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BJfjBJH-ssaa >?^t-*'- ■ lg •*ai'^'. * *&*.^2i'?^_y~]Z~fc-'2 J^\-i/r* ' ' •Eft j^-*c-***«*"aj demy ea aat rssrt M Warn eaa atrap yamrePM aaA eaothcr tow ev«rry time. ' *___________. _______**. -m ■ ^-* " - — ________..___, tvvTuaaV tlPfHI OT SHrSndllMF f"raUM!r*' ■M IWMf BweUf tte alMslfM -Os »«4 ft* «*• mm wh* wa-aU tto Job! THE ALLIANCE lEEYIEW *j*« .fr-e»" Vt*trr^sr--i- AND LEADER THB WKATKBay Ctesdy aart mack eooier t ©sight, pro-, babiy showers to E**t portion. Thwre- Aay taM. Parameter PPMi temperstsr* *4 at M a. m. fload-f, raining. At sa* o'eloek a, tau bsrorraeter MM tempers- ta** aat aattly cloudy. VOL. XXXHL, NO. 103. SIXTEEN PAGES ALLIANCE, OfflO.WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27,1920. CHREE CENTS-DELIVERED 15c A WEEK. PRESIDENT URGES COMPLETION OF IWORK 4 MtDDLEWEST IS BY ENORMOUS VOTE i $» Adams Declares Majorities WiU Be So Large That "One Hesitates to Mention Them." TRADING COX FOR STATE CANDIDATES National Democratic Ticket Given Up by National Committee As Hopeless. (By Assoelated Press) _-_. CHICAGO, Oet K-^Vaa political eitaatloa la the mlddleweat, asar "settled lato tto flaal tona" ladlcates re- ** publican toajoritles "to enormous that oas hesitates to *ven mention them", according to John T. Adams, vies chairman of tha Republican national committee la charge ot Western head- quarters who today gave eat the fol- lowlng niteAT<9 campaign Issues la that territory. I "Minnesota will 90 tor Harding by a very large majority, undoubtedly above 100,000. aa a natloaal organiza ttaa 9ft Dsmocratlc party to Minnesota aae aslmoet osased to exist. "In Nebraska Ota Democratio organisation la moribund. The Republican majority la that state will be unusually large—et least 60,000. "Ia Iowa, Harding and Coolldg* will win tor well oyer 100,000. SanUpr Cummins wUTpull through hat hCWlll ' runcon*lderahly behind tbe natloaal ticket "la Wisconsin the certainty et aa •normoa* majority far Harding bas , „ taken the Me eat ot the national cam- «i&aal,gn. The governorship ls ln doubt. P" "In, niiaol* the Harding and Cool- a Tdge majority Is problematical, tt may bs around 160,000. I expect to see Mr. Small win over Colonel Lewis. Indiana to expected by the closest fig- ures to go for Harding by 66,000 or 60,000. In Michigan Harding Is safe aad nre by a majority ot more than 100,000. Ia St. iaonls aa enormous Republloan majority will ba piled up. Taa atate as a whole will go Repub- Iteaa bf mam then 40,000. "North aad South Dakota will show e vote aboat three to two ta favor af Harding antl Coolidge. The majorities srfll aot b* enormous bat they •will be aare. "Tbe national democratic ticket has baaa tpaaa ap aa hopeless and Mr. Oat to being traded oft far state caa- dldatea"". POST NOTICE CHARGING BRITISH CHQNEir WITH MURDER OF MA'f DR (By Associated Prass) CORK, Oct. PC—Outarid. of the Cork elty ban thsr* ****** posted today th* tolloartoe notie*:—- "Th* second Republican L-or-dr Mayor ef Cork Haas, ss lay Itin prsdeceseor murdered by tba British .government. Cork to to mourning. Cltfarens, or any section ot them, wtU t*k* only authorise* action. Order* will b* laaued by proper eathortttars." Todsy ps,ssed quietly wtth the exception of * alight .stir rsrsraarl by military da oa banks in search of fir* arms aood la eaaaa tor eats keeping. soid- B not oa duty were r*stri<ot*d to tita*lr hsjrtaeksi tto* body ot Joseph Murphy, sa* ot th* hunger eUllurse ta Cork toil, who dl*d laat night, ws* .removed tonight to a church from whlah tb* fun.rtal wfll be h*ld toeaorrow. With ths exception ot "T^tT Bad Donovan, who ar* b*- lMrtrsd to b* rapidly nearlng death, doo- tors say there le etlll a chance to sav* tb* Uv** of tb. -resnarmlng hunger strikers, tf tbey wss* Trolaas-l MTOS ARE STOLEN every day, the theft losses er* tar greater thaa tX*mW It to aot safe to ia without theft toaaraaee -which yaa aaa abtsta from J*maa I. Rickard a Son. Insurance agents, at very low rata*. > **m*a*Mm9 TOTH BROS. GROCERY A NEAT MARKET WILL OPEN UP FOR BUatNESS OOT. 90. WILL DELIVER OROERa TO ALL FARTB OT THE CITY. HANDLE ALL SMSBfl MEAT. tss wauoh. o. a. am. PUN 11 DISTRICT COT IN RED GROSS ROU CULL TD KIUKI ALLIANCE Bad Cross Roil esU sirangaments sr* bsing rapidly completed. The work- •toa'|je*e-bBiat