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."■(';•■■..':. >■ .'. \ ■"..'.•■.■:■:.."'■"(■■■i ■"-■■','1-.'-'-.. .1", PPW *& ■P^iiiSi *Bsl i**Be«ii*aia_i*i_s A*t _-__ **" American Red Cross so- sB ••* *m \*Z c,etl* needs you. Join the Al- Ml tti llance Chapter aaa. Da roar Ba a aa bit tor Uncle Sam. aa * THE ALLIANCE EEYIEW * *W WEATHER: Probably show. Ml Sa ore tonight ead Tuesday; Ita ■s cooler , Tuesdsy, Barometer Sa IM 29.20 Indicating, unsettled; Ha IB| tempersture 64; cloudy. Sa m VOL. XXIX, NO. -.7. AND LEADER TWELVE PAGES ALLIANCE, OHIO. MONDAY, APRIL 30,1917. TWO CENTS. i «— SHORTEN THE WAR —-RaMBiBi— [ I at Show Wour Patriotism By Marching Tonight in the Red Cross Parade S[||D||||G OF TROOPS TO mammoth Demonstration to move it seven p.m.; thousands will . * Dr. John Wesley Hill, Noted New York Divine. Will Also Speak at the Red Crass Rallies to Be Held After the Parade in the First M. E. and the First Presbyterian Churches—Route of Parade Is Announced by Parade Committee—Many Floats Will Be in Line. itataN.- !_ Bs Bt l_ Ba BS Bl B» Bl BB RK SB IB BIB* B> Bt _t MOVE OF PARADE. la Colonel Weybrecht et the aa parade committee, ststes ttat ta at 6:57 o'clock **nf<M. tte M city fire bell will give oae tea Bfe ■Si^f-OSSIstoif warning, and ** at promptly at seven o'clock IB the ball will give two taps. Hi this being the signal tor the Sa parade to move. It is the la- Bs tentton to move the parade Rn promptly at seven o'clock. im No verlcles should be park- Ml sd on Main sliest from 6:30 SB : until after the parade. ■ Bt I > MSMWfieSimMMIMmMWIMIMIIIMMWb , The success of the Mg patriotic parade, to be held Mondsy evening, ta behalf ef tho Red Cross move meat,-- appears to hinge upga the question of having suitable weather conditions and If tte latter prove satisfactory, the etty will ge on record as having participated tn -the largest . sttatr of the kind ever attempted in M Alliance Monday hundreds of people .if wot* actively -engaged la completing arrangements for tts parade which promises te eclipse anything of this nature in the city. There will be severs! Sands to provide suitable f§ music snd dozens Of organizations M#have reported ttat they will be pres- r ont. Attractive floats have been, pre- pared and B is anticipated that severs) thousand people will be te line. According to- the- official program the unite of th. parade will form at 6:45 at the places designated and the command for the column to move will be given at T o'clock. The head ot the column will roov.-> from Market street and South Free dom avenue and the line of march will be as follows: Bast ea Market ta liberty avenue,. north oa Liberty to Main street, west oh Mala street to Union avenue, south on Union avenue to Oxford, east ea Oxford to Linden, north on' Llndsn ta Broadway, east oa Broadway to Freedom avenue, where tbe organizations will be dismissed. As mentioned heretofore. Chief ot Police Oswalt has asked that no vehicles be parked on Main street, as it Is desired to bave tbe MU width of the street tor tbe movement ot tte column. Immediately following tha parade tta meetings ef tbe evening will ha held st the First M. B. snd First Presbyterian churches. WBWe addresses st both places will be given by Edward Hnat of Washington, a member of the Belgium Relief Commission who spent thirteen months te active work ta Europe, and ttt- Johr Wesley Hill, ' of Wnr Tork City, a prominent pastor snd lecturer. Judge Charles Krichbaum, • of Canton, wtll also be a speaker at tta Methodist church, while Supt. B. F. Stanton, of theAlHsnce schools, will speak st the Presbyterian church. Tbe complete programs tot tte two meetinge #re ss follows: Methodist Church Br. ft', tt McMaster, »l||i mtii "America," Band, choir sad audience. Prayer, Rev. Battelle McCarty. Selection, Combined choir. Address, Mr. Edward Hunt, Washington, D. C. Duet, " The' Lord Is My Light,- (By Dudley Book) hy Miss Grace Burma, snd Mr. H. a Richie. Address, Chss. Krichbaum, Canto. O. Selection, Alliance Band. Address, Or. John Weslsy Hill, New Yoi* thtf. rJE____?