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Cutting elf tha advertising may reduce expense*, but so deaa cutting year wind-pipe radiics the cost of Hte— andleatJer Us. LEATHER—Overcast tonight and Thursday; somewhat cooler tonight. Barometer 2A40 Indicating fair; temperature T% Blear.• VOL. XXIX, NO. 34. ^|aANCE.Q-gQ. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. ItiSL =-= it. i.'.u'.liw.1 iijjnl'rnm,T^,„',i,i ti"».i ," : i„..,' y ■,"i:,1 _a.;,-"■ <.<g ■/ii.u'.iji-'' TWO CENTS find muni »eOTHRM TODHY Police Fear Plot to Blast Great Tube snd Probe Begins MORE VIOLENCE IN BIG TROLLEY STRIKE <Jrowd of 5oo Blocks Tracks and Refuses to Allow Car to Run fin mm ii n ii-i'M_ X STRIKE NOT HURTING j - at. US, CLAIMS OFFICIAL. .ts New Tork, Sept 13—Traction • a officials today made public fig- -a | Brea showing that 2,091.341 per- a * BOtis were carried on the Inter- s a borough subway sad - elevated s » lines yesterday, aa increase of s s 437,638 over the same ot lsst a s year. "This look* as though the a • strike was hurting ub, doesn't a « it?" asked Jame* V. Quacken- f« . buBch, general counsel fO£ the a s taterborough. iHi'H nt in inn f tatsrnatlonal Vews Barries. New York, Sept. 18—The Interbor- ougb Rapid Transit company today re Jected tea' proposal ot the public service commission that the traction strike on tha elevated aad subway ItoiB be submitted to arbitration. The Jtew York Railway* company, controlling the surface lines, also refused to aocept arbitration. The two compa afe* served notice on the commission tpat hereafter no* conferences would JMk held with officers, agents or mem 3 re-of the Amalgamated Association Street aad Electric Railway em pk>ydfc..^t7_i . The plana of the commission to effect peace having failed, other meth- ddd were taken under" consideration - add it was reported that Mayor Mlt- chel would ask Gov. Whitman to call special session of the leg—later to pass a law making arbitration compulsory ia all labor disputes, Tfaow York, K. yTsspL', i'*.—Violence to the traction strike broke eat ddftng the middle of the forenoon today and increased .hourly. Earlier la the day dynamite teaM te the Brooklyn section ot the subway lad tha police to believe that an attempt ha* been made xo blow ap the tube. The flrst street disorder occurred at t a. at. Call* for police came la rapid succession thereafter aad bj 10:S0 o'clock fourteen arrests had beaa made. The most serious riot occurred at Fourth avenue and TwentJ-thlrd street, when a crowd numbering gag Mocked the track and refused to let the Burfao* cam proceed. At a slg aa! from the mob'a leader the oar was etormed sad. the motorman, conductor aad two dther traction employes dragged to th* street Polios reserve* were rushed tr the scene Ay automobile and th« mob was dispersed after tour arrests had been made. Discovery te the Brooklyn sectlor of the Interborough Rapid Tranaii nnteliiiii.nl eubway al a package de Clared by aa eaplosive expert te te blaat dynamite,, led tbe police todaj to believe that an eqort 'had beat made by strike sympathisers te Woe up the subway. Traction official' have several times *lnce the Btrlk< began expressed fear that such at attempt aaifld be made aad the trse*. walkers have been dally Warned t be more energetic. The package was found early thi* morning about 600 feet from th* Borough Hall station. It waa lyter Just Instd* oa* ot tha rails where H might be hit. hy the flange ea the wheel ef a car paaslng above it A* soog a* It was turned ever ti the polios they called te a member (Continued oa page Sre) H T. 6RUWELL BURIED Waa a Farmer ttesident ef Marlbor* snd Alltenee—Wife a Taaehar 1*1. City Seheole. At Marshalltown. Iowa, test Spnd* < afternoon, occurred- the funeral at / T. Gruwell, a transer resident ot A liance sad the vicinity ot Marlbor - The ttantostfl waa about seventy-ilv years of age and death was due ta pe ralysts. After laavtag this section c Ste state, about thirty-five years ag. Mr. Cruwell Wtjttr* ta tee grocer Dullness which he followed ter a nam bar at years. The deceased is swvh ed br his wife who was formerly Mir Esther Carr. a teacher in the AH aaos public schools. AjaWTSttwii INTSLLSSHT YOUNt man rem. >QMeMxm*-eemg*t OOOO OPPORTUNITY FOR AC VANCSMCNT. APPLY IN PERSON COPS ELECTRIC CO. WE ADVISE BUY I NO PEACH E* FOR CANNINO THIS WEEK. POS ITIVELY NO RET Al LINO. SEt YOUR OROCER. THE SHAEFFER st* nP-tf QA gwaetentwsfww *ww*w> Greek King W& Reverse Neutral Policy This Week International News Servloe. London, Sept 13.