BSlsr-ted to undertake ths osnvserdng, while another .committee le dividing th* dty tote districts for efficient sad rapid work. Letters bas* Bene eat to th* varloua organizations which will giv« time tor thev help. Heretofore thsr* has been s -rood deal of conflict In solloiUng hy reason of promiscuous work being dons, ee In the caw* et soliciting at the hoates and also at the place of employment, so this pear there wtB bs s eomplet* change of method Se follows: aheree* to toni*r* canvas, for Membership, to* one dollar. Donations from individuals from their membership. Donations from Lodgea, Fraternities, etc Donations treat Labor Bodies, ss organisations. Donations from Business Institutions ss sueh. Thai* I In ns from Manufacturing Concerns, as sueh. With this plan thare i* every feature of ->eod co-operative effort that will in sure results. Every cent of tinned** will rrtay ln Alliance for th* people of Alllanc*.' while one-half of ttt* Dollar to* mute be paid into th* treasury ot tbs National Red Cross. ttmsftj* * th* importance ot donation to at onoe appellant. To give the people ef atHttnno sn ides of the work that Is done quietly ead effectively by the Mat Cro** tn Alliance, tto>. Review will print a report tor the Ust final year snd this will skew to*! ivotixme ^-ldmagnitud* fbr which no other emergency help 1* available. It BBW bs s llrnrst linsill of th* government will leak .aftar theee matters later on, (Mt fl to aot so now, and while thos* er* certain sources ot relief, yet they ar* not Immediate and therefore out'of the question tor emergency ss ln th* aaa* ot .accident, sodden sickness or an epidemic iigii schoo-l auditorium is eejtiiitt Board Lets Contract for Excavation, Foundation and Steel Frame. LEADER IN BOOZE RINC IS HELD WITHOUT BMI (Bv Aaaoelatad Prass) CHICAGO, Oet IT.—Dr. Blk* Holder for many year* * looming figure in th* Chicago underworld sad leader la tV- c«nt whlaky **rf*ft easts today ess la custody of federal officials who ***k to obtain from him detail* ot "Boose ring" operations H* was token into custody laat night by Deputy Marshal* and detainee without bail aftsr bsing questioned by Charles T. Orytse, United States district attorney. According to Clyne, Hattler mad* a confession detailing ths activities of th* rise aai implicating a number of federal officials state and city officera raliroad agents and .small town mayors Heltler's name has bssn linked with th* whlaky traffic by mvarrU saloonkeepers who nrasertsd he knew ot s recent 1100,000 whisky roJbery her* ln which polio* war* said to hav* sided tba "boose ring* on the rttnurf of th* liquor. POLICE RECNEB ONE OF THTSTOLEN CARS On* of th* toet automobiles which hav* been stolen In th* city since laat Saturday night, hss bssn recovered. Tb* Ford touring ear owaed by Dillon Stump, staolen yesterday taorrnine *t 10 o'clock was found ab*wd)en*d en Blast Columbia street 11 hours later. Tb* "Bin**** aad not been drunsgsd 'in any way. Nothing had been taken from th* ear. SSi*"*' Th. polioe Will continue Sto (March tor th* othar etetsa oars. Ths makes of ths autoa stfit missing Su**. Buick. Chandter .snd Ford. CONTRACTORS WILL BEGIN WORK AT ONCE Construction Work Win Be .Poshed As Rapidly As Possible Until Completed. EXCLUSIVE PHOTOGRAPH OF ROYAL FAMILY OF GREAT BRITAIN FIRE TRUCK HIT Freight -State Clashes lato Tree* afsatoBi Canton, Oct it,—a *m was narrowly averted last night nsar midnight, when a' .freight train struck Firs truck illiailinr I, of the Canton Fire Department. It as aaM tas (Mtss at tk* i* lielng failed ta work properly aad set. not Jtowmed aa th* freight train approached aaA ths tbe track dashed upon the track on a return trip from a tola* alarm m fhe. Ths truck srss hit by tb* freight train sad beaky damaged and the driver Ralph Toung .seriously but not fatally injured. Jf*ou- firemen riding oa the track aseapad injury by lumping. Toung eaa ***** te the hoapltal The accident wae ea the Penna railroad. MASQUERADE SOCIAL Friday OeL ltth. Briton School Hoaee. Everybody welcome. OMttrriS^-aiRLa to woatt in WARE ROOM. QOOD WAOEB RAID WHILE LEARNING. FRENCH CHINA CO, 17TH BT, SEBRINO. BATB IBCREASBS. CBy Associated frees: COLUMBUS. Oct. l7.