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ss^»—m—*—^mwmf"'MW*r'^wr «f-*n»|*frmvW^*^*^m*^"v 'f,.f^Sm**W,W'1'.' rTf8*f%' (PC^*1**|*<« * ' People are thinking of baying *">tr««3—and are better prepared to buy them than ever before. •Telle to them in the classified. THE ALLIANCE KEVIEW N AND LEADER THE WEATHER. Rain and warmer tonight; Tuesday rain me anew and eelder. Barometer ttldO; temperature 47 at"1O:0O a. m.; oloudy. VOL. XXXL, NO. 153- TEN PAGES ALLIANCE, OHIO. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, «919. TWO CENTS—DELIVERED 12c A WEEK. BOLSHEVIKI TIKE lil; CAPITAL OF Fart of General Petlnra's Troops Go Over to the Reds. A-itERICA. ^ATROLS MEET /HE ENEMY Cheaper Electric Light for I Small Consumers Assured Alliance Gas & Power Company Submits New Rate Which Commission Approves of IO1/, Cents for First 40 Hours and 5*/_ Cents for Subsequent Service—Optional Rate Also Offered—New Rates Become Effective Immediately. ■#* undreds of People, Fleeing Reds, Freeze to Death on Trains. ■ty*. Assoc-_tsd Press to Ths Review .Warsaw, Poland, Friday, Jan. 21.— Kiev haa been taken by tba Bolshevist troops, Ueneral l'atlure's troops pdrtlal- ly going over to the enemy. •flio Ukraine government haa been moved from Kiev te Wlnnitxa to the southwest. Hallway communloatton with BUT "T Sttt off at Kovel, where there la a body of Uermans who axe retiring trom Ukraine. The Cieoho-Slovaks are bitterly denounced here because or* recent events tn tha Duchy of Teechen, Lieutenant Reginald Foster of the American army representing UM peace commission Is Caeeha to attack the Poles. Dr. Maa- aryfc, president ot Czecho-Slovak, If tbe Allies had given permission for the Csecho to attack tha Poles. Dl*. Mas- aryk la aald to have replied ln the negative but Is reported to have added that tba territory ls necessary for the development of Csecho-Slovakla. ULIs rumored that the Czecho-Slovaks planned to get control of Polish oil lands ln Central Uallcla and lt la alleged that tbey have already made a bargain with thla object ln view with taa Ruthenian* . Dr. Btanlalaus Orabsky, a member or tha Parts oouncll hare, declared to tha Ass oris ted Press recently that Dr. Mas- aryk told him long ago that there was saver a possibility of trouble between tbe C__chs and Poles. Dr. Urabsky stated that bis sister, lira. Sophia Kledram, an author and a member ot the Tes- chen oornmlttee, was arrested at her "IS at Dombrawo and her young son .killed by tbs Csecha. He said that other boys were shot by Cxechs for resisting. Th* cold wave here has resulted ln tbe deaths of hundreds, especially babies wbo ware frown to death while being transported on railway trains. (This probably refers to refugees fleeing to Warsaw to escape from the advancing hevlats). aph lines and railways ln the Jgt Vienna were cat by the C-ajnTin n*—-'— last Thursday. ^'Associated Press to The Review ' Archangel. Russia, Sunday, Feb. I—- Bolshevik patrols wars in touch with American patrols today about IS miles aouth' of Sredmakrenga. Wltb lba exception of wide-spread patrol activity and heavy shelling on the Volongda railway Una, there waa comparatively quiet yesterday on all sectors. OTRIMKNE ■levea Alliance Members Attend Conference la Columbus. By Assoelated Preaa to The Keview . Columbua, O.. Feb. S.—Mora than L- Ohlo Dotarlena met hers today to tbelr annual two-day conference, aty-two cities ara represented. Con- were held during the morning ad afternoon. An informal reception _td dance will be given tonight. Among speakers today were Dr. E. O. feilti, of Cincinnati, Prealdent of the lo .Stats Medical Association; Horace a. Williamson, poet-humorist of Clnolnnatl, and Walter J. Sears, of Chilli- oothe, president ot the National Can- asrtf Association. -^ Charlea H. Brown, Columbua, ts dia- trtot governor aad Harry Schwarts. Columbus. Is secretary ot tha tilt con- Cheaper electrlo light far the small consumer of currant ln the home and a fairer and mora just way of determining rales for the larger consumer, are assured Alliance residences by a new schedule of electric light rates which have just been approved by the Stats Public Utilities Commission. Under the terms of the decision of tbs • commission announced several montha ago 111 14 cents wss fixed aa the rata lor current for domeatlc consumption. No mention was made of a secondary rate for all over (9 or 40 houra' uae of tbe current. The Alliance Oa. and Power company Immediately began considering, on ita own initiative and beci/.-e of a sense of fairness, a secondary rate. General Manager Harold O, Bonner returned home Monday from Columbua with tha rates approved by ths Utilities Commission. The rates which Mr. Bonner submitted to tha commission were approved Two rates will obtain, tbs straight rate of 10 1-2 and 6 1-S oents and an optional rate wtll also bs offend the consumer. The optional rate la as follows: Optlosal Mea «I sets to Serve Lighting prooaxoij I Warsaw t< agUMftSVlStl M^namgrav itW- erection < Eleven lads ars n members of the local Rotar- In attendance. This number Mr. and Mra H. B. Ha-sard, H. Swift, Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Caas- ; Mr. and Mra. C 8. Hoover. Mr. Mra Ua_l> Koach. Frank Baugh- Charles McConnell. O. E. Allott |f_t Stockon. Mr. and Mra A. A. Mil- mo and Ftaah Jones. <fir> Present Posey Shoppe. The Patriotic glrla of the W. B A. o( - Maccabees held a meeting ln tha Chamber of Commerce rooma at which aeveral matters of Importance were transacted. Part of tins Included the naming at eommltteea aad other work iiiti mary to tba putting on of tbe play -The Posey Shoppe." a musical play to be given February twenty-fourth and fttth under tha direction of the Misses Mafabead who ao successfully directed ~T*»e Spring Bonnet," given about a tfiraao. ,.