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y$*%W: ;..■■■■■■ g mm I i THM AfLLIAll fRItlSI -a tmmmm - , jjjgjp IMASXtSt - SW^IS' ' THB WBATHEB. dsmgy Bad s*m*what *s4j*mm te- BlRhtl 8*B«*Ija*»***_J^*_r_*_l Barorrseter ggJtt temperature 44 »t It A. M s cloudy. At •*• •,el*rAP. M. ber* .meter 8»>80r temperature 581 cloudy. VOL. XXXIIL, NO. 112* TWELVE PAGES. ALtlAffCE, OHIO SATURDAY, NOV. 6, 1920. THREE CENTS—DELIVERED 15c A WEEK. HARDING ON TRIP TO SOUTHLAND PLAYERS PUKED IF sm.oQa.oo etM** fractal Grand Jury Stakes Pinal Report ofJnvestij-a- tion to Chief Justice McDonald. DIPROVEMENTS OF GAME RECOMMENDED Prominent Officials of League Gather In Chicago for Coming Conference. QJ (My Asssstatsd Pi sta) CHICAGO, Maa, t.—Th. Cook county 855 grand Jury todsy grsasntsd tts final •••sport of th* b**Sball lnve*U- sarttta ta Dllttf Ju*tlo* Charles A. Mc- Doraald, eontalnlng a complete result of Its finding, during th* month had a •salf a taa BBSS lnve.tlss.tlaa ba»cbaJl gambling. WhU. th. allegad "fixing*' of tag Mtt world's .sariss by bribing ot Chicago Whit* Box player* to "lay down* W th* principal -rrubj-sct under Inquiry th* Bsry also rrought Ustlmony oa baseball atambUaa ln gga,M*«l and th. operations of baaaball pool*. ^Recommendations tar th* benefit of IBs ■BIBB ar. iaolud-sd.ln th* report It Is understood. Thra* of th* Indicted Whit. Sox play- sr* George "Buck" Weaver, Fred McMuilin sad Charles "Rtoberg" puve bonds of 110.000 each ln criminal court y*s*tsrdar protesting thatr Innoosnc of ■J-jr participation In th* fixing Sf tb. world's sail**. Thay SSBB Hit/ wishsd th* general public to r.serve Judgment until th* hav* had a *h*ne* in court tfprora th. charges untrue. Prerident Mike Sexton of th* Natlon- **! Association today wea tat conference wtth Ttwld*Mt Tom Hickey at th. Am- -srtoan AasooiaUon aad Preaident Al Tsarnsy Ot th. western league in anticipation of tha meeting of theTnlnor leagu. body Tuesday ta. Kansas dtl*. Other prominent official* of th* national! Sf*r*"l"ll"fl|a*gga gsllmliig in Chicago today. "... Two cor-terene-r-* war* sst tsr tomor- row a cortclav. of th. American league dli*ijU***a"B*i paparatlons tor th. MoTi- day sssslon of tti* stab ow*n*r***s to determine upon a crystalllrced attitude toward th* different plans te reorganise tba paaa*, and a meeting of national bragu* club ^owMr. for a pr-sllmlnary dtscmslnn before thsl*- important eee- •too on Monday. SfP-F PRESIDENT WILSON WILL NOT GRANT PflRDQN i rat oas, is cum ^'JtUmmSaeaS^' * (By tsseslsfg Prosg) Washington. Nov. t^_r*sid.nt WUrr-rr-i Is undent ood to hav* no Intention at psrdontag Eug-m* V. Debs, who is ssrvtsa a ten yeara ssntaiios ta th* federal penitentiary at Atlanta far Violation of Ura Bsplona*. aat. Tba poaition takrtn J>y th* President, aeoordlng to thos* who praters* to know hia *ri*w* la that executive ol-sm-mcy in aSrseh a oaa. would *st B bad precedent gag would ancourag. others to oppos* tha go*rernment In th* event of another Dabs was eonvicted at' Cleveland on riiiiamh.i 11. lib, aa thre* oounta * jrsry finding hlm galtty of attempting to Indt. Insubordination ang dl*U*yaltx ln th* ndM*-**-y aad naval fares*, at*» attetaptlng <tA obstruct r**crultlng and uttertog languaa* tending te incite provok* tand *acourag* resist .no. -. to I fig patted BttUSS gad to promote th* aaaaa et th. enemy. * A pardon foe Dm* rwg other* oon- victed of violating th. Kspionag. art taa aaaa aeg**T By a number ot organ- jffliH"**, teeludtng th. American Federation of Labor which at Us last annual oonv*ntlon at Montrsai, authorised a commltta** to confer With Attornay Oeu-aral Itatawr on th* matter. MflLL fUJUl OFF CIS • MONOWJFTEfliR Tha gas supply win ha turned ott Bl th* etty Monday sflsTBassi at oae o'clock tor a short Urn*. The East Ohio Oas company ts moving Its met- ar trom lu preeent -slae* oa Vine Strsst to oatside th* oRp MsslU near Bolton. Tbe change wfll h* mad* aa quickly mm possible .sad It is possible that all the gas tn tha mains will not ha exhausted befor* th* .supply wfll It Miaul aa agate. People are want- ad la ag-gf m4 all gas fixtures Monday at one o'clock. c^j| ttttattttattaattaattttatto « ^^-^ « M* ALU atONINO MP. U Tba -Whit* Way" oommittee tt M at tb. Chamber of Commerce-re- tl tl port* splendid pragrec* la sign- tt tt Ing ap Mada street property own- * M eta. Every property ewaer ex- 8 M eaat oaa between Freedom aad tt tt Aroh asaaas has signed the pe- tt It Otto* fof th* aaw lighting sys- tt *j taat, Tba tm*mm"t-***| ia working tt tt ln aa •Sett ta have *H property tl tt owners signed by Tuesday night tt tt W Wtttt tttttttttttt tt tttttttt tt mmm hoid PUCES EMB WON ALL FREIGHT. 