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j*mifi< : • wmm. 1*% Koch day brings Christmas Jnst that m-arh nearer aad with the storee all crowded with fftfts tt ts Impossible not'to get the spirit of making yonr purchases early. The Review advertl,sera are .announcing till of tlie latest idea* for Chrtetraas baying. THE ALLIANCE llMW ASU I.F. A PER ' THE! WKA1HER rnsettletl wtth probable rain tonight and Wednesday. No cliangr* In temperature. Barometer 20.80; temperatnre 42 nt to a. m., clondy. At one o'clock p .m. abaromoter 29.HA; temperature •*•; cloudy. VOL. XXXIH., NO. 131. FOURTEEN PAGES ALLIANCE, OHIO, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1920. THREE CENTS—DELIVERED 15c A WEEK. UNITED SUTES WILL CONTINUE MANUFACTURE OF General Fries Says World War Demons trated Enemy Cannot Be Trusted. WIL NOT LIVE UP TO ANY SET WAR RULES *m\ • w. Will Therefore Continue Chemical Warfare Service to Insure Protection. (By AMocIated Pre..) W.ABHINOTON, Nov. 80— Declarinc that the worM war demoiastrated tlstst "a* aeneniy bent 01 ngtresoion cannot b* truated to live ui '■> -my se' files for war", H:lg.id.e*r -lem ral Autos A. Fries, chief ut iho chwolral warfare aerviee of the array, in bla annual report to Secretary Baker today asserts (hat tha development of thla branch ot the United Statee army to a point "where it ia lmjpoeslble tor any nation to to further" will do much toward deterring otber nations from forcing hostilities against the United States. The country is ln a position to manufacture and deliver on the field of battle more chemicala than any otber nation or croup of nations, General Fries ■aid, adding that tha United Btates baa wisely decided to continue the chemical ^rartare service with sufficient powers .sad funds to develop its possibilities. not for .aggression, but to insure that If Amsrtoon boya must ever again shoulder anas In defense of the liberty af thair country they will do ao on an equal footing with any other nation ao. far aa chemical warfare ls con- cerned". annnnna»»na«n«oa* a 41 tt CONDITION CRITICAL. a a a a (By Th* A. P.) a a AMSTERDAM, Nov. ».—For- a a roer Empress Augusta Victoria of 4 a Oermany, who has saffered two U a heart attacks la the last few a a days, ls ln a critical oondlUon, a a according to the latest bulletin a 11 issued at Doorn Castle, it was a a announced today. tt a « aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa JUSTICE GOULD WILL PISS ON THE CHARGES (Bv Associated Pr.ee) WASHINGTON, Nov. .M.—The Omt Important development ln tha trial here of Jules W. (Nicky) Arnateln on charges of conspiring to bring stolen securities into the district of Columbia was ezpected today ln a ruling promised by Justice Oould of the district supreme I_\.court on the admissibility of certain i at-hdooumen's said to have been .seized \W Pfrom a Waahlngton brokerage firm. , Three members of the firm .are being tried with Arnsteln. Wben the documents, furnished to ths government by Assistant District Attorney Doollng of New Tork, nwl offered fa) evidence at tl* --, opening of tk* Mat yesterday. conaWYor .Arnsteln contended that thetr seizure by the New Tork authorities was a violation of the "constitutional prerogatives" of his client aad moved that the papers be returned to the defendants. Justice Oould promised a ruling on the motion today. RETURNS FROM THREE WEEK'S HUNTING TRIP IN NORTHERN WILDS Dr. J. N. Nelson returned Monday from a three weelc* hunting trip In the wilds ot Northern Minnesota, near the Canadian Una. The doctor went with a party of nine .railroad men oeverai of whom were from New Castle, Pa. Ar- rivlng at Duluth tha party made a railroad trip and what ia known aa a lumber road KO mllea north to an old lumber camp where they made their headquarter-*. Front *lght to ten lnchea of anow waa on th* ground and tbe weather cold, lt being at one time 16 degrees below sero. Thay paid 125 each to the atate of Minnesota for a bunting permit which entitled each of the party to kill one deer aod one moose. Dr. Nel- aon Itilled one deer but got no moose and seen but one, though they are plentiful near where their camp wis located. At Use ahack at the lumber camp Uicy rested of nights but one of the party kept tbe fire going during the night while the rest slept The Camp was near a lake, and the ice on the lake was about ten Inches ln thickness. An az was required to cut a hole through tha ice to tet water for a morning waah. Partridges were vary plentiful and ajfford<ed plenty of meat. An occasional bear waa seen. Squirrels were abundant. When the doctor left for home the weather waa extremely cold and when he arrived in Alliance he atated he felt Uk* he had reached the tropica. He did not gain ln flesh but atated he loat 13 pounds ln his stay of three weeks, but enjoyed the trip ao much that he will again make th* trip next year. Dr. Nelson will have venison for hi* menu some Ume this week, a fawn weighing about one hundred pounds. Lewis Bui-den .alao raturned from hla hunUng trip bringing wilh him a three pound buck. HUNG SUDS' DIES E E Asks That AO. His Business Transaction With Sands Be Investigated. TELLS OF CONTRACT • TO BUILD HOUSE Claims Sands Owes Him $600 for Constructing Work Done on House. GOVERNORS-ELECT ANO GOVERNORS TO MEET IN I . (Br Aaaoctated .Frees) HARRlaSBTTftaH. Ps^ Nov. SO.