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IP" «w'ipppwp-jl* wmrmmm—f le Ota tap Onr faB ef eatgnwa toy* aad fsrsHsrsf Bead Bta stasslftod sd* I* n*riaip m ansa foe asf mta** paa a te sdvsstegs. WMt Is sa npertsstty te best Iks high ent of living ta every classified sd. ■ ITHEI ILLMCEfEEYIEW 1KB WEATHER. Fair aad colder tonight with fleet probably besvy. Friday fslr. Baromet- er PSmvaf tesaperatara 47 at 10 s. m. stoady. At ose oVIeck p. au larometer njti temperature tat rloedy. AND LEADJER 9 VOL. XXXIIL, NO. 104 FOURTEEN PAGES ALLIANCE, OHIO/THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28,1920. fHREE GENTS—DELIVERED 15c A WEEK, BROADSIDE IT EDITOR IUU IN SIMIEIT Charges Satarday Evening Post Makes Statements Too Late to Be Corrected. CHARGES USE OF GUERRILLA TACTICS Governor Spending Day Basting Preparatory ta Indianapolis Talk j $1' Tonight • *Brr AaeoolaUd TTress) DATTON, Oet 28.—Another state- meat charging tka Satarday Evening Post Bad tta editor Oeorge Horace Lorimer wtth unfair partisanship was tawed today By Ooieraor Coz of Ohio, Democratic presidential candidate. "The Insidious purpose of the Saturday Evening Post, cloaked under non-partiaan method* for the paat decade aad more, has finally been Jadatl'l to llabt", Governor Cox da dared, stating that tt had made mi*- ststsmente'only four daya before alae ttaa whea II aaa impossible ta correct them. That the Curtts Publish- iag company .had been found guilty by tAb *"ederal Trade Comml»sion ot violating tho anti-trust law* by aa- jtalr practice* ta distributing tta periodical arm anertad hy Governor Cox, declaring thst "big business" wm opposed fey him because he woold give It a square deal aad nothing more". Mskss Statement • The governor's statement follow*: "When early ia the week I called attention ta the •raerrilla tactics of the Saturday Evening Post oa tho basis of .Ita ta»t minute attack oa me, ths reeponee of Mr. Lorlmer, ita editor, arm that aay action was unethical. I sn perfectly willing to leave tte decision oa ethics to the voters of America, maay of whom have been lifetime Isadora af the-8*tn**day Even tat Post aad whom Cram the Ome af ita origin have looked apoa tt n a household Journal, to which they na* dared devotloa because It took ao partisan campaign*. Tba of ethics wonld seem to 11* America haa leaned to look, a aquare deal aad whea a (Continued on Paaa IA) : KEEP SHOT B6II Oe COFFIN, LADY MACSWINEY COLLAPSES (By Assoeisted Frees) LONDON, Oct }**—-Silent *rigfl wn kept tt St Oeorge* cathedral daring the night over tbe coffin ot Terence MacSwiney, late LaOtdr mayor ot Cork, who died Monday me eina following a hunger .strike. Wham dawn filtered ta through the lofty wtndowa of the gray old cathedral first preparations began Bar the requiem man whtob waa te heata at tt tfrloraV Many leading Britteh prelates ot tha CstboUo ehanh tMmW sskrjd to psi-Uol- mm ta (tea esrexeeatas tt ths ohurch. Among thsm wara Arehblabop Daniel J. Mannix of Melbourne, Bishop Amiga of Bootasrsrk ead Bishop Potter at Portsmouth. Plsn for taking th* body ta tte Braatuii station this afternoon oa tb* flrst .stsse ef the Journey to Ireland, had aot been .altered by relatives of tae ind 8lnn fata leader. taSdy j^paoress MtoBwiusy collapsed fKsa strata sad —■—*■*■ this morning aad was unable to participate la ttt oeremony st the cathedral, ft to not ex- peetod ahe will .accompany tbe body of I her husband ta Ireland. ELEGTM. RYAN ooanty Oraamlsslnaer, an tte eta* [,osadidstss an ftom Caatoa aai *mftt.m*m should has* a Commissioner *"& Meet aftar tte eastern part of tae Coaaty^-d-atT. BORDftafft.e-94 REPRESENTATIVE To the Votan of Stem Coaaty: It 1* aow coaceded ttm Vie Donated wfll ba elected Oovernor of Ohia That betag tte oan why aot sleet n I eae af tte Representstivn to tte Lag- tetehan Arthar O. BordaerT Ha 1* taOy ta aeeord srlth Hr. Donahey'* taxation program aad i» qualified by BBsln-eoa experience aad legal train- tag to uphold the aaw chief executive te hte application ef honorable sad economical badness methods to Stats affairs. tip. Bordaer'* name will he found ta the Democratic column on tto official ballot snd hy placing an X ta froat of his name Stalk county u-111 be **8Bi»il et aa able Repreaaa tatlve to took sfter Ita tatemu. MOBW BOW BAI^B—6W "wt. CAMBRIDGE, a ROOMS, RECEPTION HALL ANO BATH. ALL MODERN COVENIENCES. IMMEDIATE POS SESSION. CAU. MOU-Sa REALTY oo. (bsix eea. a K0tt .AN EVENINO OF BONO, JEST ANO LOUO LAUGHTER. P.RICE A ■ONELLI-S MINSTRELS COLUI8- BIA TONMMfT. t€ tt«8ttntttt»tttt«ttttttan N N » OPERATING STILLS. 