-Esl.phoa.. rat* tneraasss af approrlmatelF m prsxsnl la 11 Ohio towns ar* provided tar la new art* .schedules Sled today by Um Chaaapeake and Potamic Telephont company. AWlaMtWUAbimmamatatlon. CQUNCIUUIU M. RTAN to taa only Alttoaoe csadMate tor Coaaty Cemptim\aam.9mm*p Alliance voter should support Aim. CELEBRATION OF NOOSE HEART DAY AT NOOSE LODOE ROON S P. M. WEDNEEDAY, OOT. ST. NENBERB, FRIENDa AND PUB- -UO CORDIALLY INVITED. jflCA HARRY E. SCHOOLEY, BECY. HONE FOR a-BViOy ON W. CAN- BRIDGE. 8 ROOMS. RECEPTION MRU. AND BATH. ALL MODERN COVENIENCEB. INNEDIATE POO SESSION. CALL ROLLER REALTY ca bell so*, a e. em. At aa adjourned meeting of fhe dty >board of education held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, considerable business of importance wu transacted. For several week* the queation ot building tha auditorium oa ths high .school grounds has interested the members of tba achool board. When the bid of Kratz & teas for the building of the two wings to the high school building waa received It contained the bid for thf erectloa of tke taa wings separate or combined with the auditorium. The mt Sir the wings were at oaee accepted aad the work aa these tg neirtag completion, bet tta bid for tbe erection of the a war torium was held In altajraatu because ot a lack of funds to bund both taa additions to the high school and .the auditorium, safer aoaaa $2*0,000 being available to be expended aa the auditorium. At the meeting ot tha board held October lt, Architect Packard who drew the pleas aar the auditorium was present, aad advised the board to proceed with the baildlng of the auditorium to the extent of the funds available sad stated sash an arnngetaaat could he mad* with the contractora Krsts A Boos.. Tk. board approved this and went on record to that effect. Mr. Packard w*a requested to prepare details toe a aew contract embodying the above piae aaA *ubmit it to a meeting to be held this week. Sueh e meeting wa* held Tuesday and a contract entered Into wherein the eoatractors Vill begin work at excavating tor the auditorium at oaee aad tha baildlng af the foundation for the building will follow aa rapidly Be possible. It to ths hope of the board that ther* is enough moaey available to enclose the auditorium, bet"tt if eat aallMaila*! there wfll be eoough money in the feed te do much of• the Interior work. Will mam Week. Architect Packard asserted that by beginning th* work this fall ea proposed by tha uuatiaeL the completion ef the bonding would he advanced fully ate month*. By the term* at tta contract Kratz & Son ara to proceed at oao* to excavate .far tte baildlng, build the foundation and erect the steel frame work for tta bulldlag tw*laat ae possible. This wtt reqnire aboat $178,000, leaving about $90,000 for additloaal work. Thla means that more moaey will be aeeded east year to complete tts etructare aad furnish seat- tag and lighting, bat' AHIsaoe will respond. The need of a hall with a seating capacity, aaah as ths aadl- tortnm will have, lar Alliance la sot questioned aad befor* th* next prcsl- deatlal electloa la held sMMaaao wtt be ready .Car tte big guns of ths laaiialga FINsLMOTCTlS GIVENBYSEORETARY (By AMociattki Prase) COLUKBUi, Oct. 2T.—Final instruction* to county electloa officials seat today by Oaorotary ot Btate Smith stress th* importance of prompt .and accurate servlc ta agetttog returns to the secretary of .state's oCBee. Th* •teMBJH ticket should b* counted first, th. instructions aaid and than ths rttat*. The election board members snd clsrks sr* instructsd to remain em duty aB night, tf necessary, as -well M .*n <at*ettoa day. *tm secret sry of .state's offlo* will b* epaa 2 tight to leaatee retams. Motor Transportation Men Will Meet Cartage men, damp track operat- ort aad transportation men of Stark- co wffl ntoet ae Friday evsnlng at 7:10, October to, at the office* of tte Canton Storage Oa* S20 Cherry-av NB. Csnton, Ohia AU those residing er havlag thatr business head* ejeartere wtthln the UmiU of Stark- oe who ar* eartage aap* er Who are te aar 010 tatereeted te motor transportation, are areata ta he praaeaL Delegatos team Cleveiaad. Toledo, aad Akroa Wtt sttsad. Mr. Collins, af OBllforala, NaUonal Secretary of tte NaUonal Association of Carroll Hauler*, will addreaa tbe meeting.