* : Available on an annual contract to customers ln tha City of Alliance who ara entitled to eervlce under lighting schedules 1 gb— 2 and may be selected at the option of the customer ln lieu of these rates. Rate: (1) A demand charge per 100 watts of maximum demand plus, %M. (t) A customer's charge per customer per month plus, $.75. (») A consumption charge per kilowatt hour metered, 1.04. Determlnatloa of Beamed. Residence service—The demand shall bs taken as 40 percent of the total wattage of all lamps connected including vacant sockets whleh shall ba rated at 60 watts each excepting, however, lamps or outlets In attics, basements, halls, porches, bathrooms or lavatories. Commercial Service—For stores, offices, other commercial customers, tha demand shall be taken as tba total wattage of all lamps connected Including vacant sockets whioh shall be rated at SO watts each excepting, however, all llghta or sockets ta closets, basements or attics not uaed for commercial pur- posea For Installations of 6KW dr mors, ths demand may be determined by test from time to time.. Discount—For payment ot Mil within ten daya 'trom data thereof, ( percent. Minimum—The demand charge plus tha customer's charge. Special Hula:—Tbe customer using current under this rata etysll not Increase the amount of tbe connected load upon which tba demand—) -used at any time without notifying the company. Tna regular rata follows: Metered UesMeaee and Commercial Lighting. Available to any customer ln tbe City of -AlUance using electric aervlce for lighting .and incidental purposes. Bats.:—For tbe first 40 hours' use per month or less of the maximum demand expressed in kilowatts, per kilowatt hour, 10 1-t cents. For excess of 40 hours' use per month per kilowatt hour, 6 1-2 cents. DeUrrmlnatloa of Bestaad. Residence Service—The demand shall ba taken aa 40 percent of tba total wattage of all lamps connected- including vacant sockets which shall be rated at (0 watts each excepting, however, lamps or. outlets ln attics, basements, halls, porches, bathrooms or lavatories. Flat lrqpu. vacuum cleaners and other domestic appliances requiring not over 400 waits will not bo Included ln de'ter- mlntng the demand. In no case, however, shall the demand be taken aa less than 200 watts. Commercial Service^-For ■ starts, offices and otber commercial customers the demand shall -taa taken as the total wattage of sll lamps connected including vacant sockets which shall be rated at 60 watts each excepting, however, all lights or sockets In closets, basements or attics not used for commercial purposes. For Installation of IKW dr more, the demand may be determined by test trom 'time to time. Delayed Payment Penalty—For nonpayment of any Mil within lt days altar tt 1s dated, 1-2 cent per kwtt. • . Minimum Bill—Tbe minimum net bill rendered under thla schedule shall be tO cents. The small consumer, company officials declare, will receive a reduction and. 200 customers who now get minimum bills of $1 will hava their light bills cut fifty percent to to centa a month. Tbs new rates sre effective Immediately, tn addition the Stata Public Utilities Commission has retained Jurisdiction over tba Alliance rate case and at any time that prices of producing and operating electricity ara reduced, such aa cheaper coal, cheaper water or other items entering Into the coat of. the business a, cheaper rate wlll be ordered by the commission. *Ji. EXPECT ALLIANCE TROOPS TO COME BAGKTHIS^MONTH 37th Division May Land by End of February, Dispatch States. MAT BUS FOB PRESIDENT. CLOSELY FOLLOWS THE 83rd DIVISION 17,000 SOLDIERS WERE EED HERE Composer Leroux Dies. By Associated Press to Ths Rsvlew __rttr, Franca. Fab. I.—Announcement IsjW— b«n of the death of Xavter Lasirou—, tba composer. Xavter Hsnrl*_eroux mas ona of tba w_By-km>wn French comp antra whose wot—e have bean popular during tha last to years. Hs wrote tbs score of aeveral to compositions bad ta 1110 was tha direction of tbe French rate* the Manhattan Opera House Ukrainian Troops Are To Attack Rumania? Vssinlstat Press to Tha Review oi_Wm. England. Feb. t^-l'krainlan X*We preparing to attack Rou- which la said to bar* mobilized OS to sstst tba assault, aocord- Copanhagan advices ta tha —all NV VICTOR ANO EMER- -recordb ON -BALK TOOAV. it. music ea ■MMak $90.00. KET ARCADE. VERNON'8, MAR- MECHANIC A MAIN [TO&B. Brsken jewelry ts Red Cross Canteen Doing Splendid Work—Flowers Are Needed. Mrs. O. I*. King, commandant of the Alliance Red Cross canteen at tha Pennsylvania station, Monday submitted her report for the two weeks from January 16 to Sl. The report shows that 7,716 soldiers were fad by ths canteen during that Ums. As over 9,000 HUB were cared for during the first two weeks of January, ths total number Of troops fed during ths past month was ass i'l j 17,000. "The canteen ls really a Stark county canteen, iff**'**'1 ot just Alliance," Mrs. Kins said a man Informed her recently. Up to this time Alliance residents have given vsry generously to support ths canteen aad the money sad food contributed are being ussd economically and Intelligently by the womsa ln chares of