1 I ?—¥ *&$__ 9 (By The A. P.) » tt YOUNGSTOWN. OeL 88.—tl tt Plve targe eoppn stflls, three of tt tt "whleh wen ta operation were tt tt found ta a cetlsr here today by tt •N city aad coaaty officials aaa • N raided Ite plan aad arrested a tt tt youth who wn ta charge. A ta- tt tt ent psenea wsy tb a hiding it tt piaca wu illaiiiiiaaaaS tt B \**ett MM MM MM}*. U tt tt II M. Of LEAGUE OF NATIONS CLOSES SESSION AT BRUSSELS •flta Associated Press) BRUSSELS. Oct It—The Council at tbs League sf Nations this morning closed Its session ta Brussels Tbs council took a final adjournment after re- ferrlng ths question ef Danslg,. Bta regulation concerning which te in dispute between Poland and tte authorities of ta* free dty, ta tte assembly of tte league whtob le to meet ta Geneva, next susith The council took other important action ta deciding upon a pleabescUe ss to taa disposition of the tasrrltory la dispute between Poland and Lithuania, tato Including tbe line fixed by the .supreme council in December, Itlt. A. 3. Balfour, tte British representative ta aaB**mf the closing address declared that tear great powers not now members of tbe league would enter it shortly. "Without than great powers," hs added, "It to impossible to predict what the league may accomplish." ROTAHIANS HAKE SIX O'CLOCK DINNER AT CHAHBEH OF CBMMEBCE The Rotarlan .ted a .sta o'dook dinner tt tlie Chamber ot Commerce rooms Wednesday evening. They found apoa ■Mr arrival that eome artistic hands had made of ths rooms bowers of beauty, the decorations being of tbe beautiful offerings of nature ea shown ta tte BB aaB Hallowe'en wss brought to mind by suggestions at tte night lhe dinner wss an excellent menu and eras enjoyed by an. The after dinner speech wn mads by, Realtor H. XV, Hazzard, wte talked oa tas housing situation In Alliance. Mr. Hassard gave ta tte men present considerable tam for thought. Tbm Jubilee Singers were present anil gave s peat entertainment .aln. Harry Roach wss tbs committee for the evening's program. • mm ,■*»■'■ • ■g//.'*■--:.. SWEEmplLDREN ^^ <By Associated Press) NKW TORK, Oct. 28.—Many Euro- sa children, barn during tte Is WW years, will enjoy tte taste of sweets next Christmas tar ths first tlms ta their lives aa a result of price declines ta this country. Bonnse of tower ooats, ths Hani ate relief administration announced today It would -tad two .aad one-fifth pounds of sugar and oae pound of oo- aaato aB ton paekaen bought > with Hoover food drafts beginning November 1. The food drafts purchaasable ta & no bauiks ta America eaa ta drawn to en individual ta Europe or Iks relief administration. _i mmm m BVeaealuh Windolph Din m Dn-asss- na of If mil ram, Damascus, Oet 88—Frederick Windolph. tether of Edward Wta- dolph at this plan, whose home is ta Elgin. UL, dropped dead npon tka street hen this morning while leaving for kla home In tte west Be had bam te the beat of health aad had spent nenal wnks with hte aaa, Edward aad family tt Damascus aad his son Chsries af Caatoa." He woald Baa* beea 75 years of age Weniabar 17. Hs had Just bade good-bye ta hla aoa's family tnd waa enroute to the Stark Electric station aad when he reached a polat to froat af tka M.S. parsonage aas eeea to BaB. Soma mea working nearby rsrthed to hla assistance, hat a fatal stroks of apoplexy had deae tta weak aad Beam had aalea-l tte victory- Frederick Windolph to *ur- Tived by toar children, Mr*. W. 3. Mleradt ot Elgin, Hi, where he made hla home; John ot Lo* Angeles, Edward of Damascua and Charln at Caatoa. During hla stay at Bar* mascas he made the scqnalntance