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— mvmamm -m*~~m. **! . ^ THB WKATHKH Vaeettled weathaer with anow or fata te alight .aad Banadajr. No rhsngc ia tuapi mre. Baronieater 20JM); uassptaetas* SO rn 10 o'clock a ra.: rkxnity. At <me o'eksea p. m. barometer 29.48; Uan-fterature 418; cloudy; threa*tonlng. THE ALLIANCE REVIEW AND LEADER girls behind the eoanters will give yon maeh better service if yoa do yoar Christmas •hopping now .rather than when they am worn oat with the final rush. The advertis-v menta oarry a Una line of suggestions for early parchasing of gifts. VOL. XXXIH, NO. 129. TWELVE PAGES. ALLIANCE, OHIO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, t920. THREE CENTS—DELIVERED 15c A WEEK. WILL FINISH ITS Knot! US More Important Matters Have Been Decided Upon and Out of the Way. WILL CONSIDER AUSTRIA ADMISSION *& Committee on League Accounts Approves High Sal aries of Secretariat CBy Aaaoclated PreM) GENEVA. Nov. 27.—Optimists at tbe nvM-tlng of tho assembly of the league ot ti-""■*■" are counting upon finishing the work of tbe session next week or tan days earlier than was calculate*! by laasagu. offlciala. This hope la abased on athe fi"** tbat committees number one and two have virtually flniahed thair work, the international court la out of the way aad tbe armaments question had .been disposed of by a practical adjournment- The principle relative to tbe .admission ot new members has also been decided upon. Some .apprehension la .still felt in eome quartan, however, that the discussions ln full assembly, which will be resumed oa Tuesday, especially those on the question regarding the relations of the league oouncll and assembly, will be proloricd. Caecbo Slovak delegaatea are now .furnishing tbe only opposition to the admission Of Austria to the league. Swlt- serland is strongly advocating admission. -*th the proviso, however, tbat If reaction oceurea ln Austria, witb a restoration of the monarchy, she will insist upon the right of tbe province of Voralberg to decide whether to remain a part of Austria or nod Voralberg recently requested tbat lt be attached to Switzerland, but thla request was rejected by tbe latter oountry. . Committee number four, which has been examining the accounts of tbe league, "—"r bas approved the comparatively Ugh salaries paid the personnel at the .lecretarlat. finding tbe high cost of living In Geneva Justified tbem. In part while the expenses of each Worker In reaching hta native country .should also be taken Into account. The organization committee has decided to .approve the suggestion that tbe four elective members of the council sholl bo chosen so tbat only one term will expire each year. It has txleo decided to set up a oommittee to study all proposed amendment to the covenant of <he league. HARDING PAYS VISIT TO FORTIFICATIONS IE OAST COMMITTEE OF BANKERS Will WI INTO THE AFFAIRS OF ILUN RYAN (By a oas n 1st sit Frees) _ NHW TORK. Mew. «.—Plana tar the formation ef a oommittee of bankers to inquire lata UM .affaire of Allass A. Ryan, capitalist, whose comer la Stats motors atock startled Wall Street laat April and resulted eventually ln his expulsion from the stock exchange after be bad himself .announced Ills .resignation were considered today et a oonf erenoe of bankers and attorney*a at tbo office of the .guaranty trust compaay. Tbe action of the banking tetareeta it ie understood is being taken bt an effort to prevent a receivership, aa tbe recent depression of tbe stook market ia .reported to bave contracted the value of securities*** which lair. Ryan's extensive loans were based. Liabilities Involved are reported to approximate $11,000,000 while Mr. Ryan's assets srs given aa between $20,- 000,000 <and ltS.000,000. He Is confined to his horns by illness. Tbe banking Interests reported in the movement include the Guaranty Trust company the Chase National, Mechanics and Metal NaUonal and First National Banka. the Empire Trust, tbe Lawyers Title Trust company and .several others. Tbese Institutions are reported to bold Mr. Ryan'e paper for large loans to finance his various Interests. CLAIM PROHIBITION VOTES CAST IN RECENT ElECTIONTHRSffl OUT (By Assoelated Praaa) COLUMBUB, Nov. 27.