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;is'^ ■JS***F7*^^^;M-.;r3?^ R ^ Cutting off the advertising may SO* doss expenses, but so does cutting yetir wind-pipe reduce the cost of living. ALLIANCE f EE YIEW AND LEADER spM=r • WelATHBa: .Overcast and somewhat coldsr tonight; Thursdsy Mir. Barometer .29:50. .taidlcstlng .fair; tesmssratore 3d, partly cloudy »XXIX, NO. 136. ALUANCE, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24,1917. TWO CENTS. [ ENJOYED TUP TO CLEVELAND Closer Ties and Better Understanding Reached by Tuesday's Trip. 'asasptsmetpmm' NEW YOR^ PASTOR GIVES ABLE TALK One Thousand Enjoy Luncheon in C. of C. Building in Cleveland ft Alliance ls nearer Beaver Falls and Beaver Falls ls nearer Alliance and ".both cities sre nearer Cleveland to- 'WSy than they ever were before, and E all came about through the amalgamation ot the Chambers ot Commons Ot tba three cities in Cleve- Isnd Tuesday. Ths three organizations became allies • voluntarily sod unconsciously. It had been announced for weeks that on Tuesday, January 28, ths d'Hf"— Chsmber of Commerce , was to bo the guest of the Cleveland Chamber of Commerce and Secretary C. th Blrich wt» active, that Alliance night bave a special train on the C. A P. railroad to transport ths Alliance delegation to tbo Sixth City and in order that a special train bo chartered at least 100 must be guaranteed for the train. This number wss pladged bnt when th* train left Alliance at 9:22 a. m. "Missile> and ths count was made, tbe required number was overreached and IM made op the party. These represented the trades and business of Alliance ss well as indusri,lal plants and educational institutions. A congenial crowd ln whlcb the perfume was from Hsvanas. The run Wss made to tbs Union Station in Cleveland in 69 minuted or one ond one-half minutes more time than ths special ot ths M. B. company of January IS. Arriving In Clevslsnd autos were in waiting to -carry the visitors to ths rooms ot ths evelsnd Chsmber of Commerce, It was here a surprise was met, ,thc Beaver Polls Chamber of (mmercC 168 strong wss tberg, hav- ag arrived en a special train a bolt Mir in advance of Alliance. The Was now given to discard oveg- sts and hsts id' tiie library -room OW we obeyed. At 11 a. m. central time tba rooms Of the dining hall Ot the Cleveland Chamber of Commerce were thrown open am* the guests filed In .snd Informally found places at tables prepared for one thousand at the noonday lunch, and this was some feed of stthstsntlals snd did not indicate roast beef, potatoes, batter or. western apples were soaring skyward from .tte high price platform. It hsd been planned for Mayor Harry Davis to preside at this meeting snd make s speech ot welcome, but (Continued on Page 3) WILLIAM J. BURNS ON TRIAL, CHARGED WITH ILLEGALLY ENTERING URGES FARMERS TO HELP SHE TIE Deputy Game Warden Chalmers E Hudson, assisted by Supt. of lomalefj Clinton Tullis has constructed shelter places north of the Alliance .cemetery for s flock of quell which stay In aat vicinity. These quail will ba feed by M*. Tullis. Mr. Hudson suggests thstlnrmers who sre really interested In .saving the life ot the quail daring winter weather should make shelter places ont ot a few handles ot ecorn fodder in tbo thickets where ■the birds stay. Then, Mr. Hudson tssys. place feed every few days at these IbolteW places Not nearly all tbe birds wfll come to the barn and when they do, the house oat usually gets them. A serious aleet or snowstorm would kill .many ot the qusil which do aot have abetter places. Warden Hudson .says. ^ p ROWAN FUNERAL Funeral service tor Almeda Row- am. little daughter of Mr. and Mn. Louis Bowsn, ot South Sen<eca sve- nue, wbo died Sunday nigbt waa hold Wednesday forenoon trom tbe home. Rev. 3. B. Kirscb, pastor ot the Unit- ed. Brethren church in ^charge. The service woo a moot impressive and solemn one. many friends being present tp pair s .final tribute of jaw*. Floral emblems bestowed by loving hands wsro many and beautiful. Tbe service ot song wss rendered by youne peeople ot tbo United Brethren churoh choir. Burtsl wss m.*de to AlUance cemetery. ■BUILT IN At.UA.WCa ■ Tbo organ to be dedicated In the BL Peter's Oothsllc church of Csnton being announced as the finest or- gnn to Ohio, was bant by tbs Hiil- gi—r-liTT* company ot thto ctty. A joeltal will be given at thto chareh Sunday evening. A CORRECTION. Through sa error ta the ad. at The •Liberty Drag Co. In Friday's issue. Castorlo ■]■teisiltoiirt at St cents. Thto-ohould have read 2te. WANTCD .LABORERS, 27 I4to AN HOUR APPLV AUSTIN OO, OFFICC, paoAPWAY. coRNeitr moboam. ___m .tAl.B.