ths work. Ths various twits serving food ars co-operating. Mra. King aald. In an admirable manner aad ths work hsd proceeded t_>soy|l/ aad efficient)?. Many of ths soldiers sad travslefs declare ths Allisnce canteen the best thsy hava Mas tar seen. Ths report for the past two weeks Is as follows:— Total number ot Midlers served, 7,- 718; coffeo distributed UO gallons; 643 dosaa sandwichsa; M0 magaslnee; 610 dosen cookies; lit doien dough nuts, 800 cigarettes; * 39 1-S pounds coffe, Md stamped poet, cards; seven telegrams sent; IS bushels fruit; 87 lunches served la room aad ISO letters and cards mailed. Tin total value of supplies furnlahed tree, estimated at retail price during IhM 1MB week period Is $1,0*4.71. Flowers at* needed tor wounded sol* dlsrs who stop here aboard army hospital trains and Mrs. King makes ths suggestion that during ths winter. If people would gtvs funeral flowers Instead ot sending them to tha cemetery where they Basse she said, lt would help solve tho problem of flowers, which are expensive during tOa winter aad which are so comforting ta tho wounded men: Oas woman whose husband waa bailed recently, sent all the flowers ta the Rod dust canteen. The canteen has sushtad for florists to care tor them until tha flowers ata needed. 'm 278 Casuals Arrive. By Associated Press to The Review New Tork. _f. T, Feb. t—Tbe I new lean steamship Samariada arrived base today Bern St. Na-Ure wtth tT t troops, all casuals of varteaa branebaa af tha setnlta, They Include casual oompany No. 188, Oeorgla.aaS, 'TBS MIFF TREE." A HUMOROUS LECTURE OIVCN BY REV. GEO. W., LAWRENCE AT THE FIRST. BAPTIST CHUMM, CORNER MARKET ANO FREEDOM, WEDNE80AY, FEBRUARY 8, 8:00 O'CLOCK. ADMMSION CHILDREN *MhLsfk; BIG SOAP PLANT DAMAGED DY FIRE Exploding Chemicals Menace Colgate Factory—Or- - phans Were In Danger. By Assoeiatsd Preaa to The Re vie*/ Jersey Cltr, K. J. Feb. 8.—ChemI cats exploding ta tho laboratory ot tho soap manufacturing plant ot Colgate aad Co., thla morning started a flre which spread to batftamlni buildings aad lHaJlaHiiil tho destruction ot ths satire plant Continuing explosions la ths laboratory mads the flre 'difficult to fight. Ambulances were called whea It was reported that there had beea a number of victims ot ths explosion. Employes ln other buildings ot ths plant numbering about M00 marched oat in safety. An orphan sslyum nearby also, wss threatened trom the flre. » The 'Colgate plant occupies aa satire btock. 37th Troops Reached French Embarkation Center New Year's Day. Company K, 146th Regiment ot Al- llance, attached to the 37th Division msy be home by tbe end of Februsry probably before that time. The following Associated Press dispatch from New-Yolk-City to The Review Mondsy afternoon tells the story upon which this statement Is based: The 17th (Ohio National Guard) division is closely following the 83rd (Ohio) division returning home for demobilisation, according to Otto Mis- chka, regimental sergeaat* major, headquarters ot ths 829th Infantry, former newspaper man ot Elyrla Ohio, who arrived ln New York Saturday. The 87th division composed of companies recruited In Cleveland'aad other Ohio cities, pulled into ths American embarkation center at Lemads on January 1, the date the 83rd division boarded trains tor Brest, Mtschks said. Tha 37th was held more Intact than any other Ohio units sent overseas. Jast before tho eighty third dlvl sion embarked it was heard from semi official circles that ths 37th division was preparing to entrain for a ses port Tho 83rd division spent twenty days st Brest aad lt la believed that the 37th will make bettor time In passing through that sea port It ls gen orally believed that the 37th Will hava landed IB the states before the end of the moat—. no 88rd oa quitting Lemans left behind 900 men many of them Ohio- ana to fill up the 87th division. Flushed with victory in obtaining tha ratification of the federal prohibition amendment and with a nation-wide organization of proved effectiveness, the Anti-Saloon League of America la now reaching out for the Preaideney of the United States. Control of ths next Republican National Convention aad ths nomination of Representative Simeon D. Fess, of Yellow Springs, Ohio, waa said by those who have knowledge of the schemes of the inner council to be the method by which leaders of the Anti-Saloon League hopes to gain thla goal. 1 5U.K WORKERS LOCKED OUT , s* Employes Strive Per Shorter Boars— SsveW- thtmtna* Are Has, By Assoeiatsd Preee to The Review Pateraon, tt. J., Feb. 8. Several thousand silk workers Bare locked out of tbelr pISnss of employment wben tbey smsM this mon-ns at 7:90 o'clock, a half hour, later than their usual time of reporting tor duty. The employes. In ref)i_—g to enter the shops sat o'clock thus began theli* fight, for a 47-hour week In accordanoe with a Crompromlae **—fsr-by Um men to the manufacturers last week las manufacturers refused to agree to this offer. SOttaa an tbs auk shop, close thirty thousand persons would be thrown out of work. 40th DIvMon Coming Soon. By Assoclsted Press to The Review Washington, D. C. Feb. 3—Most of tho fortieth division including practically all of the infantry units has been assigned to early tMhrlgj homo, Om war department announced today. In the division cars, California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Arisona and New Mexico national guardsmen. Tha units oi tho 40th assigned are the 157, 188, 1M aad 180th Infantry regiments. 