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*mm: WS>f ,g..j.,y*'*'..*. . - ; ■■-... With eech day BHnglraj Obrtatma* a Mttto nearer, the tlm* for Chilstwi** gift buying become* tlmrlrelljlitt aj Waraleeiiisiita Hi the Rataste will toll Jfou where to buy feaat and most eeorv gmicaly. j_y T« LLIAM EEVM _m 38Kat and uflanrR ,-\^__f______i___; jjpJKI ■ . , Pa seat th* aaew make yoa think that Chrtotma* ta almoat here end very tow ef year gift* ara «* yet pur- chaaedf Th* *dv*rtl«*merrt« In tha Review carry a number at Interesting auini»*tta*W VOL. XXXHL, NO. 120. TWELVE PAGES, ALLIANCE, OHIO, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1920. THREE CENTS-DELIVERED 15c A WEEK. INTEREST GROWS IN RED CROSS CITY PLANKING ORDINANCE IND LIQUOR RESULATION Fi Legislation Looking to the City's Interests From Every •y % Possible Angle Enacted by Ctty Council—Ordinance Defining Soft Drink Parlors and License Imposed Placed Upon Statute Upoks of City — Many Other Matter* of Import Given Consideration During the , Session. laat tb* elty- tatar**ta shall be pi ul wnwl from every possible aaad*. 'th* civic -Tights ef citizens b* .recognised had th* moral ton* be uplifted wru the -thought most before th* council at tlie Monday nig—t sjsstlng, aa indicated la tga. passage of the tare ordlnanoe* which hay* been under discussion In side ang outald* th* councUmanic body alnce their Introduction. The city planning ordinance was featured bee—uae th* work of city planning aad uon ing fkpS h*'n uppermost tor weeks and the outcome of th* council-citizens meeting waa evident la the passage unanimously of tbla ordinance. t_t liquor regulation ordinance, covering th* fine* and penaltlo* et workhouaa sen tence* had been much <gta*aa**d and Ito passage *o carefully worked oat by th* oouncll tog* .another piece of laglala- tlon which had been thoroughly aired. The ordlnaMa to define Juat what ta considered aa a aatt drink* parlor aad th* lioenae Imposed was .another Important feature of the legi*latlTe acta, making th* result* ef the meeting one thit count* tto much. With all member* of th* elty council. tta mayor, solicitor, oltr eaglneer, safety director and chief of th* Sto de- partmeht preaent th* regular meeting of th* council waa held. Several vl*l- tor* w«re present. *■ Heading of th* minute* of the taat meet—ig waa *u*pend*d by motion. A communication from -th* realdenta of Ohio *ti—U signed by Carl & Har rold aad seven other property ownar* wm rwd, and requested tae eaiiiiiill to have the Btreet *cr*ped or levelled and made aaf* tor travel. By laolloa the matter waa ref-aned to the streets and a rial a committee attd the engineer tor action .and the communication filed. Complete Repair*. The eltg ens—-eer made report by condition in TO PAY SAURIES OF TEICHEBS Report of Superintendent Shows Total Enrollment - ef 4360 Scholars BOARD RESTORES MANUAL TRAINING Contract for Erection of Auditorium Approved by the Baud. fhe etty hoard ef education held their regular semi-monthly meeting in th* basement of the library Monday evening. In the absence of president Wag Donaldson, vice president, Mabel Hart- aaU called th* board to order. Tito minute* a* read of the tore previous meeting*!-? were approved as read. Under the head of coiiHUBali at lone waa read the' Ubaarlan* report, which waa ordered plaoed on ffl*. The book gat aa* .submitted gg fhe librarian waa approved hot ao money to purchase the same wa* reported available. I ' lhe teachers pay roll of lfl,7«0.tt; officers aag Janitor* salaries 11,118.00; Librarians salaries of |100 and the teacher* pension fund of 1430.41 were .submitted, by Clerk M. M. * Mansfield who suggested tMt before the board paas oa tte* question ol the payment of MOUNTS GOAL UNI DEFENSE - Graham la shown stopping a Oaa* play near the gaat Una. Mount showed the tame atone stall defense against Miami. Three tlm** th* purple wa* up rfn'Tft tb* coal