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■ - aa Many things are still reason- %%; ably-priced. Bead tbe atore M ada. Mot all commodities a*, have advanced materially. THE ALIIMCE EEYIEW AND LEADER Sa WEATHER: Fair tonight sad ' Ba Tuesday: slightly warmer to- I BB night. Barometer 29.75, lndi- I a— eating fair. Temperature 44 ' aa at II a. m. I V0LX3LX, NO. 66. TWELVE PAGES. AtiLIANCB.<IHIO. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1917. TWO CENTS—DELIVERED 12c A WEEK VOTE EARLY TUESDAY, GET OUT FULL VOTE VOTE OHIO ORr AND SAVE SPEAKER HT MASS MEETING Hon. D. F. Anderson Declares Real Food Conservation is Impossible Unless Iniquitous Liquor Traffic la Stamped Out—Pleads for Prohibition aa War, Moral, Men- tal and Physical Necessity in Order to Keep Nation Super-Efficient fer Heavy Drain War Will Make on United States—Warns Against Indifference and the Stay-at-Home Citizen — Sees Dry Nation Early If Ohio Swings into the Dry Column Tuesday. J|| Hob. D. I*. Anderson of Toungstown noted aa a worber to behalf of tba eaoee of prohibition aad a dry Ohio, made aa address Sunday evening in the Flrat Bt. E. church, being gre*tod by a aplsadld audleace. Tb* addrea. was a forceful one, a straightforward talk, argumentative in character aad one appealing to the mind aad manhood of every one presoaL Tbe ..eater, to beginning, said he believed that if Ohio voted lar pro- htbltion tSB November 6, tba United State* aa a whole would soon follow. There ***** two method* be ssid. of -a-a**-y a temperance address, one the oratorical, heart throb way, the other Cram tbo standpoint of tbe jiagl. af tha hypocritical guinea. The former pic tared tba crime, ttt* degradation, tba sorrow, the misery that followed Bt the wake of the evil. Bta believed all who had lived to he twa—ty-one yeara of age aad waa of aound mind bad aeon the crime aad the degradation and misery, *o be preferred B> apeak trom tbe Jingle of the guinea aide af tba queedon. Re apoke of the present aar and "Tfa Sufnlnesr, Ml'l nf It*" f~** agitation tor tood conservation sweeping the country that th* cauae ot democracy, which mean* liberty, might Sn oa tbe earth. Hs apoke of the prospect* of tba war being on* of Seat duration, with the probabilities of Its being upon oar awn American seal before it was over, aad therefore tba net i ..III of conserving the things which go to make life and health aad energy. He didn't believe, however, ia playing tba' hypocrite, conserving tba little thing*, a spoonful of sugar bere aad a —It of batter there. "Let's begin," be said, "on real conservation, conservation flrat of the big things." _?-_-_ Quit tb* drinking of boose, ba said, far three day., tske the grain used tor ttae making of the drink ooa-'' •urned ta that time, ma—a tt tato bread of eae pound loaves, place them aide by aide and tbe bread line would extend to such a greatness that the starving people of Belgium could be cutting .lice* from the loaves sad the atarving child of tbo drunkard in Mew Tork city cutting slice* from th* other ,and notwithstanding aB tbto, he feared before the war Is over you men wttt be lipping th* Lea-, prayer with a good bit of anxiety about It, 'Glve us thta day our dally bread.' Flour** from Brewer* Statist!** He quoted flgures from tbe Brewers .tatistlcs, tbeir year baak. giving the amount of barley aa aaad alone la the making ot beer la aaa year as 89.000.000 bushels, Think of it, he said, 89,000,000 bushels for beer alaaa, all ttle other liquor* left out, what a large saving of grata to feed lba allies; they'd Just as leave bara tho barley aa wheat But the statistics, he said, in addition to lis* bgrtor say tbe brewers uae 22,000,000 bushels at corn, 1,000,000 bushel* of wheat, 2,000,000 bushels of rye sad 57,000,- 000 pounds of sugar.' Tba brewate themselves ln their itattatiea say they uae thia amount errey year he said. The flgures were given before the begin—rag of the war. 