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OUY mtSSSTW BONOS "Shall tM be mere lander with our doMara than with our aaaa***' g.urstary McAdoo. THE ALLIMCE BEYIEW AND LEADER t% VVtATHER—Probably rain MB late tonight and Tuesday. Ma Moch colder ■ Tueeday. Bar- Ma ometer 29.60 Indicating fair. Ml Temperature 46. Partly cloudy VOL. XXX., NO. 55. TEN PAGES ALLIANCE. OHIO, MONDAY, OCTOBER 22,1917. TWO CENTS. ALLIANCE LIBERTY BOMB SALES ARE $193,000 $607,000 MUST BE RAISED E IN SIX MIS TO GET «TE DM HELP WIN IR HI URGES National C. E. Head Makes Remarkable Appeal for Banishment ef Booze. WHISKY IS WORSE THAN THE KAISER Patriotism Means Efficiency and Efficiency is Prohibition. Telling blows were struck for taa Sty cause Sunday night Is the First rttbytailtn cburch when Or. Daniel Poling of Boston, Mass., a*""**1 president of tba Christian Endeavor Kaety, .poke tst "The Challenge ot triotiam." Fully 100 people were turned away*, being unable ta gain admission. Before Dr. Paling's lecture the Phil- bannonic String quartet, of Cleveland tornposed of four ■mala who have played together tor many years, gavo B recital lasting three-quarter, af an Boar. Tha music waa delightful. Dr. Poling was introduced by tta Bat*. Otto J. Zechiel, pastor -f tta Inuaanuel Reformed church. "Patriotism, ttaa every attar virtue, begins at home." Dr. Poling said. "1 believe that a people eaa not love the •wartd iminta they begin * by loving ttstr own country. A tree lnterna- Uianllfl owes allegiance to tta Btars and Stripes. We most tata Aa*jtrrtea if we are to save the world. I tut frankly suspicious of the man Mtt talks ot loving all nations aad forgets his own. In those times If 1 eaa aat lift my voice la support et tba government than let my voles be silent. -Wat. 3. Bryan, former peace sdvocate, now ftajra: 'The shortest road oat it the straight road through.' -.. »<J9___\ - irijei if' Seaf Appeal. *' "Patriotism Is aervice. Patriotism means more fhan the assembling of armias and navies, or the calling of conventions. Patriotism means bay* ing bonds; patriotism means bay aa many Uberty bonds as yea aaa. enow of ao business Investment ttat more promising than tbey. If 4 la not a good Investment, ttta '"there it no gooaVlnvestment ln ttla *_*t* today, for every aae ttat yoa oaa Sat your money to la dependent cm the strength at thi. government. Wa mast not be more tender wttt our SaOata ttaa we are wttt human lives. ttl -wan vaster of a church today 1 would give people tbe privilege ef fata Ing liberty boada trom my pulpit. Rape Feed Monopolist.. "Ia these timet I believe Mat tta man who monopolises the food aup< ply Is a worse traitor than Benedict ' Arnold. The men who did that were weree traitors ttaa Judas was ta tta church. The average maa, whether rich or poor, .ends hia son away gladly aid Is anxious to make his contribution te re-establish democracy. Patriotism la such sacrifice aa ta taught by the fathers and moth- era who send their aaaa ot become, possibly, food tor carrion birds. ""*Ai§i Itt ads 8up.r-Efflci.ney. "Patriotism is efficiency, a tree patriot paat ba>;erflclent. The whole world la being ground la tta wheels et a aaaat efficient* machine. We meat match efficiency wtth euper-ef- flclency. We muat be supremely ef- detent. It would be a high crime te £. simply throw men ante tte field ef 3,,.-ilTaBBders. We mast equip them pby- "*sioally, mentally aad morally, what , are the practical .tops that must ba taken to make the nation efficient? f*ae United States can not be as ef- ■Relent afe- tte Halted Statea muat be until tte United Statea has gone bone ___Mm. the Stste of Ohio eaa not be let efficient aa tta Btate ef Ohio must gPlfla aata the Stats ef Ohio haa gone >■ baae dry. The challenge le tta challenge of highest petite! ton ta the Ont place we can not reach physical (Continued on page three.) BLEICH CUM Allies Deliver Strong At* tacks Near Ypres-Staden Railway Today. FRENCH. MAKE GAINS ON FLANDERS FRONT Women and Children Slain In Food Riots In Austria Gauls Drive Forward, Taking