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' 1 —— m wmmm*** THK WEATHER Cloudy tonight and Saturday. Probably rain In wsst portion. Warmer Saturday. Barome* tor 29.70; -temperature 26 at 10:00 a. m-. cloudy. t 1:00 p. m. barometer 29.70; tempsraturo 37 loudy, THE ALLIANCE REVIEW AND UBADgR Wsrs you thsnkful yesterday not only for good things for the pstt year but also that you had your Christmas shopping list nearly com- pleted? If .not get bury at one* for Christmas will be here In a very thort tints. VOL. XXXHL, NO. 128. TWENTY-TWO PAGE8. ALLIANCE, OHIO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26,1920. THREE CENTS—DELIVERED 15c A WEEK. BE IMPOSED WITH STATE SAFETY Committee of Assembly Reaches Agreement — French Viewpoint Prevailing. ttnttonnnttattonnnttso tt SAV LEFT SWITCH OPEN. « jj XX a (By The A. P.) « tt SPRINGFIELD, Hot. _«.—HOT- M tt aee Johnson, brakeman. who Big tt tt Four officials say left IXe switch U tt at Waat Liberty open which cant- tt tt ed the wreck there yesterday, 11 tt was arrested ln Troy this morn, tt tt tag. Johnaon said that aftar tke tt tt wreck he walked to Rosewood, tt tt then to Sidney and later rode to tt tt Troy. He wlU be brought back tt tt to Champaign eounty. No fur- tt tt ther atatement was made by John- tt tt aon, It la aald. ** ttttttttanattttttttttttattatt CONSIDER QUESTION ECONOMIC BLOCKADE This Is to Be Made Army of , the League Against Offending Nations. (By Associated Press) GENEVA, Nov. 26.—The sttitude among delegates of the assembly of the league of nations toward the appeal of the league to President Wilson to aot aa mediator In the Armenian situation appears \m be one ef hope without expectation that the United Btates will relieve Europe and the league of an embarrassing question. Behind the admitted necessity of doing something for Armenia, there la a conflict of European Interests Involved. Great Britain, It Is understood would look with great disfavor on Intervention by ant power having rival lnteraat*. Action by the United States ln Armenia lt ia held would Involve no, such complications. Tho assembly will reconvene on Tuesday. Committee number 8, of the assembly hats finally settled upon the principle of Its report on disarmament, ths French viewpoint prevailing. The recommendation will be that disarmament be Imposed only with due regard for UM security of ths different state*. While a sub-committee Is drawing up tbla i*aport th* committee 1* taking up tbe question of an economic blockade as •■ arm of the league against offending nations. VALUESTIUTllET SHRINK BELOW $1.50 (By Associated Prase) CHICAGO, Nov. JJ6.—Values ln tbe wheat market shrank today to below $1.50 a bushel. It wss the first time sines peace conditions had been restored that the $1.60 level waa passed. *f_"l*fore ths momentum of rushes to 1 wheat today met with any decided ask. the market collapsed to $1.47 for larch delivery, a fall of t cents a btt- khel aa compared with Wednesday's finish. Aa unusual absence ot buying power was apparent, bat finally European Interests wore reported as making purchases of caah wheat for trans- Atlantic shipment. New reasons given for downturns ln ths Wheat market, aside from world economic causes, were th* numeroua agricultural bank failures ttt North Dakota and weakness In foreign exchange together with a fresh break in the prloe of cotton. A house th<st generally represents a leading New Tork trader ta cotton was on the selling side today ta the wheat market. HiiilTJiLin tay Associated Press) BUCTRUS. O.. Nov. 26.—Th* first fatality of tha hunting season occurred hero today with the death of Thomas McKesver, 18 years old, wbo died trom lossof .Weed following hla being .sod- tsr ths shooting, JU. "aid to hav* dropped dentally *bot by his companion, John from Sight in Akron yesterday after Teynor, while hunting yesterday. A foU having been served with a aubpoenea charge of buckshot entered McKeeverl there yesterday oy Sheriff Pat Hutchln- PASTOR PREACHES AN IMPRESSIVE SERMON THANKSGIVING BAY "Bless the Lord, O, my soul; aad forget not all his benefits," waa the basis of the discourse delivered at the union Thanksgiving services held, at First Reformed chureh Thursday morning. The speaker waa the Hev. Walter Roush, pastor ot the First United Brethren church. The minister read ln full the 103d Psalm and chose the second verse as the text. The speaker surrounded Jila text with sn array of things whltb ln the past and the present are the evidence that a Supreme Rules ls eon- trolling the universe and recalled the msny times when torgetfulness of onr obligations hinder aad cause ua ta fslter. God's hend is seen when we read tha history of the Jewish people and has been in the history of all aa* tions since time began. The same pillar of fire by aight aad eloudi by day which guided the children of Israel guided, the Pilgrim Fathers to a country where they could