Baa. Mount's offense waa beautiful aaA effective. Cabinet Resigns and Former Creek Premier Rhallis Asked |f to Reorganize Government calling attention to the condition in j these claims Monday to pay th* same which th* Watk was completed on the muBt be provided. A motion then pte- d—— aad wMk tte solicitor deaired that vall*d ttat tte Clerk of tte board be authority be given by tt* oouncll «o[ instructed to lasue a certificate of in- tbat proceeding* oould be started debtednesa fbr tlt.000 with which to against tt* contractor ttr failure to comply Wttb tt* term* of th* contract In the aa* of material and workman- •hip, daalring first, however, to meet with sad confer wltt the contractor aag (Continued oa Page 9) * SLUM MIKES SWEEPING CHEES AGAINST THE 11101AFFAIBS BOAHD '(By Associated Prrmtty* BT. LOUIS. Mov. It Bweeplng critl- r_ro of tte administration of tte office of Indian affairs, and char**** thet Indiana hav* been aubjected to varloua abuse* including unlawful seizure and leasing of -IRUgailr hy agents Oaf th* government, were made by Thomas I* Sloan of Washington D. C president ot th* society of American Indiana in hla report at tta opening *»**lon of th* ninth .annual conference ot fg> organ- taatlon her* today- Th* report alae charged that togtalattoa ta tt* Interest of the rac* WW block*d in tt* last sea- ,*ton of congren* by the office of th* eommlae—-nor of Indian affairs. It la advised that aa tta wrongs whloh have b**n Inflicted hy the present admlnlatratlon of Indian affair* will he t-Mrmlnat-ed on th* fourth day et March. IUl. that we do aat attempt te ■ao—re aay relief from them bat watt until w* hav* a new admlntetratlon to whloh wa may mak* further ooniplalnt" to* -report atat**. • Land bdongtna to Crew Indian* ta Mont*—a baa bean leased by tta new ••ration aapertnt*nd*nt to a farming corporation, th* report oharge*. aad ttat et the Fort Belknap Indian* -given to Uw aag of a cattle oompany". All of ttla toad wa* owned by le- •Wmmm, tb* report explain* ana much «H PETERS TALKS TO mm MEMBEBS —__tt B. H. Peter* addressed taa of th* Hl-T Clab Monitor eve- p4ps aat ata talk 'baa aaaal chiefly em High .School Ufe-. ttaa ill Peter* ached a i—itar -of High aohool tn the middle waat aad ta thoroughly ttaUttar wttb High achool problem*. Bta talk araa graatly appreciated by thw bop*. Baali were made ttr tka -rartoaa aammlttoe* aaed tt waa •toa reported tbat aear too ticket* wgta aald by tta meatbers af tta clab tor tte ttntW game laat Satarday. •xi* otob alae bag libera,* of tba Bad Crasa Tr—r-'f" tbat bla being coa- ducted ta the High achool ttta weak. Ia oonnectioa wttb their other wotb tba ahtt to aadertaktag ta arrange to gave a detagatlaa ge to Itt Vernoa tt attaad tba llWaaaa Ml Vernoa football game ThaBkaglvlng. -U mwunoi wttb preeahta aaew ta* I Wedaesdeg. Ket maeh tomparatate. At M a. m. ttOmi towmaa-a IE At aa* **eteek p. au ha- tt; por Roriu-Two modern fur- NlbHKD ROOM* WITH RATH. IM MT. UNION. IDEAL POR TEACH ERR OR COUPLE. IMMEWATS POSSESSION. ADDRESS BOX B, f!SW OFFICE. ED—BOY TO WORK AFTER JER-ANO ON- SATURDAYS. «. s. tsta, beu. tt. -. HEROIC ACTION OF DOG SAVES UFE 8F WOMAN ATTACKED BT BOBBERS Tbe heroic action af a dog saved tta Ufa ot Mra Daa LesseAea, 1418 East Broadway Monday night. Oa Saturday nigh t Lsssepes wbe ls a foreman oa the Pennsylvania waa bald up by tljree negroes on East Broadway and robbed af $10. Monday night Mra. Lessepea waa alone at the home Between 8 and 9 o'clock she beard a knock at the door. Thinking It waa. bar husband aba aptasd the dear. Three ifiM'Hftd men .grabbed her aad ■lailad to search bar clothes. Garnet tba mea atartad to choke her. Mra. Ldaaagaa atrugglad frantically but wad being choked ttta uaooasciousneas whea bar pet dag came to tha rescue lba Sap, which ta aart English hall dog attacked the three robber* furiously. So savage waa Itt attach that tta mea were driven treat the house tta