79th sad 80th Infantry brig- ads headquarters, 143rd, 144 th, 146 th machine gun battalions, 116th train headquarters snd supply train an _ am- mtmttlon train ' (animal drawn section), 40th division military police company, headquarters troop and divisional headquarter-, postal detachment mobile Held laboratory, 160th Held hospital and 160th ambulance company. Other units announced as having been assigned to early convoy Include the 382nd aad 3S4th field artillery regi- meats complete, 336th machine gun battalion, 50th regiment coast artillery, 03rd aad 103rd aero squadrons, 103rd trench mortar battery, advance school detachments 10th field artillery brigade. EIGHT 0. S. SOLDIERS WRECK By ssseslaleil Press te Ths Review Troyss, Francs, Fsb. *fc—light United States osldlsrs wore killed aad M lajarod when a troop train mSOPMSOk Smirt-aB gaJmatn team. Chaumont to Brest ooliided with a taa Oerman looomotlvso standing ia tho station at Mentleramey, near ahera. The men were on their way ts Brest to taks ships for tha. United States. Ths deed and Injured mora taken to Bar- •ur-Aube. QUARTET'S ARREST ■ f ■ ■ Four Men Fined—First Taken hy Police as "Dip" Suspects. ■EOnMBRi With l-satssd Kxteaalea Tessd Bewa, Bat Usee Win Ba Chaaged. An adjourned hearing tar the Btark county asasmlseio-srs waa held at Canton this morning on tbs question of the annexation of halt a mfle of territory meat of ths present corporation bounds of .tbs city. The question bad been before the "board previously but no definite actkm bad beea ——sn. This mor-lna tbs matter was decided, by a vote of ths board which waa one for annexation aad two voted "no."* Commls- s_sa_r BM well voted "yes** and Commla- sleoers Booth and Crawl voted "no." Aa exprecstoa from ths two commissioners who voted "ne.** ta rrcffbenrtttoa _f t__r votes was to tbs effect that tbep are of lea too much farm territory Is ta tbe proposed territory to he but that If aa sminlit pstt- Uob be filed ta wtach new OnmsOm sab- ******* 0mr _2? esaaty. . hhxartan-m mm apptssal at Om ___9_______t*wrtt_i *m_b_*ps*m~ SOn: RECORDS ON SAUt* TOOAY. tMTMNM. SMHMC CO. TMa^ URGES UNIVERSAL TAX Tl W NMHTS COST By-Associated Press to Ths Review Faria. France, Sunday, Feb. t.—A unl- vsrssl tax, the prooseds of which would be put Into a common fund along with tbe r Indemnities Oermany ahould be msde to pay, la proposed by Senor Cres- w__tt the Italian delegation to the pesos conference, ta tbs ' proposition bs baa mads teethe establishment of a single "financial front" tar ths dfflss The tax mould furnish Interest on that portion of the debts ef tbs Allies which Oermany had not paid and pros Ida a staking fund for ultimately cancelling the debts. } Senor Creept, who ssM his proposal fSr. a single Allied financial front bad been wall laesltod By allied ministers. declared that hia great poiat was that ths central empires, ss a whole, must bs forced to Tismpiimsln ths I IBM,'O0' Uie war .demantfa they nave suffered. Besponsnumy waa eellerllve. he said, aad all tba enemy • staSSs would Saba to pay ta proportion to their asslth. "On tta otber hand sB the AB-e have suffered immsnss losses aad they •Ba.aB bsasOt flrma Sm indemnities which the enemy la to pay." _.___mm.t»m roaweaic ROL1.KR MOrVTINO MOMOAY. TUCS- DAV AND SATURDAY EVENINGS. AM|0 waOMSaSAY AMO TtATtlR- DAY Af-TtliNDON FROM 2 TO 4 OV4.0CK. OOOD MUBIC. AU. WISHING TO LEARN COMEAfyT.ER- NOON. GOOD INSTRUCTOR. LOU KUNTZMAN, MOR^-SEBRIffa, OMia Upon ths statutory charge of being suspicious persons, four men were before Judge Moore, ta Municipal court, Monday shortly before noon, and at the nlmi of the hearing all were fined. Thomss Bolden stood trial but waa convicted aad fined fifty dollars and coats, U B. Urbanaky entered a plea of guilty following Holden's trial, waa fined fifty and coats. The other two, Abe Belman and William Barnbtt, pleaded guilty and each was fined twenty-five dollars and costs. Holden, Belman and Urkansky were arrested, Saturday night by Lieut. P. F. Palmer, Ottlcer Roy Weir and W. Is. Fisher, at tha Pastas Lines depot after the men are alleged to have attempted to pick the pockets ot persons boarding passenger train No. 116. They arrived in the city oa the Alliance, Nlles and Ashtabula train perhaps a half hoar before No. 116 arrived aad claimed that they were going to Toledo. Harnett was arrested by City' Officer Jos Carter shortly after ths arrest of the trio at the depot. Lieutenant Palmer was tbe first witness to testify when Holden's case was for hearing, the former testifying aa to knowing Holden as a pickpocket. He had seen bis picture several times and also said that upon one occasion that tbe accused had admitted that he was a "dip" and also told since his arrest that he was under indictment at Bowling Qreen and the hearing scheduled for today. Be claimed that he waa upon a train on which another gang of pickpockets had worked and that he had been arrested although he had not "worked" on the train. Lieutenant Palmer stated to the court that Holden following his arrest had offered $50 to bS allowed to go. W. L. Fisher aald he had been watching the gang and saw Holden put hta hands under the coat of a foreigner as the latter waa boarding No. 118 Saturday night. He, Fisher, had then grabbed Holden and placed him under arrest. "Oraat A. Ogline, former superintendent of the Baltimore A Ohio railroad Mice, said be bad known Holden for twelve or fifteen years and that the in riieert