ot a host e( angle who henm* hla friends beceaae ef kla Jovial nature aad aoetebiltty, srho mm nddned by hi* nddea death at aa aaexpected hoar. MASOUSAASB PABTT, Tba Goomf stab of tae A* Steel osmpaany plant -wffl ban a msa- •luerade psrty tt Ite BU-Msc bsll tato evening, when it ta expected tbtt twa haaaajjafmais wffl hs in ateaaBmae. WIS I. NICHOLS OAHPMBATB FOR STATE SENATOR. THE ONLY LEGISLATIVE CAN- dmmjte on either ticket FROM ALUA-RCtt. LOCAL PRIDE SHOULD RUT HIM A -X CAR ONIONS ON PENNA. TEAM TRACK, "SALB ENDS BATtTRDAT NIGHT. SPECIAL WfXMM DBUV- ERT FRIDAY Sl.OO PER BIT. BELL m WOMEN PLAYING IMPORTANT PART Of REPUBUCAN CAMPAIGN EOT PLANNING IS DISCUSSED IT SMS KET Councilman HaD Brings Before Kiwanians Concrete Plan to Improve City. •CLUBS AND COUNCIL BACK OF MOVEMENT MftS.CAStVERANCE. Womea srill Ban oatta a btt to lay aboat the msaageiaeat ef tbe KepahHcsa campaign during the ant few wnks. Sfartsn women tan baaa appotated by Chslrmsn am H. Bays, recently, ta atam ca ka Bspablleaa Ad-rleory Cesnmit- \m ef forty. Amrwe them am Hn. aftaderiek P. Begley, af Boston, an aothortty Aanrlrsuilutioa who gained maeh aottoe for her work -ia tad platform aad policies committs* sl ths Republican Notions! Convsn. tiea: Mra L. P. Feickert, Plaia* field, MIX ead lira Bsielay Ws*. burtee of Philadelphia, vtoe-chetaa ana of tb* Repubhcaa Stella Coon mitten ta their reapectlve atataaf aad Mta. C A. Severann ef Mta- neeota, aha la aaa af the feesmost speslcer* listed ta ths Republicaa Notions! Sosskan' Bunaa. _ REPUBLICANS 0- «» f»A*_")J i ii?a fijBrn.lt CBy Assoelated Press) CHICAGO, Oct, 88.—The Republican National Committee'a campaign to elect Senator Warreh O. JUardtaB president wlU cost BMBMItiBi Fred W. Upham, national treasurer art the party notified the rtaaanate committee appointed to ln- irrstlgela oampatgn expenditures, in a re,port file* with the committee bere today. Of tato asp Jim* "'*n bad been •pent lip-, .to the close ot business Sun RED CROSS DOLL CULL WORKERS WILL PUT ON "THE CURB THEATRE" This theatrical venture, Tto Curb Theatre," will be launched by the publicity committee of the Fourth Red Cross Roll Call. The curb theatre srill me managed aad directed by Mra O. JU King chairman ef tae publicity committee. ____' . The theatre wtn open wtth a Red Cross drama ta one act "Whan th* "Dollar Qees" written <aad coached hy Mrs. Ida Liner Shlmp, head of ths Public Department .et Mount Union College. Ths foBowtaa oaat will present tae Ptoy: ■JaUa Sheldon, Rm Cres* Welfare worker—Mlas Helen Ramsayer. day. 'ocfobsr ti and Mr. Upham e«s*»|^E-"»beth Cf-jUsle.Rod^jCrosa Visit mated ths expenditures U tas irtrTfrB* _tm at me campaign et |400,000 ad dltional. The report shows that 8801, 811.18 am n*at - fata oen October It, when a report srss stated wtth tas clerk of th* Houss of Ret,-)Mn tatm* n WSaShtaaftoa sad Octobr it, ths ttta at today's report. The total estimated east of ths cam- pelen fa"jtt1 ftf T tt I* considered ln a-iTrioss ef tae Republicaa budget ot 88,- -SflJMTJO presented to ths senate committee st a hearing hen tost August btt Ite. Upbam explained tam the disbursements eoraced the period from 3maa 14, while tae budget Included only expenditures from July 1. About 8100,000 w.sa spent between June 14 and Jaly 1, Mr. Upham'a office estimated, leaving <ths estimated disbursements trom July 1 ta November 2, approximately 88.2*18000 about $888,000 in excess of tbs estimated budget. Contributions received since Jane 14 total 82.li4.70U.0l or mfclf a* tara thaa ta* »BMWlnl expended to date. Mr. Upham'a report shows. Of the amount collected 11,711,664.64 was devoted directly ta the national campaign under th* direction ed tke national oommlt- Ths remaining 81421.141-64 wss returned ta the etata te whim tt am raised, ta accordance with an agreement whereby the national committee soil-cited an funds ter both sute aad »»rim«i campaign purposse. Sines Mr. Upham presented his lest report to ths senats etanmtttn ban sa August 10, in which he showed 18 con- trihntlons exceeding the 11,000 limit laid dowa by