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m Ttni »a-vtew reeelvee the IWI report ef The l**floni-r*toa*-f News e*«-**vtee, ahttng the ne-ws af tha entire **a*er.d the same tia/. THI ALLM1 REVIEW AND LEADER WEATHER: 0*n*raUy fair toelght and Wedneed-sy; rising tsmpsretura. ato--a*net«r 29.70 Indicating fair; temperature 28, clear. VOL, XXVIII, NO* 123. AI.-UANCE, OHIO* TUESDAY, FEBRUARY * 5, 1916. TWO CENTS. STRONG Gil BEING FORCED IG1INST ORPET (Btarnatloraal Soma Btarvle*. ___ Chicago, m., Feb. 16.—Every metb- mt kaewa was resorted to today by tbe authorities of Lake county <a tbelr eflarts to twist from Will Orpet, tba irolverelty af Wisconsin student a eeafession af guilt ta the case of the death ***** poison ef Marian Frances Launbert. There were yawning gaps la Orpet'* tale of how the pretty high school girl met her death, bat Orpet leaped them by simply refusing ta -answer when asked a confusing ques- ttoa. mgsL"' .a. The youthful collegian faced tha bombardment of questions calmly. Be recitedvover and over bis story of hew be met Moils n Lambert la high school, became Intimate with ber and Jilted ber, bat af Important point* in the aanaOea fee stubbornly refused to ■peak. Wt* Jaws tightened sad bis line ware seeled when he was asked what he bad deae with tha empty bottle he purchased ln Madison a few hours before he left to keep tbe fatal tryst with the girt; where ha spent the night before he met the girl; why he wrote a letter to her after she was dead; why he framed so careful ea alibi In mi effort to make lt appear ELKS ELECTED E OFFICERS .The directors of the Alliance Elks' Home Company heme organised by the election ef the following officer*-. President, W. E. Dunning; rice president, Elmer Messenhelmer; secretary sad treasurer, Oeorge Sheets. The officers hare secured tte services et Architect Robert - Harsh re look after the work of erecting tha proposed new $60,000 Elks' Home, to be built oa Bast Market street. Mr. Harsh is sa experienced man In hts Uae and had similar connection with the new elty building aad the Masonic temple now la coarse of construction. sJso the AUIance bank building. It Is stated that the work oa ths aear structure will be started at the earliest possible moment aad completed as soon as eaa he done. When built the building will be-one ot which the order and the city mt large may well feel proud. MINERS ii WISE 1 OEMlNDyiSPUTE ON International New* gat1 Base. Mobile, Ala., Feb. 15.—Unable to agree air tha demands of the United Mine Workers, the Joint conference here today between the coal mine thft he had not left Madison during: operators and representatives of the ROT TO BLOW UP BATTLESHIP IN VERA CRUZ International Hews uterrtc*. Washington, D. C, Feb. 15.—Reports of a plot to blow up the battle- ship Kentucky, now at' Vara Crus, Mexico, were received hy the state department today from Carransa officials hi Mexico. Those behind, the plot are not known. Tbe Carranza advices stated tbat lt was believed the plot was fer the purpose of forcing BiiBJIIiiBii Intervention. The Carranza agency here ts understood to have made the reports to the state department. At the agency's office thia afternoon, lt was declared that officials there would not discuss the matter. The Mexican officials would aot say from where the Information waa obtained about tha alleged. The state department ordered a searching inquiry apori getting the reports. Navy department officials were given ths Information at once and orders were flashed from the Arlington, Va, wireless station, to the commander of the Kentucky to make a thorough Investigation at Vera Cms aad.report immediately. ADDITIONS TO the week when Marian Lambert died State's Attorney Dady, . of lake cotlnty today declared that fetv wat convinced that Orpet's silence oa many of the details ta connection with the ease was evident of his guilt. V Chicago. 