—It is semiofficially stated here today that King Constantino would abandon hia policy ot neutrality for active participation ta the war perhaps within 48 hours. Vsnixslos Nat Made Premier, tateraattoeal Mews Bervtea. Athens, Greece, Sept. 13—King Const antlne today reguested M. Dim itrako- poulos to' term a new cabinet He agreed to undertake the task. Dimitrakopoulos 1* a firm friend of the Entente powers, but his selection a* premier caused great surprise; It had been expected that in the ministerial crisis the king would again turn to M. Venizelos. When Roumanla entered the aar Dimitrakopoulos expresed the opinion thflt Greece should ao longer hesitate In abandoning Its policy of neutrality. Ei lafnfm To Be Introduced at the Next Meeting of the City Council City Solicitor Morris has prepared ai. ordinance to be presented at tha next meeting of the city council author izing the director of public aervlce to' expend $20,000 for water meters tot the city. It Is tha intention that the entire water eysem ot tho eity shall be on a meter basis. Tbe reasons for this are manifest. It srlll lessen the consumption of water by waste. 'It will lessen' the cost. of material for use at the nitration plant and tbe cost of operating the plant. It. aiii lessen the coBi>a^■^'•Bte^g•'a«te^',•/Ba,; the sewage disposal plan* and best of all ttwi.1 equalise tbe cost of water to consumers far domestic purpoaesv ^* It 1* taa Maim* .of those who have fully investigated conditions that there \* mm, eao-nnpus waste, of. frity . ws.1*!" irhere a flat rate is charged, in'many nays, at all seasons ot the year. That his wsito will aggregate more than 40 ier ceni of tea. amount pumped at the umping station far domestic uses is •he claim. By . the installation ot' deters thia waste wttl' be practtcatly Umlnated, unless the householder loes not practice economy. It j the' ;er coat of wastage is as great as cal- :ulated. the present pumpage for the ilty will supply an additional 16.000 lopulatlon when meters are Installed. Thi gtoslng mt the water sals ot the ;lty on a meter basis has long beea educated snd some of the moat extensive users of city water bave beea as- eesed by meter reading* bat thla Is he first move to meter Ml tha consu- ner* In the ctt*jj*f_S£. hughes ill conference: WITH CAMPIIbN HEKDS international News Servloe. SfsSlf New York. N. Y-, Sept, 13—Preper- m] to spend several hours la confer- nee 'H***, •flhTir' *itTiltTi|1r"t. f**jfir*TTr Ivan* Hughes, Republican candidate or president, arrived in New York oday from Platteburg, He expected o leave at tour o'clock this afternoon tor Brighehampton, L. I., to r*st ntil Monday. Accompanied by Mra. lughes. the candidate was met by Major Frederick Crossett and esoort- ed to tee Hotel Aster. There he weat into, immediate conference with Wm. R. Willcox, Republioan national- chair* GRIFFITH FUNERA Funeral services ter D. M. Griffith were held Wednesday afternoon at t . . w.a irom the home oa East Sum ;t street services being in charge of 'ev. L. B. Stiver* of the Baptist Uurch. Music was rendered by mem era of tha Baptist choir. A number f floral designs and clusters ot flow- 1 rs surrounded the Mar. Bearers . egg relative*. Rslatttes were present tram Youngs •wa. Warren. Niles, Girard, New Mtedelphla Pennsylvania and other State. Interment wa* made In the 1 lllancti cemetery. Oa Tue*day even- is friends snd neighbor* called at tee sssatsd home. STILL UNCONSCIOUS Mrs. W. N. Stone, the unfortunate voman so seriously injured te a tell t