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Cutting off the edvertleing tat, *a> deoa *xp*n»**t aat a* toe* cutting year wind-pipe reduce the *e*t et Me- tge. THE ANDLEAI5ER RElEW WEATHER—Pair tonight ana* Pri* day; »srl*r In north aae wea* part. Barometar 2S.15, Indicating ahewtre; tjpaperatur* 74, cloudy. vt5L.xxix<yo. 31. —<—asssaa*m**m*ram■—■m***aw*m*****«£«——_*• ■ A-X-ANCB. OHIO. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER -^t, 191*5. TWO CENTS. WHITE IN IS LYNCHED; SLEW M MD WIFE Kansas Mob Cows Sheriff and Attendants With Guns and Takes Convict FIRE HOSE UNABLE TO CHECK RIOTERS Hang Slayer of Farmer and Wife to Telegraph Pole International News Servte*. O—the, Kansas, Sept. 21.—Bert Dudley.-an ex-coavlct, who was convicted of .murdering Henry Miller and Ms alto aear here, was taken from tbe Johnson county jail early today by an taped mob and lynched. Dudley-,ea* a B*blte man. The mob came ta the Jbil shortly after midnight and forcibly 100% the prisoner. He wsa strung up to a telegraph pole. Feeling saataet Dudley had been running high since the murder ef the Mailer** oa August 20. j SkS Dudley weat to his death screaming curses aad Imprecations at bto slay- era Th* Job ws* completed la a few minutes and the mob dispersed ta automobiles aa It had come. It ls believed most ot the band ease citizens *f Stlllwell, a small- village aear the Mailer's farm. Dudley was taken from the |*i| only after a hard fight with Sheriff Ion Carroll and members ef tee ttty fire department. The sheriff refused to deliver bis prisoner when tte mob demanded htm, but he was Helved sad overpowered. '. The firemen came with hose and at- taeked the crowd Tbey were cowed tit pistol points. Armed with atotfaf i tte*, tb* masked mea then began Utter dowa tbe doors of tbe Jail sqaa bad their man. A rape was trow*/ about his neck aad be eras led * quarter of a mile from town and (strung up. ' _P&_* jDiufiey was convicted of the Muller merdfr after a jury had deliberated but ll minutes. He was working for Mulleir and in an altercation ever seat*; "work killed him. He murdered BIrti Muller when she asked, him what tfcd become of her husband. The two Bodies ertW hidden ia an abandoned ttoXl, aad "not discovered for sotayhj day*. --J0S siMr Under .Kansas law first degree mur- aria punishable oaly by life imprts- miSt^'Mob sentiment bad been grovijng ever since his conviction. JOHN TYSON,. MILLIONAIRE AUTC SPEEDER TAKES TH1HI» BRIDE '^St¥Tafes~i38il^f OH» eXOttTiCSQii J*c New York, Sept 21.—John H .Tyson who drive* bto motor cars at break* neck speed- Introduced bto third bride Jast a few hours after he bad beea fined IttO la a Connecticut court for reckless driving. Tyson sad his bride, who, according to the marriage license, was Rosa Budd Extner, are at the Tyson mansion Riverside, Conn., where there is talk of their putting oa high speed for a Honolulu honey moon They were married Sunday night ^ IPs "Mr*. Tyson is a young lady vary well known In New York society" said tb* bridegroom. "W* bave known each other, say for eight mtaitt*. aad Indeed we are very happy." Tyson, who inherited a million from his grandfather, George I* Tyson, and recently got another fortune from his sunt, has had a remarkable tests I ea high speed In motordom. His flrst wife was Mlsa Grace Starr, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. A. R. 8t*rr. of this cliy. She obtained a divorce, charging bet' husband with .Intolerable era* etty anl infidelity, in August 1949. In tbe following January the young speed millionaire married Dorothy Davidson, sa actress, at Snug Harbor, tbe Flori da home of tbe late Joseph Jefferson She died In Greenwich about a year ago. Tyson got to be known as a "hoodoo motorist" In 1907 he took part In a race In wbtch Paul M. Cormac and bto wife received fatal injuries. Ia 