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m. Cutting off the advertlelng may reduce expenses, big so does cutting your wind-pipe reduce the cost of llv- iae ! iuimm ;bbvtbw Weather: Fsir tonight; v»a*wi*i In south and east; cooler In north. Bar*. ometer 2PM Indicating fair; tempera. tare 70. elear. VOL. XXIX, NO. 42. ALLlAKCEs OHIO. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4,1916. TWO CENTS. PRESIDENT AND GOVERNOR HERE TODAY N . ... i i i > i , i —ii i i.i , 8,000 at Pennsylvania Station to See Mr. Wilson) Mr. Wilts Speaks Here Tonight GQVEBNQR VMLUS WILL AT COLUMBIA T Chief Executive of Ohio WiH Be First Speaker at Republican Rally in New Columbia theatre Tonight. Congressman McCulloch and Judge Woodmansee of Cincinnati Will Also Make Addretaea—Parade, Headed by Alliance and Canton Bands, Will Be Held Before the Meeting—Old-Fashioned Torchlight Pro- cession is Planned. President Wilson, like Candidate Hughes passed through Alliance,! practically in silence, but it Will not be silence at the Columbia theatre tonight. The Republican campaign opening for Stark county will be tonight aad in Alliance. A galaxy of orators wm-»ne' there and the meeting promise* to be a grand rally. Gov. Willis will ha there, Judge D. D. Woodman- see of Cincinnati will be there; Hon. Ro*coe»C. McCulloch will be there. The Alliance City band and tbe Grand Army band of Canton will be there. The McKinley elub of Canton tn full uniform and the Salem Marching club will be present. There will be a pa rad,e, preceding tbe meeting and red fires will burn. The issues of the state and national campaign will he discussed ead the policies of fhe Republican party will bo'contrasted with those ok the Democratic,..party and the verdict must jjqat wffh ths voter*'' to be given pn Novemeer 7. _y The. meotlag In the-—slnmbia theatre will be presided over by City Solicitor Morris. It will be called to order at 7; 30 p. m. Ladies are cordially Invited to be present Some day they will **oto and they will want to be posted on polltcal matters.. Everybody ls invited, especially Democrats. It Sill be an open meeting and a feast of oratory Is ln store for those , attending. The Alliance McKinley dub Wills make their -re-appearance in uniform In the parade and will meet at 7 p. m. In the council chamber of the ctty REGISTER TO ' CAST BALLOT IN NOVEMBER Thursday, October 5, ia First „ Day for General Registration EVERYBODYMUST ENROLL THIS TIME Polls Open 8. a. m. to 2 p. m. and From 4 to 9 O'clock *a|s PRESIDENT ANO OOV- at* HONOR ALLIANCE TODAY. si. President Wilson and Gover- ■"■- por Willis, ot Ohio, are honoring Alliance today. The unusual privilege comes -j. to this city to see their biggest •I. representatives in a single day. «£• President Wilson greeted a J crowd ot 8.000 people at the Pennsylvania station. : Governor Willis will parade tonight ln tbe Republican demonstration preceding the rally in the New Columbia theatre. Alliance Is justly proud of the honor a bright and sunny Oc- •!• toher day brought to ua. 4. sis ata *I-M-H*H*»t=»l"l 1 I tlH I I I President and Mrs. Wilson Spend Eight Minutes .Here ^WW^»MWA<MM^A<M^V»MMWMVMWVWs1 GOVERNOR PRANK B. WILLIS Chief Exscutlve ef Ohio will be Alliance'* distinguished guest tonight. He speaks at fhe Now Columbia theatre. building wtth Fred A. Zang as captain. They will go to Salem Saturday even* ing to help in the big Republican rally in our sister eity on the evening or Oet 7. The Alliance McKinley club is very much mitre. It met in the council chamber of the city building Tuesday evening with an attendance of about SO, wttl chairman F. A. Holies presiding and George R. Floyd secretary. There was the same old time enthu siasm sliean as four and eight year* ago. The arrangements for the meeting Wednesday evening was discussed ar.d it w«tK shown the executive ©om- m'ttee had secured the Columbia theatre for the meeting and the Alliance Uand tt- assist in furnishing the mu- ■te. Communications were read from the marching club* at Salem and Masslllon, the former stating they wQl' be present, to assist in the parade preceding the meeting Wednesday evening, it was also authoritatively an- rounced that the* Canton McKinley club in' new uniform* and headed by the Grand Army hand of that city will bo in line with the parade to attene the meeting. In the acceptance received from the Salem elub was an invitation to the A Manet club to attend the Salem mast li.e Saturday evening October 7 and this invitation