—Examining .affidavits purporting ta show that tbe votes of Or. J. Knox Montgomery, preaident of Muskingum college .and IT other persons in tbat locality, all cost for prohibition party candidates ln the last general election bad been thrown!J*^' F J INCUT Soldiers of Three Wars Meet and Perfect Organization Last Night OFFICERS CHOSEN FOR GAR RISON Major Ellsworth Jeffry, Past Commander-in-Chief, Institute Council out, and Rerghola, A new garrison of the Army aad Navy Union, an orgtuiization in which the membership represents soldiers of three wars, tbs Civil, tbe Spanish- American and tbe World War, waa mUaStered in by Major Ellsworth Jeffrey, of Cleveland, past commander-jin- chief, Friday evening. The new garrison will be known aa Alliaaoe Garrison, the unanimous choice of name being evidence of loyalty of all concerned to <the city. The ceremony of mustering was beld in the Veterans room ln tha city building, and was witnessed by many men wbo were interested in the institution of tha new organization, all of wham were eligible to memtwrship Tlio organisation was completed by tbe election of the following officers: C IC McCowen, commander; JL. J<U Stahl, senior vice "commander; J. JB. Rosen- junior vice commander; J. A. M 811- SEE DOUBLE ROYAL WEDDING IN GREEK-RUMANIAN HOUSES that in addition 47 votes atl-a^ah..^ p. m.; C L White. Q. Jefferson county, besides the h. d. Hobineon, chaplain; JE. B. (By Associated Press) CRITOBAL, Csaal Zone, Nov. JtT.— President-Elect Warren G. Hardiag prepared regretfully today to bid .goodbye to the canal aone. Hla vlalt here and* tomorrow when ba tsalle on board tka steamer Pastures for tba United yesterday votes cast by Dr. Watkins, the party s|ver> adjutant; j. r. Knowles. O. of W.; candidate for President aad bis wife, & K. McElroy, H. N. Bhatts. J. P. were suppre-wed. members of tbe e*xec-1 Hutson, CouneU of Administration, utlve committee of the prohibition par- That ^ eligiWea may lie given a ty laat night declared and afUr dto- chance to be present and given an op- ousslng the evidence on hand, dec AeA] ponunny for affiliation a meeting will to gather more material before decid- ta heW to Veterans room Sunday ail ing upon a course of action to rectify what sa termed as a -systematic suppression- of prohibition party votes ln Ohio. Chairman Gllllland of tbe committee ernoon u 2:30* o'clock. Tentative plans were made looking toward the .securing of club' rooma Of the new membera some have m record of three enlistments la tbe ser- stated last night that more than 5.000 vjoe of ^ Unlte<j statee and tbey votes had been suppressed. He said aa soon aa additional affiduvlta now in tbe course of preparation are received the committee will take further action ln the matter. FAIL IN EFFORTS TO ASCERTAIN FATE OF SEATTLE, WASH.. NOT. tT.—All ef- forta to ascertain tho fate of the sixteen persons aboard the barrage W. J. Plrrie, reported ashore 90 mllea .sooth of Cape Flattery, on the Washington coast, had proved vain up ta midnight, four houra after the vessel was reported to bave struck on the rocky coast. Tbe last word concerning tho Plrrie came at 11: SO p. its. la a message from the aavy radio .station at Northhead. Washington, which Batt that tho Plrrie waa aground oa the rocky James Island otf QuHlayute, Washin-rton. The station ls keeping tn communication wltk the master of the Santa Rita, Who wirelessed that be had heard nothing from tbe Plrrie since he cut loose from the barge about noon A wireless message from Statea Benator Harding returned here last night from tho Pacific terminus of the Canal where he exchanged felicitations wtth officials of the Republic at Pan America. Today he visited the fortifications gad the submarine baae tt !!_• eastern end of the waterway, played golf and took a irwlm la aa outdoor salt water pool near his hotel Ths .Pastorea will aall at noon tomorrow ■Mad ts due to reach Kingston, Jamaica tt eight o'clock Tueaday aa route ta Norfolk. Senator and Mra. Harding ■and thair party will go ashore at Kingston, where tbey wUl take lun-ah, .end later ttat wtt tro on an M mUe motor trip across tko ialand aa the guest of the governor of that British possession. VICE CRUSADE IN CITT CLEVELAND CONTINUES vice *M CBy Associated Press) CLEVELAND, Nov. 17.