked traffic and every time aiAccrued Int. Alll. B. Co 21.33 game. The subcommittees were volnn-t .-Thft , ; - — * --*-■- Threats by the Sinn Felners that -unlet was broken a .groan went up I l*? £nd MJ,«» M;"l?' "*"?;••• ,Mr* | Britian i. i„ «.,J miiatlon of such a guard will he John Lee Anderson, a ne-fro. cmikl1 .Total investments $2300 53 J^_ L.Kng. Mrs. **V_ L.Hart. Mrs .1 L. an(J ,^, ,,,„ t , r| taken as a "declaration of war" wltn j not resist the temptation. He straddled! layments on College note ■• $4,711.01 Thrallklll, Mrs. O. V f.uittird. Mr* .1 outb.tw..n tl. ua '»»".' "t '» »» ■"■ —. ■"»• "•—•" - i resultant uprising of Irish national- lhe streaam. rmnml his Imnds .,nd re-!T)i.<i on tiledee 5,288.99 r, \atighn. Mrs. Sydney Lelgei, ,*. menu of the plant will be reopened u days the frogU wh,ch ttlrea(ly. years the people have been clamor- „„ arp not ,;lkenb seriously Monday The announcement \ol-\ ,n evjl1encei wiU p*ay havoc. Here ing for parks and have -.oted for tho ,aS(^rt„, that the"exisUt,g lowed one of yesterday that for tn*»y tQ ^ tomA a preUy artificial lake, i necessary expenditure, bat today : cannot possibly be worse." remainder of the current week all I BurTOun<je<j by concrete w.all of neat,fin<*s *ltt-e or nothing accomplished. it is claimed the government cannot departments but several devoted to| . artistic naviiinn with' L7. : : Z2~ nfford to maintain rafflclent military parts and employing .boot $.000 j *-*•»•*•**- An artisUc pavUlon with (Continued on rage io ) f,irr),, ,„ thi. cl,y to ^^ w)th dl/ WOQld be shut down. I " turbed conditions, .and must rely on Vice-President Earl said the re-| FOR SIXTEEN YEARS LAfJfCH Bill STRIKE. jthe cooperation of fcyal subjects to ductlon tn the prices of Overland and; We have served the people of Alll-! MILAN, Sept. 30.-lnrteren.es over, maintain order. Willys-Knight cars appeared to bt un, using always In our shoe re-l^e <l««*«**-°n of pay for work done by| SKrfI i*. rivfil •tlmul.$lng demnnd and promised]palrlng the best of m^erUl. and a»* 2St^2cST.iot .ff mdus'"ll pUnTi i "? tft^.te^pfe«i ■ore extended operation, at the pjyjng the best of workmanship, at £" ^dTl strike luali The es"a"! CINCINNATI. Sept. SO.-The finding fair prices. For your convenience; u»hments ln that city. Thus tat thereiof a se.-ond skull ln the Ohio Kivter *ia\-« «r« fatvlsv Ktsrtine a dellverv Rv»lknvn lawn nr. «,ama. in.a.i.n,. i within three days'was reported to Cor- Ihe stream, cupped his hands and re-; Due on pledge gardtess of other forelajm matter drar.i.l deep and long. He was taken lo the [ Total pledge court house and fined. ave «nu»uT»cc ric /-.no'*'6 trv today starting a delivery sys-i have been no serious incident nriivFRV svstfm T5,.u,f tern, which wtU do away with the de- -~r -m A „ -,- - fHONE"xi SEGe!'S FOR SHol I ^ ^d inconvenience In having your | POTATOES TA NEW PLAN TO INAUGURATE REIKI OF TERRORISM by civil e. ,r Ti.. Chet Blery, Mrs. I*. 8. Wetwl and .Mrs , a|,out anv i..,|,,it». $10.00".00 Mary Wllheim w.as the list s,K*ured. I an<l it..i .;rr.n./a ;ures 9.V-19—9-V-20'..