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Cutting off the advertising may em. dues expenses, hut se does cutting your wind-pipe reduce the cost ef living. w f IE I AI_LM£t_ MYIEW AND LEADER Weather: Fair tenlflht except snow in asi llisssl portion, soMar with a cold wave ia sea-Wisest pertlen. .Sat. urday fair, slightly warmer. Barorne. ter ilA temperature 28, cloudy. VOL. XXIX, NO. 109. ALLIANCE, OHIOb FRIDAY, DECEMBER _2, 1946. TWO CENTS mtfm BLIZZARD BELAYS MAIL;i STATE SNOWBOIND ALLIES WIL TO L HOT ABLE 1 NOTE UNTIL REPLY IS SENT w&> President's Appeal for Peace Must Wait Until After tha Allies Have Had an Op portunity to Answer Original Proposition of the German Empire — Note ia Delivered to All tbe Cap itals by American Ambassadors. m JOHN EDWIN NEVIN International'News Service Staff Cor. respondent Washington, D. C, Dee. 22.—Preet- •deot Wilson may occupy a temporary tale OS mediator ia tbe European war. There wae a well defined report ln dip lomatlo circles here today that Germany shortly will furnish him mith a statement of tha terms on Which she is ready to make peace. But. she will insist, mm* report says, that he secure .from the entente a similar statement —which must <be specific—before he eaa communicate the German position to her enemies, or make them public. Ibis wae considered almost certain to he the Bret result ot tho peace note to Europe. Count voa Bernstorff, tike German ambaseador, declined to dls- cuse tho report for publication. It -was admitted th German circles, bow- ever, that it -was a strong pusslbWIj. It also was pointed out tut, tf Germ-a- ny takes any such action, the entente powers will be placed at a very decided strategic disadvantage if tbey fail to do the same. And, with two wide, ly differing sets ot peace terms before Mm, President Wilson eaa ba expected to make a serious effort to try to and out if there cannot he found a common ground of understanding between them. . £- && >_ra__sdv lo certain tbat Genusjjy fa preparing to take the widest arfeaa-. lege ofthe tyftWot President Wilson. Confidential advices reacting this city this afternoon say the Offtuaa chancellor is to confer with Ambassadot Gerard, now doe hack at his poet at once. He will furnish him with all available information regarding Germany- intentions, it is said. These advices flatly stated that the object of the conference is to he "to discuss mention and prospects of peace." Offl- iaJs who learned Of this proposed conference today said .that lt simply emphasised -the earnestness with which Germany is laboring tor the end of the war. Washington, D. C. Dee. 22.—With President Wilson's "peace note" in the hands of the belligerents, the administration today was ia touch with Its diplomatic representatives at the several capitals a-^loualy inquiring for word of the manner la which It bad been received. Ofllcial notification that the note bad beea delivered in London, Paris, Petrograd and Berlin bus. reached Washington as well as from most of the neutral capitals. ~ Ia view of the fact that it reached Charge Grew at Berlin yea terday morning lt waa said to be certain that Ambaesador Penfield ln VI enna also must have It by this time It was to have been delivered ia Ber lin at noon yesterday, drew said. It is understood that so far as tbe entente is concerned nothing will he done for several daya at least They will get their reply to Germany's original p-niw. fyoipssls nut of fbe way before conferring en the attitude of tbe United States. As a remit there was a growing belief in official quarters here that it might he after the first of the year before the. situation waajd' cHFgtol>*e s^eies^ ly for the president waj^fiM *mBi er the cause mt peace has been caned or a_t*sr«I by bis appeal. It is known that G^tmatt^'WS*' corned the note. But wietbsr-this will result in her -making any jMlBlle statement of her peace terms 4a bet known ' here. German diplomatic circles