—Tbe crusade being carried oa bere orders from .Mayor W. & Fitzgerald oon tinned last night aad this morning, fifty three arrests ef law violators resulting In the tt hours. Immorality leoeilved tke attention of tko polioe, seventeen arrests on statutory chances being ma fit Seventeen liquor law violators were also urea-ted Including theae tt Illegal aala. Illegal possession ■■d Illegal manufacture. Liquor law violators arroattt by police are aow being .sentenced under tbe Crabbe act ala city court* WEATHER PREDICTIONS (By dawiuUiiil Presa) WASHINGTON. Nov. St.—Weather predictions tm the week beginning asm the master of tbe .Santa Rita to her owners, W. R. Grace east company lat. Mat Bight, said tha vessel ia .standing four or five raOea oat to aea from tke POlat where tta Plrrie la believed to have .grounded. Nothing further haa been beard tree* the steamer ALiu wblch wirelessed alia was aa haT Way to render aid to* the Plrrie. Ohio TaBey and Tennessee—Rain followed by clearing at beginlng of week followed by talr until Thursday or Frl- .lay wben rata to again probable. Rectos of Oreat Lakes Rain and ttww tt ksglnntng of oreek and agala thuraday or Friday; normal temperatare; much cloudiness. BANDfTSjHl (By Associated Press) CINCINNATI, XtmtZtle—Two bandits aha entered the office of the Mueller .Uachlne Tool company ta thla city thla morning .and tt tha point of revolvers backed J. Clifford Lucre, secretary aand treasurer of tke company and Miss Marion Jftoeenstook, stenographer. In •Btt Watlkuul (retting any loot. Tko fled whan A. R. Marsh, sup- , mt the plant catered the of- iio&^^.^-^^v^..-.;..>*-*. ^^^j^Ajiifa___A__ig UNITED III HARRIACE (Mr Assoeisted Preaa) NEWARK. Now. 17.—Oongreasmsn W. A. Ashbrook, Johnstown, waa married yesterday tt aaaa at tha parsonage at tko Central Methodist cburcb at Man-gleid to Mtaa Marie O. Swank, Democratic central committee woman from Richland county. Miss Swank lived at Belleville. A message Own Mansfield today stated tbat the young woman's parents were aot aware of their daughter's ap- proaaacblng marriage. She la tt years tt age. Congressman Ashbrook Is K. Mr. Ashbrook TM defeated for re- elecUon ta ato eighth term In congress and will conclude hla congressional duties next March. JOHN FAOCETT PIES John Faooett tt Toungatown. a Usr- er reeident of alllanca, died Friday even rag tt five o'clock ta ato heme dty aftar a short Illness at pneumonia Mr. Faucett araa aboat .sixty-two years ef aga. Besides bto wife ha ii aar rived hy one eoa. John Fancett. IB. at Toungstown. .alao a steter. Mra. Thomaa H. Bard, af thto city. Tha lata Judge Faooett. of Canton, waa a brother. Mr. Faucett was by profession a otvH engineer. He was well kaowa In .Alliance and at one time attended Mt. Union college. The .arrangements for the funeral will be announced later. HEXT MEET1HE Of City Council aad Sehool Beard De- cember Uth. November, thto year, has a credit of Ova Mondays and aa tha regular asee- sions of tbe etty council .are held but twice each month, there to a reat at three weeks between tha atsstons, which to aa unusual occurence. The aatt regular meeting MB be oa Man- day overling, Dec-amber C.' FOR SALE OR WU. TRADE In on property aa flrst payment 1920 Dodge sedan. In flrst ciaaa shape. CaU O. 4. UU aar -torn I the most enthusiastic membera of tbe OS wpatrlotlc society BOW added to those al ready existing in Alliance. Tbe Army aad Navy Union does not conflict wttb any other patriotic society, but Instead the members mt all aro under ono banner .for tha common .good of aU. ' M'CANNON PLEADS NOT GOUTY AND FURNISHES 00ilNS0M0FSia.il (By Associated Press) CLEVELAND, Nov. 27.—William H. McGannon. chief Justice of municipal court, pleaded not guilty wben arraigned for .second degree murder before Common Pleaa Judge Day this morning, furnished $10,000 ball and waa released. Judge Day set tko trial for December 14. Judge McGannon was Indicted for second degree murder by the county .grand Jory lata yesterday in connection wttk the slaying of Harold 8. Kagy Mat May. The grand July I etui tied Ita Indict ment against McGannon lato yesterday following Ita aecond Investigation of the slaying of Kagy after John W. Joyce had been acquitted of the crime by a trial Jury. NEW SCHEDULE BECOMES EFFECTIVE SUNDAY A number of changes will be raad. In the schedule of tto Penn.aylv.anla line operating through Alliance. Tbey WtU take affect Sunday morning. West bound local Na (MM will leave AUlance tt *:M A M. Instead