-.J-ATB MODEL FORD MAMTM IN aWWIJjWIT CON. fitTION tSSS. ALLIANCE MOTOR OAR CO. M - WlMiAMaJ. VUmito) New York', Jan. 24.—William 3. Burns, the private detective snd Martin Egsn, former publicity adviser ot 3. P. Morgan A Co., are on trial here today charged with having illegally entered the offices of. Seymour & Seymour, attorneys, snd taking and publishing certain papers found In the desks ot persons wbo rented space as sub-tenants of the Seymour firm. Attorneys for Burns and Egan mot sd to dismiss the Indictment snd died briefs asserting that Burns and Egsn did not violate the law when tbey sought to procure papers which, lt is alleged, would exhibit evidence of the sets of lawbreakers. The defense wtll seek to show thst Barns snd Egan copied papers in the Seymour offices, Installed dictographs sod tapped telephone wires in effort to frustrate the ■tans of persons acting to behslf of the German Government who were seeking Information which would be of use ln causing strikes, breakdowns and explosions In United States muni tlon plants snd on ships carrying mu- nltlons and supplies to the Allies. RUSSIANS LOSE MILE AND HALF Reverse f or Czar's Tttk$»in Riga Sector Admitted ia Petrograd, Jan. 24.—The' loss- ot s mile and a halt ot ground In the Rigs sector ((northern end of the Russian front) was admitted by the-war office today. The battle is still In progress. The stacks of tbe Germans were launched between Tlrul swamp and the Aa River after a terrifick bombardment German attacks southwest of IUuxt in the I Dvlnsk sector, were repulsed by the Russian artillery. • •-..■ -' MMFAM. £ rntsrnatlonal News Sarvtee. _ _ Chicago, 111., Jan. 24.—Spenoer C. Koneig of St. Louts, employed In tho shipping depqrtB80Ofrai,fhs BUSOU la Steel Company, was killed, and Mrs. Elsie Smith .Shields, 16, a brids of two weeks, and William Bennett, a chauffeur, were seriously injured when on automobile in whlcb they were riding esrly todsy ran Into s telephone pole. Koneig, who nod been using ths name of his employer, J. M. Olmsted, and Mrs. Shields, hsd boon taking a Joy rids following a visit to s csfe. * IM COURT EXPLAINED BY IfilLlS AUTHOR Representative Miller Asserts Bill Would Prove Advantageous WOULD TAKE POLICE COURT FROM MAYOR Sees Impossibility of Mak* ing Alliance a County Seat City In s ststement to The Review Representative J. 8. Miller, df Alliance, shows tlm good points of bis bill which provides for the establishment of a municipal court in Alliance. Thto bill. If it becomes low, would take police court powers away from the mayor, abolish the offices ef Justices of tbo peace In Lexington and Waahlngton townships and give the new court concurrent jurisdiction in civil esses ap to 11,000. Mr. Miller's statement follows: "YOur Issue ot Jan. 20th contained on editorial in reference to tho bill now before the Legislature for the purpose of establishing a municipal court in Alliance. "Printed copies of this bill can be hod by application so long as ths sup P'y lasts. Copies hsve been mailed to tbo City Library, the Central La bor Union .and tbe Chamber of Commerce where they con bo seen. "This bill will not be np for passage until opportunity has been given for careful examination and the expression of vlsws of all Interested persons. Members of the General Assembly, particularly those tram Stork county, will be very glad to hear from any one. Tbe representative from Alliance will be ln his office at -home aa Saturdays for this purpose, or for any puitjfisi* relating to matters of legislation. Tbo other members of tbe committee thst pre- psred thto bill, Mr. W. L. Hart sad H*- Jl- W-iWehJ, will be glad to x*j*mp*mmp %*fon*otioo .tad probably hy-qHttriHT'tn ths ottr atop, "The proposed bin has been drawn to;'.AJUanoo lawyers for the reason tut tbere 1* probably no other per Spts Who could do lt; but the citizens mmm City and county may rely absolutely that tbe lawyers had no in. terest ih" view other than the public. Unle8s.lt appears plainly ln tbe bill thAt koine interest is favored lt ought not ts he- suggested. "Thc movement for this court origl which the committee was appointed. ,** (eCOntlnued on page three.) \YILL HEAD ROCKEFELER MODERN SCHOOL AT COljUMBIA OTIS CAJWDW.EJA, m.m tr tw.Teitm*. New York, Jan. 23.