'Had tbe matter of conservation of foot) stuff been as Important matter tbaa, they'd have never told It. Here was enough grain to load a thousand ships to send to On allies, aad ttM*/ wouldn't hold lt aU. Moreover, he continued, quoting ■from the brewers statistics, 1914, the statement was Blade that aa much grain was used In brewing as wa* grown la eight states. Vote oat booaa ba said aad hare the grata of these eight states to save democracy. Toa women, tke speaker continued, are asked to keep the garbage can lea* Btt. ask tke men Tuesday to rota to keep the boose tttt Bas tot, conserve tbe grain tor the government, true conservation. Wily of WWekey Exemption Alone He spoke of the argument of the (Contlnuea on Page Six) Three Dead, Five Wounded,!2 Captured or Missing, Sammies General Reports To Baker J*% m totmraatteaal ttewo -.rvtasa. Washington. D. C- Nov. 8—.The Ti.mee af Germany'• flrat riot—as to land aai 1*1 a against American forces were announced by the war de- ya__a_e_t today. They were: Hi ***ttrato Thomas F. Bnright; next af bta Mra. Mary Irwin, abater, Sell Promo atreet. Pittsburgh, Pa. Private Jamea B. Oreaham; next of kta Mra. Alice Dodd, mother, 1001 West Ohio atreet. Bvanevllle, Ind. filisla —aria B. Hay: aext of kta Hardey. D. Hay. father, Oridden. toa—,' Wounded. Private Joha 3. Smith; aeat of kta Bt D. Smith, brother. Baa 82. Lud- Ington, Mica __;**£ Private Chaa. 3. Hopkins: next of bta Jam** W. Kop-ins, brother, 8tan- taa. Teaaa _j ._■ Private Geo. La Box; aext of kin Jamea la. Box. father. TSS North Grady attest, Altos, O-to, titrate Homer Given*; next of kin Wa 9. .Olvena, father Ctorerdale, Piliato Chaa. _*. Orr; next of kin Mra. Sarah Regneli, mother, B. P. O. Ma 6, Lyon*. Baa. Caa'arefl es> Mieeing. Sergeant Bdward M. Halyburton: next of kta Oaa, D. Halyburton. father. Stooy Point, M. C. Corporal Nicholas la. Mulhall: next at kta Sttm. Bridget Mulhall, mother. 189 Ninth etreet, Jeraey City, N. J. Corporal Edwin H. Haines; auxt of kin Mra Elisabeth Haines, mother. Route Sta, 4. Woodward, Okie. Filiale H.rachel Godfrey; next ot Bta Wm. C. Ob erst, stepfather, 709 North Radgeway avenue. Chicago. Private Verooo M. Beatl.il; aext ot kta. Sam Kendall, father, B. 9. D. ..o. ..Boll, Oata. Priv—te mm. 9. Origeby; aext ot kta Mra. Usila Grigahy. mother, ITS* wuiow aaaaaa, -ouisvtil*. Ky. Private Prank R. McDougaU: aext at htm B. I* MiPniaall father. 84. Eaat first street, MsryrUle, Mo. Private Daniel B- Oalllger; aext or Bla Neil Oalllger. father, Blocton. Ala. v Private Joha P. Lester; next of kta Wm. Lester, father, TutwUar, Miss. Private Hairy Laaghmaa; aext of kta Ada B- Taa-ghrnan, 4(4 Oafcwood boulevard, Chicago. Private Dewey D. Kern; aext of ata Mra. Eva Tilloa, mother, CoUlns, towa. . Private Reckon, cannot ba identified. Tbe flret battle ta which American soldiers took part wae Mage ta tbe region of the Rhine-Mat—a canal. Tka Americana, holding tba Beach -salient were eat off trom reinforcements or the possibility ot is treat hy a mur- d.roaa barrage fire from ttM Oerman batteries. The losses to the Oeratsa forces were aet known to the war depart ment. To My Friends and Voters of Alliance: It baa baoa impossible to aas you peraoaally aad I take tt—a mean, ot (soliciting yoar support tor aty election aa President of Council. I am a cane—Sato for second term oo Republican ticket aad wttl -certainly appreciate your anpport. CHAS. B. BABNABD. TWftfrTV YEARS HCNCC Who are going ta b* the drunkard* SS year* from now. Tbe aelooe makee drunkard*. Aboll.h tbe eeJooo by voting '"Sae** oa prohibition, November Sth, B. W. Mora—. Mgr, Stark Coanty Dry Federation. *. MARLBORO PUBLIC SCHOOL wtll hold aa entertainment and aecl.l in tk* Towa Hall Wedneaday evening, November 7tb. Special mualc. Admission ISC. jQl Vflrra POR SHULL POB MUNioi PAL COURT CLERIC - ,Am.