Chairman Will H. Hays, there have been 18 mor* .such contribu- (Contlnned ea Pass IA) WILL BURN COBH CBy Associated Prase) •ajfsfaA, nbb, oet. 88> Maa- eme* mt mmmtem<a* b»»heis sf mla aasy* Be _.aad as fasi by fsrsssrrs , la Vortaen Nebraska, tkto wtasrsr, aaaaeatae t* reports bresght .hsre teem earth Bn eeaa> tto*. autfb prised eeal aad s ana tssu bat lew priced atam at earn M given n tke tosses. Hew eorn ssahaSSsd, aew taiaa-s 8-4 ef s eest a peaad m 118 a tea. *ahs ehesy- oat aoft eeal to •» sad than en anarnHtaatea shsran stave that. A'teana BaTBl Bstan high la required to heM a tea of eashrlled aam aad thn BBrmn. II to wfll make a hotter tare ead '•(Baa a ten sf eesL CRX OKI SPEW At Kaat. rrldAy at »:f|; v- AIJL MKMBKR8 OF PROTICOTKU HOME CntOUS MO. 11 MKKT AV THE HOMB OT SISTER FOLDER, tMAA E. SIMMIT, FW*DAY 1S:S0 P. M. TO ATTEND PtTKERAl. OF SISTER HOIJBAUOH. SIGNED TOTH BROS. GROCERY A MEAT WANTED—I.ADT OK CHRL, WHO MARKET WILL OPEN UP FOB MBS EXPERIENCE TO WORK IX BUSINESS OCT. 30. WHA DELIVER OBOCERY, (BBB WAUGH. O. S.. ORDERS TO ALL PARTS OF TH« CITY. HANDLE ALL FRESH MEAT. TM WAUOH. O. A 2128. Ing Nurse—Mrs. C. 3. Hlvely. Fat O'Donnel, an Irishman—Ted Evana 'Z_i_ Jean Worthlngtrw*. a eoldier—Fred Woolfa Annuciata Soverino, an Italisn woman—Miss Martha Trott. Jamea Merrill, a sailor'—Clyde Van- Dorsten. George Washington, Henry Clay Moraingstar Perkins, s colored boy- Douglas King. Spirit af the Rm Cross—Mra M. O. Vernon. ^gFfl Time, fbs present Place, Red Crou Headquarters The curb theatre will- open tte doors to the public on Tuesday November Snd st seven P. M on ths prshlto equate, weather permitting. The management plans to take the curb theatre to neighboring towns of Marlboro, Llmaville, Freeburg, and Lexln,gton. Data* tar showing ln these planes and for ether Alliance performances will appear in ths Review. No admission, no collection. Came without money end without price. Toar presence alone is desired. SERIES CORRECTNESS run REPORT CBy Aasoelated Han) LONDON, OcL 28.—8. O. Wells, tae author, whose name was referred to by Secretary of State Colby, ln reference to the visit of Washington D. Vanderlip to Russia, has IraiiHd s formal statement to taa pram denying the correctness of reports msds by Meaa E. Toung, United States commissioner ter taa mite provinces, stationed at Rim, concerning conversations which Wells am reported to hsve lied srlth Nikolai Lenine sbout Vrr-nderlip's pro- posaL Mr. Wells says ln hia statement that Touns*s information must have beea derived third or .fourth hsnd from reports ef private conversations. Secretary Colby's statement, issued October 21, said tbe Toung report mated that Lenine had informed Mr. Wells thst Vanderlip had claimed to represent .Senator Harding. .Senator Harding in a atatement derailed knowledge of Vanderlip. ***-to3K> OYSTERS! FISH! TBa Freeh csught variettos to what counts, aad we have all kinds. MARKET HOUSE FISH STAND. L O. 4. 9, KNCAMPMENT WO. BBS WILL HOLD SPECIAL MEETING FRIDAY, OOC. Sath. WORK IN THE ROYAL PURPLE DBQRKE. SIGNED, A. A NICHOLS. CHIEF PATRIOT. WANTED—OIRLS TO WORK KM WASH ROOM. QOOD WAOEB PAID WHILE LEARNING. FRENCH CHINA CO, 17TH ST, SEBRINO. —MACHINISTS— ATTEND SPECIAL MASS MEET IWa'*Or CANTON PENN. SHOPS, THURS OCT. 2STH, 7:1S P. (H. LODGE NO. 1475. 5 IF YOU WA.RT A SUBURBAN HOMB AND HAVE tne TO PAY DOWN. MAIL YOUR ADDRESS TO P. O. SOX IM CITY. . FOR BALB—1 Domestic aae retail Can a A 8395 upright HEAR .JUDGE WOODMAN8EE ARDMRS. OLARK AT CITY HALL TONIGHT. CHICKENS M. f. RICKARD. See Uk LOST—CHILalVS FUB KECK PIECE. FINDER PUBA8E RETURN TO REVIEW OFFICE AND RBCETVH REWARD. TAKE A WMW TO DIXIE LAND. PRICE A BONELLPS MIN8TRELS COLUMBIA TONK1MT. '^£k\ HEAR JTODOE WOODMANSEE AND MBS. CLARK AT CITY HAIA, TONIGHT. WIN COST OF M7W1. J4 (By Associated'^i-ess) NEW YORK, OeL 28.