111., Feb. 16—-A network of circumstantial evidence continued to bai-iwoven about William H. Orpet, enmeshing the young University of Wisconsin student la a snare which authorities of Lake county declared was complete enough already to. convict him of Hie murder ot pretty Marian Frances Lambert, eighteen-year-old high school girl of (he fashionable suburb of Lake Fore*t. Link by link the chain of circumstances connecting the confessed' be trayer of tha girl with her violent 'depth, has been placed together HP- til State's Attorney Dady today de clared that fee was ready] to begin proeecutltm ot Orpet oa a • charge ot nrff degree murder. -The last two links in the evidence chain were the discovery of a poison chaffee oa the Cyrus H. |f cCormlck estate -stj Lake Forest, where Orpet's father Is sutwtateadent, mm*, -tha f ta- ■ iwverr In Madison, mm., \hfct d**$$t p*M*0ftased an empty two-ounce hot- tie' of a druggist there a week ago today, a few hours before be left the ' ual> ttraHy • ■•SSypp* home Aw Lake Forest to keep the fatal tryst with Ma* rlen Lambert. ____§:&,' ' Orpet himself had destroyed his alibi when he confessed that be was wfvtk the girl when she tied at the foot; of three oak trees in Helms Woods last Thursday morning. Footprints la tbe -snow plainly revealed tbat the man who was,*'with Miss Lambert, walked away from where she lay after the poison had passed her lips ead then retraced his steps. The state's attorney expects to prove that Orpet went back to do away with the poison bottle. Orpet haa insisted that the girl committed suicide because she believed herself ln a delicate condition. The girl's friends assert that Miss Lambert, on the contrary, was happy booaege she had relieved herself of her Uahble. ' These facts, the state's attorney de Clares, destroy Orpet's statement that •fee had a motive tor suicide. It Is believed, however, tbat MIsb* Lambert had led Orpet to believe she was still tfe trouble after she learned of his reported engagement to Mtss Ce- lestla Yottker, of DeKalb. 111. This according to the Lake county authorities, will enable tha prosecution to fixe a motive on Orpet State's Attorney Oedy today ealled before him David James, a deaf mate, who wrote a statement that he saw a young man force a bottle to the lips mt Miss Lambert James la the oaly witness, so Bar as Is known, who saw the conple la the woods. , Orpet, la his cell In the Waukegan iatl today, was Informed that Charles Hasslnger bad confessed having sold -late ltt amply pottle In Madison last Tuesday, and that Hasslnger aad told (Contlnuer oa Page Thirteen) § Riripn h. W. Sidles Again Proprietor of Bns- a**ass He Established Several Years Ago Announcement waa made Tuesday that L. W. Skiles of this city, has purchased the local business of the Wfy Orleans Distributing Company, which firm eleven weeks ago purchased the Merchants' Package Delivery, an institution inaugurated by Mr. Skiles, bat *#blch later was sold to ether parties, Mr. Skiles remaining aa manager. fc&*fi—; . Mr. SkJUes is agaia sola owner of the'easiness which is well established-»nd it will be known as the City Delivery. Mr. Skiles is thoroughly conversant with the needs of the merchants along the line,of delivery and lt is pleasing to note that he is again to conduct the business. He has assumed charge and wtll be pleasing to tradesmen. DOLLAR DAY 8PECIAL8. 1* bars Flake White Soap ems 9 caas fresh Climax Paper Cleaner, fl<M>. IS bare Lenox Soap, 7 aaaa Everyday Milk, aad 7 1 lb. packages Arrow Starch $1.00. 7 cans Everyday Milk. 5 S ht IDs. aaaa Hawlian Pine apple If 78M aaaa H. Pine Apple $1.00 Ha deliveries ea specials. L, M. BABTtH CO. BOTT MILITARY DANCING SCHOOL. New beginners class Wednesday evening 7 o'clock. Assembly dance • ft. ha. NOTICE. Market (House open Wednes., $ day. United Mine Workers, decided to re far the matter to a sub-committee. The operators immediately want Into caucus to select their representative*! eo tbe srtb-coramittee. At first it was thought this would be an easy task,' hat as the time paaaed and no announcement aame from the committee room, it was taken as an indication of considerable dispute. FREIGHT PACKET MS Oalllpolis, O., Feb. 15.—The gasoline freight and passenger packet Maggie B„ exploded last night on the Ohio river at Athalia, aear bere, and burned to the water's edge. Captain B. F. Becket, owner, and craw, escaped, M0 lives were lost No passengers were oa the boat. NO MS IN WHEELING International News Servle*. • Wheeling, W. Va.. Feb. 15.