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•''^Vj-V^ THE! 1LLIAICE MMW '~*!"-*i.- JDe yaa n_toe laat baw taam Christ- aaaa will to hare! WsSeh toe at I •als asssto far toa Mm la tttt sagO'itkma. AND LEADER VOL. XXXHL, Na 116. SIXTEEN PAGES ALLIANCE, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER ft, ***». THREE CENTS—DELIVERED lSc A WEEK. CELEBRATE ARMISTICE DAY CELEBRATE ARMISTICE NT BY DISTRIBUTION OF NEARLY I 2,000 MEDALS AHD LITTERS Awards Given to Navy and Marines fer Particular Valorous or Distinguished Performance of Duty During the World War, aad Upon Signal by Radio and Telegraph From Secretary Daniels' Office the Honors Were Distributed With Appropriate Ceremonies. tMt Aaaoe—t*A Pr**.) WASHINGTON, Nov. 11.—Tb. aee- avsA annlveroary et the rd-pilng art tba arm—ties waa eelebratawl In tta navy and marina corpe today by tha rUstri- butkm ot nearly 2,000 medal, and let- Mtm at commendation tor particularly valorous CT dlatln.g_artj«l performance af duty tatartaa tta world war. Tb. medal, aad letter, awarded tad been li. .aIds< In commanding officer, la sll parts sf tta world sod upon signal by radio aad telegraph tartar from Becre- tary Daniel', office bare the honor, distributed with appropriate SMS Th. aactloa n—rkt— tbm fJtaal phase of tta controversy ovar naval rltoeration. ttat resulted ln a congressional InVee- tlaatlon last winter alter Rear Admli-al W. 8. 81m. had .refuaed to accept th. <firrUng_l«hed Mrvlo. medal Intended for him en tts film lid that Injustice had marked toa manner of distributing th. navy's raoosnltloa Of distinguished war time ataarvtrje. , During tta lnv«-.ligation Becretary Daniels was accused of making award. to ofQoere Who commanded .hip. sunk by th. enemy and Ignoring other offl- orrtr. wbo performed distinguished duty ln responalbl. pearlt tons aahore. Orlglaal List Paahsaaad jpubiictlon today of tta flat at award, a. finally approved by tho ss* cretary .how. tts original list to to unchanged rro far as deletion, are con- crned. Bead Admiral Sim.' name again appeared on th. list aa having been awards a D S M. but It wm said at the navy department that tte medal tad aat beea actually forwarded to Admiral Slr_a, aa waa don. la altaoat erery other eae. due to tta officer', prevlou. retueal to accept tta honor. Tta modal, along wltt the navy crotw**** awarded Rear Admiral fleatsn C. Decker aad Captain Raymond Haabrouck who took action similar to ttat af Adrl mlml Sm—, tad been deposited In th*. bureau of navigation for .such future .action regarding .acceptance of tbe medals aa tts officer, concerned might wish to take, lt waa explained at tta department. The U«t of awards as finally approved allowed a considerable la- crease over tts Sat publl.hed before the congressional tove.tig.tlo_ JB wea explained that after tb. matter had baaa referred baok to tta board headed by Soar Admiral Au-rtln Kniaght for reconsideration many meritorlus eases were illsnovrwefl that had not been Included to tta original Hat. For thl. re—Km lt Waa aaid, LMt medala and SSS letter Of commendation were awarded today trfamA at 1,2*1 Sat da I. and 161 letters aa was originally recommended. Increased aH»——perl.aits la addition to tta namea added to toa Mtt a number of awards as finally approved were Inereaaat ta Importance over th. honor accorded la th. or-igln- al list. Twa navy ciuasae and three dirrtln.gul.hed .—-vie. medal. war. raised to medal, of honor, aad 14 navy crosses ware Increased to distinguished .ervic. taedal* A recapitulation of ttf swarrta ss today by toa aavy department (Continued on Page 11.) PBESIDEMT-ELECT MAKES PAOHRESS FROM STANDS IN FORT I llll GROUNDS "(Br A^oclatad Pre..) JBROWJNSTnXJB, Texaa. Nov. 1L— Intarruptlng bla vacation at Point Iee- bal. Prealdent-Elect Harding wffl make an armistice day speech her. lata today tatoto Amertoana aad Mexicans trom tta lower Ws Grande Valley. Although moat of tta addrea. la tt b* devotrad ta a comrmamoratlon of tta slg-'-g ef the world war anniatioe two jrsara arn Ito. Harding Is tapestad te take oognlsSaee ef the presence of ■a M—ricarra la hat aaal.no. and deliver , (ran thla border city an Informal men.