worahlp without persecution. Ood is ia tha history of the world today and is guiding every great movement*, history ia not chaotic, dot a record of blind fate; lt ls the record of an all-wise God. The speaker quoted the eomplete poem of Rudyard Kipling, whleh writ tan for the British cause, la wall applied la oor own land, "God of onr fathers, hear us yet, lest we forget, lest we forget." was breathed ln all the earnestner.g of prayer and Impressed the congregation by its beautiful aad timely application. The organ prelude was beautiful rendered by Miss Ruby Baumann. The vocal musie waa the wosk of the choir of tha First Reformed ohurch and it was a song service of more than ordln (Continued on Page •.) . »- CRIND JURY HI KAGY CASE WILL MAKE REPORT LITE THIS AFTERNOON (By Aaaoclated Preaa) CLEVELAND, Nov. 26.—County Prosecutor Baskln aald thia morning he expected the grand jury, making its second Investigation of ths murder of Harold Kagy last May, to conclude Its work on the case late today. The Jury aaay band ln Its report late this afternoon he sale* or lt may require a day to consider lilt, svldence before reporting. Prosecutor BsslOn eald the testimony of five new witnesses la the case and eeveral .hat te. if. "* ln the trial of John W. Joyce acq* 'tted of tbe shooting of Kotgy would oe heard today. Whether there will be any indictments returned by the jury, Baskln would not predict. A woman wt*c l.rs not yet appeared ln the case and on whom, lt ls believed prosecutor Baskln has pinned the hope of baildlng a motive for tto alaylng around a diamond ring that ls said to have been spirited away from Kagy af- rigbt leg. « KILLED BT AUTO. (By Aasoelated Preaa) CANTON, NOT. 1* Minn Llllla I. Kaufman, tt, waa .struck and killed Wy an automobil* while walthlg to board aa Interurban ear on the Canton-Akron road laat night. JjflHB BODY HT CREEK. (By Aaaoelatad Praaa) CANTON, Nov. »6— Th* body of Harry White, 46, Canadian veteran of the world war, was found la a creek here today. He fell tela taa stream and drowned in ate lnchea of water. THIBVES BAID GROCKBY f (By Associated Pr***) -CANTON, ttmr. St.—Th* vbolasal* grocery atore of George Veeetida* waa entered Mat night by thieve* who loaded more thaa W.000 worth of gro- on a traek and escaped. son of Summit county, Cor appearance her* today. T~i uooiiilUa Baskln aald the younk woman may have decided to come haw - without the aanojjjwnce of aa eaoort of deputies who were sent after her. ' —PLEASE NOTICE- ANYONE KNOWING WHERE THERE ARE ANY OP OUR BOT Tt.Ce, PLEASE OAU. OUR OFFICE SO THAT WE MAY CALL POR THEM. WC ARE IN URGENT NEED OF THEM SO WE HAVE ENOUGH til BOTTLE OUR DAILY SUPPLY. SUPREME DAIRY OO. —SPECIALS SATURDAY- CARNATIONS, $1.50 PER DOZ, ROSES, $1.00 ANO $1.10 MIR DOZ. CURB OR FARM MARKET JSfgJ, 00AUTY FUORAI- VICTIM OF EPIDEMIC TOUNGSTOWN, N V 26.—A victim of the Balem epldeu.lc, Otrard M. Geia- Inger, 88, traveling talesman, died in a Toungstown hospital, from typhoid teem. Gelsinger, wte waa employed by the Toungstown Paint and Glass Co. moved from Salem to 85S Mahoning avenue, this city, aae month ago, was visiting hte wife's parents at Enon Valley, Pa., two weeks later he was stricken with the disease he Is sup- posed to have contracted before leaving Salem. LEAD IK BO-LXFR 8KATIKG Mia. Beulah Welsh and Dewey Nlles of this citjf were th flrat prize winners at tte .Sebrin*; roller ekatlng rink Thuraday ever I* g. There wae a large crowd la attendance and the contest was interesting. Tomorrow we will have chickens, fresh eountry pork, sausage and lard, apple butter, rutabagas. Cabbage aad turnips ter kraut. line win- tar apples, onions, pumpkins, squash. Special SB Kelfer pears. Fresh elder, bring yoar lugs. Coraer Osford and Seneca. , FOR SALE OR WILL TRADE la on property as flrst payment 1920 Dodge matin In flrat claas shape. CaU O. S. 5495 aay Ume in evening. PURE CANE SUGAR, 2 LB8. POR Ue. SEE WINZELER BROS.' AD. ' Y. M. C. A. DETROIT SYMPHONY f-IESTRA ENGAGEMENT AT rON TONIGHT CANCELLED. J ICEDA BI8CUIT, t PKGS. FOR rg. WINZELER BROS. O. S. 3173. HON SQUARE. BELL 5M-R, —SPECIAL. FOR SATURDAY- YOUNG PIG PORK CHOP8 37c PCR LB. MEAT STAND, MAIN STREET MARKET HOUSE. SUGAR CURED HAM. HALF OR WHOLE, LB. 27c; SLICED, LB. 39c. CHEESE STAND MARKET HOUSE. PURE PORK SAUSAGE, COUNTRY MADE, LB. SOc CHEESE STAND, .MARKET HOUSE. —SPECIAL— Chicken and hot biscuit trapper, 6 to 7 Saturday evening. ROSE CANDY SHOPPE. MOSCOW MEET HITS UNION or opus American Racial Writer Reed Dould Have Negroea Join Movement. SAYB COLORED PEOPLE OFFER OPPORTUNITY Directs Attention to Separate Schools, Hotels and Churches in South. (By Associated Preaa) WASHINOTON, Nov. M.