had the reputation of being a professional crook and pickpocket. Offloer Weir said he saw ths man Saturday night ta ths sat of "crowding" at the depot. < The accused was defended by Attorney Bart D. Balr, who msde the plea tba* the testimony had not shown the man ta bs guilty as charged In the affidavit Judge Moore, however, considered the evidence sufficient and found Holden guilty and aaseased a fifty dol- iat _fl-S sad i natal Mr ysrr—' te- rtaid committed to tbs Stark county workhouse until tbe fine is paid. Whan questioned! as thsy entered pleas, tba other three men declared that they were not working la a "mob" with each otber although they admitted being acquainted. Tha atty aad railroad officers have been watching closely tar a fang of pickpockets and aeveral of the four ar- reated Saturday night have been seen here at times. Following tho hearings ta court photographs of ths four men were taken by A. J. Totten. a leoal photographer, and theaa will be furnlahed to the police departments ta surrounding cltlea. It ia said tha quartet will arrange to pay tbelr fines. WC15JUIL Attacks Salem Msn Who Is Badly M-lssd by tho Animal. Salem. O., lab. S.—Leon Whlnnery living near Salem upon a farm had a narrow escape. trom death when attacked hy A vicious Jersey bull. Mr. Whlnnery mat lifted high In atr aad fell apon his head. Ba aaa' Immed- tetely the victim ot another attack sad this Ums Mr. Whlnnery succeed ad la grasping tha ring ta the aaaa nt tha ball and gained tha master? over him. Mr. Whlnnery waa severely, bruised about the bead aad should ETO ARMAMENTS; SUBS BE Agreement Said to Have Been Reached by Allied Delegates. SENTIMENT AGAINST USE OF SUBMARINES Hope to Save Money to Help Pay Interest on War Debt. By Associated Press to The Revl.w London, England, Feb. I.—The abolition of sumbarlnes as war ships may be decided upon by the League of Nations committee during the coming week, according to ths Paris correspondent of the Mall. It ls said this waa ons of the several understandings which were reached during the conference on Friday between Prealdent Wilson and Colonel House, Oeneral Smuts and Lord Robert Cecil and will be probably proposed among the first planks of tha platform at the sessions thia week, during which it Is hoped the league's constitution may be definitely formed. British snd American delegates representing the biggest naval powers are ssM to have sounded all naval opinion ob this point. It was suggested by some that ths submarines might be used, defensively between the three mile limit of territorial waters but the overwhelming sentiment waa that the U-boat must be abolished outright. "After scrapping the submarine," the correspondent says, "lt ls understood that recommendation will bs mads that the economlo weapon take the place of all other weapons in future wars. Regarding disarmament the league will endeavor to work out a scheme by which tba armaments of all nations will be gradually curtailed to a point decided upon sa being necessary for defense. The league will try to arrange this early enough to insure that the financial savings thus gained will pay the Intereat on the world's war debt." DIRECTOR HINTS SITS HE OPPOSES U. S. OWNERSHIP DOT HINTS 5-YEAR PUN Mr. McAdoo's Successor Thinks Government Should Keep Roads For Five Years to Work Out Plan fot; Organization of a Few Big Railroad Companies Subject to Close Government Supervision—Says Five* Year Plan Will Remove the Necessity for Undue Haste ia Solving Railroad Problem. ASSEMBLY TO TIKE UP ' LOST—POCKETBOOK CONTAIN- I NO DIAMOND LAVALLIERE. NAME CARD WITH STREET ADDRESS ON AND TWO RECEIPTS TO MRS. JNO. PAUSER, SATURDAY AT 4 A. HALL,'CORNER LINDEN ANO PRO- •PECT. FINDER PLEASE RETURN TO OWNER AT 21S WEST ELY ANO RECEIVE REWARD-. .'O. S. BELL 43BW. jJ-T WANTED —TWO TEAMSTERS ALUANCE SANITARY MILK CO. ' By Associated Press to The Review • Columbus, O. Feb. 3.—Seventeen House bill- and three resolutions were oo lns_jj"a House calendar for action, having been reported oat by' oommit- teee when members of the legislature returned tor the opening of the fourth week of tbs session today. The only bill on the Senate calendar for passage today is ths Christian Science bill, action oa which will be postponed until after a public hearing on the measure Wednesday night ta the hall ot the House ot Representatlvea. Both branches ot the general asaem- Kr will meet at 6 o'clock Monday evening. The joint temperance committee of the two hcuses was to resume hearings on tbe prohibition bills this afternoon with representatlvea of the wholesale grocers association before the committee to protest against ths provision which ls said Would prevent grocers from handling flavoring extracts. State Auditor A. V. Donahey was to appear before tbe special taxation committee Monday evening to give the committee figures on losses ta revenues to stats funds because of abolition of liquor taxes sad to suggest remedial legislation. Donahey has proposed among other things, a direct Inheritance tax as a means of raising revenues to meet the impending deficit of more than $6,000,000 due to loss ln saloon license revenues. Representatives of Ohio municipalities here today were preparing to go before the taxation committee Tuesday evening with a progress for relief of cities which contemplate tha Issuance of short term bonds by suthority of common pleas courts to meet the present emergency. Amendment of the Smith law ao aa ta remove sinking fund and Interest charges from the preeent ten mill levy, will alao be suggested. Canton, O., Feb. 8.