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■.'.■-■-.y- -4''"\'."*.^L.h'.- 7:■■■';'".'- "7'"*?-iPt"?§^-™ \-'-.;:/ .Y-A-. -■<',■'■S-. ^^jS!^,?3RF'-V'T ™«W»^v.JTr"ivF^ j5J!.<r *• m^S^-ysr-? 'V*?'%W"M fWrmFV' Tke awflew receives the fun repert ef The International Newa Service, giving the news of the entire world the eame day. THE REVIEW Weather: Probably ehov»<ers late tonight er Tuesday, net quite eo warm. Barometer 29 20, Indicating unsettled; temperature 91, partly cloudy. VOL. XXVIII, NO. 300. ALLIANCE, OHIO, MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 1916. TWO CENTS. EIS Mil COAST Reported Maving Westward From a Distant Point WATCHED IT IN SUBMERGING 'Thick Fog Prevented a Discernment of Its Nationality International News Servla*. Portland, Me., Aug. 7.—Points along the Maine coast near here today reported a large submarine .moving westward from a distant pout off shore. Various coast guard stations said the submarine submerged for from five to fifteen minutes at time Thick weather prevented th* observers from dls cerning thd vessel's nationality. T Ti ADOPTION International News Service. ■ Washington. "D. C, Aug. 7.—President Wilson will not oppose adoption pf the conference report on the army appropriation agreed upon by the conferees. This announcement was made today by Chairman James Hay, ot the house military affairs committee and one Ot the conferees, after he had held a lengthy conference with the president. Chairman Hay declared the report now will he submitted to tbe hou40 and senate at once and he predicted its early adoption. 'Mr. Hay aaid the president had agreed to the house amendment to tbe articles of war provision in the bill exempting retired army officers from military servlc** INJURED|P CRASH cgntofa. O., Aug. 7.—Four persona were injured two seriously about S ' vfi- Sunrt it evening when n two* seated buggy an automobile and a Meyer's lake car met in a crash at the Intersection of Twelfth street NW ex tension and jthe Meyer's lake ear lin*. Mh> Esther Sommers, who was one of the occupants of the buggy, was thrown bome distance from the scene of the accident and ls now lying st Ingleside hospital, with serious Internal, Injuries and her recovery ls said to W doubtful. ; Rer husband. Van Sommers. a teach* er. :was less seriously hurt as he Sus- taintd cuts about the face and laceration on his knee. RECDRDBREAKING LOT SftLE All but fourteen of the 135 lots In tbe Morris and Munk addition were •old in Just three days, probably breaking all records ln Alliance tor quick sales. Messrs. J. Band, L. K. Coffinburry, who had charge of the •ale, account for the remarkable results by reason of the cheapness in price of the lots and the ezceeigdnly fair and liberal terms of sale, and also sgy that the fact that the lots were of great sise and only about sis minutes ride away from the very business section of the city were contributing factors. They expect to close out tbe remaining 14 lets within the nest day A two. Alliance's Third Thursday August 31, 1916. EAGLE* ECUR8ION TO CEDAR POINT AUGUST 20. 1916. Special train will he Tun for the Eagles and their friends on above date. Those desiring tickets should apply at Eagles club room promptly, so reservation can be made. COMMITTEE. VOTE PON A. TALMAGE SNYDER, PR08ECUTINQ ATTORNEY. FOR A SECOND TERM. SEE HIS RECORO ON PAGE 3 OF THIS PAPER. ALL ROYAL AND SELECT MASTERS—REGULAR ASSEMBLY OF ALLIANCE COUNCIL U. D. R. AND S M. TUESDAY EVENING. AUG tth, '.SO S. St. SIGNED, H. B. GARDNER, T. I. M. NORMAN W. CLARK OF ALLIANCE, FOR CLUNK OF COURTS. . HAINES AUTO AND TAXI CO. Office day or night, 38 S. Linden. Sail BeU 147-W; O. S. 4277. IS A VICTIM DF T Some Mystery Surrounds North Webb Avenue Cases Officers Kauffman and Eagleton were called to No. 312 North Webb avenue about 9 o'clock Monday forenoon, where it was reported that a young man had been shot in the breast. The officers found that John Storla. aged 33 years, was the victim and according to his story he had accidentally Inflicted the wound with a twenty-two calibre revolver while he was la the act of wiping moisture from the weapon. Sharer's ambulance wss caned and the young man taken to Dr. Barnard's office and later to his home as lt was stated that the city hospital had no room to care for him. Storla is a native of Hungary and bas been a resident of Alliance for six years. He is proprietor of the Arcade- pool room, at Webb avenue and Ash street. When seen in his room, Monday afternoon, he stated to a Review