— Wheeling Ib experiencing the most serious gas shortage in the city's history. Nearly every manufacturing plant ht this district was forced to suspend operations yesterday and more than 39,000 men are Idle. Tha extreme cold haa censed much suffering. • T In mayor's court, Tuesday morning, Thomas Skelding, charged with In* toxlcatlon, waa dismissed. John Mawer, charged with assault, ta to have a hearing at 8 p. m. Tuesday evening. Steve Kesskmark is to appear before the mayor at t o'clock this evening ta answer a charge of violating tha achool laws. WANTED •— GIRLS FOR DECAL LINING AND STAMPING. STEADY WORK GUARANTEED. AN EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD PROPOSITION ENQUIRE AT PARtOR OR OFFICE OF MOTEL LEXINGTON, BETWEEN 4:30 P. M. AND 8 P. M. TODAY AND ASK FOR MR, JONES. AT ANNA L. MADDEN'S. Wednesday one dollar off aa any trimmed spring hat t nthe store. Opp. the Postoffice. Smoke the Oo-Op 6c cigar, Havaaa mixed. Made ia Alliance. I will pay any old price ter dressed hogs. C. Aultman. NOTICE. Market House open Wednes., $ day, OF NIGHT SCHOOLS Night schools will be held at the Library and at Franklin avenue school building three evenings each week. The school at the library wJJl be conducted by Prof. J. C. Vaughan with teachers he may select and tha Franklin avenue achool will >have Prof. Lake as principal and teachers he may select. It has beea decided by the board of education that pupils who are aot of school age being over 21, will be admitted without the payment of a tuition fee. The law regulating this being optional with the board. Tha salaries of teachers will be fixed by the board. From present Indications the number of pupils will rcpclf or exceed loo. These will he of tht foreign element of the otty. The schoqls will be under the supervision of Superintendent H. F. Stanton who has a common Interest ln their success. EAST PAYMENT There Is due on the purchase price for the lot bought by the Salvation Army barracks on February 21, tbe sum of $1570. The Army has on bands to meet this payment $519.62. There Ib a large number of outstanding pledges unpaid. If these, were paid lt would relieve the situation aad avoid the necessity of borrowing money- Payments can be made to Cashier H. T. Bohecker of the Alliance Bank Company and lt ta urgently requested that delinquents or others who will contribute, send ln their contributions at once or previous to tha date when the last payment oa the lot is due, February 21. MAINE ANNIVERSARY The recalling of the anniversary date et the sinking of the Battleship Maine in Havana harbor, February 15th, 1898, reminds Alliance people that thia city has a relic from thi ill- fated man Of war, the souvenir being a piece of copper pipe which has beea suitably mounted ln the Alliance cemetery by Crubaugh Camp No. 19, United Spanish War Veterans. The relic occupies a place on the section of the cemetery deeded to the camp by the city and for oaa aa a burial place for veterans Of 'the Spanish-American ARREST AGED MAN Captain Oswalt Tuesday afternoon arrested at the public square, aa aged man who is aoid to have been down as a result af intoxication. The man gave hla name aa Alfred Montgomery and stated to the officers that he was seventy ape years of age aad had aot worked since, 1874. He appeared to be proud of his unusual record. The man waa wearing several suits Of clothes. FOR APPENDICITIS Miss Georgia Elliott of South Linden avenue was operated upon at the Aultman hospital, at Cantoa. Tuesday morning, for appendicitla. The Burgeons ware Dr. James Fraunfelter and Dr. Clare Fraunfelter of Caaton aad Dr. J. K. Tressel of AlHaace Miss Elliott Is a itanghttr af George Elliott, a f0**aman at the Limoges pottery, Sebring. A special meeting of the city Board of Education bas beea called by C C. David-ton, president of the board, to consider plans submitted by Architect Freak L. Packard tor additions to the Franklin aad Seneca avenue school buildings. Bach of these sddl- tlons la to contain four school rooms. Other additions