—(Special)—William Bryson colored, was flnsd $100 and costs and sentenced to 90 days ln ths workhouse by Police Judge Bowmen Monday morning in police ooart. Bryson was arrested on the charge ot assault gad battery Saturday night when be attempted to choke add hold up Stave Noreau in the rear of a saloon on Chery avenue/ NB. Acoordlng tp Korean, bo wss going out the resr door ot the saloon and wis followed by Bryson who ran up behind btat aad choked him in aa effort to hold ap tha former. In sentencing Bryson Police Judge Bowman stated that be was using him aa aa example to the other thugs in tho city who are attempting ta live by holdup methods. By Assoeiatsd Press to Ths Rsvlew Washington, D. C. Feb. I.—Director Oeneral Hlnes, testifying today before the Senate Interstate Commerce Committee for the first time since his appointment aa railroad head, declared he did not believe in government ownership but In organisation of a few big railway companies subject to close government supervision. "I do not believe there Is anything substantial In the argument that a five- year extension of government operation would necessarily mean government ownership," Mr. Hlnea said. "I do not personally believe ln government ownership, I believe tbere can be a form of radically reconstructed private ownership with such close government supervision, including government representation on the boards of directors, ss will give the public and labor all the benefit— of government ownership and at the same time will preserve the benefits of private and self-interested Initiative and will avoid the political difficulties which perhaps are Inseparable from government ownership. ' "I believe all the objects which X think must be achieved In order to obtain a permanent solution can be accomplished through the creation of a comparatively few railroad companlea whleh will have capitalisation equal only to the real value of the property and which will have a moderate guaranteed return with the right to purchase moderately ln any additional profit- To permit development of a comprehensive and permanent solution. Mr. Hlnes renewed McAdoo's recommendation for a five-year extension of gov ernment control and explained that tf thla was not done, he believed lt best for Interests concerned to relinquish government control without waiting for expiration of the 21-month period provided by existing law. Discussing the reasons for taking more time for considering legislation, he said: "A very atrong feeling prevails that this question ls being pushed now by the railroad executives because they feel that their going Is particularly good and that they had better make private management hay while the anti-government ownership situation contlnuea to shins. I do not believe a solution In this spirit is going to satisfy the public. So far as physical operations are concerned, said the director general, there la now no emergency which calla on the government to continue control ot the railroads. He explained that the methods adopted by the railroad administration during the war now are open to reconsideration In light of peace conditions, adding that this had been Mr. McAdoo's attitude. Mr. Hlnes proposed the following arguments for a five- year extension: "It will give advocates of government ownership full opportunity to preaa their views without being influenced by tha temporary reasons against government control; "It wlll remove the necessity for undue haste ln solving such a big program as the future of the railroads; "It will stabilise employment and wage conditions, permit prosecution Of a big program of Importance and extensions, help to take up the slack In employment and materials during the critical period of readjustment." Yeggs Blow Two Safes; • Steal Liberty Bonds By Assoelated Press to The Review _ Cleveland. O., Feb. I.—-Two safes ta ths plant ot the Pennsylvania Rubber aad Supply company ln the dowa town sactloa ^ere ripped open by cracksmen earlfc. thla .aarnlng, wbo escaped with U.M- la Liberty bonds. 2j0QO TROOPg HOME. By Assoelated Frees to The Review Newport News, Va. Fob. ly—Twa thousand troops, iaeludlng 6M sick aa4 wounded ware landed here today from tho transport Susquehanna, which sailed from SL Nazalro January IT. Casual companies aboard ware Ohio aad New Tork two each; Pennsylvania, Illinois, Idaho, Missouri aad Georgia aaa sash _~»H .j JlMMnrM __£B»ya-. "&¥$* por ORAOE WORK. CNAS. S. BIERY. O.S.S745. ££.; Si** Bsaaaaisra as gisssss. IEUR0PUN STRIKES STILLJPDING London Tube Train Workeri Out—Swedish Railroaders Quit By Assoeiatsd Press to Ths Bsvlew London, England, Feb. t.—The strike fever whleh has become epidemic ln the United Kingdom spread to London today and the preaent week promises to be a critical one for the metropolis. There have been few strikes in the city during this last few weeks such as the strike of the Thames aids ship repairers and that of the barbera but tha seriousness of the situation waa not brought directly home to Londoners until this morning when thsy found ths entrances to ths principal tube stations closed to them owing to the midnight discussion of the employees not te move trains today unless a half hour luncheon Interval were allowed them In their new sight-hour dsy. Railway Strike is Sweden. By Assoelated Press to The Review Copenhagen, Denmark, Feb. t.