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Cutting eft the advertising may reduce expenses, hut so doe* cutting your wind-pipe reduce th* cast ot living. ^mi _*_-J-__-B mm- Waath*r: Fair tonight and Tues. •Jay. Barometer 01.60 Indicating fair; temperature 61; clear. VOL. XXIX, Nom AIXIAN<CE. OH|0. MONDAY, NOVEMBEB *fm&i6. TWO CENTS. GKNTQN GilMS IT IS TO BE II R. R. TERMINAL m _f ■ Says Ailliance Will Be Given Up as Pennsylvania Terminal SUPT. KRON ^»/ILL NOT CONFIRM IT Even Distribution of Time is Said to Enter Into Rumor According to a report from Canton, Canton is to be made the end of a dirt sion oa the mala line ot the Pennsylvania railroad sad that Alliance will IW.~ftrA *e given up sa the terminal at the diss wr v,Blons operating east to Pittsburg- and west to Crestliae. This was current to Canton railroad circles Mon- At. 8upt. Kron'a office in Pittsburgh is was announced that tab road had no definite information te give oat, but officials would aot deny that such a change was contemplated The reason assigned to the alleged change is that Canton is midway be- tweeti Pittsburgh and Crestline, and that each division, If the change would be made would he less than 100 miles In length. At present the ma from Alliance to Pittsburgh is less than 90 miles while from Alliance to Crestline Is well over 100 miles. It 1b difficult to maintain an even distribution of time tor railrooad employes when dWslons are ot such a variance in length' aad the equalization .of divisions is a move being considered by the road throughout Us entire system. It is pointed oat that if the change ta made lt will be a benefit to Canton because tb* road would necessarily move a number ot its shops to Canton and would have to greatly extend ita already extensive yards at Stark It Is known that the road has previously been .considering su.eb. a move but officials have always covered th<> plans of tea company and it has never made aay announcement of the reported Changes. The Pennsylvania company is completing tha -ft-ding and track laying at Stark aiding that will provide room for? several hundred more cars. Tb* one lateral track at the east side yards now has 19 branch tracks and this number will be incheased by two or three more when the work is completed. •*w TWO NEW CURS ~*W HP —_. for Main Line of Stark Electric Are Received. Tbe Stark Electric Railway company has received at the car barn? two new cars far the main Una ot the road.. These must be equipped at tbe plant'with the electrical appliances before they are plaesd ln service. The aew ears have a aide entrance and are fine in outward appearance aad are much needed by the road ia advance ot the holiday travel which Is always heavy. I SONS OnETW Dtatrlat Meeting Held st Salem With Large Attendance. A district meeting of tbe Sons of Veterans waa bald Saturday evening at Salem with a large attendance. Patriotic addresses ware given by Rev. O. A. Ladd of East Palestine aa leader fallowed by S. W. Crawford of Lisbon, Prof. Lease ot Salem. The session was a most Interesting one. A number, of Alliance members attend- i ed. Tbo December meeting will he ■aaH with Lisbon members. little Son Dies George Kocsis, title son of Mr. and Mrs. George Kocsis, 810 East Broadway, died Monday forenoon at ten o'clock following a two wee*—' illness from pneumonia. The age was 10 months and 26 days. Beside the parents, one little sister survives. Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon from the home, the pastor ot the Hungarian Presbyterian church. East Cambridge street, to bave charge. Burial Will to) pads ln Alliance cemetery. fMUiiMTrrtri nr ftjgsnif n are requested TO MEET AT THE KOMI Of MRS. MARIAN, 2*4W, MARKET STREET, MONDAY AT 7:30 P. M. TO OO TO THE BEREAVED HOME OP .MRS. 8TACKHOU8E. ANNA MAU8, <WV*TT-je.ffl- for sale—overland touring car in fine condition: mu8t •e sold at once. the alli- ance motor car co. Clerk wanted—experienced man iii groceries, references. CALL O- 8. 