here frankly say th^t Germany desires ta state these terms oaly in a conference at which all of the belligerents will be represented. However, It is admitted tbat the Wilson note will be met with ■ great (Continued on rage Twelve.) iMILRfKD MEM ARE HELD UP; S35JSTAKEN Gang of Thugs Works After Pennsylvania Pay Car Leaves FRED SCHUCH LOSES CONTENTS OF PURSE One Victim Beats Off Assailant With Lighted Lantern Holdup men were active in Alliance Thursday evening, five oases of tba kind being reported to the city police sad all occurring within a short period of time and within the near vicinity of tbe west yards of the Penna Railroad company. . About 6:30 o'clock while "Bud" Anderson, employed at the Transue and Williama steps was "Coming through the railroad yards he was accosted hy a man who ordered bim to bold up hto hands. As Mr. Anderson drew bis hands, from bis pockets the police say be struck sit the holdup sua and gave nib'a staggering blow aad then knock ed the resetter from the. telloa's handa and shoved him against a railroad ast. Mr. Anderson then continued oa hia way, later reporting the incident. Fred A. Schuch Of 161 West Columbia street, a Penna yard clerk, while walking along South Haines avenue, near the Acme grocery store, about 5:50 p. m., was held up by two men, at the point of a gun, and robbed of about $35. Other cases ot a similar kind, reported to the police but of which only thtASmt±!>i.etS^i \ for* IfSTptf vera thmSetmf&Wfyhnson.'* thhoh bttUs* man; wmtafeBhrieer, also a railroad man; and a ffihr aemed •Ciie. - \'.%m*' ibet tMt ftmr ot tlje* five men heW up ire railroaders leads to the belief that the holdup men were a*sre pt the tact that the Penna pay car was in the city and expected that the men would have their pay with them. "AW—THEY AINT NO SANTY CLAUS I" FEDERAL AGENTS TO HOLDJEED TONIGHT This evening -t -five o'clock tho salea managers of the Federal Development company will hold a banquet at the Hotel Lexington, a feature of the first annual convention of the men who sell the films of the local company. The studio efaployes will also be present at the banquet. After tbe banquet, the party will attend the New Columbia theatre. The annual stockholders meeting of the Federal company will be h^Jd tonight at 7:80 o'clock at the offices of the company in the Alliance Bank building. P SNOW PLOWS BUSY Early Friday morning the Service Department was busy, having snow plows at work in various sections of the city. All available apparatus and men were put to work. Following the police court session a number of men wbo could act pay their fines were placed at work shoveling snow from the sidewalks. Many telephone calls were received from cltlsens urging the city official* to send snow plows to their sections of the city. The work was handled aa rapidly and as well as could be done with the help at hand. ' MASONIC HOME BURNED Wichita, Ka*, Dec. 22.—Ke lives were lost la tbe $300,000 fire that destroyed the Kansas Masonic Home early today though a score ot children ead old persons, inmates, were missing several home after tbe flames burst forth. John Deck, aa aged paralytic, who waa thought to bare per- iahed, wae found after the fire had burned itself oat Bee Sharer's cold meat forks. A "GOLD CLUB" BOOK makes a valuable aad tiffttnt* Christ. mas ap. Arte ua about the plan. Flrat National Bank. EAT SAUER KRAUT AND BECOME^CENTENARIAN In t emat Ion al News. Ssr vies. Lancaster, O., Dec. i'l.—"Eat plenty of saner kraut and get lots of "sleep," That's the recipe for a long life of Mrs. Anna Miller, who celebrated her one-hundredth birthday hy dancing a minuet Willi a great-great-grandchild. Mrs. Miller, was born ln Getaway, sad came here in 1830. She haa lived on a farm near here for ht yean. She baa five children. 26 grandchildren, 21 great grandchildren and twth great great grandchildren. MRS EMMAJRDEN DEAO Dies at Daughter's Home Following Brief Illness* From Pneumonia Rootstown, O., Dee. 22.