dog following on Iheir heels. Mra. Le*sep*e raahed from tba house and screamed ttr help, tbe robber* Bred a abet at tte dog bat mlaa arl him. A cell for police waa aeat In. Chief of Police Joba BUlott answered tba alarm' him —If, He found Mra, Laseepes aaatod ta a chair wltb th* dag ataiidttg gaard IB fMBt of bar. "Ha eaved my life," tba aald. Mra. Lrm»|ge*' throat mm bruised bet ahe waa aot seriously In- Jaied. RED CROSSJMMACE SAEE > insane attics hold maay vatoable aad naafal article*. Tba Red Crow prsaahas tae gospel af thrift, there- tore baa planned a rummage rally. Headgear-tare at tb* Roller Rad Croaa Baiaiaaga Booth ln th* publlc square where nrajttlag d—carded ta year homea, which anyone alae .might aaa, •ein ba cdtared ttr aala. areottd* go- tag to tbe Red Cro**. Send aaythlng *f*g" oaa wi iaunedlalely. ISSUE SIMM WARNING CBy Aaeoelatad JPt**a> NJgW TORK; Nee. IL—The weetbrar taa ate tape, tatty based th* to—owing eUe1—* warnings— "Norrth-_t atorm warning tttt a. bl. Oa»e Mar N. 3. to Baat Part -tain*. Sonthern Btoraa teoeataag repUHy la Intatnatty and ntoving northward. X3ea- agerou* ttr a ttAlWKD jjji_ Tborou-sh -arcperleaeed tody clerk between M aad tf year* of age. for a woman waa can llll aar taquiraaaaatt we will gag 120.00 g weak. Uaelee* to apply aateaa yoa have'had fber- aagb recent e-perieaea. Inquire at* Mf. PUna. Flory* Btore No. M. Ill Beat Mala Street. QIRL* WANTED FOR LIOHT work; good msMtn. OEM- CLAY FORM-NO CO, SEBRINO* OHIO. DONT FAIL tm SUBSCRIBE TO THE ARTI8T COURSE. KiR? pay the claims raad. Tbta making tb* ■•curing of the aaonay assured a motion carried to Pay the aalarta* named together with the pension fund wa* adopted. Of ottar 111*llll* ordered paid w.*a two to o; W. Ault, one for 1600.40 and th* ottar 11,040.70 a* estimate* on work at the high rrchool additions. Jatthkes Report. School physician Dr. Earl Mussleman med* a abort report for Octoher stating he had made inrjulry of denttato-to get an tol'i < aslnil of their charges for dental work for tta .schools and had found that about 116 par day would. be the minimum charge for such werk. He suaggestod that weighing aoal** ahd measuring sticks would be a much appreciated acquisition to eaeh achool budding. This matter received favor- able consideration by tte board and the rtfaWfc was ordpred to eecure prle-ea on aueh, one, fcet tor ^ach school building aad report at tta aaat meeting. Superintendents Report. Superintendent B. JF. Stanton, reported total enrollment ,4840 of which 21(1 are boys and 219T .jrlrls. The per oeat of *ttanfa.nnt being boye 07.7; glria 97.t. Number of aaa resident pupils Itl. Th* resignation of Francis S. Greenberger *s teacher ef domestic rrclence waa rona and hy motion this was accepted, fbe aame of Mtaa Sweeter aa ber .successor waa suggentaed bf Xb. Stanton at a ■alary of 11760 per year. Ml** Sprec- t.*r waa selected for the peel tlon ead ah*, will begin har work Wednesday morning, B*ltain Mean—I Tratatog. JMtt. Rtantog made a .strong appeal for th* restoring of manual training to tta high rrcbool whlob WB8 abandoned dur- tag th* war. Tbta wa* favored by 4b*) board and tta Rupaalnluii—mt waa requested to secure * teacher tor the manual tratatog department. Architect BeporU. ArahttNt Sweeney ef Columbua wea preaent and rmbmlttod th* recently re- pertad eontracto Wttb Krata* Son tor werk on uaaau attlua ot tte auditorium whloh war* approved by the board. RFttRA.jidJbltU.KBS QtnCE FI-ORT TO KSBP PJiGAGRMBHT (By Aaaoclated Pren) ATHENS, ttf_ fjtt PT'errriler Venl- se lo'* cabinet realign od early today aad Admiral Coundourlotla, th* regent of Greece, haa atat' for Oeorgt Khalli* te whom, lt ia expected ,will be entrusted the formation of a new ministry. The complete victory ef *the .opposition aeemed almost eer-—Jn teat night, although flaal results were atlll lacking. Evan leaden ot the elements oppoaed to premier Venlselo* ta ttt election