to school buildings are to be built the present season, one to the South Lincoln avenue school building af probably ten rooms aad* oaOi to the State street school building ef fear rooms. All of taa above named additions are to fee built tha present summer in advance of the opening of school In September. The additions will add to the school facilities of the elty 22 rooms, in addition to these there ia prospects that a new building will be erected of four rooms. It la not unlikely tbat an addition to the high school building will be provided for within the next year as it is claimed the present building la inadequate aad a larger building Is demanded. Thia matter will be more fatty discussed when the question comes before the board for formulation. -■:,wt"_Sf3PI STRAIN BREAKS T International New* Servle*. Washington, D. C. Feb. 15.—United States Ambassador George T. Marye, at Petrograd, Russia, fees broken down under the war strain. He has decided that he must retire from the diplomatic service. Confidential ad* vices here today aay that the am* bassador either already hag resigned or will do so In the Immediate future. Ambassador Marye's confidential secretary, Ray Baker, reached the United States yesterday and hurried to Washington today. He declined positively to discuss the report that ha had been commissioned by the ambassador to present his resignation to President Wilson. Ambassador Marye was horn in Maryland hat has lived fOr ^.many years in California. Ever since the war broke out Jim American embassy ln Petrograd has been compelled (o work night aad day looking, after the • interests, not alone of the United States, but of tfea Tea- ton and hat allies. AS UNFAITHFUL TO HIS TRUST International New* *NWIeo. Washington, D. C, Feb. 15—Legal chicanery, bad faith and unprofessional conduct were charged *g-*-H»** Louis D. Brandeis today before the senate judiciary committee Investigating hla qualifications for service on the supreme court of the United States. Hollls R. Bailey, Boston lawyer, charged President Wilson's supreme court nominee with breach of treat ln the so-called Warren will case. Bailey said tbat among BJItoii lawyers Mr. Brandeis was deemed "untrustworthy." 8. W. Winslow, president of the United Shoe Machinery Co., of Boston, charged Brandeis with unprofessional conduct and conduct unbecoming aa honorable man. After serving eight yeara as director and counsel tor the company, defending Its methods. Winslow said tbat Brandeis used the knowledge thus gained to attack the company by "false and misleading statements." Samuel D. Warren, Bailey said, died lea-rlag a paper mill business worth $2,000,000. The business was left to his wldow_and Ave children. S. D. Warren, Jr., Brandeis' partner, was the only one of the children with any experience in the business. .To conduct the business for the benefit of the heirs, ail of the children aad Mrs. Warren turned their shares over to three trustees, S. D. Warren, Jr., a Mr. Mason, who was connected with the business, and Mrs. Warren, tbe widow. MONEY WELL INVESTED The following ad appeared In The Review a few days: c. a. * m. v. *Jl r. 5 p«r bent grst mortgage bonds and atock must be disposed of to settle estate; will arrange denomination to suit purchaser. Address, etc. The advertiser lives In a neighboring town and the results of his teat of The Review aa a medium ta found to be the same as the great majority of Review advertisers who have something to sell. Here is what he writes: The Alliance Publishing Co., Alliance, Onto. Gentlemen: Will you please discontinue the advertisement aow running in Tbe Review, and sead - statement for tho amount aow due. I have received several Inquiries from thia advertisement and believe tt to be money well spent. If you will send me a receipted bill, 1 wltt Immediately forward check to cover amount. Thanking you, I am, ' AID DANBURY HATTERS Alliance Machinists Make Substantial Contribution to Fund. Alliance Lodge No. 22 International Association of Machinists met in regular session at the hall Sunday. Eighteen applications were accepted. Altar routine business bad been transacted, the meeting