*_ "Star Spangled Banner,** Band, choir snd audience. Preebyterlen Church Mr. Chas. T. Kay, chairman. "America," head, choir and audience. Prayer, Bev. F. J. Bryson. Selection, Combined choir. - Address, Seat B. _. Stanton, Alliance. Sel-et _n, Ravenna Band. ■Address, Jobn Wesley Hill, IX D. LL. D. Selection^, Combined chorus. Addriss, Hr. Edward Hunt, 'Washington, D. C. "Star Spangled Banner," Band, choir ead audience. UNDER RAIN OF TEUTONS' GUNS Consolidate Positions Captured Oyer Mile Front in the West GERMAN GUNS KEEP UP TERRIFIC FIRE Germans Launch New Offensive Against Allies in Macedonia ■ International News Service: London, England, April 30.—"In s local operation between Monchy and the Scarpe .river east of Ames we have captured a few prisoners snd Improved our positions" tta British wsr office announced today. The new poeltloas captured by tbe British' in Sunday's sttisnks over a mile wide front were consolidated and linked up with tbe old during tbe nlgbt, but tbe soldiers were compelled to work under a hall ot fire from tbe German guns. .' j. The Germans have launched an offensive against the British army ln Macedonia. ,. , Assaults on the Vardar river ta the region of Dolran Lake were pushed home with much vigor by tbe Oer- mens, bat tbey were unable ta break through, the war off lee reported today. Heavy losses were inflicted upon the attackers. The text of the official statement follows: "Strong attacks by the enemy sgainst out positions along the Vardar near Dolran Lake have boon defeated Witb heavy tosses to tha at- tackers." Little Cirls Raise Big Flog • # To The Top ot 93-Foot Pole —********— Four Thousand See Flag Raised as Band Plays "The Star Spangled Banner" and Company K Volleys Salute. 100 Small Flags are Released from Big Flag as' it Nears the Top. * The employes of tbe round bouse of the Pennsylvania company Sunday afternoon flung a beautiful flag, tttt feet to the breeze from tbe top et a 98 foot'pole at the round house, adjacent to the mate line of tte Pennsylvania railroad. A crowd of four thousand people witnessed tbe Impressive patriotic spectacle. Before the flag-raising, a short street parade was held, beaded by the Alliance city band. A firing squad fiom Compaay K, Eighth Ohio regiment also marched as did employes of tbe engine house, members ef tte G. A. R., Spanish War Vet erans, Boy Scouts, Junior Order American Mechanics and the Red Cross society of Alliance. Ths parade was from city hall to Mechanic aad Main and thence to tte round house. At the scene, the city band opened the program by playing "America" attar which the Rev. J. B. Klrsch, pastor of the First U. B. church offered piayer. Ralph H.Evans made the address ln which he complimented the round house men on their patriotism ta erecting by Individual subscription, the fine Iron pole and tte beautiful flag. "The thoughtful man when he looks at tbe flag," be said, "sees not merely so much bunting snd thread aad color, but all that tha great ba'.- ties of tbe past have meant for America. He sees a flag which tone times has entered war against a foreign too and which wss never once lowered ta defeat He sees s flag which guarantees equal rights te all snd special privileges to none H. sees a banner stands for liberty aad justice and democracy tor ourselves pad which now is to load tte stniggle tor these blessings for other peoples of tta world." He asserted the present straggle was aat directed agalqst tte German people, whom, be said, wa have loved, but. against Prussian militarism aad tte Kaiser who seeks to conquer the world aad enforce his "kultur" oa the res;, of tbe world. "Patiently aad IISSJSI full) and patriotically ws have atrttaa ta stay oat of the war natal conditions become so unbearable (Contlued on Page Three) FRENCH Win MISSION Tl Stork Electric Carmen Ask |J itt Increase of Five Gaits Hour April t tta employee to the car as. vice ef tha Stark electric formulated certain requests tor Increase ta ^ wsBse of Sre cents an hour sad some Improvements ln conditions of tte rood a*i mea- This request was sent to President C. L. Morfoy ef tbe Stark Electric aad until May 1 «M given tor a deflnlte answer to the requests. This request ss forwarded was approved sad endorsed by tta atreet oer men. Ma