of »:*0 A. M. Na • ts placed bae* ta aarrioa leaving Alllanoe for fhltragn tt 10:ta A M. Na It will leave Alliance ta 11:M A It In- eteud of 11:10. A numbar at stops for the train havo been discontinued. Eastbound No. I will leave Alliance tt l:W A M. replairtng No. KM which len tt 4:8*. Na 128 will leave for Pittsburgh at 4:M P. M. Instead of 8:88 P. M. A aew train Na ttt win .arrive from tho West tt 8:48 P. M. Ito run will end tt Alllanca Oa Oa CAP. Na 182. tbe Dan Hanna spools! wfll reach Alliance at 7:18 P. M. .and win ran through te Pittsburgh ovar tho Ft. Wayne lines. No. 298, Sundays only, wiU leave Alliance at 1:00 A. M. Instead et 8:18. Tito ragular schedule will be maintained on week daya COMMISSION lELIEIESCOIl CRISISJS OVER Issue orders to Vacate All priority Shipping Affecting Preference. OPEN TOP CARS IN COAL MOVEMENT IT SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED FDR STARK IN 1 Recommend Railroads Cancel Business on Emergency Re-consigning Rules The royal blood and governments of Europe are watching with much Interest and anxiety the outcome of the reported engagements of former Crown Prince George of Greece to Princess Elisabeth of Rumania, and that of Crown Prince Charles of Rumania to Princess Helen ot Greece. Cable dis- patchee from abroad quote the Allied Governments of Europe to be very much opposed to the proposed matches. Dispatches from London stated that they would do all ln their power to prevent the royal lovers from being united in matrimony. Stricken City Optimistic, No New Cases Fever Having DevelopedInPast24 Hours " - ■ i 0*. Mor. tt.—(Special)- The people of tho city .are optimistic today on tho report that no new cases had developed during the peat twenty- four hours. One death occurred last night, a school .girl named Evans, aged IC Another death was .reported Friday ta Youngstown which is attributed to the Salem epidemic, a Mr. Oeissinger, a traveling man who lived in Salem until about a month <ago when he moved ta Toungstown. This makea a total of 17 deaths attributed to the epidemic. The transfusion of blood baa lessened the number of critical cases natll there are but about four cases regarded as very serious remaining. While thare are four emergency hos pitals ta aae, agd three of these are filled, yet It Is expected that these will be emptied by degrees during the coming greek aa fast as-* tho Inmates are able to be removed to their homea Tbe physicians in charge and the •Mat Cross nurse, assert today that ths epidemic is under complete control and the outlook for tho future to most encouraging. They state that the fear of a second outbreak of the fever to aot anticipated. They are confident there will be no secondary scourge lf people wbo are convalescing and those In charge of such use care and follow tho Instructions given them regarding the causes * of a secondary nature as the cause of fever. Dr. Henry Christian, of. Harvard University, who had been announced to arrive here from Boston this morning had not ail I Ted at one o'clock this afteornoon and may not arrive today. Dr. Christian to aa Internist and there appears to bo little need of such a specialist hero at present. The fact that no now. cases have heen reported today to tbe cause of allaying many fears and giving an optimistic outlook for Salem to date trom Thanksgiving Day. (By Associated Prees) WASHINGTON. Nov. 27.—The coa) crisis has passed in the judgment of the Interstate Commerce Commission, whloh issued an order today vacating all remaining priority orders affecting preference for open top ears In the movement of ooal. The order ls effective at midnight nezt Monday. In a letter to Daniel Wlllard, chairman of the advisory committee of the aasociation of Railway executives Chairman Clark of tbe commission recommended tbat tbe rallroaads cancel business aa .soon aa possible on emergency reconsigning rules and charges affecting ooal. "We assume that In view of the manner ln which these rules were estab lished,** said the letter, "our recommendation for their cancellation will bo recognized by the carriers which recognition wfU avoid form.il com plaints against them which would certainly be filed and would perhaps be difficult to defend." CITY OFFICIALS LIABLE FOR m_EXPENDFn (By Associated Press) COLUMBUS, Nov. 27.