—Adv. An exclusive aad moat recent photograph of King Oeorge and Queen Mary Mtt the Royal Family, artade st the Buckingham Palace shortly after the return of the Prince of Wales from bto* tear around the world. From left to right, sitting. Her Majesty tta Queen; His Majest-f, the King aad Princess Mary. Standing, toft to right, the Drake Of York, the Prince of Wales aad Prince Henry. Lunacy ot League ot Nation |§*|j H •. 1' Discussed By Rev. J. I. Gregory DEALERS WATCH EFFECT OF REPORTED "STRIKE" OF flow MISERS (By Assoeisted Prass) KANSAS C1TT. Mo, Oct ST—Grain operators, market officials aald state board* of agriculture throughout tk* atouttwsst wer* -watching closely today for th* effects of s reported "atrtke" of wheat raisers who it Was said, were refusing to ship thslr product to terminal markets until s basis price of tt a bushel for the wheat was realized. ' "The strike'* called recently by the NaUonal Wheat growers Aasociation ln a proclamation urging members to withhold their wheat from market aatil the 13.00 prloe wru obtained waa declared by W. H. McQreevy,' Wichita, Kansas, .secretary of the organization, to be to taB .toroe. Mr. McOreevy, ln IU* statement, asserted tha association membership ot 70,000 was unanimous tn Its intention not te sell and predicted thst the deaired price would be realize within »0 days J. C. M oliler, of Top ska, secretary of tha Ksneae state bond of agriculture, on the other hand srss emphatic in aesBt I lug "thst there was no .such "strike** In Kanrsjua, sod his view waa being upheld by mark,' .grain nan who asserted that reported *"nt^ off in dellverl** yesterday at .some terminal markets might bs attributed to several causes not related to a "atrflte." MAKE ARHANBEMENTS FOH FUNERAL SERVICE (By Associated Preaa) LONDON, OcL tt.—Relative, ot Ter- en.ee MacSwiney, th. 1st* Lord Mayor ot Cork, who disd ta Brixton prison Monday morning, following a hunger ■trike. wer* today completing arrange- menta air the funeral of the Lord Mayor. Jt wss expected ths body woald be turned over to them by .government authorities following tbs autopsy, snd plans already .announced comtemplat. ite removtu to St. Georges Cathedral. Ttt Win probably remain theae until Thursdsy, when a requiem meaa Wtt bs celebrated after which ths funeral procession will .start for (Boston Station Tbs body will probably resell Dublin •arty on Friday sad there will BB received by •(•••■rioQa .«■%*-•—Ikrttaa § CONFISCATE MONEY * Considering the weather tha crowd at the city council chamber Tueaday evening waa a tab* size, bat tbe two Republican speakers delivered suoh messages ae should have been heard by mb Who could be*** gotten into thr .halL Georg* Floyd presided and introduced as the first rmrsahw the Rev. J. I. Gregory, paste* of th* Presbyterian chureh, of' Bebrlng who rjwoted tbat wonderful chapter on charity .and offered prayer. - With a few preliminary remarks upon hla own personal condition, (physically R*v, Gregory launched into ana ot th* waist teiitns sriihrsaa** CtatAliiaso* has heard during this campaign. His topic w(*a aaii""'h» il ss ths "Sheeny at*tte Laagu* ot Nations," rand sandwiched In was s plea for the Republican ticket ln it* . entirety, th. attitude or VIC Donahay, democratic candidate for governor, being .given such an airing as to convince anyone who wished to be fair, that electing Donahey for governor of Ohio would be no credit to tta *dTy element of the state. The Intermingling of the JLaaaae of Nations .and the candidates for the state officers j ■jae a wondertully well planned thought I and waa well executed, bringing as lt did the extravaagance of tt* preaent administrations, .state and nation.*!, well befor* th* audience, showing ta thair tru* light, the designs of th* Democrats upon everything political. .,** Rev. Gregory dealt with fact,* and he had tl > proof for every assertion hs nude. Going back into history h. gave maeh historical fact which proved the fallacy of aee attempt to upset tha constitution aad lower the flat Of tte Unled Statea of America. Hla tribute to Theodore Rooaevelt the flret mentioned of all the statesmen, to r,||yM|n, to' Washington, and to McKlnley Appealed (Continued on Page lt) WORK FOR CLOSING OBr Associated Preas) DUBLIN, Oct. IT.—Many thosaanda of pounds, snegsd to belong to the Irlah republic ******* itl rase* wud snde* fl seated when military force, raided tb* Munster / aand Tretoetar bsnk to yesterday. The money wae (Heir nun ail ovar eeveral accounts In th* bank. 