—Governors-elect from many atates arrived here today for th* annual governor*a conference which opens tomorrow Fifty-four state executive, and -tovernors- atoct. accepted Invitation* to the meet Ing and all at them were expected to attend one or more of th* <sesslons. which wiR contlnu* through Friday. Pennsylvania state officials will act aa un unofficial reception committee and Oovernor and Mrs. William C. Sproul wtll keep open house tonight (att the executive mansion. The housing j sltuaUon ln various states is expected to be among tha Important topics dia- cussed at the conference. (By Anociated Press) NKW TORK. Nov. 30.—A denial that be had ever taken money for influencing the disposition of contracts for machinery by the United Statea shipping board, as charged by T. K. Sands, former Washington bank- or, coupled with a request that all of his business transactions wtth Sands be investigated—"both for my own and my family's sake"—was made before the Walsh Congressional committee today by R. W. Boiling, President Wilson's brother-in-law and now treasurer of the shipping board. .Sands has testified that he received 940,000 from the Downey Shipbuilding Corporauon for representing tt before the board, oat of which he paid money to Mr. Boiling. Mr. Boiling said he had taken a contract tn 1916 to build a house for Sanda and in making a settlement had foregone any profits. "I volunteered to cancel my share of this chare*, ($600), whioh represented most of the profit I had expected to make oa the satire transaction," Mr. Boiling said in his state maat, "because of their unpleasant attitude. Mr. Sands gave me bis not* for this $600. "A short Ume after this Mr. Sands told me that he had made, Off wonld make $1,000 ln thla transacUon and that,ha waa going to 'take car* of ma' I told him I wonld accept nothing. He then mentioned tha $600 which he sUU owed me ta fb* connection wtth tha changes made ia his hou.se, saying Uiat ho ted aot forgotten tt and would pay It, which he did." "I have no knowledge of where thla money paid me by Mr. Sanda earn* from. "Mr. Sands also made me a loan of $300 on May 21, 1918 for which I gave hlm my note. Thi* wss repaid by me to him July 14, 1119. This represents every eaat Mr. Sands haa paid me since December 31, 1917. "Of the $49,000 which Mr. Sands says was pdid for procuring contracts DANCER'S $100,000 JEWELS AND GOWNS HELD BY OFFICIALS EPIDEMIC TAKE ITS COURSE SIV Twelve New Cases Have Developed Since Sunday, and Many Seriously UL nnsitnttntinsntttisii MAKE NO PROPOSAL. ISSUE CALL TO HOLD CONFERENCE Miss Lenora Hughes, American danc- [ the pleasure of taking them ashore. er of note, who recently returned from She tailed to declare her Jewels and v..~... u.a ...a.. .. „~,^..~. _i,v. clothing and these wero taken in Europe, had quite an experience with chnrg,%y ^nm, offlciala, who par- customs officials. Miss Hughes, who [ mitted her to take away some of her ls here on a visit and expects to return things la a amall handbag. She said to Europe shortly, arrived with a ward- ' she had been advised by fellow pass- robe of Jewels and gowns valued at j engera not to pay duty on ber belong- $100,000. But, aa ahe saya, "the Ig- logs, aa aha Intended to take them right noranc* of the law** deprived her of. back to Europe with har. TO LEAD PURPLE IN 1921 At a meeting of the vareity football taaaa this morning, Henry Wagner ot Bellalre waa elected captain of the team tar tha year 1 mi. The meeting waa presided over by Captain Earl McCaskey. Tha vote waa IS to 3. Wagner Is a Junior. Ba played half baok on the rax ally thla .season .and was .acting captain of Um taaaa a hen Captain McCaakey waa out of the gome with Injuries. He .haa played three year*, one ef the aeaaona bring on the S. A. T. C team. "Heinle" as h. 1* hatter known to the football fana, ta cool under fire and .should mak* a aplendld leader for the purple. ■*'•*.*•;'■ m CITT HALL AFIRE (By j**si I.led Preee) NBW TORK. Not. I*.—Sixteen ef the twenty members of th* Employing Metallic Purring and Lathing Association ware attested today on a ohatu-ge of destroying evidence needed by tka leglsla- Ive oommittee Investigating the "bulldlag traet". They pleaded not guilty whan arraigned la the court of general aosulons held !■ $1,000 ball each. REVOLUTION MAT BREAK OUT III EOATEMALA (By Aaaoclated Pram) WASHINGTON, No*>. SO.