—A serious railway strike haa broken oat ln Sweden. Workmen last night stopped work on nineteen different lines. &O.0M Arsenal Ken Idle. By Associated Press to The Review Berlin, Oermany. Saturday. Feb, I — Tbe state arsenal at Spandau, employing fifty thousand laborers haa been closed because of ths coal strike. The official Information bureau here has given notice OSS coal supplies for the munK-pai electric works -ars almost exhausted aad that a,further sharp reduction In electrlo current Is nascessary. Street cars will bo affected by the shortage. ISH-CZHB HLHE? By Aaaoclated Prsas to Tbe Review Paris, Stance, Feb. ».—Dowager Empress Marie Feedorovna, of Russia, haa clung so firmly to her belief that her eons, ths former Russian Emperor and Orand Duke Michael are not dead, that many of her friends hava been won over to that view and rumors la tha European press concerning Nicholas Romanofrs alleged whereabouts are attracting much atsntioo. Tho aged empress resolutely refused to leave Russia until aha learns positively of the late of ber sons. She continues to live simply at Yalta, Crimea, declining Invitation to visit ths King and Queen of Rumania, and even her sister ot Greet Brltian. POLES' AND CZECHS' COAL CASS tS MAKINO TIME. By Associated Press te The Iteview Paris. Fraaee, Feb. L—The Allied commission which leaves tar Poland next Saturday to sdjuat controversies between Ota Petes sad Cs-cho-Slovaks over the Teechen coal fields hia been able ta arrange a trace betwsen the two nationalities oaly pending tba arrival of tho eassmissloa aad psrsonai examination by lt of tho situation there. .■■I-H'M"1-H'I'*H"I"I"H"M- SICKNE8S TO RELIEVE 80LDIER FROM SERVICE. JL Stockholdenf Meeting. Tha aaaaal meetlag of ttm stoeh- holds of tho Canton Stool Foundry Compsajr wfll ha halt ia tha offloe of tha OS-spiny at Caatoa. Ohio, Tuesday. Fsbrusry llth, ltlt, at lt.tt a. m. tor tho stsetiaa af dt- rsstors aad other business. W. H. RAMSEY, Sse*y. Washington, D. C, Feb. 8.— • • A (By A. P.)—Oeneral Pershing *fs .. has been authorised by the War • • Department to send home for A s s Immediate discharge from the . • • • army any drafted or enlisted •#• • • men who presents convincing • • evidence of sickness or other 4* •J. distress In his family. Ths department announced to- A A day that men may make their • • • • own requests for discharge, or • • «!• the request msy be made direct • • to Oeneral Pershing by letter or • • A cable by a member of the sol* • > • • dlsr's family or other interested • • • • and responsible persons, aceom- • • • • psnied by sufficient testimony • • • • that sickness or other distress . • • • exists. Oeneral Pershing also • • • • has been authorized to discharge . • i * la Europe ln their own applies- • • . • tlon men who have good, reasons • • •. for leaving tho army aad who • • • • waive any claim for sea trsvel • • • • allowances from Europe to the • • • • United States. Men so dis- • • • • charged wtll be paid trsvsl al- • • • • lowsnces from their station in . • •I* Kurope to the port of embark- • > ation and from Hoboken, N. J., • • •!• to tho place of enlistment or la- • • • • ductlon Into the service. • • • • Thoss lnstrucUons spply to sn- • • < • listed or drafted men wbo enter- • • a • od the service after April 1,1917. •. , • Men who entered the service be- • • • > fore thst date may be furloughed • • •J. to the United States wben siok- ■ ■ ness or distress ln tho soldier's • • family Is clearly Indicated. • • Ja> 'It must be understood," says • > • • the depart-Seata. aittouQeftment, -- . • . "that discbarges or furloughs of • • • • this kind wlll be given oaly in • • . • exceptional cases." Requests • • . . for discharge must clesrly show • • •. that ths sickness Is of such a • • , • critical nature as will require • • • , tha soldlsr"s Immediate presence • > • • or that distress la a man's fam- • • • • Hy ls such as cannot be relievsd • • . . by allotments of money made un- , • • • der the war risk Insurance act. • ■ .H.l"l"l i I I >"M"1"M'H 1 I if. FEAR MOB VIOLENCE Authorities Hide Toaag Negro Aeessed Ot Attacklag White Wesua. By Associated Press to Tbe Review. Marlon, O., Feb. I.—The whereabouts of O. W. Werner, M years old, colored, wore being concealed by authorities of Marion and Marrow counties today following threats of mob violence against Warner after he had been arrested for attacking Mrs. Mayme Christian of Marlon, late Sunday afternoon. A crowd ot about (00 visited tha Marion county Jail shortly after midnight thla morning and demanded that Warner ha turned ever to them. Altar the sheriff had permitted a committee from tbe crowd te go through tbe jail, to make sure that he waa aot there, aeveral men from the crowd wont to ML Ollsed. where Warner bad been taken. Be also wss removed from the Morrow county Jail Mayer Banter of Marlon uideiad all Joons closed today aa precaution aa-li-atJtpHiSa. trouble. POR SALE—ONE 1t17 DO DOE TOURINO; ONE 1B17 REO TOURINQ SEDANET. CENTRAL MOTOR CAR CO. FEBRUARY VICTOR AND EMER. SON RECORDS ON SALE TODAY* NATIONAL MUSIC OO. _______________-__i_ ^m-aia____mfe^ a. __i_____(*-_S-_
|Title||The Alliance review and leader. (Alliance, Ohio), 1919-02-03|
|Place||Alliance (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||February 3, 1919|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
|Submitting Institution||Rodman Public Library|
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to buy them than ever before.