'It to ■aid tb* confiscation Is likely to bs *at- tremely serious for the Stan Fein. ATTSMg V(|W,1HAU O. C. McDanlels aad family have returned from a brief trip to Forest O. The Alliance people attended the funeral ef Mre. O. L. McPaniele wife of a brother ef O. C. McDaaleU of thla atty. (By Associated Prase) MAttlON, Ohio, Oct. 17.—Th. league of nation., tariff protection. American- tta and Constitutional government ar* expected to be head linen »"pt the iasuea discussed try Benator w-^-*rnng on his final campaign through Ohio be~ glnning taoday Big ending Saturday night with a speech ta Columbus. In addition the Republican candidate win sum up for the voters of trie own stste ths detailed platform wblch hs had/laid down during th* campaign aad on which he I* .asking tor a national republican victory at next week'* election. Leaving Marion shortly .after noon, th* senator** train is du* ta Cleveland la Um* to permit htm to take dinner at s downtown hotel before hie night address ta Gray's Armory thsr.. He win remain In Cleveland until tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow Wight wtt tp*** ta -Akron. On Friday aad Bat* urday , nights, respectively, hs ls tt address night meetings ill Cindnnatt aad Columbus. j^_a»f-*a*-M '^Pnk fpiB WAHTED—OFFICB ANO BALES GIRLS. APPLY • SPRIN4VHOLX WARTHa ^[^^ DANCK—SEBRINO ROLLER 'j4jj_g K THURBOAY EVlt, OCT. SB ALL SUITS REDUCED IA AT THE ALL 8OIT8 REDUCED *M AT THt (PIECE ORCHESTRA. BTYLE CENTRE. STYLE CENTBE. ' —MASONS— THE DANCE FRIDAY NIOHT 18 A NABQUERADC. ALL DANCERS NUST NA8K. ALL MASONS WEL- DONE. ANNOUNCEMENT I WISH TO ANNOUNCE THAT I HAVE PURCHASED THE STRAWN BARBER SHOP .AND. WILL EN- DEAVER TO OIVE YOU THE (MAK (•OOO SERVICE THAT THIB BHOP IB NOTED POR. OIVE US A CALL, YOUR PATRONAGE WILL BE APPRECIATED WILLIAM BINKLEY BIN ARCH 8T. NOTICE. MBOe* Is hereby given that Tom Sampsass to ao longer connected with The Majestic Leach Room operated at eBT SL Mala Street, AUlaaee O. The M*jeetki Lunch Room la aew op*tat»d aad owned by the proprietors of Hie Maleetto Pool room, who SENATOR THOMAS SITS HE WILL NEVER VOTE TO RATIFY TREATY (By Asaoclated Pre**) DENVER** Colo., OeL ' 37.—Th* peace treaty Itaelf and, Jttot ikp JLaajroe of NaXlons is tbe greatsst reason why tlm United State* shonld not ratify It, Senator Thomas of Colorado declared la a campaign address here last night As long as I am la tte United States senate I will never trot* to ratify it, ke declared ln asking support la hi* campaign as a "nationalist" candidate for tbs senate-fioat be now holds as a DemaeraL "The platform* of both major parties are silent, practically on the treaty aad both are ready to .accept tt with noma reservations", he said. "It ls not a treaty at all. Every treaty 1* a contract and the paat of Versailles has failed In that regard". The senator charged that the United States ls directly violating tto promise to Germany, made batata tta armJsUce, IS demanding IndemnlU**, whleh ha declared were indefinite aad "each aa -Germany never eaa pay". FISCHER STORE HOLDS. OPENING 10NE50AT Alliance residents welcome ruiy new enterprise that haa tta touch of up-to-dateness that mani success aad business maa are pleased to welcome clean competition, hence tha conditions of the ripen lag m Mm Wm cher atore Wednesday, sagnr* well for tbe mutual satisfaction af all concerned. A personal vlalt of a Ra- v^ew representative to the new stor* thi* afternoon .agave an frr**aM to the real character of tto merchandise to be offered to the publlc, th* expressions ot pleasure of tae ladle* who in many ce*e* became customers before they left the place, being genuine tribute. Mr. Herbert flacher, who to the manager, wtt Bt aB times (toa to the business hta personal supervision and la his absence Mr. Stony Siegel will look after Ito interests. wUl be employed. The goods offer- Eight people besides the management ed Wtll *e alwaya ap to tha minute and staple aad the auspicious opening of today foretells business success. REPUBLICAN RALLY. Republican Rally at Dsmascns Thursday evening. Quaker atty band of Salem wtt tarnish maato. Oood speaker*, male aad female. Caaea. -0 gsnpbulih i celebration op noose Heart day at noose lodge room s p. n. wednesday. oct. sf. nehberb, friends and public corot ally invited ^pitARRY E. SCHOOLEY, SECY. MASQUERADE DANCE. At Baney**, Oet. 28, by Protected Horn* Circle Ko, tl. Bverybody Invited. ANNOUNCEME1**-? I WISH TO ANNOUNCE THAT I HAVE PURCHASED THB STRAWN SmJtiBM SHOP AND WIU. ENDEAVOR TO GIVE YOU THE SANE wtt not hs respoaaibta for aaylndebv SP^SLil?"