—Dayton elty offlciala are liable for part of tke money expended In November, 1819, for payment of newspaper advertiaing and distribution of literature to educate tho people on a pending bond Lasue, Attorney General Price held today. Tho sum Of $1596 was appropriated tar the campaiagn and 11401.00 spent, according to the ruling. Offlcers responsible tar tke payment and persotta receiving lt Jointly lare responsible. Price held, in view of the fact that the Dayton city charter makes no provision for such expenditure. Army and Navy In Annual Clash ForSupermacyln Football;Many Prominent Officials See Battle DENIES REPORT BF INTENDED ALLIANCE (By Aasoelated Press) COLUMBUS. Nov. »7.—Wayne B. Wheeler,- counsel for the antt-aaloaa leagu. of America, denied bere today tbat the organisation to connected wltb the movement to Make Sunday's "dead stUTT or co-operating aa an organisation with tbe Lord's day alliance, dedicated to bringing ebott a more complete obeervatton of the SaJbbath. "The i**1-—'"- leagae to committed to/ ka constitution to oao activity, namely war against ono oall the beverage liquor traffic" Wheeler rt it land As individuals, tbo officers of tko a iso atttsta will co-operate vr* tko movement looking to a moro complete eo. oervatlon of the Sabbath, or tbey win aot accordingly aa thay .tko Individually disposed". Rev. XL A. Straub. of Ada. 4 Methodist minister, ta head of tha Lord's Star alliance. —TONIGHT— Cklckeo gad hot blseait tapper. ROSE CANOY SHOPPE. WANTEO—TYPIST, EXPERIENCED PREFERRED. McCASKBY REGISTER CO. (By Associated Press) NEW TORK. Nov. IT.—The football supremacy gf tko United States army and navy waa tt stake today la tho twenty-third game between the elevens .trom Watt Point and AnnspoHs. Mott Tork WM tke neutral host to tho thousands of Intensely partisan supporters of tho army gray and tko navy blue. Nearly Efty thousand persons d tickets tar the battle ground at tho Polo Grounds .and many thousands ■Ota Mod In vain fer admission. Comparatively few of the coveted pasteboards got Into the hands mt speculators and tbese brought fabulous. * Almost overnight, tko dty became tke center mt officialdom In tke service, rim I stall1 mt Wwir Baker and Secretary tt tke Navy Daniels officially headed taa rival factions. Generals, admirals and leaser lights all the way down to plain batt privates and gobs thronged hotel lphbtes, smart clubs and other gathering places.* Diplomatic Washington sent Its quota of representatives and the society of the couatry was out ln force. Otto of tk* ticket holders wu m distinguished Froaoh General, Robert Georges Nlvelle, "tke savior mt Ver* don." Tks General Pershing was a box holder: Tbe opposing teams were kept In comparative seclusion daring tko morning hours. Both Coach Boh Fol- well mt tke navy and Major Charles Daly of the army expressed confidence la victory on behalf of thetr teams. To impartial observers, the elevens seemed to ko fairly evenly .matched, with- the navy ruling a slight favorite among the betting gentry. A victory for the Annapolis players wffl even up the standing mt tko two academies for of the 22 games played the army has won 11 and the navy 10, with one game ending la a 6 to ( tie. HEAVY SENTENCE * RELEASE SUSPECTS (By Associated Press) CANTON, Nov. 27.—Angelo Zappa- vlgna, accused of tbe marder of liis brother-in-law, Vincent Maranda. Ital- CANTON, Not. 27.—(Special)—One at tke bsavtooi sentences te be handed Ott ta Juvenile coart In maay months Itaa Imposed by Probate Judge Charles Krlchbaum late Friday on Dr. H. W. Hoover, Canton dentist, who was found I Ian banker .and musician, was released guilt/ of eontribaUng to the delta- hy Police Judge Bowman thto after- quency at two girls, Grace and Nellie noon after a preliminary hearing In the McCoy. « case.' Sufficient evidence waa not ln- Dr. Hoover waa .sentenced to serve troduced to show that Zsppavlgna was a term of one year, in ttto Btark county imph a ted ln tbe murder. Dorm laic PONTINE LIFTED CANTON, Nov. 27.