1908 his oar killed Ola Gunderson, an. em* ploye of the Columbia Yacht Club. Tyson was indicted. One of bis racing ttrs ih a hill climbing contest near Bridgeport, Conn., driven by Glea Etb- rldgt, Sashed iato a crowd of spectators, kill—g one person and Injuring many. *&mM ESWTER CKES FILED After a hearing la Mayor Westov- er*s court Thursday afternoon, Frank Potass was fined one dollar and costs apes) a charge of provoging a breach of tje 'peace. Re was arrested upoa complaint of Miker Roder, who oa Tuesday was lined the same amount upoa a similar charge. " Th* trouble originated - regarding th* occupancy of a suite of rooms ear ted aad tented by Potass. Words followed with the arrests as a result. Attorney eOlger represented Poises aad Attorney Koehler was counsel tor Roder. FML THjpnlZELOS tateraatlonal New. aervtaa London. Sept. 21—An attempt by a German military attache to assassinate former Premier Venizelos at Or**** failed'says a Central News despatch from Rome. The despatch Met) that King Constantino to prac- ttoalty a prisoner la bto palace, two MtBt JS trenches have been dug in (root et tb* king's residence. Hi IN FILL Mrs. L. D. Tonkle et 2232 Cherry avene*. tell dowa the stairway at bar beta* Wednesday eight aad sustained Mverb bruises aad cats about tb* tee* aad arms. ; wp\bse sbbiqib ammoa . FUmora Heffmaa was given a hear- iag by Judge Moote at Lisbon, be bav- t&g three Indictments against him, tore tot* playing poker ter money and eae tor h**plag a gambling room. He pleaded net guilty te all three charges aad gave bond of $200 for the flrat tare abate** and $300 for the third. AT CAST PALESTINE PAIR. | W*daeeday waa a record-breaker at tbe Eaat Palestine fair, tbe crowd belat **tllat*d at attar 26,000 persons, white etoa* to tore thousand autos war* uisettd tale the grounds. Tbe Mr elo*** today. Mra Prank Braanoe and Jack Branson mate at tbe Minerva fair on Tburaday. NOTItMfT* aUbNDIAMS OP Lit*. IRTVI A SPECIAL MBBTINO FBI- fmV* ****, SEPT It. ALL MEM. SERB RBOUEBTEO TO SE PRESENT. fTf ORDER OS MASTER OUAROIAN. MEN WANTEB. CARPENTERS, t UNION PttBPBSBBO, CALL AT SETTS CARPENTER SHOP. MEET !• CITY HALL. . FRESH aaa PEACHES JUST AS*. RtVBo at aAuaHttaiPs MA*Ka*T. Ws sms aaa sassttan sm mm aaa bushbl: AA-aaa.it aaa bushel. Ha FANCY CANNUM ffACHES SUM i Junta «mn SToaas. HERO'S DEATH I IS IN OK Dies Trying to Push Stalled latijJStlleaat Nsws Service. Cambridge Springs, Pa., Sept. 21— Heroism cast the life ot one man, a maa and~sa. women were probably fatally Injured and four others were hurt when an auto carrying a party-st Crawford coutttp tttldseto te tbe Brie exposition, was stottb by a fsst freight trala oa the Erie railroad at Venango, street crossing bete, this morning. The dead: Roy Wise, aged 40, Cambridge Springe Probably fatally Injured: Dalbert Daniels, Townvllle, Pa.. In Logan boa pttal. Mrs. Abraham Youcum, Townvllle, la Logan hospital. Mrs. C. J. O'Dell, Mr. aad Mra SL W. Shorts and Abraham YOucum, ta ot Townvllle, were le** seriously tattered. Wise, a special officer employed by tbe Brie . railroad was crushed to death under the train while endeavoring to push tbe bit touring car owned and driven by Daniels from the railroad crossing where It had stalled. The passengers with tb* exception ot Daniels ware tossed from the car by the impact Daniels was carried with the car 150 feet down the track ea the front of tb* engine. Tb* machine caught fire and Daniels was horribly banted before he could be removed. sis WOMAN SMOKES PIPE; FIRE . i OAMAQE8 UPSTAIRS ROOM. . • A Are at No. 816 South 9ene- e a ca avenue, tote Wednesday af- a a ternoon, destroyed tbe furniture . a la aa upstairs bed room, dam• • • sged the room somerwhat and al- . a so resulted la the loss of elgh- a a ty cans of fruit which had been • s stored In a closet. _*_EV •t .As