^£ I"*J .Tl*1? 5?°f •dnesa crested Ity aald Tom Sampaa- aa against aald Lunch Room from and after Oct. 1*, mo. The Majestic Pool Room. Water Ton Cn Drink Order yoar drinking watar ta t gal bottles or ta cases t two qL bottles from the CROWN BOTTLINO WORKS 0. a. »taa .•*& li^i oan itaa jm*!~ —NACHINISTa— ATTEND 8PECIAL MASS MEET INC OF CANTON bUttl. SHOPS, THURS. OCT. 28TH, 7:15 P. M. tttasE no. 1*75. PON BALE—BU FFET, DINING ROOM TABLE, 8MALL BED, a 8. (MML PRANK NYERB. 18 NOTED FOR, GIVE US A CALL, YOUR PATRONAGE WILL BE APPRECIATED. WILLIAM BINKLEY, tt N. ARCH ST. POR SALE—ONE 1S1B MOLINS KNIGHT, SEVEN PASSENGER TOURING OAR, DE LUXE TYPE, WIRE WHEELS, GOOO TIRES, FIRST CLASS CONDITION, REFIN I8HED. BELL PHONE. 30, RE8. 2BR BE.BRING, OHia ' IP YOU WANT A SUBURBAN HONE AND HAVE $500 TO PAY DOWN. MAR. YOUR ADDRESS TO P. O. BOX 106 CITV. WANTED—EXPERIENCED LADY PRESSER FOR LADIES CLOTHING. UBERWMMM MATfla-N DRY CLEANING CO, 48 8. UBERTY. ANNOUNCEMENT MADE OF REPUBLICAN MEETINGS FOR REMAINDER OF WEEK Republican meeting* tor the balanc* of tt* week srs announced from Republican headquarter* a* follows: Wednesday evening: At the South Lincoln assoa* .school building, Mrs. Arthur Morris, ulislimaai AMorney 3. 3. Browa, speaker. North Lincoln school buUdtag, J. a Millsr .-speaker aad Instructor. JU th* hom* of Mrs. Gather-In. Ztak, MT Bouth Morgan avenue .Attorney William Roach. speaker aad Instructor. At th* North 4-rnaklin school KaHltoa an. B. X Molaiietilin, chairman. AStorrseym F. W. Iii-HsBM end V. L. FWmL tspaakars aad instructor*. Ia Chapman Hall, Mt Union colle****, ths T. W. C. JL. with MIm Evelyn Val*, sp-r*ker aad Instructor. Attorney W. U Bert wUl hold a mooting at tta Bapiililli im hs*d-pisr- ters rat which tt la reqosatad all member* of tils committee will be prraasnt. TlilirrSlaj evaning: In tte olty council chamber, Judgs D. CL Woodmanaee, of Cincinnati, and Mra. Hugh L. Clark, at Steubenville, will siilrem a meetlns*. Friday aeeutaet At tta hem* of MBA 3. H. Patton, top Keystone street, speaker to be provided, st ths bom* of Mtof Mesa Westfall. TtO South Arch avenue, niseher to be provklad. JEach *ad *11 of these meeting* are .scheduled to open at ae-ven thirty o'clock snd ss ths eampalga n*sr* Ha close it Is hoped that every iiiqbHbb WlU have a representatlva aadlenoa ot man aad women, who teal the vital lm- portaaee ot "keeping everlastingly at if until the Republloan party has won aad th* League m Nation* with all Ita menacing nlsrmrvi. clothed ta tb. flimsiest covering to oatah th* unthinking, .shall be burled. A insalliii tg *nno-rineed to be held at Homeworth, Saturday evening, when there srill be two staunch Republloan leader* tn their vicinity te .address the .gathering. Th* speakers sre Messrs Melllngsr •sad Andrew* VETERAN OF CIVIL WAR ANSWERS LAST CALL Jultmn A. Heacoek, 9. pkm-ter rcsltSept log iniilai gaaeksBa ^»r*lhtl**iBaitirii1at aamsi-eaa. ttaTaat h<>pe Be. reUrsf from a complication of rltsms*. He wee tak- ea to tts hospital TB<sadsy at tost week Mr. Heaeaook wss born ta Atwaltor, bnt lmd been * resident of this city fbr abont fifty year*.. He was sixty- three years of sm. Mrs. Heacoek preceded him ta death about asventeen years ago. * One aon, Murray Heacoek. mn vlves. and four aiarters, Mlas Elisabeth Hencock, Alliance, Mrs. Viola Keller, Canal Dover, Mrs. Dada En ton. Atwater, and Mrs. Laid* Elton, Windham. Mr. Heacoek lmd a Quaker birthright to hta rellagloua belief aad adhered to tt* Quaker faith during an his life. He wsa a Civil war veteran aad enlisted to' service in .Tune. lttt. In t*tmaftarf O, Mtt O. V. I. Bad WBB * faithful member of John C. Fremont Post, Q. A JR. For many yesrs ot his Ufe he wae a contracting carpenter, bat retired from tt* activities of business about ton years .sao. Kind, gentle, generous snd hospltshla*, tha deceased leaves many friends ta this city where he bad .spent SS IBSWy years. Friends msy call rat th* home, MT West Main atreet, Wsdnsaday evening frc-T> seven to nine to view the remains. Funeral ee* tl-.es wm bs held at th. home Thursdsy .afternoon at two o'clock ead win be under auspices of John C. Fremont Post. O. JL JR., which bode srfll read th* ritualistic servlee* of th* .society. Map, Thorns* Wood will be the officiating minister. NEW STEEL PLANT tBr Aa-MM-iatad Frassl WJIRRKN, Oct. IT.