- PSA af aaauranoe and .good fellowship .totha Bepublte ta tta ..outh. Hs will apaab from a stand on tta panto .ground to Fort Brown. Aa eeeort et tmmby wtt -aooompeay hta to his movwn.nta through the ottjr. MiaaamvtMl baa made great prepar-a- tteaa for tta event, a waa program ef parrr-s. and addrt—a. pretxdiag tta as-a I eh of tta pra—deaf ateeL Bpsel—1 train, will bring crowd, freak olttae along .tta International ALLIANCE GfTIZENS JOIN IN CELEBRATION OF JRMISTICE DAY Armistice dsy wss generally celebrated by Alliance resldenta Thursdsy. Flags wars flying from homes -and business pis ess Many af tto tlrMtt had ttolr windows decorated wtth tto national, colors. All day a steady .stream of celebratora lsft tor Caaton where the county Is joining la s union celebration. While none af tto shops closed down eatdrely forces wara greatly eat down as many St tto workmen ars taking part in tta celebration at Caatoa. Tta majority of tha retail .stores elcssd at assa. Tta public schools aad MX Union college hath suspended te tha 9ar. There wss aa looal celebration of the day. BBT IMPIESSIffELT HONORS King George Draws Cord That Releasee Union Jack Draped Above Cenotaph. CROWD SILENT FOR TWO MINUTES Choir Sings Softly "Oh God, Onr Help In Agee Peet," . Before Great Throng. (By Amoclated PreM) 1 JLtONDON, Nov, 11—Great Britain today impressively honored har war he- roe, try according a field marshal*, funeral te an unknown British warrior arta waa buried In Westminster Abbey, dad unveiling a permanent cenotaph to Whit. Hall to the "glorlou. ilisrt" Aaid. from member, ot toa royal family, wbo timtoftt* Queaa M-u-y, Queen Mother Alexandra aad Queen Maud at Norway snd a tear ttr flul._s, the only witnesses to either ceremony were persons who had loat relatives In the great war. Aa "Big Ben" tta great clock ta tto tower ot the parllameat' building began to .strike the hour of eleven, —tag George, facing th. sixteenth century coffin of tte unknown soldier arl—to waa resting aa a gun carriage, drew a cord that raiment* th. union Jack draped above tta cenotaph, and after lb. laat .troke of too hour, thousands ot people, who crowded White Hall aa far aa oaa oould .tree in either direction, remained absolutely allent tor tare mlnutee- Thl. alienee araa broken by a choir .softly beginning tta hymn "Oh God, Our Help In Ages Paat," whleh waa followed hy tta Lord's Prayer, recited by the.Archbishop of Canterbury, ■agl.Tr* Sean* taet Pelt. Buglers rwunded "th. last post" bad with tta i—oort pf troop, and a band th. gun carriage tan moved toward tta abbey, with King George aa chief mourner plodding behind It accompanied by the royal princes. Of all the wltneesea that packed White Han or crowded the abbey, a little band of approximately ISO women tt th. abbey rooslrad the most reverent .attention. They bad been selected te tta errata St honor because each tad loot har husband and all her sons. Staff airman ta England eo bereft wbo applied for a place got it, hot leas than halt the otter appUoanta for etete PRETTY AS THE FLOWERS SHE HOLDS. h initial steps to establish StS community t. taken it meeting last eke Impressive Ceremonies Held bi London and Paris, and Cities |a This Country. NO CEREMONIES OF NATIONAL CHARACTER The trip tato will occupy tta AST for Mr. Harding. Leaving Polat laabal hy motor ta tta taming, te will play a game et golf aad tave lunch<aon at toa oemntry amb bens before hta ad* ORGANIZATIONS JOIN «CELEMTINC 0AT (Mr SssmUIlt Frem) ffm-.na-s.