—Mrs. Emma Worden, highly respected woman of this community, died art tbe home of her daughter and husband, Mr. aad Mrs. Fred Sabin, Wednesday evening, following a brief Illness from pneumonia, ber age being 69 years. Mrs. Worden was a member ef tbe Congregational cbureh aad bad a wide circle of friends, bar death coming with deep regret th all. One daughter. Mrs. Sabin, one sister, Mrs. Calvin Dawes ot Randolph, and eaa brother, Edward Rlcketts, also of Randolph, survive. The husband died away •years ago. Funeral services were held from the borne this morning, tbe body being temporarily placed in a vault in tbe Rootstown cemetery,' Interment to be made later in thm cemetery at Charleatown. BOTt STATEMENTS OF Uf LANSIM ARE SENT International News Service. - Washington, D. C, Dec. 22—The two statements Issued yesterday by Secretary of State laasfcj in his explanation of the president's note were despatched today to all of the nations to which the note was sent. It had been Intended to send only the-first Lansing statement, but tbe secretary decided to include the sup-(were assessed which was paid. YULE FESTIVAL AT TREE TO BE J P.M. No Presents Will Be Given Out at the Community Tree WILL BE SENT TO HOMES OF KIDDIES mmmM Funds—funds — funds everywhere, to aid the poor kiddle who still believes firmly that there Is a Santa Claus, and-that surely the good, dear, Old gentleman won't overlook htm be guifi# M*mh ■ Oversight last time. These iimds, r*^tm* hip p.njpln-ml\am> hearts are almost as big aa their '.jSPSh^Smm^Am' *i i i i .in bodies, cheer many an otherwise cheerless home. Have YOU done something to brighten for a time, at least, the heart of some sagged little kiddle? If you passed the littl* chap the picture, searching vainly for —i i-s-ame * ragge- 'sect, wdtili tbo ■'■* glad to bring1 a Christmas to him? ■Joff-Tfi only little spot of ANNOYED WOMEN; IS fined! AND COSTS . Following the filing of several com? plaints to tbe city officials, Oeorge Legovsistz, a local Greek, was arraigned before Mayor Westover, late Thursday afternoon upon a charge ot disorderly conduct. During the hearing Attorney jA. U Baker represented the accused while Attorney 8. I_ Geiger acted as prosecutor. 'The testimony of several 'persons was taken but before all the witnesses bad been called the Mayor stated that sufficient evidence had been produced to convince bim that the man was guilty ot the charge so a fine of $25 and costs plemental statement also, because of tte possibility of misinterpretation of the American attitude. Keep The Pot Boiling m<m SALVATION ARMY CHRIST. MA8. HELP URGENTLY NEEDED, See Sharer'a tl presents. DON'T FORGET TO ORDER YOUR HOLIDAY WREATHS FOR THE CEMETERY. CUT FLOWERS AND DESIGNED WORK AT ZIMMERMAN'S FLORIST, 175 E. COLUMBIA. See _BHjaar*_ asanas sjpa. SEE a."" PAGE 14. J. RIOKARD8 AO ON. lie Sharer'a tl See Sharer's diamond rings. %wKe eep The Pot Boiling FOR SALVATION ARMY CHRI8T. MAS. HELP URGENTLY NEEDED. ANNA L. MAOOBW. Christmas special an silk heatery snd handkerchiefs. Any doU ia stock tomorrow at SOc. £§___ BBS MARKET PAGE & souvenir spoons. AD. HOUSE ON Baa Sharer's sea-plates. Jee Urig—Cemetery Wreathe. See Sharer'a high school rings. FREE TEN DOLLARS IN GOLD. Everybody purchasing one pound of tbs Mammoth cheese. Is glvea a coupon which entitles you to a chance tor tbe prise. No guessing contest. Everybody has tbe same chance. Come ln, we will explain it to yoo. CHEE8E STAND, MARKET HOU8E. Exclusive Xmas. Cards at tbe Art1 department af the National Music Co. i NOTICE B. P. O. E. OYSTER 8UPPER. CHRISTMAS FESTIVITIES WILL BEGIN TONIGHT. EVERY MEMBER BOMB. FREE. See Sharer's low priced presents. SEE MARKET HOUSE AO. ON PAGE 8. See Sharer'a tl compasses. HUNDRE08 HOUSED UP TODAY. Who wanted to get to Sharer's Jewelry store for tbe low priced presents. Bat come tonight and tomorrow; IS clerks—Hundreds of gifts at tl- See Sharer'a tl presents. _i.i uirir¥-iiirii-i,iirrii-irii-M-ini-irii-»r,-,-iri-i-ri— - —ir i Still taking Xmas. photos, cicalas*. Both phones. *To*it«nV • ANNA L. MADDEN. . Special Saturday. 