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'-'''■}: .■•":^r<v*r.,:',;liHi: .TF? Cutttr.j, off the advertising may reduce expenses, but so dose cutting - your wind-pipe reduce the cost'at tlvtofr *__. at AND LEADER WEATHER: Partly cloody tonight, slightly warmer, southwest portion; Sunday unsettled and warmer, probably snow. Barometer aa.80, temperature 28 degrees at IS m. SfVOL. xxtx, NO. lto. ALUANCE. OHIO. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23,d9t6. TWO CENTS m CELEBRATION WILL BE f I FEAST Of FINE MUSIC Combined Church Choirs, Sehool Children and United German Singing Societies Will Render Christmas Carols Beneath Tall Spruce . Tree in . the Public R Square—Alliance City Band will May—Alliance's Poor and Needy Will Be Well Remembered, Charity Workers Canvassing City Carefully in Order Not to Overtook a Single Home Where Need Exists— No Gifts at the Tree. "Mi "All arrangements * are complete tor the third annual community Christmas celebration to he held oa the pub- lac square Sunday evening from five I to six o'clock. - The big tree will glow with besutlful electric lights et various colore at Ave o'clock and Charles Y. Kay will preside. The following program has been arranged: Music. Alliance City bead. Christmas carols, "Adeste Fidells* and "The First Nowell" combined church choirs. Music, Alliance elty band. ■- Carols, It Came Upon the Midnight Clear," "Silent Night," and "Away ia ■ the Manger," Children's chorus. Prayer, the Rev. I* B. Stivers, minister ot the Baptist Temple. Carols, "The Lord's Bay." by Kreut- see end "Silent Night," by Oruber. Vattea German Singing Societies of AWaace. Address, Supt. B. F. Stanton, ot Alliance public schools. Carols, "Oood King Wencesbas" AAA "Oh, Uttie Town of Bethlehem" combined church choirs. Music, Alliance city band and singing Ot "America" by entire audience. The children's singing will he under Hh* direction of Miss Grace Shaffer, supervisor of music to * the schools, while the adult singing will be direct ** by Prof. Kugen A. Haesener. Should tjie weather prove too oatovsi orable, the exsftfcea will be held Iff* _.**» PwTfltosbyterisn church, Market - YoftEnember ftoe_y Poor The needy people of the elty will aot want for Christmas -sheer this holiday season, judging from the display ot gifts sad provisions being assembled and delivered today to the homes where, fer* various reasons conditions ax» not mm*X they should be -owing to i of tho bread-winners snd those whom the families depend for mjrpott'..\W$_-' The Chamber of Commerce rooms, at the new "city building presented the appearance of S veritable Santa Claus headquarters. Saturday., Just prior to the time the distribution of gifts was Inaugurated. The Community Christmas Committee -has been busy and deserves great credit for the able manner In which the local work has been planned ana carried out. If citizens know of worthy families that are not likely to •baye proper things for the observ ance of Christmas and report these to the committee no one will be slighted. Whea interviewed, Saturday, "Miss Heloise Hendershot, secretary of the Alliance Associated Charities, stated tbat the work this year included the supplying ot baskets of provisions to sixty families and that gifts were being given to 216 children. Of the aim. iltes all but; three are located within the e% limits. Each dinner basket contained an ample supply of meat, vegetables, fruits, eta, tor the family receiving the baskets being supplied by the Alliance Bates, the. Salvation Amy. Associated Charities, Chamber **,Commerce, Searchlight Club, Preshyjert- an churcb, Immanuel Reforised- church and-Pythlan Sisters. The ©eaten ts ot toe baskets are varied, each society arranging tbe. selection ss it MW proper, •-those furnished by the Elks co-tolainc 3* -chicken while the others were -supplied with meat of some other kind..'