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■*♦ You get the Latest News en tha International Situation at ths Earliest Hour by Reading Tha Review. * THE ALJMCE EEYIEW ■* AND LEADER WEATHER—Fair tonight and Saturday; little change In temperature. Barometer 29.45, indicating fair; temperature' 37, fair. VOL. XXIX, NO. 171 ALLIANCE, OHJO, FRIDAY, MARCH 9,1917. TWO CENTS DEMAND EXTRA SESSION OPINION ftimiJi ei GERMAN NIL CAPTAIN, ACCUSED AS A PLOTTER CAUGHT IN LOS ANGELES Captain Alfred Fritzen, Indicted for Complicity in tiie German Spy Plot in the United States, is Routed From Bed at the Home of California Business Man and Arrested—Accuses Former German Consul of Aiding in His Escape—Had Been Sought by United States Secret Service Men for Six Months. COLLEGE FUND International N.wa Serviee. Los Angeies, Cal., March ft.—Captain Alfred Pritzeeo. 40, an officer of the German navy, was arrested early today at the Alhambra home of Frank H. Hart, president of tbe Southern California Music Company and held for "complicity in the Oerman spy plot in the United States." Fritzen is alleged to have been connected with the Welland canal plot in Canada aa well as other more recent conspiracies. Ills exact connection with the present German-American situation is expected to be made known today, at Washington, it Is Bald, however, that he bas been on the samp government list witb Captain Boy-ed, Captain Von Papen, Woolf Von Igel and Hans Tauscher. Fritzen wae arrested after a six months' search. He had returned here from Ban Francisco only yesterday, according to speclal agents Blanford and Buden of tbe department of justice, and went immediately to the home of Hart, who sometime ago em" ployed bim as a comon ranch band. Routed From His Bed. Hart, who had been Impressed by the man's education and culture. Invited him tu remain all night- lt was St 1 -o'clock ln tte morning that the federal officials rout<sd theTlarts out of had, ordered Fritzen to dress and too*: him to lai! Ine prisoner said today he return- *S from Cuba a few days .ago and before tbat was in Vera Cruz, Mexico. Ha said he tried to reach Mexico (My, but ffss unable to because the railroads we're torn up. Accuses Former Garman Consul, "What I know I can't tell," was his laconic explanation. Blanford accuses former German Consul Roedel of planning to conceal Fritzen and helping him in the past. "At no tlmo was I an agent for the German government while I was in the United States," said Fritzen, according to United States agents. "I am not a spy and never was one. Wanted To Serve the Kaiser. "At the outbreak of the European war in August, 1914, I was in New York. I am captain ln the "Germany army nnd I made every effort to get hack to the Fatherland but was unsuccessful. "I remained ln New York for a few weeks after war was declared, then 1 went to Havana because I thought tt was better for a Oerman to be there than In the United States. "It was not long after the outbreak Of the war In Europe tbat I was shadowed by United States secret service agents. "In December, 1914, I returned to New York and at tbe first of 1915 I came to California and wofked for Mr. Hart. I went back east after a few months' visit here and later to Cuba again. "From Cuba I went to Vera Cruz. In January, 1916, I went to New Orleans and tben came to California again. Tried to Reach Mexico City. "While I have -been in Los Angeles I have made several trips to Tla Juana ln an effort to get to Mexico City. "At the timei af the attempt to destroy the Welland canal ia December, 1915, I waj* in New York and I can prove an alibi by numbers of American Mends who saw me there. Denlea Knowing German Agents. "I don't know Mr. Von Igel, Captain Roy-ed, Hans Tauscher, Paul Koenig, Richard Emll Leyendecker, Fred Lets- ler or George Fucha." Fritzen admitted receiving money several times from Germany, but declared it came from his family, which is wealthy. He declared ha would not fight extradition, but wonld