—Annuuncenient waa mada today ttat plana hav* fast been completed toe ths erection of a new fl.WM.eeo rrteel plant *tast north of this city oa tte Mahoning river. Youngstown capitalists. hacking the plant hsv* pin-Assad a tm aata Pitt tMtf eenali m lion work Is expected to atari aeon. (Ns hundred men will be employed to tts that unit. WmWi Bptoemle at Sslsm with 67 Cssss Today. SAIJ5M, Oct. 27.—Tbe epidemic ef typhoid has developed fl eaaee reported today. To date there Baa been but two death* censed by the epidemic Maay at the cases an mild, aome severe. A pumping station haa beea bunt ee tte sidewalk aear the high ■aehool bnfldlac- Ooaacll last night aaaaBpil*iluNiJ|My>Si (to balld a cast iroa water mala on Mais Street to supplant the ttto mala which hu eaaaed tta aalliitloa et tte elty weto rby germ* of typhoid. The city water te betoc boiled before ruing tor domestic aaa*. SPURIOUS; FOR mrmsEs Warns Hearers That Imperialistic Scheme Did Not - End With Defeat of Germany. ..iftiJIafc-, AX NATIONS ARE MOVED BT JEALO President Says He Summoned Hearers to Concert of Peace. , Q*T Aasaodatod Press) WASHINGTON, Oct. JT.—President Wlleota, speaking to a group of prs- league Republicans today ttt ths White House, rtoulai ail that . "tts so-called Americanism whleh we bear ao maeh prating about aaw ia spurious aad Invented fer party purposes only." Appealing for th* completion of tho great moral achievements," which he aaM tae war represented, the Preaident ssswrttd that "the war will have been fought ta sala and onr immense .aae- rifle** thrown away unless w* complete the work we then began." "Thar. 1* only on* way to erasure ths world of paecs," tbs Preaident declared, "and that to by r-nlrtne It ao it* nam oua to break the paaee that ao ether nation wi)) have taa aaiadfy to attempt Th* Preaident warned his bearer* aot perTallstic - schemes ended -with the de- to be deceived Into supposing the "Un- tsst of Har i ae HI jjtWiai Oiunniie to tte only nation thai iinlrslaSnal such ■ilinina or was moved by ainlstes ambitions snd long standing jealousies to '(_•(•**"'* tt* very structure of civilization. "There are ether nttloao," asld the Preeident, "which are likely to be powerfully moved os* ar* already moved by commercial Jealousy by the desire tto dominate and to base their own way la politloe and ia Mtevprtae, and It la necessary to check them and to apprise ttrfai that th* world will. Be •* united against them as It was Sagalnst Germany It-* they attempt, any similar thing." , Settled Fortssee ef War. Preaident Wilson ssJdi "Three year* ago It waa my doty to summon you to tte concert of war, to (Continued on Page 12) CONVENTION IT SCIENCE ' HIU NEIL 1TTEN0ED <Br Aaaoelatad Pr-asa) PARIS, Oct. 2T.—Complicated problems must be solved before the situation rising from the death of Vtaa Alexander at Greece, la satisfactorily -adjusted M I* said in well Informed circles ta this ally. Many .solutions of the problem presented suggest themselves sad the way et meeting the questions Involved la by no means simple. "No body really knows how ths dynaatlc crisis srfll te settled," remarks JaSCCjees Roulon, tt* foreign editor of th* Figaro. "Premier Venlzeloa hllQBB what* he Jl* going, but he keeps his own counsel aa always If Prince Paul ■accepts the treat crown,it will he with tt* consent of hleparents and probably under their Influence .and guidance." it is pointed *t*t her* that it le aet necessary that a son of King Constantlne become King of Greece to keep tt* throne ta the dynasty. King Constantlne haa four brothers, all ot whom might be looked upon as eligible. Tbey ar* Prince Christopher, who recently married Nib. W. B. Leeds, an American women; Prince George whoae wife waa Marie, danghter of Prlnee Roland Bonaparte; Prince Nicolas, who married Oraad Duchess Hel*BB af Russia aaS Prtno* Andre, who marrisd Princes Alice of Battenberg. MASONIC NOTICE. Conrad Lodge NO. 171 W. A A. M. .ead Alliance Commander No. 87, K. T. has* accepted aa invitation from the Caaton Matrtii* to be thatr guests aai partietpat* la the Celebration at Arm- tottoe Day at Canton, O, Nov. ltth, UM. Kvery Mason ta *lH*aoe aad vietaity aad their famlHea aaa ar«- ently rsriiieetad to arrange to attend ttto eelabratlon. Farther announcement* wfll ha CELEBRATION OF NOOSE HEART DAY AT NOOSE LODOE BOOM S a, N. WEDNESDAY, OCT. WT. NENBERB, FRIENDS AND PUfl. MB CORDIALLY INVITED. HARRY E. BCHOOLEY, SECY. FOR 8AIJB—1 Domerrtlc CallO.S. ARREST SALOON KEEPERS fBv Assoeisted Prasa) CHICAGO, Oct. 17.