—Total n- celpta by Oa Democratle NaUonal committee to October "je tar the eon- duct of the present campalea "Trial to 8878^31.24, acoordlag ^ to tui ea- nosnc*ment tn<X*sy,..by. 1feHba*r__f|S Marsh, the party's nattoQtf treasurer. Thla figure Mr. Marsh e»d»Vesn«te day nbmitted according to the re- qalrement* ef tka cormpt practices taw to the Kenyon commlttae lane "eittae campaign contribution* and expenditures In Chicago. The *um collected, the Democratic treasurer stated, is constituted almost entirely ef contributions to tha cam- aakm fund, with tha exoepUoa of 1180,000 whim wn borsowed. Other sources, which aggregated collections of oaly a few hundred dollars, included tbe sale of the campalea text books, refunds from advertising aad such small Items. The statement itemise* money* received by the headquarters ta BMP York, Chicago eBeTAaB Francisco, aa well m tho women's bureau. Of tka total 1665,481.33 was collected in New York while Saa Francisco showed sa aggregate fond of but 8L- 763.90. IBB women'* bureau was responsible .for the collection at 88, 644.50. nrrtaaaa collected 153,041.51 (Continued oa Page 7). j GEMTE USUL ST. 6E0B6E niTHEDHAL (By Aasodated Press) LONDON. ENGLAND. Oct. 2*.—A pontifical requiem awn Rm celebrated this tnorning ln SL Ueorge cathedral ovsr the body of the late Lord Mayor of Cork, Terence MacSwiney, who died la Brixton Prison Monday morning aftar a hunger strike which lasted more than Tt dsys. Church dlgnataiies, the lord mayor of DuaWin, the deputy lordmayor of Cam and deputations representing tas British parliamentary labor party sad various Irish political and civic orgsnhra- ttor*a .sttaended. Thousands ef persona thronged every •tTaBelr*" ap>sos la tas large cathedral, .scores standing en chairs ln the aialsa, straining for s glimpse of tae chancel where ths casket rested ora a catafalque srttb four officers wearing the irnlfiam *f tas Irish republican mfmf' etanding motionless tur a guard of boon, THREE MEETINGS % Hehoel Hess* for m Horses, One ta Fer Friday Bvenlsg. Republicjui meeting's .announced FHday are: At the Sooth Freedom street school house st 7:80 p. m. Attorney J. J. 8ni wffl rtettrsr an address. At tato meeting Mrs. Fred Donaldson will preside. .All sre invited, male,and female. i At tbe home of Miss Nora Wasttall, at TfB South Arab annuo. apsaUter not yet announced bot there will bs ea* present to testmet ta voting. At the bosrte of Mrs. J. H. Pattora, CM KAystone rati est, speaker not sjs- nounced brat one will be preaeoL Ths women ln ths vicinity ef tan* places of meeting an urged ta be present. Maa ass .sat excluded If tan desire to Sttsnd the home meetings. MASQUERADE SOCIAL Tilde J nlfkt at K. of P. ball by Damn of Malta. Miaimadj Invited. POR SALE—ONE 1018 MOLINE KNIGHT, SEVEN PASSENGER TOURING CAR, OC LUXE TYPE, WIRE WHEELS,.. OOOO TIRE A FIRST CLASS CONDITION, REFIN ISHED. SELL PHONE, SA REA BSR SEBRINO, OHIO. Speaker ates Many Cities Aa Havinjf Taken Up • City Planning. Before the Kiwanis club st ths Thursday luncheon in the Chamber of Commons .dining rooms. S. W. Mall read a paper Baan th* "City Planning" movement, which hss been before the council snd has received ths recognition of that body, aa stated ta the paper read. It to Interesting Jast ft this time and is Riven n follows: I wish to say at tae beginning tbat macb credit to da* to tto Chamber of Commerce of tato City to being nm active in tato matter aa thay appointed a committee to sttsnd the Ohio City Planning Convention at Toledo, Okie held laat week. This Committee consisted of Mr. Bsx- lsy, Secretary of th* Chamber ot Commerce east the speaker. Along srith the Chamber ef Commerce .and other interested citizene ef tto elty council 1ms been studying City Plarytlng. At ta* last meeting of city council an ordinance waa introduced by Councilman Lower |0 establish a* City Planning Commission for tto city of Alltonce On account of tto importance ef thla ordinance which -te M_ reerhlna ta scope, tto matter Watu ref erred tt council as a committee of tto whola Tto speaker was made chairman of tho committee wtth Instructions to communicate the sctlon to the Kiwanis Club, Rotary Club, Chamber of Commerce, Central JLsbor Mmf and ether Interested organization^ requesting their nil mil i n 11 in," Sf Bta ordinsnes is paased by council thta commission will have