—Dr. Otis W. Caldwell of the University of Chicago, who wfll lead the new "modern school," to be established at Teachers' college, Columbia University, by the eQenersl'Education Board of the Rockefeller foundation. It Is planned to have the school eliminate much ot tbo "dead wood" at the present educational system. Latin snd Greek will not bo Included tn tho course of Instruction, bnt rather such things as wlll better fit a man to cope wtth modern Industrial, financial and commercial life. E JAMES THOMPSON DIES Mechsniestown Man Passes Away Lste Tuesday Evening. t^Sj Word wss received Tuesdsy night ot tbs death of Japes Thompson ef Mechanics town, which occurred. late Tuesday afternoon. Deceased was well known to many ln Alliance. The funeral will take place Thursdsy, leaving the house st 10 o'clock a. m. where services will he held snd. bar- mi made. Ills. Emery Shaw. Mrs. David Shsw snd Mrs. Ford Hoffman of Alliance ore nieces of the deceased. WT. UNION COLLEGE WOMEN'* CLUB MEETING .POSTPONED, ns msettng ot the Mount-Union College Wonssn's club which wan to have been held Wednesdsy night, January 31, has been postponed to Thursday nigbt, February 1. ft win begin at eight O'elock and will be held st tbo basso of Mrs. C. B. Hoover, Sooth Union svenue, near Overlook Drive. The club is planning a social to be held the middle at Febru- str. ' *$£ PRKMONTTIOK .SAVES B23O.0OO mam Tork, tt. Y., Jsn. 14.—Premonition of a bank cashier saved 8250,000 in government bonds todsy when o too swept the building OB .tower Broadway oeeuptod hy C. B. Richards §t Company, bankers and brokers. Shortly before etoe- ing time yesterday the cashier expressed s fear of too. He felt tt so strongly tbat hs took ths bonds from hto office to s .safety deposit boo In Urn equitable Tram vaults. ' ItlS WONT ACT NOW on mlsmpeabe plan Washington, Ik C, Jsn. 24.—The entente powers wlll take no Immediate sctlon on President Wilson's latest peace suggestions. It is possible they may Ignore them entirely. Confidential advices trom their boms governments to the diplomats of this group made tide certain today. These advices indi-cate that the various governments consider that portion ot the president's address referring to their future course ss In direct contradiction of tbe terms of the entente her<e- tofore supplied the president to pro- Teutonic, ib addition they point to the unqualified endorsement given tbs proposition by German diplomatic officials as evidence which in their opinion makes It unlikely thst their governments will consider tbe Wilson plan.- • Tbe president Is marking tlmo, Ths fast thst the Senate wss discussing his oBsoossl snd thst It bos generally been severely criticised by Republl- <c.aa Isteora bos in no way discouraged him White House officials say. Nickle Plate Train Splits Switch East of Cleveland ELECTRIC RATE HEARING OPENS; ROSEONSTAKD General Manager of Alliance Plant is Questioned by City Solicitor columbusTawyer assists the city Former Utility Board Member is Engaged to Make New Rate Prevail Columbus. O., Jsn. 24.—Today's hearing by the state utilities commission relative to the Alliance electric tight rats light was devoted largely to the cross-examination of W. J. Rose, manager of tbo light company, by City Solicitor Morris. The witness went into detail- concerning the company's appraisal and Inventory of tbe plant. He also was questioned respecting the apportionment between the gas and electric department and regarding the efficiency of plant operation. The hearing, which began late yesterday, to expected to continue tbe rest of this week and probably Into next week. Attorney Charles Rad- cllffe of Columbus, former secretary Of the utilities commission, has been employed to assist Solicitor Morris. The company to represented by W. L. Hart. H. C. Koehler, 0. C. Marshall of Sidney snd D. C. Bailey of New York. Marshall and Dalley are general counsel for the Doherty interests. 0. S. ENVOYS TO PROBE BELBIiSJEPBRTITION tniirnstlonal News Berviee. Washington, D. C, Jan. 24.— American diplomatic representatives in Germany and Belgium will be Instructed to investigate personally the circumstances surrounding ths deportation of Belgium workmen to Germany. This was announced officially today by Secretary of State Lansing. Permission to take such action haa already been granted by Oermany. The instructions will go forward Immediately. Cleveland. O., Jan. 24.