by motion was aceept- ei and toe secretary instructed to so notify tbo Salem marching club. As tho present Is something of a reorganization ef the local marching club it was decided to notify the membership that the club will hold meetings ln the council chamber of the eity building each Tuesday evening until toe November election and two cap- i tainB ot teams to consist Of four members thi- contest to laat one week be are to enter a contest for new members the content to est one week beginning October S and ending October 10. Tho captains of the team* are Oeorge Floyd and John S Garman and these chose aa their assistants: Arthur Morris, Harry Knowle sand Edwin Wagner tar German and H. O. Roderick. Will Kimes and R. B. White te assist Mr. Floyd. The whs* nlng team will be presented wtth new tile hats for each iimiilini By motion it waa decided members of the club will meet to Em council chamber at 7 p. m. Wednesday eve- n'ng ln uniform to start ln the ffereit and J. H. Patton and C. O. Silver were named to notify members to he on band at that hour -to Join la- the larade. There will be a paradb, band music aad red flre Wednesday night preceding the parade and the eld time enthusiasm Will be rekindled in the Republican ranks through the efforts of ths) Alliance McKinley club. To Engage Prof. Hsssener aa Special Director*—Prepare for "Music Sunday.** The Christian church choir is com- < a wiil The funeral services tor Miss So* sephine Kay were held Wednesday afternoon drom her late home on Ba*t Columbia street. The services warm in charge of Rev. Frank J. Bry- gup pastor of the First Presbyterian mencing rehearsals for the special church. Nn music was rendered.l- The gray casket was covered Wtth beautiful floral trihnteo. The bearers were relatives et the deceased. The out of town relatives present were from Ravenna. East Fairfield and other place*. The Interment was made to.the ant-* lot in the Alliance cemetery. - CAR FANCY SMOCK PEACHES THURSDAY, 80c BUSHEL. ACME STORM. ■ i__ CHINA PAINTING LESSONS. New etesa for beginners OcL let. Special time Syr working girls, 3496 gl. It—e _iTyhatth. OIRLS OVER" tt WANTED TO WORK HI PRINTING DEPT. ae- CASKEY REGISTER CO. 'Music Sunday," which will be Ne vember SUk With the number of good soloist* which this organisation has the audience eaa siaedt some excellent music during the coming winter. Plana are under way. for the engagement of-Prof. E. A. Hsssener to give the choir special musical training. It la probable ttet later la the season, n number et leading singers in tha etty will be added to the chorus snd some oratorio given under tho direction ef Prof. Hass- eoer. Alliance should have a well drilled chorus as It certainly haa tbe capa- ble singers. On account of the Alma Gluok concert Friday nighL toe Christian church choir will meet for rohserssl at 7 o'clock. A general registration of voters nf Alliance will be held during October. A general registration Is made once in four years at which time each voter must register or he cannot vote- In order to vote at the Nocvember election yen must register on one Not the days fixed for registration by tbe board ot elections. This ta tan* peritave. The name of every voter Whe hen registered will be printed ln books of registration, issued for each precinct and unless your name appears in this book you cannot vote. Registration.days will be named by tbe election board. The first day for registration will be Thursday, October 5, nt which time go to your voting place where registration officers are in charge and register- This ts the day set tor a general registration. The booths will open at 8 o'clock a. m. and continue open until 2 p. m. They win reopen at 4 p. m. and close at 9 p. tt. CItitens naturalized by the courts, must take with them their naturalisation papers tone registration booths when* they apply for registration. Unless this ls dene they will not be allowed to register. FriendB of such will try and impress upon our law made clti—*ns the necessity ot taking their naturalization papers with them when they apply to be registered. Don**, neglect this. Thurs day is your flrst chance to register. Don't neglect It The following are the place* where the registration boards will be found tt the several precincts of the dty: First Wsrd. Precinct A—North Park SL school, corner North Park and Washington. Precinct B—Fire station No. 1, E. Market street. Precinct C—North Lincoln Ave. school, corner North Lincoln and Wayne. Second Ward. Precinct A—-J. B. Martin's confectionery store, 716 East Patterson SL Precinct B—Mike Miller's dry cleaning shop. 47 S. Liberty Ave. Third Ward. Precinct A—L.. W. Judge's cigar store, 219 South Liberty avenue. Precinct B—Fire station No. 2, corner Liberty and Garwood. Precinct C—Fiedel and Simon Bros, grocery store, 1123 East Summit street. Precinct D—W. W. Mower's garage, rear 756 South Seneca. Fourth Ward. Precinct A—L. Stroup's ware room, Mill street. Precinct B—State street school, State atreet. Precinct C—E. M. Llncke's coal office. 