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I Th* Review reeefvaa the fan repert ef Tbo international New* Servtee. giving the newe of the *ntlr* world th* him day. <oT AND LEADER Weather: Fair and continued wane tonight and Thuraday. B*rometer 29.30 Indicating fair; temperature 87, partly cloudy. V*&* XXVm, NO. 248. ALLIANCE, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JULY-*! 2,1916. TWO CENTS. alliance boys soon to leave FOB THE FfiOHT Eighth Regiment Is Expect ed to Leave Thursday . for Border. NEED ONLY SOCKS TO BE PREPARED TO SET HER MONEY AND AHHESTJILTER Mrs. Gortntd-? Hrwwpr S«» cures Clue Which Will Enmesh Gehides. SECOND CHAPTER TO THE THEFT OF $825 Funston Asks for Ohio Troops to Move as Soon as Possible International News Bureau, Camp Willis, O.. July 12.—-Brigadier Oeneral John C. Speaks today predicted that the fourth, fifth and sixth regiments dt -Infantry, constituting the seoond brigade, which he commands, will be enroute to tbe border by the end of tbe week.* Tae prediction was based on a telegram received today from Ad' f 'it Fitch ot the western department, \;i- cago: "Oeneral Funston requests thai commanding officers of Ohio regiment* that have not left your camp wire whether or not they are equipped with machine guns." This message was interpreted by camp officials to Indicate that Oeneral Funston has asked for the Ohio troops aa quickly as possible and that orders for movement by regiments had been prepared ahd would be flashed from Chicago aa soon as Major R. W. Mearns, chief mustering officer, report ed them "reasonably prepared." . Eighth Soldiers Need Bock* Major Mearns today aatd the eighth regiment commanded by Col. E. C.Voll rath, ot Bucyrus, would be reported "reasonably prepared," as soon as socks are furnished to the men. Major John S- Shetler, of the quartermaster's department was expecting the socks today. - .'Vi'u Allianc* Bey* May Leave Thuraday Oeneral Speaks expects tbe eighth to move Thursday, the fifth under Col- on*l C. X. Zlmerman, of Cleveland, Friday; and tba fourth under Colonel B. Is. Bargar, ef Columbus, Saturday. Phy«lcal * examination of the fourth was commenced today, company A. ot Cardlngton, betBg marched to the head quarters of federal physicians immediately after breakfast; The fifth was scheduled to get Ita federal ordinance today as well aB quartermaster supplies while the man of the fourth will be supplied as soon da they are certified a* accepted. It la practically certain tbat with the aecond brigade will go the first fleld hospital corps under Major Frank W. Henley, et Cincinnati and one ot the ambulance companies, probably the first, under Captain Wilson, of Toledo. The cavalry and artillery will either follow or accompany the second brigade lt I* thought Tlie third regiment under Colonel A. L. Hubler of Dayton, was bring mustered into federal servlee today. Company F.. under Captain L. S. Conelly of the Cleveland Grays was certified to Washington today as fl*. for service. The official approval is expected at once. Mustering of the second under Colonel J. Ouy Deming of Ada, ia to follow. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Accused Man Sends Trunk Check and His Directions Here. Another chapter has been enacted in the story published In the Review of July 1st, which told of the misfortunes of Mrs. G. L. Hoover who came to thia city from Altoona, Pa., as she supposed to marry a man named O. F. Gehides but whp she saya committed a breach of trust and Instead of marrying her absconded with $825 of her money.' Aa related before, the woman kept a'boarding house and had the man as a boarder. After some time he began paying attentions to her and proposed that she sell her lntereet ln the business and go west with him with tt|e intention of being married. They arrived in Alliance Thursday, June 29th, and registered at the Hotel Lexington as Mr. and Mra. O. F. Gehides. The money mentioned abOve was placed ln the safe. The next morning the man secured the money and departed and that waa the last beard from him until Tuesday, July 11th, when a letter to the Adams Express Company enclosed a check 'j a trunk brought by the couple Sd money to pay storage for the aame during the period that lt had been left at the baggage room. Word was communicated to the police and to the woman and the latter, upon legal ad vice, went to the office ot Juatlce W. L. Crubaugh and began replevin nro- ceedtags. She stated that th ..unit pret her property and that' the contents belonged to her with tho exception of d suit of clothing which was the property of the man. The trunk was saodred and taken to the office ot Justice Crubaugh to await further Instructions. It is understood that Mra. Hoover left Tuesday night for Chicago