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__ _____ K _5 ■**■"*•* bbbbbb BaiaiBaaa aa •**"*-*- _■ DO VOUR BIT! •ew a Uberty War Lean Ba ■» Send Todar. Ba NtTHE ALLIANCE EEYIEW IM WEATHER: Prebablr < IM era aad thunder tonlgM aad Ite IM Thursday. Cooler Thuraday to S_l Ito north end west portion. Bar*. Ito M Bastes 2S40 iodioatteg prebab- ta BB ly fair; temperutufw 7B > '- M*. AND LEADER VJPL.XXD.NO. 253. TWELVE PAGES ALLIANCE, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13,1917. TWO CENTS. 15 j^ROPLANES ! RAIN! BOMBS ON LONDON LIBERTY LOAN IND SALE IS ; pWp,450 Alliance's Quota Net Half Taken, Local Boosters llll ^ ^XOCAL SUBSCRIBERS . ARE TOLD TO REPORT Two More Days in Which to ' Boy the War Bonds BHRra, order thM Alllanee may hare tall credit for the werk et her people la subscribing to the Liberty TiSBB hnnfl'lxnje President A. It. Atkinson of totg sub-district requests that all subscriptions te the loan by Alliance residents art msde through leeal banks be reported to Mto. This tthBittm 'IplWtltojIlaa of namee or amounts, tor these will aot be given te. the public, but thM Alliance mar receive proper credit for her aaa* - ocrtptlon to ihe patriotic loan. It Is well known.thst subscriptions tor bonds have been placed ' In outside elOee by Alliance residents sal Alllanee should receive the credit ter theee. Patriotism and civic pride should be the Incentive for this. The queta for Allianoe la 8700,000, and this will be raised providing those having subscribed for bonds through other than local banks report to President Atkinson oa er before,in ne JS. '•' Including Monday the subscriptions, tor Uberty Bonds reported for Alttanto through .the several banks __* tfWifsfc bnt this sum wag eon- a(deraft1y augmentedMsabeeHMMter recetwM Teesds^ and tidsy *s_ *ni "he fiirther "thereaaed Thursday.. - "" llMpM JII hSliSMtis <_ bonds ar* ___VW*'publication but the names _»dj Bitowit*-Subscribed for by residents <S Alllanee aad vicinity should be Mrea to Preeident Atklneon that Al* Jmact tsat sar. her proper credit ff§ (Continued oa Paga Seven) Considerable enthusiasm ls being aaaltested among the band mea of Stark iliaalr aaaa the inauguration Ma movement at Canton to organise a mounted head. Tbe baadria to he used la connection with the 1st Regi meht ot Ohio meld Artillery and tts materialising la conditional, upon Ute securing of the required number ot players. Band musicians betweea tha ages of It and 'ti* are eligible tor service, single mea preferred. The bond la to be composed ot approximately 18 pieces an<l Is at preasnt la need ot hum and Teed instruments. . *. > AU interested in this project should communicate with Chas. 6. Coy, ot tti'West Hata atreet. |tepartmeni £o,ip ».#, jjderlDsath Poet Issoks Like Real Battle Honor m'"M MP WILSON'S NOTE Intereatlonal NnnhMa: Amsterdam, Holland, June 13.— Fi isliMl Wilson's note to Russia setting forth the wsr alms of the Catted States, Is - attacked by tto On maa totes with cynical criticism. Advices Aram Berlin today quoted tto Lokal Anseiger as saying: mm. rA* (President Witoon) is de* rieraSssS his nam. shall go down ln history; as iiBBatflSb BBMSlg the greet apoeflee of. dcatooiaey. . Wherever democratic principles Me aM Mr. Wilson draws Ms sword against MBtgteaxy eSeraiM. His letter to the Russian goremment la ta*il ot fan* tattle gmtattpf'igQg . p__ RECHHTS' SIZE Iat.rtt.tl.a-J ttMtoBervleet^^ Columbus, O.. June 18—The Adju- taat Oeneral's department authorised today a lowering of the height requirement, mt ehUetment In tto Ohio ua- tioaal guard from flre feet, three inchea, to Bee feet, two Inches. T*hls ruling Is expected to reeuK to aa* ceptoMB of hundreds of men recently relented e__ The order followed complaints thM mea flv* feet end five feet teas laches Ugh ware accepted M federal army recruiting etatlosie after betes turned awJfWtae aatjooat^pard. .mi IN BONO SIMIAN. liUmH_ _r***~** tW-Be* ______ Blyrta. O.. June IS.