118 Eaat Grant street. Precinct D—Carnegie Library building, corner South Arch and East High. Precinct E—South Lincoln avenue school building, corner Lincoln and Weat high. Precinct F—C. O- Bcraaton's store room, 79 East Orant atreet. HILLOnTCN CMUL TQ MQ_M0UHT UNION Announcement *8 made that the ML Union College Women'a dub la arranging to hold a Hallowe'en carnival the evenings of October 30th and 31st, i at the college gymnasium. The program will consist of music and amusement* aad two booth* wfll be provided to sail articles of various kinds. As toe club never does things hy halves tha public may teet assured that a big treat is tn store for all who attend the carnival, the proceeds ot which will be used ln parking the campus fronting on South Union avenue. ARE LINED; CHEERS GIVEN -s I I Mt. Union College Faculty and Students, Headed by Band, March to Station to Pay Respects to President Wilson—High School and Grade Schools Are Dismissed-—Tm Very Much Pleased With Your Fine Greeting, But I Am Not Making Any Speeches/' He Tells Crowd—Children Wave Flags as President Bows Farewell to Assemblage. ®//t*A, m®®t»ym8$ PRESIDENT AND MRS. WOODROW WILSON Mrs. WilsfctTdid not appear while the president's train stopped in Alliance. She was formerly Mrs. Edith Boiling Gait. Mr. Wilson wore a grey sack suit today and stood hatless aa the crowd cheered him. CONCERT SINGERS WANTED. A soprano and alto wtth good voices, wanted tor musical quartette. Concert work. Must he good aolo- tsta. For information address Box E. F., care Review. Bailey's Dancing School Beginners' class for students Friday 7 p. m. prompt 1_et year'* pupils 8:15. CAR FANCY SMOCK PEACHES THURSDAY, BOc BUSHEL. ACME STORES. The Alliance Clearing House Association has been organised by the four banks of the city and began operations Monday morning. The object of the association Is to adjust daily balances of each ot the tour banks. Each morning a representative of each bank appears at the clearing house at 9:88 o'clock with the checks of the other banks, taken in daring tbe course of business of the previous day. An accounting of these ia made and a balance struck. After this balance has been determined toe bank representatives return to their several banks with a statement issued from the clearance house of the amount due from one bank to another and at 10:30 a. at. thla indebtedness Is liquidated and the banks are ready for similar trans actions fhe following day. The clearance house facilitates business and is a great convenience for the banks. * The present month the clearance house is with tha People's bank. In November It wfll be with one of the other banks and a rotation with a change eaeh month will be the rule. la large cities, a clearing house. Independent ef the banks is establlsh- d and maintained by the banks, and through such, millions of dollars pass daily. UOBEW UK DEID W«a Por Yeans Pa**eng*p Train Engineer, Penn* Lines-"'Many AIM- -. anee Relatives Andrew Long, a former resident of Alliance, stepson of Mr. and Mr*. John Fluchel, deceased, died at his home, Mahoning snd Road streets, Canton, Wednesday morning at 8:15 o'clock, teb result ot bowel trouble His age vras 64 years. Mr. Long tnr years was a Pennsylvania Railway passenger train engineer, beginning hi* work for the company in 187L Of late years ne had been pumping station engineer at Can ton. Mr. Iy*ng had a wide acquaintance, was a splendid engineer and good citizen and the news of death comes with regret to all who knew him. Surviving is a wife but ao children. Will, Henry, Oeorge, Charles and Har* ry Plucbel, aB of Alliance, are half brothers and Mrs. Robert Hamilton nad Mrs. Emma Kleinman both ef Neville island, Pa, are half sister*. Puneial service* wfll be held from the home to Csnton Thursday evening aad Priday morning the remain* will eh toh—• to Allegheny where burial =*_. b*e*_-do. International! Hears Servlee. - Berlin, via London, Oct 4.