31f*i> THANKSGIVING DANCE. A "-it-** of a time at Bailey's hall, Tbui- ,ay evening. See Sharer's Christmas cut glass. A BROTHER'S LAST TRIBUTE. 'fern Or _Jpi_P* |alt^PH____ SIMMf.battvlto' t Mffll WANTS BIT TO BUY II ML MINEIBY ROUMANIANS A SOLDI __39 G 25AVS The photograph shows the last rest-' tat place of Sergeant Slmpklns, In a millt—ry burying ground "somewhere I in France," to use the phrase which j tbe censor's laconic bulletins have j mad* —_aous. Sergeant Simpklna, as tbe' headboard announces, dead of wounds. It to all very brief, merely giving his number and the name of bis regiment. It would have been like .thousands of other -military gravea in Prance, had not Sergeant Simpkia's brother,, who happened tc be a member ef the same regiment, decided to make it different. He and some of the '"Tommies" "chipped ia" snd bought a wreath for toe sergeant's grave. Possibly the sergeant's brother la dead by now, too. \ lEKJEEM That" is the Cheering Word From The Mines There is a very good p*o«pect thet^> the coal shortage in Alliance is near an end. The trouble in getting coal recently has been largely caused by the tonnage ot coal for snipment and the tonnage of coal being shipped to lake porta tor shipment before the close of navigation. Hundreds ot thousand's of tons of coal have been loaded on lake freighters for their last trip before the close of navigation and to fill -these orders, the capacity of mines were taxed. There 1* a lifting of embargo by railroads' aad this will tend to relieve the shortage of car» sad give to the interior part of our country more coal. Already dealers are being assured that coal will become .more plentiful very soon. At. Sebring where the coal supply is received from the Pittsburgh coal fields, there is an abundant supply of coal which Is selling at three dollars per ton from the car, and all comers are being supplied. Dealers t Here, also report, much coal enroute and an over- supply for immediate wants will he the next report. That Alliance dealers who receive their. coal supply from the coal fields south of the city have been unable to get coal is noi disputed, end that pressing demaads caused an advance to dealers, is not questioned., but these conditions are about to end, and a lower price will prevail. A more hop«fful outlook for fuel in the near future is the cheering word today. j4s>S< MINI THE KIDDIES TO TOY. CAND. OPEN EVENINGS. THE DRAKE A MONINGER CO. Sxctastve *_*_>. 0—rde at the Art Deportment Ot the National Music Co. CAUL MAXWELL SERVICE STATION FOR TAXI AND LIVERY, SAY AND NIGHT. ©. 8. 6747. BELL 840-W. MRS. LUCY«' OEM) Talented Woman Dies at Her Home In Washington, D. C. Mrs. C. N.- Perry received word Sunday afternoon of tbe death of her sister, Mrs. Lucy Weaver, wife of Dan win Weaver of Washington, B.C. which occurred early Sunday afternoon following an illness of about two years. Beside bar husband she Is survived hy fear soas, Bobert, who is connected with the. Navy department sad is now in California, and Alfred, Charles and Chaster Weaver who resided to Washington. D. C Mrs. Weaver was sixty-one years of age and had been Buffering from a disease of tbe bone from Which she had been unable to walk tor over two years. She Is well known here having resided ia Alliance a number ot years. Mrs. CM. Parry of this city, and Emmet Snode of Snodes are a sister and brother of Mrs. Weaver. Funeral services will be held Tuesday. Mr. Weaver Is connected wttb tbe war department at Washington. NOTIC-. m^. MARKET HOUSE OPEN WEDNESDAY AND WEDNESDAY EVENING! UNTIL 10:30. DO YOUR THANKS-1 GIVING SI4QWFINO HERE. WANTED—25 YOUNG MEN OVER I tf YEARS OLD, ALSO 10 FACTORY LABORER8. BUCKEYE TWIST DRILL CO. PASSES AWAY Mrs. Margaret Osborne Dies at Advanced Age of 83 Years Says Alliance Should Engage in the Coal Business WOULD SELL SURPLUS TO ALL PURCHASERS Says it "Would Forever" Prevent Famine