Every Objective. Paris Reports. •To »e Acted Upon, by Dlrectore et . C. ot C. Toalgbt- These wttl be a meeting et the dl- reotota at the Chamber of Commerce held thle evening. Me word haa been beard from ex-Secretary C. H. Btetoh regsrdlng his ahortage whleh aaw amounts of ever Il.too to the Cfcamber of Commerce. At thta meat. 1*% laese.i ntntlTi ot the bonding coataaaw** wttl be present east will move to have aotae definite action takes ratardlBf the claim taa laat ■tte a* aecretaairT (Political Advertisement) patriot er Blacker, Which, <rne president of tte United States haa appealed for a united people. ProhtbHlos advocates seek ta divide tte people ttta twe hoeUle camps. This was aat tte year for a wet and dry hght ln Ohio, hat paid agitators forced it Vote "No" oa Prohibition on November «th- Stark county Home Rale Aaaaamttna. Clyde Reaaoner, aaaJt-AUJABLB IttrORMATlON FOR ■WfcNIft WABNBR. ANY ONB * .CTtaox tV&wm aavww. raaawmatmamwfmwm } International N.wa Barvie.. London, England, Oet. 32—The Anglo-French wedge waa driven deeper Into tte Oerman lines oa tte West Flanders front.today. Both north and south ef tte Ypres-Stsden railway, British nad French troops delivered strong local attacks agalnat the Oerman positions and the war office reported at aaaa ttet satisfactory progress hss been made. * (Staden Un aboat 10 mtlea northeast of Ypres and the railway astride which the assaults were made, runa batweOB Polecapelle and tha Houl- hoat forest where Important gains were made by the allies la their laat drive ta Belgium.) French Advance on 1000 Yard Froat. fill.I ae tlon.l New. Servle: Paris, Frence, Oct. 28—Striking In concert with tta British oa the Waat Flsnders treat todsy, French troops drove fui eaid oaa 1,000 yard front, making Important gains, tte war office announced thia afternoon. All tte objectives were taken In the first ruth. North et Veldoek a number of Oerman prisoners were tsken. North of the Aline rivet- the French matte a aftmber of successful raids betweea see tors ln which tta artillery was very active. 9g5J; Oerman Plan. Air Offensive. tBt.rBBIIon.l N.w. Sarvlo.: Paris. Oct. 28—Germany is making dttpirate efforts to launch a great aerial offensive before the TJ. S. eaa place her air fleet at the aervlee of the allies, according to tte Tamps today. According to Oerman prisoners, German aeroplane factories are turning out nearly 2,000. machines a month, aome of them being of a aew type biplane far bombing purposes. LIMIT SUGAR SALES Tl UUHCE PEOPLE Monday •found a number of Alliance grocery stores limiting the amount of sugar that they wttt tell to aay one customer, tata plan being Inaugurated wttt a view of conserving the supply ead preventing -nrtifti persona from holding lsrge quantities in reaerve while others might suffer for waat ot enough et tte product ta •aeat Immediate needs. Beiaial grocers elated that ttey were M*»***»g the sale of sugar te twenty-five pounds to a customer. It was stated ttet tt might he necessary to reduce the quantity before long. Bome et tte dealer, expressed the opinion that there would he ample sugar la the market at ea early date while others thought that tta situation might grow atore critical batata long. CONSERVATION Ot Feed Week Will Be October at ta November * Feed conservation week has been postponed until the week beginning October tt whea a house to house canvas, ef the oity will he made In aa effort te hove every housewife conserve food. Pledge, of this character will be asked ter. Preceding the opea Ing data tar tte campaign will be bald a public meeting the ..eillBl ef October 87, at which speeches will be made by prominent speakers. P. I CfjWIS DDE Five large stone columns te he used st tte poatoffice building have suited tt tte etty from the quarry aad wttt be placed as aoon aa poatfhta. These ere te replace others which were damaged while being handled by tte railroads- The placing of tbe pillars Wfll allow tte work at tte post office te proceed rapidly, a delay having been occasioned by the contractor