JOWsi and authority bsiV1 tto laws enacted by tha Oenaral Asasmbly of tha State of Ohio known BS .sections 4866-7, 4261-8, 41I8-.8, 4*64-8 rufd thia commlmion ap- 48*8-8, 4886-8 an dtbls nannilsslon ap- ^ (Qmctmaal'm ^*m'___ REPUBUCAN MEETINGS WEDNESDAY EVENING WEREJEUTTENDEO The Republican meetings held at tto various places announced tor Wedneeday evening' were well attended aad the intsrnt ta learning ths lesson of voting intelligently den aot abate. * AA tbm South Lincoln avenue building Mak' Arthur Morrt* presided aad 3, 3. Browa wss ths speaker. Mr. Brown showed the ladies the necessity of becoming aligned Vim ram or tha other of tka political parties aad invited tkan to lata tta RepubUcsn ranks. Ha called attention aad explained ths record ot tka Republican party la the past years, tka de- velopment and management of tka government under Republican administrations; he asked the ladles ta compare ths record af the Republican wtth the Democratic admlnls tratloaa, the condition af tka coaa- try through tto tarlou* changes In administrations and felt that tta comparison at paeerd woald be a logical reason why tta Republicaa party mould receive the favorable consideration of than preaenL Mr. Browa ta speaking of tta" League of Nstlons and that Presidsnt Wilson himself wm to blame .because of ite failure af ratification wltt tte Lodge reservations. Artlcls X wn .given aa .airing, the speaker dealing with tta question as lt should be. Tho League of Nations la valuable ta tte European couatrln which .aro already ta lt because ttm have nothing to loss; to the United States It would be valueless me vane km nan they toys everything to lem aad nothing to gain. --Tbm address whleh Attorney Brosm waa pleased to eall Just a Uttle talk wn oae of aaa soundest speeches which ban been placed before tte meetln**-*. ;: COAL SHOBTAEE . Mat Aaaocsate* Press} TOLEDO, OeL 18 Belief aaa aa> pressed hers todsy by aaantaeturera and coal dealers ovar tto Iat<eratate Commerce Commtssion's cancell.atlon of tae priority ooal order. For soma areeka than baa tan s coal shortage ami With ths prospect of a more -serious situation upon the arrival of eabX weather. The additional supply released by the order removes tto danger ef a aaerrtna hers. News of tbs oancella- tfcm, reached the elty on tto first cold dsy of tts season. H NOTICE Alllanoe Encampment No. 104, X. O. O. F. will confer the Royal Purple degree Friday evening, OeL SB, at a .special session ea a elan Of an en candidates. Patriarchs pleaae to present. Refreshments Will be A. S. NICHOLS, C. P. WM. it WALLACR. Rn. Scribe. Watar Taa Caa Drink. Order yaar drinking water la I gsL bottles or ta eaaaa t taa el- bottles teen tta CROWN BOTTLING WORKA O. A 8182. Boil 11P-M. HEAR JUDGB WOODMAKSKK AND MRA CLARK AT CHTT HAIL TONIGHT. i*ti<1iinn___fi__^____t_ MM tttt Mtt%t99MMMMMMM I mm DEBTROYER ANCHORED tt 1 <ass*aasssa>traaaariaT, •• (By The A F.) « WASHINOTON, OeL SBV-Ra- tt I Bta dispatches Tscslved today by 88 ; ths navy department aald tta de- M '■ etroyer Isherwood hsd na .short tt i af watar off the North Carolina It : coast aad had anchored ta a a ' .good natllua 10 mllea north at tt ' Cape Lookout. 88 ■ tt ttttttttttttttttttttttttntttttt RUCHES DEMANDS 11 REPUDIATE DBLICATION AHTICLEXPUTS ON U. S. (Rr Associated Prass) ntSIANAPOUA IND, Oct. 28.—A demand that Oovernor On "frankly repudiate taa obligation which Article Ten of tto League of Retina would impose upon tbs United SUtes" was meda ln an address hen today before the Columbia club try nulla Bvana Hughes. Ths speaker after a detailed analysis Mt tts article, declared lt would obli- ,irate the United Statea to "underwrite the territorial delimitations of tho Versailles treaty. Whether .rood or bsd." He aald there waa no naueeallj for clarifying ths .artlcls ss proposed by the Democratic candidate." •The only thing that win reassure the American people to to eliminate IL" said Mr. Hughes. "In csas of future conflict," tae speaker continued, "whatever may be oar opinion ef tta merits, and however, removed tt may be trom aay Interest