satisfactory reply had beea isiisllj! by tta street ear men at noon today. Bunday night three af tte conductors on tbe ctty Baa: Rowan Donaldson. W. X Robinson end E J. O "Brien were released by tha com- oany as being unsatisfactory employes ot tta Start: Electric company Theee men were celled by Act- log Manager 8nyde$ sad tta three, cme at a time were told . their ser- i unsatisfactory ia tte com- -i " W J- Robinson Is secretory aad also member et the wage committee of the Amalgamated Association ot Street aad Railway Employes of America Division t60. v Monday forenoon Motorman V. W. Whitney sad D. H. Bennett ot tbe O. A. a. M. V. electric Bae ware given release to much Ska same ssss. ,. tbe attar three mentioned j. Mr. Bennett la alao a member of the wage committee. It la aald tbe charge aa which tbe laat two named were discharged la alleged ta have been aa aouidsat last September. Mr. ._. Whitney resigned toa poettton wttt __.__ na-nsirr aboat SO days ago tad *•" later returned ead wsa employed as a aaw assa. It to aliased he to aaw tor aa ottsass eamiiiins ia Us hiring. The prsssat agreement expiree st 11:30 tonight at which time there wtll be a meeting of division MO bold. Ad ttls meeting tbe course tbe employes tar the future wfll probably be decided. Tbe situation la ta charge of International oncer, W. B. Nlcbo. ese, of tta Amalgamated Association, who baa beea ta Alliance stace last Thursday. Acting General Manager W. T. Snyder referred The Review ta President Morley et Cleveland. Be declined te discuss tbe situation, ikt'' TWO SCARLET FEVER CASES Sanitary Policeman Tochum, stated Monday, that tta only quarantine restrictions holding ta tta elty today were two for scarlet fever. AB tbe diphtheria restrictions Bave beea removed. TUSCO CLUB ASSEMBLE AT CLUB ROOM AT 6:45 TO JOIN RED CROSS PARADE. a A. R. NOTICE AB musnme of tbe Q. A. R. are requested to meet at tbe hall this •evening at S:S0 o'clock ta attend On Bed Cross meeting. ATTENTION SONS OF VETERANS! All Sons of Veterans meet at O, A. B. ball, tonight, (:M o'clock, ta Join Bad Cross parade. T. H. Matttcks, commander. NOTICE MOOSE* INITIATION WED- MAY 2. eats, are. FREE WANTED: GIRL TO SELECT WARE. SEBRI NO POTTERY CO. . ....... latynational Newe Service: Washington, D. C, April 80.—Despite tbe refusal af mayor Thompson ta satend sa invitation to the French war commission to visit Chicago, tto visit will be made upon a formal invitation by Senator .J. Hamilton Lewis today. .On their way to tte. western metropolis M. Vivlnal and Marshal Joffre sad tts other membera of tte distinguished body, wt'.l Stop at Springfield for * pilgrimage to tbe tomb ot Lincoln. Senator Lewis presented tta Invitation through tbe state department mid immediately after tt was received announcement of Its acceptance wss received the Ifltaaf* SSE star wss accompanied by Colon*. John M. Glenn, ssmatarj ot the Illinois state manufacturers association snd it was said the .1|1||1T- wfll stop st Evaastoa where Northwestern University Is located. WTOI JDS RECEIVED ■ Tha Lexington township trustees st tta meeting Saturday afternoon, received bids from six Anns who offer ed figures MB supplying a tractor to be used by the lowasaa. Tbe firms bidding were J. L Case company, Racine. Wis.; Tho Aultman-Taylor company, Mansfield; International Harvester ■*—naar. JsTlessbss. i_tttta.ES Construction company, representing Willis Hubb. Racine, Wis.; C. N. Csr- penter. Canton, representing tte Hu- ber company of Marion; Daacb Manufacturing compaay, Sandusky. President R. B. White of fie trustees, stated Monday that aB of tha Mda bad beea rejected except those ef the International lis i roster company aad tta Huber company, owing to tbe prices being above the others aad that th_ trustees would Inspect only tbe machines handled hy tta latter firms mentioned. The awarding of the contract will be made at a later data. NEED BIO _UM TO CABS FOR THE INTERNED ALIENS International News Servtee: Washington, D. C, April 18.