in sr:, the City ' 54 FLAGS AND [ Tenth Anniversary of the Beneficial Society is Cele- ; brated Here TWO BANDS FURNISH MUSIC FOR MARCHING —■ Mra, nlai_are*t H. Oeborne, wWow of the late James Osborne and oa* of the older of the people of the city, died Sunday afternoon at 3:60 o'clock at the home 761 North Walnut avenue from infirmities and complications due to advanced years. For some time she had been in poor and falling health. Mrs. Osborne was a daughter of Jacob aad Polly Hoffman and was born at Lordstown, Trumbull county, on March 2, 1833, her age being 83 years. Forty-live years ago the family came to Alliance from Wells county, Indiana, twenty miles distant from Ft. Wayne, and ever since had lived la the city, the home always being the residence where the death occurred. For 66 years Mrs. Osborne had been a member of the Methodist Episcopal church, being one of the oldest of the members of the First M. _• church, having- united with, it by letter at her coming to tbe city. She waa watt known to tbe older of Alliance people and was a splendid christian woman, a kind a*nd devoted wife, mother and friend. The husband died thirteen years ago. Surviving is one son, Edward H. Osborne, together with two grand children and one great-grand child. Of ber parental family ot ten children she is toe .last surviving member. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at tea o'clock from tbe home and at 10:30 o'oloek at the First M. E. church, Rev. Dr. McCarty to have charge. Burial will fellow In Alliance cemetery. > MARKET HOUSE WILL BE OPEN TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, WEDNESDAY EVENING UNTIL 10:30. NOTrCl MARKET'HOUSE OPKW WEDNESDAY AND WEDNESDAY EVENING UNTIL 10:80. DO YOUR THANKSGIVING SHOPPING HERE. COMPLETE LINE TOy§/-!MM DOLLS AT THE DRAKE A MOM* INGER CO. OPEN EVENINGS. FOR SALE—OVERLAND TOURING CAR, IN FINE CONDITION, MUST BE 80LD AT ONCE. THE ALLI- ANCE TdOTOR CAR CO. DUSTLES8 MOPS 1-3 OFF. CALL Jae. W. Bbse, Me-R BeU; 4385 O. S- RESERVED 8EATS HIRAM GAME AT ELLETT'8 OMAR STORE. Se Sharer's Christmas Jewelry. Remember t.leit—s with a photograph for Xmas. Photo Dept.. Nat M usic Co. DEMONSTRATION OF NEW DECEMBER VICTOR RECORDS, TUESDAY, nov. 28- Tine drake a mon- INGER CO. STORE OPEN EVENINGS. 8ee Sharer's $1 Christmas rings. ONLY 122 M Shopping Days Before CHRISTMAS! -•allowing the example cf Mayor Mit chell of .New York *a% who threatened to establish ' municipal coal stations to sell the poor coal at cheaper prices, Mayor C. 8. Westover today came out in favor of a municipally owned and municipally operated coal attoe to sell "black diamonds" to reei- deats of the city. The mayor think* this would help solve th* present shortage and would "forever prevent a coal famine." His statement follows: "To the citizens of Alliance: While I am being called many times 'uring the day and night I realize that 1 am your servant aad would be more ban delighted at this time, to relieve the oat- famine which is far more serious daring this sudden change of weather than is realised by.others than those who are Without iuel, myself and out retail coal dealers who claim to be unable to furnish coal at a reasonable price.. Yet I:oan not see any excuse why conditions should exist as they now appear. The opportunity tor mining coal is better than ever and the miners are getting no more money. The weather has been warm, not requiring the consumption ot as mueh domestic coal as usual at this timo ot the year. Railroald companies have been building new cars yearly and it has been reported to me that these cars .bare been used tor storing coal on Bid*. tracks all over the state. -s^B One of our dealers reports that he has had shipments on the road since November 14th, yet says that he can buy coal to be delivered promptly providing he pay such an enormous price that would forever mal:e his ' customers believe him to he a robber, and I wish to say now that