3 DAYS ' yf_ffc-- Offlclals of tb* PennaylvantB railroad mak* tbe following-seneral .announcement ralatlve to ttl* receiving aad handling of.freight: ■ ' v On .account of congestion, th* PeBB- sylvanl* System snnounoes embargo, effective at th. clos* ot business Bat* urday, November Ith, to expire wtth the doa* of basins— Tuesday, November 9th, against th. acceptance of carload or less than carload ft sight at aaa .station .situated la th* territory or from connection, fa th* mm. territory, bounded by and Including New Castle, Pa., Nlles. .Alliance, Steubenville, Ohia Wheeling Jet, W. Ttt* SB the west, and Donor**, Qreensburg, West Apollo and Fosd Ctty, IB* on ttm Eaat, for outbound movement to any point. Exception.:—Live stock, perishable freight (JFIttaburgh Produc* Tard only), eoal (eoal originating west of Pittsburgh— Alsgheny Switching Limits wfll rest hs accepted when destined to point* east of Altoona).coke, ore, llmeator**.. gel* mite. guntmer, «fluor*rpar, magdollte, kendymag tor furnace use, .and newsprint paper. The continued heavy offering of traffic ln the Central Region Knders imperatively necessary a marked n*duc- tlon IB tile number of earn* under loa* awrrJUng dsllu.i ■ Bad road movement In th* territory sontiguou. to th* Pittsburgh gateway, arid contingent npon favorable weather conditiona lt la hoped, that sufficient relief, under th* aforementioned embargo,' *r*M b. Bflhlllliil to permit of a clean-up over Sunday, Including Monday and Tussday of next week, that Win .void th* necessity of B general embargo and th* isstlance of railroad shipping permlta To the end of obtaining rssHUa oo. operStleii of Snippers I* enlisted, to refrain from loading ^'i ftljg the embargo period, and that consl,gneea shall doubl. their effort, in the prompt acceptance arad release of Inbound loaded cars. PUNS FOR BED GROSS ROLL CULL ARE RAPIBLY Mi Gaa To Be Shut Off. OWINO TO ttCPAIBttiON THB main aaa supply limb, thb aaa WILL BE SHUT Off MOMOAY AFT- tfUMOn AT ONI 0-CI.OCK FOB ABOUT A MALF AM MOUtt. att TO BHUT tfff AU. FILOT lawm are. the alliance FOWEB CO. MAZ-ti^k , Organization of committee* I* near ly completed for Red Cross Roll call which will -start Monday morning. No vember lBth. This good work waa th. outoom* of the meeting at th. rHsai ber of Commrares i*ooma oa Friday Sft- rjrnoon. A fine attendance with Increasing Interest msrksd this meeting sa the treat y.t and which Indicates a oampalgn of success. h_r_ AU members of all committees wtll meet at State street *rch<ool auditorium th. evening of November Ith ag ••Bay o'clock. Working Plans sad methods will bs dlscusasd which will greatly sat the team worker* tn <*ec-lring th* full quota ef membership. Demonstrations wfll b* gtven. touching each featur* -ga n«*rty •* possible. Information tap al- *. be .given raa to Um districts *_ranged •F th* Chamber of Commerce. Lltera- tur. rind mipplle. Will b. distributed at this meetina '___y" On Monday evening, November I, Itt* curb thaatr. will be at MailbrlBv. Everybody invited. Th. Jr.