bald on Sunday were swrpr—*d try the showing tb*lr candidate* bad made In Macedonia aad Attaca. S^wfc; It la aaid M. Venlzelo* wfll leave tba country, aad he haa advised Liberal* to ' abide by ure verdict of Sto people. Itometrio* Gounaris, leader of th* op- poeltloa haa declared the foreign policy of Greece wtll not be changed. Zil—aat return* from the election gave the supporters of M. Venlselo* 118 deputies asafnat SM loyalists. M. Ven- lzelos .aad all but two ef bia ministers were beaten. Nana of th* Venlaeloa candidate* Wwe elected,in Greece and Macedonia, with the exception of Bplr- ag aad toe Aegean Islands. Two pernor— ware killed by shots fired fierrn houses facing the foreign office yeater- day. It waa declared that reactionary elements war* respomrlble for tti* firing. Armed police rushed to th* scene and a lively fusillade resulted. Further trouble waa feared laat night. To form Mta Chblnet. ■ <8y Awoutatod Freasj IXJNDON, Nov. It.—George RhalUa, former Greek premier and minister of finance, ha* been asked by the-regent te tornI a cabinet succeeding that of M. Venlzelo* which resigned ttto morning, say* a Router* dispatch from Parla The Bourse at Athens haa beea closed becauM of the fear of a panic, It la aald. ■ j-r-^feg; &*•*«£*? Fagbrerwat Sarprris* (By Aaaoclated Pren) PARIS, Nov. Ig—Reports that Premier Vented* of Greece met defeat tt the electlo bald aa Sunday came aa an unpleasant aurprlae to Parla. Newspapers here, -gree that England and probably Fraaoa, wtt forbid -Bag, tot—ra of fanner —tog Constantte* to Greece. Hope I* expressed by "Pertlnax**•; political editor of th* 'Rheo De Parla, that even a compromise placing Prince George, the .Eldest *on of Constantino, on th* ttlliag Wll net be sanctioned by tb* entent*. Morrt writer* fear the result of the alar it Ion If R tilings about the fall of Venlaeloe, arfll sUU ttrthar complicate the already difficult .situation lit tb* near east With the defeat ef Premier Venlzelo* regarded by th* French Forelagn attttr B ™f WORKERS RECEIVE HEARTY 01-ni U^ RECEPTION AS THET PUSH Westeni Union Telegraph CompRny Refuses to I_Rn- dle Cable Messages. DEMAND DEPARTMENT PAT THE TOLLS Company-"Bases Its Action on Delay in Payment of Cable Messages. 9)9*.- (Continued on Page #.) ANNUAL CONVENTION OF FARMERS' NATIONAL (By Associated Press) COLUMBUS, Not. It.—The fortieth annual conventlon of the Farmers National congress opens hare today to continue through Frirlay. Delegates were arriving early .and a full attendance la expected. At one of three ee*. aleaa to be held today, President O. G. Smith of Kearney, Neb., will present Ilia annual report ruid thra* Columbus Ad one other Ohio aaaa will .speak. Predicting a memtwrahip of 100,000 Murray D. Uneoln. .secretary of th* BOILINGS PEOPLE HEAR ENTHUSIASTIC TALKS BY I HEADS OE BEPABTMENTS Interesting speeches and colored lantern slides, featured th* meeting ef tte R. lm Dolling* Company for ite customer* aad frlenda, held today at tha K. of P. ha—. About Itt person* attended the luncheon, which was .served at noon, .and stayed for the meeting which followed. The opening talk was given by Hrurry G. Hull, Manager Alliance Territory tor th* K. JL. BoUlng* Co., who gave the addrea* of welcome. The meeting waa .then turned ov*r to O*org* C. Benham of Otatotand aad manager of the Cleve- Ohlo farm bureau federation, _ and \Bna District, of which th* Alllanc* tor- George K. Scott. Secretary jot the Ohio Grange, will glaa addresses. John A. gherley, manager ef the eastern states league, Springfield, Maaa., and W. T. Callander, federal crop reporter, will alao *pea— duartng tt* day. Tonight et the University armory, slz bundled term gtva and tana g-ta w_f meet the del- esatea aad Data Alfred Vivian of th* college cf agrtanlture will apeak. Mtaa Cyrena Tea —ardon. noted rdnger. photographed upon her arrival at Chicago after a hurried air flight frees Detroit. Mta* Van Gordon had aa important engaxement ta Chicago at aeon. At t a. m, she wae still te Detrott, and It agparently aag laiiinaa tble to leech Chicago to time tor th* appointment. But Toy t:to sh* had d_need an avtaterr*** helmet and wa* an - A.'war. Th* Man* raaahid Chicago at lt:M and *_mt to the place of appointment and MgH V*a Gordon waa on •RT THR -HARIT. MMT THR BOS. BeB MR-IT, FOR SHOE REPAIRING telephone to Segal's. We OM tor .aai deliver. Ma tgtttm charge. 