—Union of the American negroes with the radical elements ot all nation* to further the cause of world aovietlsm was urged before the Moscow meeting ef the communist Internationale at whleh both Lenine and Trotsky spoke, by th* late American radical and magazine writer, John Reed, according to the text of hi* speech received here In official dispatches from Russia. Describing .the position of the negro ln the United Btates, especially in tbe southern states as terrible" Reed declared the negro offers a two-fold opportunity to the spread of communism in this country .first, a strong race and social movement and second as strong proletarian movement. Race consciousness hsa steadily increased among the negroes, he said, "a certain section of whom are now carrying on a propaganda ln favor of armed revolt .against the white's aad socialistic Jdeas are rapidly developing among uie blacks employed in Industrial establishments. White and negro labor In both the northern and southern parts of tte oountry must be joined in common labor unions Reed proposed as the quickest way to destroy race prejudice aad develop class solidarity. Until recently negroes, were not admitted to membership ln the majority of unions which comprise what is known as the American Federation of Labor, ha -said. "The communists must aot, however, stand aloof from the negro movement for .social and political equality. whleh la developing so rapidly at th* present time among the negro masses". Heed told the meeting, "C'otnmunitsta must avail themselves Of thia movement in ordar to prove th* emptiness of Bourgoi.se equality and the necessity for A social revolution, not only to liberate all laborers from slavery, but also as betaf tte only effective means ot liberating the oppressed negro people". Describing the status of tea negro ln America, Reed asserted that despite the constitutional right to the ballot la the southern awes negroes were killed if they dared to exercise this right and that the UM ot separate schools, hotels and theatres existed in all part* of the country. Tale separation of tbe negro from the whlta te oalled th* Jim Crow system and <the clergy of the .southern churches teach tbat there la alao a heaven whore the "Jim Crow" system la in operation". Reed declared. Organization bt the foreign labor in the United States for revolt and the coordination of radlcaliasm in North and South America into a single movement was advocated at the same meeting by Louis Fraina, .secretary of the communist party of American according to the dispatches. "The American Federation ot Labor and the reactionary aootellft parte try to institute Pan-American organisations "bat theae cannot be made to serve reactionary atea. The communist move- meat te tte United States in particular and the communist Internationale IB general, must Intervene actively ia the movement in Latin-America", INTERESTING SERVICE The Thanksgiving servlee* at Trin Itr Epl,soopal ohurch hursday morning were altogether ln keeping with th* day, "thankfulness" being the thought throughout The sermon by Rector Rob Roy Remington waa ahort, keeping en tlrely within th* plaaa for a Brief ear vie*; aoaa tte 1MB tt waa a message to strengthen OS faith and love at tee congregation ter the spirit of thank fulness and desire te Palate te every Say Mb that attiture. Th* mualc was entirely congregational. The offerteg will ha tfHwa ta tte Bad Craos work. flECEMSML (By Aaaeelatsd Press) WASHINOTON, Now. It.—President Wilson teuelved today tee appeal of tte league of nations teat aa aet ea mediator In the Armenian •dr.uatlon. The message reached tte White B-mm* last night from Geneva .and waa delivered ta aaa Iteoettont tete mom ni. .Mr. Wilson already has consented to tia the boundary line* of Armenia, but there waa ae information Bt tea white House aa to his ideaa on the aubject of mediation. Special For Saturday FREE!—BROOM AND HOLDE ' TO BB GIVEN AWAY FREE WITH A $4 PU PCM ABE. EQQ8 PSR DOZ, Tty: SUGAR, LB. 13c; flBBSMRl BUT. TER, LB. 6Scj OOOD LUCK, LB. 39e; L. HORN AND BRICK CHEESE, LB. 37c; CREAM CHEE8E, LB. 37ei SWITZER CHEESE, -B. 41a. P. COHN AT MAIN BT. MARKET. PURE HOME RENDERED LARD LB. 20c CHEESE STAND MARKET HOUSE. WILTSHIRE MAM. HALP OR WHOLE, LB. S4c CHEESE 8TAND MARKET HOU8E. WANTED—MAM POM MOUSE- MAN. APPLY FRONT OFFICE, LEXINGTON HOTEL. JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF BI8SELL CURTAIN 8TRETCHER8 WITH REMOVABLE HOOKS. COPE A KATZEN8TEIN. Bailey's Dancing School. High School dance tonight for stud- ente mat former pupils. Thayer's Orchestra. :*S»___ tto»tt»«n»»««»tttttttt M 8 tt SEVERAL HELENS; tt U tt tt (By The A. P.) H tt AKRON. Nov. 28.—Sheriff Pat tt tt Hutchinson at noon today declar- tt tt ed he had been unable to serve a tt tt anbpoena on a Helen Donaldson tt tt wanted aa a witness by the Cuya- tt tt hoga county grand jury Investl- tt tt gating the Harold G. Kagy mar- tt tt der. Hutchinson interviewed tt tt two Helen Donaldson's registered tt tt at a hotel here yesterdsy, but tf tt neither snswered the description tt tt given by Cleveland authorities, tt tt tt tttt tttttttt tttt tttttttt tt tttt tt M H Surgeons Report Good Results From Transfusion of Blood in Salem Cases. REPORT MANY CRITICAL CASES Dr. Henry Christian of Harvard to Take Charge of Directing Treatment. BALEM, Nov. ES.