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Cutting off the advertising may re- dttee sapsaaas, but aa does cutting year wind-pipe reduce the cost ef Mvlwfl. ||||| Weather: Fair tonight'except snow asm 'To%orny*htyl§im<l*]i"Tali ind *el«l Barometer-29.40 indicating fair; temperature 29; cloudyT^sJK. tOL. XXIX, NO. ^ ALLIANCE* OHIO. SATURDAY DECEMBER 9, 190. TWO CENTS. i—i WHS TO BOB i CONDUCTOR OF Thomas Slattery Held Up and Beaten in Conway, Pa., Yards GIVES BATTLE TO 1 f HE HIGHWAYMEN SUttery Receives a Hard |®'Bi0w on the Head With I Blackjack "t^hoatss m. Slattery, a Penna Com- , . paaf freight conductor, residing at No ir'~'49S South Seneca avenue, ia confined 'yes his bed suffering from injuries re- eelved about 10:30 o'clock, Thursday Attn.t, when be was attacked by foot- pads m the railroad yards at -Conway, When SfQh at his borne Saturday Hr<Slattery stated tbat he was check Ing up Ms train at Conway preparatory ip starting a ma when ba received a blow upon tbe top of tbe head, the assailant he believes being upon a car when be struck tbe blow. Two more times tbe maa struck, hitting Mr. Slat tery upon'tbe shoulder. The uhexpect. ed blow abd tbe severity of it dazed Mr. Slattery for a minute but ha realised tie situation and observing the thug, toW: "instead of youxgettlng . n« I will get you." He grabbed tbe fellow by the coat but another blow, which waa made by a bja-sK Jack upon *!*• Slatiery's band caused him to release tliet bold upon the man and the latter martt- a getaway, tt is tba opinion that there was a second thug but • t9^- Slattery did not go down when first struck perhaps frightened tbe men from making any further assault upon bim. 5jSj_j-f : Mr. Slattery waa able to make his wav to tho yard office, his face covered With blood. An effort was made to gs| tbe railroad officer at Conway but) he was away wttb tbe pay ear and tt was impossible to find any ether of- flcers ttft a considerable time. None ef the other trainmen was near at the <4 __ of the assault. ' When-', the services of a surgeon wet^ -siftrured it was -found that Mr. Slattery hadTreOlVed a dfrep WoutSff upofc tbe head, hlso several bruises upon .the shoulder and a bruised hand. The w«-»ina upon tbe head is the most serious one. As the trainmen bad just received their -mdney from the pay car it is tbe supposition that the footpads expected to secure the money that Mr. Slattery had received but frightened as they [were tbey made na effort to go through hia pockets. ■th-.-Tre-J-sel ta attending Mr. Slattery, 'who arfived at borne Friday. It was thought best that he go to a hospital bat' ho insisted upon being brought io his home where be is receiving good care. f P|B SEALS Overif,000 Red Cross Stamps Are Sold in the Schools Which Comic Strips Do You Prefer and Want The Review to Publish ? . More than 9,000 Red Cross Christmas sealc were sold Friday is tbe Alliance -public schools, under tbe dlrec tlon of Miss Frances Everhart, wbo supervised the sale and worked diligently for its flne success. Tbe sale waa preceded by healeh talks on tbe purposes of tbe stamps which wer* given simultaneously te all schools. It la probable tbat the seals will be heatooa sale ta one room ta eaeb build Ing from now until Christmas so that those children who did not bring their pennlea Friday may buy at tbelr pleasure. ' More tbaa a oaten girls left here Pll'_—a morn Ing at eight o'clock for Canute te aell the seals on the streets ot tbe canity seat. There is no sale in Canton snd tbe officers ed tbe state tu- bercirlosl? society asked tbe Alliance girls to sell tbe yuletide stamps to Cantonlans. ]j ODD FELLOWS J Attend Conferring Degree af Chivalry .' at Salem -nine Dee. 9.