* O. U. A, M. trgnd will leave Jr. O. tT. A M. rooma at t:tS a 'SB. Thor* la no hatter way of ****** Big wh*r* ttt* dollar goes than to witness th. curb theatre la aeOon. A agosd brirqk pavement.' a tank of gaa and tha,desire fer an evening wsU -rpatrnt, aq^thass say atam to MartJboro. UK TO HIKE HICK CUSS BjTEjTIINMENF AlBsaag wfll *a*ain hav* an opportunity of witnessing high el*** enter- ,talnmants in tb* theatrical Baa .Announcement wa* Wig* gatai dsy by th* Columbia theatre management tbat Mb* Anna Pavlowa h<ad b*en a**cur*d to appear at th* Columbia. Mil. Pat-tow*-*, who at fsmrwis th* world over BB B d*nor*r to rscoompanled by a oompany of IS*, a symphony of SO Bad a baltot of «*. Bh* wfll appear tttga st th* Columbia th-satr. Friday Bight, Norrermber gt. llltoae* people wfll b* glsd a wsU aa gsshaMBS to be abl* to see ths* noted dancer and hw* compsany -rm a looal •Wag*. OHIO FRUIT AND PRODUCE OO. COBNBR f»R08PECT ANO UNDEN, OFPOglTE COLO BTOBAQE. BPECIAL FOR BATUOOAV ANO NEXT WEEK. JUBT B8CEWED t OAsKOAOg OT WINTBtt FOTA- TOM, ALBO ORANOBB AND LBM- ONB, *ORAPEFRUrr, AFFLBB, QUINCKE; -BO-fl PLANT, PEFFEtta. OAN* ROTg; CABBAGE flag PER HUN DRCD; ONIONS BIjOO FER BU. COMB EARLY AND PLEABE BRINO BAOB AND BAEKETB WE DELIVER, aaaaa tHNW ^^^AMOUI CpFLIBHT wrmtmo DONT It A WALL FLOWER. THE MODERN SCHOOL OF DANCING WILL OPEN A BttANOH-**r "ELL-MAC 'HALL COMMENCING NOV. ttth FOR LADIEg ANO BENTB, private Ana CLAga' LEtaONS. OPEN FROM X F. BL TOIKml; MISSION IS III KINDS OF MR ■«■ ■■■■ii- t Report Saya Station Taken Without Shot and American Mission Fell bt Soviet Hands. WASHINGTON HAS NO won) of incident; French Embassy Aba Questions Report, Relieving That Capture Not Possible. ' ■'fiS tag Assoelatsd JFr**.) LONDON, Tfi»> f ilVii.lisBiVrsn mis aon ia South Rurrala haa fallaa lata' th. hands of the rrovlet forces, aocord- lng to ths JMaseow n.wrrpapex Pravda, <a* quoted la a wireless dispatch today trom ttM soviet capital, lh* mission says the dispatch was ttssasrl by General Morel. Tb* FlgSrlS. repored the incident in recording details ot th* Bolsheviki attack upon the force* ot General Baron Wrangel. *4PA *paragt*ph concerning th. mission reads;-— . ' at'* "At Alexievlia station which^ras tak- en without a shot, an American mission fell into OW heads at th. hssd of which was General Moral who had Mat taak of combatting bandit* in th. White army. Co tar as known th. only American mission now in the Crimea ls American Red Cross unit of sbout a dozen member* commanded by Major George Hidden of Kansas City, Mo.. There also Is an American naval and diplomatic mission undwr Rear Admiral Newton A MoC'Ully. reprrjsenting the (Bat* depart- naent, but tti* activities ot this mission havs Man confined larg*eiy to the Black Sea area. It is possible, bow. ever that' oa* or more of the representa- Uv** have been attached to General Wrang.1*. W*}Mf aA gllsrn i us Tb* Red Cro** mission baa been operating in asoutheim Russia for Stor* than a year. sad has supplied ambulanoea, surgical drssings ruid other needed articles to the Russian volunteer army. On th* Invitation of Oeneral Wrangel several member* mt tbe misalorr have accompanied the army In tta operations ln ttt* Crimea. Th. headquarters of ths mission-is at .Sebastopol. bs sai mi i ii paa ii - . CBy Associated Preul WASHINGTON, Nov. 6.—State Brad; war department officials .said today they had.no knowledg. of any official American mission being within the war son. In Southern Russia. Neither bad Bay report been received Xm Bat two departments ot a mission, telling into th* hands ot th* sovtet forces. Th. suggestion waa mash nao-fficiaUy that tbe GenerrU Morel reported by th* Moscow newspaper Pravda as having been captured !ry tb* Botohexiki, might be either a French officer, commanding a detachment |a the Wrangel army or M D* Mart.1, qblcf of .th. French diplomatic mission sent intovthe Crimea aad -accaredited to Wrangel. The French' embassy, however, bad .reoelved no iw- port concerning th. Incident and expressed doubt tbat their diplomatic mission had gotten Into such position as to make possible it* capture. . The only official American mlsaslon ln Russia to that at 8*6*atopol Various I mi hl.il r-aitet cermmirMion* axe operating aa4tt> frontiasr.■s^SSr •jk or mm tests WITH OiWORS TODAY (By aasocut*|*jpr*B*) •PHILADELPHIA, ttbr. t.