___?_\ SAYS ALLIANCE WILL VOTE DRY BY OP 1.00 Chairman Williams Sees Big- Victory Here If the Weather Bo Fair. WOMAN SUFFRAGE IS SECOND IN INTEREST First Municipal Judge Is to Be Chosen and Fall City Ticket. Ito PREDICTS ALLIANCE WILL BS OO DRY BY 1200 MARGIN BB — Ml "AlUance will return a dry IBl plurality of 1200 votes, at BS least,'' said 3. T. Williams. IRI chairman of tha Alliance Dry Ua Federation Monday when as leas ed as to predlcitlon the result ha af the ballottlng hero* Tues- Ito day QB th* prohibition issue. SB "If tk* weather ia fair, the aa margin may go higher," Mr. Ra Wllllama predicted. Ito * At Alliance Wet headquart- Ba era, tt was predicted that the SB oity would go dry about by tto about tb* same margin as taa BB rears ago—768. Bets of even money bar* baoa made to Alliance on the result of tbe state election Tuesdsy on tbe wet aad dry proposition. Another wager haa beea made on the result of the •avrtjhat Alliance, the bet being tbgt alliance will giro, a greater majority tor prohibition than it did two years ago Whea the majority for dry was lit- The fact that j—ie probttbiHties are for fair weather will add to tho dry vote of the state. It to believed, ibis haa always been conceded. Tbere la another proposition to be decided by the retara of the state Tuesday. The last legislature at—Mated a law giving to women the right to vote for presidential electors. A referendum vote bas beea ordered upon this law. Tba law will be approved or defeated by the vote cast Tuesday. Municipal offioairs wttI be sleeted tomorrow and ln Alliance a municipal judge and clerk of the court wttl bo elected. Tbree members of the board of education are also to bo chosen. Tke above are tbe absorbing interests ia the battle of the ballots. The polls will open at 5:30 a m. aad Close at 6:30 p. m: Don't forget tbe bears aad vote early it possible. IRE 100 GOING 1 SEE THE SOLDIERS? Several persona hare signified tbelr intention of ***T**_fig tae proposed trip to Camp Shermaa, Chillicothe, aext Wednesday ■atata—|t on the special train scheduled to leave Caatoa at seven o'clock a. m., - under the auspice* of Ota T. M. C. A. Those who expect to go on tbe excursion ahould notify Secretary Vou of tbe -Alliance chamber of commerce, aot later than seven o'clock —tto, Moaday evening, aa ft must be known Just Bow many persona from Alliance are going ln order to make the necessary reservations. CHAS. E. BARNARD, REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR PRESIDENT OF OOCNT1X. SBC. OND TERM. VOU* VOTE WIU. BE APPl-UMaA'l'ED.—Adv. (Political Advertisement Criminal Court Record* ta Stark coanty reveal crimes committed by men who never entered a cafe to their Bros. Aad yet local reformers pull alleged evidence out of the .ky to the effect tbat aB tba woe and misery this aide and the other aide af Westervtile, headquarter, af tbe Anti-saloon leagae, is attributed to "boose." Bab! Veto "Tea" on prohibition aaat Tuesday. Clyde Reaaoner, Mar., Stark County nt—is Rule Association. HAND PAINTED OIISxB-b ANO WHITS CHINA, ANO HAND PAINT- BB PICTURES POR SALS AT SCHOCH STUDIO OVER BAUGHMAN MARKKT, MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY ANO THURS- OAY. ALSO WILL TAKE XM AS ORDERS A. B. C. Night School Begine Nov. 5- Take broken j.wetry to Sharer. Bb FAIR ELECTION OAY - ■SB ____ Ba Election day will be fair, ac- Ra oar—tog to tbe federal fore- Ba caster who aaid: "Pair toaa alght and Tueaday; .lightly BB warmer tonight." SBB_|Btas_ito.B>ttosTal Alliance To Raise $18,000 For