-a-~-, Mae. U__Arml»- - wa. uhsai nt today throughout Ptaaaaptsaato, esattara New I Delaware by para itaa ef esr- saganiiaiaaas, lufMiaal ss» Ito membera et Jhestaa pasta la maay I—Mate towns .and cttlee acheota arere cloaed and h-ntd fa an.l mi dad Vhrtaally an th. mtass In tta aat—raclte east region wer. ahat i at noon. A taetore af tto eei*. ta ttta crlty warn toopteaoata ttaa at navy crosses to M otnoara aod |to tta Philadelphia aavy Faradee wata bald ta many at toe elty aad at U. o'eloek church •ere rung aad factory and rrtilp na blown aa a aymboJ af tta tat Mm m hi mm (by Aaaaataabf TtmPf •COUEDO. now. XX.—woama al toa ate today atatsod IB allent prayar to ' tta Muaeuaa of art In beraer ef tta al- lenclng ef gune la tbe great war twa yeara ago. A*n_tetlee aaatveraury eb- mrvance. were In charg. ef toa aarviee ator tag-ton- Tbe red poppy of "Kland- era IWdi", waa oaea era maay lapala. Tonight there wBl be annl-rersary aaeet- taga and adfluimst at aevaral places la tta ctty. . Z>KaT-* J^K-jS vecA-noif ai. T-Aixisre Lucius auernaey. tram tta federal ird for vocat looal training ta to too and wfU meet aB maa wbo aaa to- stod to ssTsaHiiiial tulatag There- ■ aad Friday evenlnga at -trom ***** ' to eight Color, fc to tta Red Cross head- RECOVER THE RODIES FROM DAMAGER STEAMER (By Amoclafd Prr_e) NBW TORK. Mwt. IT-—Three bodtae were dbacovered ttta mm sins to tta bold ot tta Morgan Une atrmmtolp Jtt- munde oa whloh alae men ware mar- tooely injured yeMerday when on. ef tta vetaat*a toa taaas osa-idcd while Sto was Old ap to tar Hudson rtv—r pte. Tataal reperta from the nauurae laat night tndicatod ttat there had baaa »" loss at Hta. Tbe bo-Hen were r_aoevered earty ta- daw to toe bat—td areaa below ttaeks. EUmundo today Ue. taaahad ea tta eoanmunlpaw ftata neer Bl—. I___L Flr.tlght.ra last night towed tte blaa- Ing ahip out ot tta ssrareatad aacttai at tta harbor. Nana af tta three bodtat sssM ta Meotlfled Morgan llae ofOelala aaM ttay probably ware membara et the ashore work—to ta the freighter when tta .explorioo uuu-uued. \ (Continued oa Page 12) MEMORIAL SERVICES IN OE (Mr Amocl.trrd Prcw) NBW YORK. Kev. 11.—Memorial eer- vio—i ta -aeorea et ehurchea. anvclllng of roonum.nU planting ot tree, ta memory of fallen baroes; dinner, .and patriotic apeeobaa today crowded Haw Tork armlstloe toy program from early morning until tato evening Wtth cele- bratloaa commemorating tta memorable "cease Bring" order, two yeara ago. Tbe ebimt celebration waa planned fur tonight by tbe New Tork county chap- tar of tha Sl—Tlnen Legion In toa sev- atoh regiment mmmy. where Oeneral Qoortm Robert NlveU«, "the hero of Verdun", win be thaaaaatef honor .and deliver aa addreaa. Jtottaty medala wtll be pt .conted te commander, of the 175 ■sals af tta chapter. ftatty Aaaa May O'Csrroll, almost covered wtth beautiful, flaa ait at the Lincoln Prak Conservatory, Chicago. Little Mtaa Anna May will assist during the Bad Cross "Say It with Flowers Waak" 4a the distribution of beautiful flowers to Chicago hospitals and chsrttable Institutions. Throughout toa satire week the uhsstlsg _rflatato of flowers will ha brought lata tbs homes of the pate through UL* Rod Cross. , What's Good and What's Bad In Alliance as Seen Through Eye^OtCoterie In an Earnest Appeal PLEASANTLY LOCATED RUMBLE OE ARTILLERY ' (Mr Aaeeataaad fitp) CHTOAOO. Nov. Ik— With toa ate baB and many biialnaas .aad ata—-po—- ta astabU-—nenta cloaed today ta eeaa- mwnoratlon of th. elnglng af tta graat wnr, armistice day to Chtnaaa waa eb- aar.rad by apecial church aervtcee mrill- tary eeremont-M and entertalruntaat ef wldlnra ta tta boapitala^___t rrtivea o'- dock the -aecond anniversary at tta aarmlattaa, —lent homage to America'. toad aa European tMrta waa pveaaged hya rumble of .artillery from tta lata front. I PLUS Tl SAIL (By* Associated Preaa) WASHINOTON. Na». Mate Colby plana ta aaB tar South oa Ida vtatt to tta sav-rn- of Brazil. Urugaay aad Argern- tlna, betweea November SS raad November tt, b was learned todsy at *t_a state S.