aet being able te erect tta pillars Each sloes pillar la aaid ta weigh about three aad a half tons I MTNISTEItS MBBT TOWIOHT. The 1 Hit an Ministerial Association wttt meet tonight at saves o'clock ta the First Presbyterian church. Tte Rev. L. B- Akers. pea- tor of tbe First Methodist Episcopal chareh. Sabring, will make tte addreas. . ■' ■ WAMTCOl BOYS TBWkWtr. km aarasraa-M aaaTW taat * rtalaaai BII ■ Budapest, Vienna and Prague Civilians Rise Against Shortage ot Food—Troops Fire on Mobs — 12,000 German Soldiers Desert and Mutiny in Kaiser's Navy Grows, Despatches Say. «T4 tFCUHJK atr RBjrtBW OF- MM saf •**"' lat.rna -tonal BTswa gal Vita.I Washington, D. C, Oct. 22—Uprisings because of shortage of food have token place among tte civilian populations of many Austrian cities. Official despatches from Rome tell of rioting tt Budapest, Vlenns aad Prague. Many women aad children were kitted in the fighting. Recruits ot the 1917 class fired ea women at aa unnamed ctty, killing 40 aaA wounded 160. The despatches contain Quotations from an at title published la tte Belgian newspaper Dageblad which confirm earlier reports of ga uprising among the crews of Oerman submarines at the U-boat baae at Ostend. One submarine commander was thrown Into tta aaa before 80 of the mutlneere were arrested. Tte Baad, an Austrian newspaper, ■ays 11,000 Oerman deserters have fled to Switzerland. Brutality, te whleh the prisoners ef war long have been subjected by tte Austrian caste, aew, la being visited on Austrian civilians aad it la believed an uprising against the military authorities cannot long be de- lsyed. Documents smuggled te Italy by way et Switzerland and published ln the newspaper Patria of Fruill, tttt of atrocities to whtch Italian prison- are are subjected to. At the concentration camp at Katzenan an Austrian colonel et artillery named Sertoli encountered aa Italian prisoner named Martgont. Without reason tte Austrian raised his pistol aad killed, the prisoner Instantly. ; Another prisoner, urged by hunger, stole a turnip (irom a field. He was detected and placed aader arrest by a corporal. He was struck three times over tte head aad three times across the arm with a bayonet COIIL DUE HERE IH 1 FEW DHS Coal Dictator Says Stark County Will Get 20 Car- loads Soon. Secretary Peter Voss, of the Alliance chamber of commerce, was in Caatoa, Sundsy, where- he-attended- a meeting ot ttt Stark county eoal commission. 3. B. Barbour, a member of the committee, reported that he bad aaaa personally State Coal Administrator Homer Bt. Johnson aad that he bad been Informed thst twenty cars of ooal had beea started to Stark county to relieve the present condition ead the promise was msde thst Alliance should gat a share of tte shipment. The committee. It it stated, realises thst Ihe Battalion ln thia etty haa been the most severe of sny point ln this county. The coal Is expected to teach here Wednesday or Thursday. « is believed that the Stark county ooal committee, chambers of commerce aad etty officials ara doing all that eaa he done te get an ample supply et eoal. I DIE 11 BUST II AUSTRIAN PINT International Newa Ssrvlce. Washington, D. C„ Oct. BB Four thousand persons were killed aad 10,009 Injured fa the explosion of m powder magazine oa June Id, at StolfeM, Austria, according to official despatches treat Rome today. After the explusion women munition workers who escaped injury wore forced to retara to wot* ta eater factories hy eaat id A aatl Ian guards, tta despatches nald. TUII IS MPED It Is reported that east-bound passenger trslB No. lt, which passed through Alllsnce Saaday afternoon about 1:16 o'clock while near Al- toona. Pa., waa »lde-*wlp*.d hy a freight ear which bulged to such aa extent that tha eetire aide ef tte pttseatei train waa Bet-aped aad setae SI er 10 persona injured. Eighteen et tta injured age reported to have beea token to tte hospital at tltnnaa tor treatment, aaaa however being taty seriously hart. PEN1IMMJ5 HBNOREI Ira B. Faaalmaa. teacher a ring- tag la Mount Union OubbsiibUuj. haa