$2,006 a.S Mrs. I. G. Tolerton wm delegated to violence Is si.imi- j Bal on hand. 9-1-20 660 64, hive charge of the purchasing depart ' 1 ment. $2667.22] Mm. J. K. Vaughn. Mrs. Joh Twentv-nlne names were added when land Mrs. T. F. Bailey win m« the call for new names was made, I (Continued en Page If) ) REPAIRING. O. BELL 168-W. PHONE 6778. shoes repaired. Telephone to I toes. Special for Friday and Satur- WANTED—TO RENT HOUSE OF] day. $3>5 a bag, $1.60 bu. 40c pk„ (By Associated Pr.n) TACOMA, Wuh , MpL M.—A plan of the Industrial Worker* of tbe World rner Bauer today by the commandeV of! *? Inaugurate a period of . rrorlsm in a government dredge boat, who took ***?"* n°Tltwe»t wi'Mn *"*?!* d"***V u It from the water while dred-rin.tr « charged by Congressman Albert John- nore pota* I ^/^ „J B^d^late yeaterdaV. I *»n °< the ">«"«. WartIngt-n «U«rlct. In HEAR "BABE" RUTH IN ALLI- ABOUT SIX ROOMS, MODERN IM- Sweet potatoes 6 lbs. for 25c; 55c pt; ANCE, SATURDAY, OCT. 2—FUR* PROVEMENTS, AND CENTRALLY 1 Dry onions, 6 lbs. 25c. 45c pt; Canta- THER ANNOUNCEMENT IN FRI-j LOCATED. CALL 3231 OVER OHIOi loupes, genuine Rockyford, the best OYS PAPER. STATE TELEPHONE. j grown. 3 and 4 for 25c. Come early HEAR "BABE" RUTH IN ALLI- * land avoid the rush. N. Y. C. R. R-. ANCE SATURDAY OCT 2 FUR- «SFOR°c^Nn7nq"t°UEM BARTH FULTON FRUIT MARKET. COR. "ar?!tubStMS'dlng Open every day. THER ANNOUNCEMENT IN FRI- «S FOR CANNING AT L. M. BARTH I AW AND ARCH UNO£R BAK.jEd. Lanb, Mgr. 0AVS PAPER. ERY. POTATOES $1.60 BU, $390 a statement todA.;* commenting on an onymous letters received by the Seattle police and federal authorities bringing Bailey's Dancing .School Class for student beginners, Friday, j the warning that radicals are planning 7 o'clock Assembly 8 o'clock. to blow up financial Institutions and buildings In Tacoma, Portland an.l j ERY. POTATOES -V.60 BU, *3JO; OARAGE FOR RENT. COR. CO-1 SEGEL'S WANTED-A MAN FOR JANITOR BAG;,2.1-2 BU.; ROCK FORD CAN*|LUMBIA AND LIBERTY. $6 A MO. FOR SHOE REPAIRING V/E WIL HOL2WEaR»^ErnW°RK *"**"* S^V ?tE1kF°TO^ATOES ! ""'^ *"E""=A" THEATRE. Ic2^ FOR AND^DaL^ER a"t HOL2WARTH CO, .NINO BEAF STEAK .TOMATOES, BUnsiF em pci 1 duomc i«a_u/ 75c BU. OTHER FRUITS AND VEQ- FOR SALE—4 CYLINDER BUICK PHONE 168-W. WANTED—G0R0ON •** R E S S ETABLES. OPE« TONIGHT TILL ROADSTER. IN EXCELLENT COM* UNION BRICKLAYERS. SI 35 PER FEEDER. REVIEW JOB OEPT. J7*30. WE DELIVER. 'DITION. CALL O. S. 4S2C MR, APPLY HIGH SCHOOU Seattle. Federal aecert serrlcs oapasrattres were attempUng to trace the .source of the lettrs which vrre -rtgned "a friend of workers." FOR .SALE—PAIR OF S AND • YEAR OLD DARK DAPPLE GRAY HOR8ES, WEIGHT, ABOUT 3100. SUPREME DAIRY CO. KLU KLUX KLIN (By Associated Press) TOLEDO. O., ,Bept $0.—Burglars | ORDER MEN ARRESTED AdiSSOEWHCSOF STORMS (By A»»',e. WASnilN'IT'lN. (By Associated Prem) separate warniiu.- ROME, SepL $0—The Trihuna**s-t*t*s''"jr"r"' T)'" r,r ' drewed In KIu Klux Klan robe, co*- .«***«- "••'"" » \^nt^U"T "' f* r*i n.!". .CTu" \Z "' • 1. yT .... „i„t,, ,n ..-..in .k,|C-mt selzui* of tbe Russian stearr.er,., ' . tmued laitt night to terrorise '^! Rodoeto at Genoa by seamen who1"". ""u,h ,""""■ Vance street duilrtct here. The' «^; boarded the vesael, the public proseru- -;"«'"' tered a number of homea awanenen nritmrmA .u. ....,, .. .. _ .winds and ga • s, . j, - „.„. .^.. ,ia»n i 'or nas oroered the arrest of 42 men seepers and were scared away "Den;,^^^ »i-.«^»- ..._ *_._ . ■ b.s #ftri .■ "_- .iM~., .rr.„.mA h» ftnise. -rtlrr»d J^nMy already bave been srresied.