0.3. tttt. IISCHAHGE FROM AfiMT AIR SERVICE (Br Associated Preaa) DATTON, Mo*r. ldv—Oaptoln R. W. Schroeder. holder of tt* world'a ah*- plan* altltnrto rtasord. and tt* only man •The gear MD flv* mile* aad Mytg.to ten the Mg wea honorably discharged Beat tt* army air *r_vlc* at McCook Meld here yesterday, R became known today. ?.__W*tj_*f- ?_j* He will return to hta hon«e to Chlcaao where be tHB re-enter, bnelnesa. attar having rawrved four year* in tha a—BV. Early tta* year h* brok* th* slngl* aaan altltud* .raoard by gaining a height of nearly tt* mild*, when hta oxygen supply SHtt out. Hta plane tM almost five -die* befor* he gained cononiou*- nee aad HOB tared control, '.glfet \Captain Schroeder recently represented tb* United State* la the Oordon Bennett cup rac* in Itlt. NOTICE HUNTERS 1 Wanted rahWta. Win bay aB yoa get. MARKET HOUSE flSH STAHD. HEAR OLIVE KLINE NOV. 22, AL- LEN MeQUHAE, TENOR. gER. 7, AND NEW YORK CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY, MAR. ft. REASON TICK- ETS «-Ba MAIL ORDERS FILLED AT OFFICE pP FIRST M. R^ CHURCH. . ■■^^atXrtW- rltory ta a part. An Interesting speech waa made by G. C. Baxl«-y. A ahort addreaa waa delivered by Murray Avery of Columbu* sales extension manager of Vk* R. t* Dolling* Co. Th* gueata *a*ita. gi—-Uf lnt*r**t*d in th* pttitui— thrown en th* acreen depleting the to vartaua Industrie* financed by The JDoUlngs Co, .and the aplendld talk given by Renwtck W. Dunlap. flrat vloe-prealdent .and geuai al'mani 'manager tt tte Raethern Cattle NOTICE CHEVROLET OWNERS! ON AND AFTER NOV. 1*fch PARTE STOCK ROOM -CLOSES AT IF. «. HAINES MOTOR CO* CHEVROLET SERVICE. g^y ONE CARLOAD OF RED EMPRESS FANCY TASLE CRAPES. SPECIAL PRICE, a S. 21SR dOHM KOROSY * Ion. jsPPS.! .^m SEASON TICKETS TO MTIST COURSE 9i-o0. ON 8ALE fST CAR. Feeding Oa. ef Green Cove Springs, Fla. Mf, Dunlap Who aerved a tarm In th* Ohio Hanatt and waa Dairy aad Food Commissioner of Ohio from ltOT to ltll, dwelt *t aeeaa length on tta' •otlvttle* et tba Southern Cattle Feed- tag Oti*. and the North Carolina Farma, <—no—i«r ftanini*** flaanclng. The meeting waa held tor tta gar- pee* ot p«i ml'Una tt* cr_rtomera .and Rtanda ef th* R. U Dolllnga Oa. te thta .eaction to meat aad hear aom* ot th* official* of th* compasny' and to learn .about tta financing af tta varied Industrie*. Owing to a maetlng of th* Columbua Board of Education. PTed D. OonnoHey, vfoe-prestdent of The R. L Dolling* Oa. who to alao president of thi* boerd, area unabl* to be pre—nL TNRFJfljfSALS far Aaaoclated Presl OOWwrANTINOPI-t, NOT. IC—Tb* Frendt. admiral of the Bladt Sea tore** ■ent a elide— to the thgrdwiltl attar the evacuation of Setoastopot by Oeneral Wrangel's **"j*g^ ftr*l*^**tirt[ reprisal* If th* town wer* looted or the population molested. A panto la reported to hav* oet lined at Talta daring tta ere- aaattaa .and rem_rk__• aearne* to hav* been wttnaand te Seta—topot .aaa JffVo- Th* aecond Red Croaa day told tha atory of successful effort, the worgara are getting goodly resulU, the campaign ia on, aad Alliaaoe Red Creaa will raise itt quota. Word* et grata* cannot repay the service af theae willing workera who leave their own comfortable homes to labor for other* aad many times to meet with rebuff* frota peieona who ahould know bttlai .aad who - should help larttad of hinder. There are no .hindrances .ta tba reel worker Whose heart ta In tka work, thare is nothing that wttl aot yield.. The noon -day meetings hara grown nearly to full seating capacity. They came tt troop*, squads aad whole platoons, tha Rotary and Klwanla adding their weight of reinforcement Promptly at twelve there wag tha allent moment aa Dr. W. H. McMaster Invoked the Divine Blettlgg. Again the ladles of the U. B. church aerved a dinner that measured - np ta tha (By «a*eclated Pre**) WASHINGTON, Nov. It.