--four thousand ponded toT the Uberty Loon lest night. vTto, hteKtaley club M Canton participated. RttUNION- Tto tweaty-thlrd annual lain Ine of tto Morehead and Burger families 1 be bete M the home et Daniel M. tar. Best RoehMter, Ohio, sa 'edaeeday. June Mtt. 1MT. hb__w Mtume. mm. GORDON AUTOMOMLS SSAT COVERS. SCB W. _ ULLSV AT tns b(t_ek cycle e*, is somtn At** thtt 23 Mount Union Boys Are Now gifl __8& -A- The Officers' Training Camp Tep Row, left to right: Marlowe, FIM cher, Hoover, Woolf, Vlek, Gochn.u. r, Spldla, Qwinnen. Seeend Row, to right: Geltz, Yeet, Holeton, Job ns, Braun, Brown, Pritchard. Lewer Row, left te right: Hendershot, Esterly, Bow msn, Etoon-skor, Kooh, McClure, Carter Whl finery. - Mount Union college boys are doing their hit' tor Uncle Sam during the aar. - The above group photograph shafts M of the Mount sctudents who have mm to the colors, taking j Instruction to the officers training camp M fort Benjamin Harrison, Indianapolis, lad. They ara ao longer rook ies for they have been drilling aad studying for 15 hours a day since they left Alliance ter the camp over a month ago. Since this photo was taken two otber Mount men bate gone to the camp snd a number ot other students bave enrolled tor the second officers' camp which, tt Is expected, will -tm opened ln tto fell. A number of these Mount aea took military drill at tbe college under tbe direction M Major Retort S. Harsh Bad they found that it was of great benefit to them when they reached the training camp- THREE 6.L1 Xnternattoaal New. Sarvloa: ,, Akron, O., June 18.—Behind doors guarded by G. A. R. sentinels, O. A. R. Men now in. Akron tor their Sist annual eon vent ion opened the ' first seMlon et their convention here Wednesday Morning.. «9et. »»* . The convention was exclusively for O. A, ft- men and none were admitted without a password. ■ • Three old veterans, distinguished for. their service during the war and te their subsequent civic life were suggested as candidates for department commander oae of whom will ba chosen at the continuation ot the meeting Thureday- .Knox county is *_**__B Comrade QW-^-lttM tor>ttS'*iB** Neal was late commander of the Joe Hooker poet and- was edged out ln the race far department commander at tbe etoelon last year. * •D. N. 'Hall, Columbua, candidate wbo ta | aaw' euperintendent of the Memorial' Building at Columbus, te supported by comrades frpm Franklin eounty, aad from the southern portion of the state. The third candidate to-enter the raee Is Comrade Wm. Plttenger and la regarded hr many as tbe most likely candidate, beeanes of bis action In .retiring trom the race for department commander last fall ln fsvor ot W. H. Sarlee, present commander. FRIENDS CHUHCH NO SUGKEflS* SHELTER • "Ia ae way will oar church be open as a shelter tor slackers," Bev. John Pennington, ot Columbus, formerly of Damascus, president of the Ohio Friende church board, ssld today. "We eupport the war cause eo tor (Mitt la aot necessary to revoke ear beliefs aad we shell exercise ears ta anuepllBd aaa members. Those of military mo whoee admission would make them slackers hare to place with SB** :■ FRANK AIRBILL DIES Peeeee Away at Hla Heme in 8e- bring Aged M Yeara B ste la |. O., June 18.