representative that the wound was an accidental one inflicted as stated above. The revolver was a small hammerless gun. The wound proved to be only a flesh one and not likely to be serious. There appears to be some conflicting ideas as to the shooting, one report being that the young man was shot by another person but that the victim is attempting to conceal the offense by claiming that he did the shooting himself. The police are endeavoring to get some Ught upon the subject but so far little has been learned. The other occupants of the house profess to be able to "'Understand little of the English- language and say they know nothing of the accident. Storla states that he was sitting upon the side of his bed when he accidentally pulled the trigger discharging the weapon. State Department Will Request Mere Specific Outline. , International News S-trvio*. Washington, Aug. 7—Unless the full scope and. meaning of the last Carranza note is explained shorUy the state department will request a more specific outline of the powers the de facto government of Mexico wlUeou* fpr on its commissioners. Thie ea* plauaUon of the instructions to tbo Mexican commissions to discuss "preferably" the withdrawal Of American troops and determination of responsibility tor 'the border raids- must come from Mexico, lt was stated. Tbe entire scope of the broadened powers for the commission, requested ln the last American note, la largely a matter of conjecture. State department officials have communicated Informally to the . Mexico Gity government exactly what is desired, but until a specific agreement is reached, an effort will be made to keep this Information secret. From reliable official sources Is learned, however, that the state department desires to permit the commission to' discuss the better protection of American property in Mexico; means for the financial restoration of Mexico; establishment of a neutral tone forty miles wide along the border, patrolled by troops of both nations, to suppress bandit raids and the disarming of all citizens of both nations within this zone. HOT WHOM CITY International News Service- Cleveland, O., Aug. 7—"Ole Bel" blazed the way this morning for 'what promised to be the hottest day of the year. The Kiosk registered 84 at 8 o'clock, 8 degrees above the corresponding hour yesterday. Forecaster Emery's prediction for today is "warmer, probably with showers ln tbe evening." The Ice and milk situation still remains scute. Four babies and two adults fell victims of the heat yesterday despite the fact Ihe temperature was lower than for the four preceding days. imiUICJJBS REPORT international News Service. Geneva, Aug. 7—Germany has lost 76.348 officers and 2,883.993 men ln killed, wounded and missing, according to the 507th official casualty list just issued. The totals are: Officers. Private*. Killed 26.948 732,890 Wounded 46,355 1417,6*3 Missing 4.909 338,410 Mine is Burning International News Service. Columbus. O.. Aug. 7.—SUte Mine Inspector Pritchard today sent two inspectors to Big Four mine. Sand Run. Hocking county coal field, whleh baa been burning since late yesterday. It Is not believed tbat any miners were tn the mine when the flre started, presumably by incendiaries. (POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT) X For Prosecuting Attorney (Vote ,for aot more thaa one.) AJtTHUR MORRIS 3 I Don't forget to pat aa X before tha name of ARTHUR MORRIS. (City Solicitor. Alliance, O., Republican Candidate for PROSECUTING ATTORNEY of Stark County. Primaries Auguat Sth. DUTY OF EVERT TO CO TO THE PJPRIES Matter Presented by Clerk Shauf in Logical Manner TO SHOW LETHARGY IS VITAL MISTAKE Privilege and Right Should be Manifest to Every American Tuesday, August 8 marks the data for holding tbe primary election for tbe selection of candidates to represent the RepubUcan and Democratic parties ln the general election to be conducted hi November. For some reason there appears to be little Interest shown in the primary. The situation la presented in a clear manner by Oeorge H. Shauf, clerk of tba Stark county board of state supervisors and Inspectors of elections, in the following article: On next Tuesday all electors of Stark county, who are Republican or Democratic in politics, will be given an opportunity to express a choice for their party candidates for all elective state, district, county officers, and United States senator. Judging from the vote cast at the primary elec- tlons held within the county In the past few years, but