—(Special)—The diphtheria quarantine that haa been on tbe eonnty lall for the past week, waa ordered lifted late Friday by Dr. C M Peters, county health commissioner. Dr. Peters said Uiat bo other cases have developed and that tbere to no further danger of a-spread of tbe disease, he quarantine cards weer placed oo the jail laat Friday when George Bausman, a prisoner, waa discovered sick with a bad case of diphtheria. Bailsman is .rapidly recovering ln the hospital at the workhouse, Dr. Peters said Frtday. If the latest threat culture aant to Columbus shows a negative result, JBausmaa will be returned to the J,ail. LEASE CITT PBDPEHTT A five years lease was made today on behalf of tke etty for the building owned by. tbo ctty at the south end of the viaduct to M. J. Zlfan who at present ls lessee of the building. The lessoe serosa ta pay $720 per year rental for tke building fer the term of years ta monthly payments of $60 per month. There were several applicants tor tbe building. CANTON. Nov. 27.—(SpoclaJ)—One of Un biggest road improvement programs ever undertaken by Btark county is scheduled for 1921, according to plana made known Saturday by tbe county commissioners. Tbe program, which to practically completed, calls for the improvement of about 46 miles of oounty and lntercounty highways at an estimated coot of $1,840,000. The alse of the program for next year to accounted tor by the .fact that no roads were built during 182V .because of the unstable condition ef the bond market. Tbe market at tbe present time Is .greatly Improved, and hopes are entertained that the county will havs no 'difficulty In disposing of the bonda at the current rate of Interest. Under an emergency measure passed by the state legislature, counties may offer bonds at 8 percent until October. The program aa prepared by tbe commissioners Includes 88 mile, of oounty roads, the cost of which will be paid by the county, the various townships benefited by the roads and tbe taxpayers, and 10 miles of Inter-oun- ty highways, half of the coat of which will be borne by tbe Mate. A mile of brick road this year will eoet between $40,000 and $45,000, commissioners estimate. Within the next few months, the county wilt offer for sale all of the improvement jobs contemplated in the program. Many of them are short connecting links between highways that ore already paved. Practically all of tbe roads will be built of UHck, but the plans for a few call tor macadam. The 1921 program follows: Masaillon-OrrvlUe, 8 miles; Canal Fulton-North Lawrence, 14 mile; Canton-Canal Fulton, 4 miles; Canton- Mlddlebranch. 2 miles; Marlboro-Hart- ville, 1.6 miles; Hortville-Marlboro, 1.6 miles; Ravenna-Louisville, 4 miles LoulsviUe-Freeburg, $ miles; Alliance- Maxlmo, 1.8 miles; Canton-Bolivar, Na 1, 2 miles; Canton-Bolivar No. X, 24 miles; Georgetown road and 8th street, 1.6 miles; Magnolia-Waynesburg, 8 miles; Waynesburg-Maivern, 1.6 miles; Magnolia village, 1 mile; Brewster village, 1 mile; Maasillon-Mlllersburg. 1.5 miles; and McDonaldsvllle to oounty Une, 1 mile. The intar-county roads are: Navarre- Berlin, section D, 2.6 miles: Navarre- Berlin, section F through Wilmot, 1 mile; Canton-Dover, 1 raOe; Alliance- Minerva, 2 mllea; Minerva to Columbl ana eounty line, .76 mile; .and Canal Fulton to Summit county line, .76 mile. NELSON'S PROPERTY AT STAKE IN SUIT (By Aasoclatsd Press) CHICAGO, Nov. 27.—Property valued ax $160,000 whioh Oscar "Battlfng" Nelson says he earned ta the ring from 1900 to Itlt, Is at stake ln a .suit on file on superior court today by the former lightweight boxer to restrain his brothers and sisters from Interfering with his control of tbe property. Nelson's suit declared that the estate left to him by his •father, waa not entirely his own and that he turned it over to his father during the latter's lifetime to be managed for hlm. The fathers will left lt all to "Bat" and thn suit states that brothers and sisters are seeking a share in the estate. GALL SOLDIERS TO DUTY IN COSL STIIH_ZOIE Troops From Third and Nineteenth Infantry Entrain for West Virginia. MAJOR THOMPSON CALLS ON GOVERNOR Hold' Private Conference Relative to Situation in Disturbed District. -F TO MAKE EXAMINATION worMhoqse. No fine waa imposed, the oourt said, because the defendant waa enable to pay. Dr. Hoover was found guilty on the charge ef si flag intoxl- catlng liquor te minora. DANCE! DANCE! Tke Novelty Oak will give their flrst dance Monday. Nov. 29th. Fes- taring tke Skill Walts. Everybody invited. Mualc by Macks Popular Players. Ell-Mae HalL FOR 8HOE REPAIRING telephone to Segel's. We call por and deliver. JNO extra charge. O. 8. C77J, BaU Me-W. Tailato and Joe Crea, wbo were held as witnessed la connection With the were also released. POTATOES WILL HAVE ANOTHER CAR OF ROUND WHITE WINTER . POTATOES AT $4.10 PER 150-LB. BAQ ON M/ONDAY, NOV. 29 AT PATTERSON STREET UMNO. LEAVE YOUR ORDERS WON A. M. SEGALL. 