been chosen director of the Lake wood •Choral elub. Tne directorship ef thta exclusive organization .is a position much coveted by professional musicians ot Cleveland. The appointment et Mr. Penniman aa director ta a aplendid recognition of Itta standing la musical ct-rwea ef the etty. TBLEFMOMB MBBCTORY Tt4B OHIO STATE T-BLBPHONB CO. WILL PLOPS DIRECTORY RECORDS TMUReOAY, OCT. tt. ANYONE DE8IRINO OHANOEB IN LISTIIM*. WILL PLBASB NOTIFY COMPANY ON Ott BEFORE THAT BATE. f_m Noted Orator to Speak in City In Temperance Cause. Hon. William Jennings Bryan, gifted aad noted orator aad statesman, wta apeak in Alliance in the interest of the temperance cause Wednesday afternoon, Oetobar 24, at 1:56 o'clock. Mr. Bryan had beea scheduled fat an earlier hour of tte day but this hss been changed. The address tt Alliance will be a halt hear aaa, thia at the public square. From Alllaaee, Mr. Bryan goea te Youngstown. Bryan at Dayton Tonight International New. Service. Columbus, O.. Oct. 22.—Ohio drys 'started on their final drive today ta pat over prohibition tt this state Ne- vember 6. Wm. 3. Bryan waa to arrive at Dayton at 6:07 p. m. today, Starttafi a four daya speaking tour of It Ohio cities. He planned to speak for a total of about It hoars. Tomorrow sad Wednesday are tbe "heavy" daya in Bryan's schedule. Following a talk la Cincinnati tonight, Bryan will arrive tomorrow at Lima at 7:88 a. m. After aa hour's address he will leave for Ottawa, arriving at 9:30 forWnother hour's talk. The balance of tte schedule: Arrives Toledo at noon Tuesday, speaking ond hour. Arrives Fostorig at S p. m., speaking one hour. Arrives Bucyrus st 4 p. m., speaking oae hoar. Arrives Marion 5:30 p. at., speaking one hour. ____ Arrives Columbus 7:45 p. m., for nlgbt addrees. Oa Wednesday Bryan wttl reach Zanesville at t a. st. tar a half hour talk, anlttai at CeahoetoB at »:80 a. m. tar a similar speech. At Ubrichs- Wlle he wtt ltalk 30 minutes beginning at 10:30, at Massillon 9n minutes, leaving at 18:15 tar Canton where he wttl talk tat* an hour beginning at 18:85. Bryan wttl apeak 30 minutes st *i*l'.'»"*» starting at 1:65, at Youngstown one hoar beginning at 1:15 aad at Ravenna tt minutes, arriving at Akron at 7:80 p. m. Oa Thuraday Bryan wfll make four addresses at Camp Sherman. CEIMUS USE i PUIES Int-arsatloaal News Nsrrteet London, England, Oct. 22—8pec- taealar atr battle. In which at least Btt Oerman machines were shot down, marked a British raid over Outsail military aerodromes ta Bel- glum on Sunday. The adaillsily announced today ttet ttM Oerman air bases at Viaaeg- hem aad Houtteave were bett bombed by tte British naval planes. SUBJHST LBTIL IstM-n.tlawtal ttem. Sarvtaw Hattleebarg. Mlas.. OcL 22—Sol- diere at Camp Shelby hare reached tata atmS a tl,160,000 aebscrip- ttoaa to tte Uberty Toaaa Tte per capita .ubseriptioa la ftg.M, declared ta to tte highest ta aay taitt- tatw eamp ta the U. B. fie campaign wttt continue ttta with. (PoUUoal Adverttaaneat) When Bryan Cetwtt tt aaatk county thst weak tt ttl, at ef the "beoeaclal raaatte*' at political itvhlbttioB, -what wfll te hare to ear abeet lewaT tTtatfc County Bale Aetonlatlaa. Clyde Bee- Mgr. YEGGS OtWS SJ70O. Int.ruo'imo.' gtPW. SVrrls.' BL t-eata, ito, Oet. 82—Three yeggs bound aad gagged tta watchman. blew tte aata at tte Oread Oeatral tteetie here today aaa) tatsi 11 wttt ts.im. ' WAMTBO-AT OttOB TWO Tttt NBBB HaiFSaaT. TM1 ALUAMCB HAROWARB Oa 10 BONDS 5010 BT BDYSCOUTS Seven Troop No. 3 Lads Dispose of $8300 Worth st Liberty Bonds. Scoutmaster W. E. Weghorst of Troop No. 3, Boy Scouts said Monday afternoon that seven at hia scouts had aold CO Liberty Bonds, aggregating $8,800 since tte scouta et this troops inaugurated the Liberty Bond aale Saturday afternoon. Mr. Weghorst aaid the drams for tte scouta fife and drum corps arrived Monday aad a scout parade In the interest ef the wsr beads would be beld Tuesday night at 7:80 o'clock after which Csmp Liberty would again be pitched on the public square. WakS'. Mr. Weghortt said reports