—"A* the result of an encircling attack" the German war office announced this afternoon, "Roumanian forces which had crossed teh 'Danube near Rjahova, south of Bucharest withdrew ln a hasty fllghL** Roumanian gains west of Parajd, north of the Transylvania— Alps, were admitted by the German war office t—tr afternoon. The state reports advantaged for teh Austro-Ger—an forces in front Cf Fogaras and west of Caneni as well as the repulse of Roumanian attacks in the (Hatzeg mountains. French Attacks Repulsed Berlin, via London. Oet, A—The German war office this afternoon renprted the repulse of French attacks on the Teuton positions on tbo Sallly-Ran- court road and ln teh SL Pierre St. Vaast wood. One French officer and If8 men were captured. It • was announced today. British attacks between Thiepval and the Meqnet farm were ''easily repulsed," the statement rOd. Alliance people paid a tine tribute to President Woodrow Wilsoa, Wednesday, when a crowd estimated at from eight to ten thousand people assembled at the Penna. depot to greet the nation's chief executive as he pass ed through this city on his trip to Omaha, Neb. The president's car, the- "Superb" was attached to the second section of No. 19 bn the Pittsburgh, Ft. Wayne & Chicago railroad, Which reached Alliance at 10:30 o'clock and made a atop here of about eight minutes to enable the two loco. motives drawing the train to take water. As far as Pittsburgh the president aad party had a sneclal train of three coaches and a baggage car which were attached to the regular train coming westward. The train passing through Alliance was made ap of eleven cars, drawn by two locomotives. Crowds Line Tracks for Two Blocks Long before the time announced for the arrival of the president, the crowd began to gather and when the train arrived there was one of the largest assemblages ever noted at the Perm, sylvania depot. Trainmaster W. C. Hlgglnbottom, Oeaeral Yardmaster B. W. High, Yard. master Oeorge Grubb, Lieut. Palmer, Depot Officer Pinkerton and various other officials and employes of the Penna. company were on duty looking after the handling ot the train and safety of the persons in the crowd. When the train halted, Captain 3. A. Fawcett and Officer Lower of the oity police, with Lieut. Palmer, took positions about tbe observation end of tbe president's car as a protective, measure. A number of secret service men stood upon tbe coach platform, aa did the president's secretary, Joseph Tumulty. As President Wilson appeared upon the observation platform he was greeted by lusty cheering. He at once began shaking hands with those nearest to toe car. Someone ln the crowd shouted, "What's the matter with President Wilson?" the response was a hearty "He's all righL** "Three cheer* for the peace President," said another and the crowd cheered. The crowd then began calling for a speech. The president's reply was: "I am very much pleased with your fine greeting, but I am not making any speeches." He then resumed his handshaking continuing this until the train started, the crowd again cheering as the train departed. College Students and Professors March. As a tribute to President Wilson, President W. H. McMaster and the I ■M-l-M-H-K. "H-l-H* *r>*+** *f* •$• PRESIDENT MEETS LOCAL 4. MAN WHO WAS HIB ata *• OFFICE BOY IN ATLANTA, sis 4. T eje- President Wilson, during his 3. * brief stay in Alliance thte morn- JL «$• ing, met a former office boy 4. 4- and he is now a full-grown Alii- JL 4» anee man. JL •1* When the train stopped, a af* 4« man elbowed his way up to the 4. •f* President's private car, "Bu- .J. •$• perb" and said: 4. •!• "Hello, Mr. President, your 3. 4. flrst office boy in Atlanta, Ga" 4. •J* "Hello, Willie, I am glad to *h see you," returned the presi- 4. dent, recognising the man who •J. had addressed him. tThe "former office boy" Is William A. Harris, general man- 4* ager of the Federal Develop- «£» ment company, tg the Alliance * Bank building. Mr. 'Harris ran .Is brrands tor Mr. Wilson when * the now President was practlo 4« ing law in Atlanta, Ga. Mr. ah Harris has oult running et- 4. •?• rands and now makes motion 4. 4* pictures. JL *I**I*=T"I*v For Sale—1915 Saxon snadBter, In tne condition. Call atlas - Honor Carson. 