—Reporta Of a threatened revolution to Guatemala have ben received In official circle* here, lt waa learned today. Tb* Herrera goTwnmesl hss been unable to collect the anas aad ammunition secretly distributed prior to the revolution which overthrew Estrada Cabrera and mora munitions .are -said to have been smuggled lato the country reoenUy. '. Chief opposition to th* government •according to the report. Ig la "tha high eountry," tha mountainous regions, where tat montha there haa been talk of secession. in anonymous letter coupled with threats that unless something was doae to stop <the proceedings of the department of Justice against Mr. Sands, that my name woald be brought Into it - "I feel that tt ia unnecessary for me to say that I never, ky wort or deed tiled la .any way to assist tb* Providence Engineering Corporation or any other company, to procure a contract. "Mr. Boiling aald that the committee woald find available an anonymous letter addressed to W. O. MeAdoo, former secretary of the treasury ahd all other records ln connection with the affair." Ponzi Pleads Guilty and Is Given a Five Year Sentence To Plymouth County Jail (By A»ocl»t«d Presa) BOSTON, Nov. 30.—Charles Ponsl. promoter of tts* quick rich .scheme to which thousand, of persons Invested mill lor* of dollars before It collapsed laat Awruat, pleaded guilty to using the moils to a achemo to defraud, tn the federal dlatrlct court today. Sentence of five yeara in tha Plymouth county Jail waa imposed by Judge Hale. Tbe oourt took into cou- never heard until it was menUoned «lderaaUon on the first count of one indictment at tarty four counts, in Whioh lt wsa charged that Ponzl had represented falsely that he waa able to pay Interest at the rate of 60 percent in 4S days from profits made ln international -postal reply coupons. In .arguing the question of sentence, i he faced tho court. He was tbe .same dapper man-about-town whsa he stopped from th* Cambridge Jail tbla morn- ' mc aa In th* days when he wa* th* idol of th* street crowds. A new tall- a ored ault, amort cravat, handkerchief ln J breast pocket and feet adorned with spots made l'onzi again a man of pres- I ence. Aa he faced another long pria- j on sentence while hi* youthful wife | .sobbed on bis shoulder, be pencilled on I a memorandum block his parting worda to tbe public "Sic Transit gloria mun- i dl", (Thus passes the glory of the world, and handed it to th* press. Pleads UaUty. Wben ha wsnt up to the bench to plead a moment later he was emphatic wben he .sold "I do" to the clerk's Health Officers and Physicians in Northeastern Ohio Called to Salem. SALEM, Nov. SO.—Total number of fever cases to date S6&. New cases reported Monday at one o'clock developed in previous twenty lour hours 12. lt seems tbe decision of the Medical staff at work here thot tbe epidemic must run Ite course, with care being token to have the city placed in as good a sanitary condition aa possible. Dr. Brondeau bas issued a call to all health officials In Northeastern Ohio to meet in Salem next Thursday to study conditions os they exist here and learn the means of prevention of the disease, ita cure and the problem of nursing. It la expected Or. Freeman of Columbua will attend this meeting. Dr. Henry Chriatian of Harvard, who arrived here Saturday afternoon will remain bere for an Indefinite Ume. Dr. Christian has mode no final report bat lt is said that he inclines to the belief that there ore several cases of Intestinal poisoning, closely allied to typhoid fever among critical cases. His report upon this quesUon la .anxiously awaited. All of the five hospitals remain filled except Emergency hospital No. 4, where there are several empty cots. Five nurses from Cleveland who have been ln charge of shop patients at tbe request of shop owners are expecting to return home at the cloee of the week. The number of critical eases remains about as reported Monday. No deaths were reported today and no change in tbe sltuaUon to report. (By The A. P.) QENBVA, Nov. 30.—The Japanese delegation will not make any proposal for racial equality at thla session of the assembly of the league of nations; It was announced by Viscount Ilsbll at this morning's session of the assembly. «»«o«Tinno»n«a««: DELEGATION RETURNS FROM ATTENDING TRE Daryl Everett, Harold Crltser. Paul Lyon, Ralph Hendershot. Roes Haines. James Vaa Horn, JDuone Gamble and Secretary E L. Bandy returned Monday from Lima where the Ohio Older Boya conference of the Y. M. C. A. waa held November 27, 28 and 29. Over 800 boy. and leaden from the varloua cltle. ahd counUe. of the state wore In attendance This was the largest boys' conference ever held ln the state. Thcro are 79 Hl-Y clubs ln Ohio of wblch Alliance High ls one. Dr. Ozora Davis of jChlBORO, Mr, II. W. Gibson of Boston. Mr. Tom Lanhsm of Columbia, S. C, and Dr. Rloe of Detroit, were