of oon we are bound ta go to war tf necessary to support iiKainst sxtsrnsl aggression, territorial provisions recognised under tte treaty. The objection to ttie is thta tt don .sacrlflace our Independence of tadg ment. It commits us in 111*1 rann to am ta unknown contingencies." The speaker cited tto Democratic platform and Governor Cox'a conference Wtth President Wilson aoon after hla nomination, to an effort to ahow that ths President snd Governor Cox Mood to.get.her on Article Ten. KIWANIANS HEAR TM ON CITY PLANNING AT TU The noon-day luncheon ef the Klwan to club wss held st the Chamber of Commerce rooms Thursday with a ttas attendance ef tto membership titi several iniuota Tb* paper read by S P. Hall, which appears In another column, was appreciated because tto business men of ths dty of AlUanve have tto spirit Sf progress and'Mr* desirous m knowine* aomethlnw ef these questions of eam vRsl Interest. Ths attendance prise was won by N. A. Gayer, adit or ot the Review, snd wss presented by T. W. Cope of ttm Cope snd Xstxenstata carpet boas* and am a beautiful rug. The silent boosters wss presented by Harry Roderick ef tto Klein and Roderick clothing hoon and eaoh .man .received a email paper hat. ' Attorney Curtis Shetler wss appointed a committee to go to Ravenna ta start preliminary work tor ithe organisation of a elab ta ttot city and take Wtth hlta co-workers. The Jubilee Singers of Macon, Ga, were present BBB sang during the luncheon hour, HARDING TODAY REITERATES HE IEIER MVE TO ■EW NOTE Has No Knowledge of Haying Met Person in Question at Any Time. SENATOR RESTS IN CLEVELAND TODAY SETTLE ENGLAND UNO WALES COU STRIKE LONDON. Oct. m—The strike at ooal miners throughout Kngland end Watte was settled this afternoon, bat tae Battlement Is contingent on s bad let ef tto minera. Frank Hodges, a member ef tte miners' executive today announced: "We ban gotten terms team tto government whim tto executive is mb mlttlng ta a ballot of tto men for their Judgment. Th* executive is recommending their -adoption as a temporary measure until a nation^ wage bond Is established" ELEMilt i MorgsB Baateentaff Compear Te Receive Ketone sad Ravs Kater- tetamaBl 11k* Morgan Engineering oompany haa made arrangements to receive election returns Tuesday night. November 2- A .special wire btae ben Installed aad full returns n ter n possible will to 1 atai ad In addition to receiving election retnrna. various forms of entertainment havs been provided, music erate, etc Rvary department head, fare* man. atateaast foreman, together wtth every employe rtelliB offlce or clerical work to cordially invited, tto tatrite- ttorn aay, te bring their wives, husbands ead ta dam at rdngle folks, thn* eligible as wives end husbands, win to than ter sas grand seed time. Show etorte st Btta p. as. aaad lasts until yea saert to ao hens, This is oet to be * atyle abow, drees to be comfortable aad n have s .good ttaa. Bo reed tto In- viteationa ' WLH SCHOOL Atty. B. P. BaaH" aad O. W. Henry will a-pesk oa tto Leaaaa of Nation* aad ana instructions oa bow to mark the ballots Thursday evening ta tts Frsnklla Asa- school baildlng.—Adv. COMPANY OF THIRTY ALL WHITS BTAR PERFORMERS IN PRICE * BON ELL l'8 GREATER MINSTRELS. COLUMBIA TONIOHT. FRK8H FISH ARD OT8TKR8 AT AJUUANCB OV8TRR HOC8K, OOR. MAIN AND MBCHARIC. L.OBT—CHILD'S FUR NBOK P-OBCK. FWDKR PLEASE IlK- TURN TO RKVEBW OFFICE AMD RECEIVE REWARD. Masquerade Dance Hltead Hall, Georgetown, Oet St. Prisee. Yail Unbar orehsstra. PRICE A BONELLI'8 MINSTRELS AT THB COLUMBIA TONIOHT. Regrets Publication of Reid Cartoon in Harvey's Weekly He Says. (Br Associated Press) CLEVELAND, Oet tt.