return to New York immediately. "I had nothing to do with tt* Cuban revolt,'' ka told .reparian. '•*t*i'l ik.aw there Waa crookeed wprk somewhere 18...the elections and that was responsible* for the uprising. "I knew the department at Justice was after me and thought I was a *pt. On several occasions I was accosted in New York as tbe Oerman Ambas sador." Fritzen stoutly maintained thst he had absolutely nothing to 00 Wtth the German plot ln Mexico aad Japan. ;So far the aUthoriU<es hare been unable to locate Frltzen's trunks, in which they hope to find very import' ant evidence against bim. Frltsen Long Sought. International News Service: Washington. D- C,. March. 9.—Captain Alfred Fritzen, under arrest in Los Angeles, as a German plotter, bss bean sought by secret service agents ever since the exposure of tbe Welland canal plot, it was learned here today. At that ttme ha and another man dropped fropj.jlgbt and lt was thought they had left the country. $6,855 ADDED Alliance Man Gives $6,000 to Big Building Fund DECLINES TO ALLOW USE OF HIS NAME $250,000 Fund Canvas Becomes Active and Good ^Prospects Added The Mount Union college fund tor building and campus improvements to- day reached $98,345 according to an announcement by an official of the campaign. A gift of $6,000 was made Thursday afternoon by an Alliance man wbo did not want his name used. ' Tbe fine gift was made conditional that we do not use his name," the official said, ."he Is too modest to allow the use of his name." The campaign ls in full swing and the big givers are being seen daily. Tbe spirit shown ls flne and generous responses are expected from now on. The total additions yesterday were $6,855 ss $91,490 had been reported Thursdsy. The campaign ls progressing nicely in Massillon and lt Is about ready to be launched !n Canton too. ■I MM"H I Mil ll 1 I 1 I I 1 HI Mil I S 1 I I I II I 1 4. TODAY'S MOVES IN WAR CRISIS. • * $ American steamer Memphis b alted by Oerman submarine while • en route from Frances, but graciou sly permitted to continue. • Call for extra session of cong ress expected hourly. • President Wilson's condition improves but he is not permitted to • attend to offlcial duties. • Abolishment of unlimited deb ate rule in senate to hasten arming • of merchant ships. • Abolishment of unlimited deb ate rule in senate to hasten arm- • ing of merchant ships. • Bulgaria to sue for separate p eace unless war ends next summer. • tt. German naval cantata arrested as spy in California. • A .Senate adjourns until Monday noon after a seven minute session. • •ep Seven ships clear barred sone and dock at New York. •] 4. Germany announces she lost 24 aeroplanes during' February; al- • 4. lies, 91. 9f, New ambassador to Japan not to be a politician. < t-I-M-r I-I- ■I-M-M-I- 'I-M- H H I ■M-M 'I I M-M ■M-M-I-I-' Indicted With Woolf Von Igel. New York, N. Y, March 9.—Captain Alfred Fritzen arrested today in Los Angeles was Indicted here together with Captain Franz Von Papen, German military attache, Woolf Von Igel, attache at the Germany embassy at Washington and Captain Hans Tauscher. The specific charge against Fritzen was complicity In a plot to blow up the Welland canal. 52,51818 POLICY IS SOUGHT]? M0RG1N New York, N. Y., March 9—J. P. Morgan, bead of the banking house of J. P. Morgan and Company, bas made application for the largest life Insurance policy ever applied for $2,500,- 000. Under a reinsurance plan, tbe risk nn Morgan's life will be distributed among several companies, as Is usual whan the amount sought is in excess of the amount which aay single company is entitled by law to carry. MIHT KHPUIES UST Berlin (via Sayville wireless) Mar. 9.