the lead- ling speakers on the program. The Lima Klwanla club gave a ban- jquet for the boys on Friday evening. The churches provided Saturday noon and evening meals. Mnst ot the boys ware entertained In Lima homes. Tbe Allianre delegate, gave reports at the meeting of the HI Y elub last evening. They all expressed themselves %s thoroughly enjoying the good thing* which they reoeived and heard at Lima. The committee on entertainment announced that a ploy would be nut on at the State .street .school December 22 for the benefit of the club. Questions Settled in Committee Must Be Settled By Assembly on Floor. UNANIMOUS VOTE IS REQUIREMENT May Not Reach Economic Blockade in This Session of Assembly. Daniel H. Coaaghley. .senior counwl for j question whether be wished to change FAILED TO CONVENE (By Aaeoeiated Preaa) HAVANA, Nov. to*—Failure et tta Cuban congress to convene aad enact Ic-glelatlon necessary to relieve tbe ex- latin* fi—»*»i .situation to Cube was given yeat-siliy by President Menoool tM (be reason ter extending tbe Cuban mo tort um until December 11. The de- ore* whleh waa .signed yesterday, was sut pentad to ba gazetted today. PIGS WANTED. Wa buy Ught pigs at good prices, 25 tm 99 pounds most desired. Shreve A Myers. O. 4 44-X. Damascus. DAYS TILL CHRISTMAS. SHOP NOW. READ THS ADS- STATE SUPREME COURT CALLER 0P0NTO DECIDE (By Assoc nt .d Press) COLUMBUS, Nor. 10.—Tb* atata sa- sresne court will be palled npon te render a decision la th* aoatroraray ovsr the question ot whether Obto chiro- practera ahail be forced to take examinations before practicing tbetr professions aa yesterday tba daa* whioh haa been pending to the lower cerate Cor -Mme time warn taken that** aa appeal. Cuyahoga oounty common pleaa oourt held wttk tb* ehlropiautara whll* the oourt at appeals ruled with th* medical board which lias beea demanding an era m*na*Mon. FOP CUB BN ROBBERIES (By Aaeeelated Prsea) TOUNGSTOWN, Nov. M.—Wtth tl roabberiee reporte yesterday morning polioe lost night .arrested 101 persons ta aa anU-crime crusade with tha result that not a single robbery or holdup waa reported thia morning. PLEAD NOT GUILTY (By aaaoclated Vrtmt BELFAST. Nov. IA—TU* etty hah at Cork waa aat oa Sr* thla morning and reports from tbat city atato to* Thomaa Ashe Sinn Fain clnb aad tlje Charlotte quay are abl.se. Much damage has been done. It to atated. ATTBMPT8 SUICIDE. (By Aaaoclated Preaa) TOLEDO, Nev. to.—A young woman, so far known only by 'tb. name Belle I* ta a serious condition ta a local hoapltal following har attempt last night to aod her life by poison. She waa found unconacioaa by a moid. A man giving athe name af Horry Lee, alleged to .bar** been in tbe hotel with tba COMMUNIST LEADERS ENGAGE IN HURT (By a ■Belated Presa) _\_$ BOLOGNA, MALT, NOT. to IT munist leaders plotted te tabs possesion of the dty i su.*allf' said tba attack upon membera otf th* municipal oouncll ln thia olty a week waa ta baaa bean oa* of th* first steps ta tto) movement, it I* declared by toa poliee. lba authorities assert thay hove gathered "aufflclasnt proof* of the communist conspiracy. Prof. Bldone, a communist .alderman, waa ai tailed today for complicity ta the murder ot Deputy Giordano, one of thoae killed during to* ■****t*t% on th* oouncll. Blgnori Pint, tu allseed Bolshevik teacher, were alao arrested today utter a pitched battle With the police. All belonged to an alleged "Bolshevik general .staff' aad aaa accused of complicity In tbe murder of Deputy Giordano. OPPOSES JAZZ (By Assorts lsd Preaa) LONDON, Ms*. St.—-No girt Is going to Joss hsistdf Into has yen." aaM tbe vtoar of tbe Hempstead Garden eub- urbk the Rev. JB. B. Bourcbier IB denouncing What be called Ste widespread •plrlt of frivolity. "I .am no kill-Joy." he aaya, "but a giddy and flippant people can never carry the harden of Eng iand'a Empire. National frivolity cos only issue ia noUonal collapse." DR. GROVEB WILL 8PKAK. Dr. Delo C Orover, of BeMwto-Wbl- torn college, Berea, wm be the speaker at th* men's maaUng art the First Presbyterian church, Friday evening. Dr. Graver, who eerved tbe church ae supply mlalater several years ago, to Sto oaly honorary member of tbe Stanton Bible his plea of not guilty, and was equally assertive aa he mode the plea, "guilty" to loud tones ln the next breath. Then Ponzi leaned over, resting hia head on hia arm. Whlta hs listened to his counsel's plea fer a light sentence. Fonal will begin hia sentence at the cou*.ty Jail ta Plymouth with 85 counta of the federal Indictments against him OB file and with charges of larcency Canada and this country | in many counts outstanding agalnat him to the state courts. Hs is daa atea ta teaOS his creditors, of whom tbere ara more than JJ.00O tm December t, when he will be subject to the tnterro- gattona aa to what he did With tha millions entrusted to him of which