—Secre tacr at labor Wilson, through tbe Secretarty of tbe Treasury today submitted to tho house sa astlmste tor sa emergency appropriation of $2,234,248 ta meet extraordinary expenditures occasioned IE tha wsr wtth Germany. The pi isiifaal Items to tta estimates are 11,000.000 for care ef latemed aliens; $760,000 tor tte employment service aat $250,000 tor the bureau of labor statistics. K. OF P. NOTICE. UNIFORM BANK AND SUB. LOOOE MEET AT CLUB S:S0 P. M. TO TAKE FART IN RED CROSS PARADE. LODGE MEETING AT fttaV i » . ACME STOflES OBJO Attorney Shetler is Named Receiver of! Chain of Stores Ths chata of Acme cash stores sad tte Aome bakery were closed Monday horning. The chain of storee consisted ot fear Srooery and provision Storee aad a bakery In AJlisnce, aad the sixth on Fifteenth street, Sebring. Tha closing of these Stores followed Ito adjudication of the U. S. court at Cleveland, that the manager of these stores wss a voluntary bankrupt aad Attorney Curtis Shetler waa appointed leoslwa. The estimated liabilities are placed at about $20,000, with as- sets of the same value. Tho res sow assigned tor a petition In bankruptcy being filed are the declining health of tta manager, J. F. McGrath and tbe enhanced values et Hose* lea and provisions requiring much more capital than formerly to keep the stops stocked with articles et trade. Receiver Shetler Att Bled sa accepted bond .. aad on /Monday morulas took possession of the slit stores. ^___-' The poor health of Mr. McGrath which made htm unable to look after tte Acme stores business, to the responsible cause tor tha action decided upon by tbe manager, tot wind up the business. Be had been a successful business sua aad tte soul of honor la his dealings wltt the public He conducted a caah business which he adhered to strictly. Those who are bast acquainted wBB tta assets of tbe Aome stores express tbe opinion thst tta assets wfll exceed tte liabilities sad the hope prevails that Mr. Me* Grath may again be reatored to normal health aad re eater business ln tbe city wbere be bad long met with success and had made friends to Ml sections. Tbe Acme stores proved a boon to Alliance snd s menses to high food prices and their closing, though tt may be but temporary. Is regretted. ZEEIRO-CEJKIHBARDEB International Ksws Servloe: Amsterdam. April 80.—Allied air men bombarded Zeebrugge, tta German naval base, tn Belgium, ea Sunday, says a dtspattt to this olty today. The aviators dropped msny projectiles despite violent Ure sgainst them SMS German high angle guns. It is learned tbat during the preceding air attack two harbor walls at Zeebrugge were smashed by bombs JR- O. U. A. M. NOTICE. ALL MEMBERS ABB REQUEST. ■TTO MEET AT CLUB BOOMS AT t;4S P. M. MONDAY. AFRIL SO, ItlT. TO TAKE FART IN PARADE. WEAR BADGES* U.S.M1P IS American Oil Steamer Vacuum ia Sent to the Bottom International News Service: New Tork, April SO.—Heavy loss of life accompanied tha destruction of tbe United States oil ship. Vacuum, by a German submarine aa Saturday, according to ths following cablegram received by the owners from England today: ;i__p "Vacuum torpedoed ea April 28, ltd miles west of Barra. The captain (8. S. Harris) aad att others la No. 1 Bto boat drowned.** Some of'the dead were Americans, Including a lieutenant Of the United States navy and nine gunners, accord- tag to tha cabled advices. Aa earlier dispatch from London bad said that Captain Harris, maay members of his crew aad aa American naval lieutenant and nine American gunners were -Mffftag Barra Is an island off tbe Scottish coast. International News Servloe: ' London, England, April 80.—The U. S. tank Alp Vacuum, of New Tork, hss been sunk by a (liaise submarine. Tbe Vacuum was armed. The ship was. sent down oa Saturday, but the announcement tt hot destruction wss not given until today. ne Vacuum was torpedoed. She wae armed wttt twe guns, eae tore and oae aft ON. way" to am er ica New Tork, N. T., April 80.