—(Special)—There ie little now to be said oa conditions here alnce Wednesday. Two aew cases were reported today bringing the total to 8»4 cases. No deaths ara reported today. The main Interest centers tn the experiments ln the transfusion of Mood under tte direction of Dr. C. F. Hoover .aad assistants at Dr. Crile of Cleveland. The two first cases in which tte transfusion of blood took place were at emergency hospital No. 1, on Wednesday. The two patients were said to have little lf any hope for recovery before the transfusion wss performed. This morning these patients aro in a fair way te recover. The blood for the tranifuslon waa eentrtbuted by Salem people, but others than members of tte afflicted families. Tbese case* ore being closely Ball k**l Par ra- sults. Other cases otf transfusion ttt ezpected to fallow aad Intense interest centers in the treatment Of patients In this manner, Dr, Henry Christian of Harvard University to expected to arrive Saturday morning. Upon his arrival be arfll be expected to take entire charge of the treatment of patients so far as a consulting physician can act but will take no part In tte sanitary survey or the work of tbe Red Cross nurses. Hla arrival ls expected to make some changes te the situation. Tte number ot critical' cases has not lessened and ths only information given out today hy the board of health to "there I* no change to report, te th* situation. KIWANIS CLUB GIVES 5100 TO RED CROSS FID AT NOONJAY MEETING The weekly luncheon of the Kiwanis clu*b was held at tbe Chamber ot Commerce rooms Friday at twelve o'clock and a good after Thanksgiving attendance was preaent. The silent booster was given by Oeorge Ault, the plumber and was a neat blotter. Ray Middle- ton of the McCaakey Register Company, presented the attendance prise, a beautiful stand humidor, won by D. M. Armstrong. In th* absence of Coach Casey wbo waa on the program aa speaker, Ur. Jack Barnes, dlatrlct manager of the United Securities Company <gave a practical talk. • The club voted $100 to the Red Cross to be used ln the local' work. Mr. Armstrong wbo won ths attendance prise, not yet having acquired the smoking habit, proposed and put into execution the sdle of the prize to the highest bidder, tne sum realized going into tte Bed Cross fund .alao. The Red Cross workera haa placed tte finishing up work in the handa of the club, whleh st the noon meeting divided the territory and will dose the fourth .annual roll call Friday and Saturday -with a clean up of all the unfinished work. With respect for the president of the club, Mr. D. H. Hoobler, and with reverence tor the departed tether of Mr. Hoobler, Who passed away on Thursday, heads were bowed for a moment during the meeting. ADAM flERlES AT HOMEJPLI ROY Adam Hoobler, the tether of D. H. Hoobler, of thia city, died at hla bome In Cell Roy, Thursday, .after an Illness from paralysis, with which he had suffered during the past two and one-half years. He waa ln hla eighty-fifth year aad apent practically all hla life In the vicinity of the home Us, whloh he died. Mr. Hoobler waa * ■'member of the Lutheran church aand lived a life oon- sistent with hte faith. Hla long residence in Dell Roy gave to him ss wide acquaintance, and each acquaintance was a friend. The .funeral will be beld at tte home Saturday morning at ten o'clock end tte remains wtll be laid to rsst in tte cemetery at Magnolia. IU. IKSHTUTE ARMY ANO NAVY GARRISON ^^m^mm.mm.^ The instituting of an Army and Navy Qarrlaon will tete place ia this olty tonight at a meeting ia the Veterans room, olty tail, All persons holding en honorary discharge from ths Army, Navy or Marine corps sre eligible to join. Major Jeffries ol Cleveland, peat national commander ln chief, will be present aad tte Qarrlaon from Canton will attend ta a body. OKE DOLLAR CAUSE OF MURDER (By Associated Frees) CLEVELAND, Nov. 26.—One dollar waa tb* cause of a murder last night, according to police. The victim wa* Henry Thompson. Polioe later arrested Robert Momen, on a first degree murder charge. Police say Momen confessed that be had given thompwii a dollar to get some liquor. Thompson, Momen Mid, failed ln his quest and then refused to return the dollar. May Permit Return of Former King Constantine, But Wash Their Hands of Greek Affairs (By Associated Press) ATHENS, GREECE, Nov, tt.