was turned over to Business Agent William Jack, ef Cleveland and General Organizer Smoot Of Washington. D. C, who gave interesting remarks on progress madt, throughout the state by organized Machinists. The Machinists will give a dance at aBiley's hall March 1st This organisation contributed tfli to taa defense fund of Danbury Hatters of Danbury, Conn. MOT IN 8UNOAY 8HOW FIGHT. The Thomas W. Doyle who wrote la last night's Review favoring Sunday picture shows waa aot the Thomas Doyle who was formerly public safety director. The former safety director la aot taking Bides ta the controversy over Sunday pictures. The Doyle who wrote the letter ta a young man living oa 8outh Linden avenue. 1-4 OFF OHIO AND BABY GRAND Suction st-BS**s*r, $ dak. . Call Jno. W. Rose, Bell *pbone 506-R NOTICE. Market House open Wednes, $ day. THE FEATURE The Music Study elab met hi tee Dauahtera of Veterans hall .over the Kay store, Monday evening, with a large attendance of members. Several aew names were added "to the roll. A Carmen evening waa featured by tho club members and proved most enjoyable to all present. The program waa rendered in a decidedly satisfactory manner, reflecting much credit upon all who took part. The program was as follows: "Life of Bizet," paper. Miss Wilda Davis; "Explanatory Talk an thei Music and the Story of the Opera," Miss Pratt: prelude, la Seals Orchestra," vlctrola. Act K-Chorus of boys, Choral elab; Chorus of Cigarette Girls, Choral club Haberna, Miss Pratt; "Tell Me of My Mother," vlctrola, Isabelle'Marsh and John McCormaek; Saguldllla, Mtss Pratt Act 2—"Gypsies' Song** Miss Vlg- neron; Toreador Song de Gogorza." vlctrola; qulntent, vlctrola. Act 3—Trio (card scene), Mrs. Strlckler, Mrs. Gyger and MIsb Wills; Aria "Here> Must the Smugglers Dwelt* Mia..Strlckler; finale, vlctrola. ROLL CALL OE FUNDS ASKED The regular monthly meeting of the Park commission was held ln the mayor's office on Monday evening at eight o'elock with Members Henry, Miller and Scranton present. After -reading the minutes of the last meeting the Park commission decided to ask the otty council to ap. proprlate, or set aside $600.W for a preliminary park and boulevard survey. The Idea ot the Park commission being to hire aa expert along these lines to make a complete survey of the city with a view of providing parka and a boulevard system for the city, looking into the future. Tata request wm be made of the city council at the next meeting. The Park commission finds that It ts practically helpless without some money to work on so they are putting the matter np to the city council to provide the necessary money to get the thing properly started. 'The commission also requested anyone who haa desirable park sites to offer "to the city to submit a six month's option to the members of Park commission giving their lowest cash price, and the same will bave due consideration. After a thorough discussion of the park situation of Alliance the meeting adjourned. Monday Night Meeting Wall Attended —Splendid Sermon. The Monday night meeting at the First Christian' church was well attended and the choir furnished splendid music, the special number being a solo by Miss Anna Roth,. Rev. Hlbler spoke oa 'A Twentieth Century Miracle" and followed the theme of .Sunday n'ght ln establishing the truth of the inspired word ot God—the Bible. He gave a fine description of Babylon, and related tie tragic downfall aa aescribed by prophecy—the waters turned, the en* trance through the bed of the river, the feasting and carelessness that allowed the hosts of Cyrus to capture the atty suddenly—and the desolation of the place where Babylon stood at this day. The service tonight will begin at 7:80 o'clock promptly, and the subject will be "Objections to the Bible Answered.