his props of income from investors were federal receivers have been able to re- pulled oat had aa air of swagger whsa I trieve only o small part. Ponzi told Uie court that It waa only after advice trom counsel and mem tiers to* Ste discredited financier's r»awmy that he am mid to retract his plea of not guilty and pleaded .guilty Instead. Had Mo latent Ta DefraaA - "Mr. Ponzl insisted ond still insists that there wtu to hla mind no intent to defraud dny one", hi* counsel .said. Ihe little Italian, who with prison sentences ta behind him, developed his supposed scheme of exchang* to international postal .reply coupons to proportions that mad* him a marked figure ta Ansae* oaly to hav* Ma houae of easy money topple over on blm whea th* EIND MEMBERS OF CREW DE (By Associated Preaa) tUATZIA Washington. Nor. to— Two pat siring member* ef the arew et the aliasing baat* W. J. Plrri* aad tbe body at a third war* found by an Indian searching party near Cap* Johnson. Washington, laat nig^t, according 1 Ho a telsaiam from Clallam Bay, Waah., to the BastUe Merchant* Exchange, re- ce-tvad today. Tbs Indians arrived at Clallam Bay today bringing the new* ot Mta.flndlng of th* two sailors ths mesuage aald. They were unable to find .any liana of the barge, which when laat aeen carried 21 peraone including tha captains wtt* sad baby. FIX HEAVY BOND Bailey's Dancing School. New tana far beginners Satarday. 7:00 p.m. Regular donee Wedneaday and Saturday. Thayer's Orcheetra. * LOST—BUNCH OF CANCELLED CHECKS ON Ht I UHWli BANK CO. FOR MONTH OF SEPT. REWARD. CHAS. S. BIERY. a 4. M*, SELL XW. tMt .Aaaoelatad Preas) COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa, ttta. »*.— Keith Collins, .arrested In Oklahoma for complicity to th* .recent iul*l**_ji at a Chicago Burlington .and Qulney mail ttt to which the robbers got more tbaa $1,0*0,000 la currency and .eecur_Ue* waa arraigned before O. S Commissioner E. A. Byers. today, waived examln- atlon ead waa bound over, hla bead being aflxed at ttttt thousand dollara Collins atlll under heavy guard, was taken ill MN WANTS POSITION fl jMMilsim Prise) TOLEDO. Star. 10.—The street mil- way tuuiinlsston cir.at.-d nasar tba Mllner aost-ptas ordlnanoe todsy received an opplaV alias ******* * woman for tba position of -atty traction mniiiiliialsssw MP-asms waa net glvtm aafta mm mm* plications are .confidential. * , •jatWOTT AStotVED— WON EN'S « BUCK LE ARCTICS, THE LATEST FAD. ECONOMY SHOS STORK, OM 1MB SQUARE. GOLDEN RULE EMPLOYES WILL SURRENDER JOBS TO UNEMPLOYED TOR MONTR (By Associated Press) CINCINNATI, Nov. SO.—Th* flv* handled employes of th* Nash Cloth-. ing Manufacturing company, in thla city, which ia operated on the "golden rule" basis today at a meeting decided to voluntarily surrender their jobs foa a month, either January or Februai*jf; In order to give work to tha unemployed of other clothing factories. They took that action aftar Arthur Nash, former minister and president of ths company, hod stated that clothing manufacturers were closing In all parts of the eountry and that thousands were being thrown out of employment. A committee ot employes drew up the resolution in which they offer to make tbe sacrifice for others. They aim agreed that tf It waa neceaaary to reduce wages ln order to bring (town the prices it clothing and stimulate business, that those earning more than $5 a day would be the first to consent to a reduction. JILTED SUITOR SHOOTS GIRL ANDJLLS SELF (By Aaaoclated Preaa) CLKVKLAND, Mar. 10.-—Mlaa Bunks* Due-combe, IJ, to ta a loeal hospital today,' her spine shattered by a revolver bullet .tired laaat night by Ralph Bwolm, BL af Akron her boyhood sweet- heart, because abe rejected hla company and chose to seek a career ln mualc aad art ahe told police. Slusli lana aay she has a flghUng chance to fearer. Immediately after shooting th* gM, Swaim shot **■*•»"»'* through the head, dying almost lnatantly. The abootlng occurred ln tbe vestibule at an apartment bouse where Miss Duncombe Uvea. Swaim aad Miaa Duncombe were former school mate, tn Akron. ASSASSIN INFLICTS FATAL INJURIES (By Associated Preaa) GUATEMALA CITT, GUATEMALA. Nor. 20.—Francisco Cardenas, former genera] in the Mexican army and so cused of the assassination of Preaident Francisco Madero In February, 1911, Inflicted fatal Injuries upon himself today. Cardenas confessed in 1115 to having aosasasstnoted Madero and also Pino 8ua- rea. vie* president of Mexico, during the Madero administration. WHISKY SAVED From Deerfleld cornea the report tbat a track loaded with 100 quarts of whlaky from Pittsburgh anroute to Cleve- land. was spilled near Deerfield wben tlie truok upsef_ Dm whisky was saved with toa ex«-epUon of tt quarts which ln aSocne manner took a flight and haa not been found. Tbe truck driver I* aaid to have been drunk when the truck turned turtle. FIRMER COMMITS SUICEDB (By Aaaoclated Proa*) MARION, Nor. M.Sold to hare been brooding over Bl health. J.ooob Kenyon, SO years old, farmer, committed satdds. pf* Waldo today. Harvey Kenyon, his fa thsr. was murdered at Waldo JM yeara aga WANTED —OOOD STEADY RCLI ABLE MSN FOR RETAIL MILK WACOM. QOOD WAGES. APPLY BETWEEN 12:00 ANO 4:00 P. M. SUPREME DAIRY CO- EAST OHIO LUMP COAU «8.S0 BORTON'S COAL YARD. BELL 414 OPEN CONFERENCES (By Ansoel.ted Press) SAN SALVADOR, REPUBLIC OF SALVADOR, Nov. 2».