—Frank W. HladaU. born la May, 1803, died at hie home tore Tueeday after an IB- neee of more than two yean from a complication of disease*. He tod been a jMBtdeat et Sebring for sev- esM years aad until overtaken by dleeeee waa a kiln placer. He te survived by hie wtto sad several children. Ito funeral sersieee will to held Friday M S:M p. m. Intern—nt will to to Orsndview cemetery. De- eeaaed was well known ln Sebring aad SBM Liverpool aad waa a highly respected ottteaB. ALLIANCE ENCAMPMENT NO. 104. Special meeting Friday evening. Royal Pal pi. degree. Four-esndidstes. Raweaaa lodge coming. All members urged to he preeeat R. R Moore, C 9. ' • ;'______* WANTSO5 carpenters sm psr hour, apply Henderson conbtruc- VMM • CO. CtTY SBWAOK DIS* PfiSALMAMT. .... I ANSWERS CALL Comes Suddenly to Anthony Summersnt! Old Home Farm Anthony Summers, Civil War veteran and well known citizen residing at Lake Part, dropped dead Wednesday morning about 7 o'clock, with a grandson be bad gone from tbe home to the old farm where he so long had lived, and lt was there ttat death came. Heart trouble Is ascribed as the cause. Mr. Summers wss a son of ths Mto 'Squire Andrew Summers, aad was born at North Georgetown December 8, 1848, he being in tto 7lBt year of his age. Twenty-eight years ego he moved from Knox township to tto term eaat. of Alliance. Farming had largely beea bis life occupation, he retiring from active work a few years ago. Mr. Summers was a member of the Fifth Ohio Cavalry during the Civil War, serving throughout tbat loaa historic struggle. He was a kindly toaa.- aa industrious, hard worker, upright and conscientious and had the esteem Mr all wbo knew him. Fer a number of years during his Ute la Knox township he served M supervisor of road work. He was a member of the Oraud Army post and of the Lutheran cburcb st North Georgetown. '■' His wife, wbo beforo marriage was Miss Msry Brooks, and four children, survive, C. W. Summers, L. A. Summers, O. H. Summers and Mrs. Ira Killmer, sll of Alliance, tbe latter having ber borne witb tto parents. Two brothers and one sister are "also living, Frank and. Charles Summers and Mrs. Frank Lewis, all ot Topeka, Kaaaos. Funeral arrangements ara .aM completed, pending word trom the relatives in the west. HOTTEST NT With Temperature St M Ons O'clock This P. M. Tto temperature at 6 a. m. today was 70 degrees, bsing the hottest morning ft tto rear. At one o'clook tto mercury registered 89 degrees, the bigb point tor 1818. The forecast is tor local shewsie aad thunder storme tonight aad Thursday wttt cooler weather Thursday, but this is subject td change aa baa aaaa the cose ea often tt tttt* to the tereesete of tbe wsetter bureau. Vegetation is making rapid strides sad corn Is also responding to the beat wave. TWO SETSJF POLICE let.ra.tloB.1 N.ws SsrvtM. Indianapolis, Ind., Jun. 18-—This elty now has two police forces. The military police from Fort Harrison have mode their appearance on tto streets tt night, ff sesiS in khaki, carrying clubs and wearing blue "M. P." on their ansa they ooour the etty each night tor wandering soldiers. August Nosh, director at religious werk at tta Cleveland Y. M. C. A. Wfll arrive tore Friday night with well known bustaaae Men of thM etty to spend two dare among tka Ohio casaultleo among tto children-- MEELilOAIf Trolley Company's Man Could "Not Be "Here g Wednesday A meeting of the arbitrators selected by the Stark Electrie Railroad and Cleveland, Alliance A Mahoning VM- ley Electric Railroad sad the employes of theee llnee was to be beld ln Alllanee today, but owing to tts non-arrival of J. H. Alexander, tte companies' arbitrator, ao meeting took place up to 2 p. m. W. A. O'Orady selected ' by tte employes, came from WeUsville. About 10:30 