440 80. Arch. YOUR CAR REPAIRED. Cheveolet Service Station,' Frank Babington, repairman, E. Broadway and N. T. Central •bridge. Haines Auto and Tail Co. CMS GU DEM) Mother and Brother In Alliance— Burial to Be Mad* Here. Charles Garland, son of Mrs. Lydla Garland and brother of Harry Garland of Alliance, died at a hospital tn Youngstown Wednesday morning at 8:80 o'clock following an illness from typhoid fever. Deceased waa a son of the late John Garland and was about 40 years of age. Hia home for some time had been In Youngstown. Beside the mother and brother In Alliance he le survived by a wife but no children. the body will be brought to Alliance for funeral service and burial the time ot service a* yet not having been announced. Former Office Boy of Wilson Is Local Man HURTS MP IR FILL George Powers, aa employe of the Penna company, met wtth injury about 8:18 o'clock Wednesday morning when he fell from a car, at the Mahoning avenue crossing, striking his hip against a rail. Sharer's ambulance conveyed him to hia home, NO. 1486 South Linden avenue, where Dr. Times si atteaded him. Mr. Powers Is employed aa a car repairman. CAR FANCY SMOCK PEACHES THUR8DAY, 90c BUSHEL. ACME ■TONES. ONLY 2 MOM DAYS UNTIL ALMA QLUCK CONCERT. WILLIAM A. HARRI8 members of the faculty and students of ML Union college marched from, the Institution to the train, being led by tho College Band augmented by a' number of players from the Alliance High School band Public School Pupils Dismissed. Superintendent Stanton permitted* the teacher* ot the public schools to dismiss their pupils in time to go to the depot aad there were several thousand of these to greet the presldenL The Alliance Business College faculty and students also marched to the de> pot. The crowd was composed of several thousand voters, these being of all political parties who turned out to see the president as such rather than aa the Democratic candidate for re-eleo tion. Much credit is due to the Pennsylvania railroad officials and employes for the manner la which the vast assemblage was headled there being no accidents to mar the occasion. Veteran Greek Professor Marches. The Mt. Union college students were honored to have in their ranks Dr. 3. U. Shunk, veteran member of the faculty, who although seventy-two year* of age, marched with the boy* and girls from the college to the da> pot. Dr. Shunk has been, a member of the faculty for forty years, is a veteran of the Civil war and had the honor ef marching ln the big parade at Washington, D. C. at the close of the war when President Lincoln reviewed the troops. Recall President Lincoln's Visit. Another historical feature develop, ed during the waiting for the arrive] of the presidential train, when I. B. Heacock and Clarkson Heacock, brothers, who wore present recalled that on February 17th, 186L President Lin. coin visited Alliance and made a short speech at a point not very distant from that upon which President Wilson stood, Wednesday. President Lincoln, it was recalled, arrived over tho Cleveland & Pittsburgh line on a special train of two coaches and these were halted in fr<°.nt of the old Sour- beck hotel, then located at the northeast angle of tbe Intersection of the C. A P. and P., F. W. & C. railroads. The distinguished guest took dinner here before resuming his journey. It has been suggested by Dr. McMaster that the Sons of Veterans secure some sort of a bronze tablet and mark the place where President Lincoln stood when making the address here. There were many railroaders In the crowd and tbey joined ia tho cbeera which the crowd gave the presldenL School children, waving American flags gave him a parting tribute and he bowed graciously in acknowledgement. President Has Aged. The president has aged and hie hair is* white aad his brow furrowed and wrinkled. The cares of office, have, apparently rested heavily upon General manager ef the Federal Do- velopment C«h Alllanoe Bank bulW- Ino, who Greeted president Wilson ee,. -h* femTer office boy" having rne _**- ■***•'"=d * he" y**™ **°j. "*• •rrandTtor th* pre*.dent when he *»_«-■ "_-*jewaa-raph covered his wn practicing levTmAtlenin. €_-*■£»•;■» •*'»'««•«* «? to*™**** over 20 yoar* age. Th* pr**id«nt reo- Stne_»rd in Philadelphia and he ognlzse>hn. * (Continued en rage Twelve.) —'. A —-m . TtS 'iJSf'l %A
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1916-10-04|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||October 4, 1916|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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Cutting off the advertlelng may reduce expenses, big so does cutting
your wind-pipe reduce the cost of llv-
! iuimm ;bbvtbw
Weather: Fsir tonight; v»a*wi*i In
south and east; cooler In north. Bar*.