—ITellmlnory conference* Incident to the formation of the proposed Central American Un ton were opened at Ban Joae, Costa RI cs, yesterday morning, according to a dispatch .from that etty. Delegates from the fire central republics to the meet Ing were received ln audience by Pres Ident Acosta. MAKE INVESTIGATION (By Anociated Presa) TOLEDO, Mew. W.—Police here today are inveetlgotlng circumstance, surrounding the death last night of J. B. Martin, proprietor of a asoft drink place aad ths poisoning of Ellle Christie of Bllssfleld, Mich, who was found uncon- satoad in th* room where Martin* body waa discovered. Two boules, one containing denatured alcohol and the othar an alcoholic beverage, were In tbe hotel room. The woman la stni un- oot-isciou* Letters were found Indicating her lore for Martin and bints of tRCBKASB BATBS . (By Associated Press) COLUMBUB, Nov. SO.—Th* State Publlc UttliUes Commission today authorised Increasaed business pbone rates ta Toledo, asked tor by the Ohio State Telephone company. Reeident rates are aot .affected. DANCE. Hall's colored singing orchestra of Columbus at Bailey's Thursday night. Bverybody welcome. —att— " DAY8 TILL CHRISTMAS. SHOP NOW. READ THE ADS- GUARD AGAINST AHACK ON PUJLIUUILDINGS (By Asaoclated Press) NEW YORK, Nov. 30.—Public bufld- ln£H In London and in many of the. other large cities of England were closely guarded against apprehended Sinn Fein attacks by heavy detachments of police and detecUves limt night. In thla city the patrol was not limited to the streets, hut armed motor boats moved up aad down the Thames ln front of parliament buildlnga. With Downing Street and ite immediate neighborhood shut off from the rest of the olty by a high fence, which was constantly under the eyes of uniformed men, and with the parflamont building sentineled gUMrilineat sections of London today assumed ttaa .atmosphere of aa armed camp. BLAMES TRADE ONION FDR ROUSE SHORTAGE (By Assooiated Press) LONDON. Nov. SO.—Dr. Christopher Addison, Minister of Health, blames the trad<es unions in part for the shortage of houses ln England. In on article ln the Times be points out that there hue beefl a great .shrinkage of bricklayers, carpenters, masons sad other brurtchee of the building trades and says there are now not enough men ln these trades to do the work. Tet, he adds, there are thousands outside of the trades who are unemployed but lf an attempt were to be mode to use them ln bulldlag houses **we are faced with the trade union bar.*' The unlona contend that lf thair numbers are un daly inflated now, the unemployment among them v. ill be even greater than erar when the present demand for home, haa heen satisfied. Admitting this. Dr. 4^H*i tuka: "In the face of Sto naUonal demand for houses. In the face of the widespread of unemployment tunong ex- service men and others, can any trade union maintain its restrictions? Can on* olaas, on* trade, permanently stand ia tbe path at tba community .and in ita own class interest bar the way to progress, prosperity, and resettlement? Tha atate which will submit to such action ls saddling Itaelf with a .section- aSl tyranny." SOIL TO CLOSE - SIRES AND CABARETS (By Associated Pren) CHICAGO, Nor. 10.—Sulta to oom pel the_cloelng of M mor*.* saloons, cab- arete and drug stores charged with selling Intoxicating liquor wars ready to be filed today by attorney general Brundage of Illinois. Included in tba list ars two ot tbs most notorious "black and tan" cafes In ths atty. "Tbe drive to force closing of placea Belling Intoxicants le declared especially at tba biaok aad taa" reeorta Attorney Brundage .sold, quoUng o letter from a down state colored attorney predicting race trouble tf they are allowed to remain open. .P.O. Bartered a Stroke ef Paralysis at MlM This Moratog. Health Officer Dr. P. C Ramsey of Booth ..areh arenue had a . paralytic .stroke while at bla bome at 10:30 o'clock thia morning and remained ta a semi conscious oondlUon. Dr. Ramsey had no premonitions at tbe approaching atroka and had been In hia usual good health and pleasant mood until the stroke came upon him. Hla recovery ls .assured but It may be some time befor? he la able to resume his pracUce. DECREASE RATE (By Aaaoclated Preaa) , AKRON Nov. to—Directors of tbo Firestone Tba aad Rubber company today notified common .stock holders that the dividend payable December SO would be at the rate ef t par cent a year Instead of 8 percent. Thia ia ta line wtth tbe conaservaUve p>ollcy adopted by tbe company to conserve caah ra* .sources during the present readjustment period, the notification .sold. (Hy Associated Press! GENEVA. Mov. S».