nearly-aa tan be..aacfir- si ptt-ed-bS i**m-ji*^meM& a, a,e*oman who was rirmng at tbe f» Thome had been" upsfalfs" smoking a s a pipe ead after she toft tbe . s room tbe woman ef the house a .went upstairs and opened a vrta- •. taw to allow tb e s moke to es- «a cape. Shortly afterward the a s room was found to be ablate, s . the Maa being tbat tbe flre er> s » tffMttTil ta tbe bedding aad was . * atones ed by th* area from the a a window. The flre was extin-. •. guished by use of tbe ebeml- * * *•**•• fth& a s The building to owned by Ber- .. taa Blackburn and occupied by s s 1. L, Hoffman. **£«. m ■M"M 1 I!!! III 1 lHJj| LOCKL QEILERS MED Of New Scheme Being Worked by Stranger Appearing at Eaat Liverpool. $&$$ Mtat Liverpool police are trying to locate a man who attempted to work a store ia that city tor a pair ef shoes. The man appeared at tbe home at H. L Skelly, an employe of the Benhelm shoe store, after the store bad closed for tbe day, stating tbat Mr. Benhelm had seat blm to secure a special shoe which was to bt paid tor later. Mr. 8kelly agreed le meet the-stranger at the store a 111= Ut later bat la tbe mean ttme called Mr. Benhelm by telephone aat. learned tbat tbe latter knew *r|fhtwt ef 0w matter and suggested that the stranger be arrested. The stranger, however, suspecting tbat his scheme was discovered, failed to return to tbe Hat**, aa Mr. Skelly bad told blm tbat Mr. Benhelm weald be consulted ta rogtrd to the subject. lJ,,l,,I*,W,,l"'I*,I"'l* *i"I"a"*M" ,W*"I"I,*__ mra mmm Tee ease et Harry Haffer of Be taa vs Clayton Mat—saa, ta which tbe plaintiff asks 115.000 damages tot Injuries sustained by being bit by a bicycle betas ridden by the defend- Ut to set for trial ta common pleas court at I Mtoa next Wednesday. Bailey's Dancing School . Mr beginners starts Tuee- tt, T:lt; bo assembly. Per Belt Oa* Jersey cow,, a fiae I—tsr, 1 ftmfly be*—, etty broke, wt laat IMS. far tatormattoa, eall Ce*- It-B-t. Sebring. ttt lr__B___ri__k Dhonfe Na 1Mb St. 8el O. SHEET taUBlC SALB, IS te ttt VALUES AT t paa Eta. THE NA* TIOMAL MUSIC CO. STREET CLAIM iLLJEIED Mt. Union College-Mistelski Case to Be Heard < Friday Tb* eas* of Mt. Union Collage va Theodore Mlstelskl and wlte wm be argued la common plea* court at Canton Friday oa aa Injunction proceeding. Thla ease toe peculiar oaa Th* defendant* owaed a tot oa College street which Moaat Union Otllspt coveted te- complete Ibe campus grounds. Mlstolskt's tttttt te eta thto toad aad entered Into a toad contract to sell the same to tbe college and eventually conveyed the laat by deed to the college and received payment fir tbe same. Running aaraHtl with tha lot and adjoining It wa* Miller aat* aBe which waa vacated by tb* city at this point. The taw states tbat when a street to ts rated tbe va* eated portion shall be divided equally between the property owner* mi either side et tbe street arte owa abutting property. Ia tbe deed given to taa college tbe tract eaa* veyed was fully described bat tbe claim for vacated toad ot Miller ave* nn* eas reserved. After' —•vacation of the avenue aad tbe conveying of the lot le tbe college Metelshl took posaeaslon et ent bait at the vacated toad, a strip 30 feet wide and stated be waa going to build a aeaae upon this tract aat began to excavate for a cellar. This caused a temp—-try inetentttng arts* |e taaue from the court te atop tb* work of Mestelskl. Tbe ease will come be* fere tbe court for a Mariag Friday te dissolve tbe injunction. Attorneys Bart aat Koehler will seat tbe college. C OP C MEET I NO. The Executive Committee of tbe Alliaace Chamber af Commero* to scheduled to bold a session Priday afternoon jst one o'clock, si tbe C. ef C rooma. 