—Alliance waa well represented at Salem Friday night when tbe degree of chivalry waa con- terred Ah Squire C. F. Lease by Terry D. Knapp of Toledo, representing the Patriarch Militants. Mr. Letoe ea behalf ef tbe 1. O. O. F. ' wad p-reseated with a leHtoEe Jewel. Judge Moore of Lisbon, making the presentation speech. Mr. Lease haa __t *■*■** _ member of tbe Odd Fellows- §jjj[ lodge for more than half a century. ><A^Abeut twenty-five or thirty Alliance P>dd Fellows were present. HO* 8A--'>-OV«WlAjgp T-VHINtt CAM, IN FINE CONDITION, MUST M SOLD AT ONCE. THE ALLI- ANOE MOTOR CA* CO. WAKTIP—2S VOUNO MEN OVER ts Ttaaa old, also 10 factory LAtOBER*. BUCKEYE TWIST OIHLI.CO. LJlir aaMJMiHtr'e tmssm^kmitSs^^ The Review wants to take its readers into Its confidence. - We want YOU te decide what comic cartoon features yon want us to uae. The Review Is now publishing dally two cartoons, one of wblch is considered by readers and publishers the beat cartoon comic on tbe market. It ia Oeorge McManus' funny characterisation, "Bringing Up Father," It Is •najtotofcteg feed ftMtote asd we propose to continue tt. C • Ait we want to give yen two such features and we will be obliged If you help decide what tbe other cartoon shall be. ' In addition to "Bringing Up Father,** The Review la new using "Polly and Her Pala." Fer a number of years 4Mb newspaper published a comic entitled " 'Smatter Pop?" It waa discontinued ta order te allow readers to try "Polly, and Her Pala." Both are now being published by the two largest metropolitan newspapers te the evening field, "'Smatter "Pop*?" as the leading comic ta tbe Now York World and "Potty* as tbe leading comic ta the New York Journal. ' %%M Now that readers of; Tbe Review hove bad an opportunity of enjoying both "Polly and Her Pals" and " 'Smatter. Pop," we want YOU to decide which ef these we shall runt It la the desire of tbe Rill— te give ita readers the best two comic strifes published in tbe United States. It la generally conceded by every au- 1 H If III It .■l-HHHi 4. MARK. AN "X" Itt FRONT «£ •J* OF YOUR COMIC choice. 4. m - —— HHL ♦ i After marking yonr choice afa (mark only one)-, please mail to 4* The Rhview or hand to The Re- af. view darrier boy. 4. Alt ballots moat be signed and aia addresses given. [ 4> "Von? ahd -tar Pate" " .matter Pop?" Name .Street Addreaa City or village ** I 1 thority that "Bringing Up Father" la the best comic strip now- being published. As to tbe second best comic, published authorities agree that It is either "Polly" or " 'Smatter Pop?'' Here is where the Review wants its readers to decide so that it can really ba of service by giving' Its readers mfjstk the majority want. The accompanying ballot should be marked to Indicate your choice- Witt you kindly mark it promptly and nura or send it to The Review office E&wa eaa deome»Whlkh to use? By doing this you will be getting an opportunity to have something to aay in* the making of your newspaper. LIQUOR UK TO BEPRESSED To Arraign Man Accused of I Furnishing Booze to Inebriate Jll&jw About. 10:35 o'clock Friday night Officers Hawkins and Lower arrested two foreigners named N.'ck Blenda and Oldrid Sbofron, together with Flora Rampf, at Broadway and Mahoning avenue. A charge, of fornication was placed ul*on tbe blotter against each of the trio. Saturday morning the Rampf woman testified that she bad stopped at the room ofSbofron toaeXsatao<$&*: tec to ho' washed and that 8m«n»tf] had given bar soma beer and whiskey Which resulted lti her being intoxicated. At first she denied having bad any unlawful relations Wtth the man but later admitted. tbM such bed qc- enrred, sh)*- saying that he bad -taken advantage - of her intoxicated', condition. Nick Blenda, according to his own statement and that of the woman, bad just called At the place and was not guilty of any offense. He was die- missed. As tbe woman's name appears up^ on the "black list" of tho saloons and as she said Sbofron had given her the liquor, the mayor'decided to hold the totter upon a charge of furnishing liquor to an habitual. He was to be arraigned later ln the day. Upon her promise to leave liquor alone aad properly conduct herself, the woman waa dismissed. IS SHOT DOWN Prudential .