—One man was killed and nine passengers were injured this- afternoon when passenger train No. 3, on the Nickle Piste Railroad westbound, split a switch st Euclid, flve miles esst of here, and crashed into a freight train standing oii the siding, ri J. Ths engine of the passenger train, a through train from New York, roll- ed down a 20-foot embankment. The baggage car* tamed over and caught fire. The seven other coaches kept the rails. Tbo dead: M. K. Bowker, Of Bellevue, Ohio, engineer an the passenger train. The Injured include: Mrs. Mollle Larkin, Seattle, Washington, internally injured. Joseph Jacob, New York, cut asd bruised. . Mrs. George Blass, Morristown, N. J., leg broken. F. A. Love nnd W. C. Evans, BIS- men on the passenger train, stuck by their engine when it toppled over the embankment. They were not injured. Bowker, tbe engineer, jumped from tba cab. Love snd Evans said that he would .not have been hurt had he stayed at the throttle. Tbe wreck occurred fifty feet from Euclid week. Hsd it occurred there, It would hsve toppled over a TB-foot embankment Into the wstsr. * Passengers ssy the train was making between 40 and fifty miles sn hour when it split the switch; SPECIAL TRAIN Witt PocMc CoaM Delegates Aboard to Arrive at S:OB p. as. A special train bearing delegates to tbo foreign trade convention to be held la Pittsburgh Thursdsy snd Tljdaj will arrive in a. Mono* st St it p. m. today. They request members of tbo AUIsnce chamber of commerce to meet tbem at the union station. Alliance, on* tho arrival of the train, which will stop tor n torn mlnutea. POP BAL1—MOOEL ML Itld. S CYLINDER 7 PABOCNOCft OVCH- .LAND TOURING CAR; REPAINTED AND IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. TNIE CAR IB A OARGAIN. THI ALLIANCE MOTOR <CAR CO. SEE ACME Am, PAOE 7. TWO AUBTIN MEN INJURED F. L. Gotshall. employed by the Austin Construction Company, while werklag at tbs structural steel plant. Into Tuesday oftornoon hsd a severe Injury to bin h<snd when he was struck hy a piece of slate which fell from a root. . ohn MsMonnus, employed by tte same firm, bod tbe index flng<er badly cot bp a piece of slate. Both men received etteutlon st Dr. Tressel'a offlcokiwrt SEEKS DIVORCE DECREE R<satos eSchsller, through her site*. s«r ■. P. Speldel. todsy BnWhsi potato* to common pleas court at Canton praying to be divorced from ber husband (mristlaa Schuitor on the grounds sslrein cruelty, habltaai diustismsas gross neglect of doty sad non support The two were married bt December itts and have one eChild, a .soa 20 years old now In the German army. TERMS HEjTSPITEWOBK Woman Charged With Hlegal Operation on Former Alliance Girl Charges btoUco • Akron, O., Jan. 24.—Mto. Zella M. Gilbert, arrested on an indict- ment charging her With having performed a criminal operation upon Ethel Bushes, 21", formerly of Alliance, Tuesday declared ter arrest ls due to spite on the part of a for- pier county official, whose attentions ate rejected. She has engaged counsel and is preparing to fight tte esse. Her bond has been fixed at 12,000. Miss Bushea's condition shows some Improvement, bnt doctors st Peoples' hospital soy she Is not out of danger. While Mrs. Gilbert made sensa tional eSebanBSS, she refused t* ***** the person sbe blsmes tor bor arrest. "He wanted me to go ont riding with him, but I refused," ssys Mrs. Gilbert. "Then he became angry. I am positively innocent of these charges snd I wfll prove that I ted nothing to do wtmm the esse at any Ume." jy;pj|j>f TELEPHONE MEN HERE ■Th 111 tooths Learns of Workings ef tte Automatic System Visitors from tte Independent Telephone Compsny Of Chlllicothe were In Alliance todsy in the lnter- est af the company to tnsp<sct and get tbe sentiment of Alliance people regarding the automatic system. The compsny will aoon install a now system at Chillieothe. Tbey were well plesssd wtth the favorable comments ln favor ot tbo automatic. Tbe contest Is due to an appeal from the city council ordinance flx fog the rate for domestic electricity In Alliance at six anC three cents WATCHFUL WAITING fcJILLf RESBHEB International News Service: , Washington, D. C, Jan. 24.— Once ths Pershing column la safely back in the United States the administration will resume "watchful wal11 ng" fOr I a time, so far as Mexico Is concerned. Every' lndicstlon points that way, officials said today. Carranza will be given every opportunity to. demonstrate that he to tte row de faero-' rider of Mexico. Tte Vllla-Zapata coalition wlll also seek recognition as belligerents from the administration. Failure to secure this recognition will not change their concerted opposition tei the Carranza cause. ■ Information reaching here today was that they would attempt to demonstrate the weakness of the present de facto government and to force tte recognition Ot the world as the dominant power te Mexico. HMO! ARMS Want Method and System in Inspection on Port of State Tuesday Senator White, Representative Whitacre and