8 tables, including every hst In stock et $5-00, $2-50 aad itl.W- Uatrimmed bats included. _ "■ ■ See Sharert fl presents. ONLY 1 p Shopping Day Before CHRISTMAS! It was charged that Legovsistz had accosted several young women and had made Improper and suggestive signs at them. STOfffpOAL Funeral rites for . Emmet Stoffer, 1351 South Seneca avenue, to have been held today at tea o'clock were postponed because of weather conditions and snow blockadte to Sunday morning at'10 o'clock. Funeral services public. Burial at Reading cemetery. , Friends are prillleged and *wal«wn- ed to view tbe remains at tbe home trom T to 9 thia evening and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 Saturday afternoon and evening. - * ATTENTION CHUROH CHOIRS. All church choirs are kindly requested to meet at the BapiM* Temple at 4:30 sharp 8unday afternoon. The Xmas Carols to be sung at tha tree will be rehearsed, after which the choirs will go in a body to the tree bat sins. The carols will be accompanied by Mr- A. Temisfeld on his Vnaphone and will be directed by Mr. Haesener. Let every choir member turn ©tft for this "Sing." It wW not only be Inspiring tethe singers bat to everyone attending the celebration. There will be enough music for all. AT THE COMMUNITY STORE Just a few left of the 54b. boxes assorted Chocolates at tLft, also ths 8-lb. Bcxee at 5»c. Wo think wru have enough ot tbe 60 and SOc values at 39o in tba -Mb assortments to take care of all demand, bat you'll make no mistake by coming early. COMMUNITY, 117 East Main St. See Sharer's bracelet watches. Theresia Lodge will give a dance at Schwinn's baB. Saturday 8 p. m. See Acme ads. peges 8, 11, *nm 12. aee Sharer's 50c presents. GERMAN SOCIETIES Itf SINE AT XMAS TREE The United German Singing Societies will sing two beautiful German songs at the Christmas tree .celebration next Sunday' evening between 5 and 6 o'clock.* "The Lord's Day" and "Silent Night Holy Night," will be sung in German. The societies will sing under the direction ot Mr. E. A. Haesener. FOR CHRISTMAS DINNER. RABBITS, RABBIT-, RABBITS. CHEAPER THAN CHICKEN, TURKEY OR ANY OTHER POULTRY. MARKET HOUSE FISH STAND. See Sharer's tt knives. CANDY STAND, MARKET MOUSE. Come i beta for year Christmas candy and save money. OEAD IN GLEVELMtO Word'- bas reached Alliance rela fives of the death, of Mips Elva Wagner following an operation ln a hospital ln Cleveland. Miss Wagner was 20 years old. a niece of Mrs. H. D. Miller and with her parents formerly lived in Alliance, tbey having lived in Cleveland but a short time. The news ot the deaths carnes with much regret to the many friends. Community Christmas Fund Reaches $286, Today's Donations Being Few Announcement la again made that no presents will be distributed from the community Christmas tree at the public square, all gifts being seat oat by the Associated Charities being delivered at tbe homes of tbe worthy poor. - Children not heretofore supplied will .receive suitable presents. The services at the tree will begin at 6 o'clock Sunday evening and the program will be announced in Saturday's Beview. The report of the fund for the community Christmas ia aa toltowa: Previously reported, $260.00; James Chouclones, $2.00; -L>» B. Stivers, 11.00; The Kingdom of Ood Brotherhood Association, $5.00; total, $268.00. INVESTIGATE STRANGE STORnOLD POLICE Friday evening about seven o'clock Chief Oswalt and Officer Eagleton made a hurry run in the auto patrol to 1814 Soath Arch avenue, the Roose heme, where the otficeii-bad t»en informed that a man bad forced an entrance. As the officers reached the place their attention .Was -oe-Hedto a man running eastward and pursuit was' givbn. Chief Oswalt fired his revolver in tbe air aad thia