—Ninety-one aeroplanes were lost by Germany's enemies during fighting on the western, eastern and -Balkan fronts ln tha month of February, tt wss officially announced today. Of this number 37 ara in the hands of tha Teutons, 49 were seen to fall bexilnd their own Fnes and five were forced to land. The war offlce admits tho loss ot 24 German planes. THE BUTTERINE CENTRE OF ALLIANCE. GOOD LUCK, MORRISON'S HIGH GRADE, EMPIRE. DOWNEY'S DELIGHT, C. C. PRIDE AMD NUT MARGARINE. NUT MARGARINE CONTAINS -MO ANIMAL FAT. CHEESE STAND, MAJIKET HOUSE. J- A. MORRISON CO. ■LABORERS <«S.OO FOR S HOUK DAV. THE AUSTIN CO, TRANSUE A WILLIAMS MB. . rr wiu. -pay vou to* look OVER 1MB NBWB ITEM* HI TH E MARKET HOUSE NEWS, PAOE ft. CDIHREDJMN DIES Rufus Folk, ono of the number of colored people coming from tha south and finding employment at tba Morgan Engineering Co.'s plant died at tbe city hospital Friday morning his age being 22 years. December 23 the young man was taken to the hospital undergoing operation for appendicitis, complications later developing and causing death. Tbe home of deceased was at Nashville, Tenn.. he coming to AlUsaoo October 26. Surviving are his parents residing at Edlngton, Ky., a sister at Mr. Pleasant, Tenn., aad a sister at Nashville, Tenn. Ths remains are being held at tha Sharer Undertaking rooms awaiting word from relatives in the south as to their desires in the way of burial. 0. SjIJESJMNTIAGO Havana. Mar. 9.—American marines are occupying Santiago until the main force of government troops under Coi. Betancouit enters ths ctty, it was announced here today. Betancourt is entering Santiago from San Luis. Tha city itself is quiet Caae fires are burning on the outskirts and wooden buildings of the Central Union sad on President Meno- cal's estate have also been damaged to some extent. AMBASSADOR GUTHRIE DIES W SUDDENLY tat*rn*tlon*l News Sarvlae. TOklo. t\ Japan, March 7—United States Ambassador George W. Guthrie died suddenly at 7 o'clock last nigbt (T o'clock Thursday morning. United States Eastern stndard ttme) of apoplexy. Mrs. Guthrie was with the ambassador at the time of his death. SPECIAL SATURDAY: Strictly fresh country eggs 16c, strictly fresh country butter 4,1c. IV M. Barth Ca SICHLING GERMAN STYLE RV« BREAD OP MILWAUKEE SOLD WHOLESALE OR RETAIL AT CORNER CAFE. Washington, March 9—Word of Ambassador George W. Guthrie's death in.Tokio reached the state department in a dispatch from the American embassy. The dispatch was sent by Post Wheeler, secretary of the embassy. No details were given as to the cause ot death. Mr. Guthrie was appointed ambassador to Japan, May 20, 1913. George W. Guthrie was Pittsburgh's most ardent public reformer. The third la his family to be chosen mayor of Pittsburgh, twice proposed as a candidate tor governor, honored by city, state and nation, word of his death was received in Pittsburgh with deep sorrow. It came so suddenly that many were hesitant to believe it George W. Guthrie wat born in Pittsburgh, September 6, 1848. He was the son of John B. Guthrie, who was mayor ot Pittsburgh in 1861 and 1852, and the grandson of Magnus M. Murray, who served as mayor during the years 1828, 1829 and 1831." He was a descendant of one ot tbe most prominent families ot Pennsylvania in the early history ot the Commonwealth. Mr. Guthrie received his early education in the public schools of the old Third ward, Pittsburgh. Later he attended a private school After which he entered the Western University ot Pennsylvania. He was graduated from tha latter institution la 1866. He attended tho Columbian law school of Washington. D. C, graduating in 1869, aad was admitted to the bar tn November ot tbe same year. AMERICAN Sf WAS NIT SUNK Returning Steamer Captain Says' U-Boat Spared Yankee Craft International Newa Servtes. New York, N. Y., March ».—The American steamer City of Memphis was held up by a German submarine while en route to Havre but was released, Captain Armstrong, of the steamer Suruga, reported on arriving from Havre ahd St. Michaels today. * The U-boat commander told the captain ot the City of Memphis that his cargo of cotton was contraband and tbat he should sink his vessel. "But our countries are on friendly relations so I'll let you go," the submarine commander added. The commander ot the City of Memphis relateed the story to Captain Armstrong at Havre. The largest number of ships to enter this port in one day since the "barred sone" was established, cans ih today wben fourt£ea»e'vessels, 'flve' of them-Americans docked Seven of the amps came through tho barred waters, t, The Uftan. slap-American liner Ber. gensfjord, imt neither passengers nor mall, .arrived from Halifax where she put in roteasmlnatkm. Two of -the American ships came from the "bar- red zone."