—Many delegates to the meeting of tho assembly of the League of Nations regard the coming week as the most critical period In th.* hlatory of tlio orgainlzation. Questions which have heen .settled in committees by a majority vote mi r stubborn contests in some cases, must be decided in the assembly by a unanimous vote. The only exception Is In the caso of the election of iew members and amendments. If the assembly proves capable of agreeing without a dissenting vote qn the difficult problems lo he placed before It during Ihe next few days it will in the estimation of some of the Lading members, havo passed a most dangerous point. The council of the league was en- gagod during its entire session yesterday with the question of mandates and could not proceed to tho election of a successor to Sir Reginald Tower as high commissioner at Danzig. It seems probable thot definite solution of tho Question relative to tho economic blockade will not be reached nt this session Of the assembly. A resolullon passed by tbe sub-committee on blockades yesterday proposed that an International commission on blockades be appointed by tbe council and this body shall report to the assembly the measures it would put into effect agalnat an aggressor faction. The expected debate on Uie failure of the council to Intervene for prevention of the war between Poland and soviet -Russia has been put over to Friday's .wwston. The report of the committee on amendments to the covenant was expected to contain a recommendation that a commission be appointed to Whleh all amendments proposed should be referred for study and reported upon to the next assembly, which lt now ls considered will certainly be held during the summer or early fall. Huch a committee would have sufficient latitude to consider any propositions eman- atlng from the United States. Some of the delegates hove, considered the advisability of giving the committee tho express authority to- enter Into negotiations wtth Washinirton at a favorable moment. CLAIM FORMER GERMAN NAVAL OFFICERS ARE IN (By Associated Preas) LONDON, Nov. 30.—Former German naval officera, even those who served on German warship, in the battle of Jutland, are ln disgrace in Germany. (My some of those who have arrived here. Tip captain of a cruiser which fought ln the Jutland battle and a German naval lieutenant name into thu Thames, the other day as officera ot a BWllsh cargo boat. Both aald lt was almost Impossible for former naval officers to make a living ln their own country. "We are considered to he tn disgrace," aald one. "Tbe business community believes that the fleet betrayed the fatherland and caused Its ruin, and the result ia Uiat no German trailer or ship owner wtll employ us. Many of us, therefore, bave been forced to take service abroad and several hove found employment ln tbe .American mercantile marina" TD GIVE ENTERTAINMENT Tlie Council of the Chriatian ehurtwt met Monday evening for the regular session. The members decided to have Christmas entertainment for tbe Junior and Primary departments with a treat to follow. Tbe other departments will observe the White Christmaa gift custom and at the .same time will have a decision day a_«rvlce. The ciaaa taught by C L Halne. was present at the meeting and this class Is organizing on orchestra for Uie servicee In the Tabernacle. The CouneU favored heartily the plan and voted t70 towards the purchase of a piano for tba tabernacle. KITCHEN NCLP WANTED VICTORIA CAFETERIA. AT J. ADVERTISING DRIFT . TOWARD NEWSPAPERS The westeia office of the Bureau of Advertising has been tn touch with a manufacturer. 35 per cent of whose large appropriation has always gone Into the naUonal magazines. Next year the newspaper advertising will be more than doubled. Oas of the significant considerations in connection with this development M the fact that the advertising agency handling the account, although never heretofore a vigorous advocate of newspapers, was an Important factor ln effecting the Increase of the newspaper appropriation, EAR CORN. KINO BEE 'A WANTED—10 TONS ALSO BALED STRAW. MILLING Ca I ---'^'-•ji!_.:_-_
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1920-11-30|
Stark County (Ohio)
Mahoning County (Ohio)
|Date of Original||November 30, 1920|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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nearer aad with the storee all crowded with
fftfts tt ts Impossible not'to get the spirit of
making yonr purchases early. The Review
advertl,sera are .announcing till of tlie latest
idea* for Chrtetraas baying.