few electors manifest any interest ln a primary election, which, to my way of thinking, ls as Important, if not more so, than the November election," as the candidates chosen by the electors at primary elec- Uons stand as tbe candidates of their respective political parties at tha general election, and all tbe electors of the two dominant political parties are practically limited ln their choice of candidates for the various elective offices, to men chosen at a primary election by about twenty-flve percent of the total electorate. It wiU be surprising to the elector wbo pay* little attention to elections and wao does not vote at primary elections, to know how many electors are ln the same class as he. For an Illustration, at the primary election held April 25th. this yew, *n .tba Ctyy pt Canton, with a regfUntffon of approximately sixteen thousand electors, but 1343 Democrats and 1739 Republicans availed themselves of the opportunity to vote. At the same election b*nd propositions involving tbe expenditure of $413,000.00 for public Improvements were also submitted. These propositions were endorsed by the Chamber ot Commerce and tba. labor organizations of the City of Canton, and ta addition to those endorsements, about five hundred dollars was expended to give the matter publicity, and arouse the interest of the electors. What waa the result? Three thousand ono hup* dred and ninety-nine electors, or less than twenty per cent of the electorate of the elty voted on the propositions. The lack of interest manifested ln (Continued on page three.) NEAR LOST LIFE Goes Down Hi Attempt to Swim Lake at Country Club. A boy' whose home could not be learned positive but waa understood to be Joe Osborne of South Seneca avenue, came near drowning Sunday about noon at the Country club lake. He atempted to swim across the lake but was unable to do so and went down. He had gone down for the second time when William Wymer, another of the swimmers reached him and took bim to shore. William Wymer will be remembered as the High school boy who made the good records as mile runner this spring at the high school track meets. SELLING SPACE. The committee In charge of tbo Dollar Day for August 31 state that all but tour of the 24 pages of tbo booklet advertising tbe event has been sold. Tbe booklet will contain Inducements to buyers to visit Alliance. WANTED — OFFICE BOY. THE McCASKEY REGISTER OO. VOTE FOR A. TALMAGE SNYDER, PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. FOR A SECOND TERM. SEE H18 RECORO ON RAGE 3 OF THIS PARER. Alliance Entitled to Stark Central Committeeman In the last twenty-five years Canton men have held the position of State Central Committeeman of this congressional district This position has been held by one man almost continuously. Our fellow townsman, Capt Edwin Morgan, is contesting for this position at the primaries to* morrow. Every Republican should go to the polls and help bring this honor to Alliance by voting for Mr. Morgan. MAYOR DIES S. As Member df the City Playground and Park Commission To 11)1 the place made vacant by the resignation of R. M. Scranton as member of the park commission, Mayor C. S. Westover Monday appointed Harry S. Heiss of 140 East Gkaklll street to fill the vacancy. Mr. Hates Is employed as a cabinet artist at the Weybrecht planing miUs, and is a man every way competent to fill the place and will prove a valuable acquisition to the park commissioner. Mr. Heiss ts enthusiastic for play grounds and parks. He has an artistic taste aad wiU take pride ln aeeing that proper selections are made of sites tor perks and playgrounds in case the bond issue of $100,000- tor these is endorsed by two thirds of the electors of the city voting on the proposition cast votes ln,favor of the bond issue. The most important isue before the people of Alliance Tuesday is the bond Issue question. A vote ln favor af tbls is a vote for a better and big. ger Alliance, and for tbe betterment ot the children who now are forced to play upon the streets tor a p'ay ground. ANOTHER NIGHT Situation All Along Somme Front Remains Practically Unchanged Internatlons" News Service. London, Aug. 7.