with the expectation of meeting Gehides or A. Girder, the name en whleh the replevin action was based. What the outcome of the meeting will be can not. be foreseen as under the laws of Ohio It Is believed that the woman haa lit* tie recourse as the case was one of misplaced confidence resulting ln a breach of trust and which may be difficult to settle in a legal way. It la possible that some agreement may be reached by tbe couple. POTTERY CUT RATE • GALLEDJUSTIEUBLE Washington, July 12— The interstate commerce commission to-day declared justified, increase ranging from 25 t 35 cents a ton on clay from Florida producing points to tbe potteies of Ohio, West Virginia and Penna. Recieved the complaint of five principal coal mining companies of West Virginia, attacking demurage charges of the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton, the Hocking Valley and other railroads on coal and coke held at Lake Erie ports awaiting transfer into ships. The Chrlatlan Science society will hold opening services Sunday in it* Bee* church. South Union avenue, near Market street, formerly the Johnson property. The property was acquired aome time iago and has alnce been repainted, repapered and remodeled. Three rooms were made Into oae, the porch tilled in and the hall used to provide a roomy auditorium for aervlcea. The services Sunday will be at 10:30 a. m., 3:30 BBd 7: SO p. m. and all will be weleome. Three services are held so that members of Science churches in other cities er members of other churches who may desire to Inspect the local Science bome may do ao. A new porch entrance has been provided and the whole building beautified with glossy paint. The grounda have alao been improved. STEEL PUS EYE W. P. Shoupe, of Homeworth, while working with B chisel on some farm machinery, had tho misfortune te have the chisel break and a piece ot the steel flew and struck hi.* eye piercing tt deer Into the eyeball. The steel waa removed Wednesday mora* Ing by Dr. G. L. King with the aid of a giant magnet The prospects of vl- aion are good. FOR 8ALE SECOND HAND BUILDING MAT- 1RIAL AT OLD RINK. E. B. SILVER CIVIL WARMmnEH5MIT Event of SS Years Ago In Ufe of Alliance Maa Recalled. L. A. Ball, South Linden avenue veteran of the Civil war, a member of Co. A, 32nd O. V. I., recalled an Interesting anniversary ln hla Ute today (Wednesday) it .being 56 yeara ago thla day that he enlisted la the army service for hi* country, the date being July 13, 1861. Fifty-one years the coming November la tho anniversary of hla return homo. The aamber of men going Into the aervice in Mr. Ball's regiment was 990, and during the servlee 1650 recruits were received. At the return the men numbered-Jftut 550 all told. Aa the figure* imply some severe battles and hard aervice were seen hy the 32nd Ohio. DENNIS DHRTY DIES Salem, O.. July 12.—Dennis Daugh- erty, aged 78 years, died at the home of hia daughter Mrs. Elisabeth Gutt- achalk last night. The remain* will be taken to Toungstown where funeral services will be held Friday afternoon. Deceased formerly lived In Leetonia. ,3. N. Hiaoy of Marlboro haa just Bad Bia new home decorated by J. C. Patton. the Alliance gralner and decorator. — adv. NOTICE BRICKLAYERS AND MA80N8 WILL MEET AT HALL THURSDAY MORNING JULY 13 8 A. M. TO ATTEND THE FUNERAL OF ALBERT SELVA- C. P. WILSON, Pre*. WANTEO Bell boy Lexington Hotel SH* ,' ~ 8UBM ARINE HERE WITH VALUABLE CARGO TO HOLD DEUTSCHLAND MERCHANTMAN STATE DEPARTMENT WILL RULE Lit TODAY ON THE EERMAH-UHDER-SEft-CRAFT Acting Secretary of State Polk Denies That the United States Would Not Concern Itself If the Deutschland Should Be Sunk—Second Super-Submarine Bremen Is On Her Way to America With Cargo- But Details of Her Leaving and Destination Are Carefully Concealed to Prevent Capture or Sinking. tmmmmmm®®^**1®!!®^ 'THOS * TIMMIMS OF BALTIWM8B" W^^^gSfg^SSSS? HA*\ ^ .Balti, x»re| I ,*#rJuly 1*.—With the message of good will and friendahip from the German Emperor to the President of tht* '/led States and with a cargo of drugs and dyes for thla country, the giant German submarine "Deutschland" tia* made a safe arrival and Is now unloading its consignment. There are no torpedo tubes on the Deutschland; she carries two :!-inch guns, for defensive'purposes only. The successful termination of her cruise will tend to remake all law* of maratime* law,-in-tb£-opinion of naval egfprts a»t.^lo»W^^t^fe^i"-^J^* ^^^^WlSl^^Wi fc-SM^'1'1 K1^^^K*tf. It ts reported, upon reliable authority. thAt there are otberundersga boats on the way. .. i atii—*— t •"f"iir i *•'''■<"*' upri rv * •* DYNAMITE PLOT jSKK OBPET HUM THIN; IN SHARP WAY Penna. Railroad Sleuths, State's Attorney Calls Him Probe Finding of 103 Sticks of Explosive. International Mews Service. Altoona, Pa., July 12.