— Franc* and Great Britain may permit the return of former King Constantlne to hta throne, but fear* ars expressed teat tta two nations will wash their hands af the Creeks either by concluding aa arrangement .artth tte Turks separately or using General Baron Wrangel's .army, now reorganising on tta Island of Lemnoe, ter a spring campaign against Oa Turks Should either of theee step* be taken by France ar Oreat Britain there to apprehension they may abandon Greece finally. George Rhallia, premier, and Deme- trtua Goaunarte, minister of war, are holding frequent consultations and it to believed the attitude ot Great Brit ain to being closely examined. Both are very reticent regarding the situation, but M. Wffl'WT atates he hopes for the return eg Constantlne. The Venezellst aawepaper Eleutheros Topis today msde an attack upon the cabinet, declaring lt had "done away with tea legal regency" aad asking "imp aot tell ths people the greatest danger to to hgTt the British say: 'Set Oa tee dynsetlo question as yea choose _M are ao longer Interested In Greece.'" Princes Andreas and Christopher, brothers of Constantlne, adopted an un usual procedure tte smornlng by visiting tte Premier. Prince Christopher shook handa with all the porters and clerks at the offlce of the premier, fig UaUiatAT 0Bs"OrlT VnOp* PUN ENTERTAINMENT ia entertainment which will be pleastag ta all will be given a* "Pair- meant Children'e Home Saturday evening. Xt will he oae of the programs in cartoon work ot Marlon Ballou Flak, who will add to tbe chalk feature of her entertainment aa Interesting laa tore. The aale ot ticket* will aid tte hom* fund aad the entertainment mean* mueh to th* children. SPECIAL SERVICES Ohio Fruit & Produce Co. Ohio Mate Phoae 41W Cor, Linden aad Prospect opposite Cold Storage, Jnat received two ean fancy winter potatoes and onions. Alao winter pears $1.50 par bushel; cabbage, f 1.S0 per 100 lba., aweet potatoes t>5c per peek. Fall line of freah fruits and vegetables. We deliver. Please get your orders ln early. —PLEASE NOTICE- ANYONE K'OWING WHERE THERE ARE ANY Of OUR BOTTLES, PLEASE CALL OOR OFFICE SO THAT WE MAY CALL FOR THEM. WE ARE IN URGENT NEED OF THEM SO WE HAVE ENOUGH TO BOTTLE OUR DAILY SUPPLY. SUPREME DAIRY CO, JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OP BI88ELL CURTAIN 8TRETCHERS WITH REMOVABLE HOOKS. COPE * KATZEN8TEIN. GOLDEN SANTOS COFFE, 3 LBS. POR tea. WINZELER BROS. Y. M. C. A. DETROIT SYMPHONY OMOWHTH * ENGAGEMENT AT CANTON TONIGHT CANCELLED. Thanksgiving services were held at tt, l%Wl*B Evangelical Lutheran chureh Thureday morning. The paator, the Bav. JL. 8. Ake, delivered a aermon appropriate te the occasion and the mualc waa well rendered. The only apeclal feature was tte organ prelude which had been arranged especially for the occasion and was delightful, as ths intonations of the Instrument filled the audi oriom. MIm Esther Hillgreen to tte church organist aad It wag due te her fine execution of tte prelude number ttat the congregation enjoyed that part of tte .service so greatly. RUNS llTpERRET Clarence R. Smith, 478 West Cambridge street wishes that people who hunt with ferrets would not have his name and frtto1** .Smith Is aa engineer on the Pennsylvania. Following the arrest Of* a "Smith" who gave his initials aa "C. R." Smith, Clarence J., tea been having the lite Jollied out of him. Every fellow railroader 1* either calling by phone or stopping him oat. the atreet aad asking for a rabbit. Smith has to taB them that he runa engine not ferrets. WILTSHIRE HAM, HALP OR WHOLE, LB. Me. CHEE8E STAND MARKET HOUSE. •MMT RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OP BISSELL CURTAIN STRETCHERS WITH REMOVABLE HOOKS. COPE A KATZENSTEIN. KDEPAHT MO CREATE TWO Senator McCormick of Illinois Has Bill Ready for Coming Session. ttttnttnn»«nnnntttttttt» « tt 8 RESTRAINING ORDER8. tt tt a S (By The A. P.) tt tt CHICAGO, Nov. 26.—Federal 8 tt Judge Kenesaw M. Landis, issued tf tt restraining orders against 72 t* tt saloonkeepers today to prevent ?' tt their violating the prohibition : tt law. Attorney Oeneral Edward J. : tt Brundage, of Illinois, who filed X- tt suit agalnat the saloon men Wed- tt tt nesday, had asked that their tt tt places be closed, The defend- tt tt ants are charged with, selling al- tt tt cohollc liquor*. tt tttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt DISCUSS CHANGES WITH SEN. HARDING Wants New Departments to Be That of Public Works and Welfare. (By Asaoclated Pren) WASHINGTON, Nov. 86.—Abolition of the department Ot Interior, creation of two new departments—one to be known as the department of public worka and the other as the department of public welfare—and general ra> organization of other governmental departments ls proposed ln a bill prepared by Senator McCormick, Republican, Illinois, for introduction at the coming session of Congress. Senator McCormlck; ls now enroute to Europe and tbe principal provisions of hia bill were outlined in a statement issued today from his office. Tbe statement said that while the bill would bo introduced on the opening day of the next session, action oa It probably would be deferred until' after the Inauguration of President-elect Harding. The statement added that the Illinois senator completing the measure