—Th* long standing UiilUrutorsy between th* atat* department and th* We*torn Union Telegraph, company, haa reached the stage ot an open. break, the oompany refusing to handle aay further cable meaaagea for' the department, except on prepayment of tolla The company** order waa Issued aa November 10, tt wa* said today at the department, and ostensibly waa ta *p- ply to all department* of the government. It was understood, however, ttat messages **At by, other departments h*jd been excepted Informally from the ruling. The Wtotara Union c^pipany ta stated to have based Ita action on the de tag by tl(t department in m«klBg payments on cable message* previously handled. Department offlciala asserted today, however, that lt waa ta their opinion step ln retaliation tor the failure of the department to permit landing 6f cable at Miami, Fla^ connecting at Barbados* with a Brltlah cable trom Bouth America. £______g___:S'^l^_£ STORE WINDOW SMASHED BY BRICK AND FOR COAT VALUED ATJK! STOLEN - A larg* plat* glaa* window -ta the Boat of' the J. C. Penney company store, utrrtltr of Main atreet and Linden avenue waa tte target for a robtxrc at aa early ham this morning. AZTfpM brick waa thrown through the window rwd a fur ttat taken valued at 1160. Tha window had a display ef fin* tare .spread out within It, but the /opening made by the brick would not permit Ma) rdbb*t to reach and extract other article*, though they were temptingly near. According to repast* received by | some persons who heard the crash of broken glass the robbery took place silent I o'clock this morning and at a Ume whea there was considerable noise made by passing train*. The gad* gl*—I broken waa a greater loa* thaa tho fer coat taken, the glass being valued tlon, claiming thay had given existing at over 1200 R being ltM by lit Inch** (differentials between the hard coal and ln dimension, with a amall percentage of the glass valuable ea a*alvag* re- MEMBERSHIP DRIVE IN THE FOURTH ROLL CALL IN CITT 99 ' *tt«tt**»»«*ttttBttteee_-ki**-_-__ft-t» f Generals and Captains of Divisions in the Four Wards of City Blake Most Encouraging Reports—Enthusiasm Abends As the Heads of Organization Relate Progress Being Made in Campaign—Noon-day Luncheon Instills Spirit of Occasion in Workers As They Hear Encouraging Talks. fM^ I *¥, aaad* of the hoar aad with nothing lacking. Rev. Alfred Grether gave tbe prayer of thanks tar the good thing* accomplished la humanity's service. "Tht Battle Hymn of the Republic"' Wttb Miss Orach Shatter leading- the singing was the operiing gut af tbm' business session. Every report show* •d team work and individual lititiatlve. Incident* and experiences were related whlcg put «i will wis" to the for*. Tha audience came In for another treat when Mrs. Bb. Bt Jonea, Jr. .rave a vocal tolo which was so well received that Mrs. Jones is automatically on tbe program fog more of her wotb. Oood singing requires goad ac- compantttnt, aad this It certainly In evidence every time when Miss Mildred White aasUtt %t the piano. At 1:30 Rev. Otto 3. Zecfclel pro- (Contlnued on Page *.) REPRESENTATIVES OF HARD COAL MINERS AND DPERATORSJ SESSION (By As»ocla.ted Press) PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 11.