a. m. Attorney M. C Moore, legal counsel for tte employee, received a telephone message from Mr. Alexander, M Cleveland, stating thst he weald be _n_blt to come to this etty today but -avoid be tope *f ridajr at 10 a. m. Up to tbls time Mr. Moore was nM aware IBM Mr. O'Grady had come to Alliance. It appears that Mr. Alexander had sent a message to Mr. O'Orady asking tbat the meeting be postponed but the latter had replied thst owing to such short notice ha deemed lt advisable to meet aa scheduled, and he came here with that view in mind. It the two arbitrators mentioned above do not agree upon a third party to aid ln adjusting the difference, of wages iiea M Issue, they will call upon the State Industrial Commission to *augtfi*a* tt_S arbitrator. It was stated at one o'clock that Mr. Alexander had been oalled by telephone aad tbat be might arrive during the afternoon. Wednesday was announced as tha time limit for the arbitrators to take action. GENUINE NSW YORK CLASTIC At WW»|Ba FOR SSe THIS WSSK ONLY AT PORTNER STORK. set oMtet -wmypo. fags _ * PUCES FDRJ4IEGMNTS Fear Men AM Rejected hy Regl. mental Surgeon Dr. Caden. a regimental surgeon of tbe Eighth Ohio Infantry, who waa in tto city, Tueaday, examining recruits tor Company K, of this elty, paased 34 out of li men, wbo appeared bufWe Mm I lest evening. Lieutenant Kochll states tbat tto rejection of tbe four men last nlgbt lesve only fourteen places to to lilted to bring tbe company ap to war strength. There will be an trouble ta rounding up tte required qoeto. Ohio organisations, aa quickly aa filled to tta required number, ata being placed ea en honor SM by the Adjutant General's ThmeMBMBl. M Columbus. Tn today evening Sergeant Hadix, Twentieth U. 8. tatentry, drilled tto members ot Company K and he ex- preesed himself oa being highly pleased with tto manner In which the boys executed the work. Sergeant Hadix bos beea detailed as drill instructor ter tto BUcbtb Ohio Intently. *y.'.. iWMJULlS!. 1 tataraattoool N.wa BssiUsi - Chiliicothe, Mo., June 18__Twunty- flve pereone are reported to have been killed laM alght te a tornado which .wept Mercer aad Putnam counties. Mleeouri. Maay pars oas are bslaVsad to have beea injured aad much property damaged. Wttee lato tto eMcken district were dowa and definite laformatioa waa aM available. FLAO DAY DANCE At Battsys j Sharp, aft*-* LEYLAND LINER ARE TORPEDOED Freighter Anglian Goes Down; Fate of Crew Unknown 190 PERISH WHEN TRANSPORT SINKS Sengalese Troops Aboard French Steamer When Torpedo Hits International N.ws Barvlc. Boston, Mass., itao 18.—The anted Leyland liner freighter Anglian, whleh BBtlsd from Boston on Memorial Day with 10,000 tons of ammunition aad foodsstuffs haa beea torpedoed tS tte English channel tte local offIcee of tte line announced todsy. T''■£•<*>- Five of tte crew of 50 sre reported missing, the cablegram from tbe British offices of the' line said. Survivors were picked up by an English patrol boat aad landed at a British port. ., The ftn-fWia had an English 4.7 pound naval gun mounted on her stern, but tt fi not known whether UlB gun crew had any chance to aae lt. Tbe report here atated the Anglian waa attacked by a German submarine aa she was entering the channel. Th* torpedo struck the Anglian amidships- A great hole was torn In tor hall and she sank quickly. The vessel was in command of Captain Laurenaen. ' . Capt. Wm.' J. Toogoe, wJ_o usually commanded the Aqsfisa wm -freW to.tMtt|a,.tn Boston te undergo ea operation. .Tba Anglian was, srhodiilsrt.to stop st Falmostb. but wm mat: bents she arrived _t ttat port. The Antllan's cargo Ibcluded 1E0,- 000 bushel of grain; a heavy shipment' of .pork , provisions, rubber boots, shoes, fuses snd machinery. Ths vessel wss valued at $1,000,000 and her cargo as much more. New: York, N. Y., June 13.