discussed the proposed changes with Mr. Harding, who expressed great Interest ln the bill. Scope ef Bill. The proposed department of publio worka under the bill would include all Important engineering and bulldlag services of the government. The department of publio welfare as outlined in tha Mil would include various welfare agencies of-the government such as the woman's bureau te the department pension bureau aow la the department of tho interior. The public health service the bureau of war risk Insurance and tet vocational training board. Tte department of commerce would be enlarged ao as to increase its usefulness to business. Creation of an offlce tn tte state department to have jurisdiction over insular affairs and territories, such as Alaska also would be provided for, Under Justice Department. The alien property custodian, offlce aad tte division of the secret service wonld be placed under tbe department ol justice. Tbe office of tba eomp* trailer of'the currency would be abolished and Us functions transferred to the federal reserve board. The McCormlck measure also would abolish the boafd of mediation and conciliation and transfers Its functions to the department of labor and abolishes the council of national defense and discontinues ita functions. The measure further transfers to the department Of commerce the weather bureau, patent office, coast guard, lake survey offlce, hydrographic office, naval observatory and Inland and coastwise waterways service. STUDY PROBLEMS PRACTICE IN COURT (By Aaaoclated Preas) CANTON, Nov. 26.—United Btates Benator Atlee Pomerene laid aside his senatorial tog* long enough today to .gather together a few law books and come into court to .resume tha practice of his profession. "Seems like old times again." aaat tea senator, aa he greeted a number et hla friends in the court room. Benator Pomerene took an .active part la the examination of witnesses .and ia the .selection of Jurors. It waa hla first appearance ln court ln several years. CMl STOLENfROM GARAGE An Auburn five paaeenger touring car ■aag stolen from tbe Kast Bnd garage on East Broadway, Thuraday night. The car la the property of Eleno ***»***. who realdee at No. ISO Oak avenue and iMd license number No. 472329. Police have haaa notified of th* theft. The garag* eras full of cars bat nothing be- alde the car atolen was molested. FDLWELL'S MIDDIES REACH NEW YORK FOR CLASH HUTH SOLDIERS (By AesodafUad Pren) NEW TORK. Nor. JM—The traditional spirit of army-navy rivalry began to permeate New Tork atmosphere on the event of the annual football classic between the two institutions at th* polo grounds tomorrow. Th* Annapolis players, beaded by Coach Foi well arrived here late last night but Coach Daly waited until today to bring bla charges* down the Hudson from West Point Hotels today already were taxed to capacity to house the advance guard ot th* crowd. Josephua Daniels, secretary of the navy and John Perahing stayed over after attending the airplane race at Mlneola yesterday and Newton D. Baker, secretary of war was expected to arrive during the day. High officers of the army and navy and governors of several states, also were numbered among the prospective spectators Favoritism among unbiased critics of the teams lead slightly toward the Weet Pointers, for whioh Coach Polwell expressed satisfaction adding "that will give ue more credit for beating them". lANDHllEITHER DIES ATWELL. li. Mra. D. M. Helstand received a telegram Friday morning conveying new* ot the death of Mra Amanda White- leather, the only sister ot the late D. M. Helstand, death having occurred at the home ln Larwell, Ind. Maa. White- leather wtu bom <and raised la Home- worth and had resided la Indiana for about twenty-flve years. Shs waa fifty- eight years of age, iter ace at her death being almost within a day of that of her brother at Ota time of hla death. Mrs. Whlteleather had been an Invalid daring Uie past two year* but had haaa confined to' her bed .about six weeks. Tew daughter* one step daughter aaA the aged mother, Mte.-Catherine Helstand, am1 alee. Th* aw riling chlldran asa: Mra. Bid Kuntsman, near Mount Union; Miss Katherine Whlteieaihav. ot Elkhart and Mra Alice Vance, of Elkhart, Ind. Funeral service* will be held at Lar- well Bunday .afternoon at 1:80 o'eloek. Mrs. D. M. Helstand, who had been at the bedside and returned to Alliaaoe laat week, will not be able to attend th* funeral. CDAL DIL EXPLOSION (By Associated Press) CUYAHOGA FALLS, ©., Nov. 26.— Two chlldran, Irene and Raymond Mc- Kltrlck, .aged 5 and 6, are dying in an Akron hospital, following an explosion in their home this morning when the tether, Frank McKltrick, attempted to start a Are with coal oil. The children were unconscious when carried from the burning house. Doctors .say tbey cannot live. The fatherwa a seriously burned about the face. The father carried tha children from the house after he had been blinded by the flames. STREET REPAIRS Automobile License Fend for City Received, $$.