01 ARNOLD Coroner Says Girl, Known ^s^ei-lsSfe>Victim .of y j §ji^Voha1ftw^^i^S The finding of the bruise*! body ef Mrs. Zana Arnold-m.nlaO$£ Cleveland wbo was said to have been m*rried tn Alliance some years ago, brings to the recollection of tb* local police that the department wsa called upon at one time to locate a girl named Zana Arnold, then aged about thirteen, whom it was believed bad been abducted. The girl was found In a bouse of questionable character, ea Front street. sat apparently bad been dragged. Upon regaining consciousness She sta* ted that while walking on Bast Main street, at Seneca avenue, she was grabbed by a msa who placed a handkerchief ever bar. mouth causing her tc become unconscious. This was the iast she remembered until awakening at the Front street place, whence she was returned to her bwn*.*^^r% Tbe declaration ot Coronor Byrne and Dr. Philip A. Jacobs, of Cleveland according to a press report, Thursday, ls that Mrs. Dunlap's death was taa It alcoholism. . Joseph Burley, bait by the police, and who it? said te have admitted that be was with th* young woman Sunday | night, will llktly be released since the verdict of th* coroner. _p Tbe bruises fonad oo the body tot the police to believe at flrst that she bad been murdered. The Arnold woman who married Frank j Dunlap In MllsaW -12 years ago and who was fonad dead la her room In Cleveland Wednesday morning, while ta Alliance. was ta the employ of the Russell House. Later she went to Toledo, where she work*, ed la the Wayne hotel then tat charge ef John Schlagel of 11 lance. END OFJUMMER Eaulnoxial Storm of Mildness W*l- oomes "**H. Summer ead* today and as ee write the equlnoxlal store prevails. ft to not a severe one bat enough te make seed tne old say log that as tbe aaa crosses tbe line, as Eta Saya aad nights become equal tbe elements be gin th*lr stay aat a •torm follows. Baa ta wit bat tad just before a* lie the beautiful October daya, the most beautiful of the year. The summer hss beea sa unusual bet one and there wss little rain fall. .The harvest matured by the sun—Me baat to. ready ta gather aad la moat cases Is a satisfying on*. Some of tbe crop* bee* beaa dwarfed by tbe drouth, bat plenty will reign and tbe farmers should be contented fer there ta a ready market at advanced prices for the crop*. I Tb* ending ef summer closee the three quarters at a year of prosperity aad brings tbe thoughts of saaw aad frost, when tbe ice assa greet aad sat am eoel man happy. We have ae eulogy tar tbe dead summer, tt wta he to—>d la the record ef yean, te which eaeh eaa will have access, aat w01 aftl aa Individual account. WANTEO—A DELIVERY BOV POR STEADY t08 DRIVINO MEAT WA- 9\ O. BOX ttt PANCY CANNINO PBACHES SIJD —ACME CAStPfTORES. Bott's School far Dancing N*a= torm tar beglaaera will start Tuesday. September tt. Bit-Mac hall, at t:tt. Petes point—eeL A.M.a .._. br ap- O. a ITM. Member of WANTEO—tt ROOD CARPENTER* W8LL BAY tt* PER HOUR. BTSAOY EMPLOYMENT. B. M. woooa. a ra sroj bbll uaw. Tin G0NDEMNS1FRENGH WON POLICY GHKK Not Prompt Enough in Avenging Lusitania's Loss, He Asserts HITS APPOTNTmNT OF THE COMMONER Mexican Policy is Flayed by the President's Predecessor BY FORMER PRESIDENT WM. H. TAFT. Copyright 191S- hy. YsJe Syisiaw Special Permission to Internstlonsl News Service. New Haven, Conn., Sept 21.—The state department Is the department of international law. Mr. Bryan wa* not appointed because ef his qualifications to act as secretary ef state aad to determine the foreign policy of our gov- evi—nent. He was appointed to solidify the Democratic party In con grass in support of legislation which Mr. Wilson was seeking and with a view .to domestic polities. *M$% It was bave been difficult to select a man of prominence whoee experience sad the bent of whose mind fitted him 'toai to conduct our relations With other countries. After the slaking of the JAtsitania and the unlawful drowning of 150 Americans, the delay of tbe administration