IliglMBnBBj at tee MeDoas—I shoe ouse BsliiJisy evening stfll remains a an unconscious condition at the tte hospital HAY WANTED SO oars good hay. tooee No. t B. F. Prisoner Runs Out of Notes and Goes to Mattress | AVERS PEN GUARD3<^| BEHAVE BRUTALLY WE ADVISE BUYINO PEACHES •OR CANNINO THIS WUK. FOB* TIVELY MO R8TTAILINO. SES r-OUtt OROCER. THE SHAEFFER BLACK CO. damaging Evidence is Introduced Against Regime of Warden Thomas International Newe Service. Columbus. O., Sept. 1J—The carefully laid plans of the "rod shirt gang" of convicts to bring about urn pen prabe now ia progress by stacking up evidence for moatha were re vealed today when Harrta 3. Morgan, Butler county burglar, ran oat af "notes" while on the witness stead sad had to go "In*lde" tor more. Afraid that hi* evidence would be destroyed if he allowed prison attaches to go after It Morgan was permitted to go inside, accompanied by Assistant Attorney General Price, and eight newspaper men. Morgan ripped open the mattress sad on the cot la his cell, and produced page after page of closely written notes; hs produced evidence from between page* ot magazine* and books, aad said he had more hidden about In recesses of the penitentiary wall* which would be produced later. Clubbed Inte Insanity. Morgan tertlftad that Olno Magi, serving trom Franklin county, was kicked.and clubbed into insanity by guard* "leaving behind a brood ot babies." Magi now is in tee Lima criminal insane hospital. ' "Eighteen wttneases who will follow, me onthe stsM *aj|li$BBMfy'tea$ Wte. *son,.^eelkps*p^'' «*-irton confltyter bed Iato Tom ltobtehrmiNSM Heen»«,** t«*ttrth«. t Fssrs Warden Reveal* R>*r*i*a»_; 'Bell refused vterteriUth Price wtth; the names af the wTteessat- •*_3?: •They would,be tothnIdated by the warden If their identity ws* known.** be hM. ___*_£__! Charles Gueat recently .released on expiration of his term, died at New* ark eoon t flSO qSjjlB|tftTtrrt' lasllflrl Morgan said his wsak - physical condition followed beat—gs byvBuarda_2*r ^Morgan was a*ked to describe flrat K. Company, in which he '.iockstepB.*' ' "Xf a the halfway point between aoll* tary confinement aid regular confinement," he said. * Tab convict, agate attempted to rua the proceedings. Whs* Attorney Price asked him "who was that man ha replied: "That's not material. It doesn't matter te Ibis ease.". :«&,_.-.. Convict Harris J. Morgan, of Butler county resumed the witness stead ia the second "day's bearing by the state board of administration Of charges preferred againat Warden P. S. Thorn* as ot the penitentiary. Morgan admitted that he had. served terms In Jollet aad Jeflersoavllle prisons tor larceny and house breaking prior to admisslon here six piar* ago, (Continued, oaJttege four) initiRutEaffi'l Harry S. Schooley, clerk ot Lexington township and his assistaate are kept busy at present, issuing hunting licenses. So far about ♦hree hundred have been l**ued. for he present year. Mr. Schooley was la hta . ofltoa "ueetay •vaning and wUl be there .gain tonight and Tfcureday night to accommedate person* who eaanot get to the city building daring the daytime. | NTOpESl Mr. and Mr*. Harry 0. Bailey have last returned from a meeting of th*f Ohio Association "Teas—er* of Dancing at Columbu*. Teachers were present from tea Chicago and Wow York conventions and all the new dance* were demonstrated and discussed. -The one receiving the most favor by sll, tea "oae step sehottisch," win be taught Monday Bight at the opening, of tea season at the Bailey school. S&T FR1SON-R8 ON STR_KBf&|i Plve cases ot Intoxication enate heard by Mayor Westover and the customary two dollar, flae Imposed. Three of tha BBiahsr wet* unable ta. pay aad arore pat te work upon the streets. . *&*&m*W3&Ws$, Bailey's Dancin* Sdtool Opens Monday,.September 1». ate* gteners ad t o'elock. Pupil* holding unfinished tickets, 8 o'clock. Assembly, 8: JO. WIS teach asw aaa* step sehottisch- »:«•• It*a the beat Class for beginners only starts Tuesday, Sept It, T: 30. No assemMy. High school class announced later. Bss. siiasr. .T:.