|ii i'i steal, The exact aata bae* aot been determ—ned aad -the ptaraenntal at tta party baa aat baan oompletod. Announctaneat will be aataa aSttta a taw daya. Mr. Oolby aald. of tta of tte party. ta relatlvae aad friend, ta thla ate from tta C O. aeranton bam bf, arta waat ta Orlando, Fla, la Oc taObar*. tar tta winter, atated tbat there dUBculty ta getting a taaas la whloh to live and It took Ume weeka to find a location. They are aew ta a Stay bungalow la Winter Park, a suburb ef Orlando, aad tta Mra daaghtara, Mm-y Louise and Alice, are enrolled ln tta Mgb achool. which ta much clooer to toe atand—rd of the looal high stottl tbaa waa- rumitaed, Miaa BHaabath to a .student In the collage of Orlando and ta enjoying her work. A recent card taam tto family atotae toto* aamaatr draaaaa .ara warn an tto time aad no hata or wraps-ar. Tb. Scrantoa*. are enjoy taa ataaats and .grapefruit,, picked off tta trees la ttttr asm barto pard. gEiERAis mm fBy Aaaoclated preaa) OOLTTMBU8, Nov. 11—Columbos veterans af the world war, the Spanish war aad tte civil war parad«*d here today ta eon—nemora—do at tta signing af tta arm—tie. two yeara ago. TM panto tom beM deep Ita unconfirmed rumor, ttat a note bad been left under a Aoor at American Legion headqu—r- tora warning tbe world war veterans not to parade. John C Speaka, tar yeara a major general te tte Ohio national gia-d .aad reoently elected to eoagmaa ttem thla diatriet wta grand r—antral ef tte parade. A taw montha ago one af oar AlUance cltlsen. ta making aa Informal talk before the Chsmbtf Of Commerce on "What It take, to make a Model Town'* laid down tta following outline constating of taa aaaantlal potato. Flrat—ft muat ta well situated as to topoagraphy. Second—It muat have good natural and artificial health conditiona Thlrt—_lt should Ire to tbe region of progress and general growth. Fourrth—It should have good trana- portatlon facilities .team railways, ta* terurbah railways Improved highways, ato. Fifth—Oood environment * (1) Natural beauty. >* <U WhU kept haoat— .and lawna. (I) Parka and |ila>|iwinds <*) AatartoB—mtlon ef foreigner.. tlr Clean, well lighted rjtreeu. (t* Oood municipal government. Sixth—A rich supporting surrounding aagrlculiuralr territory. Seventh—Oeod .market tar. Ms fabricated product— Blghth—Adequate religion, tab ata* national facilities. Ninth—People af Integrity, refinement and culture. Tenth—OM mta af aympatty, middle aged tarm with vtatoa aad wisdom rand tte spirit of co-operation aad young men with anthuai—am, rmergy and ln- tttetlva. Keeping ta mind theee cardinal ea' ssnttala of a model town. Coterie wiah« to .ask "How nearly doee Altlanee measure up to thenrarious -points as .numerated above f" Desire te Excel *>; lt would be eatp natural ttto our groat desire would be to to able to aay ttat ta all totoa elawuenta Alliance can aoore 100 per oaat good, and It is alao .somewhat natural for ua to dwell upon those feature. In which wa feel that, ta a measure, we may excel many ottar afttak ft la a mutt mora pleasing toto to commend tta anod than ttto ita criticize thrrf which ta aot commendable. Fair aad Impartial The organisation respon^ole for thla article wUhe. to be Impartial, fair aad last in wiistaiaslttaajf toy aliim in the way of commendation or crltlciam. The sole aad only purpose of thl. m«a- atga to tha dtlxena of Alliance la to try to datota. aae things as ttay are with tta ead tn view of aToualng an tatorast that wtU reault In battered conditions and of real lid ng more nearly ta tta future our Ideal of a model town. ' ' Taking point No. X, we can well aty that Alllanca 1. moat delightfully .situated, being located upon a rolling em- mlnenca aboat thirteen hundred taet above toa eea. with a general contour unumi,*lly wall adapted aa a alto for a model rity. Wltt reference tot No. t, wt* ahould aaaat our bl<twringe .and give thanks that the natural and artificial health condition, of Alliance na m:cellent u wa find them. Typhoid fever and aaa* France Remembers Defeat Suffered Fifty Years Ago and Doee Honor to Gambetta. (By A—loelatod Preaa) Impressive ceremonies Ware hold ta London gad Paris today, the people of ths French and British nations