—There was another night of Violent fighting north of Pozieres, along tbo ridge which the.Rrlt- tog captured from the Germans last Friday niht The British war office, in an official report issued early this afternooa stated that the Germans renewed their counter attacks against tbt Bttt* l*b positions, but thst all were repulsed. The situation of the section of the Somme Croat held hf the British ts unchanged, Tt was said. The ground captured by the English and Australian soldiers along the German second line, between the Ancre and Somme rivers, has been strongly consolidated and fully organized and the German attacks, although driven hone viciously, broke to pieces against the British defense. to some of the attacks the Germans used' Uauir flre, but the British soldiers although unused to this.form ot weapon, stood their ground like veter aas. MARLBORO HOMECOMING. The Marlboro homecoming and reunion will be held at the home of Mrs. Helen Pennock Whltacre Wednesday, August 30th. Every one interested is invited to attend and bring a basket as a picnic dinner wUl be enjoyed. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, H. O. CURLEY, WEST END CANDIDATE. NORMAN W. CLARK OF ALLIANCE, FOR CLERK OF COURTS. ■M-M-l I I I I 1' -W--H--H-M; J VOTING PLACES FOR 4- TUESDAY'S ELECTION. 4- 4. Tbe hours for voting at tbe •$- 4. Republican and Democratic prl- •£• 4. mary election and tbe special •$• 4, bond Issue election tor parks »J* tand playgrounds, Tuesday, will -i- be from 6:30 a. m. to 6:30 p. m. 4- 4. at tbe regular voting places. 4. 4. Through an error the hours were 4* 4> mentioned Saturday as from 6 4- 4> a. m. to 6 p. m. 4* •L Tbo voting placea are the 4. 4. same as at the April primary 4- 4. eelctlon and are as follows: 4. t First Ward. 4. Precinct A—Park St. school 4. 4. house. . 4* •j* Precinct B—Flre station No. 4- •$. 1, E. Market St. 4. 4. Precinct C—Nortb Lincoln av- 4. 4. enue school house. 4* 4. Second Ward. 4. 4* Precinct A—J. B. Martin's con- 4- 4. fectionery store, 716 E. Patter* 4. 4. son St. 4* Precinct B—Chas. W. Row- 4- son's tin shop, rear of 37 South -*• Liberty avenue. 4* Third Ward. 4- Precinct A—L. W. Judge's ci* 4. 4. gar store. 219 South Liberty av- 4. 4* enue. 4* 4. Precinct B—Fire station tte. 2,4* 4. comer Liberty and Garwood. -j> 4- Precinct C—Christ Bratchi's 4- 4. grocery store, 1123 E. Summit 4* tSt. 4* Precinct D—W. W. Mowrer's 4* 4- garage, rear 766 South Seneca. 4* 4. Fourth Ward. -ja 4. Precinct A—-L Stroup's ware 4- 4. room. Mill St 4. 4. Precinct B — State street 4. •4» school. »?* 4> Precinct C—E. M. Llncke's 4. 4- coal offlee, 113 E. Grant street. 4. 4* Precinct D—Carnegie Library 4* 4. building, corner S. Arch and E. 4. 4. Hiah. 4* 4. Precinct V—Lincoln Avenue 4* 4» school building, corner Lincoln 4* 4> aad West High. - 4. tt. Precinct F—C. O. Scranton's 4. * tin shop, 70 E. Grant St 4* Mil M l-I-H-'M-I-l-I'I-M: 4« t 4. + CENTER HOPES OF CAPTURE II BRITISH WATER Such ia the Britain Effort to Get Submarine Deutschland CAPT. KOBNICS PLANS KNOWN ONLY TO SELF Fear Sympathy to Germany if Taken Off American Coast International News Servlee. Waahington, D.> C, Aug. 7.—That tbe main British efforts to capture tbo German super-submarine Deutschland will be centered on the other side of the ocean was learned in diplomatic quarters today. If captured anywhere near the mid ocean line, tbe craft will be taken to a British of French port. But the majority of persons here today who have knowledge of the matter believe that botb-Great Britain and France will be well pleased if the submersible is able to escape the fleet patrolling American coast waters. The reason for this is the belief that if the Deutschland should be taken off the American coast It would be responsible for a new wave of German sympathy throughout the United States. In addition lt would undoubtedly lead to reprisals on the part of Germany who could be depended upon to send a number of battle submarines across tbe ocean to try to "get" the British Atlantic patrol fleet. While naturally. the ptkns of Captain Koenig are known only to himself there ls a growing belief in official circles here that he will lay a course when he gets well across the Atlantic that will closely follow that which was taken by the Moewe when that commerce destroyer made successful Teturn to her home port Rumors again are ln circulation in official circles here that another German commerce destroyer has slipped out from her base and is now abroad waiting an agreed Ume for another raid against Atlantic commerce. This raid ts expected.to be directed agaiast armed merchantmen of the Entente powers carrying munitions from this side of the water. " Gil IS Canton O.. Aug. 7.