ometer 2PM Indicating fair; tempera.
tare 70. elear.
VOL. XXIX, NO. 42.
ALLlAKCEs OHIO. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4,1916.
PRESIDENT AND GOVERNOR HERE TODAY
N . ... i i i > i , i —ii i i.i ,
8,000 at Pennsylvania Station to See Mr. Wilson) Mr. Wilts Speaks Here Tonight
GQVEBNQR VMLUS WILL
AT COLUMBIA T
Chief Executive of Ohio WiH Be First Speaker at Republican Rally in New Columbia theatre Tonight.
Congressman McCulloch and Judge Woodmansee of
Cincinnati Will Also Make Addretaea—Parade,
Headed by Alliance and Canton Bands, Will Be Held
Before the Meeting—Old-Fashioned Torchlight Pro-
cession is Planned.
President Wilson, like Candidate
Hughes passed through Alliance,!
practically in silence, but it Will not
be silence at the Columbia theatre tonight. The Republican campaign opening for Stark county will be tonight
aad in Alliance. A galaxy of orators
wm-»ne' there and the meeting promise* to be a grand rally. Gov. Willis
will ha there, Judge D. D. Woodman-
see of Cincinnati will be there; Hon.
Ro*coe»C. McCulloch will be there.
The Alliance City band and tbe Grand
Army band of Canton will be there.
The McKinley elub of Canton tn full
uniform and the Salem Marching club
will be present. There will be a pa
rad,e, preceding tbe meeting and red
fires will burn.
The issues of the state and national
campaign will he discussed ead the
policies of fhe Republican party will
bo'contrasted with those ok the Democratic,..party and the verdict must
jjqat wffh ths voter*'' to be given pn
Novemeer 7. _y
The. meotlag In the-—slnmbia theatre will be presided over by City Solicitor Morris. It will be called to order at 7; 30 p. m. Ladies are cordially
Invited to be present Some day they
will **oto and they will want to be
posted on polltcal matters.. Everybody ls invited, especially Democrats.
It Sill be an open meeting and a
feast of oratory Is ln store for those
The Alliance McKinley dub Wills
make their -re-appearance in uniform
In the parade and will meet at 7 p. m.
In the council chamber of the ctty
REGISTER TO '
Thursday, October 5, ia First
„ Day for General
ENROLL THIS TIME
Polls Open 8. a. m. to 2 p. m.
and From 4 to 9
PRESIDENT ANO OOV-
at* HONOR ALLIANCE TODAY.
si. President Wilson and Gover-
■"■- por Willis, ot Ohio, are honoring Alliance today.
The unusual privilege comes
-j. to this city to see their biggest
•I. representatives in a single day.
«£• President Wilson greeted a
J crowd ot 8.000 people at the
Pennsylvania station. :
Governor Willis will parade
tonight ln tbe Republican demonstration preceding the rally
in the New Columbia theatre.
Alliance Is justly proud of the
honor a bright and sunny Oc-
•!• toher day brought to ua. 4.
*I-M-H*H*»t=»l"l 1 I tlH I I I
President and Mrs. Wilson
Spend Eight Minutes .Here