.'■ -"* v^' The plan provides, that each child receive a toy, an orange aad a half- pound of candy. The mothers. will each receive a "cover-all" apron aad a pair of stockings. In tbe eel-action of toys lt was aimed to get something substantial bad tbe list contains little tables, chairs, wheelbarrotrs, doll car- rlages, model builders, doUs, etc., sad some books. '^^■t^ffll^!1|5lgi' al children 1ft imf'1*WW''J^:M*Wh* were sstoetod esWkms jfWtta_#«k QSgkJL1 *©ty* As •beratofiwe" sjtoe^a are to be given fMNb th-** Christmas tree fa the pub) Sunday evening, the d*_Wtotoe made Saturday, this work ia ebarae of Ur*. W. H. Morgan, Mrs.Ttotfcr,. Mt«« Hendershot, Mr. Bleich and Mr. Frtb, chard. '*■£_$ 'fW'iirBJ f? the Salvation Army, which hto-eto- tote hat; carried on. iadHrtdUal CWrtet- mas work,-nOt year cooperated with the Assoctoted.ebB^tt-toead ether -to-- j cteties and thus toe ItebttKy ot lupli- csting gifts was oBvUted. . The toys aad candies used were pan chased from-toe fund subscribed by the people of -Atllabee Alliance may well feel proud mtythe efforts made this year in beb»lt of the worthy poor of the city. Many homes will be brightened and. little hearts made cheerful by the pretty toys ahd the other Christmas accessories provided by the committee and sided hy tbe various cooperating societies. CITY SAVINGS MM TO ij-. ramus Gives Each Man Month's Salary in Gold as Christ-"' ^rwia Gift 50 BELL EMPLOYES I HERE REMEMBERED They Will Get three Weeks' Pay as Yuletide Gift •Prom Coinpany A* an expression of appreciation of the faithful services and efforts ot the employes ln behalf ef the firm, The City Sayings Bank A Trust Company, of . Alliance, is presenting to each employe, as a Christmas gift, ebe month's salary in gold. This action was authorized by the directors. It Is needless to say that each member of tbe force at the bank fully ap- p-fectates the handsome gift. The bonus checks of the employes of the Morgan Engineering company were distributed Friday. The amount ot this distribution was aot announc- ■_8b___m; "' Office employes' ot the Beeves Brothers company were given *|1Q.00 a*eh__' :*'JA^ '* Walter R. Elson. local manager of the Bell Telephone announces tost by tbe action ot toe twelvers of the Central Union Telephone Company, c-ar- tato classes of employes in the states pf Ohio, Indiana and Illinois will be aided la meetihg the unusual eond***-, ttoas now existing, by extra cash payments equivalent to two or three weeks' aalsry, according to the length ot serviee. Employes erho have beea. in the smtwis* at the Receivers ler. over eaa years and who are receiving $8,000.00, or less, Per year, wUl be given toe equivalent of three weeks' pay, while those of the same class jrrbo have been in the serviee of the Receivers toon three months to one year will receive the equivalent of two wr*oweAf. m AU enlployts do hot participate ia SOCIETY WOMAN INJURED IN AUTO'ACCIDENT. IM** _.-*tt^.1*0,to*^__,*__*,_S mmm.mmmWwWSrt* i betas t pm* mtlkfif ^W&*4JhW9hix # Ul-tiimM tl conditions of sejvjce which are-made from time to time. It It estimated that the tout amount to b« distributed by tbe Receivers will 'Wla the neighborhood of »2*% *-W*_*fl_syA3i_: *_!& This temembranee wiU benefit fifty of the employee of the BeU company *a\p\oym& in AUlance aad Sebring ex- changes.' ^hMiJsY-'t: v-'v! i . * .i ___.— i > ■Stoll titW* Here's an Indian Qlft Toungstown, O- Doc. 23.—Old King Snow received I1TS.000 for Christmas today, an automobile carrying two weeks' pay for Carnegie Steel employ- its turning over. It was aa Indian gift, however, tor the money waa aulckly taken from the fleecy white per***. >$_"'"*•*'- m Plum to Lawyer'a Stocking Cleveland. O, Oeb.