^-Manager in ■Cleveland Fatally Wound ed by Discharged Man International Newa Service. Cleveland, O., Dee. 9.-*J. M. Mackintosh, manager of the local branch of tbe Prudential Life Insurance Comuany of America, waa shot and probably fatally wounded today In his office by Felix Schmulskow, a discharged employe, who is under gt-togfcrWi" P?v Police' ear'■ Schmulskow. who was hired ..by MAetatosh as a collector NMrtaM-y tai*^Jfevrt«n*»de« •• -bta P#y todax,. tor the two daya' work, and when lefaeod- &i'*wmAjtv*oH»r and fired four shots. Three Went Wild-and-the fourth struck Mackintosh In the tomptoilyf <&C|& VSo|uni'tekow attempted suicide after ftbootihg Mackintosh, but Infitot- ed only a slight »calp wound in bis head.. He was captured by a fireman and a policeman. At Lakeside hospital lt. was said Mcintosh cannot Hve. He has a wife and one daughter, 14. I *** note was found in SchmulskoW's pockets, in which the courts were den-red and tbe prisoner declared he was going to personally get tbe Jus- IS KILLED BY fPENNSY TRRIN Enodi Tozzakos Walks in Front of West-ben^j^* Express FAILS TO OBSERVE ONCOMING TRAIN Unfortunate Man Had Been Shoveling Coal from the Tracks Westbound passengt-r train No. 19, oh tba Penna lines 'and due at Alliance at 10:20 a- m., struck and killed a man at a point a few hundred feet east of the- Pennsylvania depot. . The body was found to be that of Enow Towa- kos, a section man employed by Foreman Harvey Carberry who has charge ot ihp east yard tracks. Sft^pE Mr. CArberry's force of some twenty men were employed shoveling coal from a track at the coal tipple, where owing to the breaktag of a cable a large quantity of coal had been deposited upon one of the tracks. Just why Tozzakos left his work and walked across onto the main tracks is not known but he did this unobserved by tha foreman. He apparently did not see the on-comtng train. Tozzakos had just entered the employ of the Penna. company Saturday being his third day. Previously he had worked at the Steel Works and Morgan plant. His age is recorded as 44 and he waa a native of Krisba, State ■| of Brasso, Hungary, where be has a wife and child. A brother resides in St. Paul, Minn. The deceased bad been rooming at No. 349 South Webb avenue. The remains were taken to.the Sharer undertaking rooms and prepared for burial, yj . . '*£% COST OF LIVING CIUSEOPOPE Federal Agents Had Se* cured Evidences of Ai-?' leged Conspiracy MIDDLEMAN BLAMED FOR STEEP CHARGES I AUSTRO-GERMANS IN John Sococh is Bound Over on Carrying COnceal^T Weapon Charge Pp| Upon a charge of carrying concealed weapons, John Sococh; a young foreigner, was bound over to the grand Jury, at Canton, by Mayor Weetover Saturday morning. The man admitted that he had carried ^^ - »«„. i-a. l"1* •afiapon and had discharged it tice denied him in legal channelSgUrbile on Broadway. Mrs. Schmulskow is expecting a new arrival any hour. WHEELER HAZARD CAPTAIN ttti .matlonal News Service. Cambridge, Maes-, Dec. 9.—Wtt- ter Heber Wheeler Jr., of Tonkefs, N. Y., waa today unanimously electod captain of Harvard's football teem tor 1917. Wheeler played left tackle ea this year's varsity. There was only one other candidate placed In nomination, Ralph Horween of Chicago, full back. When it waa apparent that Wheeler' had tbe majority of the votes, Horween made the election unanimous. •£ ' Wheeler spent the first half d'f the present year tn France, where he drove aa ambulance ln the American Motor Ambulance service end hie was awarded a Croix de Guerre for carrying wounded at Verdun while under beavy shell lire. BIES AS ¥5$ Nn International Hewa BeiWce. Portsmouth, O., Dec. 9.