celebrating tha second anniversary of tta ehr***i*t of ths World War and paying tribute to tha man who sacrificed their lives during tts great struggle. Tha body of an unknown British soldier was hurled ta Westminster Abbey, King George, governmental chiefs aad relatlvea of •w|'"rt*»g soldiers witnessing tha interment. Ia Paris, the body of a French soldier taken from a nameless grata at Verdun, waa laid at rest under the Arc de Triomphe. President Millerand aad three Frmjch marshali^»—Joffre, Foch aad Petaln— stood by tha open grave. King Qsorga unveiled ln White Hall, I-aoadoa. a permanent cenotaph dedicated to "the glorious dead" sad ln Paris the baatt of Oambetta. tta French- .statesman who was virtual dictator during tne troubleous days, succeeding the col. lapse of tha third emplta In 1870 waa deposited in the pantheoit ""£*,*;.-,, ■ Nb National Ceremonies. No ceremonies of a national character were held ta the United State* Wt men who eerved the^jountry during the wsr observed the day, which In soma statea was made a holiday. Ia others Quito ami issued proclamations pointing out the significance ot the occasion. Tho exercises consist- ed, for the most psrt. of jtiffif—r. memorial .services and meetings at which patriotic addresses ware delivered. General Nlvelle, one of ths assa who Company of Men Interested in Movement Discuss Prop*, sition, and Hear Field Sec'y J. J. Squire and Y Secretary Wilson in Instructive aad Enthusiastic Talks— President McMaster and Others Make Earnest Aq- peals—Committee of Fifteen to Be Named Will Act on Project. *-*. More than batt a hundred sf tha co___tta. ahould nominate leaders wtal .representative men of th. ctty amem- should be empowered . to act without bled ln the olty council nh.mhar Wed-waiting tor another meeting was actod nesday evening to consider tte T. M. upon letai- Id the evening. C A. proportion, guktad la their -tool- Coma unity Work, —on by th. report of tto community T .Secretary Wllsoa, af Masslllon. was which la co. of __sslllon'a hte aweta then Introduced .and te .gave a sood' ttem a moral .ttandpoint sad not aootlin. of th. community work being liability financially. _____ done te MaatWlnrn and hla talk waa a The aaleotlon of W. BL Tramp as straight, clear explanation ot work ta temporary chairman aad —. I* BAndy hla own Unitary. The SBOOess of a! :. aa temporary secretory was aaato sad community T. M. C. A. was shown to th. chairman accepted tte duty tracer-be rmmplita laaofar as oar neighboring - fully by telling ot the atartlng of tta olty Maa ooncerned. Question, were proposition st A gatheriag of the Rot- tS*hT* and answered srnd men who wer* -., ._*y club aad tta following m. at tte axperieace la previous efforts of the! suggestion by th. appointment Of a elty ef Alliance to .secure a Y. M. C. A. committee after oonaultatlon with oth- told at their experiences and discour- era. Tta committee carried tete execu- sg.rn.nt.. Every .maa preaent araa ln| tlon tha woak outlined for tt and th. accord wltb th. motion made by li B. coming sf tta Y. M. C A mea teat silver ttat It was the sense of the mea! Columbua and MasaiUoa waa tta out- pi a.aat ttto a community Y. M. C. A.i aome. Mr. J. J. Squlrara, atata field should be organized on a two years' MM . H secretary of Columbus, waa ttaa Intro- sU. Remarks were oalled tar again and, duced ,aiid gav. to tha maa a -aaatt ta*t developed ttat the budget to carry heart tato showing tbp .application of forward thla proposition should be from; tto work sf tba Y to -the need, of tta (7,000 to »10,000 per annum, the _Uary- various other orgajrHxation. raad th. „f two sai n I.ilea being reduced by thai community. Leaderohlp Is tta *"*'"asslrrtann. af Mr. Bandy, college T . thing, .and while a baildlng would be aaaeretary, providing. Bin truatoes of, thai _ine thing to havett doea not ef ne- poUet*'agreed to 4*\ BropoaitloBSto oewity need ba tte tlnrt work of th. permit Trim the tlteC^rMcn would not