*f».—Tbe gift to the sock of Attorney D. C. Weetenha- ver assy be the federal -judgeship for northern Ohio. Weetenhaver arrived home from Washington today, where %• conferred with Attorney General Gregory, who insists on appointment Veto Cheer Par MsbmIiss Kan, Cincinnati, C Dee: tt.—Free board and roe**-** st L«ongview's insane asylum waa tn« • Christmas gift ot toe probate court ta a nameless man wbo looks Uke Napoleon. Wakes up tor Christmas ceived by Peter BarWatch, a meobln- ist. Npi the kfnd that cornea to a bottle. Barblateh has been oti a gOb-arfle somnambuUstlc Journey In a freight car, and he Just woke up. Insurance Policies toe Employes Cleveland, O., Dee. 23.—Ufe insurance policies toMUing |4,7*50,eOO were hung eta 4,500 Christmas trees today by four Cleveland manufacturing concerns. -The donors were .The Upson Nat company Union Rolling Mill company. Cleveland Provision company and tha Lamson sad Sessions company, i-^^^tvmmm^em^m^ Liberty Gift fer Nine Convicts ,. Columbus. O., Dec. 23.—Wberty was the yuletide gtft of Santa Willis to nine convicts today: John Caloy, mur-; der, Cbyehoga; WUllam Stiles, -forgery, Franklin; Joseph Thomas, assault. Jefferson; C. S, B.etdJer, murder; Im- cas; O. T. Borham, murder, Jefferson; M. P. Enyeert murder, Trumbull; Howard Hill, murder, Lucas; _. *S.. Steuben vllle, O.. Dee. 13.—An ele- Wood, larceny. Lorain; PhUWlnetert opener wsa Hto Christmas present re-unet, murder, Snmmlt. . . ^gSft S 6ERHMIS FML TO I PIERCE FRENCH LINES ^pmrl*, France, Dec. 23.—Aa attempt by tha Oermane to break the French Mmm to. toe Champagne district, west .at Auberive waa easily, repulsed, the '♦tor office announced today. The at. iAtk was ssade last night after a hea- ■mf bombardment > ^:& 'J*h_ French lines ta the sectors mt^ omont aad Ohaabrettos farm. , )of Verdun, were shelled by r Germans all night. .'^'^J_ weather caused a lull ta tbe tghting da the Balkan treat yestoc lay, the war office announced today, i Oa to Sharer'a Jewelry store tonight ■gEkSyTAtYt A "OOLO CLUS ■ Biiiiii*aw>—*— and be prepared tor aext Christmas- First National Bank. yja»t» ■»■**•-<*■>* H||innr store Insight, ■vy bombs i .«f|$ Its <twimmo ■ Germs .-m*A eh ON N. Y, EXCHANGE New Tork, N. Y, Dec. 23.—Trading ef a holiday character prevailed throughout toe entire session ep -to stock exchange today. After opening drm. restlgtog sales .were cftosA PL bat ward nMnJSHpBt to whleh many lasues ralUed substan ttolty. ^g V. w- Steel, common, whleh sold as' high ae 107 3-4, was forced down to 103 3-8, from which It rose to ] aa$ 1-3. I*toe changes la othea 1s- ; pes were ffeaerally equally divided nrm, reausing eaies were ertee*- ia caaAfeabetoattol dedtaes. to the OJHCdaaUags a general up- rd ma-eitobnt wah la progress, aa aptoeen tractioaal lo sad ad- JOB U-fMfc aa_A^HONt 115.W— CEMETERY WRBATttS AN© SAS- KETS. Ss tfi-Sharer's jewelry store toalfbt P1 -|K HHSPim Early Friday evening Lieutenant Colonel C- O. Weybrecht received a telegram from Lieutenant Robert Ken nedy. commanding Company K, fcighth OhM infantry. El Paso, Texas, stating thpt tbe company commander. Captain Urban S. Wetsel, had been +S*l«n to tot-base hosplUl at Fort Bliss, suffering trom acute gastritis. Captain Wetsel was ill when the company left Alliance tost June but stated that he was improving snd gaining in flish after reaching the Mexican 'border. _f>:"' > ^FMT tH«0 I • *-^*-». . ^m^ Arnold Bipelli. employed at -the McCaskey Register Compaav plant met wlto a painful*accident shortly before noon today when a foot waa caught ia the elevator while the Meier wae to motion. 