—Represent—lives of the hard aat_ a*_tare aad operators resumed thair conference here today In another effort to reach a settlement of their .trace dispute*. , When the conference adjourned on November 6th, It virtually waa deadlocked ' aa tt* Interpretation of Preaident Wilson's telegram requesting reopening of the anthracite wag* commission's award, tte operators declaring th* telegram permitted only tga ratification of alleged Inequalities within the preaent agreement. The miner* representatives disputed this ' con ten maining. The tell tato brick lies near tta gear ot taa window aidicatiiur it tt had btaa thrown with considerable fore*. . Th* brick *h*»* th* cornera aad *dge* chipped to make It fit the head indicating the work had been planned In advance of tb* robbery.. CLAIMAirr TO 8HABB nCFTBLJO MILLIONS HKRB FROM BCBOPK. —ANNOUNCEMENT— . Bi addition to my grocoif department, I hara opeaed a meat stand where I wOl have a tttt ttaa at traab meat at aU klnda Tear patronage wm ha appreciated. JACOB 8URBAN ' _1_ COR. SENECA ANO GARWOOD. . LIOHT BUICK TRUCK FOR gALE. IN OOOO CONDITION. CAL_ O. g. ***** 4KUm[fmrA, 81A3AR GRANULATED THIg WEEK. B. tie RICKARD. LB. WANTED—EAR CORN. ALLIANCE BEVERAGE CO. Peggy Man—, ttat beautiful young actreea who -recently arrlreg from Bur- ope I* determined to prove ia tte II—n- oia Oourt* aaat month that lier "four- year-old aon I* entitled te a share in tte minion* of tt* tat* Mruehall Field. Mia aay* the lad'a ttfh-rr wag, ttie lat* *—*ary Field, .grandson of th* Chicago m-g-chant. -RACINE" THE HOEE OF QUALITY. GUARANTEED AOAlNET RUN NINO. ORDER BEFORE DEC. • ftm CHRIETMAg DELIVERY. NOTICE CHANGE OF A DDR Egg, Mlgg BARBER, trib gO. FREEDOM. O. g. •Mia • <th* sorft ooal workers wage scale* la » telegram to Preaident Wilson on October 2, ah a reason why tt* award ahould ■ be reopened. They declared tta President had theee differential* in mind as well aa r**tttg inequalities complained of ia their telegram at a later data Should I hta ttl I aal daadtott aat he hrttea today, tt* miner* repraaeata- ttves aaid thair committ** probably would appeal to Preaident Wilson te mak* a ruling In order that tha wage a**jo-t**tlni— may arnu**— Among th* men'* demands are Increases equal to tha 17 percent grant- ad th* bituminous coal miners, a It minimum faf rat*, a universal eight- hour day aad' adtaatment ef alleged B_qaattlata la tta grieeat ainamni RO DEATHS TODAY earned he* Bpi«e_lc at Sa' BALEM, Nov. IB. Me deaths att ed by th* epidt*nlc tore been reported during 4m gaat twenty-four hour* aad th* situation to .believed to be well under control. Th* total numbar ef wall developed cases of typhoid tatm •reported at one o'eloek Monday waa atg Setae new eaaaa hav* developed sine* than. There are several eaaaa regard ed as critical bat the dty ta watt ■up- piled wltt aaS trained nun-re. Th* achool board mat last evening with eeveral art the state .aod federal health man praaaut and ssaa* radical change* ta th* sanitary conditions et the school were ordered, which will ha n—_*. Tbe .discovery ot th* aomre* of th* epidemic ttaa ggg baaa meAe, aaA the *—mpletioB *rf the water lla* ta tha Oar-eld w**ta will b* delayed tar a further report on tte watar from thaa* wells. 1* REAL 4AM BARGAINS AT HAINES MOTOR Ca 1 FB SEDAN, NEWLY RAINTED. GUARANTEED, ■ FIRST CLASS, $1S79; t GOOD FORD TOURING, *20O- OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM. BAOAYV AHD ENGLAND DRUG OOl GET THE HABIT. RIOE THS BUB.)BEVERAGE CO WANTED—EAR CORN. ALLIANCE SPEAKER TD TALK ON I CETTING THE MOST OUT Bf-THE RETAIL TRADE "Getting the most oat of Retail Trads" to tha subject gt tha lllustratedi lecture which will he given la thra Chamber of Commerce rooms Wedneeday evening at 7:80 hy WIU H. Farley. Mr. Farley ls a speaker of' exceptional ability. He hag a lecture Which sparkles trom start "to fin 1st While ha ta representing the' National Cash Register Ca at Dayton, the loo- ture ls not a strictly advertising tallL,: It shows the value of system to thai storekeeper. Every clertt aad re- tall dealer ln the city will find something of Interest and profit la the lecture. A alx reel film to aaad to thow tba value of system. HAVE COSTLY FIRE fBy Aaaoettttet