-^S^Se8 LADY CANVASSERS WANTED. Call Ml Haines avaaue batweaa' hour* ot t aad S Wednesday or Tbu—- day si'wtej. Sept |Sth aad »t». MCEISI fsFTOL PUMT Secretary Daniels Hears Applicants for Federal Armor Plate Factory lateraettonal News Per via*. _ >T*|t%8h-gton. D. C. Sept X».—Secre- tery of tbw Navy Daniels with a board of experts today began hearing petition* from cities .aad* town* all over eastern United Sattes that want tb. ba selected as the aie for he government's $H ,000,000 armor plate plant. Score* pf representatives and numbers ot sen store headed delegations of sevsrsl hundred applicants.'*$%* '_« Tbero afa taSta prospect that all would he heard before tomorrow and teste -taa department may purchase a plant Instead of building one. Cities aeklng the plant Include New York. Buffalo, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Pittsburgh New Haven Hartford. Cinctn- natlfl Cleveland Chicago and St. lied is. Wfm- -MM Petitions were taken up alphabetical ly. "One of the most Important require ments of the site will be remoteness from a' point of attack" Secretary Dan- lele told the delegations. ALLIANCE 18 REMOTE FROM ATTACK BY FOREIGN FOE According to Secretary Daniel*, the government wants a place not easily open to attack. Alliance, OhJiOi which through the Chamber of Cdmmerce hat applied tor the federal plant is pro tocted by the Allegheny mountains from attack from tea east and wtth its admirable railroad facilities, "ti* nearness to cheap coal and cheap ore. It presents aa unusually strong case for the site. There ls still soma doubt a* to whether the plant wilt ever be built for the government eaa buy it* armor plate from American firms cheaper than the goverament-owned plants of Great Britain, France, Oer* rsany and Japan ean produce it. . tn m In One Case Woman Dealer, Quits Selling Milk in wk Iw'i . Alliance "&&;l_ Inspector D. B. Wagner, of the dairy aad food division ot tea State Board et Agriculture, wag in Alliance Tuesday, making some investigations to ascertain if the order* iakued at the recent inspection of dairies have been compiled with by those persons whose place* were not up to the requirement*. In most instance*, tt is; said, the orders have beea obeyed or the .work tinder way.' John Blstolon stated te tee lnapect- or and Mayor Westover that ho would give op the dairy business eg he did not tool that ba could afford to make tha repairs and improvements required. t). B, Brock, who waa ordered to erect a bottling house, was given until October 1st to do the work. While in the etty Inspector Wagner BSeartd a sample of bottled milk from tee wagon of Mrs. Louis Neman- schansky which sample was being exhibited Tuesday afternoon and showed a considerable quantity of black tiUmaBt Is Irtis* ^JtfnD J)f Ifta bottle. The proprietor of this dairy had pro-, mlsed the mayor to dealt ap the place, but tested to comply. Tuesday, rather than, stand pro*ecutk»a, sta Mated that *he would discontinue selling milk te ted city. The fine lor selling Impure milk la fifty dollars. Mr, Wagner states that it tee orders is given are obeyed hy all the flstrj—ah furnishing milk In Alliance teat conditions will *hpw a big Improvement by the time the next regular Inspection Is made by the state department. The state officials are waging war on the unsanitary dairies and the effect of tea movement is being noted. jfpa POMERENE COMING HERE -Canton. Sept 1$—9a-Governor Cox Senator Pomerene Bad ex-Cougress- maa Whltacre made aa auto rua —rough tire most part af the oounty this forenoon. At Maa* Berlin aad ate* varre, short speeches were made. This afternoon i litpaaiiiiisfl by Senator Pomerene they left for—Utance. llfcsnTtTfi i irnnEB ■nsirtsin FOR DAY WORK. AFFtY IN PERSON, BUCKEYE JACK MFO. CO. TELEPHONES iraiWaTEB BeU Company, Open Work Upon Proposed New Exchange ALLIANCE BUSINESS ; TO BE GIVEN BOOSf State Officials of Company Make an Inspection in SSThis Gty ^Constsble Meesenheimer, Wilbert Sullivan and Mrs* JUines