-400. The total amount received by the elty of Alliance as the proportionate share of fees collected far automobile ltocnses for tbe year to data la 66,too. From the Secretary ef State'a office City Auditor C. O. Silver haa received word that mora money to daa AlUance and will be paid tela month .and in December. This money must be uaed for repairing street* aad can be for no other purpoae. To date there remains la this fond, unexpended f 1J91.T3. TRIP TO SOUTH Considers Relations New Administration Will Maintain Toward Republic. FAVORABLE COMMENT ON BANQUET ADDRESS Says Commerce of World Will Stage Its Surpassing Pageant in Zone. HAS TWO WIVES —MILK PATRONS NOTICE- PLEASE 8ET OUT ALL SUPREME DAIRY OR ALLIANCE SANITARY MILK BOTTLES SO TNAT OUR DRIVERS MAY PICK THEM UP At WB HAVEN'T ENOUGH BOTTLE8 TO BOTTLE OUR DAILY SUPPLY. :: SUPREME DAIRY CO. tt —MILK PATRON8 NOTICE- PLEASE SET OUT ALL 8UPREME DAIRY OR ALUANCE 8ANITARY MILK BOTTLES SO THAT OUR DRIVER8 MAY PICK TH SIP IIP AS WE HAVENT ENOUGH BOTTLES TO BOTTLE OUR DAILY SUPPLY. :: SUPREME DAIRY CO. tl PURE HOME RENDERED LAM LB. 20e. CHEESE 8TAMO MARKET HOUdE. WANTED—LICENSED OAY ENGINEER. AODRES8 BOX T, CARE REVIEW. BERGHOLZ DOMESTIC LUMP COAL. BE8T GRADE. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY. $8.50 PER TON. ALLIANCE BEVERAGE CO. Clara Swoger Wedneeday afternoon filed a petition .for divorce in common pleas court at Canton .against her husband Albert Swogw on the ground* of bigamy. Bhe alleges that when she married Swoger ln January Ml he had another wife living In Beaver Falla, l'a., aad this to her .grounds for seeking a divorce. Attorney B. P. Speidel represents the plaintiff. YBTBRAN HR BT ACTO. TOLEDO, Nov. 26.—William H. Ra- mey, 70 years old, .and a veteran at the Civil war, ls dead here as the result of being struck by aa automobile. He was partially ' blind and deaf and did not observe the approach of the car nt a .street intersection. Attention D. of V. Have all aato at Red Cross booth 10:00 a. ol Satarday or aoon after. Anything saleable will be accepted. Booth open from 10 a. m. to » p. m. Chicken and Rabbit Supper Saturday night at the Arcade Restaurant WE NEED THE SERVICES OF A MAN BETWEEN 36 AND 50 YEARS OP AGE. ONE WHO IS MARRIED AND HAS MAO RECENT GROCERY EXPERIENCE. INQUIRE OF DIX- SON, THE A B. FLORY CO., 211 EAST MAIN ST. PURR PORK SAU8AGE, COUNTRY MADE, LB. 30c. CHEESE STAND, MARKET HOUM. —SPEND— your lunch hour with ns Saturday evening. Chicken n'everything. R08E CANDY SHOPPE. 2 LB8. COCOA Mb VALUE, 25c. WINZELER BROS. CHICKEN ANO WAFFLE DINNER, Ma. GOODIE GARDEN, SATURDAY MMHT. u CHICKEN ANO WAFFLE DINNER, 50c GOODIE GARDEN, SATURDAY NIGHT. CBy Associated Press) ANCON. Canal Zone, Nov. 26.—Senator Harding devoted today, the last day of his short visit at the Pacific terminus of the Pan America canal to recreation, for the most part, although he had several more talks with Canal zone offlciala The President-Elect roso early for a. .game of golf, and later took a motor boat ride. Late this afternoon be will leave by train for Cristobal, where on Bunday he will go on board his ship to return to the United Btates, sailing for Norfolk. His return to Cristobal will complete a three day's visit here ln which sightseeing was combined with a practical study of problems which will confront him after he becomes chief executive of the United States. Not the least of these problems, ure the relations the new administration will maintain with the republic of Pan America with the President of which hu exchanged assurances of good will at the banquet given ln his honor by President Porras aln night. Inspects Forts. The question of a proper military force for the canal zone also has engaged his active attention, und he will be particularly Interested in plans of the war department to Increuse thu; force to a full division. Senator Harding today had luncheon with Brigadier General Kennedy, commander of troops in the Canal zone. During his motor ride he inspected tbe torts off thu Pacific end ot tbe great water way. Favorably Impressed Benator Harding's address at last night's banquet created a most favorable impression, judging from comments heard after it waa completed. "The cordiality of your greetings and the fine spirit of your good wishes stir me deeply" he said, facing Pres. Porras. "It ls a fine thing for one republic to be so reassured of the abiding confidence and friendship of a sister republic. I am wholly conscious 1 am here as a private citizen, though I am not permitted to forget, much I may wish lt that I come to a great responsibility st a distant day. It Is for that you honor me as you do. Rivet Ties of Friendship. "Believing that Is the reason I cannot believe lt unbecoming to accept, because more cordial relations between peoples and riveted