'The foot was considerably braised aad near the toss ssas slightly crushed. Dr.' W. - C, Manchester dressed the injury. 11HS-S1U BtflCREO 'Cars ot the Cleveland, AWte-ibs aad Mahoning Valley electric railway line owing to the enow blockade have not as yet beea able to reach the Alliance terminal only running as far ss Wbyne street in the -city as late as 2 o'clock SatOrday afternoon. maa ten dottans in gold. Everybody purchasing one pound ot the Mammoth "cheese, is given a coupon which entitles you to a chance tor the arise. No guessing contest. Everybody has tho seme chance. Come to, we wUl explain it to you.' CHEESE STAND, MARKET HOUSE. ■ *mn*sps*tmm——i i ■■■ * — ■ ■■» ygjl"r % tATE MODEL rORD TOURING OARt J*4MtCEWtBNT CONDITION, FOR SALB AT A BARGAIN. Attl- ANOB MOTOR CAR CO. . Go ta Sharer's Jewelry stare tonight 3_JL A lOU CLU|T MQK stakes a valuable aad lasting Christ- toss gift. '.?>*_Qfc'UB aboat the plan Fltst National Bank. ,^. ' Us to- *a_are*ifh Jewehry store tonight OANQV aTXMO, MARKET HOUBIL Cams here tor yoar Christmas caaa_.a^B est/*mPSpay. Go to Bhitfeir^towelry store tonight ^aikfy*s Dancht-f School Presents tor all Christmas night Mount Klsco, Nj:'•_■;,*' Dec. 23^--Mrg^'hosband were returning to their heme Winthrop Cowdlta. prominent social ly in New York ahd Newport, Is in a serious condition today at ,ber home. New Castle House, suffering wltb a fractured skull and internal in- Juries, sh a result of an accident to froth' New York. The. present Mrs. Cowdih'is Mr. Cowdin's second wife. Bhe y/sp, Mlsa Leila Bell Harrison, daughter Of Or - - add Mrs. George T. Harrison, .of New York, The marriage at vs* Cowdlns. in 190*3, was <me °* Stockholders Plan Improye- ments to Build Motion Picture Machines As a fitting ciimax to tbe first annual convention of district sales managers of the Federal Development Company, toe managers,, officers, dl- rectors, studio employes and a tow guests enjoyed a happy Christmas banquet at the Lexington Hotel last night. The tables were nicely decorated trltb narcissi and carnations while a huge centerpiece of toy bel* loons filled with nitrogen gas, which kept the "airships" tugging at toe strings. At tbe back of' each charir another balloon stomped "Publicity Earns Ton Dividends" tugged fretfully. At the start . Of. .the festivities George B. Sayre, aales manager of toa West Virginia district, arose aad ea-behalf of the sales managers and the studio employes, presented General Manager W. A. Harris with a handsome parlor electric lamp, fashioned of mahogany and beautifully shaded. Mr. Harris -jvas overcome hy surprise, but quickly recovering, made a characteristic speech, cordially thanking his friends and co-workers for their kindness. - Attorney H. C. Koehler, secretory of the company, acted as toastmaster acceptably aad short talks were given by President W. E. Dunning, C. H. Blelch, H. S. Cowman, Ralph H. Evans, Jf. M. Johnston, Georfee Halliwell, f*. S. Weaver and General Manager Harris. The speakers paid a high tribute to the' ability of Mr. Herri8 and spoke of his friendly counsel end helpful advice to them. <*|ur- JUries, m a result of an accident to oi tae Cowains,_m i»vs, was ope of *»v« »j"» »»»»•.»•"?