—Tha fate et the demands of the anthracite mine workers* for wag* increases equal to tho** laosntly granted the bituminous miners tasted with th* operators today, whsa taBfssBts*UBgg at tha hard eeal diggers aad the mine owners resumed their conferences her*. Before going lato session, the operators declined to discuss their plans aad woald aot Indicate thair probable attitude toward the miners' demands •W g It Jgsr eeat Increase for contract minors, a gt, a minimum day labor lata sad aa universal eight hour day throughout th* anthracite region. Thomaa Kennedy of Haselton, Fa* chairman of the mln«rs' committee ssld that tha wilasrs Bad emnpHrtsd their arguaieatB gad "It .was aatt ag ta the* operators. During th* moath of October the dre department siisaaiaa four taias alams aad 14 teal eaea Fire Chief Held stated todsy that hia monthly report would be areparad boob. The loss by fir* Ust month mmtmb'i low considering Obi, sasnanl of property which was endangered by Era: Two slsss* oa Mahs street during .the asaath might havs esaasg terge losses atta aot the department worked prosnptly. -jf^K? a,thJU,T-5wr-aiwift'.#.^a. attuaoM t o«lock TOMORfow. jywaat •aai EVERYONE, rabeant, '' COMtMO OF TtttlTM," AT *1©:15 A. M. COBMt BRINO VOOR FRIENDB. 4 •tWtTMa FRIBNBS OHURCH. REMODELED AMD TO BE DEDICATED ^^BO»*OA"«' MORBflKG. Dedication Of Remodeled Friends Church to Take Mtice On Sunday Morning t Th* dauntless ooura--. and wm of tte * membersolp. th. falth ot tbe pastor and th. encouragement of friends outside I th* membership of th* First Friends church, will find reward Sunday when the newly remodelled edifice 1* dedlcct- ad. Tb* Bar. M. M. Coffin, paator of this chureh gives to bis fBKhfUl congregation all Credit fer the beautiful and convenient church whleh now stands at the corner of Park avenu* and Broadway, newly painted outside, lawn .graded and .seeded, inviting the compliment. of ab who passv Those who enter will find also much to please their sense of propriety and modest beauty tat th* finish ef th. interior, tor them two-requisite. arsBsverywhere seen. Ml'the enlarging aad remodelling of tho tenner building, there has been added much room for the growing ooB.gr*- gatlon. Th. church SB it Mood originally, rapes, fl to th* Broadway Md* end was n-ot equipped with the SaljbaUt .school' r<K*rtls necessary fdr the work. The congregation, feeling th* rrreat need .and acceding to th* desires of the paator decided that much improvement and more room could be. msas'W utilizing ator* -of |he pound which is a part of the church holdings, sad therefor* plans were drawn, oonrrldered and accepted by the board of trustee* for the change, so that today,"-th. llttl. church Ms grown to a sealing capacity ln it* auditorium, prayer-rand Christian Endeavor ***oem and the balcony ot flv* hundred people.. Th. auditorium ha,- twenty-four new and modern Basts BBJtB two hundred chairs were just placed tor the accommodation of the-people. Th* rear of the auditorium shows three arches under the balcony and two fold- doors are placed so that thre* class rooms sre fortndd tar closing tbe door*, which when opened .font the rear of th* auditorium. Two other claas rooms and th* pastor's study sr* alrro located on th. flrrrt floor. - Th* large prayer meeting .room oan be utilised tor special occasion, being opened st the-rlght of th. pulpit Tha* ar* flv. claas* rooma on the balcony .floor, which with the Balcony JBjeae eleven fin. ; class rooms. In th* '-bassment thor* ar* planned three large claa* room* which oaa be thrown Into on. for aay occasion demanding such, servlc-*. A kitchen Bad the furnace room ar* also located conveniently. Throughout there to an air of convenience and comfort which is a pleasure to contemplate.- The decoration* throughout, th*. mellow light, th* natural flnlah pt the woodwork, th* dean carpet, painted floors, all .are con- ductlva to a pleasurable feeling sa on. enters this beautiful houM Of worahlp. Brief Ckarch History. A brief history of tb* Friends church in. Alliance will be ta order and I* bar* given: "*7!