In "bringing the sharp Issue with Get—any to a head bas exposed this country to a charge of weakness aat vacillation. The next feature of Mr. Wilson's foreign policy, the consideration et which forces Itself upon tbe electorate, ls that pursued ht Mexico. Twelve days before tb* close of tbe tost administration, through a coup d'etat Huerta had become the constitutional prasldsatilf lt*sbai He was the oaly nfTlslti. (I* facto or dejure, exercising any real power la Mexico ter law and order. Madero and tbe vlee president had resigned under duress snd Lascutate, a cabinet otDoer, -bectaat by toe itrt* visional iiiasllleiu TjprinTsIn appoint- sll iltastttr^ssrshtjr. ef government ***** **-•* eeetgegdasjgi by tew Huerta succeeded to twRprovislonal presl- oeheyAW-p^Sdi' ^*l^*_ >7J9 All-this wsa before-—a death of Madero. The complicity ot Huerta In the killing of Madero has aot been established. Huerta himself denied tt and there were reasons for attributing tbe there were reanons for attributing the act to others.'-. It was amateur diplomacy and statesmanship which let Mr. Wilson aaB Mr. Bryan to assume the tight to • convict Huerta and declare him Ineligible to become the president. Attempt is made to avoid responsibility for the palpable blunders la Mexico by saying that the situation waa "an inheritance" from tbe last at* -ministration. The slightest consideration of the taata and dates shows the took et weight la such a defense. Twelve days elapsed between Hu- erta's accession to th* presidency sat die Inauguration of President Wilson. Amh*s*ader Wilson advised recognition ef Huerta after securing trom blm action aeea the rightful claims ot matters of dispute aad ot ber citizens for injuries sustained by tbem. Had the Republican administration continued tt would have recognized Huerta I BULBARS; SERBS BEATEN Terrific Counter Attacks of the Germans in Purftt«-I Held by Near Zealand Troops South of the AncrtJ Are Repulsed With Terrible Losses to the Teutons* Says British War Office—French Claim Gains on Verdun Front and AlHied Advances on Saloniki. ^ j tnt.rnational N.wa Bervtee. •Berlin, Germany, Sept 11.—Fighting la the Dobrudja district, which has beea raging furiously for two days, to aow at a standstill, according to the offlclal announcement of tbe war office this afternoon. Ta the fighting on the western front tite war office admitted that ground had been lost south west of Ran court aad Bouchavesnes. North of tta Somme near 'Caere** lette continues hand lisimfls battles are reported. Attacks mar Fleers were repulsed as were some near Thi- aumoat. The flat follows; "Western front—North. ef the Somme near Courcellette there was continuous band grenade flghta Enemy attacks near Fleers west et lee Hoovers and north of Combles were re pulsed. South .of Rancourt ear troops bolt trenches taken by the crown prince.' On the right ot the Meuse in the Thlaumont-Fleury seetor enemy attacks were repulsed. i "Balkan front—Mtckensen's forces fighting In the Dobrudja have come to' a standstill. "Macedonian front— Pleach troops suffered lest. Bulgarian troops In ths region ol Fiorina were victorious. Bui- garlan cavalry panned retreating enemy, dispersing forces. In the region east of the town numerous prisoners, and seme machine guns were taken." i^-The Bulgarians bave been sweeping tbe French before tbem en the Macedonian treat/ it was announced. The Turanh were declared to have suffered heavy losses. Bulgarian cavalry pursued the i^taBllUf —reteh forces, cuttlBBv—em topleoea, itoj s,S Repeat** Serbian attaakt en the | —at-naaalaa-Mogleacca treat HaQGLHEUND OUTINC City Auditor aad Mrs. C. O. Silver motored to Cleveland Wednesday, taking a* guests Misses Flora Peer- sea aat Fay Jones of the city auditor's office, and Miss Ann Conlln of the water works department. The day was