would be made dally of the sale of Liberty bonds by his boys. When subscription blanks are sign ed by purchasers, through the Boy Scouts the subscription blanks must be taken to the banks. Otherwise the sale Is not completed or even begun and the amounts cannot be add ed to the Alliance total. WOMEN ILSO WILL BUST Nil BONDS Announcement was made Monday afternoon that Wednetday evening Attar the food conservation parade, Mrs. Oeorge Zimmerman, president Jf the Ohio Federation of Women's dubs of Fremont, will also be a ayttbtr at the mass meeting to be held ln tte Interest of the Liberty Bond aad other war work. Mid Plfilll. afnUltiitil of Cleveland, state chairman of'tte women's committee in the sale of Liberty bonds, bas been announced as oae.' of tte speakers. Mr. Criley will alBO give a talk. Tbe public Is urged to hear theae speakers each ot whom will be well worth hearing. 7 S0CI1L WORK TB BE OBEMp TIIISNT The Social snd Welfare department of the League for Women's Service, wttt meet ttat evening at the office of the Associated Charities. Tte object of the organisation Is tbs study of social work and training, the membert to be used by the civilian committee of the Bed Cross society. It Is proposed to bring to this city prominent speakers who Witt discuss current problems ef Interest to the social workers. Weekly meetings wttl be held. OIIGEBJISIIL105 fitark County Official. Opea Crusade Open Seek Waaa. Canton, 0„ Oct. 22.—(Special)— Advertisements la tte form ot tall- read danger signals, which are oa Stark county highways, wfll have to be removed at once, lt was said Monday by tta county commissioners. The commissioners have received a latter from thd atate highway department, according to Commissioner Booth, requesting that eaah signs ahall be removed from oSS atata reeds aad tbe county officials will make the same requirements regarding sounty highways. It waa said. "When autoists aae signs til ever the highways, saying 'step, look sad listen, buy so-and-so's tires,' er "look oatL. danger! dde -yea ate so-and-so's motor oil ?' ttay are tempted to pay lata attention to actual dagger signs placed at railroad crossings tar a legitimate purpose," said Commissioner Bidwell. "it Is a dangerous pttiutlaa to erect a number ef supposed danger signals wblch de aet really ware ot aay actual danger." Commissioners Boott aad Bidwell aaid that the county would tet ttt tts erection of aay mora signs of this kind and would have such signs already erected torn down. They alao salt that they weald prohibit advertising oa danger signs at actual points ef danger. HOPE TO SELL Two Million Bond Soldiers Start Final Week of Liberty Loan Drive. r SUBSCRIPTIONS ARE OVER TWO BILLIONS Apathy and Overeonfidence Chief Enemies ef Big; Campaign. International Newa Service: Washington, D. C, Oct. 22.—An army of 8,000,000 bond soldiers was driving ahead today toward the $5,- 000,000,000 goal set for the second liberty lOBB. Enlisted la tbe army are 600,000 men, acting at bond salesmen; 300,- 000 boy scouts; 160,000 women workers and 1,000,000 speakers, preachers and writers. Their operations are nation wide. If each one secures two 860 subscriptions during the remaining six days tba total of the loan will be somethings over 14,000,000,000. At noon todsy tte total at bead sales stood above the 88,000,000,000 mark. The treasury department haa no accurate figures. There was unbounded confidence htot 18,000,000,000 would be subscribed by Wednesday night at the latest and that 83,000,- 000,000 mora- would be added during tte last ■ twe and a half days of tte campaign. The i principal enemies sgainst which (he liberty loan army Is on the offensive today are apathy end over- confidence. W_tW' ILiCE PAUL GIVEN 1 | 8 HIS II WORKS International N.w. Sarvioa: Washington, D. C, Oet. 88.—Miss Alice Faal. chairman of the National Woman's Pasty, with Dr. Caroline Speneer, of Colorado Springs, wss today sentenced to six months ia tte workhouse tar attempting to picket the White House with suffrage banners on Saturday. Mlas Oladys Orelner, of Baltimore, and Mlsa Gertrude Crocker, of Hinsdale. 