ties ot friendship .among nations ls the call of the great heart of human kind. "Moreover though bent on this hurried visit* mainly for recreation, I would be insensible to the obligations of cltlsenshlp lf I were iqdifl'erent to the great sponsorship of my country. This ls a most attractive land and I would be deaf to the oall of duty as a public servant in the senate lf I do not seek a fuller understanding of the developing obliagations of our civilization as reflected here, and aim to add to the friendly understanding which becomes our two republics in their exceptional intimacy here. .Spiritual Partners "We are rather more than friendly neighbors, quaffing the cup of most cordial association. Wo are spiritual partners ln one of the gigantic advances of the twentieth century transportation. "Tour freedom and your genius nnd resources combined to link the oceans and tbe day will come when tho commerce of the world will stage Its surpassing pageant here. "Trade has made peoples eminent throughout all time and this fact Is no less true today than ln the past. 1 need not assure you of the friendship of our United States for your republic. More, we make our proven friendship for you to add to the confidence of all Amerloan, north, central and south, ln our people and our government. We crave friendly relatione, and we wish to promote them and I them abiding*". —SPECIALS SATURDAY- CARNATIONS, $130 PER D02. R08ES, $1.00 AND $1.80 PER DOZ. KOCH'S QUALITY FLORAL CO., MT. UNION SQUARE. BELL 569-R, O. 8. 3173. -CHICKEN AND HOT BISCUIT- Supper Saturday Evening 5 to 7. ROSE CANDY 8HOPPE. —SPECIALS SATURDAY- CARNATIONS, $1.50 PER DO.?., R08E8, $1.00 ANO $1.50 PER DO*. KOCH'S QUALITY FLORAL CO., MT. UNION SQUARE. BELL 569-R, 0. 6. 3173. . 3 LBS. MICHIGAN NAVY BEANS, 25c. WINZELER BROS. PURE CANE 8UGAR, 2 LBS. FOR 17c 8EE WINZELER BROS.' AD. SUGAR CURED HAM, HALF OR WHOLE, LB. 27c; SLICED, LB. 39c. CHEESE STAND MARKET HOUSE. *fcA*ssgffi||gffj|j^^ aMrfelJlislaf-.'i'^^ - 1*ftffj*d_fo___fcf*__^^ _f______Umitmd-^ : ■
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1920-11-26|
Stark County (Ohio)
Mahoning County (Ohio)
|Date of Original||November 26, 1920|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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Cloudy tonight and Saturday. Probably rain
In wsst portion. Warmer Saturday. Barome*
tor 29.70; -temperature 26 at 10:00 a. m-. cloudy.
t 1:00 p. m. barometer 29.70; tempsraturo 37
THE ALLIANCE REVIEW
Wsrs you thsnkful yesterday not only for
good things for the pstt year but also that you
had your Christmas shopping list nearly com-
pleted? If .not get bury at one* for Christmas
will be here In a very thort tints.
VOL. XXXHL, NO. 128.
ALLIANCE, OHIO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26,1920.
THREE CENTS—DELIVERED 15c A WEEK.
BE IMPOSED WITH
Committee of Assembly
Reaches Agreement —
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This Is to Be Made Army of
, the League Against Offending Nations.
(By Associated Press)
GENEVA, Nov. 26.—The sttitude
among delegates of the assembly of the
league of nations toward the appeal of
the league to President Wilson to aot
aa mediator In the Armenian situation
appears \m be one ef hope without expectation that the United Btates will
relieve Europe and the league of an
Behind the admitted necessity of doing something for Armenia, there la a
conflict of European Interests Involved.
Great Britain, It Is understood would
look with great disfavor on Intervention by ant power having rival lnteraat*. Action by the United States ln
Armenia lt ia held would Involve no,
such complications. Tho assembly will
reconvene on Tuesday.
Committee number 8, of the assembly
hats finally settled upon the principle
of Its report on disarmament, ths
French viewpoint prevailing. The recommendation will be that disarmament
be Imposed only with due regard for
UM security of ths different state*.
While a sub-committee Is drawing up
tbla i*aport th* committee 1* taking up
tbe question of an economic blockade
as •■ arm of the league against offending nations.
SHRINK BELOW $1.50
(By Associated Prase)
CHICAGO, Nov. JJ6.—Values ln tbe
wheat market shrank today to below
$1.50 a bushel. It wss the first time
sines peace conditions had been restored that the $1.60 level waa passed.
*f_"l*fore ths momentum of rushes to
1 wheat today met with any decided
ask. the market collapsed to $1.47 for
larch delivery, a fall of t cents a btt-
khel aa compared with Wednesday's finish. Aa unusual absence ot buying
power was apparent, bat finally European Interests wore reported as making purchases of caah wheat for trans-
Atlantic shipment. New reasons given for downturns ln ths Wheat market,
aside from world economic causes, were
th* numeroua agricultural bank failures
ttt North Dakota and weakness In foreign exchange together with a fresh
break in the prloe of cotton. A house