■ ->• _7_2>iMS2- P S. BOYSJN MEXICO Field Headquarters, Expeditionary Forces in Mexico, Dec. 22, (via Radio to Columbus, N. M,,Dec. 23)—Thou' sands of presents have arrived and a •Christmas tree 60 feet high has been throught In from the mountains 35 miles away for %m* greatest yuletide celebration an American army ever held outside its own country. The committee in charge ot-*the holiday program is delighted at',the.number aad value of the gifts received from Red Cross organizations and individual sendtrs. ^-'i-Ai-' Thus far 43,000 cigiirs, 11,000 pounds of candy and 300-pounds of, smoking tobacco bave arrived and there are* still ' two truck loads of presents on the\way.v It is estimated that the value-of aftis te the soldiers will average 92 to ft each and that not one of toa 10,000 men in Mexico will be overlooked. Wt-* VIBOnBUSLY DE A number of Alliance couples have selected the Christmas season as the time fo rtheir marriages, licenses being issued at Canton to the following: Myron A- White and Alma G. Tres- sell, Charles W. Jordan, Indianapolis, aad Nellie Brogan, George Stroup bad Duetto Pickering, Lawrence H. Hob- bins and Alice E. Tibball, Prank ,P. Saparlto sad Angeline Oaudio; Joseph Wilson and Nora Mann, Ray D. Brown and Orrll J. Lee.. *j[*«A'£ •—A number ot tbe local manufactur tag plants - remembered the officlsls emplojea In the presentation of suitable gifts tor Christmas.* BAT HUTH BREAD, END THE YEAR RIGHT, MARKET HOUSE, THE WAGON AND THE BAKERY. ALSO HUTH PIES AND CAKES. BAKERY OPEN . CHRISTMAS UN IK t A. M. ' Oblf BltoOle^-aeatopserfjage 3.,~*2 WILt BE OPEN CHRISTMAS MORNING UNTIL 8:30 A. M. B. J. RICKARD. ■*,j Exclusive Xmas. - Cards at .the Art Department of tbe National Music Co. Still taking Xmas. photos, v Open evenings. Both phones. Totten's- Go to Sharer's Jewelry store tonight GET YOUR CHRISTMAS DINNER AT THE ALLIANCE RESTAURANT. CHICKEN AND ROAST YOUNG PIG DINNER SUNDAY AT THE RAILROAD RESTAURANT UNDER TMB VIADUCT- fH ietm^ntmfS $***%* stag*, ytaishL [ KBTJB. ^ave yoar -Christmas tree photographed. Totten. Both phones. Qa) to Maw's Jewelry store tonight CHICKEN, TURKEY ANO YOUNG RIO DINNER CHRISTMAS AT THE RAILROAD RESTAURANT, UNDER THE VIADVCT. JOE URIG, BELL RHONE 115-W-. CB-btETERY WREATHS ANO BA8- For some days a report has been In circulation that Secretary. Blejcb Of the chamber of commerce bed been communicating with- high t officials of some of the local manufacturing* plants, endeavoring to - induce them to discontinue delivering to their employes coal and various other commodities at wholesale prices. Saturday afternoon Mr. Bleich made a deplal of the report, saying that it was' ridiculous to think- Of tire chamber of commerce or himself attempting to dictate to the manufacturers or coal dealers anything of-the kind or to try to" tell them how to' conduct tWeir business. Mr. Blelch also stated that Col. W; H. Morgan had asked tha* a denial be made of tha rumor that'be. Colonel Morgan, had • resigned as president of tbe chamber -of «om- merce because he had been censured for procuring coal and groceries at cost for bis employes. Colonel Morgan has not -resigned the presidency. FINED FOB INTOXICATION - John Wolf, arrested Thursday-evening, after he gave Chief, Oswalt and Officer Eagletoh a foot-race, in • Aft. Ub*>n, was fined $5.00 and costs Sat-. Utfay upon a charge of )ntoxtcatipn. The officers had been called foHow- lng the report that Mr. Wolf had attempted to force an . entranee to a residence where his daughter was staying- Mr. Wolf at the time was delivering seme Christmas gifts to his daughter. -?r«**m%\ --' DOLLAR |TOR CHARITY Tbe Review acknowledges receipt Saturday afternoon, of one dollar donated to the ..Associated Charities, the donor askiaa-i.that hia name be aat published, TURKEY-,AfcD ALL THE GOOD THINGS THAT GOBS WITH IT, AT THB ALLIANCE RESTAURANT WANTED—TEAMS TO HAUL BRICK. R. C. HOILES, BOTH PHONES. Wfysl TURKEY DlNNER . CHRISTMAS ANOJ SUNDAY AT THE ALLIANCE RESTAURANT. TABLE MARKET OPEN FROM 8 TO S O'CLOCK CHRISTMAS MORN* ING. NO DELIVERIES. . ,v ? Theresia Lodge will give a dance at Schwinn's hall, Saturday 8 p. m. Go to Sharer's -jewelry store tonight. TABLE MARKET OPEN PROM 8 TO • Qi.LOOK WRtBTilA*a.»tORN- ING. NO DELIVERIES- Bee Ohio Swsspsr Ad. Rage A Still taking Xmas. photos. Open evenings. Both phones. Totten's. MERRY CHRISTMAS TO AU- We wish to thank tbe people fer lhA~i totoil liberal patronage they bare given this store aad wish you all a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Tear. SHARER'S JEWELRY STORE. Go I8.