right here is where the "cat is out ef tho bag" with another guess coming. Are the coal producers, the railroads and the steel corporations practically cousins and working together? Tbey can store aad hold their products tor a price satisfactory to themselves and all coal unsold during tbe Inhuman freeze-out period can be turned over to the steel corporations ia the summer time while the coal operators shut down the—* mines and. starve the miners to a batter wage scale. To this serious affair there is only one remedy that applies to this and many other similar cases and that is municipal ownership of all civic utilities. Suppose the cijy operates its own coal mines and during tbe summer sea son store the surplus coal within the city ,and during the winter place the output 04 aald mine on the market te the outside world at regular market price, tbe profits of which would r*. dues tb* cost ot production to the consumers of our own city, forever preventing a famine and always making a price below normals We have our own engineer capable of laying oat and-building public highways etc. that are luxuries, but bring no financial return. Of course wa can aot carry on a business at a profit off our citizens but we could produce a saving that would assist oar citizens I ia paying tbe interest on a couple of 1>our late bond issues amounting to 1200,000,' and Interest, at $9,000 per year, er 1760. per month. Oae more word in regard to tbe coal situation. Had the city ot Alliance a car of coal en route aad the railroaa company was ta. need of lt, the latter could confiscate it to its use, hat I can find ao law by which toe city officials can do the same. We can confiscate land ia aad oat of tbe city far parks etc., bat aot anything that la in tb* hands ot a railroad company. Who makes the laws and tor whom are they made?" (Signed) C. S. WB-TOVML Kit j §§ PUIS 1 Mr*. Adam Sponseller Die* Following Brief lltneee. Paris, O., Nov. *r7.--Mrs. Clara Sponseller, estimable wife of Adam Sponseller, residing two miles east ot Paris, died Saturday morning from enlargement of tbe heart following Illness ot oaly a few hours. Tbe news of death came aa a shock to ber many fr toads. Deceased waa a member of the Lutheran church and a ansaaa highly regarded and esteemed. Beside tbe husband she to survived hy two sons, oae aged 13, th* other 7. Miss Mildred Bpeakman of Paris and Mia. Bertha Albre—at ef Massillon are sisters while a brother resides at Mapleton. Funeral services will be held from tbe home at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning aad at 10 o'clock at the Paris Lutheran church. Bar. Cooperrider, tbe pastor, to have charge. _s__rc will be made in Liberty cemetery. DEMONSTRATION OF NEW DECEMBER VICTOR RECORDS, TUESDAY, MOV. 28. THE DRAKE * MON- INGER CO. STORE OPEN EVENINGS. flee Sharer's Christmas diamond*. Attend Services, Then Parade and Enjoy a Banquet Sunday was an important day for the Roumanian people of Alliance, the occasion being observed as the tenth anniversary of the finding of the TJ. R. Ard and Transllvar.eana Beneficial society, of tbls city, one of tbe successful and prosperous organizations of this nationality. About 11 o'clock a fine parade was held through the principal afreets of the city, Or. D. Delfino acting as chief marsh—I. In tbe procession were two bands of music and perhaps six hundred members of tbe local order and visiting delegation!! from a dozen or more surrounding cities. A specially attractive feature of the parade -was tbe display of American sad society flags, these silken banners numbering fifty-four. It was note*} that tbe Amer lean flags were accorded the place ot honor upon the right of the other emblems. Perhaps no similar occasion la this city has been marked by such a display of national flags. After marching for a time the celebrants went to the Greek Catholic church on North Freedom avenue, where serviced of a religious nature