-—Juno SOhllts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Schlltv Of Akron, was drowned In Congress lake about 4.O'clock Sunday afternoon. In an effort to restore .life a lung motor- tank exploded and eight pet- sons weer burned among them A. C. Myers of Alliance. Tbe explosion did not occur until about 7:30 o'clock and it was about an hour later that the injured were brought to Cantm. The father of the girl was fishing ln the lake some distance away aad did not know of his child's death until some time after tbo body had been brought to shore. CONFERRED WITH PRESIDENT Washington, D. C, Aug. 7.—Frank P. Walsh, chairman of tbe commission of Industrial relations today conferred wfth President Wilson at the White House for nearly an hour on industrial matters. "I am very much Interested in tb* threatened strike of the 400,000 rail* way employes," was all that Mr. Walsh would say as he left the White House. HAVE YOU 8EEN THE NEW 85-4. 1*17 OVERLAND TOURING CART M. G. MARSHALL FOR CLERK OF COURT. VOTE FOR A. TALMAGE SNYDER, PRO8ECUTING ATTORNEY, FOR A SECOND TERM. SEE HIS RECORD ON PAGE 3 OF THIS PAPER. NORMAN W. CLARK OF ALLIANCE, FOR CLERK OF COURTS. CITY WATER SUPPLY EOW When Break Occurred in Big Pump at tbe Water Works Alliance was threatened with a shortage of water, Saturday evening, about 6:30 o'clock when a piston of the city's largest pump broke, placing tha duty of supplying tba city with water upon tbe smaller ot the two pumps which are kept in constant use to supply tbe needs of tbo city. Service Director McConnell and Supt. Jobn Stanley, of the water works, were at the pumping station shortly after tho break and a force of men was at once put to work making repairs. An extra piston is kept oh hand and by continuous work the pump wae repaired by about midnight Low pressure was noted ln several parts of the eity during the time the big pump was out of commission. The pumps at the water works are of five and four million capacity respectively. But It ls only by continuous use of both that sufficient watar can be supplied. Service Director McConnell has for a long time advocated tbe purchasing of another pump to relieve the two old ones and to protect the city In case the present ones should be disabled as occurred Saturday. It Is also urged tbat a fifteen inch water main he laid from the pumping station to Mt. Union. The tme in use now is a ten inch ona, and Is not sufficient to meet the demands. Saturday morning Messrs. McConnell and Stanley went to the reservoir at Westville and noted the height of the water. They then opened one of tbe valvee and allowed the water to flow Into the river. Sunday morn* ing it was noted.that the watar ln the reservoir had been lowered three Inches while the water in the river at the pumping station bad been raised an equal amount. Serviea Director McConnell states that he believes tho city has at least a sixty day supply of water in the Westville reservoir. This should ho pleasing Information for the people of Alliance as it indicates that there Is no danger of a water shortage ln the city so long as the pumps hold out and are kept tn operation. Monday afternoon lt was reported that a twelve inch raise was noted in the water at the dam near tbo pumping station, tbls bringing the wa. ter up to within eight Inches of tba breast of the dam. As sooa aa tbo latter height is reached tba water will be shut off at tba reservoir to order not to waste aay of lt Fl HT CANTON Canton, O., Aug. I.—Fire of unknown origin early Sunday afternoon destroyed one house, a warehouse and two sheds, and damaged two homes to Robin court SE. The damage ls placed by Chief Mesnar at $400, as the buildings .destroyed were small frame structures and tbe chief says their con tents were removed in time to escape damage. Tba origin ot tbe flre Is unknown, Mesnar says. The blaze ls believed to bave started to a barn between two of the houses. Wben the firemen arrived it had Ignited one house and a warehouse past saving and tho flames were blazing from two other structures. ROUTEOJHUIIKS Constantinople, Aug. 7—The Russian army operating to tbe sector Mush, Armenia, has been rooted by the Turks, the war office announced today. The Turks captured one lieutenant, over 200 men, seven cannons and six machine guns. Southwest of Bltlis the Tubs have advanced. TUE8DAY SPECIAL. EXTRA FINE SWEET CORN 20c DOZ. BAUGHMAN'S MARKET. WANTED — GIRL GROCERY CLERK. POSTOFFICE BOX 243. NORMAN W. CLARK OF ALLIANCE, POR CLERK OP COURTS. Milton C. Moore Democratic Candidate for Prosecuting Attorney of Stark County Over eleven years' practice of law in Alliance. Two years county tax commissioner. Always an active Democrat, his work for the party and his eminent qualifications entitle him to the nomination. Your vote and influence Tuesday, August 8, will be appreciated. i DEEIEE El G HTH WILL BE SENT TO Ti SOUTH Officials Prepare to Wind Up the Affairs of Camp Willis MEN ALLOWED TO GO HOME TO VOTE Big Hearted Captains Take No Note of Age Roster But Wink 1 BY FRANK H. WARD International, News Bureau, Camp WUHs, 0.. Aug. 7.