*_bsi' i s Jjmil'J store tonight JOE" URIG, BELL PHONE 11-S-W— CEMETERY WREATHS ANO BASKETS. fejBS M-rfe__^- FILM MAKERS 1 GATHER ROUND FESTAL BOARD Federal Development Company Sales Managers and Employes Din* ">r REMEMBRANCE FOR MANAGER HARRIS flashught photograph .was mide of ^to»^^a«dbeen ' served tbe guiste w*re toben to tbe jtew Columbia Theatre where a thea- 1 tire party was enjoyed. In addition to the regular exhibition, a Federal- made tunny, entitled, "Reggy Mixes In," from the pen and brush of J. R. Williams, was given under its premier exhibition, and "it webt over big." The sales managers applauded It vigorously. Tbess present at the hanfluet were !W.'A. Hams, H. C. Koehler. May (Continued on page nine.) SNOW ON CHRISTMAS „/ ^ IS«J. FWEaST tuteraatlonel News Bervlcs. _\ .'' . I Washington, D. C. Dec. 23—The weather-bureau today issued the following i forecast for next week: ' aj: i. »*Oh4o Valley nnd Tennesee: Unsettled ,weather witb' probably rain or snow Is indicated for the first part of the week, and snow is again probable Thursday or ■ Friday. Moderate. teak- peratures will prevail the first part et the "#eek followed by decided colder weather by Wednesdsy and cold weather thereafter to the end of the •etosB. -.."^ "Region of Great lakes: Temperature will average considerably below the seasonal normal, with .a,pronounced change to colder weather after Tuesday. The weather win be overcast and frequent snows are likely.* - HEMS INiCfflllS NOSE International News Service. Nelrark, O., Dec 23—Gwendolyn, tbe one-year-old daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Harold Davis, stuffed eight beans to her nose yesterday. The doctors have been trying to remove the obstruction but have been only partially ^successful. Tbe child's life is despaired of.' _ Go to Sharer's Jewelry store tonight. . MERRY CHRIBTMABTO ALL. We wish to thank tbe people tor the most liberal patronage they have given this store and wish you all a very Merry ChrlstmaB and Happy New Tear. ' SHARERS JEWELRY STORE. Go to Sharer's Jewelry store tonight CANDY atANOb. NABygjr- **&$**%. Come here for yew Christmas candy and save money^A *o£S Oa ta tAistmt'm i*msksp stmrm tonight WANTBO—» YWONG MBN OWBR If YEARS OLD, ALBO ** FACTORY LABORERS. BUCKEYE TWIET Q||RU.CO. -S ' Go to-Sharer's Jewelry store tonight Exclusive Xmas. Cards at the Art department ot the National Music Co. OOt#T FORQ1T TO OROER YOUR HOftMAY WREATHS FOR THE CEMETERY. CUT FLOWERS ANO DESIGNED WORK AT Zl MM ER- MAN* FLORIST, 178 E. COLUMBIA Dfaee Saturday eve., Dec. 28, at 8 p. to. anb by Theresia Lodge O.'B. H. at Schwinn's ball. Mess-there Or- chestfs.^ '.^8SS T IS CONFIDENT 1 S PEACE NOTE WILL BE | CAREFULLY CONSIfltflEJ Chief Executive ia Convinced Neither Side Will Assume Responsibility for Complete Rejection of His Note Urging the Warring Powers to Get Togethed—-Had >., Discounted Newspaper Comment of Foreign Capitals and Does Not Pay Much Attention to It — No , Action is Looked for Until After the New Year. Washington, D. C, Dec. 23.—Newspaper comment in belligerent countries. i efarding President • Wilson's peace move today was discounted by administration officials. It was poln* ed dot thaL'the press is so under the ■way ot tne governments that it is impossible. 