Stine Are Hurt When Cars Meet Under the l^iinsylvania Bridge-*-Mis_nder8tanding or Viola- tion of Orders is Blamed for Accident, Which Might Easily Have Resulted Fatally—Both Cars Damaged. - The business interests af Alliance are being given a boost through aa advanced step upon the part of the BeU Telephone Company which has Just be pin the work of opening a telephone exchange at Atwater and i which wis be operated under the management of the Alliance exchange. jg5jf' Regarding the new project. Manager Walter K. Bison of the local exchange, states that the company is about to in stall an exchange at Atwater. tha cost of which will be abou 122.000. Tha headquarters of the new exchange will bo In the Atwater Savings Bank building. The switchboard, at the opening, will —tve—reee hundred subscribers, which sre already trjaprarl, apt It will require a..force, of ftve operator* to. Blude-the-following: Constable Frank handle the business. Workmen are now engaged in putting in the outside work and It is ii.palted that the exchange will be ia operation by Novem• sgvwHaWv;*T w&m%?*M::W.- I A feature of especial Interest to Alliance business men Who have Bell telephones is that of having tree service between Alliance aad Atwater. The latter town Is midway between Mite ance and Iteveanabut?the free *erviee Messenheimen, bruised upon right side of head..arm. hands and legs; Wllbart Sullivan, Want Mala street, knee bruises; Mrs. James Stlne, *bruised and-Buffering from nervous shockr *3&& • When teen a short time after tha wreck Manager A* 3. Sampson ot the *? -A- *'!»>. Y* V^g «***»# VW he had M.fhat t^e'iatetvad11 u*T raport from tqe'crewa ar.to the accident Man- topatroos.'U'Orty given m;AStMceja)WF.l« Mowr^ Elec ward rathar* teaa p. w&imiM %%mooM^w.^^^s\ o 9Arexlf*\'-tto}m"m Through the 8*ef :*i*rvlce being,in. «jali*c AllJsnce patron* af the Sell, telephone will have' fj*Be connections w'th oier one\ t_Huaad' subscriber* ' cutstde this eity aad.eevering a radlu* of from eight" te_j tea mSe*. The At* water exchange wOfs Operate phones la the village snd through a territory of sdme'dve miles radiua.'»Several mate trans llaas: wOl be r_t;to Alliance ad that prompt aerviee will be available at all times.-■ j&JmZm Monday afternoon a. party af BeU Telephone Company efBalals who motored to Alt—nca. IjisSdatBd the work being done ia this city aad then proceeded to Atwater to look over that teiTltory. They expressed pleasure at the progress beigg made by tha local official* of the _tapanya J*0 Those who were id tne party from Col_nbus were B. A. Reed, state general manager; W. 8. Crater, commer cial auperintendent; W. S. Cherry, plant superintendent; J. T. Daniels, traffic superintendent;'R. A. Stanley, engineer aad C. P. Bradford, district commercial manager, the latter of Akron. .'J—j^*—3fra_E* •: KNIQHTS OF COtUMSUS. Election-of officers Thursday, Sept. jj^pr^'i*.^ Wm&* ■WE ADVI8E BUYINO* PEACHES FOR CANNINO THIS WEEK, FOB. iTlVStY NO RSTAU.INO, SEE YOUR OROCER. THE SHAEFFER •LACK CO *^^» IF YOUR FEET HURT BEE THE gPECIAtlBT MONDAY EPS TUESDAY, SEPT.1g.1E FREE DEMONSTRATMMt. TMC WALTZ A KINSEY SHOE CO. •HOT MUSIC SALE, It to 40a VALUES AT g FOR Ztc THtk bsA?1 - BOY TO TTOMAL teUSIC CO. |StQ<MU i eitMuii Dr. Lutz of Oberiin College Will Be One & the Speakers The aannal banquet ef the Chamber of Commerce will be hold Thursdsy ii mini Si iliiwlBB'Ti.d' 1-*o sharp. The indlcaUoa* tevor tbe largest attended banquet of the Chamber slnoe its organisation. An ettort wSl ba made to break sway tram formsltty asm the staid mien of banqueta aad tot fun aad JoUtty itega supreme. tpista wUl be several innovattoas te a varied program. There win be good music, good speaking aad Iota of tea. Cot W. H. Morgan, president af tea Chamber wfll be toas_water aad wiH All tbe place admirably., The speaker of tea evening will be Dr. H L. Lata, of Oberiin College add ats sob* Jest wiU.b*„"Taxatlo_*' Dr. Late ta aa OEster. a tetekeyr a echolsr aad ws have the word et ^per_tendent B. F. Stanton