-J Th* churoh was .started following * tent meeting held ta the aummer of 1*00. After It'rl dorr* a few Friend* met as an indulged Meeting aad In the autumn ot the aam. year steps war. token te bund • houa* of worship. Whleh waa accomplished ead was first dedicated on February 17th 1901. Ths ft**_<*,*\r Meeting was officially organised In April,-1901 with a charter membership of 4i. During tha year* which hav* followed, th* blessing of th. Lord ha* been upon tb* labors ruid ministry of the faithful pastors and evangelists. Many souls have been saved ss*t sanctified. Christian homea have been established ta the grace of God which hav* born* witness ta our ;JTS5»r REV. M. M. COFFIN, $£j£?* Pa.itor. i own "Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria", and son* aia ge lag* ts^fjJu"*.i*itaP'*ai p*rt of the earth" to tell the story of Redeeming Grace. Pastorate et Bar. Cot fla Th. Rev. M. M. Coffin caas* to this city ln September 1918, taking charge iBt the church. When he came ttt* church bad a nr*—ill*. sli|ji of 225, trom which tt Bss grown te, a net membership of ttt, at wHom 2 i are et ths charter list. ■ j-Sfe-S' Th. official board of taa ohnreh Is comprised of th. following men; A. ah tjohnason, BU T. Shreve, 8. A Kinsey, H. C. Cattell, X. H. Johnson, Geo. Bowden, A. C. Baldwin. M. W. White. C. B. Pim, *_M, Williamson. Of thla board A E. Johnson is chairman of th* building commltte*, H. C. Cattell la re- sponslbl* to a more than large degree for th. plans of the building and tor the execution ot those plaa* aa well, tbe pastor aad congregation Jolnirnf ta expressing their appreciation of ttt* wprk Mr. Cattell haa done 'far ttie oitaroJW-yv Saturday afternoon tb* laiMs* of th* Ohurch met to "olean house" preparatory for tbe Sabbath .service*. A basket dinner will bf rrervsd ia the church aftar the morning rwrrlees .and th. naw kitchen will .Bid materially in making of she dsa one of comfort and pleasure. KILL CHANGE WOI OF FAMOUS MISSION . (By AAmmsatmS Tr.ee) NOW-YORK, Nov. t.—The famous bowery mission which for 41 years has earad far tha Flotsam sad J**rt**atB of humanity on N*w York's lower eeat side announoed today that owing to in nbllill iiia MBi siiiliMIss have baaa timed .sad heneeferth It , woald ea- doavor to help titaBilHssln tbs city's immense foreign population. "Wtth the passing sway of so many saloons," tha announcement ssld, snd "wtth tha altlBMtS fatal destruction ot tba Baaa* traflc clearly la sight this notorious thoroughfaia haa taken aa utterly changed eondltion*. Tha work ,Of Am*ricanisation wfll be undertaken primarily through the children of foreigners. —NOTICE— i/«Sy COMMENClNa BATUROAY, NOVEMBER tTN. WILL OIVE FAMEN- aaa bub bervice between mt, UNION BOtiARE AND LIBERTY ON main ETnasT av MuM^.sst aov* ERNMENT ADDITION. BINOLE FAB* WILL BB ta. WILL SELL d FANB CHECKS FOB Bte OR XT FOB Bt. FULL SCHEDULE OF ROUTE ANO RUNNING TIME MAY BE OBTAINED FROM BUB DRIVER. WE DE- EIRE YOUR FATRONAOa AND AS- aatta YOU OUR H1BHEBT AIM IB ■MT OF SERVICE TO OUR PATRONS. ' g>lfcp&OOX, TRANEIT una. ggat so." union, tx a. ana SOVIET ARMY CAM SMASH WMttGFL'S LINES * CBy AM-<eiated Trem, ' SEBASTOPOL, Nov. tr—ghght division* of lntentry and general Budenny*. cavalry mad* up tb* soviet .army, ate .attaacl-. of which broke tb. strength of Baron Wrarfgel'. fore** in Taurlda. Th*.. troops advancing trom Nikopol, on Octobsr. tl, attacked both wing* of the anU-Oolsbevlkl army. r^rT- Ten thousand of General, Buadenn,"ji men swept southward a* tar a* Bslko- re, wher* General Wrangel's counter aftaok r**Bll*jd ta thetr surrender. Bare columns of .superior raovtot force*, how- •ver, continued to advano* ta all direction along th* SOO mile* troat and general Wrangrr* waa forced to retreat He was auccessful Pa withdrawing liis men, horses ang supplies tato tte Crimean Peninsula. Have Yoa Two Foot? * W* will teach yoa ta danbe ler 15.00. Th* Modern School of Dancing, EU- Mac H*U, L>urriD^-«ogg FEkT of 2xg -oa teW *» FT. LONG HARO WOOD LUMBER. CHAS. 8. BIERY. O. 4 &*%%, BCLL^jm, _4fW: ''ptUl BjtOa BBFAIRCTlS ' telephon* to 8eg*l's. We call tor and deliver. No extra charge. Q, S. 6TTI, Bell ltt-t^ *rioK|_i*goa Ttta joMiBaupy bout Aaa ttaai aar d*LaTir uot BILLIARD PARLOR. LOWED mn ILL IHE 280 to. P. Five CongrresMonal Districts Remain in Doubt and Hay Go to Republicans. PREDICT UPSETS 4& IN TENNESSEE Fourth and Eif hth Diatricta Given to Democrats Hay Go Into G. 0. P. Column. (By .Ai*oci.t.d 44449 NEW YORK, Nov. I.