—Nln* saloon keepers war* arrested by federal agents In a series of slmltaneoua raid* .shortly after noon today. They ats* said te. have been named by "Mike Ds Pikr** Heltler la s confession he I* said tn have made to United States district attorney Ctuurlea H. Clyne, concerning tae frorktngs of sn alieg-ed "whiskey .tlBBr-TvS Atty. B. F. Speidel aai O. W. Henry will speak ofl the League et Nations aad ftrm Instructions ee haar to mark tha ballots Thursday evening at tta Franklin Ave., achool baildlng.—Adv. CURB OR FARM MARKET Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 7 to 11 a. m. yweoHOB we afl have chicken*. popeora, honey, ground cherries, apple bettor, hea 1 lettuce, beets, celery, carrots, pears. Cabbage and turnip* tor kraut Winter onion*, apples, pumpkins aad aUBBBh. Sweet atam. barrel or .gallon. Bring yoar Jags. Special ea pears. Orders taken upright tor geese and ducks. Corner Oxford and Seneca. gto________j||_________
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1920-10-27|
Stark County (Ohio)
Mahoning County (Ohio)
|Date of Original||October 27, 1920|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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VOL. XXXHL, NO. 103.
ALLIANCE, OfflO.WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27,1920.
CHREE CENTS-DELIVERED 15c A WEEK.
PRESIDENT URGES COMPLETION OF IWORK
Adams Declares Majorities
WiU Be So Large That
"One Hesitates to
TRADING COX FOR
National Democratic Ticket
Given Up by National
(By Assoelated Press) _-_.
CHICAGO, Oet K-^Vaa political
eitaatloa la the mlddleweat, asar "settled lato tto flaal tona" ladlcates re-
** publican toajoritles "to enormous that
oas hesitates to *ven mention them",
according to John T. Adams, vies
chairman of tha Republican national
committee la charge ot Western head-
quarters who today gave eat the fol-
lowlng niteAT<9 campaign Issues la
I "Minnesota will 90 tor Harding by
a very large majority, undoubtedly
above 100,000. aa a natloaal organiza
ttaa 9ft Dsmocratlc party to Minnesota aae aslmoet osased to exist.
"In Nebraska Ota Democratio organisation la moribund. The Republican majority la that state will be unusually large—et least 60,000.
"Ia Iowa, Harding and Coolldg* will
win tor well oyer 100,000. SanUpr
Cummins wUTpull through hat hCWlll
' runcon*lderahly behind tbe natloaal
"la Wisconsin the certainty et aa
•normoa* majority far Harding bas
, „ taken the Me eat ot the national cam-
«i&aal,gn. The governorship ls ln doubt.
P" "In, niiaol* the Harding and Cool-
a Tdge majority Is problematical, tt may
bs around 160,000. I expect to see
Mr. Small win over Colonel Lewis. Indiana to expected by the closest fig-
ures to go for Harding by 66,000 or
60,000. In Michigan Harding Is safe
aad nre by a majority ot more than
100,000. Ia St. iaonls aa enormous
Republloan majority will ba piled up.
Taa atate as a whole will go Repub-
Iteaa bf mam then 40,000.
"North aad South Dakota will show
e vote aboat three to two ta favor af
Harding antl Coolidge. The majorities srfll aot b* enormous bat they
•will be aare.
"Tbe national democratic ticket has
baaa tpaaa ap aa hopeless and Mr.
Oat to being traded oft far state caa-
POST NOTICE CHARGING
WITH MURDER OF MA'f DR
(By Associated Prass)
CORK, Oct. PC—Outarid. of the Cork
elty ban thsr* ****** posted today th*
"Th* second Republican L-or-dr Mayor
ef Cork Haas, ss lay Itin prsdeceseor
murdered by tba British .government.
Cork to to mourning. Cltfarens, or any
section ot them, wtU t*k* only authorise* action. Order* will b* laaued by
Todsy ps,ssed quietly wtth the exception of * alight .stir rsrsraarl by military
da oa banks in search of fir* arms
aood la eaaaa tor eats keeping. soid-
B not oa duty were r*stri|