and lasting one boor were conducted. Rev. Teofli Popovici gave a memorial address honoring the society's dead. The music was of especially pleasing nature, a ladies' chorus giving Several numbers. Continuing tbe parade the marchers assembled at the Giavanafil's hah at Webb avenue and Ash street, where an elaborate banquet was served by tbe Delicatessen restaurant. Plates were laid for about fear hundred persons. ij»C§ Daring the afternoon aa Interesting meeting was held at which C. R. Paeeu, editor of -"America," -a Roumanian newspaper ef Cleveland was a speaker. Others having- addresses were John Hozea, president of tbe local society, Efram Orcan, the secretary and others. An entertainment was also given in the evening, this being largely attended and of interest. Mayor Westover and Chief of Police Oswalt were guests of honor in the parade and at the banquet, they occupying a cab in tbe parade The celebration brought' many vis Iters to Alliance, some of tbem remaining over night with relatives and I* friends here. The members of the local society are to be congratulated upon the success of the parade which attracted wide attention among the general public. 1 RAILROAD TIN, TAKEN! I Ir THE TEUTON FORCES 3tC, Field Marshal von Mackensen's Army Smashes Iits Way Northward from the Danube—1,600 Roumanian Officers and Men are Captured by the German Allies. Russia Tries to Save Part of Roumania from Complete Domination by Germany. Mil B¥ DEATH Harvey W. Stackhouse, well known Alliance railway man, the home at 216 West Market street, died to a hospital at Detroit, Mich., at 12:30 a a. Sunday morning. The remains were brought te Alliance Sunday night and taken to the home Monday morning. . For the^past year Mr. Stackhouse had been in poor health, a sufferer from —right's disease, only a part ot the time being able to work. Friday be left Alliance for Battle Creek, Mloh., tor treatment, but took worse upon the way and upon arrival at Detroit, Saturday morning, could go ao farther aad was taken te the hospital there. The word of death at Detroit came a* a shock both to relatives and friends. Ugtej Mr, Ototiweaae was a son of the lata Able Stackhouse aad was in the 32nd year of his age, horn at Minerva, Feb. 9, 1885. Hla early Ufa was passed la Minerva, to 1902 he entering the service of the Pennsylvania railway company ever being aa engineman, at present an engineer. Ia bis work he was a moat capable and efficient man having the confidence and esteem of employers and associates alike, and being highly regarded by all who "knew him. For three years the borne has been to Alliance, he coming to this city from Conway, Pa. He was a member of the Christian church aad also of tbe Brothernood of Locomotive Engineers snd Firemen. Surviving I* his wife, three brothers and one sister, Lundy Stack— ouse of Mansfield, Lawrence fftS—atbtifise of Malvern, Homer Stackhouse of Minerva, and Mr*. Sarah Stanley ef Canton. S. W. Stackhouse of North Georgetown, Mra. Melissa Karlin ef Moultrle. Mrs. Anna Jones of Alliah.ce aad David H. Queery of Cleveland are half brothers snd sisters. Funeral service will be held from tbe home at 9:30 Tuesday morning with further service at the Liberty church between Paris aad Minerva, With burial ta liberty cemetery. Tbe Brotherhood of locomotive __• gineers aad Firemen will meet ta e body to honor af their dead associate at the family home, 316 Weat Mart*', street, this Monday evening. tntarnatlonal Nawa Sarvlee. * Berlin, Germany, via Sayville. Nov. 27.