organization. A eoraraunity Y. PL C. A -interfere with hia coUege contract- tali ea atop of thla part at tte bu.lnma Memberahlp Fees. attar Its work haa baaa thoroughly ea- Explaining tta membership teem, tabll,-ied. Pereor—_ty te lastershlp J-aatt vlaltlnp T ararkw. .tated that tba tt* ateangt—t raauialto taeacc-——, Tte memberahip fee was test what a maa plan of work for tbe community Y ajar- boy oould pay, tte .same privilegai .started In meetings aaeh to were held given to an. There are two member- Wednesday evening, .and the attoggvation ships, .active aad social, the former rep* ■ ..toto B nominating committee .should ta appointed and toto. this nominating (Continued tm Psge 11). (Continued aa Page It.) MACCABEES MEET IN CITY BF TOLEDO B HYLAN TB TESTIFY BEFORE COMMITTEE CBy Arraeetated Preas) NBW TOBK Nov. IL—Mayor Hytan waa to teetlfy before tte Joint legist.- TOLBDO. Nov. IL—Toledo ta tta of tta Maeeabeea ot northern Oblo when delegations will be present from forty lodges of Toledo aad nearby ,„ towns, to a II nam tta Initiation of thai*** cc""1**— when It resumed ^bear- Toledo Trooptara claa. orf 150 candidate. | Ing. tot—ry -as She alleged "bonding tar -toemberahlp, repreeentlng tta Bf-i trust", .after a rseam of a waak. Al- teen wbordinate tenta of the order in though te made ao direct * ar_war to ""■•JL -**T- ' I tta Invitation aaat by Samuel Ontermy- Many rraprem. and atate il-ii ra. win er. chief ormncfl of tte committee.,■ w be here including Stat. Commander D. waa Indicted et toe elty ball that ato P. Mar-key ef JD-atrolt: Oreat Command-1 mayor probably would accpt. .ra Volk of New Terk, Thompson af Ito. DnternMyer aaked him to bring Michigan. Blaney af PannaylTanla.' any raeorda of correspondence or other 8awt.ll ef Tex... Haa. ef Minnesota.; dealing, wtth Robert Brlndelland John .aad Young of Ohio. Ottar gueata will Include Senator Culbert of Freanont, Oraat Bucord ITaSapsr Oeorge H. beatt, to Toledo, Great Medical Examiner Chtdeetor of M_stare. Watrict Manager Biggs ef Cleveland, and State Deputy Glynn of Detroit. T. Bettrtek, whoee nam—1 baaa figured prominently te fon_er aeeatoaa ot too. committee Numerous wttaeaMe have atr-ptact—celly charged that Brindell, wbo la preatd.nl of tta building trade, council, bae .received larga «um» from oon- tractera aad lalmr awn te "graft", at- NOTICE WILL CLOSE CIDER MILL AT NORTH OCORQETOWN NOV. ttth. a. h. oreenei8en. jtmS. tcrtta by btaa. Hettrick la tta originator ef a system or "cod. of practice" .among bidding contractor, wblch to raid REVIEW to tave resulted In tte vfartaal cUmina~ —-NOTICE— . MEMBERS OP -BLAINE No. 2tt ARE REQUESTED TO MEET 1 tion of competitive bidding. AT TM! HOME OF MR*. NELLIE ■lIHtr- *** 9. SUMMIT ST. THM EVENINO AT 7:00 P. M. TO QO TO THE BEREAVED HOME OT OUR LATE SISTER, MRS. JOHN MOLT, WHERE THE RITUALISTIC SER. VICES WILL BE HELD. ItJkMMr BELLE NICHOLS. COM. D. M. WHETSTONE OF CINCINNATI CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC I OYSTERS! FISH! We have plenty 'of all klada. MARKET MOUSE FISH STAND. WANTED—QIRL OR WOMAN TO *ua WILL GIVE PRIVATE VIOLIN LES-fHELP WITH HOU8E WORK. IN- fSOUe BY APPOINTMENT. O. S. S7M.IquiRE IS OOa AROH. O. 4. 41*7. DR. WILSON, SPECIALIST, WHO HAS HAD OFFICES OVER SHEM'S WALL PAPER STORE. HAS MOVED TO LEXINQTON HOTEL. HE WILL MEET ALL HIS FORMER PA TIENTS EACH FRIDAY FROM 1:00 P. M. TO 8:00 P. M. OR. WILSON TREATS ALL CURABLE DISEASES OF MEN AND WOMEN. (Continued on Page* 12) STRICKEN CITY GflDWS HOPEFUL THAT SGQURGE ■HiJOOl MUTE 8ALKM, Nov. H.