Y.M.C.A. Recreation Fond Campaign Will Be Launched Here November 11 and Continue a Week—G. Sherwood Eddy Glvea Dramatic Address on Work the Association Is Doing for Soldiers—40 Alliance Men Attend Launching Banquet. Forty Alliance men were among tha S00 from Stork Bad nearby counties who heard O. Sherwood Eddy, associate general secretary of the International committee of the Young Men'a Christian Association, speak at a dinner at the Courtland Hotel, Canton, Saturday night Mr. Eddy, wbo has been in practically aB the Allied osaa* tries Bince the beginning of the war ln the work of the Y. M. C A., presented a vivid picture of conditions ia base capms, battle front aad prison camps and described the coming nation-wide campaign to raise 135,000.000 during the week, November 11-18. These forty men with Dr. C. S. Hoover as chairman will conduct tke campaign for 118,000 allotted as Alliances share of the $35,000,000. Canton'is to raise $80, 000 and Massillon $22,000 making a total af $120,000 from Stark county. Although the meeting was preliminary to the campaign and no subscriptions were sought, H, H. Timken, chairman of the Caatoa district, announced at the conclusion of ■day'* address, that he woa—I give $25,000 besides devoting bis time tor —tree week* to tbe cause. Am*rlca Wttt Suffer "America haa not begun to pay (to price ot this war," Eddy told his hearers, "but we are going to pay tka price before we are through. If all ear men now in khaki and all those who will be called to the aext draft were dead aad buried, we would not have suffered what France ha* ■offered. —et aa aot make this suffering any greater than It has to be. a "I am an optimist," be continued. "We are going to wta this war, rib matter how long it lasts but it ta going to cost more la money and men than we have contemplated. We've got to wta thta war without losing the moral manhood in doing it. It is going to drive us down to the bed rock of tbe realities of life. It ts going to put a value on ttf* Itself aad make as aak ourselves: Wbat Is a boy worth? "Money ia tbe cheapest ttIIng in Ufa that we bave left. It will take money to protect tbo physical and moral life of the boya at the front and keep white aad unsullied the flag they are fighting for, aad Lincoln, dyed red at Valley Forge ahd a deeper crimson at Gettysburg, but I tell you tb* rad stripes are going to be a deeper red before this wsr is over. During the next 12 months tato old planet wttl goffer more than the world has ever known." Pie—area W»»V Horror* In broad strokes Eddy t*a_ttt*l a vivid word picture of the sordid horror of war, of the terrible effects of poison gas and of the cruel s_CerlisS* a-d torment of men lying helpless ln an inferno of shell spitting can- nop aad death rata of shrapnel. He lt—t -of their daily life waist deep ta (Continued oa Page Ten) ONE KILLED. 21 HURTJN BUST Aluminum Powder Lata Go at New Kensington With Fatal Results International Newa Service. Mew Kensington, Pa., Nor. S.—One man waa killed, four are expected to d—t, and IS others are seriously injured as a result of a series of four explosions to tke powder stoat af the Aluminum Company of America bar* today. The explosions wer* eaased by a fire la the aluminum bronzing department where 15,000 pounds of aluminum pewder, highly explosive, were stored. The 3,600 employes were ordered oat of the worka soon after the Stat explosion. Employes of tne Pennsylvania plant of the American Sheet aad Tin Plate company, also were ordered oat ot tbeir plant which was endangered by tbe lire. Firemen, however, were able to beep the flames confined to the powder house. Reports tbat tbe fire waa of incendiary origin were denied by officer, of t—e Aluminum company. Tk* body of the maa who was killed waa