—Railroad detectives rushed from all parts of the state to this city to Investigate the attempted dynamiting of a passenger train on tbe Pennsylvania railroad near Bellwood last night, have learn ed that two women were seen walking along the tracks shortly before the dynamite was discovered. The detectives are working on the theory that these women laid the 108 sticks of dynamite with time fuse* attached found between the tracks early this morning. One of the bundles of dynamite exploded near Bellwood station shortly after train No. 669 carrying scores of passengers had passed that section of track this morning. An investigation by track walkers led to the discovery of 87 sticks of dynamite, tied In bundles of eight, lying near the water pans between the rails. Two hours later an explosion In a string ot passenger coaches standing near Bellwood station demolished one of the cars and badly damaged a second. Sixteen more stick* of dynamite were fund tn that vicinity*. The railroad detective* are at a loss to explain a motive for the attempted dynamiting. Clever, Cunning, Criminal and Fiend. PRESIDENT WILSON TB-gJE POLES WaehYngton. July .12 .— President Wilson today told a delagatlon representing Polish societies in this country that he would make a personal appeal to Grat Britain «d France to allow auppllea from the Waited States to reach the starving population of Poland. The prsident made thla promise after the delagatlon—speaking ln behalf of the 4,000,00« Pollah citizens ot the United Btatea—had presented a peltlon that this government take step* te relieve Poland's desperate situation. * Senator Httdhcock of Nebraska, presented the delegation which was headed by John F. Smulski, of Chicago, President ttt the Central Pollah relief committee. MARINE CAPTAIN DROPS DEAD. International News Service- Vermillion, O.. July 12.—E. L Pel- ton, 75, veteran marine captain, dropped dead here today. * Is. A. Ball is authority for the statement that July 12th, fifty-five year* ago, was Just such a day aa this And Mr. Ball has reason to remember for that was the date that he Mt home to enter the service in the Civil war. *il~u International News Servlee. Waukegan, 111., July 12.—By far the most bitter arraignment of Will Orpet yet given was delivered today by State's Attorney Ralph Dady, "the William Travers Jerome of the Orpet case," as he has been called. For three houra this morning the bulky prosecutor held tbe floor In. Lake county court here, coatless, vestless, perspiring and roaring. The courtroom was packed to suffocation. Evfen the Jurors were coat- less. Practically all of the spectators were. "Will Orpet ls no ordinary criminal," said Dady. "He ls cunning; a clever fiend who planned this cold blooded murder of Marion Lambert in most astonishing detail. It was no sudden act of madness; lt was inspired by no cloud of fear. It was no sudden Impulse. It was well planned; weh worked out; deliberately conceived." Bvery movement made by Orpet immediately prior to and after the girl's tragic death, Dady declared, tfbowed his guilt "Why," he asked, "did the student come to Lake Forest?" "Surely," he said, "if Orpet merely threatened to break off friendship with the girt he would not have taken so elaborate pains to hide his movements." The scene in the snow covered woods was sketched vividly. "Orpet says he knew the girl was dead when he left- her," said Dady. "How did be know what she had taken, and how did he know she was dead unless he himself gave her the cyanide? Not once but four times did Orpet try to force the poison vial to Marion Lambert's lips as they walked through the woods." Following Dady wtll come Ralph Potter, one ot Orpet's lawyers, who will answer the charges made by the prosecutor. JAIL DELIVERY IS Desperate Criminals Had Planned to Escape Tonight. Sheriff Norwood Wednesday unset the cleverly-laid plans for a delivery from the county Jail, by out- alde confederates, ot two of the moat deaperate criminals that have been j locked up bere in years. After the sheriff had discovered that a heavy lock in one of the cor- j ridor doors of barred steel had been; burned out, probably with an electric wire, that screening in front of one of the • heavily barred windows I had been torn away and that three' screws in an iron plate holding the bars in place had been removed, he' locked up in separate cells Edward i Klotz, alias "Grinny" Klotz, and Joe j Toung, with several aliases. Klotz j has served four terms and Young three terms ln tbe penitentiary, the sheriff said. j The sheriff's original plans had! been to start Thursday with these i men for the Ohio penitentiary, toj which they have been sentenced for j from one to 15 years for burglary and larceny of hardware