P. A. O'Connor, all of Columbiana county, wsro before tbe state board of agriculture Ot Columbus In reference to proper methods of dairy inspection. The tBtoTQSt in ths matter on ths part of-lhe county dairymen ht tte outgrowth of the recent actions instituted against A. D. Bower of Salem and J. B. Cassidy of Moultrie by state Inspectors upon charges wherein little or no evidence could be produced to substantiate tbo claims. The state Is to be asked to reimburse Mr. Bower for lora of milk sales during the ttme he was prohibited trom selling pedlng Inspection snd hearing of tho charges made, sn amount of about IMS. SEE ACME *i PAGE 7. FOR SALE—OVERLAND TOURING OAR IN PIReST CLASS CONDITION. PRICE fSOB. ALLIANCE Ma TM CAR CO. HUMMER OF Derkar's dance, Bsiley's ball. A TIME — VAN Thursdsy nieght Ohio Klsmrto Sweepers, COd-R .Bell LIP LICENSE 111 International News Service. Columbus. O., Jan. 24.—Senator J. H. Miller of Newsrk, Democratic floor leader, proposes thto afternoon to Introduce the administration measure changing the dots for Issuing liquor licenses from November S to the fourth Monday, in May. CHARITIES TO IK FRIDAY Youngstown Charity Mag- nate WiU Deliver the Address The annual meeting of the Alliance Associated Charities will be held ott Friday night Jas. 26, at 7:30 tfOIOBk in the council chsmber. The meeting ls open to the public .sad anyone Interested In the work of the Associated Charities will be welcomed. Annus! reports of officers will be presented. Sts directors wlll be elect, ed. Lodges, churches, Clubs, manu facturers, business men, etc., who hose contributed to the funds of the Charities will send representatives who will sate for their respective organizations. The address of the evening will be made hy J. M. Hanson, known as tte "charity magnate" in Youngs, town where ho to general secretary of tho Charity Organization Society. Mr. Hanson is sn active member of the Ohio Institute of Public Efficiency, also a member Of the executive committee of the State Board. He Is a man who can speak from wide experience ln charitable work snd it ls hoped he wlll be greeted by a good crowd. Miss Burnap of the ML Union conservatory will sing. HEATED DISCUSSIONS III SENATE OVEII DEBUTE ON PRESfDENT'S PEACE PLANS Senator Cummins' Resolution Providing for Free-for- All De.bate Brings Sharp Retorts—-Cummins Says .Plan is So Vital snd Affects So Many, Lengthy Discussions Should Be Permitted—Sherman Styles Mr. Wilson's Address a"Stunip Speech Delivered From the Throne by the Chief Executive." BIRTH COTfll NOT International S«wi Bervlooi 'AijTf _>- '•' - Cleveland, O-, Jan. 24.—The AmeriimnA.ssooiaUon..t<«r Girth Cas*- trol was organised Here today With L. S. Frszer as president. All members are compelled to take an oath to reduce girths as fas as possible. "We intend to circulate literature concerning girth control freely," said President Frazer. "We will go on a hunger strike if necessary to accomplish our ends." LiESJp New Store to Open ln Shem Block About February 15 A womaJi's ready-to-wear garment store will be opened ln the Shem block on Main atreet about February IS by Rosenberg ot Canton, who has been engaged in thto business tho post eighteen years and will miter to the wishes ot Alliance ladles ln all ready-to-wear garments. DIVORCE DECREE GRANTED Charles Summers wss granted a divorce today from hla wife Elisabeth Summers on, statutory grounds. The two were married in 190*. Tte divorce was granted by Judge Ate. * MSMVMMVVWMIWI February 19 to 24 IONTJSJEID Mr and Mrs. T. B. Hazlett of this city and sister, Mrs- C. P. Wright, were celled to New Philadelphia oa Wednesday by the death ot their aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth Pritchard, who died Tuesday . Sbe ted sustained a paralytic stroke. Her sge wss over 70 years. Funeral services will be held Wednesday evening and Thursday ' the remains will be taken to Fneeport. BROTHER DIE|kENLY Mrs. S. B. Cohn was called to Cleve- tend Wednesday morning by the sudden death af ter brother, Isaac Sach- eroff. Deceased was tt years of sge snd is survived by hto psrents, Mr. and Mrs. Hermsn S-scheroff. two brothers snd sight sisters- He was never msrried. Funeral services will be beld ia Cleveland on Thursdsy. GEIGER JOKES RULING International Ktvi Service. Columbus, O., Jsn. 2<.—State 1H*B>*rg Superintendent 8uU ts expected to ssk Attorney General Mc- Ohee today tor a ruling relative to tte application ot the Oeiger-Jones Securities Company tor a Itoonse to Opqtsta under blue Sky law. International News Ssrvlca Washington, D.<C, 3*H. 24.