—The five thousand ton Leyland Line freighter Anglian has been'sunk, as* cdrdlttg to sTflHejM tittid' tSSMIa to tto local officers of the line todsy. The cable carried the bare fact ttat she had been sunk, giving ao details regarding the crew. She piled between Boston and Liverpool sad ta believed to have been caught aa her eastern trip before reaching the British port. ' | Tbe s-»*tff_r. displsced 5,532 tons snd hailed tram West Hartlepool, England. She was built in Glasgow in 1896 for tto Leyland Line. FRENCH TROOP SHIP SUNK International N.w. Servle.: Pasts. Franca, June 13.—The French steamship Sequana, carrying SeBBBlsse troops, bss been sunk by a German submarine with the loss of 190 lives, according to information received today. Tto Sequana wae sttacked In the Atlantic aad was sent down with a torpedo • There were 500 Sengalese on board M the time. Borne of tte missing are Bengalees troops. The Sequana formerly was tte City ef Corinth. na fact ttat there wero soldiers oa tto Sequana Indicates that she was being used by the French government 'as a troop Ship. The vessel was built to 1898 tor tta South Atlantic Navigation compaay aad displaced 5,567 tons, th* helled from Bordeaux. EXPECT 21,000 HER IT | CHILUCQTHE GIMP International News Sorefsst Chiliicothe, O, Juaa U-^The corps of federal army engineers who hare lust arrived here to euperintend* construction M tte cantonment tor Ohio and West Virginia soldiers bare been greatly impreeeed by tbe natural beauty of tte site- ft-to eetlmated that construction will cort MlOO.000. Tto camp will be big enough to tske care Ot 38,000 men aad 10,000 horses. Landscape architects will ter out tte military etty. w. L. Omstesd at Brookllne, Mass., wbe recently Inspected tto site M (Mite's aew penitentiary In Madison county, and who is a member M tte emergency building committee M tto council ot national defense, will serve a. chairman of the national eeater •nee on military olty planning He win to aided hr George Glhbe, Jr., special tavMtlgator ot Boston's plan- Mag board. . SOHSNLBY COTTASE. CHAUTAUQUA, N. V. FURNISHED ROOMS, REASONABLE PRICES. FURNISHED APART- MENTS FOR LIOHT HOUAEKEEP- INO. SSSLMtSS SMIP88AN, ttVtt UNION AVS. ALLIANCE, O, BEFORE JUNE 27. ELASTIC wwaU GENUINE NSW YORK 12 trusses eern tm this wssk OttCT AT FORTMKR -TOm. ALEXANDER, Oil GREEK THRONE, 24 YEARS 0L0 Young Ruler Succeeds Constantino, Who Was Forced to Abdicate OPINION OFU. S. WAS NOT SOUGHT Matter of Bondage, Not Rulers, Says Secretary Lansing International Meere Service: Athens, Greece, JTune 18. alasea* der, new ruler of Greece, assumed his kingly duties today, succeeding King Constantino who abdicated last night Prssent Situation Only Temporary 'Washington, IX C Juno 18.—The state department regards tte present adjustment of Grecian affairs aa "purely temporarily." Although this government WM not consulted ln tto plan to dethrone King Constsntine, tt wss kept fully Informed of developments in Greece, tbe state department let it be known today. In any "final disposition" of tte Grecian problem, the United States will be vitally Interested and wlS demand that It be given a voice ln deciding tbe final adjustments. • Tto forced abdication M King Constantino, the state department regards ' as a "military move" dictated hy necessity.mj&J^h .iii4____iJ "It is not a matter of rulers in Greece," said Secretary of Btate V'-*_.f. -it, is. a matter of bongaaa Of coprsS' the United States dtojfei the