4, S. 3450, Bell S44-R. ______m iiii MODERN SCHOOL OF DANCING Will teach SB tke latest dances for $K Join oor beginners class Monday, No*. zath. ■Mao Bait (Br JUsoctated Press) COLUMBUS, Nov. 27.—Preliminary physical and mental examinations will be beld here December lt and 14 to select' three candidates .from the Ohio National Guard to take examination (ar West Point, lt was announced today ky* Adjutant General JLayton Otm. petit ors are to report tt tbe .adjutant funeral's office at 10 a nu December IS, and applications are to be la the adjutant generals bands on er before December t. The West Point examinations will be held May L CHABGED WITH LOITERING. (By AaSsoctated Press) CINCINNATI. Nov. IT.—A man Wbo said he waa Professor John A. Bechtell, graduate tt tbe Leipatic University, was arrested here today oa the charge of loitering. The arrest aras made on complaint at Dean Heran Schftelder who said that a man who bad represented himself aa formerly having been a professor at Tale, was trying to obtain money from officials of tbe local University. DIES AT PICTUKK SHOW (Bv Associated Press) MARION, Mew. IT,—When moving picture show attendants went to awaken Abtjap .Sweetland laat night after everyone else had passed out of tbe theatre they discovered be was dead. Death was due to heart disease. Sweetland was a resident of Waldo near here .sad a Civil war veteran. CLEARING HOUSE BANKS. (By Associated Press) NEW TORK. Nov. UT.—The actual condition of clearing house hanks and trust companies for the wee k shows a deficit in actual reserves of 94,085,500 dne to a decrease ln total reserves tt $16,555,800. WE NEED THE SERVICE8 44 A MAN BETWEEN » AMD 50 YEAR8 OF AGE. ONE WHO IS MARRIED AND HAS HAD RECENT GROCERY EXPERIENCE. INQUIRE OF DIX- SON, THE .fL B. FLORY CO, 211 EAST MAIM *% PLAN TO H8L0 CHRISTIAN CITIXENSHIP MEETING Rev. J. R. Wyllle of Pittsburgh, secretary of the National Reform Association, waa In Alliance Friday and Baturday making arrangements for a Christion cltlsenahlp institute to be held here December Uth and ltth. The institute will bs held under the auspices of tbe National Reform association. Jtt is held in the Interest of civic reform. Speakers from the national or- aganlsation will be present tn a number of churches en the morning and evening of tke ltth. A mass meeting will be beld In the afternoon. ' JOINED BT OFFICIALS (By Ataoclated Press) NHW TORK. Nov. IT.—Firemen In tka grimy stoke holds of the steamship Olympic ■—'»»g today far England were Joined by three officials of the National Firemen's and Sailors' Union of Oreat Britain who will help stoke by day and .spend thetr morning with first cabin passenagara The officials who cam. over laat week on tke Aqnltanla are making the round trip to determine for the union the number of mea necessary to man the boilers of oil burning vessels. Since the Cunard Line substituted ofi for ooal of .some of tta shlpa, the firemen bave protested that aa Insufficient number of men are employed. (By Associated Press) CHILLICOTHE, O., Nov. 27. hundred and fifty soldiers of the Third snd Nineteenth Infantry ln command of Colonel Hall of the latter regiment, were to entrain here at noon today tor duty in the Mingo county \V«-.*-i Virginia coal strike zone, railroad officials here said. Major Thompson Arrives. (By Assoelated I'reoa) CXDIRLE8TON, W. Va., Nov. 27.— Major C. F. Thompson, of the general staff of the fifth army area at Fort Benjamin Harrison, ind., reached here thla morning and immediately culled on Governor Cornwell. No announcement was made aa to the purpose of Ills visit but it was unofficially stated that Major Thompson was here in connection with the movement of federal troops Into Mingo county, ordered last night by Major Oeneral Reed. Expect Regular Troops. (By Aassociated Press) CHARLESTON. W. Va., Nov. 27 — Four hundred soldiers of the regular army were expected to arrive at Williamson, W. Va., today for duty ln the Mingo coal strike zone where numerous disorders have occurred during the past week. The troops left Camp Sherman, Chllllcothe, Ohio, early