- They were the Virginian from Marseilles aad the Suruga from Havre. There were four British ves sels on the list of arrivals, the largest being the feighter Minnehaha, plying between New York and London. The Atlantic transport liner. Man churls, which bas been delayed here for two days because of a strike among her chreiw, expects to sail today. The owners declare the. labor difficulties bave been settled and tbe crew bas accepted a 10 per cent war bonne. Approves Garbage Ordinance and Will Advertise for Bids SERVICE FOH DEAF MUTES mmmmmmm t A service for deaf mates will he beld tonight at 7:45 o'clock in Trinity Episcopal church, Booth Linden avenue, tn charge of the Rev. B. R. Allabough, of Cleveland. Bailey's Dancing School Mardi Grass Monday night; something new; good time for all. Begln- ners may start Sat. 7:30 p. m.' HAMS1 HAMSI HAMS! 4000 POUNDS OF SUGAR CURED MAMS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SPECIAL 24 1-2c POUND. THESE MAMS ARK THE WELL KNOWN BRANDS SUCH AS WILTSHIRE, DOLDS NIAGRAS, SUPREMES, SWIFT'S PREMIUMS, ARMOUR'S STARS AMID HAMMOND'S ROSE BUDS PURC LARD 22e POUND, SWISS CHEESE ST. ROUND. CHEESE STAND, MARKET HOUSE. A A morrison ea SPECIAL SALE FOR SATURDAY ANO MONDAY: GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 11,40, AUNT GEMIMA PAN ORRS HOUR 3 FOR 28e, CANNED GREEN LIMA BEANS DOZ. $1SS, CANNED GREEN STRINGLESS BEANS DOZ. SI.60. G. E. MUNTZ - SALESLADIES WANTED AT THR DONER-PYLE CO. READ ACME AD ON PAOE A hit in 1 ihk RECRHITINC STATION Lieutenant 8. J. Logan and Sergt. John J. Murphy in charge of the Cleveland -district of the recruiting station ot the United States Marine Corps, were la AUlance Friday endeavoring to find a suitable room to open up . Marine recruiting station here. They -planned to return to Cleveland tonight. Several rooms are being considered. Already about 14 applications bave been received from men In Alliance and in this vicinity. Recruiting hss been greatly stimulated, the officers said, by reason of the present Intern st tonal crisis. This afternoon Sargt. Murphy said room No. 365, Alliance Bank building bad been selected ss a recruiting station. As the number indicates, the room is on the third floor. The office will be opened la about 10 days. The Alliance Board of Health met In regular session, Thursday evening with W. B. Hassett acting president pro tcm In the absence of Mayor West over. Other members present were Messrs. Rickard, McCredie and Benson. Sanitary Officer Yochum. Plumbing Inspector Wilkinson and Clerk Hogan were In attendance. Sanitary Officer Yochum's report showed that one residence had been quarantined since the last meeting but tbat no homes at present are under restriction, the city being free from contagious disease. The plumbing Inspector made a report of his work for the period. The board approved the amended ordinance relative to tbe handling of garbage in tbe city, which ordinance wss passed by council at th* meeting Jast'„Mw4».