mortllbefftl W*""*P"_—S!e guiSfJP menu ■tte^*^S*'*t%g_-:'_t-^i_s»y ' Tbat the Allies acted In the Greek altuatioh without consulting tbe United States is no way regarded M an affront. The state department said the men on the scene are beet qualified to Judge whst Is needed In a military situation and taMjIto' obstacle should be placed in tte path of quick decision, aud forceful action. There win be ao change in the American diplomatic * inlnstry' to' Greece, * Secretary Lansing IM it be aWrtBL" ___ .' Garrett Droppers, American minister at Athens, will remain accredited to the) Roya! government and to this extent tto United States hag already recognized the government M King Alexander. SIY LUMBER DEALERS J DBSBEBJPPETITBRS International New. Servic.: Washington, D. C, Juno 18. Per. mal complaint against IM lumber dealers operating ln states west of tto Mississippi charging an attempt to wreck tte easiness et mall order houses dealing te lumber, was made by the federal trade commission this afternoon. Lake W. Bores sad Piatt B. Walk er, both of Minneapolis, ara charged Wtth being the leaders ia tte conspiracy. The federsl trade commission al- legee that:— 1—Aa organised campaign M annoyance, ta which retail dealers hare asked voluminous estimates on lumber thsy tad ae intention af buying from mall order houees, waa conducted by tha lumber dealers. 2—Reports Injurious to the credit m the mail eider houses were clrcul atod. 2—Lumber manufacturers wen threatened wtth boycott tt they sold to moll order houses. 4—-Salesmen were sent to "trail" mail order house sellers seeking to discredit them. The rtusleee against whom complaint ww made have been summoned to appear In Washington aad answer the stories oa July 21. BED GRBSS GINCERT TO BE JIELD TBIIEHT Tbe Musical Art society will giro a concert toolgM at 8:15 o'clook to tte Plrst M. E. churoh tor tto MSB* tt M tto Alliance Bod Oreoe society. A splendid pengrsm has beea ar* ranged by tto eoaanBtor, JS A. Hoeeeaer, a popular votes teacher. Tto program will include many seise* tleas from tto opera 'Taunt" aad a number ot ether solo, aad chorus numbers. Because M tto worthy eeaae aad tte eplendtd program, a large audience in expected. E ID; IBE DRIVEN -OFF Bf Teutons Cross Essex Coast and Bear Down on London Through Heavy Fire o f the High Angle Guns—No Reports Received of Casualties or Damage—Spectacular Battle is Fough tin the Clouds—-Esst End of London is Attacked Before Air Invaders Are Forced to Flee. ».' -J * *.-*-*-> r.^. 9j9* _, _», ■ m , ■ j, m* International N.ws BstslSO' *mimA~>.l Eng., June 13.—Fifteen German aeroplanes bombarded tte ast ead Ot London today. . News of the raid was officially 'announced through tte government press bureau. The raiders crossed the Essex coast and bore down on London through hesv$ fire from high angle guns thst shelled ttoM incessantly. As tbe machines approached the ctty they took on "bombing formations," separating so as to make attack by British machines difficult. British airmen went aloft to give .hattie to tte attackers, aald .the official statement, and wben tbe Germans fled eat over the North 8ea they were hotly pursued by the English ms- cbines, whleh poured out continuous salvos ot machine gun flre. Chancellor A. Bonar Law announced ttls sfternoon in the bouse Ot commons that 31 persons, including 10 children, were hilled, by tte raiders SBd thM 87 were injured. All Of the injured but 17 were children. One of the attacking'air croft wss Tbe told was made ta broad day* light and was marked by a spectacu* lar battle ln the clouds. The following statement was issued by Lord French, commander in chief of the home tome, through tte government press bureau: "Fifteen hostile aeroplanes were beard croeslng the Nore about 11 a. m. Thtg proceeded In tte direction of London, separating when they had oorored half tto distance. The east end of London waa attacked and bombed, hat no reports af casualties or damage have been received. Anti-sir craft guns of Uto London defenses were in ae* tlen. A large number of our aeroplanes went up in pursuit." ' The Nore is at the estuary ot tto Themes. «5«-.