-j-Clyde Kronk, 3 2, married six montha, gave up his life today in saving mto men from drowning. He waa ao eahaust- ed after hla effort that he cotfld not aava himself. Kronk, a merchant of Harrleon- vllle. -wan driving paat. MUlbrobk Lake, one mile eaat of here when an automobile containing two unidentl- •ed men left tbe road and -plunged into the lake. Kronk's body was recovered. STEEL OK GROW International News gssvlet. _S'_k Hew York, N. Y., Dec. 9.-—The United States Steegeosroral—_ today reported unfilled orders aa of November 30, hut, of 11,068.648 tone, compared with 10,016.360 oa October »1, last, aad 7.189,487 on November 30,1916. Qlasser. high-grade portraiture. tM K. Main. Have them made for Christmas. See Sharer- fl Christmas Gifts. WANTED—STRUCTORAL STEEL WORKERS. ARJ-.V THE AUSTIN OO^ __MOROAN ENGINEERING W0RK8. toe Urig Funeral Fiowera- We are -tin taking Chrtstmas Photon, open evenings. Totten'a * S?^ tieeAtMjeASsmjb-tiu.rUlatone" as_fc-S GRAND MMYjytEMBEflS John-. C, Fremont Post No. 72»- Holds pi[M Annual Election ef Officers pqf_§i^ Saturday At the regular session ot John C. Fremont Post No. 729 0£pjL R., held Saturday afternoon, the selection of ofdeers for 'the coming year resulted aa follows: .Commander. J. A. Mat- ticks; Senior Vice Commander, M. M. Southworth; Junior Vice Commander, Chris Biery; chaplain. Comrade Anderson; surgeon, Comrade Williams; officer of tbe day, M. C. Carey; officer of the guard, John. Grimes; adjutant, W. H. Cool; quartermaster, Prank Clap saddle. These officers will be Installed at tbe meeting December £3rd. The Veterans granted the privilege of allowing the Community Christmas tree to be placed upon tbe lawn at the soldier' monument, at tbe public square, (he Chamber of Commerce assuming responsibility" tor tbe proper care of the tract. ^^jX:-*, Other, routine basinets wae given attention. - H mjKWIMW Hundreds of people hire stopped, looked and commented upon the attractive and timely window display of the 4 mama Gas _ Power Co. The window la filled with noaermahje Christmas suggestions of electrical ware and. ia. indeed aa attention compelling wlndoW^y The window was trimmed by O- M. Quick who has won •eve-rat prises ta wlhdew display con- testa. WERE SHY OF COAL For A few bourn Saturday forenoon, tbe coal proposition was a critical one fer the Falrmount Children's Home. The supply Waa. exhausted aad it wsA necessary to wait until teams could take the coal from the elty hp the heme. The coal supply ia contracted for in advance and la bought title Tear tor lees than two dollatoa tod.•'£&: DEFENSE PLEA Sococh told tbe mayor that a night or two ago he had been held up and robbed of six -dollars by two men who accosted him upon the street. When he started out Friday fight he placed the gun in his pocket aa a protection. Later be said he had taken several drinks of liquor -and then fired the revolver. • The man is off good appearance and said tbat he had never been arrested before. A bank book showing deposits of over a th*nWJWi\ iIifiTtoni waa produced. Friends of the prisoner were arranging to get bond for him, the amount ot bail asked being two hundred dollars. Holding Up of Coal and Refrigerator Cars Also ' Cliai_;ecl %U& BY JOHN EDWIN NEVIN. International Newa Service Staff BJvY Correspondent' Washington,, Dec 9k—Nationwide federal grand Jury investigations into -Uta high prices of fuel ahd food will be ordered immediately by "the department of Justice, It waa learned today. It is certain that grand Juries will be directed to take action] ln New York, Chicago and Detroit. Similar action will follow in Kansas City and Minneapolis and on the coast. ..District Attorney George W. Anderson, the government's special Investigator, ' Will' leave here Monday for Chicago and in turn visit the western cities where grand Jury investigations are to be inaugurated. Hpocial Assistant Attorney General Frank M. Swacker, of the department of Justice, hah been assigned to assist Mr. Anderson and will take charge of the investigation in New York City. Later today Mr. Anderson expects to confer with President