—Field Marshal von Mackensen's Ormy of German allies smashing its way northward from the Danube has captured the important Roumanian railroad town of Alexandria. The cap- tare was announced today by the war office In a statement on Roumanian operations. More than 1600 Roumanian officers and men have been taken in the past 24 hours by the victorious Teutons. Vast stores of war supplies have been captured The sweep of the German albas through Roumania continues unchecked. Austro-Qerman troops driving down the Alt valley from the Tran- sylvanlan Alps have broken the Russo- Roumanian resistance., The Russian?. aad Roumanians are retreating. Roumanian troops from the Orsova garrison have been surrounded. In Dobrudja the German allies are crushing oat all Russian and Roumanian resistance. An attempt by tho French on the Somme front to penetrate the southern part of St. Pierre Vaast wood hy a surprise attack last night waa re pulsed by-the Germans, the war office reported today. A French raid attempted in tha Woevre district, east of St Mihiel failed. The text follows: "Army Group ef Archduke Josef— In the Carpathians a Russian reccon- ottering detachment.7 In the Ludova sector and several battalions north of the Negriora valley were repulsed. Tbe German and Austro-Hungarian troops of Lieut. Gea. Krafft and Lieut. Gen, von Delmenslngen, advancing an bath sides of the Alt from the north have .pushed the -enemy back behind the-Topoluga (Topolus) sector. "feast of Tlgveni, Saxony infantry regiment No. 182 brilliantly assisted by new Mark artillery regiment No. 54 took positions immediately before the enemy's position and then broke through "his lines capturing ten officers, 400 men and seven machine guns. The Roshiorl de Vede sector has been reached on both sides of Alexandria. "We captured Alexandria "From Turnu Severlnn our troops have pushed the remainder ot th* Roumanian .garrison of Orsova towards the southeast. There other forces block their way. The defeated enemy, besides suffering sanguinary losses, lost 28 officers and 1,200 mea in prisoners. We captured 3 cannon, 37 loaded ammunition carts sad 800 other vehicles, sit loaded. "On the Danube posts between Orsova and Rustehuk we have captured six steamers snd 80 tugboats. Most of them had valuable cargoes on board. '•■'■ "Army Group of Field Marshal voa Mackensen (Dobrudja)—Hostile at tacks carried oat by Russian cavalry and infantry failed Bast of Erchesee,. the advance of Bulgarian battalions jj drove tbe enemy from the forefield ot our positions. "Roumanian resistance is breaking before the advance of our Danube army." Alexandria is 47 miles from Bucharest on the Rhoeiori de Vede—Ztm- nitza railway. Roshiorl de Vede is 60 miles west of Bucharest and the samo distance east of Craiova. Three railway lines converge there. Russia Trie* To Aid Roumania. - London, Nov, 27.—Russia is making a tremendous effort to save, Roumania , from complete domination by the German allies. Fresh reinforcements of Russian troopi) are on their way from ' the Carpathians to Central Roumania to relieve the hard-pressed Roumanian armies between the Alt valley and Bucharest. The Daily Mall, which is the most outspoken of the London newspapers - on military affairs, Is apparently ready to concede the doom of the Balkan kingdom. It paints the situation there in the 'darkest colors. Greek Rebels To Fight Bulger*. Zurich, Nov. 27.—Troops of tbe Greek revolutionary government headed by Eleutherios Vehlzelos, will take their place on the battle front at once to fight the Bulgarians, says a dispatch from Salonika today. They have been equipped by the allies with whom' they will co-operate. The' Venizelos government at Salonika declared war against Bulgaria on Friday, news of this being received ln London on Saturday. - BulgarS Announce Telfton Gain*, idtcmatlonal Mew* Service. Sofia, Nov. 27.