that he hau*. %a> pears aa a p_—e speaker. The. eth*r spsasar wfll be Robert O. *Ottea*M of the fin llBB.BBldlll CTIlilinleiilF piffi_aii subject Is unnounced. TaarA wf the several local speaker* JMrfPdacaal- ter timely bite, . Thc.AlHwIce Chamber of Cemmeree quartette- aad Shaffer's orchestra wiH furnish tbe amsic WANTED—YOU NO MAN te TO 20 YEARS OF ASE FOR OFFICE WORK. APPLY MaOASKEY REQIS- TER CO. QXlSfi—!: - sWJ»yW^SA^^ te to dOa VALUfeS AT g FOR tea. THS NATIONAL MUSIC CO. RAVENNA CRUSHES INTO j GltY GABON UNION AVE Several persona were Injured, ilJJBt Pa*4M»vV ^httojuife Tuesday eve- nlilg When a northbound Cleveland, Atlience - Mahoning Valley electric car-collided with a south bound etty electric oaf on the North Union ave- nus line, the accident occurring at 6:45 o'clock under the P. F. W. A C. railroad bridge. As a result of tee mishap the city car was badly damaged, the vestibule being practically demolished and rammed almost into the center of the ear. Tha interurban car suffered the loss of fhe pilot and some broken glass In tbe moterman's vestibule. That no one was killed or fatally Injured seem* somewhat remarkable. The list of Injured, nearly all af whom were passengers on the city ear, Bs nearly as can be learned, te' which ;epeK£tea the that no official lnvesl _dg to... ascertain 1b* wanie for '•ir** stlg*- Aee.ordlag to the beat Information tbat The"Bevlew can obtain;'the te- ternrean car left the depot at Main *teaes^"*saa''»Tijtedi1artyenue 'art 6:40 p. to. being ten minutes late out ot this city.' The city, car* left the ter- ailnas of the line'at Viae'street add Roekhill avenue upon schedule time, 8.27,p.m. The time of the accident la'recorded a* 6:45 p: m.- ."%*»' The conditions on. North. Union _vea,ge due to the *teep grade from Mala atreet to th* K. F. A C. railroad bridge - aad the tetter etructare made It difficult or even Impossible for the motormen of the two cars tdi sea each other until they were with* |a about 20 feet apart add this pre* eluded any opportunity to stop org - prevent the care getting together. The headlight of the northbound car. owing to the grade, threw a Ughf over the top of the other one aad thet bridge concealed It from' the view of the motorman oa the city car. Supt. John O. Stanley of the city* water works wait in his automobile! and driving south on Union avenue parallel with- the city car and wag directly opposite the care whan taa Impact hen—fad. He states that tea smaller car was sent -backward at least ten feet when struck. Mra' Stanley expresses the opinion that It is remarkable that bo one wa* killed) Judging' trom -the manner in which the vestibule of the city car waa de*» , moliahed and Jammed into the catv Tho motomnan aay the danger Juaf te time to dodge back into tbe ear. Mr. Stanley at once stopped htg automobile and met Frank Messen* helmer staggering oat of the city car* The latter was near the front end} and the blow he received upon tha. head stunned him, although he re* cognised Mr. Stanley and asked th(| latter to, take him to a doctor. With* oat waning to see further into tha accident, Mr. Stanley conveyed stag lltebenhei—or tp Dr. Tressel's offlcg where lie received attention. Mrs Sullfraa reached tee physician's |n' flee soon after ward and had his knee) dressed.. Mrs. Stlne also was attends ed by Dt, Tressel. l*frjf, *^ft% Both the interurban and city cars were able to move away under thelf own power, they attracting considerable attention as they proceeded. East Main street. The crew of the C, K A M. V. cad consisted.of Conductor Dan Bennett aad Motorman F. W. Whitney, whila Conductor Ben McClain and Motor*; man David Shaw were in charge oa the city car and had with them Late Bell, a new employe whe was learn* tag the Una. ST—T FfCTCstfTflfce More Ground m Near Peronne; German Army ^^ Stubbornly Fights Moves, WANTED WOR«^ tj _|>LUIHMNO H_»ST MAIN. tntarnattoBal News Service. ! I , !!ari*V France, Sept. 13.