—Mayor John Foot said this morning that tha status of ths ttfblM epidemic te Salem Is encouraging. Tito* ara *H|Sd( now eases and no deaths reported today. w_*_ From another tonrce me glean the following which la reliable: * Four phyaiclana ot tho State boart en- tolall IB taaalraag g BSSlSSff Jllf 1IIJ Of tha etty. reported today they had vialtod 214 af tta most recent reported estss sad were con vlnced that the moat of thesa contracted tta Infection prior to October 20, snd were of tha opinion haissltsj there wUl ha caaea trom .secondary \ause*. Jut sach Balsas where fever patients were found a Warming card wss plsc- sd upon ths door: "Typhoid fever with—1. Do aot enter except ta cases of emergency." All T*ftril*lf"' ** ta tha elty hss been ordered psstsntlssd. ▲ SMM amount Of chloride ot lime hss been ordered for disinfecting purpoaaa. Two Bed Cross nurse, from Cleveiaad one from Da*a,'oa arrived tt^B morning sad were placed oa duty. There is now an ample supply ot nurses. Tha numbar of caaea reported found to- have existed la tha city since tta flrst appearance at tba epidemic sa recorded by tta survey is 473, and thla CO toto about throe-fourths of th* city. N um ber of deaths reported caused by the fever Is eigbL The number of new esses raportsd to tka test twenty-four hours show a reduced touahsr aad will be given out ta figarea Friday. Tta state sad federal phyaiclana la charge af tta condition here*, and ta makin g ' ato survey state that there ia reason tor encouragement as they believe they hsvs tha epidemic under eorftroL ARTISTS SHE PLEA5IN6 RECITAL IT METHODIST CHURCH UST EVENINO LONE DISTANCE CALLS . Communication waa eaS—Mlrmed between Alllanet -and Loa A—gaUe, Oal. Wednesday rooming to less ttta half aa bodr. The feat was sccotmallsl-ed over tbe Bell long distance telephone Hnes. Oae osB waa plaoad at It:St A. aT-toTito Si'll'l'. and rau*ted Alliance to 1*:27. Tb. second was placed at Uttl and aaato through la W minutes. —FULTON FRUIT MARKET- WINTER PEARS SL45 PER BUSHEL. MONGOES Ha DOZEN, v FOR COAL CALL tb C B E LL .414,0. 9. ttbtuZ &_ BORTON. Tha flrst ef tha two recitals tot SB under tta auspices Sf tha Alllaaee and Luc? Hayes Unions, W. C. T. U., waa given at tts First Methodist Episcopal church Wedneaday evea- ing. Tha auditorium at tha church was comfortably filled, tbe audience expressing ttt' appreciation wttb ma- thuslastlc applause. Young girls at the church acted to ushers. Miss Sonya Medvedleff, whose appearance waa annasBoadi wss unable to sing taat night owing to aa attest at lsryngltls. Miss Bnrich- etta Onelll, soprano, acted aa hsr sub- itltutJa. MIm Onelll has a voice of unusual hsaaty aad clarity. Tha substitution ot artiste nsceesltated a change ot program sad Miaa Onelll gave a number of beautiful selections Bot the Mast of which was " My Mo ther Bids Me Bind My Hair," by Haydn. The Arta aras especially brilliant bringing oat tha volume and nam of (hsr voice ta psrftotloa. Mite Onelll has a pleasing ptisuaSBty, sweet sad onaffaocted which sdded maeh to tta enjoyment of 404 bearers. Philip Ssvaata, the harpist af tha evening, te aot a stranger to masleal publle of Ollltiuis. hatlai played hare twa years aaa as ssslsting artist with Edwin Swain. Ba was enthustaatlc- ally greeted aad Us nnmhara af tta program Were all excellently given, tta "Ballads" by Oodefrold sad Schubert's "Impromptu" being especially pleasing. Hs slso played Mae- JDowell's ever popular "To A Wild Baas,** to the dsilsht at tho sudlence. The tMrd artist of ths program I>e Cronlcan, planieL gave a splendid Interpretation ot Chopin's difficult music Ha played ths "tth Ballade," "2nd Impromptu" aad tha "Polonalaa te a A FlaL" Tho yoang mask-tea shows a skill af technlqne tad srtlstry which only Chopin saa bring. His rendition af tta Polonaise was SB unusual treat ta music- lovers. Ho also fulfilled tha difficult rota of accompanist for the othar members Of tha. company. ' Tha aame artitts will give a eeo- aad recital with sn entirely different program at the First Methodist Episcopal church this evening at T: IS. . COLD STAR MOTHERS OJy Aaaoclated Brass) HAMILTON, 0- Not. IL—Forty tola star mothers will tide this afternoon in the .greatest armistice day parade that haa ever baaa organised ta ttta -etty. A continuous program Mart teg at 11 a. m, featured by tba T*t»^g of 6,000 school children hss tarn arranged. ?