—In another atatement rega. Jlng the activities of Waahlngton Vanderlip reported to bs negotiating Wtth the soviet government In Russia, Senator Warren O. Hardlnu declared bars todsy thst to was "very certain" to never had given Vanderlip a letter ef introduction to anyone and ttm Vanderlip wss ln no sense to to regarded n his agent. "If there is aay irate to published reports that Vanderlip hss used such s letter ta his negotiations," Mr. Harding said, the communication maat to ao mor* than "m purely formal note given st the re- guest of some friends." Ths senator, resting here between campaign speeches also publlclly expressed his disapproval of a cartoon reeently published by Harvey's Weekly picturing Governor On In allegorical character. The Republican nominee said in a statement that beosan he teas sensitive sbout giving offensive to religious reverence, he had aslcsd ter suppression of tto picture, made oy the AT. Reldayndieata which has done work fnr TTaiiulilanamRtalniial 1 nmilillU* ' ah hi* comment on tto Valderllp story, tto candidate 1 alien tod that lie had no rnoUeettaoa of ever having met Vaanderlip, and added:— "If ha ever aet a letter from me, which I am positive be did aet tt sonta not have been more than a purely formrU note, gtven at taa request ot aome frlepd. But I sta very certain 'mat ao aash lettar even aa that was .fivsn. Qt nana Vanderlip Is ln na way m_ agent or representative. 1 hsve no aasnts, .and I never heard of thia matter until ft appeared recently ta news reports. The senator-** secretary, Oeorge B. Christian, Jr., also declared he was oe*. tain that no letter of Introduction ever had been gtven Vruiderllp. The .senator's letter files ter "ttt'Met session of ooparess an te Washington, to added, and so could aet be checked over Immediately. Harding Rake* Statement. Senator Harding's statement on the Reid Cartoon follows:— "My attention toe been called to th* Bald cartoon, published ta Harvey's Weekly, portraying tto Democratic nominee In the difficult task ef hanging a portrait Of Paolo ,8am with the naw et tte covenant. Of course, a candidate has no part ta tto exercise of the tendoiu of the presa, bat I not only do aot approve ef this cartoon but ween eae I came in possession of ran advance copy ta my capacity aa a publisher and immediately asked our newspaper at Marten to win and request Ita suppression. ■""Bellvlng as I do, in the fullness of religious freedom ln America I am always sensitive about giving offerm to any religious reverence, and tto rs. commendstioa to destroy tas cartoon la question was made whsa It was clearly sa expressed conviction which conveyed my views without a thought of inaklng a political appeal. "I do net baton the* either car- toonlet Reid n Harvey's Weekly Intended say offense, but since tt to a matter of publio discussion I to want my ewn attitude of disapproval made emphatic" FIRST WOWS la Tear* Sines Ml* Reported ky Alfred Fowler. II to a matter of Intra*sst to know the date ot that first rmow In part years. .Alfred Fowler, operator at the Oaa* theatre, baa kept a record beginning with 1*1* tto first snowfall was October att; ta 1117 It waa October lit ln 1*18 October ft ead ta itlt, October 5. Tbla' yeer We have paaaad tto above date without OPT. JOSEPH FOREST *vTm veteran, am tell what he thinks of the League of Ra-ttoaa at tbe Ctty Hall Friday Evs. st 7 lit. Motor Transportation Men WiU Meet Cartage men, dump truck operator* sad transportation men of Stark- co will meet on Friday evening at 7:30, October 29, ta tbe offices of the Canton Storage Co., 320 Cherry-**,*/ NE, Canton.* Ohio. All Oan residing or having their business headquarters within the limits of'Stark- co waa am cartage men or who ttta ta aay way BManstad la motor transportation, ara urged to ba present. Delegates from Cleveland, Toledo, and Akron wfll attend. Mr. Collins, of California, National Secretary of tto National Association af Com merclsl Healer*, will address tto meetln---.—Adv. BaHepB Dancing School High Bohoal elan and dance Fri- Bap Right Masquerade dance Saturday night WAMTBn—Wr__ BUT A LOT RRE1MNO A GREAT DEAL OF FILMHO CHAB. 8. BIERY. O. S. STdB. BELL 11RT. DANCE AT SCHWINN'S ON BROADWAY GIVEN MX THRARSIA LODOE NO. a A. TOPFNER'S ■ORCHESTRA. '^yfflfwJF
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1920-10-28|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||October 28, 1920|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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