—Continuing teeir reaewed afHsalrs north of tha 8omgp fJ^Jtetftah troopt have aa* proacbd closed to Peronne aad eat tee German read between that otty sad Combles, Today's war office com* murdque announced the capture of tiiiiiiTatia*B*s'te1Tsi*d**t't woods. The (Trench ste meeting; with desperate rat(tetane* from Ste troops ot Crowa Ft—£* Bnpprecht ot *w\uOk t*8 Tantoos are brlngiag up heavy rein- ftrm-Btatr, but tease ban been aa- able to stay the French advance. '■_** text of tee official communique tellOW83 !__^ • "North Ot the Somme tha battle con- __ed yesterday evening with marked auccete for our arm* The village of Boucbavesnes was attacked at 8 p. m. sad was captured in Its entirety by oar troops fo the course of a brilliant combat despite powerful reslstence During tha night oar Infantry established them selves ta the' conquered positions. The Oermans made no counter attack. .' $&hhi. morning oar trows are con• tteategteeteadvtWiee toward the east T—»y have taken by assault the farm ajal wood ef L'Abbe, *M0 yarda east of the Bethune highway aad southeast of Boucbavesnes. We captured more pris- oBera durteg these engagements and tees) a suanUty of material. No exact eaumeie—en taMtm Jusa received. .'^torte of Avire we launched a aar* prise attacat against a Ostteso trench _. the region of Aadechy aad brought bad* aome prisoners. 'er^aWai "OS Km. tksM bank at the. Jdense (Verdoa "front) we made som* pro- gtaat to the northern sect—a ef Vaux Bhaptti* wdeds. The a/Mtery combat continue* very riotantln the ration of Fleury and l_eChenettr "Bverywhere elae _e night wbb quiet, "Oa the Somme froat ear *ero- ptengs engaged te V tights yaa_rday. Twg 0*i*p>S SiB'hlnss ware brought dowa. see tassjrd Aviecourt, the other te the aatrlraas of Moislalas. north- east of Peronne. Four ether enemy machines appeared to be seriously flaiasiiifl Oa the eight af September IS, aar bq—_roos throw aamerous pro* ad ST thelte aavtbe aad barrack* at Ouicard, where twa explosions followed aad fire broke oat. Twenty-four shells were thrown upon the railway station at Rrsell andt many denote at Heudlcourt; 74 shells aa enemy works te the region of Etaia SS on camps la tha region et Dam* villers a—I sta on the station as Montmedy. "Oa teg same night another group! carried out the following operations:! oaa hundred aad fifty shells were) thrown on tee station at ThlonviUa and sixty on the military factory at Haul-Fomeaux. In tbe course of thte bombardment oae of oar ttashtaad succeeded twice in dropping six sheUg at Raut-Fourneauvand Rombach." Germane OsWMrle Victory te FrenoHi Intsrnational Msws Bare-tea. Berlin, Sept. 13.—Another local te* verse tor Ota Ospusii troops ea tha Somme front Is admitted te today's war offtce report. It states that French troops hard succeeded te pen* etratlag the. fortified - village of Boucbavesnes between Combles End Peronne. S H» ' The report of . operations In thai western war theatre follows: "Front of tbe crown prince of Bava* rla—fighting north ef the Somme hag recommenced. There was heavy fights Ing between Comble* aad Somme riv, sr. The French penetrated Bouchas veanes. Artillery duels are la proa gross oa both sides of the river." Oermans Fall at Hailcz Intarnattonal News Barvlee. Petrograd, Sept. It.—Teuton efforts to w*aken the tightening grip of teg Russians ta HaHcs resulted IB com* piste tetters yestordsy. TBe war aft) ttsa announced today teat the Bus* stabs had frustrated attempt* by thete teas to cross the Bystri—a river to teg south of JtHpoL one of tea outlying dates* b* of Ralles. The official war office report tot *°w,: _y§Sid__K___< "Boathward of Jesopol aa enemy attempt to cross the Bystrttsa wag frustrated by oar troops. I "t** Oie wonaSM*arpBthlaaa enema attacks agatest the —righto is there* stea af tea eppsr st—a< 0*aray4*here>
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1916-09-13|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||September 13, 1916|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
|File Size||34650212 Bytes|
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