flson and receive from him final instructions as to what the administration wants to uncover ln the investi- gations. . j ^1§1 *tt«? Washington, D. C, Dec..9—The cost of living haa taken a drop. Advices from all sections of tbe country to the department of agriculture and of justice indicate this fact The reduction in prices, while small, is general. Officials believe that 'it will be continued. ', ' Evidences of Conspiracy. I They place the responsibility on the annonri-Je&ent or the gOveromeht tbat crtmlpal prosecutions of food, price manipulators are iftertgta. Officials of the dppartment of Justice claim they already' have concocted evidence of conspiracy against log-board of trade dealers, middlemen- in, almost every line of food.supplies and Others. Concerted action is planned against these persons.- The agents: ot the department of Justice, operating under the orders of United States District Attorney Anderson, of Boston, already have turned in Teport8, which, it is stated, show,, general conspiracy to manipulate prices. This evidence was .•presented to President Wilson by Mr. Anderson. The president directed tbat immediate prosecutions be undertaken. Anderson will leave here early -next week to visit middle western cities to confer with federal attorneys on the subject. When he returns an effort will be made to present all of tbe evidence simultaneously to United States grand Juries sitting in various cities. Seek To Close Loopholes. The chief- obstacle in the way of (Continued oa page twelve.) GREENW1CHJHAS BAD FIRE International News Bervtce. Greenwich, O., Dec. 9.—Fire ot unknown origin which threatened for hours to wipe out the entire town, waa subdued today after four business blocks had been damaged to toe extent of 130,000. &$?: NOTICE JR. O. U. A.' M. ALL MEMBER8 ARE REQUESTED TO MEET AT CLUB ROOM TONIGHT AT 7:30 AND SUNDAY AT 12:00 TO ATTEND THE FUNERAL OF BROTHER J. E. ULERY. SIGNED, C--W. HiLLhtAW, Ceenellera FOR SALE—OVERLAND TOURING CAR IN MNE CONDITION; MUST BE SOLO AT ONCE- THE ALLIANCE MOTOR CAR CO. jp^jSjj DON'T FORGET TO ORDER YOUR HOLIDAY WREATHS , FOR THE CEMETERY. CUT FLOWERS AND DESIGNED WORK AT ZIMMERMAN'S FLORIST, 175 E. COLUMBIA, Exclusive Xmas. Cards at tbe Art Department of tbe National Music Co. jJijnj-Lft/i^rir-''iiinr-'V*ir*^i'*t»^Ji-**i-**,ii~-**••** ** »*^^^■*■■*-•*•*•-•*■•■■-■, Muscovites Make Impression on Teuton lines, But Lose 'Heavily Berlin Says—Roumanian Retreat Continues With the Troops in Disorder—Immense Stores of Booty Captured by Teutons—Greece May Enter the War on the Side of Germany, According to To- Cioiw^s Reports^* yg7^* tattotoWenel News Beryiee." . War interest wjt* divided today between the operations along the eastern and Roumanian fronts and tbe situation in Greece. %^_a Tba Russian forces on tbe offensive along the .Carpathian mountains have redoubled theti effort to break the Aus tn><J—"man lines and thus Mure -the Roumanian army. All, day yesterday 9g fit ing raged along this line the Russian legions pounding tbe positions of the eOniians and AustroHungarlans. Some of .the attacks succeeded, but the gains were by no means decisive. Compared w'th the ton of life they cost they were insignificant, according to the -view of tbe German war office. The Roumanian retreat continues with the troops in disorder. Immense stores .of booty have beep captured and since December 1, the two. great armies of j the German allies around Bucharest have captured more than 70,000 prisoners. Greek affairs have reached an acute stage and there are growing signs thai Klnp "Conatantine will launch his coun try into the war on the s'de of Germany. About 75,000 Greek troops have already been secretly mobilized, res- patcheB' from Athens say.' They are being massed In Thessaly. $■»;•.