^j>-«- shot down. jr. ' r _______ * One ot the bombs steuek a school house, wblch accounts! jtt the heavy csssMHtt*mo*t:$!trfilBtif<t-. ajfct. Winter eet^kge President m*®^-?. •"■^S&i ..i*-»4*'. m W m Report; Prober Produce a Sensation \ 9m—mmo-..i.^,^9i « , \,tm9oat oamaoo... tnt«rnatlo»a4 N.w. Sentee: Cleveland, O., June 13—A start-] iiaaaitlV tea ling exposure of condltione allaged to L LLC U||sPITtl II exist M Wooster College is contained ILLLU IIUJI 11 UL III la a report made public today by the ot University TENTH RESERVE DWTIUOF BUY OF BUBBCIUPTMMfS laUrnatloaa! Maw. SenfltM Kansae Olty, Mo., June 13.—Tto Tenth federal reeerve die_let today waa otorS 36B.eoo.009 at tte 310S,- 000,000 liberty loaa allotment. Herculean .Bui (a are betas I'M forth to the total. Kaaeea City ie about 3»,oee.eee shy m its sie.eee.ete saphi __•'_*- . • • American Association professors. The report chargea President J. Campbell White, at Wooster, wltt unjustly discharging Winona A. Hughes, dean of the college of women and wtth "playing politics," to making faculty appointments. (The ' report also charges thM White's method al running affairs at Wooster "Is gttt such as would appeal to the loyalty of a oonscientlous sad self respecting faculty," or MSB SS would gain for Wooster College "Tto reepect M tte academic world." The report winds up by saying that Ute "Situation at Wooster is serious to tts extreme." ''^jBl, -l_j," The report, flrst copies of whleh reached Cleveland today, created » sensation among Wooster alumni here. Local alumni predicted thM tta report will reeult ta a movement to oust White to prteldent. The report was referred to tte Board *t Trustees, aad they filed It without reading. It wae allowed to die without action wben tbe board adjourned. FIDD CDITRDl Rill I tl GOHEJP MDfflUY International N.ws Berrlee: Washington, D. C, June 18.—The Houae this afternoon reported an unanimous consent agreement to tm* ap tto food control bill nest Monday. The rivers end harbors Mtt will be set aside M that time ta ito event it hoc aM been paased, Chairman Lever, ot the house agriculture committee, told tto house It was spseatiai to have Immediate action oa the food MU aad majority Leader Kitchin ex- preeeed a atmllai view. FELLOWS MEETING laUroationol N.ws awvic: Columbus, June U—Monday Will mark tte opening ot a ween session M tto Mth aaSaal session ot tte Ohio Orand Lodge ot Odd* Fellows. - Honored guests will include Grand Sire Frank C Ooudy, mt Denver, aad Depute Orand Sire Henry, V. Borst, of Amsterdam, New York A parade of v_tting delegatee wUl precede ed- drsssss by Goody ead Borst Tueeday ■tth** * "'48i_g" WANTED—» VOVNO MSN _ VSASB OF AOL ALSO FAOTORV LABORS** BUCKBYE TWIBT DRILL CO. OCNUINS NSW YONR RLASTIC # TRUSBSe FOR tta *TjllB WSSK ONLY AT PORTNBR BTORB. , WANTED—GIRLS FOR PRINTING DEPARTMENT. Ttfe MeCABKSY ee* _ _ Mil Hi ESCIPES The local police department was notified, Tuesday, ttat George FSr- rlngton, a patient Bt tte City hospital, had token a sadden departure from tta Institution where he toe BBSs tor start four weeks, following his receiving serious ta_*fttB while near Mahoning avenue and the P. F. W. A