¥ epvesniog. The clerk was instructed to aarsirete :fbt bids for handling gaj Itage as aaaa sa the ordinance becomes effective. A report from Mayor Westover stated thst the Milk Dealers' Association had given not(ee et the refusal ot the members to pay th? city license fee, which is one dollar par year, payable semi-annually. The mayor, on motion, was instructed to enforce the ordinance. The money collected from the licenses goes toward paying for the regular dairy Inspections. To the city solicitor was referred the matter of the. Stark. Electric Railroad Company having closed the men's closet at the Ileal passenger depot The solicitor was instructed to take action at once toward having the closet opened and put In shape for use. ' Clerk Hogan was Instructed to communicate with the officials of the local Shops and advise them that when sanitary work is to be done ln tbe shops that permit be secured and the work done under the state code and inspected by the city inspector. COURT BILL IS NOT LIKELY TO BECOME II LAW Senator Oberlin Says Too Many Bills Are Ahead * of It PETITION PRESENTED AGAINST THE PLAN Stark County Senator Not Disposed to Advance the Bill tnternational News Service. Columbus, O., March 9—Senator Adam Oberlin of Stark county today said Indications are that the Miller bill providing for a municipal court at Alliance wlll not pass the senate. The bill was favorably reported by the senate Judiciary committee late yesterday and placed on the calendar for passage. There are so many bills ahead of it, however, that unless lt is advanced the session wlll be over before lt is reached. Oberlin said he Is not disposed to ask for an advancement in view of the fact tbat he was today present ed with a petition signed by ISO Alliance citizens opposing the bill. He has received no petition favoring lt, he said. Representative -J. S. Miller, wbo steered tbe measure through the house unanimously, said: "I have done my duty. It is now up to Oberlin." LIGHT RATE GOHFEIENGE Following the unanimous vote by the city council authorising City Solicitor Morris and Engineer Ballard to enter Into negotiations with the representatives of the Alliance Gas R Power company, looking* to an1 amicable settlement of the light rate controversy. Solicitor Morris said today that the conference would be held Monday at- Ma office. Ia addition to these awn, Special Counsel C. A. Padlllffja at Lancaster, wbo Is assisting the city, Wfll be present. The effort is being made to settle the oaao ln order t* stop the heavy expense of the case now before the Utilities Cimmisslon and because it is believed the city eaa get as low a rate fey compromise as it would be possible to get by allowing the decision to go to the commission. • . THE BUTTERINE CENTRE OP ALLIANCE. OOOD LUCK, MORRI- SON'8 HIGH GRADE. EMPIRE. DOWNEY'S DELIGHT; C. C PRIDE AND NUT MARGARINE. NUT MARGARINE CONTAINS NO ANIMAL FAT. >CHEESE . STAND. MARKET HOU8E. J. A. MORRISON CO. SPECIAL SATURDAY: Strictly flesh country egars SSc, strtetly fresh country hotter 4Sc L. M. Barth Co. BRITISH WOVEN CAN'T ENTED "jp ZORE" tatsraetloaal News BsiWCQ New York, N. Y„ March 8.—The British government has issued an order in council forbidding women subjects of Great Britain to embark on ships destined for tho war sone "except in eases of extreme necessity." A copy ot the order was posted In the British consulate here today. An official of the consulate said the explanation to be made was in favor of nurses going abroad tar war duty, women on "state department ttsl* sions" and women who could establish "imperative reasons" for going abroad. PRESIDENT IS BETTER InteraaMonal Mews Serviee: Waahlngton, D. C, March t.—The ■condition of President Wilson, who WM ordered to beed by hto physician Dr. Cary T. Grayson, yraterday. aa the result of hla heavy oold, was today reported improving. He was cautioned against working upon an important state matter and It was said that the regular cabinet meeting scheduled for thto afternoon would not be held. ' Later tt was announced at the White House that the president's fever had .-Reappeared aad that his cold was steadily vanishing bat that he would remain abed the remainder of the day and would transact no basl- ness. UK. SBJVb is ypjo COX House Passes Securities Bill Which Now Goes to the Governor International News Servtes: Columbus, O., March 9.