burned beyond recognition. TOM NICHOLS, DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOB PRESIDEBT OS1 COUNCIL. (Political Advertisement Fifty-Eight Prove Hypocrlt** * Hon. Bheriden Ford, of Detroit, member of tb* Michigan legislature, author, newspaper maa ot national reputation, brightest aad moat Interesting conversationalist eae ever listened to. In hi. aBItem at tka auditorium Friday evening, told of how inconsistent 68 out of 6T members at tka house proved to be last winter, howling thetr heads off tor prohibition, oae of my friends waa asked ta took over tka bunch aad report to the committee of which I waa chairman, bow many of them wore really sincere ta the stand they had taken. A neutral polled the 69 aad found oat tbat 11 af the number ware honest, sincere. Godfearing prohibitionist*. Ttt* other SS said they believed with the political prohibitionists aad Aatl Walesa league leaders that a Jag-dry law aaa the only thing that would be satisfactory to the voters. And ao they voted. But next year tbey Wttl probably all be wat, becausa ot tbe fast that tbey like their little nip and positively will not stand far ttWt bone dry .tuff which congress put across in the Bead amend ment to ike postofflce appropriation rntSS." Veto "Mo" aa prohibition aaat Tuesday. Clyde Reasoner, Mgr., Stark county Home Bala Aasoetation. BUY YOUB HOOVSB ELECTRIC CLEANER PROM COPS A KATZEN- STEIN. EASY TERMS IP DESIRED. SEE OUR AD ON PAOB 7. THB BEAL ISSUE The saloon is tbe, is*—a. Don't 9* sidetracked by the Taxation bugaboo. Veto "Yea" oa prohibition, November 6th, B. W. Mor*n, Mgr. Stark County Dry Federation. A. B. C Might B-b.al 0-ajtoB Nov. a- Take broken watch-se te SI—aaa HELP FRENCH Americans Won't Do Much Fighting Before Next Spring. International Stews Her vice: Washington, D. C, Nov. 6.—"it Is not probable that our army ta France will get intoathe fighting to any large extent uatil next spring," tald Wat, Alia— White today upon bla return from France where he has been in a trip af Inspection for tke American Red Croaa. "The real -war work tbat ahould interest tba people of America this winter is of an economic rather tbaa of a military character. Nothing could uo more to keep up the morale of the Freach soldlera this winter than to bring comfort to women and children at home. Tka soldiers' knowledge thst his family la being watt dared for will take a great load oft hi* mind and hearten blm to stand up against privation which otherwise might break his spirit and render him Of ao physical use. "Every soldier who is saved this winter mean, the saving of aa amer loaa boy wben the utg drive begins Bast spring. Some American boy will have to take the place of every 'Frenchman who fat killed or who breaks dowa under the strsln. General Petaln Is having French officers ga right down the line* and ascertain from every soldier whether bo baa any worries concerning sickness or aaat at home. Major Grayson BL 9. Murphy of the Bad Cross, Oeneral Pershing aad General Potato are working la unison to perfect plant for the relief of f—"lHmt ot soldiers." To My Friends and Vetera of Alliance: It hss beea Impoeslbto to see you personally aad I take this aiaaas at soliciting yoar support for my election as President of Coaantt. I am a candidate tor saeead term oa Republican ticket aat will certainly appreciate your support. CHAS. B. BARNARD. TOM NICHOLS, DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR PRESIDENT OF COUNCIL. (Political Advertisement . Tb* Polltleal Prohlbltlonlate' Bean. Wttt be .pilled next Tuesday by the voter* af Obio, Vote "No" aa prohibition. Clyde Reaaoner, Mgr., Stark County Home Rule Association. WANTED AT ONCE—LICENSED ENGINEER. STEADY EMPLOYMENT. OOOD WAOBS. APPLY IN PERSON OR TELEPHONE TNB