—Result* Of last Tuesday's election ta three of the nation. 4*5 congressional districts ta* malned undetermined today a* th* fifth day ot tabulating the RepubUcan gar- ty** tremendous .sweep ws* begun. The missing district* were tte llrd Near York, 8th Minnesota aad tth Missouri, ta all of whlsh tt*s _ba ttt r*- lii r si ill Silt-SB apparently will te close. Taa Republicans with IM members In tte house ot Representative* already .assured to III Democrat. 1 .socialist, 1 Independent, 1 Independent prohibitionist snd on* lnd«pnngBnt-B**piihltoan war. claiming success in all three of tte undetermined glBIlkin They also were predicting upsets in the fourth and eighth districts of Tennessee which had been placed earlier in the Democratic column. ?y>.:?. VafAtorirt. la SB five of these districts would .give Bab Republican* * total of IIS seats and would eut th* democratic total to Ut, Whlto tte best possible results ter tte Deteocrate would giv. them a total of only 141 to IM tsr tte Republican*. ■RffifflttJl:.- MAJORITY OF G.500 5TH APPELLATE DISTRICT CANTON, Nov. «.*-(Bpecia»—Unofficial returns from tbe 16 strtfntl** comprising the 6th appellate district, ta which Btark county 1* located. Indicate that Lewis B. Houck has been re-elected Judge, according to results of the voting received by Judge R. S, Bhtelda. The returns show that Judge Houck aga elected by a majority of approximately 1,500 in th. district over hi. Republican opponent, Ross "Wfc Funk, of Wooster. Syjjt*-'' judge Houck, who to a Democrat, although running oa a non-partisan ticket, carried 11 of tte 16 counties, whu* Funk carried four, the unofficial rami]** athow. Th* most Interesting con test took place in Perry ggMnlf where Judge Houck beat hi* opponent by onto two votes. Funk carried hi. own county Wayn. and ateo Stark by large majorltlea Th. majorltie. received by Judge Houck in the 11 counties follow: Tuscarawas, 600; Morrow, 675; Perry, t; Knox. 1.642; licking*, 1.000; Muskingum, 1,4.501 Richtond, 1,975; Coshocton, 100; Holme*, 1,400; Fairfield, 2,880; and Ashlan, 'til. Funks estimated majorltie. ta, tour counties were: Wayne. iOM; Stark, Llll; Delaware, 1,271; .and Morgan, 1,- 2(00. Th. official count* now being made ln all of these counties may change tte figures slightly, espectelly In counties ■hot* the "contest wss closs, bat a change ta ths result, of th* electloa ta not ejspecfd.'tt aaa said. 3-tPt**-* FOOTBALL BOOSTERS ME DEMONSTiUTlQH ON JUBLie SQUARE Th* Mt. Union student hoap sat loose Friday night la tte wildest aad most *nthualar*tlo football rally ln tte Bla-* tory of tte achool. Practically ttl* *n- Ure astudent body led by the faculty marcheeVdown Union avenue to Maa* street *gM thence to tta public aqurrre where the rally was bald. Th. students ends carried banners with "Smear Oaa." predominating. A coffin artth the prc- saeetlas shad hope, of tha Caa. team •aaa to - tte pr*oc****.lor_ Tte public square was tilled with people ta witne*** tba rally. Cheer Jtaaader Plcken* aaa •ons leader Evan, put tte .student* through their stunts. The cheers and *eaga were Interspersed with speeches. Stirring talks w*r* given by Coach Eddto Oasey, Dr. Parry F. King. Pref. Ureter, Captain H*rs-*riT and President If. H. McMaster. -._. ' conorg gcicoa. (By aAasoototed JPrass) ASETtABCXA, rlor. Ij-ftat 3. M*t* oatt, 41, prosperous fannrsr living a Bar snttas west of here eowiiiiittorl mi- cide by .hooting himself wltb a a-hot- .gun at tte i*ar of bto bam todsy. Ders- pondency ov*r l-tcent death* ta hta family ta attest as tte eana* at Met ■niclde. y%^ POR BM.B—ONR 1»ig~" MOLINB KNIOHT. 8BVBN PABBENOatt TOURINO OAR. *>B -URIC TYPB. WIRE tatMBBLBa, OOOO TIBBB, FIRST CLABB CONDITION, REFIN- IBHEO. BELL PHONE. 80, RE8. BMI aaa**wt<*-jttMioi z^z FOR gALE—Itlt PORO TOURINO un, ttrsag MildsaftE rao*. Itob repair go. o.a> a ttttttStttttttttttttttttttt BANKERS MEC* (By The A. P) ,.i_m NEW ORLEANS. Nov. t.