—The Holi bill separating the blue sky bureau from the state banking department and providing for a commissioner of securities to supervise the issuance of all securities, passed the house todsy. It now goes to Governor Cox. The commissioner is to serve three years at $4,000 a year. The house also passed these measures: By Marker, enabling rural resident's to obtain books from city and scbool libraries, by creating county library districts in counties which have no free libraries; by Ellis, giving the state health board the same supervision over construction of municipal water supplies that lt now has over sewage system; by Gordon, penalizing engineers and inspectors engaged on construction work for giving false estimates with a view to defrauding the owners; by Pullerton, authorising municipal, electric, water and gas plants to contract for power to operate their machinery; by Mansfield, limiting suspensions of police and fire chiefs to thirty days and authorizing the probate court to reinstate these officials. SPEAKER CUK URGES \ PRESIDENT TO OUTLINE ADMINISTRATION'S PLANS Head of House Tells White House it is Imperative the President Tell What His Plans Are So That Both Houses Shall Know—Senate, in Session Only Seven . Minutes, Adjourns Until Monday to Permit Organization of Senate Standing Committee—Adoption of Cloture Rule is by Almost Unanimous Vote. * r HAMSI HANOI HAMSI 4000 POUNDS OP SUGAR CURED HAMS FRIDAY ARD SATURDAY, SPECIAL 24 14c POUND. THESE HAMS ARE THE WELL KNOWN BRANDS SUCH AS WILTSHIRE, DOLDS NIAGRAS, SUPREMES SWIFT'S PREMIUMS, ARMOUR'S STARS ARO HAMMOND'S ROSE DUOS. PURE LARD Me POUND, SWISS CHEESE 27c POUND. CHEESE STAND, MARKET HOUSE. A A. MORRISON oa READ ACME AO> OM PAGE A WANTED — ONE INTELLIGENT OFFICE BOY. THE REEVES RROS. CO. FRENCH CLAIM DIE CAINS INJDMPICNE International News Service: Paris, Prance, March 9.—A smashing blow struck by the French ln lto Champagne region yesterday resulted in the capture of German positions on a front of nearly a mile to s depth of 600 to 800 yards, It was officially announced today. Berlin, (via Sayville wireless) Msr. 9.—In violent fighting on the Champagne front, French troops penetrated isolated Oerman trenches on Hill tSS but were afterward expelled by a German counter attack, it was officially announced today. As a result of tha French attack, which was preceded by Intense srtlllery the French retained enly a farm position situated on lower ground. Weest of Wyteschsete. Oerman storming detachments peentiated an English position and returned with 1 prisoners, two machine guns and one mine thrower. SPECIAL ~ International News Service. Washington. D. C, March 9.—Demand was made on the White House today to state flatly whether there is going to be an extra session of congress. Speaker Champ Clark got in touch with Secretary Tumulty shbrtly afternoon and told him that lt was imperative that a statement of the president's intentions In this regard be communicated to the members of both bouses at once. Speaker Clark * said that many of the bouse members are remaining "up ln the air" ln Washington, and don't know whether to go home. Secretary Tumulty promised to let the speaker know as soon as possible. After a seven minute session this afternoon, tbe senate adjourned until noon Monday to permit the Republican and Democratic steering cbmmlt- tees to complete the reorganisation of the senate standing committee. Members of both houses of congress held themselves In readiness today for quick response to President ■Wilson's call far:** MttsonUnAy session - XL* 'AiansM»tea^»^4yf|rMlsia» tletmsicirWWhe easftoris surety ea- pacted. It may be temporarily delayed, however, - by Prenfeat Wilson's slight il!ne»s which keji him conlin ed to his bed sll of yesterday and from whleh be hsd not recovered today. Admin istration leaders declared that with th<- assembling of congress the resumption of American commerce on the high seas win take place Immediately. No aifflculfy Is'anticipated In Jamming through both houses the specific authority for the president to arm American merchant ships and send them forth ln defiance of Germany's