** A large attendance Is looked for, aad every one—citizen or stranger—-ta Invited to he present. REGRETTABLE TYPOGRAPHICAL ERROR. In making a correction In the advertisement of B. B. Vale, drag dealer. Bast Main street, ta Monday's Review, two lines were accidentally removed which destroyed, to some extent, the meaning of tbe copy. The corrected advertisement appears ta today's Review. AT ANNA L. MADDEN**. One dollar Wednesday will hay any one of the 60 high priced, winter hats lefL , Opp. the Postoffice. WHTS S5.000 t** For Injuries Sustained While Paa- senaer ea Y. A O. R. R. Through her attorney, H. H. Emmons, Alice Roller, formerly of Alliance, hat now of Lisbon, filed a petition In common pleas court at Lisbon Monday asking Judgment against the Youngstown and Ohio River railroad for $5,000 for injuries sustained by the petitioner June tt, 1915. The plaintiff states ta her petition that on the date named she was a passenger on an lnterurban car running between Bast Liverpool and Lisbon, whea the car was wrecked. That ahe sustained Injuries from broken glass and that her nervous system was greatly shocked and that her Injuries are permanent and that she haa tost the fret- use of her faculties and arms. APPEAL CASE The case of Capt A. B. Cleveland of the city fire department vs. the Penna. railroad appealed from the court of Squire C. S. Westover will be heard ln common pleas court at Cantoa thia week. The action ts based on an accident of September I, 1916, when aa auto drlnsa by the plaintiff was struck by a train on the C. & P. railroad at the Summit street crossing and the auto considerably damaged. The plaintiff asked Judgment for $100 and this was given by default. The case waa then appealed to common pleas court by the railroad company. STARTS CUTTING ICE William R. Lyons, proprietor of the Mirror confectionery, has begun tbe work of cutting Ice at the Mahoning river. The lee is about five and a half inches in thickness. The ice houses used by Mr. Lyons wtll hold about two thousand tons. Wesley Rockhill, manager of the Spring Water Ice Company, stated Tuesday that he had not started cutting ice at Rockhill park. TO CONSIDER TAXES City Auditor C. O. Sliver wtll go to Columbus, Friday, February 18th to attend the meeting of city officials ot the state -Who are to assemble at the Neil House to discuss the taxation problem, which at present Is a most Important feature of municipal business. Many Ohio cities are forced to seek economic rioasures and the session at Columbus is to consider the subject MANIAC MURDERS TWO International New* Service. Martinsville, Ind., Feb. 15.—Har- ley Grey, 86, and Melvin Hubbel, 27, were shot and killed at the lnterurban station today by Porter Bond, 36, a maniac who was being cared for by his victims. All three ara from Coal City, lad. HtPPT AFFAIR The annual roll call haa become an established feature oft Lone Rock Lodge No. 23, Knights of Pythias ssd the occasion was moat auspiciously observed at Castle Hail. Monday evening, when over oae hundred and fifty of the members assembled for the event An informal reception was held la the club rooms after whteh a column was formed and the members marched to the lodge room where tables had been placed and prepared far tha dinner. Aa the members Stood by their places. Secretary Charles H. McCow* en called the_ assemblage to order aad aa the national colors ' were advanced by the sergeant at arms, the salute to the flag was given. Chancellor Commander W. W. Scott ealled upon the prelate, Walter Keller, who offered prayer. This waa followed by the singing of the lodge's opening ode. Following an elaborate banquet, served by J. W. Rosenberg, 3. H. Tresoott, James Miller, N.. H. Hart- Bell, Ray Abegglen, Walter Keller, Bd gar. Weybrecht aad Ralph B. Tanner, Hon. B. F. Weybrecht was Introduced aa the chairman of the evening. He spoke of this being an historic month, calling attention to the birthday anniversaries of Lincoln and Washington and to the fact that oa February 19th, 1864, the first Knights et Pythias lodge ln tbe United States was instituted, at Washington. Forty-five years ago Lone Rook Lodge was char, tered. Of the charter members bat tvo rema'n, these being S. W. Seacrist and B. F. Foltz. Jn the calling of the roll a new method was Inaugurated, that of calling the names according to time ' the members had served. This plan brought Mr. Sea* crlst as the first, and in a pleasing manner he told some ot the early history of the lodge. He said that ha felt