—-After two hours wrangling over President Wilson's peace speech ot Monday, the Senate this afternoon failed to act on Senator Cummins' resolution setting aside January 2», for the beginning ot the free-for-all debate on the suggest ed extension of the Monroe Doctrine to the world and the participation of the United States in a league ot nn' tions te enforce pesce.'^'*1 *-?: 'A/ ' Just when the Senate seemed near- tog a vote of the motion to nen,<l tho resolution to the foreign' relations committee, the. measure - wvnt .auto, matlcally to the calendar under the rules.. As the parliamentary, ■iltustlon now stands, peace debates will be-a dally occurrence In the Senate. Sena, tor Cummins announced his intention of taking advantage of the right to move to take up tbe resolution st any time. Today's debate touched only IB a general way the principles laid ■down by the president for ending the War. and ensuring peace, and was con fined largely to the* question of whether the Senate ought to discuss tho president's address.' Nevertheless, enough senators darts were hurled from tte Republican eWO to give an indication of tbp,violent dp. position brewing against tM p4aoo league plan. mit thto government. * "His announcenieent Is the most im» portent ever made by a chief executive of this nation. He so regards It, the country so regards lt and the rest of the world so nC0d#ts lt. "This is a time which requires conscious speech, tho proposal effect* ing as it does the happiness snd welt being of the entire world. >' " •''? "I understand the pressure of busfc ness snd the desire to avoid sn extra session of congr<eas, but no legislation ponding which may bs imposed to comparable ln importance to this prO» inapt of the president. Tbe future ot our nation, tiie integrity of our sov» ereignty sre Involved in this quss» tion." . Senstor Stone chairman ot the forj eigtt relations committee took tho floor when.Cummins concluded. "It to tho opinion Of the senate' from Iowa thst anyone who opposes this resolution Is not a true friend ot the president," said Senator Stone. "I don't speak with knowledge, but X venture to express doubt whether tho president wss so obsessed with ths) ides of the senator's affectionate and devoted friendship as to place bis tott tOse nt 'his hands. "In wbat would the president's foot stops pe. guided by six or seven A^lteeechM approving his address and In other words, we'll, go to wsM^W or MeVen °* the other *lde? u '• enforce peace" whs one of the Comments-Of .8«*oaton*<ta.Hl|iger, the-E^ publican leWfcr, '^Bptef mtp^i- may lf*ft' to some-tamer serious en- Ungliteg sXttshcs^''iJph-*ai}a*.i»t*», mk Shafroth., !^wp Senator Shenis^ r-»f*rred to tte president's »ddi*M. St; > a "stump speech from the thrope," and Indirect ly charged that tte jyfesldeht's ns tive was to "for««WI- public opinion snd attempt* *&******' jfe iPenate -into ratification of s pesw tresty." Senstor Cummitl»,: ot-lows, celled up hto resolution iirov'idlnf'o free for All debate of* th* president's peace fcpeech shortly. Stttt: the Senate con-1 voned iOmt^^r'^'«W___^'_^'- "Thls touches probably the most important matter thit has ever come before the Senate of the United States," said Senstor QrSodegree ot Connecticut. He immediately asked a quorum call, Insisting that all sens tors should be to their, seats to hear or participate in the debate.-. , _ ..;**' "I have ati Intention Of speaking at length OB this resolution," sold Cummins after a quotum had been called. "1 sincerely hope .that we may reach S vote on lt early. It will be observed that the resolution does not invite nor even properly permit a discussion of the soundness of'the unsoundness of tte principles announced In tho president's address. "Tbe point at Issue ts this: Ought the Senate do the country Justice and render .tte president the respect of expressing onr views on, the doctrine to which he ssys he is sbout-to com- \mwarriinted to ssy ten or a dozen speeches would outline to president tpf to Oto world what Is Ot* sttltudi of the. Senato. ... I'There ls no way to prevent sensV tors speaking on this subject. Then to ho-desire to prevent senators from speaking. Senator Stone renewed his motion of yesterdsy to refer the Cummins' resolution to the foreign relations com mlttoe. Senator Shafroth, of Colorado, who hte beea tn correspondence with tbo president sn the subject of (he league to enforce peace plan, delivered ggt address supporting Stone's attltmK He urged public hearings before tbo committee on tiie peace plans. Senator Gallinger the Republican