— Boutheta bankers met here to* day to plan the organlsaUon gt a 112,000,000 foreign trading eer* poratlon which will establish banking facilities to market the agricultural prodaeta of the .south In Europe. It Is believed In this way that the crops eaa te handled to much better advantage to tha produchrs- i%W «Tlira tttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt MEN'S Fl MEET SUNDAY Ths regular monthly meeting ot Bta Alliance Christian Man's Federation will be held Sunday afternoon at two- thirty o'clock ta tte Immanuel Reformed church. The JRev. Dr. J. *U Tait of Columbus, who will ptrsfoh at ttie First Preebyter-ian chureh morning gag evsnlng wlB addreaa the meeting. The newly organised Ole* Club of the Federation will .sing. There wUl oleo be a report frota tte T. M. C. A. commute, which will be of interest On Wednesday evening, November 10 •t 7:10 o'clock there will he held ta th* city* council chamber a muting of the T. M. CA., Whleh will to addressed by aa official ot tha Y. M. C A of Columbus, Official representatlvas from all ths various organisation* in ttto city will be ln attendance but .any othar mat of tha Christian churchss are invited ta attend. RALLY DAT AT FIBST METHODIST EPISCOPAL Everything la In readiness for ths big day nszt Sunday. Th* Sunday school service* begin .at 8:00 o'clock aad we hope to have a reoord breaking crowd- A jreefr ag-;. -tha attendance on Rally Day 'was ovar oaa thousand. This year w* murrt pass tti* tVelve hundred mart vjtf •very- one will make tt a point ta eome rain hr shine and bring a friend, we Vill reach oar goal, but dont depend Oa taa other fellow ba there yourself. A rose will te given atech person attending Sunday school'. » Following at 10:16 the beautiful pageant, "Tbe Coming ot Truth," .will be given in the auditorium. Plan to attend both services. JOLLIFICATION MEET AT CANTON TO BE GBCIJ AFFJIH FOB 4 COUNTIES Th* Republican* of tour counties wUl heM a Jollification meeting at Canton this evening. These four i implies com- prlse the Sixteenth (TiMigTsssliiiiSl r*M**_ trlct and gr J Stark, Wayn., Holme* and Tuscarawas. Banda .from each of tte four counties wfll be ta tte line of march -^1^**** will lead to the bome pt Hon. Joseph H. Himes congressional elect of th* district. It to expected that U. S. Senator Elect Frank B. Willi* will be at th* Himes homS and will with Mr. Himea welcome th* visitors. Men, women add children wtt te ta th* .parade. The*, will carry .flags aag bannsra. Th* band* will play inspiring and patriotic atta aad noise making devlcea will *Bd to tte noise at tte evening. _WZi. It Is proposed to mak* ef thi* Jollification a repetition of McKinley day. urban Canton waa th* mecca of tte na- Uon. Delegations ar* promised from a raqore of town* ta th* four counties. Alliance ha* aa*wraiod tte invitation by stating la laata -we are coming". The AUlanc* City Band win go ta hand th* diitta** dsisirstino whleh wttl matt on Main atreet near th. City bank building prepared to .so at 1:00 o'clock P. M. If .possible .arrange to go and help swell th* chorus victory. I Anoth-rr-section of tta n*w lighting asyrratem being Installed by tta Alliance Oas aad Power company was turnad ea taat night. Tta .section of tta city between Qlamorgan add Union, Bta sad Rockhitt Is aow brilliantly lighted. The company to rushing tte work of Jtaetal- lag tte n*w system. The aeat section a***--tta. turned on wfll be th* district between Uberty and Union. HARRT 8AL8BUR-* DIES—14 Harry SaJUbury, *on ot Mr. and ttm. F. a SaJabuay, dtod at tb*. family bom* •Bar Llmaville, Stop 7 an tbe Ravenna eleetrie line, Friday evening at tta*. tasty o'clock. Pastli ws* du* to. a complication of dto**.**, the yopng man having been Bl .about fear month*. He was-Aged tg years, sta months and twenty-one days, and to- sunllBB by hta parent*, four .sisters and two brother*. Tte funersi *srvlce* wfll te beld at tbm bom* Bunday afternoon at oaa o*- 1 RALLY DAY FIRST M. E. CHURCH t O'CLOCK BUNDAY, NOV. 7th. ROBEB POR EVERYBODY. PAO- BANT, **THE COMINO OF TRUTH," AT *»:tg A M. COME BRINO YOUR FRIENDS. - STORE ROOM POR RENT, STEAM HBAT. BEItBtt ' AVB. FIRST DOOR BOUTH OF WESTERN UM> WN. CAU. O. C. 4107. TYPERS FOR. INVOICE DEPART. MENT* PERMANENT POSITION} OOOOWAOaEB. APPLY IN PER80N. President-Elect Party Will Spend Month in Recreation bi Southland. i WILL TAKE VOYAGE TO CANAL ZONE Invited Several Leading: Statesmen to Prepare Views on Association of Nations. (By 'Asaoclated Press) , OM BOARD SENATOR HARDING'S I SPECIAL TRAIN, Nov. t.