SEBRING p-uft'aav oo- sebrin-, a BUY YOUR HOOVER ELECTRIC CLEANER FROM COPS A KATZEN- STEIN. EASY TERMS IP DESIR- ed. eaa our ao om page p. VOTB POR TOM NICHOLS POR PRESIDENT OF COUNCIL. ENDORSED BY THE CENTRAL LABOR UNION. VOTE POR SHULL POB MUNICIPAL COURT CLERK, Tak* broken gl. se Sharer. A, B. C Night Schc-ei Begine Nov. S* syoo FiiEi AT TOLERTON LUMBER SHED Finished Lumber is Consumed But Planing Mill Is Saved. FIRE IN CHURCH IS SOON PUT OUT Alliance Firefighters Kept on the Jump Answering Alarms. The fire* department had a busy day Sunday, —tree alarms being aaawered, a Ore at the I. G. Tolerton A Son's lumber yard, at S o'clock in tb* after; noon being the most serious blaze', this due to t. fire ia one ot the lumber storage sheds. Tha blase appeared to originate in a stairway between two buildings and had a good start before being discovered, the roof being afire when the* alarm was received. All tttra* companies and the chief's car answered ttte alarm and the flramcn worked until about 4 o'clock. The shed contained finished lumber and the loss as estimated to Chief Held by tba firm la about |3,- 000, this covered by insurance, it was wtth difficulty that th* flames were kept from reaching the planing mill and a stable nearby. Ihe fire Was confined to the aecond floor of the sheds. About 8 o'clock Sunday morning the firemen were called to the Delicatessen restaurant where some grease ln a pan in the kitchen Ignited, *m-lTt*'g quite a blaze bat tke flame was extinguished by iuse of a private extinguisher kept to the restaurant During tbe services at the Union At gnu- M. BV church It was discovered that the studding in the basement 'had Ignited, presumably from a defective flue. Chief Held aad Fireman Baddy responded to a still alarm and the fire was handled quickly and without the congregation being'aware of tba incident. Tbe fire occurred at 11:45 a. m. $&__J MAY ARREST BLEIGH FDR EMBEZZLEMENT Secretary Voas has received word that' Mr. Campbell, representing tke t*. S. Fidelity aad Guaranty Company, will be In Alliance this, Monday evening, to meet with the directors of the Alliance Chamber of Commerce and preeent a check covering the alleged shortage to ttto chamber's funds charg ed to the late secretary, C. H. BlSiob. The bonding company alio asks that the chamber of commerce have issued a warrant charging Mr. Bleich wltb embezzlement. Tke directors sre requested to be present at tba meeting thi* evening, at seven o'clock. ALL DAY PRAYER SERV1GE Women ef tbe City to Unite In Supplication for Dry Ohio Aa aB day prayer meeting wttt be bald Tuesday, November 6th, to too Interest ef a dry Obio at tba Christian chareh, cot—er Park and Main, beginning at 5:30 a. m. Mrs. Harry Whitacre to load from 5:30 to 6:30; Mrs. Porter from 6:30 to 7:00; Mrs. Turner aad Mra. Cisco from 7:00 to 8:00; Mrs. I. J. Jones -taat 8 to 8:30; Mis* Dickey from 8:30 to 9; tire. Boxstanz and Mrs. Baker from 9 to 10; Mrs. BaU from 10 to 10:30; Mtss Rachel Pirn from 10:30 to 11:30; Rev. McCalium from 11:30 to 13; Mrs. McMurray from 12:30 to 1; Mrs. Piggott from 1 to 1:30; Mrs. Bryson from 1:30 to 2; Miss Dickey from 2 to 3; Mrs. Salmon from 8 to 4; Mrs. Hazlett sad Mr*. Manchester from 4 to 5; From S to 6 general meeting. AB people of* ttta elty are urged to avail themselves of thi* privilege and opportunity to/ unite oar prayer to Ood on behalf of the great question before ua. last all tbe people pray aad man vote to make Ohio dry. BOB CHURCH SAFE OF to. lat.rraatlonal New. 8«rv!c«- Columbus, O., Nov. 6.