Iesder, heckled Senator Shafroth over the modus operandi of enforcing the decisions of a world peace court. Senator Shafroth declared the coura would be backed op by an adequate international army. "In other words wt would go to wsr to keep peace?" commented Senator OsIHnger. What was the purpose of the pros* Ident In addressing the Senate on thlg question?" asked Senator Fall. "A motive of humanity," replied Shafroth. "To whom," said Fall. "To tho senate?" Sherman of Illinois, made a brief but vigorous attack on tte presl* dent's address ss a "stump speech, delivered tram th* throne by thai Stilt" executive." a OFF FOR FLORIDA Mrs. D. M. Clement at AUIsnce and Mrs. William Llebing ot Cleveland, a lliiuslll. left Tuesdsy evening tte PC Cloud, Florlds., where they will visit Boo. ate Mrs. Brown snd Stephen Scheil, relatives. Car aama time. They will also visit tte prominent cities of tbe lend of flowers-tor some weeks. They will return home by the way of Washington, D. C, attending the Inauguration of President Wilson. O. M. Bacon W8Bt to Springfield Wednesday where he wfll ssstot Ms fatter, In revivsl services. mt. C T. O. The Alliance W. C T. U. will hold their regular meeting and quarterly tea st tte Presbyterisn chareh on Friday afternoon. Mrs. H. PP. Whitscre tte delegate to the Anti-Saloon convention, recently held ln Columbus, will give her report. WANTED—WOMAN FOR CHAM. ■EH MAID. LCXINOTON HOTEU Adjourn Leak Probe Until Date Ili Selected For the j Testimony of Banker Morgan ■ * - ■* * •tj^£szi y^^e^CT k taternatlonal If ewe Bsrvtse. . New Tork, N. f,. Jan.- 24.-—The house "took committee" this* sftor- noon decided to temporarily adjourn tho Nsw York hearings to return to Washington tonight. At a meeting to be held in Wssh- ington, tte dste for .the committee's return to 'New York to exsmlne tte books of Wsll street* 'brokests snd hear testimony of #. P. Morgan and other financiers, will be selected. The bouse "leek" committee went into executive session with officials ot the MMT York stock exchange this afternoon to try to reach an amlecable sgiseiiissl concerning.- the future conduct of thto inquiry. - Tte stock exchange rllltfato de- olared before the sesslea thst it would be Impossible ;tt> -get tbe brokers' tmM"asked,terJtt.tbe eom- Ittee in shape befosn: tWtp.ytmsSs. Thto. the committee held, jras sot practicable for Ms put puses, Sherman L. Whipple, the committee's counsel, * decbupd that the whole future ot tte itttasUBSrion ds-. pond<ed en- the committee's sbtUtr to get the books st once. __*$} TsL O. 8. Noble, pseetdent of tbe Sleek exchange, woooseaUsd to tbs stand st the resumption if the hee^r- lng. The room wss only partly fDf- sd with spectators and these two members of the committee were sb- seot Repretosntstlv^ sMtt.snd <Chlp- erdeld. ^TlgE? Preeldent Noble was ssked hew much Ume wonld te ssehtrsd for tte submission of ths boater- He ssM it a slow pioosas.TWC that f- .H'nl sponses should be coming Sf tomorrow or next day. "I have no reason to believe tbero to a disinclination on the part ot tbo brokers to comply wtth tho committee's rea uest for their accounts." ssld Noble. "Certainly tho governors' committee deotras to aid in svery wsy the expedition of tte committee's work." , Mr. Noble was accompanied to tte stand by Henry K. Pomeroy. former president of tbe exchange, and now chairman of Its local committee, snd Welter F. Taylor, counsel to the ate change. The questioning turned into legs! chsnnels ritgsrdtng the listing ofl stocks on the exchange. Noble ssld tte usual csuse of dropping a stock tram .tte list wafl .because it became accumulated lQ too few tends. "DscBtee, te other wo Uda. tt does not afford , opportunities ta* short selling?" suggested Whipple. "I never heard of thst reason," iiii terrupted Pomeroy. A lengthy colloquy followed, en-ding finally te Noble's admission thit each m stock would be dropped because it did not o«er sufficient op* portanlty for trading of *mp kind. Bat tet, he qualified, solely beeeause tt did Sot offer s chance tap "short selling." Nobta wss eooebed throughout bbl teattmony by Pomeroy and Taylor, .literal ttmao te ssked that Pomeroy te Bellowed bo answer Questions. Pom-sroy aim subpoenaed at tte sups at Chairman Henrv-^.ojB
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1917-01-24|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||January 24, 1917|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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ALLIANCE f EE YIEW
• WelATHBa: .Overcast and somewhat coldsr tonight; Thursdsy Mir.