*$&&) Befley*e Dancing School High School clasa aad dance Friday night. Thayer's Orchestra. Jtf'•' R^T7 *q t dPECIAL BAROAIN—A MODERN FOR SHOE REPAIRING t ROOM HOUSE FOR SALE ON telephone to Sogers. We call for and VERY EASY TERMS. SIMILAR TO deliver. No extra charge. O. 8. 477», RENT. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. mm\mttyiTa\WL\ |CAU. a 8. 3242 44 OKU. 71, EX-SOLDIERS RECEIVE WARNING NOT TO TAKE PART INJOOirS PARADE (By Aaaoclated Preaa) COLUMBUS, Nov. 11.—Depart, ment ' at Justice operatives today were attempting to find a mlaa to tha person or persons who last night Uft a aote under a door at Americaa Legion headquarters here warning gl nlrfllers not to participate ln today's armistice day parade. Tha aato read:— "Don't try to pet amy with that parade. Wa wsllsd one. WsU send yra war lovers te hell." Members ot local posts of tb. Amorteaa Lestoa said tta aato would not Interfere with their participation IB today's parade. However, police and federal agents were oaa cloas lookout tor developments. Veterans af three mat.' the World Wsr, tts Spanish American War and the Civil War—planned to inarch ta tha panda. MANY SCHOOL CHILDREN OBSERVE ARMISTICE DAT fMr AtMct.ted JPr.«») CINCINNATI. Mta. II.—-Bitty thousand achool children In Cincinnati ato aerved Armistice Day by riiaring at thta *Nt(l en tte stroke ot eleven today and atood ta rrjllence tor oae minute. Throughout Cincinnati and ottar pasta of Hamilton county, thousands ef ettara paused ta their task., bared thetr heads aad observed a minute of allent devotion. tAfpmi.tlo te which more ttaa BOOO pereons. Including ex-service men. nursea, wbe served during tte war aad mothers af Democracy, will be ta line. wm he beld tonigbL ASKS ADMISSION (By Amoclated Preas) VIENNA, Nov. it.—Austria, after .wnindlng th. entente powers with regard to h«r aeceptlbillty ba. aaked admin—on te tta league of nations, ae*, cording to th. .newspapers har.. Preaident JMottea ef tbe 8 wise federation, tta article, atate, aaked Sir Brie Drum- mond, general secretary at the league, wtth regard to tte queatton abtthi" aa application to Austria would be accept-. aato and Sir Brie replied te tta af Or- ——tlve. VETERANS SPEAK (By Imattsttt Pres.) CLEVELAND, Nov. tti—Cleveland otrcccrad Armistice Day today Willi hundreds ef reunlona of benkiea, daacea, sstnk 11 s aad a anake dance down Euclid avenue. Tba meaning of tta dsy was told In publio aad parochial achools te addr<*Me try IM uniformed veterans ot the .great war. j WILL BE IN MY OFFICE TO*|| NIOHT •:30 TO S: O'CLOCK. JNO. W.ROSE.
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1920-11-11|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||November 11, 1920|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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VOL. XXXHL, Na 116.
ALLIANCE, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER ft, ***».
THREE CENTS—DELIVERED lSc A WEEK.
CELEBRATE ARMISTICE NT
BY DISTRIBUTION OF NEARLY
I 2,000 MEDALS AHD LITTERS
Awards Given to Navy and Marines fer Particular Valorous or Distinguished Performance of Duty During
the World War, aad Upon Signal by Radio and Telegraph From Secretary Daniels' Office the Honors
Were Distributed With Appropriate Ceremonies.
tMt Aaaoe—t*A Pr**.)
WASHINGTON, Nov. 11.—Tb. aee-
avsA annlveroary et the rd-pilng art tba
arm—ties waa eelebratawl In tta navy
and marina corpe today by tha rUstri-
butkm ot nearly 2,000 medal, and let-
Mtm at commendation tor particularly
valorous CT dlatln.g_artj«l performance
af duty tatartaa tta world war. Tb.
medal, aad letter, awarded tad been
li. .aIds< In commanding officer, la sll
parts sf tta world sod upon signal by
radio aad telegraph tartar from Becre-
tary Daniel', office bare the honor,
distributed with appropriate SMS
Th. aactloa n—rkt— tbm fJtaal phase of
tta controversy ovar naval rltoeration.
ttat resulted ln a congressional InVee-
tlaatlon last winter alter Rear Admli-al
W. 8. 81m. had .refuaed to accept th.