*• If Greece goes to war 'here may be a concerted drive by Greek and German allies pressing southward weat of monastir. If a Junction could be effected the allies ta Macedonia would be in a serious predicament wltb their left flank and -rear menaced. Greece in the war would preserve a strange anomaly for lt was only four years ago that Greece and Bulgaria were flghting each other. Germans Admit Slight Reverse's Berlin. Dec. 9—Increased pressure marks the Prussian offensive on the Carpathian front. Gains Jiff, toe Russian troops Were admitted by the German war offloe today, < The Roumanians, however, have been thrown into, the utmost confusion by tbe swift and unexpected blows of the German allies. - Since December a the armies operating around Bucharest have captured several thousand prisoners 184 cannon and 100 machine guns. ' Hr.v Roumanian divisions were trapped fall the motto-tains northeast of Sinala and several thousand men were captured . ■ Immerse stores of booty have been captured, the war offloe states. It has ttot yet been possible to enumerate it. Egg Kings Keep Two Sets M ft Of BooJtalTb Tshwart Probe Chicago, 111., Dec. $.—Two start-j four," as they are known on the i»- ling discoveries hav* been made ln her circles, control approximately ,k. ..ii-j., t„.,«i.».~,.tn» -r.. <iia> hi»>> 500,000 cases, each case containing Sol t^llS 1?Hf__* ^-L^l^fv *° dwwn' *•»• tatormation regard- price of food, it was announced by .__ tu. aUa.ii-..- ..—.„._ K-..1.-...1 the Onfted States distri*-attorney^'!nB th* *******<> «tora»« b<">** *«>*- office here today. They are: That the egg supply of Chicago is aqd has-been for months controll- ^•__!&^S_;^m^»t*_i,H,|««k *«°' both wholeaale and retail styled "egg*—l"ttB,>jw_Ameriea,_ M. n.|.w__7E.. .h_ k„,,„.,„„ „,ki„u »_, dentally was learned from a warehouse employe who mentioned it casualty!^ Comparison of p.rices today and a show that the battering which tbe high cost of living has received daring the last six daya at tbe bands of government investigators, grand Juries and boycotts by housewives SNOW FOLLOWS SPRING Sudden Change of 30 Degrees In 12 Hours. . * A change of temperature to 30 degrees colder, tn twelve hours, was the record from 10 p. m. Friday to 10 a.' m. Saturday. All day Friday summer breeses were blowing, at times they were brick. . Fitful gusto with rain came at intervals during the day. The night was one ta which clouds alternated with clear skies and the temperature hoovered about the 60 mark. About 3 am- Saturday a heavy rain waa preceded by a wind of the hurricane denomination; the wind shifted totbe, northwest and the temperature st*njck tbe toboggan, and snow was falling at 5 a m. The sudden change did not come without warning as tbe predict ions given out from tbe weather bureau indicated tbe change. The indications are tor colder tonight and Sunday followed Monday by rising temperature. See Sharer's Christmas Jewelry. Joe Urig Wewer Baskets. See Sharer's Watch Chains. ;'j|p>*q|^jtoi" tosry Wreatha tgM__haii.i"i Christmas Rings. MM» IHltoMM 79c up. Joe Md* ONLf Shopping Days Before CHRISTMAS! Deputy (isaw Virdea Hudson Con- j tors With Prosecuting Attorney . Canton, 0., Dec. 9, special—Deputy State Game Warden Hudson of Alliance conferred with Prosecutor [Snider .regarding) alleged violations of game laws ta this vicinity. Mr. Hudson states that there have beta a number of quail ahot ta tbe county recently although quail are absolutely -protected by tbe state game laws until next year. He said that several arrests bad been made in the eastern part of the county rectnly for killing quail. pMS 1|] E1LED I The derailing of several oars at tbe Mahoning yards of the Cleveland & Pittsburgh railroad, about nine o'clock Saturday forenoon, delayed traffic for soma time. Tbe AUlance wreck train waa called. Eiphengreen, C. B. Fcfd and Louis Richter. ^ ;v That' several storage warehouses anticipating just such' an investiga- Sm have been keeping a' du»Ucate|W had lta effect wholesale set of books, one of actual transac-, prices were noticeably