devoted to a visit and inspection of the aew municipal building and offices for the purpose of gaining information aa to tbe meth- oda employed la transacting busi- tmat *f the city. Later a number of tte parks sat tbe Cleveland art* gallery was visited. The party had dinner at the Hollenden. The eat* ing proved aa enjoyable as well, aa aa Instructive oae. UIKI_R FILE! It Was Argued asst Suatained by tads* Ake Thomaa Worley brought action some time ago against the Stark Eleetrle Company, P. L. Mowry aat David Oreenahlelda, ia which he pe- titloned the court te grant aim Judgment against th* defendant* tar 11 ,- 000 for alleged false arrest. The caa* was fltod at Canton- Attorneys Bart aat Koehler filed a de- marer fee the plaintiff's petition on the ground that a corporation to aot liable for a tort oa the part of ita agent acting le hia own capacity. Jadge Ake sustained the demurer. EABt. KILLED IN ACTION. latsTBatloaal News flsi ilea Lcsstna. Sept. tl diss Wss. Fegl- aald Duncombe, second earl et Fare—ham, Major ef the Yorkshire Hassan has been killed la action. It was announced today. FANCY CANNING PEACH Et t1-20 acmb a»SM trraass. YOOB CAB BBPAIBEO. Obeveetot Servtee Station, Praak Bab—g_a. repairman, B- Broadway md ET. Ceatral bridge. Wstoss 4Mb aat Tail Ca _lu^_lHtt''tto|tefii^ Interaa—eaal Newa Swvtee, Sofia Sept. 21.—Bulgarian counter attacks thtew back tbe Allied forces ta Macedonia, the war office announced today. The enemy suffered heavy loss es mtt many prisoners wen taken. In Dobrudja the battle is being fought • with great stubbornness. The war office statement follows: "In-Macedonia the fighting ta the Fiorina sector is developing to oar aat vantage. By counter attacks the enemy was thrown back with heavy loss es and left many prisoners in ent hands. \1 "On tht Roumanian treat the battle ls continuing with great stubbornness. The enemy maintained ~p%g posltloa which Is powerfully fortified. "Elsewhere oa the totals' the situs* ttoa Is unchanged." Repulse Teuton Counter Attacks laternatlonal News Servtee. London, England, SepL 31.—Terrtflt counter attacks launched hy the Oer* mans agatoat tte British positions beld by the Ne~ Zealand troops south of tbe Ancre were repulsed with severe losses to the enemy, the war on flee announced today. The war office report follows: "South of the Ancre strong enema counter attacks were made continuously ntffni the night on the positions • held by the New Zealand forces. All were beaten off with severe loss to the enemy, who left a number of prisoners in ear hands and a large number, ot dead In front of ear lines. We ad* vancpd our front In this neighborhood. , "Several successful minor enterpri* aa* eare carried oat during the nif ht. Enemy trenches at many places were entered** Allle* Gain In Saloniki International News Service. Parte, France. SepL 21.—Substan* tial gains by the French and Servians In the fighting la Saloniki and repulse cf the Bulgarians was reported today) by the French war office. A violent counter attack by tbe Bid* garlan^ on Kalmakealan was repulsed, A vigorous counter offensive by the} Serbians succeeded to driving eat tha Bulgarians wp*fAjAA penetrated as fat ts Boats.. ,-^S '"**_^ __K__Ji; T¥e"p»encb upad* sytSH^Wtm kilos meter* te the west of Plso/lea^^j Preach BaHi In Verdun Sector International Newa Service. - Paris, France, Sept. 21.—Continuing , their.' attacks against German posl* tlons la the Verdun sector, the French forces have captured two enemy trench elements at Thlaumont and have advanced thalr positions oae hundred yards in the Apremont tor* eat. Then Is a toll ta operations oa both sides of the Somme, due te the had] weather. DIFFER 01N. I PRIMARY_TREND Republican and Democratic Chairmen Read Optimism in Result taternatloael Newa Bar—sa. New York, N. Y., SepL tl.