submarine decree. Preeldent Back In the Saddle President Wilson's grip on the senate was about as complete today as sny executive ever attained. Under White House pressure the senate swept away traditions of a century aud a quarter, and adopted a change to the senate rules which will hereafter prevent any "little group of willful men" from holding np by merely talking, legislation which the adminis tration considers vitally affecting tho health of tbe nation. Little delay will be experienced is assembling the congress. The senate already Is in extra .session and members of the house, new and old, have been notlfled to be ready for the call. If the president so desires the machinery of the entire congress can be sat !n motion by March 20. No obstacle remains ln the path of prompt enactment of the measure giving tbe' President power to arm Ameiv- lcan ships and to use such other "Instrumentalities and methods." as he may deem necessary to protect Amerpj; can lives and commerce on the hign seas. *v Administration leaders were exult.-* ant today. They declare the senat^j vote oa the cloture rule showed that' the senate is eager to support the President Even the opponents to the armed neutrality bill admitted that the measure could be passed within IS hours after the reassembling of congress. ,' ■ Jj American Ships to he Armed Regardless, however, ot wbethOP' therm ih *a immediate call for the con- ^frees. American merchant ships are to be armed. Both Secretary of Sta'e Lansing and Attorney General Gregory have assured the president that ho possesses the authority to equip Amer lean shlos with guns for defensive par poses. What President Wilson most desires lo show ia '.hat he has a uni* tsd congress and nation behind hint. The "little group of willful men," who • prevented the last congress from siv*» ing him such authority afforded to Berlin much satisfaction and to Washing" I ton much chagrin. The fact that tho German press held up the "willful senators" as representing the "best spirit" ln America seriously disturbs tbe administration and made the ne» cessity for a new congress all tho I more apparent In administration eyes. The adoption of the cloture rule has clso cleared the way A>r important legislation made necessary by th<» Oerman crisis. These measures caa I be forced tb a vote within two days, under the present rule, or whenevos eventualities demand them. DIES VERY SUDDENLY Mrs. Alice Downs, a domestic employed at the homo of Uriah Stall. 1?03 East Patterson street, was found dead lying on the floor of the sitting 100m at 4 o'clock Friday morning. Deceased head not been well for some weeks but bsd been about tbe home In the discharge of her duties as usual Thursday and throughout Thursday evening making no complaint as to feeling Ul. Deceased was 52 years old, born In Pittsburgh, a daughter, Mtss Katie Downs thing in Cleveland. The dau;h ter ls expected to arrive in Allianee this afternoon. Coroner Douds, wbo was callM In the ease, rendered a verdict of deatn from natural causes. SALE POR SATURDAY ARO MONDAY: GOLD MEDAL FLOUR »1.40, AUNT GEMIMA PAN OAKS FLOUR » FOR ISO, CANNED GREEN LIMA BEANS OOZ. flSS, CANNED OREEN STRINGLESS BEANS OOZ. $1.W- G E MUNTZ. LABORERS WANTRD; Sf MS PRO HOUR; INSIDE WORK. APPLY TO . THB AUSTIN OOu CARS OR MOR- 1OAN ENGINEERING -OO. EWING FUNERAL Family Leave With Remains on Sad Return to Texas Heme Impressive funeral service for Anson Swing of Amarillo, Texas, who died very suddenly while visiting m the city was held from the .Cassaday A Turkle unaertaklng parlors Thursdsy afternoon, Rer. P. J. Bryson, paator of tho First Presbyterian church being fn charge. 