Praoel ASJHTABULA, Mat. Xtr'-fba. which waftf —day swept oo* .portion tt th* bu—.ne** eaction, d*aUi)j*d tte Dorm* Theater, a re*—l—rant eng Pool room, entailing a taas ot about 150.000. Ihe fbe .started ta the kitchen of MS ras- tauranL GIRLS WANTED FOR LIGHT WORK! OOOO WAGES. GEM CLAY FORMING CQU SEBRING, OHIO. GIRLS ' WANTED FOR LIGHT WORK; GOOD WAGES. GEM CLAY FORMING CO, SEBRING, OHIO. ALL Kl NDS OF POULT RY WANTED. B. J. RICKARD. CANADIAN WHEAT III PUBLIC ELEKATDBS , CBy Aaaoeratad Praaa) CHICAGO, Nov. Id. MomM bushel of wheat of contract grade in Chirrago public elevator* I* Canadian ftmwu ***- sapt MOO bushels, 'gribnrdlng to official ngersg mad* public - here today. Th* total atock is only 8t,000 bushels and of thta amount 14,000 bushels ta Canadian. The aupply decreased 1(8,000 bushels ttl—a tttt wash. Lack ef sjwtrmnta- ttaa of astooks of wheat not only hata hat at other western markets ls general aad In ttta connection tta present small movement from tha head* of tttttttt to atbasttag .tpes-J attaatloa. Will ATTEND COURTT PAIR. _ Msitaa carrier bey* of Alliance age aSebring will go as a body ta tt* Oa> lumJMa Theatre, tonight, to be .gueat* of th* management of tha County KaM exhibiting there. The boya arta meet at tb* Review office btfor* starting tar the theatre. —_ gKRIOCSLT ILL vtfe fBy Aaaoelatad Pre**) .*%*, MILAN, Italy, Na It.—Cardinal A* tba* Chrto Par-nut, an—ibtohop of Milan, ta isputtad to be aHttittp. el He waa bora ta lttt aad wad ■ aal id a. cardinal tt 1M4. _3 SLIGHT EARTHQUAKE ___ (By A-MeUUd Proas) CRICAQO, Mor. Xtr—An oarthqt of mooerat* tnterostty was recorded < •r today ea tb* a*lamograi>h at tba University of Chicago. The vibration-* taartad st t:M a. _u reached their greataest intensity et t:fl ead finally died away at t :*M eeatral Ume. OET THE HABIT. RIDE THE. BUB.
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1920-11-16|
Stark County (Ohio)
Mahoning County (Ohio)
|Date of Original||November 16, 1920|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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VOL. XXXHL, NO. 120.
ALLIANCE, OHIO, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1920.
THREE CENTS-DELIVERED 15c A WEEK.
INTEREST GROWS IN RED CROSS
CITY PLANKING ORDINANCE
IND LIQUOR RESULATION
Legislation Looking to the City's Interests From Every
•y % Possible Angle Enacted by Ctty Council—Ordinance
Defining Soft Drink Parlors and License Imposed
Placed Upon Statute Upoks of City — Many Other
Matter* of Import Given Consideration During the
laat tb* elty- tatar**ta shall be
pi ul wnwl from every possible aaad*. 'th*
civic -Tights ef citizens b* .recognised
had th* moral ton* be uplifted wru the
-thought most before th* council at tlie
Monday nig—t sjsstlng, aa indicated la
tga. passage of the tare ordlnanoe*
which hay* been under discussion In
side ang outald* th* councUmanic body
alnce their Introduction. The city planning ordinance was featured bee—uae
th* work of city planning aad uon ing
fkpS h*'n uppermost tor weeks and the
outcome of th* council-citizens meeting waa evident la the passage unanimously of tbla ordinance. t_t liquor
regulation ordinance, covering th*
fine* and penaltlo* et workhouaa sen
tence* had been much
lumJMa Theatre, tonight, to be .gueat*
of th* management of tha County KaM
exhibiting there. The boya arta meet at
tb* Review office btfor* starting tar
the theatre. —_
gKRIOCSLT ILL vtfe
fBy Aaaoelatad Pre**) .*%*,
MILAN, Italy, Na It.—Cardinal A*
tba* Chrto Par-nut, an—ibtohop of Milan, ta isputtad to be aHttittp. el He
waa bora ta lttt aad wad ■ aal id a.
cardinal tt 1M4. _3
___ (By A-MeUUd Proas)
CRICAQO, Mor. Xtr—An oarthqt
of mooerat* tnterostty was recorded <
•r today ea tb* a*lamograi>h at tba
University of Chicago. The vibration-*
taartad st t:M a. _u reached their
greataest intensity et t:fl ead finally
died away at t :*M eeatral Ume.
OET THE HABIT. RIDE THE. BUB.