THE ALLIANCE llMW
ASU I.F. A PER '
rnsettletl wtth probable rain tonight and
Wednesday. No cliangr* In temperature.
Barometer 20.80; temperatnre 42 nt to a. m.,
clondy. At one o'clock p .m. abaromoter
29.HA; temperature •*•; cloudy.
VOL. XXXIH., NO. 131.
ALLIANCE, OHIO, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1920.
THREE CENTS—DELIVERED 15c A WEEK.
General Fries Says World
War Demons trated Enemy
Cannot Be Trusted.
WIL NOT LIVE UP
TO ANY SET WAR RULES
Will Therefore Continue
Chemical Warfare Service
to Insure Protection.
(By AMocIated Pre..)
W.ABHINOTON, Nov. 80— Declarinc
that the worM war demoiastrated tlstst
"a* aeneniy bent 01 ngtresoion cannot
b* truated to live ui '■> -my se' files
for war", H:lg.id.e*r -lem ral Autos A.
Fries, chief ut iho chwolral warfare
aerviee of the array, in bla annual report to Secretary Baker today asserts
(hat tha development of thla branch ot
the United Statee army to a point
"where it ia lmjpoeslble tor any nation to to further" will do much toward deterring otber nations from forcing hostilities against the United States.
The country is ln a position to manufacture and deliver on the field of battle more chemicala than any otber nation or croup of nations, General Fries
■aid, adding that tha United Btates baa
wisely decided to continue the chemical
^rartare service with sufficient powers
.sad funds to develop its possibilities.
not for .aggression, but to insure that
If Amsrtoon boya must ever again
shoulder anas In defense of the liberty af thair country they will do ao on
an equal footing with any other nation
ao. far aa chemical warfare ls con-
tt CONDITION CRITICAL. a
a (By Th* A. P.) a
a AMSTERDAM, Nov. ».—For- a
a roer Empress Augusta Victoria of 4
a Oermany, who has saffered two U
a heart attacks la the last few a
a days, ls ln a critical oondlUon, a
a according to the latest bulletin a
11 issued at Doorn Castle, it was a
a announced today. tt
JUSTICE GOULD WILL
PISS ON THE CHARGES
(Bv Associated Pr.ee)
WASHINGTON, Nov. .M.—The Omt
Important development ln tha trial here
of Jules W. (Nicky) Arnateln on charges of conspiring to bring stolen securities into the district of Columbia was
ezpected today ln a ruling promised by
Justice Oould of the district supreme
I_\.court on the admissibility of certain
i at-hdooumen's said to have been .seized
\W Pfrom a Waahlngton brokerage firm.
, Three members of the firm .are being
tried with Arnsteln.
Wben the documents, furnished to
ths government by Assistant District
Attorney Doollng of New Tork, nwl
offered fa) evidence at tl* --, opening of
tk* Mat yesterday. conaWYor .Arnsteln
contended that thetr seizure by the
New Tork authorities was a violation
of the "constitutional prerogatives" of
his client aad moved that the papers
be returned to the defendants. Justice Oould promised a ruling on the motion today.
RETURNS FROM THREE
WEEK'S HUNTING TRIP
IN NORTHERN WILDS
Dr. J. N. Nelson returned Monday
from a three weelc* hunting trip In the
wilds ot Northern Minnesota, near the
Canadian Una. The doctor went with
a party of nine .railroad men oeverai of
whom were from New Castle, Pa. Ar-
rivlng at Duluth tha party made a railroad trip and what ia known aa a lumber road KO mllea north to an old lumber camp where they made their headquarter-*. Front *lght to ten lnchea of
anow waa on th* ground and tbe weather cold, lt being at one time 16 degrees
below sero. Thay paid 125 each to the
atate of Minnesota for a bunting permit which entitled each of the party to
kill one deer aod one moose. Dr. Nel-
aon Itilled one deer but got no moose
and seen but one, though they are plentiful near where their camp wis located. At Use ahack at the lumber camp
Uicy rested of nights but one of the
party kept tbe fire going during the
night while the rest slept The Camp
was near a lake, and the ice on the
lake was about ten Inches ln thickness.
An az was required to cut a hole
through tha ice to tet water for a
morning waah. Partridges were vary
plentiful and ajfford