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THE ALLIANCE KEVIEW N
Rain and warmer tonight; Tuesday
rain me anew and eelder. Barometer
ttldO; temperature 47 at"1O:0O a. m.;
VOL. XXXL, NO. 153-
ALLIANCE, OHIO. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, «919.
TWO CENTS—DELIVERED 12c A WEEK.
lil; CAPITAL OF
Fart of General Petlnra's
Troops Go Over to
MEET /HE ENEMY
Cheaper Electric Light for
I Small Consumers Assured
Alliance Gas & Power Company Submits New Rate
Which Commission Approves of IO1/, Cents for
First 40 Hours and 5*/_ Cents for Subsequent Service—Optional Rate Also Offered—New Rates Become Effective Immediately.
undreds of People, Fleeing
Reds, Freeze to Death on
■ty*. Assoc-_tsd Press to Ths Review
.Warsaw, Poland, Friday, Jan. 21.—
Kiev haa been taken by tba Bolshevist
troops, Ueneral l'atlure's troops pdrtlal-
ly going over to the enemy.
•flio Ukraine government haa been
moved from Kiev te Wlnnitxa to the
southwest. Hallway communloatton with
BUT "T Sttt off at Kovel, where there
la a body of Uermans who axe retiring
The Cieoho-Slovaks are bitterly denounced here because or* recent events
tn tha Duchy of Teechen, Lieutenant
Reginald Foster of the American army
representing UM peace commission Is
Caeeha to attack the Poles. Dr. Maa-
aryfc, president ot Czecho-Slovak, If tbe
Allies had given permission for the
Csecho to attack tha Poles. Dl*. Mas-
aryk la aald to have replied ln the negative but Is reported to have added that
tba territory ls necessary for the development of Csecho-Slovakla.
ULIs rumored that the Czecho-Slovaks
planned to get control of Polish oil
lands ln Central Uallcla and lt la alleged that tbey have already made a
bargain with thla object ln view with
taa Ruthenian* .
Dr. Btanlalaus Orabsky, a member or
tha Parts oouncll hare, declared to tha
Ass oris ted Press recently that Dr. Mas-
aryk told him long ago that there was
saver a possibility of trouble between
tbe C__chs and Poles. Dr. Urabsky stated that bis sister, lira. Sophia Kledram,
an author and a member ot the Tes-
chen oornmlttee, was arrested at her
"IS at Dombrawo and her young son
.killed by tbs Csecha. He said that
other boys were shot by Cxechs for
Th* cold wave here has resulted ln tbe
deaths of hundreds, especially babies
wbo ware frown to death while being
transported on railway trains. (This
probably refers to refugees fleeing to
Warsaw to escape from the advancing
aph lines and railways ln the
Jgt Vienna were cat by the
C-ajnTin n*—-'— last Thursday.
^'Associated Press to The Review
' Archangel. Russia, Sunday, Feb. I—-
Bolshevik patrols wars in touch with
American patrols today about IS miles
aouth' of Sredmakrenga.
Wltb lba exception of wide-spread patrol activity and heavy shelling on the
Volongda railway Una, there waa comparatively quiet yesterday on all sectors.
■levea Alliance Members Attend Conference la Columbus.
By Assoelated Preaa to The Keview
. Columbua, O.. Feb. S.—Mora than L-
Ohlo Dotarlena met hers today to
tbelr annual two-day conference,
aty-two cities ara represented. Con-
were held during the morning
ad afternoon. An informal reception
_td dance will be given tonight.
Among speakers today were Dr. E. O.
feilti, of Cincinnati, Prealdent of the
lo .Stats Medical Association; Horace
a. Williamson, poet-humorist of Clnolnnatl, and Walter J. Sears, of Chilli-
oothe, president ot the National Can-
asrtf Association. -^
Charlea H. Brown, Columbua, ts dia-
trtot governor aad Harry Schwarts. Columbus. Is secretary ot tha tilt con-
Cheaper electrlo light far the small
consumer of currant ln the home and
a fairer and mora just way of determining rales for the larger consumer,
are assured Alliance residences by a
new schedule of electric light rates
which have just been approved by the
Stats Public Utilities Commission.
Under the terms of the decision of
tbs • commission announced several
montha ago 111 14 cents wss fixed aa
the rata lor current for domeatlc consumption. No mention was made of a
secondary rate for all over (9 or 40
houra' uae of tbe current. The Alliance
Oa. and Power company Immediately
began considering, on ita own initiative
and beci/.-e of a sense of fairness, a
General Manager Harold O, Bonner
returned home Monday from Columbua
with tha rates approved by ths Utilities
Commission. The rates which Mr. Bonner submitted to tha commission were
approved Two rates will obtain, tbs
straight rate of 10 1-2 and 6 1-S oents
and an optional rate wtll also bs offend the consumer. The optional rate
la as follows:
Optlosal Mea «I sets to Serve Lighting
itW- erection <
n members of the local Rotar-
In attendance. This number
Mr. and Mra H. B. Ha-sard,
H. Swift, Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Caas-
; Mr. and Mra. C 8. Hoover. Mr.
Mra Ua_l> Koach. Frank Baugh-
Charles McConnell. O. E. Allott
|f_t Stockon. Mr. and Mra A. A. Mil-
mo and Ftaah Jones.