caused the fugitive to halt. He was found to be a man named Wolf wbo claimed that be had called at the place to present some Christmas gifts to his Af<ilta\*yt and that he had been put ont of the house. On the other hand it waa said that Wolf had forced his way lalo the house. He was arrested and held upon a charge of intoxication. When brought into court, Friday morning, Mayor Westover decided to delay a hearing until some further . investigation could be made. Some time ago Mr- Woolf was before the mayor and was given orders not to molest his family, as it was said that be had been annoying them. TEN INCHES OF SNOW § ON LEVEL DRIFTED BY HIGH WIND; CARS STOP Local and Interurban Trolley Service Paralyzed—Trains Hours Late and Santa Claus Packs are Piled Ceil- • ing High at Postoffice—Christmas Mail is Hard Hi. by First Blizzard of Winter—Workers Late Getting to Their Shops and Offices — Stork Electric Has Trouble Fighting Through East of City—Storm is General in Ohio. . __._j. _•■•■•«-*. Winter's first blizzard, accompanied by a heavy aad driving snow and strong gales, raged over tbe northern aad eastern part of Ae country today. Traffic in nearly all the , cities ln northern New York state and along tbe Great Lakes was Impeded,-add in aome Instances beld up altogether. The weather bureau issued a warning tbat a storm is brew- lag over Delaware and extending up tbe Atlantic Coast, wtth strong gales all along th* Ne,w Kngland coast. Tbe blizzard extended westward into Ohio and seriously handicapped both east aad westbound ■Christmas trains. Train* from tbe west are reported 18 hours tardy. Traffic waa tied np la Cleveland. Northern New York state was hard hit. Fifteen laches of snow, whipped by a sharp gale, utterly demoralized traffic and earned derailment of tbe ran which ventured out. Mapy persons were injured in vttjsor accidents rStwamq by the storm. SETS MOLD'S JOB Intimations! News Ssrvtee. New York, N. Y., Dec. 22.—Alfred C. Bedford, vice president aad treasurer ot the Standard Oil company of New Jersey, waa today elected president of the concern to succeed the late John D. Archbold. GERMAN HAT SUNK Paris, Dec. 22—The German submarine U-46 which recently raided Ship ping off St.* Hazaire, has been sunk by destroyers, says a despatch from Nantes today. •. MRS. SMITH YOUR COFFEE IS DELICIOUS! -J/'' Thsalt yon Mrs. Jones. I serve only COMMUNITY COFFEE from the Community Coffee and Spice Co. Tbatr*- is fresh roasted and their perfect -lending makes it so easy to make it delicious. Your Christmas feast wilt be complete too, if you serve Community Coffee. 18T East Main St. See Sharer's SOc aad tl tie pins. •TART A "GOLD CLUB" account now and be prepared tor nest Christmas. First National Bank. See Sharer'a $1 birthstone rings. Dance Saturday eve., BBC tt, at- S p. m_ given by Theresia Lodge O. fl. H. at. Schwtin's hall. Messmcre Or* chestra. $&^5V-* See Sharer's SOc tie clips. CANDY STAND, MARKET MOUSE. Come here for your Christmas candy aad save money. ' ,• ' Bee Sharer'a ivory toiletware. Still taking Xmas. photos. Open evenings. Both phones. Totten's. Exclusive JCmas. Cards at*- IBS Alt Department of tbe National Music Co. GUILTY IFJMNSUUEHTEfl Athens, O., Dec. $3.—Holland Howson, 35, mt* found guilty of manslaughter this morning in connection with the* death of hla wife, Margaret, 80, on September 7. The woman'was killed by a pistol shot aad Howson claimed she tried to kill him. While - they were struggling tor tbe weapon sUe waa killed. Howson was indicted for murder in the second degree. Hto attorneys have asked far a aew trial. Republican Politician Dies Suddenly International News Serviee. Portsmouth, O., Dec. 22.—T. W. Wat kins, 58, Republican county commissioner and for years a leader in Scioto county politics, died luce today mt acute indigestion. Mrs. Oeorge • Marshall la visiting friend* in Fostoria and Findlay. Mr. Marshall will spend Christmas these. Mr. aad Mrs. J. H. Weaver, Miss Fern Weaver. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Weaver, wife and children, ot Best Liverpool, and Mr. and Mts. M. B. Weaver and children of Nlles, will be Obriat- bmm guests of Mr. Sad M_». L. I* Weaver. j-Sk\.'>:»?■ "Not Leaded" Rifle Kills Lad International 'News Servlcs. Lancaster. O., Dec. 82.—Stanley Hurt, 18, died here today from a gun- •hot wound from a rifle ia the bends of Charles Wall, 12, who "didn't know it was loaded." WRItT WATCH FOUND. Many people have found the lowest priced wrist •astches ln Alliance at Sharer's Jewelry atore. Beauties at $10, 812 and $16. Come tonight or tomorrow to see tbem and the hundreds st other gifts at 81 and leas. PAGE ONE. sB urpn LATE MODEL FORD TOURING CAB; EXCELLENT CONDITION, FOB SALE AT A BARGAIN. ALLI- ANCE MOTOR CAB CO. See Sharer's SOc and $1 brooches. See Sharer's BOc cuff links. flee Asms ads. peges 9, 11, sad 12. JOE URIG HAS FINE HOLIDAY WREATHS ANO BA8KETB FOB4 CEMETERY. STOP AND SEE THE. ALL KIND8, ALL PRICE8. •PECIAL a ATURDAY, FLOBIDA ORANGES SOc DOZEN; FORTORI- CAN BBABB FBUIT. THE ORIENTAL GROCERY, MAIN BT. .Alliance was in the grip «_ a howling bliir.ard from midnight Thursday until able o'clock Friday morning during which time from eight io ten inch- ob or snow fell. The winds awoke before midnight blowing a stilt gale from the north and this ms* soon followed by a driving rain which continued until after one o'oloek when snow Vegan billing while tbe wind increased in velocity. The wind at that hour was blowing the perfect hurricahe. The rain froze a* it fell end the wet snow adhered to the ice with wonder- hil tenacity: The winds, bowled, swinging signs aad trees creaked and all of the elements of a blizzard were in play to their capacity. When morn ing dawned the storm had not abated and* fully eight Inches of enow had fallen. It had drifted badly aad the streets were almost impassable. Workmen were late in starting tor the shops, school children were snow bound, the attendance at mass was small and the merchants wore" a gloomy countenance, for ia a measure the storm had blasted their fondest hopes for the big pre Christmas day. Thus AlUance at an early hour Friday. The city enow plows for the clearing of the sidewalks were ln commission early but at the noon hour some of the streets were not reached and were completely blockaded. Perhaps the greatest inconvenience caused by the storm was to workmen and shoppers on the electrlo car lines. The rain which fell ln advance of the enow had frozen to the steel rails until a crust of ice more tbaa half aa inch was formed and the wet snow1.; (ailing upon this made It impossible fer oars to be operated. The Stark electric started the enow plow and also the sweeper from the car barns at an early hour Bat they were ot little servioe, as the iee bound rails lifted the cars from the track. Tbe enow plow left the track aoon after leaving the power house and the sweeper in attempting to clear the tracks of snow or city streets left tbe track before reaohing Mount Union. No attempt wae made after, thi* to open the road for traffic to Canton until noon. - Tba first car east bound reached Salem at 9:80 a. nt and on the return trip reached Mahoning avenue at 12 m. No attempt was made to operate,cars to Salem on schedule time. . lite same conditions prevailed on the C. A. & M. V. lines. Electric car service was com pletely paralysed during tbe day and country roads were blockaded. Tbe anow of early Friday morning played havoc with the railroading bust ness in and about Alliance, trains be* ing anywhere from an tear to three; (Continued on page twelve.) "■ ' « I German Allies Under Von Mackensen Hit Russians Hari In Northern Dobrudja International News Serviss. Berlin, Germany, Dee. 88—A big battle has developed in northern Dobrudja ia the Roumanian tbastre of war, acoording to messages received today Boat that front. The German allies