—Teggmen blew the office sate at the Broad ■treet M. E. cburch, obtaining SS, police learned today. Envelopes containing SSS of Sunday's collection were overlooked. T AS STARK CARS CRASH HEAD-ON IN FOG ON EAST SUMMIT STREET TODAY Several Passengers and Employe of Bead Are Injured, None Seriously as Cars Come Together—Traffic Delayed Several Hours—Neither of the Can Were Moving Rapidly When Collision Came—Car Crews Escape Injury. CANTON FEED Mil. Villa CO. WILL UNLOAD 1 CAR Of CHOICE MIDDLINGS AT SS2 PER TON, TUES. AT MAXIMO. PER E. D. KAR- LEN, WANTED—TWO FIRST-CLASS CARPENTERS. APPLY L. M. HARLAN. BELL 847-W. • FOR SALE—SECOND-HAND FORD aTs-*a-_TBa ANO TO-BIWS CAR. THB ALLIANCE MOTOR CAR CO. VOTE WO* MOORE FOR MUNICIPAL JUDGE. A. B. C. Night School Begin* Nov. S- During th* dense fog which enveloped the etty Monday morning, a collision of electric car. occurred on East Summit atreet, near the Alliance Brewery, tke cars getting together betas |Ba regular six o'clock eastbound Stark Electric lnterurban ear kad —te westbound freight car No. 7. The passenger car waa. running about fifteen minutes late out of Alliance depot and had alao been delayed at the Cleveland ft Pittsburgh railroad by a freight train. Fortunately no one waa seriously injured by the accident although several persons on the passenger car received eats and bruises. The Bat of injured included Clarence Book of Thelma City, who received a ont over tk* right eye and bad hia right shoulder bruised; Edward O. Bran- Bold, of Oxford street, waa sat about the forehead, nose and lip. He was stooping doom, to place a dinner bucket under the seat when the collision occurred throwing him against the aeat ahead. Pearl Mlsh, aa eleo- trl clan tor -tka Stark Electric com pany, bad his left baad Injured whea a seat was thrown agalnat the baad. Another man whose name ia Hat known to toe Review, waa just abont to go from the main part of the pad* senger car into the smoker and be was thrown agalnat the glass in the door, he receiving a cut upon the nose. Several other persons are said to have been jolted by the sudden stopping of the car. Dr. J. K. Tressel attended the injured persons. Whea aeen Monday, Oeneral Manager F. L. Mowry, had not received an official report of the accident but was investigating tbe case. He wan called from hi* home shortly after tbe accident. He stated that the cars were not badly damaged aside from the breaking of a glass In a car door, a window aad the pilots of the car*. Tbe passenger car, he stated, could be pttt ia service daring the day it needed, - None of the oar crews were Injured. Both care sre said to have been moving very slowly owing to -he dense fog. Italian Amy May Have To | Retools Germans Force ' Crossing of the Tagliamento Oeneral Cadorna's Italiaa army may have to make a further retreat. The Italian war office atata—ttat today admitted tbat the Germans have succeeded to crossing the Tagliamento river north of Plnzano. By this move the Germans are aow la position to attempt a drive to the rear of the Italian army if Oeneral Cadorna maintains his stand along the Tagliamento. It baa. beea predicted that to event of the Germaaa forcing a crossing of tbe Upper Tagliamento. Oeneral Cadorna would withdraw to the Plave river which runs parallel to the Tagliamento. Military experts have pointed oat ttat tt* Plave affords the Italians a much better Uae of defense than tho Tagliamento. The Plave starts to the Carnlc Alps, fully 16 miles farther north than the Tagliamento aad flows ln a sig tag course, emptying into the aaa about 20 miles above Venice. By falling back to the Plave, general Cadorna would be getting closer ta bla base of supplies aad also would hare bis reserve forces closer at baad. It had beea predicted that tbe Oerman* might smash their way across tka Tagliamento on tbe Italiaa lsft wing. The Germans were known to be massing troops aad supplies In ttat sector far too drive. The fact that the Italian* have known of tbto ataa la