that be waa the "Daddy" of the lodge, and was proud of Its children. Owing to illness Mr. Foltz waa detained in Pittsburgh and unable to be present. Of the other older members present were W. W. Thomas, Matthew Johnson aad Colonel Charles Shem. The latter spoke of the advancement of the, lodge, the tot-ma* •**•>**» •# the endowment rank aad the tfMfora jR_ftsfeJ,__. Seacrist being the ft-* emmtmks oi*rellow Cross Co. and the^apeaker the second. Cat, Shem Urged the members of the lodge to affiliate wltfe the trntform (Continued from page 7) LOCUL WOMAN 1 DIES SUDDENLY Mrs. Mary SEarnst, wife of Dr. J. M. Earnst, well known Alliance physician died very suddenly Monday ev. enlng at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Homer Mounts, two miles west of Winona, her age being 62 years. Death waa doe to heart paralysis. The maiden name of deceased was Mary Stents, she -having been born and reared In the vicinity of New Franklin. Following marriage the home for years was at North Georgetown, later ia Alliance and later tn Cleveland, thia the family home at the present time, though Dr. Earnst maintains aa office ta Alliance. Deceased was a splendid woman enjoying a wide acquaintance and a large circle of warm friends. Beside tile husband she is survived by seven children, one son and ate' daughters, James Edmood Earnst of Akron, Mrs. Essie Connell of Dodds- - ville, Ashtabula county. Mrs. Claud's Mountz, at whose home the mother died, Mrs. Capitol* Martin, Mrs. Anna Sherwtn and the Misses Jettle Mabel aad Florence Loretta Earnst, all of Cleveland. Three sinters are also Uv ing, Mrs. Wtlma Hlllerman. Mrs. Cora Cobourn and Mrs Carrie Cat"lton, all of Cleveland. BORN IN MINERVA Rev. Robert'Bruce, aged 80 years, who was born ln Minerva, died Monday at his home in Beaver Falls, Pa. He entered the ministry in 1864 aad for 25 years has been pastor Of the Associate Presbyterian church of Beaver Falls. A widow and four children survive. A RESTAURANT FOR SAtE ON. MAIN 8TREET. INQUIRE ROLLER REALTY CO. MASQUERADE OANCE Bailey's ball Thursday night, 60 cents a couple. Ladles 10 cents. NOTICE. Market Houae open Wednes., $ day. DOLLAR DAY 8tore Window* Show Hundreds of Bar-gain* For Wednesday. If yon don't believe Dollar Day will be a surprise and success, look ln the. Dollar Day store windows at the ha**-* gains on display for one dollar. They are attractive aa dare bargains af surprising worth. Maw articles, none taken from archives of the past None shelf-worn. Merchants exe vleing with each other to see wblch can outdo the other ta attractive bargains. Visitors ta Alliance tomorrow wltt aot go away empty handed. It will be a money saver to buyers and these will profit hy the day. Coma early stay late. "Try Alliance First" Bailey's Dancing School Bvery Monday and Saturday, Beginners amy start Sat. 7:30. NOTICE. Market House open Wednes., $ day ■5£ggg :::i555 sn The Review and Leader Presents the Motion Picture Scoop of tho War! See why the Germans cannot be starved oat! See the interior af the great Krupp Iron Works, where 70,000 men are employed, and where the murderous artillery aad machine ■aaa ara mad* the only pictures ever taken In the interior af thia monster plant GERMAN WAR MGTURES ENTITLED 4*THE BATTLES OF A NATION t» 6,000 Feet of Thrilling Films Brought Direct From the Battle Fronts See the attack oa Lemberg! . See the terrible Austrian Skoda guns in action! See the actual bombardment ot the famous forts of Warsaw I SBE THE FALL AND CAPTURE OF WARSAWI See King Leopold's victorious Bavarians • enter the streets of Warsaw! See all thia aad MORB! Don't fall to go. THURSDAY and FRIDAY Sg?Ss^is?aKr?2:msW Columbia Theatre ammmm Smmamm Matinee Friday* 3:30, <*% Admission 10c, i Adultat^c ■ A'■"'■"'i>'hl. ;v.v.-..vii Two Shows Each Evening 7:15,8:45 -aaase; AU Seats at Night One Price 25c Matinee Thursday, 2:30 15c Positively First Showing in Alliance ■
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1916-02-15|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||February 15, 1916|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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