under Field Marshal von Mackensen are m asslnt vigorously against the Bassiaa army ln an effort ta push lt late tbe great swamps tbat Haa the delta of the Danube ar force Its retreat northward into Bessarabia (Russia) Tbe Russian troops holding tba Dobrudja Use have evidently beea reinforced as they have been sble to launch violent counter attacks against the Bulgarian, German and Turkish forces.. In Wallachia, the German allies ara) approaching Rlmnik on tha railway that runs into Moldavia. Violent Artillery Action. Paris, fige, 22—A violent artillery action took place ln tbe sector of Louvemont, northeast of Verdun, during the night, the French war office reported today. There were no events of Import' ance elsewhere on the western front,! the communique added. ..I > TWO ARE FINED ON . GAMBLING CHARGE James Moore, arraigned before Mayor Westover. Friday morning, pleaded guilty ta a charge of gambling and aT- ao to that ot fighting. Me was assessed fines of five and costs and one and salts . Jake Brown, another cblored man, waa fined lire dollsrs and costs for gambling ta which charge he pleaded guilty. Moore claimed that Brown had assaulted him following aome remarks made ta a playful manner, while sa fba. other bead Brown asserted that Moore forced him ta play cards aad started a fight* because Brown had won about $« or $7 from Moore. See Sharer's $1 cut glass. ALLIANCE GIRL* TO BET DIAMONDS. Many Alliance girls will get diamonds this Christmas bought at Sharer'a Jsasbry store. Boys, there ere many girls yet wbo want a diamond, So come in tonight and see those at $15, $15, $86. $60, $76, $100. See Sharer's 60c high school pins. HUNGER BLOCKS i - * rattjnE plan International News Service. Washington. Dec. Til Sams tor Gab linger, the Republican leader, block. ed another effort by Senator Hitch' cock this afternoon ta bave the sea- ate endorse tbe president's peace I move. Senator Hitchcock introduced a I resolution similar to that referred to I the foreign relations committee yea* terday after Senator Borah's objec- ition. He told the flsnata he desired Immediate action. When Senator Galllnger objected tat ita IssaiSillsIs consideration. Senator Hitchcock asked that it go over an» der the rules and gave notice he would astt It -up immediately upon tbe reconvening of congress after tba holidays. - "■ " ' ■ | • ^Msw Bee Sharer's SOc plates. I -T wm; Joe Urig—Cemetery Wreathe, mm " ■■ t J*3 See Sharer'a military brushes. ' RABBITS, RABBITS ANO FISH. Market House Fish Stand. WAMTMbmBB YOUNG MEN OVER 1t YEABB OLD, ALSO IB FACTORY LABORERS. BUCKEYE TWIST DRILL CO. f\ Baa Sharer's $1 chains.
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1916-12-22|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||December 22, 1916|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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Cutting off the advertising may em.
dues expenses, hut se does cutting
your wind-pipe reduce the cost ef
f IE I AI_LM£t_ MYIEW
Weather: Fair tenlflht except snow
in asi llisssl portion, soMar with a
cold wave ia sea-Wisest pertlen. .Sat.
urday fair, slightly warmer. Barorne.
ter ilA temperature 28, cloudy.
VOL. XXIX, NO. 109.
ALLIANCE, OHIOb FRIDAY, DECEMBER _2, 1946.
BLIZZARD BELAYS MAIL;i STATE SNOWBOIND
L HOT ABLE 1
REPLY IS SENT
President's Appeal for Peace Must Wait Until After tha
Allies Have Had an Op portunity to Answer Original Proposition of the German Empire — Note ia
Delivered to All tbe Cap itals by American Ambassadors.
m JOHN EDWIN NEVIN
International'News Service Staff Cor.
Washington, D. C, Dee. 22.—Preet-
•deot Wilson may occupy a temporary
tale OS mediator ia tbe European war.
There wae a well defined report ln dip
lomatlo circles here today that Germany shortly will furnish him mith a
statement of tha terms on Which she
is ready to make peace. But. she will
insist, mm* report says, that he secure
.from the entente a similar statement