—As la the Maine state election so tat the New York state primaries, both the repub Ucan aat democntlc national headquarters ben are claiming advantage. "The primary veto clearly shows that the progressives stand wl th organisation," said Wm. B. Wilcox, republican national chairman. "The vote indicates that the Ball Moose an within tbe fold ta the em- pin state sat I think then eaa be ao doubt thst Charlees E. Hughes win carry New York In November." Ia contrast te the republican confidence was the attitude of the democrat to national headquarters when It wee held that the Mew York primary result clearly indicated that Mew York state would go democratic ta November. **The defeat ef Robert Bacon hy Wta. M. Calder shows that the Influence of Theodon Roosevelt Js tatt ia New York," said Vanea C. McCormick, dem ocratlc aatleaal chairman. "The tarlk et tb* prognsslve vote, except la tbe instsaco ot Oov. Whitman did aot go at the old Uae republicans bat to the democrat a j^Sta '* •The primary result - te my mind, points conclusively ta tbe viewpoint that tte democrats woa a substantial portion ot tbe progressives, aat that tberefoie Mr. Wilaon apparently should win New York state ta November." llSl NEW YORK TO President to Speak in Aid of §§|| Seabury and McCombs wi UN SEWSEIBIIS Mrs. W. M. Stone whe has beea in the hospital far 12 days taflai lu| with Injuries sustained when the fell teat an anatJfM'iBt the rear of the McDonald shoe store tMB taken to her hoes* ea South Mahoning avenue Thuraday afternoon. She era* semi-conscious aat seemed te know that tte waa aat at home at the hospital aad wished to go home bat eoald oaly recognize a tew people and did not kaow when ahe waa tt'BBT MUSIC BALE, tt to tt* VALUES AT t POB »c THE NATIONAL MUSIC OO. International Newa Servtee, Shadow Lawn, Long Branch, It. X. Kept 21.—Out of friendship for Wm. F. McCombs, hto campaign manager tat 1912, eat Judge Samuel Seabury, Pns- Ident Wilson baa aboat definitely des elded to make at least two speeches la MME Tork during the campaign, Oae ef these speeches probably wilt be made ta New York City and the other at some point up stata yet to ba s started. The president has mad* It plain ttt hto -St•risers thst hto trip to Nee* York wta aot be la the astern of a stamp, tab* tear. Be is as determined as ever that be will net "take tbe stump." He holds te tbe belief that tt to below the dignity ef the office tor the president to mutt atump speeches la tte Inter. est of Us candidacy for re-election. The prealdent had no appointments for politic— conferences today. Since ihBBtag to Shadow Lawn he has discussed politics only with Chairman Vance McCormick, Secretary McAdoa and Postmaster General Burleson. It was aaid today, however, that tto next two weeks will see more activity along thto Baa HIT EHJP-E CISE Court Sustains Demurrer In Attanaa. si* Action Aa*l**t Italian Society. Some month sago Jerome O. Attoat asaio began aa action *gmfp*t tha Christopher Columbus Italian Society of Alliance, charging the society had libeled blm and asking judgment ta the sum of fl.ttt as damages. To thla the defendants through Attorneys Hsrt A Koehler filed s demurrer fop reasons aat forth. Tbe court bas sua* tained the demurrer through Judge Aha sad this mar end the case. NOTICE OP PRIVATE BALE. The household goods of Mn. Jane*; Wit—sets will be sold at private sale at the house, Ne. 20 Prejyect st, SepL 27- Sole beginning at 2 p. Ph'M Public Stenographer. Room 20t. Alliance bank Bldg- Houra t to gf Prompt aervlce; correct work.
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1916-09-21|
Stark County (Ohio)
Mahoning County (Ohio)
|Date of Original||September 21, 1916|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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Barometar 2S.15, Indicating ahewtre;
tjpaperatur* 74, cloudy.