Barometer .29:50. .taidlcstlng .fair;
tesmssratore 3d, partly cloudy
»XXIX, NO. 136.
ALUANCE, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24,1917.
Closer Ties and Better Understanding Reached by
NEW YOR^ PASTOR
GIVES ABLE TALK
One Thousand Enjoy Luncheon in C. of C. Building
ft Alliance ls nearer Beaver Falls and
Beaver Falls ls nearer Alliance and
".both cities sre nearer Cleveland to-
'WSy than they ever were before, and
E all came about through the amalgamation ot the Chambers ot Commons Ot tba three cities in Cleve-
Isnd Tuesday. Ths three organizations became allies • voluntarily sod
unconsciously. It had been announced for weeks that on Tuesday, January 28, ths d'Hf"— Chsmber of Commerce , was to bo the guest of the
Cleveland Chamber of Commerce and
Secretary C. th Blrich wt» active,
that Alliance night bave a special
train on the C. A P. railroad to
transport ths Alliance delegation to
tbo Sixth City and in order that a
special train bo chartered at least
100 must be guaranteed for the train.
This number wss pladged bnt when
th* train left Alliance at 9:22 a. m.
"Missile> and ths count was made, tbe
required number was overreached
and IM made op the party. These
represented the trades and business
of Alliance ss well as indusri,lal
plants and educational institutions.
A congenial crowd ln whlcb the perfume was from Hsvanas.
The run Wss made to tbs Union
Station in Cleveland in 69 minuted
or one ond one-half minutes more
time than ths special ot ths M. B.
company of January IS. Arriving In
Clevslsnd autos were in waiting to
-carry the visitors to ths rooms ot ths
evelsnd Chsmber of Commerce,
It was here a surprise was met,
,thc Beaver Polls Chamber of
(mmercC 168 strong wss tberg, hav-
ag arrived en a special train a bolt
Mir in advance of Alliance. The
Was now given to discard oveg-
sts and hsts id' tiie library -room
OW we obeyed.
At 11 a. m. central time tba rooms
Of the dining hall Ot the Cleveland
Chamber of Commerce were thrown
open am* the guests filed In .snd Informally found places at tables prepared for one thousand at the noonday lunch, and this was some feed of
stthstsntlals snd did not indicate
roast beef, potatoes, batter or. western apples were soaring skyward
from .tte high price platform.
It hsd been planned for Mayor Harry Davis to preside at this meeting
snd make s speech ot welcome, but
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WILLIAM J. BURNS ON TRIAL,
CHARGED WITH ILLEGALLY
URGES FARMERS TO
HELP SHE TIE
Deputy Game Warden Chalmers E
Hudson, assisted by Supt. of lomalefj
Clinton Tullis has constructed shelter
places north of the Alliance .cemetery
for s flock of quell which stay In
aat vicinity. These quail will ba
feed by M*. Tullis. Mr. Hudson suggests thstlnrmers who sre really interested In .saving the life ot the quail
daring winter weather should make
shelter places ont ot a few handles
ot ecorn fodder in tbo thickets where
■the birds stay. Then, Mr. Hudson
tssys. place feed every few days at
these IbolteW places Not nearly all
tbe birds wfll come to the barn and
when they do, the house oat usually
gets them. A serious aleet or snowstorm would kill .many ot the qusil
which do aot have abetter places.
Warden Hudson .says. ^
p ROWAN FUNERAL
Funeral service tor Almeda Row-
am. little daughter of Mr. and Mn.
Louis Bowsn, ot South Sen|