C. tracks, he asserting that while he was trying to locate a companion wta tad a considerable amount of money In hia pockets, to, Farrlngton, hsd been attacked by a man wbo slashed him several timea with a knife. Wben taken to the hoa- pltal tSa injured man is said to hare made Ow statement that he hod plenty ot money to pay for his attention btt tt ia aald ttat such wss not the ease sad Farrlngton departed without paying tbe Indebtedness. When he left tbe hospital Farrlngton wss attired In a batt robe. Chief M felloe Oawalt spent several hour, ta a search of the country roundabout ta aa effort te) locate the missing man but to no avail. SEMT TIjmiKHQUSE Upon a charge tt abandonment fl bis wife and daughter, the latter aged about seven years, Joseph Zuxlcog wae fined ties sad ssatsaaed to Ste months la tto Stark county as6_hnass. by Acting Mayor W. 1_, Crubaugh, Wednesday forenoon. It was asserted that Zutloox St. though apparently able bodied so* fusee to work, to Maiming ttat ha wae ln tad health. The maa ta PoHsb. Tto affidavit is signed by the wife, Karollna Zuilcox. mtJmi ii if mini Int.rnatlonal N.ws S*rvlc.: Cellar Point, O., June 18.- Knights of Pythias eaa to del oa in war time, declared Grand Chaa* colter George L Bebrens ot Columbua M the opening session M the anmrnl oonvention. "Those who are young enough will §e to tto front," he sold, "and tta rest ot us wtt lnveet all we scrape together ta Liberty bonds." Nil iffM-MD International N.w. B»rv1e.: Waahlngton. D. C, June lt.—Tha oenste thte afternoon agreed to the conference report on tto f t,360,000,-> 000 army aad aavy war budget wtth* est a roll coll er dissenting vote. The measure paw goes to tto preet-i dent for Ms signature. *1 .CARNATIONS to CTB PERJtOZ. tt* 4r«OOBE*SON.
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1917-06-13|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||June 13, 1917|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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NtTHE ALLIANCE EEYIEW
IM WEATHER: Prebablr <
IM era aad thunder tonlgM aad Ite
IM Thursday. Cooler Thuraday to S_l
Ito north end west portion. Bar*. Ito
M Bastes 2S40 iodioatteg prebab- ta
BB ly fair; temperutufw 7B > '- M*.
ALLIANCE, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13,1917.
15 j^ROPLANES ! RAIN! BOMBS ON LONDON
IND SALE IS
Alliance's Quota Net Half
Taken, Local Boosters
. ARE TOLD TO REPORT
Two More Days in Which to
' Boy the War
BHRra, order thM Alllanee may hare
tall credit for the werk et her people la subscribing to the Liberty
TiSBB hnnfl'lxnje President A. It. Atkinson of totg sub-district requests
that all subscriptions te the loan by
Alliance residents art msde through
leeal banks be reported to Mto. This
tthBittm 'IplWtltojIlaa of namee or
amounts, tor these will aot be given
te. the public, but thM Alliance mar
receive proper credit for her aaa*
- ocrtptlon to ihe patriotic loan. It Is
well known.thst subscriptions tor
bonds have been placed ' In outside
elOee by Alliance residents sal Alllanee should receive the credit ter
theee. Patriotism and civic pride
should be the Incentive for this.
The queta for Allianoe la 8700,000,
and this will be raised providing
those having subscribed for bonds
through other than local banks report to President Atkinson oa er before,in ne JS. '•'
Including Monday the subscriptions, tor Uberty Bonds reported for
Alttanto through .the several banks
__* tfWifsfc bnt this sum wag eon-
recetwM Teesds^ and tidsy *s_ *ni
"he fiirther "thereaaed Thursday.. -
"" llMpM JII hSliSMtis <_ bonds ar*
___VW*'publication but the names _»dj
Bitowit*-Subscribed for by residents