10 consider its position as accurately reflecting what the people -themselves .waat la consequence officials explained that President Wilson' has left-oat of his calculations tbe editorial opinion cabled from abroad. The president still wae ronfldent today that his note will-receive unusually careful consideration. He is convinced that neither side will assume responsibility tor complete rejection. And, even though their replies should show them to'be as far apart as the poles if he can get them into a negotiating mood, he believes that eventually a bests tor peace eaa be reached. NO action whatever is looked for until after the New-Year. Already It is known conferences are ia progress between the entente allies, but lt is expected thst.they will pbow a wide variance of views, abd, time will be re* Quired to reconcile them. So far as tbe Oerman attitude is concerned, Ambassador Gerard now is at Bis post aad will take the matter up in person with the Imperial chancellor. When attention of persons in leading German circles .was cabled todsy to the changed tone of German press comment, which did not seem to be so -enthusiastic as at first toward the pro* dent's note. It waa. pointed out that this might be better for.tbe success of the plan than any unanimous indorsement. If the entente takes the position that the offer is not entirely to Ger-. msny'a favor, It will teel more friend-. ly toward it, one official said. So far as the reports current that government officials benefitted by the nebr panic which has swept over thp stock market as a result of the peace notes are concerned, officials declared today that the administration courted the widest investigation. It was aald. that if congress desires tn institute an investigation it will receive all possible assistance from administration officials. A committee comprising Georgo Foster Jeabedy. Paul U. Kellogg and Emily Green Balch arrived here today to present to President Wilson a plea' for mediation by tae United States by Bertrand Russell, the British pacifist. This was an open letter by Russell,' who has been refused permission by* the British government to come to this country to lecture at Harvard, He flatly declares that the only' hope of * saving Europe's civilization is by stop' ping the war as victory is Impossible for either side. oundeof Turkey t&E ,„ Served Boys on Border _1 Paso, Texas, Dec is.—Christmas will bring a touch of gloom to the h 1,000 stete* guardsmen along the Mexican bolder. In spite of -Christotos turkeys, plum puddings, packages end cherry messages from the folk at borne, the faet that there is no hope far tbelr early release casts'a shadow over the yuletide celebrations of 76,000 militiamen. Fifteen thousand others, already* mustered • out, cannot hope to reach home in time to .romp with tho kiddies because of lack of adequate transportation' facuities. But, tbe war department has seen to tt that the Christmas dinner lacks nothing. Colonel nirry Rogers, quartermaster general of the southern department, contracted several •days *go for 15,G00 pounds ot turkey to teed tbe men at Colon la Dub- lab, El Valle, Bl Paso, ■ Fort Hancock, itfbrfa, Alpine, Ban Antonio. Laredo, Eagle Pass, M©Allen and Browns- ■TiHe. - ;.Vi> *tarif: _ In addition, the chamber of commerce of El Paso, and the Rotary c)ub of San Antonio arranged to fur nish tbe troops at Fort Bliss and Fort Sam Houston, with pies, cakes, plum pudding and other delicacies. And, volunteer organisations * in each Of the towns where militia units are Quartered will "give packages and baskets of Christmas things to the soldiers. . ^£_I All the mail trains are overloaded!: with Christmas packages for" the northern and eastern state troops. It', is likely that all will not arrive in time to be delivered before Christ-** mas. Camp Cotton, Cans'Wilson, Fort Samuel Houston,' Fort .Bliss, Fort Hancock, Fort Brown aad all other j military camps along the border are .'arranging athletic events for Christmas we4k. | Across the border in Mexico Gen* ;eral Pershing's regulars are Strang* | Ing for a great celebration oil foreign jSoil. Beginning today aU but the absolutely necessary duties were dis« pensed with-until Tuesday morning. 