this morning and erere .sent by the government at the request of Governor John J. Corn- well, who .announced that the Mingo Situation was beyond control of the county and state authorities. State Officials here waited today for President Wilson's reply to the governor's request that the former declare the Mingo region under martial law. Ia asking that the aone be placed under military law, the governor said that Mingo authorities believed tho soldiers could not control the situation without martial law. but that he did not concur in this view. A strike of eoal miners has been in progress in the Mingo territory for many months. PYe- quent disorders occurred and finally governor Cornwell called for federal troops. While the soldiers had control In the region, quiet prevailed, but when they were removed, about s(x weeks ago, disorders again became frequent. In the laat week several persona, Including a state trooper were ahot and killed others were wounded, and groups of unidentified persons attacked coal properties. Approve Arrangement. (Hy Associated Press I FRANKFORT, Ky., Nov. 27—If the request is made and it seems necessary for the federal troops sent to the Mingo oounty. West Virginia coal strike sone, to cross tbe West Virginia border Into Kentucky, Oovernor Morrow said today he would approve the arrangement aa lt existed when federal troops were on the border a few weeks ago. That arrangement, which Oovernor Cornwell of West Virginia and the Kentucky governor agreed upon, permitted the federal troops to guard both sides of tbe state border. Equipment aad Munitions. (By Associated Press) CHILLICOTHE. Nov. 27.—Officials at Camp Sherman refused to comment oa the anticipated troops movement. Railroad officials said a considerable quantity of baitgaire, .tentage and ammunition waas loaded early this morning. NEW HOSPITAL QUESTION CANTON, Nov. 27.—(Special)—Tke eonnty health board and tka throe commissioners wll] meet Monday afternoon to take up tbe question of-a now hospital for contagious diseases la this county, Dr. C M. Peters, health commissioner announced Satarday. Although no promises have been made by the" commissioners. It is believed that tbey will co-operate with the .board of health In laying oat a plaa for some kind of relief along that line. BOUNDARIES OF FIUME (By Assoeisted Press) TRIESTE. Mov. M.—Objection to Italy aaad Jugo Slavia fixing tte bound- arles at "Warns without tbe consent at that city akd "contrary to the fundamental prlnc-ples 'tt the International right Of seK-determlnation," haa been sent ln a note to the Italian government through Oeneral Cavlgly by Captain Oabrlele d' Annunsio. A copy of the constitution of this state during the autograph of Captain d" Annunsio was handed to Oeneral Cavlglv with the note. —TONIGHT— Chicken and hot biscuit supper. ROSE CANOY *HOTP*_, SUSTAIN HEAVY LOSS mm, STORES BURN (By Associated Presa) CORK, Nov. 27.—The drapery stores in St Patrick's street here were cora- pletely burned by fire todsy following a number of bomb explosions. The damage is estimated at 50,000 pounds. Reports from .some quarters allege that members of the "black and tans" at tho point of revolvers, prevented the ore fighters operations and later ordered all the volunteer helpers away from the scene. In Tlpperary this fbrenoon the Sinn Fein club rooms were burned. ELEETlFFliiS CANTON, Nov. 2T.—(Special)—As a result of the balloting Friday among members of the Stark County Agrl- caltnral society, the following directors were elected: William Duveil, Lexington township; Lawrence Pau- mier, Nlmlsblllen township; Charles Fromm. Perry township; W. O. Taylor, Canton township; C. L. Snavely Tuscarawas township; M. D. Crowl' Paris township; Hiram VanVoorlili* Sandy township; W. J. Shekels, Wash- lngton township; Oeorge W. Young, Lake township. The flrst Uiree directors were re-elected. All of the men Will serve three years with the exception of the representatives of I^ake and Waahlngton townships, who will serve two years. fea^fe*.q ^. ^.^ -• . _. ; ,^ ^dtt^-aae-U^tt^^j^^,^, . . ^_j_^^*__«^_.
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1920-11-27|
Stark County (Ohio)
Mahoning County (Ohio)
|Date of Original||November 27, 1920|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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