111., who marched to the White House were given sixty dsys. At the same time Judge Mullowney, before whom the women were arraigned, Increased the sentence of that etter suffrage's who picketed while ttay were eat on ball and later were sentenced to six months ln the workhouse, by to days. STATEBUYSLJBERTYBBRDS International N.w. ftai Via. Columbus, O- Oet 88.—Liberty bonda totalling 8BO.0O0 were bought by atate treasurer Bryan for the Btate Industrial Commission today. Tto beads were paid for eat of tto state Insurance Aaaa, Yochum Net a Soldier. Tto miapisctng at a ttta af type tt tte correcting of tte apeat of aa item tt Batarday*a Beview aaade tt appear ttat Baaatary Policeman J. 3. Tochum at Oata elty tod been ordered tar duty at Cesap Perry. Tb itt ttt had refsr- eaaa to tte transferring ef T lent ea aat Saa Bsmsey from Camp ghnraiaa to Caatp Perry. Tto aaaa bearing Mr. ToehaaS*a name related to tte removal af tte taat easrsatlae tor mm 'asase te this etty. OH WmmlEV WVtOmTCOa. aXmmtor, Attlaaap eeldler home Saturdar moralag re tt esstp at ChUlieotte again graatod a tt •aadar*. Beted tear farloagk. DINES FUNERIL Funeral service fer 8. H. Hlnet et Atwater was held Sunday from the M. E. ohareh there and was very largely attended. Rep. Beachy, paster at the church having charge. Bine tribute wae paid tto deceased st a maa by tttt' pastor, the attendance of neighbors and friends at tte rites speaking also louder than words aa to the esteem ln which he ta* held. Three beautiful aelee- tlon. of song were rendered by a quartet of voices. Close neighbors were the bearers. Interment being made In Atwater cemetery. Among those preaent from a distance were the SOB and family at Findlay. a brother from Akron, rel- atlvea aad trleads from Ravenna, Alliance and Salem. ____ DBIFT tnlSEMCUHENT Int.rnatlonal New. Service: Washington. D. C, Oet 88.—Another court eaaa testing the constitutionality ef the selective draft aet. was set tar argument Ptatathar 10 by the supreme court today. This case, tbst of the appeal from the decision of Judge Spear, of Georgia, ttat tte taw was constitutional wttl be heard with the other appeals. ____£:■ CIITSirEGGSGET. S245B International tfeant Pwrl..: Caatoa. 0., Oet 88.—Yeggs blew taw sates tt tto offlee ef tte Caatoa Home Furnishing company here yesterday aai iibialaail I960 ta money gatTl tl.B00 ia Jewelry aad silverware. Police have ao clue. (PoUtlcal Advertisement) Bone-Dry Per lewaf Nit atata ta the western corn belt farmer, could not he cajoled Into voting for bone-dry prohibition. If tbey could aot be tooled by tto aauve etanV ter a paid spellbinders there what do tte "ntormero" expect to secom- plish ta OWoT Tate -Me*' ea prohibition Horaetber ttt. Stark County Home Bale Aseoclatioa. Clyde Bee- ttsSw. mat. WANTED—COOD R at IA B L E TBaUMTBB. t VS. TOtEttTON eV Additions of Only $11,600 Reported Since Saturday Report—One-fourth Mark .Not Tet Attained — Take Signed Subscription Blanks to the Bank In Order to Complete Purchase—Women's Committee Will Meet Tuesday Night at the AlUance High School to Make Reports—Liberty Bond Sunday Is Observed—Residents Must Rally Patriotically or the Minimum Quota Will Not Be Reached in Affiance. Total previously reported . .1111,400 Increase Saturday 11,600 Total at end Of week. 4193,000 That was not a big gain Saturday but lt helped. It is known that after the close ef business hours for the banks Saturday several thousand dollars of Liberty Loan Bonds were subscribed for which will be credited to the subscriptions received today and to be reported tomorrow. But the people are not yet aroused ss they should be to the emergency call from the government, tor money. The moat active workers ln this Second Liberty Lean compalgn are the Women's Committee. This committee la a host sad hard st work. But these loyal patriotic women cannot do sll. They Wttt do more than their share. Wben you I purchase Uberty Loan Bonds yea ttt your country good, you do the