—The American tank ship Vacuum, sunk by a German submarine, wss uwasd by tho Vacuum OB compaay, of thia city. Sbe displaced l.WO toaa aad aae been carrying oil between this country sad Europe ever since tbe outbreak of tte war. The oil ship wss under the commend of B 8. Harris and carried a crew of 84 men, maay ef tbem American citizens. At the offices af tta Vacuum compaay tt wss Mid ttat tha ship waa supposed to ba oa her war to sa American pert ta ballast LINE AT VOTE ON TJLE DRAFT Local Residents Urged Canton Man to Standby the President * FAVORED VOLUNTEER PLAN IN FIRST VOTE GROCERY STORE MOVES. . H. D. Geiselman has moved his grocery store from Union aad Ely street te No. 164 West Wayne street, where he will carry" a fall line of staple groceries snd salt assets. DANCE HALL AND ALL BOOTHS OPEN AT ELKS* BOOSTER PAIR TONIGHT. ADMISSION RECEIPTS OF FAIR GO TO RED CROSS BO* CIETY. v&m mrtAtteO, Machinists. Machine hands need aot apply- Bsa L, Review. SO to Wc per hoar. ______?'_ Bailey's Dancing School Beginners start t:4S Mdnday night. New military four BBS step taught at assembly. KNIBHTS TEMPLARS. .ALL KNIBHTS TEMPLARS IN ANO ABOUT7 ALUANCE AM IX- *ttCT_B TO SB AT CONBAD LODGE BOOMS IN PULL TEMPLE UNIFORM, MONDAY NIGH* AT StVEN O'CLOCK. PAST EM. SIR. t. E. MeFADOEN. WANTED—SS YOUNG MEN IS YEARS OF ABE. ALSO FACTORY LABORERS. BUCKEYE TWIST DBILLCO. NOTICE MOOSE. INITIATION WED. MAY A e*\%% IDS- FREE Manufacturers and Business Men Bombarded Him With Telegrams .Congressman McCulloch was bombarded with1 a number ef letters and telegram. from Alliance manufacturer*, business and professional men, urging him to stand by President Wilson on the matter on selective conscription and ta all war measures looking to a speedy and successful prosecution of the war 1a* to which the United States has been forced. Oonftresemsa McCuIloch's original stand, according to Uie dispatches from Washington, was against conscription and in favor of the volunteer system. He was ta favor of not allowing tbe authorities to send troops to France unless the troops wanted to go. These stands called torth -a protest from _ number of prominent men here, la response to their queries, Congressman McCul loch answered with a telegram, a copy of which ha famished The Be* view. It reads: "Having listened to the debate on the army bill tor Ave days snd nights, I have fully determined upon my course. I shall vote for tta bin on its final passage whether B Is amended or not as we must have aa army aad the sltustlon calls for quick action. The bill before the house provides for sal. live conscription leaving tt up to the president to decide which method he will follow or he may ash both methods If be deems lt ne.es- ttxg. /The bill leaves It- entirely ap ta tte president. I shall vote against the Kahn amendment which eltmla- ates tbe volunteer feature of the bill because I think the president should be In s position to accept tte services of volunteers should he pee St. 1 shall vote tor the Britten amendment should It be offered that no conscripted soldier shall be sent to Europe without his consent. I shall again vote tor the amendment permitting Roosevelt to enlist volunteers ha has enrolled. I voted for this amendment to the committee of the whole yeetardsy (Friday) because I believe ttat we Sbould nee every means within tte power of tta government 'to get together an effective fighting force sad not quibble about tbe method. I eat ta favor of giving tha president tta widest possible leeway aad ss I have done ta ths paat I will .continue to do ln tha future, bank him up ta the limit now tost we sre ta war.* Among those who urged McCulloch to stand by President Wilson wtm ft. H. Purcell, president of tte Alllanee Machine company, altar learning he baa voted for selective conscription, Hr. Purcell wrote him Monday. BB thanked hla for voting SB. give President Wilson the widest possible leeway md ssid such a vote would bo pleasing to aB citliens la general, hat also to every loyal resident and voter ot MoCualoch's district Dr. c L. Morgsa aad V. .Ih Ban* also urged McCulloch to back up th* president OF WAR, PREMIER SAYS —BSBslMIM— Premier Viviani, Head of the French War Mission, Holds Conference With the President and Tells Him All of America's Enormous Power, Man, Money and Economic, Must Be Thrown bto the Scales of War to Save the World from Prussianism. On **«•__ GHMCES BHJL T. 6. LIKE B was aanonaaat st tts office of Supt F. W. Welkins of tbe Alliance division Monday ttat on Tueeday S- W. Barnett clerk aad cpoialur at