—The capture of three Roumanian towns by the forces of Gen. von Mackensen that crosse.1 tbe Danube from Bulgaria was reported by the war office today. The official statement announces the repulse of Italian attacks *n Macedonia. The.text of the communication follows: "Roumanian front—Artillery firing and patrol operations have taken place in Dobrudja. Bulgaria— detachments, cooperating with the -Germans, crossed tbe Danube near Svistova. After some fighting _mln!Ua was taken. We captured large stores of grain there. German troops that crossed the Danube near Samovit. occupied Islacsul and Rakovltza. Detachments of Bulgarians that crossed the Danube cooperated with the German force that took Turnu Severinn. "Macedonian front—An Italian battalion that tried a counter attack near Tarnova was repulsed. After a bombardment the enemy made a futile attach against our position oa Hill No. 1060 seat of Paralove." flea emotmr'u- Christmas caff links. HYDRAULIC PRESSES , STEEJjO. IS SOLD International News Service. Cleveland, 0., Nov. 27.—The Hydraulic Pressed Steel company, second oaly to the Bethlehem Steel company as a producer of steel forgings foi shells, has been sold to the Standard Oil company Interests for #870 a share part cash and part stock. The company has produced a seamless stoat barrel. The common stock of the company, which will be taken over at $270, amounts to $825,000. There is also $1,- 000,000 of preferred stock outstanding. MilS. M NEGUS Well Known To Many In Alliance Dies In lows. Damascus, O., Not, 27.—Word has been received of the death of Mrs. Jason Negus at West Branch, Iowa, which teak place Sunday. Deceased was Miss Emily Job**, ftosjlWtT of tbe late Joshua ahd Rebecca Jones, and was bora one mile south of Damascus where she made her home until married sixteen years ago. Soon after tbe close ef the civil war she became a teacher of tbe colored people in .the sou—l for several year*. She was a member of Friends church. She is survived hy her husband and the following brothers Sad sisters: Mr*. Sarah Hogue of Martins Ferry, Mrs Deborah Bunday of Colersin, Attorney Levi M. Jones of Canton, William ef Iowa, and J. Byron Jones oa the old homestead at Damascus. The funeral will be held Wednesday from the home 'in West Branch, Iowa. IMPORTANT MEETING £ . OF C.JFI TONIGHT A joint open meeting of tlie Alliance Chamber of Commerce and the Alliance Automobile Association will be helii tonight at the C. of C. rooms in city hall. The matter of planning far a community Christmas celebration and of boosting tbe H*»*B road improvement will be considered.. It to. planned to send a delegation to Canton Wednesday moi-int, to meet the Stark county commissioners over tbe matter of the proposed paying of tb* road. OHIO ELECTRIC 8WEEPERS FOR Sale or rent. Jno. W. Rose, 606-R Bell; 4386 O. 8. RESERVED SEAT8 HIRAM GAME AT ELLETS CIGAR STORE. BRING THK KIDDIES TO TOY- LANO. OPEN EVENING8. THK DRAKE A MONINGER OO- OFFICERS eMJJEO Harry Run to Broadway and Webb Avenue Where Crowd Had Assembled. About 10:30 o'clock Monday morn. ing, a call for police sent Capt. Few- cett, Officer Byder and Patrol Driver Eagletea tn the city patrol to Broadway aad Webb avenue, where perhaps a hundred persons had assembled. The officers arrested a man slated as Nick Tite whom it is said was armed with a pair of metal knuckles and who had caused the commotion resulting 18 tbe cal 1 tor the officers. Tito was brought to police headquarters. DECEMBER VICTOR RECORDS ON SALE TUE8DAY, NOV. 28. THE DRAKE A MONINGER CO. VICTOR VICTROLA AND TOY DE- PARTMENT OPEN EVERY EVENING. THE DRAKE A MONINGER CO. . MARKET HOUSE WILL BE OPEN TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY. WEDNESDAY EVENING UNTIL 10:30. Exclusive Xmas. Cards at the Art Department of the National Music Co. See Sharer's Christmas watches. WANTED—MIDDLE AGED COL. ORED MAN FOR JANITOR WORK. APPLY IN PERSON MONDAY MOM-lf- AT THE ALLI ANCE TIRE A RUBBER CO. al ii
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1916-11-27|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||November 27, 1916|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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Cutting eft the advertising may reduce expenses, hut so doe* cutting
your wind-pipe reduce th* cast ot
Waath*r: Fair tonight and Tues.
•Jay. Barometer 01.60 Indicating fair;
temperature 61; clear.
VOL. XXIX, Nom