stores In Canton and Brewster. Learning of: this, Klotz and Young planned to break .out of the jail Wednesday! night, according to informationj which came to the sheriff's ears. "I have suspected for some time that Klotz and Young had confeder-j ates working on the outside and cooperating with' them in plans for a Jail delivery," the sheriff said Thursday. "An old pal of their* has been seen about here recently. I "Ever since Toung wa* found guil-j ty Monday and sentenced to the pen- | ttentlaiy, I have slept but little nights, watching for signs of the con-! ■piracy which I had suspected they! were hatching. Finally I learned, | through a treaty in the Jail that they were planning to make the get-away j Wednesday night." Inter national News Servlee. Washington. D. Cm July 12.—A ruling on the official status of the German submarine Deutschland, now ln Baltimore harbor, will he made by the state department late this afternoon or early tomorrow. Acting Secretary of SUte Polk today called for all of the facts in the possession of the treasury department dealing with tbe vessel. Ofllcials close to tbe administration aay that the ruling will completely establish the peaceful character of the Deutschland and will state in open terms that she is a merchant vessel in all respects. Acting Secretary Polk, however, to day denied emphatically a report theft if the Deutschland should be sunk this government would not concern its*if with the case. The British embassy is very carefully watching tbe developments. Counsellor Col ville Barclay, who ls in charge of the situation, is in dally touch with the state department. He said today that whether the forma* protest already filed with the state department against treating the Deutscti land as a merchant vessel, would be followed by' another request asking that the submarine be Interned has not been decided. -' ?.■}■': "Great Britain's position la the same as It assumed following the recent arrival of a German submarine at a Span ish port and that is that all submarines are warships and In no way merchant craft," he said. "We insist that the Deutschland is a warship, and have filed with the state department tbe decision reported by the admiralty m the cade of the submarine that visited Spain and then sunk a vessel en route back to ber home port. Tbe Deutschland has two ways of trying escape If halted by a warship, by submerging or by running away." Bremen on Har Way International Mews Servtee. Baltimore, Md., July 12.—Germany's second step tn ber commercial submarine campaign against the British- French blockade, has been taken, and the aecond commercial submarine in the world's history is now on her way across the Atlantic. It became known here -today that the super-submarine Bremen, sister ship of the pioneef Deutschland, has cleared from a Ger* man port, and ls now feeling her wav over and through the enemy-infested waters of he ocean bound for an/ American port she might make. "We cannot talk about the Bremen* he ssld. "Alt th* facts about her are business secrets and it Is apparent to any on* that we ought not to betray anything which might lead to her ap. prehension by enemy warships." Tbe safe arrival of the Bremen is tounted upon by German diplomacy to j,fvp substantial basis tor tbeir pro. posed contention that a regular merchant sea service has been Inaugurate ed despite the British-French blook* ade. Allies Call Her a Warship The apparent determtnatj||v of thd French and British govertWftnts to treat the Deutschland as a warship, to be destroyed on sight, evoked indignant comment from Consul Leuderita today. a .."It seems te me .that we have prov. ed that the Deutschland is a merchant •hip," he aaid, "and that *he was built for that purpose and thai purpose alone. Surely Great Britain and Praftce cannot deny her that for which they hav* ao Ion** contended aa the right of all merchantmen, the right to peaceful viait and search." Call Craft a Merchantman International News Service. ■Washington. D. C, July 12.—The fo* mal and final report of Collector of Customs W. P. Ryan, of Baltimore, in which he says the German submarine Deutschland ls without doubt a merchantman, was received by the tree* sury department tbls afternoon. It was immediately sent to tbe state de partment. The reports contain the finding of Captain C. E. Hughes, who also examined the Deutschland. Captain Hughes says he found nothing on the submarine to warrant its being classed as a warship. French Retake Fumin Wood From Germans; Teutons Back In Control Of Trones Woods WOMAN DIES IS U-BOAT SHELLS JITISH UST International News Servics. London, England, July 12.