—Starting I tor a month's vacation trip to South- J era Texas aad Pan-America President-. elect Harding today laid aside the last; cares ot tha Presidential campaign for an interim ot real rest and recreation before.he takes up seriously thai responsibilities of his coming administration. Although his mind already| la dt work upon the preliminary de-' tells of his first administration policy, j a plaa Btt a aew association of na*j tions. Mr. Harding does aot proposal to tat tha task Ihterfer* with hla; out-f tag. Jia hss Mkg-fc.se.sral leading- Htateemea to prepare their views on th* subject fox him, tat the flrst eap*< ferenee to raoatas ad vice will not takgi place until after be returns to Marlon about'December t. Will Ceatglla Opinion*. Th* Presldenfelect bas mada lt I known that a compilation of opiniona on the association of nations proposal will be his Stat concern In preparing tor his responsibilities at Washington, taking precedence *ven over hia| choice of g cabinet. Cabinet appoint-1 ments, he has announced will not bal given any'thought at all during hla! Taogfligi Tha special train carrying! Senator aad Mrs. Harding aad their; party left Marlon at 7:30 this morn- a tag, bound tar Point Isabel, near thel southern tip gf the Texas coast where i tha President-elect will spend lt days hunting and Ashing. Ossga Voyage- - After ttat he haa ta make an ocean voyage to tha canal ions, and thaa hack to a port oa tta middle Atlaatio coast. He will speak la Bedford, Va. on December 5, snd win go immediately,' from tbere (0 Marlon. «*-y»f tha trip south by way of SL Louis and San Antonio, jie senator's train wfll reach Brownvllle, Monday morning gad tha party will Motor from there to Point Isabel, tt miles away. Point Isabel ls only six miles distant from . tt* Mexican boundary and -from tha southern most tip ot continental United States. ,i|iy Quests ml Harding*. Quests ot Mr.- snd aba Harding ea ths tttp were Harry M. Daugherty, manager ot the Harding pre-convea* tion campaign; Senators Frellnghuy- saa of tiaa Jersey; Hale ot Maine, tiad Blklns of Wsat Virginia, and Edward B. McLean, the Washington publisher. His secretary, Oeorge B. •rfliHstladi Jr, and his family physician, C. E."- 8a wyer, aad a .group of' secret servl©e\ men snd newspaper asaa also were aa th* special train. gsoirgh Bai'KiCS Detail. *I%e secret service detail, assigned to Mr. Harding as soon as he wae elected to tta presidency was ln. charg* of Mllss McCahlll, formerly of; the Wblte House staff at Washington., James Sloans, s former secret ser-- vice man who has acted ag the ser* .tor's uhofllcial bodyguard during tha* campaign will te retained la that oa-. paclty IB' co-operation wtth the guard detailed officially by Secret Service i headquarters. .a ABOVE SUSPICION (By*"Aaaoelatad Preaa) CHICAGO, Bev. *t—The special agraad Jnry tav-Mtlgatlns; basebsll ratara* this aoralas tte - ftaai re- pert ta which it stated Urlt "white •vlrtaaes has bfc*a tasad that some ■ throw* by ptafSga tb* practle* wss aot gsaerar aad the leaSers la <***ga*lied b***bsB may ; b* setlsd apoa to beep the bbbm abate ga*g*ajpfc wm mmm (My AsMetated Pr***) . WASHINGTON, Nov. «.—Weathae* tsr tb* week beginning "ohTv tall By sag Tennessee rates <at beginning of week followed by fair and OOlad. itetrion of Oraat JLsdte*: Raid* and possibly loeal aasws Bt beginning cal wask, followei by gwieral fair aadl moderataly eottU _____ WANTEOZ-FINISHER FOR T INCtti PLATE. STEADY JpB. . SALEI|( CHINA CO* BALEM, OHIO. t -** ****** ■**» '-*A*%k'>' *** % 4 3
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1920-11-06|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||November 6, 1920|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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