lower, while lions, tbe other for any investigators who might come around. - The investigators'for the government checked up on the eggs stored here and reported tbat the '-big retail quotations on eggs, butter, cheese and meats were several cents lower. Potatoes' alone seemed unaffected, being quoted at 50 cents a peck. ' B-NIEL SIKOR DEU Passes Away at tbe Advanced Age of S3 Years Daniel Sanor, aged 83. died at tbe home of his son. Dr. Daniel G. Sanor, in Columbus Tuesday night of a complication of diseases Incident to old age. He was born in West township, Columbiana county, the son of William and Mary Sanor, pioneers of fly,county, February 13, 1833, and spent his life until within recent the place of, his birth. brother and three staters, Mrs. Peter Stoffer, aged .87. Knox township, Jacob, aged 80, of Beloit, but who until recently lived on the old homestead of his parents; Mrs. Catherine Humphrey, aged 85, who has her. home wltb her daughter, Mrs. P. W. Conser, in Alliance; Mrs. Marion Hahn, 75, of Moultrie. Tbe funeral was held Thursday tram the Lutheran church ta North Georgetown and was very largely attended. Interment was made in the North Georgetown cemetery. Thde taeohfMr.SaTywlota. Tdkn The death of Mr. Sanor makes the first death in a parental family of years, near ____, _, . ™—w-. -™ Soon after bis marriage he settled five children, oae remarkable tor the In the southwest corner of Butler * longevity of its members, all main- township and eventually owned J taint ng good health,'considering age until within* the last two years. In point of an unbroken circle the family held up to the present perhaps a distinction equalled by no other in the state. Exclusive 3_aha Carta at the Art Smpmittam*mt^oflef*-t(sahonsi Mast* Co. Joe Urig Cut Flowers- Bailey's Dancing School Geiman novelty party Monday nigh^t. DANIEL SANOR. three yarge farms, one in the southwest corner of Butler, one ln the southeast corner of Knox and one in the northeast corner of wast township, these farms terming the corner of the three townships. He was frugal but not niggardly and was held ta high esteem by all wbo knew bim. He wae honest hud generous, -fcfc member of the Lutheran church at North Georgetown and a pillar of the church for more than half'*' century. He was a model farmer and a kind neighbor. He was twice married and following the death of his second wife made bis.home with his sons, of which three: George, on the home farm; John, on another farm adjoining, and Dr. Daniel. G. anor of Columbus, survive. He is also survived by one SEN. WOOD PREDICTS § j wm Fey. a soon International Newa Bervtea New York, N. Y., Dec. 9.—In an addreaa to.the New York alumni association of |be Worcester Polytechnic Institute,. Major General Leonard - Wood after s. vigorous plea for' preparedness, made tots statement: "War is coming to tbe United States as sure as there is a God in Heaven, and the sun shines in too sky. Since it must come, give our American boys a sporting chance. Don't let them be food for powder. We are now wholly unprepared and there is not a war office ta Europe tbat does not know it." twrioi i&ecABEEs. All Maccabees are requested' to meet at Tent 12, Stone bleat, Sunday, Dee. 10, at 1 o'clock to attend the funeral services of-the late Sir Knight,. 3. JS. Dlery. Jacob McKenzie, Com.; W. E. Kimes, R. K.. s £Pg_ NOTICE JR. O. U. A. M. ALL MEMBERS ARE REOUEgTEO TO MEET AT CLUB ROOM TONIGHT AT 7:30 AND SUNDAY AT 12:00 TO- ATTEND THE FUNERAL OF BROTHM X E. ULERY. SKIN- ED, C W. HILLMAN, Councilor. • tReroember friends with a photograph for Xmas. Photo Dept., Mat. Music Co. I ■ We are still taking Christmas Photos, open evenings. Totten's. i_j&J •atoptoMMPetotoHifpi rMtcqimttml'iimv 'aw.
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1916-12-09|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||December 9, 1916|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|