'A number of est of town relatives were present. Friday morning the wife and sons, Thomas aad Reber', both of Texas, who hsd been called to Alliance hr the death, left for the home* at Amarillo with the remains. Further fuiMrsI services will be held from the Texas home, burial to be made there. DELINQUENT TAKES Martin Brenner, ot the Stark county treasurer's office was ia AIllan<ce at th* otty haildlng, Friday collecting delinquent taxes. He statea Aat a considerable numbeer of fsmmsj took advantage of the opportunity to liquidate tbeir Indebtedness* to tiie county at thia time. READ THi MARKCT NEWS AD. ON PAOR A. HOUSE !N J THE CITY OF CU2C0 lateraatloaal Newe Service. Lima, Peru, March 9— Serious riot* ing broke out ln the city of Cuzoo, capltol of the ancient empire of ths Incas, early today and several per« sons were kilted in street riots. ' The situation ln Peru resulting from the resignation of some of tha ministers and the assassination of three deputies ls growing mors serfc one. The government this morninfl placed strict censorship over all tele* graph lines. President Pardo will meet the "Jot* stltutionalists tonight to discuss theli demand tor the dismissal of the entire* cabinet. The Eleventh regiment was sent to Arequlpa today to maintain order. During tbe funeral of Deputy Gran, one of the trio assassinated, troops were on <constant guard to prevent diss ' turbances. Cusco, center of the latest outbreak^ ln what appears to be a constitutions allst movement against the Peruvlsn government, lies in the interior of Peru on a mountain plateau 11,(1$ fee* high. The famous "temple of ths sun" of tbe Incas worshippers wsa las cateed there. BENNET-MfN CHARTER Hardware Ce. ef Allianee, Incorporate ed Todsy. The Bennett-Brown Hardware cons pany of Alliance, capital 110,040 wad incorporated at Columbus today b^ William J. Bennett, Charles E. BrowR and others aa Incorporators, lt Is tbs intention of the company to open » hardware store in Alliance as soon as * suitable room caa be secured. Utt Bennett SBd Mr. Brown bave had ex* pesrience in tba hardware trade. * 4 • -*- \ State Inspector Here . Inspeaetor Mortally, ot the state dat partment of Inspection and supervW slon of public offices, has arrived ill AJlieaace ts look over the books at *k! water works department These tut spectlons are made annually. ,a£ A ■ ^tfi&mjmilmmm^fcfa! ■ *' ' f-.'^e .V' -1 ' ' -'j ^ ■■ ■ ---J mi>f £mmmi\ ■^ IT.,',!'..-. '". J-_V" 'Jfa'/Jmmmtmm'ffiftfrfffil- 4. *'. ■ 'b^.tm*mi- 'M^____4
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1917-03-09|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||March 9, 1917|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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VOL. XXIX, NO. 171
ALLIANCE, OHJO, FRIDAY, MARCH 9,1917.
DEMAND EXTRA SESSION OPINION
GERMAN NIL CAPTAIN,
ACCUSED AS A PLOTTER
CAUGHT IN LOS ANGELES
Captain Alfred Fritzen, Indicted for Complicity in tiie
German Spy Plot in the United States, is Routed
From Bed at the Home of California Business Man
and Arrested—Accuses Former German Consul of
Aiding in His Escape—Had Been Sought by United
States Secret Service Men for Six Months.
International N.wa Serviee.
Los Angeies, Cal., March ft.—Captain Alfred Pritzeeo. 40, an officer of
the German navy, was arrested early
today at the Alhambra home of Frank
H. Hart, president of tbe Southern
California Music Company and held
for "complicity in the Oerman spy
plot in the United States."
Fritzen is alleged to have been connected with the Welland canal plot
in Canada aa well as other more recent conspiracies. Ills exact connection with the present German-American situation is expected to be made
known today, at Washington, it Is
Bald, however, that he bas been on
the samp government list witb Captain Boy-ed, Captain Von Papen,
Woolf Von Igel and Hans Tauscher.
Fritzen wae arrested after a six
months' search. He had returned here
from Ban Francisco only yesterday,
according to speclal agents Blanford
and Buden of tbe department of justice, and went immediately to the
home of Hart, who sometime ago em"
ployed bim as a comon ranch band.
Routed From His Bed.
Hart, who had been Impressed by
the man's education and culture. Invited him tu remain all night- lt was
St 1 -o'clock ln tte morning that the
federal officials rout