oasM . of liberty and Justice Over the whole world toe*, you do yourself good, voa de harm lo the enemies of liberty aad Justice sad civilization, saa harm to the enemies of year country. No further argument ia needed. All haa been tald ttet can be said. It Is taxation or sale ef bonds as we must finance the1 wsr. It Is proposed to make the next Ave days unmarkable days for tta campaign. Ia Washington township a committee of 22 men haa been appointed- fo make a thorough campaign of the township tar the tale of bonds. That is tbe right spirit snd a proportionate number of salesmen should be named ta every precinct et tte etty tar a like purpose., It Is probable that such a program will be mapped out An Intensive campaign must be wsged the remaining five daya Ot the campaign. Tto publicity committee has done its part well, but tto harvesters must fellow. It hss beea truly said ttet the money of thle country wttl be the trenches ln which this war will be won as well SB tto trenches on the battlefield, aad the Interest oa these bonds wttl aet oaly ho_*am aaat but liberty, it will to'ifl ing ts prosperity %__ hope aad security of a Democracy everywhere. (Continued on page twe) UUHCH1NG M Methodist Movement liberty Bonds For College Endowment. "Make year dollars do double duty," wss the slogan ln hundreds of launching day aaaraaaet delivered Sunday, which was tte launching day ot tte Ohio Jubilee, movement throughout tte atate, "Bay liberty bonds aad give them to a Methodist college and thus show yourself a patriot aa waS aa a booster of Christian education." This was the appeal which was made ta churches all over the state yesterday. An announcement made frost the headquarters of the Jubilee movement at Columbus stated that one- half million dollars has already been pledged to the fund of twa, million, nine hundred thousand dollar, whleh is expected to be raised by December tO ta Oata. A check tar thirty thousand dettara waa give nto Ohio Wesleyan by a friend in Pennsylvania. This start promises the success at tte campaign which la being pushed systematically and vigorously from now on until December 20. Launching Day Addresses. Several members of tte faculty of the eollege gave launching day addresses in various churches. Plaid Secretary W. H. Nesl, waa tt Sogers, Dr. Headland tt Canal Fulton and Massillon, Dean 3. B. Bowman ln Megley, Prat. Ketcham la Palmyra, Prof. Lamb la North Jackson, Prof. Wykoff ta Minerva and Pleasant Hill, WtaL Martin tt Oreentown aad Unlontown aad Secretary B. BL Can- In Mottonlcstowa. Dr. W. H. McMaster Waa ta Cleveland Saturday evening aad delivered an address in tte Batting ap meeting tor the campaign and tttt delivered addresses ttae Euclid avenue and First Methodist churches of Cleveland Sunday. NEW JERSEY POTTEIS IRE BACK IT Ml International Mew. Sei-vie-a. East Liverpool, O., Oct *ttV-While SB clay workers, except Jigger men, obeyed the order of President Edward Menge of tbe National Biuttollluud of Operative Potters to retara te work today, none ot the plants te East Liverpool fTfftrftl were operating la tall. Tto Jiggermen, kiln placers, ssgger makers sad dippers continued the ttatte. Bepuita indicate oomplete re-sumption at opera-Sons In Trenton, New Jersey, witt plants running at least ta part ta many otter pottery oeatora. IB VKBY Utm • Dungannon, O., Oct it—William McKarns, wall known retired farmer ef thta place, has been crittoally 111 tap aome daya, hia ooadltloa at tttt time being vary low.-: Ms Butters from heart aad other eompttsattraav BOGUS CHECK PASSER HELD Man Who Is Alleged to Bave Swindled Local Men Is Caught. Captain J. A. Fawcett of tte elty police department, returned Monday morning from Dayton, Where he had gone for the purpose of securing a young man named O. Harvey Grimm. tag'Whom a warrant had been* Issued in this elty, it being charged that Grimm bad taken from tbe Hotel Lexington, a ault case and contents valued at about 1180 and $40 in money the property of a traveling man named N. C. Godsoe. A few days ago Oatis Wilcox reported to Captain Fawcett Om* ea October 9th he bad cashed a personal check drawn by Grimm upon tbe Commercial Savings bank at Canton for five dollars. A few days later ward came ttat the cheek was worthless as Grimm bad ao account with tta bank. . it lea also beea reported ttet 3. 