| Nonhwu,, .,,,., •tin III ■•I IT K. *,i The seamen intended to place steam-), er at the disposal of the meiaj work-' ers. rn the rea 11 faire fitninu f* one sleeper, aroused by noise, stlrr-id; In bed. The police have been hunting: the clan but are baffled. •>MToELRPEHPA7mNTn° w8eEw£? ca?l! l«2Ea«E-^Pnr, ^-T o * PHoilc »TKNOORAPHEK. BXCRRI«»vtl/ , * T** FOR AND DELIVER. O. 8. PHONE OPPORTUNITY POR IlKiHT 1'' PARTT. 8AXON CHINA CO. \. « 1. norihv ...st W'Te 6778. BELL PHONE 168-W. READ THE METHODIST THER- MOMETEH OM PAGE 1 WANTED—MAN FOR KEEPER AND CHECKER. ANCE BRICK CO. TIME- ALLI* annoilncem. Htroru' and blhly galea, ■ - 1 if it 1...I-.*. i'l there \s<aiiUI '•\ .'St V. al af." .1 *.a| ■ if', rrt a* 1 *..• a SEVERAL GOOD WORK HORSES FOR SALE. PRICE REASONABLE. ALLIANCE BEVERAGE CO, WANTED—TWO OR THREE ' HUNDRED BU. GOOD BRIGHT] YELLOW FREESTONE PEACMC3 OATS. SUPREME DAIRY CO. AND DAMSON PLUMS FOR CAN- -_. —— NINO AT L. M. BARTH CO CEMENT FINISHER WANTED] AT ALLIANCE BUICK PLANT. $2. J. I FRESH FISH AT HARTZEI.L'8 A. MOORE, FOREMAN. "AT 8EBRING, FRIDAY. \ J *stitom*Wto^s*frr*k*iMumSilk^ . , -*i.jls>ii%M!< ttt rff-Tifr--*-lSf- -1 »;vM^,:V
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1920-09-30|
Stark County (Ohio)
Mahoning County (Ohio)
|Date of Original||September 30, 1920|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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THE ALLIANCE BEVIEW
VOL. XXXIII., NO. Ho.
Tartly rioney la weit, rain followed by
clearing In east porlion tonights probably frost In «**e*-l portion I.might. Krlday fair and conili.iic.l i e..:. Ilart.nieler
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ALLIANCE, OHIO. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1920.
fHREE CENTS—DELIVERED 15c A WEEK.
POLISH ARMY CAPTURES L!
PISIMLiBGHIEF JUSTICE M'OBHLBMSOSPl'BiT&fieE ON GALVESTON WATERIP™
IT REPUBLtGAN si
SAYS INVESTIGATION IS TO|Mj|J|: ™^™TjFRONT DESTROYS TWO PIEBS
IE DESPITE CHARGES' mm
FAILS IS POLES
Precincts Visited at Noon
vJNiour Showed But Light
Registration, Men Being in Lead.
MRS B. H. BURNS FIRST
TO RECORD HER NAME
Polls Closed at 2 O'clock Until 4 O'clock When It Is
Expected Many Will
Owing tt. *J».*^(* £layWl,t1£
ring l"i* regis
OF STATE'SJITTORNEY HOYNE!
Grand Jury Foreman Asserts That Matter of Threshing!
Out Evident Is Well Under Way—No Baseball Ses-
sion Was Scheduled to Be Held Today, But Report
Says Two Other Baseball Players, Members of White I Juniol
Sox Have Been Negotiating to Tell What They Know
About World's Series Plot—Expert Officials Statement of "Happy" Felsch, It Is Understood He Has
Confessed to His Share of Throwing the 1919 World's
(Hv AlMC.aa'd Prens)
CHICAGO, S.'j't. Co. -With Little
.more ihan a ftfh'.ri^ chance to win the
I Am-rlian I,<.ik i* I- inariU the Chicajr.i
| White Sox. cri| i»l*"-l i.y ;h<- less of seven
■ i s tar a jus a rrsu!' >>( thn jUM-hall scandal
■ t\* i* • i j .. _ | mvcattguai-n, leti Uxiay fur St. lx>uis
I lilSlingUlSned AUthOr andito »P*-n the final Uir.-L- nn.e series of
the tM*a.son tomorrow witii th* St Louis
The playera wr** determined to fljrht
to the end ami \\ ere not li.ukward in
fXpriKShu; their '■••'.i.*f that the Hr*'\vnn.
who ha\e Ju*^.• '..--t i,,ur "traighi i«> the
Cleveland Indians, would lose three
more in a row. Kor the Sox to win the
.pennant they mu.it win three In a row,
while Cleveland li