Minerva, would become agent tor tta company at Deerfleld. sanooadtng H. W. Wltherspoon who has been promoted to dispatcher ta tto Alllanee yard office, wltarlas Chief Dispatcher B. O. Xtoasii who hss beea looking after ttat work ln addition to attar duties. B. P. O. ELKS FORM AT NEW HOME AT 6:30 FOR RED CROSS PARADE. GEO. SHEETS, SEC. TONIQHT WILL POSITIVELY BB THB LAST NIOHT OF THB ELKS' BOOSTER PAIS, ADMISSION RECEIPTS 00 TO THB RED CROSS SOCIBTY. WANTED—RELIABLE MARRIED MAN FOR MILK ROUTE. SHORT HOURS AND OOOO BAY. ALLI* ANCB SANITARY MILK 00. BY JOHN EDWIN NEVIN, International News Service Staff Correspondent. Washington, D. C, April 80—-AU Of America's enormous power—man, money snd economic—must be thrown lata tte scales of war if tbe world is toi* be ssved. from Prussianism. And It must aew be available. Members of the French and British war missions today impressed this upon officials of this government with a psrslslsnoy that can permit of no doubt of Its truth. It was further emphasised today When Bene Vlvlanl, as head of the French mission, called at tbe White House and held * lengthy conference With President Wilson. It was the first time tbat tte President bad personally seen and convrsed with a member of either commission privately about the part America is to play in th* world conflict. When tbe conference ended tte president had ta his possession the real troth ot what America's task is. M. Vlvlanl placed before the President the exact status of the entent pewem. told him what tbey sre capable of under agisting ©Btsirions and gave BJm,» short, the first complete summary of the'wsr situation to date. The prospects tt the American flag toon flying tn the trenches of Northern France. grew materially brighter today. It IS the belief of the visiting commissioners that every dsy's daisy ta sending the first United States contingent means the prolonging of the war Jut that mutt* They have constantly Impressed the necessity tor epeed upon American officials. Much opposition to the plan of Immediately sending troops Is understood to hsve come from congress. This, it was learned today, was largely overcome at a dinner last nlgbt at" which a number of leading senators and representatives attended. wltt the French commission. It was said today tbat when tbe dinner ended tbe congressmen were converted to tte belief that troops should be sent at once. The effect of the Stars and Stripes In ths trenches, it was pointed out, would have a tremendous moral effect on both the German and French troops. An example was given tbe congressmen. When Parisian newspapers first announced that Russian troops Boon would be fighting pa French soil, the Germans put up placards ln their trenches saying that tho Paris papers were lying. When the Russian uniforms really did appear opposite the Oermans tbe effect was electrlflc. They did not know bow many Russians were over oa- tta other sate. The German papers reassured their troops by saying there were only a few, but the German sol* diers would not believe them. -' And what Is more significant about the.Russian.ax_nple.itla.being pointed out. Is the fact that they Whipped, tha Germans the first Bate they went against tbem on tbe western front. TSe Russians who went to Franca were raw peasant recruits; they hsd. less than three months military training before they arrived; their add* tary knowledge consisted principally of the msnue.1 of arms and how to march to formation. Five weeks wero derated to teaching them, within sound of the big guns, tte specialty work of trench warfare, bomb and hand grenade throwing and bayonet- ting. ..' Conference May fur Draft I y Age lahniis 21 to 35 Years At WAR DEPARTMENT IB BS BACKING SENATE ABB, Washington. D. C, April \ tht selective conscription biU passed by the senate much more closely meets the do* mands of the administration than tta house bill, tt was learned today following a visit by Secretary of War Baker at tta White House. What steps wUl ha taken to secure the adopting of tts prevision rather than those ot tte bouse bin by the conferees waa aot disclosed, however. The senate bill includes aaa from Si to 17, Inclusive; tbe house 11 to 40 Inclusive. mmmtmmmmt9tmmmmmmmmmrmmmm0mmmt9*tmmmmtm9tmmtm9 Tnnimlltasl Wsas Service: Waahlngton, DC C, April 80.