3. Brown cashed a similar check for Mr. Grimm. Upon arrival ta Dayton Captain Fawcett foaad that a aaa held as Grimm was under arrest there having beea indicted for IHMlng several bogus checks ta amounts of $100, $10, aaa ts. Mr. Godsoe wss alao there ta identify a suitcase tald to hate been found ia tto man's possession aad which bore Mr. Oodsoe's name. Whea arrested tto prisoner gave hia name as B. C. Browa but tbe fact ttat the aatt ease bore the aame of Mr. Godsoe cauaed farther Investigation. Tto day that Mr. Wilcox reported his cheek experience to Captain Fawcett Bertillon photographs end description ef a young man answering tto description wsa received la Alliance sad Mr. Wilcox at eaaa identified ttta photographs aa those ef Grimm whom he had personally known tor a number of yeara, Grimm having beea la thta atty tar tome time aad WeH known as a football plsye.- sad vocalist. Upon his recent visit to this ctty to called upon Mr. Wilcox aad aftor a pleasant chat of several minutes stated that hs waa tt bualness st Caatoa aad bad run over here to aee a prospective buyer aad had come without much money. 8a asked Mr. Wilcox to cash a check for five dollars to provide money to eae hist through wtth his business bere. Mr. Wilcox did aot hesitate to cash tto check aad wss much earprised to aad, a few days later, ttat tto check was worthless. The outcome of tto trial at Dayton Wfll to eagerly watched from thta ally. At Dayton, Centals Psweett states. to was cordially taat hy inspector W. J. Hughes, wte waa handling the • cases te ttet etty. There Orient tt aatt tt have repretsalad that to wae With aa eat!aiB hardware firm. He was alao known under tte alias ef Cartwright. . POH gAaTi—SECONO-MANO FORD ROAOetaBt AND TOURINO^CAR. Tgp ALUAMCB MOTOM CA% OBtj
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1917-10-22|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||October 22, 1917|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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OUY mtSSSTW BONOS
"Shall tM be mere lander
with our doMara than with our
aaaa***' g.urstary McAdoo.
THE ALLIMCE BEYIEW
t% VVtATHER—Probably rain
MB late tonight and Tuesday.
Ma Moch colder ■ Tueeday. Bar-
Ma ometer 29.60 Indicating fair.
Ml Temperature 46. Partly cloudy
VOL. XXX., NO. 55.
ALLIANCE. OHIO, MONDAY, OCTOBER 22,1917.
ALLIANCE LIBERTY BOMB SALES ARE $193,000
$607,000 MUST BE RAISED
E IN SIX MIS TO GET
HELP WIN IR
National C. E. Head Makes
Remarkable Appeal for
Banishment ef Booze.
WHISKY IS WORSE
THAN THE KAISER
Patriotism Means Efficiency and Efficiency is
Telling blows were struck for taa
Sty cause Sunday night Is the First
rttbytailtn cburch when Or. Daniel
Poling of Boston, Mass., a*""**1
president of tba Christian Endeavor
Kaety, .poke tst "The Challenge ot
triotiam." Fully 100 people were
turned away*, being unable ta gain
Before Dr. Paling's lecture the Phil-
bannonic String quartet, of Cleveland
tornposed of four ■mala who have
played together tor many years, gavo
B recital lasting three-quarter, af an
Boar. Tha music waa delightful.
Dr. Poling was introduced by tta
Bat*. Otto J. Zechiel, pastor -f tta
Inuaanuel Reformed church.
"Patriotism, ttaa every attar virtue,
begins at home." Dr. Poling said. "1
believe that a people eaa not love the
•wartd iminta they begin * by loving
ttstr own country. A tree lnterna-
Uianllfl owes allegiance to tta
Btars and Stripes. We most tata
Aa*jtrrtea if we are to save the world.
I tut frankly suspicious of the man
Mtt talks ot loving all nations aad
forgets his own. In those times If 1
eaa aat lift my voice la support et
tba government than let my voles be
silent. -Wat. 3. Bryan, former peace
sdvocate, now ftajra: 'The shortest
road oat it the straight road through.'