1A great Christmas tree will be erected at field headquarters of the expedi-i ' tlonary forces today. CHRISTMAS IT Kiddies Make Merry Around :-Prettily Trimmed H&i- ) day Tree A happy Cbrietmas party at which thejnothers ef tbs children were In- teresteagueeU wsw held Kriday after- boob at the private kindergarten -sf Miss Btoeguertto Williams and Miss Jesspetta Stivers in Miller ball at bbuStl Union oolite. A beautiful vss\. gtowtog with electric lights sad trlastosd after a. child's owe heart, pleased toe children. \ *. The ehlldren gave a number of exercises said drills and sang their juve- aile songs ver yacceptably .after Which the teacher. Miss Helens Don- nerle,' told a number -of entertaining Chrtsmnms stories. Remembrances of toys sad cunning stockings filled witb *•■•-** sad nuts, were given eaeb eb—B By toe Bradergartea while calendars, tnsde by tbe kiddles themselves, and bearing a photograph ot the children were given toe mothers and shaving ttoeBssotliSj also the handiwork of the children, were sent the fathers of the Icibdergartners. They reflected great credit bath on tbe children aad their toSVtoetor*. tjgjrhffffij' ♦ 'It was announced the second term of-.the kindergarten would begin Feb- ruary l when aa increased enrollment 1*4 expected as-the -school Is being man aged so capably that tt has made a strong appeal to parent* wbo have emldren of kindergarten aaa The Wyrk done in the WUliams—Stivers kindergarten would compare very favorably with any ether kindergarten sad tbe equipment to very complete. The kindergarten will open Wednea •toy, January 3. STARK LINE IS 1 flUNNING AGAIN Cars Being Operated Locally and on Interarban>*jj| Line ■W'-!*\W After a strenuous day's work, with all toe available men on tbe job, the Stark Electric Railroad Company got service established,from down town to Mt. Union Friday evening. Much trouble was experienced with the snow sweeper owing to derailments, due to Ice aa the rails, and the burning out of the motors.- General Manager F. L. Mowry stayed with t)ia men throughout the day and eve- ning, directing and aiding ia th*e> work of removing Ice from tbe rails.. Oae difficulty la connection with the1 work was that as fast as the snow could b'e removed from the tracks automobiles would dash past ead throw snow back onto the rails* This eras especially, noticeable ob Mala street *_&-»? Saturday morning found tbe car* running, between. Alliance and Salem but not quite on schedule tlme. Tho, StoilW Jjjjfy elty was normal, it was expected to start the service' Westward to Louisville at S a. at* Later service was restored to Canton* On tbe South Arch avenue line FTK day afternoon it was necessary to re* move the toe trass tbe rails by mesne ef picks and shovels aad Alto various" ear crews were employed at thta> work. Saturday found conditions some* what Improved aa to traffic oa tM Pennsylvania lines, but p-ractlcatlyy all passenger trains were, running lata, aome as mueh as four hours.' The men in all depart menu were kept busy trying to relieve the con-* -tested condition. f"' *MMt>JtVrt -mmiMSmm,.
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1916-12-23|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||December 23, 1916|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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