—A compromise providing tor seleeBve draft of males betweea 11 sad 16 years of age probably wUl be reached at ths conference on the army bin to which tho ssasts aad house are expected to agree today. The chief difference ln the bills passed almost simultaneously by tbe ssaste and houso Saturday nlgbt is that tha house provides tor tha draft of men between It aad 40, while the asesSe makes eligible tor military service men between 11 sad 17 years. .S«» "dfe. As tts bouse recorded Itself this ta overwhelming victory sgainst the conscription of minors, tbe conferees wfll confine themselves solely to tto question af raising tte m-rimum draft Baa Thirty-five is taken to be a good middle betweea the house maximum ef forty and the senate's limit of 17. When a vote was taflsen ta tha hooss WA' proposition to restore the army general stsffs sge nurlpUs* of It to IS years received only ate votes. House leaders declare this means that American assa and not boys must fight tbe wsr. Authorization of tbe raising of a division ot volunteers by Theodore Bcooevslt tor servloe la nance aad a ssaste provision prohibiting tbe sale of Intoxicating Honor te officers sad mea ta uniform. The prohibition amendment was tacked oa the bill ta the sonata. It wfll meet with strong opposition ln tho bouse ea, "wot leaders" are prepared to fight tt aa attempt ta made to attaah a prohibition rider to the bill Repreeentative Mat, shairman of the, house military affairs committee sad hesd ot tha house managers ta conference, was to discuss the'Roosevelt sad prohibition features today with Secretary Baker. Support of the Roosevelt Mea wss found more enthusiastic ln the senate than ta the house. Tha lower body rejected the plan without a recorded vote. The suggestion Is made that Roosevelt if he ta golhg to tbe front. Should go with an army commission but without authority to raise an army of hla own of varying agaa aad military fit. nass. . Under ttls it is maintained by opponents of tte Mea would permit exactly the deficiency which congress ought to get away from in abandoning tta traditional volunteer policy ta favor of conscription. Chairman Dent said today that ho did not believe tt would require mora than' two days to adjust senate and house differences la conference. This means that the bill wfll be ready tor the presidents approval by tte middle Of the week aad in full operation before ita close. Three amendments adopted In the house probably wfll survive the conference. Theee sre tte Good-Austin amendment laorssslllg the pay of en* Bated men of tbe army from 111 to $30 during tte wan the Lever amendment specifying persons engaged In agriculture as among those whom the president may exempt from military duty and the Hayden amendment which bans payment of bounties or furnishing of substitutes to evade military service under conscription. DELAY COLUMBIA CURTAIN * FOR RED CROSS PARADE . In order tbat persons wbo desire to witness tha Red Cross parade before going to tte New Columbia theatre, tbla evening, tbe management ef the theatre has kindly decided to Be* lay tbe opening of tbe show until 8:30, this being fifteen mlniilse later than tho regular scheduled time tor raising the curtain. Patrons wfll no doubt* appreciate this arrangement. The attraction, "Flora Bella" has ar- rivod ta the elty and sa excellent entertainment lg promised tto this evening. BABBAIMS AT THE ELKS* BOOSTER FAIR WHICH CLOSES TONIGHT* ADMISSION RECEIPTS QO TO RED CROS8. A NSW T BOOM HOUSE Pt*h sola, Agt completed. Burt street, 1 square trom Areh sad College St. A fine location. Inquire af Oas. H.
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1917-04-30|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||April 30, 1917|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
|File Size||32251462 Bytes|
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ALLIANCE, OHIO. MONDAY, APRIL 30,1917.
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Colonel Weybrecht et the aa
parade committee, ststes ttat ta
at 6:57 o'clock **nf