—The opening ot tba ninth week after the president's caU tor state militia today found prepartv* tions being made by regular army of. flclals to wind up the affairs at Camjp WUUs. Whether the presence of Captain- Cromwell Stacy of the war department ot tha lakes presaged a move*' ment toward the border or an order t<t demobilize and return home could not* be' ascertained today. Captain Stacy ts under orders front General Barry of Chicago to make a complete report on the preparedness status of the Ohio troops. The officer today took inventory of the number of men who bave flred guns, the number of cavalrymen who have ridden horses and ascertained the age and length ofl service of each of the 8.000 men Its camp. Colonel B. C. Vollrath, of the eightK regiment today was of the opinion that a part of the men would be moved either borderward or homeward before the week ls out . "Bvery indication Is that we will bf sent south," said the colonel. "The> men are pretty well stocked up now** with shirts, blankets leggings, breech* es and bats. If the shoes come thto week, I believe the eighth will be mow,, ed. The speed with wblch the arse* nals now are flUing our requisition* indicate a desire to dispose of oue boya'at once." The population of the camp will ba sadly depleted whan taps are sounded tonight, for hundreds of the men ara taking advantage of th* order of General W. V. McMaken. camp comnan* der to allow them to go home and vote. Big hearted captains even overlooked the age roster when youths whoso faces ware innocent of any suspicion* Of whiskers bravely asked to be air lowed to exercise their right of fran» chlse. They Just winked and admon* ished the lads to have a good time at home. MUD C0WSJITT1CK Canton, O., Aug. 7—For the second time within a week, suit was com*- menced in common pleas court Mon*> day as the result of the attacks mado recently ln Plain township by a mad cow which terrorised that vicinity until killed by a sheriff's posse. The latest action was brought hy Albert G. Stephan, who says he was attacked and seriously injured by ths mad eow. He asks damages of $5,*> 000 for hia injuries, some of which ho alleges are permanent The ownership of the cow at tha time it went on the rampage seems toK be In doubt. Stephan brings his suit against both Harry Ress and William Hiser. He says that about three weeks before the alleged attack, Rena sold the cow to Hlser but that after It had escaped from Hlser's farm, it was sold back to Ress before lt attacked Stephan, aocording to Hiser. Stephan says that while be was at work in his fields he saw the black cow trespassing ln his potato field and that when he went to drive ber away, sbe charged at him at 40 feet, struck and knocked him down, dragged him, tramped on him and broke two of his ribs, tore opep his side for three Inches and bruised his legs. He says that both Ress and Hi set* knew that the animal was vicious and dangerous and should have kept lt penned up or have captured and killed lt Pontius and McDowell represent the plaintiff. • —Wheat eased off two eents per bushel Monday from tbe opening prlcar closing ln Toledo at 1.51 for May. INFANT SON BURIED. The Infant son born to Mr. and Mrs. Clem J. Bates was burled late Mon* day afternoon at the Alliance cemetery. OVERCOME BY HEAT. Charles Kossman, was reported, Monday afternoon as suffering from heat prostration. Body Still at Morgue The remains of Harry Melville, who. was found dead on Kast Broadway, early Saturday morning, are still at the Sharer undertaking rooms await-- Ing some instructions as to the disposition of the same. FRANK N. SWEITZER For Prosecuting Attorney, Democratic Ticket. Undoubtedly Huth Bread Is good bread. Try Huth Bread made and sold ln Alliance. VOTE FOR OUR "DICK," A REPUBLICAN WORKER FOR THI LEGISLATIVE. M. G. MARSHALL FOR CLERK OF COURT. ft£2t£u. &
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1916-08-07|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||August 7, 1916|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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