—A German submarine bombarded Seaham harbor on the North sea coast ot England during the night. A woman was killed, according to tbe offlclal statement issued today telling ot the raid. Seaham is a seaport of Durham county and lie* six miles southeast of Sunderland. Large shipments of coal are made from there. The town bas a pop ulatlon of approximately 13,000. Best Rice 4 lbs. for 25c Hoffman's Market house MTOS ON Mill STREET Suggested Tbey Should Be Parked on Other Streets. It has been suggested with some reason, that the city council should designate certain streets or portions I of street-! as tbo placea for parking automobiles. There are times when . each aide of Maid atreet ia filled with autos many of Which remain standing I the entire day in the place they were I abandoned ln the. morning. The, street car tracks occupy the middle of the atreet and there is no room remaining for an' auto to pass a mov- . ing car without extreme danger, j Main street is not a wide atreet between curbs, and the time wtll .eome when the parking of autoa on Main street will have to be abandoned. 1* thet time near? International News Servlc*. Rome, July 12.—The recapture of Mt. Gorno by the Italian troopa waa announced by th* war offlc* today. It wa* alao stated that King Emanuel'* force* mad* fur ther progress (n the vicinity of 8er- ravall* and Malgasugna. Internatlonsl News Service. Paris, France,, July 12.—Crown Prince Frederick William shitted hla attacks against Verdun last night to the west bank ot the Meuse. His army made violent attaeka at Dead Man's Hill (Le Mort Homme) but the offlclal communique issued by the war offlce thl* afternoon stated that these assaults had been repulsed. On the eaat bsnk of the Meuse a brilliant counter attack by tbe French resulted ln tbe recapture of part of Fumin wood trom the Germans who were attempting to establish themselves there firmly. The communique also reports continued successes tor the French in their offensive In Champagne. They made numerous raids upon German trenches in this region. The text of tbe official communique follows: "On both sides of the Somme the night was calm. "In Champagne were captured some prisoners In the course of a small operation near Cernay. We launched aeveral successful surprise attaeka against enemy trenches between Mai- sons De Champagne and Calvalre, north of' Ville Sur Tourbe. "On the left bank of the Meuse two attaeka upon one ot our trenches at Le Mort Homme were completely checked by ear flre. "On the right bank a counter attack launched by us east of Fumin wood enabled us to recapture part of the ground occupied, yesterday by the enemy. During this operation we took 80 prisoners, one of them an Offlcer. "In Lorraine in the ees tor of Relllon. are drove the Germans bach from some trench elements where they had gain ed a foothold yesterday." Germans Retake Trone* Wood* International News Service. London, England, July 12.—German troops have regained positions at.Ma- metz and at Trones wood, according to the official report on the Somme op. eratlon* issued by the British war offlce this afternoon. Farthe to the north, however, tbe English forces opened an offensive ln the region of Looa and succeeding in penetrating German trenches. * The statement issued by the war of- was transmitted from British headquarters at noon and was as follows: "Since tbe commencement of the bat tie the enemy has been largely reinforced. Yesterday and last night attacks were made at several points against our new positions. Except at Mametz and Trones wood, in both of which the Germans gained ground, all attacks were repulsed with losses. "Between the main battlefield and the sea we are actively engaged ln bombarding the enemy'* positions and raiding the front "To the aouth ward of Loos a partv of royal Irish fusiliers penetrated the enemy's trenches where thev wp-— strongly held. Tbey remained 20 minute*, during which time there wan heavy fighting. Many Germans were killed. Our casualties were light. Opposite Hohenzollern two companies of seaforth blghlanders forced their way into the enemy's rtenches after a stiff flght. Many Germans were killed and wounded aad machine guns destroyed. Dug outs crowded with the enemy were successfully bombed and prisoner* taken. "Several combats in the air occurred Monday. We destroyed the German machine. One of our own was brought down. —The temperature at 1 p. m. Wednesday was 94 degrees ta the shade. New potatoes at greatly reduced price*. Hoffman'* Market House 'St-
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1916-07-12|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||July 12, 1916|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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Th* Review reeefvaa the fan repert
ef Tbo international New* Servtee.
giving the newe of the *ntlr* world
th* him day.