believed to make tt certain ttat General Cadorna ta prepared to meet IL waa thoroughly united. General Rob. ertaon, of the English for***, and Oeneral Fochs of tta French army, also have arrived In Rome aad bara had long conferences with minister Sonnino. ALLEGED EMBEZZLER ' IS HELD FOR COURT O. A. Coley was arraigned before Acting Mayor W. L. Crubaugh, Monday morning, upoa a charge of embezzlement, lt being charged that be kad converted to bi. own use the sum ot $400, the money being the property of: the Sh aeffe r-Blaek' company. Mr. Coley entered a plea of guilty to the charge and was bound over to court at Canton under bond of 1609, whieh security be was endeavoring to secure during the day. Mr. Coley has been in the employe of the Shaeffer-BIack company for sat—S time ss salesman and collector. *flm Italian. Are Captur*d. Int.rnatlonal N.w. Baa .1*08 Berlin, Germany, Nor. B.—German troop* bard tirasaed the Tag'bunento river, ta Italy, tte war office aanounced today. Six thousand Italians war* taken prisoners, tke war ottto* claimed. —The temperature at t a. m. today w»s SS degree*, the lowest of the seaaon to data RuMlana Hurl Back Turk.. International Newe Sarvlce: Petrograd, Russia, Nor. 5.—Russian troops bar* ejected tte Turks from their Brat Bae trenches on the Black Sea coast to tte Kalkat-Teplojlk sector, tbe war office announced today. 0r.ee. Te Aid Tb* A—He* tB.arnattonal Naw.lt.rvla.: Washington, D. <(fc Norvj-f.—Th* state department has official advice* from Rome of a wry encouraging nature today, but officials declined to go Into details. A cablegram from Rome reports tte arrival there of tt* Greek Pia-B-a*. Ventaetaa, accompanied by hi. secretary. Marcandolachl*; tb* prefect of Salonika, Argiropulos; deputies, Carapanos aad Papadaa, ex- Minlster Dlomedes and the English naval attache, Tolbert. The Rome Trlbuna aaya tt* Greek Premier wfll visit all th* allied capitol. before declaring a general mobilization of the Greek army. It to stated he -wishes to ensure tor bta taisail | aB the a*aaeaary pro- -ri.lons of a ornpalga Interviewed by newspaper correspondent* tb* premier declared he bad followed wttt admiration tte Italian advance to all Seld. aad «—aroeeed bta aa—afaction in **etag that ta the face of tte pre*cat trial tta country Int.rnatlonal N.wa Servtca: Washington, D. C, Nov. 6—Worn, aa will be employs— as mall carrier, by tke U. S. for tta first time tomorrow, WaHW Permella Campbell aad Mrs. Nellie McGrath start work at the poet office here. Mrs. Campbell is the widow of Robert L. Campbell, a letter carrier and Mre. McGrath is tbe wife o fMaurlce P. McGrath, a mail man now ln tka military service. Tke women wfll aot wear uniforms but will carry regular routes. Wta master Chance said the reason for employing women ta tke shortage of men. 90 DEATHSJN OCTOBER Th* death. In Allianee during the month ot October averaged less the— one a day, according to the records to the office of City Statistician J. F. Hogan, too reports showing that; there were 30 deatbs, 17 females aad 13 males. For the year from January let tbe total" number of deaths was Std aa agalnat SSS for tta aata* period last year. Daring October, 1917, the deaths number 25. CHAS. E. BARNARD, REP';allJCAX CANDIDATE FOR PRESIDENT OF COl'NTIL; BBC. OND TERM. TOCB VOTE WILL _■ APPRECIATED.—Ad v. VOTE FOR DIEHL for City Solicitor. SUV YOUR HOOVER ELECTRIC CLEANER FROM COPE A KATZEN- STEIN. EASY TERMS IB DES7R- eo. aaa our ad on page **. VOTB Mil MOORE BOM MUNICIPAL JU DOE. *A B C. Night School
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1917-11-05|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||November 5, 1917|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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